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ZONIAN
A Balboa High School
Student Publication
Volume 56, May, 1965


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TABLE OF CONTENTS



Introduction...............................4


Student Life.............................. 16


Academic................. ...........


Athletics .......


Organizations and Activities ..............


Administration and Faculty ...............


Underclass ...........................


Seniors...........................


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Balboa High School . a school similar in many
ways to a North American high school. A rapidly ex-
panding school that has undergone several changes in
its'campus and curriculum. It is a school in which there
is a strong interest in athletic events and extra curricu-
lar activities. A school of many clubs with a student
body governed by a Student Association. Yet Balboa
High is a unique school.


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Balboa High is unique because it is located be-
tween a Latin American city and a canal that divides
the American continent in half. A majority of the stu-
dents that come to the school have lived in homes
where both English and Spanish are spoken-some are
fluent in several languages.


Through the doors of Balboa High School come
students of varied cultures and customs, and all con-
tribute to the character of the school. It is to this inter-
nationally-minded student body, the life of the school,
that we dedicate the 1965 ZONIAN.






































The main office-our first view of the school. A
place of constant activity where teachers converge in
the morning, at lunchtime, and after school to check
their boxes and talk. It is a center of information for
the students, a place where they can locate each other
and make telephone calls.


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In the hallways we meet students rushing to
classes, putting books in lockers, talking, and laughing.
We glimpse into classrooms and watch students at
work. These are the sights found in a hallway in a
typical American high school, but the speech that is
heard is quite different. For these halls echo the South-
ern drawl, the twang of the Middle-west, the strong
vowels of the Spanish language.






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A typewriter . an empty desk . a journalism
room perhaps. A room in which the school newspaper
is published; where students learn the fine points of
newspaper reporting.
We walk on and get a closer view of the academic
life at Balboa High. We see the students at work in
the classrooms.


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the displays provide information on subjects that are
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It is lunchtime-the time for club and committee
meetings, the time for commenting on the morning
classes. Students rush to the clubhouse to buy hot
lunches. Some eat at home or in lunchrooms. A few
use the benches or the front steps and study while
they eat.


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The gym classes are another aspect of the life at
Balboa High. Swimming, volleyball, basketball, field
hockey, archery-these and others are the sports play-


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The bell rings-one more day of school is over.
Students hurry to board buses. Some ride massive
olive green army buses, others the small multi-colored
"chivas". Some drive cars, others have motor scooters.
Many stay behind to participate in extra curricular
activities, while a few make use of the Senior Park for
a quiet talk after the long day is over.


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"I've forgotten my lines! I've forgotten my
cue! Somebody-help!" Anyone that has ever par-
ticipated in a play will never forget the panic
of opening night. Everything seems to go wrong,
but, somehow everything seems to come through
beautifully because of the months of day and
far-into-the-night practices and preparations.
The stage crew is confident that the sets
won't fall down, the make-up people know that
the characters look believable, the costumer is
sure the costumes fit, the publicity people are
sure of a full house, and the light and sound
technicians have everything timed to the second.
But of course, the actors themselves are the
most important component of a play. They are
the focal point-the main attraction. But they could
not do without the stand-ins. Many times, these
"co-stars" are called on to play some major part
(because someone broke a leg), and often are
assigned the part only 4 or 5 days before the
play's opening night.
Perhaps the most important person next to
the stand-in is the prompter. There is always one
close by, and they are the guardian angels of the
play. They give the actors the confidence of know-
ing that if they should forget, the prompter will
not, and the play can go on smoothly.
To the director and assistant directors goes
the credit or the blame for the success of the
performance. These are the key persons in play-
making. Upon their shoulders rests a great re-
sponsibility. And the Zonian staff would like to
take this opportunity to congratulate our director,
Mr. Greene, all of the student directors, the stage
crews, and especially the actors-on
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Ann Stich sells play tickets to Jack Garavanta and Mary Wiese.







Plays are not all fun and gaiety as Helen Hayes and Mary Cooper
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But the Thing Is to Play . .


Ken Phillips and Don Kat, two of many participants in the annual
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"Ouch!" exclaims Sandy Mills, caught in one of the popular positions
at the Skating Rink.


Much of our time outside of school was spent at pools and beaches.









And play we did! Not much of our spare time
was spent at home. We had both school and outside
activities. If we weren't practicing tennis or perfecting
our bridge game, you could probably find us at the
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Olga Stone waits for Betty Salonick to get her books.


We caught up on all the latest gossip waiting for the bell.


There were also the day-to-day activities-the
long walk to the Clubhouse, the bus ride home, wait-
ing at the benches for the bell to ring. Then we had
to fight the cro.,d in the halls to gel to our too-full
locers and s;.ill make it to cla s on time. But 'Aih a
Iitile skill and practice. .*,e managed.
And h-en there .:.ere Friday and Salurday nights.
If ...e didn I go to a Teen Club or a school dance, it
.va: probably bec:u.e a good r o.e .\as playing.
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The Get-Acquainted Dance was a huge success this year-
more than 1,000 students attended.

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MR. FISCHER LEAVES US


Mr. Fischer has been a teacher in BHS for the
past 25 years. He first came here in 1940, and now,
in 1965 he is saying goodbye to all of us at BHS.
During his years of teaching in the Canal Zone, where
he has taught Chemistry, Physics, Math and German,
Mr. Fischer has seen the development of a new and
better BHS. The chemistry and Physics labs are far
better equipped today than they were when Mr. Fischer
first arrived. He has seen the gradual growth of our
Spanish department, from strictly blackboard learning,
to tape recorders, and finally to our brand new lan-
guage lab, which was used for the first time this year.


He has seen our home economics rooms change from
crowded counters, to modern kitchens. He has seen
Balboa High expand in the field of commercial courses.
Today, students are taught to use electric typewriters,
to take and transcribe shorthand notes, to operate
complicated wood and metal shop machines, and to
develop many special artistical talents.
It's true that Mr. Fischer must leave us now, but
before he goes he would like to show you a little part
of the new BHS. He will begin, of course, with Chem-
istry, for this is his field, and continue on to Physiology,
the newest of the new look in Balboa High.
























Mr. Fischer shows that chemistry is a foggy subject.


MR. FISCHER'S


CHEMISTRY


Diane Zerr sets up an experiment in Mr. Fischer's laboratory.


Mr. Fischer teaches the importance of knowing which chemicals
to choose.

















































Ken Kaisch is engrossed in a distilling experiment.







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Bruce Parker and Roger Hoenke determine wave properties with an improvised "slinky."


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Mrs. Norton's students enjoy cooking in their new kitchens.

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COMMERCIAL ARTS


In advanced shorthand Dolores Barnes transcribes her notes on an electric typewriter.



















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Russ Hoogland learns Spanish by listening to a tape in the new language lab.


NEW LANGUAGE LAB

Students from Mr. Wilcox's fifth period Spanish class make good use of the language lab. They are only a few of the students who used the
laboratory each week.




















Joe Garriga, from Mr. Anderson's Woodshop class, prepares a chest to be varnished.


The Metal shop's complicated machinery is efficiently handled by two hard working
students.


ARTS


One of Miss Ellis's art students puts the finishing
touches on her drawing.


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Sue Lessiack-prepares a Neubauer counting chamber for use in a red blood cell
count.


During Mr. Fischer's last year here
he saw the creation of a brand new course-
ANATOMY AND HUMAN PHYSIOLOGY.
This course was taught to BHS students by
Mr. James N. Cook for the first time this year.
It was composed of twenty-five seniors who
were selected by Mr. Cook and the counsel-
lors. When they entered the class in the fall
they were surprised to find that Physiology
was not simply a book study of the human
body, but included using each other's blood
when the study was concentrated on blood
and cultivating fruit flies for the study of
genetics. And least of all, none had ever
thought of dissecting a sheep's heart, a cow's
eye or a foetal pig while studying the human
body. Even while the course was hard and
required many hours of studying, it was
profitable and enjoyable to the selected
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PHYSIOLOGY


To illustrate a point, Bob Dryja makes use of the excellent charts
available to physiology students.


Dennise O'Donnell anticipates a puncture wound from Cindy Carlton.
















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NEW CLASSROOM HELPERS

Bob Tarr and Les Fulcher are taught physics with the aid of a film and projector.

Although Mr. Fischer must leave us now,
he is proud of the new developments which
have come about in BHS during his time.
Here he shows that teaching methods im-
proved greatly since the first day. Today
students are getting part of their education
with the help of mechanical devices, such as
the opaque and film projectors shown here.
Our school has come a long way since
1940 and Mr. Fischer has been a part of it
all. Balboa High School will continue to pro-
gress and in the next fifteen years, its stu-
dents will look back again.
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Football pads await players before game.


Ronnie Crump has his ankle taped by Tom Mallory


Bulldogs Prepare for


Each Game


Many people do not realize the preparation and
training which precede each football game. After long
hours of practice during the week, the night of the
game arrives. The players come two hours before the
game to receive their uniforms and to have their ankles
taped.


Coach Anderson gives last-minute instructions.


Afterthe team completes the warm-up exercises,
they return to the dressing room for last minute in-
structions from the coaching staff. Neither the end of
the game nor the end of the season stops this prepara-
tion. There is always another game or another season
to plan for.


Mike Fitch discusses the game with some of the players







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Tim Maloney pounces on an A.'C. player.


Ken Phillips closes in to tackle George Case.


Balboa Defense Digs In


Bulldog defensive line crashes through the College line.






















Rich Harrington digs for yardage against College.


Dan Thornburg eludes Cristobal tackler.


Offense on the Move


Norman Hall sweeps left end on a power play.

































KEN PHILLIPS cools off at the football "water fountain."


NORMAN HALL fades back to pass against Cristobal.


1964 Bulldogs


Rebuild


Practice began in late August for the Varsity. One
hundred boys answered roll on the first day of prac-
tice, but by the end of the week only fifty tired players
remained. The following weeks saw the Bulldogs pre-
paring for the opening game. It also saw the first of a
number of players lost for the season. Buz Greene and
Stew Brown left with injuries, while Ted Smith trans-
ferred to Cristobal.
The Bulldogs met the enemy for the first time at
the Jamboree and played three scoreless ties. One week
later they defeated the Athletic Club 7-6. Then the bub-
ble burst. Balboa found itself on the losing end of the
score in the next five games. Six bulldogs: Andy
Brown, Tal Hibbert, Terry Dessert, John Rathgeber,
Norman Hall, and Mike Plucker joined the All-Stars who
defeated Cristobal 14-13 in the annual Palm Bowl
Game.
Coach Anderson and his staff prepared under-
classmen for future work with the varsity by beginning
a Junior Varsity football team. Twelve returning let-
termen promise a winning season in 1965.


1964 VARSITY FOOTBALL
B. H. S. OPPONENT
7...................... Athletic C lub ......... ....... 6
0 ............ .. Cristobal ....... ..... ... 32
7 ............. C. Z. C. .... . .... 12
0 ....... Athletic Club ............ 14
0 ............. Cristobal ........... ...... 20
0 ............. C. Z. C. ......-..... 27








1964 Bulldogs


FRONT ROW: Mike Plucker; Norman Hall; William Swanstrom; Dan Thornburg; Terry Dessert; Pat Swanstrom. SECOND ROW: James Brady; Ken
Phillips; Terry Barber; Toby Maloney; Tom Prescott; Anderson Brown; Ben Trotter; Tom Hale. THIRD ROW: Steve Wieland; John Rathgeber; John
Kotalik; Dick Brazezinski; Louis Husted; Darryl Morse; James Dolan; Doug Artley; Robert Boukalis. FOURTH ROW: Ronald Cdump; Pete
Hendrickson; Robert Askew; Fred Webster; Mark Larkins; Robert Evans; Larry Davis; Ed Lewis; Randy Jones; Jerry Brennan. FIFTH ROW: Lester
Mallory, Asst. Manager; James Jenner, Asst. Manager; Richard Harrington; Ed Wiese, Tom Mitchell; Steve Hatch; Art Greene; Richard Plucker;
Roy Wilson; James Cook, Manager.















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Emilio Valez hits for "two" against the Cristobal Tigers.


Rupert Turner stretches high to "float" one in.
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Eduardo Alfaro drives in for a layup against C.Z.C.
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A Balboa player fights with C.Z.C.'s Baranick for a rebound.


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Luther Quinn bounds high to give Balboa control of the jump.







The Balboa Bulldogs experienced a fine season in bas-
ketball this year, finishing with a 6-3 record in league competi-
tion. The team also won many exhibition games before the
season opener with Cristobal. After taking a 66-50 decision
from the Tigers, the Bulldogs went on to win three games
from the S.D.A.C. Cobras, one game from the C.Z.C. Green
Devils, and another game from the Tigers. Balboa spoiled a
perfect season for the collegians when the team overcame
the Devils 60-5,9 in the season finale.
Coach Brown concentrated on developing the team's
stamina and speed. The Bulldogs Jacked height necessary for
a slow deliberate offense and so they developed a running
type of offense. The fast break was used to wear down op-
ponents and to "break open" the games. Balboa used chiefly
the man-to-man defense, each player covering a special mem-
ber of the opponent's team. This combination of offense and
defense provided spectators with many thrills and lots of ac-
tion.


66 .----.. ........ Cristobal ......-.......... 50
74 ........- .......... C.Z.C. ........ -... .....- 87
70 ...---.....-.... Cristobal ................ 48
87 -..--.. Athletic Club ............. 56
75 .... ...-- ..- ..... C.Z.C. ....-..... .....- 88
82 ..-..-....-.. Athletic Club .---... ........- 51
42 ....- ........ .. Cristobal ........-......... 65
72 ...--....-..-..- Athletic Club .................. 53
60 ..---.............. .. C.Z.C. ....... ..-...-.. .... 59
FRONT ROW: Robbin Lane, Richard Richter, Bob Baggott, Luther Quinn
Emilo Velez, Art Baggott, Jim Cook, Coach Brown.


Coach Brown encourages his team.




1965


Bulldogs


Everett White, Rupert Turner. SECOND ROW: Larry Quinn, Dale Richards,


1965 VARSITY BASKETBALL


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FIRST ROW: Roy Wilson; Stephen Parker; Fernando Hideaway; Dale Richards; Rick Griffet; Art Baggott. SECOND ROW: Mr. Hatchett; Steve
Torian; Jerry Brennen; Isacc Hays; Louis Houston; Charles Simmons.


Was it a foul or was it a jump ball?



J.V. Basketball


The Junior Varsity Basketball team completed a
successful season. The J.V. played both in league and
exhibition games. The teams that the J.V. competed
against were the Cristobal and Canal Zone College
J.V. teams. The official games were all with the
Cristobal J.V. in which the Bullpups were able to win
two games and lose only one. In the first game the
Bullpups defeated the Cristobal Kittens, 33-32. In
another close game, 44-42, the J.V. tasted defeat at
the hands of the "other-side" team. The final contest
proved too much for the "Kittens" who were over-
whelmed 42 to 20 by the victorious Bullpups. Near
the end of the season Dale Richards and Art Baggott
were transferred to the Varsity. Mr. Hatchett drilled
the team on the fundamentals of basketball, and
worked closely with Coach Brown in practice sessions
with the Varsity. The J.V. was prepared for future
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Stu Brown waits for the gun in the 440 relay.


Lowell Slagle paces himself in a long race.


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Varsity

Track

Months before the track season actually opened,
nearly 50 trackmen were practicing. They ran laps
and did exercises every afternoon.
Time trials were held in the stadium on Wednes-
day nights. The Bulldogs with the best times in each
event were entered in the actual meets.
The Bulldogs finished third in each of the three
track meets. Two track meets were held at Cristobal
and one at Balboa. Cristobal High School won the
championship, coming in first in all three meets.


FRONT ROW: W. Swanstrom, T. Hibbert, J. Mitchell, L. Quinn, M. Morrow, S. Brown, L. Slagle, R. Kimsay, W. Hall. SECOND ROW: M. Guerney, R. Stinson, D. Cat, J.
Valez, G. Vaucher, E. House, G. Evans, R. Evans, P. Garcia. THIRD ROW: F. Tester, R. Harris, S. Laychak, L. Allen, D. Jergens, M. Meeboer, L. Haff, J. Cook, Coach Brown.


1965 VARSITY TRACK

B.H.S. C.H.S. C.Z.C. A.C.
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The job of putting on a catcher's gear.


Pre-Practice


Warm-Up


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Buz Greene takes a throw from the pitcher.


Jerry BrenRan hauls a long fly in.


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Larry Quinn picks off a "hot" one on first.


Coach Rayburn shows him the correct way.


Baseball practice began in January with the
formation of Intramural baseball teams. Varsity
candidates went through three weeks of intra-
mural ball, playing games to get themselves in
shape for the varsity.
Varsity practice began in mid-February.
Coach Rayburn drilled the candidates not only
in the fundamentals of baseball, but also on
physical conditioning. The practices were held
after school and often on Saturday mornings.
They began with exercises and wind sprints, and
ended with batting and fielding practice. Five
returning lettermen spark the 1965 Bulldogs,
although a host of new candidates have shown
potential.
As we went to press the Bulldogs were
preparing for their first game.


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Jane Wilson takes a bead on the little white ball.

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The Balboa High School Tennis team is divided
into a boys' team and a girls' team. The reason for
this division is that there are no courts big enough
to hold a combined boys' and girls' practice.
Both teams begin practice in early February and
they continue until April. The girls' team is under
the direction of Miss Lehman and practices every
afternoon on the Diablo courts. Matches are scheduled
against the girls' teams from both Cristobal Hig h
School and Canal Zone College. The boys' team has
a similar schedule, playing their rivals from C.H.S.
and C.Z.C.
As we went to press, the boys' team had just
begun practice while the girls' team had beaten the
girls from C.Z.C.


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Becky Fall smashes an opening serve.


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do with this girl doing sit-ups. Sue Dessert is taking
part in a planned program of conditioning for varsity
swimming.
The program consists of three phases. Phase 1
is a five week program of exercises; Phase 2 is a


three week period of water polo and still more exer-
cises; Phase 3 is the actual swimming.
Team members often practice 3 hours daily.
Sometimes as early as 6 A. M., you will find varsity
swimmers at the Balboa pool.


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Girl's Volleyball


FRONT ROW: N. Chadwick, S. Willenbrock, P. Basham. SECOND ROW: S. Lessiack; M. LeMaster, J. Lovelady.









Bowling




The action was fast and furious at the
Balboa Bowling Alley last January. Nearly 30
girls participated in an Intramural bowling
program which lasted for three consecutive
weeks. Competition was based on total pin
fall and not on an individual competitive
basis. Bowling is a very popular sport, and
the girls who participate in the program at
Balboa find it lots of fun.
It is very convenient to have the Balboa
alleys so near at hand, but larger alleys may
be needed in the future for the growing
number of intramural bowlers.


Concentration is the key to good bowling.


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A long line fills the sky with arrows.


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Archery is not a common sport, and it can be
dangerous if not properly supervised.
The girls' Intramural program allows girls to
participate in this sport and helps them to develop
their skill.
The thirty girls who registered for archery this
year received both shooting and safety instructions
in the use of their fiberglass "longbows."
For a three week period during February, arch-
ery" was conducted beside the stadium fence. At
this same time, boys' track practice was being held
in the stadium. Anyone could notice an improve-
ment in their speed when the girls lifted their bows.






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One afternoon last February, you may have
walked past the gym on your way home from
detention hall. If you had looked inside, you
would have noticed that the girls were playing
a strange type of basketball. A field goal or
"basket" came quite infrequently, and the girls
really cheered when a goal was made.
The girls' Intramural basketball program be-
gan in early February. Nearly 35 girls registered
and were placed on various teams, according
to their class.
The winning teams in each class played
each other for the school championship. The
basketball program stresses the fundamentals of
the sport and provides friendly class competition.






Foul shots can win or lose a game.


Close defense is necessary in basketball.


Games

Everyone expects a shot soon.

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Boy's

Track



The Intramural Track program .for Boys
began in late December. On separate days
boys met from each of the four classes and
competed with each other. The boys who
placed first or second in their class met on
another afternoon to compete for the school
championship. Coach Brown recruited the
top three finishers in each event for the track
team.
About 20 boys from each class partici-
pated in this program. Among the events
which were held were the shot-put, discus,
high jump, hurdles, dashes, and distance
runs. The seniors won the class competition.


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The

Shot-Put



The shot-put is a track event which had its be-
ginnings in ancient Greece. Many years later it is still
a major track event.
The High School shot is a metal ball weighing
twelve pounds. College track teams use the sixteen
pound shot. The record for the Canal Zone is 56
feet with a twelve pound shot.
In this sequence of photographs, Mike Crosby
tries his luck at "putting" the shot.


The crouching position at the beginning of a throw.


Heaving it with all your strength.


The important follow-through.


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Swimming





Swimming is not officially organized as
an Intramural sport by the Balboa High School
Athletic Department. Many students who plan
to be on the varsity swimming team keep
in shape at the Balboa pool. This is their
"Intramural" sport. The students who use
the pool have three purposes. First they wish
to develop their stamina and endurance,
secondly they want to "polish" their diving
form and swimming strokes. Lastly they want
to have a cool dip before hitting the books.


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Relay Scenes


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The annual running of the Balboa Relays was
held on February 18th and 19th. This year's relays
were dedicated to Mr. Ted Hotz, a former principal
of B.H.S.
Teams were invited from all over the zone and
Panama. A team from Panama, representing the Dis-
trict League of Panama, won the overall team champi-
onship. Army Pacific was a close runner-up. The 100-
yd. dash record of 9.8 seconds was broken by a time
of 9.7 seconds.




Mr. Ted Hotz checks his watch after a race.

This member of the District League of Panama's team captured
the shot-put. Rainbow City defeated C.Z.C. and Army Pacific for a 440 relay victory.






























Luther Quinn and Rupert Turner fight for a rebound. Baseball took sweat and determination.


A.C.'s Coffin hangs on to Rich Harrington.





A Year

in Sports



Sometimes your team doesn't win every game,
but wouldn't it take the excitement and fun out for .
the spectator if our teams never lost a game?
Think back to that football game which was
played in the rain; remember the basketball game f. .
when B.H.S. defeated C.Z.C. 60-59. .
The Athletic Department has enjoyed presenting
the sports program of Balboa High to you. We tried "
to give all sports equal representation in the Zonian.
Enjoy your yearbook. It was a lot of work!








ORGANIZATIONS
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FRONT ROW: D. Thornburg; J. Brady; D. January; C. Hawthorne; C. Klette. SECOND ROW: B. Parker; D. Artley; A. Esterline; M. Lair.





Bridge Club






The purpose of the Bridge Club is to give
its members knowledge and appreciation of
the game. Among the projects they sponsor I
are a clinic in which students are coached and 41 "
expert bridge players are on hand to answer Al
questions, and the high point of the year, a
tournament, in which the members compete
for valuable prizes.










Grease paint, cues, and costumes are only part of
the behind-the-scenes activity of a play. There are sets
to be constructed, lines to be memorized, and actions
to be practiced until they are known perfectly. There
is lighting to be worked out, and publicity to be thought
of. This all requires many long hours of practice after
school and on Saturdays.
A certain amount of points are awarded for every *a ,
job. Once enough points have been earned, a Drama
Club member may become a member of the National
Thespians, a nationwide honor society.








Idette Johnson prepares Keith Petrie for The Tavern.





Drama Club and National Thespians




FRONT ROW: J. Bank; I. Johnson; N. Tinkler; N. Nehring, Secretary; S. Runnestrand, Vice-President; J. Widdecke, President; L. Saunders; A.
Stich; C. Muse; K. Johnstone. SECOND ROW: C. Conard; M. Bremer; E. Tinkler; J. Scigliane; M. Lesza; K. Craig; S. Bissill; J. Harbaught;' E.
McMunigle; K. Olsen; J. Sang; B. Jaizuis. THIRD ROW: C. Clinton; S. Parker; C. Kelser; J. Medcalf; G. Wertz; B. Spier; J. Murphy; D. Culhane;
C. Filo; S. Skaer; K. Gray; J. Campion; D. Fade; J. Gomez. FOURTH ROW: M. Saunders; A. Kinner; J. Walton; E. Ermish; K. Kinner; K. Brown; S.
Boyd; A. Proback; M. Reilly; D. Di Fronzo; M. Durbon; S. Reingardt; S. Alves; B. Churchville.
































TOP PICTURE: FIRST ROW: C. Clinton; L. Huff, President; J. Marano; L. Armijo; D. Haky, V. President; M. Dubroff; S. Parker. SECOND
ROW: J. Holgerson; L. McClain; L. Morrow; M. Rogers; P. Green; K. Brady; J. Marano; B. Marano; M. Olayvar; S. Charbonneau. THIRD ROW:
S. Brown; M. Lair; L. Turbyfill; J. Ehlers; S. Luke; C. Frentley; C. Boswe!l; S. Droste; M. Toledo. FOURTH ROW: S. Reinhardt; M. Dudgeon;
R. Martens; L. Saunders; L. Johnson; K. Moeller; L. Helm; V. Hutchison; C. Schafer. BOTTOM PICTURE: FIRST ROW: L. Fortune; J. Goe; J. Wil-
son; J. Will; S. Adams; Mrs. Latimer; Mrs. Norton. SECOND ROW: E. Plata; G. Derrer; L. Jones; C. Boukalis; B. Haky; C. Kelsey; J. Parker; L.
Sellens, Sec.; K. McGee; J. Reisch; A. Cann. THIRD ROW: D. Boswell; D. Haff; J. Sang; R. Chance; B. Speir; S. Kotalik; M. Adair; D.
Schmidt. FOURTH ROW: C. Bromly; A. Byrd; F. Dignam; M. Wilson; S. Kaelin; G. Wilson; A. Bacot; E. Hovan; P. Braun; A. Lugo; V. Chancy.

Jo Ann Marano cleans up.


The F.H.A. strives to teach its members ways of
making overall community, family, and personal lives
more enjoyable by teaching them some of the various
skills of homemaking.


Future Homemakers

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FRONT ROW: S. Trim, Secretary; J. Lovelady, Vice-President; P. Basham, President; J. Wilson; G. Whitney. SECOND ROW: J. Lindh; K. Keys;
M. Garcia; J. Marfi; E. Beechner; P. Booth; K. Brady; E. Boehing; J. Hunt. THIRD ROW: H. Thompson; P. Hannigan; K. Stephenson; D. Cobb;
M. Guibert; J. Hunt; P. Albritton; F. Dignam; L. Fravenheim. FOURTH ROW: S. South; R. Hammetter; M. Miller; L. Newman; S. Lessiack;
D. Newman; B. Fall; B. Huerta; P. Coogan.







Each year, the girls who enjoy participating in v. . .
sports are given an opportunity to do so through the .. .l' ,'
G.A.A. under the sponsorship of Miss Julia Hardin, .V
sports of all natures are planned for the girls. Some of "-*
the sports which have a great deal of enthusiastic at- ." .'"
tendance are basketball, volleyball, archery, and tennis. .. A '





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Chalk and erasers are the main, but not the only,
tools of the Future Teachers of America. They help
teachers at the Balboa Elementary School, and at the
same time observe various teaching methods. But they
also make tape recordings of books for the use of the
blind lepers of Palo Seco. And at Christmas, they give
a party for Panamanian children.
Guest speakers are invited to the meetings and
often members themselves will give a talk on some
phase of teaching.


Future Teachers of America




FRONT ROW: E. Jackson; J. Rateau; B. Holmes; L. Eddleman; C. Bryson, Vice-President; B. Chancey, Secretary; B. Anderson, President;
T. Torres; R. McArthur; B. Wesley; Mrs. R. Bissett, Sponsor. SECOND ROW: P. Pelkey; J. Hunt; P. Chodakowski; A. Creque; L. Collister; D. New-
man; D. Cobb; P. Bartlett. THIRD ROW: J. Reynolds; E. Beechner; T. Nita; B. Brown; S. Speevak; J. Scigliani; C. Hawthorne; L. Myer; M. Gar-
cia; K. Kinner. FOURTH ROW: C. Mitten; A. Baggott; M. Redding; L. Finalson; L. Worsham; J. Hester. FIFTH ROW: P. Hatfield; K. Slager; A.
Kinner; K. Brown; M. Cooper; S. Tienbrock; C. Boswell; M. Anderson.























FRONT ROW: R. Sang; F. Dignam, President; M. Brady, Treasurer; S. Perra, Vice-President; M. Garcia, Secretary; J. Lord. SECOND ROW: C. Rose;
M. Dubroff; L. Collister; L. Worsham; V. Barnes; S. Brown: J. Goe; B. Anderson. THIRD ROW: F. Stabler; D. Boswell; D. Haff; K. Keys; C. Kelly;
S. Kotalik; P. Higgins, J. Vogel; S. Stewart. FOURTH ROW: B. Rose; A. Kinner; B. Fall; D. Boyd; D. O'Donnell; S. Wynshaw; M. Jilli; L. Denton.






Future Nurses of America





Working at Gorgas Hospital after school or on
weekends, visiting the Leposarium at Palo Saco or the
mental institutes at Corozal or in Panama City, gives
the Future Nurses of America a chance to see nursing
in action. Not only do they have these many field trips,
they also sponsor other activities. Every Halloween,
they collect candy for the Special Education classes, and
at Christmas, they make decorations for the patients at on
Palo Seco.











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Plucker; Mario Calleja; Jerry Lee. SECOND ROW: Ken Phillips; Toby Maloney; Art Greene; Pat Swanstrom; Luther Quinn; William Swanstrom;
Roy Wilson; Bill Egolf. THIRD ROW: Darryl Morse; Lowell Slagle; John Rathgeber; Gary Vouche; Duke Welson; Frank Disharoon, Treas.;
FOURTH ROW: Tom Male; Ed Wiese; Dan Thornburg; Jim Brady; Doug Artley; Bob Boukalis; Ronald Crump; John Fitzgerald. FIFTH ROW: Pete
Hendrickson; Richard Harrington; Dick Brzezinsk; Richard Plucker. SIXTH ROW: Richard Patton; Dennis Bryson.




Lettermen's Club






S / / X The Lettermen's Club is an honorary club run by
S/ he lettermen themselves. Boys automatically become
,Nu aA- 1'/ e'*' ,'>: ./ lettermen when they have earned a letter in any var-
.r >sity sports. The requirements for earning a letter vary
Sf; for each sport. When the first letter is earned, the boy
F' r '" >,, /Mhd receives a certificate and one letter; ths i e only let-
r ter he receives in high school. When he fulfills the re-
\^ ^ ^" _~ *quirements for a particular sport, he receives an insig-
Snia to pin onto the letter. Team captains also receive a
: star. For second, third, and fourth years of participating
Sin a sport, a bar is given.
S.The Letterman's Club sponsors the football dance
Shield at the end of football season. The club is also a
service club. At the games they are busy selling sodas
Sto everyone. With the proceeds from the sales, they
M l EMO1 hold their annual banquet at the end of the school, year.


























FIRST ROW: Roseanna McArthur; Patty Jones; Carol Muse, V. Pres; Susie Skau, Sec.; Idette Johnson, Pres.; Cora Herrera, Treas.; Helen Thomp-
son; Carol Weinstock. SECOND ROW: Judy Vosburgh; Sharon Lane; Antoinette Malene; Betty Salonick; Fernando Motenoso; Eawina Bittel;
Ellem Plata. THIRD ROW: Lester Mallory; Gerardo Quiros; Inis Hertz; Eloy Alfaro; Robert Vosburgh.






French Club







The French Club is designed to give those students
studying French an opportunity to become familiar with
the history, culture, and language of France outside the
classroom. The monthly meetings include many varied
activities. Members report on interesting historical
events of France, customs in France, or any other facts
to broaden the students' knowledge of the French way
of life. At other meetings, members present skits, play
French games, sing French songs or listen to music,
study literature, or watch films concerning France. After
each meeting, a typical French dessert is served, such I
as eclairs or bouche de novel (Yule log).
























*F l^SA VFRONT ROW: L. Baglien; A. Spinelli; C. Avies; L. Prince;
N D. Warren; A. Winquist; M. Wiese; J. House; R. Hoenke.
SECOND ROW: K. Kerr; L. Saunders; C. Bryson; L.
Sl Johnson; V. Flumach; S. Roth; R. Prevost; S. Lessiack;
SP. Zelnick. THIRD ROW: S. Oczkowicz; B. Parker; J.
SBrady; L. Fontaine; T. Sizemore; M. Osborne; G. Linfors;
B. Daubin; D. Wilson; Mr. Small, Sponsor.



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FRONT ROW; P. Earl; M. Rodriguez; G. Vaucher, Vice-President; 1. Johnson,
Secretary; J. Spinelli. SECOND ROW: M. Thompson; S. Bowman; T. Torres; B.
Jenkins; O. Stone; Mrs. Kohan, Sponsor. THIRD ROW: S. South; H. Waldron; K.
Warren; B. Anderson; C. Wallace; B. Salonick; P. Chandler; J. Sartan. FOURTH ROW:
1. Hertz; M. Edberg; L. Meyer; C. Collins; S. Parker; L. Naar; P. Meyer; K. Rob-
bins.





Mu Alpha Theta and Math Club




-- B The Mu Alpha Theta and Math Club is composed
of two integrated parts. The first, the Math Club, uses
many projects and reports to help its members in un-
derstanding the many different facets of mathematics.
These reports may range from Pythogoras to Einstein,
from magic squares to polygons.
The second part, Mu Alpha Theta, is a national
honor society for young people who are outstanding
*in the field of mathematics. The requirements for enter-
ing this society are that the student must have a B
average in Mathematics courses, and have taken at
least Algebra I and geometry. The new members to be
S" inducted into the society are usually selected from the
members of the Math Club.
































FRONT ROW: F. Goulding; C. Price; M. Miller; S. Trim; D. Barnes; S. Holcraft. SECOND ROW: D. Justiniano; G. Tester; H. Metheny; P. Albritton;
M. Olayvar; K. Dolan. THIRD ROW: D. Vargas; H. Stewart; C. Price; C. Schafer; D. Hindman; M. Simpson; C. Henderson.


Secretarial Club




Way up on the third floor of the college building,
you will find some hard working students in the Secre-
tarial Lab busily typing various papers for the teachers.
Not only does the Secretarial Club sponsor this worth-
while project, they also collect candy for one of the
orphanages at Christmas. Guest speakers are invited
to their meetings and they have gone up to the Admin-
istration Building for a tour.





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FRONT ROW: Mr. Carney, Sponsor; S. Adams; C. Herrea, Secretary; Z. Gonzalez, President; W. Marks, Vice-President; M. Milas, Treasurer; C. Villamil;
W. Duke; Miss Diaz, sponsor. SECOND ROW: M. Little; O. Beato; M. Ollar; L. Benitez; M. Garcia; A. Crefie; J. Milas; S. Samson; L. Ortiz; E. Benitez.
THIRD ROW: I. Gaudiano; L. Vargas; N. Kirmer; G. Garner; Y. Lee; E. Young; A. Lim; M. Davis; C. Quiros; W. Crawford; A. Ovaldia. FOURTH ROW:
V. Flumach; H. Garney; C. Zemer; B. Toothman; O. Lagassie; R. Brooks; L. Narr; R. Vosburgh; R. Beato; M. Jaramillo; G. Quiros.




Pan American Club




Christmas scene set up by Pan American.


Is your pollera ready? Are you going to the
Carnival Dance?
What does all this mean??? Simply that it's
Carnival time again! And the Pan American Club,
which sponsors all Carnival activities around the
school, always manages to have more fun lined up
for us than the year before.
At their monthly meetings, one Latin Ameri-
can country is discussed. There is usually a movie
or slides, a guest speaker, and sometimes several
students will demonstrate the native dance of that
country. Refreshments are always served.
The Pan American Club also celebrates Pan
American Day with a program for the student body
in the auditorium.


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406 under the sponsorship of Mr. Robinson. The club
FRONT ROW: S. Williams, Secretary; R. Tarr, Vice-President; R. Dryja, President; M. Sharp; S. Coone; S. Adam. ECOND ROW: K. O'Cornell; H. Mittag;
R. Young; K. Warren; J. Ray. THIRD ROW: C. Villamil; P. McGrath; J. Hirschl; B. Tilley; S. Roth; R. Hoyle. FOURTH ROW: B. Daniel; P. Shirley; F. South;
R. Winstead; G. Hernandez.

Photo Club




The Photo Club meets every two weeks in room
406 under the sponsorship of Mr. Robinson. The club
teaches amateur photographers the more complex
things of photography, such as how to get the correct
exposures for films, how films vary from one another
and how to compose a good picture. It also provides as
photography lab for those students who are interested
in making their own photographic prints. During the
school year several field trips are made to give the
members a chance to make photographs. Guest speak-
ers are also invited to give talks. Towards the end ofl"", .
the year, a school-wide contest is held for students to ." ..
present their better pictures, and compete for various li T
prizes. .-/_|
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dents who are interested in photography a chance to l
expand their knowledge, and provides facilities for de-
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FRONT ROW: Z. Gonzalez, Vice-President; R. Prevost, President; C. Herra, Secretary-Treasurer; C. Arnold; D. Southwell; I. Johnson. SECOND
ROW: L. Baglien; M. Garcia; C. Quiros; M. Wiese; Mrs. Knapp, Sponsor. THIRD ROW: A. Goldfein; S. Bowman; V. Flumach; A. Winquist; H.
Waldon; J. Riesch. FOURTH ROW: G. Quiros; L. Johnson; J. Widdecke; C. Collins; K. Kaisch; L. Naar; C. Bryson.



Point of View Club






Books, authors, and reviews are not just
for libraries . . The Point of View Club also
uses these items at its bi-weekly meetings. Not
only do they review various books, they also
publish one, the Isthmian Inklings. This is a
collection of short stories, essays, and poems
written by the students of B.H.S and picked
by the Point of View Club as being the best
work done during the year.
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SThe Senatus Populusque Romanis, more com-
monly known to the students of BHS.as the Latin
Club, was organized for the purpose of studying the
culture and customs of Rome and to learn its language.
The S.P.Q.R. is a member of the Junior Classical Lea-
gue, a national organization of latin clubs. The Latin
Club's big activity of the year is a Roman banquet,
usually held during March. The club members and
-all who attend wear togas, the Roman dress, and
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Latin Club

FRONT ROW: Mrs. Perry, Sponsor; L. Johnson, Praetor; B. Salonick, Vive-consul; D. Craddock, Recording Scribe; S. South, Consul. SECOND
ROW: P. Anderson; S. Markun; D. Bell; S. Coone; R. Gasperi; C. Dimmick; K. Warren; S. Palenchar. THIRD ROW: D. Kennedy; D. Fisher;
C. Vellamil; B. Lavender; D. Marchuck; T. Gojamerac; P. Lee; P. Hannigan.


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FIRST ROW: Patty Jones; Kathleen Chandler, Vice President; Linda Naar, President; Karen Kerr, Corresponding Secretary; Ann Winquist, Re-
cording Secretary; Betty Jenkins; Bob Dryja. SECOND ROW: sitting, Mr. Banasick, sponsor; Patty Bicherstaff; Debbie Goldfein; Sandy Genther,
Treasurer; Robert Tarr; Larry Prince; Diana Ma; Pamela Higgins; Mary Andrews; Juanita Milas; Valerie Depiper; Sharon Bowman; Mary Ann
Winklosky; Weldon White. THIRD ROW: Sorrel Brown; Helen Thompson; Rodolo Young; Stan Wright; Steve Roth; Helen Waldron; Carol
Ann Wallace; Betty Salonick; Meredith Markun; David Botzenmayer; Gloria Duke; Susan Hall. FOURTH ROW: Regina Gasperi; Sharon Botzenmayer;
Anne Goldfein; Hardin Mittag; Ed Eder; Paul Florcruz; Boyd Quate; Olga Stone; Steve Naar; Paul Zelnick; Gabriel Hernandez; Dave Warren; Russell
LaFuente; Robert Payne.




Science Club


Mr. Banasick, club sponsor, ponders the problem presented.


There are many purposes of the Balboa High
School Science Club. The club members learn about
science careers, opportunities in science, and the im-
portant role science plays in the world. They learn
how to follow their interests in the various fields of
science. Members also encourage others to take a true
interest in science. The Science Club has often been call-
ed the most active club in Balboa High. In past years
the club went on several field trips; this year, because
the membership of the club shot up, the club has had
to restrict its activities to having a program at each
regular meeting. Films and demonstrations are also pre-
sented to give additional information. The programs
are given by the students or by a guest speaker who
majored in a particular field.
Members of the club work on many other ac-
tivities. A few students worked on a science bibliog-
raphy project in the school library. The Bulletin Board
Committee posts items of interest, such as new dis-
coveries and theories in science. The club also has its
own newspaper, Chapter 659 Report. The club plans to
have more scientific films, conduct research projects,
and take more field trips within the Canal Zone.


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Weldon White and Edmond Jilli contact ham radio operators.


Members Work Hard








The Science Club has its own radio station, KZ5HS.
The three boys on the Radio Committee send messages
to the United States and other overseas stations. From
many of these stations they also receive messages. The
three plan to conduct code classes in order to prepare
any members interested in earning an amateur license. f
At the beginning of the school year, two members
presented a well-covered program about amateur radio t A
and the radio theor.y. As a result, more of the members
have shown interest in ham radio operations.


Patty Bickerstaff posts the latest science news.




























New members are escorted into the Initiation ceremonies.


NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY




FRONT ROW: Z. Gonzalez; M. Wiese, Secretary; L. Johnson; K. Chandler; C. Quiros; S. Genther; I. Johnson. SECOND ROW: C. Carlton; L.
Naar; M. Cooper; S. Lessiack; V. McCoy; A. Winquist. THIRD ROW: R.Hoenke; G. Kennington; Vice-President; F. Wilder, Treasurer; FOURTH
ROW: B. Tarr; B. Daubin; R. Prevost; P. Meyer, President.



























FRONT ROW: J. House; H. Manning; C. Bryson; E. Alfaro; M. Milas; L. Lane; R. Everson. SECOND ROW: K. Robbins; D. Hindman; V. Taylor; L.
Sanders; V. Flumach; P. Chodakowsky; L. Douglass. THIRD ROW: C. Joyner; L. Fontaine; J. Hirschl; G. Linfors; B. Parker; D. Warren. FOURTH
ROW: D Thornburg; S. Brown.


The National Honor Society is an honorary organi-
zation established for the purpose of encouraging good
working habits in students. To be a member, a student
must be of good moral character, have high grades, be
a leader or a good worker in the school, and have
served his school, his home, and his friends faithfully.
By making a student meet these qualifications the
National Honor Society limits its membership and
encourages other students to put forth an effort in
these fields.


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Roger Hoenke speaks at fall initiation ceremony.




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6S 2 *t A Balb o a High Sch oo l Student Publicati o n Volume 56, Ma y, 1965

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TABLE OF CONTENTS I ntrod uction . . . . . . . . . . . ..... . 4 Student Life .............................. I 6 Academic ......... ............ . ...... 26 Athletics ... . ........................... 38 Organizations and Activities ................ 84 Administration and Faculty .......... ...... 132 U nderclass .................... ; ...... .. 156 Seniors ....... ......................... 194 Advertising ... . .......... . ....... ..... 248 3

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- Balboa H igh Schoo l ... a sch oo l similar in many ways to a Nor th American high school. A rapidly expanding school that has undergone several changes in its1lcampus and cur r iculum. It is a school in which there i s a strong interest in athletic eve nt s and extra cur ricular activities. A schoo l o f many dubs with a stu dent body governed by a Student Association Yet Balb oa H ig h is a unique sch oo l. 5

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Balboa High is unique because it is located be tween a latin American city and a canal that divides the American continent in half. A maiority of t he stu dents that come to the school have lived in h omes where both English and Spanish are spoken some are fluent in severa l languages. I I Through the doors of Balboa High School come students of varied cultures and customs, and all contribute to the character of the school. It is to this internationally-minded student body, the l ife of the school, that we dedicate the 1965 ZONIAN. I I 7

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= 8 '" ,.....--The maIn office-our first view of the school. A place o f cons t an t activity where tea c h e r s converge in the morni ng, at lun c htime and after sch ool 1 0 chec k their boxes and talk. It is a center of info rmati o n for the student s, a place where they can locale each ot her and make te lepho ne call s. .. .-. ...

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In the hallways we meet students rushing to classes, putting books i n lockers, talk i ng and laughing. We gl impse into classrooms and watch studen ts at work. The se are th e sig ht s found in a ha llway in a typical American high school but the speech that is heard is q uite different. F o r these halls echo the Sou th ern draw l th e twang of the Middle-west, th e strong vowels of the Spanis h language. 9

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A typewriter ... an empty desk ... a journalism room perhaps. A room in which the school newspaper is published; where s t udents l earn t he fi ne points o f news paper reporting. We walk on and get a closer view of the academic life at Balboa H igh. We see the students at work in the classrooms. I I i ,,.. '" "J " I '-, k 1 I \ I I ...

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They may be studying, taking notes or reading. Some may be participating in a discussion, or listening to a lectu r e. Others may be preparing displays to in crease their knowledge in a selected subject. Usually the displays provide information on subjects that are not taught in the classrooms. .. ...

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12 If is lunchtimethe time for club and commi ttee meetings, th e time for commenting o n the morning classe s. Stu dents r us h t o the clubhouse t o buy h ot lunche s. Some eat at home or in lunchrooms. A few use th e benc hes or the front steps an d study while they eat. ---........ -

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The gym classes are another aspect of the l ife at Balboa High. Swimming, volleyball, basketball, field hockey archery these and others are the sports played. There are no seasonal sports, for it IS warm the whole year r ound. 13

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I ) '../ 1.- . The bell rings o ne more day of school is over. Students hurry to board buses Some ride massive olive green army buses, others the small muhi-colored "chivas". Some drive cars, others have motor scooters. Many stay behind to participate in extra cu rr icular activities while a few make use of the Senior Park for a quiet talk after the long day is over. ....... ./ ..

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18 HThe Play Is the Thing I 've forgotten my lines! I' ve forgotten my cue Somebody-help!" Anyone that has ever participated in a play will never forget the panic of opening night. Everything seems to go wrong, but, somehow everything seems to come through beautifully because of the months of day and far-into-the-night practices and preparations. The stage crew is confident t hat t he set s won't fa l l down, the make-up people know t hat the characters look believable, t he costumer is sure the cos t umes fit, the publicity people a r e sure of a full house and the light and sound technicians have everything timed to the second. But of course, the actors themselves are t he most important component of a play. They are the focal point -the main attrac t ion. But they could not do without t h e stand-ins. Many times, these "co-stars" a re cal led on to p l ay some major part (because someone broke a leg), and of ten are assigned the part only 4 or 5 days befor e the play's opening night. Perhaps the most important person next to the stand-in is the prompter. There is a lways one close by, and they are the guardian angels of the play. They give the actors the confidence of knowing that if they should forget, the prompter will not, and the play can go on smoothly. To the director and assistant directors goes the credit or the blame for the success of the performance. These are the key persons in playmaking. Upon their shoulders rests a great re sponsibili ty. And the Zonian staff would l i ke to take this opportunity to congratulate our d i rec t or, Mr. Greene, all of the student directors, the stage crews, and especially the actors-on A JOB WEL L DONE!

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Kathy Grey repairs a r ipped hem just befor e curta i n Mary Cooper a n d Lancey Saunde r s mill pain t in the prop room befor e painting the sets. LIGHTS! Action! Camera! 1 9

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Ann Stich sells play tickets to Jack Garavanta and Mary Wiese. 20 Play s are not all fun and gaiety as H ele n H ayes and Mary Cooper show. Mr. Greene and the budding young actor, Mike Albert.

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J erri Campion listens as Connie lemer, Mike AlberT, and Kim Robbins rehearse their lines. Ann Stich and B r ian Jarvis spent many hours with the publ icity com millee. J ---. Count down: Curtain time in half an hour. And then, we re on 21

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But the Thi ng I s to Play Ken Phillips and Don Kal, two of many participants i n the annual Cayuco Race, bail oul the Hackers Four. .- > Much of our t ime outs ide of school was spent at pools and beaches. And play we did! Not much of our spare t ime was spent at home. We had both school and outside activities. I f we weren't practicing tennis or perfecting our bridge game, you could probably find us at the riding stabl es. , leisa AIkins was one of the many gi rls who par t icipated in the Girls' Softball league "Ouch !" eJl;claims Sandy Mills caught in one of the popular positions al the Skating Rink

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24 lucy Benite z, Sue DesserT, and S t e w Brown a ll end a commillee meeting during lunch. The Clubhouse was a favorite noonhour reTreat. -We caught up on all The latest gossip waiting for The bell. There were also the day-to-day activities -the long walk to the Clubhouse, the bus ride home, waiting at the benches for the bell to ring. Then we had to fight the crowd in the hall s to get to our too-full l ockers and still make i t to class on time. But w ith a little skill and practice, we managed. And then there were Friday and Sat u rd ay nights. If we didn't go to a Teen Club or a school dance, it was probably because a good movie was playing. And the evening almos t invariably ended with a sto p at the Drive-Inn. ...) Olga Stone waiTs for Belly Salonick To get her books. ----

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Linda Campbell and Bob Pri nce discuss methods of greeting the new Seniors a t the Sen ior R eception. The Gel-Acquainted Dance was a huge success this yea r more tha n 1,000 students attended_ The pinata was the high l igh t of the Inaugural Ball. Ran d y Wertz, P aula Chodakowski, R u sse II Watson, March A d air louis Fontaine, and Kathv Dim m i c k s top a t the show as a beginning fo r a big night. 25

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28 MR. FISCHER LEAVES US Mr Fischer ha s been a teacher in B H S for t h e pas t 25 years. He firs t came here in 1940, and now, in 1965 he i s saying goodbye to all of us at B HS. During his years of l eaching in the Canal Z o ne, where he has taught Chemistry Phy sics, Math and German, Mr. Fischer h as seen the development o f a new and better B HS. The c hemistry and Physics labs are fa r better equipped today than they were when Mr Fischer firs t arrived. H e has see n the gradual growth o f our Spanish department, from stric t ly blackboard learning, fa tape recorders, and finally 1 0 our brand new language lab which was used fo r the first time this year. He has seen our home economics rooms c hange from crowded cou n ters, to modern kitchens. H e h as seen Balboa H i g h expand in the field of com mercia l co u r s es. Today, stude nts are taught to use electric typewr j ter s, 10 take and transcribe shorthan d notes, to oper ate complicated wood and metal s hop mac h ines, an d t o develop many special artistica l talents. It's true that Mr F ischer must leave us now, but before he goes he would l ike to show you a litt le part of the new B HS. H e wil l begin, of course, wi th C hem istry, for this is his fiel d and conti nue o n to Physiolo g y, the newest o f the new look in Balboa H igh.

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Mr. Fischer shows that chemis try is a foggy su b jecl. MR. FISCHER'S CHEMISTRY Mr. Fischer teaches the importance of knowing which chemica l s to choos e. Diane Zeu sets up an experiment in Mr F ischer's laboratory. - 2 9

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Ken Kaisch is engrossed in a dist illing Boiling water for use in an experiment Robert Askew adjusts the flame on his bunsen burner. Gary Zambito ext racts the oil from cloves

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p H y s I c s Gregory Kenni n g Ton experiments with an accelerated system. B r uce Parker and Roger H oenke determine wave properties with an improvised "slinky ."

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I Mrs N o rton's s:udenl s enioy cooking in t hei r new kitchen s H o M E C E 0 N o M I C s Suc h beautiful and modern kitchens such as These are invi t ing t o any home economic st udent. a ) 2 t ) ( I I l l

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An d now, even boys l ike Randy J o n es and P e t e Dehlinger t ake typi n g Today, student s i n Balboa H igh are taught t o type skillfully COMMERCIAL ARTS In advanced shorthand D o l o res B a rnes transc r ibes her n o tes o n an electric typewriter.

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R uss Hoogland learns Spanish by listening to a tape in the new language lab. NEW LANGUAGE LAB Students from Mr. Wilcox's fifth period Spanish class make good use of the language l ab. T hey a r e only a few o f the students who use d t h e laboratory each week /

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Joe Garriga, from Mr. Ande rson s Woodshop class prepares a chest to be varnished. The Metal shop's complicat e d machinery i s efficiently handled by two hard working students. ARTS One of Miss Ellis's art students puts th e f i nish ing touches on her drawing. 35

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36 Sue l essiack p repares a Neubaue r count ing chamber for use in a red blood cell count. During he saw the ANATOMY Mr. Fischer 's last year here c reati o n o f a brand ne w courseAND HUMAN PHYSiOlOGY. This course was taught to B H S s tudent s b y Mr. Ja mes N C ook for th e first time this year. It was composed of twenty-five se nior s who were selected by Mr. Cook and the coun sel l ors. When th e y entered the class i n the fall the y were surprise d to find that Phys i o logy was not simply a book study of the human b o dy but included usi ng each other's b l ood when the study was concentrated on blood and cult i vating fruit flies for the s tud y of genetics And l east o f all none had ever thought o f disse c t i ng a sheep's he a rt a cow's eye or a foetal pig w hile s tud ying the human b ody. E ve n w hile the course was hard a nd required many hours of s tudying, i t was profitable and enioyable to th e se lected twenty-f i ve. PHYSIOLOGY T o illustrate a point, Bob DrYia makes u se of th e excellen t cha r ts available 10 physiology students. Denn ise O Donne l l an t icip ates a puncture w ound from Cindy Carlton

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Teachers like Mr. H utchinson today can use opaque proj e ctors as classroom helpers. NEW CLASSROOM HELPERS Although Mr. Fischer mus t leave us now, he is proud of the new developments which have come about in BHS during his time. Here he shows that teaching meth ods improved greatly since the f irst day. Today students are getting part of their education with the help of mechanical devices, such as the opaque and -fil m projector s shown here. Our school has come a long way since 1940 and Mr. F ische r has been a part of it all. Balboa High School will continue to progress and in the next fifteen years, its stu dents will look back again. But those students will never know Mr. Fischer as we have known him and they will never know the meaning of his departure as we will know it. Bob Tarr and les Fulcher are taught physics with the aid of a film and pro iector

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Footba l l pads await players before game. Ronnie C r ump has his ankle taped by T om Mallory Bulldogs Prepare for Each Game Many people do n ot realize the preparation and training which precede each football game. After long hours of practice during the week, the night of the game arrives. The players come two hours before the game to receive their uniforms and to have their ankles taped. Coach Anderson gives last minu te instructions After. the team completes the warm-up exercises, the y relurn to the dressing room for last minule i n structions from the coaching staff. Neither the end of the game nor the end of the season stops this prepara'ion. There is always another game or another seas6n to plan for. Mike Fitch discusses the game with some of the players

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Warms Up Varsity Enters Waits

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Substitutions Tension Strategy

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Tim Maloney pounces on an A.'C. player. K e n Ph illips close s in to tackle George Case Balboa Defense Digs In Bulldog defensive l ine crashes th rough t he College line

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Rich H arrington digs fo r ya rdage against Colleg e. Dan Thornburg eludes Cristoba l ta ckler Offense on the Move Norman H all sweeps l eft end on a power p l ay.

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KEN PHilliPS cools off at the football "water fountain ," NORMAN HAll fades back to pass against Cristobal. 1964 Bulldogs Rebuild Practice began i n late for the Varsi t y. One hundred boys answered roll on the first day of practice, but by the end of the week only fifty tired players remained. The following weeks saw the Bulldogs pre paring for the opening game. It also saw the first of a number of players lost for the season. Buz Greene and Stew Brown left with injuries, while T ed Smith trans ferred to Cristobal. T he Bul ldogs met the enemy for the first time a t the Jamboree and p l ayed three score less t ies. One week later they defeated the Athletic Club 7-6. T hen the bubble burst. Balboa found itself on the l osing end of t he score in the next five games Six bulldogs: Andy Brown, Tal H ibbert, Terry Dessert, John Rathgeber, Norman Hall, and Mike Plucker joined the All-Stars w h o defeated Cristobal 141 3 in the annual Palm Bowl Game. Coach Anderson and his staff prepared under classmen for future work with the varsity by beginni n g a J unior Varsity football team Twelve 'returning l et termen prom ise a winning season in 1965. 1964 VARSITY FOOTBALL B H S OPPONENT 7.. ............. .. .. Athl e tic Club ........ ............... 6 0 ........................ Cri stoba l ...................... 32 7 C Z C ... ............ 12 o ................ Athl e ti c Cl u b ................... 14 o o . Cri st o bal ................... .. C Z C. 20 27

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1964 Bulldogs FRONT ROW : Mike Plucker ; Norman Halt; William Swanstrom; Dan Thornburg; Terry Dess erl; Pal Swanstrom SECOND ROW : James Brady ; Ken Phillips; T erry Barber ; Toby Maloney; Tom Prescott; Anderson Brown; Ben Troller; Tom Hale. THIRD ROW, SIeve Wieland ; J ohn R athge ber; John KOlalik; Dick Brazezinski ; L ouis H usted; Darryl Morse; James Dolan; Doug Artley; Robert Sovkalis. FOURTH ROW; Ronald (dump; Pet e H endrickson; Robert Askew; Fred Webster; Mark lark ins; Robert E vans; larry Davis; Ed lewis; Randy Jon es; Jerry Brennan FIFTH ROW; lester Mallo r y. Assl Manager ; James Jenner, Asst Manager; Richard H arrington ; Ed Wiese Tom Mitchell; SIeve H atch; Art Greene ; Richard Pluck er; Roy Wilson; James Cook, Manager 47

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Bulldogs Action Emilio V alez hits for two" against the Cris t obal T igers. Eduardo Alfaro drives in for a l ayup agains t C.Z.c. Rupert T u r ner stre t ches high to flo a t" one i n.

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Bob Baggott blocks a C.Z .C. shot; Rupert T u r ne r stops th e pan. A Balboa player fights with C.Z.C.'s Baranick for a rebound. L uther Quinn bounds high to give Balboa control of the j ump.

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The Balboa Bul ldogs experienced a fine season in bas ketball t his yea r finishing with a 6-3 record in league competi t ion. The team a l so won many exhibition games before the season opener with Cristobal. Afte r taking a 66 decision from t he Tigers, the Bulldogs went on to win three games from the S.D.A.C. Cobras one game from the c.z.c. Green Devils, and another game from the Tigers. Balboa spoiled a perfect season for the c;.ollegians when the team overcame the Devils 60,9 in the season finale. Coach Brown concentrated on developing the team 's stamina and speed. T he Bulldogs Jacked height necessa r y fo r a slow deliberate offense and so they developed a runn i ng t ype of offense. fast break was used to wear down opponent s and t o "break open" the games. Balboa used chiefly the man-to-man defense, each player covering a specia l memo ber of the opponent's team. This combination of offense and defense provided spectators with many thri lls and l ots o f action 1965 VARSITY BASKETBALL B.H.S. OPPONENT 66 .................... Cristob a l ........ ....... ..... 50 7 4 ...................... C Z C ......................... 8 7 70 ....... ........ .... Cri s t o bal ........ ........... 4 8 87 ........... ...... Athletic Club .................. 56 75 ........................ C Z C ......... ............... 88 8 2 .................. Athleti c Club .......... ........ 51 42 .................... Cristobal .... .... ....... ... 65 72 ........ ..... ..... Athletic Club . .............. . 53 6 0 ........... ............ C.Z C ........... .......... ... 5 9 Coach Brown encourages his learn. 1965 Bulldogs FRONT ROW : Robbin Lane Richard Richler, Bob Baggolt, l ulher Quinn Emilo Velez, Arl Baggolt, Jim Cook, Coach Brown. Everell White, Ruperl T u rner. SECOND ROW : larry Quinn, Dale Richards,

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FIRST ROW : Roy Wil so n ; Stephen Parker ; Fernando H ideaway; Dale Richards ; Rick G r i ff e t ; Art Baggoll. SECOND ROW ; Mr H a t c h e ll ; Steve T orian ; J e rry Brenn e n ; haec H ays; Louis Houston; Charles Simmons. J V Basketball The Junior Varsity Basketball team co mpleted a successful season. The J.V. played both i n league and e x h ibi t ion games. The te ams that the J.V. competed against were the Crist obal and Canal Zone Coll ege J.V. team s. T he o fficial games were all wit h the Cristobal J,V in w hich the B u l1pups were able t o wi n two games and lose only on e I n the first ga me the Bull pups defeated the Cristoba l Kitten s, 33-32. In another close g ame, 44-42 th e J,V. t as ted defeat a t th e h a nd s of the "ot her-side" team. The final co ntest proved t oo muc h for the K ittens" who were overwhelmed 42 t o 20 b y the victorious Bullpups. Ne ar the end of th e seaso n Dale Richards and Art Bagg o tt were t r a n s ferred to t he Varsi t y. Mr. Hat chett dri lled the team on the fundamentals of b asketball, and worked close l y with Coach Brown in practice s e ss i o ns wi th the Varsi ty. The J.V. wa s prepared for future g ames with the varsi ty. Was it a foul o r was it a jump ball ?

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The Running of a Race lowell Slagle paces himself i n 11 long r ace. Stu Brown wails for the gun in the 440 relay. A Bulldog sprints 10 the finish line

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56 A Losing Bulldog Checking the Watches

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1965 VARSI T Y T RACK B H.S. C.H.S. c.z.c. A.c. 9 ... .... 64............. 36............ . 6 12 .............. 50 ........... ... 45 .............. 8 1 1. ............ 6 L........... 38.............. 4 Varsity Track Months before the track season actually opened nearly 50 trackmen were prac t icing. The y ran laps and d i d exercises every afternoon. T ime tr ials w ere held in the stadiu m on Wednesday nights. The Bulldogs with the best t imes in each event were entered in the actual meets. The Bulldogs finished t hi r d in each of the three tra ck meets. Two tra ck meets were he l d at Cristoba l and one a t Balboa. Cris toba l High School won the champions hip, coming in first in a ll three meets FRONT ROW: W. Swanstrom, T Hibbert J Mitchell, L. Quinn, M. Morrow, S. Brown l. Slagle, R. Kimsay, W. H a ll. SECOND ROW : M. Guerney, R Stinson, D Cat, J Valez, G. Vaucher, E House G Evans, R Evans P Garcia. THIRD ROW: F. Tes t er, R H arris, S laychak L. Allen, O J e r gens, M Meeboer, L. Haff J Cook, Coach Brown. 57

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Varsity hopefuls line up for wind sprints. The job of pUlling o n a ca T che r's gear. PrePractice Warm-Up Jerry Lee plays a game of pepper while wailing for p ract ice 10 begin. .,,,v 59

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Buz Greene t akes a throw from the pitcher. J e rr y Bren A an hauls a long fly i n 60 Balling practice i s needed every day. Practice Begins

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Varsity Baseball Baseball practice began in January with the formation of Intramural baseball teams. Varsity candidates went through three weeks of intramural ball playing games to get themselves in shape for the varsity. Varsity practice begap in m i d February. Coach Rayburn dril led the candidates not only in the fundamental s of baseball, but also on physical conditioning. T he practices were held after school and often on Saturday mornings. They began with exercises and wind sprints, and ended with batting and fielding practice. Five returning lettermen spark the 1965 Bulldogs, although a host of new candidates have shown potential. As we went to press the Bulldogs were preparing for their first game. ---. -....... .. r -Go--, -. -" . ... .,. -... --.-". -, -. -.... -. -. ----" '-, -, .;.,. ..... -. -. -,-"'" =--... -iI.: -. -. ---. _.. --. .: ... --. . -... "<-:-. --.. .. -... --;:---,!:!-;'.' -..-< -, -. ..... 4.> -'-.---larry Quinn picks off a hot one on first. Coach Rayburn shows him the correct way.

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Miss l e hman T alks over The coming maT ch wi T h a few of The team members. Before the Match W a i T i n g for The maTch is nOT easy. Pat Chandler s T rokes a backhand acron The neT.

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.. Kathy Chandler slaps one back in the first malch. --Jane vViison lakes a bead on the lillie white ball. P al Chandler gets ready 10 swing. Action Jane Wilson charges the neT for a slam.

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Varsity Tennis The Balboa High Schoo l Tennis team is divided info a boys' team and a girls' team. The reason for this division is that there are no courts big enough to hol d a combined boys' and girls' practice. Both t eams begin practice in early February and the y conti n ue until April. T he girls' team i s under the direction of Miss lehman and practices every aftern oon on the Diab l o courts. Matches are scheduled against the girls' teams from both Cr istobal H i 9 h Schoo l a nd Canal Zone College. The boys' team has a s imilar schedule, playing their r ival s from C.H.S. and c.z.c. As we went t o press, the boys' team had just begun practice while the girls' team had beaten the girls from c.z.c. ,Miss lehman scores The firsl match with C.Z.C. Becky Fall smashes an opening serve. -J

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Bentley J enkins wat c hes the ai rplane" exercise T he r e seems to be a few sagging bodies. Practice Begins You may b e wondering what swimming has to d o wit h this girl doing situps Sue Dessert is taking part in a planned program of conditioning for va rsit y swi mming. The pr og ram co n sis t s of three phases. Phas e i s a five week program of exercises; Pha se 2 is a three week period of water polo and s t ill m o re exer cises ; Phase 3 is the actual swimming Team members of ten practice 3 hours d aily Sometimes as early as 6 A. M., you will find vars ity swimmers at the Balb oa pool. An anI'S eye view during push up drill. 6 7

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The "spike" is a hard shot to stop. Sue l essiack hits one for t he champs. Girl's Volleyball F RONT ROW: N Chadwick, S. Willen b r ock, P Basham SECOND ROW : S. L essiack; M LeMaster, J L ovelady. e ... I \

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Concentration is the key to good bowling Bowling The action was fast and furious at the Balb o a Bowling Alley last Januar y. Nearl y 30 girls participated in an Intramural bowling program which lasted f o r three consecutive weeks. Competiti o n was based on t otal pin fall and not on an individual competitive basis. Bowling is a very popular sport, and the girls who participate in the program at Balboa find it lot s o f fun. I t is very convenient to have the Balboa alleys so near at hand but larger alleys may be needed in the future for the growing number of intramural bowlers. To be a gutterball or not to be that i s the question.

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A long line fills the sky with arrows. One girl takes dead-eye aim on the target. Girl's Archery Archery is not a common sport and it can be dangerous if not properly supervised. The girls' Intramural program allows girls to participate in this sport and helps them to develop their skill. The thirty girls who registered for archery this year received both shooting and safety instructions in the use of their fiberglass "longbows. For a three week period during February, archery' was conducted beside the stadium fence At th i s same t i me boys track pract i ce w as being held in the stadium. Anyone could notice an improvement i n their speed w hen the girls lifted their bows.

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A jump sig n a l s th e begi nning of a game. She learns how 1 0 dribble lomorrow. Girl's Basketball On e afternoon last Februa ry, yo u may ha v e walked past the g ym o n your way h om e from detention hall. I f you had l ooke d inside, you would have no t i ce d that th e girls were playing a strange type of basketball. A fie l d goa l o r "basket" came quite infrequently and the girls really cheered w hen a g o a l was made. The girls I ntra m ura l basketball program began i n early February Ne arly 35 girls registered al')d were pla ce d on various teams, according t o their class. The winnin g teams in each class p layed each ot her for the school championship. T he basketball program stresses the fundamentals o f the sport and provides friendly cla ss com petition.

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Foul shots can win or lose a game. Close defense is necessary in basketball. Games Everyone expecu a shot soon.

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, y".,. The broad jump requires both spep. d and liming i n order 10 make a long jump. 7 6 Boy' s Track The Intramural Track program .for Boys began in late December . On separate days boys met from each of the four classes and competed with each other. The boys who p laced first or second in their class met on another afternoon to compete for the ?choo l championship. Coach Brown recruited the top three finishers in each event for the track team. About 20 boys from class pa rticipated i n th i s program. Among the events which were held were the shot-pu t discus, high jump hurdles, dashes, and distance runs. The seniors won the class competition.

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The Shot-Put The shot-put is a track event which had its beginnings in ancient Greece. Many years later it is still a major track event. The High School shot is a metal ball weighing twelve pounds. College track tea ms use the sixteen pound shot. The record for the Canal Zone is 56 feet with a twelve pound shot. In this sequence of photographs, Mike Crosby tries his luck at "putting" the shot. Heaving it with all your strength. The crouching posi tion at The beginning of a throw. The imporlan t follow through.

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Swimming Swimming is not officially organized as an Intramural sport by the Balboa High Schoo l Athletic Department. Many students who plan t o be o n the varsi t y swim mi ng team keep i n s h ape at the Balboa pool. This is their Intr amural" sport. T he students who use the pool have three purposes. First they wish to deve l o p their s tamina and enduran c e secondly they want to polish the i r div i ng form and swimming s t rokes las t ly they want to have a coo l dip before hitting the books. ". -' .... ;:: ... ... .. _. Barbara Lewt e r flashes her backstroke form Jeff Sears gasps for a breath of air during a butterfly race. , ... .. - -

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" I think 1 made II boo boo somewhere." Diving Practicing t he back-dive One game is called-"See how close you can come to the board."

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13 An a thl e te s train s i n the broad jump. B a lboa i s nosed-out in this r elay. Relay Scenes T h e c h a ng e o f ba tons occurs in the pani ng zon es.

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Mr. Ted Hotz c he c k s his watch after a ra ce. This member of th e Oistrict league of Panama 's team c a p tur e d the shot put 1965 Balboa Relays The annual running of the Balboa Relays was held on February 18th and 1 9th. This year's relays were dedicated to Mr. Ted H o tz, a former principal 01 S.H. S Teams were invited from all over the zone and Panama. A team from Panama, representing the Dis trict league of Panama, won the overal l tea m c hampions h i p Army Pacific was a dose runner-up. The 100y d das h re co rd of 9 8 seconds was br o ken b y a time of 9.7 s e conds. Rainbow City defeated C.z.c. and Army P acific fo r a 440 relay victory.

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luther Quinn and Rupert Turner fight for a rebound. A Year Sports Sometimes your team doesn't win every game, but wouldn't it take the excitement and fun ou t for the spec t ator if our t eams never lost a game? Think back to that football game w hich was played in the rain; remember the basketball game when S H.S. defeated c.z.c. 60-59. The Athletic Department has enjoyed presenting the sports program of Balboa H igh to you. We tried to give all sports equal representa t ion in the Zonian. Enjoy your yearbook. It was a lot of work! Baseball look sweat and determinaTion. A.Co's Coffin han gs on To Rich H a r ringTon.

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84 ORGANIZATIONS AND ACTIVITIES rr;;m Mecf:{rJj Tue',i . 1 'r 5 m IDS 0 hate'" <

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86 '\ t -, fl"r-. ,H.f: VAJU',f) \ / , --fRON T ROW : D T hornbu r g ; J Brad y; D J an u ary; C. Hawthorne; C. Kle tte. SECOND ROW : B P arker; D Artley; A. E s terline; M. lair. Bridge Club The purpose of the Bridge Club is t o g ive its members knowledge and appreciation of the game ,Among the projects they sponso r are a clini c in w h ich s t udents are coached and expert bridge players are on hand to answer questions, a nd the high point o f th e yea r a tournament, in w hi ch the members compete for va l uable pr ize s.

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Grease paint, cues and costumes are only part of the behind-the-scenes activity o f a play. There are sets t o be const ructed l i ne s to be memorized, and actions to be practiced until the y are known perfectly. There is lighting to be worked out and publicity to be thought of. This all requires many long hours of pr actice afte r sch ool and on Saturdays. A certain amount of po ints are awarded f or eve r y iob. Once enough points ha ve been earned, a Drama Club me mber may become a member of the National The s pians, a nation wide hono r society Idelle John son prepares Keith P e trie for The Tavern. Drama Club and National Thespians FRONT R OW; J. B ank; 1. J ohnson; N Tinkler; N. Nehring Secr etary; S. Runnes l rand, VicePresident; J. Widdecke, President; L Saunders; A. S tich ; C. Muse; K. Jo h nst one. SECOND ROW; C. Conard; M. Bremer ; E Tinkler ; J Scigliane; M. lesza; K. Craig; S. Bissill; J. H arbaugh l ; E McMunigl e; K Olsen; J. Sang; B J aizu is. THIRD ROW; C. Clinl on; S. P arker; C Keiser; J Medcalf; G Wertz; B Spi er; J Murphy; D Culhan e; C. Filo; S. Skaer; K Gray; J Campion; D Fade; J Gomez. FOURTH ROW; M. Saunders ; A. Kinner; J Walton; E Ermish; K. K inner; K Brown; S Boyd ; A Proback ; M Reilly; D Di Fronzo; M. Durbon; S. R ei ngardt ; S. Alves; B Chur c hv i l l e. 87

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.. 88 1 TOP PICTURE: FIRST ROW: C. Clinlon; l. Hu ff, President; J. Marano; l. Armi jo; D. Haky, V. President; M. Dubroff; S Parker. SECOND ROW; J. Holgerson; l. M cC lain; l. M orrow; M Rogers; P Green; K. Brady ; J Marano; B. Marano ; M. Olayvar; S. Charbonneau. THIRD ROW; S. Brown; M. l air; l. Turbyfill; J Ehle rs; S. l uke; C. C. Boswe!l; S. Droste; M. Toledo fOURTH ROW ; S. Reinhardt; M. Dudgeon; R Marte ns; L Saunders; l. Johnson; K. Mo eller; L. Helm; V. H utchison; C. Schafer. BOTTOM PICTURE: FIRST ROW: l. Fortune; J Goe; J. Wil son; J Will ; S. Ada ms; Mrs latimer; Mr s. Norlon. SECOND ROW; E. Plata; G. Defrer ; L Jones; C. Boukalis ; B. Haky ; C. Kelsey; J. Parker ; L. Sellens, Sec.; K. McGee; J. Reis ch; A. Cann. THIRD ROW: D Boswell; D Haff; J. Sang; R. Chance; B Speir; S Kotalik; M. Adair; D. Schmid t FOURTH ROW : C. Brom ly; A. Byrd ; F Dignam; M Wilson ; S. Kaelin; G Wilson; A. B aco l; E Hovan; P Braun; A lugo; V. Chancy. J o Ann Marano cleans up. The F .H.A. st ri ves to teach its members ways of making overall community, family, and personal lives more enjoyab l e by teaching them some of the various ski lls of homemaking. Future Homemakers of America

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FRONT ROW; S. Trim, SecretoJry; J. loveloJd y, Vice-President; P. BoJsham, President; J Wilson; G Whitney. SECOND ROW: J Lindh ; K Keys ; M GarcioJ; J Marti; E Bee c hn e r; P Booth; K Brady; E. Boehing; J Hunt. THIRD ROW; H Thompson; P. HoJnnigan; K Stephenson; D Cobb; M. Guibert; J. Hunt; P Albrillon; F. DignoJm; l. FroJvenheim. FOURTH ROW: S. South; R HoJmmefler; M Miller; l. Newman; S lessioJck ; D Newman; B FoJli; B. Hu ertoJ; P. CoogoJn E ach year, the girls who enjoy participating in sports are given an opport unity t o do so th rough the G.A.A. under the sponsorship of Miss Julia H ardin, sports of all natures are planned for the girls. Some of the sports which have a great deal of enthusiastic at tendance are basketball, vo l leyball, archery, and tennis. Girls Athletic Association ... "., , 89

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& c ..... -. .,; -q . Chalk and erasers are the main, but not t h e only tools of the Future Teacher s of America. They help teachers at the Balb oa E lementary School, and at the t ime observe various teaching methods. B u t they also make tape recordings of books for the use of the b lind lepers of Palo Seco. And at Christmas, they give a party for Panamanian c hildren Guest speakers are invited t o the meetings and often member s themse l ves will give a talk on some p h ase of t eaching. Future Teachers of America FRONT ROW : E J ackson; J Rateau ; B Holmes; L. Eddleman; C Bryson, Vice-President; B Chancey Secretary; B Anderson, Pres i den t ; T Torres; R McArt hur ; B Wes l ey; Mrs. R B issett, Sponsor S ECOND ROW: P Pelk ey; J H unt; P Chodakowski; A Creque ; l. Collister ; O New man; D Cobb ; P Barllett THIRD ROW: J Rey nolds; E Beechne r ; T Nila; B. Brown; S Speevak ; J Scigtiani; C H awthorne; L Myer; M. Gar cia; K. Kinn e r F OURTH ROW: C. Mitten; A. B aggott; M R ed d ing; L F i n alson; l. Worsham; J H ester. FIFTH ROW: P H atfield; K S l ager; A. Kinner ; K Brown ; M Cooper; S Tienb r ock ; C. Boswell; M Ander son.

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FRONT ROW; R Sang ; F D ignam, Presiden t ; M. Brady, Treasure r ; S. Perra Vice-President; M. Garcia Secretary; J. lord. SECOND ROW ; C. Rose ; M. Dubroff; l. Colli s t e r ; l. Worsham; V. Barnes; S. Brown; J. Goe; B A nderson THIRD ROW; F Stabler; D . B oswell; D. Haff ; K K eys; C Kelly; S. Kotalik; P H iggins, J Vogel; S. Stewart FOURTH ROW; B R ose; A Kinner; B. Fall; D Boyd; D O'Donne ll; S. Wynshaw; M Jilli; l. Denton Future Nurses of America Working at Gorgas H ospital after school or on weekends, visiting the l eposarium at P alo Saco or the mental institutes a t Coroza l or in Pana ma City, g ives the F utu re Nur ses o f America a chance to see nur sing i n action. N o t only d o they have the se many f ield t rips, t he y also sponsor other acti vities. E very Halloween they collect candy for the Special Edu c ation classes, and at Chr istmas, they make deco ration s for the patients at Palo Seco. // \ I / / r 91

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Cl e. J ---.;.. --u 1 \ t I i I ; .. .. -F. CENTER: Slew Brown, Pres .; FIRST ROW: Jack Garavanla; Tal Hibbert ; Terry Barber ; Norman Hall ; Terry Dessert; George Case; Mike Plu c ker ; M a rio Calleia; Jerry lee. SECOND ROW; Ken Phillips ; Toby Malone y; ArT Greene; Pat Swanstrom; Luther Quinn; William Swanstrom; Roy Wilson ; Bill Egolf. THIRD ROW; Darryl Morse; lowell Slagle; John Rathgeber; Gary Vouche; Duke Welson; Frank Disharoon, T reas.; FOURTH ROW ; Tom Male; Ed Wiese; Oan Thornburg; Jim Brady ; Doug Artley; Bob Boukalis; Ronald Crump; John Fitzgerald FIFTH ROW: Pet e Hendr ickso n ; R ichard H arring ton ; Dick Brzezinsk i Richard Plu cker. SIXTH R OW; R ichard Pallon ; Dennis Bryson Lettermen's Club T he lettermen's Club is an honorary club run b y the lettermen themselves. B oys automatically become lettermen when the y have earned a letter in any var sity spor t s. The requirements for earning a letter vary for each sport. When the first letter is earned, the boy receives a cer t ificate and one l etter; this is the only let ter h e receives in high sc hool. W hen he fulfill s the re quirements for a particular sport, he receives an insig nia to pin onto the letter. Team captains also receive a star. For second, third, and fourth years of participating in a sport, a bar is given T he letterman's Club sponsors the football dance held at the end of football season The club is also a service club. At the g ames they are busy selling sodas to everyone. With the p r oceeds f rom the sales, they hold their annual banquet at the end of the school ye ar

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( FIRST ROW : R oseanna McArt hur ; Patt y Jones ; Carol Muse, V Pres; Susie S kau Se c.; Idell e J oh ns o n Pre s .; C ora Herrera Treas ; H e len Thom p son ; Carol Weinstock SECOND ROW: Judy Vosburgh ; Sharon l ane ; Anto i n e tte Malene ; B e ll y S alo nick ; F e rnando Mofeno s o ; Edw ina Bittel Ellem Plaia. THIRD ROW: lester Mallory ; Gerardo Quiros ; Inis H ertz; Eloy Alfaro ; R o berl Vosburgh French Club The F rench Club is desi gned to give th ose s tudents studying Frenc h an opportunity to become fam iliar with the h isto ry, culture, and language of France outside the classroom. The mont hly meetings include man y varie d activities. Members repor t on i ntere s t ing h istorical events of France, customs in France or any other facts t o broaden the students' knowledge of the French w a y of l i fe At othe r meeti ngs members present skits, p l ay Fren ch games, sing Fren c h so ngs or listen to music, study literature or watch films concerning Fran ce. After each meeting, a typical F renc h dessert is se r ve d s uch as eclairs or bouche de novel (Yule log). 93

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9 4 '.. ( .1., 2 FRONT ROW; L Baglien; A Spinelli; C. Avies; l. Prince; D. Warre n ; A Winquist; M Wiese; J. H ouse; R. H oenke. SECOND ROW : K. Kerr; l. Saunders; C. B ryson; l. Johnson; V flumach; S. Roth; R. P revos t ; S. l essiack; P. Zelnick THIRD ROW; S. Oczkowicz; B. Parke r ; J Brady ; l. Fontaine; T. Sizemore; M. Osborne; G. linfors; B Daub i n ; D Wilson ; Mr. Small Sponsor. FRONT ROW; P. Earl; M. Rodriguez; G Vaucher, Vice President; I. Johnson, Secretary; J Spinelli. SECOND ROW, M. Thompson; S. Bowman; T. Torres; B. Jenkins; O Slone; Mrs Koha n Sponsor. THIRD ROW: S. South; H Waldron; K. Warren ; B Ande rson; C. Wallace ; B. Salonick ; P Chandler; J Sarlan. FOURT H ROW; r. Herlz ; M Edb e rg ; l. Meyer; C. Collins ; S. P a rker ; l. Nailr ; P Me yer; K Rob b ins. Mu Alpha Theta and Math Club The Mu Alpha T heta and Math Club is composed of two integrated parts. T he first, the Math C l ub, uses many pro j ects and repor t s to help its members in understan di n g the many different f acet s of mat h ematics. T hese reports may r.ange from Pythagoras t o Einstein, from magic squares to polygons T he second part Mu Alpha Theta, is a national honor society for young people who are outstanding i n the field of mathematics. The requi rements for enter ing this society are that the student mus t have a B a verage in Mathematics courses and have taken at least Algebra I and geometry. The new members to be inducted into the society are usually selected from the members of the Math Club.

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FRONT ROW ; F Goulding; C. Pric e; M. Miller; S. Trim; D Barnes; S. HotcroJft. SECOND ROW ; D Justiniano; G. T ester; H Metlieny; P Albritton; M O l ayvar; K Dolan THIRD ROW; D Vargas: H Stewart: C. Pri ce; C. Sch a fer ; D. Hindman; M Simpson ; C. Henderson. Secretarial CI ub Way up on the third floor of the college bui l ding you will find some hard working students in the Secre tar ial L ab busily typing various papers for the teachers. Not only does the Secretarial Club sponsor th is worthwhile project they als o collec t candy for one of the orph a n ages at Christmas. Guest speakers are invited to their meetings and they have gone up to the Admini stration Buil d i ng for a tour Delores Barnes and Sue T rim hard a t work. ( 95

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96 '-.. I i \... 1 \ FRONT ROW; Mr. Carney, Sponsor; S. Ad a ms; C. H errea, Secretary; Z. Gonzalez, P r es iden t ; W. Mark s Vice P resident; M. M ilas, T reasurer; C. Vil lamil; W. D uke; Miss Diaz, spo ns or. SECOND R O W : M little; O Bealo; M Ollar; l. Beni t e z; M. Garcia; A. Crerie; J M ilas; S. Samso n ; l. Ortiz; E. B eni tez. THI R D R OW: I. Ga u d iano; l. V a rgas ; N Kirm er; G Garner; Y. l e e; E Young; A. lim; M Davis ; C. Quiros; W. Crawford; A. Ova ld ia. FOURTH ROW: V Flum a c h ; H Garne y ; C Z erne r ; B Toothm a n ; O lag ass ie; R Brooks; l. N a rr ; R Vosburgh ; R. Beato ; M Jaramillo ; G Quiros. Pan American Club Christmas s ce n e sel u p b y P an Amer ican. I s your pollera ready? Are you g oing to the Ca rn ival Dance? What d oes all this mean??? S impl y that i t 's Carnival time again! And th e Pan American Club which sponsors all Carnival activities around the school, always manages t o have more fun lined up for us than th e year before. At their monthly meetings, one L atin Ameri can country is discussed. There is usually a movi e o r slides, a gues t speaker, and sometimes several students will demonstrate the native dance of that country Refreshments are always served. The Pan American Club also celebrates Pan American Day w i th a program f o r the student body in the auditorium.

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, FRONT ROW : S. Williams, Secreta ry; R T arr, Vice.President; R Dryj", PresidenT ; M. Sharp; S. Coon e; S. Adam. SECOND ROW: K. O Cornell ; H Miltag ; R. Young ; K. Warren ; J Ray. THIRD ROW; C. Villamil; P McGrath; J. H irschi; B Tilley; S ROlh; R H oyle. FOURTH ROW: 8. Daniel; P Shirley; F South ; R Winstead; G H ernandez. Photo Club The Photo Club meets every fwo weeks in room 406 under the sponsorship of Mr. Robinson. The club teaches amateur photographers the more complex things of photography, such as how to get the correc t exposures for films, how films vary from one another, and how to compose a good picture. It also provides a photography lab for those students who are interested in making the ir own photo graphic prints D u ring the school year several field trips are made to give the members a chance to make photographs Guest speak ers are also invited to give talks. Towards the end of the year, a school-wide contest is held for students to present the i r better pictures, and compete for various prizes. T he club in general attemp t s to give those s tudents who are interested in photography a chance to expand their knowledge, and provides facilities for developing and printing photographs. 9 7

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98 FRONT ROW : Z Gonzalez, VicePresident; R P revos t President ; C. Herr a, Secrefary-Treasurer; C. Arnold; D SouThwell; I. J ohnson. SECOND ROW: l. Baglien; M. Garcia; C. Q u iros; M. Wiese; Mrs Knapp, Sponsor. THIRD ROW; A. Goldfein; S. Bowman; V Flumach; A WinquisT; H Waldon ; J Riesch FOURTH ROW ; G. Qui r os; l. Johnson; J Widdecke; C. Collins; K K aisch; l. Naar; C. Bryson. Point of View CI ub Books authors, and reviews are not iust for libraries ... The Point of View Club also uses these items at its b i-w eekly meetings. Not only do they review various books, they also publish the I sthmian Inklings T his is a collection of shor t stories, essays, and poems written by the students of B.H.S and picked by the Point of View Club as being the best work done during the year.

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The Senatus Populusque Romanis more com monly known to the students of BHS. as the latin Club, was o rganized for the purpose of studying the culture and customs of Rome and to learn its language. The S.P.Q .R. is a member of the Junior Classical league, a nat ional organization of latin c lub s. The latin C lub's big activity of the year is a Roman banquet, usually held during March. The club members and all who attend wear togas, the Roman dress, and Roman foods are served. Latin Club FRONT ROW : Mrs Perry, Sponsor; l. Johnson, Praetor ; B Salonick, Vive -co nsul; D Craddock. Recording Scr ibe; S. South, Consul. SECOND ROW; P Anderson; S. Markun ; D Bell; S Coone ; R Gasperi; C. Dimmick ; K. Warren ; S. Pale nchar THIRD ROW; D Kennedy ; D. Fisher ; C. Vellamil; B Lavender; D Marchuck; T GOjamerac; P Lee; P H annigan. 99

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100 \ \ \ f' :::J \.0- FIRST ROW: P ally Jones; Kathleen Chandler, Vice President ; linda Naar, President ; Karen Kerr Correspondin g Se cretary; Ann Winquist, R ecordin g Sec r e tary ; Bell y J e nkins; Bob Dryja. SECOND ROW : sitt ing, Mr B anasick, sponsor ; Patty Bicher s taff; Debbie Goldfein; Sandy Genther, Treasurer; Robert Tarr; L ar r y Pr ince; D iana Ma ; Pam ela Higgins; Mar y Andrews; Juani t a Milas ; Vale rie Depiper ; Sharon Bowman; Mary Ann Wink l osky; Weldon While. THIRD ROW : Sorrel Brown ; Helen Thompson; Rodelo Young; SIan Wright ; SIeve Roth; H elen Waldron; Carol Ann Wallace; Be ll y Salonick; Meredith Markun; David Bolzenmayer ; Glor ia Duke; Susan H a ll. FOURTH ROW: Reg in a Gasperi; Sharon BOlzenmayer; Anne Goldfein; H a rdin Millag; E d Eder; P aul Florcruz ; Boyd Quate; Olga Stone; Steve Naar; P aul Zeln ick; Gabr ie l Hernandez; Dav e W a rren ; Russell LaFuente ; Robert Payne. Science Club Mr. B anasick club ponders t he prOblem p r esented. The re are ma n y pu rpo ses of the Balboa H igh Sch oo l Science Club The club members learn about scie nce care er s, opportuni ties i n science, and the im portant role science plays in the world. T hey l earn ho w to follow their interests in the various fields of science. Members also encourage others to take a true inter e st in sc.ience. The Science Club ha s often been called the most act ive clu b in Balb oa High In past years the club went on s e veral field trips; this yea r because the membership o f the club shot up the club has had to restrict its activities to having a program at each regular meeting. F ilms and demonstration s are a l so p re se n ted t o give additional i nformation The programs are given by the students o r by a g uest s peake r who majored i n a particular field. Members of the club wor k on many other ac fivities. A few students worked o n a science b ibliog raphy project in the sch oo l library. T he Bullet i n B o ard Committee posts ilem s of i nterest suc h as new dis cov eries and theories in scie nce. The club also has its own newspap er, Chap ter 659 Report T he club plans to ha ve mor e scientific films, conduct researc h projects, and ta ke more f i eld t rips within the Canal Z on e

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Weldon White and Edmond Jilli contact ham radio operators Members Work Hard The Science Club has its own radio station, KZ5HS. The thre e boys on th e R adio Committee send messages to the United States an d o t her overseas stations. From many of these sta t ions they also receive messages. The three plan to conduc t code classes in order to prepa re any members interes ted in earning an amateur license. At the beginning of the sch ool year, two member s presented a well-covered program abou t amateur radi o and the radio theor.y. As a r e sult, more of the members hav e s h own interest in ham r adio operations. P ally Bickerstaff posts t he latest science ne ws. 101

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New members are escorted. into the Initiation ceremonies. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY FRONT ROW, Z. Gonzalez; M. Wiese, Secretary; L. Johnson; K Chandler; C. Quiros; S. Genther; I. Johnson. Naar; M Cooper; S lessiack; V. McCoy; A. Winquist. THIRD ROW: R.Hoenke; G. Kennington; VicePresident; ROW; B. T arr; B. Davb i n; R Prevost; P Meyer. President. SECOND ROW, C. Carlton; L. F. W ilder, Treasvrer; FOURTH

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FRONT ROW: J House; H. M anning; C. Bryson ; E Alfaro M Milas ; L. Lane; I t Everson SEC OND ROW: K Robb ins; O Hindman; V Taylor L. Sanders; V Flumach ; P Chodakowsky; L. Dougla ss THIRD ROW : C. Joyner; L. F ontaine; J Hir schi ; G. linfors; B Park e r ; O Warren. FOURTH ROW : 0 Thornburg; S Brown. The Nati ona l Honor Society is an honorar y organi zation established fo r the purpose of encouraging g oo d working habit s in s tudents. T o be a member, a student must be of good moral character, have high grades, be a leader or a g oo d worker in the sc h ool, and ha ve served his sc h oo l his h ome, and his friends faithfully. By maki ng a student meet these qualifications the Nati o nal Honor Society limits its membership and encourages o the r students to put forth an effort in these fields Roger Hoenke speaks al hll i nit ia t io n c e r e m o n y 103

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104 e 0 --j 0 -\ I -- \ F IRST ROW: M Dubroff ; R Young ; R. Mathewson; J Chancey; R H o enke p resident SECOND ROW: J Stephen ; C C oo mbs ; H Tho mp so n; S. Hall ; A Payne secretary ; T l ewis. vice. pr e s i dent THIRO ROW : P Getz l er ; M E l isberg i R Rod riguez ; J S pi n elli; A R odrig u e z ; S Mock FOURTH R O W ; M rs W ilki n ; L M c C onney; S Coombs ; B Melane; D Hyatt ; W Tillma n ; S Parker Chess Club F I R S T R O W : L. Sluff ; V. flumach; J. Sang, secretary ; I. Gavd i ano ; H Tho mpson ; l. Sellers SECOND ROW; D Marlin; J Riesen; vicepres i de nt ; S. G ue t he r p re s ident ; B Anderson; B. I. H e rlz ; M D a vis THIRD ROW: D Schmid t ; H Waldron ; J Esterline ; K Kaisch. Un ited Nations Club

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FRONT ROW : C. Clinton ; C. Kelse y; J Witson ; C. Alpert; S Runneslrand, President ; A. Winquist Secretary; M Meyers; W Rennert; D Goldfein; P Fade S ECOND ROW : S. Hul me; P Cohen; S. Hanley; K Grey; D Fade; J Wilson; l. W instead; B Sp ier; S. H olcraft ; M Garcia; F M c Gr ath. T H IRD R OW : D Gorin; l. Marcus ; l. Frauenheim ; B T i lley ; R Prevost; T Howard; J Widdecke; T Male ; M Gurney; S Reinhardt; l. Denlon; M F a uzy Folksi ngers CI ub FRONT ROW: S. B a rnes; D Craddock; S. lessiack; l. Fonta ine; J. Hous e; C Homan; S Nusbaum; M Kaplan SECOND ROW: H. Thompson; B Sener; J M i l as; l. Fredrick ; THIRD ROW: R. Gasped; R. Hammeller; J Nic hols; B Jenkins; J Brady ; B l av ender; S H ill; J McNeese; S. Derrick. FOURTH ROW: S Botzenmayer; S Markun; l. Meyer ; G Vaucher; D W ilso n ; E House; D Dorff; G. Andrichak. Debate Club 1 05

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106 FIRST ROW, N. Tink l er; E Tinkler ; C. O rr ; M. B ateman; J. Harbaugh; T McGann ; M Carney; P Booth ; A Sp inelli; P Chodakowski; P. Aviles; C. A viles. SECOND ROW R Martens; J Rei sch ; E Chodakowski. Library Club FIRST ROW : S Green; M De Stefano; D. Sanders; M. Tester; D Justiniano; l. Benitez SecOND ROW ; R Bridges; S. Straight; S. Wheeler; D O'Donnell; C. Price Office Assistants

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, ) '-\ 1\ \ I FIRST ROW: J Marti ; M. Sruland SECOND ROW: G. Duke ; F Dean; J. Reisch; l. Cassady; l. F raun heim. Organ Guild FIRST ROW: K. li tt on; B Swafford; F. Jones; 8 Berge r ; M. Bandy; J Wilson SECOND ROW: T. Oczkowicz; K. Nusbaum ; J. Head ; C. Traufie ld; N Mackenzie; R Boyer. THIRD ROW: R D r yja; l. Husted; B. Quate; G. Showalter; S E lchemendy. Audio-Visual 107

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108 FIRST ROw; D Justini,mo, secretary; D. Vargas, vice-president; M. M i las treasurer; E Alfaro, president; C. Herrer a, public r e lation s officer; M. Rodgriguez; C. Aviles ; SECOND ROW; Mrs ligia De Armas; C. Villamil J r .; G !tez; M Ollar; M Rodriguez; O. Beato; E Hickey; T Rodrgiuez; R Beato THIRD ROW; C. Collins ; M Sharp; P. Kloske ; R. Brooks; J. Barb; R (azoila; R Vosburgh. T he Triple C has sponsored many cultural pro grams duri ng the school year. The first was given Octo ber 1 2, 1964 and featured the different costumes and customs of various regions of Spain and Panama S t u dents from both Panama and Balboa H igh School par ticipated Performers of p rogram given October 12 1964. Triple C

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Majorettes Baton s twirl ing, feet prancing and pre cision timing all add up to a great halftime show. This year, the majo re tt e s thrilled us at all of our home foot b all games, and m o st of our away games, b y thei r dari n g use of fire bato ns T hey started practicing during the summer, and have worked hard afte r schoo l making up new routines D ia n e Hindman C o -capTain D i ane Z e r r V i cki M cCoy, Co-capT a i n (ynrk i .. Van Voorh i s

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110 FRONT ROW; C. Conyne; S. Bowman ; M Garcia ; K Wood; M Stallworth. SECOND ROW ; S. laird; B. Kennedy; K Win n ; J. Marti; C. Orr THIRD ROW; M Dur b on; K Grey; M Markun ; S Markun ; P Hannigan. fOURTH ROW; B. Speir ; P Fade; D. Anderson; F. Dean; A. Winquist; D. Fade; B Salonick ; C. Wallace ; J Wilson ; M Lemaster; J. Wil son; l. Woodruff; E Gundersen; M. Tarflinger; M Redding; K. Robbins; L. Meyer; S Hulme ; G Harrison ; B Wombe ; S Bowen ; R Crouch fiFTH ROW; J Gegenhei mer; K. Elek; A Ganser; D. Aleman; R. Prevost; J. Thomson; V Oliver; V Rich; A. Talbo!! ; Mr Ed Kaiser Concert Choir Jane Wilso n VicTor O liver, Dave Connors, Mike Gurney and Miguel Osborne wait for the curtain at The Christmas Concert

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FRONT ROW : V. Barnes ; J Jensen; R. Crouch; S. Bowen ; M Fawly; M S tallwort h B Fall; M. Lemast er; A. Garavanta. THIRD ROW: R Bre lsfor d ; M Bruland; K Kaiser ; F Garcia; G Nur nberg; J Mortel ; F D isharoo n ; M Crosby. SECOND ROW : J Gegenheimer; J Marti; F Dean ; P Elek; B Spei r ; M Garcia; D Anderson F OURTH ROW : Cohen; M r Ed Chorus This yea r for the first time Balboa High School's music department is under the d ire cti o n o f Mr. Edward Kaiser. He con du cts the Concert Choir, chorus, band and the orc he s tra The chorus i s a group of 120 stu dent s w h o l ike t o sing together. The c hor us classes meet every day during regul arly assigned class p eriods. Their repertoire includes a wide variety o f music selectio ns. The Concert Choir is composed o f sixty selec ted singers. They mus t p ass a fes t g ive n by Mr. Kaise r and are selec ted on-the basis of their abilities i n rhy thm dic tion p hra s ing tonal qu ali t ies, and voca l r ange. The Concer t Choi r performs a t th e Spri ng Con c e rt the Christmas Conce rt and the Music F estival, w hich is a Zone-w ide prog ram including the bands, orchestras, and choruses from o t her schoo l s on the isthmus. Vivien Kosan r uns through a vocal warmup b e fore the Christm as Concert. ,;; ''; .' ";;\ '0; '. " ,... ..... .. ',;,-, .J.! ." '''' ,;' ... ' : \l' ,.... ,'. < '.' ." .? : : : ,,' .. ,', .' : \ \ ? '/ .. ,;". : .j'" \ \ \ \ \ ; \ 'tI' : / ,\.-'.\' , ; 'J ,,' \' ,\./ .,'. , .. ,', ,'/' III

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112 FRONT ROW ; A Go ldfein; A. Talbott; C. Sech; J. Ubarra; C. Smith; C. Bromley; C. Homan ; P. Jones; V. Tayl o r ; M. Edb e rg; M. Osborne; V. Oli ver. S ECOND ROW : W Boughner; J. Crane; G. Brady; T Darden; L. L o ng; C. Carlollo; J Thomson; R. Prevost; S. Nusbaum; M. MarKun; B. Lavender; J. Morales ; P Hannigan; S. BOlzenmayer ; A Meggers; K Winn ; M. Bolton; B. Detamore; S Slover; P Prince; J Reynolds. THIRD ROW: S. Me Guines s; ':Ar. E Kaiser; N Borrero Orchestra The orchestra is made up of students who p lay vari o u s s t ringed, percussion and wood-wi nd instruments. They provide th e symphonic music heard a t presentations th roughout the sc hool year. The s i x t y s t u d e nt s i n the band usually play novelty music at the three m u sic programs. Severa l exceptionally talented boys organized the "Dixeland Band ," w hich is a small group th a t p l ays at informal gatherings and s p orts events. Orchestra t>lays a l the Chris l mas Concert.

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FRO N T ROW: K. Winn; E Payne; J H i r sch i ; G. Vaucher; B. Kennedy; H Winter; l. Baglien; D. Gold fe i n ; l. Denton; B. N a r o n SECOND ROW; G. H arrison; R. Donley; R. Mallahan; G. Hernandez; M. Colclasure; J. Snyder; S. Laird; J. Wil son; M. Braswe ll; B. Roelse; H Wilson; S. H illiard; E House; H T ay l or; H Manning; J Wal t on; P. Summerset; D. Botzenmayer; M. Saunders; D Win n ; R Prevost. T HIRD ROW; T P a r ke r ; R Wo r sham; M. M cCauley; W. Murdoch; R. Watson; B. Bough ner; K Brown; J Lefebure; l. Kaufman n FOURTH ROW; E H arris; D Soballe; D Brittia n ; C. Kelsey; l. Johnson ; J Murphy; P MacDonall; M. Anderson. F IFTH ROW: S. Palmer; D. Adams; B Foster ; B. Lawyer ; Mr. E Kaiser; C. Homan; J Vosbu r gh Band Dixi e land B and: H aro l d T ay l or; F ra n k Wilder; R ussell Watson; E d House; Bill Foster; Mario Calleja; and Rich a r d Prevost. 1 1 3

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114 Girls Drill T earn FRON T ROW : B. Hopk i ns, Co capta i n ; L Dugas; E Beechner; S. Wallace; l. J ohnson SECOND ROW: J. l ov e lady, Cap t ain; D W ilde r ; P Chase ; M Vogel; F Gallardo; B Dudley W ith a preCISlo n movement, t h e Gi rl s Dr i ll T eam of B a lboa High Sch ool moves o n to the f ie l d. This o r g anizati o n f ormed i n 1963 under t h e sponsor s h i p of Mrs. Young, has promoted much spirit and en th u sias m The g i rls gav e half time p erformances at man y o f the foo t ball a n d ba s ketbal l games. Thei r precision can b e attributed t o t h e fac t t hat many l ong hour s after s c h ool were spent pr a cticing the y e ven gave up some of th eir Saturday morni ngs!

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Afternoons are spent practicing the different routines The Drill Team entertained us during half t ime at many games. 115

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, B I I FIRST ROW: B SECOND ROW : l Prince, captain-W J k' o ,. en inS' ouglass; B Daubin' MD' oran. a E Deveau Our boys a f work The Sp iriT of BHS

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;; I ---=-----=-...... ----------. -J H unt; C. Anderson ; cO' captain; S. lessiack, captain; P (handler J Wilson; M Gui b ert; M Bremer ; N Tinkler Cheerleaders Cheerle aders lead fans during 11 kickoff. The boys in white? Why they are our new boy cheerleaders! The boys and the girl s, plus our new mascot, Mike, h ave done much to make thi s year the most school spirited yet We got into the swing of things during our mo t orcades, bonfires and pep rallies. Truly the cheerleaders really help e d make athletics the best ever. 117

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118 Reserve Officer' s Training Corps Battalion S taff LEFT TO RIGHT! J White; F Disharoon; B Tarr ; B. Hall; B. Fall; R. Everson ; J. Foster ; V. Tay lor ; Battalion Commander; V. McCoy, Sponsor; B Daubin ; l. Douglas; P Meyer; J Hall. I J Lastinger ; B Kilpatrick; C. Joyner, Co. Commander ; J Sumner, Sponsor; A. EsTerline ; C. Colburn. B Company

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A Company J Worsham; R Anderson; R Burda, Co. Commander; L. lane, Sponsor; B. Daniel; F Soulh The miSSion of the Balboa H ig h School Jun ior Reserve Officer's Training Corps is to lay the founda lions of intelligent citizenship and provide military training that will be of value to the cadets if they should enter the Army. Cadets receive three years of training, beginning with their sophomore year. During these years leadership and discipline as well as o ther valuable basic military courses are taught. Supervising the program is the professor of Military Science, who is responsible for training the cadets. He is assisted by three sergeants, w ho act as advisors to the cadet companies. The army sup plies the cadets with qualified instructors, weapons, uniforms books and other equipment. Competition is great, not only among the compan ies and cadets, but with other ROTC schools as well. The blue s t ar tha t each cadet wears is the Honor Star, designating Balboa High School an Honor Unit. Among the sub jects taught are customs of the service, military cour tesy, tactics, map reading, military history, and marks manship. The Usher Guard represents the ROTC at most school functions, while the Rifle Team competes with other ROTC rifle teams. Our Drill Team performs at all the reviews, and at most of the football games. Drill Team Company D H indm an Sponsor; l. Fulcher Co Commande r ; F Ansel. 119

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120 C Company ). H. Marks ; T H a l e ; D Warren, Co Commander; M Wiese, Sponsor; D. Aleman; J Grow. Band Company C Van Voo r his, Sponso r ; R Watson, ( p Commander; D. Zer r Sponsor. Reserve Officer's Lesl ie Fulcher inspec t s Bruce H unt

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J Wellington; M. Wiese; J Sumn e r ; l. lane; V McCoV ; D Hindman. Training Corps Mike Moras demonstrate s front-leaning r est position. '., .' -C. McConney ; P MacCarragher ; J Garavanta, Co Commander; J Wellington, Sponsor ; L. F o nta in; R H oenke Sponsors D Company 121

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122 A s always, work awaits the Zonian staff. With Jodi Dunn s approval, Virginia F l umach and J udy House scale photographs for the Organizations and Activities Section. Zonian Pat Basham Bitt Boiler, and Kathleen Chandler check yea rbo o k rece ip ts. Bob Dryja and Alan E sterline check the schedule for l akin g pictures.

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Dan Thornburg and L arry Prince make up preliminary dummy pages for Ihe Athletics Section. [1 '0., Sue L essiack and Sandy Oczkowicz crop photos for Ihe Faculty and Administrat io n Se c t ion. Kaine Gaylord shows her artwork for Ihe Advertising Sectio n to Margie Milas Lucy Benitez, and Gisela Martinez for approval. ...._, Dott ie Sanders, Angela Ganser, Helen Manning, an d Carol Bryson s elect a photograph for Ihe Class Sect io n Betty Clark Janis George, and Ann W inquist, hel p Idelle Johnson with copy for Ihe Features Section. -123

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124 l' FIRST ROW; l. Johnson; L. lane, editor ; P Earl ; S. Bowman ; A. Andrews; V. lawren ce; D Garcia; Mr. Brown SECOND ROW: R Win stead; A Jacobson; C. Mable; T Sizemore; K P e trie ; S. Hesler; J Wilson ; B No la n ; F South. Parrakeet Our school newspaper The Parrakeet is the spirit o f BHS in the written word and printed page. The staff members learn how t o write correctly, how to plan a column, write a feature a rticl e cover a story comple tely, and other tricks that a "news hound" shoul d know. Each member o f the staff has a specific job to do and must meet a certa i n dea d line. Working on the paper not on l y gives the students a c hance t o see journalism at wor k first hand, but a l so gives the pupil s a ta s te of responsibility. Mr. Fredrick S. B row n the sponsor of the newspaper, also teache s Eng l ish. This year's edito r i s L ibby lane who is aided b y the as s i st ant editors, Janet Wright, Jane Wilson, and Ricord Winstead. Mr. Brown expl ains a page layou t

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Editor libby L ane goes over final copy wilh staff members Janel Wright and Nancy Chadwick The P a rr akeet Bulletin Board gives the students notice of coming events, gives dates of dub. meetings, and offen provides a good laugh wit h its jokes and amusing pictures Bel ow, seniors B r u ce Parker .and Sandy Oczkowicz point out the late s t quips. -.

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126 \ Pre s ident Sue l essiack answers it question during an S .A. meeting. Cheryl J u d y, Duke Sue, and Mr. Gately d i s cuss S A business be f ore H omeroom Student Vice-President Duke Wils on works o n the S .A. budgel I

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Association Hi! I'd like to welcome you to ou r annual Orientation Day!" And what an Orientation Day! The auditorium was packed wit h new students -more people attended this year than ever before. And this was only the beginning of the best ye ar the S.A. has had yet. We packed 1 ,000 students into the, upper gym at the GetAcquainted Dance. Four bands played, so we had continuous music and no time for re s t A few days later each class had an S.A. assembly. This spurred so many people into buying S.A. tickets that we had 78 per cent of the student body buy them. Shortly after the assemblies, we all piled on th e train to go t o the Jamboree. Who will forget that r ide? Riding hard on the heels of the Jamboree, we had the Inaugural Ball. It was a huge success w ith a stubborn Bulldog pinata that only Mr. Knick cou ld break. Soon after thi s, the Bookstore began receiving sweatshirts, bumper stickers, window stickers, porn poms, bookcovers, pennants, and other articles, all in red and white. With the help of the Bookstore, our Red and White days were widely observed, and our school spi rit rose. At press time, the S.A. was planning a Trisc hool debate and a Bischoo l talent show. We also had the Awards Day assembly and Rally Day to look forward to Secretary Judy House checks attendance while Secretary Cheryl Peterson lakes noles during an S .A. Meeting. Mr Gately, Sponsor, can often be seen around the S .A. Office. The Masses

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1 2 8 -Freddieanne Gallardo, John Rathegaber, G rae c Wh itney. Absent: Ron Crump. Debbie Wilder, Jim B r ady Queen Jerri Hunl King Andy Brown ... Christmas Formal Court Bobbie Berge r Bill H unter

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Sue Parker ; Malena Bremer ; Jane Wellington Queen ; libby lane; Charlotte Rhod es. Spring Formal \ 129

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130 FRONT ROW ; Jim Dilfer: Dick Brzi zenski ; Randy Jones: Mike Fitch: JohfT Spinelli, lil' Abner. SECOND ROW, Nellie Wood: Merri Bandy: Jane WiI son : linda Park: Rhonda Kristoff, Daisy Mae. Sadie Hawkins Court

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srANDING: Debbie Wilder ; Aleida Castro ; J ua n i ta Milas ; lucy B e n itez; Wanda Marks. SEArED : Margie Ollar ; Margarita M ilas, Queen; Yolanda lee. Carnival Court Football Court Gail Bohanno n ; Diane H indman, Queen; CynThia Van Voo rhis. 131

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Although he was kept quite busy by th e continual round of affairs h e s till found time to spend with hi s wife and family and to attend all our school ac t ivities. Among his hobbies are: g olf, bowling, swimming. hunting, camping, fishing, reading, and watching tele vision Mr Willman made himself known from the very beginning as a man who was small in stature and mighty in he a rt. Two e x e c ut i v e s Mr. Willm a n and Sue leuiack, exchange noles Mr. Willman Mr. Clyde A. Willman, our new principal, has been i n Canal Zone for only two years. The first year, he was a counsellor at the Diablo H eights Junior High School and this past year was the new and principal of Balboa High School. Before coming to the Canal Zone, Mr. Willman was the principal of a high school approximately the same size as ou r own BHS. Mr. Willman received his Bachelor of Arts degree from the Val paraiso Un iversity, and his Master of Science from I ndiana University. H e has also d one graduate work at th e North Dakota State Uni ve rsity. He was the sponsor of ALL of our school activities. He at tended the school's activities and you always saw him there, surrounded by a crowd of interested students. Our New Pri nci pal Who, me?

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Mr. Willman speaks at the first NHS initiation of 1964 I n Action Around BHS Mr. Wil lman cheers (?) at a basketball game Our principal was always with the crowd 135

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136 Our Assistant Principal Mr. knick ponders over a ba s ketball game Mr. John C. Knick, our assistant principal, came to us from Virginia. While there he taught science and was also principal of several schools. Before he became the assistant pri ncipal of Balboa High School he taught General Science and Biology here. Mr. Knick attend ed the U niversity of Virginia where he received his Bachelor of Arts degree and his Master of Education I n his spare time Mr. Knick enjoys hunting, skin d iving and studying natural history. Mr. Knick expresses disapprova l t o a studen t

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Office Personne l Paperwork paperwork, and more paperwork haunted the office secretaries from September 10th when school opened in the fall u ntil early June when it was closed for the summer months. And even then, there was s till work to be done. Mr. Sanchez, Mrs. lane, Mr. H urley, main office personnel. M r Deforte, gym office secretary. T he secretaries were resp o n sible for keeping accurate records of schoo l activities and for seei ng that these records were available when they were needed. T he doors at BHS were opened from'sun t o sun, but the secreta r ies work was never done. \ -Mrs. lawrence, Mr. Knick s secretary. 137

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1 Dav i d B Baglien Donn a M Stuebe George T Walters Marie C. Weir Guidance Counsellors Where dp I want to go to college, what do I want to be? These are the d ifficult questions that our coun sellors have tried to help us answer, throughout the past year. Then there are the easier questions but still important such as "O h no! how do I find room 401? All year long our counsellors were busy answering question s and giving advice. We can truly be thankful for their understanding and experience in helping us with our problems. Without them, some of us never would have made it. MR. DAVID B BAGLlEN, the freshman and sophomore boys' couQsellor, has formerly taught twentyfive different courses in Alkabo North Dakota, West Point, Montana and Shotean, Montana, and at Rocks Springs, Wyoming as a high school counsellor. He has attended North Dakota State Unive rsity, where he received both his B.S. degree, and his M.S. degree. He also attended the Universities of Wyoming and Montana. His majors THE COUNSelLORS' CORNER were Social Studies and Guidance, and his mino r s were Eng lish and Mathematics. Read i ng is one of Mr. Baglien's many interests along wit h his committee work with the lutheran Church, the American legi on, and the Teacher's Union MISS DONNA M. STEUBE, freshman and sophomore girls' counsellor, was born i n Danville, illinois, and she attended the University of I llinois. She a l so attended the I ndiana State College and from it received her B .S. degree and her M.A. degree. While in college she majored in Physical Education and Spanish. Her s tudie s as a graduate student included Guidance. In her spare time Miss Steube likes to do a lot of reading. MR. GEORGE T. WALTERS, jun ior and senior boys' counsellor, was born in Raytown Mississippi. H e at tended the Creighton University where he received.his B.S. degree, and the U niversity of Denver where he received his M.A. degree. As an undergraduate he majore d in Commerce and minored in Philosophy; as a graduate he had an Education minor. H e is especially inte reste d in photography, and is the sponsor of the Externa l Tests. M ISS MARIE C. WEIR, the junior and seni o r girls' counsellor, is an onl y child. She has attended many col leges the world over, some of which are: the Univer sity o f Florida from which she received her B.S. Colum bia University where she received her M A. degree, the University of San Marcos, lima, Peru, the Universidad Nacional Mexico, Sophia University, T okyo, Japan Her studies in college included Biology, English Phychol ogy and Guidance. Her hobbies are reading traveling and music.

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Grace J. Rider -librarian M ISS RIDER is from Davenport I owa. She ha s at tended Augustana College in Ill inois, the Unive rsity of Iowa where she received her B A. and the U niversity of Minnesota where she received her loS. As a student in college she studied Eng l i s h and History. Before com ing to Balboa H igh Schoo l Miss R ider was a librarian at the Junior H igh School. She is the sponsor of the L ibra r y Club and enjoys swimming, boating, and read ing as past imes. MRS. CHOLLER w as born in a town called Gunsight, Texas, but refers to Canyon, Texas as her hometown. She attended Sui R oss State College and re c eived her B A f rom West Texas State College Whi l e in The Library college, Mrs. Choller majored in English and minored in French. She taught in the public school system in Canyon Texas. After a long hard day at work, our assistant lib rari a n re laxes by readi n g Balb oa High School was th e first sc h ool i n the Canal Zone to have its own library This year, our lib rary had approximately 10,000 books. This number included a large variety of fiction books, scie n ce books, plays, and an extensive collection o f paperba c ked books. The laller were donated by the student s of Balboa High School themselves. Be sides books ou r l ibrary also kept a suppl y of 96 different magazines. These magazine s were stored i n a separate room acros s the hall from the library, but were a vailabl e to students upon request. Helping ou r librarians, Miss Rider and Mrs Chol ler during the past year, were 20 l ibrary ass ista nts from grades 9 through 12 They worked hard, and were a benefit to all who used the libra ry. Over the years, thes e people will remain in our th oughts for the service they have rendered us. Doris A Choller Assislanl l ibrarian 139

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140 Mrs Ski e ca refully g ives shots to BHS students The Clinic Woul d yo u be weari ng those glasses today if our clinic hadn' t discovered your need for them? And what about the physical e xam s ou r boys needed in order t o play football? The clinic was alwa ys there when it was needed -It was a refuge when w e felt sic k an d the doctor and nurse were always read y t o he lp Mr. Coporropa does th e paper work Mrs. Bruland fakes the students' blood pressures II II

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BHS Behind the Scene Our school afler hours We can be proud that our H igh School was always so dean, but the credit for this must rightfully go to those fellows behind the scenes. Every day this year our custodians worked hard to keep BHS l ooking fresh and clean. We, t he students of B HS, say thanks to these people, Achurra, C; Alvaro, R.; Atherly, H .; Bani sta, l.; Bethancou rt P.; Brown A.; Cabal F .; Ceville l.; E arle, W. ; Fernardo, S.; Forde E.; Gala s tica M.; Garibaldo P.; Gomez, S.; H awkins, S.; H unt, R.; Lopez, G ; Murray, J .; Perez, E.; P inagos F ; Pineda, T.; Ramo s, J.; Rodr iguez, M.; Sherwood, N.; Stephens, A. ; Waller B .; Welch A. You have helped make B alboa High School a school to be proud of, and you have d one your iob well. Guardian of ,he boys' gym baskets ,/ r- \ \ \

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142 Calme r A Balalden-takes t ime out t o explain drawing te chniques t o t w o of his students This year 91 teac h ers made up the enti r e facul t y staff of Balb oa H igh School. T hese teachers came t o BHS from many different parts of the country and had va r ied backgrounds to offer. E ach one played a vital par t in the life o f every student at BHS. T hey taught and we learned, and w e shall know the meaning of it all in the m an y years to come. MR. ANDERSON Industrial AfTs Mr. Anderson's hometOwn is Lindsburg, Kansas H e received a B .S. and M S from Kansas Sta le Teacher's College where he majored in Industrial Arts, and also studied S c ience and Social S t udies He has taught in Kansas
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ceived her A .B. from Howard College in Bir minghilm ilnd her M.R.E. degree from the Womans Missionary Union Training School. She is interested in church work, boating and writing, ilnd is the sponsor of the Future Teilchers of AmeriCil MR. BONOURANT Algebril I Mr. Bondurant, well known as the ilssislant S .A. sponsor, was born in Reedsville, North Cilrolina, ilnd attended Duke University H e studied Mathematics and Economics for h i s A .B. degree, and Education and Poli tical Science for his M E d He is interested in all sports and rNding. SGT. BRIDGES;--ROTC Prior to teaching at BHS, Sgt Bridges lilught Military Science at Ouachita Baptist College in Arkadelphia, Arkansas. His home town is Tuscaloosa Alabama, and fishing is his main hobby. M ISS BRIGHAM-English II ilnd IIIAA Miss Brigham was born on New Year's Eve in Bailie Creek Michigan She attended Bailie Creek College where she received her B.A., and Columbiil University where she received her M.A She also studied ilt Stanford University. She is interested in Mexico, and is Publicity Agent for BHS. MR. BROWNE nglish I and !AA, Journillism Mr. Brown's hometown is Canutillo, Texas He has taught school at several schools in Texas, as well as the Canal Zone College. He allended the University of Washington where he earned his B .A in Jcurnalism. He also a!tended the University of New Mexico where he received his M.A., and Colorado State College. Mr. Brown is the sponsor of the Parrakeet and an of ficia l tim er at football and basketball gilmes He enjoys reilding writing, swimming and traveling Ronald E. Cappon-keeps an eye on his students while sitting in the back of the room. John A Banasick George J. Bettie Wesley E Bonduram Mary S. Brigham Stewart J Brown David J. Beldus Ruby M. Bissett Sg t Milton J Bridges Frederick S Brown Clinlon C. Carney, Jr. 143

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144 George W Case H arold L Chappell MR. BROWN Phys ica l Edu ca T ion Coach Brown is The only co a c h i n The hisTory of The Schools Division who has had championship Teams in all major sport s and Tournaments. H e was born in Piltsburgh, Pennsylvania, and a T tended The Universit y o f P ills burgh H e m a jor e d in Physical E duca t io n and minored i n HiSTory and Biological Scien ces, and received bot h his B .S. and M E d degrees. He is interested in golf, weight lift ing poker, and J\,horoughbreed improvemenl. H e sponsors track and field, basketball and the in tr amural program. MR. CAPPON U S. HiSTory Mr. Cappon is The sponsor of The UniTed Nations Club. He was born in H as t i n gs, Michigan, and altended Adrian College wher e he received his B .A. in Social Studies, and Eas tern Michi gan Universi T y where he earned his M A While in college he majored in Social Studies and minored in EngliS h and Speech. MR. CARNEYSpanish IV and I S Mr. Carney taught in The Berlitz S c hool of Languages in th e Rep ublic of Panama, and at Dia b l o Junior H igh School. H e a ll e nded the University of Southern California where he earned his A.B. an d M A degrees, and also S T u d ied a T t he Uni vers i t y of Colorado. H e majored i n Spanish, with minors in French and laTin H e i s in t eresTed in languages as a hobby, and is the sponsor of The P an American Club. H e was born in La Jolla, Californ i a MR. CASE-Algebra I Driver raining Mr. Case a ttended e i g", t d i fferent colleges, rece iving his B A from N or t hern Idaho College o f Educ at ion and his M E d from The UniversiTy of Oregon. H e majored in Ph ysica l Educa tion and School Adminis tr aTion, wiTh minors in Science, M a th and Social Studies. He w as Prin cipal o f a sc hool in Coquille, Oregon, for four years, and taught i n sever a l O regon schools before coming to th e Canal Zone. Mr Case is the sponsor of the Freshman class a t BHS, and enjoys fishi n g and water s k i ing as hobbie s. On a Federal scholarshi p, h e once allended Randolph M acon College-an all girls s c h ool! MR. CHAPPELLU S H isto r y World Geography Mr C happell has taught a t B H S for two years. Before that he Taught al lumon Junior Senior H igh School i n Guam, and was Principal o f Yuma High School in Colorado. H e is f rom Dodgeville, Wis c onsin, and aTTended Wisconsin StaTe College where he received hi s B S degree. H e earned h i s M A from Color ado S tate College. Wh ile i n college he m a jored in H istory and Educational Admin istr a Tion and m inored in Soc i..,l Studies and Ph ysical Edu ca t ion H i s pri ncipal h o b b y i s play ing golf. Mary C. Coll ins D ick W. Collve r Donald J Connor James N Cook ligia E De Armas John R Dekl e Ralph E Farnsworth-Rick B altozer learns from Mr. Farnsworth how to correctly use a ma c hine i n Shop

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V i via n S. D e L a Ma l e r M arcela Cabal de Diaz Frank P Ga le l y Jr. Franc e s K Graha m Wil l iam C. H a n shaw J ulia M. Hardin MRS. COLLINS-Physica l Education Mrs. Colt ins is from Marks, Mississippi, and a ll ended Del t a S tate College where she received her 8SE degree. S h e majored in H ealth and Physical Educa T ion and Recreation and minored in English Mrs. Colt ins is The cheerleaders' sponsor, as well as the sponsor of the te n nis team and the girls "8" teague inTramurals Outside of sl1e enjoys cooking reading and sewing. MR. COLL VER-General Science Mr. Collver was born in Billings, Mon t ana. H e received his B .S. f rom E as tern Montana College a n d his M.S. from Colo rado S l a t e Coltege. H e also studied a t the University o f Mon lana a n d the Unive rsit y of India n a While in college his majo r subjeCTS were Science, Social Studies and English MR. CONNOR Physical Education Health Coach Connor g radu a Ted from 8H S i n 1951 and was Vice President o f l1is Senior class. His hometown is Pasco, Wash ington, and he is a g raduate o f Was h i ngton S t a l e U n iversity w here he received bot h his B.S. and M .S. degrees. C oach Connor enjoys swimming as a hobby. H e is Intramur al Coo rdinator, sponsor of the Varsi t y swimming l earn, a n d Assistant Coach of the SDAC football Team. Jane F Ettis Waller M. O F ischer Lawrence E Fraley Raymond 8 G reene-looks s t e r n l y a t his Speech a n d D ra m a cla n MR. COOK Biology Physiology Mr. Cook is The Teacher of B H S's newesT cour se, P hysiology. His hometown is 8aileysvilte Wes t Virginia and he all ended Con. cord Coltege, the University of Vir ginia, and Marshalt Uni ve r sity. H e majored in Biology and Social Studies, and r eceiv e d his A B and M .A. degrees from Marshall University H e is the Science Text book Coordinator, and is interesTed in golf, l1unting and f ish ing MRS. DE ARMM Spanish II and 11 Mrs De /> .nas was born in Colon R P but became a U .S. citizen in 1 9!'J. She is a graduaTe of Michigan State Universi t y wher e she s tudied Languages, Music Spanish and Education, and received both her B.A. and M A degrees. She is interested in social work in the community, cooking school cultural progr ams music and playing the piano. The T riple C is fortunate to have her as its sponsor. She has traveled extensively and lived for two years in Chile while her hu sband was in charge of the U S Consulate in Antofagasta MR. DEKL E Engli s h IVC and IV G Mr. Dekle's h o meTown is Tampa, Florida, and he a llended Ihe Tampa UniversiTY and F lorida S t a t e University w here h e re o ceived his B A and M A. degrees in Eng l ish and Social Studies. H e also had a minor in Art. He spons"'r s Ihe Senior debaT ing team, and enjoys hunting, fishing, golf and reading. 145

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t 146 Bobby L Harp Shirley R. H aselden lester D Hummel James P Hunl lester Hutchinson Edward L. Kaiser Edward W. Hatchett Nora E Hobbie MRS. DE LA MATER-Elem. and Ad\!. Shorthand Mrs. De La Maler's hometown is Austin, Texas. She received her B.A. from Southwestern University in Texas where she studied Business Administration and Economics, and her M.Ed. from the University of Texas, majoring in Business Education. Mrs. De La Maler is the sponsor of the Secretarial Clvb. She is interested in music and has a beautiful singing voice. MISS OrAlSpanish Miss Diaz was born in Panama and allended the University of Panama. She received her M.A. from the University of Chicago and her Doctora en Filosofia y Letras from the University of Madrid. She is interested in modern fiction and archeology, and is spon sor of th e Pan American Club. MISS ELLISArt Miss Ellis' hometown is King Ferry, New York. She received her B .A. and M S degrees from Syracuse University, and also attended Pratt Instilute, San Diego Stale U.CL.P.., and the University of Arizona. She has taught in various schools in the United States as well as in Venezuela, Okinawa, and the Philippine Islands. She is interested in painting, reading, swimming and dancing, and is sponsor of the Art Club and Showcase Committee. last year she took a trip around the world while on a year's leave of absence. L yle V. Jenkins-Neil Doherty watches as Mr. Jenkins carries H a lloween candy up the stairs --( MR. FARNSWORTH Metal Shop Mr Farnsworth received his B.S. and M.S. degrees from Indiana State College where he studied Vocational Education, Industrial Arts, and Mathematics. Before coming 10 BHS he taught in several high schools in the United Siaies. He is interested in sports and wood and metal work. MR. F ISCHER-Chemistry Mr. Fischer is from Milwaukee, Wisconsin While in college he majored in Chemistry, Malh, and German. He received his .5 from the University of Chicago and his M.A. from Columbia Uni versity, and has also done graduate work at the University of Chicago and the University of Wisconsin. He celebrates his birthday on the Fourth of July! For about twelve years he held the National A.G U record in pole vaulting, and his own dance orchestra for two years. He is interested in music, philately, bowling, swimming and track, and teaches violin after school. He is the sponsor of the Philatelic: Club.

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4 ..... Maudene Keen Herb W Knapp leona J Knight Roy C. Knoop MR. FRALEY-Gen. and PSSC Physics, Gen. Malh II B H S is the firsl school in which Mr Fraley has laughT. His hometown is Boulder Colorado. and he received h i s B A and his MinIer o f Binic Science from t he Universi t y of Colorado He also attended Florida Slale University and Colby College in Maine While in college he majored in Geology and minored i n Phy sics. Chemistry Millh and Zoolog y Mr. Fra.ley is a collec t or in his spare l im e i nsects, s lamp s and minerals. M R GATElY -Ame r ican Inslitulions Mr. Gately i s fro m Basion, Massachusetts, and "ttended BasIon Siale C ollege, B asIon University, and the University of Miami. H e received his B S .Ed. from BasIon Slale and his M.A. from 80S Ion University. His interesl$ include philately, current event scrap books, swimming, and all spectator sports. Mr. Gately sponsors the Student Anociation. H e has traveled widely and has visited 21 countries and 40 of the United States. His first vis i t to the Canal Zone was in 194 5 whil e on a ship headed for the Philippin e Islands MRS. GRAHAM -Mathematics Mrs Graham is from Brook lyn, New York She attended H un ter College where she received her A.B ., and Columbia Unive r si t y where she received her M.A. majoring in Ph ysics and Math. She Taught in Ne w Jersey and at the Cairo School for A merica n C h ildren in Egypt before comi n g 10 T h e Cana l Zon e Mrs Graham is The Sophomore dass advisor. MR. GREENEDrama, Speed .. Remedial English Mr. Greene's hOmelown is Chrislmas Cove, Maine He attended Arizona S tale UniversiTy where he re ceived his B A . and M A d e g r ees, wilh maj o rs in English H istory, Drama and Journalism. H e d ire c t s all B H S plays and sponsors Ihe drama organiZations. His special interests include reading, music arc hery, hiking and base ball. MR. HANS H AW -Chemistry Mr. Hanshaw is from 51. Johns, Arizona. He received his B S degree from Nebr a ska Slate Teachers College and his M Ed f rom The University of South Dakota He majored in Chemistry, B iology German and Social Scien c e H e is the a ss istan t sponsor of The Showcase Commifle e and is in t erested in h unting, fishing and traveling. Mary L Knapp smiles as she d i scusses the Vic t orian Age wilh her 12Th grade students. Sara Kohan Alice W. Latime r Daniel J. lehan, Jr. Sgl. Anthony Leonardi 147

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148 Arthur J. T Maroney Edward A McFarland Walte r M. Mikulich Katherine B Mu r phy Patricia A. lehman-dictates volleyball skills to her six th period gym class. Joe A Norton Vivian Lee Norton Beatriz F. Perez Elton H. Otwell MISS HARDINPhysical Education Miss Hard i n was born in Georgia, and attended the Georgia State College for Women where she received her B S degree in Biology and Physical Education. She received her M.S. degree from Florida State University. She taught in Georgia before com ing to the Canal Zone, and sponsors the GAA MR. HARPEngl i sh II Mr. Harp o r igina lly came frorr, Jonesboro, Arkansas. H e at tended Arkansas State College where he rece ived both his B A and M .S.E. degrees. Before coming to BHS he taught ni Arkansas and M i ssouri, in Morocco (North Africa ), in Wiesbaden, Germany, and a! Misawa Air Force Base in Japan. DUring his free hours he read. and enjoys swimming and photography. H e is Assistant Pub licity Chairman. MRS. HASELDENFrench Mrs Haselden comes to us from Orlando, F lorida. She reo ceived her AB. from Wesleyan College and her M.A from the Universi t y of Florida, majoring in French and English. M r s. Haselden is sponsor of the French Club, and during her spare time she enioys traveling, photography and reading. MR. HATCHETT-Ameri can Imtitutions Mr. Hatchett is the teacher most likely to be nominated "Mr. School Spirit. He was born and raised in Balboa, and fol lowed in his father' s footsteps to become a teacher at BHS. He received his BBA degree from New Mexico University and hi s M.A from Arizona Stale University. Mr. Hatchett sponsors the Junior Varsity basketball which is his pride and frustration, and h i s ma i n interests are school and sports. MRS. HOBBIEEnglish II Mrs Hobbie's hometown is Red Level. Alabama. She attended Troy State Co l lege, but received both her B .S. and M.A from the University of Alabama. Mrs Hobbie taught in th ree different Alabama H igh Schools before coming to the Canal Zone. She is the sponsor of the Sophomore debate team, and in her spare time she enioys cooking, sewing and gardening. MR. HUMMEl Trigonometry, Algebra II Mr. H ummel, well known as the Senior class sponsor, comes

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to us from Pittsb u rgh Pennsylvania H e received h i s B .A. and M A degrees from Duquesne Universi t y, and also studied a t the College of Steubenville and at Stanford. Before coming to B H S he t a ught a variety of subjects at many different schools, including French and C ryptographic Science at the U nivers i ty of Heidelb,!rg in Germany. At BHS he leaches, among other Math courses, the new Ma t h course enl i t led Principles of Mathematics. His hobbies are, of cour s e logic and mathematics and ca r s MR. H UNT Algebra I Mr. H unt comes from Bemidji, Minnesola, and attended Bemidj i Stale College wher e he received h i s B.A. majoring in Social Sl u dies, Malh, lind GuidllOce. H e r eceived his M.Ed from North Dakota University. Before coming t o B H S Mr. H unt t a ught in several schools in California and a t Cris tobal H igh Schoo l H e rela:JI:es on the golf cour s e after sponsoring a B H S specia l train M R HUTCH INSON -Algebra II, Geometr y M r H utchinson who is from Burley, Idaho. attended the Unive r sity of Idaho where he received a B .S. in E d u ca t ion He also attended Arizona Slate University where he received his M E d degree. While in co l lege he majored in Mat h and minored in General Science and since slarling his teaching career has always taught one or the other of these courses. H e sponsors a u d i ovisual act ivities 0111 B HS. M R JENKINS Biology Mr. Jenkins can honestly say t hat he visi te d Europe on a shoest r ing, fo r he traveled about wi t h a pac k sack visiting marine biology laboratOries, living in typical E u ropean y o u t h hostels. H e attended Portland S t ate College Oregon S tale University, O regon Ins t itute of Ma r ine Biology. and Reed College I ns titute of Experimen tal Psychology to follow up his varied interests. H e received his B .S. f rom Port land State a n d his M.S. f rom Oregon State. and taught at both Oregon State and Oregon Ins t i t ute of Marine Biology before coming to BHS. His activi t ies a t BHS include Coo rdinator of Science Supplies and ticke t sales sponsor. and his outside interesl$ are hunting, fishing and natural h istory MR. KAISERBand, Orchestra, Chorus Mr. Kaiser, a native o f Phoneton, Ohi o. a ttended the U niversi t y of Dayt on in Ohio where he received his B.S. degr ee. and the University of Arizona where h e received his M.Ed. H e majored i n M usic Edu cation, and before comi n g t o the Canal Zone he taught in Ohio and Arizona sch oo ls. Mr. Kai s er sponso t s t he F olk Singers. the Conce rt C hoir, and t he Marc h ing Band. I n h i s spare l ime he enjoys chess and swimming. M I S S KEEN-E nglish III, World H istory Miss Keen was born in Mavisdale, Virgi n ia, and received her B.S. degree from Radford College in Vir ginia. She earned her M E d at the Univers i t y of F lo r ida, and also allended the Jnj vers i ty of Virginia. I n her spare time Miss Kee n enjoys swim ming, photography and t raveling, and spon sors the debates of the Junior dan. Before coming t o the Canal Zone Miss Keen taught in Maryland high schoo l s and a l so a t the K aiserslautern American High Schoo l in Germany. ) Ve r a M. Perry Fletcher M Pool Herbert Raybourn Rex l. R obins(ln George A. Rousseau Wes ton J Seaquist Karl W. Shirley Gordon B Small H azel P Matt hews-shows a 10th grade Engli s h student how English should be done. / J 149

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150 Michael E Smith David C. Swehla Charles M. Tatman Charles R Teeter Patricia F. Van Evera Charles Ii. Wall Dan Welsh Donald R. wilcoll L arry B Milam-as he begins to prove a theorem for his Geometry st ude nts. MR. KNAPPEnglish IVC Mr. Knapp rece i ved his B S in and his M.A. in English from the Uni ver s ity of Missouri. He taught at Central High School and Pembroke Country Day School, both in Kansas City, before coming to BHS. His principal hobby is painting pictures MRS. KNAPPEnglish III and IVC Mrs. Knapp comes from Kansas City, Missouri. She majored in Journal i sm at the University of Missouri where she received her B J degree, and majored in English and Seconda r y Educa tion for her graduate work at the University of Missouri where she earned her M A degree. Mrs Knapp sponsors the Point of View Club. She slales as her hobbies her two daughters and her husband, who, by the way, is also a BHS twel fth grade Eng lish teacher MRS. KNIGHT Physical Education, H ealth Mrs. Knight was born in Needville, Tellas, and attended the Sam Houston State College and the University of Tennessee, receiving her B.S. degree from the former and her M.S. degree from the latter. Mrs. Knight sponsors BHS intra murals, and in her leisure time she enjoys bowling, cooking and traveling MR. KNOOP World History Mr. Knoop was born in Evergreen, Colorado He allended Ohio Wesleyan where he received his B.A. and Columbia U ni versity where he earned his M.A. degree. Mr. Knoop's hobbies are music, philosophy and h i king. He sponsors S .A. ticket sales MRS. KOHAN-General Math. Mrs. Kohan was born in T eaneck, New Jersey, and attended Yeshira University, Rutgers University, and Buenos Aires University i n Argentina She received the degree of Profesora de Mathematica and Fisica from the University of Buenos Aires. In addition t o teaching at BHS she teaches Analytic Geometry at the Canal Zone College Her hobbies are reading, br idge, and playing the piano and guitar She is Assistant Sponsor of Mu Alpha Theta MRS. LATIMERH ome Economics I and II Mrs. latimer's hometown is Upper Montclai r New Jersey She attended Simmons Co lle ge, where she received her B.S. degree, Teacher's College, where she earned her M A degree, and also the University of Connecticut. Mrs. l at i mer sponsors the Future Home makers of America, and in her spare time she enjoys traveling, sewing and photography.

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Giffo r d V. Wilde H en r y J Williams, Jr. D o r i s H Willingham Ge o rg e M Willingha m E dna O. Wilso n SGT. LEHAN-ROTC Sgt. Lehan was born in Minneapolis, M i nnesota. He now teaches M i litary Science at B H S (more commonly known as ROTC). He en joys playing golf in his lei s ure time. MISS LEHMANPhysical Education Miss Lehman is from St Joseph, Missouri and she attended Northwest Missouri State College where she received he r B S and M S degrees. Miss Lehman sponsors the College intra mura l s cheerleaders and the Aquadettes. Beachcombing is her favorite hobby. SGT LEONARDI -ROTC Sgt leonardi claims I llinois as his home state. H e teaches Military Science (or ROTC) at BHS, and sponsors the ROTC Rifle team Sgt. leonardi was in Korea from 1950 to 1951. MR. MARONEYEnglish I Mr. Maroney was born in New Jersey and attended Seton H all Universi t y where he studied English, Social Studies, Guidance and Edu cation and earned both his B .A. and M.A. degrees. H e also studied at New York University. H e is interested in boating and photography, and has traveled through Europe in a Volkswagen. and once spent a twoyear period in Morocco Mr. Maroney sponsors the debating at 8HS MISS MATTHEWS-English I I and IIAA Miss Matthews. Assi s tant Sponsor of the Natio n a l Honor Society, is interested in people. reading an d traveli n g. She at tended A labama College where she received he r A.B. degree. and Geo rge Peabody Co l lege f o r Teac h e r s wher e she earned h e r M.S. She majored in E n glish and mino red i n Social S tu dies a n d E ducation. She was born in H ollywood-but not in Californ i a, in Alabama! MR. McFARLANDRemedial Reading Mr. Mcfarland hails from Staten I sland, New York. He attended Wagner College on Staten Island where he r eceived his B S in Elementary Education, and the University of flo r ida where he earned his M .Ed. He has taught school in New York and Florida and also in Air force Dependent Schools in both France and G ermany His hobbies are hunting, fishing and photography. Maj o r Edwar d s M Qui gley, Jr.-t a ke s no te s as he sits at his des k in t he ROTC S t aff R oom. Helen S. Wilkin E rnest B Wril ht Clementine Young N a r cisa Z ara t e 1 5 1

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152 MR. M IKUtiC H U S Hist ory Mr. M ikulich is mos t well known at BHS as the assistant coach of our Varsity football team and assistant for th e Balboa Re lays. H e was born in Besseme r M ich i gan, and artended Michigan State Unive r sity. H e received his B E from Moorhead State College and his M.A. from th e State University of Iow a. He also studied a t t he Universities of Colorado and Ne vada. His college majors were H istory a nd Physical Educat ion, and his hobbies are f i shing, hunt ing and athletic sports. MR. MILAM-Geometry and General Science Mr. Milam's hometown is Fort Smith, Arkansas. H e attended Oklahoma Baptist U n iversity, Oklahoma University, Oklahoma Cit y University, and Central Stllte College, studying Ma t h and Science He received his B .A. from Oklahoma City University and his M.Ed from Central State College. Mr. M i lam sponsors B H S's Bridg e C l ub, and in his l eisure time he enjoys fishing and boating. MRS. MURPHY-Element ary Typin g Mrs. Murphy sponsor of th e Future Bus iness leaders of Am erica, was born in Leesb u rg Florida She all ended the Florida State C ollege for Women where she rece i ved her B.A., and Florida Sta l e Univers i ty whe re she received her M.S. She also a t tende d Teac hers College at Columb i a University. MRS. NORTON Home Economics Mrs. Norton, our Future H omemakers of America leader, was born in Phoenix, Arizona, and attended Arizona State Universit y earning both her B.A. and M .A. degrees. She also allended O regon State While in college she majored i n Home Economics wi t h a mino r i n Science MR. NORT ON English III Mr. Norton was born in San Jose, Cal ifornia, and attended the San Jose Sla t e College where h e received bot h his A.B. and M A degrees. Among the subjects he studied were Poli t ical Science, Social Studies and English. As the ticket sponsor for all home games he is kept quite b u sy, b u t still ma nages to find ,i me f o r sports, especially golf and tennis, and to spend some time fish ing and skin divin g. MR. OTWEl l -Algebra I Mr. Otwell, the Par rake e t 's Business Advisor was born o n the longest day o f the year in Jasper, Alabama. H e attended Auburn University where he majored i n Science, Math and Educat ion, and received his B.S. and M S in Education His hobby is square dancing. MISS PEREZSpanish III and 111 Miss Perez was born in th e Republic of Panama but she h as t rave led ex tensively. Two summers ago she went on a tour of Europe, and l as t summe r she traveled to Mexico and visited the New York World's Fair She aI/ended Marycres t College in Iowa, wher e she received her B.A., th e State University o f Iowa wher e she received her M.A., and 'he University of Panama where she was awarded t he degree Prof esora do de I ngles." H e r i ntere sts include chu rch activi t ie s the theat er, music concerts a n d a r l Busy as she is, s h e still finds t ime t o sponso r the Showcase and B ull e lin B oard Displays Commillees MRS. PERRYl atin, U S. Hisl ory Mrs. Perry was bor n i n Evansville, I ndiana, where s h e al tended I h e Evansville College a n d received h e r B .A. She a l so a ttended D uke Uni vers i ty, and earned her M.S. degree f r om In diana U nive r sity. Her s t udies included L alin a n d Socia l S lu dies, and she i s Ihe sponsor of the l atin Clu b

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MR. POOL Spanish I and II Mr. Pool as the sponsor of The language laboraTory, atTended a NaTional Defense EducaTion Act Sumrner language InSTiTuT e a T The Universidad National de Tucuman in Tucuman, Argentina, lasT sum mer Since he is inTeresTed in L alin American history cu ltur e and current affairs, this proved quiTe an experience. H e was born in Duma s, Texas, and a!Tended The SOUThern MeThodi s T UniversiTy where h e re ceive d his B.A. and The UniversiTy of Mic higan w here he received his M .A. In college he STudied Eng l ish, linguiSTics and Spanish MAJOR QUIGLEY-ROTC Major Quigley was born in louisvill e, KenTucky, H e IIl1ended The UniversiTies of Kentu cky and Omaha and received his B.A. from The University of Omaha, where h e majored in Journalism MR. RAYBOURNPh ysical EducaTion Coach Raybourn was born and r aised in Panama and graduat. ed from BHS. He a"ended Bradl ey UniversiTY where he received his B.S. and STudied Physical Education and B iology as an under. graduaT e While aT Bradley in 1961 he was named T O the H all of Fame later he attended East Texa s State College as a g raduat e studenT, s tudying Physi cal Educa tion and Administration and received his M.S. He is interested i n athletics and sponsors the b aseball team and assists in football. MR. ROBINSON -General Science Mr. Robinson, sponsor of the Camera Club at BHS, was born in Carbon Hill, Alabama. He a!Tended the Uni versity of Alabama, whe r e he received his B.S. and M .A. degrees. While in college he studied Histor y and Composite Science MR. ROUSSEAUEngli sh II Wh i le in college Mr. Rousseau majored in Engl i sh, wiTh m i nors in Social Studies an d Fren c h He earned his B .S. and M A degrees. H e is Assistant Sponsor of the Safe t y Commillee at BHS, and his spare time hobby is reading. MR. SEAQUIST-Biology M r Seaquist and two fellow Teachers explored 36 Na t iona l Parks and Monuments in western Uni ted States and Canada a few s u mmers ago. His hobbies lire swimming, boating and read ing, and he is the sponsor of 'he Aud io V i sual Organi za t ion in B HS. Born in Sister Bay Wisconsin he attended the Universi t y of wisconsin, where he earned his Ph B degree. late r he r eceive d hi s M .A. degree from New York University, and h e also a!!ended the University of Minnesota, T he UniverSity of Californ ia, and South Dakota State Univer sit y. MR. SHIRLEY-Mathema Tics Mr. Shirley was born in Her e ford T exas. He a!!ended Texas Chri s tian University where he received his B A West Texas StaTe where he earne d his M .Ed., and also attended the University of Oregon and S tanford University His major in Mathemati c s and Edu cation prepared him well for teaching Geometry, Algebra II, Trig onometry and Advanced Mathematics at BHS. He is a chaperon at BHS dances, and his pri n cipa l interests outside o f school a r e swim ming and s kin diving. MR. SMALLTrigonometry, Algebra II Mr. Small i s 'he Math Club and Mu A l pha The ta sponsor
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MR. SMITH World Geography Mr,. Smith claims Eden Prair i e, Minnesota, as his hometown. H e ,'IIIended the Universi t y of Minnesota where he studie d Physi cal E d u cation and Socia l Studies and earned h is Master of Edu ca tion degree. Before comi n g 10 BHS he laught Phys Ed. and Social Sludies in M in nesot a schools. M r Smith is interested in all sports, e s pecially Judo. H e sludied Judo at Ihe Kodokan J udo College in Tokyo a n d earned h is Blac k Belt degree. M R SWEHLA-Physics and Chemistry M r Swehla was born i n Sterling, Illino is, and has done considerable t raveling. He attended th e University of H awaii, an d once t aught S cience a nd Math at the John P aul Jones H igh School in Sang ley P oint in the Ph ilippines. H e received his B S at Carroll College in Wisco nsin a nd his M.S. i n Chemistry from Northern Illinois Univ e rsity. H e had majors i., Chemistry and M a th ema tics and minors in Phys ics and Secondary Educ a t ion Mr. Swehla is s ponsor of the Safety Commillee and has a wide r a-nge o f oUls ide activities. His int eresls include music, sports, especi all' ( t e n nis and swimming flying and tr aveli n g 1 0 missions within t he country M R TATMAN-Eng lish I Mr. T a lman was born i n Milltown, New Jersey. H e a llended T emple University where he re ceived his B .S. in Edu ca t ion, and Rut gers Universi t y where he earned his M E d Mr. Tatm an is the dramatics ass i s t an t MR. TEETERWorld Geography, General Business Mr. Teel er, the Zonian s F inancia l Advisor, was born in Conway, Arkansas. H e a ttended the U niversity of Arkansas where he received h i s B.S. and M .Ed. degrees, majo r ing in Social Studies and Business Adminis t < a t ion. B e fore coming to B H S he taught Civics in Washing t on, D C., and his hobbies include hunting and traveling M RS. VAN EVERAU.S. Hist ory Mrs. Van E vera was born in the Philippine Islands and lived i n China for nine years as a child. She graduated from H aml ine Univer sily in 5 1 Paul Minnesota receivi ng her B .A. degree, and earned her M.A. from the Unive rsit y of Minnesota She has taughT school in H awaii and NorTh Dakota, and is the sponsor of the National H onor Socie ty. Her outside interests include swimming, boaTing, traveling and photography. M R WALL-English I VC Mr. Wall was born in Union town, Pe nnsylvania. H e graduated from Waynesburg College with a B.A. degree, earned h i s M.A. degree from the University of Arkansas, and also a ttended John Carroll Univ e r s ity and West Virgini a University W h ile in college he majo red i n English and minored in I nternational Relations Mr. Wall's m ain inter es t s out side school are trave l l ive theater, a good boo k a nd s leep. MR. WElSH-English I Mr. Welsh, the Senior class Assistant Sponsor, w a s born in E nglewood, Colorado. H e graduated from Adam s State College in Colorado receiving his B.A. degree, and earned his M.Sc at Kansas STate T each ers College. His hobbies i nclude hiking and reading In 1954 Mr. Welsh went on a round t he-world cruise on the USS HORNET MR. WILCOX-Spanish Mr. W i lcox was born in Sioux Falls, South Dakola. H e received his B.A. from Auguslana College and his M.A. from t he University o f South Dakota I n addit ion he also attended Carle t on College, Chico S t a t e College Redlands University, New Me x ico S t a t e C ollege, Purd ue, and the Universidad de P anama. H e taught Spanish a t P urdue Univer sity for one year, and is now i n his six th year at BHS. At one t ime he also taught Typin g and was a basketball coach. H i s int erests include reading, sports and drama, and he is act ive in the Theater Guild pro duc t ions.

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MR. WILDEWorld Geography Mr. Wilde, Assistant Sponsor of the Freshman class, comes from Santa Rosa, California He received his B.A. and M.A. degrees from Chico State College, and also attended the University of California and San Francisco State College His hobbies are tennis and fishing. MR. WILLIAMSAlgebra II, Geometry Mr. Williams is from Perry, Florida, and is a graduate of the Uni versity of Florida where he earned his B.S. B .A., and M.Ed. degrees. His activities before coming to BHS were many and varied, incl uding choral direc t or for seven years, organization and training of a cheer leading squad, organization and training of a new Glee Club, and dancing instructor at rhe Arthur Murray Studio in Wash i ngton, D .C. Mr. Williams has taken advanced graduate work at the University o f Florida and plans to complete his Doct orate. His leisure t ime interests are music, sun, water, traveling, and both folk dancing and square dancing. MRS. WILLINGHAMGeometry, General Math Mrs. Willingham is from Fort Payne, Alabama, and is now the cosponsor of the Junior class She received her B.S. from Auburn University and Certif i cation in Elementary School Teaching from fl orida Southern. I ncluded in her outside interests are fish i ng and golf. MR. WILLINGHAMChemistry M r Willingham was born in L akeland, Florida, and received his B.S. and M.S. degrees from Alabama PolytechnicCll Instit u te H e also s t udied a t florida State University, Knox College, and the Univers ity of Florida. Mr. Willingham shares th e sponsorship of the J unio r class wi t h his wife, and his principal interes t s outside of school are books, boating and golf. MRS. WILSON-Special Education Mrs. Witson was born on the fourth of July and claims J ackson ville Beach, florida, as her hometown. She has a son and a daughter who are both students in BHS. Mf$. Wilson graduated Cum Laude from Florida State University, receiving her B.S. degree. She majored i n P sychology and Guidance, with a minor in Physical E ducation. She is assistant sponsor o f the Senior class, and enjoys all kinds of sports and music. She also referees for girls interscholastic sports. MRS. WITKI N-Englis h III Mrs. Wit kin was born i n Parkersburg, West Virginia. She r eceived he r AB. from West Virginia UniverSity and her M.A from the Uni versity of Minneso ta. Swimming and reading are her hobbies and she is the sponsor of the Chess Club. MR. WRIGHT-English Mr. Wright hails from Oklahoma City, OklahomCl, and is a grad. uate of t he Univers ity of Oklahoma where he r eceived both his B .A. Clnd M.Ed. degrees. He majorea in Engl ish, Modern Languages, a nd Education while i n college, and taught in Oklahoma City a n d at Cristobal High School before coming to BHS Mr. Wright sponsors the debat e act ivi ties MRS. YOUNGP hysical Education, Health Mrs. Young's hometown is Cheyenne, Wyoming. She received her B.S. degree from Saint Catherine College and her M.A from Colum bia University. Mrs. Young was resp o nsible for the organiza t ion of the Girls' Drill Team at BHS, and is now its sponsor MISS ZARATEAdv. T yping, General Business Miss Zarate s hometown is Las Cruces, New Mexico She majored in B usiness, Spanish, and Guidance, and received tler B.S. from the University of New Mexico and her M.A. f rom New Mexico State Uni versity. Miss Zarate is f inancial Secretary of the Student Association, and enjoys dancing bowling, and sewing he r lei sure hours. 155

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158 Life as an Underclassman life as an underclassman many challenges and new experiences. As the day 5 pass, underclassmen become more familiar with the traditions of BHS. The y learn that pains are taken not to step on the plaque, especially after it ha s been shined ... that the five minutes between classes are never long enough t o get from one class to another ... that "UP" stai r s are not t o be descended. But th e spirit of underclassmen is hard t o beat. 'They are t he first to purchase new items from the book store, they show great enthusiasm at BHS sports activitie s, and they are among the first to volunteer to clean the p laq ue. Many of the most successful school act ivities are planned by underclassmen. This year the Juniors planned the Christmas Formal which was held at the Tivoli Hotel; Daisy Mae caught lil' Abner at the Sadie Hawkins Dance sponsored by the Sophomores; and the Freshmen organized the Freshman Dance. Despite the tea sing from seniors, the underclassmen are a vital part of Balboa High School. Every morning underclassmen gather at the doors of BHS to start another day. This is a time to talk to friends and finish homework. As the day goes on the underclassmen study the quadratic formula, his torie s of foreign countries, Shakespeare's plays, and the anatomy of frogs along with their other subiects. Between classes they have another chance to see friends a s they attempt t o get to the next class with out being late. When the lun c h bell ring s, underclassmen sca tt e r in many directions. Most of them race to the Balboa Clubhouse in a mad search for food and a table. Others are satisfied with a packed lunch which they eat a t s!=hool, and still others go to their homes for lunch After lun ch the underclassmen return to school and begin classes allover again. For those who were slow during the day, detention hall begins at 2,55. But lor the rest, the school day is over and extra-curricular activities can begin. The underclassmen work hard, but at the same t ime ... T he day begins as underclassmen arrive by bus and gather to talk with friends

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Barry Douglass Jerry Brennan, John O'Conner, and John Dem ing look fo rward to another day of school. Under classmen wait anx iously for the bell to ring and the day to begi n. .. -Freddieann Gallard o enters her first period cla ss. 159

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L Celes H oma n dissects a frog in biology class. S T udy H all an underclassman' s dream. Underclassmen fill The halls of BHS. 160

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The l unch hour rush from behind scenes. Underclassmen gaThe r at the clubhouse to eat a nourishing l unch. Underclassmen start the walk back to schoo l after eating aT the clubhouse. 161

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162 leaving her friends, Ellen Ermish enters the school library to study. Backstage with Clifford B ell, the lights and sound man for all BHS plays. Making i t all fjt-a daily chore for underclassme n

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Life is not all study and work-underclassmen attend the hootenanny. "Jamboree or bust!" cried the underclassmen. .. l ife is not all work and study for the underclass men. They participate in many clubs and extracurricu lar ac!ivities sponsored by the school. W h j I e the seniors are the officers and leaders of organizations, the underclassmen are the followers who provide the manpower and support. The ROTC, for example, is headed by seniors; but the juniors and sophomores fill the ranks and f 0 I low the leadership of the seniors. E ven though most of the football heroes may be seniors, the underclassmen that stay on the bench are also imp ortant. The y will be the players that repl ace the seniors in years to come. The days pass quickly an d the underclassman progresses from a frightened freshman to an unsure sophomore, to a con f ide n t junior, and f inally to ami g h t y, mighty senior. The homework, hard exams, and long reports combine with the dances, football games, and Jamborees to become a pa r t of the life of an underclassman. A life that is hectic, but at the same time unforgettable. 163

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-..; .. : . ... .,. '" , , , , , , ..... !! Mr. Case, class spons o r offers adv i ce to freshman president, John Moses. FRESHMEN FIRST! Since this was the last freshman dass at Balboa High School, the dass of '68 set out to make that true. They started by leading the other three classes in S. A. ticket sales. lusty cheers from freshmen were heard at all the games and pep rallies Under the leadership of J o hn Mose s president; Vickie Churchville, vice-president; and Janet Jones secretary ; many activities were held during the year. A class bulletin board was used to post announcements and to keep the "under-unders" informed of coming acti v ities. For the second year a Secretary ZiZi Jones tak e s notes on freshman Clctivi ties. ViCkie Chur c h v ille adds finishing touc hes t o the Freshman Bulletin Board rreshman basketbal l t eam was orga nized. T he boy s played agains t th e S H .S. J unior V ars i ty Team a nd a team fro m D i a blo Junio r H i g h School. Und e r the guidanc e of Mr. Geor g e C ase and M r G i ffor d W ilde the class o f '68 h eld a ve r y s u ccessfu l Fre shman Dance The last activi t y of t he y e ar w as A wards Day On that day, ou t sta ndi ng fresh me n were honored for their contr i b utio n to the school. A s the i r f i r s t year in B H S drew t o a n end, the fre s hm e n thought of the first frighten i n g d ays in high sc h9ol. No w they can l o ok f o r ward t o a n even better year a s sophom ores 165

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Three freshmen check the locafion of different rooms in th e s chool. 166 1. Brig gs; C. Bro m l ey ; A. Bro ok s; C. B r o w n ; E Brown ; K Brown ; R Brown ; J Brys on ; J B us h ; R Byrd ; J Cain V. Cal l a han ; T. Camacho ; C. Campbell ; D Campbell; C Campo; E Campos; C Camacho ; B Carey ; J C a rney ; C. Carlollo; T Case.

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w. Albritton; R. Alezander; F. Alfaro; B Anderson ; P Anderson; P Ar nelle; C Ayala; B Bacot; W. Bailey; D. Balie nger. A. Bank s; V. Barnes; N. Bas sa n ; C. Baukalis; R Beato ; B Beech; L Bernard ; Z. Bierman ; M. Bilbrey; G Bilp uch. S. Bissell; J. Borell; C. Boswell; D. Botzenmayer; C. Bowman ; G Brady; P Braun ; R Brelsford; B. Brennan ; B Bridges M Cuhman; W. Cauibry; A. Castro ; M Chavez; M Chavez ; M. Cho; D Clark; J Clark ; l. Clark; l. Clark; B Clarke ; P Cohen ; M Colclasure ; D Conard ; P Coogan. R. Cookson; S Coone; l. Cortes; G. Cow l ; K Craig; A. Creque; D Cui hane; C Dougherty; E. De Alba; D Dean ; S Dees; C. D e hner ; V De lima ; S. De rrick M. Dunn ; T Duncan; M Dubroff ; S. Droste; J Dolan ; G Disney ; J Disharoon; D D i Fronzo ; D Deveau ; l. Eddleman ; J Elich; K Elich ; P Ellis; R Ely. 167

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168 S. Engel ke; J Emer so n ; E Ermish ; A. Esparza; J Esterl ine; S. Etchemendy; P F a d e; B Fall; P Fallon ; R. Farnsworth ; M Fawz y; P F ischbach; D Fisher; R Flores ; S Flowers. G. Folger ; W F olger; G Foreman ; B. Forre st; W. Foscue; 0 Gal ya; G Gamez ; J. Garza ; R Ga s tin ; K Gerhart ; P Getzler; A. Gibbs; l. Glass ; S Gleis e r ; D Gor i n B Grace ; T Greig ; C Hagar; B Hak y; R. Hallowa y; J H arbaugh; C Harrington; E Harris ; M Harri s; C. Harr ison; M Hart ; V. H arvey; A. Hawthorne; J Hedden; M H elm. T lane; R lang; F L aychak; Y. lee; S. leMaster; R l esse r ; M leszcz; A lim; M lillie. R lloyd; J lord; J lugo; C lundquist; W lyons; G Mabry; R McArthur ; B McArthur ; D McCauley l. McGee; F McGrath ; S McGuinness ; J Mcilvain; K Mcintire; N McKenzie; B Mclane; K M clelland; E M c M u nigle

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R H enry; T H ermanny; E. H ida lgo; S. H i ll; A. H irsch; C. Hagar; C. H oldman; N. Holland; D. Holmes; R. Hughes; L. Hughes; D. H urt; M. J aramillo; W. Jenkens; K. Johnstone. W. Johnston; J Jones; l. Julian; K. Justice; M. Kaplan; L. Kaufmann; W. Keller; C. Kelley; C. Kelsey; C. Kennedy; D. lane; S lane; K. Kinner; M. K n ight; S Kotalik. J ulie B r iggs, T r i sh Fade, and P at Cohen show their school spirit.

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Miss STuebe and freshmen girls discuss career opporTuniTies in guidance class. 170 K. Muse; S Naar; A. Naudien; B. NeTtles; R. Nolan ; R. Novey; K Nusbaun; K. O'Connell; B. O'Connor; C O'Connor; M. Odya; C. Olson; l. Ortiz; S. Palmar; J Parmly J Payne; R Payne; I. Pereir a; G. P e T rie; R. Petrosky; P Pr ince; A. P roback; D RaThgaber; P Reilly; P ReilIV; W R e n nerT; D. R i ch; T Riley; G. Ringwald; J Risberg.

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J McNeese; Y. Maduro; J Maguire; B. Malinowski; D. Malmstrom; D Marchuck ; J M a rano; M Markum ; D Marlow ; K Marohl D. Marshal ; J Marj i e ; R. Martinell i; R Martinez; H Tabert ; l. Mason; R Mathewso n ; D Mathiesen; D M ille r ; E M i ller K. M illis; R Mitchell ; H Mittag; C. M illen; R M i zrachi ; K. Noeller; D Morr i s ; E Mu lroy; E Murdock; J Murphy M Rodr igue z ; T Rodriguez ; M Rog ers; O. Rosado ; S. Roth ; C. Roth Roffe y; S. Rowe ; J Russell ; J Samu elson; J Rye; M Sanchez; S Sasso ; J Scigl iane; G Sea r s; A. Secula M Secula ; C. Seeck; G. Seeman; R Segarra; l. Sellehs; P. Shaver; P Shirley; l. Skeeham; T Slice; B Smi th ; H Smith ; S Smith ; T Smi th ; J Snyder Jr.; D Saballe l. Sollami ; J. Soper ; C. Southwal1; W Sparli ng; B. Speir; C. Spenser; F Stabl e r ; J Stanley; V. Steller; l. Stevens; M Stewart; H Stitson; J Strochia ; K Stratford ; D Stuewe 1 7 1

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FRESHMEN FIRST!! J A Thompso n ; J E Thompson ; F T oman ; P Tori an ; C. Trauf i eld J Treeble; D T urner; J Uribe; P J Vardeman G. Vasnick ; R Velasco ; M Velez ; S Villarr eal; M Voe l pel J. Vogel, J Vosbu rgh; J Vosburgh ; R Vosburgh ; R Wainio F. Walker; T Wallace ; C. Watson ; D Webber ; W We i r i ch 172

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M. Zeimelz; J Zerr; V. Churchville; R Crumley; G Draughan; D Grey. J Hunt ; T Oszkowicz; R Pan cake; S. Parker ; E Rourk ; D. Woodruff. A. Wallace; M. Walkins; S. Wellman ; V. WerlZ; G. Werntz. Z Will ; J Williar; M. Willoughby; W. Wilmo tp ; C. Wilson. L Wilson ; D. Winn; L Winslead; R Young ; J Yvarr a UNPICTURED FRESHMEN E Aanstoos; C. Adai r ; W Allen; l. Aimstead; P. Amburgey; K. Anderson; G. Andrichuk ; C. Arnold ; D Ask in s; B. Atk inso n ; D Atwell; L Aust i n; S Barnes ; T. Barl lell; C. Bell; K Bertsch ; S. Brid ; D Brittain; C. Buckler; J Cairarn; M. Campbell; l. Cargle; V. Carrigo; M C. Carroll ; M. H Ca rr oll; C. Carter; M. Chadwick; R Chappell; J Coberly; C. C ook; C. Coombs; C. Conyne; G. Corlel loni; M. Cortner; P Covington; 'w. Cra.wford; M Dalton; K. Dan iel; T Darden; M. Day ; F Dea l ; S. D eBa rr ; V. DePiper; D Diaz; M Dillon; C. Dishong ; D Donaldson ; R Donaldson; D. Dorff; B. Douglas; W D uke; E. Eder ; C. Ernst ; D Faulkner; J Fehrenbach; l. Figueroa ; C. F ilo; D F itch; B Fortune; W. Foster ; K Friedel ; T Fulcher; D G a r cia; G Garcia; D Garner; T George; D. Goldfien; D Gomez; F Greene; l. Guarnieri; J Hadstate; P Han ley; M. Hanson ; J Harr ell; H H a r ris; P Hatf iel d ; S Haynes; S H ea d ; J Hick s; J Hick s; C. J Holgerson; B. Holmes; C. Homan; K. Humphrey; D. Hya ll ; I. Isaacs; J Jensen; J Kenning ton; E Kot; S. Laird ; J Larson; M. LaRue; D. leen; J lefebvre; E Lewis ; l. Long ; C. lopez; A Lovell; E Lugo; N Mackenzie; J McClung ; D McConney ; M. McCune; M McDonald; J. Mclaughlin; l. Mclaine; T Mankin ; C. Martin; W Martinez; J Medcalf; K. Melanson; A. Mills; M Mills ; l. Morales; F Modi; P : Morris ; J Moses; l. Morrow; A. Muller; D Mulligan; J Napie r ; A Navarro; B. Niebch; II Niedenthal ; T Nita; J Orr; D. Oshields; K Patient; l. Pallon; E Pickell ; R Ponce; S. P ras te ; M. Rame y; T Reyes ; T Reyna ; C. Rodriguez: D. Rose; C. Rhea ; R Sang; E Sellens ; J Sikes; R Sikes; C. Speevak; S. Smiley; O. Toda ; R Turner ; G Varela; l. Vargas; J R. Wellington; B Wesley; D White head; C. Wigg; R. Worsham; M. White; M White; E Young; C. Youngblood. 173

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Jim Dilfe r Sophomore President, and Lois Meyer organize the year's commitlees. Roy Wilson checks The Sophomore Suggestion Box-something new for the Sophomore Class September 10, 1964, and the Sophomores ar rived at B.H.S.w i lling, eager and more t han a l ittl e scared. N o longer F res h men, they were now UPPE R lower class men. T heir class off i cers were elected: Jim Dilfer, preside nt; Roy Wilso n vicepres ident ; L ois Meyer, secretary Aided by the s p 0 n s 0 r s, Mrs. Graham and Mr. Fraley, t hey made plans for a terri f i c Sophomore year. The Sophomores star ted off with a bang. At the first debate of the yea r t heir two debaters, Bonny lavendar and Sue Nusbaum, defeated the J uniors and won the title of undefeated debate champions. At the nex t debate, Daisy Craddock and J uanita Milas defended their title, and their victory made the other classes begin to think that the class of '67 was invincible! Victory, victory, was their cry! And that cry was heard a l l around t he school. The H alloween show case under the directio n o f Carrie lee Orr the Christmas showcase, fo r which Elena Chodakowski and her committee were responsib l e, and the other showcases a l l came out of the c ompetitions wit h fly i ng co l ors. T he Sophomores shone again! There was a l so time for play. T he Sophomore carolling t rip was l oads of fun (and awfully noisy). the class picnic in February w as a huge s uccess, and the Sadie H awkins Dan c e couldn t have been bett er. Everyone agreed that if Abner, John Spinel li, had t o get caught, Dais y Mae Rhonda Kristoff, was a nice way to go! Now i t is all behind them-the work, the excite ment, the laughter. It has been a busy year, and not without its problems. But one thing is surethey will never be able to forget their Sophomore year at Balboa H ighl 175

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John Spinel li, Kathy Warren, and Kathy Robbins read the latest notices on the Sophomore Bulletin Board. 176 C. Balch; M. Bandy; B. Banks; C. Bartecchi; J Bates; A. Bauer; D. Bell; D. Benham ; C. Berlin; B Bernard; R. Bierbaum; M. Bitlis; M Bolton ; P. Borden; R Borrero. s. Botzenmayer; J Bowen ; D Boyd; R. Boyer ; K. Brady; M. Brelsford; G. Brennan; M. Bremer; R Bright; C. Bris tol ; l. Brooks; R. Brooks; S. Brooks; B. Brown; M Brown

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. C. Adams; C. Alfaro; C. Alfaro; R Allen ; E. Almodovar D. Anderson; M Andrews; R. Appin; M. Arenz; l. Armijo. C. Arno l d ; D Artley; E Ayala; S. B ailey; A. Ba9gol O. Brzezinski; K. Bur ch; A. Byrd; M. Byrne; F. Cain; S. (alafato; E. Cam pany;. M Canham; D Canni ng; J Carlson; B. Carpenter; l. Cassady; A. Castillo; W. Cawl; J C Chase; E C h odakowski; D Clark; N. Clarke; R. C leveland; E. Clouse; M Cobb; M. Cofe r ; S. Coffey; J. Cole; P. Collins; J. Cook; C Cornn; M. Corrigan; M. Corwin. P Covington; M Chung; J. Deemer ; P Dehlinger ; l. De L a Guardia; C. Dellon; W Dem ing; L. Denlon; F. Deveau; J Dilfer ; C. Dixon ; R. Dollar; P Donnell,; C. Eckenslam; W. Eddleman. 177

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A perfect way to end the day-the debates-victory g rovnd for sophomores. 178 R. Hammeller ; M. Hanks ; J H anley; P Hannigan;. W. H ansen; H H arris; H H a rr is; A. H avn tz ; M. H awk; P H ayes; J Head. G. Head; l. Helm ; I. H ertz; J H ey; G Hibn er; E Hick ey; J H icks; P Higgins; D H off; J H olc r o ft ; B H olmes.

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M Edberg; G. Elefler i n ; M. Elisberg ; B Epperson; N Figueroa; l. F i nlason; W F isher; M F itc h ; O F inn; P FlorCruz F Fox; l. Frauenheim; l. Fredrick ; K. FriHs ; O furlong; N. Fussell ; A A. Gara .... anta; G Garner ; F Gemmell; P Gilman L. G latzer ; M Gojmerac; T Gojmerac; A. Goldfien; J Gon zalez; O Craddock; S. Green; R. Griffin; S. H all ; W. H a ll. B Homa; C. Homan; M Humma; S Humphrey; l. Husled; N Hu sted; 1. Isaacs ; E Jackson; B J arvis; J Jenner ; M. JiJle ; l. Johnson; F Jones; G. Jones; P Jones. R Jon es; R Jordan; F. Joyner; J. Keesling; W Kennedy ; B. Kerr ; K. Keys; A Kinner ; P Kloske; V. Kosan ; J K r a l ich; P Krise; R Kristoff ; Y laven der; O learned. C. le Blanc ; V. Lee; J lewis; G. Llana ; G lomas; M lo .... elace; l. l o .... e lad y; K L ucas; E lugo; B [uke; J Lynn; O Ma ; M Maj o r ; J Malene; R Mallahan 179

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1 8 0 S. Mann ; D Manning; S. Markun; B Marlow; P. Marsh; D. Marshall; l. Marshall ; 1. McCarragher; M. McCauley; D McConaughey. J. McFadden; D. McGrath; J McGrath; G McGroarty; V. M ci ntire; R. McQueary; M. Mengel; l. Meyer; J Mil as; l. M i llor. V. Miller; D Mills; S. Mills; P. Mock; F Monterroso; C. Moore; J Morales; J. Mulligen, Jr.; E. Murdock; R. Murphy. J. Richardson ; K Robbins; A Rodriguez; R. Rodriguez; V. Rodriguez; l. Roe ; B Rogers; B. Rose; E R?se ; K. Rose ; D. Rowe; P. Rowe; E Ryan; J. Saarinen; A. Sant iago. l. Scar burgh; D Schmidt; T Schoch; V. Schoch; A. Schoner t ; M. Scof ield; K Sec"; O. S e arcy ; C. Self; A. Sellers ; 8. Sener; J Shannon; M. Sharp; J Sh ulti e ; K Skeehan. C. Slager ; M Slqver; C. Smith ; P Sm i th; R Smith; W. Smith; W. Snapp; J Sooy; S. South; R. Speaks ; P S pencer; R Stanley; J Stephen; l. Ste phens; K. S tephenson

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Another day is over .. l. Nadeau; B Naron ; G. Neal; M. Nebring; S. Nusbaum; J O'Connor; M Ollar; F. Ostrea; S. Palenchar; l. Park ; S. Parker; T Parker ; B. P armly; J Peranlie; A. Pescod. l. P lace; S. Place ; E P lata; R. Flucker; l. Prefontaine; T Price; T Pustis; P Pyer ; G Quiros; J Ralston; l. Razo; M. Reilly; S. Reinhard t ; T. Reyes; P Richards. 181

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182 E Stetler ; P Stetler ; S Stewart; J Ste iner; C. St John; R Stinson ; T Straight ; K. Stratford ; C. Strallon ; K Str i ngfellow; J Stuart ; J Stuewe ; P Sucrer; B Swafford. H Taylor; C T hompson ; H Thompson; J Thompson; S T hompson ; W Thompson; E Tinkler; D Tho rnburg; 1. Toland ; M Toledo ; M. T rim; B Trotter ; B Valenti n e; N Vecch ione. Y Vega ; C Vielo; M W alke r ; J : Violette ; C. Villam il, Jr.; R Wall ; J Walton ; D. Ward ; M Wargacki ; V Wargacki ; K Warren ; F Webs ter ; H Whitney; J Will J Heskew; S H ulme; D January; C. Klelle ; R Knigh t S lI ana ; B Macchiarella ; M Major ; E Maloney ; P Martinez. K Nelson ; J P elayo ; J Rateau; J Spine lli; M Spi nn ey

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G. Wilson ; J Wilson ; M Wilson ; R Wilson ; G Winn; N Wo o d ; S Wright ; S W inshaw; J Allan ; E Ayala ; W B ell; A Boswell ; M Burke; M Carn .ey; R Cleghorn. J. Crane; D Denny ; B Derrick; J Dolan ; R Dontey; I. Duffus ; M Dudgeon; J Dudle y; T Dunkelberger; M Durbon; C. Frensley; N Garrison; E Gomez; S Halley ; R Hassler. UNPICTURED SOPHOMORES V. Abbo"; D Adams; B A l arilla ; M Allen; C. 'Arnold; W. Arruda; F ATkinson ; E Bank ; P Barre"; J Bauer; L. Bertoli; D B i lbry ; J Braswell; M Brasw ell; K. Brogie; R. Bueno ; T. Bur c h ; O Carlo ; G CascanTe ; J CasTro ; R Chambers; G ChandonneT ; E Charbonneau; J Charbonneau; M Chung; A Clark ; C Collins ; J Conoan; L. Davis ; J Dees ; Y Din; R D i Rosa; L. Dixon; N. Doherty; J Donovan; D Elia; S Eng e lke ; S. Engelman ; R. Evans; J Eytalis ; N Falconi ; J Farish ; J Ferrufino; C. FonTaine; B. Galla; R Gasperi ; M Gonzalez; W Gough; J. Goulding; C. Graham; A. Green; E Guillen; T Gutherie; 'R. Hamilton ; S. H illiard ; G Holcomb; C. Howe; M H unt; N Husted; S Hyre; C Jurgens; B Keefe ; R Kelly; J Kozlow s ki; A Kraphfl ; M Kugel; M laboy; W lai r ; K lane; S. lane; M leidig; J linda; P MacDonell ; R. Mallahan ; M Malone; H. Martinez; V. May ; J Mc Auliffe ; N McAuliffe ; R McCoy ; K McClure ; K. M c Enir y; W M c leod; V McNamee; M Melant ; H Morfi; D Motolo ; R. Mourino; G Myers ; C. Orr; L. Pajak ; E Payne; J Paxt o n ; A. Proback ; L. Quinn ; B Rals J Rateau; R Renn e r ; C. Rhodes; R Robertson ; S. Rocker ; R Roel se; P Rogers; C. Run; J Schafer; C. Shirer ; M. Short ; R Sheuey; C. Smith ; R Smith ; W Smi t h; E Sollami; R Sollami ; W. Sooy; V. Stetler; M. Stupar; P Summersell; R. Sweat; A T a lbon ; J Thompson; R Tranum ; L. Uti; J Van loon; S Van Winkle; N Vasquez; C. Waidt;: ; D Walz ; E Weeks; W White; C. Wilson ; M Winklosky ; H. WinTer ; R. WilmOTh; J WiTkin; S. Wook; C. Wright; R Yost ; R Youngblood. /83

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Jim Nichols, Junior President, checks the class files. J un i ors at l ast The y started the year with. a picnic a t Summit Gardens planned by Jim Nichols, President; Ben tle y Jenk ins, Vice-President; and Jerri H unt, Secretary; with their sponsors Mr. and Mrs. Will ingham. Everyone had fun and looked forward t o a busy and exciting year. Shery l Will iams, Miguel Osborne, Bentley Jenkins, Duke Wilson, Gary Vauche r Ed House, Jim Brady, Tom Sizemore formed the class debate team with the able guidance o f Miss Maudeen Keen. Their hard work made them tough compe t ition for the other classes at several de"ates held during the year. For the first time in many years, the juniors chose a round setting for their class ring. The rings arrived early in December and were proudly worn to the Christmas Formal. Nylon net Chris t mas trees, clorox-bottle Santas, and candy canes adorned the ballroom of the Tivoli Hotel. Queen Jerri Hunt, King Andy Brown, and the members of the cour t l ooked regal in a setting of an old-fashioned living room. During Easter vacation juniors were able to at tend Boys S t a te and Gi rl s State. The purpose of the session is to teach high-school juniors how State gov-Jerri Hunt prepares a stencil of The Junior News letter. Bentley Jenkins writes another newsletter. ernments are run and to give them an opportunity to practice what they learn. During the week they listen to gues t speakers, take part in a mock trial, and par ticipate in the elec t ion of State offic ials. Because the Junior and Senio r (lasses were so large, the annual Junior-Senior Prom had to be divided into individual cla s s a ctivities The juniors held their prom a t Albrook Offic er s Club on May 15 with Mario Fabrega providing the music. As the year drew to an end, the Class of '66 selected their courses for the coming yea r signed up for May College Boards, and studied hard for final exams. The junior 'year was over, and they looked ahead to their final year at BHS. 185

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1 8 b Debbie Fade, a new junior" checks her homeroom. E Boehning; K. Boggs; W Boiler; P Booth; A. Borrero; N Borrero; R Boukalis; S Bowen; J Brady ; W Brassey; M B r aswell; B Brenes; S. B reitk r e; E Beechner; J Brigidier; A. Brown; B. Brown ; M. Bruland; R Buckner; T Burke; J Campion; R. Carroli ; l. Cassibrl' ; R Chaney; P Chesson; l. Churchville; B. Clark; C. C l ark; S Claybourne; M. Cohen;

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H. A a ntoos; M. A izpuni a ; I. Alexander; E Alf a ro ; C. Alpert ; M A lquist; S. Alves ; B Anderson; K Anderson; M Ander son; B A rbaugh; C Armstrong; R Askew; C Atk ins; l. Atkins;. A Att ia; J Augus t ; A Baggot; B Balch ; J Barb ; J B arkema; P Bartlett; N Basham ; O Beato ; 0 Bembenek; E Ben i tez; B Berger ; E B i llel ; A Blumberg; S B l umberg; l. Collist e r ; J Conyne; M. Corco ; A Co urnyer ; B. C rosby; P Crosby; R C rouch ; R C rump; R C r ush ; C. De Camp; J D e L a Pena; D D empsey; A D e Obaldia; G Derre r ; B Detamore; l. D i B l a s i ; C. D illo n ; G Dolan ; M Doran ; M Dubroff; B Dudley ; J Duisber g ; G D u ke; B D uva l l ; P Earl ; P Elia ; R Est r ipeaut; C. Farr ; l. F le tcher ; l. Fortune; J Foster; G Fox ; O Galego; J Gamez; B Garbe r ; K. Gaylor d ; S George; K G iardina; A. Gon zalez ; R Gonz alez ; J Graves; P G reen ; J Greene; C. Guinn ; J Habert hi e r ; 187

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188 Mike Osborne receives his class ring from Gary Vaucher and Eda Beechner. K. Jepson; K Jepson; L. Jones; E. Justice; S. Kaelin ; D. K a l ; K. Kelle y; R. K e l se rf; M: Kennington; M. Kerin; K. Kerry. B. K imsey; G. King; K. Klages ; N Knighl; M. Knox; J. Kotalik; S. Lagneaux; M. l arkins; A. leaver; P Lee; D l e Febvre.

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L. Haff; P Hagar ; J H alliday; L. H amilton; R Harrington; V Harvey; I. Hay; G Hernandez; N H e rrera; J Hester s; L. Hettenbach; S Hibbert; L. H i llard ; D Hogan; C Holden; T Holmberg; B Hopkins; A. Howard; T Howard; R Hoyle; J HOyT ; J Hudgins; B H uer T as; L. H uff; B HunT; J HunT; B H unTer; P Janson; B Jenki n s; C. Jenner; W lenneville; M. L eszcz; J loaiza; T lombardi ; M lugo; D. lync h ; l. Macdonell; F Majo r ; R. Malmstrom; B. Ma rano; M Ma lone; W Marks ; J MarTi; D. Mar T in; G Mart inez; N Maya; D. McGee; K McGee; T M cGraw; J Mclean; P McMunigle ; G McNabb; B. M cNamee; L. Medcalf; 1. Medina; R Me Tzger; D Meyer s; M Meyers; P Michel; M. Osborne; G Mikosz ; B M i ller ; H Miller; H. Mizrachi; C. M o b erly; J Morales ; M Moras ; M. Morfi ; H Morris; D. Morse; J Muller ; W Murdoch; J. Nichol s; J NiTa; 189

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190 K O Connell ; J Odya; K. Oedling; M. O'Kelley; M a"; R .. Page; J Patient; R Patton; E. Payne; T Pescod; J P ickering; P. Pratchelt ; K. Prescott; M. Proudfoot; B. Ouate; Y. Padilla; J Rathegeber; R Raymond; R Rich; M. Reinhardt; C. Rhodes; D Richardson; E R ichardso n ; J R iesch; J. R iley ; l. Rodriguez ; S Roth ; P Rowe; C. Rudesheim; S Runneslrand; J Tahl; M Tarflinger ; F Tesler; M Thompson; N T inkler; G Todd; T. Torres ; l. Turbyfill ; l. Tur pin ; G Vaucher; E. Velez ; M Vogel; H. Wal dron; J Walke r ; J Wall ; C. Wa l lace; S Wallace; D Watkins; B. Weaver; D. Weeks; V Weeks; 5, Weiland; V Weiss; S Wellman; A. Wells; B White; W. White; G. Whi t ney; L. Whitworth; E W ies e ; D W i ld e r ; S. Will iams; M Willis ; D Wilson ; M W inberg; K. Winn; P W i rtz ; B Wiseman; B Woods; T Wyatt; N York ; P Zelnick ; C. Zemer ;

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; Round, red rings-The pride of The Junior Class G. R upperT; B. Salonick; W. Samuelson; N. Sallerwhite; M Saunders; K. Scanlon; K. Schroeder; M. Sener; J. Severson; G. ShowalTer; C. Simmons; T. Sizemore; L. Skaer; L. Slagle; P Sledge; S. SmiTh; S Smith; T Smith; T Smith; S. Soballe; J Speaks; M. Spinelli; S. Spinney; T. Sprague; M. Sprinkle; M. Stallworth; D. Stevenson; O. Stone; L. Sucher; D Susnett; 191

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192 S. Sam son; J Sratain; C. Shimp; E Sledge; C. Smith; S. Stetler; S. Torian ; D Trahan ; J. Velez; P Warner; N. Winner ; l. Worsham. UNPICTURED JUNIORS D Albert son; A Allen; A Alvarado; D Arnold; A Bacot; l. Bllglien; M. Balch ; M Bell; C. Berryhill; C. Biggs; D Bilbrey; B Blackard; G Blake; S Breitkreatz; K Brown ; C. Browne; R. Brogie; M. Borromeo; T Burel; J Cain ; R Calderon; D. Carpenter; R Carroll; J Chombon net; S. Cook; S Coombs; R. Davis; l. De Mena; R Denny ; W Oiaz; F. Dishong ; P Donaldson ; W Doughtery; W. Draughon; D Ekenstan ; G Ekenstan; P Elio ; K Engelke; T Ferrel; M Figueroa; Fildes; J Foster ; B Fuqua; N Fussell; J Gangle; I. Garuz; J Garriga; M Gegenheime r ; A Gonzalez; J Gonzalez; l. Groves; E Hamilton; l. H amilton; J Hanna ; R Harned; C. Harrison ; S Hat ch; J Hearne; R. Hendeyson ; P Hendricbon; P. H ick;; K. Higgins ; A. H inek; D H inek; G Holcroft ; H. Ho lley; E House; M Hummel; T I annucci; R J ankus; B J arvis; 1. Jemmoll; J Jensen; E Jilli; J Johnston; l. J one,; N Kascher; R Keeney ; P. Kelsey ; B. Kerr; S Kohan; K K ist off; O. Lagassie; K l e B,,-!n; M. littig; T Male; A. Malene; G. Ma loney; M. Manning; J Marano; R Marr; M. Mayo; G. McNabb; 0: McNaught; E. Mcneese; S Meebaer; A. Meggers; R. Meyer; M. Mitchell; T Mitche ll; R Montemayor; D Morse; J Mye r s; C. Mu r dock; K. Nelson; G Nurnberg; J. Osborne; A Page; J Parker; T Parker; G. Pescod; G Pinzon; l. Place; F. Ponce; M. Pre fontaine; K. Pres co tt ; l. Ray; J Reynolds; C. R ichards; D. Ricker; H. Rogers; A. Sanchez; R Santa Ana; P Sasnett; A. Schmid; D Schmidt; D Schnepel; D Scoll ; M Searcy; D. Searle ; C. Secula; W. Silen; S. Simmons; S. Skehan; R Smail ; D. Smith; l. Smith; R. Smith; D. Sper; M. Sprinkle; E Stahler; S Stangl; T Stoakley; S. Torian; C. Torres ; H Torres ; J h ainor; R Turner ; T Uribe; l. Van Eps; R Van Winkle; A Vasquez; C. Walker; G. Watson; M. Watson; D. Weeb; F Whilne.y; l. Wickham; E White; P Woods; G. Zambito; R Zornes.

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Debbie Wilder adds sparkles to The Christmas Formal. E Andrews; C. Beardall ; F Beechner ; S B ell; P BickenTaff ; M Bundy; K. Burton ; P Chandler; M C havez; C. ClinTon ; A. Creque; M De Janon; F Dean ; M. Dom inguez; l. Dugas J Eme rson; D Fade ; F Gallardo; F Garcia ; I. Gaudiano; H. Green; E Guilb e rt ; H. Hays; C. Hibner; L ai r ; K l illon; l. Mallory. A. Manning; N Mason ; P McGrath ; S M i tchell ; Z Mo gilevsky; R Naar ; l. Newman; V Oliver; S Poerner; M Redding; G. Richard; H Rich ; M. Rodri g uez; R. Rooney; N Sabo. Nylon net Ch ristma s trees, Clorox boUle San'as ... 193

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SENIORS i t <. V .. l <;O'i(, .... t .. , . \ 10 1141\ .' ,Po. '. t: \ \,.j"' l l 0 -\ '.' P'll\Omtl '. 5-\ Ill<> \ jot" C .. \ ,A. \ .. ... I t .. ,I .',"1 I I t .. ; .. ". 194

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1 9 6 What Makes a Mighty Mighty Senior MMS also stands for Mighty Mighty Smart-four MMSS's -Ned Kennington. linda Naar, Roger Hoenke, and Kalhi Chandler. Jeff Sears, Cathy Cashman, Kim Brabson Connie Hawthorne, and Chip Gwaltney are MMS Plaque Guarders. The Mighty Mighty Seniors were not a l ways Mighty. They too, started as l owly, curious freshmen. H owever, the y proved that they were potentia l Mighty Mighty Seniors by wisely (one of the charac teristics of a Mighty Mighty Senio r ) electing Bob Russell, Bonnie Earp, and Kathy Devine as their President, Vice-President, and Secre tary respectively. Two more years and they woul d become Mighty Mighty Seniors.

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They con tinued t o show their potential as Mighty Mighty Seniors when they returned to BHS as Sopho mores. For the ir class officers they chose George Linfors for Pre sid e nt, Bud d y Cunningham for Vice-President, and Sue Lessiack for Secretary. They were beginning to take part in mOre school activities such as the frolic, the i r Sadie Haw -Mighty Mighty Caw! kins Dan ce, and the S. A. Elec t ions. Th a t year severa l sophomores were candidates for S. A. Vice-President. After much campaigning, Sue L essiack was elected One year to go until they would become Mighty Mighty Senio rs. MM Joke r s such as Norman H all, Sh a ron Ten Broeck, Nancy Chadwick, and Arthur Payn e make su r e our days are never dull. 197

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1 98 As Junior s they began to show their indiv i duality (another characteri s tic of a Mighty Mighty Senior) when they c h o s e a class ring wit h a b l ue stone The officers, elected at the end of their sophomore year, were George linfor s, President; Stew Brown, Vice president; and Vicki McCoy, Secretary That year was ve r y busy, socially, wi th the class picnic a t Summit Gardens, the Christmas F orma l the J r -Sr Banquet, and the Jr.-Sr. Prom. However, they were not too busy to keep their grades up, and 22 of them were initiated into the National Honor Society in the s pring. Sue l essiack was elec ted President of the S. A. after a l ong, hard campaign. After that more campaigns and Danny Aleman, Paul Meyer, and Vicki McCoy were elected as the Migh t y Mighty Senior Class Of ficers President Vice-Presiden t and Secretary, re spectively. Now they were ready to be Mighty Migh t y Seniors. -MMS's Paul Meyer, Ann Winquist, Vaughan Tayl or, and lorraine Johnson are bound 10 go MM far in life. MMS's Slew Brown, V icki McCoy Gai l Bohannon, and Danny Aleman a re MM Cheerful even before schoo l starts P e T e Y oung and ldell e J o hnson are TwO of the MMS Dan ce r s who appeared on Dan c e Parly on M M S D ay

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At last! They were top men on the totem pole! They were Mighty Mighty Seniors and their Mighty Mighty Officers Danny Aleman, President; Paul Meyer, Vice -Presid ent; and Vicki McCoy, SecretarYi were rea lly on the ball. That year the Mighty Migh t y Seniors institute d some brand new activitiesi The Senio r Reception, Senior Meetings, the Senior Mas-MMS's Jane Wilson, Bob Prince, and Sue l essiack are MM Spi r itua l (MM Full of School Spirit!) querade Party, and the Senior Bike Hike. All these new activities combined with the regu lar Senior class act ivities such as the Spring Formal, and the class picnic, made it possible for the Mighty Mighty Seniors of the C lass of '65 to have the best Senior Year ever! A year that will be remembered a l ways by the Mighty Mighty Seniors! MMS's Randy Ever son, Dolores Barnes, Terry Barber, and libby lan e are typical MM Well-Dressed Se n iors. MM Courteou s are Cheryl Peterson Belly Bra n nan, Danny Hele' and Brian Keeney. 199

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Honor Graduates To be an Honor Graduate, a student must have attained a 3.0 or better quality pOint average at the end of the first semester of the senior year of high school. At the time of graduation those seniors qualifying are distinguished by white tassels which are worn on their caps. Eloy Alfaro Anna Andrews Linda Askew Aracelis Aviles Janice Berg Sharon Bowman Elizabeth Brannan John T. S. Brown Carol Bryson Jerry Buckler Ralph Burda Cynthia Carlton Nancy Chadwick Kathleen Chandler Paula Chodakowski Mary Cooper William Daubin Margarita Davis Catherine Dimmick larry Douglass Joan Dunn Randall Everson Virginia F l umach Lewis Fontaine Steve Fulton Della Garcia Sandra Genther Zaida Gonzalez Norman H a l l Connie Hawthorne Carra Herrera Diane Hindman Jeffery Hirschi Roger Hoenke Judith House Idette Johnson Lorraine Johnson Charles Joyner Greg Kennington Russell La Fuente E lizabeth L ane Daniel Learned Susan L essiack George linfors Helen Manning Harold Marks Charles McConney Vicki McCoy Paul Meyer Margarita Mil as Mary Miller linda Naar Sherron Nettles Sandra Oczkowicz Denise O'Donnell Emmie O'Kelley Bruce Parker Arthur Payne Pennie Pelkey Richard Prevost Larry Prince Cristina Quiros Kimbal Robbins Jennie Reynolds l ancey Saunders Dale Searle Martha Simpson Donna Southwell Robert Tarr Vaughan Taylor Sharon TenBroeck Danny Thornburg Jacquelyn Thompson William Tilley David Warren leroy Watson Russell Watson Randall Werntz Frank Wilder Heidi Wilson Ricard Winstead Marilyn Whitworth Mary Wiese Ann Winquist Gerald Worsham Diane Zerr 201

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202 DANNY A L EMA N Presiden t MR. H UMMEL Senior Class Officers and Sponsors PAUL MEYER V i ce-President M R WELS H VICK I McCOY Secretary MRS. W ILSON

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MARCH A DAIR D OREEN A D AMS D A NIEL ALEMAN '>".' / .. ', ,,, -B ooks and classes dampen firstday enthusiasm of Frank Ansel and Shar on Whee l e r \_-t M I C H AEL ALBERT ELOY ALFARO P A TSY ALBRITTON LEONAR D AlLEN SA R A ALEJA NDRO ; I I LEIDA A LMODOVAR 203

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I --' EARL ANDERSON Cora H errera, E loy Alfaro, Dick Prevost, and Teresa McGann post senior notices on the bulletin board ERIC ANDERSON JOSE ANGVIZOlA ANNA ANDREWS FRANK ANSEL TRACY ANSEL J ORG E FERNANDEZ LINDA ASKEW AlCIDES AVilES 204

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ARACELIS AVILES PAULINA AVILES RICHARD BACOT ROBERT BAGGOTT ..I RUSSELL BAKER CONSTANCE BALMAS JOHN BARBER DOLORES BARNES Danny Hele J udy H ouse, Kathy Grey, and An d y Jacobson earn extra credit poin t s for Mr. H atchell. 205

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PATRICIA BASHAM M I R IAM BATEMAN VIRGINIA BEATY JANICE BERG JOSE BIBBO GEORGE B L ACK GAIL BOHANNON NANCY BONGIORNI HOWARD BOSWELL JEAN BOUCHE WILLIAM BOUGHNER S HARON BOWMAN 2 06

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SHARYON BOYD KEVIN BRADLEY MARY JEAN BRADY DORA BRANDENBURG MERRIAN BRITTAIN JOHN BROWN JOSEPH BROWN, JR. RALPH BROWN I SUZANNA BROWN CAROL BRYSON DENNIS BRYSON JERRY BUCKLER 207

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RALPH BURDA FREDERICK BURTON JR. J ANDREA BYRD MARIO CALLEJA We started off the year with a new function-the Sen ior Receptio n PEDRO CAMP AGNANI LIND A CAMPBELL 2 08

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, .. \ \ MICHELE CANAVAGGIO AliCECANN CYNTHIA CARLTON LEE CARNEAL / '\ GEORGE CASE MARY CASHMAN RICARDO CAZORLA LINDA CECIL NANCY CHADWICK REBECCA CHAMBERS JUDITH CHAMBONNET RUTH CHANCE 209

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2 1 0 I REBECCA CHANCEY . .' . :: .. . .. ... .'. ". --'--PAULA CHODAKOWSKI DIA N A COBB \ KATHLEEN CHANDLER S USAN C HARBONNEAU PHYLLIS CHASE ALEIKA CLARE STEVE CLARK E JACK C LINTON M I CHAEL COFER CHARLES COLBURN JOHN COOPER

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MARY COOPER \ Paul Meyer and Jackie Lovelady team up to yell for the B u lldogs on the Jamboree frain RONALD COOPER ANN CRITCH MICHAEL CROSBY JAMES CRUMLEY LINDA CULHANE 211

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R OBERT DA NIEL W I LLIAM D A UBIN MARGARITA DAVIS JERRY DENTON ROBERT DESSERT SUZANNE DESSERT EDWARD DEVEAU MARY DIGNAM I -C ATHERI NE D IMMICK FRANK DISHAROON KATHERINE DOLAN LINDA DOMINGUEZ 212

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MICHAEL DONALDSON BRUCE DOUGLAS L ARRY DOUGLASS ROBERT DRY JA I JOAN DUNN DONALD EMERSON ROBERT ENGELKE JACOB E STERLINE PHIL EURIBEE EVAN EVANS RANDALL EVERSON WILLIAM FALL 213

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l /_-" D ON N A F A RROW A t l as t we gel our licenses PAUL A F AULKNER I N A FISHER J O HN FITZGERALD LEW I S F ONTAINE MICHAEL FRIEDEL LESLIE FULCHER STEV E FU L T O N P ATRIC I A FUQ U A 214

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ANGEL A GANSER FRANCIS GARAVANTA MARY GARCIA HENRY GARNER, JR. SANDRA GENTHER JANIS GEORGE DELLA GARC I A GARY GEDDES SYLVIA GLASS LINDA GARCIA JANET GEGENHEIMER JUAN GONZALEZ 215

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216 I ZAIDA GONZALEZ TERRY GRAHAM ESTHE R G UNDERSEN MARLENE GORDON ( MAURICE GREENE JR. M I CHAEL GURNEY ( I FRANCIS GOULDING KATHLEEN GREY JAMES HANSON LARRY GRAMLICH WALTER GROW CONNIE HAWTHORNE

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D IANA HAKY WILLIAM HAL E Ano t her first f or t he Senior Class t he Masque r a d e Ball and Danny Aleman slol e t he show. JERRY HAL L NORMAN H ALL R OBERT H ALL, JR. S HIR L E Y HEDDE N 2 1 7

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, VIVIAN HEDMAN SANDRA HANLEY DANIEL HElE ELIZABETH HENDRICKS PRISCillA HERNANDEZ CORA HERRERA SHERYL HESTOR ALFRED HIBBERT II DIANE HINDMAN JEFFREY HIRSCHl ROGER HOENKE SHEilA HOlCROFT 218

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RUSSElL HOOGLAND DIANNA HYRE ANDREW JACOBSON JUDITH HOUSE , L YNN JACKSON MELODIE JAME S I THEODORE HU NT VICKI HUTCHINSON Tests always make J oan Widdeck e feel 5000 worn oul . --(

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IDETTE J OHNSON ISIS JOHNSON JEANETTE JONE S LYNDA JONES CHARLES JOYNER DELFINA JU STINIANO BRIAN KEENEY GARLAND KEESLING GREGOR Y KENNING T O N J ORGE KIAMCO ROBERT KILPATRICK LINDA KING 22 0

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NELLY KIRMER MARGARET KNAPP FRANK KOENIG RUSSELL LA FUENTE CALVIN LANDRUM ELIZABETH LANE JACK LANSFORD JAMES LASTINGER ROBERT LAVALLEE EVA LAWRENCE VICKI LAWRENCE ROBERT LAWYER 221

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222 ... Some t imes we win ... sometimes we lose ... DAN IAL LEARNED SUSAN LESSI ACK . GERALD LEE THOMAS LEWIS RICARDO LAY PAMELA LEESER MARILYN LE MASTER \ BARBARA LEWTER GEORGE LlNFOR S

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HAROLD LITTLE AYMEE LUGO SHIRLEY MACDONALD JACQUELYN LOVELADY ,;,; .. ". . . .' .. . ... ." .. . "",.--. .. ,"" .. .. '" ,0, . I .0 ....... .. .... ... ... .. ....... 0 LIONEL LOVELL L .... 0 _no" .. ....... Ua.&..oo.A -lI '-'-_ .... LYNDA LUKE GAIL LYNCH TIMOTHY MALONY HELEN MANNING SH I RLEY LOYD CARL MABLE LO WELL MARCUS 223

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H A ROlD MARKS C ECILIA MERI W EATHER DONN A M I C H AEL 2 24 ,. / B A RBARA MAR O NE Y ( ROBERT ME RRILL MARG AR ITA MILAS HU G H MAR S H RITA MARTIN S I -'I HEATHER M ETHEN Y PAUL M E YER ) ELIZABETH MILLER MARY MILLER

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MICHAEL MORROW Kim Robbins lustily sings Oul at a pep fally STANLEY MOCK . I JAY MOORE MICHAEL MILLER ROBERT MORSE DANIEL M ULLIN S 225

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CAROL MUSE PATRICK M c CARRAGHER V ICKI McCOY EDWARD M cENIRY EDWARD M c F ADDEN MARY McF ADDEN TERESA McGANN JOHN McGRAT H JR. LINDA NAAR KATHRYN NEHRING SHERRON NETTlE S RICHARD NOLAN 226

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ROBERT NOlAN ROBERT O 'CONNOR EMMIE O 'KELLEY MARCELLINA OlAYVAR '-, { ARTHUR PAYNE CAROLE PEARSON I SANDRA OCZKOWICZ BRUCE PARKER PENNIE PELKEY DENISE O DONNELL ELIZABETH PARML Y CHERYL PETERSON I , 227

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KEITH PETRIE G E O R G E PHILLIPS MICHAEL PLUCKER EMI llANO PONCE And then there was the bike hike ... we never thought we'd make i t JAME S PREACHER RIC HARD PREVOST 228

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CAROLYN PRICE CATHERINE PRICE lARRY PRINCE R OBERT PRINCE \ LUTHER QUINN CRISTINA QUIROS WANDA RAMEY JACK RAY EDWARD RENNER JEANIE REYNOLDS JAMES RHODE S RICHARD RHODES 229

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VAL RICH GEORG I A RICHARDE BRUCE RICHARDS JOHN RIZZO KIMBAL ROBBINS LAWRENCE ROBERTSON , RUBEN RODRIQUEZ KENNETH ROTH PHILLIP R OURK ADA RUIZ CAROL SAAR I NEN JOSLYN SANG 230

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\ J O HN SARGENT LAN C E Y SAU NDERS CAROL SCHAFER JEFFREY S E A R S lake it, Geo rge -"We have a band called the Dixieland Band . RAND ALL SEEMANN WEBB SELF L Y ND ALL SELLENS EMILIA SETTO N

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232 / CANDACE S HIRLE Y FRANK SOUTH, JR. HELEN STEWART , MARTHA SIMPSON DONNA SO UTH WELL PHILIP S TEWAR T JAMES S L OVER WILLIAM SMIT H \ LETTIE S PARLING L EWIS S TABLER WINIFRED S TITCH SUE STRAIGHT

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I FRANK S UAREZ JANET S ULLIVAN NOVELLA SUMNER PAT SWANSTROM WILLIAM SWANSTROM FREDERICK SZYMANSKI ROBERT TARR VAUGHAN TAYLOR SHARO N TEN BROECK GLORIA TESTER DANIEL THORNBURG WILLIAM TILLEY 233

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WILLIAM TILMAN Tomorrow's memories a r e today's snapshots. BARBARA TOOTHMAN MICHAEL TOWLAND JOHN TRAINOR RONALD TREMBLAY P ATRICIA TRI M GEORGE TURNER MICHAEL VALES GRICELDA VASNICK 234

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GREGOR Y VAN TASSELL CYNTHIA VAN VOORHIS ELA INE V E STA L DAVID WARREN MAR Y WAT K IN S LEROY WAT SON, JR. RUSSELL WATSON N A NCY WEBBER CAROl W EIN S T OC K ELIZABETH WELLING T O N RANDALL W ERNT Z S HARON WHEELER 235

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JAM E S WHITE PATRICIA WHITE JOAN WIDDEKE MARY WIESE FRANK WILDER S U SA N WILLEN BROCK RIC H ARD WILLIAMS JANET WILLIAR J AMES WILLING HAM GLO RIA WILSO N JANE WILSON JANIC E WILSON 236

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ANN WINQUIST And then there were days like this ... RICaRD WINSTEAD MARILYN WIT WORTH GEORGE WODRAZKA BETTY WOMBLE KATHRYN WOOD 2 3 7

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240 MARILYN MARCH ADAIR: Dece mbe r 24, 1946 ; Laurens South Caro l i na. F H A 4 ; Sw i mm i ng 4 ; S A Altern a t e 4 DOREEN FRANCES ADAMS: May 16, 1 947; P rov i d e n c e Rhode hland L a tin Club 1 ; liTera r y Club 4; Mythology Club 1 ; S l ide R ule Club 4 PATRICIA ANN ALBRITTO N : November 5, 194 7; Ancon, Can a l Zone F B t. 3 4 ; F N.A. 4; G .AA 1 2 3 4 ; Tomorrow s Secre t aries 4; L ab Asst 4; I ntra mur als 1 2 3 4 SARA M ALEJANDRO: Sep tember 1 3 1947 ; San J uan, P ue rto R i co F H A 2 I n Aye r High Sch oo l Mass: -Cheerl e a der. DANIEL O ALEMAN: Janu ary 7,1947; P anam a, R e p of P a nama Drama Club 1 2 3 ; liTerary Club 3 ; R O T .C. 2 3 ; 2nd Lt. 4 ; S.A. R epresentaTi ve 3; S A Ahernate I ; Class P res. 4 ; Intr a m u r a l s I 2, 3 ; "Joan of l orraine" 3; Glee Club 4 ElOY ALFARO: A u gust 7 1947; P anama, R e p o f Panama. Club 3 4; lit e rar y Club 3, 4 ; c.c.c. 2, 3, P r es. 4 ; Chemis tr y Biology Asst 3; N a tion a l H o n o r Societ y 4. F r en c h Asst. 3; lEONARD G AllEN : N o v e mbe r 21, 1946; Ant o n Canal Zone. R .O.T.e. 2 ; R ifle Team 3 4 ; I ntr a m u r als 1 2 3; Football 1 4 ; J V. Basketball 3 LEIDA ESTHER ALMODOVAR: December 26 1946; May aguez, P uer t o Rico. F.B. L A 4; GAA. 4 ; [ i brary Club 4 EARL R A NDERSON : December 1 0, 194 6 ; Mt H o lly, New Jersey R .O T .e. 2, 3; Pf c 4 ; Awards Ball 3; U s her G uard 2; Chorus 1. ERI C JAME S ANDERSON: Jun e II, 1947 ; Flint, Michigan Latin Club 1 ; R.O. T C H onor Guard 2, 4 ; Awards Ball 3; 2nd Lt. 4 ANNA KATHLEEN ANDREWS: June 21, 1947 ; F ort Clayton Canal Zon e. Offi c e As s t 4 ; P a rrakee t 4 I n Clare m ont H igh School, Clare mont, Calif Nat i on a l H onor Soc iety 1. ROBERT GORDON BAGGOTT: F ebruary 17, 1947; Eglin A F .B., F lorida Leiterman's C l ub 2, 3 ; Vic e -Pres 4; S.A. RepresC!nt ative 2 4; S.A. Alternate 1 ; I ntra murals I 2 4; Track 3; JV. BaskC!t ball 1; Bask etball 2 3, 4 ; AIIZon e 3 RUSSEll LAWRENCE BAKER: O c tober 10, 1947; New London, Conn Band 4 CONSTANCE MARIEAN BALMAS: Septemb e r 12 1947; Monett, Missouri. I ntra murals 4 JOHN TERRY B ARBER: Feb r ua r y 25 194 7; Salt L ake City Utah. Let t erma n 's C lub I 4; Sci ence C lub 1; F ootball 1 3 4 ; Track 1 4 ; Intra murals 1. DOLORES SUE BARNES: February 11, 1947 ; Jack sonvi lle florida F.N. A 3; T omorrow's Secre t aries 4; R O T .e. Aut 4 ; S A Alter nate 1 2 P ATRICIA ANN BASHAM : Febr uary 15, 1947; Ancon, Canal Z one Drama C lub 1; F olk S i ngers Clu b 2; F.B. LA 3; F .NA 2 ; G A .A. 1 2,3, P res 4; library C lub 1, 2 ; Audio V i sual P rogram 2; librar y Ass t 2 ; Basketball I 2, 3 4; I n tr a murals 1, 2 3 4; Zonian 4 ; Pep Club 1 ; G.AA. leiter 2 MIRIAM E. BATEMAN: April 19, 1947; P anama, Rep. of Panama F B .L.A. 3, 4 ; GAA. 3, 4; library Club Sec. 3, 4; library Asst 4 ; In t ramurals 2, 3, 4 VIRGINIA L YNN BEATY: May 26 1947; P a n ama Rep of Panama F B .L.A. 4 ; C linic Asst 3 4 LUZ NElDA BENITEZ: Jun e 1 1947; P uerto Rico. P an American Club 4 ; Offi ce A sS!. 4 ; Z o nian 4 I n Ant i lles H igh S c hool Ft. Buc h anan P uerlo R ico: C l ass Treas 3 JANICE MADEl Y N BERG: July 9, 1947; Panama, Rep. of Panama. Counse l o r 's Ass!. 3; A cco rdion Band 1,2. GAI L MADELINE B O HANNON : November 23 1947; Margarita, Cana l Zone D r ama C lub 3; F B .L.A. 4; F T A 3 ; G .AA I 2, 3, 4 ; Office Asst 3; R O T .e. Ass t 4 ; I n t ramurals 1 2 3 4 NANCY ClAIRE BONGIORNI : November 8, 1946 ; Ancon, Canal Z one G A A 3; Office Asst 4 ; Biology Aut. 4 ; S.A. R epresen t ative 1 ; Intra mu r als 2 3 H OWARD BRUCE BOSWEll : Oc t ober 12 19 47 ; Salt lake City, Utah Physics Asst. 4 JEAN LOUISE BOUCHE: May 1 6, 1 947; Ancon, Cana l Zone F N A 2 3 4 ; I ntramu r a l s 3 WilliAM RAYMOND BOUGHNER : September 2 5, 194 7; Wheeling Wes t Vir ginia Intramurals 4; Band I 2 3, 4 ; Orchestra 3 4 S HARON LEE BOWMAN: Sep tember 29, 1947 ; Hickory, NOr1h C a ro l i na. folk Singerl Club 3 ; F N .A. 1; literary C lub 4; Mat h Club 4; Mu Alpha T heta Clu b 4; Science Club 4 ; Biology Ass!. 4 ; P a rakeet 4 ; Chorus 1 2 3 4 ; Glee Club 1,2,3 4 S HARYON LEIGH BOYD: Oc tober 8 Drama Clu b 4; F olk Singers Club 4 1947; Newport N ews, Virg inia. MARY JEAN BRADY: January 7 1947; St. George, B ermuda F.N. A 1, P res 3 Treasurer 2 4 ; Offi c e Asst 4 ; S .A. Represent a t ive 4; I n tr a mu rals 2, 3 4 KEVIN JOHN BRADLEY: May 27, 194 7; Ancon, Canal Zone Chemistry Asst. 3; R O.T.C. Pf c 2; S A Repr esen tat ive 4 ; Alternate I 2 ; Int ramurals 1 ; Swimming I ELIZABETH VIRGINIA BRA NNAN : D ecem b e r 28 1947 ; Boston Massachusetts. French Club 1 2, 3; Latin C lub 3, .4; l i t e r ary Club 3,4; e.e.e. 4; S.A R epresentative 3. JOHN THOMAS STEWART BROWN : June 28, 19 47; Margari t a, Canal Zone 'Folk S i ngers Club 4 ; l eiterman s Club 2, 3 ; P res 4; Math C lub 4; Mu Alpha T heta 4; National Honor Society 4; S .A. R epresen tat ive 4 ; S A Alterna te 2; C l ass Vice P res i den t 3; F ootball 2 ; Baseball 2, 3; All Zone Baseball 3 ; Sw i mming I 2, 3; I nt ram urals 1, 2 JOSEPH EARL BROWN JR.: Oc tober 29 1947 ; T rion, Georgia. R O.T.e. Pvt. 4 SUZANN A WALLACE BROWN: J u l y 12 1947; Albrook AFB Canal Zone F H A 4; F N.A 4; S.A Representative 4 ; Parakee t 3;' Quill and Scroll 3; Chorus 4 ; Glee Club 3 4. CAROL SUE BRYSON: November 16, 194 7; P ittsburgh, Pen nsylvania. Drama Club 2 Treas. 3; Folk Sin g ers Club 3 ; Bridge Club 2 3; F T .A. 1 2,3, Vice-Pres. 4 ; l ib r a r y C lub 1 2 ; liter ary Club 3, 4; Math C lub 4 ; Mu Alpha Thet a 4; Nati o nal Hon o r Socie t y .4; S.A. Repr esen t ative 4; S A Alternate 2 ; Zonian 4 ; Grad uatio n U she r 3; B acca l aurea t e Usher 3 DENNIS JAMES BRYSO N : Sep tember 3 0, 1946 : P ittsburg h Pennsyl vania Drama Club 3 ; F olk Singers Club 4; Bridge Club 3; Leiterman 's Clu b 3, 4; R O.T.C. Usher Guard 2; S .A. R eprese nt a tive 4 ; Track 3 ; I ntra murals I 2 3 JERRY LYNN BUCKLER: Oc tober 2 6, 1947 : Ft. Meade Maryland Fren c h Club 4 ; G A .A. 4 RALPH ERNEST BURDA: J uly 21, 19 47; Dav id, Rep. of P a na ma. L et t erman' s Club 1,2,3 4 ; R O.T.C. 2, 3 ; Captain 4 ; S A Alternate 1 ,3; I n t ramurals I 2 ; B ase ball 1 ANDREA LYNN BYRD: May 2 0, 1946 ; Pana ma, Rep of Panama F B .L.A. 3, 4 ; F H.A 4; F N A 4; P an A merican Club 4; T o m orrow' s Secre t aries 4 PEDRO ANTONIO CAMP AGNANI: Octo be r 18 1 945; P anama, Rep. o f P anama. Pan American Club 4 I n San Agustin School P anama, Rep. o f Panama: C lass Vice Pres. 3 LINDA lOUI S E CAMPBElt : May 26, 194 7; W ash i ng t on, D .C. Drama C lub 2, 3, 4 ; Folk Singe r s Club 3, 4 ; literary Club 3 4; Nat ional T hespians 3 Sec. 4 ; S.A. R epresen t ative 2 3 M I CHElE MARCElLE CANAVAGGIO: July 7 J94 6; Pan ama, Rep of Panama Counselor's Aut. 2; B iology Asst. 3; G ym Asst 4 ; C C .e. 4

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ALICE LENORE CANN; August 4, 1947; N apa, C a l i fo rnia. F.H .A. 3, 4 ; H ome E conomics Asst 4 ; Chor us 1 ; Fas h ion Sho w 2. C INDY CARLTON; April 13, 1947 ; Murfreesboro, Tennessee. National Honor Society 3, 4; B iology Asst. 3; Chorus 2 3 4 ; Glee Club 3, 4. LISA LYlE CARNEAL; J an u ary 9, 194B ; C her r y POint, N or t h C a r olina. Art Club Treas. I ; literary Club 4; Mythology Club 1 ; I ntramu rals 2, 3, 4 In Annandale H igh School Annandale, Virginia; H ockey Let ter 3. RONALD IVES CARROlL; April 17, 1946 ; Jacksonville, F lorida. Let terman's Club 2 3; Track 1 2, 3, 4; I ntramurals I 2 3, 4. GEORGE WASHINGTON CASE III ; July 4, 1946; Oakland, California. Drama Club 1 2 3; Leiterm a n s Club 1 2, 3 4; R .O. T .e. H onor G ua rd 3, 4; F ootball 1 2 3, 4; e.Z. AIIStars 1 2, 3, 4; B aseball 1 2 3, 4 ; Track 1 2 3 4 ; I n tra murals 1, 2; Chorus 3. MARY CATHERINE CASHMAN: J une 18, 1947; Waseca, Minnesota. F.8. l.A 4; Che mis try Asst. 3; S. A. Alternate 3; Chorus 3, 4; Glee C lub 3, 4 ; Girls Double T rio 4. RICARDO A CAZORLA: December 2 5, 1946; Ancon Canal Z one F renc h Club 2 ; e.e.e. 4; Slide R ule Club 4. LINDA M CECIl: July 16, 1947; Steubenville Ohio. Clinic Asst. 4 NANCY LINDA CHADWICK: April 2 1947; Margarita, Can a l Z one. G.A .A. 2, 3, 4; Science Club 2; Office Asst. 2, 4; S.A. Representative 1 2; lntr amurals 1 2 3, 4 ; Swimming 1 ; P arrakeet 4 ; Gr adua t ion Usher 3. RE8ECCA JANE CHAMBERS : Oc tober 29, 1946; P rinceton, Kentucky. RUTH DARLENE CHANCE: April 19, 1947; P anama, Rep o f P anama. F H .A. 4; Driver Training Ass!. 4. RE8ECCA SUE CHANCEY: April 7, 1 947 ; Hunt ing t on, West V i rg inia. Folk Singers C lub 3; F T .A. 3, Sec. T re as. 4 ; F .NA 2; library Clu b 1; United Nations Club 4; Clinic Asst. 2 ; R.O.T.C Asst. 4 ; 8 iology Asst. 3; Int ramu r als 2 3. KATHLEE N FRANCES CHANDLER: November 1 0, 1947; Margarita, Canal Zone. 8ridge Clu b VicePres. 3; G A.A. 1 2 3 4; National H onor Society 3, 4; Science Club Recording S ec. 2, 3, Vice Pres. 4 ; Chemistry Asst. 3 ; S.A. Represe nta tive 3; S.A. Ahernate 2 ; Sw im ming 1 ; Tennis 3; Z oni an 4; Chorus 4; Gr adua tio n Usher 3 V IRGINI A ANN CHANEY: November 13, 1946; Gr eencastle, I ndiana. F.H A 4. SUSAN CHARBONNEAU : July 28, 1946 ; Ancon, C anal Zone. Folk Singers C lub 3; F.H.A. 4 ; F .T.A. 3; F N .A. 3; P an American C lub 4; Talent Show 1 ; Fashion Show 2 PHYLLIS A. CHASE: May 8, 1947; Aneon, Canal Zone. F.B.L.A. 3, 4; G A.A. 3 4; libra ry Club 2 3 ; library Asst. 2; I n tram urals 3 ; Drill Team 4 PAUL DOUGLAS CHISOLM: Ma y 6 1946 ; Anton, Canal Zone Footb all 2; Orchestra 1 PAULA JEAN CHODAKOWSKI: May 5, 1947; Newport, Rhode Island Bridge Club 3, 4 ; F T .A. 3, 4; library Club 3 4; Nation a l Honor Society 4; Library Asst 4. ALEIKA MARIA CLARE: September 2, 1946; Pan a ma Rep. of Panama e.e.e. 3 I n Bthlemitas H igh School, Pana ma, Rep of Panama : Na tional H onor SOciety. STEVE DOUGLAS CLARKE: July 16 1947; Ancon, Cana l Zone Intra murals 1 2, 3 4 D I ANA G COBB; August 18, 1947; Ancon, Canal Zo ne. F.T.A. 4 ; G A A 1 2 3 4; PhYSics Assl. 4; Chemistry Asst 4 MICH AEL JO H N COFER: October 13, 1947; Atlanta, Georgia. I nlra m u rals 4. C HARLES H COLBURN: May 16, 1947; D avid, Rep of Panama. Chess Club 2 ; French Club I, 2 ; Pan American Club 3; Photography Club 3; Chemistry Asst 3; R.O. T.e. Honor Guard 3; Usher Guard 2 ; 1 st Lt. 4 ; Intramurals 1 JOHN ALEXANDER COOPER: April 14, 1946; Chicago, Illinois. Drama Club I 2 3; F olk Singers Club 3; Bridge Club 4; Literary Club I; Mythology Club 1 ; Intr amurals 4; Orchestra I 2 MARY COOPER: October IS 1947 ; Washington, D .e. D rama Club 2, 3, 4; F olk Singers Clu b 3; Bridge Club 3; F T .A. I 3, 4; G .A.A. I, 2, 3, 4; N ational Hon o r Society 3, 4; Int ramurals 1 2, 3, 4 ; Chorus 2; Gradua t ion Usher 3; Baccalaureate Usher 3 ANNA ELIZABETH CRITCH; December 3, 1946 ; Ancon, Canal Zone F .B.L A 3, 4; G.AA 1 2,3,4; l ibrary Club 3, 4 ; c.e.e. 2 3; library Asst 3, 4; S.A. Representative 2; Inttamurals 1, 2 3, 4; Cho r us 1 2 ; Glee Club 1,2,3,4. M IKE B. CROSBY: April 2 1946; Madison W i sconsin French Club 4 ; R O T .e. Drill Team 4; Pk 4 ; I n lr amurals 4 JAMES RUSSEtL CRUMLEY: November 4, 1947 ; Seattle, Washington Inlramurals 4 I n York H igh School, Yorktown, V irginia; Class Vice Pres. 2 LINDA DALE CULHANE: J une 1 8, 1947 ; Waltham, Massa chusells. Drama Club 4 ; Folk Singers Club 4. ROBERT CHARLE S DANIEl:: May 29, 1947; Margarita, Canal Zone Chess Club 3; Photography Club 4; Science Club I 2; R O T.C. 2 3, 4 ; 2nd Lt. 4; S .A. Alternale 2; Foot ball 3; Debates 3. WILLIAM SCOTT DAUBIN: January 4, 1 9 47 ; N orfolk, V i rg i nia. Chess Club 2 3; Math Club 2 3 4; Mu Alpha Theta 3 4 ; National Hono r Society 3, 4; Pho tography Club 2, 3, 4; S l ide R ule Club 2 ; Chemistry Asst. 3; R O. T .C. Awards Ball 2 3; Color Guard 3; Rifle Team 2 3; Usher Guard 2 3; 2nd Lt. 4; Intra murals 4 ; Debates 3; Cheer Leader 4; French Club 2 3. l UTHER EDWARD DAVIS: Feb r uary 17 1947; Ancon, Cana l Zon e. MARGARITA B DAVIS: February 23, 194 7; Ancon Canal Z one. Fren c h C lub I, 2 ; F B .l.A 4; P an American Club 4; U niled Nati ons Club 4. JERRY EDWARD DENTON; August 8, 1947; Lawton, Oklahoma. R O. T .e. Drill Team 2; Usher Guard 2; Corp 2 ROBERT TERRENCE DESSERT: J u ne 26, 1947 ; Orlando, Flor i da Letter man's Club 3, 4 ; S l ide R u le Clu b 3; S.A. Alternate 4; Footb all 3, Captain 4; Swimming 4; Track 4 SUZANN E ElIZA8ETH DESSERT: November 13, 1948, Eglin AFB, Florida Swimming 3, 4; Glee Club 2. MICHELE ANN DESTEFANO: November 12, 1946 ; Somerville, Massa chusetts. Office Asst. 4; Chorus 3 MARY FRANCES DIGNAM : February 15, 1 947; Marg a r ita, Canal Zone. Drama Club 1,2,3; F olk Singers Clu b 3; F B .L.A. 4; F H .A. 3 4 ; F N .A. I 2; V ice Pres 3, Pres 4; library Clu b 2 ; c.e.e. 2 3; S .A. Alternate I; I nt r a murals 1 2 3, 4 ; Drill Team 3. CATHERINE MARY DIMMICK: May 16, 1947 ; 8everly Massachu se tts. Drama Club 2 3; 8 ridge Club 3; F.T.A. I 2 3 4; G A A I, 2 3, 4; L a tin Clu b 4; Photography Club 1 ; Science Club 3; Coun selor's Asst. 2; Biology Asst 3; I n tram urals I, 2 3 4; Sw i mm ing 1 ; Graduation Usher 3; Debates 3, 4. FRANK T HOMAS DISHAROON: October 8, 1946 ; Ancon, Canal Zone Folk Singers Club 4 ; letterma n s Club I 2, 3, 4 ; R O. T.e. Awards 8all 2; Usher Guard I, 2 3 4; Battalion Motor S9 t 4; Football 3; Baseball I 2 ; Basketball 2, 3, 4; I n tr amu rals 1, 2 3; Cho rus 3 4 KATHERINE JOANN D O LAN: November 30, 1947; Margarita Canal Zone. G .A.A. 3, 4; T omorrow's Secretaries 4; lab Asst 2, 3 4; Intr a murals 3, Drill Team 3, 4 MICHAEL STANLEY DONALDSON: November 28 1944; Margarita, Canal Zo ne. Folk Singers Club 4; R O. T .e. Usher G ua rd 2 3; H onor G uard 3, 4 ; lst 59!. 4; I nlramurals 4 241

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2 42 BRUCE THOMAS DOUGLAS: N ovem b e r 2 2 1947; Ancon Can a l Zone R O .T.C. 2; Pfc. 3. LARRY WILLIAM DOUGLASS: April 29 1947; Oak land, Californ i a Math Clu b 2 3, 4; Mu A l ph a Theta 3 A ; National Honor Society 4 ; Chem i str y Asst 4 ; R O T .C. Awards Ball 3; Honor Guard 3; Rifle T eam 3; U s her G u ar d 2 4 ; 2nd Lt. 4 ; S .A. R e pres e ntat i ve 1; S .A. Alternate 3 ; Cheerleader 4 ; S cience Club 3 ROBERT ALBERT DRYJA: May 20 1947; Coshocton, Ohio. Drama C l ub 2 ; National The spians 2 3, 4; P hoto g raphy Clu b 3, Pres. 4 ; Science Club 2, 4; Vice Pres 3; Chemi s try Asst 3 ; Audio V i su a l 2, 3, 4; Zon i a n 4; "Our Town" 2 ANNE MARIE DUNCAN: August 1 1947; Wash ington, D. C. Coun se lor's Asst. 4. JOAN ALLEN DUNN: Apr i l 1 5, 1 9 47 ; Aberdeen, South Dakota Bridge Club 4 ; I ntra m u ral s 3, 4; S w imm i n g 4; Zonian 3, Editor 4 WilliAM L EGOLF: August 22 1947; Ancon, Canal Zone F.B.L.A. 4; letterman' s Clu b 3 4 ; Scien ce C l u b I ; Slide R ule Club 4; Intra m u (als 2 3 4 ; Baseb all 3 4 PAUL LOUIS EllA : Nov e mbe r 7 1945; Vinland New Jersey. Shop Asst 2 3 DONALD JOSEPH EMERSON: October 4 1946; Pontiac, Michigan L atin Club 1 2; Audio Visual 3; R.O.T.C. Awards Ball 3, 4; Honor G u ard 3 4 ; U s h e r Guard 3 4; S / Sgt 4; Football 1; I nlramurals 2 3 4 ROBERT J O N ENGElKE: March 9 1947 ; Ancon Canal Zone Football 3; Baseball 2 3, 4 ; Intramu r als 1 2 JACOB ALAN ESTERLINE: Apr i l 25, 1947; Philadelphia, P ennsylvania. Folk Singers Club 4; Bridge Club 3, 4; Science Club 3, 4; United Nations 3, 4; R.O. T C Color Guard 3; Honor Guard 2, 3, 4; Usher Guard 3; 2nd Lt. 4; Football 2; Zonian 4 PETER L ETCHEMENDY: January 27, 1947; Reno, Nevada. Chemistry Asst 4; R.O. T .C. Pfc 3; S .A. Alternate 3, 4 ; J.Y. Basketball 4 RANDALL NORMAN EVERSON: September 20, 1947; Margarita, Canal Zone. Mu Alpha Theta 3, 4; N ational Honor Society 4; R.O.T.C. Awards Ball, Color Guard Commander 3; Honor Guard 3; R ifle T eam 2 3 ; Ushe r G u ard 2; Lt. Col. 4; S .A. Alternate 3. WILLIAM B FALL: J uly 17, 19 47; Ancon, Canal Zone Photography C lub 3; Scie n ce Club 1; R O T .C. Color Guard 3; Drill Team 2, 3; Firing Squ ad 3; Honor Guard 3 4 ; Rifle Team 2; Usher Guard 2 ; 2nd Lt. 4 ; Int r a m u r als 1 THOMAS ALLEN FARR: May 4 1947 ; San An t onio, Texas D ONNA MAUREEN FARROW: May 26, 1947; Princeton, I ndiana F B LA. 4; Intramurals 1 2 4 ; Chorus l. PAULA JOANN FAULKNER: May 24 1947; Manhattan, K ansas F.H. A . 1; Chorus 1, 2 3; Glee Club 4; Girls Ensemble 4 ; Talent Show 4. INA IME FISHER: March 27, 1947; Bradenton, Florida. F.H.A. 4. JOH N J FITZGERALD: April 1 1947; Newark, New Jersey. Shop Asst. 4 ; "Intramurals I 4; S.A Representative 2. VIRGINIA ANNE FLUMACH: October 19, 1947 ; Greenport, New York Dram a C l u b 1, 2, 3 ; F.N.A I ; Lite r ary Club 3, 4; Math Club 3, 4; Mu Alpha Theta 3 4; National Honor Society 4; Co unselor 's Asst. 2 ; S A Alt e rnat e 1; Zon i an 4 ; United Nations Club 3, 4 LEWIS EDWARD FONTAINE: December 29, 1946; Ch arle roi, Pennsyl. v a nia. M a t h Clu b 3; Mu Alpha The t a 3, 4 ; Nat i ona l Hono r SOCiet y 4; Science Club 1 2 3; Slide Rule Club 2; Debates 3, 4; R .O. T .C. Ushe r Gua r d 2 ; Awards Bal l 3 ; C olor Guard 3; 2nd Lt. 4; Intra m urals I 2; D ebate Club 3 4 JEANETTE FOSTER: February 4, 1 9 4 5; San Diego California. MIKE LEE FRIEDEL: March 29, 1947; Burlington, Iowa LESLIE ALDON FULCHER: May 16 1947; N orfolk, Virgini a Photog. raphy Club 4; R O.T.C. Color Gua r d 2 3, 4; F i r ing Squad 2 3, 4; 2nd Lt. 4; Inlramurals 1. S1EVEN TAYLOR FULTON: Febr uary 1 6, 1947; Frankfu rt, Ge rm a n y Baseball 3; Intra mura l s 3 PATRICIA ELIZABETH FUQUA: June 3, 19 47; Frank fuff, G ermany. French Club 2; F .B.L.A. 4; F.T.A. 2; Int ramurals 1 2 ANGELA LEA GANSER: January 4, 1947; Fairbanks Alaska. Dra ma Cru b 1, 2; Folk Singe r s Club 4 ; F.N.A. 2 3; Pep Crub 1 ; I nttamurals 2 3, 4; Swimming 4; Zonian 4; Chorus 1 2 3, 4; Glee Club 4 ; T he Lott e ry" 2 FRANCIS J OHN GARVANTA: July 28, 1 947; Ban Canstall, Germany. Latin Club 1, 2; United Nations Club 3; R.O.T.C. U she r Guard 2 ; H onor Guard 3 4; 2nd Lt. 4; S.A. Alternate 4; F ootball 3, 4; Intramu r a l s 2; Orchestra 1, 2. ANDREA DELLA GARCIA : April 22, 1947; EI P aso, T e)(as F B .L.A. 4 ; Parrakeet 4; Cho r us 3 LINDA LOU GARCIA: November 4, 1946; Fort Lee, Virginia. Drama Club 4 MARY SARAH GARCIA: M ay 8 1947; Margarita, Canal Zone. Folk Singers Club 3, 4; F.TA 4; F.N.A. 3; Recording Sec. 4; Literary Club 4; Pan America n C l ub 4; Science Club 3, 4; Biolog y Asst. 3, 4 ; lnlramurals 2 3, 4 ; G.A A 2, 3, 4; Cho rus 1 2, 3, 4 ; Glee Club I 2, 3, 4 HENRY R. GARNER, JR.: June 29, 1947; P anama, Rep. of Panama F B LA. 4; Pan American Club I 2 3, 4; c.c.c. 3, 4; R.O. T.C. 2, 3, Sgl 4. GARY DONALD GEDDES: December 13, 1947; Sarnia, Canada. JANET DORIS GEGENHEIMER: September 14, 1945; Clovis, New Mexico. I nlramurals 4; Chorus 4; Glee Clu b 4. SANDRA VICTORIA GENTHER: September 30, 1 94 7 ; Georgia. French Club 1 2; F T .A. 1 ; l ibtary C lub 3; H onor Socie t y 3, 4; Science Club 3 T reas. 4; United Club 2, 3, Pres. 4; Intramurals 2; Graduation U she r 3, Atlanta, Nati onal Nations J ANIS ELAINE GEORGE: August 11, 1947; Selma, Alabama. Folk Singers Club 3; F.B.L.A. 3; R .O. T .C. Asst. 4; S.A Alternate 1 ; Zonian 4; Chorus 1 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 4; Girls Double Trio 4 SYlVI A L. GLASS: Marc h 14, 1947; P anama, Rep. of Panama F.B .L.A. 3, 4; F T.A. 3, 4; F N.A. 3; G.A.A. 2, 3, 4; C l inic Asst. 4; Inrramurals 1 2, 3, 4; P i ng Pong 3 JULIA A. GOE : December 22, 1946; Memphis Tennessee. F B .L.A 4; F H.A. 4; F.N.A. 4. JUA N MIGUEL GONZALEZ : October 3, 1946; Isabela, Puert o Rico. R .O. T .C. U she r Guard 3 ZAIDA IRIS GONZALEZ: March 30, 1 947; San Juan, Pu e rt o Rico French Club 3; Folk Singe r s Club 4; Literary Club 3, Vice-Pres. 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; P an American Club 1 2, Vice-Pres. 3, Pres. 4 ; c.C.C. Sec. 2; United Nations Club 3, 4 FRANCE S JOAN GOULDING: Jul y 1 6, 1947; Ancon, Canal Zone. libra r y Club 2; Tomorrow's Secretaries 4; l ibrary Asst. 2 ; R O .T.C. Asst. 4; I ntra murals I TERRY DURAND GRAHAM: December 25, 1946; Flo r ence, South Carolina R.O.T.C. 2; Awards Ball 3; Usher Guard 4 ; Sgt. 4 ; Footb all 1. SUSAN REBECCA GREENE: April 30, 194 7; E astman, G eorgia. D rama CJub 4; li t erary Club 4 ; Office Asst. 4. KATHLEEN DAWN GREY: August 17 1947; Boise, I daho. Drama Club 4; Folk Singer. \ Club 4; Chorus 4; Glee Club 4

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WALTER J OHN GROW, August 17, 1947; Honolulu Hawaii. Mu Alpha Theta 3; R.O T .C. 2; Honor Guard 3; 2nd Lt. 4; Intramurals 3, 4. ESTHER LILY GUNDERSEN: March 26, 1947; Brooklyn, New York. Folk Singers Club 3, 4; F.B. l.A Treas 3, Pres. 4; G.A.A. 3, 4; Office Asst. 4; S.A. Alternate 4; Intramurals 2, 3; Glee Club 4; Majorett e 1; Drill Team 3, 4 MICHAEL DAVID GURNEY: November 20, 1947; Williamsburg, Virgin i a. Folk Singers Club 4 ; letterman's Club 3. 4; S l ide Rule Club 3; Baseball 3; All-Zone Baseball 3; T rack 3 ; Intramural s 3, 4; Chorus 3, 4; Glee Club 3, 4 CURTIS HAMBLEN GWAL TNEY: June 4, 1947; Oklahoma City, Okla homa. French Club 4. DIANA MARIE HAKY: April 9, 1947; Margarita. Canal Zone Art Club 4; F B .L.A. 4; F.H.A. 3, VicePres 4; F N .A. 3, 4; C.C.e. 2; Intramurals 3, 4; "Our Town" 2 WILLIAM CAllESON HALE, JR: December 11, 1946; ft. Bragg North Carolina. R O T.e. 2; Color Guard 3; 2nd Lt. 4; S.A. Alternate 4 ; Intramurals 4 JERRY LESLIE HALL, July 18, 1947; Mon t pelier, Vermont. R O .T.C. Awards Ball 3, 4; Usher Guard 4. NORMAN L. HAll: Septemb. r 19, 1947; Fl. Belvior, Virginia. foot bal l 4; Inlramurals 4. In falls C h urch H igh School, Falls Church, Virginia; National Hono r Socie ty 1 2. ROBERT A. E. HAll, JR: October 3, 1947; Auburn, Alabama. Chess Club 3; Folk Singers Club 3; f.B l.A. 4; R O T .C. Awards 8all 4; Color Guard 3; H onor Guard 3; M /Sgt. 4; Intramurals 1; Chorus 3 SANDRA K ING HANLEY: Oc tober 18, 1847; Charlottesville, Vir ginia. french Club 2; Dra ma Club 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Bridge Club 2, 3; F.H.A 3; literary Club 3, 4; Pan American C lub 4; United Nations Club 4; Intramurals 3, 4; Folk Singers Club 4 JAMES S. H A N SON: October 3, 1947; Birmingham Alabama. R .O. T .C. Staff Sgt. 4 CONS T ANCE JO HAWTHORNE: April 14, 1947; Portsmouth, Ohio. Bridge Club 4; F.T.A. 4 I n H illcrest High School, Dalzell, South Carolina: Band Leller VIVIAN RITA HEDMAN: October 10, 1947; Barbourville, Kentucky F.B.L.A. 3, 4; G.A.A. 3, 4; S cience Club 4; Intramurals 3, 4 DANi El EUGENE H ElE: December 4, 1946; Ancon, Canal Zone. F olk Singers Club 4 ; R.O.T.e. 2, 3; Corp. 4; Tennis 2, 3; Intramurals 1, 2, 3 ELIZABETH CAMI L L E HENDRICKS: AprilS, 1947; New Bern, North Caro l ina. Chess Club 2; D rama Club 1 2; Bridge Club 2; G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Pan American Club 1; e.c.c. 2; Co unselor's Asst. 3; Office Asst. 2; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 PRISCILLA ESTHER H ERNANDEZ, May 22, 1946; Panama Rep. of Panama. c.c.e. 3, 4. CORA MARIA HERRERA; September 19, 1947; Panama Rep. of Panama. French Club 4, Sec. 3; F.B.l.A. 3, 4; library Club 3; Literary Club 3, Sec.T reas. 4 ; Pan American Club Sec. 4; Science C lub I, 4; e.e.e. Treas. 1, Public Rel ations Director 4; United Nations Club 1; Chorus 1, 2, 3. SHERYL ANN HESTER: April 7, 1947 ; Pillsburgh, Pennsylvani a. Counselor's Asst. 4; Parrakeet 4 ALFRED T AlMA HIBBERT, January 24, 194 7; Ft. Dix, New J ersey Football 4; Basketball 3, 4 ; Swimming 4; Tennis 4; Track 3, 4; G lee Clu b 3. DIANE ROSA HINDMAN, September 25, 1947; A t lanta, Georgia. F olk Singers Club 1; National Honor Society' 4; Tomorrow 's Secretaries 4; R.O.T.C. Drill Team Sponsor 4; R .O. T .C. Band Spon sor 3; S.A. Alternate 4; Intramur als 2, 3, 8accalaureate Usher 3; Majorelle 2, 3 4 JEFFREY SCOTT HIRSCHL: August 19, 1947 ; Brooklyn New York. Math Club 3, 4; Mu Alpha The ta 3, 4; Photography C lub 4 ; Science Club 2, 3, 4 ; Band 1 2 3 4 ; R O T .e. 8and 2 ROGER ALAN HOENKE, March 10, 1947 ; Ancon Canal Zone Chess C lu b 3, Pres 4; Math Club 2, 3, 4; Mu Alpha Theta 3, Pres. 4; Phy sics Asst 4; C h emistry Asst. 3; R.O T .C. 2, 3; 2nd Lt. 4 ; J.V Basketball 3. SHEILA ANN HOLCROFT: August 26, 1947 ; H ull, Canada. D rama Club 3, 4; Folk Singers Club 4; F B .L.A. 4: Tomorrow's Secre ta ries 4; Intramurals 3, 4. RUSSEll A. H OOGLAND, December 1 1947; Monroe, Wisconsin S .A. Alternate 3; Intramurals 3 ; Band 1 JUDITH GAIL HOUSE: February 25, 1947 ; Newpor t News, Virg i nia Math Club 3; Mu Alpha Theta 3 4 ; National H onor Socie t y 4; Science Club 3; S .A. Sec. 4; Zonian 4; Band 3; Orches tra 3; Graduation Usher 3; Baccalaureate Usher 3. ESTHER EliZABETH HOVAN : December 9, 1946; Panama, Rep of Panama. F H.A. 4; Intramurals 2, 3, 4. VICKI LEE HUTCHISON: September 30, 1946; Panama, Rep. of Panama F .B.L.A. 3, 4; F.H.A. 4; Tomorrow's Secretaries 4; Counselor's Asst. 4; Chorus 3 DIANNA RUTH HYRE; October 11, 1947: Elkins, West Virginia Folk Singers Club 3; literary Club 4; United Nations Club 4. CLAIRE LYNN JACKSON: June 28, 1947; Okalono, Mississippi F H.A. 1; Choru s 3, 4; Glee Club 1 ANDREW KENT JACOBSON September 16, 1947; Ancon, Canal Zone Folk Singers Club 4; R.O.T.C. 2, 3; Cpl. 4; Football 4; Sw i mming 2, 4; Intramurals 1; Parrakeet 4. MELODIE ANN JAMES, July 18, 1947; Anchorage, Alaska Drama Club 4 ; Office 4 IDETTE JOH NSON: February 12, 1948; Ca li, Colombia. Drama C lub 2, 3; French Club 2, T reas 3, Pres 4; Folk Singers Club 3; F N.A. 1; G.A.A. 2; litera ry C l ub 3, 4 ; Math C lub 4; Mu Alpha Theta Sec. 4; N ational Honor Society 3, 4 ; Nat ional Thespians 3, 4; e.e.e. 2 ; S .A. Alterna t e 4; IntTamurals 2; Zonian 4; Graduation Usher 3; Baccalallfeate Usher 3 I S I S LORRAI NE JOHNSON: November 26, 1946; Aq u adilla, Puerto Rico. F.N.A. 3; Latin Club 3, 4; F.H.A. 4; Literary Club 3, 4; Mu Alp h a Theta 3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Science Club 3, 4; Chem istry Asst. 3; Parrakeet 4 ; Band 3, 4. JEANETTE JONES: December 13, 1947; Panama, Rep of Panama Drama Club 4. LOREN MICHAEL JONES, September 13 1946 ; Fairb anks, Alaska LINDA FAYE J ONES: January 23, 1947; Ancon, Canal Zone. F.H.A 4; Pep Club I; Inlramurals 3, 4. NElLY MARIA K IRMER: July 31, 1947 ; Panama, Rep of Panama. Drama Club 1 ; F rench Club 2; Folk Singers Club 3, 4; F B.l.A. 4; G A A. 1, 2, 3, 4; P an American C lub 4; e.c.c. 3; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 4 ROBERT WILLIAM KliPPER : July 28, 1947; Ancon, Ca n a l Zone Science Club 1; Chemistry Ass, 3; S .A. Alternate 2; Intramurals 1,2. MARGARET PEARL KNAPP: December 12 1946; Panama, of Panama. Office Assl 2, 3, 4; Inlramurals 2, 4 Rep FRANK M. KOENIG: December 4, 1946; Ancon, Canal Zo n e. R.O. T C Pfc 2. W ILLIAM HENRY KRAPFl; November 2, Panama. Slide Rule Club 3; Baseball 1946; 3. Panama RUSSel L DUANE LA FUENTE: February 1 5, 1947 ; Tampa, french Club 2, 3; Science Club 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1. Rep. of Florida 243

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PATRICK MICHAEl McCARRAGHER: May 23, 1847; Ancon, Canal Zone. R.O.T.e. 2 3; 2nd Lt. 4; Chorus 3. MICHAEL EDWARD McCLURE: April 21, 1946; T eaneck, New Jersey. L etterman's Club 3 4 ; R.O. T.e. 2; Color Guard 3; Sfc. 4; J .V. 8asketball 1; Basketball 2, 3, 4; I n tramurals 3, 4. VICKI JOAN McCOY: October 14, 1947; Altoona, Pennsylvania. Drama Club 1; F.T.A. 1; National Honor Society 3, 4; R .O. T.e. Band Sponsor 3; Sponsor 4; S.A. Represent a t ive 2 ; S A. Alternate I; Class Sec. 3, 4; ntramurals 3; Graduation Marshal 3; Debates 2; Majorette 2, 3, 4. EDWARD JOSEPH McENIRY: February 11, 1947; Yonkers New York. Infra m ura ls 2. EDWARD PHILIP McFADDEN: October 11, 1946; Wheeling, West Virginia. !ntramurals 1, 2 3, 4 MARY SHEA McFADDEN: November 4 1947; Ancon, Canal Zone. Drama Club 2; G.A.A. 2; Pan American C lub 2 ; Office Asst. 3; Intra murals 1 2, 3 TERESA ANN McGANN: October 13, 1946; Margarita, Canal Zone Folk Singers Club 3, 4; F .B.l.A. 4; library Club 2 3, 4; Library Club 4; Pep Club 1; Library Asst. 3, 4; Debates 3 J OHN THOMAS McGRATH : November 2, 1947; P anama, Rep of Panama. Bridge Club 3, 4. Science Club 2; S.A. Representative 4; S. A Alternate 3 liNDA RAQUEl NAAR: December 25, 1946; Panama, Rep. of Panama. Drama Club 1, 2, 3, 4; French Club Sec. 2, P res. 3; Bridge Club 2; Literary Club 4; Mu Alpha Theta 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; National Thespians 4; P an American Club 4; Science Club 2, 3, Pres 4; Pep Club 1; Chemistry Asst. 3; Biology Asst. 4; S A. Alternate 3; Intramurals 1, 2; Graduation Usher 3; Baccalaureate Usher 3; Debates 2; Ladies of the Jury" 3; T he Tavern" 4 KATHRYN JEAN NEHRING: May 2 1947; Seattle, Washington. Drama Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Library Club 2; National Thes p ians 3, Sec. 4 ; Clinic Asst. 2 ; Counselor's Asst. 4; "Our Town 2; "Ladies of the J ur y 3. ELIZABETH SHERRON ANN NETTLES: July 1, 1947; Boonev ille, Mis sissippi. L ibrary Club 4; library Asst. 4. RICHARD JAMES NOLAN: September 23, 1946; Brokton, Massachu setts. R.O.T.e. Pfc. 2. SANDRA ANN OCZKOWICZ: December 3 1 1947; Hagerstown, Mary land Drama Club 2; Folk Singers Club 4; F.N.A. 4; Math Club 4; Mu Alpha Theta 4; Science Club 1 ; Audio V i sual Program 2, 3; Physics Asst. 4; Chemistry Asst 3; Bio[ogy Asst. 3; [ntramurals 3; Zonian 4; C horus 1, 2, 3, 4. D EN[SE IRENE O'DONNELL: August 12, 1947; P ortland, Ma i ne. F.N.A. 4; Office Asst. 4; [ntramurals I, 2; Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Accord i on Band 1,2. EMMIE ELIZABETH O K E llY: May 1 1947; Doug[as, Georgia. BRUCE HAMILTON PARKER: Apri[ 22, 1 947; .. Tokyo, Japan. French Club 3; Folk Singers Clu b 4; Bridge C l u b 4; Math C lub 3, 4; Mu Alpha Theta 3, 4; Science C lub 3; Chemistry Asst. 3; R.O.T.e. H onor G uard 3; Color Guard 4; Sgt. 4; N ationa l H onor Society 4. I n J. E.B. Stuart High School, Falls Church, Va.: National Junior H onor Society 2. ELIZABETH MARI E PARMLY : March 26, 1 947; West Point, New York. I n MOUnT Saint Mary Academy, Newburgh, New York: N ational H onor Society 2, 3. A RTHU R CAPEN PAYNE, JR.: August 20, 1 947; Margarita, Canal Zone. Chess Club 3, Sec. 4. CAROLE ESTHER PEARSON: October 27, 1946; Ancon, Canal Zone. PENNIE ELAINE PELKEY: July 6, 1 946; Wareham, Massachusetts. F.T.A. 3, 4; Glee Club 4. SYLVIA J E A N PERRA: October 13, 1947; Lebanon, New Hampshi r e. F.B.l.A. 4; F .N.A. I 2, 3, VicePres 4; G.A.A. 1,2,3.4; Biology Ass t 3; S.A. Representative 2 ; I ntramurals 1,2,3,4. CHERYL ANN PETERSON: Febr uary 2 1947 ; Ancon, Canal Zone. F B l.A. Sec. 3; Organ Guild Treas 3; Tomorrow's Secretaries A; S.A. Representative 1, 2 3; S.A. Sec 4; Orchestra 3. JAMES W PETERSON: January 30, 1947; Long Beach, California. R .O.T.C. Usher Guard 2 3; S Y Sgt. 4. GEORGE KENNETH PHILLIPS: October 7, 1947 ; Ancon, C anal Zone Folk Singers Club Vice Pres 4; R.O. T.e. Color Guard 3; Honor Guard 3 I; S / Sgt. A; Football 3, 4; Swimming 2 ; I nlramurals I 2; Chorus 1 MICHAEL ALAN PLUCKER: August 19 1946; T raverse City, Michigan Letterman's Club 3, 4 ; Photography Club 3; Shop Asst. 3, 4 ; R.O.T.e. Firing Squad 2 3 4; R ifle Team 2, 3, 4 ; S / Sgt. 4; Footb all 1, 2, 3 4; CZ All-Stars 2. JAMES WILLIAM PREACHER: February 28 1947; Tampa, Florida. KARL T PRESCOTT: July 7, 1944 ; Cristobal, Rep. of Panama. R .O.T.e. Drill Team 3, 4; Firing Squad 3; T rack 1; Chorus 1. RICHARD NEILL PREVOST: August 17, 1947; Raleigh, North Carolina. F olk Singers Club 4; Latin Club 3; L ite rary Club Pres. 4 ; M ath Club 4; Mu Alpha Theta 4; Nat iona l H onor Society 3, 4; Science Club 4; B an d 2, 3, 4 ; Orchestra 2 4; Glee Club 4; Dixieland B and 4 CAROLYN JANE PRICE: January 7, 1947; Margar i ta Canal Zone. F.B.l.A. 3; e.e.e. 2; Tomorrow's Secretaries T reas. 4; Office Asst 4 CATHERINE M. PRICE: June 8, 1947; Panama, R e p. of Panama. French Club 1 ; F.B.L.A. 4 ; F.H.A. 3, 4; Pan American Club 1, 2, 3; c.e.e. 1,2,3,4 ; Tomorrow's Secretaries 4; S .A. A lte rnat e 1; Intr amurals 1, 2 lARRY A. PRINCE: December 2, 1946; Akron Ohio. Chess Club 4; Library Club 4; Math Club 4; Mu Alpha T heta 4; Photography Club 4; S cience Club A; li b r ary Asst. 4; Zon i an 4; R .O. T .C. Usher Gu a rd 4. ROBERT ERSKINE PRINCE: May 15, 19A7; Okmulgee, Oklahoma. Folk Singers Club 3, 4; Science Club 3; R.O. T.e. Aw a rd s B all 3; Color Guard 4; Honor G uard 3, 4 ; MII Sgt. 4; S .A. Alter nate 3; Band 3, A; Orchestra 3, 4; Glee Club 4; Baccalaurea t e Marshal 3; Debates 3; Cheer Leader 4. LUTHOR JAMES QUINN : December 9, 1946 ; Colon, Rep of Pan ama. Lellerman's Club 2, 3, 4; Baseball 2 3, A; All-Zone Baseball 2 3 4; J.V. Baskelball 1; Basketball 2,3,4; Track 2; Intra murals 2, 3, 4. I A. CHRISTINA QUIROS: April 5, 1947 ; Ancon, Canal Zone Folk Singers Club 3, 4; F.N.A. 3; Library Club I, 2; L i terary Club 3, 4; Math Club 3; Mu Alpha T heta 3; Nati onal Honor Society 3, 4; Pan American Club 2, 3, 4; e.c.e. I, 2; Library Asst. 1,2; B iology Asst. 3; Graduation Usher 3. WANDA LOUISE RAMEY: March 13, 1947; Colby, Kansas. Drama Club 1; F.B.L.A. 4; Office Asst. 4. JACK G. RAY: May 25, 1947; Baltimore, Maryland. Photography Club 4; Slide Rule Club 4. J EANNIE REBECCA REYNOlDS: April 14, 1947; Key West, Florida. Folk Singers C lub 4; F.B.L.A. 4; F.T.A. 3, 4; Pan American Club 4. RICHARD S. RHODES: November 8, 1947; Guam. R .O. T.e. Pvl. 4. VAL JON RICH: August 16, 1947; Long B each, California. Glee Club 4. BRUCE ELLIOTT R ICHARDS: July 4, 1946; Ancon, Canal Zone. F.B.L.A. 4; Stamp Club 4. JOHN JEFFREY RIZZO: June 21, 1947; Baltimore, Maryland. Drama Club 3, 4; French Club 3, 4; Folk Singers Club 3, 4; R .O. T.e. 2 3; Sgt. 4. K IMBALL lEONIDAS ROBBINS: September 3, 1947; Washington, D.C. Folk Singers Club 4; R.O.T.e. Rifle T eam 3, 4; Sgl. 4; Football 3; Chor us 4. LAWRENCE JOSEPH ROBERTSON: March 29, 1947; Florence, Arizona. , RUBEN ALEJANDRO RODRIGUEZ: August 24, 1947; Panama Rep. of Panama. Physics Asst. 4; R.O.T.C. Usher G uard 2 ; Rifle Team 4; Sfc. 4. 245

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24 6 KENNETH H. ROTH: November 4, 1946; York, Pennsylvania Science C lub 1; R.O. T .C. Usher Guard 3 4; Cpl. 4; Track 1. PHIlliP WilliAM ROURK: June 16 194B; Mangua, Nicaragua Folk Singers Club 4 ADA A. RUll : August 16, 1947; Ancon, Canal lone. Art C lub 2; Drama Club 2; F H. A 3; Pan American Clu b 2, 3; c.c.c. I, 2 3, 4; Pep Club I ; Counselor's Asst 3 ; S.A. Repres e ntative 3; Intram u rals I 2 3 4 CAROL ANNE SAARINEN: December 24 1946; Ancon Canal Zone. Drama Club 3; F T .A. 1; F N.A. I ; C lini c Asst 4; S .A. Alternate 1; Intramurals 1 2 ; A ccordion Band 1. DOROTHY LORRAINE SANDERS: November 23 1946; Troy, Alabama. Offi c e Asst 4 ; Zonian 4; Chorus 3. JOSLYN MARIE SANG: September 14, 1947; Wah iawa, H awaii. Drama C lub 4 ; Folk S ingers Club 4; F .H.A. 4; U n ite d Nations Club Sec 4. ALFRED SARDINAS: April 26, 194B ; H avana, Cuba. French Club 1, 2; S c ien ce Club 1; J. V Basketball 4. JOHN WALTER SARGENT: July 19, 1947; San Francisco, California. R O T .C. Drill Tea m 2 ; Football 3 LANCEY SAUNDERS: December 12, 1946; Ancon, Canal Zone. Drama Club 1 2 3; Pres 4; Folk S i n g ers Club 3 4; Bridge Club 3, 4; F.H.A. 3 4 ; F T .A. I ; F.N.A. 2; G A .A. 1,2,3,4; literary Club 1, 2, 3; Mat h Club 4 ; N a tional Thespians 4; Photography Club I, 3, Sec. 2; Science Club 3 ; c.c.c. 2; Audi o Visual Sec 4 ; Clinic Asst. 2; I ntramurals 1 2 3 4 CARO L ANN SCHAFER: March lB, 1947; Ancon, Canal Zone. F.B.L.A. 3 4 ; F H.A. 4; Tomorrow's Secretaries 4. SUZANNE SCHMIDT: November 20, 1947; Ancon, Canal lone. I ntra murals 3 ; Majorelte 1; Drill Team 3 4. DALE M SEARLE: February 22, 1947; Ancon, Canal Zone. F.T. A 3; c.c.c. 3; Biology Ass!. 4; S A Alternate 3 RANDALL WARREN SEEMANN: September 9, 1947; M i nneapolis, Minnesota R O .T.C. Awards Ball 3; Pfc 3; Intramurals 4. WEB B B SELF: March 25, 1947; San Juan, Puerto Rico. S .A. Alternate 2; Choru s 3. LYNDALl MARI A SELlENS: J une 10, 1946; Ancon, Cana l Zone. F H .A. 3, Sec 4 ; Chorus 1, 2 EMILIA ESTEllA SEllON: November 3, 1946; Kingston, Jamaica. KATHLEEN ANN SHERIDAN: December 7, 1947; Ancon, Canal Zone. Drama Club I JAMES -l. S LOVER: May 29, 1947; La Mesa, Texas R.O. T .C. Usher Guard 2,3, 4, Pfc. 4. WILLIAM VERNON SMITH: September 16, 1946; Minot, North Dakota. FRANK CRITTENDEN SOUTH JR: January 25, 1 947; Ancon, Canal Zone. F B .L.A. 4; Photography Club I 4, Pres 3; R O.T.C. 3; 2nd Lt. 4; Parrake e t 2, 3, 4; Quill and Scroll 3, 4. D O NNA LOUISE SOUTHWEll: July 19, 1947; Ancon, Canal Zone. Folk S i ng ers Club 3, 4; Literary Club 4; Math Club 3; Mu Alpha Theta 3; S A Alt e rnate 4; Chorus 4; Graduation Usher 3 LETTI E JANE SPARLING: December 1 7, 1946; San J ose, Costa Rica. F B .L.A. 4 ; F N .A. 2 ; Clini c Asst. 2; Intramur als 1,2,3. lEWI S LEE STABLER: O ctober 9, 1947; Anton, Canal Zone Folk Sing. ers Club 3; S.A. R e pr e sentative I, 2; S.A Alt e rnate 3; I ntramurals 1, 2. H E L E N BETTY STEWART : September 8, 1947; Ancon, Canal Zone. F B .L.A. 4; G A A. 4; Pan American Club 4; Tomorrow's Secretaries 4; I n t r a mu r a l s 1, 4 WINIFRED ANN STICH : September I, 1947; Ancon, Canal Zone. Drama Clu b 1 2, 3, V i c e Pre s 4; Folk S i ngers Club 3, 4; Bridge Club 2, 3; F.T.A. I ; Pan Ameri c an Club 1; Office Asst. 4; S.A. Representa t ive 3. SU A. STRAIGHT: February lB, 1947; Greeley, Colorado Office Asst. 4 FRANK CARL SUAREZ: September 25, 1 947; Colon, Rep of P anama. JANET THERESA S ULLIVAN: July 10, 1946; Santa Cruz, California. F.N.A. 4 NOVEl l A JANE SUMNER : September 2, 1947; Rio Piedras, Puerto Rico. Drama Club 1; French Club 1, 2; F B .L.A. Corresponding Sec. 3, 4; Biology Asst 3; R O T .C. Sponsor 4; S.A. Representative 2, 3; S .A. Alternate 1, 4; Chorus 1, 2, 3 4; Orchestra 1, 2 PATRICK LAIRD SWANS TROM: January 21, 1947; Duluth, Minnesota. Football 4; J,V. Basketball 2. WILLIAM SWANS TROM: January 21, 1947; Duluth, Minnesota Latin Club 2; Leiterman's Club 3, 4; S.A Alternate 3; Football 3, 4; Track 4; I ntramurals 4. ROBERT EARL TARR: June 7, 1947; Jackson H eights, New York. Math Club 2, 3; Mu Alpha Theta 2, 3; National Honor Society 3, 4; Photography Club Vice Pres. 4; Science Club 2, 3, 4; Physics Asst. 4; Chem istry Asst 3; R.O.T.C. Drill Team 2, 3; F iring Squad 3; Honor Guard 3; Rifle Team 4; Usher Guard 2, 3; 2nd Lt. 4; I ntramurals 1. VAUGHAN E T AYlOR: October 3, 1947; PorTland, Maine National Honor Society 4; Deba t ing 'Club 3; R O.T.C. Awards Ball 3, 4; Color Guard 3; Honor Guard 3; Usher Guard 3; Lt. Co l 4 ; S A AlTernate 4; Glee Club I ; Orchestra 1, 2 3, 4. DANNY B THORNBURG: December 14, 1946; Belleville, I llinois. B r idge Club 3, Pres. 4; Latin Club 3; Leiterman's Club 4; National H onor Society 4; Science Club 4; Chemistry Asst. 3; Football 3, 4; Zonian 4; D ebaTes 4. In Gordon H. Garrelt H igh School, Charleston S.c.: Class Vice-Pres 2; National Honor Society 2. SHARON LEE TEN BROECK: October 23, 1947; Daytona Beach, Florida Drama C lub 4; Folk S ingers Club 4; F.T.A. 3, 4; Office Asst. 2; Grad uation Usher 3. W ILLIAM FOSTER TILLEY: December 10, 1946; P anama, Rep. o f Panama. Folk Singers Club 4; Mu Alpha Theta 3; Photography Club 4; I nt r amurals 3 W ILLIAM GEORGE TILLMAN: August 8, 1947; Ancon, Canal Zone. Chess Club 4. MICHAEl JOE T O L AND: August 9, 1946; Galesburg, Illinois. B aske t ball 4. I ntramurals 4. ANGEl LOUIS TOLEDO: December 1 3, 1 946; San Juan, Puerto Rico. R.O.T.C. 3; Usher Guard 2; Sgt. 4. BARBARA ANN T OOTHMAN : April 25, 1947; Ancon, Canal Z one. Chess Club 4; French Club 4; F.B.L.A. 3, 4; F.H .A. 3; G.A .A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Pan American Club 3, 4; Photography Club 2, 3; C.c.c. 4; Stamp Club Sec. 3; Counselor's Asst. 3; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. JOH N JOSEPH T RAINOR: October 12 1946; Chelsea, Massachusetts. Chemistry Ass t 4. P ATRICIA SUSAN TRIM: May 9, 1947; Ancon, Canal Zone. F.B.L.A 3, Treas. 4; G A.A. 1 2, 3, Sec. 4; Tomorrow's Secretaries Pres. 4; Office Asst 2; I ntramurals 1,2,3,4. GEORGE MENZIES TURNER: April 10, 1947; Panama, Rep of Panama. R.O. T .C. Band 2; Pfc. 3. PHILIP ANDRE W URIBE: November 25, 1 947; Qutio, Ecuador. J ESSI E VALDEZ: May 26, 1947; Brownsville T exas. Art Club 2, 3; Folk Singe r s Club 4; Science C l u b 2, 3; Pep Club 1 ; B i ology Ass t 2; Intramurals 1, 2. DIRK R I C HARD VAN LOON: July 8, 1946; Panama, Rep. of P anama. leiterman's Club I 2, 3, 4; Football 4; Swimming 1; I ntramurals I 2, 3. GREGORY LEE VAN TASSELL July 10, 1947; ft. L ewis, Washington. Literary Club 4; R O T .C. H onor Guard 2; Usher Guard 2; S.A. Alter nate 2; Band 3

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CYNTHIA VAN VOORHIS: May 23, 1947; Dallas, Texas. R .O. T .C. Band Sponsor 4; Majorette 4. In Randolph H igh School, Randolph AfB, Tex as; Class Parliamentar ian 2. DAISY VARGAS: August 9, 1945; Panama, Rep. of P anama. P an American Club 4 ; c.c.c. 1, 2 3, VicePres 4; Tomorrow's Secretaries 4. GRICELDA H. VASNICK: April 15, 1947; Panama Rep. of Panama. french Club I; Pan American Club 4; c.c.c. 1 2, 4, Sec. 3; Pep Club 1; Inlramurals 1, 2, 3 MIKE ANTHONY VECCH IONE: A ugust 9, 1946; Panama, Rep. of Panam a. ELAINE GRACE VESTAL: September 1 1947; Ancon, Canal Zone. c.c.c. 2; S.A. Representative 1; S.A. Alternate 2; I n tr amurals 1 2, 3,4. DAVID RADAK WARREN: January 13, 1947; P ana ma, R ep. of Pan ama Chess Club 3; Drama Club 3; Math Club 3, 4; Mu Alpha Theta 3, 4; National Honor Society 4; Photography Club 3; Science Club 3, 4; c.c.c. 3; R .O. T .C. Awards Ball 3; Colo r G ua rd 3; Drill Team 2, 3; Honor Guard 3, 4; Rifle Tea m 2, 3, 4; Usher G u ar d 2, 4; 2nd Lt. 4; S.A. Alternate 3; Swimming 3; Glee Club 4. MARY LOU WATKINS: July 14, 1947; Panama, Rep. of Panama. folk Singers Club 4 ; c.c.c. 2, Treas. 3 4; Office Asst. 2 3; R .O.T.C. A ss t 4 ; S .A. Alternate 1, 3, 4; Intr a mu r als 3. RUSSELL WAYNE WATSON: March 1, 1947; Marga r ita, Canal Zorie. folk Singers Club 4; P an American Club 3; R .O. T .C. Band 2, 3; 2nd Lt. 4; S.A. Representative I 2, 4; I ntra mur als 1, 2, 3; Band 1, 2 3, 4 ; Glee Club 4; O r chestra 2, 3; Dixieland Band 2, 3, 4. NANCY LEE WEBBER: December 19, 1946; ft. Hood, T ellas. DOUGLAS HENRY WEEKS: July 14, 1944; Arraijan, Rep. of Panama. AIIZone Baseball 3. CAROL ANN WEINSTOCK: September 26, 1947; Lakewood, New Jersey. Drama Club 4; F rench Club 4; O rchestra 3. ELIZABETH JANE WELLINGTON: January 23, 194B; Sarnia, Canada. F.B.L.A.; G A .A. 2, 3, 47 Counselor's Asst. 3, 4; R.O.T.C. Sponsor 4; S.A. Representative 2, 3, 4; In tr a mural s 2, 3, 4; F .T.A. 3. RANDALL CLARK WERNTZ: April 12, 1947; Warrensburg, Missouri. Stamp Club Pres. 3, Sec. 4 ; Chemistry Asst. 3. In .Warrensburg H ig h School, Missouri: National Honor Society 2. ANTHONY EDWARD WHITE: July 24, 1947; Panama, Rep. of Panama. ness Club 1 2 ; Library Club 1 ; National Thespians 2, 3, 4; Pan Am erica n Club 1 ; Photography Club 1; Science Club 1 ; Stamp Club 1 2 Vice Pre s. 3, 4 ; "Our Town" 2; Ladies of the Jury" 3; "Joan of Lorraine" 3 JIM WILLIAM W HITE: September 8, 1946; Wash ington, D.C. R .O. T .C. Usher G uard 2 ; Honor Guard 3; S fc. 4 PATRIGIA ANN WHITE: May 14, 1947 ; Ancon, Canal Zone. library Asst 2 MARILYN ADELE WHITWORTH December 1 8, 1946; F t Benning, Georgia. JOAN ANN WIDDECKE: November 2, 1947 ; B ethesda, Maryland. Drama Club 2 4, Sec. 3; Folk Singers Club 3, 4; literary Club 2 4 ; N a t iona l Thespians 3, Pres. 4. MARY ELIZABETH WIESE: August 18, 1947; Oceanside, California. Drama Club Sec. 3; Bridg e Club 3; L ite rary Club 3, 4; M a th Club 3, 4 ; Mu Alpha Thet a 3, 4; N a tional Honor Society 3, Sec. 4 ; Science Club 3; R O.T.C. Sponsor 4 ; Graduation U sher 3. WILLIAM GARY WIKTOR: J anuary 3 1 1948; Huntington, P e nnsyl v ania Chess Club 2, 3; Bridge Club 3; Latin Club 3; Science Club 1; R.O. T .C. Usher Guard 2; Pfc. 2; Football 1 FRANK COURTNEY WILDER, October 12 1947 ; Anco n, Canal Zone Math C lu b 3; Mu Alpha Theta 3; Mythology Club 1 ; National Honor Society 3, 4; Science Club 3; S.A. Representative 2; S A Alternate 3; Intramurals 2; Band 1, 3, 4 SUSAN ELLEN WILlENBROCK: January 22, 1947; Panama, Rep. of Panama. Chess Club I, 2; G A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Biology Asst. 4; In tramura ls 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 3, 4. RICK ALLEN WILLIAMS: February 27 1947; Ancon, Canal Zone. Folk Singers Club 4; f.B.l.A. 4; Baseball 4 JAMES DONALD WILLINGHAM: September 15 1947; Gadsden, Ala bam a Biology Asst. 3 JANE CAROL WILSON: January 6, 1947; Ancon, Canal Zone. D rama Club 2, 3; Folk Singers Club 3, 4; F.B.L.A. 4 ; G.A.A. 1; lalin Club 1, 2; Science Club 1, 2, 3; Parrakeet 4; Band I, 2, 3; Glee Club 3 4; Orchestra 2, 3; Debates 3 JANICE MARIE WILSON; September 29, 1946; Rock Hill, South Caro lina. F.H.A. 4; F.N.A. 3, 4; Audio Visual Program 2, 3, Sec. 4; P hysiol. ogy Asst. 4; S.A. Representative 2; S.A. Alternate 1; Majorette 1, 2. ANN KATHERINE WINQUIST: J uly 17, 1947; Pa nama, Rep. of Panama. Drama Club 2, 3; folk Singers Club Sec.Treas. 3, 4 ; Literary Club 3, 4; Math Club 3, 4; Mu Alpha Theta 3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Science Club 2, Corresponding Sec. 3, Rec. Sec 4 ; Pep Club 1; Chem istry Asst 3; S.A. Representative 3, 4; Parrakeet 2; Zon ian 4; Chorus 1; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Graduation Usher 3; Baccalaureate Usher 3; Bridge Club 2 RICORD BURTON W INSTEAD: July 7 1947; Washington, D .C. Folk Singers Club 4; Photography Club 4; Science Club 3 4; R.O.T.C. Usher Guard 2, 4; Parrakeet 4. BETTY WOMBLE: March 1, 1946; Cairo, Georgia. Drama C lub 2, 3,4; Folk Singers Club 3, 4; library Club 1, 2; library Asst. 1, 2; Office Asst. 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 4. KATHRYN ORA WOOD: October 2, 1 947; Santiago, Chile F ol k Singers Club 3; Photography Club I 2; Cho r us 3, 4; Glee Club 3, 4 JERRY WAYNE WORSHAM: December 15 1946; Ancon, Canal Zone Chess Club 3; R .O. T .C. H onor Guard 3 4; lst Lt. 4; Int ramurals 1,2,3; Chorus 3; Orchestra 1, 2. JANET LEE WRIGHT: August 22, 1947; Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Parrakeet 3, 4; Debates 3. HOWARD PETER YOUNG: December 15, 1947; Detroit, Michigan Chess Club 1; Photography Club I; R.O. T .C. cpt 2; Baseball 3, 4; Intramurals 3, 4. LOUIS J. ZARRILlI: July 18, 1947; Philadelphia, P ennsylvania. R .O. T .C. Usher Guard 2. DIANE CHRISTINE ZERR: March 27, 1947; Bryan, T exas. Drama Club 2,3, 4 ; Folk Singers Club 4; F .B.l.A. 4; F.T.A. 3, 4; F N.A. 2 ; G.A .A 4; literary Club 4; United Nations Club 4; Office Asst. 3; R .O. T .C. Band Sponsor 4 ; Intramurals 2, 4; Chorus 2, 3, 4; Maiorette 4 THOMAS lE E ZORNES: March 1 1947; Spokane, Washington. Chess Club 1; Science Club 2; Shop Asst. 2, 3; R .O. T .C. Awards Bait 2, 3, 4 ; Honor Guard 3; Usher Guard 4; l"st Sgt. 4. FRANK N ANSEL: July 28, 1946; Jacksonville, Florida. R .O.T.C. Awards Ball 2; Drill Team 3, 4; 2nd Lt. 4. JOSE ANGVIZOlA: May 2B, 1947; Panama, Rep. of Pan ama. R.O.T.C. 2, 3; Sgl. 4 LINDA SUZANNE ASKEW; february 22, 1 947; Ancon, Canal Zone. Drama Club 2, 3, 4; F.B.l.A. 4; F T .A. 3; G.A.A. 2 3, 4; Office Asst. 4; Chemistry Asst 3; Intramu rals 2 3, 4; Chorus 2 AlCIDES AVILES, February 26, 1945 ; Panama, Rep of P anama. c.c.c. 4; R .O. T .C. F iring Squad 4. ARACELIS AVILES: May 3, 1947; P anama, Rep. of Panama library Club 4; Math Club 4; c.c.c. 4; Library Asst. 4 PAULINA AVILE6: April I ; 1946; Panama Rep. of P anama. L ib r ary C lub 4; c.c.r:. 4. 247

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CASA BHULAR Box 1491 Panama Tel. 2-3446 GIFT SHOP AIR CONDITIONED 22-07 Central Avenue 22-07 Plaza 5 de Mayo Service is Our Business Curundu Radio and T.V. Shop Sears, Roebuck S.A. Store Fully Airconditioned Free Ample Parking Facilities NO MONEY DOWN on Anything You Buy at Sears on Credit Plan Satisfaction Guaranteed or Your Money Back. Shop at Sears and Save. Los Angles ____________________________ 3-1730 Colon ________________________________ 7-1130 OPEN 8:30 to 12:00-2:00 to 6:00 P M Saturday : 8 : 30 to 6:00 P .M. 251

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252 Novedades CALIFORNIA Cent ral Ave. 18-25 (Near Centra l Theat er} Tel. 2-3464-P. O Box 3J74 The best in English Woolens, Dacrons, Suits and Pants hand made to order by expert tailors Biggest Assortment in Gentlemens Clothing ADAM Hats Great Variety in Transistor Radios, T.V. Sets, Record Players, Cameras and Projectors. Parker and Sheaflers Pens. Ronson lighters. Shop and Save at Compliments of GLADYS' BEAUTY SALONS Albrook 7103 Clayton 32009 Kobbe 6117 the Radio-Center Name-brand appliances at Big Discount Prices. Choose from such brands as FRIGIDAIRE, GENERAL ELECTRIC, ZENITH, FEDDERS, RCA-VICTOR, WHIRLPOOL, AMANA, MOTOROLA, WELBILT, and many others. All appliances sold at a tremendous discount to you, and with full factory warranty. We handle all shipping arrangements. For more information and prices, write Airmail: GEORGE MARCUSE-Owner MEL PERMUTT -Manager When in New Orleans, visit our complete appliance store, and SAVE. 260 I South Claiborne Avenue New Orleans, Louisiana

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Courtesy of ZIG ZAG THE FINEST MATERIAL IN TOWN Phone: 2-2390 Don't Worry Get Her Flowers Avenida Central 100-18 Panama DON'T WORRY ... GET HER GIFT THE MORGAN'S GARDENS ANCON GREEN HOUSE Box 5009. Balboa Telephone: 2-2390 Fly V ARIG Jets to Los Angeles and South America All along the way. you're regaled in Varig's Continental manner. You enjoy the service and cuisine that have made VARIG the number airline in passengers carried between the Americas CALL YOUR lATA TRAVEL AGENT OR VARIG Phone Panama: 5-3359 and 5-1505 Compliments of 253

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254 looking for RefreshmentsYou Get More With Malta Vigor Distribuidora National S A. \ \. \ Provedora Marina Serving the Americas With a Complete line of Fishing Supplies-

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256 Compliments of Panama Radio S.A. Telephone 2-0880 PlaIa 5 de Mayo RCA Victor D i stributor RCA Whirlpool Distributor Curundu Flower Shop Flowers for All Occasions Get the best i n : Qual i ty services, and prices by calling: Curudu 7292 Balboa 2 -2793 Distribuidora Plywood S.A. CASINO Plywood in General Special-Ply-Form Telephone 3-7131 3-7414 Panama T ransportadora Unida S.A. WHITE SAND FROM PUNTA CHAME Balboa Avenue Telephone 3-0706 3-0635 Panama, R_P_

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-Compliments of BALBOA BEAUTY SHOP Manager BETTY ROE Courtesy of La Aurora Shoe Store Central AvenuePanama 16 millones Invertiremos en la expansion de las facilidades de nuestros servicios de electricidad, gas y telefono en las ciudades de Panama y Colon. Estamos lIevarub a c.alwl eI priller paso del proyedo a m la instaJati6n de un generadGr de 12.2&1 kw41 en San Francisco de I a Caleta. EI proyecto, que oorar j tres iJ'Ios para CIlmpletarlo ineloye ademas las expansiones de facilidades en la tiL/dad de Panama, un aumento en l a capacidad de la Planta Eleclrica de CoI6n y la conslrucci(Jl de dos sulH'staciones pala efectuar una inleramecci6n de las capacidades de ambas ciudades en LIn solo sistema. Es asf CJJIIIO la CompMifa PanMiena de Fuerza 'I Luz estuw, esta y estari SiellPfe lista para rendir un efidenle servicio elklrico para L1sled. 257

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258 "We move by air, by land, and by Box 5443 Panama, R.P. 200 / Balboa Heights, C Z sea. II. Phone: 5-35/0 Panama 2873 Balboa 4243 Amador "When it comes to moving you can be hooked by a CANE, but not by CAIN BROTHERS!" CAIN BROTHERS -..

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DUTY FREE GRAnD 0 E TIll STORE Central Avenue 17-19 Cable "Bhiku" Tel. 2-3435 Box 1329, Panama The Hous e of French Perfumes and High Class linen. I v ory Figures. Alligator Goods, Fine Porcelain and Brass Wares, Nati v e Products. Oriental Furniture and Rugs Binoculars, Pocket-size Trans i s t o r Radios, and World N o v elties. ."'-... . ... ,"",,,. ,,, . .......... Judged Bes t at Panama Canal Zone Trade Fair BAZAR IMPERIAL Principal Central Ave. 13-112 Extension Central Ave. 15-77 Telephones: 2-2475 2-2313 Telephones 2-1466 \ THE WORLD'S FINEST CLOTHING Panama agents for Florsheim Shoes Box 1410 Panama, R .P. HELEN'S UNEN CENTER Galerias, Panama Central Avenue 17-85 P. O. Box 3161 Tel. 2-4728 259

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2 60 FOR THE BEST IN REFLEX CAMERAS -Canon Chambonnet y Quinta Avenida Childrer Clothing Underwear Telephone 2 Central Avenue Cosmetics Lancome Midnight Colognes Household Goods VISIT Plaza 5 De Mayo-In front of the Chase Manhattan Bank Congratulations and Best Wishes to the Class of 1965 Gulf . GULF PETROLEUM S.A.

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Wri te s Best of all B ecaus e It's built Best o f all. Thinking of GIFTS? -Danish Teakwood Plaza 5 De Mayo Then Think of -Swedish linens and Enamelware -ClOU "The Thinking Ashtray" -CORKBOY Automatic Cork Remover -Stainless Service -China and Crystal -Copper and Brass Articles Curundu 5219 & Daily Pick Up, All P X 's Central lab CURUNDU PHOTO SERVICE Fast Service and Top Quality Pictures Portrait-Wallet-Groups-Copies Photostats-Photofinish ing-Custom Framing license PIX While U Wait HENCO Panama's Newest and Most Original Gift Store HENCO Retail Div. 01 Cia. Henriquez S.A. On Frang i pani Avenue Near th e Stad ium Telephone : 5-0 3 80 261

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262 Courtesy of Casafastlich CENTRAL AMERICA'S LEADING JEWELERS PlaIa 5 De Mayo Since 1932 Telephone 2 0893 La Mar Modes "J" Street No. 1-132 Telephone 2 6478 Panama, Rep. of Panama L adies cock tail cotton dresses, ove r coa ts, suits, skirts, blouses, spo rt wea r and acc es sories. All in lates t s tyl es and m odera t e prices

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Kodak Opens a New Era in Picture Taking Ease! KODAK INSTAMATIC CAMERA With the new KODAPAK film cartridge .. you load instantly automatically so it's ea sier than ever to take good pictures The new KODAK INSTAMATIC Camera is the quick, easy way to better p i ctures. You never touch the film. There's no thread i ng, no rewinding. You just drop in the film cartr i dge Even in bright sunlight. It' s instant. It's automatic And there's nothing to th ink about but the picture There is a KODAK INSTAMATIC Camera to meet your needs See your Kodak I fleale'rtoday! Compliments of CANAL ZONE CREDIT UNION REBECCA LODGE NO. 1 / We, the Zonian Staff, would like to take this opportunity to thank one and all of the many businessmen who have made this yearbook possible. Thank you . 263

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26 4 The Zonian Staff EDITORIAL STAFF JOAN DUNN-SENIOR EDITOR ADMINISTRATION AND FACULTY DEPARTMENT Sue L essiac k Editor Sandra O czkowicz ART AND PHOTOGRAPHY DEPARTMENT Alan E s terline-Editor Kathe Gaylord S t aff Artist ATHLETICS DEPARTMENT D an Thornbu rg-Edit o r L arry P rince CO py DEPARTMENT Ann W inqu i s t -Edito r B e tt y Clark Jani s George FEATURES DEPARTMENT Idette J o hnson-E di t o r . ORGANIZATION S AND ACTIVITIES DEPARTMENT Ju dy H ouse E di t or Virginia Flumac h SENIOR CLASS DEPARTMENT Helen Manning Edit o r Angela Ganser UNDERCLASS DEPARTMENT Carol Bryson E dito r Doro th y Sanders BUSINESS STAFF MR. RUSSELL B TEETER-FACULTY ADVISOR PAT BASHAM--BUS/NESS MANAGER ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT Margarita Mil as Manage r lucy B enitez Gise l a Martinez SALES AND DISTRIBUTION DEPARTMENT Kathlee n C h and l er Manager William Boile r PHOTOGRAPHY STAFF MR. REX ROBINSON-FACULTY ADVISOR Robert Dryja Gabrie l H ernandez P e ter McGrath P aul Shirley Curundu Photo Shop Cremos L abora t ories, R P

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Aamt oo s Edwa r d 1 73 A a n s t oos, H e l e n 18 7 Abbott Vivi a n 1 83 Adai r C ar o n 173 Adair, Marily n 88, 203, 240 Adams, Charles 1 77 Adams, Donald 183 A dams, D o r een 203, 240, 113 A d ams, Sahron 88, 9 7, 96 Aizupur a, Martiza 1 87 Albert, Michae l 203 Alb ertson, R aymo n d 16 7, 1 9 2 Albr i tt on, P a ts y 88 203, 2 4 0, 95 A l b r itto n Wayne 1 67 Alejandro, Sara 203, 240 Aleman, D aniel 203, 19 6 240, 110, 1 20 Alexander I rene 1 8 7 A l exa nder Ruth 1 67 Alf a r o, Camilo 1 77 Alfar o, Carlo s 1 77 Alf a ro Edu a rdo 5 0 1 87 Alfar o Eloy 203, 204, 240, 1 08, 103,93 Alfaro, Fernando 167 A l len, Bobby 173 Alle n J effrey 1 83 Allen, l eona rd 203, 240 Allen, Matthew 1 83 Allen, R ichard 1 77 Almodova r Elba 1 77 A l modova r l eida 2 03, 2 4 0 A l mquis t M ary 1 87 A l mstea d Lai n e 1 7 3 Alpert, Che r y l 187, lOS Alvadaro, Adriana 1 92 Alves, Susan 87, 187 Amburgey, Pahy 1 73 Ande r son, (Mr. C.) 1 42 Anderso n Bett y 1 67, 1 8 7 1 67, 1 0 4,94,91,90 Ander so n Candace 117 A nder son, Deborah 1 77, 1 10, 111 Ande r son, E arl 204, 240 Ande r so n Eric 240, 1 1 9 Anderson, Francis Anderson, Mir iam 177, 187, 113 9 0 Ander s o n, R e b ecca 1 6 7,99 Ande r so n (M r R.) 4 1 142 A ndrews, A n n a 204 24 0, 1 2 4 And rews Eri c 1 93 Andrews, Mary 100 Andrichuk, G uy 1 05, 17 3 Angueira, Vilma Anguizola, J ose 204, 147 Ansel, Frank 2 0 4 1 47, 203, A n sel, T r a cy 2 0 4 Appin, Richard 1 77 A r b a ug h Robert 187 A re n ales, J ulia A r enz, Mary 1 77 A r mijo, lenor e 88, 177 Armijo, (Miss G.) 142 Armst rong, Courtlyn 1 87 A rn ette, Peter 1 67 119 Index Arnold, Car o l e 1 77, 9 8, 1 83, T 73 Arn old, Dian e 1 92 Arruda, Wayne 1 83 Art l ey, Dougles 47, 86, 177 92 Askew, linda 204, 14 7 Askew, Robert 30, 47, 18 7 Askins, Kane 173 A t kins, Alcinda 187 Atkins, leisa 1 87 Atkinson, B renda 1 7 3 A t kinson, Frederick 183 Aftia, A l bert 1 87 Atwell, Donald 173 Aubl e, linda A UDIO V I S U A L CLUB 1 0 7 Augus t J acqueline 1 8 7 Aus t in, Leo 1 73 Avi l es, A1cides 204, 1 47 A viles, Aracelis 20S, 1 47 Avi l es, P auli n a 205 147, 108 1 06 Aya l a, P aulina 205 A yala, C armen 1 67 Aycoc k (Mr. C.) 142 B acot Adila 88, 192 Baco t Richard 205 B acot, Bob 167 Baggon, A l ice 1 77, 9 0 Baggott Ar' 5 1 S2, 5 3 187 Baggon Bob 205, 24 0 Bag lien (Mr D.) 1 3 B BagJie n l y nn 113, 98, 9 4, 1 9 2 B ailey, Bob 1 67 Bailey, Steve 1 77 8ake r Russell 20S, 240 B alch, Barry 1 87 Balch, Charles 1 7 6 B alch, Malcom 192 B alle nger Duncan 1 6 7 B a l m as, Constance 205 240 B anasick, (Mr J.) 1 0 0 142 BAND 113 Bandy, Me rr i 1 30, 1 76, 1 0 7 B anks, A lice 16 7 Bank s, Bill 1 76 B anks, E mily 1 83 B arb, John 1 87, 1 08 B a rber J oh n 47, 20 5 240, 92 B arke m a, J e nn y 1 B 7 Barnes, D o l o r es 33 2 0 5 240 105 9 5 B a rn es, Vicki 1 67, Ill 9 1 B a rr e n P hyllis 1 83 B artecchi, Clara 1 7 6 B art l e tt P a t 1 8 7 9 0 B a rtl ett, Thomas 17 3 BASEBAll TEAM B a sh am, Nan cy 1 8 7 Bas h am, P atricia 1 2 2, 89 206 2 4 0, 2 64 BASKETBALL TEAM B assan, N essi m 1 67 B a t a lden, (M r C.) 1 4 2 B ateman, Miriam 2 0 6 24 0, 106 8 a t es, J ohn 1 7 6 B aue r J o hn 17 6, lB3 Beardall, C huck 1 93 Beato, Ofel i a 1 87, 1 0 8 9 6 Beato, Ronbe r to 1 67, 108,96 Beaty, Vir ginia 206, 240 Beech, Brenda 16 7 Beechner, Edna 88, 114, 90, 186 Beechner, Florinda 1 93 Beldus, (M r J.) 1 42 Bell, D avid 176,99 B ell, Michae l 192 B e ll, Susan 1 93 Bell, Wanda 183 Bembenek, Dian a 18 7 Benham Don 176 B eni t ez, Eridia 1 8 7, 96 Benit ez, Lucy 123, 240, 1 06, 96, 26' Ber g, J anice 206, 2 4 0 B e rger Robert a 128 1 87, 1 0 7 B erl in, C lair 1 76 B e rn ard, B e ttie 1 76 8ernard, l este r 16 7 B erryhill, Che ryl 1 9 2 Bertoli l ouis 1 83 Berhch, Kenneth 1 73 Bettie, (M r G.) 142 B eukema, Sue 173 Beuzard, Bruce 1 7 3 B ezanson, R o b e rt 1 73 Bibbo, J ose 20 6 Bick erstaff, P atricia 10 1 1 00, 1 93 B ierman, Zoe Ann 1 67 B ierbau, Ray 176 Biggs, Che r i 1 9 2 Bilbrey, D avid 192 B ilbrey, Michael 167, 18 3 B ilpuch, Gar y 1 6 7 Bissell, Sherry 1 67, B isse tt (Mrs. R .) 9 0, 14 3 B ilfe l Edwi na 1 87, 93 B l ac k George 2 06 Blackhard, Barre tt 1 92 Blake, Douglas 1 92 Blumbe r g, A l a n 1 87 Blumbe r g, Sandra 1 87 Boehning, E lain e 89, 1 8 6 B oggs, Catherine 186 B oha n non, Gail 2 06, 240 B oile r Bill 122 186 264 B o lton, M ary 1 76, 112 Bondurant, (M r R.) 1 4 3 B ongio r ni, Nan cy 206, 2 4 0 B oos tr om, P aul 1 73 Booth, P a t 88, 10 6, 186 Borden P at 1 76 Borell, James 1 67 B o rr e r o, A n dres 1 8 6 B orrero, N elson 112, 186 B o rr e r o, R icha rd 17 6 B O H omeo, Mar y 192 B oswell, B ruce 240 B oswell, Cindy 1 67, 90 Boswell, An d y 183 Boswell, D eanna 88 Boswell, Howard 206 Botzenmayor, David 167. 11 3, 1 00 Botzenmayor, Sharon 176 112 lOS, 100 Bouche Jean 206, 240 Boughner, Willia m 206, 240, 112 113 Boukalis, Cynthia 167, 8B Boukalis Robert 47 92, 186 Bowen Jam es 176 Bowen, Sandra 110, 111, IB6 Bowman, Sharon 206, 240, 110 124,100,98 Boyd, Diane 176 ,91 Boyd, Sharon 87, 207, 240 Boyer, Robert 176, 107 Brady George 167 112 Brady Jame s 47 B6, 128 105 94 92, lB6 Brady, Mary Jean 207, 240 91 B r ady, Kathy 88, B9, 176 B r adle y Kevin 207, 240 Bran denbu.rg, Dora 207 B rannan, E l izabeTh 240 Brassy, Wayne 1 86 8raswell, Marvin 113 183, 186 8raun Paula 167 88 BreiTkreiez, Sara 192 Breisford, Michael 176 Brelsford, Dick 167, 111 Bremer, Mal ena 176, 117 Brenes, Balfoure 1 86 B r ennan, Gerald 47, 53 176 Brid, Carlos 1 73 BRIDGE CLUB 86 B r idges, Becky 167 Bridges (Sgt. M.) 143 Bridge$, Roy 106 B r igadie r Jo h n 186 Brigham, (Miss M.) 143 Briggs, J ulia 1 66, 169, 166 B r ight, Richard 1 76 Brist ol, Clark 176 Brittain Merrian 207 Brittain Dora 113 1 73 Brog i e Ken 183 Brog i e Dick 192 Bromley Claudina 16 66 88 112 Brooks, Arno l d 166 160 Brooks, lindsay 1 76 Brooks, Richard 1 76, 108, 96 Brooks, She r mane 176 Brown, Andy 46, 47, 128, 1 86 B r own, Beverly 1 76 90 Brown, Brenda 186 Brown, Cathy 166 Brown, Edward 167, 166 8rown, (Mr. F.) 12.4,143 Brown, Stewart 207 240, 9 1 103 92 Brown, (Mr. S.) 52 143 Brown, J oseph 207, 240 Brown, Kathleen 87, 166,90, 192 8rown Kelvin 87 II':! Brown, Marth'} 1 76 Brown Ralph 207 265

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Brown, Ray 166 Brown Sorrell 1 0 0 Brown Suzanne 88, 207, 240 Browne, Carol 192 Bruland ( Mrs.) 140 Bruland Marie 111, 1 07, 186 Bryson, J erry 166 8ryson Carol 123, 2 07, 240 103 98, 94, 90 Bryson Dennis 207, 240, 92 Brzez inski, Dick 47, 130, 1 77, 9 2 Buckler, Jerry 207, 240 Bue no Rosalinda 183 Bundy, Marion 1 93 Burch, Kar en 177 Burda Ralph 208, 240, 1 1 9 Burke, T erri 186 Burke, Marie 183 8urton, Fred 208 Burton Kalh eri ne 193 Bus h John 66 Byrd, Andrea 88, 208 240 Byrd AUSlin 177 Byrd Ronald 166 Byrn e, Michael 177 Cain, Frank 177 Ca i n John 166 Cain, Jomar 192 Calafa l o, Susan 177 Calderon R odrigo 1 92 Callahan, Vicki 166 Calle;a, Mario 208 Calle;a, Marla 92 Campbell Colleen 166 Campb ell, Donna 1 66 Campbell, l inda 208, 240 Campbell, M arc 173 Campion, J erry 87 186 Campo, Cynlhia 166 Canavaggio, M ichele 209, 240 Canham Mabel 177 Cann, Alice 88, 209 2.:0 Canning Douglas 177 Car ey, Barbara 166 Carlson, Jon 177 Carhon Cyn l hia 209, 240, 102 Carneal, lee 209, 240 Carne y, John 1 6 6 C a rney Marie 106 183 Carney (Mr. C.) 96 Carpenler, William 177, 192 Carriago, V arlree 173 Carroll, Charles J.73 Carroll, Mich ael 1 73 C arroll, Micha e l H 173 Carroll, Ronald 241, 1 92 186 Carter, Christophe r 173 CarlOll o, Christine 16 6, 112 Case, George 209, 24 1 92 Case, The r esa 1 66 Cas e (Mr. G.) 165, 144 Cashman Mary 167 ,209,241 Cassad y, linda 177 107 Canibry, linda 186 10 7 Cas l illo Ana 1 77 Cas t ro Aleyda 167 Castro, J e ann e tte 183 Cazorla Ricardo 209, 241. 1 08 Cawl George 1 67 Caw l William 1 77 Ceci l linda 209 241 Chad wick, N a ncy 209, 241, 1 2 5 Chambers, Rebe cca 209, 241, 183 Cham bonne I, J udi t h 1 92 Chan ce, Ruth 88 209, 241 Chan ce'y, J ames 1 77. 1 0 4 Chancey, Rebe cca 210, 241, 1 0d, 90 Chaney, Virginia 88, 238, 241 Chandler, Kathleen 210, 241, 1 02, 1 00, 1 2 2 264, 70 Cha n dler, P atricia 69, 9d, 193 Chappell, Ronald 1 73 Chappell, (Mf. H.) 1 4d Charbonneah, John 183 Charbonneau, Susan 88, 210 24 1 Chase Phyll i s 210, 2dl. 114 Chavez Michael Andrews 1 67 Chavez Michael Armando 167, 193 CHEERLEADERS 117 CHESS CLUB 104 C hesson Dona l d 186 Chisolm P aul 2d 1 Chodakowski, Ann 1 77. 106 Chodakowski P aula 210, 241, 106,103,90 Cholla r (M r s.) 139 C H O RUS 111 Chu, Marcella 167 Chung, Mario 177 Chu r chville, louis 87.186 Churchville, Vicki 165. 1 73 C late, Ale ika 210, 2d l Clark. Alfaro 183 Clark Belly 123, 186, 264 Clark Claudia 186 Clark, Del bert 177 Cla r k Dennis 167 Clark Jacquelyn 167 Clark lee 167 Clark linda 167 C l arke Nancy 177 C l arke, Roberla 1 67 Clarke, Steve 210, 241 Claybourne, Stephen 186 Cleghorn: Robert 1 83 Cleveland, Rober t 1 77 Cli nlon, Cathy 87, 88, 1 05, 1 93 Clinlon, John 210 Clouse, Elizabe t h 177 Cobb, Diane 88 210, 241, 90 Coverly, John 173 Cofer M elanie 177 Cofer : Mich ae l 210, 241 C offey, Susan 177 Cohen, Mar i orie 186 Cohen, Patri cia 167 1 69, 111, 105 Co lb r un, Charles 2 1 0, 2 4 1 ,118 Colclas ur e, Mar iam 1 6 7 1 1 3 Cole, John 1 77 Collins, Chr i sti na 1 08, 9 8, 94 183 Collins, ( M rs. M.) 144 Collins Peggy 1 77 Collister, Lorene 1 8 7,91,90 Collve r (Mr. R.) 144 Cona r d, Candace 87 :onar d, Dav i d 167, 110 CONCERT C H OIR Conne r (Mf. D.) 144 Conyne, James 1 8 7 C oogan I;'atricia 167 8 8 Coo k Caroly n 1 7 3 Coo k James 4 7 52, 1 77 Coo k (Mr. J .) 144 Coo k Susa n 1 92 Cookson, Robe rt 16 7 Coombs, Craig 1 04, 1 73 Coombs, Steve 10 4 192 Coone, Susa n 167,99,97 Cooper John 2 1 0, 24 1 Cooper Mar y 211, 2dl, 102, 90 Cooper Ronald 211 Coporropa, ( M r.) 140 Corco, Miguel 187 Cornn Carl 1 77 Co rr igan, Michael 1 77 Corte l loni, Gran t 1 73 Cortes, l uis 1 67 Cortner, Mark 1 73 Corwin, Michael 1 7 7 Cough l i n Robert 1 87 Coving t on, Pau lette 177 1 73 C r a d doc k Daisy 105,99 1 7 5 C r aig, K ris tin 16 7,87 Crane, James 1 12 183 C rawford, Wallace 96, 173 C refie, Alf red 9 6 C reque, Ann 16 7 90. 1 9 3 C r i t ch, Ann 2 1 1 24 1 Crosby, Michael 211. 2 41.111 C r ouch, Ruth 1 87 110, III C rump, Ronald 41, 47, 187, 128 92 Crumley, James 211, 241 C ru mley, Richard 173 C r ush, R osemary 187 Cu l hane, Diane 1 67, 8 7 C ulhane, l inda 2 1 1 24 1 C u r tis, Bonnie (Mrs ) D aigneau, Rosal yn 1 57 D alton, Mary 1 73 Danie l K a t herin e 17 3 Danie l R o b ert 212, 2 4 1 97, 119 Darden, T wila 112,173 Dau b i n, W i lliam 2 1 2, 241, 116 102, 9 4, 118 D avis, Ray 1 92 D avis, l a u rence 4 7 lB 3 Davis Luther 241 D avis, Margarita 2 1 2, 24 1, 1 0 4 96 Davis, Mark 1 68 D avis, Nancy 16 8 D avis, Victo ria 1 68 D ay, M au reen 1 73 Dea l Floyd 173 D e Alba. F loy d 1 67 Dean D o n ald 167 Dean, Frances 110 1 11. 107 1 9 3 D e A r mas (Mrs. L.) 1 0 8 144 Deba rr Sand r a 1 68 D E B A T E R S 105 D e Camp, Camille 1 8 7 1 6 8 Deeme r Jeanine 1 7 7 Dees, Joh n 183 D ees, Stephen 1 67 Deforle, (Mr. A.) 1 37 Dehner Caprice 1 6 7 Dehlinger, P e t e r 33, 177 D e Janon, Mariso l 1 93 Dekle, (Mr. J.) 1 44, 1 4 5 De La Guardia, L ilia n a 1 77 De L a Mater (Mrs. V.) 145 De L a Pena, James 187 D e lima, Vil ma 167 D e Mena, lilana 19 2 Deming, William 177 Dempsey, D avid 183 Denn y, David 1 83 Denny, Rodger 1 92 D en t on, J erry 212, 241 Denlon, l ois 1 77, 113 1 05, 91 D e Obal dia, A malia 1 87 D e Pipe r V a l erie 10 0, 1 7 3 D efter, Gail 8 8 187 D errick Robert 1 8 3 D errick, Sharon 1 67, 1 0 5 Dessert, Suzanne 212 241 Desser t Robert 46, 4 7, 212 24 1 92 De S tefan o Michele 24 1 1 0 6 Detamo r e, B arbara 1 8 7, 112 Deveau, Donna 1 67 Deveau, Edward 2 1 2, 116 Deveau, Frank 177 D iaz Diovelis 173 D iaz Yadi r a 183 D iaz (Mrs. M.) 96, 145 Di Blasi, l ucia I B7 Di Fro n zo, D iane 1 6 7 ,87 D ignam, Mar y 88, 8 9 2 1 2 241 D i l fe r Jim 130, 1 77, 1 7 5 Dillo n, C h ris 1 8 7 D illo n M a r k 1 73 D i m mic k Ca t he r i n e 212, 24 1 D i R osa, Roger I B7 Disharoon, Frank 212, 2 4 1 111 92 Disha r oon, John 16 7, 1 18 Dishong, Chris 1 73 Dishong, F ranklin 1 9 2 Disney Gloria 167 Dixon, Ca r olyn 177 Draughton, W oodworth 187 266

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Dros ti, Sandr a 1 67 Doherty, N ei l 183 D o l an, George 1 87 D o l an, James 47, 183 D o l an, Joseph 1 67 Dola n Katherine 2 1 2, 241, 95 D ollar, Robert 177 Dominguez, Linda 2 1 2 D o mi nguez. Mildred 193 Donaldso n Daniel 1 73 D o n a ldson Michael 213, 24 1 Donaldson Patrick 1 92 D o n l ey, R ichard 1 1 3 1 83 D o r a n Michael 1 87, 116 D on n elly, P a t rick 1 77 D onovan, J oh n 183 D o r ff, D ennis 105, 1 73 Dougherty, William 1 46, 1 92 D ouglas, B arry 1 73 Douglas, Bruce 2 13, 24 1 D ougJass, larry 213, 241. 116. 103, 1 18 DRAMA CLUB AND T H E SPIANS 87 Draughon Gerard 173 Draughon, Woodworth 1 92 D ros t e, Sandra 167 D r yja, Rober t 36, 107, TOO, 255, 2 13, 9 7,241, 122 2 64 Dub r off, Marion 167,88 Dubr off, Michael 1 87, 1 04 Dudgeon, Maxi n e 88, 9 1 183 Dudley, 8eth 1 87, 114 D udley, J a nice 183 D uff us, I n e r y 183 D u g as, leslie 114, 19 3 D uis b e r g, Ge r a l d 1 8 7 Duke, G l oria 1 87, 1 07, 1 00 D uke, Wil l i am 96, 1 73 D uncan, Ann 242 D uncan, Thomas 1 67 Dunkelberger, Thomas 183 D unn, Joan 1 22, 213, 2 42, 264 Dunn, Michael 167 Durbon, Mary Anne 87. 110, 183 Du Vall. Barbara 187 E arl, P a t ricia 94, 187, 1 24 E kens t am, Darrell 1 77 Edberg, Marga r eta 179, 94,112 Eddleman, l aura 167,90 Ede r Edwar d 1 0 1 1 73 E golf. W illiam 242 92 Ehle rs, Jolene 88 Elefter i n Greggor y 179 Elek K arla 1 1 0, 111 E l i a, P aul 243, 1 87, 192. 183 Elisberg, Mic h ae l 1 7 9 1 0 4 Ellis, P riscilla 1 67 E llis, (Miss J.) E ly, R amo n 167 E merso n Donald 24 2 213 E merson, John 1 93 E merso n J udith 168 Engel ke, Kathleen 192 Engelke, Robert 242, 2 1 3 Engel ke, Susan 168, 1 83 Engel man, Sherri 183 Epperson, Bill 179 E rmish E llen 168,87 ErnsT, Charles 173 Esparza, Alejandro 168 E sTerline, Jacob 86, 122 251,234, 213,264 E sterline. John 168, 104 E sTripeaut, Rene 187 Etchemendy, Peter 242 Etchemendy, Stephen 168, 107 E vans, Evan 213 E vans, Robert 47, 183 E verson, Randall 242, 2 1 3, 1 03, 118 Eytalis, Joseph 183 Fade, Deborah 87 ,110,193 Fade Patricia 1 68, 169, 105, 110 F alconi, Norma 183 F all Becky 168 89, 91, 111, 118,71 Fall, William 243 213 Fallon, Patrick 1 68 farnsworTh (M r R.) 144 Farnsworth, Ron 1 68 Farr, Carolyn 187 F arr, Tom 242 F arrow, Donna 242, 214 Faulkner, Diane 173 F aulkner, Paula 242, 214 Fawzy, Maira 168, 105, 1 1 1 Fehrenbach, James 173 Ferrell, Tracy 192 Ferrufino Juan 183 Figuroa, linda 192 173 Figueroa, Norma 179 Fildes, Norman 192 Filo, Calherine 87,173 Finlason lois 179,90 F inn, David 1 79 Fischbach, Paul 168 Fischer (Mr W.) 28, 29, 36, 37 f isher, David 168 99 Fisher, Ina Rae 242, 214 F isher, Wiley 179 Filch, Debbie 173 F ilch, Mike 4 1 130, 178 Fitzgerald, John 243, 214, 92 Fletcher, linda 187 Florcruz, Pau l 101 F lores, R aquel 1 68 F l owers, Susan 168 F lumach, Virginia 122, 242, 104, 103, 98, 96, 94, 264 Folger, Ga r y 168 Folger, Wayne 168 Fontaine, Charles 183 Fontaine, lewis 242, 214 105, 103,94, 121 FOLKSINGERS ClUB 1 05 FOOTBALL TEAM 47 Fore man, Gerald 168 Forre s t B arbara 168 Fortune Bertha 173 Foscue, Macon 168 FOSTer, Jeanelle 242 187 FosTer, John 118, 192 Fosler William 113 173 Fox, Fred 179 Fox George 187 Fraley, (Mr. l.) 145,147 Frauheim Lynne 89, 179, 107, 1 05 Frederi ck, larry 179, 105 Frensley, Carrie 88,183 Freidel, Keith 173 f r eidel, Michael 242 2 1 4 F rith, Katrina 179 Fulch er, L eslie 37, 242, 214, 120, 119 Fulch er, Thomas 173 Fulton S teve 242 214 fussell, Norris 179, 192 FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA 88 fUTURE NURSES OF AMERICA 9 1 FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA 90 Fuqua Barbara 192 Fuq ua, Patr icia 242. 214 Galego, Olga 187 Galla Benha 1 83 Galla rdo, Freddianne 128, 114 Galya, David 1 68 Gangle, James 192 Ganser, Ange l a 123, 242, 215, 110,264 Garavaflta, Andrea 179, H I Garavanta Francis 242, 215, 92, 12 1 Garber, W illiam 187 Garcia Dan iel 173 Garcia Della 242, 215, 124 G arcia, Fred 111, 193 Gar cia, Gilbert 173 Garc ia, linda 242, 215 Garcia, Mary 89, 242, 215, 105, 110 Garner, Donald 173 Garner Glenda 179, 9 6 Garner, H enry 242, 2 1 5, 96 Garriga. Joseph 35, 192 Garr i son, Nancy 1 83 Garza, James 168 Gasperi, Regina 105, 10 1 1 83, 99 Gaslin, Remer 168 Gately, (Mr. F.) 126, 1 27. 1 45, "7 Gaudiano, hzel 104,96,193 Gaylord, Kathe 123, 187, 264 Geddes, Gary 242 2 1 5 Gegenhei mer Janet 242, 215, 110, 111 Gemmel. Fred 179 Genlher, Sandra 242, 215, 104, 102, 101 George, Janis 123 242.215 264 George, Thomas 173 Gerh ardt, Keith 168 Ger ha rdt Kelly 168 G etzler, P e ter 168 104 Giard i na C atherine 187 Gibbs, Alan 168 Gilman Pau l 179 GIRLS' ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 89 Gla ss, Luis 168 Glass Sylvia 242 215 Gleise r S u zanne 168 GIOlzer, louis 179 Goe Julia 88, 242, 238, 91 Goj me rac, Theresa 179 Goldfein, Anne 179, 101,98, 112 Goldfein, Debbie 105, 101, 113, 173 Gomez Diane 173 Gomez, Eddie 183 G onzalez. Albert 187, 192 Gonz alez, Jorge 192 Gonzalez, J uan 179.242,215 Gonzalez, R icha rd 187 Gonzalez, Zaida, 242, 2 1 6, 102, 98,96 Gordon, Marlene 216 Gorin, Diana 168, 105 Gough, William 183 Goulding, frances 242, 216, 95 Goulding, James 183 Grace, Bargara 168 Graham, T e rry 242, 216 Graham, (Mrs. F.) 145, 1 47 Gramlich larry 216 Greene, Maurice 46. 2 1 6 Green, Susan 242, 106, 238 Greene, Arthur 47, 92, 183 Greene, (Mr R.) 1 45 47 Green, Holly 193 Green, Peggy 88, 187 Green, Suzanne 179 Greig, Thom as 168 Grey, David 173 Grey, Kathleen 87, 205, 242, 2 1 6, 1 05 Griffin, Rick 53. 179 Groves, lana 192 Grow, John 120,.242,21 6 Guarnieri, Linda 173 Guibert, E l izabeth 89, 193 Guillen, Edu a rdo 183 Guinn, Clyde 187 Gunderson, Esthe r 242, 216, 110 Gurney. Michae l 242 216. 1 05, 110 Guthe r ie, T imothy 183 Gwaltney, Curtis 242 Haberlh ei r Jan 187 267

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268 Hadstale, J o hn 173 HaU Danelle 88 91 H aff, Larry 189 Hagar Carol y n 168 169 Hagar Phy llis 189 Hak y, Barbara 168 ,88 Haky, Diana 88, 242, 217 Hale William 243, 217, 120 H all, Jerry 243 217,118 Hall Norman 45, 46, 243, 217. 92 H all, Robert Jr 243, 217 118 Hall Susan 179, 1 0d, 101 Hall Willie 179 Hailey Susan 183 Halliday, John 189 H am iilon, l inda 189 Hammeller Robyn 89, 178, 105 Hanks, Mary 178 Hanley, John 178 H anley, P a t ricia 173 Hann igan, Patri cia 178 99, 89, 110 Hanley Sandra 243, 218, lOS Hanna, John 192 Han son, James 243 216 H anson, Warren 178 Han shaw ( Mr W.) 145,147 Harbaugh Jill 168,87.106 Hard i n, (Min J.) 145,147 Harned, Ronald 192 Harp, (Mr. e ) 146,148 Harrell, Judy 173 Harrington, Charles 168 Harringt on, Richard 45, 47, 189 92 H arris Edg ar 168 Harr is, Elizabeth 168, 113 Harr is, Marshall 168 H arrison, Charles 168, 192 Harris on, Christine 168 Harr ison, Gail 113 Harrison L illia n 16e Har t Micha e l 168 Harv ey, Vic key 168 H arvey, Vivian 189 Haselden, ( Mrs 5 ) 146 148 Hanler. R i ta 183 Hat chell, (Mr. E ) 146, 148 Hatfield Patricia 90, 173 H auntz, Amelia 178 Hawk, Marc e lla 178 Hawthorne, Allen 168 Hawthorne, Connie 86,243,216, 90 Hay, I s aac 189,53 Hayes, Parricia 178 Haynes. Sandra 1 73 Hays, Helen 193 H ea d Jam es 178. 1 0 7 Head, Susan 173 Hearne, James 192 Hedden. J udit h 168 Hedden, Shirley Beth 127 Hedman, Vivien 243, 218 H e l e, 205, 243, 218 Helm, Linda 88, 178 He lm, Mary 168 Henderson, Cora 95 H endricks, Elizabeth 243 218 Hend rickson, P e t e r 47, 92, 192 Henry, Ray 169 Hermanny, Thomas 169 Hernandez, Gabriel 101,97, 189, 113, 264 Hernandez, Prisc illa 243, 218 Herrera Cora 250, 243, 218, 1 08, 98,96 Herrera, Norma 189 Hertz, Ines 178, 1 0 4 ,94,93 Heskew, Joe 182 Hester, Sheryl 243, 218, 124 Hellenbach, linda 189 Hey, Joanne 178 Hibbert, Alfred II 46, 243, 218, 92 Hibbert, Susan 189 H ibner, Canandra 193 Hibner, Geoff 178 H ickey, Elsa 178, 108 Hicks, James 173 Hicks Jane 178, 173 H icks, Pamela 192 Hidalgo Elisa 169 Hideaway, Fernando 53 H iggins, Krist ina 192 Higgins, Pamela 178, 101,91,192 Hill, Susan 169, 105 Hilliard, linda 189 H illiard, Sidney 183 H inek, Alexander 192 H indman, Diane 243, 2 18, 103 95, 109, 119 H irsch, Arlene 169 H i rschle Jeffrey 243, 2 1 8 103, 97, 113 Hobbie, ( Mrs N.) 146,148 Hoenke Roger 31, 243, 218, 10J, 102,94, 103 ,121 Hogan, Cesar 173 Hogan, Daniel 189 Holcomb Gene 183 Holcroft George 192 H olcroft, Jane 178 H olcroft, Sheila 243 218, 105,95 Holden, Carol 189 Holgerson, J udith 88, 173 Holland, Norman 169 Holloway, James 168 Holmber g, Thomas 189 Holmes, Bea r rice 178, 90, 173 Holmes, Dennis 169 Homa, Bruce 179 Homan, Celeste 179, 112, 173 Homan, C lyde lOS, 113 Hoogland, Russ ell 34, 243, H opkins, Barbara 189 114 H o tz (Mr. T ) House, Edward Jr. 105, 113, 113 219 192 House, Judith 126, 126 122, 205, 243 218 105 103, 94 264 Hovan Esther 88, 243 Ho yle, Richard 97, 189 Hoyt Jacqueline 189 Hud gins, James 189 Huertas Blanca 89, 189 Huff L inda 88, 189 Hugh es, Lance 169 Hughes, Robert 169 H ulme, Sylvia 182, 105 110 Humma Michele 179 H ummel, ( Mr. L.) 196, 146 148 Humphrey, Kathleen 173 Humphrey, Scoll 179 H unt, Bruce 189 Hunt ( Mr. J.) 146,149 H unt, Janel 89, 143 Hunt Jerrilynn 128, 89, 189 90, 117, 128 Hunt Michele 183 H unt, Theodore 129 Hunter William 128 189 128 Hurt Dav i d 169 Husted, Louis 47, 53, 179 107 Husted, Nidia 179, 183 Hutchin son, ( Mr. L.) 37, \46, 149 H utchison, Vicki 88, 243, 219 Hyatt David 104, 173 Hyd a, D ianna 243 219 Hyre, Stephen 183 Inacs, Ingrid 179, 173 Jacobson, Andy 205, 243, 210, 124 Jackson, Edna 1 79, 90 Jackson, Lynn 243, 219 James, Melodie 243 219 Jankus, Rennee 192 Janson, Pachita 189 January, Denn is 86, 182 Jaramillo, Mario 169,95 Jarvis, Brian 179, 192 Jemmott, Theodore 192 Jenki ns, 8entley 105, 1 01, 94, 189,185 Jenkins ( Mr L.) 146,149 Jenkins, Wat 169, 116 Jenner, Christie 1 89 Jenner, James 47,179 Jensen, Jan Ill, 193 Jensen, Jean Ill 192, 173 Jensen, Joan 111, 173 Jepsen, Keith 188 Jilli, Edmond 101, 192 JiIli, Margarita 179,91 Johnson, Idette 123, 87, 243 220. 102, 98, 94, 93 Johnson, Isis 243, 220, 99, 98, 94,113,102,124 Johnson, Lesbia 88, 179 114 Johnston, Jerre 192 Johnstone, Kathleen 169,87 Jones, Frankie 179, 107 Jones, Janet 169 Jones, Jeanette 169,243,220 Jones, Loren 88, 243, 192 J ones, Lynda 243, 220, 187 Jones, Patr icia 179, 101,93,11 2 Jones, Randall 33, 47, 1 30. 179 Jordan, Robert 179 Joyner, Charles 220, 103, 118 Joyner, Frank 179 Jul ian, Louise 169 Jurgens, Christopher 183 J ustice, Jr. 188 Justice, Kenneth 169 Justiniano, Delfina 95, 106, 108, 220 Kaelin, Susanne 88, 188 Kaiser (M r E.) 110, Ill, 112 146 149 Kaisch, Kenneth 30, 93, 98, 104 Kaplan, Michey 105, 169 Kucher Nancy 192. Kat, Donald 188 Kaufmann, larry 113 169 Keefe, 8ernhard 183 Keen, (Miss M,) 147, 149 Keeney, Brian 220 Keeney, Ronald 192 Keeslin g, Garland 220 Keesl ing, James 179 Keller, W i lliam 169 Kelley, Cathy 9 1 169 Kelly, R ichar d 183 Kelsey, Patrick 192 Kennedy, Beth 110, 113 Kennedy, Carolyn 169 Kennedy, William 179 Kennington, Gregory 3 1 102, 220 Kenn ing ton John 173 Kenn ington, Molly 188 Kerin Douglas 164 Kerin, Michae l 188 Kerr, Karen 101,94 Kerr Robert 129, 192 Keys, Karen 89, 91, 179 Kiamco Jorge 220 K i lpat rick, Rob ert 118, 220 Kimsey, Robert 188 King, Gary 188 King, Linda 220 K inner, Kathie 87, 90, 169 Kirkland, Velma (Mrs.) 1 78 Kirmer, Nelly 96, 243 Kite, Martha 193 Klages Karen 188 Klette, Charles 86, 182 Klipper, Robert 243 Kloske, Phill ip 108. 179 Knapp, (Mrs. M.) 98, 150 Knapp, (Mr. H ) 147,149 Knapp Margaret 243 Knick, (M r J.) 36

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Knight (Mrs. l.) 147, 150 Knight, Nora 188 Knight, Rosalind Knoop (M r R.) 147 150 Knox Margaret 188 Koenig Frank 243 Kohan (Mrs. S.) 94, 1 47, 150 Kohan Serge 192 Kosa A Vivien I l l 1 79 KOf, Edward 1 73 Kotal i k John 47,188 KotaJik Susa n 9 1 Kotalik, Susanna 88,169 K o z lowski, John 183 Krap fl. A rthur 1 83 K rapfl, W i lliam 243 Kristoff, Kim 192 Kristoff, Rhonda 130, 179 Laboy, Martha 183 Laboy, Mati lda 183 la Fuente Russell 100,12 1,243 lagneaus, Stephen 188 L agassi e, Olga 96, 192 l air Mary 86, 88 193 L air Walte r 183 l aird, Sandra 110 113, 173 landrum, Calvin 22 1 243 L ane, Douglas 169 L ane, Elizabeth 119, 1 2 1 1 29, 22 1,243 L ane, (Mrs. P.) 1 37 l ane, Robin 5 1 243 l ane, Sharon 93, 169 Lane, Susa n 1 83 l ane, Timo t hy 168 L ansfo r d, Jack 221, 243 l arson, Judith 173 L arkins, M a rk 47,188 l a Rue, Marga ret 173 l astinger, James 118 221. 243 L atime r (Mrs. A.) 88, 147, 150 LATIN CLUS S P Q R 99 L avelle e. Robert 221 L a vender Yvonne 99, 1 05, 112 1 79 Lawr ence, Eva 221, 243 lawrence, Vicki 221, 244 L awyer, Robert 113 ,221,244 L ay, Ricardo 222 L aychak, Floyd 1 68 lear ned, Danie l 222, 2 44 learned, Den nis 1 79 Leaver April 1 88 L e Blanc, C l iff 179 Lebrun, Kathleen 1 92 lee, Gerald 6 1 92, 222, 244 lee, Penny 89, 188 lee, Vielka 96 168 Lee, Yolanda 96, 168 Leen, Dennis 1 73 l e Febvre, Dougl a s 188 l e Febvre, James 113 1 73 Lehan (Sgt.) 1 47, 150 leideg, Milton 1 83 leman (Mrs. P.) 148 ,151 Lemaster Marilyn 1 10, 1 1 1 ,222, 244 l emaster, She ila 168 l ennevilJe, Walter 189 leonardi ( Sgt.) 147, 151 lesser, Pamela 222 244 l e sser, R ichard 168 l essiack, Sue 36, 89, 94, 1 02, 105, '17, 123, 126 222, 2 44 264 Leszcz, Madala ine 168, 189 L eszcz, Mary 168 LETTERMAN'S CLU8 92 l ewis, Edward 47, 1 73 l ewis, Joseph 179 l ewis, Thomas 104, 222 lewter, Barbara 2 2 2 2 44 LIBRARY CLU B 1 0 6 Limm, Alexand e r 96, 168 lindh, Jaan 89, 183 linfors Geo r ge 94 103 22 2 2 4 4 l i tt ig, Michael 192 L itTl e Harold 223, 244 L i ll o n Kath lee n 107, 193 Llana Gregory 179 Llana. Stephen 182 Lloyd, Richard 168 Loai aza Juliet e 189 L omas, Gail 179 Lombardi, TimOThy 189 Long, linda 112 l o r d, Jessica 168 l ovelace, Mike 179 L ovelady, Jacquelyn 89, 114,211. 222, 24 4 L ovelady, lewis 1 79 Lovell, l ionel 223, 244 Loyd, Shirly 223, 244 L ucas, Kathy 179 Lugo Aymee 88, 223 244 l ugo, E lieze r 1 79 L ugo, Janice 168 L ugo, Marco 189 luk e 8renda 88, 1 79 L uke, Lynda 223 244 Lundquist, Carol 168 L ynch, Dillion 189 l ynch, Ga i l 223, 244 Lyons, Will i am 168 Ma, Diane 1 00, 17 9 Mable, Cad 124, 223, 24 4 Mab r y, G eorge 16 8 Macch i a r ella, 8arbar a 18 2 MacDonald, Shirley 223, 244 Macdonell, Margare t 183 Macdo n ell, Pat 113 183 Macken z ie Nicol 1 0 7, 168, 173 Maduro, Yolanda 17 1 Magu i r e James 171 Major, Frank 2 2 3 Major, Marlene 182, 179 Male Tho mas 47 92 1 05 1 9 2 M alene, Ant oine lf e 93, 192 Malene John 179 Malinowski 8arbara 171 Mallahan Robert 1 79 Mallory, LeSler 4 7, 93,19 3 Malstrom D iane 171 Mal o ne Mar jorie 183, 189 Malone M ichae l 183 189 Malon e, T imo thy 223, 244 Mal o ney Eri n 182 Maloney, Gerald 192 Maloney, Timothy 4 4 47 92 Mal s trom Robert 189 M a nkin, Tommy 173 M ann, Sharon 180 M a nning Alb e r t 193 Mann i ng Delores 180 Mann ing, H e len 103 113 123 223 244, 264 Manning Mathew 1 92 Marano Belly 88, 189 M arano, Janey 88, 192 Marano Jo Ann 88, 171 Marchuck, Doris 99 ,171 Marcus Lowell 105 223 244 Marlow Bon i ta 18 0 Marlo w, Don a ld 17 1 Mar ks, Har o ld 12 0, 224 244 Marks Wanda 96, 189 Mark u n Meredith 100 1 1 0, 112, III Markun Sybil 99 105, 1 1 0, 1 8 0 Mar ohl, Karl 17 1 Maron e y, ( M r A.) 148 Maroney, Barbara 224 Marr, Russell 192 Marsh, H ugh 224 Marsh Jeff 144 Marsh P am 180 Marsh all, David 171, 180 Marshall Linda 180 Marti ,JoAnn 107 110 111, 189 Mar i t e, Jess e 171 Mart i nelli Raul 171, 262 25 2 Martin e z Gisela 123 255 256 264 Mart i n ez, Heberto 183 Martinez Pedro 182 M arti nez W i lfredo 173 Mart i n, Doris 104, 189 Martins, R ita 106, 224, 244 Mason, L inda 171 Mason, Nancy 19 3 Mat hewson, Ren e 104, 171 Matthews, ( Miss H.) 151 Mall ieson, David 171 May Vernon 183 McArthur, R osana 90 93, 168 M cAndrews, Adienne 2 44 McCarragher, Pat 121, 244 2 66 McCa uil!y, Michael 244 McCla i n Linda 88 McClure Michael 180 McConaughey David 182 McCoy Vickie 1 02, 10 9 118 121, 1 96, 226,244 McConney C harles 1 04 M c Enity Edward 226 244 McGann, T ereasa l4S, 226 205 M cGrath, John Thomas 145, 226 106,97,193 Mcleed, William McMunigJe, P hi l ip 189 McNabb Gerald 189, 192 M c Namme Bernandelle 189 McMunigle Elaine 168,87 McNamee Vernon 1 83 McNaught, David 192 McNeese Edn a 192 McNeese J an e lf e 1 7 1 105 McQueary, Robert 180 McTadden, Mary Shea McT adden, Edward 226, 224 Medcalf Julie 87 173 M e dcalf lenora 189 Med ina, ErnesT i n a 189 Meeboer, Richard 244 Meeboe r Susan 192 Meggers, Albert 112 192 Melane B 104 Mel anson, K at hy 173 Melant M ike 183 M e ngel Maria 180 M e r iwether, Cecilia 224, 244 Merr ill, Robert 224, 244 Metheny Heather 224, 96, 244 Metzger, Richard 189 Meyer, L ois 90, 94, 105, 110, 180 Meye r P aul 94, 102, 118 196, 211,224,2 44 Meyers, Michele 105, 189 Michae l Donna 224, 244 Michel P amela 189 M i kosz G eo rge 189 Miku l ich, (Mr. M.) 148 ,151 Milam (Mr. l.) 150 152 MillIS, Ju ani ta 96 1 00, 105, 1 75 180 Milas Margarita 96, 103 lOP 1 23 224 244 264 Miller Bruce 189 Miller, E lizabeth 224 244 Miller Elizabeth 224 244 Miller H ilda 1 89 Mille r Mary 89, 224 244 95 Miller, Mike 225, 244 Miller, Vickie 180 M illo r L ou rdes 180 Mills, Ala n 1 73 M ills, Donna 180 Mills, Mar tin 173 Mills, Sandra 180, 23 Mitchell, Merrilyn 1 92 Mitchell, Raymond 171 Mitchell, Susan 193 M i tchell Thom a s 47 192 M illag, Harl an 171, 100 97 M illen, Christine 171, 90 M i zra chi, H aim 189 M i zrachi, Rapha el 171 269

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270 Moberly, Sheryl l yn n 189 Mock Stanley 180, 225, 244 104 Moeller, Karen 171.88 Mog i levs k y, Zee vy 193 MonTerrose, l. F ernando 180 93 Moore, J ay 225, 224 Morales, Jeanene 189, 112 Morales, John 18 0, 112 M o rale s, lars KeiTh 1 73 Moras, M ichael 1 89, 121 Morli Fran cisco 173 Modi, H enry 183 Modi, Maria 189 Morris, Henry Dean 171, 189 Morris, P e ter 1 73 Morrow, lynn 88 Morrow, M i ke 225, 244, 173 Morse, D a rryl 189, 92 Morse Dou g l as 1 89, 192 Moses, John 173 Mourino, Rosaur i ta 183 Muller Ald e n 173 Muller John 18 9 Mulligan Dan ie l 1 73 Mulligan John 180 Mul lins Daniel John 225, 244 Mulroy Edward 171 Murdock, CynThia 192 Murdock, Edward 171, 180 Murdoch, Wa lla ce 189, 113 M urdoc h, Richa r d Murphy, (Mrs. K.) 148, 1 52 Murphy, Juli a 1 71, 87, 113 Murphy, Robert 180 M use, C a r o l 87, 226, 244, 93 Mu se, Kurt 170 Myers, George 183 Myers, John Bliss 192 Na"" linda 262, 1 45, 226, 102, 100,98,96,94 Naar STephen 170.252,250 Nadeau, lana 181 Napie r John 1 73 N a ron Barbara 181, 1 13 NATIONAL HON O R SOCIETY 103 Naudi n AlberT 17 0 Navarro, Jorg e 252, 173 Nel son, Ken n eTh 1 82, 192 N ellles, Sherron 14 5, 226 N e llles, W illiam II 17 0 Newman, Darleen 89, 110,90 Newman, Linda 89, 110, 193 Nichols, James 1 89, lOS, 185 N iedenthal, Linda 173 Mita John 189 MiTa, Toni 173 Nolan, Pauline 170 Nolan, Robert 227, 124 Nolan, Richard 14 5, 226 Norma, Gary N orTon (Mrs. B ) 32 Norton (Mr. J.) 148 152 Novey, Ronald 1 70 Nurnbur9, Gary Ill, 192 Nu sbaum, Kei th 170, 10 7 Nusbaum, Susa n 181, 112 105 O 'Connell, Kevin 190 O'Connell, K a r e n 19 0 O'Connor, Colleen 17 0 O'Connor, John 181 O'Connor, RoberT 170, 227 O'Cornell, Kenen 97 Oczkowicz, Sandra 12 3, 14 5. 227, 125,94 Oczkowicz, Thomas 107, 173 O'Donnell, Denise 36, 1 4 5, 227. 106,91 Odya, Jane 190 Odya, Mary 170 Oeding, Karlene 190 OFFICE ASSI STANTS 106 O K elly, Emmie 145, 227 O'Kelly, Mich ae l 19 0 OLauvar, Marcel ina 88, 227, 95 Oliver, Victor 110, 112, 19 3 Ollar, Margie 181, 108,96 Olsen, KaThleen 170, 87 ORCHESTRA ORGAN GUILD Orr, Carrie 110, 106, 183 Orr, Joseph 173 Ortiz, l illian 170,96 Osborn, Miguel 188, 189,94,1 10, 112 Oshi elds, D. 173 O strea, Fernando Jr. 181 Otwell, ( Mr. E.) 148, 1 1,52 OU, MargareT 110 Pajak lau r a 1 8 3 Palenchar Sandra 181, 99 PAN AMERICAN CLUB 96 Pan cake, Rich ard 17 3 Pa rk, linda 1 30, 181 Parker Bruce 3 1 86, 145, 227, 125 Parker, Janice 88 Parker, STephen 53, 18 1 94 II, 73 Park e r Tho m a s 18 1 113 Parmly Barbara 181 Parmly, ElizabeTh 14 5,227 P armly, Joanne 170 PARRAKEET' 24 PaTient, Judy 190 Patient, Karen 173 Pall on, linda 17 3 Pall on, Richa r d 19 0, 92 Payne, Ar thur 14 5, 227, 104 Payne, Ernest 190 113 183 Payne, JudiTh 170 Pearson Carole 14 5, 227 Pelkey, Pennie 145, 227, 90 Perez, ( Miss B.) 1 48 152 Perra, Sylvia 145,91 Perry, (M r s V ) 149,99, 152 Peterson, Cheryl 126 127, 1 45, 227 P e t rie, KeiTh 87, 228, 124 Phill ips, George 145, 228 Ph illips, Ken 44, 46, 47, 92 PHOTO CLUB 97 P icke r ing, James 190 Pickell, Edmund 173 Place, Lowell 181 Pla ce, Sherry 181 Pla ra, Ellen 88 1 87 Pla ta James 93 P l ucker, Michael 46, 47, 14 5, 228, 92 Plucker, R ichard 47, 18 1,92 Poerner, Sue 193 P oh!, Richard PO INT OF VIEW CLUB Ponce, Fred Ponce Emiliano 228 Pon c e Raymond 173 Pool ( Mf. F.) 149 152 Power s, John Praste, S 173 PraTchell Patricia 190 Preacher, James 145, 228 Pre f onTaine, l. 181 Prescoll Karl 47, 145, 190 Prevost, R ichard 14 5, 228, 205, 1 10, 112, 113 lOS 1 02, 98, 94 Price Carolyn 1 45, 229, 95 Pr ice, Catherine 145, 229, 1Ol>, 95 Prince, Larry 123, 145, 229, 1 00, 94 Prince, Patri cia 170, 1 12 Prince, Robert 145,229,116,125 Proback, Agnes 170, 183 Proback A n na 87 Proudfoot Mary 190 Pu s t is, Thomas 181 Pyer, Priscilla 181 Quate, Boyd 100, 107, 190 Quigley, (Maj.) 151 1 53 Quinn, Larry 52,63, 183 Quinn, LuTher 51, 52, 6 1 92, 145, 229 Quiros, A ChrisTina 93, 96, 145 229 Quiros, Gerardo 96, 98, 102, 181 Ralston, 8arbar a 183 R a lston J 181 Ramey Wanda 145, 173, 229 Rami rea, Alma Rateau Jo 91,182,183 Rathegeber, John 46, 47, 92, 128, 190 Razo, linda 151 Ray, Jack 97 145,229 Raybourne. (Mr. H.) 49, 153 Raymond, Ruth 190 Redd ing, Mar y 90, 110, 193 Reilly, Mary Rose 87 ,181 Rei nhardT Susan 87, 88, IDS, 181 R eisch John 88 98, 104, 106, 107, 190 R enner, Ronald 183 R e nnerT Wendy 105, 170 Reyes, Thom as 173, 18 1 Rey na Troy 173 Reyn o lds, Jeannie 90, 14 5, 229 Reynolds, John 112 Rhode s, Charlotte 190 Rhodes, C raig 183, 190 Rhode s James 229 Rhodes, Richard 145, 229 Rider ( Miss G.) 139 R ich, Daniel 170 R ich, Val 1 10, 145, 193,230 Richarde, Georgi a 239 Richard, Gwyneth 193 R ichards, Bruce 145, 230 R ichards, Dale 52, 53 R ichar d s, P aul 181 Richard son, E va 190 Richardson, John 180 Richte r R icha rd 52 Riesch, Jennie 190 Riley Jeff 190 R iley, Thomas 17 0 R ingwald, Gary 170 Risberg, Gerald 170 Rizzo John 1 45, 230 Robbins, Kimball 94, 103, 110, 14 5, 225, 230 Robinson, (Mr. R.) 1 49, 153 Robertson, Laurence 145, 230 Rock e r Steven 183 Rodriguez, Angell 04, 180 Rodriguez Carmen 173 Rodriguez Margarita 108, 193 Rodriguez, Martha 108, 193 Rodrigu e z R o n a ld 94, 18 0 Rodriguez Ruben 94, 104 180, 230 Rodriguez, Theresa 108, 171 Rodriguez Victoria 180 Roe, leslie 180 Roel se, Robert 113, 183 Rogers, Brenda 180 Rogers, Mary 88,171 Rogers, Phil 183 Rooney, Richard 193 Ros ado, Olga 171 Rose, Charlene 173 Rose, G. ElizabeTh 91,180 Rose, Kathy 180 Rot h, Kennelh 145 230 Roth Steven 97, 100 Roth Susan 94 Roth Ro(fy Charles 171 Rourk Elizabeth 173 Rourk Phil 145, 230 Rousseau, ( Mr. G.) 14 9, 153 Rowe O Carol ine

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Rowe, David 180 Rowe, Pamela 18 0, 190 Rowe, Sandra 171 Ruiz, Ada 230, 246 Runnestrand, Sar ah 87, 1 05, 19 0 Rudisheim, Cynthia 19 0 Ruppert, George 191 R usse ll, James 171 R yan, E i k e 180 Rye, Judy 17 1 Saarinen, Caro l 230 Saari n en, James 145, 18 0 Sabo, Nikk i 193 Salonic k Betty 93, 94, 99 1 00, 110 ,191 Samson, Sharon 96, 192 Samue l son, J oh n 171 Samuelson, Wynne 190 Sanchez, Maximo 171 Sanchez, (Mr.) 1 3 7 Sanders, Dorothy 1 06, 123 246, 2.' Sang, Joslyn Sang, Raynette 91 Santiago, Armonia 180 Sardinas, Alfred 246 Sargent, John 231, 246 Sarta i n Joan 94 19 2 Sasso Sydney 171 Satterwhite, Neil 191 Saunder s, Launcey 87, 88, 94, 103, 231 Saun de rs, Mar k 87,113,1 90 Scarburg, L indsay 180 Schafer, Caro l 88, 95, 231, 246 Schafer, James 183 Schmid, Ton i Schmidt, Dolores 88, 104, 180 Schmidt, Suzanne 246 Sch oc h T any a 180 Schoch, Vicki 180 Scho n ert, AI 180 Schroeder Kathy 191 SCIENC E CLUB Scigliane, Janet 87, 90,171 Scofield, Margaret 180 SCOII, K e n 18 0 Seaquist, (Mr.) Weston J 149, 153 Searcy, Orval 180 Searle, Dale 246 Sears, Jeff 23 1 Seck, Christina 171 SECRETARIAL CLUB 95 Secula, Andrew 171 Secula, Martin 171 Seeman, Ginger 171 Seeman, Randy 231, 246 Segarra, Richard 171 Self. Cathy 180 Self, Webb 231, 246 Sellens, Elva 173 Se llens Larry 171 Sellens, lyndoall 88, 1 04,231,246 Sell e ns, AlI!!n 18 0 Se n e r Beverly 180 Sener, Majorie 191 Setton, E mi lia 231, 246 Severson, Joan 190 Shannon, James 180 Sharp, Mary 97, 1 08, IBO Shaver, Peter 17 1 Sheridan, Kathleen 246 Shimp Constance 192 Shirley, Candy 232 Shirley, ( Mr. ) Karl W 149 153 Shirley, P aul 97, 1 7 1 Short, Milton 183 Showalter Gary 1 07, 19 1 Shuey, Roy 18 3 Shultie, James 180 Simmons, Charles 53, 19 1 Simpson, Marlh a 95, 232 Sizemore, lamar 94,124,191 Skae r Susie 87, 93, 18 1 Skehan, Kerrie 180 S kehan, l aurie 1 7 1 Skie, ( Mrs.) 1 40 Slage r Catherine 180, 19 0 S l agle, lowell 92, 19 1 S ledge, Emma nuel 1 92 Sledge, Paula 191 Slice, Thomas 171 Siobig, G len Slover, Ja mes 246 Slover, Margaret 112, 1 80, 232 Sluff linda 1 04 Smail, Robe r t Small, (Mr. G. B.) 94, 149, 15 3 Smiley, Stev e 173 Smith, Allen Smith, Belty Smith, Carol 112, 192 Smi th, Connie 18 0, 183 Smith, David Smith, H arrie t 171 Smith, Mallhew Smith, (M r M.) 150, 153 Smith, Patrick 180 Smith, Russell 183 Smith, Sally 17 1 S m i th Steve 171 Smit h Sue 171 Smith, Terrie 171, 191 Smith Thomas 171, 191 Smith, Wesley 180 Smith, Wil liam 232 246 Snapp, Wanda 180 Snyder, James 113 171 Soballie, David 113 Soballe, Steve 191 Sober an is, Eugene Sollami, Earl 183 Sollami, Oti s 171 Sollami, Richard 183 Sooy Jane 180 Sooy, Wil liam 183 Soper, Ja ime 171 South, F rank 97, 119 232, 246 Sou t h, Sandr a 89, 94, 99,180 Southwell, Donna 98, 232, 246 Southwell, Charles 1 7 1 Sparling, L ettie 232, 246 Sparling, Wesley 171 Speaks, J anice 191 Speaks, Robert 180 Speevak, Sue 90, 173 Speir, Beth 87, 88, 110 111, 17 1 Spencer, Charles 171 Spence r P hillip 180 Spinelli, John 94, 1 04, 106, 130 176, 182 Spinelli, Mary 99, 1 06,191 Spinney, Martha 182 Spinney, Sandra 191 Spr inkle, Mike 191 Sprague, T erry 191 Stabler, Frances 91, 1 7 1 Stabler, Lewis 232, 246 S tallworth Margarita 110, 111, 19 1 Stanley, Robert 180 Stanley, John 171 Steiner. John 1 82 Stephan, J ames 104, 180 Stephens, lawrence 180 Stephens, Losin a 171 Stephenson, Kay 89,180 Stetle r E lizabeth 182 Stetle r Paul 182 Stetle r Susan 1 92 S tetler Viole t a 171, 183 Stevenson, Donald 1 9 1 Stewart, H elen 95, 232, 246 Stewart, Phil 232 Stewart, Susan 91,182 Stinson, H arry 171 Stinson, Ralph 1 82 St John, Charles 182 S t i t c h Ann 87, 232, 246 Stone, Olga 94, 100, 191 Stra ig ht Sue 106, 232 Straighl, Tom 1 82 Stratfo rd Kerry 182 S tratf o rd Kirk 1 7 1 S tratto n, Charles 182 Stringfellow, Kirkman 182 Str ochia, Josefina 171 Stuart, Janet 182 Stuebe, ( Miss D.) 138,170 S tuewe, D ate 171 Steuwe, John 182 Stupar, Mark 183 Suarez, Frank 233, 246 Sucher, Lyn ne 191 Suche r Paul 182 Sullivan, Janet 233 246 Summersell, Pet e r 113 183 Sumner, N ovella 118 1 21, 233, 2'. Swafford, Bernice 1 07, 182 Swanstrom, Bill 9 2 233, 246 Swanstrom, Pal 47, 92 2 33, 246 Swehla, (Mr. D .) 150,154 Szymanski, Fred 233 Taberl H erbert 171 Taht June 19 0 Tarflinger, Melanie 110, 190 Tarr Robert 37, 100, 102 118, 233 246 Tatman, (Mr. C.M. ) ISO, 154 Taylor, Vaughan 1 03, 112, 118 233, 246 Taylor Wendell 186 Teeter (Mr. C.R.) 150,154 T en Broeck, Sharon 90, 233, 246 TENNIS TEAM, GIRLS TENNIS TEAM, BOYS Tes l e r frank 19 0 T eSler, Gloria 95, 106 233 Thompson, Carl 182 Thompson James 112, 183 T hompson, John 110, 1 82, 183 Thompson, John 172, 182, 183 Thompson, John 122, 182 Thompson, H elen 93 100, 1 04, 1 05, 182 Thompson, Michael 94 Thompson, Sheila 182 Thompson William 1 82 Thornburg Dale 1 82 Thornburg, Danny 45, 47 86, 92 1 00, 103 123, 233, 246, 264 T illey, William 105,233,246 T illman, William 97 104,234, 246 T inkler, Emily 87, 1 06, 182 Tink l e r Nancy 87, 106, 117 190 T oda, Olga 173 Todd, Gwendolyn 190 Toledo; Angel 246 Toledo, Maritza 88,182 Toothman 8ar bara 96, 234 246 Torian, Steve 53, 1 92 Torres Bell i na 94 Towland, Michael 234, 246 TRACK TEAM Trahan David 192 T raino r John 234, 246 Tranfi eld, Judith 107 Treible, J effrey 1 72 Trembley Ronald 234 Trim, Patricia 89, 95, 234 Trim, P reston 182 246 TRIPLE C CLUB 108 Troller, Benjamin 47, 182 T urbyfill, Linda 88, 190 Turner, George 234, 246 Turner Dennis 172 T urner, Ruppert 50, 52, 173 Turpin, linda 190 Uli, Lala 183 Uli, Sally 183 UNITED NATIONS CLUB Uribe, H orace 172 271

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272 Uribe, Phillip 246 Uribe, Thomas 182 Valdez, J essie 246 Valentine, Barbara 182 Valentin, Pedro 172 Vales, Michael 234 Vardeman, J ack 172 Varela, Gisela 173 Vargas, Daisy 95, 108 173, 246 Vargas, L ily 96 Varnum, Judy 173 Vaucher G ary 93, 94, 1 05, 1 1 3 190 Van Evera, ( Mrs P.) 150,1 54 Van Loon, D irk 246 Van Loon, James 183 Van T assell, G regory 246 Van Voorhis Cy nth i a 1 0 9 110, 246 Van W i nkle Sharo n 183 Vasnick, Gri scelda 172 234, 246 Vazquez N ilda 183 Vecchione, Miguel 247 V ecc h ione, Nat ividad 182 Vega, Yolanda 182 Velascom, Ricardo 172 Velez, J usto 192 Velez Martha 172 V e lez 50, 5 2 172 V es tal E l a i n e 235, 247 V ieto, Carmen 182 Villarreal, S y lvia 172 Villamil, Ceferino 96, 97, 99, 1 08, '.2 Violette, James 182 Vo elpel, Mary 172 Vogel, Judi t h 91, 93, 114, 17:, 190 Vosbu rgh, James 172 Vosburgh, J udith 172 Vosbu r g h Robert 96, 1 08, 172 Vosburgh, V ie l ka 93 Wallace, Carol 94, 100 110 190 W a l lace, Sue 114 Wallace Terry 172 Walker, James 190 Walker, Marcella 182 Wallen, (Mr. G ) 1 38 Walton, J udy 87, 113 182 Walz, Debbie 183 W a rren David 94, 1 00, 103, 120 2 35, 247 W arren, Kathryn 94, 97, 99, 1 76 182 W ard, Debb i e 1 82 War gacki, Mary 182 Wargacki, J udy 182 Warner, Phyllis 192 Watkins, Dennis 190 Watk ins Marsha 173 Watkins, Ma r y 235 247 Watson, Gerry 172 Watson Kathryn 172 Walson, leroy 235 Walson, Russell 1 13 120 235, 247 Weaver, Beve rly 190 Webber, John 182 Webber, Nancy 235 247 Webster Fred 47 1 82 Weeks, Do\.:glas 247 Weeks, Edwin 183, 190 Weeks, Vicky 190 W eiland, SIeve 47, 190 Weinstoc k Carol 9 3, 235, 247 Weir, { Miss M.l 138 Weirich, Wayne 1 72 Well ington Elizabet h 1 29, 235 247 W e lsh, (Mr. D.) 150 Willington, R ichard 173 We llman, SIeve 173 190 W ellman, Susan 173 Wells Alan 190 Werntz, Gregory 173 Werntz, Randall 235, 2-47 W er tz V i r gi n i a 87 173 Wesley, Barbar a 90, 1 73 Wa ide, Cheryl 183 Whaler Diane 178 Wain io, Richard 172 Wheel e r Sharon 106 23 5 Waldron, H elen 9 4, 98, 10 0, 1 04, Wheeler, Thomas 172 190 White, Anthony 247 Wall, (Mr C.) 1 50, b 4 While Belly 190 Wall, Judith 190 Wall, Randy 1 82 While, Eve re tt 52 Wh ite, James 1 18, 2 36, 247 White Judy 190 W h ite, Ma rgo 173 White Marsha 173 White Ma r y 173 White, Patr icia 236, 247 Wh i le, Wanda 1 83 White W eldon laO, 101, 190 Wh i t ehead, David 173 Whit kin, ( Mrs. H.) Whi t ney, H arry 182 Wh itw o rth, Linda 190 Whitworth, Ma r ilyn 237, 2 4 7 W iddecke, Joan 87, 98, lOS, 236 Wie se, Edward 47, 9 2,190 Weise, Mary 94, 98, 1 0 2 120, 1 21, 236, 247 Wigg, Carol 173 Wik t or, William 247 Wilcox (Mr. D R.) 1 50, 154 Wilde, (Mr. C.V.) 151, 1 5 4 Wild er, Debbie 93, 114, 1 28, 190 Wild e r Frank 1 02, 236, 2-47 Will, Jeanette 88, 182 Willenbrock Sue 236, 247 Williams, (M r H .) 151,155 Williams, R icha rd 236, 247 Williams, Scoll 190 W i lliard James 183 WiIIiilf, Jane t 236 Wil lingham, (Mrs. D.H.) 1 5 1 155 Willin g ham, ( Mr : G M ) 151" 15 5 Willin g ham, James 236 2 4 7 Will is, Marion 190 Willman, (M r C.) 134, 1 35 Willoug hby, M ar lin 1 83 Wilmoth, William 183 Wils on, Cynthia 1 83 Wil son, Clifton 1 83 Wilson, Duke 92, 105 1 26, 190 Wilson (Mrs. E.) 15 1 155 W ilso n Gloria 88, 236 Wilson, H arold 1 1 3 Wilson Jane 100, 110, 117 130 Wilson Jame 88, 105 107 110, 1 1 3, 124 236 247 Wilson, Ma ria 88 Wi lson, Janice 236, 247 Wilson, L 73 Wilson, Roy -47, 53, 75, 92 Wilso n (Mrs.) 190 Win .be rg, Mildred 190 Wink l os k y, Mary lOa, 1 83 Win n David 113, 173 Winn, Kathry n 110, 1 12, 113, 190 Winner, Nancy 192 Winquist, Ann 9-4, 98, 100, 102, 1 05, 110 1 2 3, 237, 2-47, 239 Winstead, lee 105, 173 W instead, Ricord 97, 124, 23 7, 247 Win t er, Henry 113, 183 W i rtz Paula 190 Wisemen, Barbara 1 9 0 W i tk i n Judy 1 05, 183 Wodra zka George 237 Womble, B elly 1 10, 23 7 2 47 Wood, Kath e yn 110, 237, 24 7 Wood, Nellie 130 Wood, Sandra 183 Wood, Bobbie 190 Worsham Jerry 119,24 7 Wors ham, lorr aine 90, 9 1 192 Worsham, Ralph 113, 1 73, 2 38 Wright, Cathy 183 Wright, (Mr. E.) 15 1,155 Wright Jane t 1 24 125, 238, 2 4 7 Wright, Stan ley 100 Wy a ll Thomas 19 0 Wynshaw, Stefanie 91 Ybarra J o sephine 182 York, Nan cy 190 Yost Richa r d 183 Young, (Mrs. C.) 1 51, 155 Young, Emily 96, 173 Young, Howar d 238, 247 Young, Rodolfo 97, laO, 1 0 4 173 Youn g, Wilson 183 Youngblood, Curti s 173 Youngblood, Roland 183 Yvarra J 173 Zambito, Gary 3 I Z a rate, ( M iss N ) 151, 155 Zarrilli, louie 238 247 Ze ime tz Meredith 1 73 Zeln ick, Paul 9-4, 100, 19 0 Z e m e r C o nnie 96, 190 Zefr, Diane 29, 109, 120, 238. 247 Zerr. John 173 ZON I AN S TAFF Zornes, Richard 1 83 Z o r nes, Thomas 238, 247