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Table of Contents


"Looking Backwards to Now"

Administration


Faculty

Freshmen

Sophomores


Juniors


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DEDICATION

The fact that his career started in Balboa High is only one
reason for the yearbook staff to take great pleasure in dedicat-
ing the 1964 ZONIAN to Mr. Sigurd E. Esser. He has served
the Canal Zone students loyally,both at Cristobal High and here
at Balboa. This dedication is not to take the place of our per-
petual gratitude, but rather to salute a man for a job well done.












FOREWORD



Since Vasco Nunez de Balboa's discovery of the Pacific Ocean,
during the 16th century, man has dreamed of constructing a canal
connecting the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans.

In 1879, the French became the first to try to build a canal through
Panama. However, they were unsuccessful because working as indi-
vidual companies, without the backing of any government, they soon
ran out of money and land their stockholders ran out of patience.

In the meantime, the United States became interested in the canal
project. On November 18, 1903, the United States signed a treaty with
the Republic of Panama leasing the Property known as the Canal Zone.

The construction was not easy, for they were faced with many
difficulties which had to be overcome. Tons of mechanical equipment,
as well as the effort of over one and a half million men were needed to
complete the task of building the canal. In addition to this, the canal
had to built through rugged terrain, jungles, and swampland. The
tropical sun and deadly diseases of Panama were detremental to progress.

Nature presented other delays to work on the canal. Sanitation
and land slides were the two major problems. There was brush to be
cleared, swamps to be drained, and grass to be cut. Many buildings
and areas had to be fumigated and solutions had to be found for what
became an immense refuse disposal problem.

















Eventually all these problems were solved b ythe development of
new and better machinery and the advancement in the control of tropical
diseases and associated difficulties.

Finally, in 1914, the main construction of the Panama Canal was
completed and the first commercial ship, the U.S.S. Ancon, was allowed
to transit. This event was the climax of eleven years of hard work
and struggle.

In fifty years of operation, the Panama Canal has served the United
States, as well as the world, in commerce and defense.

In recognizing the 50th anniversary of the canal, we must also
remember that Balboa High is celebrating its 50th commencement.
During the past fifty years the classes of Balboa High have watched it
develop and grow. Fifty years ago the spot where BHS now stands was
nothing more than swampland. The first Balboa High School was a
two-story wooden frame building, which later was replaced by the
present day Balboa Elementary School. This white concrete building
bore the name of Balboa High School for approximately 18 years, until
1942, when our high school was finally constructed.

Balboa High School has benefited it's students, as the Canal has
benefited the world. So, on this Golden Anniversary, the 1964
ZONIAN attempts to commemorate these fifty years in this issue.









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ADMINISTRATION AND STAFF







SUPERINTENDENT


Mr. Wolf


Mr. Pettingill Mr. Byrd


Mr. Esser
Mr. Hotz Mr. Castles


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MR. S. E. ESSER
Superintendent of Schools
MR. F. A. CASTLES
Asst. Superintendent, U.S. Schools
MR. J. S. PETTINGILL,
Asst. to Superintendent
MR. A. H. BYRD
Administrative and Budget Officer
DR. K. E. LAKE
Coordinator of Curriculum
MR. T. F. HOTZ
Supervisor of Instruction, U.S. Secondary Schools
MRS. F. F. SAMPSELL
Supervisor of Instruction, U.S. Secondary Schools
MR. J. M. WOLF,
Coordinator, Special Education
MR. L. H. DE ARMAS
Supervisor of Spanish
MR. R. E. ANDERSON
Superv., P. E. and Athletics, U. S. Schools
MR. N. V. BRANSTETTER
Supervisor of Music


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David A. Speir, Jr.

Principal
Balboa High School


Mr. Speir was born in Jacksonville Beach, Florida. He graduated from Robert E. Lee
High School in 1941 and entered Georgia Military College, from which he graduated
in 1942. During W.W. I, he served with the 13th Air Force in the South Pacific. He
was discharged on December 23, 1945, and on December 31st, he married his high school
sweetheart. In 1946, Mr. Speir entered William and Mary at Williamsburg, Virginia.
There the Speir's son, David, was born. Mr. Speir graduated in 1947, with an A.B. in
History. He taught at Fletcher High School in Jacksonville for 3 years, meanwhile
working for his Master's degree at the University of Florida, which he obtained in 1949.
Mr. Speir came to the Canal Zone in 1951. He has been at B.H.S. for 13 years; 8 as
a classroom teacher of U.S. History and American Institutions, 2 as assistant principal,
and this is his third year as principal.
and this is his third year as principal.























Miss Dorothy Folse
Secretary


Mrs. Sue Hawk
Secretary


Sugar-a great source of energy!


Mrs. Eva Herrera
Secretary


Mrs. Priscilla Lane
Secretary


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JOHN C. KNICK
Assistant Principal
Clifton Forge, Virginia
University of Virginia
B.A., M.Ed.


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Miss Donna Stuebe


Miss Marie Weir


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Boys' Counselors


Mr. George Walters


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Library


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ENGLISH





In order to succeed in this ever-changing world, the ability to express oneself clearly
and intelligently is a must. Our English teachers have made the learning of this both
possible and enjoyable. We also grew to appreciate and know literature from all over
the world.


Hold on, Mr. Greene, the day is almost over!


MARY S. BRIGHAM
Battle Creek, Michigan
English 10, English 11-A
Battle Creek College, B.A.
Columbia University, M.A.


FREDERICK S. BROWN
Canutillo, Texas
English, Journalism
University of Washington, B.A.
University of New Mexico
M.A.


DOROTHY M. DARCY
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
English
University of Pennsylvania
B.S.














JOHN R. DEKLE
Tampa, Florida
English 12C&G
Florida State University
B.A., M.A.


RAYMOND B. GREENE
Bay City, Michigan
English, Speech-Drama
Arizona State University
B.A., M.A.


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JANE GRUVER
Dallas, Texas
English
Mary Hardin, Baylor University
B.A.


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MAUDENE KEEN
Mavisdale, Virginia
English II
Redford College, B.S.
University of Florida
M.Ed.


HERBERT WILSON KNAPP
Kansas City, Missouri
English
University of Missouri
B.S., M.A.


HAZEL P. MATTHEWS
Scottsboro, Alabama
English 10
George Peabody College for
Teachers, M.A.
Alabama College, A.B.


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JOE A. NORTON
San Jose, California
English
San Jose State College
B.A., M.A.


NANCY SCOTT
Normal, Illinois
English 12C
University of Illinois
B.A., M.A.


CHARLES M. TATMAN
Milltown, New Jersey
English
Temple University, B.A.
Rutgers University, M.S.



























CHARLES H. WALL
Uniontown, Pennsylvania
English
Waynesburg College, B.A.
University of Arkansas, M.A.


H. LORING WHITE
Sidney, Nebraska
English 12C
University of Connecticut
A.B., M.A.


C. M. DUKE WILSON
Jacksonville Beach, Florida
English
University of Florida
B.A., M.A.


Alternate:
MRS. PREVOST


HELEN S. WITKIN
Lewisburg, West Virginia
English
West Virginia University, B.A.
University of Minnesota, M.A.


ERNEST B. WRIGHT
Dallas, Texas
English
University of Oklahoma
B.A., M.Ed.










SOCIAL STUDIES





The history of nations is one of the most interesting and rewarding subject courses a
student can take. Balboa High School offers many such courses. In this modern world,
a knowledge of your own nation, as well as foreign nations is rewarding and just plain
good sense.















This "Ignorance is Bliss" maxim can be car-
rI tied too far!


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RONALD CAPPON
Adrian, Michigan
U.S. History
Adrian College, B.A.
Eastern Michigan University
M.A.


HAROLD L. CHAPPELL
Dodgeville, Wisconsin
U.S. History, World Geography
Wisconsin State College, B.S.
Colorado State College, M.A.


MARY L. CONDON
Grand Rapids, Michigan
World History
University of Michigan, M.A.














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FRANK J. DEGEER
Colorado Springs, Colorado
History
Colorado State, B.A.
University of Texas, M.A.


FRANK GATELY
Boston, Massachusetts
American Institutions
Boston State College. B.S.
Boston University, M.A.


EDWARD W. HATCHET, JR.
Balboa, Canal Zone
American Institutions
University of New Mexico,
B.B.A.
Arizona State University, M.A.


WALTER M. MIKULICH
Bessemer, Michigan
U.S. History
Moorhead State College, B.E.
State University of Iowa, M.A.


ROY E. KNOOP
Evergreen, Colorado
World History, World
Geography
Ohio Wesleyan University
B.A.
Columbia University, M.A.


MAYME JONES PREVOST
Eureka, North Carolina
World Geography
University of North Carolina
B.S.S.A.


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RUSKIN TEETER
Conway, Arkansas
Social Studies
University of Arkansas, M.A.


PATRICIA F. VAN EVERA
Boulder, Colorado
U. S. History
Hamline University, B.A.
University of Minnesota, M.A.


G. V. WILDE
Santa Rosa, California
World Geography
Chico State College
B.A., M.A.


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NATURAL SCIENCE












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One of America's most significant advances is in the scientific fields. Our science classes
discover new things and rediscover old with great senses of accomplishment and en-
joyment. Aided by our microscopes, bunsen burners, and slide rules, science students
learn about the things that make our world run.


JOHN A. BANASICK
Scottdale, Pennsylvania
General Science
West Virginia University
B.S., M.A.


DICK W. COLLVER
Billings, Montana
General Science
Eastern Montana College, B.S.
Colorado State College, M.A.


JAMES N. COOK
Baileysville, West Virginia
Biology
Marshall University, A.B., M.A.


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WALTER M. O. FISCHER
Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Chemistry
University of Chicago, B.S.
Columbia University, M.A.


LAWRENCE E. FRALEY
Boulder, Colorado
Physics
University of Colorado
B.A., M.B.S.


WILLIAM HANSHAW
St. Johns, Arizona
Chemistry
Nebraska State Teachers
College, B.S.
University of South Dakota
M.Ed.
University of Arizona, M.S.T.


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FRANK Y. HUKILL
Lexington, Kentucky
Biology
University of Kentucky
B.S., M.A.


REX ROBINSON
Carbon Hill, Alabama
General Science
University of Alabama
B.S., M.A.


LYLE V. JENKINS
Oregon
Biology
Portland State College, B.S.
Oregon State University, M.S.


J. WESTON SEAQUIST
Sister Bay, Wisconsin
Biology
University of Wisconsin, Ph.B.
New York University, M.A.


ELTON H. OTWELL
Jasper, Alabama
Physics
Auburn University
B.S., M.S.




















GEORGE M. WILLINGHAM
Lakeland, Florida
Chemistry
Alabama Poly. Insts.
B.S., M.S.


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MATHEMATICS




A sound knowledge of the basic principles of Mathematics is one thing that no one
should be without. Balboa High School offers excellent courses in Geometry, Algebra,
Trigonometry, and advanced and general Mathematics. The Science of Numbers offers
many challenges and rewarding experiences to the conscientious student.


"Mathematics make men subtile"


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NORMA BARKMAN
Eekton, Kentucky
Mathematics
Austin Peay State College, B.S.


W. EUGENE BONDURANT
Reidsville, North Carolina
Algebra 1
Duke University A.B., M.Ed.


GEORGE W. CASE
Oak Harbor, Washington
Algebra 1
Northern Idaho College of Edu-
cation, B.A.
University of Oregon, M.Ed.


LESTER D. HUMMEL
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Mathematics
Duquesne University
B.A., M.A.


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Bemidji, Minnesota
General Math, Algebra I
Bemidji State, B.A.
University of North Dakota
M.A.


LESTER HUTCHINSON
Sacramento, California
Geometry, Algebra
University of Idaho, B.S.
Arizona State University
M.A.


KARL W. SHIRLEY
Hereford, Texas
Algebra II, Solid Geometry
Texas Christian University
M.A.
West Texas State, M.Ed.


GORDON B. SMALL, JR.
Rye, New York
Trigonometry, Algebra I and II
Bowdoin College, A.B.
Brown University, M.A.


BILLY L. TURNEY
Tahlequah, Oklahoma
Mathematics
Northeastern Oklahoma State
College, B.A.
University of Arkansas, M.S.
University of Houston, D.Ed.


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HENRY J. WILLIAMS, JR.
Perry, Florida
Mathematics
University of Florida
B.S., B.A., M.Ed.


Alternates:
MR. OTWELL
MR. BATALDEN


DORIS H. WILLINGHAM
Fort Payne, Alabama
Mathematics
Auburn University, B.S.


GLENDON KRIESE
Minot, North Dakota
Algebra I and II
Minot State College, B.S.

Colorado State College, M.A.








FOREIGN LANGUAGES















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With modern-day communications, it is indeed, a "small world." Knowledge of foreign
languages is not only an enjoyable ability, but it is fast becoming almost indispensable
for foreign travel. Besides learning the language grammatically, the pupils are ac-
quainted with the countries of these languages, both historically and culturally. Literary
classics of the countries are also studied.


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GERTRUDE ARMIJO
Las Vegas, New Mexico
Spanish
University of New Mexico
B.A.
University of Wisconsin, M.A.
New Mexico Highlands
University, M.A.


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CLAUDE M. AYCOCK
Rocky Mount, North Carolina
Spanish
University of North Carolina
A.B.
Columbia University, M.A.


RUBY M. BISSETT
Birmingham, Alabama
Spanish
Howard College, A.B.
Womans Missionary Union
Training School, M.R.E.















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CLINTON C. CARNEY, JR.
La Jolla, California
Spanish
University of Southern
California, A.B., M.A.


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LIGIA DE ARMAS
Colon, Rep. of Panama
Spanish
Michigan State University
B.A., M.A.


SHIRLEY R. HASELDEN
Orlando, Florida
French
Wesleyan College, A.B.
University of Florida, M.A.


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STEPHEN R. PECK
Los Angeles, California
Spanish
University of Southern
California, B.A., M.A.


BEATRIZ F. PEREZ
Panama, Rep. of Panama
Spanish
Marycrest College, B.A.
State University of Iowa, M.A.


VERA M. PERRY
Evansville, Indiana
Latin
Evansville College, B.A.
Indiana University, M.S.


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MICHAEL POOL
Dumas, Texas
Spanish
Southern Methodist University
B.A.
University of Michigan


DONALD R. WILCOX
Sioux Falls, South Dakota
Spanish
Augustana College, A.B.
University of South Dakota
M.A.


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PHYSICAL EDUCATION
















STEWART J. BROWN
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Health, Physical Education
University of Pittsburgh
B.S., M.Ed.














The recent nation-wide Physical Fitness program has drawn attention to the physical
well-being of the American youth. Balboa High School provides four years of excellent,
compulsory physical education to all students. This program is a healthy, enjoyable
outlet for excess energy and it is invaluable in its benefits toward our physical and
mental well-being.


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DONALD J. CONNOR
Pasco, Washington
Health, Physical Education
Washington State University
B.S., M.S.


CECIL HERBERT
RAYBOURN
Panama, Rep. of Panama
Physical Education
Bradley University B.S.
East Texas State University
M.S.


MICHAEL E. SMITH
Eden Prairie, Minnesota
Health, Physical Education
University of Minnesota
B.S., M.Ed.



































PATRICIA A. LEHMAN
St. Joseph, Missouri
Physical Education
Northwest Missouri State
College, B.S., M.S.


CECELIA M. DAWSON
St. Petersburg, Florida
Health, Physical Education
University of Florida, B.S.


JULIA M. HARDIN
Juliette, Georgia
Physical Education
G.W.C., B.S.
Florido State University, M.S.


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LEONA J. KNIGHT
Needville, Texas
Physical Education
Sam Houston State College
B.S.
University of Tennessee, M.S.


CLEMENTINE E. YOUNG
Cheyenne, Wyoming
Physical Education, Health
Saint Catherine College, B.S.
Columbia University, M.A.


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BUSINESS EDUCATION




Business Education provides much needed training for young men and women in the
fields of typing, shorthand, accounting, and other fundamentals necessary to the person
interested in entering a business of any kind. It will enable them to find a place in
the business world.











GEORGE J. BATTLE
Myers, Montana
Typing
Montana State University, B.S.
University of Oregon, M.S.

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Austin, Texas
Shorthand
Southwestern University, B.B.A.
University of Texas, M.Ed.


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Typing


NARCISA ZARATE
El Paso, Texas
Advanced Typing & General
Business
University of New Mexico, B.S.
New Mexico State University
M.A.


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HOME ECONOMICS




























Future homemaker?





Home Economics teaches young women the fundamentals of household management,
menu planning, nutrition, and basic sewing guides. During the year the students par-
ticipate in style shows and make and serve menus to their classmates.


ALICE WHITTAKER
LATIMER
Montclair, New Jersey
Home Economics
Simmons College, B.S.
Columbia University, M.A.


VIRGINIA L. NORTON
Phoenix, Arizona
Home Economics
Arizona State University
B.A., M.A.








FINE ARTS







In the Art and Music courses of Balboa High School, the pupils learn the basics of
orchestration, band and the fundamentals of drawing. The Art classes put up colorful
and educational billboard displays and the Orchestra and Band practice for musical
presentation throughout the year. The Choral groups present different recitals during
the year, also.


DR. KENNEDY


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VICTOR A. HERR
Everett, Washington
Band and Orchestra
Columbia University, M.A.


MRS. JOHNSON








INDUSTRIAL ARTS


CALMER A. BATALDEN
Lomberton, Minnesota
Mechanical Drawing
Bradley University, B.S.
Pennsylvania State University
M.S.


The health, welfare, comfort, and productivity of nations are interwoven with new
developments in industrial arts. At Balboa High School, under the leadership of the
shop teachers, students are learning the theories, applications, and noteworthy advances
in this field through bookwork and actual experience. The course provides knowledge
of the principles of wood and metal work which must be known by those wishing to
center this field of vocation.


MR. ANDERSON


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ROTC


The Reserve Officers' Training Corps trains
it's cadets in basic military procedures and
tactics. The Annual Field Night and six
weeks Reviews have become popular insti-
tutions at Balboa High School.


MAJOR EDWARD M.
QUIGLEY, JR.
Louisville, Kentucky


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S/SGT. MILTON L. BRIDGES
Tuscaloosa, Alabama


S/SGT. DANIEL J. LEHAN
Minneapolis, Minnesota


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Chicago, Illinois
























Well Hamlet was supposed to die in the
last act, wasn't he?


Monday!!!


Wait a minute I want a few
copies of this picture!


No questions? Of course!


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THE ESCUTCHEON









FRESHMEN










As with most things there must be a beginning. In creating a coat-
of-arms, or an individual for that matter, there must be a blank on which
to work. With the coat-of-arms it is the escutcheon; with the individual
it is the person at each point of beginning in his life. The escutcheon is
the clean surface, shaped in the form of a shield and made of a hard and
durable material. The escutcheon has many forms, each representing, a
certain lineage or ideal. But whatever its form, the surface enclosed by
its wrought outline is clean, free of blemish, a tabia rasa awaiting the
first touch of the engraver's tool.

And so is it true of the individual, who comes in many shapes and
sizes-each representing a race, a color, a creed.





Freshman

Class

Sponsors


Mr. George Case


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Roy Wilson, President


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Sandra South


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Freshman

Class

Officers










One Way?


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Vivian Abbot, Charles Adams,
Donald Adams, Harry Albaugh,
Camilo Alfaro, Carlos Alfaro, Jef-
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year started,


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Elba Almodovar, John Andrews,
Mary Andrews, Ricky Appin, Mary
Arenz, Lenore Armijo, Anne Ar-
ras, Wayne Arruda, Douglas Art-
ley.

Fred Atkinson, Leo Austin, Elba
Ayala, Wayne Azrak, Alice Bag-
gott, Stephen Bailey, Wanda Baker.
Charles Balch, Bill Baldwin.

Merri Bandy, Emily Banks, William
Banks, Clara Bartechi, John Bates,
Alice Bauer, David Bell, Don Ben-
ham, Linda Bell.

Clair Berlin, Bettie Bernard, Charles
Bertolette, Louis Bertoli, Raymond
Bierbaum, Vickie Bitterman, Re-
becca Blackmon, Thomas Boriotti,
Deanna Boswell.


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Sharon Botzenmayer, James Bowen,
Diane Boyd, Robert Boyer, Kathy
Brady, Randy Brazile, Mike Brels-
ford, Maria Elena Bremer, Gerald
Brennam.

Richard Bright, Clark Bristol, Gil-
bert Brook, Lindsay Brooks, Rich-
ard Brooks, Shermane Brooks,
Brenda Brown, Martha Brown,
Robert Brown.

Donald Browne, Richard Brzezin-
ski, Anthony Burich, John Bush,
Michael Byrne, Frank Cain, David
Camby, Edwin Campany, Mabel
Canham.

Marie Carney, Jon Carlson, Wil-
liam Carpenter, James Carter,
Gregory Cascante, Mary Case, Lin-
da Cassady, Ana Castillo, Jeannette
Castro.

William Cawl, Robert Chalmers,
James Chancey, Gerald Chandon-
net, John Charbonneau, Constant
Chase, Elena Chodakowski, Alfaro
Clark, Nancy Clarke.


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Robert Cleveland
Elizabeth Clouse



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Mark Cobb



Susan Coffey
John Cole
Christina Collins



James Cook
Rocky Cookes
Rory Comerio


Blue Monday.


took its first step in a rewarding


John Conoan, Carl Cornn, Michael
Corrigan, Michael Corwin, Robert
Couch, Shirley Couch, Jean
Cowles, James Crane.


Gladys Craf, Peggy Culet, James
Cressy, Karen Davis, Lawerence
Davis, Nancy David, John Dees,
Peter Dehlinger.


Liliana De La Guardia, William
Deming, David Denny, Lois Den-
ton, Robert Derrick, Frank De-
veau, Willie Dew, Yadira Diaz.


Jim Dilfer, Roger Di Rosa, Carolyn
Dixon, Linda Dixon, James Dolan,
Neil Doherty. Robert Donley, John
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Maxene Dudgeon
Janice Dudley


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Jose Gabriel Duque
William Ebperson


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William Eddelman
Candace Elder


Gregory Elefterin
Denise Elia
Michael Elisberg


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Susan Engelke, Charles Ernst, Ri-
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Joseph Eytalis, James Fehrenbach,
Valerie Fernandez, Juan Ferrufino.


Norma Figueroa, David Finn, Gary
Folger, Karen Forehand, William
Foster, Fred Foxx, Catherine Frau-
enheim, Carrie Frensley.


Katrina Fritts, Ralph Furlong, Re-
becca Galdeno, Bertha Galla, An-
drea Garavanta, Glenda Garner,
Robert Garzo. Roberta Garza.


Regina Gasperi, Fred Gemmell, Paul
Gilman, Lauren Glass, Louis Glot-
zer, Bill Gough, James Goulding,
Eddie Gomez.


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Alfredo Gonzalez, Juan Gonzalez,
Myrna Gonzalez, Charles Greham,
Arthur Green, Suzanne Green,
Gwen Gregg, Ivonne Hall.


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Susan Hall, William Hall, Mary
Hager, Susan Halley, Robyn Ham-
metter, Mary Hanks, John Hanley,
Patricia Hannigan.

Warren Hansen, Michael Harold,
Gail Harrison, Rita Hassler, Mar-
cella Hawk, Patricia Hayes, James
Head, Linda Helm.

Beatriz Herrera, Russell Herring-
ton, Ines Hertz, Joanne Hey, Geoff
Hibner, Elsa Hickey, Pamela Hig-
gins, Sidney Hilliard.


Priscilla Hobday, Davelle Hoff,
Gene Holcomb, Jane Holcroft,
Bruce Homa, Celes Homan, Sharon
Howard, Charles Howe.


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Angela Huff, Sylvia Hulme, Scott
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Husted, Nidia Husted, Stephen
Hyre, James Jackson, Mary Jackson.


Dennis January, Bob Jeffrey, James
Jenner, Margarita Jilli, Lesbia John-
son, Sherry Johnson, Frankie Jones,
James Jones, Katherine Jones.


Patricia Jones, Robert Jordan,
S !_ Frank Joyner, Chris Jurgens, Bern-
hard Keefe, James Keesling, Gregory
Keggins, Robert Kelley, Richard
Kelly.
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Robert Kerr, Karen Keys, Donald
Kimbrel, William Kimbrough,
Kathleen Kimsey, Kevin Kingsbury,
Anita Kinner, Brian Kirkman,
Charlie Klette.

Phillip Kloshe, George Kooken,
John Kotalik, Vivian Kosan, John
Koslowski, Joseph Kralich, Arthur
Krapfl, Patricia Krise, Rhonda
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Kyrt Lane
James Lansberry
Ivonne Lavendar


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Susan Lavallee
Dennis Learned
Clif Le Blanc
Vielka Lee


Michael Leighton
Lorin Lessiak
Jean Lindh
Richard Lindo


Gregory Llana
Stephen Liana
James Lopez
Manuel Lopez


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As Freshmen we began to work harder,


Gail Lomas, Naomi Lorain, Michael
Lovelace, Lewis Lovelady, Kathy
Lucas, Wilfredo Lugo, Brenda Luke,
Diana Ma, Patrick Macdonell.


Marlene Major, Robert Mallahan,
Richard Mallahan, John Malene,
Ernest Malone, Michael Malone,
Sharon Mann, Delories Manning.


Sybil Markun, Bonnie Marlow,
David Marshall Linda Marshall,
Michele Martin, Pedro Martinez,
Vernon May, Michael McCauley,
Thomas McCarragher.


Kathy McClure, David McCon-
aughey, Roberta McCoy, Mike Mc-
Dermott, Donald McEniry, James
McFadden, Barbara McGarth, David
McGarth, James McGarth.


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Valerie McIntire
Kevin McKenna
Paul McKenna


William McLeod
Robert McQueary
Michael Melant
Maria Mengel


Anne Metivier
Lois Meyer
Zachary Michaelis
Juanita Milas


Lourdes Millor
Donna Mills
Phillip Mock
Fernando Monterroso


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Clara Moore, Henry Morfi, Maria
Morfi, Rosaurita Mourino, Edna
Murdock, Richard Murdock, Joseph
Murphy, Robert Murphy, George
Myers.

Ellen Naylor, Michael Nehring,
Daniel Nelson, Ramon Nieoes,
Susan Nusbaum, Patricia O'Brien,
John O'Connor, Margie Ollar,
Carrie Orr.


Richard Osborn, Fernando Ostrea,
Laura Pajak, Sandra Palenchar,
Elsa Pardo, Linda Park, Stephen
Parker, Linda Perry, Janet Perry.

Joel Perantie, Ann Pescod, Lynn
Peterson, Gale Phillips, Frances
Piaia, Ellen Plata, Richard Plucker,
Charles Pollock, Luc Prefontaine.


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Lawrence Price, Charles Pritham,
Arnes' Proback, Tommy Pustis,
Pruscille Pryer, Silvia Quijano,
Larry Quinn, Billy Quiros, Jayne
Ralston.


Jo Ann Rateau, Linda Razo, Mary
Reilly, Ronald Renner, Tommy
Reyes, Brenda Rhea, Craig Rhodes,
Georgia Rios, Jaime Rios.


Kathleen Robbins, Golda Robertson,
Jeanne Robertson, Steven Rocker,
Vesta Rodgers, Elida Rodriguez,
Victoria Rodriguez, Leslie Roe, Bob
Roelse.

Larry Rodgers, Philip Rogers, Eliza-
beth Rose, Mary Rose, David Rowe,
Dixie Rowe, Pamela Rowe, James
Saarinen, Nikki Sabo.


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Vicki Schoch, Kenneth Scott,
Walter Scott.


Sam Scribner, Crystal Scully, Orval
Searcy, Gerry Seldon, Allen Sellers,
Beverly Sener, Mary Sharp.


Charles Shields, Charles Shirer,
Milton Short, Roy Shuey, Tony
Silva, Catherine Slager, Margaret
Slover.


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Catherine Smith, Connie Smith,
Patricia Smith, Patrick Smith,
Richard Smith, Robert Smith, Rus-
sell Smith, Wesley Smith. William
Smith.

Earl Sollami, Richard Sollami, Jane
Sooy, Bill Sooy, Miguel Sotomayor,
Sandra South, Robert Speaks, Philip
Spencer, John Spinelli.

Martha Spinney, Robert Stanley,
Philip Steers, John Steiner, James
Stephan, Larry Stephens, Kay
Stephenson, Elizabeth Stetler, Paul
Stetler.

Violita Steeler, James Stevenson,
Noralyn Stewart, Susan Stewart,
Kerry Stratford, Charles St. John,
Lothar Stover, Kirkman Stringfel-
low, Janet Stuart.

Duncan Summerford, Bernice Swaf-
ford, Judith Swiney, Marcia Tab-
bert, Arnold Talbott, Edgar Talley,
Harold Taylor, Collen Teets, Billy
Thompson.


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Harry Whitney, Robert Wilcox,
Bill Williams, O'lynn Williams,
Jeanette Will, Sandra Wills, Harold
Wilson.


look to the future.


Rebecca Winborn, Mary Ann Win-
klosky, Henry Winter, Judith Wit-
kin, Nellie Wood, Sandra Wood,
Cathy Wright, Stanley Wright,
Stephanie Wynshaw.

Richard Yost, Maria Cartagenia,
Ada Cartagenia, Pat McDonald,
William Hughes, Lonnie Miller,
Ralph Stinson, David Trahan.


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Roy Wilson
Michael Andrews


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Carl Thompson, Sheila Thompson,
James Thompson, John Thompson,
Dale Thornburg, Emily Tinker,
Gwendolyn Todd. Timothy Toland.
Maritra Toledo.

Richard Tranum, Preston Trim,
Ben Trotter, Bill Trotter, Barbara
Valentine, Sandra Valentini, James
Van Loon, Sharon Van Winkle,
Natividad Vecchione.

Carmen Vieto, Ceferino Villamil,
James Violette, Jamie Vogel, Cheryl
Waide, Gerald Waguespack, Marcell
Walker, James Wall, Albert Wal-
lace.

Judy Walton, Debbie Ward, Mary
Wargacki, Victoria Wargacki, Kath-
ryn Warren, Steve Washburn, Con-
nie Weaver, Fredrick Webster,
Edwin Weeks.


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Enclosed by the outline of the escutcheon, the first sketches are laid
on the surface of the field. The design is incomplete; it blurs many
times as it changes and evolves. When the artist's primary design is
established, he sets to work indicating it in the initial lines. He sketches
with a light pen the basic outline of his idea. Then he applies for the
first time his sharp-edged blade to the surface. He does not carve
deeply, as he is yet undecided upon his final pattern. In the same
fashion, so does the sharp-edged blade of experience cut away the less
durable material which conceals the individual's personality. The work
seems too slowly accomplished and a sense of incompleteness often tends
to hide the process. But the first engravings shape themselves into an
evolving design as both the field and the individual stand forth against
their backgrounds.







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Sponsors




Mr. Cook


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Class


Officers


Duke Wilson
President


Miguel Osborne
Vice President


Sarah Runnestrand
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We, the class of '66,


Helen Aanstoos
David Albanese
Eduardo Alfaro
Maritza Aizpurua
Irene Alexander
Eric Allemano
Ralph Allemano
Leonard Allen
Norman Allen
Ralph Allyn
Mary Almquist
Cheryl Alpert
Adriana Alvarado
Susan Alves
Betty Anderson
Candace Anderson
Miriam Anderson
Eric Andrews
Robert Arbough
Courtlyn Armstrong
Diane Arnold
Robert Askew
Alcinda Atkins
Leisa Atkins
Christine Atwell
Adela Bacot
Arthur Baggott
Lynn Baglien
Michael Bailey
Rubye Baker
Barry Balch
Susan Barb
John Barb
Jenny Barkema
Nancy Basham
Teresa Bay


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Charles Beardall
Eda Beechner
Florinda Beechner
Michael Bell
Susan Bell
Diana Bembenek
Eridia Benitez
Morgan Benson
Roberta Berger
Cheryl Berryhill
David Bilbrey
Pattie Bittel
Barrett Blackard
Gerald Blake
Alan Blumberg
Sandra Blumberg
Elaine Boehning
Catherine Boggs
Bill Boiler
Regina Booker
Patricia Booth
Andres Borrero
Nelson Borrero
Robert Boukalis
Sandra Bowen
James Brady
Margaret Branstetter
Wayne Brassey
Balfoure Brenes
Margaret Brook
Anderson Brown
Beverly Brown
Kelvin Brown
Carol Browne
Robert Bruce
Marie Bruland


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Marion Bundy
Margaret Bunnell
Katherine Burton
Austin Byrd
John Cain


Marta Calleja
Jerry Campion
Cynthia Carey
James Carney
Thomas Carpenter

Linda Cassibry
Joseph Castro
Patricia Chandler
Richard Chaney
Louis Churchville

Betty Clark
Joanne Clarizio
Stephen Claybourne
Cathy Clinton
Marjorie Cohen


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David Dempsey
Roger Denny
Gail Derrer
Barbara Detamore
Lucia Di Blasi
Franklin Dishong
George Dolan
Mary Donaldson
Patrick Donaldson
Michael Doran
Kristie Downing
Christopher Dillon
Michael Dubroff
Elizabeth Dudley
Gloria Duke
Barbara DuVall
Vicki Dykstra
Patricia Farl
Judy Emerson
Kathleen Engdlke
Rene Estripeaut
Tracy Ferrel
Marina Figueroa
Robert Fildes
Lois Finlason
Fran Fitzwilliam
Julia Fitzwilliam
Linda Fletcher
John Foster
Charles Fontaine
Patricia Frazer
Susan Fuller
Norris Fussell
Barbara Fuqua
Olga Galego
Freddieann Gallardo


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Lorene Collister
Diane Comerio
Carole Conn
James Conyne
Susan Cook


Lois Corben
Miguel Corco
Sidney Craig
Mary Crego


Anita Creque
Ruth Crouch
Roscoe Crump
Rosemary Crush
Victoria Davis


Frances Dean
Barbara De Camp
James De La Pena
Liliane De Mena
David Defries





James Gangle
William Garber
Fredrick Garcia
Herbert Gardner
Joseph Garriga
Itzel Gaudiano
Catherine Giardina
Patrick Gipson
Albert Gonzalez
Jorge Gonzalez
Richard Gonzalez
Terry Graham
Doris Green
Holly Green
Jack Grill
Linda Groves
Elizabeth Guibert
Eduardo Guillen
Clyde Guinn
Larry Haff
Phyllis Hager
Larry Hager
Craig Halliday
Roger Hamilton
Vera Hanchin
John Hanna
Mary Harold
Ronnie Harned
Michael Harper
Monte Harper
Richard Harrington
Charles Harrison
Vickv Harvey
Steve Hatch
John Hendricks
Gabriel Hernandez


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Cassandra Hibner
Pamela Hicks
Kristina Higgins
Linda Hilliard
Alexander Hinek
Douglas Hinek
Norma Herrera
Jane Hesters




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Ann Jackson
Leslie Jackson
James Jackson
Renee Jankus
Diana Jarvis
Theodore Jemmott

Bentley Jenkins
Christie Jenner
Jan Jensen
Judy Jernigan
Edmond Jilli
Everett Justice

Suzanne Kaelin
Kenneth Kaisch
Katherine Kamish
Nancy Kascher
Donald Kat
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Linda Hettenbach
James Hobbs
Carol Holden
Thomas Holmberg
Barbara Hopkins
Edward House
Alice Howard
Nuel Howard
Richard Hoyle
Blanca Huertas
James Hudgins
Linda Huff
Thomas Hughes
Michael Hummel
David Hunsucker
Jerrilyn Hunt
William Hunter
Linda Illueca


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Ronald Ken-
Kenneth Kl ii
Ruth Kells
Richard Keim
Molly Kenni gtu
Michael Kerin
Bonnie Kerr
Karen Kerr
Robert Kimsev
Gary King
Kris Kingsburv
Martha Kite
Karen Klages
Nora Knight
Margaret Knox
Serge Kohan
George Kosak
Kim Kristoff


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Olga Lagassie
Mary Lair
Laura Laird
Tracy Lansberry
April Leaver
Kathleen Le Brun
Penny Lee
Walter Lenneville
Carol Lewis
Elizabeth Lindo
Michael Littig
Kathleen Litton
Stephen Logneaux
Ruth Loran
Dillon Lynch
Margaret Macdonell
Frank Major
Antoinette Malene


not yet with


senior limelight,


Robert Malmstrom
Margie Malone
Timothy Malone
Gerald Maloney
Albert Manning
Mathew Manning

Gloria Manno
Wanda Marks
Jo Marti
Doris Martin
Emilio Martinez
Nancy Mason

Debbie McGee
Karen McGee
Peter McGrath
Thomas McGraw
Karen McLane
Judy McLean


One. two. three, look at me.


Marvin McMillon
Bernadette McNamee
Vernon McNamee
David McNaught
Edna McNeese
Lenora Medcalf
Ernestina Medin.i
Timothy Meehan
Albert Meggerx
Michael Meli
Charles Met7
Bob Meyer
Monica Mever
Michele Meyer,
Pamela Michel
George Mekosi
IJmes Miles
Hilda Miller


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Lana Nadeau
Kenneth Nelson
Vilma Newell
Linda Newman
James Nichols
John Nita
Frances O'Brien
Kevin O'Connell
Karlene Oeding
Victor Oliver
James Osborn
Miguel Osborne
Margaret Ott
Lawrence Oxx
Andrew Page
Janice Parker


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Patricia Miller
Merrilyn Mitchell
Thomas Mitchell
Haim Mizrachi
Carol Mobley
Zeevy Mogilevsky
Rosacinda Montemayor
Yolanda Mora
Charles Moras
Helen Morris
Darryl Morse
Douglas Morse
Gary Moyer
Robert Mulholland
Joan Muller
Wallace Murdock
John Myers
Brenda Myrick










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Martha Rodriguez
Steven Roth
Paul Rowe
Cynthia Rudesheim



Sarah Runnestrand
George Ruppert
Priscilla Russell
Robert Russell



Elizabeth Salonick
Sharon Samson
Wynne Samuelson
Alfredo Sanchez


Joan Sartain
Phyllis Sasnett
Neil Satterwhite
Mark Saunders


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Tom Parker
Judy Patient
Richard Patton
Dorothy Pescod
George Pescod
Thomas Pescod
Joe Piascik
Susan Poerner
Anne Pohl
Fred Ponce
Patricia Pratchett
Travis Price
Alan Proctor
Mary Proudfoot
John Rathgeber
Larry Ray
Ruth Raymond
Mary Redding
Michael Reinhardt
William Renner
Sheldon Reyher
John Reynolds
Thomas Rice
Randall Rich
Gwyneth Richard
Charles Richards
Paul Richards
Jeanette Richardson
Henry Richter
David Ricker
Jennie Riesch
Ethelyn Riley
Jeff Riley
Ramona Rios
Charlotte Rhodes
Louis Rodriguez


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Kathryn Scanlon
Anthony Schmid
Dolores Schmidt
Douglas Schnepel
Kathy Schroeder
Martha Searcy

Donna Searle
Marjorie Sener
Michael Sharp
Sandra Shirley
Gary Showalter
William Silen

Sam Sillick
Charles Simmons
Lamar Sizemore
Lowell Slagle
Emmanuel Sledge
Paula Sledge


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Robert Smail
Carol Smith
David Smith
Sally Smith
Stephen Smith
Russell Smith
Fred Smzymanski
George Snowden
Georgette Sosa


Carol Sparks
Janice Speaks
David Speir
Mary Spinelli
Sandra Spinney
Terry Sprague
Rosary Stacy
Margarita Stallworth
Stephen Stangl
Charlotte Stanley
George Stanley
Sara Stanphill
Gerald Starr
Susan Stetler
Janet Steward
Thomas Stoakley
Olga Stone
Theodore Supple
Jane Taht
Melanie Tarflinger
Robb Taylor
Frank Tester
Michael Thompson
Nancy Tinkler
Bettina Torres
David Trahan
Judith Trainor
Sandra Tucker
Linda Turbyfill
Rupert Turner
Linda Turpin
Kim Upton
Thomas Uribe
Patricia Vanderburg
Lill Van Eps
Elena Varela


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Robert Van Winkle
Justo Velez
Suzanne Vignes
Mitzi Vogel
Helen Waldron
Judy Wall
Carole Walker
James Walker
Susan Wallace
Phyllis Warner
Dennis Watkins
Marion Watson
Michael Weade
Linda Weeks
Vicky Weeks
William Welch
Steven Wellman


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Alan Wells
Betty White
Everett White
Judy White
Mary White
Weldon White
Fred Whitney
Grace Whitney
Lyle Wickman
Eddie Wiese
Deborah Wilder
Helena Williams
Scott Williams
Sheryl Williams
Marian Willis
Roy Wilmoth
Duke Wilson
Sandra Wilson


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Kathryn Winn
Paula Wirtz
Wilda Wong
Bobbie Woods
Pamela Woods
Lorain Worsham
David Wright
Edmund Wright
Oscar Wright
Thomas Wyatt
Nancy York
Elinor Young
Gary Zambito
Paul Zeinick
Connie Zemer
Richard Zornes
Susan Ball
John Barb
Patricia Bartlett
Linda Fortune
Emilio Velez
Joe Piascid


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As the engraver's work draws to a close, so too does that
of the individual. The former has deepened and widened the
lines on the field, and with these stronger marks has created
the charge. The individual has developed his convictions and
determined his standpoints. Both processes, artistic and de-
velopment, are completed. Permanent grooves are colored and
polished. Standards of integrity molded into a firm character.
How long the design lasts depends upon the sincerity with
which it was attempted.





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What? A blue and gold class


Frank Baldwin
Richard Baltozer
John Barber



Nancy Barcelo
Dolores Barnes
Patricia Basham



Miriam Bateman
Virginia Beaty
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Doreen Adams
Michael Albert
Raymond Albertson
Patsy Albritton
Sara Alejandro
Daniel Aleman
Eloy Alfaro
Leida Almodovar
Earl Anderson
Eric Anderson
Jose Anguizola
Linda Askew
Linda Auble
Aracelis Aviles
Paulina Aviles
Merian Brittain
Robert Baggott
Patricia Bain


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Janice Berg
Lucille Bertolette
Jose Bibbo
Steve Bissell
George Black
Eugene Blumberg
Charles Blystone
Gail Bohannon
Nancy Bongiorni
Patricia Boriotti
Howard Boswell
Jean Bouche
William Boughner
Patricia Bowling
Sharon Bowman
Sharyon Boyd
Kevin Bradley
Mary Jean Brady


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Dora Brandenburg
Elizabeth Brannan
Mark Breslin
Roy Bridges
Barbara Brown
Ralph Brown
Stewart Brown
Suzanna Brown
Carol Bryson
Dennis Bryson
Beverly Buehler
Ernest Buenafe
Manuel Buenafe
Nancy Bunnell
Ralph Burda
Frederick Burton
Andrea Byrd
Mario Calleja


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Linda Campbell
Michele Canavagio
Alice Cann



Johanna Carlson
Cynthia Carlton
Ronnie Carroll



George Case
Mary Cashman
Ricardo Cazorla


Linda Cecil
Nancy Chadwick
Ruth Chance
Rebecca Chancy
Virginia Chaney
Kathleen Chandler
Susan Charbonneau
Phillis Chase
Donna Cheaney
Don Chesson
Paul Chisolm
Paula Chodakowski
Aleika Clare
Steve Clarke
Jack Clinton
Diana Cobb
John Colacicco
Charles Colburn


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John Cooper
Mary Cooper


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Gordon Dale
Robert Daniel



William Daubin
Luther Davis
Margarita Davis


Jerry Denton
Robert Dessert
Suzanne Dessert
Edward Deveau
Stephen Dickey


Mary Dignam
Catherine Dimmick
Frank Disharoon
Katherine Dolan
Linda Dominguez


Patricia Doran
Bruce Douglas
Larry Douglas
Robert Dryia
Joan Dunn


Robert Dunn
Dennis Dykstra
Donald Emerson
Robert Engelke
William Egolf


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Paul Elia
Jacob Esterline
Peter Etchemendy
Evan Evans



Randall Everson
Susan Falardeau
William Fall
Paula Faulkner


Ina Fisher
John Fitzgerald
Mary Fitzwilliam
Mary Flinchbaugh


Virginia Flumach
Lewis Fontaine
George Fox
Patricia Fritts


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Elizabeth Critch
James Culet
Linda Culhane


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Sandra Genther
Janis George


Leslie Fulcher
Nancy Fuller
Steve Fulton
Lillian Furlong
Thomas Galya

Angela Ganser
Jack Garavanta
Della Garcia
Mary Garcia
Linda Garcia


Terence Gleason
Juan Gonzalez



Sarah Gonzalez
Zaida Gonzalez


we Juniors were






Marlene Gordon
Robin Gordon


Frances Goulding
Larry Gramilich
Susan Greene


Why does he insist on,
dog stories?


Michael Gurney
Pablo Gutierrez
Diana Haky
William Hale
Robert Hall
Phoebe Hamill


Kermit Griffin
Larry Grill
Walter Grow
Esther Gunderson


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Sylvia Glass


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SJames Hanson
Ronald Hanuschak
Sj Pamela Harrington
Barbara Harris
Lillian Harrison
Robert Harrison
James Hearn
Shirley Hedden
Susan Heimer
Daniel Hele
Cora Henderson
Ronald Henderson
Ronald Henderson
Elizabeth Hendricks
Cora Herrea
S Alfred Hibbert
Diana Hindman
Jeffrey Hirschl
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Sheila Holcroft
John Hollen
Russell Hoogland
Judith House
Esther Hovan
SVicki Hutchinson

L". Dianna Hyre
Andrew Jacobson
Melodie James
Michael January
James Jenkins
Brenda Johnson
Idette Johson
Isis Johnson
Linda Jones


Everyone had a "Ball"


Charles Joyner
Delfina Justiniano
Brian Keggins




Brian Keeney
Emory Kessling
Gregory Kennington




Jorge Kiamco
Robert Kilpatric
Linda King




Kathryn Kingsbury
Velma Kirkland
Connie Kirkman


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Nelly Kirmer
Judy Klages
Robert Klipper
Margaret Knapp
Dorothy Knox
William Krapfl
Russell La Fuente
Calvin Landrum
Christopher Lane
Elizabeth Lane
Jack Lunsford
Donna Larson
James Lastinger
Robert Lavallee
Eva Lawrence
Robert Lawyer
Ricardo Lay
Wayne Leake
Daniel Learned
Gerald Lee
Pam Lesser
Marilyn Lemaster
Susan Lessiak
Thomas Lewis
Barbara Lewter
George Linfors
Harold Little
Terri Lockhart
Carole Lopez
Jacquelyn Lovelady
Lionel Lovell
Lynda Lueckeman
Aymee Lugo
Lynda Luke
Gail Lynch
Carl Mable
Shirley MacDonald
Wesley Major
Helen Manning


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Harold Marks
Rita Martens
Adrienne McAndrews
Patrick McCarragher
Charles McConney
Vicki McCoy
Carol McCue
Edward McEniry
Eddie McFadden





















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Mary McFadden
Teresa McGann
John McGrath


Gerald McNabb
Robert Merrill
Cecilia Merriwether


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Heather Metheny
Gordon Meuse
Paul Meyer


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Margarita Milas
Elizabeth Miller
Mary Miller


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Raymond Miller
Shirley Miller
Stanley Mock

Joy Moore
Irene Mora
Lesile Mora
Michael Morrow


Robert Morse
Daniel Mullins
Cinders Murdock
Carol Muse


Linda Naar
Kathryn Nehering
Richard Nolan
Robert Nolan


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We supplied the better half


Robert Norton
Jerry Nunley
Gary Nurenberg
Jacqueline O'Berst
Robert O'Connor
Sandra Oczkowcz
Dennis O'Donnell
Marcelina Olayvar
Jessica Ories
Emelyna Ortega
Bruce Parker
Arthur Payne
Carole Pearson
Ron Pederson
Pennie Pelkey
Sylvia Perra
Susan Petersen
Cheryl Peterson
James Peterson
Jane Peterson
George Phillips
James Plata
Michael Plucker
Emiliano Ponce
James Preacher
Monique Prefontaine
Karl Prescott
Herbert Prescott
Richard Prevost
Carolyn Price


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Catherine Price
Robert Prince
Luther Quinn
Carole Quintal
Christina Quiros
Mary Rateau
Jack Ray
Edward Renner
James Rhodes
Val Jon Rich
Georgia Richarde
Bruce Richards
James Richardson
Alida Rivera
Walker Rivera
John Rizzo
Elizabeth Robertson
Larry Robertson
Kimbal Robbins
Howard Rogers


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Ruben Roderigiez
Kenneth Roth
Ada Ruiz
Robert Rupp


Carol Saarinen
Robert Samuelson
Mary Sanchez
Dorothy Sanders


Doing the Bulldog bounce.


Maria Sague
Kristine Sanford
Alfred Sardinas
John Sargent
Lancey Saunders
James Savidge
Carol Schafer
Suzanne Schmidt
Dale Searle


Jeffrey Sears
Randall Seemann
! Lyndall Sellens
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Kathleen Sheridan
S Candance Shirley
Shirley Sillick
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James Slover


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Theresa Smith
William Smith
Eddie Smithwick
Eugina Soberanis

Argelis Sotomayor
Frank South
Donna Southwell
Lettie Sparling
Lewis Stabler

Bernard Starkenberg
Robert Starr
Helen Stewart
Philip Stewart
Ann Stitch

Lydia Saurez
Frank Suarez
Roark Summerford
Novella Sumner
Patric Swanstrom


the Junior-Senior Banquet,


William Tilley
William Tillman
Faith Tisdale


Angel Toledo
James Tomanilli
Barbara Toothman


John Trainor
Ronald Tremblay
Linda Trevino


"Really think we can steal it?"


Patricia Trim
Marilyn Truitt
George Turner


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John Swiney



Robert Tarr
Vaughan Taylor



Sharon Ten Broeck
Gloria Tester



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Danny Thornberg


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Terry Turner
Paula Tysinger
Patricia Unverferth
Phillip Uribe
Richard Valenzuela


Dirk Van Loon
Greg Van Tassell
Cynthia Van Voorhis
Daisy Vargas
Gricelda Vasnick


Doris Vasquez
Miguel Vecchione
Elaine Vestal
Dianne Vick
Candance Wagner


David Warren
Lynn Watkins
Mary Lou Watkins
Leroy Watson
Russell Watson


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Douglas Weeks
Carol Weinstock
Elizabeth Wellington



Randall Werntz
Brenda Westfall
Sharon Wheeler
Anthony White


James White
Patrick White
Joan Widdecke
Mary Wiese
William Wiktor


Frank Wilder
Dora Will
Susan Willenbrock
Maryann Williams
Richard Williams
Janet Williar


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Gloria Wilson
Heidi Wilson
Jane Wilson
Janice Wilson


Ann Winquist
Gloria Wirth
Carla Wisham
Betty Womble
Kathryn Wood


Janet Wright
Diane Zerr


Patricia Fuqua
Priscilla Hernandez


Vivian Butler
Mary Ellen Hibbert


Mike McClure
Penny Riley


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Frank Ansel
Robert Compton


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Darwin must have been wrong!!!


Tom Zarnes




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Sue Himer
George Wodrozka


Dorothy Prescott
Jeannette Foster


Connie Balmar
Louie Zarrilli
Jerry Worsham


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Rita Hedman


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Just as the scroll relates the motto, the next stage of the
individual uncovers a code, an ethic by which to live. The
scroll itself is adorned with the phrase associated with the owner
of the coat-of-arms. It states the owner's guiding moral
throughout life.
This last stage in the tedious route toward the develop-
ment of character is vitally important. The individual has
compiled his new-found ideals and standards and has created
a maxim with which to guide himself through any situation
testing his integrity.





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Our year was spent









Vincente Ernesto Abea
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William Edward Adams
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VINCENTE ERNESTO ABEA. Feb. 11, 1947. Panama, R. de P. Mu Alpha Theta 4; N.H.S. 3,4;
Science Club 3,4; Slide Rule Club 2; Physics Assistant 4; Chemistry Assistant 3; R.O.T.C. Drill
Team 3; Honor Guard 2,3,4; 2nd Lieutenant 4; Football (Intramurals) 1; Basketball (Intramurals)
1; Bowling (Intramurals) 1; Volley Ball (Intramurals) 1,2,3; Soccer (Intramurals) 1,3; Chorus 1;
Glee Club 1,2,3.
LOUIS ROQUE ADAMS. May 25, 1946. Panama, R. de P. Camera Club 1,2; Chess Club 1,2,3;
Drama Club 1,2,3,4; Latin Club President 3; Mu Alpha Theta 4; Natl. Thespians 3,4; Science Club
1,2,3,4; Physics Assistant 4; R.O.T.C. Awards Ball 2,3; Color Guard 3; Drill Team 2; Firing Squad
2; Honor Guard 3,4; 1st Lieutenant 4; Usher Guard 3; Christmas Formal Committee 3; Jr.-Sr. Prom.---
Comm. 3; Sadie Hawkins Dance 2; Showcase 3; Football (Intra.) 2, 3; Soccer (Intra.) 2;
"Death Takes a Holiday" 3; "If Girls Ask Boys for Dates" 3; "The Lottery" 3; "Death of the Hired
Man" 3; "Our Town" 3; "Joan of Lorraine" 4; "The Grass Harp" 2; Assembly Committee, Chairman
4; Co-ordinating Committee 4; Welfare Comm. 4; Talent Show 3.
WILLIAM EDWARD ADAMS. November 8, 1945. Margarita, Canal Zone. Drill Team 2,3,4; Firing
Squad 2,3; Commander 4; E-6; Usher Guard 2.
GEORGIANNE ALBAUGH. May 20, 1946. Virginia. Drama Club 4; Future Teachers of America Georgianne Albaugh
4; Pep Club 4; Bridge Club 4; Drill Team 4; Office Assistant 4; Christmas Formal Comm. 3; Jr.-
Sr. Prom Comm. 3; Chorus 2,3; Usher Awards Day Assembly 3.
GAIL ESTHER ALBRITTON. July 27, 1946. Ancon, Canal Zone. G.A.A. 1,2, Coordinator of
Officials 3; President 4; Mu Alpha Theta 4; N.H.S. 3,4; Girls State 3; Biology Lab Assistant 2; Senior
Gift Comm. 4; Basketball (Intra.) 1,2,3,4; Bowling (Intra.) 2,3; Softball 2,3; Tennis (Varsity) 1,2,3;
Ping Pong 2,3; Volley Ball (Varsity) 1,2,3,4; Badminton 2,3; Basketball All Stars 1; Volley Ball All
Stars 1,2,3; S.A. Alternate 3; Inaugural Ball Chairman 4; S.A. Rep. 4; Usher N.H.S. 2,3.
VICTOR MANUEL ALERS. September 2, 1945. Mayaguez, Puerto Rico. Letterman's Club 3,4;
Boys State 3; Cap and Gown Committee 4; Football (Intra.) 3,4; Baseball 3,4; Basketball (Intra.)
3,4; Track 3,4; Track All-Stars 3; Track (Intra.) 3,4; Civic Council Election 4.
JOLLEEN ADELE ALLEN. September 4, 1945. Panama, R. de P. Office Assistant 2,3,4; Volley
Ball (All Stars) 2; Softball All Stars 2.
MICHAEL WILLIAM ALEXANDER. November 13, 1946. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Drama Club
Vice-President 4; Football (Intra.) 4; Basketball Intramurals 4; "Joan of Lorraine" 4; S.A. Alternate
4.



Gail Esther Albritton







Victor Manuel Alers W" 3 .
Jolleen Adele Allen *
Michael William Alexander






in glory and preparation.


Thomas E. Alves
Patrick Michael Arnold
Harry Alden Ashby


Mario Ayala
Mario Ayala


Louise Ann Bailey


THOMAS E. ALVES. June 24, 1946. Ancon, Canal Zone. Football (Intramurals) 3.
PATRICK MICHAEL ARNOLD. July 1, 1944. Ancon, Canal Zone. Awards Ball 2; Drill Team 2;
Firing Squad 2; PFC; Football 1; Football (Intra.) 1; Baseball 4; Basketball (Intra. )4; Swimming 1;
Track 1.
HARRY ALDEN ASHBY. August 10, 1945. Panama, R. de P. C.C.C. 3; Swimming 3,4; Swim-
ming (Intramurals) 3,4; Parakeet 1; Chorus 4; Carnival Dance 3,4; School T.V. Program 1.
MARIO AYALA. September 15, 1946. La Chorrera, Panama. Chess Club 3; Latin Club 3,4; Mu
Alpha Theta 3,4; N.H.S. 3,4; Chemistry Assistant 3; R.O.T.C. 2,3,4; 1st Lt.; Football (Intra.) 1,2,3;
Basketball (Intra.) 1,2; Bowling (Intra.) 1; Ping Pong 1; Volleyball (Intra.) 1,2; Water Polo 1;
Soccer 2,3.
LOUISE ANN BAILEY. April 29, 1946. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Drama Club 3; F.T.A. 3;
Literary Club 3,4; Mythology Club 1; N.H.S. 4; Pep Club 1; United Nations Club 4; Bridge Club
4; Awards Ball 4; R.O.T.C. Sponsor 4; Class Secretary 4; Cards and Announcements 4; Senior Co-
ordinating Comm. 4; Freshman Dance 1; Sophomore Showcase 2; Senior Showcase 4; Senior Ring 4;
Basketball (Intra.) 2; Volleyball 1; Accordion Band 1,2; Awards Day 3,4; S.A. Representative 1,3;
Baccalaureate Marshal 3; Graduation Marshal 3; N.H.S. Usher 1; Girls State 3; Girls Nation 3.
GLORIA JEAN BALLENGER. January 5, 1943. Panama, R. de P. Basketball 1,2,3,4.
MARIE LYNN BAQUIE. October 16, 1946. New York City, N. Y. Chess Club 2; Drama Club
3,4; French Club 3,4; Folk Singers Club 4; Latin Club 2,3; Literary Club 4; Natl. Thespians 4;
C.C.C. 2,3; Chemistry Assistant 4; "Death Takes a Holiday" 3; "Our Town" 3; "Joan of Lorraine"
4; Chorus 2; "Death of the Hired Man" 3.
JOHN RAYMOND BARRETT. March 22, 1946. Ancon, Canal Zone. Letterman's Club 3,4; Slide
Rule Club 2; Awards Ball 2; R.O.T.C. 2; P.F.C.; Football 3,4; Football (Intra.) 1; Canal Zone All
Stars 3; Bowling (Intra.) 1; Track (Intra.) 1; S.A. Alternate 1,3.


















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MARY KATHRYN BARTLETT. September 8, 1946. Ancon, Canal Zone. Drama Club 2,3; Fu-
ture Teachers of America 1,2,3,4; G.A.A. 3,4; Girls State 3; Counselor's Assistant 2; Jr.-Sr. Prom 3;
Cap and Gown 4; Valentine Showcase 3; Volleyball (Intra.) 2,3.
MICHAEL WILLIAM BASHAM. December 8, 1945. Columbus, Ohio. Senior Activity 4; Zonian
Staff 4; Zonian Ad Seller 4; S.A. Representative 3,4.
SANDRA BAUCHMAN. November 15, 1945. Panama, R. de P. Drama Club 1,4; French Club
1,2,4; Future Teachers of America 1,4; Pep Club I; Valentine Formal Committee 4; Volleyball (In-
tramurals) 3; "Joan of Lorraine" 4; Track Queen 4.
ROBERT EUGENE BAUMAN. February 20, 1946. Ancon, Canal Zone. Biology Assistant 2;
R.O.T.C. Staff Sgt.; Bowling (Intramurals) I; Golf (Intramurals) 1,2,3; Ping Pong 1.

JAMES WILLIAM BAY. August 27, 1946. Boise, Idaho. Drama Club 3,4; National Thespions
4; R.O.T.C.; Usher Guard 2; "Arms and the Man" 2; "Death Takes a Holiday" 3; "The Lottery" 3;
"Our Town" 3; "Joan of Lorraine" 4; Glee Club 2,3; Fashion Show M.C. 3.

MARY JEAN BEEBY. August 26, 1946. San Antonio, Texas. G.A.A. 2; Basketball (Intramurals)
2; Orchestra 1,2,3,4; Organ Guild 4.
VICTOR BEHAR. October 10, 1944. Panama R. de P. Math Club 1; Pan American 1,2,3; Spanish
Club 1,2; United Nations Club 1; C.C.C. 1,2,3; Wood Shop Assistant 2; Football 1,2; Football (Intra-
murals) 1; Basketball 1; Swimming 1,2; Swimming (Intramurals) 1; Track 1; Ping Pong 1,2; Water
Polo 1,2,3; Baseball 1.
CHARLES F. BELDEN. May 16, 1946. Ancon, Canal Zone. Camera Club 1,2; R.O.T.C. 1st Sar-
geant; Sadie Hawkins Dance 2; Jr.-Ring Comm. 3; Cards and Announcements Committee Chairman
4; Parakeet 4; Zonian 3; S.A. Ticket Designer 4; S.A. Alternate 2,3; Get-Acquainted Dance 4; Boys
State 3.


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FRANCES ELIZABETH BELL. August 22, 1946. Athens, Georgia. Future Nurses of America 4;
G.A.A. 3,4; Clinic Assistant 4; Volleyball (Intra.) 2,3,4.
PATRICIA ANN BEST. November 20, 1946. Ancon, Canal Zone. Chess Club 1,2; Pep Club 1,2;
Science Club 2; Tomorrow's Secretaries Club 4; United Nations Club 2; Biology Assistant 4; Senior
Showcase 4; S.A. Alternate 1; Ticket Sales Committee 4; Awards Day Usher 2.
DANIEL MARSTON BLACKMON. January 12, 1947. Northampton, Massachusetts. Latin Club 4;
Literary Club 4; N.H.S. 4; United Nations Club 4; Football 3; Football (Intramurals) 3; S.A. Presi-
dent 4; Baccalaureate Marshal 3; Graduation Marshal 3; Boys State 3; Boys Nation 3; Band 3.
DAVID MICHAEL BLAKE. November 7, 1946. Woodlawn, Tennessee. Track 3; Track (Intra-
murals) 1; Glee Club 1.
GENE LOUIS BLUMBERG. May 30, 1945. Canal Zone. Football 4; Football (Intramurals) 1,2,3,4;
Basketball (Intra.) 1,2; Bowling (Intramurals) 1,2; Golf (Intra.) 1; Softball 1,2; Track (Intra.) 1.
SHIRLEY CLAIRE BLUMBERG. May 3, 1946. Panama R. de Panama. Drama Club 1; Library
Club 1; Pan American Club 1; Pep Club 1; Bridge Club 4; C.C.C. 1,2; Counselor's Assistant 2;
R.O.T.C. Assistant 4; Carnival Dance 1.
GRETCHEN VINA BOEHNING. July 22, 1946. Panama, R. de P. G.A.A. 3,4; Library Club
3,4; President 4; Library Assistant 3,4; Basketball (Intra.) 3; Volleyball (Intra.) 3,4.
GEORGE JAMES BOOTH. January 10, 1946. Panama. R. de P. R.O.T.C. Private First Class;
S.A. Alternate 4.


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