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Zonian
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MARILYN
FLOOD ..... EDITOR IN CHIEF
BOBBIE JEAN
HAYS ..... CO-ASSISTANT EDITOR
CHARLENE
MORENCY..CO-ASSISTANT EDITOR
MARY
ESSLINGER ....BUSINESS MANAGER
YOLANDA CANAVAGGIO ......STAFF
LINDA DIAMOND ................STAFF
SANDRA KRAPF ................... TAFF
SHERRY SOUTH ................STAFF
MARY TURNER ....................STAFF
NANCY TURNER ..................STAFF
ROY SIMPSON,
DELANO STEWART,
KENNY KLINE ..PHOTOGRAPHERS


















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THE GREAT TRANSITION ... not
as risky perhaps as many, but realiz-
ing a far greater profit. Where else
could %e have gained the YEAR so
full of liiing-with its happinesses,
its sorrows, its joys. its doldrums, its
conquests, its perplexities, and even
its tragedies? Never again will the
same feet tramp the same halls, the
same teachers lecture the same stu-
dents, the same artiities cause the
same flurries of excited anticipation.
This yearbook has tried to recapture
glimpses of our YEAR through photo-
graphs and words, although no
amount of ink or Kodachrome or
photo fixer could fully portray the
profound meaning and effects of our
YEAR ...
For your warm human ap-
proachability
For the traditions which you
have held through the years
For the high standards you have
iniated and kept sacred
We dedicate this hook to you. the
students, in the hope that as you read
these pages you will recall that pre-
cious segment of your lives spent in
Balboa High School.






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Athletics .............. Page 77


Royalty ............. Page 107



Freshmen ............ Page 127


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It would be only proper to begin
with the grounds on which this

GREAT TRANSITION was accom-

plished. This is our CAMPUS . .
where the memories of succeeding

classes are recorded in well-trodden

hallways and penciled desks.

Seasons change. Rain and sun
alike have fallen on our CAMPUS-

but one thing remains consistent-

our pride and love for this, our ever-

changing CAMPUS.


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A YEAR of faculty, of . ADMIN-
ISTRATORS and TEACHERS . The
adult leaders who spend long hours
making Balboa what a school should be
-a smoothly-functioning institution of
learning. The ADMINISTRATORS have
complete charge of Balboa's activities.
They form its policies, its rules, carry-
ing out orders from the school board,
and they counsel the troubled and
trouble-makers. The TEACHERS take
tasteless texts and teaching materials,
converting them into palatable learn-
ing for the fickle appetite of youth.


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DAVID A. SPEIR, JR.
A.B., WILLIAM AND MARY;
M.ED., UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA


The school year 1961-1962 will always be one
we can look back on with a feeling of pride and ac-
complishment. It is fitting that this Zonian is dedi-
cated to the student body of Balboa High School,
for to them is due much of the crdeit for the success-
ful year.
DAVID A. SPEIR, JR.


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MARIE C. WEIR, M.A., COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY; B.S., UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA


Lr/rw CouncilorS


DONNA M. STUEBE, B.S. AND M.A., INDIANA STATE COLLEGE


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MELINDA M. BEMBENEK


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(transferred second semester)


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Woodworking
Kansas State Teachers College
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Spanish
Woman's College of University
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Mr. Bonasick
General Science
West Virginia University,
Harvard, Yale, CCNY,
Ridge Institute
B.S., M.A.


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Elementary Typing
Montana State University, Uni-
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B.S., M.S.


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English
Trinity College,
University of Massachusetts
B.A., M.A.


Mrs. Ruby McCullough Bissett
Spanish, English
Howard College, Mexico City
College, National University of
Mexico, U. of Cal.
A.B., M.R.E.


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Mr. J. Breen
Bond, Orchestra, Chorus,
Glee Club
Strayer, Salem, West Virginia
University, American University
B.S., M.A.


Mr. Frederick S. Brown
English, Journalism
University of Washington,
University of New Mexico
B.A., M.A.


Miss Mary S. Brigham
English II, English II AA
Battle Creek College,
Columbia University
B.A., M.A.


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Early World History
University of Michigan,
Northern Michigan College
M.A., B.S.


Mr. George W. Case
General Math, Algebra,
Drivers' Training
Northern Idaho College of Ed-
ucation, University of Oregon
B.A., M.Ed.


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English


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Biology
Concord College, Marshall
University, U. of Virginia
A.B., M.A.


Mrs. Cutter
English
University of Texas
Bachelor of Journalism,
Master of Journalism


Mrs. DeArmos
Spanish
Michigan State University
B.A., M.A.


Mr. De Geer
Modern World History
Colorado State College,
University of Texas
B.A., M.A.


Mr. Fischer
Chemistry
University of Wisconsin,
University of Chicago,
Columbia University
B.S., M.A.


Miss Ellis
English, Art
Syracuse University, Pratt Insti-
tute, UCLA, San Diego State
College, University of Arizona
B.F.A., M.S.


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Physics, Algebra II
Florida State University,
University of Colorado
B.A., M.B.S.


Mr. Gately
United States History,
American Institutions
Boston State College,
Boston University
B.S., M.A.


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Mrs. Shirley R. Haseldon
English, French
Wesleyan College,
JJniversity of Florida
A.B., M.A.


Mr. Edward W. Hatchett, Jr.
American Institutions
University of New Mexico,
Arizona State University
B.B.A., M.A.


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Biology
University of Kentucky
B.S.. M.A.


Mr. Lester D. Hummel
Mathematics
Duquesne University,
Stanford University,
College of Steubenville
A.B., A.M.


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Elementary Shorthand,
Advanced Shorthand,
Advanced Typing
Iowa State Teachers College,
NYU, University of Colorado,
Columbia University
B.S., M.A.


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Algebra
Colorado State College,
Minot State Teachers College,
Iowa State University
M.A., B.S.


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English
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U. S. History
Michigan State,
Moorhead State,
University of Iowa
M.A.


Mr. Musselman
Spanish, Speech-Drama
Eastern Illinois University,
University of Chicago,
U. of San Carlos, Guatemala
B.S., M.A.


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Algebra
U. of S. C.
B.S., M.Ed.


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Spanish
Marycrest College,
U. of Panama,
State University of Iowa
B.A., M.A.


Mrs. Perry
Latin, U. S. History
Evansville College,
Indiana University
B.A., M.S.


Mrs. Ryan
Algebra and Geometry
Idaho State College,
Stanford University
B.S., M.A.


Mr. Shirley
Plane Geometry
Texas Christian University,
West Texas State
B.A., M.Ed.


Mrs. Solitto
Spanish
Douglass College, Columbia,
Middlebury,
University of Havana


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Mr. Teeter
Early World History and
General Business
University of Arkansas
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Mrs. Van Evera
U. S. History, Spanish
Hamline University,
U. of Minnesota
B.A., M.A.


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English
University of Connecticut,
Stanford University
A.B., M.A.


Miss Whitman
English
Nebraska State Teachers' Col-
lege, A.B.; Northwestern Uni-
versity, M.A.; University of
London, University of Colorado


Mr. Wilde
Modern World History,
Early World History
Chico State College, University
of California, San Francisco
State, U. of Washington.
B.A., M.A.


Mr. Willingham
Chemistry
Auburn University, F.S.U.,
Knox College
B.S., M.S.


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Spanish
Augustana College, University of
South Dakota, Chico State College
B.A., M.A.


Mr. Williams
Algebra 9
University of Florida,
BSBA, M.Ed.


Mrs. La Fuente
Physical Education
Georgia State College for Women,
Tampa University,
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Military II


Sgt. Milton L. Bridges
Tactics and Administration NCO


Major Robert Ellis Whitelaw
ROTC
Harvard University
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Sgt. Ambrose J. Larson Sgt. Guhlin
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Drill Team
Aaker's Business College
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A YEAR of doing, of ... ACTIVITIES
- sometimes serious-minded, some-
times insanely foolish. Activities stud
the school year with sparkling mem-
ories. Fun and frolic filled the YEAR
with gayety, but serious moments, such
as the National Honor Society's induc-
tions, will be long remembered. Then,
there were club elections, SA elections
and doings-all the bustling business
of students learning to live with each
other.


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The speeches were over, the clutter cleared away, and Charles Cross and Alfred
action. Teaming up with their selected secretaries, Shirley Murphy and Marilyn Floyd,
and under the experienced guidance of their sponsor, Mr. Walter Mikulich, the
group set their goals for the betterment of the school year which has just passed.
This year has been a year full of additions ... a coke machine for the students . .
smartly designed decals .. a great upward swing in school spirit . greater student
participation in all activities . formation of a basic seriousness of purpose . and
most important of all-the feeling of a job well done.


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SENIORS:
STANDING, left to right: Bill
Hanna, Malcolm Wheeler,
Harry Van Loon, Tracy Tipton,
Larry Smith, Paul Flannery
SITTING Jeanne Halvosa,
Jeannine Hebert, Karen Kneib,
Melinda Glaes.


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STANDING, left to right: William Shep-
ord, Steve Diamond, Joe Bremer, William
Satterwhite, Joe Hunt. SITTING: Peggy
MacConnell, Constance Pustis, Jonnie
Sue Dyer, Marta York.


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FRESHMAN
REPRESENTATIVES:
BACK ROW, left to right:
Louis Stabler, Bob Russell,
George Linfors, Kathy Devine,
Larry Douglas, Nancy Chad-
wick, Richard Davidson, Jim
Tominelli, Jim Culet. FRONT
ROW: Margarita Milos, Mary
Lou Watkins, Sue Heimer, Sue
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SENIOR ALTERNATES:
BACK ROW, left to right:
Peggy Elich, Mike Cassaday,
Ellen Wilson. FRONT ROW:
Brenda Barnthouse, Nancy Tur-
ner, Georgeann Kimsey.
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ADDITIONAL
REPRESENTATIVES:
BACK ROW, left to right:
Ralph Frangioni, Richard Keig-
ley, Bill Mounts, Bill Coy.
FRONT ROW: Genell Hatten,
Willy Peterson, Yolanda
Izquierdo, Barbara Slotkin, Jean
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SOPHOMORE ALTERNATES:
BACK ROW, left to right: Den-
nis Deming, Tom Gangle,
Charles Belden. MIDDLE ROW:
Mary Howe, Ann Beera. FRONT
ROW: Carol Farbman.


JUNIOR ALTERNATES:
BACK ROW, left to right:
Andrea Torflinger, John Pater-
son, Ed Wilder, Bob Boatwright.
MIDDLE ROW: Barbara Dom-
browsky, Jane Tuckerman,
Carla Elich. FRONT ROW:
Melinda Mallahan, Jane
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FRESHMAN ALTERNATES:
BACK ROW, left to right:
Helen Moning, Virginia Flu-
mack, Nancy Barker, Jill
Beech. MIDDLE ROW: Cindy
Becker, Jane Sumner, Janis
George. FRONT ROW: Robert
Rupp, Danny Aleman, Ralph
Burda.


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ROTC COLOR GUARD
Left to right: Sergeant Rowe, Sergeant Godwin, Corporal Napier,
Private Mahoney
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Left to right: Sergeant Guhlin, Sergeant Golden,
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BATTALION STAFF, left to
right: Sergeant Major Brenes,
Staff Sergeant Warford, Cap-
tain Lavallee, Captain Murphy,
Captain McKenna, Major Bond,
Colonel Rybicki, Major Wheel-
er, Captain Smith, Lieutenant
Colonel Zent.


SPONSORS, left to right: Lieu-
tenant Turner, Lieutenant Kirk,
Captain Murphy, Lieutenant
Bacot, Lieutenant Floyd.


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Left to right: 1st. Lieutenant Tagaropulos, 1st. Lieutenant
Andino, 1st. Sergeant Parker, Ist. Lieutenant Turner, Captain
Reichart, Corporal Bowen, 1st. Lieutenant Major, 1st. Lieu-
tenant Collins.


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Left to right: Staff Sergeant David, 1st. Lieutenant Mallory,
Corporal Walker, 1st. Lieutenant Kirk, Captain Flannery,
1st. Lieutenant Bartlett, 1st. Lieutenant Voight, Master Ser-
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Left to right: 1st. Lieutenant Johnson, Guidon Michael, 1st.
Lieutenant Bruce, Captain Bacot, 1st. Lieutenant Freakly,
1st. Lieutenant Griffis, 1st. Sergeant Blystone.


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STANDING, left to right: Eugene Linfors, Charles Lavolle, Larry Smith, William Bleakley, Jim Johnson,
Antonio Scottino, Gilbert Freund. KNEELING: Milton Parsons, John Wise.


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PARRAKEET



This year there are eleven students on the
Parrakeet staff, seven seniors and four juniors.
The Parrakeeters learn how to write a headline,
write special articles such as features or inter-
views, cover meeting, note-taking tips, and other
valuable "tricks of the trade." All sources of in-
formation must be investigated. Each member con-
stantly searches for leads to a possible feature.
Journalism provides a glimpse into a fascinating
field of work as well as allowing the journalist
the opportunity to perform a service to his school.


Nancy Browne
Editor


Oneida Thompson
Assistant Editor


FIRST ROW, Left to Right: Janet Hine, Bruce Lovelody. SECOND ROW: Dave Cohen,
Debbie Beaver. THIRD ROW: Steve Diamond, Genell Hatten, Toni Fisher, Vicky
Valentino. BACK ROW: Ken Kline, Kevin Harold.


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Marilyn Floyd
Editor


Bobbie Jean Hays
Co-assistant Editor


Mary Esslinger
Business Manager


Charlene Morency
Co-assistant Editor


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ZONIAN STAFF, left to right: Lindo Diamond, Yolanda Canavoggio, Sandra
Krapf, Steve Diamond, Nancy Turner, Mary Turner, Sherry South.


Under the guidance of Mr. Brown, the sponsor, ten senior girls and one
sophomore boy arranged and planned the 1962 ZONIAN for Balboa High
School. With much hard work and effort, the staff has put together to the
best of their ability a ZONIAN of which they are very proud.








ZONIAN AD SELLERS, left to right: Sidney Ringsteod, Yolanda Canavaggio,
Beverly Phillips, Karen King, Mary Turner.


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FIRST ROW, left to right: Bobbie Hays, Mary Ridge, Bill Shepard, David Colclasure, Traci Tipton.
SECOND ROW: Florence Barbour, James Ebdon, Mary Beth Hack, Jane Wilson, John Wainio, Paul
Morgan, Mike Nunley. THIRD ROW: Jeffrey Hirschel, Courtney Wilder, Betty Jane McCullough,
Oayk Ficzeri, Regina Booker, Russell Watson, Arthur Paxton, Mike Cassaus, John Voucher. FOURTH
ROW: Gary Hutchison, Bob Merill, Kent Mapp.


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FIRST ROW, left to right: Melinda Mallahan, Larry Nessler, Terri Lockhart, Helen Manning, Sandra
Halliday. SECOND ROW: Sylvia Demers, Margie Miller, Larry Simpson, Mary Howe, Steve Smith,
Doug Feeney, Wendell Shepard. THIRD ROW: Sydney Townsend, Jay Hine, William Bleakley, Richard
Keigley. FOURTH ROW: Bob Lawyer, Gary Goff, Greg Rose, Jim Braden, Marie Calleja, Kirk Fenton,
James Culet, Fred Gaitan.







Under the direction of a new teacher, Mr. Breen, the band
provides an outlet for the musically inclined students of
Balboa High School. The students practice daily for their
many performances during the year, including the Christmas
and Spring Concerts, pep rallies, and football games.


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FIRST ROW, Left to Right: Al Osborne, Robert Farrell, John Cooper, Mary Jean Beeby, Vione Ruth
Browne. SECOND ROW: Vaughan Taylor, James Guibert, Charlotte Flinchbaugh, Bobbie Hayes, Larry
Simpson, Mary Howe, Richard Zirkman. THIRD ROW: Sarah Ann Wagner, Nancy Donaldson, Jerry
Worsham, Gary Anderson, Ralph Smith, Ronald Pearl.








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FIRST ROW, Left to Right: Betsy Mallory, Carol Bruland, Susan Diercks, George Linfors, Ruth Litvin.
SECOND ROW: Roul Torres, Paul Chisolm, Mike Bruce, Mike Mabry, Jack Garavanta. THIRD ROW:
Fred Gaitan, Franklin Brooks, Mary Lerchen, John Oster, Jane Sumner, Charles Blystone, Jo Unverferth.


A big hand can be given to the members of Mr.
Breen's orchestra. They serenade whomever wishes to
hear such long-hair pieces as Wagner's "Introduction
to Act 3" or such lively numbers as Scarmolin's "Minia-


ture Symphony in C". The orchestra's fine work can
be heard at such school functions as the National Honor
Society assemblies, Baccalaureate Services, Graduation
exercises, and the Christmas and Spring Concerts.


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SOPRANOS-FIRST ROW, Left to Right: Marsha Ecker, Drew Craighill, Annette
Rybicki, Linda Fussell. SECOND ROW: Unidentified, Paula Badonsky, Unidentified,
Kathie Lavallee. THIRD ROW: Janet Hine, Peggy Flynn, Sandy Thomas.


As the last few notes of "Martha" fall away to
nothing but echoes and the curtain falls before the
gaily dressed "peasants" of the Glee Club, the present
is gone and all the effort and hard work has become
the past. A love for music and a nack for working
together brought together the fifty odd members of
the Glee Club for a year of Thursday night rehearsals
and last minute flurries.


ALTOS-FIRST ROW, Left to Right: Mary Garcia, Mary Stallworth, Ruth Litvin,
Ann Winquist, Jane Schoewe. SECOND ROW: Julie Hamilton, Karen King, Sandy
Roth-Roffy, Judy Koncir, Mary Ridge. THIRD ROW: Sally Randel, Nan Olsen,
Lilly Griffin, Marilyn Floyd.


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TENORS AND BASSES-FIRST ROW, Left to Right: James Boy, Clayton Taul.
SECOND ROW: Richard Zirkman, William Shepard, Paul Searcy. THIRD ROW:
Fred Gaitan, Walter Crouch, Alfred Osborne.


For those members for whom it has been the last
year, they take with them not only the memories of
music and colorful programs, but the pleasant moments
of joking and laughter with Mr. Breen, their patient
and devoted director. At Baccalaureate services, the
closing strains of "Faust" mark the finale of a year
of music, devoted work, and harmonious friendships.










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Carol Bruland
Accompanist

Kaye Sergeant
Accompanist


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Tenors


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Yolanda Aguilar
Gina Albaugh
Nancy Barcelo
Bonnie Bishop
Patricia Bonnifield
Sonia Bowker
Patsy Bowling
Sharon Bowman
Dora Brandenburg
Dennis Brome
Carol Bruland
Manuel Buenafe
Johanna Carlson
Hazel Carnes
Charlayne Carson
Rosemary Chandler
Elmer Charbonneau
Drew Craighill
Sharon Cressy
Elizabeth Luisa Critch
Joan Crouch
Walter Crouch
Jody Davies
Angela Del Carmen
Dorothy Deming
Lee Diaz
Susi Diercks
Mike Dillon
Diane Downing
Star Dunning
Marsha Ecker
Jihane El Tabei
Chris Farlay
Ethel Faulkner
Paula Faulkner
Pearlene Jemmott
Maria Ferrufino


Stephanie Fuqua
Linda Fussell
Rebecca Fussell
Angela Ganser
Mary Garcia
Janis George
Maria Gonzalez
Lillie Griffin
Julie Hamilton
Genell Hatten
Rita Hendrix
Janet Hine
Anne Hoffman
Janie Holgerson
Robert Jack
Digma Jamison
Loretta Jemmott
Carol Kimsey
Georgann Kimsey
Nelly Kirmer
Ann Kitterman
Robert Knox
Judi Koncir
Kathy Lavallee
Eva Lawrence
Patricia Lawyer
Frances Lindh
Ruth Litvin
Melinda Mallahan
Betty McCullough
Lynette McGee
Alicia McMurry
Mariella Meggers
Karen Middleton
Carolyn Mounts
Kathie Nehring
Joanne Nitz


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Sheila Osborne
Anthony Palaisa
Elva Perez
Roque Perez
Ren Phillips
Bob Piper
Ada Rosania
Melinda Ruiz
Robert Russell
Karen Schmidt
Kaye Sergeant
Mary Ridge
Lyndall Sellens
Joan Silva
Sue Simpson
Joyce Smail
Bonnie Smith
Janet Smith
Rebecca Smith
Diane Sparks
Mary Stallworth
Linda Thomas
Sandy Thomas
Jaye Thompson
Paula Tysinger
Elizabeth Vecchione
Yolanda Velez
Ann Vallentine
Cheryl Walker
Leilani Walston
Pat Waters
Esther Watson
Susan Willenbrock
Ann Winquist
Betty Womble
Florence Barbour


Chorus Accompanists: Carol Bruland, Frances Lindh, Kaye Sergeant, Melinda Mallahan.
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Frances Lindh
Secretary-Treasurer


The Accordion Band, a group of accordionists ranging from fresh-
men to seniors, is directed by Professor Manfredi. For three years this
group has met on Monday nights to practice various pieces for different
occasions. This year the band entertained the patients of Gorgas Hos-
pital in the Red Cross Room, and at the spring concert it presented a
wide range of music, the favorite piece being "El Relicario". The band
has been working hard throughout the year and has thoroughly enjoyed
its Monday night sessions. This year's officers were: Marjorie Miller,
president; Kaye Sergeant, vice-president; Frances Lindh, secretary-
treasurer.










MEMBERS-BOTTOM ROW, Left to Right: Nancy Cotton, Marjorie Miller.
SECOND ROW: Pauline Pyer, Janice Berg. TOP ROW: Kaye Sergeant.


Marjorie Miller
President


Kaye Sergeant
Vice-President


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The Balboa High School chapter of the Junior Organ Guild
has been in existence for two years. This organization is a guild
student group of the American Guild of Organists, which was
founded in New York in 1896. Some of the main purposes of the
American Guild of Organists are: to advance the cause of worthy
religious music; to elevate the status of church musicians; and to
raise the standards of efficiency of organists and choirmasters by
examination.Today a great and influential national organization, the
American Guild of Organists has chartered more than fifty stu-
dent groups in colleges, schools, and communities. The B.H.S. chap-
ter is composed of eight organ students. Their sponsor is Mrs.
Anona Kirkland, a member of the adult group. Officers for the
year 1961-1962 are: Dean, Carol Bruland; Vice Dean, Melinda
Mallahan; Secretary-Treasurer, Marsha Ecker. The members of
the guild student group performed at the school music programs
throughout the year.


Carol Bruland
Dean


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Melinda Mallahan
Vice Dean


Left to right: Melinda Mallahon, Carol Bruland, Drew Craighill, Marsha Ecker,
Margie Miller, Kaye Sergeant, Sandra Halliday, Paula Badonsky.


Marsha Ecker
Secretary-Treasurer


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Llewellyn Zent
President






The Isthmian Pacific Chapter of the National Honor Society was larger this
year than it has ever been before. By the Spring Initiation forty seniors and seven-
teen juniors had been given the coveted membership in this society on the basis of
their character, scholarship, leadership, and service. The year was climaxed with
a party at Kobbe Beach.







FIRST ROW, left to right: Sherry South, Marilyn Floyd, Nancy Browne, Bobbie
Hays. SECOND ROW: Peggy Elich, Sally Randel, Carol Bruland, Marjorie Miller,
Marion Clare. THIRD ROW: Frank Rybicki, Malcolm Wheeler, John Waino,
Harry Van Loon, Llewellyn Zent.


Carol Bruland
Secretary


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FIRST ROW, Left to Right: Nancy Askew, Mary Esslinger, Sydney Townsend.
SECOND ROW: Frank Reichart, Teddie Hobbie, Helen Cooper, Gizella Arosemena.
THIRD ROW: Joseph Bond, Sidney Ringstead, Shirley Murphy. FOURTH ROW:
Robert Bowman, James Wilson, William Mallory.


Marjorie Miller
Vice-President


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FIRST ROW, Left to Right: Melinda Mallahan, Barbara Slotkin, Paula Badonsky,
Clarita Thayer, Karen King, Charlene Morency. SECOND ROW: Margaret Ma-
honey, Mary Stallworth, Kaye Sergeant, Betsy Mallory, Yolanda Canovaggio,
Sandra Krapf. THIRD ROW: Annette Rybicki, Margaret Morris, Mary Kelly, Me-
linda Glaes, Theresa Ecker, Debra Beaver, Mary Turner. FOURTH ROW: Eugene
Linfors, John Paterson, Paul Starr, Andrea Tarflinger, Alfred Osborne. Page 60
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Treasurer
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FIRST ROW, left to right: Joan Payne, Mary
Esslinger, Karen King, Clarita Thayer, Joline
Jones, Sherry Wokem, Genell Hatten, Marilyn
Floyd. SECOND ROW: Sidney Ringstead,
Teddie Hobbie, Melinda Glaes, Shirley Mur-
phy, Marjorie Miller, Nancy Browne, Marion
Clare, Linda Diamond, Beverly Gramlich,
Janet Hine. THIRD ROW: Theresa Ecker,
Suzanne Baranoski, Sally Randel, Mary Turn-
er, Helen Cooper, Sherry South, Carol Bru-
land, Beverly Bryant, Betsy Foster, Barbara
Crimmel.



Governor
Margaret Elich


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Marjorie Miller


Secretary of State
Marilyn Floyd


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FIRST ROW, Left to Right: Fred Hunter,
James Johnson, Paul Flannery, Sam Tay-
lor, Malcom Wheeler, Harry Vanloon.
SECOND ROW: Ted Marti, Rodney Win-
born, Mike Cassidy, Bob Bowman, Larry
Smith. THIRD ROW: Pat Bartlett, Doug
Major, Paul Morgan, Ralph Smith.
FOURTH ROW: Butch Zent, Bart Mal-
lory, Willy Peterson, Charlie Cross, Bu-
ford Carter. FIFTH ROW: Frank Reich-
art, Robert Smith, Omar Roos, John Wise,
Ralph Frangioni.


Frank Rybicki
Lieutenant Governor


Charles Cross
Secretary of State


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Bart Mallory
Attorney General


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The Balboa High School Chapter of
the Mu Alpha Theta has been formed to
engender keener interest in mathematics,
to develop sound scholarship in the sub-
ject and to promote enjoyment of mathe-
matics among high school students. The
club is under the sponsorship of Mrs.
Frances K. Graham. A candidate for full
membership must have completed at least
two years of mathematics with a "B"
average or better and must be enrolled in
either the third or fourth year of mathe-
matics. Associate members must have
passed first year math with a "B" aver-
age or better and be enrolled in the second
year of mathematics. In addition, the
candidate must maintain at least a "B"
average in all his other academic subjects.


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Annette Rybicki
Secretary


MEMBERS-FIRST ROW, Sitting, Left to Right: Mary Stollworth, Barbara Donovan, Ellen Gray, Kaye Sergeant, Paula
Badonsky, Carol Remele, Vicky Valentine, Sue Lessiack, Sydney Townsend, Andrea Tarflinger, Marjorie Flumach, Theresa
Ecker. STANDING, Left to Right: Nancy Browne, Annette Rybicki, John Zelnick, Thomas Perantie, Eugene Linfors, Gary
Strong, Joe Bond, Robert Widell, Llewellyn Zent, Paul Morgan, John Wise, Malcolm Wheeler.


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Science


The aim of the Science Club is to advance and inspire
future scientists in their respective fields. Under the co-spon-
sorship of Mr. Jenkins and Mr. Banasick, the club is ful-
filling its goal. For the members who are interested in one
particular science the club has formed four different com-
mittees in the fields of physics, chemistry, biology, and radio
electronics. These committees further the club's success by
giving each member a chance to develop his knowledge and
skill in his favorite science.


Paul Starr
President


Diane Brown
Recording Secretary


Jean Kent
Treasurer


Sue Lessiock
Corresponding Secretary


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STANDING, Left to Right: Tex Fenimore, Robert Starr, Penny Catron, Jane Lippincott, Bill Fall, Chuck
Curran. SITTING, Left to Right: Jolene Jones, Donna Daniel, Pat Best, Lynda Donley, Glenda Chandler,
Jane Wilson. Not Pictured: Roger Kat.


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MEMBERS-SITTING, Left to Right: Brenda Barnthouse, Toni Fisher, Diane Wallace,
Dawn Powell, Jeannette Redder, Dianne Tipton, Fred Hunter, Bill Eldredge, Linda Dia-
mond, John Fisher, John Lincoln, Chris Skeie, Vicky Valentino, Robert Schultz, John
Carlson, Brenda Brown, Andy Singleton. STANDING: Lillie Griffin, Joan Payne, Janice
Spencer, Steve Diamon, Mike Booth, Richard Zirkman, Barbara Coy, Melinda Gloes,
Shirley Murphy, Bart Mallory, Woody Dejernette, Kaye Sergeant, Dallas Manning, Pat
Meriwether, Allan Altman, Sally Randell, Helen Cooper, Richard Hirschfeld.


The National Thespian Society is a non-secret,
non-social honorary society created to provide an
active experienced nucleus for the Sock and Buskin
and for school dramatic productions. The society
has members, of which were initiated in May. At
the initiation ceremony the play "Away, You Roll-
ing River" was presented. This production repre-
sented the combined efforts of both the old and
new members and was an exercise in flexible
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Janice Spencer, President


Sally Randell
Secretary


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Vice-President








JDrama Club


This year the meetings of the Sock
and Buskin presented some inter-
esting skits, one-act plays, and slides
of the theater in the U.S.A. George
Bernard Shaw's "Arms and the Man"
and Truman Capote's "The Grass
Harp" were the two major produc-
tions of the year. The banquet, which
was held aboard the Las Cruces, will
long be remembered. It was in this
manner that the activities of the
Drama Club were brought to a close
for the year.


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Bart Mallory
President


Pat Meriwether
Secretory-Treasurer


FIRST ROW, Left to Right: Kathy Jenkins, Brenda Barnthouse, Yolando Izquierdo, Vicky
Valentino, Camille Hendricks, Sue Lessiack, Pat Meriwether, Marilyn Slotkin. SECOND
ROW: Frances Dignam, Clarita Thayer, Dawn Powell, Irene Monzon, Rebecca Monk, Bar-
bara Slotkin, Kaye Sergeant. THIRD ROW: Anne Beers, Peggy Lane, Carol Farbman,
Anne Hailey, Libby Lone, Vicki McCoy, Marilyn Oldham, Linda Diamond. FOURTH ROW:
Marsha Ecker, Barbara Linder, Marcia Dubbs, Beverly Bryant, Betty Bryant, Kathy Rob-
erts. FIFTH ROW: Bart Mallory, Sally Randel, Theresa Ecker, Sherry South, Barbara Coy,
Genell Hatten, Yolanda Canavaggio, Lynn Solitto, Richard Selby. SIXTH ROW: Toni
Fisher, Tracy Tipton, Andy Singleton, Mary Lerchen, Doug Major, Mike Booth.


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TOP ROW, left to right: Mrs. Journey, sponsor;
Cathie Carter, Barbara McKenna. SECOND ROW:
Lerlene Hayden, Dionne Lowery, Becky Chancey.
THIRD ROW: Francis Dignam, Nina Dimball,
Suzonne Baranowski. BOTTOM ROW: Anne Gilley,
Sue Rathgeber, Maryann Williams.


We, the Future Nurses of America Club, wish to thank our sponsor, Mrs.
Journeay, for her help in such club activities as: visiting Palo Saco, wrapping
Christmas gifts for Palo Saco, having speakers from Palo Saco and Corozal Hos-
pital, having Mrs. Kennedy speak on the "pinky" program, and seeing films on
different phases of nursing.


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Beverly Phillips, President


Sharon Phelan, Vice-President


Jeannette Martens, Secretary


Annette Rybicki, Treasurer


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Secretary-Treasurer
Sherry South


The goal of the Future Teachers of America is to
acquaint interested members of the student body with the
possibilities of teaching as a career. This year about forty
girls worked together in exploring the various facets of
the profession. One of the main media employed for
this purpose was the procurement of guest speakers to
discuss teaching as they know it. They all gave interesting
talks to the club on such things as the qualities necessary
to be a good teacher, the differences between the various
levels of teaching, and the advantages and disadvantages
of the profession. Every year the club chooses a worthy


project to work on just before and during the Christmas
season. This year the time was spent in planning and giving
parties for two different groups of handicapped children.
The project proved very worthwhile as it was enjoyed by
the club members as well as the children. Also, it helped
the F.T.A. members to explore the possibilities of a career
in special education. The officers for the 1961-1962 school
year were: Teddie Hobbie, President; Kaye Sergeant, Vice
President; and Sherry South, Secretary-Treasurer. Miss
Brown was the faculty sponsor.


Julure Jeac erd o/ JAmerica


FIRST ROW, left to right: Pat Grow, Mary Bartlett. SECOND ROW: Connie
Pustis, Melinda Mallahan, Lyn Martin, Barbara Slotkin. THIRD ROW:
Barbara Donovan, Cynthia Neitzel, Carol Bryson, Marcia Dubbs, Betty
Bryant. FOURTH ROW: Helen Cooper, Cathy Dimmick, Lancey Saunders,
Rita Hendrix, Mary Cooper.


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President
Teddie Hobbie


Vice President
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Barbara Slotkin
Vice-President


Linda Diamond
President


Kaye Sergeant
Secretary-Treasurer


point of View CLAu


The purpose of the POINT OF VIEW CLUB is
to prepare students for college by acquainting
them with various types of literature and with the
authors of individual literary eras. The members
read books and at their meetings have planned
programs in which they discuss the book, the
author, and sometimes compare the two with other
works of a similar nature. Some of the books


studied this year are The Catcher in the Rye, Can-
terbury Tales, and Antigone. A separate committee
prepared a summer reading list which will be bene-
ficial to students during summer vacations. The
club has also planned a definite program which
will serve as a guide for furthering the prepara-
tion of the college bound student.


SITTING, Left to Right: Yolanda Canavaggio, Mary Stallworth, Merry Layne Rauscher, Marjorie Flu-
mach, Katie Barnett, Gail Gibbons. STANDING-FIRST ROW, Left to Right: Carla Elich, Jeannine
Jeannine Hebert, Karen McCoy, Sandra Krapf, Marilyn Slotkin, Andrea Tarflinger. STANDING-SEC-
OND ROW, Left to Right: David Cohen, Tex Fenimore, Jonathan Craig, Kevin Harold, Doug Major.


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Diane Browne
Secretary-Treasurer


The Chess Club, sponsored by Mrs. Peggy Ryan,
met weekly in room 315 throughout the year. Ac-
tivities included playing chess and teaching the
game to new members. A tournament determining
the chess champion of BHS was held at the end


of the year, and medals were given as prizes. An
important rule of the tournament was: All players
must be members of the Chess Club. This year's
officers were: president, Steve Diamond; vice-presi-
dent, Kit Price; secretary-treasurer, Diane Brown.


FIRST ROW, Left to Right: Peter Rennert, Linda Donley, Pat Best, Jean Kent, Barbara Jonowitz.
SECOND ROW: Joe Peddrick, Richard Carson, Pat Bartlett, John Morton.


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Steve Diamond
President


Kit Price
Vice-President


Chess Club






Librar Club


SEATED, Left to Right: Lyndo Donley, Diane Brown, Sue Lessiack, Lilly Luddy. STANDING: Anne
Fredioni, Gisella Arosemena, Murriel Juba, Christina Quiros, James Jenkins, Walter Dryja, Kathie
McCue, Lynn Boswell, Carol Wentsler, Kolleen Yocum.


The Balboa High School Library Club meets
once a month at noon in the library. The organi-
zation's sponsor is the librarian, Miss Rider. Mem-
bership is open to any student of Balboa High
who is interested in books and library work. This
year the club sponsored the collection of paper-
Mary Howe
President
BHS LIBRARY


back books for a new section in the library, helped
bring the pamphlet file up to date, and super-
vised the bulletin board displays. The officers
consist of a president, Mary Howe; a vice-presi-
dent, Eddie Rivera; and a secretary, Diana lanole.


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The French Club which is under the able sponsorship of Mrs.
S. Haselden successfully undertook to acquaint interested students
with the customs, sports, and interest of the average French person.
The Club met once a month and discussed subjects as varied as
French cuisine, French colonies, and French wars. These programs
were always prepared ahead by a program committee. Another
committee, the refreshment committee, added a certain zest to
the meetings since it was from its source that the members go to
sample many French delicacies. It can honestly be said that the
members left at the end of the year feeling that they knew much
more on the French and their way of life.


Yolanda Canavaggio
President


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Paul Star
Vice-President


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Sidney Townsend
Treasurer


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MEMBERS


Maida Watson
Rebecca Monk
Sally Galbreath
Maria Terrufino
Mary Howe
Nicole Palmer
Carol Bruland
Genell Hatten


Ellen Gray
Osiris Carnejo
Sally Cornwell
Eunis Friese
Bruce Thomas
Sarita Heres
Ann Beers
Cora Herrera


Linda Diamond


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Osiris Cornejo,
President


Cecile Marciacq
Treasurer


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The members of the Pan American Club had
a wonderful time this year studying the culture
and customs of Latin America. At many of the
meetings, slides of the different countries were
shown and speeches on them were given. Panama
and its provinces were included in these discus-
sions. As a supplement, to add gaity to these ses-
sions, students records of the different countries


and demonstrated their dances. The artistic mem-
bers did a wonderful job in the school's showcase
and on the decorations of the Tivoli Ballroom
where the Carnival Dance was held. Thanks to
its hardworking sponsors, Mrs. Bissett and Mrs.
Solitto, the Club accomplished the aims it set at
the beginning of the year admirably well.


FIRST ROW, left to right: Jeannie Colburn, Osiris Conejo, Magali Reyes. SECOND
ROW: Eve Stevens, Gesella Arosemena, Marie Feriphino, Zaida Gompley. THIRD
ROW: Linda Tassel, Marilyn Thomas, A. Sanchez, Pat Merreveha. Ann Kasha.
FOURTH ROW: Jay Hine, D. Thomas, Jorge Fernondez.


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Vice President


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Anthony Scottino
President


Julio Borba
Vice-President


The Club de Conversacion y Clutura, or the
Triple C, as it is more commonly called, gained
much standing this year, due to the many cul-
tural achievements its members put forth and
the countless hours of tutoring that were donated
by these members to students and teachers of
Balboa High School.
The active sponsors, Mrs. De Armas and Miss
Perez, prepared a full schedule of activities that
were marvelously carried out, adding gaity to the
club's motto of promoting friendship and under-
standing between the people of the Canal Zone
and Panama and, at the same time, acquainting


the people of the Zone with Panama's folklore,
culture, and language.
One of the Club's most outstanding activities
was the November third program, in which well-
known Panamanian artists participated. Another
was the Carnival Dance, for which American stu-
dents were prepared by Miss Cecilia Pinzon, who
is quite well known as a Panamanian dance teach-
er. Lastly, it must not be forgotten that the
Triple C helped the Panamanian Antituberculosis
Drive by having a group of its members sell Christ-
mas Seals in the Canal Zone.


STANDING, Left to Right: Jorge Fernandez, Yolanda Canavaggio, Osiris Cor-
nejo, Cecile Marciazq, Anabelle Sanchez, Marilyn Thormas, Maria Teresa Solano,
Evelyn Eldridge, Gracilioa Vasanick, Julio Barba, Froalklin Hine, Maria Terufind,
Katherine Barnett, Anita Eater, Nancy Winborn, Sheila Osbore, Mrs. De Armas.
SEATED: James Gilbert, Christina Bernesee, Yol'nda Izquierdo, Jeannie Col-
burn, Sarita Heres, Christina Quiros, Sandy Santana, Edelmire Dright.


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FIRST ROW, Left to Right: Barbara Toothman, Beverly Bryant. SECOND ROW: Flor-
ence Barbour, Gloria Wilson, Catherine Dimmick, Betty Bryant. THIRD ROW: David
Moehrke, Tess Walsh, James Jenkins, Helen Manning, Frank South.


"Click Incorporated," formerly known as the
Balboa High School Camera Club, endeavors tc
aid students to become better acquainted with
their cameras. Programs are provided, such as
the Kodak International Photo Contest winners'
photos and speakers. Students are encouraged to
improve their photographing and to enter their
photos in contests. Points of interest to the mem-


President
Charles Sanders


bers are visited on trips which are taken approxi-
mately once every six weeks with the two final
trips combined into one which is exceptional.
Some of the places visited this year were the
various cathedrals and ruins in and near Panama
City, Gaillard Cut, Fort San Lorenzo, and the
final trip to Taboga Island.


Vice-President
Wayne Farrow


Secretary
Sarah Ann Wagner


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SECRETARIES-FIRST ROW, Left to Right: Cookie Friese, Jane O'Conner, Mable Eberenz, Carol Farb-
man, Jane Tuckerman. SECOND ROW: Mary Kelly, Roberta Patterson, Peggy MacConnell, Ellen Douglas.


Audio Visual Assistants
Supervisor-Mr. Sequist


Gary Strong
Gene Linfors
John Paterson
Ed Rivera


Mike Colacicco
Richard Cressy
Harry VanLoon
Richard Frank


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A YEAR of athletics, of . COM-
PETITION. The shrill of a whistle cuts
the sultry air, a football soars high, and
hundreds of fans shout as young bodies
plunge through the line, mightily carry-
ing the ball across the goal line . .
Another whistle, sinewy arms reach
frantically to tip the basketball to a
team member, muscled legs streak
across the court and expert hands sink
the ball through the hoop . .varsity
sports, calling for teamwork and fast
thinking coordination, calling for sup-
port from cheering fans, calling for the
best a school can give physically. A
win, a loss-they mean nothing if the
game is not played well ..


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Leading our team on to victory with their vig-
orous yells were eight energetic girls. Under
Nancy Turner, their captain, Nancy Morency,
Shirley Murphy,


Melinda Glaes
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BOTTOM ROW, left to right: Leslie Hendricks, Maggie Mahoney, Barbara
Dombrowsky, Wallis Bain, Ruby Bacot, Jeannine Hebert. SECOND ROW:
Peggy Flynn, Bobbie Lou Herrington, Carole Thomas, Becky Fussel, Marilyn
Anderson. TOP ROW: Jeanne Halvosa, Carla Elich, Ellen Wilson, Peggy Elich,
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BOTTOM ROW, left to right: Sue Soyster, Camille Hendricks, Jackie Lovelady, Pat
Basham. SECOND ROW: Frances Dignam, Cecelia Zerbinati, Paula Leftridge, Gail
Albritton, Irene Monzon, Sue Lessiack. THIRD ROW: Kathy Lavallee, Constance Postis,
Sylvia Perra, Jean Kent, Linda Fawcett. TOP ROW: Pearlene Jemmott, Jeanne Meyer,
Joanne Meyer, Lynda Donley, Michaelyn Rowland, Kathryn Fallon, Kathy Hirt.

OFFICERS:
STANDING: Margaret Stevens, president; SITTING, left to right: Betsy Mal-
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Bob Smith. THIRD ROW: Kenny Anderson, Frank Godwin, Rodney Winborn, Mike Mabry, Frank
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Allan Hesters, Paul Brooks, Pete Stevens. FOURTH ROW: Coach Anderson, Coach Blais, Fred Brad-
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The Balboa Bulldogs had a very prosperous season this year. Placing
second in the annual Christobal Jamboree, we moved into the regular season
as strong favorites to win the championship. But our good start with two
wins and one tie seemed to cause our heads to swell; and we did poorly until
the last game, which we won. There were no really outstanding stars on
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SECOND ROW: Bill Mounts, Dallas Manning, Louis French, Bob Boring, Ed Wilder. THIRD ROW:
Joe Hunt, Joe Bremer, Richard Wallace, Chuck Moses, Romond Miller, Jim Riley. FOURTH ROW:
David Byars, Danny Thomas, Wayne Leake, Jim Culet, Bill Fields.


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FIRST ROW, left to right: Doug Major, Harry Van Loon, Stewart Brown.
SECOND ROW: Mike Mabry, John Dwyre, Roark Summerfield. THIRD ROW:
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FOURTH ROW: Danny Michaels, David Zemer, Jim Manning, Pete Stevens,
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FIRST ROW, left to right: Betty Van Dyke, Grace Figueroa, Kathy Barnett,
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We traded those summer days-Ianquid, giddy and sun streoked, full of frivolity-for school days -shorter ( yet longer ) industrious and brimming with reading, writing, and 'rithmetic We traded our tennis rackets short shorts, and for books, skirts and pants and shoes; our leosurely lunches at the beach for "Type A" or "A 10 Corte" in the Clubhouse or hasty hamburgers at the Teen Club' our evenings of movies, moonlit walks, and beach parties for after school bouts with English and moth thrilling moments at football games, and romantic dotes with that "dream who sits next to me in Spanish closs .1I THE GREAT TRANSITION-The profit? A YEAR ... A year of classrooms activities, achievements, competition and business. A YEAR in review--o treasury of memories joyful in retrospect And . yours! 1962 MARILYN FLOYD .. .. ...... ..... EDITOR IN CHIEF BOBBIE JEA N HAYS ........ CO-ASS ISTANT EDITOR CHARLENE 1\1ORENCY .. CO-ASSISTANT EDITOR MARY E SSLINGE R .... BUSINESS MANAGER YOLANDA CANAVAGGIO . ... STAFF LINDA DIAMOND ............. ... .. STAFF SANDRA KRAPF .... .......... ... STAFF SHERRY SOUTH ..... STAFF MARY TURNER .................. STAFF NANCY TURNER .................... STAFF ROY SIMPSON, DELANO STEW ART, KENNY KLINE .. PHOTOGRAPHER S Page 2

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THE GREAT TRANSITION .. not 8S risky perhaps 88 many, but realiz.. ing a far greater profit. Where else could we have gained the YEAR 80 full of living-with its happinesses, its sorrows, its joys, its doldrums, its conquests, its perplexities, and even its tragedies? Never again will the same feet tramp the same halls, the same teachers lecture the ssme stu dents, the same activities cause the same flurries of excited anticipation. This yearbook bas tried to recapture glimpses of our YEAR through photo. graphs and words, although no amount of ink or Kodachrome or photo fixer could fully portray the profound meaning and effec18 of our YEAR ... For your warm human ap proachability For the traditions which you have held through the years For the high standards you have ioiated and kept sacred We dedicate this hook to you, the students, in the hope that 88 you read these pages you will recall that pre-eioll8 segment of your lives spent in Balboa High School. Page 4

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THE GREAT TRANSITION Page 5

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Campus ... Page 7 Administration ........ Page 15 Activities ............. Page 29 Athletics ... Page 77 Royalty . . . . . . . Page 107 Freshmen ............. Page 127 Sophomores .... Page 139 Juniors Page 149 I Seniors ............... Page 157 \ Page 6

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It would be only proper to begin with the grounds on which this GREAT TRANSITION was accom plished. This is our CAMPUS ... where the memories of succeeding classes are recorded in well-trodden hallways and penciled desks. Seasons change Rain and sun alike have fallen on our CAMPUSbut one thing remains consistentour pride and love for this, our ever changing CAMPUS. Page 8

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Old Junior High Building Auditorium

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---------Industrial Arts Building Front View Balboa High School

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Familiar Views of Balboa High School Page 12

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ROTC Practice Field ROTC Building

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Stadium and Athleti c Field Gymnasium

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A YEAR of faculty of ... ADMINISTRATORS and TEACHERS ... The adult leaders who spend long hours making Balboa what a school should be --a smoothly functioning institution of learning. The ADMINISTRATORS have complete charge of Balboa' s activities They form its policies, its rules, corryjag out orders from the school board, and they counsel the troubled and trouble makers The TEACHERS take tasteless texts and teaching materials converting them into palatable learn ing for the fickle appetite of youth Page 16

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Page 17 DA VID A. SPEIR. JR. A.B., WILLIAM AND MARY; M.ED., UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA The school year 19611962 will always be one we can look back on with a feeling of pride and ac complishment. It is fitting that this Zonian is dedi cated to the student body of Balboa High School for to them is due much of the crdeit for the successful year. DA VID A. SPEIR. lR.

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JOHN C. KNICK B A AND M .Ed., UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA ROBERT G MULLARKY A B AND M .Ed. TUFTS COLLEGE Councilor Page 18

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MARIE C WEIR, M A., COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY; B S., UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA DONNA M STUEBE, B S AND M A., INDIANA STATE COLLEGE Page 1 9

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DIVA D REYES LOUISE R HUNT NOT PICTURED: LOIS J ALENANDER (tronsferred second semester ) Secrelaried PATRICIA W flYNN MELINDA M BEMBENEK P age 20

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Mr Bonosick G e n e rol Science West Virginio Universi ty Harvord Yole, CCNY Ridge Instit ute B S., M A 1 Page 21 Mr C Anderson Woodworking Kansas State Teachers College M S i Mrs Ruby McCullough Bissett Spanish, Engli s h Howard College, Muico City Colleg e Notional University of Mexi co, U of Col. A B., M R E Miss Claude M Aycock Spanish Womon's Coll ege of University of North Carolino Columbia Univ ersity A.B. M A Mr Brodford Engli sh Trinity Coll e ge University of Massachusetts B A M A ) Mr George James B e tti e Ele m e ntory Typing Montano State Univers i ty Uni versity of Oregon Carroll Col l e ge St Olaf Colleg e B S., M S

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I Mr. Frederick S Brown English Journalism University of Washington University of New Mexico B.A., M A Mr J Breen Band Orchestra, Chorus Glee Club Strayer Solem. W e st Virginia University Ame rican University B S., M A Mr. George W Cose Generol Moth, Algebra Dri,ers' Training Northern Idaho College of Ed ucation, University of Oregon B.A., M .Ed. Miss Mary S Brigham English II, English II AA Bottle Creek College, Columbia University B A., M A Mrs. Mary L Condon Early World History University of Michigan Northern Michigan College M A B S Miss J Brown English Page 22

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Mrs DeArmas Spanish Michigan State University B A., M ..... Page 23 Mr Cook B i ology C o ncord Coll e g e. Morsholl University U. of V i rgin i a A B., M A Miss Ellis English Art Syracus e University Pratt Insti tute, UCLA, San Diego State College Univ e rsity of Arizona B F A M S Mrs Cutter Engli sh Unive r sity of T exas Bachelor of Journal ism. Moster of Journali s m Mr F isc her Chemistry University of Wisconsin University of Ch icago, Columbia University B S., M A Mr D e Geer Modern World History Colorad o State Coll ege, University of Texas B.A., M A

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Mrs Shirley R Haseldan English, French Wesleyan College, jJniversity of Florida A 8 M .A Mr Fraley Physics Algebra II Florida Stote University, University af Colorado 8 .A., M 8 .S. Mr Frank Y Hukill Biology University of Kentucky B S M .A Mr Gately United States History Ame rican Institutions Boston State College Boston University 8 5 M .A Mr Lester D Humm e l Mathematics Duquesne University Stanford University College of Steubenville A B., A M Mr Edward W. Hatchett, Jr. American Institutions University of New Mexico Arizona State University 8 8 .A M .A Pag e 24

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Miss Matthews English Alabama College George Peabody College for Teachers A B., M A P a g e 2 5 Mrs Journeoy Elementary Shorthand Advanced Shorthand Advanced Typing Iowa State Teachers College NYU. University of Colorado, Columbia Uni"ers i ty B S., M A Mr Mikulich U S History Michigan State, Moorhead State, University of Iowa M A Mr Kriese Algebra Colorado State College Minot State Teachers College Iowa State University M A B S Mr Musselman Spanish Speech Drama Eastern Illinois University. University of Chicago U of Son Carlos Guatemala B S., M A Mr. McGill Algebra U of S C B S., M .Ed.

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Mrs P erry Latin U S His tory Evansville Colleg e, Indiana University B A., M .S. Mrs Norton Hou se hold Arts I Mr Shirley Plan e Geometr y Texa s Chr istian Univer sKy, W est Texas State B A M .Ed. Mrs P erez Spanish Marycrest Colleg e U of Panama State Univers ity of Iowa B.A., M A Mrs Solitto Spanish Dougla ss Coll ege, Columbia Middl e bury Univer sity of Havana Mrs Ryan I Algebra and G eo metry Idaho State College, Stanford University B S., M A Page 26

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( \ Mr. White English University of Connecticut Stanford University A B., M A Page 27 Mr. Teeter Eo,ry World History and General Business University of Arkansas B S M .Ed. Mr. Wilde Modern World History. Early World History Chico State College University Mrs. Van Evero U S History Spanish Hamline University U of Minnesota B A M A .. f j Miss Whitman English Nebraska Stote Teachers' Col. lege A B ; Northwestern University, M A ; Unive rsity of london University of Colorado of California Son Francisco __ State U of Washington 1-1 "-' B A M A Mr Willingham Chem is try Auburn University, F S U KnOll College B S., M S

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Mr Donald R Wilcax Spanish Augustana College Uni,ersity of South Dakata Chica State Callege B A., M A ( -Sgt. Milton l. Bridges Tactics and Administration NCO Mr Williams Algebra 9 University af Florida BSBA, M .Ed. Sgt. Richard R Galden Military 11 Sgt. Ambrose J Lorson Marksmanship and Supply, Coach, Drill Team Aaker s Business College Junior Acocuntant Mrs La Fuente Physical Education Georgia State Colleg e for Wam e n Tampa University, B S Major Robert Ellis Whitelaw ROTC Harvard University A B Sgt Guhlin ROTC Page 28

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A YEAR of doing, of ... ACTIVITIES sometimes serious minded, sometimes insanely foolish. Activities stud the school year with sparkling memories. Fun and frolic filled the YEAR with gayety, but serious moments, such as the National Honor Society s inductions, will be long remembered Then, there were club elections, SA elections and doings-all the bustling business of students learning to live with each other. Page 30

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Page 31 Student --4jjocialion Vice-P,..id.,./ Secreta,,! .Alfr.d O.torn. p,.ej;dent Cra .. SecI'f!l al'Y The speeches were over the clutter cleared away and Charles Cross and Alfred O s borne e merged as the President and Vice President of the 1961-62 Student Associ ation Teaming up with their selected secretaries, Shirley Murphy and Marilyn Floyd, and under the experienced guidance of their sponsor, Mr. Walter Mikulich, the group se t th eir goals for the betterment of the school year which has just passed Tbis year has been a year full of add i tions . a coke machine for the students ... smartly d esi gned decal s ... a great upward swing in school spirit . greater student participation in all activiti es ... formation of a basic seriousness of purpose ... and most important of all-the feeling of a job well done

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SENIORS: STANDING left to r i ght : B ill Hanna, M a l e o I m W h ee l e r Harry Van loo n T r acy Tipt o n lorry Smith Paul Flan nery SIT TIN G : J e ann e Holvasa Jeannine H e b e r t Kar e n K n eib M e linda Gla es SOPHOMORES: S A Jepredentutived STANDING left to rig h t : Will i am S h e p a r d Steve D i amond Jo e Bre m er W illi a m Satte rwhit e, Joe Hunt SITTING : P eg g y MacConn ell, Constance Pust is, J o nni e Sue Dye r Morta York. P age 32

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FRESHMAN REPRESENTATIVES, BACK ROW, left to right : louis Stobler Bob Russell, George Linfors Kathy Devine, Lorry Douglas Noncy Chod wick, Richard Davidson Jim Tominelli Jim Cule t FRONT ROW : Margarita Milos, Mary Lou Watki ns Sue Heimer Sue Lessiock Tina Kelby SENIOR ALTERNATES, BACK ROW, left to right : P eggy Elich Mike Cassoday Elle n Wilson FRONT ROW: Brenda Bornthouse, Noncy Tur ner Georgeonn Kimsey Page 33 ADDITIONAL REPRESENTATIVES, BACK ROW, l eft to r i ght : Rolp h Frongi o ni, Richard Keig ley, B ill Mou n ts, Bill Co y FRON T ROW : G e n e H Hat ten, Willy Peter son, Yolan d a Izquie rd o Barba r o Slot ki n J e on Ken t.

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SOPHOMORE ALTERNATES, BACK ROW, left to right : Dennis D eming, Tom Gongl e Charles B elden MIDDLE ROW; Mory Howe, Ann Beero. FRONT ROW: Coral Farbman JUNIOR ALTERNATES, BACK ROW, left to right : Andrea Torflinger, John Poter son, Ed Wilder, Bob Bootwright MIDDLE ROW: Barbara Dambrawsky Jon e Tuckerman Carlo Elich. FRONT ROW: Melinda Mollo han, Jane Thomas FRESHMAN ALTERNATES, BACK ROW, 'eft to right: H elen Moning Virginia Flumock, Noncy Borker, Jill Beech. MIDDLE ROW: C indy BeckeT. Jane Sumner, Janis George. FRONT ROW: Robert Rupp, Donny Aleman, Rolph Burda Page 34

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CADRE L e ft to right: Sergeant Guhlin Sergeant Gold e n Mojor Whitelaw Sergeant Latso n Sergeant Bridges ROTC COLOR GUARD L eft to right: S erge an t Rowe, Sergeant God win. C orpor al Napier Pri vote Mahon ey

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BATTALION S TAFF l eft to r ight: Sergeant Major Bre n es Staff S ergeant Warfo rd Cap tain Lav all ee Captain Murph y Captain McKe nna Maj o r B o nd Col o n e l Rybi ck i Maj o r Wh ee l e r Captai n Smi th lieutenant Col o nel Z ent. I t, \ I " fi r I I \ J SPONSORS l e ft to righ t : lie u t enant Turner Lieutenant K irk, Captain Murphy Lie ut e nan t Bac o t Lie ut enant Floyd Page 36

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COMPANY HEADQUARTERS: Left to right : ht. Lieutenant Togoropulos 1st. lieutenollt Andino ht. Sergeant Porker 1st. Lieutenant Tuuter Captoin Reichart, Corporal Bowen, 1st. LieiUenont Mojor 1st Lieu tenont Collins Second Platoon Page 37 /J" P ..At L-ompan'J Platoon

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"{5" C ompan'j COMPANY L f HEADQUARTERS' C::'::al,;ght, Staff S .. e 1st L" Wolker, 1st 9 Do.id, 1st L Bo,II,it, L;::t,tont K;,k, Mollo", um. leutenont Second nil t ,-Ca oon Page 38

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COMPANY HEADQUARTERS: Left to right : ht. lieutenant Johnson, Guidon Michael 1st. Lieutenant Bruce, Coptoin Bocot ht. lieu tenant Freakly, 1st lieutenant Gri ffis 1st. Sergeant Blystone Second Platoon Page 39 "P" P L Lompan'J Platoon

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/? eLJ Lompan'J COMPANY HEADQUARTERS 2nd lieutenant Cassiday ; 1st Lieut e nant Frangioni ; Corporal Johnston; 1st Lie utenant Floyd; Capta i n Winborn; 1st Lieutenant Cross ; 1st Lieut e nant Aseron ; 1st Sergeant Taylor Second Platoon Pag e 40

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Page 41 ROTC BAND First Lieutenant Rolph Commander; First Sergeant c or Zirkmon.

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T Stall Major Joseph Bond First lieutenant Rolph Frong ioni Captain Ed Freokley First Sergeant Richard Hirschfeld

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Page 43 ROTC RIFLE TEAM STANDING, left to right : Eugene Linfors Charles Lovalle. Lorry Smith William Ble akley. Jim J o hnson Antonio Scotti no, Gilbert Freund KNEELING: Milton Porsons John Wise

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I N oncy Browne Editor O nei da Thompson Assistant E ditor PARRAKEET This year there are eleven students on the Parrakeet staff, seven seniors and four juniors The Porrakeeters learn how to write a headline, write special articles such as features or views cover meeting, note-taking tips, and other valuable "tricks of the trade. All sources of information must be investigated Each member constantly searches lor leads to a possible leature. Journalism provides a glimpse into a fascinating lield 01 work as well as allowing the journalist the opportunity to perform a service to his school. FIRST ROW, Left to Right: Janet Hine, Bruce Lovelady. SECOND ROW: Dave Cohen, Debbie Beover THIRD ROW: Steye Diamond, Genell Hatten, Toni Fisher Vick, Valentino BACK ROW: Ken Kline, Kevin Harold. Page 46

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Page 47 ( Bobbie Jean Hays Coassi st ant Editor Lonian Marilyn Floyd Editor Mary Esslinger Business Manager Charlene Morency Co-assistant Editor

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ZONIAN STAFF, left to right: linda Diamond, Yolanda Canavaggio Sandra Krapf, Steve Diamond, Nancy Turner, Mary Turner, Sherry South. Under the guidance of Mr. Brown, the sponsor, ten senior girls and one sophomore boy arranged and planned the 1962 ZONIAN for Balboa High School. With much hard work and effort, the staff has put together to the best of their ability a ZONIAN of which they are very proud ZONIAN AD SELLERS, left to right: S idne y Ringstead, Yolanda CanaYoggio, Beyerly Phillips, Karen King, Mary Turner. P age 48

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Page 49 FIRST ROW, l eft to right : Bobbie Hays Mary Ridge Bill Shepard Da,id Colclasure Trod Tipton SECOND ROW: Florence Barbour James Ebdon Mary Beth Hock Jane Wilson John Wainio Paul Morgan Mike Nunley THIRD ROW: Jeffrey Hirschel Courtney Wilder, Betty Jane McCullo ugh Oayk Fic:r:eri, Regina B ooker, Runell Watson Arthur POllto n Mike Cossous John Voucher FOURTH ROW: Gory Hutchison Bob Merill Kent Mopp

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FIRST ROW left to right: Melindo Mollohan, Lorry Nessler Terri Lockhart, Helen Manning, Sondra Holliday SECOND ROW : Sylvia Demers Morgie Miller Lorr y Simpson, Mary Howe, Steve Smith Doug Feeney Wendell Shepard. THIRD ROW : Sydney Towns e nd Joy H ine, Williom Bleakl ey, Richard Keigley FOURTH ROW : B ob Lawyer Gary Goff Gr e g Rose, J i m Brad e n Marie Call e ja Kirk F ento n James Culet, Fred Gaitan. Under the direction of a new teacher, Mr. Breen, the bond provides on outlet for the musically inclined students of Balboa High School. The students practice daily for their many performances during the year, including the Christmas and Spring Concerts, pep raliies, and footbali games. Page 50

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Page 51 FIRST ROW, Left to Right: AI Osborne Robert Farrell John Cooper Mary Jean Beeby, Viane Ruth B rowne. SECOND ROW: Vaughan Taylor, James Guibert, Charlotte Flinchbaugh, Bobbie Hayes, tarry Simpson, Mary Howe, Richard Zirkman THIRD ROW: Sarah Ann Wagner, Nancy Donaldson, Jerry Worsham, Gary Anderson Ralph Smith Ronald Pearl.

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FIRST ROW. Left to Right: Betsy Mallory. Carol Bruland. SUSDn Diercks. George linfots Ruth ljtyin SECOND ROW: Raul Torre s Paul Chisolm, Mike Bruce, Mike Mabry, Jack Garayanta. THIRD ROW: Fred Gaitan, Franklin Brooks. Mary Lerchen. John Oster, Jane Sumner, Charles Blystone, Jo Unnrferth A big hand can be given to the members of Mr. Breen's orchestra They serenade whomever wishes to hear such long-hair pieces as Wagner's IIlntroduction to Act 3" or such lively numbers as Scarmolin's ture Symphony in Cu. The orchestra s fine work can be heard at such school functions as the National Honor Society ass emblies, Baccalaureate Services, Graduation exercises, and the Christmas and Spring Concerts Page 52

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Page 53 ROW, Left to R i ght : Marsha Ecker, Drew Cra i g hill, Annette Rybicki, Lindo Fussell. SECOND ROW: Uni d entified, Paula Bodonsky, Unident ified, Kathie Lavallee. THIRD ROW: Janet Hine, Peggy Flynn, Sandy Thomas. As the last few notes of "Martha" fall away to nothing but echoes and the curtain falls before the gaily dressed "peasants" of the Glee Club, the present is gone and all the effort and hard work has become the past A love for music and a nack for working together brought together the fifty odd members of the Glee Club for a year of Thursday night rehearsals and last minute flurries. ROW, L eft to Right: Mary Garcia, Mary Stallworth, Ruth litvin, Ann Winquist, Jane Schoewe. SECOND ROW: Julie Hamilton, Karen King, Sandy Roth.Roffy, Judy Koncir, Mary Ridge. THIRD ROW: Sally Randel, Nan Olsen, Lilly Griffin, Marilyn Floyd.

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TENORS AND ROW, Left to Right: James Bay, Clayton Taul. SECOND ROW: Richard Zirkman, Williom Shepard, Poul S earcy. THIRD ROW: Fred Gaitan, Walter Crouch, Alfred Osborne. For those members for whom it has been the lost year, they toke with them not only the memories of music and colorful programs, but the pleasant moments of joking and laughter with Mr Breen their patient and devoted director. At Baccalaureate services, the closing strains of "Faust" mark the finale of a year of music, devoted work, and harmonious friendships Kaye Sergeant Accompanist Carol 8ruland Accompanist P age 54

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Yolanda Aguilar Gina Albaugh Nancy Barcelo Bonnie Bishop Patricia Bonnifield Sonia Bowker Patsy Bowling Sharon Bowman Dora Brandenburg Dennis Bram e Carol Bruland Manuel Buenafe Johanna Carlson Hazel Carnes Charlayne Carson Rosemary Chandler Elmer Charbonneau Drew Craighill Sharon Cressy Elizab e th Luisa Critch Joan Crouch Walter Crouch Jody Davies Angela Del Carmen Dorothy Deming Lee Diaz Susi Diercks Mike Dillon Diane Downing Star Dunning Marsha Ecker Jihane EI Tabei Chris Farlay Ethel Faulkner Paula Faulkner Peorlene Jemmott Moria Ferrufino Stephanie Fuqua Linda Fussell Rebecca Fussell Angela Ganser Mary Garcia Janis George Maria Gonzalez Lillie Griffin Julie Hamilton Genell Hatten Rita Hendrix Janet Hine Anne Hoffman Janie Holgerson Robert Jack Digmo Jamison Loretta Jemmott Carol Kimsey Georgo"" Kimsey Nelly Kirmer Ann Kitterman Robert Knox Judi Kancir Kathy Lavallee Eva Lawrence Patricia Lawyer Fronces Lindh Ruth Litvin Melinda Mollohan Betty McCullough Lynette McGee Alicia McMurry Mariella Meggers Karen Middleton Co rolyn Mounts Kathie Nehring Joanne Nitz Sheila Osborne Anthony Palaisa Elva Perez Roque Perez Ren Phillips Bob Piper Ada Rosonia Melinda Ruiz Robert Russell Karen Schmidt Kaye Sergeant Mary Ridge Lyndall Sellens Joan Silva Sue Simpson Joyce Smail Bonnie Smith Janet Smith Rebecca Smith Diane Sparks Mary Stallworth Linda Thomas Sandy Thomas Jaye Thompson Paula Tysinger Elizabeth Vecchione Yolanda Velez Ann Vallentine Cheryl Walker Leilani Walston Pat Waters Esther Watson Susan Willen brock Ann Winquist Betty Womble Florence Barbour Chorus Accompanists : Coral Brulond, Frances Lindh, Kaye Sergeant, Melinda Mollohan. Page 56

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Page 57 Marjorie Miller Presid e nt K aye Sergeant Vice-President France s Lindh S ec retary Treasurer The Accordion Band, a group of accordionists ranging from fresh men to seniors, is directed by Professor Manfredi For three years this group has met on Monday nights to practice various pieces for different occasions This year the band entertained the patients of Gorgas Hos pital in the Red Cross Room, and at the spring concert it presented a wide range of music the favorite piece being "EI Relicariou The band has been working hard throughout the year and has thoroughly enjoyed its Monday night sessions This year's officers were : Marjorie Miller, president; Kaye Sergeant, vice-president ; Frances Lindh, sec reta rytreasurer. MEMBERS-BOTTOM ROW, left to Right : Nancy Cotton Marjorie Miller SECOND ROW: Paulin e Pyer Janice Berg TOP ROW: Ka) e Serg eant.

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The Balboa High School chapter of th e Junior Organ Guild has been in e xistence for two years. This organization is a guild student group of the American Guild of Organists, which was founded in New York in 1896 Some of the main purposes of the American Guild of Organists are: to advance the cause of worthy religious music ; to el e vate the statu s of church musicians ; and to raise the standards of efficiency of organists and choirma s t ers by examination Todaya great and influential notional organization, the American Guild of Organists has chartered more than fifty student groups in colleg e s, schools, and communities The B H S chapter is composed of eight organ students Their sponsor is Mrs. Anona Kirkland, a member of the adult group Officers for the year 1961 1962 are: Dean, Carol Bruland; Vic e Dean M e linda Mollohan; Secretory Treasurer Marsha Ecker The members of the guild student group performed at th e school music programs throughout the year. left to right : Melinda Mallohan Coral Brulond, Dre w Craighill Marsha Ecker, Margie Miller Kaye S e rgeant Sondra Halliday Paulo Bodonsky Carol Bruland D e an Melinda Mollohan Vice Dean Marsha Ecke r Secretary -Tre a surer Page 5 8

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Page 59 Llewellyn Zent President The Isthmian Pacific Chapter of the National Honor Society was larger this year than it has ever been before. By the Spring Initiation forty seniors and seventeen juniors had been given the coveted membership in this society on the basis of their character, scholarship, leadership, and service The year was climaxed with a party at Kobbe Beach Car ol Bruland Secretory FIRST ROW, left to right : Sherry South Marilyn Floyd, Nancy Browne, Bobbie Hays. SECOND ROW: Peggy Elich, Solly Randel Carol Bruland Marjorie Miller, Marion Clore THIRD ROW: Fronk Rybicki, Malcolm Wheeler, John Woino, Harry Van loon llewellyn Zent

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FIRST ROW, Left to Right: Nancy Askew, Mary E55linger. Sydney Townsend. SECOND ROW: Fronk Reichart Teddie Hobbie, Helen Cooper Gizella Arosemena. THIRD ROW: Joseph Bond. Sidney Ringstead Shirley Murphy FOURTH ROW: Robert Bowman, James Wilson, William Mollory Sherry South Treasurer Marjorie Miller Vice President FIRST ROW, left to Right : Melinda Mollohan, Barbar. Slatkin Paulo Badonsky Clarita Thayer, Koren King, Charlene Morency SECOND ROW: Margaret Ma honey, Mary Stallworth, Kaye Sergeant Betsy Mallory Yolanda Canavaggio Sondra Krapf THIRD ROW: Annette Rybicki, Margaret Morris Mary Kelly, Me linda Glaes, Theresa Ecker Debra Beaver, Mary Tu/ner FOURTH ROW: Eugene linfors. John Paterson, Paul Starr, Andrea Tarflinger, Alfred Osborne. P a g e 60

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Page 61 FIRST ROW left to right : Joan Payne Mary Esslinger Karen King Clarita Thayer Joline Jon es, Sherry Wakem, Genell Hatten, Marilyn Floyd SECOND ROW : Sidney Ringstead Teddie Hobbie Melinda Glaes Shirley Mur phy Marjorie M iller, Nancy Browne Marion Clare, linda D i amond Beverly Gramlich Jane t Hine THIRD ROW : Theresa Ecker Suzanne Baranoski, Sally Randel, Mary Turn er, Helen Cooper Sherry South, Carol Bru land B everly Bryant Betsy Foster Barbara Crimmel Governor Margaret Elich State lieutenantGovernor Marjorie Miller Secretary of State Marilyn Floyd

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Bart Mallory Attorney General Charles Cross Secretory of State FIRST ROW, L eft to Right: Fred Hunt e r James Johnson Paul Flannery Sam Toy lor, Malcom Wheeler Horry Vanloon. SECOND ROW: Ted Morti Rodne y Win born, Mike Cassidy Bob Bowman, lorry Smith. THIRD ROW: Pot Bartlett Doug Major, Paul Morgan, Rolph Smi th FOURTH ROW! Butch Zent Bart Mallory, Willy Peterson Charlie Cross, Buford Corter FIFTH ROW: Fronk R eichart, Robert Smith, Om at Roos. John Wise, Rolph Frangioni --Fronk Rybicki lieutenont Governor -,-Stale Page 6 2

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( Pag e 63 Nancy Brown President f The Balboa High School Chapter of the Mu Alpha Theta has been formed to engend e r keener interest in mathematics, to develop sound scholarship in the subject and to promote enjoyment of mathematics among high school students. The club is under the sponsorship of Mrs. Frances K Graham. A candidate for full membership must have completed at least two yeors of mathematics with a "B" overage or better and must be enrolled in either the third or fourth year of mathematics Associate members must have passed first year math with a liB" average or better and be enrolled in the second year of mathematics. In addition, the candidate must maintain at least a "B" average in all his other acad emic subjects. Annette Rybicki Secretory MEMBERS-FIRST ROW, Sitting, Left to Right: Mary Stallworth, Barbara Donovon, Ellen Gray, Kaye Sergeant, Paulo Bodonsky, Carol Remele, Vicky Volentine, Sue Lessiock, Sydney Townsend, Andrea Torflinger, Marjorie Flumoch, Theresa Ecker. STANDING, Left to Right: Noney Browne, Annette Rybicki, John Zelnick, Thomas Perantie, Eugene Linfors, Gary Strong, Joe Bond, Robert Widell, Llewellyn Zent, Paul Morgan, John Wise, Malcolm Wheeler. '''lit

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Poul Storr Pres ident Science The aim of the Science Club is to advonce and inspire future scientists in their respective fields Under the co-spon sorship of Mr. lenkins and Mr Banasick the club is ful filling its goal For the members who ore interested in one particular science the club has formed four different committees in the fields of physics, chemistry, biology, and radio electronics. These committees further the club 's success by giving each member D chance to develop his knowledge and skill in his favorite science. Jean Kent Treasurer Sue L essi ock Corr espo nding Secretary STANDING, left to Right : Tel: F e n imore, Robert Storr, Penny Cotron Jane lippincott, 8i/l Fall Chuck Curron SITTING. Left to Right : Jolene Jones, Donna Daniel Pot Best, lynda Donley Glenda Chandl e r Jane Wilson Not Pidured: Roger Kot Dione Brown R ecordi ng Secretory Page 64

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Page 65 8art M a llory Vice -Presi dent MEMBERS-SITTING left to R ight: Bre nda Barn t h o u se, T oni F i sher Dian e Wallace, Daw n Powell J e ann ette Redd e r D i ann e Tipto n Fre d Hunter Bill Eldr e dg e, Linda D i a mo nd John Fis h e r J o hn Lincol n Chris S keie V i cky Val e nt i no R o b e rt S c hultz John Carl so n Brenda Brown And y Singl eto n S TANDING : Lilli e Griffin Joan Pay ne, Janice Spe nc e r S teve Diam o n Mike Booth Richard Z i r k man Barbaro Coy, M e l inda Gla e s Shirtey Murphy, Bart M allory Wo o d y D e j ernette, Koye S ergeant, Dallas Manning Pat M eriwether, Allan Altman Soll y Rand ell, H e l e n C o o p e r R ichard Hirschfeld Th e Notional Th e sp i an S o ciety is a nonsecretl non social hono r ary s ociety created to provide on active ex perienced nucleus for the Sock and Buskin and for school dramatic productions The society has members, of w hich wer e initiated in May At the ini tiation c e remony the play Away You RoIl ing Riv er was pr e sent e d Th i s p r oduction repre sented the combined e fforts of both the old and ne w m e mbers and was an exercise in flexible th eatre. Not Picture d : Janice Spen c e r P r e s id ent Soll y Rand ell S ecretary

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Bart Mallory President This year the meetings of the Sock and Buskin prese nted so me int eresting skits, one-act plays, and slides of the theater in the U S .A. George Bernard Shaw's "Arms and the Man" and Truman Capote's "The Grass Harp" were the two major produc tions of the year. Th e banquet which was held aboard the Las Cruces will long be remembered. It was in this manner that the activities of the Drama Club were brought to a close for the year. FIRST ROW, Left to Right: Kathy Jenkins, Brenda Barnthouse, Yolanda Izquierdo, Vicky Valentina Camille Hendricks Sue lessiack Pat Meriwether, Marilyn Slotkin. SECOND ROW: Frances Dignam, Clarita Thayer, Dawn Powell, Irene Monzon, Rebecca Monk, Bar bora Slotkin, Kaye Sergeant THIRD ROW: Anne Beers. Pegg y lane. Carol Farbman, Anne Hailey, libby Lane, Vicki McCoy, Marilyn Oldham, linda Diamond. FOURTH ROW: Marsha Ecker, Barbaro Linde r Marcia Dubbs. Beverly Bryant, B etty Bryant, Kathy Rob erts. FIFTH ROW: Bart Mallory. Sally Randel, Theresa Ecker. Sherry South, Barbara Coy. Genell Hatten Yolanda Canavoggio Lynn Solitt o Richord Selby. SIXTH ROW: Toni Fisher. Tracy T ipton. Andy Singleton, Mary Lerchen, Doug Major, Mike Booth. \ Pat Meriwethe r Secretary Treasurer Page 66

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T O P ROW, left t o r i gh t : Mrs. Journeay s p o nsor; Ca t h ie C o rter, Barb a r a M cKe nna SECOND ROW: l erle n e Hoy d e n D i ann e l o w e ry, B ecky Chance y THI R D ROW: Fran cis Dignam Ni no D i mball S uzann e Baranowski. BOTTOM ROW: Anne Gilley Sue R a thge b e r Mar y ann William s Juiure America We, the Future Nurses of America Club, wish to thank our sponsor, Mrs. B e.,erly Phillips Presi d e n t Page 67 Journeay, for her help in such club activities as: visiting Polo Saco wrapping Christmas gifts for Polo Soco, having speakers from Polo Soco and Corozol Hospital, having Mrs Kennedy speak on the "pinky program, and seeing films on different phase s of nursing / Sho ron Phe lan V ice President Jeannette Martens Secretory Ann ette Rybicki Treasu rer

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/ President Teddie Hobbie The goal of the Future Teachers of America is to acquaint interested members of the student body with the possibilities of teaching as a career This year about forty girls worked together in exploring the various facets of the profession. One of the main media employed for this purpose was the procurement of guest speakers to discuss teaching as they know it They all gave interesting talks to the club on such things as the qualities necessary to be a good teacher, the differences between the various levels of teaching, and the advantages and disadvantages of the profession. Every year the club chooses a worthy Vice President Kaye Sergeant Secretory -Tre asur er Sherry S outh project to work on just before and during the Christmas season. This year the time was spent in planning and giving parties for two different groups of handicapped children. The project proved very worthwhile as it was e njoyed by the club members as well as the children Also, it helped the F T .A. members to explore the possibilities of a career in special education The officers for the 19611962 school year were : Teddie Hobb ie, President; Kaye Sergeant, Vice President; Dnd Sherry South, Secretary-Treasurer. Miss Brown was the faculty sponsor 0/ America FIRST ROW, left to right: Pot Grow, Mary Bartlett SECOND ROW: Connie Pustis, Melinda Mollohan lyn Mortin, Barbaro Slatkin. THIRD ROW: Barbaro Donovan, Cynthia Neitzel Carol Bryson Marcia Dubbs, Betty Bryant. FOURTH ROW: Helen Cooper, Cathy Dimmick, lancey Sounders, Rita Hendrix, Mary Cooper. Page 68

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Page 69 Barbara Slotki n Vice President tL linda Diamond President The purpose of the POINT OF VIEW CLUB is to prepare students for college by acquainting them with various types of literature and with the authors of individual literary eras. The members read books and at their meetings have planned programs in which they discuss the book, the author and sometimes compare the two with other works of a similar nature Some of the books Kaye Sergeant Secretory. Treasurer studied this year are The Catcher in the Rye, Canterbury Tales, and Ant;gone A separate committee prepared a summer reading list which will be bene ficial to students during summer vacations The club has also planned a definite program which will serve as a guide for furthering the prepara tion of the college bound student. SITTING, l eft to R i ght: Yolanda CanaYaggio, Mary Stallworth, Merry layne Rauscher, Marjorie Flumac h Katie Barnett, Gail Gibbons. STANDING-FIRST ROW, l eft to Right: Carlo Elich, Jeannine J eanni n e H e bert, Koren McCoy, Sondra Kropf, Marilyn Slotkin, Andre a Tarflinger. STANDING-SEC OND ROW, l eft to R ight : DaYid Cohen, Tex F enimore, Jonathon Craig. Keyin Harold, Doug Major.

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K i t Price V ice Presid ent Steve Diamond Presid ent The Chess Club sponsored by Mrs Peggy Ryan, met weekly in room 315 throughout the year. Ac tiviti e s included playing chess and t eaching the game to new members. A tournament determining the ch ess champion of BHS was held at the end Dione 8rown e S ecretory Treasure r of the y ear, and medal s were given as pri z e s An important rule of the tournament w a s : All p l ayers must be memb ers of the Chess Club Thi s y e a r' s offic ers w ere: preside nt, Steve Diamond; v ice-presi d ent, Kit Price; s ecretarytreasurer Diane Brown. FIRST ROW, L eft t o Right: P e ter R ennert l inda D o nley Pot B est, J ean K e n t 8arb(lra Janawitz. SECOND ROW: Joe P eddrick, R ichard Corson, Pot Bar tlett J ohn Marton Page 7 0

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Page 71 SEATED, Left to Right: Lynda Donley, Diane Brown, Sue Lessiock, Lilly Luddy. STANDING: Anne Frediani, Gisella Arosemena, Murriel Juba, Christina Quiros, James Jenkins, Walter Dryia, Kathie McCue, Lynn Baswell, Carol W e ntsler, Kolleen Yocum. The Balboa High School Library Club meets once a month at noon in the library. The organi zation's sponsor is the librarian, Miss Rider. Membership is open to any student of Balboa High who is interested in books and library work This year the club sponsored the collection of paper-Mary Howe President BHS LIBRARY back books for a new section in the library, helped bring the pamphlet file up to date, and super vised the bulletin board displays. The officers consist of a president, Mary Howe; a vke-presi dent, Eddie Rivero; and a secretary, Diana lanole

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Yolondo Conoyoggio President Paul Stor Vice-President MEMBERS Maida Watson Rebecca Monk Sally Galbreath Maria Terrufino Mary Howe Nicole Palmer Carol Bruland Genell Hatten Ellen Gray Osiris Cornejo Sally Cornwell Eunis Friese Bruce Thomas Sarita Heres Ann Beers Cora Herrera Linda Diamond The French Club which is under the able sponsorship 01 Mrs S. Haselden successfully undertook to acquaint interested students with the customs sports, and interest of the average French person The Club met o nce a month and discussed subjects as varied as French cuisine, French col onies, and French wars These programs were always prepared ahead by a program committee Anoth e r c ommittee, the refreshment committee, added a certain zest to the meetings since it was from its source that the members go to sample many French d e licaci es It can honestly be said that the members left at the e nd 01 the year leeling that they knew much more on the French and their way ollile Sidney Townsend Treosurer Page 7 2

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Page 73 Osiris Cor n ejo, C eci l e Marci o c q Montse Burillo P reside n t Tre a s urer V i c e Presi d ent Th e memb ers o f the Pan American Club had a w ond e rful time this year studying th e culture and cus tom s of Latjn Ame rica At many of the meeting s, s lid e s of the different countrie s w e re s hown and s p eec hes on them wer e gi v en. Panama a n d its pro v inc e s wer e included i n the s e discus sio n s A s a s upplim entl to add goity to these se s sions, students r e cords o f the diff e r ent countries and demonstrated their dances. The artistic mem bers did a wonderful job in the school's showcase and on the decorations of the Tivoli Ballroom where the Carnival Danc e was held Thanks to its hardworking sponsors Mrs Bissett and Mrs Salitto, the Club accomplished th e aims it set at the beginning of the year admirably well FIRST R O W, left to righ t : J e onni e C o l b urn O siris Co n eio, Mogal i R eyes S ECOND ROW : Eve Steve ns. Gese llo A r ose m ena, M a rie F e riph i n o, Zo ida G o m p l ey THIRD ROW : Lind o Tassel, Mari l y n Thom as, A Sanc h ez, Pot Me rr eveho. Ann Kos ha FOURTH ROW : Joy H i n e, D Tho m as, J o r ge F ernandez

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Convel'dacion Anthony Scotti no President 'J The Club de Conversacion y Clutura, or the Triple C, as it is more commonly called, gained much standing this year, due to the many cul tural achievements its members put forth and the countless hours of tutoring that were donated by these members to students and teachers of Balboa High School. The active sponsors, Mrs De Armas and Miss Perez, prepared a full schedule of activities that were marvelously carried out, adding gaity to the club's motto of promoting friendship and under standing between the p e ople of the Conal Zone and Panama and, at the same time, acquainting Cfuiul'a Julio Borba Vic ePresident the people of the Zone with Panama's folklore, culture, and language. One of the Club's most outstanding activities was the November third program, in which well known Panamanian artists particapated. Another was the Carnival Dance, for which American stu dents were prepared by Miss Cecilia Pinzon, who is quite well known as a Panamanian dance teacher. Lastly it must not be forgotten that th e Triple C helped the Panamanian Antituberculosis Drive by having a group of its members sell Christ mas Seals in the Conal Zone STANDING, left to Right : Jorge Fernandez, Yolondo Canovaggio Osiris Cor nejo Cecile Morciazq, Anobelle Sanchez Marilyn Moria Ter e so Solono Evelyn Eldridge Gracilioo Vosonick Jul i o Borba Fra : .klin Hine, Mario T e rufind. Kath e rine Barnett Anita Eater, Nancy Winborn She ilo Osbor e Mrs De Armas SEATED: Jom e s Gilb e rt, Christina Bernesee Yohnda Izqui e rdo J e anni e Col burn Sarita H e res, Christina Quiros, Sandy San tana, Ede lmir e Dright P age 7 4

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Page 75 CLICK INCORPORATED FIRST ROW, left to Right : Barbara Toothman Beyerly Bryant SECOND ROW: Florence Barbour, Gloria Wilson, Cath erine Dimmick, Betty Bryont. THIRD ROW: Do,.id Moehrke. T ess Walsh. James J e nk i ns Helen Manning, Fronk South. "Click Incorporated," tormerly known as th e Balboa High School Camera Club endeavors te aid students to become better acquainted with their cameros. Programs ore provided, such as the Kodak International Photo Contest winners' photos and speakers. Students are encouraged to improve their photographing and to enter their photos in contests. Points of interest to the members are visited on trips which are taken approximately once every six weeks with the two final trips combined into one which is exceptional. Some of the places visited this yeQr were the various cathedrals and ruins in and near Panama City, Gaillard Cut, Fort Son Lorenzo, and the finol trip to Tobago Island President Chorles Sanders Vice President Wayne Farrow Secretory Soroh Ann Wagner

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SECRETARIES-FIRST ROW, Left to Right : Cookie Friese Jane O'Conner Mable Eberenz Corol Forb man, Jane Tuckerman SECOND ROW: Mary Kelly, Roberta Patterson, Peggy MocConnell Ellen Douglas Gary Strong Gene linfors John Paterson Ed Rivera Audio Visual Assistants Supervisor-Mr. Sequist Mike Colacicco Richard Cressy Harry Vanloon Richard Frank Page 76

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A YEAR of athletics, of COM-PETITION. The shrill of a whistle cuts the sultry air, a football soars high, and hundreds of fans shout as young bod ie s plunge through the line mightily carry ing the ball across the goal line ... Another whistle, sinewy arms reach frantically to tip the basketball to a team member muscled legs streak across the court and expert hands sink the ball through the hoop ... varsity sports, calling for teamwork and fast thinking coordination, calling for support from cheering fons, calling for the best a school can giv e physic ally A win, a loss-they mean nothing if the game i s not played well .. Page 78

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Marion Claro 2 years Sue Cotton 1 year Melinda Glaes 1 year Nancy Morency 2 yeors CHEER leading our team o n to victory w ith their vig orous yells were eight energetic girls Under Turner their captain, Nancy Morency Shuley Murphy Nancy Turner 2 years LEADERS Melinda Gloes Sue Cotton Betsy Mallory Bar bora D o mbrowsky and Marion Clare contributed much to the excitement of our games. Shirley Murphy 1 year Barbaro Dombrawsky 1 year B etsy Mallory 1 year

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JUNIOR AND SENIOR MEMBERS, BOTTOM ROW lef t to right: L e slie Hendricks. Maggie Mohoney Barbaro Dambrawsky, Wallis Boin, Ruby Bacot Jeannin e Hebert SECOND ROW: P e ggy Flynn, Bobbie Lou Herrington Carole Thomas Becky FusseL Morilyn Ande rson. TOP ROW: Jeanne Holvoso, Carlo Elich. Elle n Wilson Peggy Elich, Kathy Wallace Page 81 FRESHMAN AND SOPHOMORE MEMBERS, BOITOM ROW left to right: Sue Soyster Camille Hendricks Jackie Lovelady Pot Bcnham SECOND ROW : Fronces Dignam Cecelia Zerbinoti, Paula leftridge, Goil Albritton, Ire ne Monzon, Su e Lessiack THIRD ROW: Kathy Lovollee. Constance Postis, Sylvio P e rro Jean Kent, Lindo Fawcett. TOP ROW : Peorlene Jemmott, Jeanne Meyer Joo"ne Meyer lynda Donley Michael)'" Rowlond Kathryn Fallon Kathy Hirt. OFFICERS, STANDING : Margaret Ste'f'ens, presid en t ; SITTING, left to right: Betsy Mal lory, recorder ; Cecelia Morcioq, secretory; Coroly" Davis vice-president.

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FIRST ROW, left to right : Garth Feeney Steve Cunningham Jim Braden, Chuck Moses Robert Washburn SECOND ROW: Dale Stevens Paul Brooks Doug Priester Buford Carter, Charles Cross Bob Smith THIRD ROW: Kenny Anderson Frank Godwin Rodney Winborn Mike Mabry Frank Reichart Danny Michael Doug Major Paul Flannery Mike Ca s saday Jim W i lson OFFICERS Left: Paul Flannery-VicePresident Center : Jim Wilson-President Right: Harry Vanloon-Secretory-Treasurer Page 82

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J o N eff Suzanne Schmidt Page 83 Baton Vale rie Smith Captain With a group of five girl s under the leadership of Valerie Smith, the Baton Twirlers promoted spirit at various school events. One member, Miki Garcia, gove an outstanding performance at a football game and fascinated the fans with her fire baton L e ft to right: Janice Wilson, Miki Garcio. Valerie Smith, Suzanne Schmidt, Jo Neff Janice Wilson Miki Garcia

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Page 85 FIRST ROW, l eft t o Right : W inborn John Wainio Mike Cassodoy J i m Wilson SECOND ROW: Kenny Anderson Doug Prieste r Rusty Pott e r Bob Boatwright THIRD ROW: Fronk Godwin, Allon H este rs, Poul Brooks, Pete Stevens FOURTH ROW: Cooch Anderson. Coach Blois, Fre d Bradden, Leonard The Balboa Bulldogs hod a very pros p erous season this year. Placing sec ond in the annual Christobal Jamboreef we moved into the regular season as s trong favorites to win the c hampionship But our good start with two wins and one tie seemed to cause our h eads to swell; and we did poorly until the lost game, which we won. Th e r e were no r e ally outstanding stars on the team, but we d i d manage to pla y a s a team unti l the end of the season. FIRST ROW, L eft to Right : Charles Crou, Fred Chose Bob Washburn Dole Stevens Paul Flonnery SECOND ROW: B ill Mounts Oollos Manning louis Fre nch, Bob Boring, Ed Wilder, THIRD ROW: Jo e Hunt Jo e Brem er, Richard Walloce, Chuck Moses, Romond Mille r Jim Riley. FOURTH ROW: David 8 y ors Donny Tho mas Wayne l eake, Jim euld, Bill Fields B H S B H S B H S B H S B H S B H .S. C Z 27 6 o o o 20 o SCORE BOARD C.H.S. A C J C C .H.S. A C J C Miami Jackso n 12 o o 6 14 6 14 Page 86

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SWIMMING The S.H.S. boys' swimming team had a good season this year and completed the season undefeated to win the interscholastic championship for this yeor. This year's team captain was Harry Van Loon Our boys team displayed lots of depth, power and speed in all events. A total of nine new interscholastic swimming records were established by this 196162 team. We will lose Harry Von Loon, James Monning and Donny Michaels along with several other point makers this year, and swimmers who will be r elie d on to carry the load in the future will be David Zemer and Roark Summerfield. Page 93 FIRST ROW, l eft to right: Doug Major, Harry Van loon, Stewart Brown. SECOND ROW: Mike Mabry, John Dwyre, Roark Summerfield. THIRD ROW: Paul Starr. Gorret DePipe r Dennis Flannery, Harold Little Jerry Jordan. FOURTH ROW: Donny Michaels David Zemer, Jim Monning. Pete Stevens, Roger Williams, Tommy Gangle Garth Feeney.

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BJJS SEASON FIRST ROW, left to right: Betty Von Dyke. Groce Figueroa, Kathy Barnett, Jo Unverferth, Helen Manning, Kathy Chandler Kathy Jenkins, Jeannie Walker Connie Pustis Kathy Wallace Moggie Mahoney The girls we had participating did an outstanding job at every meet and we were complimented several times on their sportsmanship and desire to win. Kathy Jenkins and Maggie Mahoney were two of our finest swimmers of our team this yeor Grace Figueroa did a fine job in the sprints The big loss for next year will be Kathy Jenkins with no replacement in sight to swim the longer races for the girls put seven new interscholastic records on the books this year. The Girls' springboard diving was dominated by B.H.S. with Betty Van Dyke receiving most of the honors. P age 94

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SENIOR TEAM MEMBERS: Left to right : Dale Stevens Robert Womble Jim Wilson, John Dodge Fred Chose TEAM MEMBERS: FIRST ROW STANDING. Iolt t. right : John Morton Joe Byrne Doug Aseron Wolter Monroe Mc Nair Lone. SECOND ROW STAND. ING : John Corlson Joe Bremer Warren Ashton, Louis French Jose Bibbo. Doug Priester SEATED: Dale Stevens Robert Womble Jim Wilson, John Dodge Fred Chose Left to r i ght: Louis French co -captoi n i J i m Wilson capto i n ; Doug Pries t er, co-captain Page 96

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) BOX SCORES BHS 1 ........................... CHS 5 BHS 10... ........ .IC 6 BHS S . ......... CHS 7 BHS 2 . .................... .JC 5 BHS 1 ...... CHS 2 BHS 7 ....................................... CHS 5 BHS 1 ..................................... JC 0 IHS o . .. JC 4 Page 99 I \ t J TOP ROW, Left to Right: John Carlson, Louis French, Bob Boatwright. SECOND ROW: Fronk Reichart, Rusty Potter, Gene Froucheim, Fred Chase, Jim Riley. THIRD R.OW: Dole Stevens, Louis Engleke, Dave Cohen, MacNair lone, Tom Perantie. Warren Ashton. FOURTH ROW: Fronk Disharoon, Rolph Burda, Chuc:k Moses, Doug Priester, Bill Coy. MANAGERS: Rolph Burdo. Fronk Oisheroon

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Warren Ashton At the time to Zonion went to the press, basketball had just begun. Randy Leber Ed Smithwick Page 104

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" /I" {l ..fi oLeaffue Left to r i ght : Kersten McKoy, Cecili a Morciocq, Corolyn Dovis, Mary Jean Beeby, Loretta Jemmott, Joonne Myer, Sharon Phelan. STANDING: Peggy Elich, Captain. This year a brand new method was used in choosing the girls basketball and volleyball teams that would represent D.H.S. in the games with Cristobal High and the Junior College left to r i ght : Susan Trim, Sue lessiack Pat Basham, Jockie lovelady, Kathie loyollee P eorlene Jemmott, Mary Louise Zerbinoti. STANDING: Paulo Leftridge, Cap t ain. n (l fI..) oLeaffue P age 105

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Left to right: Cecil i a Morciacq, Barbara Dambra wsky, J eanni n e H e b e r t Coroly n Do'f'is, Walli s Sci n STANDING: Margare t S teYens, Captain The winning team of each sport in the afternoon intromurals was given the honor There was much more e nthusiasm for intramurals and the winning teams played very w ell in all of their games II" fl --H oL.eague lef t to right: Morio Horvey, Gail Albritton, S u e lessiock, Pat Basham, Jac k i e Lovelady P eorle n e J emmott. STANDING: Paulo Leftrid g e Capta i n __ I Page 106

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And now we meet the high points 01 our YEAR. Those leatured lew wha toke on elevator to the moon with D stop at every star They have become luminaries themselves ; the sparkle and glitter 01 this, their YEAR. Their brightness rellects from each 01 us and sets the YEAR aglow Page 108

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Carnival Court Montse Burillo-Senior Osiris Cornejo-Senior P age 118

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This YEAR has been a GREAT TRANSITION, too, for the FRESHMEN. It symbolizes the plung e into the unknow n that w e call adol esce n c e the b eginning of maturity Anothe r goal rea c h e d anothe r mountain climb e d fewer o f the meaningles s giggl es of e a r lier years, more of the joys of true a c hievem ent -what does it m ea n ? .. Anothe r YEAR well done. Page 128

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President-Joe Bre m e r VicePresident-Bonni e Earp Page 129 Freshmen Oh how fresh and wide eyed we were when we started! How new and fascinating everything looked. It didn't take long for us, however to become acquainted with the thrills and trials of high school and to take our place among the people around us. Our first event was the election of class officers which was won by Bob Russell Bonnie Earp, and Kathy Devine This enthusiastic and loyal trio proved itself quite worthy of its position under the superb guidance of its sponsor Mr. George Case. We feel proud of the various showcases put up by our committees and of the committees whose work livened our Freshman year Our Freshman Dance a lovely eveot, was well attended and enjoyed by all Now after sampling the trials and perils of high school we feel that we're well on the way to joining that sometimes envied, but greatly group the upperclassmen Although we look forward to future years we will never forget the perplexities, sorrows, joys and emotions we had in this one Sec r e tar y-Kathy Devine

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" z DaYTD Bron"on Morvin Braswell Morgaret Brook Comero Shy Katherine Brotherton Barbaro Brown / l Stewart Brown Dennis Bryson Carol Brysone Beverly Buehler Noncy Bunnell Rolph Burda I Briseido Burdick David Byors Andrea Byrd John Conoyoggio Alice Conn Chorlayn e Corson i George Case I Nancy Chadwick Ruth Chance Rebecca Chancey Kathleen Chandler Rosemary Chandler 5u50n Charbonneau () Mary Charpilloz "" -:. Anne Chovez Poul Chisolm > Aloiko Clare Steve Clarke Oiono Cobb t Michael Coffey ... -John Colocicco ChorlH Colburn Hilma Cooke James Cook 1 I John Cooper I t Mary Cooper Martha Craig Georgia Ctimmel James Culd / Sten Cunningham I Robert Doniel I Camero Shy Richard Dovison ../ I I f Page 131

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Brian Keeney 0, Sheila Kennedy Gregory Kennington Jorge K iamco Myra Kiefer Chri stine Kilbey r Robert Kilpatr ick Kathy Kingsbury Susan Kirby Pamela Kirk land Constance Kirkman Nelly Kirmer Robert Klipper .,.< Scott Knei b --" William Krapfl Mari anne Kuchinsky Chri stopher Kuehler I I Rose Laboy Russell La Fuente ",-' Elizabeth Lane -.. Robbin Lane ... s' Susan Lane -James Lastiniger \ -\ Robert Lawyer I Brian Leake .;:-Mart i n Leidemer .. -John Lemack, Pomela Lesser Susan Lessiack 1 Thomas Lewis 1 t Barbara Lewter George linfors ;-.>or-Harold Uttle Terri Lockhart Carole Lopel L > Jackie Lovelady Aymee Lugo Gail Lynch Frances Lynn .-, Sharon Lyon Carl Mable Adrienne MacAndrews .., I Fronk Major 0::;,. .;;-Gerald Maloney Motth e w Manning '-:.-.1 Lowell Marcus '.-D Harold Marks J I \ / t John Marsh 't Page 134

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1 .... I. Page 135 Rito Martins Vernon Mortin Patrick McCarrogher Chorles McConney Vicki McCoy Coral McCue Edward McFadden Mary McFadden Teresa McGann Cecilia Meriwether Robert Merril Heather Metheney Paul Meyer Donna Michael Margarita Milos Mary Miller Shirley Miller Barbara Millican Stanley Mock Irene Mora M i chael Morrow lindo Noor Miguel Negron Kathryn Nehring Douglas Nicholson Bonnie Noel Pamela Norris Jerry Nunley Sandra Denise O'Donnell Marilyn Oldham Nicole Palmer Normon Paxton Arthur Payne Robert Pearce Carol Pearson Peter Pederson Syl"io Perro Cheryl Peterson Michael Phelon Stephanie Philbrick Catherine Philbrick Elois Phillips Kenneth Phillips Thomas Piekarski Emiliano Ponce

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Russ Poole John Powers Calolyn Price Catherine Price Glenn Price ; Carole Quintal Christina Quiroz .;; "'. Lydia Romas John Reeder Russell Reeyes Jock Richard .", J t James Richardson k Deborah Rigby Coral Ringstead Alida RiYera John Riuo Elizabeth Robertson \ 1 Ruben Rodriguez: Dole Rose Ado Ruiz Robert Rupp Bob Russell Robert Russell I i Moria Santana I Calol Saarinen .,.. John Sargent Loncey Sounders John Schoewe Coral Schafer / I Suzanne Schmidt I Karalee Schotter Stephen Schweer Dole Searle Jeffrey Sears Kathy Sheridan \ SteYe Smith I Edward Smithwick Lynn Sollitto Argelis Sotomayor Fronk South Jr. Donna Southwell Susan Soyster ; -James Spayey Lewis Stabler Robert Storr Helen Stewart Phil Stewart .... -=-Ann Stich y Page 136

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I I I F :/ j ,. Camero Shy -=-a_ .. -. t -1 Page 137 I \ ... I Came ro Shy t :f Harold Still Lydia Suory 8o0rk Summerfield Jane Summer Roger Swaine Barbara Torno Robert Ta,r Vaughan Taylor Gloria Tester Nona Tewinkel Awildo Thomas Don Thomas Sondra Thomas Ste.en Thomas Pilar Thompson William Tillman James TamaRelli Patricio Torres Raul Torres Ronold Tremblay Marilyn Truitt Paula Tysinger Jo Ann Uffelman Janet Underdown Phillip Uribe Robert Van Winkle Daisy Vargas Griceldo Vosnick Doris Vayquez Cheryl Wolker William Waters, Jr lynn Watkins Mary Watkins Russell Watson Mary Weodon Elizabeth Wellington Brenda Westfall Anthony White Patri ck White Courtney Wilder Suson Willenbrook Moryann Williams Donold Willingham Gloria Wilson Jane W i lson Janice Wilson Richard Winstead Ann Winquist

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Gloria Wirt George Wodraska Kathryn Wood Jerry Worsham Howard Young Louis Zarrilli Ellen Zitzmann Thomas Zornes ( \ I I 1 Page 138

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SOPHOMORES . Two y e ars down and two more to go. The end of thi s YEAR mark s th e turning p o int Y our GREATEST TRANSITION thi s YEAR has b ee n in the a cquisition o f exp erience Those days of b eing D newcome r a tend erfo ot are gon e N o l onge r can you plead ignorance of the laws. It has b e com e a n ecessi t y for you t o advanc e, t o make a place f o r yourse lf and your class, i n a gr eate r YEAR t o come. Page 140

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President-Joe Bremer Vice--President -Ken Darlington P age 141 Sophomores Our sophomore year is over, but we'll always hove with us the memories of its triumphs and its joys. Assisted by our sponsors, Mr. Cook and Mr. White, w e made the most of th i s our se cond year i n high school. Our Sadie Hawkins Dance w as fun and w ell attended by upperclassmen as well a s und e rclassmen, with Peggy MacConnell and Joe Bremer leading the pock as Daisy Moe and Lil' Abner. Our showca s es showed careful thought and planning, and our closs officers took th e ir port in leading the bus i ness of our closs. And so as this year clo s es we look forward t o an even more e x cit ing one next fall. Secretary-Ann Beer s

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Vincente Abea Charles Abernathy ""'----" -'" John Adams Camera Shy Louis Adams Gail Albritton .., Tom Alves I I t Harry Ashby .... Victor Aubert Gloria Ballenger Lynn Baquie Haroldine Barkema Priscill a Barnhart 1 John Barrett Mary Bartlett Dolls Jane Bat es Camero Shy Sandra Bauchman Robby Bouman Anne lIIeers Victor Behar Charles Beldon Betsy Bell Patricio Best Robert Bleakley Shirley Blumberg I Gretchen Boehning Dianna Bramlett Barbara Brazile Camero Shy Cam er o Shy Joe Bremer Edelmira Bright Janis Brogie Dione Brown Elizabeth Brown Jane Brown Camero Shy Nelva Brown 1 Priscilla Brown Mike Bruce Eula Bryon Elizabeth Bryant Eyangeline Buenafe Robert Budgen John Bundy f Robert Burgener Liurma Caballero AI Coldwell ... Moty Coldwell Hazel Carnes Teresa Correia Ronald Carroll Page 142

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Richard Corson Peggy Cassibry Glendo Chandler Robert Ciccotelli Michael Colacicco J I Jeonnie Colburn J David Colclasure Priscilla Collins ..;; T erry Conley Fronces Conn Joe Cooke r hJ '*' Nancy Cotton '" ..... I Suson Cotton William Coy Judy Croft Michael Craig Paulo Craig J Drew Craighill ('"' Richard Cressy .-, Bonnie Crowell Charles Curran -Suson Cutter ., Helen Daniel \ Don Darden I Ken Darlingto .. Jose Davila Koren De La Rosby '7 / Denni s Deming Geret DePiper Steve Diamond I i I 0 Alexi s Diaz Susan D i ercks l Michael Dillon ( Margaret Dingwall -Lynda Donley -Gail Dooley \ 0,1 Ellen Douglas Marcia Dubbs Camero Shy . John Owyre / Johnnie Sue Dyer Richard Ebdon I James Ebdon Josephine Eberenz Marsh Ecker Ann Edberg Dono Edwards .., Rochelle Egudin Evelyn Eldredge I f Page 143

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Carol Farbman James Farnsworth linda Fawcett John Fisher Dennis Flannery George Flynt Horry F oste r Richard Frank Jack Frediani l i nda Fussell Tom Gangle Delia Garcia Norrine Gaynor Anne Gilley Edna Gloss Joseph Goff Warlan Griffit h Pat Grow Nancy Grube James Guhlin Harvey Raymond Gail Harvey lerlene Hayden Jane Hearne Richard Hendrikson Eugene Hermanny Marisela Hermida James Hicks Alfred Higgins Franklin H ine Jay Hine Kathy Hirt Jane Holgerson James Hovan Mary Howe Ken Hubona Cornelius Huhn Joe Hunt Diona lanoale Yolanda Izquierdo Rosemary Jackson Pearlene Jemmott J eon Kent Ann Ketterman Neva Kiefer David Kimberling Vina Kimbrough Hazel Kirk I t Page 144

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" I .J' I -"'" f ..... -i t a f Page 145 t 1 leffel Kirkman Dorothy Knox Judi Kancit luis loboy Margaret lone Kathie Lavallee Poulo Leftridg e Dione L ewis Normon Lewter John Lincoln Barboro Linder Ruth Litvin Mike livingston Dionne Lowery Julius Lusky Wolter Lytz Margaret MacConnell Bey Mahone Lindo Mopes Albert Mortin l ynn Mortin Vi'f'ion McColl Kersten McKoy Keith McLeod Jeanne Meyer Joanne M e yer Gregory Michaelis Robert Mikulich John Millor David Moe hrke Robe rt Mohl R e becca Monk Wolter Monroe John Morton I rene Monzon Cynthia Neitzel Henrietta Nunez W i lliam Nordstrom Jone O Connor Non Olson Richard Orvis She ilo Osbourne R oberto P e rez Elv a Perez Roque l P ere z Richard P e rkins Poul P e t ers Elvira Pinillo

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Guillermina Pina Karl Prescatt Toni Price Constance Pustis Susan Rathgeber Elizabeth Reyes Jeanette Reeder T e d Richards Jim Riley Iyeth Rios Eddie Riyero Kathie Roberts Erik Robinson Brenda Rogers Olay Roos Greg Rose Michaelyn Rowland Juck Ruby Santos Samson Ricardo Sanchez Renee Sargent Bari Schoch Donna Secrest Bill Shepard Julio Shipley Nina Shirer larry Simpson Marilyn Slatkin Russell Slough Thomas Smith Valerie Spencer he Stephan Karen Tanassy Cloy Toul Richard Teets Joye Thomas lynda Thomas Barbara Uffelman louisa Ugarte Dayid Woger Robert Walker Robe rt Wallace Esther Watson Sondra Watson Douglas Webster Robert Wheeler Sonia Wilson Kolleen Yocum .:i'-./ -. -"", 'f-r -.... 771". l' Came ra Sh y to t :0. 'f , "'-I .... Camero Shy ;;;-1 ( l I Page 146

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And your YEAR ... w hat does y our YEAR m e an? It has b ee n your introduct ion to tom o rrow. I t has been a most important TRANSITION. Your reaction t o the s ituation s that have arisen this year will d e t ermine your ability t o cop e with n ext year's chol l e nge s This ZONIAN i s your YEAR i n retro s pect too, and D s timulan t t o h elp you fac e the futur e P age 150

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George Fitzgerald President Allan Hesters Vice President A year of fun-
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Gina Albaugh Gloriela Aleman Lilly Aleman Mario Alfaro Marilyn Anderson William Arey Barbara Argerenon Florencio Aroscmena Doug Aseron Paula Badon sky Florence Barbour Catherine Barnettc Nancy Bartccchi Penny Boumbock Carlos Beechner Paul Bell Christina Bernsee Samuel Settsak Robert Boatwright Tom Boehing Bob Boring Lynn Boswell Franklin Brooks Paul Brooks Mike Booth James Brotherton Mary Ellen Bunnell Ray Burda Alise Camby George Casira Phyllis Chose Pot Clorizro Nicholas Cocks Coral Coffcy DO'lid Cohen Charles Crosby Joan Crouch Nancy Cum becker Hilda Davila Marysol Davis Jcan Ellen Dobbs Dorothy Deming Barbara Donovan Ellen Douglos Anito Eder Bill Eldredge Carlo Elich Martha Fahrubel Page 152

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Page 153 M ichae l Farrow T e x Fenimore Morio Ferruino Fronk Finlonson Margie Flumock P e ggy Flynn Mortin Forrest lewis French Gilbert Freund funis Friese Bruce Golton Miki Gorcio Jeanette Garner Reid Garner Dick Gerardi Orosman Gonzalez Dolores Greig Ellen Gray Sandy Holliday leslie Hendricks Karen Henter Sarita Heres Allan Hesters Dedee Holmes Tony Jonkus Barbaro Janowitz Gail Jenrich Earl Jones John Joyner Anne Kosko Roger Kat louri e Keegon Theodore Keggins Richard Keigley Mory Kelly Nino Kimball Charlotte Kissling Kenneth Kline Alan Kropfl Morionelo lorn Pot lawyer Michael Lebrun Mary Lerche" Eugene Linfors Jane Lippincott Priscilla Lloyd Julie Lockhart Bruce Lovelady

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Sue luhr I sabel MacKe nz ie Melinda Mollohan B e tsy Mallory J o hn Marti J i mm y Marti n G rove r Mathe n y K e rr y M c Co y l y n ette M c Gee Patri cio M e r iwet he r G o rd o n M e use Gor y Meye r Nancy M o r e n cy Morgare t M orris R ichard Mor se Williom M ounts Arm i do Nagy James Napie r Jo Neff J o hn Ne l s on Maryann Nita J o Ann Netz Alfr e d O s born R o b ert Panzer J o hn Porker J o hn Patte r s on Edga r Paulk J oe P eddrick Th omas P e ron tie Russe l P otte r Daw n Powell Catherine Price D o ug Priest e r Walke r Pru itt A. Quir o s J o rg e Quiros l i n d a Roge r James Ramb o M e rr y Rau s ch e r Caro l R e m e l e R azly n R h o de s P e t e r Richard Gle ndo R o b e rson Sue R o b erts F re d R o b ertso n lilmo R o drigu e z Sandro R othR o H y D o nna R o s e F 1 1 I ./ J 1 I 1 Page 154

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Roger Rowe ::0::.;;:-Annette Rybicki I Annabelle Sanchez Ricardo Sanchez I .: Anne Sasso -if' a Myrna Sauo William Schmidt Curtis Searcy Paul Searcy Richard Selby I Betty Shaffer Wendell Shepard 1 William Sherman Jane t Simpson Cam e ra Shy Robert Singleton Selma Skeie Barbara Slotkin lester Smith I Peter Smith Valerie Smith William Snyder Terry Southwell I Dione Sparks \ f I Paul Storr I Robert Storr Mary Stallworth Allan Steiner 1 T eri Stephens Dale Stnens I Dione Stephenson Dolores Stephenson Terry Stepp Craig Stoudnor Jeannette Stoute Anne Swinehart Andrea Torflinger Jane Thomas Marilyn Thomas lawrence Thomas Richard Thomas Robert Turner \ Barbara Upton Vicki Valentino Ileana Varela Elizabeth Vargas Virginia Walker Tess Walsh leilani Walston Page 155

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Patricia Waters Don Wellington Nancy Wen borne Joan Whitney Edward Wilder Matthew Wilder Jane t Williar Sandra Wirtz Frances Wilson Ann Wood Frances Yost Terrie Zanakis Davi d Zapp David Zemer Mary Louise Zerbinati Page 156

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A YEAR of classes of ... SENIORS -laughing, blue" serious studious, mischievous ... human Their trials and triumphs, tribula tions and pleasures joys and sorrows combined to make this YEAR their greatest transition The halls reverberated with choruses of their "Senior Song" and their gay laugh ter knowing that soon they would be adults, with nothing left of th e i r YEAR but nostalgic memories ... Page 158

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As we look back on our accomplishments friendships and knowledge we have gained we realize we have reached the primary turning point of our lives Indeed, we can justly be proud of our successful four year jo urney which was not always a successful one Guiding us through the path of the maze of our f i r st yea r w a s our president Butch Zent. Assisting him were Vice President Robert Chandler and Secretary Aloha Shotrosky After making the initial adjustment to our studies, we found that there would be time for fun also The frash-Sap h frolic was now in order, and Reba Kirk was chosen a s our queen When Carnival come around Monts e Burillo and Motion Clore w ere members of the court at the Carnival Danc e At the Volentine f orm al Aloha Shotrosky and Joyce Herring were attendants. Soon, the year hod been com pleted and we were familiar w ith the halls of B H S In o rd er to help u s cross the bridge which would toke u s throug h our sop homore year, we elected Tom Collins as president, But ch Zent as .,.ice president and Jeannine Hebert as secretory Then, we settled down to resume our studies with re n ewe d vigor. However, we didn't have long to wait before we were planning our Sadie Hawkins Dance. l eadi ng the chose a s Daisy Mae was Ginny Janse n followed by Char lene Bishop (M ommy Yokum), Robert Bacot (Moo nb e am McSwine ), and Joyce Herring (Wolfg a l), Tom Coll i ns (Li' l Abn er), Bob D ille r (Tiny), Pete K elly ( Hors e Shoel. and Willie Peterson (Bott l e N eck) were escorts Once again we found ourselves participating in the Valentine f o rmal. This time, J e annin e Herbert and Jeanne Hal vos a were our choices for th e court. for the Carnival Queen's court, Osiris Co r n ejo was chosen Now another activity overtook us, in the form of SA Campaigns. Willie Peterson e m erge d as the victo r for SA Vice -President for the following year Successfully c r oss ing the bridge of our sop hom ore year, we felt prepared to meet with oncoming ch all enges Re e n teri ng in September we trul y sensed a stro ng feel ing of loyalty to our old Alma Mate r l e ading us capably through another year was President Charles Cross Onc e mor e filling the position of vice president was But c h Zent Page 159 along with Marilyn floyd as secretory. How triumphant we felt when our long -awaite d rings of block and gold arrived in time for Christmas! This re ally gave us a feeling of be longing Even though we found our studies more rigorous than ever, we to ok some time off for div e rsion No bulldog likes all work and no play. So, our Christmas formal 1:1 combina tion of work and play resulted in a resplendent success with R eb a Kirk reigning ove r her court of Jeanne Halvosa Charlene B ishop, Ruby Bacot and lupe Lowe Another task we soon found ours e lves undertaking was the Jr.Sr Banquet It was our duty as juniors to honor the deporting seniors with this traditional banqu e t Th e m e nu coinciding with the Alaskan theme, consisted of such d e licaci es as Whol e Blubber (ten. d erloi n steak), Baby Seal (s hrimp cocktail) Baked Alaska ( dessert), and Arctic Water (teo or coffee) As a clima" to the eve ning President Charles Cross pres e nted the seniors with a giantsized snowball from Alaska with all our names o n it. Ned, c om e th e Jr.-Sr. Prom at which Shirley Murphy and Karen Schmidt were chose n to atte nd the court. At the Volentine formal lillian Luddy and Jeanne Halvosa com posed the m e mbers of th e queen's court. R e presenting our Closs at the Carn i.,.al Donee was Vivian Nahmad. After much campaigning, Charl es Cross was elected as our SA President for the subsequent year along with S ecretaries Marilyn floyd and Shirley Murphy Presi d ent Fronk Rybicki Vice President Tom Collins and S e cretory Sidney Ringstead led us through our mighty SENIOR Year as the CLASS of 1962 We all knew that our journey to completion was approaching As we attended the Senior Picnic at Summit Gardens and other activiti es for the lost time we knew that we would be l e aving a well paved road behind us. Upon the receipt of our diplomas we all felt a bitterswe e t combination of sadness and happiness We are now ready for the highways of th e futur e which stretch for beyond the horizon Sa, while we fondly gaze upon the halls of our beloved B H S fo, the lost time, we realize that although we have come a long way from crossing over our first bridge, there is still much ah ead of us. Thus with this thought in mind we the Clo ss of 1962 will go onward fulfilling our hopes and dreams for t b etter world

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Gisella Arosemena Ralph Frangioni Joan Payne Nancy Askew William Fugelso Sa/[y Randel Debra Beaver Melinda Glaes Frank Reichart J osep h Bond Beverly Gramlich Sidney Ringstead Robert Bowman Larry Harrington Frank Rybicki Nancy Browne Barbara Hays Lawrence M Smith Carol Bruland Teddie Hobbi. e STlerry South P a tr icia Calhoun Georgann Kimsey Clarita Thaye r Yolanda Canavaggio Carol Kimsey Sydney Townsend Marion Clare Karen King Mary Turner H e len Cooper Reba Kirk Jo Unverfert/l Osiris Corne j o Sandra Krapf Harry Van Loon Barbara Crimmel William Mallory John Wainio Donna D ea r Cecilia Marciacq Maida Watson T/l e r esa Ecker Kathe rine McCue Malcolm Whee ler David Egudin Marjorie Miller Robert Widell Margar e t E li c h Charlene Morency James Wilson Mary Ess lin ge r Paul Morgan Jo/1l1 Zelnick Marilyn Floyd Shirley Murphy Llewellyn Zent E li za beth Foster Vivian Nahmad Page 160

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Up, up up Camera shy? Come come girls, you've seen boys before! Boys, whot are you doing here!?! My bed wos too hard! I eot W h eofies! Governors galore! Page 163

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Elizabeth Jean Albritton "Jean" Ancon C Z ., 1944 Pan American 3; Pep Club 3; C C C Club 3; Easter Showcase C ommittee 2 Theodore A Albritton Ted" Ancon C Z ., 1944 ROTC Ant. 2 3; Color Guord 2 ; First Sargeont 4 ; Footb all (intro .) 1 2 ; Bosketball 4; Basketball (Intra.) 1 2 ; Bowling (Intra .) 1 2 ; Tra ck 1 4 ; Ping Pong 1; Water P olo 1. Louis E Andino The Judge" Panamo City R P 1944 Drama Club 1 2 ; French Club 1 2 ; Natl Thespians 2 1,4 ; Pon Ame r i can Club 1 ; ROTC 2,1,4 ; Awards Ball 2 1 4 ; Color Guard 2 ; Drill Team 2,3,4 ; Honorary 4 ; Firing Squad 2 1 ; Honor Guard 2 3; Rank lieutenant; Usher Guard 2 ; Christmas Formal 3 ; Valentine Formal 4 ; Football (Int ra .) 1,2 ; Basketball (/ ntro .) 1 ; Softball 1 2 ; Water Polo 1 ; "Tea hous e of the August Moon" 2; "Skin of Our Teeth" 3 ; Androcles and the Lion" 3 ; "The T owers of lIIyum 3 ; A rms and the Man 4 ; T icket Sales Committee 4 ; Chorus 1 2 ; Fas hion Show 3 ; Talent Show 3 Arthur Argerenon Greek" Panama 1942 Photography Club 3 ; Football (/ntra .) 2 3,4, Ant. Coptoin 4; Basketball 3 ; Basketball (Intra .) 2,3,4 ; Track (Intra.) 2 ; Volleyball ( Intra .) 1 Asst Captain. Page 181 Alan Moyer Altman Big AI" Ancon C Z ., 1944 Camero Club 1 ; Chess Club 1 ,2,3; Drama Club 1 2,3,4 ; Natl. Thesp 3 4 ; Pan American 1 3; P ep Club 1 ; Point of View Club 1 2 ; Science Club 1,2,3 ; Spanish Club 1 ; Stomp Club 1 ; U N Club 1 ; Bridge Club 1 ; Scrabble Club 1 ; Sr. Co ordinating Com 4 ; Football (Intra.) 1,2,3,4; Basketball (Intra.) 1 2; Bowling (Intra.) 1 ,2; Swimming (Intra .) 1 ; Softball 1 2; Tennis 1 2 3,4 ; Track (Intra. ) 1 ,2; Ping Pong 1,2; Water Polo 1 2,3,4; Mod Woman of Chaillot" 1 ; "Quality Street" 2 ; "Teahouse of the August Moon" 2; "Skin of Our Teeth" 3; "Androcles ond the lion" 3 ; Beatnik and the Bard 3 ; Arms ond the Man" 4; Red Cross Repr esentati"e 1 ; Chorus 1 ; Glee Club 1 ; Corni"ol Dance 1 ,2 Kenneth J And erso n Kenny Ancon Canal Zone 1944 lettermen's Club 3,4 ; Senior Coordinating Committee 4 ; Football 3,4 ; Football (Intra.) 1; Basketball 1,2, 1 4; Basketball (Intra.) 1 2 3 4; Bawling (Intra.) 2 ; Softball 2; Tennis 1; Ping pong 1 2 1 ; Assembly Committe e 2

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Franklin l. Aseron Ancon C Z 1944 Fre nch Club 1 ; Awards Ball 1 ,2, 3,4 ; Second lieutenant 4 ; Usher Guard 1 ; Sr. Coordinating Committe e 4 ; Game Usher 1 ,2. Nancy Jean Askew Nancy" An can C Z 1944 Drama Club 1 2 ; French Club 2 ; N H S 4 ; C .C .C 3; Jr.Sr. Banqu e t C omm. 3 ; Individual Sr. Pic Com. 4 ; Bask e tball (Intra.) 1 ,2,3,4 ; Bowling (Intra.) 1 2 ; Volleyball 1 ,2 3 4 ; S .A. Rep. 1 ; Usher 3 ; Visitor s Day 4 ; Girls State 3 ; Show cases 1 ,2 Gise lla Ara sc m e na "Chel a Panama 1942 Fre nch Club 1 ,2 4 ; l i brar y Club 3 4 ; N H S 4 ; Pan Americ an 1 3,4; C .C .C Club 3,4 ; library Asst 3,4 Jos eph Arr e guin Jr. Joe Top e ka Kansas 1943 ROTC Asst. 2,3,4; Corporal 4 ; Baseball 3 ; Bask et ball ( Intra .) 2,3 ; Bowling (Intra.) 2 ; Golf ( Intra .) 3 ; Volleyball (Intra .) 2 3 ; Game Usher 2 3 Ruby Thelma Bacot long Island New York 1944 G A A 2 3,4 ; Pan Amer i can Club 1 ,2 3 ; Sponsor 4 ; ChristmaS Formal Com. 3 ; Jr.-Sr. Banquet 3 ; Cap and Gown Com. 4 ; Basketball (Intra.) 1 ,2 ,3; Bowling (Intra .) 1 2 ; Volleyball (Intra .) 1 ,2 3 ; Welfare Com. 2 ; Sadie Hawkins Danc e C o urt 2 ; Chr ist mas F ormal Danc e Court 3 ; Football Danc e Court 4 ; Christmas Showcase Com. 2 William Fredrick Ball Fred Colerain North Car o lina 1943 Page 182

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Suzanne Alex ander Baranowski Sue Long Island N Y 1944 F N A 4 ; Basketb all (Intra .) 3; Girl s' State 3 ; Carthag e Central School : G A A 1 2 ; Cheerleader 2 ; Library Club 2 ; Pep Club 1 ; Library Assistant 2 ; Baske tball (Intra .) 1 2 ; Volleyball (Intr a .) 1.2; Swimming (lntro.) 1 .2; Bowling (Intra.) 1 ; Field Hockey (Intra .) 2 ; Class Representative; G irls' Leader s Club Juli o F Borba Juli o" Panama R P 1943 Chess Club 1; C C C 3,4, Vice -Pres ident 4 ; ROTC 2 3 4; Usher Guard 2 ; Nov. 3 Program 4 Bre nda Arle n e 8arnthouse "Bren" Republic of Panama 1944 Camero Club 1; Drama Club 1.3.4 ; Nat l' Thespian s 3.4 ; Pan American Club 1 ; C C C 3; Che m istry A sst. 3 ; Volentine F ormal Comm. 4 ; Jun ior Ring C omm. 3 ; "Ski n of Our T eet h 3 ; Androcles and the Lion" 3 ; S A Alt 3 4 ; S A R ep 1 ; Visitors Day Comm. 4; Baccalaureate Ushe r 3 ; Dramatics Mary E Barrett Margarita, Canol Zone 1944 Pan American Club 1 ; C linic Asst 4; Jr .-Sr. Banquet Camm 3; Bowling (Intra .) 1 2; Volleyball (Intra .) 1 2.3.4; Train Comm. 4; Chorus 1 2,3.4 Page 1 83 Carlo s Bark ema lajamina, R P 194 3 Football 1.4 ; C Z AllStars 4 James M. Barnes Jumbo" Ancon Conal Zone 1943 Football 1 ; Football (Intra ) 1 ; Basketball ( Intra .) 1 ; Soft ball 1 ; Water Polo 1

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Debra Ann Beo, er "Debbie" San Angelo Texas 1944 Drama Club 2 ; Spanish Club 1 ,2 3 ; Library Club 1 ; Parakeet 4 ; S .A. Alt. 3 ; Visitors Day Comm 4; Dramatics Usher 3,4 ; Girls' State 3 Relt E Beck "Ge ne Ancon Conal Zone 1944 ROTC 2,3.4 ; Awards Boll 3; Football (I ntra .) I ; Basketball ( Intra.) 1 ; Ticket Sales Comm 4 ; Train Comm 4 Victoria Fronc e s Bart echi Vicki Panama R P 1944 F N A 4 ; F T A 3 ; Pan American Club 3 ; Chorus 1 ,2 Patrick A Bartlett Pot Gr ee n Boy, Wisconsin 1944 Chess Club 4 ; Moth Club 2 ; ROTC 2 ,3.4; Sr. Act j,ity Comm 4 ; Football 2 3 ; Football ( Intra.) 1 ; Boske tball (Intra.) 1 3 4 ; Bowling ( Intra.) 4; Golf (Intra .) 3,4 ; Softball 1 ; Volley Boll ( Intra .) 3.4 ; Wrestling 3 Williom Lee Benny Ancon Conal Zone 1944 D ione Jackson Berger "JOlt" CleYeland Ohi o 1944 F N .A. 2 ; Pep Club 3; C .C .C 4; Sponish Club 4 ; Cli n i c Asst .; Freshman Picnic 1 ; Jr.-Sr. Banquet Comm. 3 ; Basket ball (Intr a .) 3 4 ; Bowling (Intr a .) 1 ,2; Volleyb all (Intra .) 1 ,2 3,4 ; Safety Comm 3 Page 184

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Arthur L. Blyston e, Jr. "Art" Ancon, Conal Zone 1943 Dramo Club 3 ; ROTC 2,3,4; Drill T e am 2 ; Rank F irst S e rgeant ; U sher Guard 4 ; ROTC Bond 3 ; Skin of Our T ee th 3 ; "Androcles and the Lion" 3 ; Bond 2 3 Joseph C Bond "Joe" Panama City R P 1944 Camero Club 1 ,2,3, President 1; Moth Club 3,4 ; Mu Alpha Theta 3 4 ; NHS 4 ; Science Club 2,3, Treasur e r 3 ; ROTC 2 3,4 ; Rank Major; Usher Guard 4 Commander 4; Individual Senior Picture Committee 4 Co. chairman; Usher 4; Game Usher 4 ; Mechanical Drawing Show' Case 1 2,3,4, Chairman 1,2,3.4; Architectural Field Frip 4, Chairman 4 Robert St e phen Bowen, Jr. "Bob" Ancon Canol Zone 1944 ROTC 2 3,4 ; Rank Stoff Sergeant ; Individuol Senior Picture Committee 4 ; Football (Intra.) 1 2 ; Basketball ( Intra .) 1; W e lfar e Committee 3 ; Showcase Committe e 2 Robert David Bowman "Bob" Ancon Conal Zone 1944 Chess Club I ; NHS 4 ; Jr.-Sr. Banquet Committee 3 ; Senior Ring C o mmitt ee 4 ; Football (Intra .) 1 ,2 ; Basketball 3,4; Basket boll ( Intra .) 1 ,2 3,4 ; Bowling (Intra ) 1 ,2 ; Wote r Polo 1 ; Visitor s' Day Committee 4 ; Boys' State 3 Page 185 Patricio Ana Gentry.Bonnifield Puquita Seattle, Washington 1944 Drama Club 2 ; Pan American 2,4; C .C .C 3,4; Office Assist ant 3; Panama Independence Day Program 4; Panama Day Assembly 2 ; "Midsummer Night's Dream 3; Chorus 3,4; Carnival Dance 4; Fashion Show 3 ,4; Pan American Christmas Program 2 ; Carnival Showcase Committee 3; Panama Inde pendence Day Showcase Committee 4; Girls' Club l. Dovid Norris Boostrom Dove" Grand Forks North Dakota 1944 Science Club 2 ; Football (Intra .) I ; Soccer 3 ; Zonian Ad Sellers" 4; Asheville High School, Asheville North Carolina; JV Football Captain; Varsity Soccer

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Brenda Sue Brown Brenda Sue Huntsyille, Alabama 1944 Drama Club 4 ; Bowling (Intra .) 4 ; Swimming ( Intra.) 4; Volleyball 3; "A ndr ocles and the lio n 3 ; Arms and the Mon" 4 ; lawton High School lawton, Oklahoma : Spanish Club 2 ; P e p Club 1 ,2 ; Futur e Home maker s of America I ; .. Alibaba and the Fort y Thieyes 2 ; "Ploy" 2 ; Dramatic s U s h e r 2; Sophomore Class Ass e mbly Committe e ; Spanish Club Float Committee ; Pan American Club 2 Melville Stuart Brow n II "Mel Son Diego California 1944 Physics Assistant 4 ; Jr.-Sr. Banquet Comm 4 ; Cop and Gown Comm. 4 ; Swimming (Intra.) 4 ; Water Polo 4 ; Point loma High School San Diego Californ i a : Camera Club 3 ; Chess Club 2 ; Booster Club 3 ; Photograph y Club 3 ; Point of View Club 2 3 ; Science Club 3 ; Counselor 's Assistant 1 ; Office Assistant I ; Jr. Prom 3 ; Sadie Hawkins Dance 3 ; Sr. Ring Comm 3 ; F oot ball (Intra .) 3 ; Track 3 ; Track (Intra .) 3 ; Volleyball (Intra.) 3 ; Patriotic Ass e mbly 1 ; A S B R epre sentatiye 3 ; Safety Comm 1 ,2; Talent Show 1. Robert Franklin Boyd "Bobbie" Brooklyn, N Y 194 4 ROTC 2 3,4 ; Cpl. ; Sta g e Crew "Skin of Our Teeth 3. Frederick Earl Brenes Fred San Jose Costa Rica 1942 Pan American Club 2 ; Science Club 2 ; C .C .C 3 ; Spanish Club I ; ROTC 2,3, 4 Sgt M a jor; Awards Boll 2,3; Drill T e am 2 ; U s her Guard 2 ,3; Footb all (Intra .) 1,2,3; Basketball I; Bowling (Intr a .) 1 ; Swimming (Intra .) 1,2; T ennis (Intra .) 1 ,2; Game Ushe r 2 3 Nancy lee Browne "Missy" Margarita Canal Z a n e 1945 Chess Club 1 ,2 Sec 2 ; Drama Club 1 2 3 ; FTA 1 ,2,3,4, V -Pre s I Pres 4 ; Mu Alpha Theta 2 3 4 Pres 4 ; Mythology Club 4 ; NHS 3,4 ; Point of View 1 ,2, Sec 2 ; CCC 3 ; library Assistant 1 ; Chr istm as Formal Comm 3 ; Ca r d s and Announce m e nts Comm 4; Bask et ball (Intra .) 1 ,2,4 ; Bowling {Intra.> 1 ,2 ; Volleyball (Intra .) 1.2 ; Make-up C omm. all pro du ctions 1 ,2 ; NSPA 3 ; Parakeet 3,4 Editor 4 ; C o-ordi nation Comm. I ; SA Repr ese n t atiYe 1 ,2 ; Safety Comm 1 ; Usher 1 ,2 3 ; Wel fare Comm 1 ; Boccalurate Usher 3 ; Graduation Usher 3; Tal e nt Show; Bulleti n Boord Comm 3 Coral Sue Bruland Carol Panama R de P 1944 Fre nch Club 3,4 ; NHS 3 4 ; Sec 4; CCC 3 ; V al entine Formal Comm 4 ; Cho rus 4 ; Glee Club 3 4 ; Orch est ra 3,4 ; Bacca laurate Usher 3 ; Graduation Usher 3; School TV Program 4 ; Girls State 3 ; Junior Organ Guild 3,4, Pres 4; CHS: Band 1 2 ; Orchestra 1 ,2 ; Yearbook Adseller 1 ; Nurses Aide Club 1 2 ; Closs Ass embly 1 ; Drama Clu b 1 2 ; FTA 2 Page 186

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Beverly Jean Bryant "Bev" San Bernardino California 1944 Future Nurses of America 1 ,2,3.4, Vice President 3; Comera 4; Drama Club 4; P ep Club 3 ; Science Club 2,3; Clinic Asst. 2 ; Counselor's Asst 3; Office Asst 4; Fres hman Picnic Com 1 ; Basketball (Intra.) 1 ,2; Bowling (Intra.) 1 ; Volleyball (Intra.) 1 ,2; Ticket Sales 3; Train Com 3; Choru s 1 ; Girls State 3 Judith Ann Buehler "Judy" Ames, Iowa 1944 1 Visitor's Doy 4 ; Chorus 1,2,3; Glee Club 2 -r Maria Montserrat Burill a "Montse" Panama 1943 Drama Club 1 ,2; Fre nch Club 4 ; Pan American Club 1,2.4, Vice President; C C C 4; Spanish Club 1 2,4; United Nations 1 ,2; Pan American As se mbly 1 ,2; "Quality Street" 2; Chorus 1 ; Carni v al Danc e 1 ,2; Carnival Court ; Pan-American Show case 1,2; Nacimiento 1 ; F orei gn Exchange Student 3 ; St Charles Illinois; G A A ; Student Council Girl s Drill Team ; Pep Club ; Yearbook; G A A Dance; Choir; "S unny", "Fall", "Winter", "S pring Concert ; Drama Jr.Sr Prom Patricia A Calh oun Pat Panoma 1942 Mythology Club 2 ; C C C 3 ; Clinic Asst 1 ; Volleyball ( Intra.) 3 ; Carnival Dance 3; Fashion Show 4; Showcase Com 3 ; Thanksgiving Showcase 1. Page 187 laurel K Bulles New York 1943 Richard Burchett "Dickey"

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Christian Carlson Buford James Carter, Jr. "Buf" Panama R P 1944 Letterman s Club 4; Jr.-Sr. Banquet Chairman 3; Senior Activity Comm. 4; Senior Co-ordinating Comm. 4 ; Football 2,3,4; Football (Intra.) 1; Track 1,2 ; Track (Intra .) I ; S A Co-ordinating Comm. 4 ; S.A. Representative 1 2 3 ; Talent Show 4 Virgil George Camby "George" Colon R P 1943 Yolanda M. Canovaggio Yoyo" Algiers Algeria 1943 Drama Club 2,3,4 ; French Club 3 4 Sec 3, Pres 4 ; Pan American Club 2 3,4 ; Point of View 4 ; Spanish Club 2 3,4, Vice Pres 3 ; Office Assistant 1; Spanish Showcas e Comm. 2,4 ; Showcase Comm. 2 ; Pan American Day Assembly 2 ; T ea h o u se of the August Moon 2 ; Androcles and the lion 3 ; "Midsummer Night s Dream" Zonian 4 ; Zonion Ad Sellers 4; Drives C omm. 4 ; Carnival Dance 2,4 ; Banquet Comm 4 Catherine P Cort er "Cathie" Brooklyn New York 1944 F N A 4; Library Assistant 1 ,2 ; Ping Pong 3 Mike M Cassoday "Kraut" New Orleans Louisiana 1944 Letterman's Club 2,3,4; Math Club 2; ROTC 2 3,4. 2nd Lt.; Jr.-Sr. Banquet 3 ; Senior Coordinating Comm 4 ; Football 1 ,2,3,4, Conal Zane AllStars 2 ,3,4, All Zone Football 3,4 ; Swimming 2,3,4 ; Track 2 3 ; Wrestling (Intra .) 3 ; S .A. Alter nate 4 Page 188

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P enny L o u Ca t r o n Anco n C Z 1944 F N A 2 3,4; P e p C lub 3,4; Scie n ce Club 4 ; Cli nic A ss t 2,4 ; Lib rary A sst 1 ; Bowl ing (In t ra.) 1 ; V olleyball (Intra.) 4 Fre d W. Cho se Cho seB oy" C o l o n C Z 1943 L etterman s C lub 4; F oot ball 3,4 ; Football (In t ra.) 1 2 ; Conal Z o n e AllS t ars 3 4 ; Bas k e t b all (Intra ) 1 2 ; Bowling {Intra.} 1 ; Swimming (In t ra .) 1 ; Sof t ball 1. An t h o n y T C o nt e Tony" L o ndon England 194 3 ROT C 1 2 3 4 ; Ran k Corporal Luis Roma n C a nt y A guadilla Pue rt o R ico 194 2 Tra c k 1 2 3,4 ; B os e b all 4 ; Gl e e Clu b 1 ; Choru s 2 ; S enio r Asse mbly 4 Page 189 Marion Allen Clor e Panama 1944 D r a m a Club 1 3; Moth Club 2 ; Mu Alpha Theta 3 ; N H S 3,4 ; Pan Ame r ic an Club 1 ; Point of View Club 1 ; Clinic Asst I ; Chr is tmas Formal C o m 3 ; Sadi e Haw kins Danc e Com 2 ; S enio r Gi ft C o m 4 ; Volleyball (Intra.) 3 ; SA Alter nate 3; Coo rdinating Com I ; Drives Com 1 ; Football Dance C o m 2 ; Inaugura l Ball C o m Chairman 4 ; SA R e p 1 ,2 ; Visit o r's Day Com 4 ; Carnivol Danc e 1 ; Cheerle ad e r 2 ,4 ; Che m ist r y A s st 3 ; Fre shman Dance C o m 1 ; Tri -HiY Club T o m Har old C o llin s T o m C o l o n Panama 194 4 D rama Club 4 ; ROTC 2 3,4 ; Rank 2nd Lie ut enant; S adi e Haw k i n s Dance, "Lil Abne r 2 ; Junior R ing C o m 3 ; Clo s s Pre s i de n t 2 ; Clo ss Vice -Preside nt 4 ; Track 2 3,4; S A Alter nate 2 ; S A R e p 3 ; Safety C o m 3 ; T r a i n C o m 3 ; W e lfar e C o m 4

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Osiris Mercedes Cornejo Ochi Panama R P 1943 Drama Club 1 2 ; French Club 3,4; Pan American Club 1,2.),4, V P 3, President 4; Point of View Club 4; C C C 3 ,4; Spanish Club 1 2 ,3, 4 ; United Nations Club 1 2 ; Individual Senior Pic Comm 4; Pan Ame rican Day Pageant 1 2 ; C C C Program 3,4 ; Chorus 2 ; Carnival Dance 2 Court ; Nativ ity Scene 1 2 ; Nov 3 Showcase 3,4 ; Carnival Showcase 3 4 Celinda Corso Puerto Amve lles R P 1942 Pan American Club 4 ; C C C 4 ; Basketball 1 ; Basketball (Intra.) 1 ; Chorus 3 ; Fashion Show 1 2,4 ; Christobal H S .: Science Club 1. John Fred e rick Cooke Fritz Chorleston West Virginia 1944 R O T C 2 3,4 ; Rank : Staff Sergeant; Football (Intra.) 1 ,2; Basketball 1 ; Bask e tball ( Intra J 1 2 ; Bowling (Intr a.) 1 ; Golf (Intra .) 1 ; Game Usher 2 3 Hel e n Elizabeth Coop e r Chicogo, Illinois 1944 Drama Club 1,2 3,4 ; F T .A. 1 2 3,4 ; Math Club 2; Mythology Club 4 ; N H S 4 ; National Thespians 3,4 ; Point of View Club 2 ; Senior Gift Comm 4 ; Basketball (Intra.) 1,2 3,4 ; Quality Stree t 2 ; Madwoman of Choiltot" 1 ; T e ah ouse of the August Moon 2 ; Chorus 1; G ir ls State 3 Barbara Jacquelin e Coy Muncie Indiana 1944 Drama Club 1 2 3,4 ; F T A I ; National Th espians 3 4 ; Pan American Club 3 4 ; Pep Club 3 ; Point of View Club 4 ; Science Club 1 2 ; C C C 3 ,4; Counselor's Assistant 2 ; Basket ball (Intra,) 4; Bowling (Intra.) 1 ; "Quality Street 2 ; T e ahouse of the August Moon 2 ; "The Towers of [Ilium 3 ; Skin of Our Teeth" 3 ; "Androdes and the lion" 3 ; Zonian Ad Seller 3 ; Ticket Sales Comm .. 3,4 ; Chorus 1 ; Carnival Donce Comm 4 ; Girls State 3 Jonathan D Craig John Ancon C Z 1944 Camera Club 1 ; library Club 2 ; Photograph y Club 1 ; Point of View Club 4; Stamp Club 1 ; library Assistant 2; Physics Assistant 4; ROTC 2 ,3,4; Sergeont ; Awards BaU 2,3 ; Drill Team 4; Firing Squad 4 ; Usher Guard 3 ; Fros h.Soph Frolic 1; Valentine Formal 4 ; Senior Activity Comm 'i; Teeth 3 Page 190

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Sharon Eli:r.abeth Cressy Highland Park Michigan 1944 G A A 1; Math Club 1 ; Pep Club 1 ; library Club 1 ; Chorus 1 2 3,4 ; Fashion Show 1 ,2 3 ; G A A Dance 1 ; O Fallon Town ship High School : G A A 1 ; Moth Club 1 ; Pep Club 1 ; Library Assistant 1; Chorus 1 Barbaro Elai ne Crimm e l Barb" Macon Georgia 1944 F N A .; Pep Club 1 ; Bask e tball (Intra.) 1 ; Volleyboll (Intra .) 1,4; Girl s' State 4; Woodrow Wilson High School : Soccer (Intra .) 1 ; Home Ec. Fas hion Show 1. Donna Marie Daniel Son Diego California 1944 Drama 3,4; F T A 2,3; Pep Club 3,4; President 3,4 ; Science 4 ; Offi ce Assistant 4; Girl's Rifle Team 4 ; Dramatic s Usher 3 D o nald l. David Danny" Ancon Conal Zone 1943 Fre nch Club 1 ,2, 3 ; Pan American Club 1,2 ; ROTC 2 ,3,4; Usher Guard 1 ; Footboll ( Intra .) 1 ,2 ; Game Usher 1 Page 191 Luisa Monica Critch David Republic of Panama 1943 Counselor's Assistant 2 ; Volleyball (Intra .) 3; Chorus 1 3,4 ; Glee Club 3,4 ; Fashion Show 2 Charles Keento!r Cross "Charlie" Ancon, Canol Zone 1944 letterman's Club 4 ; ROTC 2,3,4, Rank 1st Lt.; Rifle Team 2 3,4 ; Christmas Formal 3; Jr.-Sr Prom 3; Jr.-Sr. Banquet 3.4 ; Master of Ceremonies 4 ; Junior Ring 3; Jr.-Sr. Frolic 3 ; Closs President 3 ; Football 4 ; Football (Intra .) 1 ,2; Conal Zone AllStars 4 ; Boys' State 3; Secretory of State; Assembly Comm. 3 4 ; Moster of Ceremonies 4; Football Donee 4; Get Acquainted Danc e 4 ; Moster of Ceremonies 4 ; Inaugurol Boll 4 ; Moster of Ceremonies 4 ; S "' Off icers 4; S A Presi dent 4 ; SA Representative 2 ; Visitors Day 4; Orientation of New Students 4

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Carolyn Ann Doyis Aneon Conal Zone 1944 G .A .A 1 2 3 ,4, Vice Pres. 4; Basketball AIIS t ors 1 2,3,4 ; Basketball (Intra.) 1 ,2,3.4. Copt 3; Bowling (Intra.) 2,3; T ennis 2,3,4; V o lleyball (Intra.) 1 2 ,3.4 AIISt or Copt. 3 D o nno Lou D ear Cincinnati Ohio Fashion Show 3,4; foshion Sho w Usher 4 ; Other School : Futur e Homemaker s of America I Chairman 1 ; Volentine Formal Camm 1; Library Asst 1 ; D eclamation 1. / Johanna Ann Doyies Jody Pitt s burgh Pennsylyonia 1 944 Drama Club 4 ; Offic e Asst 4 ; Vole ntin e f o rmal C amm. 4 ; Volle y ball (l ntro .) 3.4 ; Arms ond th e Mon 4 ; Vis it o rs' Day C amm. 4 ; Dramatics Usher 4 ; Jr. Sr Frolic C amm. 3 ; Sr S h owcose Camm 4 ; Highland falls High School New Y o r k : Cheerleader 1.2 ; French Club 1.2 ; P e p Club 1 2 ; Bas ketball ( Intra.) 1 2 ; Volleyball (Intra.) 1 2 ; Fie ld H ockey (Intra ) 1 2 Bonnie L. Davis "Bon Ancon Conal Zon e 1943 F N A 1 ; Cap and Gown Comm 4 ; Bask e tball (Intra. ) 1 2 ; Bowling (Intra.) 1 ; Voll e yball (Intra ) 1 2 ; ; Chorus 1 2 ; Fas hion Show 1 2 ; Bot o n Twirler 3 ; Soph Showcase Comm 2 I Woodrow Wilson Dejernette Jr. Woody" Ancon Canal Zone 1944 Natl. Th e spians 4 ; Pan American Club 3 ; F o otball 3,4 ; Football (Intra.) 1 2 3 4 Capt. 1.2; Basketball (Intra .) 2,3; Bowling (Intra.) 2 Copt. 2 ; Softball 2 ; P i ng Pong 2 ; "Androdes and t h e lion" 3 J orge O de 10 Guardia ''Tito'' Panama R P 1944 Pan American Club 1,2; C C C 3,4 ; Spanish Club 3 ; R OT C Drill T e am 2,3 ; Firing Squad 2,3 ; Corp o ral ; Basketball 3,4 ; Basketball (Intra. ) 1,2 ; Bowling (Intra.) 1 ; Golf ( Intra .) 1 ; Swimming (Intra .) 1 ; P ing Pong 1 2,3, Champion 1,2 Page 192

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Jose De Unamuno B "Pepe" Panama R P 1944 Pan Ame rican 1 ; C .C .C 3,4; Stamp Club 3; ROTC 2,3,4; Rank Corporal ; Usher Guard 2; "Midsummer Night's Dream 3. Lindo Ann Diamond "lindy" Panama R P 1944 Drama Club 1 ,2,3.4; French Club 3 4 ; Natl. Thespian s 2 3,4 ; Pan Ame rican 2 ; Point of View Club 1,2,3,4. President 4 ; C .C .C 3 ; Office Asst. 2 ; Senior Gift 4 ; Quality Street" 2 ; T e ah ouse of the August Moon" 2 ; "A Cup of Teo 2 ; B e atnik and the Bard 3 ; Skin of Our Teeth 3 ; "Androcl es and the L fan" 3; Midsummer Night's Dream 3 ; Leonidas and the Towers of Illium 3 ; "ladies of the Mop" 4 ; Arms and the Man 4; Zonian 4; Drives Committee 1,3, 4 Chairmon 4; Pan American Day Assembly 2; Pan American Day Showcase 2 Chairman ; Cornival Showcase 2 Chairman ; Drama Club Banquet Committe e 4 Chairmon ; Girls' Stote 3 Most Orig i nol Award Moble Ann Eberenz Mousie Anc o n Canol Zone 1944 Dramo Club 3,4; FTA 1.4 ; Librory Asst 1 ; Office Asst 2 ; Volleyball (/ntra.) 2.3.4 ; Inaugural Ball 3 ; Fashion Show 1 ,2.4 Theresa Velma Ecke r Terry" Salinas, California 1944 D r ama Club 3.4 ; Math Club 3,4 ; Mu Alpha Theta 3 4 ; Senior Gift 4 ; Office Asst 1 ; Librar y Club I ; Che mistry Lob Asst 4; Graduation Ushe r 3; Boccalaur e ot e Usher 3 Page 193 Olivia Elaine Dial: Oli" Colon, R P 1944 Drama Club 2,3.4; FNA 1 ; Counselor 's Asst. 3 ; Office Asst 4; Basketball 2; Bowling 1; Chorus 1; Dramatics Usher 3. John Keegan Doidge "Bud" Willmington, Delaware 1944 ROTC; Color Guard; Drill Team ; Rank Second Lieutenant; Batallion ( Honor ) Guard ; Track 2 ; Student Council Rep resentative 2

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Mary Elle n Esslinge r Ancon C Z 1944 G A .A. 1 ,2 ,3, Secretory 3 ; N H S 4 ; Science 1 ; Christma s Formal 3; Fres hman Done e 1 ; Cap and Gown 4 ; Basket ball 1 ,2 3 Captain 3 ; Baske tball (Intra .) 1 ,2,3; Bowling ( Intra.) 1 ,2 ; Tenni s 2 3 Captain 3; Volleyball AllStars 2 3 C o captain 2; V olleyball (Intra.) 1 ,2 3,4 ; Zonian 4 Busin ess Manager ; N H S Usher 3 ; Girls' State 3 Wayne Kermit Farrow Princeton Indiana 1944 Cam ero Club 2 3,4 U P Camero 1961, 1962 ; ROTC 2 3,4 Rank Sergeant David Egudin "Dove" Anc o n C Z 1943 Drama 1 ; Moth Club 2,3; Mu Alpha Theta 3 ; Mythology 4 ; Point of View 1 ,2 ; Spanish 4; Jr.Sr. Prom 3 ; S A Alter nate 1 ; V isi tor 's Day 4 Margaret Mary Elich Peggy" Ancon C Z 1944 F T A 2 ; G A A 4; N H S 3 ,4; Science 1 ; Che m istry lob. 3 ; Christmas Showcase 3, Chairman ; Christmas Formal 3 ; Cord s and Announc e m e nts 4 Cha ir man ; Fres hman Dance C o mmitt ee 1 ; Basketball (Intra .) 1 ,2, 3 ,4, Captain AllStars 4 ; Bowling ( Intra.) 4; Volleyball ( Intra ) 1 ,2, 3 ,4; N S P A 3; Zonian Staff 3 ; S .A. Alternate 4; Drama tics U s h e r 3 ; N H.s U s h er 3 ; Gen e ral Showcase Committ ee 3; D e l egote to Girls Notion 3 Morris H F eigenblott Son J ose, Costa R i co 1942 Basket ball 1 2 3,4 ; Golf (Intra.) 1 2 3,4 ; Swimming 2 ; P ing Pong I ; Water P olo 1 Jorge A. F e rnand ez George Panama R P 1944 Pan American Club 3 4 Chairman Showcas e C o mmittee; C .C .C 3 4 Vocal ; Carnival Danc e 4 ; Talent Show 3,4 Page 194

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Frede rick P Field "Rex" Camp Caoke California 1944 Letterman s Club 1 ,2 ; C olo r Guard 4 ; Closs President 1 ; Closs Vice President 2 ; F ootb all 1 2; Coordi nating Com 4 Sari A F ields Smiley Brownsville Texas 1944 Bowling (Intra .) 4 ; Ping Pong 4 ; Volleyball (Intra.) 3 4 ; Chorus 3 Alice Marilyn Floyd "Marilyn Abilene Texos 1944 Moth Club 2 3 ; Mu Alpha Theta 2 ,3; N H S 3.4 Speok e r 4 ; Chemistry A sst 3 ; Awards Ball 4 ; ROTC Honorary Cpt .; Sponsor 4 ; Jr. Sr. Banquet 3 ; Junior Ring 3 ; Individual Senior Pic. Com. 4 ; Jr.-Sr. Frolic 3; Clas s Secretary 4 ; Bask etb all (Intra.) 3 Team Capt. 3 ; Softball (Intra .) 3 ; Volleyball (l ntra J 3 ; Teom Co-captai n ; N S P A 3; Parakeet 3 Exchange Editor 3 ; Zan ian 4, Edit orin-C hief 4 ; Award s Day Com 3 ; S A Offic e r 4 Secretar y 4 ; S A R ep 2 ; Ti cket Soles C omm. 4 ; Visito r 's Day 4 ; Chorus 2 ; Glee Club 3.4 ; Baccaloureat e Marshall 3 ; Graduation Marshall 3; NHS Ushe r 3 ; Girls State, Secretory of State 3 ; Alt ernate to Girls Notion 3 ; Girls State Most Industrious 3 ; Abilene Chri sti an High School, Abilene T exas : Closs Vice -Pres ident 1 ; Chorus 1 ; Octe t 1 ; Stud e nt Council Rep.; Chorus Reporter 1 ; Girls Train ing Closs 1 ; School Ploy, Make -up Comm Elizab e th Ann F oster B e tsy Ancon C Z 1944 FTA 2 ; Pep Club 3 ; Bask etb all (Intra .) 1 ; Bowling (Intra .) 2 ; Volle y ball 2 ,3,4; Ushe r 4 ; Visitor's Day 4 ; Ch o rus 1 ,2 3 ; Dramatic s U s her 4 : Girls State 3 T oni Ann Fisher Toni Margarita, C Z 1944 Drama Club 1 ,2 3 4 ; FTA 2; FNA 2 ; Library Club 2; Natl. Thespians 3.4 ; Pan Americ an 4 ; Point of View 2.4 C .C .C 4; Library Asst 2 ; Freshman Donee I ; Cap and Gown 4 ; Bowl ing (Intra .) 1 ; Softball 1 ; ''Te ahous e of the August Moon" 2; Th e Skin of Our Teeth 3; Androdes and the Lion" 3 ; "leonidas and th e Towers of lIIium 3 ; "M idsummer Night's Dream 3; "ladies of the Mop 4; Arms and the Man" 4, Student Director ; Christmas Concert 1 ; Parakeet 4 ; Drives 4; Chorus 1 ; Drama Club Banquet 3 Paul Michael Flann ery "Milk Bottle Washington D .C 1943 letterman's Club 2 ,3,4, Vice President 4 ; Photography 1 ; ROTC Asst 2 ,3.4; First lieutenant Platoon L eader; Jr.-Sr. Prom 3 ; Sadie Hawkins Dance 2 ; Senior Activity 4 ; Closs President 1. Chominad e High School Mineola New York ; Football 1 2 3.4 B H S Captain ; Canol Zone AII Stors 2 3,4 ; Basketball ( Intra.) 1 ; Volleyball ( Intra .) 1 ; Water Polo 3 ; Co. ordinating Com. 4; F ootball Dance 4 ; S A Repr 3 4 ; All Zone Football Team 4 ; Boys State 3.

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Edwin M Fre akley "Ed" Durham North Carolina 1943 ROTC 2 ,3,4; Awards Ball 2,3,4 ; Rank First Lt. ; Usher Guard 4; Senior Ring Committee 4 ; Basketball 2 4 ; Basket ball (Intra.) 1. Laverne Ann Frediani Ann Oakland, Ca lifornia 1943 L ibrary Club 4 ; library Asst 4 Rolph Kenneth Frangioni Jr. R K." Ancan Conal Zone 1944 Cam er a Club 1 2 3 Secretary 1 ; Photography Club 1 ; Scie nce Club 1 2,3; ROTC 2 3,4 : Rank First Lieutenant ; Usher Guard 2 3,4 ; Frosh Soph Frolic Committee 1 ; Jr .-Sr. Banqu e t Com mittee 3 ; Senior Gift Committee 4 ; Football (Intra.) 1 2,4, Captain 4 ; Bask etboll (lntra .) 2 ; Bowling ( Intra ) 1 2 Captain 1 2 ; Golf (Intra.) 2 1 4 ; Softball 1 2 Captoin 2 ; Ping Pong 1 ; Water Polo 1 ; Midsummer Night 's Dream 1; Skin of Our Teeth" 1 ; S.A. Representative 4 ; Civic Council Elec tions 4; Slide Rule Club 4 ; B oys' State 1 Kerner Eugene Frau enheim Gene Ancon Canal Zone 1944 ROTC 2 ,1,4; Rank Sargeant; Football Intra 1,4 ; Baseball 4 ; Basketball (lntra.) 2,3,4 ; Golf ( Intra ) 2 3,4 ; Water Polo 1 ; Train Committee 4 William Peter Fugelso "Bill" Wichita Falls T exas 1944 NHS 4 ; ROTC 2 1 4 ; Drill T e am 4; Rank Buck Sergeant; "Parakeet" 2 1 Asst. Editor 2 ; Visitors Day Committee 4 ; Boys' State 1; Chess Club 1 ; D ebate Club 1. Rebecca Margaret Fussell Becky Panama City R P 1944 G A A 2 1 4 ; Pan American Club 1 2 ; C C C 1 ; Jr.Sr Banquet Committee 1 ; Cap and Gown Committee 4 ; Basket boll (Intra.) 1 ,2, 1 4; Bowling ( Intra.) 2 ; Softball 1,4 ; Ping Pong (Intra .) 1 ,2; Volleyball {lntra.l 1,2,3,4 ; Chorus 1,4 ; Showcase Committee 2,1 Page 196

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Margaret Mary Gangl e "S horty Anco n Conal Zone 1944 Drama Club 2 ; Scie nce Club 3; Christmas F or mal Com. 3 ; Girls State 3 Sal Gerardi Conal Zone 1 944 Letter man 's Club 4 ; Senior Activit y Com. 4; F ootb all 1 ,2,4 ; Football ( Intra.) 1 ,2 3 ; Basketboll 2 3 4 ; Basketb all (Intra .) 2 3,4 ; Swimming (Intro .) I); T rack 1 ,2 3,4 ; Tro ck (Intra ) 1 ,2 ; Intra. Volleyball 3 Fronk David Godwin Budd y" Jackso n Mississi ppi 1943 \ Letterman 's Club 3,4; ROTC 2,3,4 ; Sgt .; Color Guard 3,4 ; S e nior Acti vity Com 4; Football 2 3,4 ; Conal Zone AII Stars 3,4; Volleyball (Intra .) 3 ; F ootb all Danc e Com. 2,4 ; T icket Sales Com. 4 ; Oth er School : Letterman's Club I ; F ootball; Baseball 1. Moria Eugenio Gonzalez Chuch i" Habano Cuba 1943 Pon American Club 4 ; C .C .C 4 ; Chorus 4 ; Other School : Glee Club 1 ,2,3; Library Asst 2 ; Yearbook Page 197 M e linda L ee Glaes Bremerton, Washington 1944 Drama Club 3,4 ; F .N.A. 3 ; G.A.A. 3,4, Coordinator of Offi cials 4; library Club 3 ; Natl. Thespian s 3,4; Cop and Gown Com 4 ; Bask e tball (Intra .) 3 ; Volleyb all (Intra. ) 3,4; Volley ball AllStars 3 ; "Midsummer Night's Dream 3; Androcl es and th e Lion" 3 ; "Skin of Our Teeth" 3; "leonidas and the Town of Illium 3 ; Footboll Danc e C o m 4 ; Get Acquaint e d Donee 3 ; S A Rep. 4 ; Visitor's Day Com Chm 4; Chorus 2 3 ; Glee Club 2,3 ; Baccalaur eate U s h e r 3 ; Cheer l e ad e r 4; Dramatic s U s h e r 2 ; Graduation U s h er 3 ; Girls' State 3 ; Awards Assembly U s h e r 2; Scie nce Showcase Com 3 ; S c holarship F e deration I ; G A A 1 ; Honor Club 1 Volleyball ( Intra'> 3 Roswitha Glynn Rosie" G e rmany 1944

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Mrs Rita Graham Shoreham Vermont 1927 Beyerly Ann Gramlich "Bey" Ancon Canal Zon e 1944 Myth o log y Club 2; Pan American Club 1 ; P ep Club 3 ; Scienc e Club 3 ; Clinic A ssistant 2 Guadalupe Gora k "lupe" Granoda Nicaraguo 1941 Ted Gosstyla Salemburg North Carolina 1944 Beyerly lynn Gregory Spunky Panama R P 1944 G A A 3,4 ; Pan American Club 2 3 ; Pep Club 3 ; O ffice Asst 4 ; Fres hman P icnic Com. I ; Frosh.-Saph F rolic Com. 2 ; Basketball (Intra .) 2 ; Bowling (Intra .) 1 ,2 ; Swimming (Intra .) 3; Volleyball (Intra .) 2 3,4 ; AllStar s 2 3 ; Football Danc e Com 3 ; Chorus 1 ,2 3 John Will i am Griffis "Jack" Waco Texa s 1944 ROTC 2 3,4 ; Rank 2nd Lt. ; Awards Boll 4 ; Ushe r Guard 2 Page 198

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Graci e la de 10 Guardia "Nami" Panama R P 1944 Oth er School : T e nnis ; Softball ; Basketball ; Volleyball ; Year book ; librorian Sec .; Siterary Academy Memb e r Richard W Hoose Dick South Dak ot a 1944 ROTC 2 3,4 Sfc .; Usher Guard 2 ; Football (Intra .) 2 ; Golf ( Intr a.) 1 ,2 3 4 ; Zonian Ad Sell e r 2 Neil H Hom e n Philadelphia Pennsyl v an i a 1943 Trudy J e an Ham i l 'Trud'' W a ynesboro P e nnsylvania 1 944 Other School : H o m e Com ing Qu ee n Attendant 3 ; Cheerle ad er 2 3 ; Student C o uncil 1 ,2 ; P ep Club 2 3 ; F N A 3 ; Girls Choru s 1 2 ; Mixed Chorus 3 Page 199 Ann e Momsen Hailey "Anne" Washington D .C 194 4 Drama Club 4 ; Stomp Club 4 ; Chorus 4 ; Granby High School, Norfolk Virginia : Chorus 1 ,2 3 ; Bible Club 2 ; Drama Club 2 3 ; Drill Team 3 ; Nonuette 3 ; Talent Show; Hamlet" Jeanne Barbara Halyo s a "Jeanne" Ancon Conal Zone 1944 Office Asst 4 ; Christmas Formal Com 3 ; Chri s tmas Formal C o urt 3 ; Sadie Hawk i ns Dance Com. 2 ; Volentine Formal Com. 2 3 ; Val e ntine F o rmal Court 2 3 ; Senior Actiy i ty Com 4 ; Basketball (Intra .) 1 3 4 ; Bowling (Intra .) 1 ; Swimming 1 ; Volleyball ( Intra ) 1 2 3 4 ; Drives C o m 2 ; Football Court 4 ; S A R e p 4 ; Ticket Sales Com 3 ; Awards Day Usher 2

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KeY;n Edward Har a ld "Key" Brookly n New York 1945 Point of View Club 4; Parakeet 4; Oth e r School : Basketb all 2,3; Science Club 2 3 ; Spanish Club 2; Swimming 2 ; Ping Pong 3 larry M Horr ingto n Son D iego Cal ifornio 1944 J V Basketball 3; Usher 4; Northside Jr. H igh (9th grade), Reno Neyoda : Sci e nc e Club 1; Basketball I ; F ootball 1 ; Band 1 ; Reno H ig h School, R e no Neyodo : J V Footboll 2 3 ; Bond 2,3 William F Hanna "Bill" Cr istoba l Canal Zone Letterman s Club 3,4 ; Swimming 1 ,2, 3 ; Swimming (Intra.) 1 2 3 ; Water Polo 1 2 3,4 ; S.A. Rep 4 Mike Stanley Hanu sc hak Mike Manyille Rhode Island 1944 Fre nch Club 4 ; Other School : French Club 1 2 ; Class Vice Pres I. Genell Marie Hatten Panoma, R P 1944 Dramo Club 1 2,3,4; F N A 4 ; French Club 1 2 3,4 ; Natl. Thespian s 3 4 ; Pon American Club 1 2 ; Pep Club 3; C C C 3,4 ; Jr.Sr. Banquet Com 3 ; Cop and Gown Com 4 ; Volleyboll (Intra. ) 2 ; "Androcles ond the Lion" 3; Leonida s ond the T owers of lIIium 3 ; Arms ond the Man" 4 ; Parakeet 4 ; S A Rep. 3,4 ; Choru s 1 2 4 ; Corniyol Dance Com 3 ; Pan Americon Day Asse mbly 2 ; Girls' State 3 Gretchen Ther ese Hau "Som" Puerto Rico 1945 Drama Club 4 ; Fre nch Club 1 ,2, 3 Sec 1; N H S 3,4 ; Pep Club 4 ; Class Sec 1 ; Volleyball ( Intro .) 1 2 3 ; S A Rep. 1 ; Drama Club 1 Page 200

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Barbaro J ean Hays Bobbie Oklahoma City Oklahoma 1944 N H.S. 3,4; Zan ion, Coass istant Editor 4 ; Bond 4 ; Talent Show 4 ; Other School : Gipsy Boron (Operetta) 1 ; Bond Queen Attendant 2 3 ; Drum Majorette 1 2 3 Feature Major ette 3 ; PreMed Club 1,2 3 Pres 2 Treas 3 ; latin Club 1 ,2,3 Sec 3; Debate Club 1 ,3; P e p Club 1 ; Student Council 3 ; Pre Med Club R e p 3; Tri H iY HiY Model l egislature 3; S ecy of the Senate ( Mod leg.) 3 ; Band 1 ,2 3 J e annine l ouise Hebert Half Pint Panama, R.P. 1944 Soph Clo ss S ec. 2 ; F T A 2 3 4 ; G .A.A. 4; Point of View Club 4 ; Offic e Asst. 2 ; Sadie Hawkins Dance Comm 2; S e nior Gift Comm. 4 ; Basketball (Intra.) 2,4 ; Bowling ( Intra.) 2 4 ; T e nnis 3 4 ; Ping Pong 2 4 ; Volleyball (Intra .) 2,3,4 ; S A Alt 1 ; Inaugural Ball Comm 4 ; S.A. Rep. 2,4 ; Frosh Hop Dan ce Comm 1; Frosh Hop Court 1; Valentine Formal Court 2 ; Volleyball All-Stars 2 Mary Theresa Herring Smiley Ancon Conal Zone 1945 F N A 2 Volleyball (Intra .) 3 ; Chorus 2 3 ; Fas hion Show 1 ,2,4 Janet Ann Hine Jon New Brunswick New Jers ey 1944 F N A 3; Pep Club 3; Scie nce Club 3 ; Stomp Club 3,4 Sec 3 Vice -Pres. 4 ; Midsummer Night s Dream 3; Parakeet 4 ; Choru s 1 ,2,3,4 ; Glee Club 3 4 Soloist 3 ; School T V Pro gram 3 ; Girl s' State 3 ; Pinkie" at Gorgas 3; City Council Elections 4; Spanish Tutor 4; library Club 1 ; latin Club I ; Student Organ Guild 3 Page 201 Mary Groce Hensler "legs" Son Jose Costa Rico 1944 G A A 1 ,2 3 4 ; Pan American Club 2 ; Spanish Club 3; Basketball (Int ra.) 3.4 ; Bowling (Intra .) 1 ,2,3,4 ; Volleyball (Intra .) 2,3,4 ; Chorus 1 ,2 ,3,4; Fashion Show 4 Joyce Carolyn Herring H er ring Panama R P 1944 F N A 3; F T A 4 ; Pep Club 3; Showcase Comm 1 ,2; Freshman Danc e Comm 1; Sadie Hawkins Court 2; Valen tine F o rmal Court 1 ; Cop and Gown Comm. 4 ; Basketball (Intra .) 1 2,4 ; Bowling (Intra.) 1 ,2; Swimming 1,2; Swim ming {Intra.} 1 2 ; letter ed 1 ,2 ; Volleyball (Intra .) 1 ,2,3,4; S .A. Alt. 1 3 ; Usher 2 3 4 ; Visitors' Day Comm 4; Chorus 1 ,2 3 ; Glee Club 4

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Richard Hirschfeld Dick" Colon R P 1943 Drama Club 3,4 ; Natl. Thespians 3,4 ; Pan American Club 3 ; Science Club 3 ; ROTC 2 3.4. 1st Sgt ; Usher Guard 4 ; "Androcles and the Lion" 3; "leonodis and the Tower of lIIium" 3; S A Usher 4 ; Game Usher 4 ; C H S .: ROTC 1. Teddie lynn Hobbie EI Paso Texas 1944 Drama Club 1 ; French Club 4 ; F T A 1 ,2 3.4 Pres 4 ; Mu Alpha Theta 2 ; Mythology Club 4 ; N H S 4 ; Jr .-Sr. Prom Com. 3 ; Cards and Announcements 4; Basketball (Intra .) 2 3 4 ; S A Alternate 2 ; Safety Com 3.4 ; Ticket Sales Com 4 ; Welfare Com. 3.4 ; Chorus 1 ; Baccalaureate Usher 3 ; Graduation Usher John M Hinck Canal Zone 1944 ROTC 2 3,4 Cpl. ; Award s Boll 2 ; Drill T e am 2 ; F i r ing Squad 2 Gloria Darlen e Hinson The Best Norfolk Virginia 1944 Library Assistant 3 ; Chorus 1 ,2; Gle e Club 1 ; Girl s' State 3 Benny Horton B e nny Panama R P 1943 Football (Intra .) 1 ,2,4 ; Baseball 4 ; Basketball 2,4 ; Bosketball (Intra ) 1 2 ; Bowling (Intra .) 4 ; Swimming 4 ; Tra c k 1 ,2 ,4; Track (Intra.) 1 ,2 ; Water Polo 2 George S Hovan Ancon Canal Zone 1944 ROTC 2 Pvt ; Football (Intra ) 1 2 3.4 ; Base ball 4 ; Bask e tball (lntraJ 4 ; Bowling ( Intra.) 3 ; Water Polo 4 ; S A Alt ernate 4 Page 202

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Shirley E Howe "Poo" Fort Sill Oklahoma 1944 Pep Club 3 ; Clinic A ss t 4 ; Volleyball ( Intra ) 3,4; Fashion Show 4. Victor Huey "V ic" San Antonio, Texa s 1944 ROTC Awards Boll 3; Usher Guard 3 ; Sgt 4; A sst 3 H ermeli nda Hurtado "Mellie" Panama, R P 1943 Pan American Club 1,4; C .C C 3,4 ; Chorus 1 ,2 ; Fashio n S how 2 Gary Hutchison Hunch" Republic of Panama 1944 Baseball 4 ; Golf (Intra .) 4; Track 4; l eonidus and t h e Towers of IlIium 3; "Androcles and the Lion" 3; Football Donee Com. 3,4 ; Get Acquainted Danc e Com. 1 ,2,3,4; Bond 1 ,2 3 4 ; Orch estr a 3 ; Carnh' al Dan ce Com 2.3,4 Page 203 Edith L Huff "Edie" Ancon Conal Z one 1944 Sock and Buskin 2; Thank sgiyin g Showcase C o m 2 ; Prop e r ti es Com 3 Fre d Ryon Hunter "Ryan" Ancon Conal Zon e 1944 Camera Club 1 ; Drama Club 3 ,4; Natl. Th espi an s 3,.4; Football {Intra.} 1 ,2 ; Baske tball (Intra.) I ; Bowling (Intra .) 2 ; Skin of Our Teeth 3 ; Andr a cl es and the Lion" 3 ; Th e Towers of Ulium" 3 ; S A Alt 1 2,4 ; Inaugural Ball Com 4 ; B oys' State 3

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Ernest Jaen Guardia Ernie Son Antonio Texas 1944 Rank 2 3,4 ; Usher Guard 2; Golf (lntraJ 1 2 3,4 ; Track 2 3 Loretto Verneese Jemmott Ancon Canol Zone 1944 G A A 4 ; Basketboll ( Intra.) 1 2,3,4 ; Bowling (Intra .) 4; Volleyball (Intra.) 1 2 3,4 ; Chorus 1 2 4 ; Fashion Show 2,4. Mike Edwin Ingram Mike little Rock, Arkansa s 1944 ROTC 2 3,4 ; Award s Boll Com. 2 3 ; Drill T e am 2 ; Ronk Sgt 4 ; U s h e r Guard 3 ; Footboll 1. Robe rt Jock JoEIla Sue Jenkins "Baby Huey" Ventura, California 1945 Pan American 2,3 4 ; P e p Club 3 ; C C C 3 4; Senior Ring Com. 4 ; Basketball (Intra .) 2 3 ,4; Volleyball ( Intra J 2 3 4 ; Chorus 2 3 Kathleen Jenkin s "K athy" Philad e lph i a P ennsyl yani a 1944 Drama Club 1 2 3 4 ; G A A 3 4 ; Natl. Thesp ians 2,3,4 ; Secretory 3 ; Jr .-Sr. Prom 3 ; Valentine Formal 4 ; Foshion Show 1 2 ; Boske tball (Intra .) 1 2 ; Bowling (Intra.) 2; Swimming 2 3,4 Captain 3 ; Androcl e s and the Lion"; Teahouse of the August Moon"; "Ski n of Our Teeth"; "Arms and the Man" ; Quality Street" Page 204

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James Hartford J ohnson Panama City, R P 1943 Jo se ph Edward J ohnson Joe" Etowoh T e nn essee 1942 letter man s Club 2 3 T ennessee; Foo tball 1 2 3 T e nn e ss ee ; Bas e ball 1 2 T e nn essee William Dodg e Kee p e r s "Bill" Ancan C Z 1944 Ch ess Club 4; Squad L e ad e r 3,4 ; Ushe r Gua r d 1 ; Track 4 ; C ivic Council Elections 4 Carol L o u e lla Kim se y F o rt Myer s Flo r i da 1944 J C .l. 2 3; Lat i n Club 1 ,2.3; Lat i n Club and local J C .l. S e c retary 2 Pre s i d e nt 3 ; Cla ss Tr e a sure r 2.3 ; S e cr etary Treasure r C H S Ch orus 3; P e p Club 1), 3,4 ; G A A 2 ; J u n ior TriH i Y 1 ; Scie nce C lub 3 ; Junior Hall owee n Carniyal Or g anizing C o m.; Junior Pro m Organ i z i n g C o m ; Jun io rS e nior Prom Banquet Ent ert ainm ent; Jun ior Clo ss Plo y ; Ch orus 1 2 3.4; Sop h o mo re Class parties.-Orgon i zing C o m.; Spec ial F eature Edi t or o f C loverleaf" 3 ; Cloye rdol e H S Qu ee n ; S e n i o r Actiyities C o m ; Safety and W elf are C o m 4 P age 205 Charl e n e Johnston P yote. T e xas 1944 J o l ee n Ann Jones Jo Kings t o n No rth Car o l i na 1943 F T A 1 2 ; F N .A. 3.4; P e p Club 3.4 ; Sci e ncp. Club 4 ; Basket ball (Intra.) 1 ; Glee Club 1 2 ; Cheerleade r 2 ; Aur o ra H i gh S c hool ; F H A 1 2

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Reba Mae Kirk Ancon Canal Zone 1944 Cam er a Club 1 ; Pan American Club 1 2,4 ; Office Asst 4 ; ROTC 4 ; Ronk Captoin; Sophomore Showcase Committee 2 ; Christmas Formal 3, Queen ; Frash.Soph Frolic 1 Frosh Queen; Jr.Sr Prom 3 ; Cop and Gown Committee 4 ; Bowling (Intra.) 1 ; Volleyball (Intra .) 1,2; Girls' State 3 Louis R Kirkman Louie" Indianapolis, Indiana 1943 Basketball {Intra.} 4 ; Basketball 4 ; Bowling (Intra.) 4; Arms Ol1d the Man 4; lowerence Central High School : HiY 3 ; Bible Club 3 ; Pep Club 1 2 3 ; Drama Float 3 ; Varsity Base ball 1 ; Frosh Basketball 1 ; Bowling Intra 3 ; Basketball (Intra.) 2,3, G eo rgann Crain Kimsey "Annie" Fort Myers Florida 1944 Senior Activ i ty Committ ee 4 ; SA Alt ernate 4 ; Safety Cam mittee 4 ; Choru s 4 ; Glee Club 4 ; Junior Classical League 1 2 3 ; Junior Red Cro ss 1.2 ; Science Club 1 2 3 Secretary 1 3 ; GAA 1 2 ; Char us 1 ,23; Drama Club 1; Pep Club 1 2 3 ; Junior Prom Decorations Committee 3 ; Holow ee n Carn i,al D ecorations 2,3 ; MC of OAS day ; Librar y Asst. 2 3 Karen Marie King Sharon Pennsyl,ania 1944 Point of View Club 4 ; Jr. Sr Prom Committee 3; Cards and Announcements C ommittee 4 ; Christmas Showcas e Com mittee 3; Basketball (Intra.) 3 ; Volleyball (Intra.) 3,4 ; Zonian Ad Sellers 4; Ticket Sales Committ ee 4; Visitors' Day Committee 4 ; Gle e Club 4 ; Baccalaureat e U s h er 3; Graduation Usher 3 ; School TV Program 3 ; Ci,ic Council Elec tions 4 ; Don Julio High School : Office Asst 1 Karen Elizabeth Kneib Liz" Salinas California 1944 Drama Club 2 ; Pan American Club 4 ; Senior Acti,ity Com mittee 4; Midsummer Nights Dream 3; S A alternate 4 ; Drives Com 3; Ticket Sales Com 3 ; Train C omm. 3 ; Usher 2 ; Chorus 2.3 ; Glee Club 3; Dramat ics Usher 2 ; Fashion Show 4 ; Baton Twirler 3 ; Valentine Showcase 3 Patricia Earl Kocher "rish Margarita. Conal Z o ne 1944 Drama Club 1 2 3 ; Pep Club 3 ; Office Assistant 1 ,3, 4 ; Senior Ring Com 4; Bowling (Intra.) 1 ; Dramatic s Usher 2 3 Page 206

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Tina Christine Koenig "Tina" Ancan C Z 1944 Drama Club 1 ,3; Pan American Club 3 ; P e p Club 3; Science Club 2 ; C .C .C Club 2 ; Frosh .-So ph Frolic Com. 1 ; Basket ball (Intra.) I ; Volleyball (I ntra ) 2 ; Fashion Shaw 4 Sondra Jun e Krapf Sandy St Louis, Missouri 1945 Fre nch Club Presid e nt 3; Pan Ame r ican Club 3 ; Paint of View Club 4; C C C Club 3 ; T e nni s 3; Zan ion 4 ; S A Alt ernate 4; Cho r u s 2. Charles Elwood Liley Chuck Colo rado Springs Colorado 1944 Bas k e tball 3 ; Chess Club 2; B oo k Store 1. Frances B Lindh Fran Panama City 1944 Bowling (lntro.) I ; Volleyball (Intra ) 2; Ticket Sales Com. 1; Chorus 3 Page 207 Charles Ronald Lav alle e Charlie Panama 1944 ) I letterman' s Club 2 3,4; library Asst 1; ROTC 2,3,4; Rank Captain Battalion Officer 2,3,4; Awards Ball 4; Color Guard 4; Rifle Squad 3 4 ; Usher Guard 2; Field Night Best Platoon 3 ; Senior Coordinating Com 4; Football 2 3,4; Manager Train e r ; Canol Zone AllStars 2 3 ; Manager Trainer Base ball 3 ; Manager Trainer Statistician ; Bowling ( Infra.) 2; Golf (Intra.) 3,4 ; Softball 3,4; Lett e rman 's-Teacher's Softball Game ; Ping P ong 2; F ootb all Donee 3 ; Ticket Sales Com 3 ; Awards Day Com. 3,4 Morton Frederick le Vee Fred" Ancon C Z 1943 ROTC 2 ; Rank Private ; Footb all (Intra .) 1 ; Bowling (Intra.) 2 ; Ping Pong 2

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J ohn Howell lubero B o Ha c n o Panoma Cit y R f 1 944 Lillion E Ludd y "lilly Anco n C Z 1 944 F N A 1 ; library Club 1 ,4 ; Pan Americ an 1 3 ; C C C 3.4 ; L ib rar y Asst. 4 ; F ros h.-Sopn Fro l ic 1 ; S e nior Rin g 4 ; V olley ball (Intra ) 1 4 ; SA Rep. 1 ; Ch orus 1 3 ; G ra d ua tio n U s h er 1 ; Jam bor ree F ootb all Q u e e n 4 ; V a l e n tine C o u r t 3 ; O ffice Asst. Boon e High Schoo l O rla ndo, F lorid a 2 ; O ffic e Asst -Miam i Flori da 2 ; Volleyb a U (In t ra .) M ia mi Florid a 2 Ray m o nd H enry Lloyd Ponama R P 1 943 Mary Guadalup e L owe "Lupe" M exico C i t y Mexico 1 943 D rama Club 1.2 .3.4 ; L i brar y 3 ; Pan Americ an 1 2 3 4 ; library Ass t 3 ; Chri s tmos F o rmal C o urt 3 ; Frosh.-Soph Fro l ic 2 3 ; Ind Sr. Pic. 4 ; Bas k e tball ( Intra .) 2 3 4 ; Bowl i n g (Intra.) 2 ; S o ftball 2 ; V olleyball (Intra ) 1.2 .3.4 ; Foot b oll Donce 3 ; G e t A c qua i nted Dance 3 ; U s h er 3; Ch orus 1,2 3 ; Tal ent Show 4 ; Summ e r Ori entation U s h e r 3 ; Christma s F o rmal Court 3 Mic ha e l T Mob r y Mike" T a m pa Flo r i d a 1944 Lett e r m an 's Club 4; Val e nti n e For mal C o m 4 ; Football 4 ; Swimmi n g 4 ; Swimming (Intra.) 4 ; Bond 1 2 ; Orch estra 1 2 4 ; T a l e n t Sho w 4 ; W res tling (Intra.) 3; Wakefi eld H i gh Arl ing to n Vir gi n i a : Varsi t y G y mnast i cs 2 ; G y mna s tic Club 2 ; J udge-(lntra.) Gymn a stics 2 Patrick J ohn Mah o ney "Pat" Colon R P 1944 Science C lub I ; Awards Ball 2,4 ; C o l or Gua r d 4 ; Rifle T e a m 2 3 4 ; Football (Intra.) 1 2 ; Wate r P o l o ; G e n eral S cie nce D isp l a y 1 ; Scienc e Sho wca se Com I Page 2 0 8

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Douglas M Major "Doug" Long Beach, Califor nia 194 4 Drama Club 4 ; L etterman' s Club 3 4 ; Pan American 1 ; Point of Vie w 3,4 ; Physics Asst 4 ; Awards Ball 3 ; First Lieutenant ; Jr .-Sr. Banqu e t 3; Valentine Formal 4 ; Senior Co ardinati n g 4 ; Football (Intra.) 1 2 3,4 ; Captain 2 ; Basketball (Int ra .) 1.2,4 ; Bowling (Intra.) 1 2 ; Swimming 2 3,4 ; Swimming (Intra.) I ; T e nnis 2 3,4 ; Track (Intra .) 1,2 ; Ping Pong 2 ; Volleyball (Intra .) 3 ; Water Polo 1 3 ; Game Usher 2; Boys' State 3 Tre a sure r Aud i tor ; Civic Council Elections 4 Donald Aecher M ollohan "Oon" Milwaukee Wisco nsin 1944 Library Ant. 1 2; ROTC 2 3,4 : Awards Boll 3 ; Sargeant; Christmas F o rmal 3 ; Freshmon P icn i c 1 ; Jr.-Sr. Pro m 3; Jr.-Sr. Banquet 3 ; Sadie Hawkins 2; Basketball 2 ; Bow ling (Intra.) I ; Swimming 1 ,2; Swimming ( Intra.) 1 ; Softball 2; Ping Pong 1 2 ; Wate r Polo 1 2 ; Science Showcase ; Biology Showc a se Anita L y nn Mopes Aransas Pass, T ex a s 1943 Dramo Club 2 3 4 ; German Club 2,3,4; P ep Club 1; Chr istmas Formal 1 3 ; J r .-Sr. Prom 3 ; Jr.-Sr. Banquet 3 ; Volentine F o rmal 1 2 ; Jr. Ring 3 ; Basketball (Intra.) 2 ; Volleyball (Intra.) 1 3 ; Lad ies of the Mop 4 ; Assembly C om m 1 ,2 3 ; Drive s Comm 2 3,4; Ticket S al es C amm. 3; Visitors Day Comm 1 ; Chorus 1); Carni val Donee 1 ; Dramat ics Usher 3,4 ; Fash ion Show 1 ; Newspaper t; Dance Club 2 Robin Kent Mapp Kent" V i rgini a 1942 Cam ero Club 1 ; Letterman's Club 2 3; Clo ss Sec retor y 2; Foo tball 2 3 ; Baseball 1 2, 3 ; Basketball 1 2,3 ; Track 1 2 3 ; Yearbook 3 ; Bond 1 4 Page 209 William Borton Mallory III Bart New River, North Car oli na 1944 Drama 3,4, President 4; Mu Alpha Theta 2; N H S 4; NatL Th es pians 3,4, Vice -Pres ident 4; Drill Team 2,3; Firing Squad 3 ; Lie ut enant; Jr.Sr Prom 3 ; Cap and Gown 4, Chairman ; F ootb all (Intra .) I ; Golf ( Intra.) 1 2 ; Swimming ( Intra .) 1 ; Water Polo 1 ; Business Manager of Midsumm er Night s Dre am 3 ; Roosevelt Centennial 1 ; Skin of OU( Teeth" 3 ; Androcl es and the Lion" 3 ; Midsummer Night 's Dream" 3; L eo nidas and the Tow e r of IIlium 3 James B e njamin Manning Jim Colon R P 1944 Letterman 's Club 2 3 ; C C C A wards Boll 2 ,3; Jr.-Sr. Prom 3 ; Jr.Sr Banquet 3 ; Swimming 1 2 3,4 ; A sse mbly Comm 1 2,3; Visitor's Day 4

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Johnny G Marcum "Jose Jiminez Riverside California 1944 C .C .C 3,4 ; ROTC 2 3,4 ; 1st Sergeant 4 ; Cop and Gown Com. 4 ; Football 2 ; Football (lntras,) 1.2 ; Baseball 3 4 ; Basketball ntras .) 1 ,2; Swimming (lntr05 ) 1 ; Track (l nt,05 .) 1 ; Wate r Polo 1; Talent Show 2 3 Jeannette Martens "PNut" Son Jose Costa Rico 1944 Future Nurses of America 3,4 Secretory ; Office Asst 4 ; Fashion Show 1 2 3 T o n i Sue Marcy T o ni" Panama R P 1943 C eci l e Mar cioc q Cec i" Panama R de P 1944 G A A 3,4 ; G .A.A. Sec 4 ; Pan American Club 3 ,4, S e c 4; C .C .C 3,4 ; Stomp Club 4 ; Basketball AllStar s 3,4 ; Bas ketball ( Intras .) 3,4 ; Captain 2 ; Bowling ( Intra s.) 4 ; T ennis AllStar s 3,4 Coptoin 1 ; Volleyball (lntros.) 3,4 Captain 3; L i ttl e Women 1 ; Twelfth Night 1; Get Acquainted Danc e 2 ; N otre Dome Acad emy 2 ; Visitor s Day Com. 1.2 ; Chorus 1,2 ; Accordion Bond 3 .4, S e c 4 ; Carnival Donee 3 ,4; Bacc o l aur eate Usher 1 ; Fashion Show 1; School TV Program 1 ; Tal e nt Show 1 ,2 ; Cadets 1 ; Track (lntros .) 1 ; Alma College Ping Pong Team 1 ; Notre Domes Ping Pong Team 2 ; United Notions Presentotion 1 ; Students Christian M oveme nt 1 ; Dramatic Club 1.2; French Club 1 2 ; Camero Club 1 ,2 ; Span ish Club 2 ; Library Asst 1 ; Alma College Choral Club l. Teddy C Marti Ted Panama, R P 1944 ROTC Asst 2 3 4 Sfc 4 ; Footboll (Intra .) 1 ; Track (Intra .) 1. John Edwin McCarragher Jr. Butch" Ancon C Z 1944 ROTC Asst. 1 ,2 ; Drill Team 2 ; ROTC Corporal 2 ; Ushe r Guard 1 ; Senior Gift Comm. 4 ; Football (lntra.) 1 ,2 ; Chorus 1. P a ge 210

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Betty Jane McCullaugh Janie Jahnstawn Pennsylvania 1942 F N A 2 3,4 : Pep Club 3 ; Science Club 1 2 ; Stamp Club 2; U N Club 2 ; Basketball (Intra .) 1.2 3,4: Bowling ( Intra .) 1 2 ; Volleyball (lntro .) 1 2 3,4 ; Band 2 3.4 ; Chorus 1 2 3.4 Charles McFadden Richard McNatt Dick" Panama, R P 1943 Science Club 1; Spanish Club 1; Freshman Picnic 1; Jr.-Sr. Prom 3; Football (Intra .) 1 2 3 ; Baseball 4 ; Bowling (Intra ) 1 ; Golf (Intra .) 1; Softball I ; Track 4 ; Track (Intra .) 1 2 ; Water Polo 1 2; Drives Committee 3 Mariella C Meggers Panama R P 1944 F N A 1 ; Natl. Thespians 1.2 ; Pan Ame rican Club 1 2 3 ; Span ish Club 1 2 3 ; Fre shman Picnic 1 ; Frosh .Soph Frolic 2 ; Baske tball ( Intra.) 1 2 ; Volleyball (Intra .) I ; Mod Woman of Choillot 2 ; Chorus 1 2 3,4 ; Carnival Dance I Page 211 Lorry Douglas McFarland Mac" Missoula, Montana 1943 David Gregg McKenna "Dave" Baltimore, Maryland 1943 ROTC 2 3.4; Drill Team 2 3,4, Commander ; Firing Squad 2 3.4 Commander ; Rank First Lieutenant ; McDonagh High School : Closs Secretory 1 ; Football 1 ; Baseball 1 ; Basketball (Intra .) 1.

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William J Millar "Bot" Panama 1944 Etta J Miller "Etti" Panama R P 1944 French Club 1,2 ; library 4; Pep Club 3 ; Clinic Asst 2 ; library Asst 3,4 ; Basketball ( Intra.) 1 ; Volleyball (Intra .) 3 Robert Frances Meyers Bob" Ancon C Z 1944 ROTC 2,3; Cadet Corporal ; Awards Boll 3 ; Football Sub Varsity 2 ; Football ( Intra.) 1 2 3 ; Track (Intra .) 1 ,2,4. Donny Roy Michael "Danny" London, England 1944 Letterman s Club 3.4 ; Second lieutenant 2 3 4 ; Jr. -Sr Banquet ; Swimming 3,4 ; S A Representative 3 ; Safety Com 4 ; Train Com. 4 ; Welfare Com 4 Marjorie Jean Miller "Marge Ancon C Z 1944 Chess Club 1 ,2 ; Drama Club 2 ; Math Club 2 ; N H S 3 4 Vice President 4; Science Club 2 ; Frosh .Saph Frolic 1; Jr.Sr. Prom 3 ; Cords and Announcements 4 ; Basketball ( Intra .) 1 ; Bowling (Intra.) 1.2 Captain ; Volleyball (Intra .) 1 2 ; S A Alternate 2 ; Inaugural Boll 4 ; Bond 1 ,2 3,4 ; Baccalaureate Usher 3 ; Dramatics Usher 2 ; Graduation Usher 3 ; Accordion Bond 3 4 ; Isthmian Guild of Student Organists 3,4 ; Organist 3,4 ; Chemistry Asst 3 ; Tutor 4 ; Noon Orch e stra 3 ; Girls State 3 Lt. Governor Sheila Frances Mitten Ancon, C Z. 1943 Spanish Club 3 Penn Hall Chambeisburg Po.; Sadie Hawkins Donee 2 ; Bowling (Intra .) 4 ; Golf (Intra .) 4 ; Ping Pong 4 ; Chorus 1 ; Fashion Show' 2 Page 212

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Susann e Mitt e n "Sue" Ancon C Z 1943 Spanish Club 3; Sadie Hawkins Dance Com 2 ; SA Alter nate 2 ; Chorus 1 ; Fashio n Show 1 ,2; Tennis (Intra.) 4; Basketb all (Intra .) 4 William Paul Mohl Bill Ancon, C Z 1944 ROTC Guards Ball 2 (' Earl Edward Mullins Jr. Ancon Canal Zan e 1944 Shirley Ann Murphy Panama R de P 1944 Drama Club 1 ,2,3, 4 ; F N A 1 ,2 3 ; N H S 4 ; Nahonal Th es pians 3 ,4; Pan Ame rican Club I ; ROTC Spon s or 4 ; Rank Captain ; Frosh .Sopk Frolic 1 ; Jr.-Sr. Prom Com. 3 ; "Quality Street" 2; Midsummer Night 's Dream" 3 ; "A Cup of T e a 2; "Androc1es and th e Lion" 3; S A Alternate 1 ,2,3; S A Off ice r 4 ; Visitor's Day 4 ; Baccalaureat e Marshal 3 ; Che e r l eade r 4 ; Dramatic s Ushe r 1 ,2 3 ; Graduation U s her 3 ; Girls' State 3 Page 213 Charlene Marie Morency "Char Ancon, C Z 1944 Clinic Asst 2; N S P .A. 3 ; Quill and Scroll 4; Zonian 3,4; Zonion Asst Editor 4; SA Alternate 3 ; Chorus 1 ; Glee Club 1 ; Baccalaureate Usher 3. Paul Woodrow Morgan Buddy Ancon, C Z 1944 Mu Alpha Theta 3,4 ; ROTC 2 3,4; Rank Sergeant ; Christmas Com. 3 ; Individual S e nior Picture Com 4; S A Rep. 3; Safety Com. 4 ; Welfare Com 4 ; Band 1.2,3,4 ; Tal ent Show 1 ,2 ; Boys' State 3 ; Tutor 3 ; ROTC Band 3 ; Noon Orchestra 3

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Ronald P N e s s l e r Moochie Orlando Florida 194 3 Drama Club 1 2 ; C .C .C 3 ; Football ( Intra .) 1 2 ; Bas k e tball (l ntra .l 2 ; Bowl ing )Intra .) 1 2 ; Swimming (Intra'> 3 ; Track 4 ; Track (Intra .) 1,2 ; Volleyball (Intra'> 1 ; Mad W o man o f Chaill a t 1 ; Cho rus 1 ,2 3 ; Glee Club 1 2 3 Ca ssandra Kay Newb erry Sandy Oak Grove, l o uisiana 194 4 Drama Club 2 ; Spanish Club 2 ; Clinic Assistant 4 ; Chorus 2 K aren l ee Nadea u "Binki" Margarit a C Z 1 944 F N A 1 ,2 ; S cien ce Club 1 ; C ounsel o r's Assista n t 2 ; libr ary A ssistant 1 ; Card s an d Announce m e nts 4 ; Volle yball (In tr a .) 1. V ivian Z Nahma d Panama R P 1 944 Drama Club 1 ; Fre n c h C l u b 3 ; Pan A m e r ic an Club 1 ,2 ; C .C C 3,4 Pres. 3 ; Unit ed Notion s Club 1 ,2 ; Clin ic Assist a nt 1 ; S e n ior A cti v i t y Com 4 ; P ing P o n g 1 ; U s h e r 2 ; Visit or s Day 3 ; Carni val Danc e 2 3 G e org e E N ords tr o m George" Cri s t o bal C Z 1 94 2 Ana Margar ita Oli v a Ana Guate mala 1 944 Pan Ame rican Club 4 ; C .C .C 4 ; Pan A m er i ca n D ay PrO gram 2 ; Chorus 2,4; Oth e r S c hool : Chor u s 1 Page 214

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George O 'M a sta Panma R P 1944 ROTC 2 3 4 ; ROTC Rank Sargeant; Football (Intra.) 1 2 ; Bosketboll (Intra.) 1 ,2; Swimmi ng 1 ; Swimming (Intra. ) 1 2 ; T rack (Intra.) 1 ,2; Ping Pong 1 ; Woter Polo 1 ; Alternote S A 2 ; S A Representotive 1 Ernesto Orilloc Ponomo R P 1944 Sponish Club 1,2 3 ; Augusto Milit ory Acad emy: Boseb all 4 ; Golf 4; Sponish 3; Bosketboll 3; Bowling 3; Softboll 3 ; Trock 1. Milton Glenn Porson s "Mit" Ancon Conal Zone 1944 Science Club 1.2,3 ; Rifle T e am 2,3,4; Captain 4 ; Ushe r Guord 2 ; Footboll (Intra.) 1 2 ; Basketball ( Intro .) 1 ; Ping Pong 1 Joan V i ctorio Payn e Joanie Ancon Canol Z o n e 1944 F T A 2 3; Vice-Pres ident 3 ; Nati o n o l Th esp ian s 3 4 ; P an Ame rican Club 2 ; Pep Club 3; Counselor's Assistant 2 ; J r .-Sr. Prom 3 ; Senior R ing 4 ; And rocles a nd the lion" 3 ; Th e Skin of Our T ee th 3; T e ahou se of the August Moon 2 ; Quality Street" 2 ; S A Alt ernate 2,3; T icket Sales 4; U s h e r 2 3,4 ; Visito r's Day 2 ; Dromat ics Ushe r 2,3 Page 215 Earl Franklin Or' Butch Panoma R P 1944 Charles C Pork e r C%n, R P 1943 ROTC 2 ,3,4; Drill T e om 3 ; Firing Squod 3 ; ROTC Rank Sarg eant.

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William J oseph Peterson Jr "Give Me 0 B'" Margarita C Z 1944 D rama Club 3 ; l ette rman 's Club 2.3,4 ; Color Guard 3 ; ROTC Sgt 4; Christmas Formal Com. 3; Sadie Hawkins Dance C o m 2 ; Volentine Formal Com. 3 ; Sr. A ctivity 4; F oot ball 2,3; C Z AII Stars 2 3 ; Trac k 3 ; B oys' State 3; Jr.Sr. Frolic 3 ; "A Mids ummer Night 's Dream" 3; S .A. Alt 1 ; F ootball Dance C omm. 4 ; S A Vice P res 3 ; S A R ep 2 4 ; Ticket Sales 4 ; Train Com. 4 ; Visitor's Day Comm. 4 ; Ca r nival Dance 2 ; Cheerleader 4 Sharon Morie Phelan Ancon C Z 1944 F N .A. 1 2 ,3,4, Sec. Treas 3 Vice Pres 4 ; G A A 4; Mythology Club 2; P e p Club 3; Clinic Asst 2,4 ; "A n drocles and the lion" 3; S .A. R e p 3 ; Tra i n Com. 3 ; Sr. Showcase Com. 4 ; H omeroom Sec. 4 Ronald Edward P e arl "Ronnie" Panama R P 1944 Chess Club 1 ; ROTC Asst 2 ,3,4; ROTC Stoff Sgt .; Jr.Sr. Banquet Com. 3 ; Sr. Ring Com. 4 ; Football (Intra .) 1 2 ; Basketball (Intra.) 1 2 ; Bowling ( Intra.) 1 ; Golf (Intro.) 1; Softball 1 2 ; Tennis 1 2 ; Ping Pong 1 2 ; Water Polo I ; Orchestra 1 2 3 4 ; Talent Show 1 4 Judy Anne P e nnington P en n y" Ancon C Z 1943 Chess Club 4 ; F N .A. 1 2 ; Pep Club I ; Clinic Asst 3; T e nnis 4 ; Vol leyball (Int ra.) 1 3 ; Train Com. 2,4 B everly V ee Phillips B ev" Ancon C .Z. 1944 F N A 1.2 3,4 Pres 4 ; Christmas Formal 3; Freshman Dance Com. 1 ; Valentine Formal Com. 4 ; Volleyball (Intra .) 4 ; Zonian Ad Sellers 4; T icket Sales Com. 3 ; Train Com. 3 ; Fashio n Show 3,4 ; N H S Ushe r 3 ; Homeroom Treasurer 4 Kit Whitley Price Bald Eagle, Spider Chess Club 1 2 3,4 ; Vice Pres 3,4 ; F ootball 1 2 ; Basketball (Intra .) 1 ; Track (Intra.) 1 2 ; Socke r 3,4; Wrestling 3,4. Page 216

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Fronk F Purdy Jr. Chipper" Huntsville Alabama 1944 Science Club 1 ; ROTC 2 3,4 ; Corporal ; Usher Guard 2 3 ; Golf (Intra .) 1 ,2 3,4 ; Swimming (Intra .) 1 ,2 ; Ping Pong 1; Water Pala 1 ; S .A. Repr e sentative 1 ; Carnival Danc e 4 Michael H enry Quiros Coky" Panama R P 1943 Fronk Robert Reichart Caballo Ancon C Z 1944 l e tterman s Club 3,4 ; N H S 4 ; Award's Boll 4 ; ROTC 2 3,4 Captain ; Individual Senior Picture Com. 4 ; F ootb all 3,4 ; C Z AII Stars 3.4 ; Bas e ball 2 3.4 ; All lone Base ball 4 ; Football Done e 4 Paul Houston Reynolds Jr. Ancon C Z 1943 Page 217 Mary C Rainey "Merry" C olon, R P 1944 Fre nch Club 1,2 ; Clinic Assistant 3 ; Offic e Assistant 4; Jr.Sr. Prom 3 ; Individual Senior Picture Com. 4; Tennis 4 ; Volleyball (Intra. ) 2,3.4; S A R eprese ntative 3; Train Com 4 Chairman ; Chorus 1 ,2,3. Solly Rand e l "Rolly" Ancon C Z 1945 Drama Club 1 2 3.4 ; N H S 3.4 ; Notional Thespians 3,4; Secretary 4 ; "M od W o man of Chaillot 1 ; "Skin of Our Teeth 3 ; "And rocl es and th e lion 3 ; "Arms and the Man" 4 ; Inaugural Boll Com 4 ; Choru s 1 ; Glee Club 1 2 ,3, 4 ; Orchestra 1,2, 3,4 ; Fashion Show 2 3 ; Tal e nt Show 2

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Sidney Ther e sa Ringst ead "Sid and Silly" Albuquerque New Mexico 1944 F T A 4 ; N H S 4 ; Chemistry Asst. 3 ; Valentin e Formal 4 ; Asst Chairman 4 ; Jr. Ring 3 Chairman 3 ; Cards and An nouncements 4, Asst Chairman 4 ; Sr Ring 4 Asst Chairman 4 ; Basketball (Intra.) 3,4 Capt. 3 ; Voll e yball (Intra,) 4 ; Zonian Ad Sellers 4 ; Ticket Sales Committee 4 Chairman ; Budget Committee 3,4, Chairman ; Civic Council Elections 4 ; PI. Geom. Showcase 2 : Baccalaureate Ushe r 3 ; Fashion Shaw 2 3 4; Graduation Usher 3 ; Woodrow Wils o n High School : Fashion Show 1 ; Home Ec. Club I ; Skating Club 1 ; F T A 1 ; P e p Club 1 ; Office Asst 1 Omar Alford Roos J P Panama R P 1944 Library Asst 1 ; ROTC 2,3,4 ; Rank Sgt ; Football ( Intra ,) 1 ; Boys' State 3 Sheila Ann Rey n o lds Twinkl e T oes" Washingto n D C 19 4 3 Drama Club 1 2 3,4 ; F N A 1 2 3 ,4; P e p Club 3; Offi ce Asst. 4 ; Chri s tmas Formal Comm ittee 3 ; Jr.-Sr. Pro m Com mittee 4 ; Jr. -Sr. Banquet C o mmittee 3 ; Sadie Hawkin s Dan ce 3 ; Volentin e Formal Committee 2 ; Bask e tball 1 2 ; B o wling (Intra.) 4 ; Swimming 4 ; Ping Pong 4 ; Volleyball (Intra.) 4 ; Androcl e s and th e Lion" 3 ; Arms and th e Man 4 ; Parak ee t Ad S ellers 4 ; G e t Acquau,t e d Dance 1 ; Inaugural Ball 3 ; Tick e t Sal es 4 ; Train Committee 4 ; Usher 4 ; Choru s 1 2 3 Mary Elizab eth Ridge Ridg e t Ancon Conal Zone 1944 F N A 1 2 3 4 ; P e p Club 3 ; Sci e nce Club 1 2 ; Stomp Club 2 ; United Notion s Club 1 2 ; Bond 2,3,4 ; Ch o rus 1 2 ; Glee Club 3,4 ; Talent Shaw 4 Ado Helena Rosanio Colon R P 1944 French Club 3,4 ; Pon American Club 2 3,4 ; C C C 3,4 ; Volleyball (Intra.) 2 ; Chorus 1 2 3,4 ; Carnival Dance 4 ; Talent Show 3 Robe rt Curtis Rowe "Bob Ancon Conal Zone 1944 ROTC 2 3 4 ; Rank Corp Page 218

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Melynda C ecili a Ruiz "Mel a Ancan 1944 French Club 2 ; Pan American Club 4; P ep Club 3 ; U N Club 3; Jr .-Sr. Banuet 3; Chorus 1 2 4 ; Fashion Show 1 ; Glee Club 3 ; Drama Club 3; Cam pus l ife 4; Jr. Assembly 3 ; Freshmen Initiation Com. 3 Jam es William Ryan Butch Chicago I llin ois, 1944 Chess Club 1 ; Sadie Hawkins Donee 2 3; Field Hockey (Intra ) 3 Sondra Marie Santana "S andy" Puerto Rico 1943 Pan American Club 3,4 ; C C C 3,4 ; Spj anish Club I ; Choru s 3 ; Fashion S how 2 3 ; St J osep h School : Pres ident of Th e Futur e Wives of America", Drama Club ; Tal e nt Show. Karen Mary Schmidt "Kare" Ancon C Z 1944 Counselor's Asst 3; ROTC Asst 4 ; Senior Ring Com. 4; Basketball 2 ; Bowling (Intra ) 1 2; V olleyb all (Intr a .) 1; S .A. Alt e rnat e I ; C o ordinating Com. 3 ; Chorus 1 2 3.4; Fas hion Show 2 ; B H S Baton Squad 3 ; Jr .-Sr. Pram C o urt 3 Page 219 Franklin Anth o n y R ybicki Ancon, C Z 1944 Drama Club I ; Fre n c h Club 2 Vice -Pres 2; Moth Club 2; Mu Alpha Theta 3,4 ; N H S 3,4 ; Natl. Th es pians 1 ,2, 3 4 ; Awards Boll 4 ; Drill T e am 2,3; Firing Squad 2 ,3; Honor Guard 2,3; It. Colo n e l Battalion C o mmand e r 4; Christmas Formal 3 ; Frosh .Soph Fralic 1 ; Indiyidual S Pic. 4 ; Senior Actiyity 4 ; Jr .-Sr. Fro lic 3,4; Class Preside nt 4 ; Football (Intra .) I ; Bask e tball (Intra .) 3 ; Water Polo 3,4; Mad woman of Ch i lliot 1 ; Rooseyelt C e nt enni al Pageant 1 ; S A Alternate 2 ; Assembly Com. 3 ; Coordinating Com. 1 ; Foot boll Dance 4 ; S A R eprese ntatiY e 1 3 ; Glee Club 3; Bacca laureate Marshal 3 ; Graduation Marshal 3; Boys' State Lt Goyernor ; Boys' Notion J osep h Louis Solterio Joe Ancon C Z 1944 French Club 3 ; Sargeant; Usher Guard 2 ; Football ( Intra .) 1 2 ; Bask e tball (Intra .) 1,2,4; Golf (Intra .) 1 2,4 ; Softball 1 ; Ping Pong 1 2,4 ; Water Polo 4; Choru s 1 2 3 ; Glee Club 1 2 3 ,4.

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Janice Grimson Scott "Jenny" Ancon, C Z 1944 Basketball (Intra ) 1; S A Representative 1; Chorus 3 ROTC Pic. 2 Thomas S Scott ''Tom'' Panama, R P Robert Urena Schult:r. "Pio" Panama R P 1944 Moth Club 2 ; Natl. The spian s 4 ; P e p Club 4 ; C C C 3 ; Firing Squad 4 ; Usher Guard 1 ; Football (Intra.) 1 ; Bask e t ball 2 3,4; Basketball (Intra .) 4 ; Bowling (l ntro .) 1 ; V olley ball (Intra .) 3 4 ; Water Polo 3 4 ; Androcl es and th e Lion" 3; Arms and the Man 4 Kurt Wood Schwe e r Kurt" Bremerton Washington 1944 ROTC Corporal 3 ; Rifle Te am 3; Senior Activity 4 Anthony E Scotti no, Jr "Pepino Panama, R P 1943 lettermon's Club 1,2 3 ; Pan American Club 4 ; C C C 4 President; Military Boll Decorations 3; ROTC 1 2 3 4, Ser geant 4 ; Rifle Team 1 2 3 4 ; Sweetheart Formal D e corations 3; School Newspaper 3, Sports Reporter 3 ; Y e arbook 3 Asst Sports Editor 3 ; Football (Intra .) 1 ,2,3; Swimming T e am 1 ; Swimming (Intra .) 2 3 ; Softball (Intra .) 1 2 3 ; Track 2,3 4 ; Ping Pong (Intra .) 1 2 ,3; Volleyball 1 2 3 ; Pool (Intra .) 1 2 3 ; Twelve Angry Men" 3 ; Pos sion Ploy 3; Talent Sho w 1 2 3 Gloria Rolando Searcy Landi Crass Mill, Moryland 1944 Page 220

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Philip Matthew Sheridan "Yank" Ancon, Conal Zone 1943 ROTC 2 ; Rank Pfc. ; Glee Club 3 ; Graduation Usher 4 ; Pacific Civic Council Voting 4 Vera Sue Simpson "S ue" Baltimore Md 1944 P o int of Vie w 2 ; C linic Asst 1 ; Office Ass' t 3; Basketball (Intra .) 1 2 ; Volleyball (Int ra.) 1 ,2.3.4 ; Chorus 1 ,2,3.4 ; Glee Club 3 ; Fashio n Show 1 ; Tal e nt Show 4 larry Gordon Smith "larry G." B onneville, Miss 1944 ROTC 2 3.4 ; Captain 4 ; Rifle T e am 3.4; Basketball (Intra ) 1 ; Boys' State 3 ; S A Co O r d i nating Com. 4; SA R ep re se ntative 4 Larr y M Smith Larry Philadelphia, P ennsylvania 1944 Football (Intra ) 1 ,2 ; Baske tball ( Intra.) 1 ,2.4 Page 221 J oyce Smail Colon R P 1944 Janet Louis e Smith "Bot" Ancon, Conal Zone 1944 Drama 1.2 ; F T A 3; Pan American Club 1 ,2 ,3; Pep Club 3 ; S A Usher 1 ; Chorus 1 ,2, 3.4

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Robert Oscar Smith "Bob" Panama R P 1944 Letterman s Club 3,4 ; Library Club 1 ; Librar y Assistant 1 ; ROTC 2 3,4 ; Drill Team 2 ; Captain; Usher Guard 2 ; Battalion Stoff 4 ; Valentine Formal Comm 4 ; Football 3 ; F ootb all ( Intra J 1 ; Base ball 2 3,4 ; Boys' State 3 Sherry Lyn South "S herry Ancon C Z 1944 Drama Club 1 ,2,3,4; FT A 2 3,4 Secretory 2,4; NHS 3 4 Tr e asurer 4 ; Science Club 2 ; Clinic Assistant 1 ; Cop and Gown Comm 4 ; Basketball (Intra.) 3 ; Volleyball (Intra .) 2 3 4 ; Quality Street" 2 ; "Teahous e of the August Moon 2 ; A Cup of Teo 2; Zan i an 4; Awards Day Comm 4 ; Ticket Sal es Comm. 2 ; Baccalaureate Usher 3 ; Dramatics Usher 2 ; Graduation Usher 3 ; Girls State 3 ; Christmas Showcase Comm. 1 ; Easter Showcase Camm 2; Thanksgiving Showcase Comm Chairman 3; G e neral Showcase Comm. 3 ; NHS Usher 2 Patri ci a Lucille Smith "Pat" Mexico City, Mexico 1944 Drama Club 4; Pan American Club 4 ; C C .C 3,4; "Mi d Sum m e r Night's Drea m 3; Choru s 3,4; Glee Club 4 ; Carnival Danc e 3 4 ; Talent Show 3,4 ; Other school: Tenni s; Soft ball ; Bask e tball ; Volle y ball ; Closs pin for 4th year; Closs ring for 4th year; Graduation Boll. Rolph Alegre Smith Uncle Smitty Ancon C Z 1944 ROTC 2 3 4 ; Firing Squad 4 ; ROTC Bond 3,4, Second Lt.; Arms and th e Man 4; Bond 1 ,2,3; Orchestra 4 ; Schoo l TV Program 3 ; Talent Show 3,4 Janic e Dean Spencer Jon Ancon C Z 1944 Drama Club 2 3,4 Vice President 4 Treasur e r 3 ; Notional Thespians 3,4, President 4 ; Pan American Club 1 ,2 3 ; P e p Club 3 ; Clinic Assistant 2 ; Frosh Soph Froli c 1 ; Jr.-Sr. Banquet 3 ; Bowling (Intra.) 1 ; Towers of IlIium 3; Arms and the Man 4 ; Teahous e of the August Moon" 2; Quality Street" 2 ; Androcles and' the Lion" 3 ; Skin of Our Teeth 3; SA Alternate 3 ; Safety C omm. 3 ; Train Comm. 4; Welfare Comm. 3 ; Chorus 1 ; Dramatic s Ushe r 1 2,3,4; Talent Show 4; Showcase Comm. 1 ,2.3, 4 ; Chri s tmas Concert Program Cover 1,2 Jam es Davison Stallworth Jimmy D Hatti es burg Mississ ippi 1944 Cam ero Club 3 ; Sliderule Club 4; ROTC 2 ,3, Corporal ; Cho rus 1 ,2 ; Glee Club 1 ,2 ; Dramatic s Usher 1 ,2 Pa ge 222

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Margaret Emley Stevens Maggie Crist obal C Z 1944 G A A 1 2 3,4 Pres. 4 ; Frosh . Saph Frolic 1 ; Basketball 1 2 3 4 All Stars ; Bask e tball (Intra .) 1 2 34 ; Softball 2 3 ; V olleyboll ( Intra .) 1 2 3 4 All Stars ; Chorus 1. Mory E St e wart Ponama R P 1944 Richord Tagaropulos Tag Panama R P 1944 Fre nch Club 1 ; ROTC Asst 2 3 4 ; Usher Guard 2 3 Samu e l A Tayl o r "Som" Panama R P 1944 Cam ero Club 1 2 3 ; Fre nch Club 2 3 ; Library Club 2 ; Phot o graphy Club 1 2 3 ; Scie nce Club 1 2,3 ; librory Asst 2 ; Drill T e am 3 4 ; First Sarg e ant, Usher Guard 2; football (Intra.) 1 2 ; Basketball ( Intra J 1,2 ; Bowling (lntro .) 1,2 3 ; Swi mming 1 2 ; S o ftball 1.2 ; Volleyball (Intra 2 ; Wate r Polo 2 ; Game U s her 2 Page 2 2 3 Walter Weldon Stiles Ancon C Z 1944

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Clar it a Maria Thayer Panama City Panama 1944 Drama Club 3,4 ; G A A 3 ; Mu Alpha Th eta 3,4 ; Mythology Club 4 ; Pan Ame rican Club 4; C C C 3 ; Val enti n e Formal Com 4 ; Basketball (Intra.) 3 ; Volleyball (Intra.) 3,4 ; Girls State 3; V olleyball AII Stars 3 ; Latin Club 1 2 ; P e p Club 1 2 ; Service Club 1 2 ; Cal i fornia Scholarship F ede rati o n Treasurer 1,2; Noti o nal Spanish Hono r Society 2 R e d Cr oss Club 1 ,2; Sophomore Show 2 ; Sodality 1 2 ; T e nnis (Intra.) 2 ; Science Club 1 ; Fres hman S e nior Breakfast Com 1 ; Baccalaur eate U s h er 3; Dramat ics Usher 3 ; Gra d uati o n U s h e r 3 On eid a Rebe nio Thompson Hunt in gton West Va 1944 G .AA 4 ; Point of View Club 4; Office Asst. 2 ; Cop and Gown C o m 4 ; Basketb all (Intra.) 4 ; B owling (Intra.) 4 ; Voll eyb all (Intra. ) 4 ; Archery 4 ; Asst Edito r of Parakeet 4 ; Badm i nton (Intra. ) 4 Marilyn McKinney Taylor "Shorty St L ouis Mo 1942 G A A 3; Yearbook 2 3 ; U sher Club 3 Margarita A Texidor "Maggie" Havana Cuba 1944 Pan American Club 4; C C C 4 ; G A A 1.2, 3; Orchestra 1 ,2,3; Fre nch Club 1 ; Library Asst 1 ; School Play 1 3 ; Talent Show 1,3; Algebra Club 1 ; Spanish Club 3 ; Art Club 1 3 Dianne Tipton 'Trocy'' Mesa, Ari zo na 1944 Drama Club 4; Notional Th es pian s 4; Softball 1 ; "Arms and the Man" 4 ; S A Alt ernate 3 ; S A Rep. 2,4; Band 2,3.4; Dramati cs Usher 2; Fas hion S how 4 ; Vole ntine Showcase C o m 2 ; Easter Showcase Com. 3 ; Senior Showcase Chair man 4 Gloria P Torr es Glo Oaxaca, Mexico 1943 P ep Club 2; Coun selor's Asst 1 ; Class C o m 1; S A U she r 1; Fashio n Show 4 Page 224

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Sydney Belle Townsend "S, d Panam a, R P 1943 Ches s Club 1 2 ; Drama Club 1 ,2,4; French Club 3,4; Tr e as ure r 44 ; Moth Club 2 ; Mu Alph a Th e t a 3,4; Mythology 4 ; N H S 4 ; Point of View 2; Frosh .Soph F rolic 1 ; Jr.-Sr. Prom. 3 ; C o chairman 3 ; Cords and Announc e ments 4; Ping Pong 1 2 ; Volleyball (Intra .) 2 ; Bon d 1 ,2 3,4 ; Bacca laur eate Usher 3 ; Graduation U s h er 3 ; Tutor 4 ; Noon Bond 3 ; Noon Orchestra 2 3 ; N H S U s h e r 3 Mary Elil.abeth Turn e r Ancon Conal Zone 1944 Chess 1 ,2 ; Drama Club 3,4 ; M a th Club 2 ; Mythology 2 ; Secretary 2 ; P ep Club 3; Science Club 4; Cords on d An n o unc ements 4 ; "Skin of Our Teeth 3 ; Androcles and the Lio n 3;" Arms and th e Man" 4 ; "Mi dsummer Night's Dre am"-3; Z o nion 4 ; Zonion Ad Selle r 4 ; Bacc alaur eate U s h e r 3 ; Dramatfcs Usher 3,4; Gradu ation Ushe r 3 ; N H S U s her 2 ; Gir l s State 3; Mock Tr ial Jury 3 Mary d elourdes Vaccaro "luli" Panam a R P 1944 Pan America n Club 2 3 ,4; C C .C 3 4 Harry Anthon y Vanloon Panama R P 1944 L e tterman's Club 1 2 3 4 ; S ecret ary 4 ; N H S 3,4 ; Sen ior C o ordinating 4 ; Chairman 4 ; Swimming T e am 1 2 3,4 ; Captain 3,4 ; Water Polo 3 4 ; Captain 3 ; S A Alt ernate 1; S.A. Repr ese ntative 2,4 ; Boys' State 3 ; Audio Visual A i d 4 Page 225 Nancy Margaret Turn e r Nonce Ancon, Cona l Zone 1 944 Chess Club 2 ; F T A 1 ; A w ard s Boll 4 ; ROTC Honorary Rank lst Lt. 4; Sponsor A Compan y 4 ; Jr.-Sr. Banqu e t 3 ; Chairman 3 ; Swimming Team 1 ; "M adwoman a f Chaillot 1 ; Tickets Chairman 1 ; Zonian 4 ; S A Alt e rnat e 2 3,4 ; A sse mbly Com. 2; Football Donee 3,4; Chorus 1.2 3 ; Cheerlead e r 3 4 ; Captain 4 ; Moth Show Case 2 ; Orientation Guide 4 ; Driver's Training 3 ; Drama Closs Ploy 4 Joann e Unverfe rth "Jo" Day tan Ohio 1944 Drama 4 ; Orch estr a Sec 4; Girls' Rifle T e am 4 ; Baske tball (Intr a .) 3 ; Volleyball (Intra .) 3,4 ; D J O C onnell High School : Basketball (Intr a ) I ; Baske tball T e am 2 ; Bond 2 ; Latin Club 1 ,2 ; Base ball (Intr a .) 2 ; Glee Club 1 ; Junior Varisty Cheerleader I

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Nicholas Don Voigt "Nick" Riverside California 1944 Photography Club 1 ; Drill Team 2 ; ROTC 4 Lt. 4 ; Rifle Team 3; Usher Guard 2 3; Jr.-Sr. Banquet Comm 3 ; Junior Ring Comm 3; Sr. Activity Comm 4 ; Football Intra 1 2,4 ; S A All. 2 ; Chorus 1 ,2; Glee Club 2 ; Biology Showca se Comm 2 ; Geometry Showcase Comm 2 Harvey Watkins Cristobal C Z ., 1944 Yolanda J Velez Y oly" Panama R P 1944 Fre nch Club 2 3 ; Pan American Club 2 3 4 ; C C C 3,4 ; Volley Boll Intra 2 3,4; Chorus 3,4 ; Carnival Dance C omm. 3 4 Donna G e n e Voel "Don" Berwyn, Illinois 1945 G y m Office Asst 4 ; Individua l Sr. Pic Comm 4; Baton T wirl ing Squad 3 ; Chorus 3 John C Wainio "Buddy" Dove r N F 1944 Letterman's Club 4 ; N H S 3,4 ; Sr. Activiti es Comm Vice Chairman 4 ; C Z All Stars 2,3,4; All Zon e Base ball 3 ; SA Alt 4; Band 4 ; Cristobal High School : Fres hman Cla ss Pres 1 ; SA Rep. 2 ; S A Vice Pres 3; L ette rman 's Club 1 2 3 ; "21" Club 1 2 3 ; F T .A. 1 2,3 ; Class Danc es and As se mblies Comm 1 2 3 ; Band and Orchestra 1 2,3 ; Jr. Sr Pro m and Banquet Comm 3 ; Football 1 2 ,3; All Zone 3,4 ; Bas e ball 1 2 3 ; All Zone 3 ; Track 2 3 ; Basketball 1 2 3; T e nni s 2 3 ; Most Athletic 2 3 Sherry Ann Wakem Maine 1944 Drama C l ub 2 3 ; F T A 4 ; F N A 2 3 ; Pan Americ an Club 2 ; Pep Club 3 ; Science Club 2 3 ; Clinic Asst. 4 ; Coun se lor' s Asst. 2 ; Basketball Intra 4 ; Volley Ball Intra 3 ; A wards Day C omm. 3 ; Showcase Comm 3 ; Girls State 3 Page 226

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Dione he Wallac e Rebel" Margarita C Z 1944 Cam ero Club 2 ; Drama 1 2 3,4 ; Not! Thesp i ans 2 3 4 ; Pan American 2 3 ; Basketball (Intra .) 1.2,3,4 ; Bowling (Intra.) 2 ,4; Volle y ball (Intra .) 1 2 3 4 ; Quality Street 2 ; Teahouse of the August Moon" 2 ; Androcles and the lion 3 ; Beatnik and th e Bard 3 ; Skin of Our Teeth 3 ; Fashion Sho w 3 4 Kathleen E Wallac e "Cathie Ancon C Z 1944 G A A 1 4 ; Basketball 3 4 ; Bask e tboll (Intra .) 3,4 ; Bowling (Intra .) 4 ; Field Hockey (Intra .) 4 ; Swimming 1 2 3,4 ; Swim ming (Intra .) 4 ; Softball 4 ; T enni s 4 ; Ping Pong 4 ; Volleyball (Intra .) 4 ; Dri v e s 3 ; Chorus 4 ; Badmi nton Team 1 ; Basketball All Star s; Varsity Swim Team 1,2 3 ; Manager of Swim Team 3 ; SA Sal e s Mgr Asst .; Speech and Debate Team 1 ; Homeroom D e c o ration Comm. 1 3 ; Float Decoration Comm.; Red Cross R e pr e s e ntative; Christmas Campaign Mgr 2.3 Maida habel Watson Maida N e w Orle ans louisiana 1945 Drama 1,4 ; French 1 4 ; Mu Alpha Theta 4 ; Mythology 4 ; P o int o f View 1,4 ; Couns e lor's Asst I ; Basketball (Intra .) 1 ; Othe r School : Cla s s Secretory 2 ; Yearbook 3 ; Beta Club 2 ,3; Stud e nt D i rector of Jr Closs Ploy 3 ; Early Admission and Advance Studi es Program at St e tson University 1961; Futur e Home mak e r s of America 3 ; Homecoming Committee 2 3 ; Baccalaur eate Usher 2 ; Graduation Usher 3 ; Jr .-Sr. Pro m S e rver 2 ; Jr .-Sr. Pro m C o mmitt ee Pag e 227 Sara Ann Wagn e r C Z 1944 Jo y Peyton Warford Chicago Illino i s 1944 ROTC 2,3,4, Corporal; Usher Guard 2,3; "Mad Woman of Chaillot" 1 ; "Androcles and the lion" 3 Robert Dole Washburn "Wimpy Emporia, Kansas 1944 Letterman's Club 4 ; Football 2,3,4; Conal Zon e All-Stars 4; Baseball 3 ; Other School : Service Society 3

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Robert Warner Widell Bob" Jacksonville Florida 1944 Drama Club 1; Moth Club 2 3,4 ; Mu Alpha Theta 3.4; NHS 3,4 ; Point of View Club 1.2; ROTC 2,3,4; Rank Asst. Platoon Sgt. ; Freshman Dance 1 ; Jr.-Sr. Prom Comm 3; Boys' State 3 ; Showcase Comm 1 ; Civic Council Election 4 Michael Joseph Williams "Mike" Panama, R.P. 1944 ROTC 2; Drill Team 2; Frosh .-Sop h Frol ic 1 2; Football (Intra .) 1 ,2,3,4; Basketball (Intra .) 1.2; Softball 1.2; Track 3; Track (Intra.) 1,2; "Mi d s ummer Night s Dream 3 ; "Androdes and the Lion" 3 Malcolm Edward Wheeler "Mol" Oakland, California 1944 Chess Club 1 2 ; Lettermen's Club 3,4; Moth Club 2; Mu Alpha Theta 3,4 ; NHS 3,4 ; Point of View Club 1; Scienc e Club 3 ; ROTC 2 3 ,4; Drill Team 3 ; Firing Squad 3; Honor Guard 3 ; Rank First Lt.; Usher Guard 2 ; Battalion Adjutant; Jr.-Sr. Prom 3; Jr.Sr Banquet 3 ; Cop and Gown 4; Football 2.3 Man ag er; Basketball ( Intra .) 3,4 ; Golf (Intra. ) 2 ,3; Tennis 4 ; Track (Intra.) 1 ; Ping Pong 1 2 ,3; Volle y ball (Intra.) 4 ; Water Polo 4 ; Th e odore Roosevelt Pageant 2 ; Drives C o m 3 ; Get Acquainted Donce Com 4; Safety Comm 4; Visitors' Day Ushe r 4 ; Welfare Comm 4 ; Bond 1 2 3 ; Chorus 3,4; Gle e Club 1 ,2,3, 4 ; Orchestra 1 2 3 ; Dixieland Bond 3,4; Dance Bond 2 3 ; School TV Program 3 ; Talent Show 4; Awards Day Comm 4 ; B oys' State 3 Peter Arrid Whitney Pete Margarita, Canal Zone 1944 ROTC 2,3; Rank Private / Dwayne Will i ngham "Marobunta" Auburn Alabama 1944 Ronald Howard Willoughby Ronnie Denyer, Colorado 1944 Camero Club 4 ; ROTC 2 3,4 ; Awards Boll 2 3 ,4; Drill T e am 2,3.4 ; Firing Squad 2,3,4; Honor Guard 2,),4 ; Rank Sgt.; U sher Guard 2 ; Vole ntine Formal C omm. 4; Cop and Gown 4; All Zone Baseball 3; Swimming 1 ,2,3,4; Cho rus 1 ,2. Page 228

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Ellen Elizabeth Wilson Rock Hill, South Carolina 1944 ROTC Asst 4 ; Sadie Hawkins Dance Comm. 2 ; Baske tball ( Intra .) 2,4, Capt. 4 ; Volleyball (Intra. ) 2,3; S A Alt 4 ; Football Dance Comm. 4 ; Chorus 1 ,2,3; Fashion Show 1 2 James R Wilson Jim Ancon C.Z 1 944 L etterm an s Club 1 ,2 3,4 Pres 4; N H S 4 ; Science Club 1 ; Fros h .S op h Fro lic Comm. 1 ; Sr. C o-ordinating C omm. 4, Chair .; F oot ball 2,3,4; F ootb all (In t ra .) 1 ; C Z AllStars 2 3 4 ; Baseball 3,4 ; Basketball 4 ; Bask e tball ( Intra. ) 1,2 3,4; Bowling (I ntra .) 1 ; Golf (Intra .) 3 ; Swimming 1,4; Swimming (Intra .) 1 ; S oft ball ( Intra.) 1 ; Track 2 3,4; Track (Intra.) 1 2 ; P ing Pong (Intra.) 1 ; Water Polo (Intra I; "Rooseve lt Pagant 1 ; "Quoli t y Street" 2; S .A. Alt 1 ; Football Dance Comm 2 3 4 Choir. 4 ; Safety Comm. 4 Choir 4; Welfare Comm Choir 4 ; Glee Club 1 ,2,3,4 ; Orchestra 1 2 3,4 ; Dance Bond 1 ,2 ; Noon Orchestra 1 ,2; Tal e nt Show 1 ,2,4 ; Boys' State 3 ; Science Exhibit C omm. 1 ,2,4 R obert Manning Womble Biscuit Kinsale, Virginia 1943 ROTC Asst I ; F ootb all (Intr a .) 1 ,2,3; Baseb all 3 4 ; Basket ball 3 4 ; Basketb all (intra.) 1 2 3,4 John M Zeln ick "M urph" Chicago Illinois 1944 Ches s Club 1 ; Moth C lub 1 ,2 ; Mu Alpha Th eta 3,4 Vice Pre s 4 ; N H S 3,4 ; Point of View 1 ; Science Club 2 3 ; Che mistry lob Asst 3 ; ROTC 2 3 ,4, C olo r Guard 3 Drill Team 2 ; H onor Guard 2,3,4, Lt 4, U s h er Guard 2 ; Frosh.Soph Frolic C amm. 2 ; Jr.-Sr. Prom 3; Sr. Gift Comm Choir 4 ; Golf ( Intra .) 1 ,2,3,4; S oft boll 1 2 ; P ing P ong 2 ; Water Polo 3,4; S A Alt 2 ; Drives Comm. 3,4 ; SA R ep 1; Bond I ; Glee Club 3,4 Page 229 Rodney James Winborn "Rod" Iowa City Iowa 1943 Letterman s Club 1 2 3 4 ; Jr .-Sr. Prom Comm. 3; Football 1 ,2 3 4 ; C Z AllStars 3,4 ; Bask e tball 1 ,2 ,3; Swimming 3 ; S A A sse mbly Comm. 2 ,3; S .A. Rep. 3 ; Boys' State 3 ; Rifle T eam 1 John Robert Wise "John" Panama R P 1943 Cam ero Club 1,2,3,4 ; Chess Club 3 ; Mu Alpha Theta 4 ; Photography Club 1 2 ,3,4; Science Club 3; Stamp Club 2 ; ROTC 2 3,4 Sergeant 4, Rifle Team 3,4 ; Frosh .Soph Fralic Comm. 2 ; Sr. Coordinating Comm 4 ; Football 2 ; Football (Intra .) 1 ; Swimming 1 ; Track 2 3,4 ; S A Alt 1 ; Science E x hibit 1 ,2 ,3,4; Biology Showcas e Comm 2 ; Che mistry Show cas e Comm 3 ; Mechanical Drawing Showcas e Comm 2 ; Boys' State 3

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Llewellyn Zent "Butch Ancon Conal Zone 1944 Mu Alpha Theta 2 3 4 ; N H S 3 4 Pres 4 ; Scie nce Club 1 2 3 ; Chemistry Asst 3 ; ROTC 2 3 4 Major 4 ; Rifle T e am 4 ; Drill Team 3 ; Firing Squad 3; Ushe r Guard 2 ; FroshS oph. Frolic Comm. 1 ; Jr. Ring Comm. 3 ; Individual S e nior Pictur e s Comm. 4 ; Closs Pre s 1 ; Closs Vice Pres 2 3 ; Football Intra 1 ; Basketball Intra 1 ; Roosevelt Centenial Pageant 1 ; S .A. Alt 2 ; Asse mbly Comm 3 ; Coardinating Comm. 3 ; G e t Acqua i nted Dance Comm. 4 ; Inaugural Boll 4 ; Saf e ty Comm 1 ; Visitor s 00\1 4 ; W e lfare Comm 1 ; Gle e Club 4 ; Bacca laur eate Marshall 3 ; Talent Show 3 ; "All A Award 1 ,2 3 ; NEDT Certificate 1 2 ; Christmos Showcase Comm. 1; Jr. Clo s s Coordinating Comm 3 ; Boys' State 3 ; Jr.-Sr. Frolic 3 ; Mechanical Drawing Showcase Comm. 3 ; High School Showcase Comm 1 Richard Alexander Zirkman "Rich" New York, N Y 1943 Camero Club 4 ; Chess Club 1; Drama Club 1 3,4 ; French Club 3 ; Natl. Thespians 3,4 ; Photography Club 4; Science Club 1 ,2 ; ROTC Asst. 3,4 ; C o lor Guard 3 ; Drill Team 3; Band 3.4 ; Drum Major 1st Sgt. 4 ; Freshman Picnic 1 ; Cords and An nouncements 4 ; Football Intra 1 2 ; Baseball 1 2 ; Basketball Intra 1 ,2 ; Bowling Intra 1 ,2; Swimming Intra 1 ; Softball 1 2 ; Track 1 ; Track Intra 1 ; Ping Pong 1 2 ; Volle y Boll Intra 1 ; Water Polo 1 ; The Coming of Christ 1 ; "Mrs Mething 1 ; Lute Song 1 ; Androdes and the Lion" 3 ; Leonidas and the Towers of lIIium 3 ; Midsummer Night s Dre am 3 ; "Away You Rolling Rive r" 4 ; Zonian Ad S e llers 1 ; Bond 1 2,3,4 Student Conductor 2 4 Soloist 4 ; Choru s 3,4 ; Gle e Club 1 2 3 4 Soloist 3 ; Orchestra 1 3 4 Conc e rt Moster 4 ; School T V Program 1 3 ; Talent Show 3,4 ; Discussion and Debate Club 1 2 ; Fre shman Showcose Comm I ; Organ Guild 3 ; Soccer 1; Bross Choir 1 ,2; Marching Bond 1,2; Men s Glee Club 1,2 ; Religious life Comm. 2; Closs Rep. 2 Page 230

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i GRAND LOTTERY OF PANAMA For the Support of Asylums. Nurseries. Hospitals. Etc. National Charity Lottery PANAMA, R E P U BLIC O F P A N A M A DRAWING FOR HALF A MILLION BALBOAS (US $500.000.00) Schedule of Prizes for Extraordinary Drawing No. 2285 To Be Held on December 23. 1962 GRAND PRIZE B/.500.000 .00 B/. 500.000.00 Second Prize 150.000.00 150.000.00 Third Pr ize 75.000.00 75.000.00 Der ivations from the Grond Prize or First Prize. lS Approximations of 5.000 .00 Each 90.000.00 9 Prizes of 25 000.00 225.000 .00 90 Prizes of 1.500 .00 135.000.00 900 Prizes of 500 .00 450.000.00 Derivations from the Second Prize lS Approx imations of 1.250 .00 Each 22.500.00 9 Prizes of 2.500 .00 22.500.00 Derivations from the Third Prize lS Approximations of 1.000.00 Each lS.000.00 9 Prizes of 1.500.00 13.500.00 TOTAL PRIZES B/ l.701.500.00 NOTE:-THE BALBOA is t h e official curren cy of t h e Republic of Pan a m a One (1) Ba lboa is equival e n t to one (1) US d o ll a r Prizes wi ll be pai d either in Balboas o r DoU a r s. i n cash or by check, as requested by t h e winner P rizes rna.)' be co llected immediatel y f o ll owi n g t h e drawin g, o r at any time within o n e (1) year after t h e dat e o f t h e drawing. Each whol e lottery ticket con t a i n s 1 0 0 (on e hund red) p ieces or f oHos. T h e price o f a w h o l e tic ket is 8 / .250.00 (Two Hundr e d and Fifty Balboas); and that o f one p i ece o r f o li o is 8 / 2 50 (Two Balboas and Fift y Ce nts).

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