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Language: English
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Table of Contents
    Front Cover
        Front Cover 1
        Front Cover 2
        Front Cover 3
        Front Cover 4
    Front Matter
        Pages 1-2
        Pages 3-4
        Page 5
    Table of Contents
        Page 6
    Campus
        Pages 7-8
        Page 9
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    Administration
        Pages 15-16
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    Activities
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    Athletics
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    Royalty
        Pages 107-108
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    Freshmen
        Pages 127-128
        Page 129
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        Page 131
        Page 132
        Page 133
        Page 134
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    Sophomores
        Pages 139-140
        Page 141
        Page 142
        Page 143
        Page 144
        Page 145
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    Juniors
        Pages 149-150
        Page 151
        Page 152
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    Seniors
        Pages 157-158
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    Advertising
        Pages 233-234
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    Back Matter
        Page 246
        Page 247
        Page 248
    Back Cover
        Back Cover 1
        Back Cover 2
        Back Cover 3
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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
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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
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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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DONNA M. STUEBE, B.S. AND M.A., INDIANA STATE COLLEGE


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


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Elementary Typing
Montana State University, Uni-
versity of Oregon, Carroll Col-
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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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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-
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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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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
Alabama College, George
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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
B.S., M.Ed.


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


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ROTC
Harvard University
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Aaker's Business College
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A YEAR of doing, of ... ACTIVITIES
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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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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-
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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
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Reichart, Corporal Bowen, 1st. Lieutenant Major, 1st. Lieu-
tenant Collins.


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Left to right: 1st. Lieutenant Johnson, Guidon Michael, 1st.
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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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Accompanist

Kaye Sergeant
Accompanist


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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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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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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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Vice-President


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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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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
I year


Melindo Glaes, Sue Cotton, Betsy Mallory, Bor-
bara Dombrowsky, and Morion Clara contributed
much to the excitement of our games.


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JUNIOR AND SENIOR MEMBERS:
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,
Kathy Wallace.


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FRESHMAN AND SOPHOMORE MEMBERS:
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-
lory, recorder; Cecelia Marciaq, secretary; Carolyn 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 Cassaday, Jim Wilson.



















OFFICERS
Left: Paul Flannery-Vice-President
Center: Jim Wilson-President
Right: Harry VanLoon-Secretary-Treasurer


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With a group of five girls under the leadership of Valerie
Smith, the Baton Twirlers promoted spirit at various school events.
One member, Miki Garcia, gave an outstanding performance at
a football game and fascinated the fans with her fire baton.


Left to right: Janice Wilson, Miki Garcio, Valerie Smith, Suzanne Schmidt, Jo Neff.


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FIRST ROW, Left to Right: Rodney Winborn, John Woinio, Mike Cassaday, Jim Wilson. SECOND
ROW: Kenny Anderson, Doug Priester, Rusty Potter, Bob Boatwright. THIRD ROW: Frank Godwin,
Allan Hesters, Paul Brooks, Pete Stevens. FOURTH ROW: Coach Anderson, Coach Blais, Fred Brad-
den, Leonard.


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
the team, but we did manage to play as a team until the end of the season.


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FIRST ROW, Left to Right: Charles Cross, Fred Chase, Bob Washburn, Dale Stevens, Paul Flonnery.
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.


SCORE BOARD


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Steve Cunningham, Back


Chuck Moses, Back


Lewis French, Back


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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:
Paul Starr, Garret DePiper, Dennis Flannery, Harold Little, Jerry Jordan.
FOURTH ROW: Danny Michaels, David Zemer, Jim Manning, Pete Stevens,
Roger Williams, Tommy Gangle, Garth Feeney.




The B.H.S. boys' swimming team had
a good season this year and completed
the season undefeated to win the inter- jt. IL u. *
scholastic championship for this year. '
This year's team captain was Harry oc-
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 1961-62 team. We will lose Harry
Van Loon, James Manning and Danny
Michaels along with several other point
makers this year, and swimmers who
will be relied on to carry the load in
the future will be David Zemer and l
Roark Summerfield.


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FIRST ROW, left to right: Betty Van Dyke, Grace Figueroa, Kathy Barnett,
Jo Unverferth, Helen Manning, Kathy Chandler, Kathy Jenkins, Jeannie Walker,
Connie Pustis, Kathy Wallace, Maggie Mahoney.


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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 year. 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.


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HIGH POINT WINNERS:
Left to right: Dole Stevens, 2nd place; Doug
Priester, 1st place; Fred Chase, 3rd place.


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STANDING, left to right: John Carlson,
Louis French, Walter Monroe, McNair Lone,
Doug Priester. SEATED: Joe Bremer, Doug
Aseron, Jose Bibbo, Joe Byrne, John Morton,
Warren Ashton.


Left to right: Shirley Murphy, track
court; Doug Priester, Sheila Sherri-
dan, track queen.


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Left to right: Louis French, co-captain; Jim
Wilson, captain; Doug Priester, co-captain.


SENIOR TEAM MEMBERS:
Left to right: Dole Stevens, Robert Womble,
Jim Wilson, John Dodge, Fred Chase.


TEAM MEMBERS:
FIRST ROW STANDING, left to
right: John Morton, Joe Byrne,
Doug Aseron, Walter Monroe, Mc-
Nair Lane. SECOND ROW STAND-
ING: John Carlson, Joe Bremer,
Warren Ashton, Louis French, Jose
Bibbo, Doug Priester. SEATED:
Dale Stevens, Robert Womble, Jim
Wilson, John Dodge, Fred Chose.


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TOP ROW, Left to Right: John Carlson,
Louis French, Bob Boatwright. SECOND
ROW: Frank Reichart, Rusty Potter, Gene
Fraucheim, Fred Chase, Jim Riley. THIRD
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Cohen, MacNair Lane, Tom Perantie,
Warren Ashton. FOURTH ROW: Frank
Disharoon, Ralph Burda, Chuck Moses,
Doug Priester, Bill Coy.


MANAGERS: Ralph Burda, Frank Disheroon


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