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Digitized by the Internet Archive in 2010 with funding from University of Florida, George A. Smathers Libraries http://www.archive.org/details/zonian1966balb

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2 A Student Publication of BALBOA HIGH SCHOOL Volume 57 March 1965 to March 1966

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TABLE OF CONTENTS Introduction 5 Faculty and Administration 17 Classes 39 Organizations and Activities I I 3 Athletics 153 Advertising 177 3

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A door is a passa g e way-an entrance int o whatever may lie beyond it. Balboa Hi gh School ha s many doors-doors into the gym, class rooms recreation r ooms, the ROTC and many others. But these doors are more than just frames in t h e wall to permit entrance or exit. The y are openings int o different phases of l ife. INTRODUCTION ... 5

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M any diffe rent thing s compos e t h e doors f o und in Balboa Hi g h Schoo L D oo r s to l earning a r e thrown w ide to the students as w ell as door s to frie nd s h ip a nd l o ng-last i n g r elat i ons hips. But th e r e a r e some d oo r s that w ill close, too. This year for t h e first time there will be no fre s h man class at BHS The r e will be n o more fri g h tened, s hin ing faces; n o m ore health classe s be h i n d th e l ittl e g l ass-s l itt e d d oo r in t h e gym ; n o m o r e timid plaque guarde r s an d poli s h e rs. They a r e now ju st a n int h g r ade class. But c h a nges a r e a n important part of an}l thing. They c a nnot be stoi'pe d o r turne d a way. They are doors t h at may be c.:pened for the fir s t t ime or d oo r s that will be clos e d for th e l ast time But like all doors t hey n eve r s tand comp l etely ,til I. ... ... ... ... ... ... --- --. -

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8 B a loon H i g h c hool i s its elf a d oo r too, to many teach e rs. They come f r a m var i o u s places all over t h e wo rld t o teach h e re. Th<1' arc p eo pl e of diffe r ent back g r o und s but the y fin d t h e h ospita li t y o f BH S an open d oo r The classrooms r eflect their learning and t h eir own experie nces, so tha t the teach e rs' lives a r c all.important to the educatio n of the students the mselves. I I Of t h e many doors. the openin g to discipline and l eaders hip is o n e pa'i'ied through by m a n y of our boy. T o ,orne, thi s d oo r t o the R O T C m eans a coming of age. It is a worlel o f uniforms com p letely separate f r o m the oth e r world o f books, yet it i s not a world without books. Techniques and tactics come thr oug h the ope n doors of books and learning And uni f orms only add t o t h e learning that is ap parent in all of our boys ... 9

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-Still a noth e r door is that whi c h l eads to t h e w i de life on t h e o pen b aseball diamond o r f ootball field This world cove r s many activit ies: t h e many h ard fou g h t s port s o f the boys and t h e no l ess h a rd fou g h t but s ligh tly gentle r sports of t h e fairer sex. And th e girls not on l y play, but they add col o r and spir i t to t h e ga mes as cheerlead e rs. Sometimes they work as h a rd as t h e contenders; rousing sp ir it and life in we ary but willing sc h oo l mates. Wher e wou l d o ur t e am be wit h out t h e c h eerleaders? (But where would the c h eerleade r s b e w i t h out the team!) II

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1 2 Y e t all the activit y is certainly n ot l imited to the o u t-ofd oo rs. Countless doo r s are ope n e d to t h e int e r este d stu d e nt in th e sch oo l i tse lf as w ell as t h e daily lif e of st udyin g. An int e rested g irl may find t he s tud y of h orne economics u sef ul beca u se s h e learns to bak e cakes a nd m a k e dresses. And s h e n ee d s on l y pass thr o u g h a d oo r to find it. Me c h anical d r a win g g ives a start of a voca tion to any interest e d mal e o r f emal e and i s a g r eat h e l p to any artist. This i s found be h ind a door m arke d Down th e hall t h e ar e a s of art are e xp lore d in a r oom w h e r e th e art i st's imagi n atio n i s his onl), lim it.

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A s well as this creativity may be found in your ow n Englis h class where, ev ery time you open a book a world of make-believe a wo rld of poetry an d pro se opens before you. This transportation out of th e everyday comes with an explorat i on into any subject A st ud e nt n ee ds on l y to become inter este d to f i nd it. H e needs on l y open the rig h t door ... , ! II 13

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------------- II!I II. --\ 14 T n h ig h sch oo l do o r s to a nx iety. h ope, joy, lnd ot h e r new f ee l ings ope n t oo, to the s tud e nt. But h e n eed n o t let th ese f eelin gs ove rcom e h i m H e will h ave bsting friends h ips a nd memories to carry him thro u g h H e s h o uld t r eas ur e t h ese, f o r they lrc th e first d oo r s along t h e l ong road of l ife. A s I tread on through life Each doo r closed is A yel' deld. But these w ill never m,ltch nor pass The doors that open aheJd. 15

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FACULTY AND ADMINISTRATION 17

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Mr. Willman From h ig h sch oo l bac k to h ig h sch oo l ... Our Pr incipa l Mr. W i llm a n graduate d from Normandy Hi g h S c h oo l in St. L ouis County, Mi ssou r i While h e was in hig h sch oo l Mr. Willman took a n active part in many act ivities. H e l e tt e r e d in football, baseball, wr est l ing and mu sic. H e sang 2 nd tenor in a h ig h sch oo l quart et, was Vice-p resident o f his class, a nd a membe r of t h e Nat i ona l H o n o r Soc i ety. Mr. Willman' s most unfor gettab l e t eac h e r was Mr. D e wey S c h ill, a m an who m ad e h im think :lnd gave him the op p o rtunity to g r ow throug h disQlssion a nd d e b a t e The fir st time h e was in hig h sc h oo l Mr. \'V'illman was a Vikin g, now at BHS h e is a Bulldog

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ADMINISTRATION From hig h sch oo l back to hig h sch oo l ... We always forget while we are in hi g h sc h oo l t h at our administ r ative staff and faculty members were once stude nts in h ig h sc h oo l themselves. A s students they were faced w i t h h omework and te sts, and n ow as adm ini strato rs, t hey a r e fa ce d with t h e con stant pr ob l e m of making decisions. Decisions whic h must b e m ade for th e goo d of the stude nt s and still be in keeping wit h the sch oo l rules. Deci sions are n eve r easy to m a k e, and yet they h ave to be made by somebody. OUf admi n istration has don e a good job f o r us. \Vle h ave been dissatisfied (rom time to time, but still we thank them for the job they h ave done. Mr. Knick Mr. Kni ck, our assistant Prin cipa l grad u ated from Clifton For ge Hi g h Schoo l Clifton For ge, Virginia. W hil e in hig h sch ool, h e was a memb e r of t h e H i. Y G l ee Club and Latin Club H e also lette r ed in footba ll. Whi le in hig h sch ool there was a fad o n e time where everyone wor e clothes from t he 19th century. Mr. Knick' s hjg h sch ool nickname was L itt le Grinner" after his brot h e r w h o was cal l e d "Big G rinn er,"

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20 Mr. Bag lien's A l ma M ate r was L ee d s Hi g h Schoo l i n Leed s, North D akota. And, l i ke a great m a n y of our f acu lt y m e mbers, Mr. Bag l i e n was a valuab l e membe r of his hig h school. H e was a p l aye r on t h e basket b all and football teams, a nd was President of hi s class. H e gradu ate d fr o m L eeds High Schoo l w i t h t h e t i t l e of Saluta torian The mo s t un forgettab l e teac h er t h at Mr. B aglie n h ad, was hi s Hi story and Pr esent D a y Prob l e m s teac h e r b e cause h e allowe d his st u dents to d iscuss pr ese n t day prob l e m s a nd cont rove r sia l id eas. I n L eeds High Sch oo l Mr. Baglie n was a L eeds H ig h Sch oo l Lio n ; n ow h e is a Balbo a H ig h Sch ool Bu lld og. Guidance Counselors T h e Guidance D e p a r tme nt is t h e h ub of t h e school. Our g uid a nce cou n se l o r s arc d edica ted to di rect i n g a nd m o l ding futur e p l ans of ou r srudents. They know t h at som e st udents will go t o colle ge, some wi ll serve o ur co u ntry i n t h e milit ary forces some will b egi n wor king, an d so m e w ill b eco m e h o me m ake r s soo n afte r g radu at ion. W h a t ev e r t h e case Jllay be o u r g u ida nce cou nsel o r s st riv e to culti va t e what:::ver tal e n t t h e individu a l st ud e nts mig ht p ossess, s o t h at all B a l boa Hi g h School students may b ecome goo d cit izen s of our wo rld

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Miss Stuebe __ Miss \Xfei r ... 21

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22 The Library Thi s ye ar a s a l w a y s, t h e lib r ary se rv e d the s tud e nt s w e ll. Att enda n c e r a n h i g h wit h a n ave r age of 8866 s tud ents p e r m o n t h u s in g t h e l ibra ry The re a r e 20 s tud e nt assista nts to assi s t in ru n n i n g t h e l ibrary, eac h w o rk i n g o n e p e r iod a day. Du r i n g t h e past t wo y ea r s over 20,000 wor t h o f boo k s h a ve been o rd e re d (o r th e lib r ary. T h e r e i s a n a v e r age of 2 6 6 1 boo k s c h ec k e d o u t m onthl y Of t h e se, t h e favorit e s a re : Anima l F I lm" C(/t c he r ill the 1 984 and L ord o f Ihe F/ieJ

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Our Refuge . o I Our r e fuge? Yes, th e clini c is o ur r ef u ge. I nsid e th e d oo r s o f t h e clinic i s a place whe r e st udents can go t o seek r e fu ge from a s udd e n illness o r a s plittin g h e ad a che It i s a r ef u ge (ro m th e coac h wh e n h e w a nts all the boys o n th e { ootball t ea m t o h ave physicals. I t's a qui e t place, but bustl i n g with activities to k e e p B a lboa Hi g h S c h oo l s tud e nt s healthy. 2 3

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24 BHS Secretaries Did you kn ow th a t if you wer e a teac h e r you co uld send a te st t o t h e o ffice, ask f o r t hr ee hundred cop ies, a nd get t h e f ini s h e d prod u ct ba c k all in th e same d a y ? This i s o n l y o n e of th e many thin gs o ur sc h oo l secre t a rie s do in t h e o ffi c e They a lso keep accura te file s o n all th e acti vitie s at BHS They se nd tra n s cript s f o r all ---college-bound st uden ts. And eac h day they answer the hundre ds of p h o n e calls a nd qu es tions asked by students a nd teac h e r s a l ike. OUf sec r eta r ies a r e the ba c kbone of B:tl boa Hi g h School. It i s the i r cons t ant hard work and co nscienti ous attitude th a t k eep BHS running s m oot hly. - L ...... -...

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After Hours H idd e n in obscurity but nev e rth e less p l aying an essent i a l rol e in the smoot h function of o ur school i s our janitorial sta ff. H e a ded by Mr. H a \vkin s, the y a rc still wor kin g long h ou r s afte r you :lnd me h a v e gone h o m e for t h e d ay. They clean th e classr ooms, h allways and offices with th e utmo s t of care. 25

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English Mr. Brown Mrs. H obbie Miss K ee n 26

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\ Mr. Kn app Mrs. K napp Miss Matt hews Me. Norto n Mr. Wall Mrs. Wi tkin Mr R o u ssea u Me D ekle 27

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M rs. Ada m s Mr. B a nasick Mr. Hans h a w Science Mrs. C h a mpi o n mo n t Mr. F r a l e y Mr. Otwell Mr. Willing h a m 28

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Mrs. G r a h a m M e Hutc hinso n M e B o n dura n t Math Mr. M i lam Mr \'(!illiams Mr. S m all Mr. Shirley 29

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Mrs. Bisset t Miss P e rez 30 M rs. D e A r mas Foreign Language Mr. \ '(Iilcox I'J 1\1rs. Di az

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Mrs. P erry Mrs. Deav e r Mrs. Haselden Special Education Mr Peck Mr. Mc F arland 3 1

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Mr. Gate l y -Mr Mikuli c h 32 Mr. H atc h ett Social Studies M rs. V a n Eve r a Mr. K noop M r Wil d e

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I Mr And e rson Mr. B row n i\(r. Ibybourne Phys. Ed. Miss Collins Miss H .lrdin Miss L e hm.:tn Mrs Y o un g 33

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Mrs. Alt e n be r g 34 Vocational Training Mr. And e r so n

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, -... -M e B a t a l d e n Mr. B e tt i e Mrs. Latime r Mrs Murp h y M rs. N o rton M i ss Z arate Mrs. D e L a M ate r 35

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. C> \ '" -, .;I I I -, . 1 __ --M aj. Qu;gle y -. S gt. Brant le y S g t Wh;te S,gt. Clifto n R O T .C 36

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I I I .. I I I < -j } 11 -f1 l -.. I --, .... -Arts Mi ss Ellis Mr. Th o mpso n 37

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Classes are the life of the scho ol. Each class in its line i s a d oo r along the path of hi g h school. The divisions in th e sch oo l contribut e to the gen e r a l sch oo l spirit and when the time comes, are j oined to ge ther to s h ow what they are: B a lb oa Hi g h Sch ool. Althou g h we are one class s h o rt f o r the first time in the histo r y o f the sch oo l w e will try n o t to l et the passing of the Fre s hmen close t oo ,nany d oo rs. \Y/e will try to let t he other classes actions fill in, if not replace, t he absence o f ouc youn ges t class CLASSES 39

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SOPHOMORES

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I -W ell, I n ever Sue } 'OU a r e n o t suppose to l a u g h at y our o wn j o kes Is t h e everyday d r a g g ett i n g you d ow n ? 4 1

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42 , \ / Vi c kie Churchv ill e Charies Spencer Lee Winstead -"'Sophisticatio n"" CLASS OFFICERS C h arles Spencer -Presi d ent L ee \X'ins tead V ire-Presi tien t Vicki e C hurchville S erretary CLASS ADVISERS Mrs. G r a h a m Mrs. \X'it kin

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The Cl::tss o f '68 was the only class to h o l d election s at the sta r t of t h e school year. They stage d a mag nificent camp:lign a nd prov e d to all that h a rd work can accomp lish anyt hin g. E ac h n omi n ee m ade a s p eec h to th e class durin g an assemb ly. Thro u g h o u t th e big drive w hich also included posters a nd n e w s l ette rs, eve r yone disp l ayed unu s u a l depend3bi lity :lnd skill. Class office r s go t under way wit h due optimism. Com m ittees w e r e form ed. a mon g th e m a Spirit Committe e for football games. The Class of '68 soo n acqui r e d a r e putation f o r doi n g unoffi cial act i vities t oget h e r suc h as t he bik e rid e in D ecemb er. A picnic in J anuary and t h e t r adit i ona l Sadie H awk in s d ance in M a r c h w e r e h uge s u ccesses. Carol Adair Caron Adair, Wa)'ne Albritt on, Ricardo A leman, Fernand o Alfar o M i l e Alga, Laine Almstea.d, Nicho las Ah-arado, Pats y A mburgey, Linda A narnieri Becky A nde r son, J ohn A nderson K ath leen Ander so n D onna A ndrews, Guy An dric huk - 43

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44 Mary J ane Beus, Sue B e ukema Bruce Beuz ard, Bob B ezanson, Sherry Bis se l i\fuy B o l t o n P aul B oost r om, J im B o r e ll, Cindy Boswell, D avid Botz enmay er Cynthia B ouka lis, Bonnie B o w e r P aula Braun J u l ie Bri ggs, Arn o ld Brooks, R obert Broo ks, Cathy Brown Christine B rown Ray Brown J erry Bryson Ch eryl Buc kle r J o hn Bur k man, Mich ael Caccavo J oma r Cain Nic k i Callahan C o rri e C amac h o, C o lleen Campbell. Cynthia Campo, P hillip Campos, L eland Car g le J o hn Carn e y M ik e Car r oll, Chri s CHter, Christine Cartotto, T heresa C as e Sue Cashman Aleyta Castr o, F rankie Catzoela, Mjchae l Ch adwick Michael Chauer r-,' f ichael Chavez, M a r cella Chu V ickie Churchville J 3cque lyn Clark L ee Clark. Linda C;ue Clark P a t C o hen M3rian Colclasure Candi Conard Mike Connors Patrici a Coo gan Car o l } n C o o k R o bert C o okson, Sue Coone Y o l a nda Cox Kri s tin Craig. Wallace Cr awford. A lfred Creque D i c k Crumley_ Mary Dalt o n C1ro l e Arno l d D on A twell, Car men AY3ia, D uncan Balle nger M ike B annister Vic ki Barnes, Tho mas Nessim B assa n R obe r t B r e nda B eec h B a r t lett Beato, Carmen Behrens L este r B erna r d K enne th B ertsch i\'la r t h a B elez Lor i Bern h art,

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" What is a page to do?" 45

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'That test was a rio t r' 46 T wil a D a rden, Maur een Eduardo De Alba, Floyd Don ald Dean Day, Deal J o h n Decke r Steve Dees, D iego D e La Guard ia, Vilma D elima, V alerie de P ipe r Sharon D erric k D onna T r i s h a Eileen Devine Din, Diane Difr onzo D eveau, Di o uel i s

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M ark Dill on, J o h n Christ o pher Di shong, ney Joe D o lan D isharoon, Gl oria Dis-D an D o n:lldson Rae D ona l dso n Denni s D orff, B a rry D oug las, San-' dra D ros t e William Duk e Ken Dunk e r Laura Eddlem an, Edw a rd Eder, ]0-len e Ehlers Cherly Ekenstam, K arla Elek. R:lmon Ely, J o hn Emerson, Chri stina Escal ante, Aleja ndro E spaf:lza, R obe rt E verson, P at F ade Rebecca F all. P at Fall on, R o bert F aris h R o n F a rnsw o r t h J e rry F aust, M aim F awsy, K urt Fernandez, R:lmon F ernandez T osca Ferrabone, L inda Figueroa, Cathe rin e Fil o, Debbi e Fil C h Sue Flowe rs. Gl enda F o r em:ln B arbara F o rrest, Linda F o rtune Bertha F ortu no. W:lyn e F oscue, J erry Fredric k Thom:ls Fulcher F ranc i s G:lll:l, GilbertI' Gamy, D anie l Cfircia, Juanita G arza Wad e Cfistin, Tommy George Keith Ger hart K elly Gerhart, Alan Gibbs, Teddy Gib son, P ete Gietal o r D anny GI:lsS 47

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48 K eeping Up With The J o neses Anne G old f ein, D e b orah G oldfein, Dian e G omez, Edmund G onzalez, Diana G ori n B o b Grac e, Dean Greig, David Grey, Val e rie Gustai r on, C a r oly n Hag:J.r, Barba r a H aky, S h aron H amilton, M ark H 3 n so n J ill H arbaugh Mittag H:J.fl:J.n, Debbie H arrel, Charles H arringto n Edgar H arris Elizabeth H arris, HOOy H a rris, l\' far s hall H a rris, l\' l ike H art P3t H atfield Allen H awt h o rne, Zetla Hay, Sandra H aynes Sue H ead, V i r ginia H eber!, J udith H edde n J im H ellmund, l\ht), H elm, bum H erring t o n J ames H i cks, J ane H icks, Sue H ill, Ralph H inton, Arlene H irsch, A urea H oga n J udith H o l gerso n B eatrice H olmes, D ennis H olmes, Clyde Homan, Sue H owley Bob H ughes, Lance H ughes, K athy H umphrey, J anet H unt, Ron nie H urley A llan Geor ge H usted, I ngrid haaes, H arvie Car l J ames \ '(Iat J enki ns, K athie J ohnstone, J anet J ones, L ouise J ulian, Mickey K aplan, L.1rry K aufmenn, B arbara K aye, Bill K elle r Christine K e lsey, Carolyn K ennedy, J o hn K ennington, Brenda Kn ight Max L. K nig ht

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Caffy K oepke, K ot, Susanna Sharon l ane Lan e Edward K ota l ik Timmy Sand r a laird, J udy Lar son. Floyd la}'chak So land a lee, Jim LeFebvre J ane l emaste r Richard l esse r Madalaine l eszcz Alexan der lim, 1>,' f artha l ittle 49

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50 Meredith M arkum, D onnie I\hrlow, K arl i'hrol, J esse R Martie, Raul Martinelli J ose Martinez L inda Ma son, R ene M athewson David Matthie s en Roseanna M c Arthur L ynda M c C l ain, Terr y M cClung, Mit c h ell M c Cune P eggy M c D owe ll Fran ces M c G rat h Sam M cGuinness Judy Mcilvain Catherine Mcintire L este r M c Laney Ela ine M c Muni gle, J anette M cNese, K at hy J ane Me13nson, R ichard Metzge r Zachary Mich aelis Elizabeth Miller Gregory M i ller Alan Mills, Kaye Mills. R armo nd M itchell. L ouis Mon toya Lar s Morales, H enry M o rris P atty Morris J o hn M oses. D an i el Mull i gan, Edward Mul roy. Evel ine Mund, Juli e l\fur phy, Kurt M use, Stephen Naar Rich ard Lloyd, J ulieta cilia L opez, J essica L ovel l Loaiza, CeL ord. Joe Comado L oyola Jr., S hirley Lucas J anice Lugo, Carol L undquist, Davi d L ustgarten R obe rt Lustgarte n Y o l an d a Mad ura. J ames Magurie, D o ris Mar chu c k Andrew M arcza k

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G eorge Navarro R i c h a rd Ne g r on. B o b Nett les. lind a Ni edenl h al. B etty Nile b c h T oni Nita, R on ald N ovey, K e ith N u s b a u m Kar e n 0', Conn ell, C ollee n O 'Co n n o r M a r y Odya, B a l e n e Olayvar K athy Olsen Lilli a n Ortiz. D ebbie O S h e ild s "Whe n d o we get t o t h e f eug?"

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"O. K for a cas u a l pose?" 52 R o bbins P;:lOcake, J o anne Par mley, lind3 P 3tton, Judy Pay ne R obert P ere ira, R o berto P e rez, D onn a P erki ns, Robert P etros ky, K aren Phi llbeck Gary P ickenp:lUg h D3vid Edm und P ickett, K aren P a lri ci3 P rince Pi c k ett, P ickett,

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Ji m Pr ove n c i o, Y ola n da Quezada, er, P at R ead H a r old Pruitt D onna Rath ge b P atricia R eilly P at r ick R eilly Troy Reyna Carla Rhea Wilder Ridgell Gl adys River a Theresa R od r iguez, M ary L o u R og e r s Ol g a R osado, Charlene R os e Ch arles R o th R offy Susan R ot h Sand r a R owe Linda Rozzelle, Sam R uiz J ames Rus sell, M axim o Sanchez. Ray nette Sang S}, dney Sas s o T ammy S chic k Brian Schulz, J anet ScI!; liane. Christina Seck, Ric hard Se garra, Elva Sellens. L a rry Sellens P eter Shaue r R aben SIkes, Ch arles Sims, Ker rie Skehan T o m Sli c e Slev e n S m i l } Allan Smith Ben}' Smith Harri e t Smi th. Terri Ann Smit h J ames Snyd e r D a vid S a b a III.', \,\ / e s ly Sparling D ave Speakm a n Sue Speeva k Beth Spei r Charles Spen c er. K e nn e th Sta hl. R udy Stamm J oh n Stanley Mae Ste wart H arry Stinso n Mar s ha S tr ange. Dal e Stuewe 53

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54 J ame s Vosbur g h R obert Vosbur g h Vielb Ju d ith Vosb u r g h Ric hard Wainio, Itza \ '\falker T erry Wallace, 1\'I3.rtha \'\f aito n Stanley Ward Cha rle s Washin gto n M a r s h a \'\fatkins Mary W e lden Susan Wellman Virgi nia Wertz B arbara W es ley, 1\l::lrgo White Mar s ha White, Cuolyn Whited. Phil ip \'\fhitne}'. J ayne Wickline Jean Wicke C ar o l ZeJla WiJI. Jame s WilJiari William Wilm ot h L u k e Wil so n H e rbert T :lbert Robe r t Thams, Dlg:l T od:l P :ltr i c k T o r i :ln, J oan nie Tread w ell J effery Tre ible Ann e Tukey, Jerry Turne r J:lck V:lrdem: m Lily V a r gas Glori a Vasni ck. Rick Velasco Syl. vi:l V ill:lrre:l l Mary V oe[pe l Jud ith V oge l

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Da v id Winn, L ee Winstead L ena \X/ i st, I da Wood, Darl een W ood ruff Ric ard o X imenes, Ricard o Xime nes, J osephine Yb a rra, Emil}' Y o ung. Rodolfo Y oung M e ridith Z eimetz J o h n Zerr UNPICTU RED SO P HOl-olORES Velma Ang u e ira M : ui:t Aroc h o. D orothy A s kins. B obb), All e n Coleman An de r son. P eler Arn e tt e M ary B egler. Mar ilyn B ellis. Aleta B esan. D ora B rilt:ain, R o b ert Bacot. J o hn B :ttes P au l Bin g h am, l-olich:tel B lulnberg, G eo r ge Brady, C:tr l os B r i d. Ray Br own. R onald B yrd. J ose Gbassa, Eliu s Camacho, ?olarc C.1m pbell Mik e Carroll. Wilton C.1Ssi bry R o nni e Chapp ell, \,\ / ill iam Chri s tmas. Crai g Coombs. Co rriga n G rant Cortelloni. L u i s COrtes, William C ox. Ric har d Cruz -Sega rra H enry Da v ila J o hn D :anaran, G l' r a r d Drau.gh on. TholllJS D uncan. J\li c h:lel D unn, S:lIld r a D e barr Priscilla Ellis. C h arles Ern st, Ricardo E s k ildse n Ja mes F ehrenb:lc h P au l F ischbach, David Fis her Gary F olge r \X'a)' ne F olger. \'('illiam F os t er. P ele r G elz l e r L inda Guarni e ri, S:ancira H elman. J o hn H :tdslale, Thom:ts H er Inann)', K o k P ing H o. Cesar H ogan, Norm:an H olland, Jam es H ollowa)" D a\ 'i d H )'au, K e n net h J u stin'. Gl en da J ones, J immy L ewis. Sharon Lane. Sand r a L ) nn M o r r ow, D i:mne M ulle r P a trick ?l3n c he, B illy Mc Arthur L :twrence M c Gee, Don:ald l-olillcr. M :lrlin Mi lls. R aphael ?Iiz f :tcili. F r :lncisco M o rfi. Peter M orris, Edw:ard Mu rdock. Ric h :lrd M u rd oc k J o h n N apie r ?l3 tilde Ortiz. Bryan O C on n or, J osep h Orr, R:l) 'mo nd P once Ann:a Pr obac k M arg:trita R odr i guez, Elizabeth R ou rk. Davi d R:ainey. Mik e Ramse)" T o mmy R eyes, D aniel Ric h T om Riley, Genld Risbe r,!:, R o ) R o b e rts. Steven R oc k er. Sidney S:asso, Greg Se3l's. Ste ph en Shepp:a rd. Ch arles Shau l is. O t i s Sollami J aime Sope r Al exa ndr a Small. Frances Stable r J o hn T homp son. F rank T oman. C1role T oma h Gisel e V a r e l a, Judr V arnum, M :tnha Vel ez, J o hn Webber, Mich ae l While. Davi d Whitehead. M a rtin Willough by, R alph W o r s h am, (rnthia Wil son, J udy W i tkin Curtis 55

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The C lass of '67 b ega n t h e year w i t h a picni c a t Summit G a r d e ns. E v eryo n e was cove r e d w i t h mud at t h e e nd o f a l ively to u c h footbaU ga me but all a g r eed it was a h u ge s uccess. The J un i o r Class sta r te d rig h t out wit h a winn i n g Than k sg i ving s h o wcase The class oHicer s g u i d e d a class full o f e n t h usiasm a nd sch oo l sp irit to unu s u a l ach i eve m e nt. The J unio r s e xp e r t l y deco r a t e d t h e f ootball sta n ds, f orme d com m ittees, a n d b e ga n work imm e d i a tely o n t h e two majo r acti v i ties of t h e year : t h e C hri s tma s F o r m a l i n Decemb e r und e r t h e t h e m e Th e S n owBall", a nd t h e Prom in May. B o t h o f t h ese ev e n t s w e r e g r e a t s uccesses. Thi s yea r t h e J un i or s c h ose a n attrac tiv e g o l d s qu a r e ring wit h a ru b y s to ne. I -Cha rles A dams, D o n a l d Ada ms, B e lla Susa n A l a till a, J e ff All e n Rich a rd All e n D e bbi e Ander son. M ary A n d rews Ric h a r d A ppin. M a r y Arenz, D oug las A ulcy R aymond A nia. E l ba A }'ata. M:ar v i n A zrak. A lice RIggan. C h a r les B:alch B ill Baldwin. M erri B::mdy, Phylli s B arrelt, )ud}t Bar ron, \'\7::wda Bell B ettie Bernard Lo uis Bertoli, Ra}' B i erbaum, Zoe Bierm an, Douglas Blake 59

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60 P:al B ardo n j osep h Bosler. De:mn:a B oswell, S h:ar on BOlzenm:arer jim B owe n R o b ert B oyer, D l:lne Bo},d. K alil } Brady. Breme r Rich a r d Bright, Cl:lrk Bris t ol, Ric h ar d Brooks. S h erll):ane B roo ks Brenda B rown, M:arth a Brown R ebecca B ry. ant Rich:ar d Brzezins ki. K are n B u r c h Michael B yrne. F rank Cain. M a b e l Canham, D oug las Can ning. j a c k Carlson. O rlando Carlo, Carney. B ill Carpente r G reg Cascante L inda Cassady. A na Castillo. Rich ard Chambers, j ames Chan cey, j o h n C h a r b o nneau. Constant Ch:ase. Ele n a C h o dakowski, CllUnj::. Delb e r t Clark G loria Cla}' to n R o b ert Cle \ ela nd E liza beth Clouse M u k Cobb, Susan Coc hr an. Cofe r Susan Coffey K ennet h C oll i ns. P eggy Co l l ins, j ames Coo k Mic hael Corwin D aisy Craddock Lorraine C rawf ord. A G a r y Cum. mings. Erne st Curtin, j eanine D eemer Bill D eminf:. Denner, D avid D enny, l.('Ii5 D emo n R obert D (:rr i c k F r ank De\eau. Yadir:! Diaz N eil D o he rty, j ames D olan, Ge orge D o lan Pat D o nalds o n R obert D on ler. M:axine Dudgeo n

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L ou i s H us t ed, Nid i a Hu sted, Edna Jackson J o Ann Jackson J ames J enne r Lesbia J o h nson, Frank ie J ones, Patricia J ones, Rand y J o nes, R o b e rt J ordan Fr ank J oyner, J ames Keesling. Ric h ard K elly, Dee K ennedy, R o b e rt K e rr "Come Ali ve!" 63

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64 I '.-t.. - ".r, t ,,-.' . Junior h e lps at the Senio r R ecept ion M i k e K ilgore R o salin o K night, Vivi an K o san, Arthur K eapfl P :ltri c ia K rise, M aria Eleo:!. K ucikas M elanie K ugel, K yrt L a ne, Stephen Lau e Bonnie l3vender Clif L e Blanc, Vi e l b Lee, Milt o n L eidig l o rin L essiack, J o e L ewis J aan Lind h Pa tri cia L opez l ewis L ovel:tdy, Ka l hy LUGls, Br enda Sue L uke B a rb ara : M3cchi a r e lla Mar lene M ajo r J o h n j\ f alene Rich ard l\,f:lll:tb an, R o b e rt M alla h an l\l ike l\f:!lone Eri n M aloney S h a r o n M ann Sybi l Markun, B o nnie M a rlow, P:lnl Marsh Oaxid 1\rshal Lin da M arsh all, H ebert O Martinez P ed r o r..hrtinez Fra nces Ma tta J ames McAul iffe Nanc y M cA uliffe, Thomas M cCae ragher Micha e l ] ... fcGau[ey R o berta M c Coy D on E n i ry, J ames M cGrath, Val e r i e ]' Icl nt ir e : Mi c h ae l M elant, Juli e t-.ofe n g ei J uanita l\ofilas. V icki M ille r Esther M izr:lcbi, F e rnando r-.. f on. (erroso, C lara M oo re J eanette M o rales H enry M orfi R o bert M o r ris. J o hn Mulli g an Edna. J. Mu rd o ck. R o b e rt r-.furph}' B arbara Naron, Ramon Nie ve s, Susan Nusbaum John O 'Connor, G eral}'n O'Grady, M a r gare t 0' Neal. Carri e l ee Orr, R i chard O s born -J I J t J --I

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Fernand o O st rea, B arbara P.lr m l},. Erne st Pa},ne, J osep h P e iar o, Joel !>erantic A na P escod, Ell en Pi c k ell. R ichard P lucke r Trent on Pri ce, B ruce Pr out P rickle L a rry Qui nn, G e r ardo Q uiros. M ar), R ose R e ill}'. J ohn Rich ardson 65

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And now the end i s near ... 66 R enee R iley. Kathleen R o bbi ns, Roy R o b erts, P atsy R obe r tson, A nge l R od riguez R onald R od r iguez Victori a R od rig u ez, Brend a A R oge rs, Eli z a b et h Rose. Kath y R ose J udy R oss, P am R owe, Conn ie R uss, Robert R yan, J ames Saa r i n e n

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R oberto Arm on i:t S:tnti:tgo. Linda S:tnvidolli, Wally Scarbur g h J ames Sch afer Vicki Schoch A I Schawert. J o hn Schw:lmb J :lmes SCOI!, J oyce Seeler Beverly Sene r M:lry Sh:lrp, lIbrg:lr et Slove r C o nnie Smith 1113(the w Smit h R o bert Smith, Wesle} Smith. S:tndr:t K:l}' South, M a rth:t Spinney R obe rt Stanle}'. J o hn Steiner, J ames Stephan, Larry Stephens, Kay Stephenso n Elizabet h Stetler Nor:ll}'n S tewa rt. Susan Stewart Charles St. J o hn P aul Steller, R:ll ph Stinson, Thomas Straig ht Charles Str:ltton. K ir k Strin,gfellow i\brk Stupar, P aul Sucher, P eter Summersetr. R obert Sweat. Arn old Talbott, Bill T homp son. H e l en Thom p son, J ames Thompso n Sheila Thompson J o hn Thomso n D a l e Tho rnburg, Emily T ink ler Ti m T oland, D o nald TreadwelL Pr eston T rim. Jim V:ln L oon. N ati \ idad Vecch ione. Y o l ando Ve ga C armen V iala, J ames Vi c!ette. Cef ViiI Arm ] i\brcella Walker J udy \'I:taiton, D ebb i e \X'al Debbi e \X':lrd. M ar), \'\ argacki, V icki \";lr gacki 67

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68 K athryn \'Va rr e n Fred Webster Edwin \Xfee ks, Wanda White, Har ry Whitne}' jeannette Will Clift o n Wilson. j ane Wil son, Roy Wilson Gary Winn H enry Winter. N e llie Wood J o hn W oo ds. William \'Voods, S ian Wrig h t Step h anie Wynshaw Ric hard YOS I j eanie Ziler Ric h a r d Zornes UNPI CTURED JUNI ORS Dmilo Alf aro, M au hew All e n J\' [ ike Andr ews, Frede rick Atkin so n Clara Barteechi. Ali c e B aue r Sandrn Bearup Stephen Bail ey. J o hn Bauer j o hn Bau g hman Waldo B eck. D avid B ell, D ougi:Js Bernhardt, K e nn et h Besaw, Andr eas B o rreau james Brnswell. Mi c ha e l Bras w ell, j o hn Cole, J o hn Canaan J ames Crane. Cyn/hia Carey, Cristina Collins. Lilian a Dc La Gu ardia, Linda D ixon, I nez Duffes, Carol Dunb a r C h arles Deck. j o h n Dees, R obert D olla r \X!illi:am Eddleman D a rrel Ekestam, i'-'I ichael E llisberg, R obert Eva ns, Quard o F:abreg:a, Ju:an F e rrufino Gregory For s ter Edward G omez, William Rich:ard Grodin Willie H:ali, J:ames H ead, J osep h Hesk e w Alexand er H inch, J o hn H a i singto n Scott H umphrey, Susan Galbr:aith Nancy G a m son, S harl e n e Givens, The r esa Giv o n e lli D:anelle H a ff. H ele n Ha rris, Amelia H aunts, Marcella H:awk, D e bo r a h Heck G e rtrude l uli Mary j:ac k son Bruce j:arvis, R o bert Jeffrey, J o hn K ozlowski, K at h y K aye, M a rtha laboy, Stephen llana, An ge l Lopez, J ulio L o p ez, P atrick MacD o n ell, Frank M:ajo r Mauhew Manning, David Me Conaughey, J ames M c F adden. Gratlan McGroarty V erno n M c Namee, K evin M c K enna, Bruce Mit c hell Philip Mock. Fran cisco M offett. Kathle e n M c Clure Gail M cCona u g hey l ourdes ] ... l i11o r D o nna Mills, l\' l a ria M o nzo. Stephen N)' hus, N o rma Ortiz Laur a Po jak. Kath!) n P apin, B etty Pe:ak, Rosa Andrea P ostan, Agnes Pr ob:ack. R o nald R e nner Da vid Rowe, Elizabeth Ripl e ) ', Leslie R oe, Vi o leta Stetler, Celestino K ennet h Scott, All en Sellers, Ch:aries Shir e r Milt o n Short, Roy Shuey, J ames S huitie Ric hard Smi t h Russell Smit h J o n Stuewe, Mary Thompson Carl Thompson Sharon Van Winkle, Roy \'Vil mot h H a rold Wil son C hri s Wolgens, M:aria \'Vil so n Paub Wirtz, Sand r a W ood, Dthy Wri g ht Wilma Zellh ocfe r Dagm:at D ovo

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I I I I I Class of When the Class of '66' first e nt e r e d th e doors of Balb o a Hi g h Schoo l we wer e l o wly freshm e n sca r e d but curio ous, a nd r eady to go "Freshme n Fir st!", always the m otto for a Fr es hm a n C l ass, h ad a specia l meaning for th e Class o f '6 6', Under the capable lead e r s h ip of President Mik e O sborne, Vice-Pre s ident Pat Chand l e r and Se c r etary D e b bie Wil der, the Fre s h. m an C lass sco r e d seve r a l fir sts. Among t h e m was th e Fres h man Awards A s semb l y with Sara h Runnest rand as the M aster of Ceremonies, featuring a Typical Frosh s kit directed by Chuck B ea r dall. The Fr eshmen became debate c h ampions. D ebaters J ane t Hubona, M i k e Osbo rn e. T o m Size m o r e, and Duk e \'(f i l so n won all th e ir d eba t es. The next year, as not so J ow l y und e r classm e n t h e Sophomo r e C lass elected Duk e Wilso n Preside nt ; Mik e O sbo rne Vice Pr eside n t; and Sarah Runn est rand Secr etary. Cl ass act i vities were limit e d by two unfo r tunate events: the assassi nation of Pr esi d ent K ennedy on Novem b e r 22, an d t h e flag r iots in early J a nu ary B ut t h i n gs did not come to a complet e h a lt. There wa s a Sadi e Hawkins D a n ce f eat urin g D a isy M ae Dori s Gree n a n d l'il Abn e r Duke \'{fi l so n The on l y so phomor e on the c h eerlead ing squad was Ca nd y An de rson N o w h a l f w a y thro u g h hig h sc h oo l t h e Juni o r Class was l ed by Presi d e nt Jim Nich o ls, Vice Preside nt B e nt ley Jenkins, and Secr e t ary J e rri Hunt. Afte r a h a r d campai g n D u k e \'{fi lson was elec t e d S A Vi ce Pres i de nt B reak in g a t r a dition o f man y years, the class c hose a r i n g wit h a rou nd se tting Spi rited c h ss mat es Candy And e r son P a t C h an d l er Muneca Guib e rt, J e rri Hunt an d Nancy T inkle r mad e u p the majority of t h e C h eerlea din g S
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th e class elec t e d Sue M o rris as q u een a n d J e rri Hunt a nd P a t Pratc h e t t as prin cesses. Caribbean Gi rls State and Crossroads Boys' St a t e w e r e hig hl ig ht s of th e year They con s i sted of one week of intense s tudy o f gove rnm enta l practical experim e nt s in t h e workings of t h e govern m e nt At Girls Stat e K a r e n K e rr was electe d Gov e rnor and Sara h Run nestr a nd was e lect e d Lie ut e n a nt Gove r n or. The y also went to Girls' Nation in \Xfas hington D.C. to r e p r ese n t the Cana l Zone. At B oys' State St eve Scballe and C huck B eardall w e re e l ected Gove r n o r a nd Lie ut enant Governo r resp ectiv e ly. Duk e Wil son r e p r esent e d th e Can a l Zone at B oys' Nati on. F inally t h e m e mber s of th e Class of '66 w ere mi g hty Sen i ors, und e r the lead e r s h ip of B e nt l y J e nk ins, Preside nt ; Jim Br ady, Vice-Pre s id e nt; and P at Chandl e r Secretary Duke Wil so n was elected Presid ent of the S.A. a nd M olly K e nningt on and Sar a h Runn est rand we r e S A Secr e tari es. Jim Nichol s be came Batt a l ion Commande r w i th Tom Size m o r e as his executive officer R.O .T.c. Spo nsor s w ere Sue M o rris, B attalion; Mari e Brul and, Company A ; Leslie Dugas Company B; P at Prat chett, Company C; D e bbie Wil der Com pany D ; and Betty Anderson D r ill T eam. The Ch eerlead e rs, P at Chand l e r Mun eca Guibert, Nancy Tinkl e r and Sue W allace, wer e h ead e d by J e rr i H unt W e began t h e year with th e Sen i or R eceptio n at A I brook Officer s' C lub The h ig hli ght of the social cal endar, t h e fir st H o mecoming D ance o f B a lb oa Hi g h Sch oo l, attended by a l umni as well as s tudents, was dir ecte d by c h airman D e bbie \Vild er. Queen Leslie Du gas was attended by S enio r Princesses Sue M o r ris, a nd Pat Prat c h ett. The Senior Picnic a t Summit Gardens had all the in g redi e nt s that a goo d pic nic s h o uld h ave: a lot of ga m es, a n d a n egg throwin g con test, a nd a wate r fig ht. Under th e Tree of L ove" was th e t h e m e of th e Val e n tine F orma l un de r C h airman Margie Co h e n The Queen of H earts was M ars h a C r ece liu s and h e r pr in cesses w ere P a t Chand l e r C h ery l Fussel Sue M o rris, and P a t P ratc h ett. The S enio r Trip and th e S enior Prom brought the year to a close. With g r adu at i on, t h e d oors of t h e hig h sch oo l closed b e h ind us, and a n e w wo rld opened. The C lass o f '66' n ow becomes the Cla ss of '70', a nd scatters.

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74 Honor Graduates An H o n o r G r adua t e i s a s tud e n t who h as attained semeste r of t h e se ni o r y e a r of hig h sc h ool. At t h e w h ite tassels worn on t h eir caps. Mary Almqui s t Be tty A n de r so n L yn n B ag l i e n V i c k y B a rri s C h arles B ea rda ll R o n a l d Beuke ma J ames Bra d y J ohn Br i ga di e r Bev erle y Brown M a rie Bru land K at h e rin e Burton Gary Bus h ove r Lind a Cassibry P at ricia C h andl e r Steve C hristoff e r so n M a r jorie Co h en Fra n ces Dea n P att Earl P aul FlorCruz R ussell G r iffall H ec tor Gomez J an H ab e rth ei r L i nd a Ellen H a mil to n H e l e n H ays E l sie H este r s Kri s tina Higgins Ric h a r d H oy l e J e rrilynn Hunt Be ntl e y J e nkin s K eit h Jeps en M olly K e nnin g ton K a r e n K e r r M arth a Kn ott Ser ge K o h a n L auri e Mac D o n a ld D oris M art in Tho mas M cG r a w a grade po int ave r age of 3.0 o r b e tter at t h e end of the fir st graduatio n ce r e m o ny, th ese se nio r s a re distin guis hed b)' Susan Mee bo e r M o ni ca M eye r H a im Mizra c hi Susan : M o rris J ohn Nita Mi guel Osborne Vi r g ini a P etesc h J a mes Pi c k e r ing Lin da Quinn Mary R edding J ennie R i esc h M art h a Rodriguez Sa r a h Runnest rand J oan S a r tai n D onna Searle L a M a r Sizemo r e Laur ie S k e h an Geor g e Stan ley L yn n e S u c her B e ttin a T o r r es iii V a n Eps Gar y V a u c h e r Gregory Vaut H e l e n Waldron Carol Wallace S usan Wallace Phyllis Warner Geral d Wats o n V i r g ini a W eiss Allan Wells Lind a Whitworth P eggy Willia m so n Duke W ilso n B etty Wong Gary Zambito P a ul Zel n ick

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- I J PrillceH P at Pratc h ett Escor' Jim N i c h ols Homec oming Cour t Qlleen lesl i e D ug. l s : 1nd J::1(01'1 Rich H a rrin gton Princ ess ZiZi Jones EIC OII Jim \Xfilh m The first H o m eco ming D ance o f B a l boa Hi g h Sch oo l was h e ld o n O ctober 23, a t t h e T ivo l i Guest H o use. A s t h e first b i g d ance of t h e yea r it a ttr acte d a l a rge num ber of students. All a lumni of B H.S. \ve re a l so in vite d to :tHeod t h e D ance Mari o f ab r ega a nd The T e mpest s played. Quee n L esl i e Du gas h a d a cou r t o f two senio r s, Sue M orris and P at Pr atc h ett, one junio r M a l ena Br e me r and one sop h o m ore, Z i Z i J ones. The dance was t h e end of a week of H o mecoming activiti es. A pe p r ail} was h ig hli g h ted by m e mber s o f the f oot ball t eam who dressed up in g irl s' gy m s uit s a nd l e d c h ee r s alo n g wit h th e c h eerlea d ers. The senio r s obv i olls l y h ad t h e most spi rit. The r e w as a Vi s itor's Day for a l umni to r e turn an d see teac h e r s a nd friend s, a s w ell as the c h anges and improvem e nt s in t h e sc h oo l in t h e past yea r s. There was a pa r ade an d a bonfire befo r e t h e a nn ua l An c hor Game. The victo r y of S H.S. ove r C.Z.c. m a d e a p erfec t ending to the week. Pl'inceJJ M aienJ. Br emer EfrON T o m R yan PrillceJJ Sue M o rri s Buort R od.2er Dennv -) ) -, 75

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76 Valentine Formal Court P at C h and l e r an d C hu c k B ea rd:J.[[ P a t Prat ch e tt a n d Duke Wilson Qll e en M a r s h a Creceli u s a n d Escort J i m Bra d y M a r s h a C rece l ius and Jim Brady C h eryl Fusse l a nd B en t l e y J e nk i n s S u e M o rri s a nd C h r i s D illo n

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"Under the Tree of L ove" was t h e theme of th e V a J e ntine F ormal. Gue sts entered th r o u g h a Tunn e l of Lov e topped by a rupid, into a room d ecora ted wit h rupids a nd h earts. Everyone enjoyed the mu s i c o f Antonio Arriba ................ .... ............... 11 1 1 II 1

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78 HELEN M AANS T OOS ANN V ADAMAT I S EDUARDO ALFA R O SUSAN E. ALVES BErrY l. A N D E R SON CANDACE l. ANDERSON D I ANE B A RNOLD ROBERT T. A S KEW A L C I NDA B ATK INS ALBERTO E ATfiA SARIT A ATT I A DANIEL AUST I N LYNN A BAGLIEN B ARRY R BALCH J O H N C. BARB JENNY J BARKEJ\!A VICKI L. BARRIS PATRICIA A B A RTLETT

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NANCY K BAS HAM C H A RLE S W BEARDALL JOHN T. BEAR U P OFELIA T. BEATO EDA BEECHNER FLOR INDA BEECHNER MI C H AEL J BELL D IANA M BEMBENEK ERID I A M. BE N ITEZ R OBE RTA M BERGER C HERYL BERRYH ILL RONALD W. BEUKEMA ANA D A LL EN MARY L ALMQU I S T ADRIANA C. ALVARADO M I RIAM E ANDERSON ERI C L ANDREWS ROBERT B. ARBAUGH 79

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80 S A L DRA L. BOWEN J AMES J BRA DY WA Y N E E BRASSEY J O H N D BRIGADIER JAMES R B R OO K S BEVERLY I. BROWN K E L V I N S BROWN MAR I E E BRU LAND MARIONNE H B U NDY TERE S A D B U R K KAT H ERINE M B U RTON GARY E BUSH OVE R PATRICIA A BICKERS TAFF C H ERIE L. BIGGS S T EPHEN BI SELL '" ED W I NA P BITTEL ALAN F BLUMBERG SANDRA C. BLUMBERG ELA I N E A BOEHN I NG C AT HERIN E A B OGGS WILLIAM F BOILE R P A TRI C I A A BOOTH NE L SON R BORRE R O R OBERT J BOU K ALIS

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AUST I N ) BYRD III )OH f CAI N PEDR O A CAMPAGNA I J ERRY A CAMP ION WILLIA M D. C ARPENTER C HARLE S B. C IRROLL R ONALD I. CARROLL LINDA K CASSIBRY MANUEL CAT ZOELA J U D I TH M CI-IAMBONNET PATR I CIA D CHANDLER RIC HARD L. CHANEY Th e Senio r Recepti o n f o r the C l ass o f '66, whi c h took place at t h e Alybrook Officer s Club was one o f the m:tn y hig hli ghts o f the year 81

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82 Ste\ e \X'eibnd and Paul FlorCruz puzzle mer the intricacies of a s l ide rule in Mr. Fraley's physics cla ss. MARTH A J C H AVEZ STEVE \VI. C HRISTOFFERSON LOU I S J C H URC HVILL E CLAUDIA E C LARK CATHY L. CLIN TON MARJOR I E J COHE N LORENE D COLLI S TER S TEVE F COOMBS MIGUEL E CORCO ALLEN L. COURNYER MARSHA A C RECELIUS ANITA P C R EQUE

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FRANKLIN J DISHONG MILDRED E. DOMINGUEZ M I C HA E L J DORAN LESLIE A DUGAS LYNN A DURRETI BARBARA 1. DUVALL PATRICIA 1. EARL JUDITH EMERSON KATHLEEN M ENGELKE DEBBIE G FADE CAROLYN F F A RR TRACY 1. FERREL PATR I CIA E CROSB Y RUTH CROUCH R RONALD CRUMP ROSEMARY CRUS H FRANCES A DEA MAR I SO L DE ]ANON J A MES A DE L A PENA DA VID P DEMPSEY RODGE R H DENNY BARBARA D DETAMORE L UCIA L. DI BLASI C HRISTOPHER ] DILLON ,t' I 83

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84 ORMAN R FILDES JR. LOIS E FINLASO MYCHELL YN K F ISHER LINDA A FORTUNE WILLIAM M FOWLER C H ERYL FUSSELL GER ARDO G. GAMEZ JAMES F GANGLE W I LLIAM C. GARBER JR. FRED A GARC I A JOSEPH R GARRIGA I TZEL GAUD I A 0 KATHERINE M GAY L ORD PATRI C I A L. G I BSON EDUARDO E GONZALEZ RIC HARD S. GONZA LEZ H OLLY M GREEN PEGG Y M GREEN

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RUSSELL K GRIFFALL LANA J GROVES ELIZABETH J GU I BERT JANI S B HABERTH IER LARRY A HAFF PHYLLIS D HAGAR JOH N C. HALLIDAY LINDA E HAMI LTO Lll DA J HAMILTON JOH I D HAN l A RIC HARD I -I. HARRINGTON STEVE E HAT C H P. FLATLEY PAUL T. FLORCRUZ CHARLES FON TAINE NORR I S F FUSSELL OLGA C. CALEGO FREDDIEA NI S GALLARDO 85

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86 PAMELA J HI C K S D KRI STINA HIGGINS DA N I EL L HOGAN THOMAS F HOLMBE R G EDWARD B HOUSE JR C H ARLES W. HOWE RI CHARD D HOYLE JA C Q UELINE L HOYT JAMES A. HUDGI NS BLANCA M HUERTAS LINDA A. H UF F JERR ILY N HUNT -. ISAAC M HAY HELEN C. HAYS LARRY HEBERT LI DA L MAR S HA S HELLMUND PETE R D H ENDRICKSON GABRIEL HERNANDEZ NORM A M H ERRE R A S H ERYLL J H E RRINGTON E JANE HEST E R S SUSAN E HIBBERT CASSANDRA A HIBNER

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W I LLIAM E HUNT E R R EN E E L. J ANKUS BRIAN M JAR V I S P AC H ITA M. JANSON THEODORE A JEMMOTT BENTLEY P JENKINS C HR I S T I E E JENNER KARL JEP SEN KE ITH JEP SEN JERRE L. JOHNS TON EVERETT W. JUST I CE SUZANNE M KAELIN t\luneca Guibert Susie \X/all::lcc, Rich H arri n gto n and J erri H unt l ead the seniors 3t o n e of the P e p rallies 87

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P opul:lr f olksinger Vicki B arris entertains at ?he first H ooten:lnny o f the re:lr. DONALD P. KAT R ONALD F KEENEY PATRI C K M KELSEY MOLLY C. KENN I NG TON BONNI E K KERR KARE N S KERR GARY A K I G NORA E K N I G HT MARTHA J KNOTT J K NOX SERGE D KO H AN JO I I N J. K OTALIK III

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VALE 1'1 ED. LYNC H MARGARET M MAC DONELL THOMAS E MALE ANTOl ETIE M MALENE LESTER D. MALLORY MARJORIE A MALO E WANDA Y MARKS JO ANN MARTI D O R I S MARTIN G ISELA I. MART I NEZ D M cIlEE DEIlERA A McGEE O L GA M LAGASSI E ST EVE K L AGNEAUX M ARKE L H L A R K INS A PRIL A. LEAVER KATHLEE N G. LE IlRUN PE N Y T LEE DO U GLA S G. LE LEBVRE MARY D LES Z CZ KATHLEEN LITTON J U LIETA LOAIZA MARCO A LUGO LA WREN C E LOPEZ

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90 KAREN J McGEE PETER A McGRATH THOMAS M c GRAW ERN E S TI NA C. MED I NA G ILBERT MEDINA SUSAN A MEEBOER MONICA MEYER C HARLETA S. MEYERS PAMEL A A M I C HEL GEO RGE J. M I KOSZ HILDA J M ILLE R M SUSAN M I T C H ELL THOMAS W M I T C HELL H AIM V. M I Z RACHI SHERYL L. MOBERLY LEO R MO T O Y A C H ARLES M MORAS HELEN L. MORRIS

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SUS A N E MORRI S DARRYL K. M O R S E DOUG LA S L. MORS E WALLAC E P MURDOCH JOHN B MYER S JAME S H N I CHOLS JR ARTHU R NORIEGA GARY L. NUR N BERG KEVI N O 'C ONNELL JANE T ODYA KARLE N E O E DI N G V ICTOR W OLIVER PHIL M M c MUNI G L E BERNADETTE M cNAMEE EDNA L. M cNEES E ALBE R T L. RIC H ARD J METZGER MIC H E L E J MEYE R S 91

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92 M I C H AEL A. O'KELLEY N I COLAS A. O RLANDI M IGUEL H OSBORNE MAR GARET J OTT YVONNE P A D I LLA ANDREW V PAGE REAGAN A. PAGE THOMAS W PARKER RI C H A RD J PATTON THOMAS W. PESCOD SUSAN B. PETERSEN M I C HAEL PETERS J eff R iley, Bunny Rudesh eim, and Jim G aog[e keep up 10 dnte on t h e activities of the Senior Cla ss.

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VIRGINIA L. PETES C H J OE F PIASCIK JAME S R PIC KERIN G GAB RIL A PINZON SUSAN R POERNER BARBARA P OSE Y PATRI C I A A PRA T CHETT MARY PROUDFOOT BOYD E QUATE LINDA K QUINN ELSA M R AMOS JOHN E RATHEGEBER R UTH AN RAYMO D M ARY M REDD ING J O H N F REYNOLDS C H ARLOTTE A RHODES RANDALL D RICH GWYNETH O. R ICHARD C HARLES D RI C H ARDS LISA E. RICHARDS PA U L W. RICH A RDS EV A V RICH A RD SON DAVID B RICK E R JENNI E L. RIESCH 93

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9 4 G R ACE A RILEY J EF F j RILEY IRI S S. RIV IERA MARTHA M RODR IGUEZ RICHARD ROO NEY PA U L M ROWE STE PH EN M ROZZELLE CYNTHIA E RUDESHEIM SA R A H G. RUNNESTRAND NIKKI SABO MAYRA j SAL C EDO S H A RONLEE SAMSON JOAN M. SARTAI PHYLLIS D. SASNETT MARK SAUNDER S K ATHY L. SC HROEDER O RVILLE O. SCROGGI N DONNA A. SEARLE MARGORIE j SENER JON I E SEVERSON CONSTANCE M SHIMP W ILLIAM R SILEN C H ARLES C. SIMMONS S H EILA Y SIMMONS

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Barbara Hopkins o b v i ous l y enjoys the latest I diot's Del i ght." LAMAR T. S I ZEMO R E SUSAN E SKAER LAURIE J SKEHAN LOWELL E S LAGLE EMMANUEL T SLEDGE PAULA G. SLEDGE RUSSELL B. SMITH SALLY A SMITH STEP HEN T. SMIT H THOMAS H SMITH STEPHEN J SOBAL L E DA VlD A SPEIR { 95

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96 THERESA A S PRAGUE J O H N E SPRI N KL E SAN D R A S P INNEY LYNNE J SU C HER R I C H A R D R SWANGER JUNE C. T AHT 1 . "-. .:, ... I -... . ... J,-M I C HAE L J T HOMPSON NANC Y E TIN KL ER GWENDOLYN M TODD STEVEN E TORIAN C ARLO S A T O RRE S H ECTOR T O RRE S T INA T O RRE S LIN DA TURPI N ROB ERT V A N W I N KLE GARY VA UC H E R GREGORY A V A U T M IGUEL A V ECC H IONE

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' J USTO E VELEZ MITZI I VOGEL HELE N J WALDRON CAROL A WALLACE SUSAN M WALLACE JAMES WALKER PHYLLIS R WARNER DENNIS W. WATKI NS GERRY A WATSON MICHAEL J WEADE VICKY WEEKS STEPHEN C. WEILAND -, MARGARITA O STALLWORTH GEORGE l. STANLEY THOMAS E STOAKL EY DANIEL H TAM MELANIE C. TARFLINGER FRANK R TESTER 97

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98 The S enio r pep club wins t h e c h eering c onle s t 31 the H omecoming P e p Rall y VIRG INIA A. WEISS STEVE L WELLMAN ALAN H WELLS BETIY J. WHITE EVERETT WHITE JUDY K. WHITE WELDON L WHITE LINDA A WHITWORTH EDWARD T. W IESE DEBORAH E W ILDER SCOTT W I LLIAMS PEGGY W ILLIAMSON

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MAR IAN W ILLIS D U K E W I L S O N KATH Y S. W INN NANCY W INNER BRENDA K W I S EMA N BE1TY WONG LINDA F WOODRUFF PAMEL A K W OODS R EBECCA L. WOODS LORA I N WORSHAM NANC Y L. YORK G ARY L. Z AMB ITO COl N I E S. Z EMER ELLE N F Z ITZMAN UNPICTURED SENIORS: M a rit za A izpurua; A de l a B acot; Ric h a r d B acot; Arth u r B aggott; S u san B ell; i\l:lrvin B raswell; A nde r son B rown; L O fmin e B r own; Car ol B rowne; Thomas B u r c h ; A usti n B y r d III ; J oan n e C h avez; Step h en Cl aybourne; Emil i o Coope r ; Barb a r a Crosby; G ail O c rr e r ; Patric i a D es Landes; \ '\foodworl h D r:1ughon ; G lo ria D uke; P aulos D\\1're l; M a r i n a F igue r oa; J udy F inch ; Barb:lt:l Fugua; H ector G o m ez; AI bert G onzallez; T imot h y G uthrie; D o u g l as H i n c k ; H o r ace H olley; B arvara H op k i ns; B ruc e H unt ; Lind a H urley; Ch arles L:trsen; \'(:ralle r L enneville; Ti moth y i\,f:tlone; G e r a l d M a l o n ey; Nancy Ma so n ; P ete M c Bride; Zeev Mogi levsk) '; J ohn Mor a l es; Maria i\lorfi; J oan Mulle r ; D avid Myers; John N i ta; P atricia ODo nnell ; R o ber Olshask ie; Thomas P escod; J ose P once; Alfr ed S:mchez; Anthony Schmid; Dougl:ts Schnepel; H arry Showalter; Rob e rt Smai l ; L eighton Smith; G eorgette Sosa; Sandra Spinney; Steve Strange; Da ve Stepp} '; Susan Ste tt ler ; D o nald Stevens o n; Fred Szyman ski; Danp T oma h; Rupert Turne r ; Lill Van Eps; Carol Walker; M ary White; Fred Whitney; Lyle \ X7ickham: M :lr i:m \ '\fillis ; Scott Wilhm; Patrici:l \'\fo ege ns: P au l Z e lnick; 99

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Swi n ging Senio r s Pat C h a n dler a n d Chu c k Beardall H app y Beetho v en's Birthdtty Pttrty The Class \ / Sanh likes money. Strengt h Tttl e n t Studi o us! B o nita!

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Uncoordinated H e Man! L one ly! G 1/ F AY Nl> T,IIS 'RlA A AN Curious! Even Seniors get hurt. G o r geo us! S peak n o evil see n o evil, hear n o evil. Athleti c Senio r s play f ootball. 101

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102 Senior Activities H ELEN .MADLINE AANSTOOS: Septem b e r 1 9 1 948 ; B urli ngto n V e r mo nt. Dram a Club 4 ; Drill T ea m 4 ANN VERONI C A ADAMI T I S : A u g u s t 9 1947 ; G ardne r M ass3ch usetts. MARITZA ICENIT AI Z PURUA : M ay 2 1 9 47; P a nam a, Re p. of Pan ama. Fren c h Club I 2; F o lk Sin g ers Club I ; c.c.c. 2. EDUARDO A L FAR O JR.: D ece m be r 1 2, 194 6; P anama R ep of P a n am a B asketb all 3. A N A D ALLEN: J a n ua r y 1 2, 1 9 48; Trin i dad B ritis h \Xfest I ndi e s Girls St3t e 3 ; A t B u rlin gt on H i g h S c h ool, M as sac h usetts: S o f l b all 1. LEONARD G IL MER ALLEN: N o \ c m b e r 2 1 1 9 46; A ncon C1nal Z o ne. M ARY L ORE N E AUoIQ U I S T : J une 4 1 948; San Fr a ncisc o, C a l i f o rnia. V isito r s Day U s h e r 2 3; G irls Stat e 3. ADR IANA C L O T I LDE ALVARADO : Apri l 27 19 46; P anama, R e p o f Pan:J.ffia. F B .LA. 3, 4 ; c.c.c. 1 2. 4 ; F H A I ; T o m o rr ow's Secr e t a r ies 4; Carniva l Cou r t L S USAN ELLS \ ,\ 'ORTH A L VES : F ebruJrY 27. 1 946; A ncon C anal Z o ne D r ;tma Clu b 3 4; F .B-LA. 3, 4; Li ter ary Club 2; Libr a r y Asst 2 ; Offic e Asst 3; R O T .e. A s st 4; Girls State 3; Us her 3. BETTY L. ANDERSON: M a r c h 23, 1 948; G r e a t F alls, M o ntana Ch ess Club Secr e t ary 2; F.T. A 2 3. P resi d e nt 3; F N A I ; G A.A 2 3; M u A l p h a Theta 3 ; Nati onal H on o r S ociety 3, 4; S c i e n ce Cl ub 2; Usher f o r N H.S. 2: R O T .e. Spons o r 4 ; S A R e p resent a tiv e 4 ; Girls Sta t e 3. C A N DANCE L Y l\.'N A NDERS O N : Septembe r 7. 1 94 8 ; A s hl a n d Wisco n s in D ram a C l ub 3; F o lk Sin ge r s Clu b 2; F .T A 4; G A A 3. 4 : S.A R epre sentati"e 1 2 3: I ntramura l s 2 3 P a rrak eet 1 ; Ch eerlea d e r 2. ;: U s h e r 2. 3: Girls S t a te 3. MIR IAM E S TER ANDERSON: J une 10 19 48; B ogota, Co l ombia F o lk S i n ge r s C lu b 4; F .T A 3 4: F N A. 4 ; B a nd 1 2 ; 4 ; Gl ee Club 4. ERIC LANCE A N D REWS : J u l y 4 1 948; A n c on Can a l Z o ne R O .T.e. R ifle T eam 2, 3; H o n o r Guar d 2 3 4; Second L ieu t enant 4 ROBERT BRUCE ARB AUGH : D ecem ber ; 1 1 948 : Charleston \ X'est V i r,ginia. Dra m a Cl u b 1 2. 3; N a ti o nal T hespi a n s 2 3 ; L tin Clu b 1 : L i br a r y Club 1 ; R O.T. C. Honor G u ard 2 ; Drill T eam 3 ; U s h e r G uard 3 D I MTE BOi\.'N IE AR NOLD: M ar c h 1 8. 1 948; Cle v e l a nd O hi o F N A 4; Cl inic A s s t 4: Office A s s t 4 ROBERT T. ASKE W' : F e bruary 7 1948 : A n c on Can a l Z o ne L etterman's C l ub 4 : F oo tball 2. 3, 4 ; Intramura l s I 2, 3. ALCINDA B RONS ATKINS : N ov em b e r 1 8 1 946; N o rf o lk V ir,gi nia F H .A. 2 ; F N A 2 ; Clini c A s s!. I ; P in k ies 2; U s he r 4 A L BERT E ATrI A : J an u ary 1 9 1948; Colon R ep o f P an ama. S A R ITA ATTI A : June 1 5 1 9 46: Colon R e p o f P anama FB. L A 4 JA CK I E MTN A U GUST : Se p tem be r 15, 1 94 7 : New J e r s ey D A NIEL ALEXANDER A U STIN : Sept e mber 1 1 948; Cr ist o b al. Can a l Z o ne R 0.T.c. 2 3; Seco n d Li eutenant 4 : H o n o r Gua rd 1 ; F o ot ball 3; Swi m min g L ADE L A J UDY B ACOT : Septem b e r 6 1948; A ncon C a n a l Z o ne. F B L.A 4 ; F H A 2 ; F N A 2 ; L i b rary Clu b 3 ; P an Am erican C l ub 2; Spani s h Club 4 ; c.c.e. 4 ; T o m o r row s S e cre t a ries 4; Coun se l o r s Asst 2 3; Lib r a r y Asst 2 : Spani s h T uto r 2 J AME S BAG G01T: l\
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ROBERTA :MAXI N E BERGER ; August 5, 1948; Cmal Z one. D rama Cl ub I 2; F o lk Si nger s 2; F.N. A 2 3; S A R e p 1 ; S A A lt. 2; Intramural s 2, 3; C horus 2; D r ill T eam 2; C h rist mas F o r ma l Court 3; B est D ressed 3. PATTY A BICKERSTAFF : M a r c h 2 1 1948; St. Augustine, F lo r ida. F ol k Si ngers Club 3 4; H umanities C lub 4; Scie nce Cl u b 3, 4; United Nations Cl u b 3; V isito r s Day Us h e r 3. C HER I E L Ai\ [OU R B I G G S: J une 2 1947; J ac k sonville, Florida. S T EVE A LLEN B ISSEL L ; J 3 nuary 1 5, 1947; A ncon, Cana l Z o ne. R .O.T.e. PFC 4; C h orus 4. EDWI N A PATRICI A B I T TEL: August 1 8, 1948; Managu 3, Nic3ragu:t French Club 3; Pan Amer ican Club 3; Photograph y Club 2; S c ience Club I 2; O ffice A ss!. 4; P arra k ee t 4 ALAN F B L U M B ERG : October 1 6, 1948; A nco n Canal Zone Bridge Club 2 ; Science Club 1 ; R O T .e. 2 3; D rill T eam 2; R ifle T eam 2 ; Honor Guar d 2 ; S. A A lternate I ; J V Football 3; Intramural s 1 2, 3; B oys St a te 3; V isitors Day Us h e r 3. S A NDRA CELIA BL UJ\ IBERG : i\larc h 3 1 1948; Can3 1 Zone F H A 1 ; F N A. I 2; G A A 1 ; L i te r ary Club I 2; P an A merican Club 1 2; Counsel o r 's A ss!. 3. ELAI N E ALVI N A BOEH N I N G : M a r c h 22, 1948; St. P ete r s b u rg, Fl o ri da G A A 2 3 4; libra r y Club 2, 4 ; I nt ramurals 2 3, 4. CATHERIN E A BOGGS : F e b ruary 25, 1948; M a r ga rita Cana l Z one. F ol k Si ngers Club I 4. W I LLlAJ\! FRED BO I LER III : M arc h 28 1948; C olorado Sp r ings Co l o r ado. S A A lternate 3; Intramur als 3; Zonian 3. PATRIC I A ANN BOO T H : Januar y 15, 1948 ; Ancon, Cana l Zone. Chess Club I 2; G A A 1 2 Manager 3, Secretary 4; L ibra r y Club 1 2, V ice President 3, President 4; Spanis h Club 4; L ib rary A sst. I; S. A Repr esentative 3; I ntra m u rals I 2, 3, 4 ; G irls State 3; Sen ior Pep C lub 4. NELSON REN E BORRERO: M a r c h 6, 1948; Anco n Canal ZOne. Intramurals 1,2,4; C horus 1 ; Orc h est r a 1 2, 3, 4. ROBERT JAJ\IE S BOUKALl S : A p ri l 12, 1948; Ancon Cana l Z one. B r i d g e Cl u b 4; Leltennan s Cl u b 3, 4; Unite d Nations Club 3; R O T .C. 2, 3; Second L ieutenant 4 ; H o n o r G ua r d 4; F o o t ball 1 2 ,4; ].V. B asketball 1; Intr amur:tls 2. SANDRA L EA BOWEN: January 2 1948; A nc o n Canal Z one. Dra m a Club 1 4; F ol k Singe r s Cl u b 1 2, 3, 4; C h o r us I 2 3,4; G lee Cl ub 1 2,3,4; A r t A wa r d 2 JAMES JOS EPH BRADY: j u l y 11, 1947; M il waukee, W i sconsin. F o l k Singer s Club 2, V ice P resident 3; M at h Clu b 3; 1\-1u A lp h a Theta 4; Natio na l H o n o r Society 3, 4; D e b ate S oc iety 2 3, 4; R O T C. Honor G ua rd 2, 3, 4; Secon d L ieute nant 4 ; Cl ass V ice President 4; F ootball 2, 3; j.V. B asket b all 2 ; Trac k 3; B oys State 3; Christmas F o r ma l Court 3. WAYN E EDW AR D BRASSEY : D ecem b e r 1 1947; C aspe r Wro m ing. F B.L.A 4 ; Humanities C l u b 4; Sl ide Rul e Club 4 ; R .O.T. C. 2, 3; Second Lie u tenant 4; I nt ramur als 3; A t Cristo b a l H i g h Sc h ool: 2 1 Cl u b 1 ; R O T C. 1 ; I n t ramur a l s 1. M IKE C LEJ\! ENTS B RA SWELL: O cto b e r 1 3, 1 94 7 ; S a n J ua n P u e rt o Ri co. D ram a Club 1 2 3, 4; N a t iona l Thespians 3, 4 ; F o lk S ingers Club I 2, 3, 4; P a n Amer ic a n Club 1 ; e.c.c. 1 ; R O .T.e. Band 2, 4; PFC 4; S A Repr ese nt a tive I ; S.A Alt ern a te 2; I nt r amurals 2 3, 4; B a n d I 2, 3, 4; Ch o r us I 2. J O H N DAV I D BRIGADI ER : J a n u ary 7, 191 8; Sa n F ran c i sco, Cal ifo rn ia. Lelter mans Cl ub 4; H umani ties C l ub 4; Nati o na l Honor So c i e ty 4; S wimmi ng 3, 4 ; Trac k 3, 4; I n t r a murai s 3, 4 ; A t C ent r a l Junior H ig h Sc hool Lawton. Ohio: Letter mans Club 1 ; F ootball-All S tate F r es hman F oot b all T eam; Trac k 1 ; Swim m i n g C a pt ain 1 ; Bas k etball 1 ; Cl ass P r esiden t 1 ; Lat in Cl u b 1 ; Honor Soc i e t y 1 ; At L a w to n H ig h S c hool : Lette r ma n s Club 2 ; T r ac k 2; S wimmin g 2 ; Wrestling 2; S t ud ent C o u nci l 2; Latin Club 2; H o n o r Socie ty 2 ; Speec h Cl u b 2 JAM E S R BROOKS' August 2-1. 1948 ; Shreveport, Louisiana. A t Bourne H ig h School, Bourne, M assac h usetts: Golf Club 1 2, 3. A N DERSON BOYD BROWN: M a r ch 21, 1948; New London. Connecti c u t. L ettermans Club 4; F oo tball 3, 4; Cana l Zone A ll Stars 3; I n tramurals 3. BEV E RLEY I S A BEL L A BROWN: j uly 25, 1948; Seattle, Washington. Drama Club 1 ; F T A 2, 3, 4; H umanit i es Club 4 ; M u Alpha Theta 3, 4; National Honor S oc iety K ELV I N STEVEN BROWN: November 18, 1947; Arlin gto n Virginia. Chemistry A ss!. 2, 3; R O T C. 2, 3; Band 1 2, 3, 4 L O RRAI N E MARY BROWN: Septem ber 5, 1948; Sa n Fran cisco, Calif o rnia C A ROL ANNE B R O\\TNE : F e b ru a r y 9 1947; i\!a r garita, Canal -Z o n e. MA R IE ELi Z A BETH BRU LA N D : J uly 1 4, 1948; P anama, Rep of P anama. B ridge Club. Vi ce P r es ident 4 ; Humanities C l ub 4; N ational Honor Society 3, 4; Spanis h Honor Soc i ety 3, 4; Orga n Guild 1 D e an 2. T reasurer 3 4; R O T C. Sponsor 4; S A R epresenta tive 2; S A Alternate 3 ; Intramurals 2; C h orus 1 ,2. 3; Glee Club 2, 3, 4 TERESA D I A N E BUR K : january 1 8, 1948 ; Alto n Il linois F B L.A 2; F'. H A 2; G A.A I, 2 4; I nl r amu r als 4 M A R IONNE H U A BUNDY: September 29, 1947; A. N A P utuyant River M a r yla nd KA THERIN E MADELIN E B U R TON: September 9 1948; C olumbus, Ohio. G AR Y E BLJSH O VE R : A p ril 18, 1948; N o r th T o n awa n d a New Y o rk J O H N FRAN KLI N C AI N : 12, 1946; San D iego. Ca li fornia P EDR O AU GUSTO C A ? IPAGN A N I : O cto b e r 18 1 94 6; P a na ma, Rep. o f P anama. Pan A me r ican Club 3; Cl u b 2; Library A ss!. 2; Chemist r y A sst. 2; Chor us 1; B aseball I 2 J E R R Y ANN CA;"IPION : June 24, 1 948; Hamilton F i e ld. Cal i fornia. D rama Club 3, P r es ident 4; F ol k Singe rs 3, 4; Bri d g e Club 4; S A Repr ese ntative 4; I n t ramurai s 4 ; Se n io r Pep Club 4 A t P rin ce G eo rge H ig h Sc hool, P rin ce G eo r ge. V i r gini a : Cheerl eader 1 2; L ib r ary Club President; L ibrary A sst. 1 2; P e p Club 1,2; Spanish Honor S oc iet y 1. W ILLI A M DAN I E L CARPEN T E R : J une 1 9 1 9 4 8; P o rtl an d O regon Cho r us 3; F oot ball 4. C H ARLE S BARRET C A R RO L L : D ecem b e r 25, 1947 ; Coco Solo. C:ln:ll Zone. V i ce P r esident SC A 1 ; j.V. F oot ball 1: Math Cl ub 1 ; Science C lub 1. RO NALD IVE S C A R R O L L : A p ril 17, 1946; jackson ville Flo r ida L ettermans Club 3: Sh o p A ss!. 2. 3; F oot ball 2. 3: T ra c k 1. 2. 3; Intramurals I. 2, 3. LINDA KAY C ASSI BRY : M a r y 20, 1948 : M argarita. Cana l Zone. G A A 4; Nationa l Honor Society 4; O ffice A ss t 4: lntramura ls 1,2, 3,4. MANUE L CATZOELA: A pril 23, 1948 ; New Y o r k City New York j.V B a s k etball 3; T ra ck 3. J U DITH M A R IA C H Ai\ IBONNET: June 1 2 1947; P anama, R e p of P anama PATRICI A DIANE CHANDLER: A pri l 1 2 1949; Col on, Rep_ o f Panama. B r idge Club I ; G A A 1 2 .3, T ennis M ana.gel 4; M ath Club .); Mu A lpha Theta 3; NatIOnal Honor Society 3. 4 : Science Club 1 ; D e bate Society 2; Ch em i stry A sst. 3; S A R ep. 1 2, 3; Cla ss V ice P r e s ident 1 : Cl ass Secretary 4; Tennis I 2. 3, 4; Intramur a l s 1 2. 3, 4: Cheerleader 3, 4: S p anis h Honor S oc iety 4; O uts tanding S A i\Iember 1; All A Award 2; G i rl s 3. R I CHARD LEE CHANEY : January 18, 1948; I ndiana 103

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104 MARTHA JANE C H AVEZ : June 8, 1 948; FI. Clart on, Canal Z one. Office A ss!. 4; I nframurals 4. STEVEN W C H R I S T OFFE RSON: Odober 1 7, 1948; S a lt L ake Citr, Utah. A t Midwest City H igh School Okl a homa : Latin Club 3; National H ono r Society 3. LOUI S JOS EP H C H URCH V ILLE: September 26, 1947; Was h in gto n D C. Drama Club 1 ; F .B.LA. 4; H umanities Club 4; R O T .e. H o no r Guar d 2, 3; Staff Serge-:ant 4 ; S A R epresentative 3; Boys State 3. CLAUD I A ELIZABETH C L ARK : N ove mbe r 24, 1946; M a r ga r i ta, C ana l Z one. F rench Club 3, 4; Nati o n a l T h espians 2; H um a nities C l ub 4 : Spanish Club 4. STEP HEN PAU L C LAYBO URN E : April 4, 1 948; T ampa, Flo rida I ntra murals 3. CAT H Y LYNNE CLINTON: Mar c h 2, 1948; Carmel Cali. f o rnia Drama Club 3, 4; F o lk Singe r s Club 3, 4; F H A. 3; Spanis h Club .j; Cho r us 3. L ORENE DENISE COLLIS TER: J une 1 948; V irginia D ra rna Club 3: F olk Singe r s Club 2; F T .A I 2, 3. 4 ; F N A 1 2. 3. 4: P an A merican Club 2; Spanish Club 4; Science C l ub I ; Clinic Ass!. 2; Girl s Stale 3. MIG UE L E CORCO : July 10, 1 948; H ous t o n Tex as. H umani ties Club 4; Spanis h Club 4: I ntramurals I 2, 3, 4; Trac k 4; Bask e tb:tll 4: Cho rus 2. 3. i\IA RJOR I E JOYCE CO H EN : October 1 9, 1948; Los A ngeles, California Folk 2 ; G .A .A 1. 2 3; Nati onal H o n o r Soc iety 3, 4; D e bat e Soci ety 2; S .A. Repr esentat ive 2, 3; I ntra mur als 1 ; Gi r l s State 3: Orientat ion D:ar Usher 2; Baccal au reate U s h e r 3; Graduation Usher 3; Zonia n 4. S TEVE FRAN K COOM B S : D ecem ber 20, 1948: Was h ingt o n D .C. Chess Club 2 3. 4; Brid ge Club 2, 3, 4 ; M ath Club 3; Ch emist r y A sst. 3; J V Basket ball 3; I ntramu r als 2 3, 4 H OLl O COO PER: N ov emb e r 26, 1946; C o l o n R e p o f P anama. L ibrary Club 4: Science Club 4; Debate Society 4; Baseball 4; Bask et b all 4: Swimming 4 ; Chorus 4 A L LEN L EON COU R N YER: Novemb e r 12. 194 8; San A n t onio, T exas F o l k Singe r s Club 4; Bridge Clu b 4; R O .T.e. 2, 3; Second L!. 4. ;-"IARS H A ANNE CRE C ELIUS: May 2 8, 1 948; Salem, Oregon Z o nian 4; S .A Repr esenta tiv e 4 Counselors Ass!. 4 : A t H ampton H i g h School. H ampton. V i r gin ia: S .C.A R epresentative 2; A Cappella Choir 3; M i xed Chorus 2; K rabba K aravan R adio P r og r am 3; G e r man Club 2. 3; Y F .C. 2. 3. AN I TA PEAR L A CREQUE : May 12, 1948; Ancon C a na l Z o ne. F T .A 3. 4: P : m Ame r ican Club I 2, 3; Scien c e C l ub I ; Slide Rule Club 2 B ARBARA JOAN C R OSB Y : May 1947 ; Madison Wis consi n Chorus 4; Drill Team 4 PATRiCiA E L LEN CROSBY: September 9, 1918; Stoughto n \X'isconsin. Dr ama Club 4; F o l k Singers Club 4; F B .L.A. 4; Clinic Ass!. 4; Chorus 4; Drill Tea m RUT H CROUCH : J anuary 19, 194 8; M a r g arita, C a nal Z o ne. F olk Singers Club 2, 3, 4; F . A I ; T o m o rr ow's Secretaries 4; Ch o rus 1. 3; Glee Club 3, 4 R RONALD CRUi\ I P : September 29, 1 948 ; Col on, Rep of Pan ama. Letterman s Club 3 4 ; R O T .e. Sergeant 3: S .A. R ep. 1 ; S.A Alt ernate 2, 3; F ootball 2. 3; I nt r amurals 2 FRANCES ADELAIDE DEAN: May 1 1 1 9 48 ; Culpepper, V i r ginia. F olk Singer s Club 2; Bridge Club 4; F T .A I : National H onor Society 3, 4; Hu manities Club 4; Org:an Guild 2 Secretary 3. 4 ; D e b ate S ociety 2; Chorus I 2, 3, 4; Glee Club I 2, 3, 4, JAMES ANDREW DE LA PENA : O cto b er 3, 1948 ; Ancon Canal Zone M A R I SO L DE JANON: A pril 15, 1 946; P anama R ep of P anama. DAVI D P HILLIP DEM PSEY : May 30, 1 948 ; An nisto n A la bama R O D GER H DENNY : D ecem b e r 23, 1 947; Los Angeles Cali f o rnia Br i dge Club 3; R O T .e. H ono r GU:lrd 2; Color Gu ard 2, 3; Staff Sergeant 4: S .A A lternate 2: Swimming 2 GAIL AN I TA DERRER: N ov embe r 1 7, 1 9 4 8; New Y o r k F H A 1 ; T y p i ng Asst !. BARBARA DE EN D ET A MORE : J anuary 1 5 1948; A ncon Canal Zone L iterary Club 3; Orc hestr a 1,2,3. LUCI A L OURDES D I B LASI : O cto ber 1 6, 1947; P anama H um :lnities Clu b 1; Spanish Club 4; T omo rr ow's Secretaries 4; Office A ss!. 4. C H R I STOP HER JOH N D ILLON: Julr 6, 1948 ; A ncon Cana l Zone. H umanities Club 4; I ntramurals 1 2, 3, 4; Seni o r P ep Club F R ANKLIN J O H N D I S H O T G : M a r c h 28, 1 947; A ncon, Cana l Zone M I L DRED E I L EEN DOM I N G U E Z: M:ly I I 1 948; A nco n Cana[ Zone Pan A merican Club 3; Tomorr ow's S e cr e t:lries 4 ; Office Asst 4. J O S E PH DORAN: O cto ber 27, 1948; A ncon. Canal Z o ne F r e n c h C l ub 3; R O T .e. H o n o r G u ard 2, 3: Second Lt. 4 WOOD\,\IORTH RUFUS DRAUG HON: Ma}' 28, 1 947; P ana m" LESLIE ANN D U GAS : F e bruary 22, 1 9, 1 8; Panama, Rep o f P anama F ol k Singe r s Club 4; R O T.e. Sp onso r 4; I ntmmura l s : Drill T eam 3; H omeco ming Queen 4. At C r ist o bal High School: Class Vice Pr esident 1 2; M a j o reue 2; G lee Clu b 1. GLOR I S At'\lN DUKE : A ugus t 24, 1948: Anron Canal Zone. Folk Sin1;ers 3; F .N. A 2; H umanities Clu b 4; Spanis h Club 4; S c i ence C l ub 3, 4; Organ Guild 3, 4 ; B i o[ogy A ss!. 4; I ntra murals 3; Chorus 3. L YNN ANN DURREll: Februar y 13. 1 948; Norfol k V ir g inia Drama Club 4; Hum:ani ties Clu b 4 A t O:ak Ridge H i g h Sch ool. Orl ando. Flo r ida: F H A 3: G .A A 3; Latin Club 3; Spanish Club 2. 3. BARBARA LEE DU VALL : July 28, 1 947 ; M a rg:lCita, Can:al Zone. LIbr ary Club 4: T omo r row's Secr etaries 4: Office A ss!. 4 PArr EARL: D ecem b er 22, 1 947; Ath ens. Greece. Drama Clu b 4: G .A .A 4; Club 3, 4; M u A l p h a 111eta 3, 4; Nat i ona l H ono r Society I ; I ntramura l s I 2, 3, 4; P:lrr akeet E dito r 4; Q uill and Scroll 3, 4. JUDI T H EME RSON : J u n e 30, 1918; B i rmin gham. i\lichig:an Drama Club 4; F rench C l ub -1; F H .A 4; F T.A 4; T omorrow's Scrretaries 4. KATHLEEN MA R Y E NG E LKE: M arc h 3 1 1 948; A ncon, Cana l Z one. Folk Singers 3, 4; F B .L.A. 4; B i o l ogy A ss!. 3, 4 ; Intra Tlur:ll s I 2 DEBBIE CAY FADE : Ma rch 1 1 194 8; L u b b o c k Texas. D r ama Clu b 3, 4: F o l k Singers Clu b 3. P r esident 4; T ennis 3, 4; I ntra murals 3, 4 ; Gl ee Club 3, 4 ; Gi r l s State 3; Graduati o n Ushe r 3. CAROLYN FRA NCES F ARR : D ece mber 26. 1 948: Urbana, IIli n ois. T omo rr ow's Secre taries ,I; S .A. A lt e rnate 3 TR A C Y L. FERREL: Novembe r 13, 1 946 ; F allo n Nevada S l ide Rul e Club 3; R O :r.e. 2, 3, Serge a nt 4 ; Band 1 2, 3, 4 NORMAN R OB E RT F I L D ES: D ecembe r 1 6, 1 948; L exi ng ton, K entuc ky. R O T .e. H onor Guard 2, 3; Sec o nd Lt .. 4 : Basket b all 4; Senio r P ep Club 4 At Breck inridge C o unty H I.gh School, H ardinbury, K entud.:y: Bas ketball I ; Baseb all 1 ; SCIence C l u b i ; C l ass Vice P resident i L O I S E L AYNE F I NALSON : F eb r uary 1 8, 1 948 ; M arg:Hita, Cana l Zone. F olk Singe r s 2 ; F T A 2 3, 4; M at h C l u b 3;

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1>. l u Alpha T heta 3 ; Natio nal H onor Society 4; Scien ce Club 2; Intramurals I, 2. t\IYCHELLYN KAY FIS HER: J une 9 1 948; B ig Springs, Texas F H A I ; Humaniti es Club 3; Office A ss!. I ; Ch o rus 1 2, 3 4; Pep Club 2,3 ; Girls League 1,2,3. T H01>.IA S P FLATLEY: J u l y 14, 19 18; Ft. Bragg, N Carolina R .O.T.C. Pri\' ate 4. PAUL T H01>.IAS FLOR CRUZ: August 3 1 1948 ; Camp K il me r New J ersey. F B L.A 4 ; Lenermans C lub 4; National Honor Society 4 ; Science Club 3 ; R O T .e. Corporal 3; Foot ball 1 2 ; j.V. B asketball 1 2; B asketball 4; Track 2 4; I nlr:unurals 3 4; Parrakeet 4; S.A. R epresentative 4; Sen i o r Pep Club 4 ; B oys State 3 CHARLES FONTA INE: October 27, 1948; A ncon, Canal Zone. e.e.e. I 2 ; R O T.C. H o n o r Guard 2 3; Rifle T eam 2 ; Color Gua r d 3 ; Staff Ser g eant 4 ; Trac k 1 2 4 ; Intramurals 1 2 LINDA ANN FORTUNE: Novemb e r 10 1946 ; P anama W ILLlAl \1 M FO\X LER : January 1 6, 1 94 8 ; Muskogee Okla h oma. R O T .e. Pri vate 4. BARBARA A FUQUA: J ui}' 28, 1 948; Springfi eld T ennessee G A.A. I. 2; Clinic A ss!. 2; Office A sst 3. NORRIS F F USS ELL: May 25, 1948; Panama, Rep. of P ana ma F olk Singers Club 4 ; Lener mans Club 4; R O T C. Honor Guard 2 3; Drill T eam 2; Us her Gu::trd 2 ; Second Lieutenant 4; S A A lternate 1 ; Baseball 2 3 ; Intramur::tl s I, 2; Mrtholog y C l u b 1. O LGA CARMEN CA LEGO: N o \ em b e r 19, 1945 ; P anama, Rep. of P anama Pan A m e rican Club 3 ; e.c.c. 3 ; Folk Singers Club 4 ; F B .LA. 4 ; Latin Club 4 ; Spanish Club 4 ; Tomorro ws Secretaries 4 ; United Natio ns Club 4 FREDDIEANN SERGEANT GALLARDO: D ecember 4. 1 946; M a r g arita Cana l Zone. Drama Club 1; French Club 1; F B .LA. 3 : Pan American Club 3; c.c.c. 1 2; Tomorro ws Sec r etaries 3 ; Counselors A ss!. 2 : S A Representative 3; R O T. C. Assistant 4; D rill T eam 2. 3; Carnival Court 1; Christmas Formal Court 3 JERRY G GAMEZ: August 7 1947; Laredo, T exas. Drama Club 4 ; Natio nal Thespian 4 ; Bridge C l ub 4; Humanities Club 4; P h otography Club 4: R O .T.C. Corporal 4; S.A Repre sentat i ve 4 ; P arr:lkeet 4 ; Senior Pep Club 4 A t Mont La Salle N:lpa, Califo rnia: J ournalism I ; Intramur a l s 1; Glee Club 1. JA1>.IES FRANCI S GANGLE: November 1 9 194 8 ; R oc h ester, Pennsyh' ania Swimming 4 ; Intramurals 4 WILLIAM COLE GARBER JR.: August 3 0 19 4 5 ; Clifton F orge, Virgini a S A Alternate 2; I ntram ural s 2 3 4. FRED A NTHONY GARCIA: J une 7 1948 ; Margarita, Canal Zone f ootball 4; Chorus 4. JOSEPH R GARRIGA: September 2. 194 6: San J uan P uerto R ico football 4. I TZEL GAU D I A N O : M arc h 8, 1948: P ana ma, Rep. o f P ana ma. F B L.A 3 4 ; Pan A merican Club 3; Humanities Club 4; Spanis h Club 4 : c.c.c. 2 3 : Unite d Nations Club 3; Orc h estra 1 2 KATHE M INNESOTA GAYLORD: August 1 9, 1948; H ono lulu Hawai i L ibrary A sst 1: Office A sst. 3; Zonian 3 4; A t D el City H igh Sc hool Okla homa: S.A. Repr esent ativ e 2: Pep Club 2; R ed Cross Rep. :lnd Club 2; Spanish Club 2 ; Scien(e Club 2 ; M edical C areers Club 2 PATRICiA L G I B S ON: J a nuary I S. 1945 ; K a n sas City, Missouri. Office A ss t 4 HECTOR S. GOMEZ: June 23, 1 945; Las Cruces, New M eixco. Ch ess Club 2; Scie n ce Club 1 2: Footb all 1 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3; B illld I 2; K ey Club 2, V ice P resident 3, Preside nt 4; S A Repr esenta tive 4; All State F oot b all T eam 3; All D ist r ict Band 1.2,3; Band Senate 3. 4 ALBERT GONZALEZ: Novemb e r 12, 1 948; P anama, Rep of P anama. Pho to g raph y Club 4; R O T.e. H o n o r Gua rd 2; Ush e r Gl!ard 2. 4 ; Se rgeant 4: Intramur a l s 3 EDUARDO E GONZALEZ: F eb ru ary 1 2, 1 948; P a nam a. RICHARD S GONZALEZ: D ecem b e r 2 0 1 9 4 7; P a na m a R e p of Pa nama R .O.T.C. 2 3; Firs t Lieut e n a n t 4; I n t r am u r als 3. H OLLY i\IAE GREEN: Septe m ber 19, 1 9 17: M ississipp i Dr:lm a Club 4; F B L A 4 ; F H A 4; F T A 4; S w immi n g 4 ; I nt r amurals I 2 3, 4 PEGGY MARIE GREEN: D ecem b e r 3 1 1948; F t. W o r t h, Texa s D r ill T eam 4 ; Intramura l s 4 ; F H A 3; O ffic e A ss!. 4; A t San Benit o H i g h School. T ex a s: P a n Ameri ca n Student F orum 2; V-T eens 2 R USS ELL K E I T H GRiFFALL: Augus t 3 1 1 945; J ac ksonville, F lorida. Naio nal Thes pi a n s 4; At Coppe r a s C o v e H ig h S c hool : D ram:l Club 3; N a tional Thespian 3: L ett e rm a n s Club 3; D e b ate S oci ety 2 3; Football 1 2 3; Base ball I 2, 3; Bas ke t b all I 2; Tennis 2 3 ; T rack 1,2. 3 LA N A JOSEPHINE GROVES: January 2 1 1 94 9 ; Ft D i x N ew J e rsey B:lsektball 1. 3; V o lleyball 2 ; Intramura l s 4. ELIZABETH JEAN GUIBERT: J uly 3, 1 948; A nc o n C1na l Zone. G A A 1 2, 3 4: c.c.c. 1 2 4; S A R epres entative 3,4; Intramura l s I. 2 3, 4; Cheerleader 3 4 TIJ\ I OTHY EDWARD GUTH RIE : A u g u s t 1 7 1 948; Elmira New Y o rk. R O T. C. P FC 4 ; C horus 1 2 ; Glee Club 1 2 ; Gym nast i c T eam 1 2. JAN I S BURTON HABERTHIER: M ay 7 1945 ; N orfo lk Vir ginia. Drama Club 4; H umanities Club 4; S A R epresentative 3; A t Middleton H i g h School. New J ersey : F N A Vi ce President 1. LARRY ALLEN HAFF: November 3, 1 948; Norfolk, WI. Vir g inia F .B .LA. 4; H umanit i es Club 4 ; Football 3; T rack 2, 3, 4 ; Intramurals 1 2. PHYLLIS DARLEN E HAGAR: M ay 6 1 948; K ans:ls City M i sso uri Bridge Club 4 ; G A A 2 ; Intramurals 2 4 JOHN CRA I G HALLIDAY: M arch 4 1947; Margarita, Canal Z o ne R O .T.C. 2 3, 4 ; C o l o r Guard 3 ; Staff Sergeant 4; I ntra mu r als 1 2 LINDA E LLE N HAMILTON : Marc h 19, 1 948; San Antonio, Texas. F .B L A 4 ; Intramurals 3 : A t H ig h land Hig h Sc hool Albuquerque, New 1>.lexico: F rench H onor Society President 3 LINDA JOAN HA1>.IILTON : M a r c h 1 9, 1947 ; Sodus, New York. Bas k etball 3 JOHN DAVID HANNA: J une 20, 1 9 48 ; Margarit a, Canal Zone. RICHARD HUNT HARRI NGTON: M a r ch 24, 1 948; \'{f as h ingto n DC. Lettermans Club 3, 4; National H o nor S oc iety 4; R O T C. H onor Guard 2 ; S econd L ieutenan t 4; S. A Alte rn ate 3; F o o t b all 2, 3 4 ; Canal Zone All Sta rs 4; I ntr:lmurals 2, 3 ; T rack 4; A t G unst o n Jr. H igh Schoo l in Arlington. V irginia: Football 1 ; Track 1. STEVE E HATC H : Ma}' 1 4, 1 9 4 8 : \Xf ash in gt o n. D C. Humanities Club 4 : Library A ss !. 1 ; R O .T.C. 2, 3, 4 ; S A Repre sentative I ; F o o tball 1 2 3, 4; Intramurals 1 2, 3 4. I SAAC M HAY: October 5 1945; Pan ama, R ep. o f P anama Spanish Cl ub 4 ; J V B:ls ketball 3, 4; Trac k 4: Intramur als 4 ; At Chula Vi sta High S c h o ol : Basketball 2. HELEN CAROLYN HAYS: A pri l 23 19 48; E1 P:lSO, Texas. Drama Club Secr e tary 4; Chemistry A sst. 3; Bio logy As s t 3; Chorus 1 2 ; '"Blithe Spirit" 3 ; "Stuck Pot" 4. JAMES WEBB H EARNE: Ma y 1 9, 1947 ; Canal Zone. LINDA LOU HELLMUND : Se ptember 5 1 94 8; Anco n Cana l Z one. F B .L.A. 4; C h o ru s 3, 4. MARSHA SUE HELLMUND: Septem ber 5 1948; A nco n Ca n a l Zone. F B L.A 4; Chorus 3 4 PETER D HENDRI C K SON: F ebruary 12, 19 45; A nco n C a nal Zone. Lelter mans C l u b 2 3 4 ; F o o tball 2 3, 4; T rac k 2. 105

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106 GABR IEL HERNANDEZ: J une 28, 1 948; B ogota, Col om bia F olk Singers I 4; Ph o t og rap h y Club 2 Pr esident 4: Science Club I; D ebate Society 1 ; R O T. C Col o r Guard 2, H onor G uard 2; Rifl e Team 2 4; Secon d L i eute n ant 4; B and 3. NORMA M HE RRERA: N ovember 26, 1948 ; Ancon Canal Zone. D rama C lub I 2; Office A sst. 3. S HERYLL JEAN HERR I NGTON: Jul y 6, 1 948; l\' emp his, T ennessee. Z a n ian 4; Senio r P ep Club 4; At B i l o x i H ig h Schoo l Bilox i M ississipp i : F H .A 3. E J ANE H ESTERS : Septem b er 24, 194 8 ; M o nt gomery, Alabam a C h ess Club 2; F T.A 2, 3, 4; f .N .A. 1 ; G .A .A 4 ; Libral"}' Club I ; Sci ence Club I ; Nati o nal H onor Society 4; Spanis h H o nor Society 3, 4 ; S .A R eprese ntativ{' 2; I ntr : lrnurals 1,2,3,4; Chorus 2; Drill T eam 2; G irls Slate 3. SUSAN ELIZ ABETH HIBBERT : M arch 10, 1 948 ; K earney Nebra ska. S .A Alternate 3; Tra c k 3. CASSANDRA ANN HIB NER: Febr uary 15, 194 8 ; Seoul, K o r ea. Swimmi n g 2. PAMELA J ANE HI C K S : July 29, 1 948; Ancon Can:ll Zone Chess Club 2; Drama Club 2, 4; F olk Sin gers 2, 3, 4; F N .A, 2; In t r amu r a [ s 2; Cho rus 2 3; G lee Club 2 3. D KRISTI NA HIGGI N S : D ece mber 2 194 8 ; Oran ge, N e w Jersc}'. f olk Singe r s Club 2, 3 . 1; F T A 4 ; H umanities Club 4; Lit eraf}' Club 2, 3: Clini c A ss!. 2. DOU GLA S SANDRO HINEK : September 3 0 1 947; An con. Canal Z o ne DANIEL l O U I S HOGAN: J uly 27, 1948: Burb a nk C a lif o rnia H ORACE C HOLLEY : O c t o ber 1 I 1 948 ; Album, Alabama. T H OMA S FREDERIC K H O L MBERG : Septembe r 22. 1 948 ; P anama, R ep o f P anama R O T C 2, 3: Staff Ser geant 4 BARBARA LYNN HOPKI NS : Aug u s t 5, 1 9 4 8; Ancon C a nal Z o ne. Drama Cluo I 4 : F o lk Singe r s 4 ; B ridge Club 4; F .N. A I ; F H .A 4; Drill T eam 1 Co-Capt:lin 3, CoCaptain 4 ED W ARD BRILEY HOUSE JR.: J une 2 1 1 948; N e wp ort News V irginia. F ol k Singe r s 4; H u manities Club 4 ; Stam p Club 2 ; D ebate Society 2 3; R O .T.C H o nor Gua r d 3, 4 ; Sergeant 4; S.A R ep r esentative 3. 4; S .A Alternate 2; T rack 2, 4; I nttamurals 2 ; B and 1 2, 3, 4 ; Boys State 3; D ixieland B a n d 3, 4 THOl\IA S NUE L HO\X' ARD : D ecem b e r 7, 1947; L udington, Mic higan F olk Sin g ers 3: R O T. C H o n o r Guar d 2; PF C 3; f ootball 3. C HARLES WILLIAM HOWE: A p ril 5, 194 7 ; Ancon Canal Z one. R .OT.C. U s her G ua r d ; Cor poral 4. RIC HA R D DE N I S HO YLE: Novembe r 5, 1 948; Ancon Cana l Z one. Drama Clu b 1 ; National H o n o r Soc i ety 3, 4; P h otog r ap h y Club 2, 3, 4 ; D e b ate Societ}' 1 2, 3 4; R O.T.C. C o lor Guard 3; H o nor G uard 2, 3; R ifle T eam 3; Captain 4; S A R ep r ese nta tive 3; Ch orus 1 J ACQ U ELINE LEE HOYT : Mar c h 6. 1949: Ft. Ord, Calif o rnia. F B .LA. 3; f.N.A. 4: H umanit i es Club 4; Science Club 4 ; I ntra mura l s 4. JAMES A H U DG I NS: J uly 8, 194 8; Rich mond Virg inia F B .L.A. 4; R O T. C 2, 3, Second Lieu ten:ln t 4. BLANC A MARGARITA H U ERTA S : A ugust 12. 1 947 ; P ue rto Rico. F B .L.A. 3, 4; G A .A 2 3, 4; C o un selo r s Ass!. 3; O ffice A sst. 4 ; I ntr a mutal s 3, 4. lIl\'DA A N T O I NETTE H U FF : l\f :lfCh 13, 1947; Ancon, C a nal Z one. F B .L.A. 4 ; F H .A 2, Pr esident 3, 4; Unit e d Nation s Club 3; Chorus 3. BRUC E JAME S HUNT: F e bru ary 4, 1 948; A nco n Can a l Zone F B .L.A. 4 ; R O T C D rill T eam 2 4; Col o r GU:lr d 4 ; H o n o r Guard 4; Second Lieu tenant 4 JERRILYN HUNT : Septembe r 6, 1 948; Anc o n Cana l Zone F B .LA. 3; G .A .A 1, 2, 3, 4; National H o n o r Society 3, 4: Class Sec r etary 3; S .A R epresentat i\ e 4; I ntramufals I 2, 3, 4; Ch eerleade r 3, 4; Drill Team 2; Girls State 3; Sadie H a wkin s Court; Chri stmas F onnal C ou rt 3; J unior Prom C o urt 3; f ootball Court 4 \X' ILLIAM E HUNTER : D ecem b e r 7 1947; Ft Guli c k Can:tl Z one. L ettermans Club 4; S.A. R eprese ntative 4; S .A Alt e rnat e 3; F oo tball I. 2 3, 4 ; T rac k 4; I m r amurals 1 2 LIN DA SUE H U RLEY : July 15, 1 9 48; P anama Rep o f Pan ama. latin Club 3. RENEE L. JANKUS: J uly 1 5 1948; P anama, R e p of P a n ama L alin C lub 3. PAC HITA MAR I A JANSON: M arc h 29, 1947; P anama R ep o f P a nama BRIAN .MEL JARV I S : May 5, 1 946; Salt Lake City, Ut a h D rama Club 3, 4: F olk Sin g ers Clu b 3, 4; Tenni s 4; nttamurals 3, 4; AI. J. R L owell: LeHerman s Club 1 ; Science Club 1 ; T ennis 1 ; Swimmi n g I ; A t Thom:lS J effe r son, San Ant onio T exas: R O T C Drill T eam 2. T H EODORE A NTHONY JEl\<[l\'IOTT: J une 20, 1947; Ancon C ana l Z one R O T C 2, 3. 4; C o l o r Guard 3; B aseb all 4; Track 4; I ntramural s 1 2 3,4. BENTLEY P JENKI NS : July 5, 1 948; Ann Arba.r, l\li c hi gan L ellermans Club 4; H umanities Club 4; M at h Club 1 2, 3 M u Alph a T h e t a 2, 3; Sci ence C lub I 2 3; D e bat e Society 3, 4 ; N atio nal H ono r Society 3, 4; S .A. R ep r esentat ive 2, 4 ; Class Vice Pr esiden t 3: Class President 4; Boys State 3: Swim ming I 2, 3, 4 C HRI S TI E ELLEN J ENNER : J anua r y 7, 1 9 48 : A ncon, Canal Z o ne. F N .A 4 ; S .A Repr ese ntative 2; Sw i mming I 2 3, 4 ; I ntr:lmur:t l s 4 KARL JEP SEN : A pril 1 8 1 948; Billin gs Mic hi gan. I ntramur:ll s 1 2 3, 4. KEITH JEPS EN : A pril 1 8, 1948: B i llin gs, l\li c h igan Sci e nce Club 1 2, 4; I ntramu r als 1 2, 3, 4. JERR I LYN N J O H NS TON: M a r c h 7 1 948; Wei s baden G er m:lny. EVERETT \X/ ILLI S JUST I C E : F e bruary 2, 1 948; Cumbe rl:1nd, M aryland. R O T C 2, 3: SFC 4. SUZANNE MAR I E KAELIN : J une 12, 1948; Pennsyl vania F H .A 1 2, 3: F N .A. 3; P:ln Amer ican Club 2, 3: T o mor r o w s 3, 4; Clini c A sst. 3. KEN NETH B KAI S C H : Aug ust 29, 1 948; D e tr o it l\lichigan Ph ysics Ass!. 3; R O .T.C 2. 3; C o l o r Gu:trd 3; H o nor Guard 3; Bo)' s State 3. DONALD P KAT: J une 25. 1 948: P an:lma. R ep of Panam a F o o tball 4; Trac k 3, 4; I ntramurals 2. 3 4. RONALD FREDER I CK KEENEY : D ecem b e r 17, 1 9 48 ; A n con. C ana l Z one B ase b:tll 3; Intr :lmu r:ll s 2, 3. PATRI C K l\r. KEL S EY : Dece m b e r 2, 1 947; San Fran cisco C,lif o rnia r T.A. 4: P h otograp h y Club 4: S lide R ule Club 4 ; Chemi s try A sst. 2,4; I ntramurals 3, 4 KEN KELLEY : May 15. 1948 ; J ohnsto wn P e nnsylvani:l i\lOL L Y C KENNINGTON: O cto b e r I. 1 948: V ero B eac h Flo rid a S .A. R ep r esenta tive 2: Gl ee Club 1 2 BONNIE KATHRYN KERR : F ebrua r y 11. 1948 ; Silver C it) .. New Mexico. KARE N S KERR : M a r c h 5. 1948: Lim:l, Ohio. i\I :tth Clu b 2. 3: M u Alph:l T h e t a 2, 3: Science Club 1 2, Secret:lry 3, P resident 4: National H o no r S ociety 3, 4; Spanish H o nor Society 3, 4 ; S .A R ep re s entative 2; C hemistry A ss!. 3; G irls State ,; Girl s Nali o n 3.

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GARY ALA N KING: J une 17, 1948 Auburn, New Y ork R O T.C H onor GUJrd 3, 4: Serge:tnl 4 NORA EVELYN K N I G HT: September 26, 1918; Guatemal:i Cit)', GU:lIemala. Spanis h Club 4; Tomorrows Secretaries 4; S A RC'p r l::sentJt1\c I ; S A AlternJtt' 2; l ntr,lmurals I, 2. MARTHA JEANNE KNOTT: F ebruary 23, 1 9 f9; San A ntonio, Texas. D rama Club -1; Zonian 4; \ X'ashingwnville, New York: F T A 3; i\la th Club 3; Lib rary A ss!. 2, 3; B asketbJII 2, 3; InlrJmurals 2, 3; Glee Club 2, 3; National Science Foundation 3 j\ IARGARET J KNOX : O ctober 4 191 7 ; Margarita, Cana l Zone. InlramurJls 1 2. -i. SERGE DAN IEL K OHAN : i\larch 8, 1949; Bu enos Aires, Argentina. H umanities Club -I; Math Clu b 4; Mu A lpha Theta 4; Science Club 4; Chemist r y A sst. 2; Bio l ogy A ss!. 1: BasebJII 3,4; Tennis 2, 4; I n tr :mlllrals 1 2, 3, 4. OLGA i\IARIE LAGASSI E : July 4, 1947; M argarita. unal Zone. Ch ess Club 2; PJn American Club 2, 3; F B .LA. 4; F A 4 ; C CC 2; Clinic A sst. 2, 4; Biologr A sst. 3; Art Club 4. STEVE KENNETH LAGNEAUX: November 5, 19 IS; B l oom i ngton. Ill inois MARKEL H O LLAND LARKINS: June 9 1948; Kings\ille, Texas. L el!erm:lOs Club 4; R .OT. C 2, 3, 4; R ifle Team 3: Corporal .1; F oo tb:lll 1,2, 3,4. C H ARLES JOHN L ARSEN: A pril 14, 1 948; FI. B enning, Georgia APRI L ANNE LEAVER : No,'embcr 29, 1947; Ancon, Canal Zone. KATHLEEN GAIL L E BRUN: A p ril 27, 1948; Ancon, Canal Zone. G A A 2, 3, ; Office A ss!. 2; I ntramurals 1 2, 4 PENNY TERES A LEE : D ecember 17. 1947 ; M a r ga rita Canal Zone. latin Club 3; I nlr,lmurals I 2, 3. DOUGLAS GARY LE F EBVRE : i\by I 1948; Stugartt, Ger many. Frenc h Club 1; L ettermans Club 3 . 1; R O .T.C 2, 3. Second L ieutenant .1; F oot ball 4; Swimming I 2, 3, 4; G}'m. na stics -i. WALTER NEI L L ENNEV IL LE : J ul)' 28, 1948; V ancouver, \X/ash ington. H umanit i es Club 4; R O T .e. 2, 3; S F C 4; S.A Alternate 2; Intramural s 1. 2. 4. MARY DELILAH LESZCZ: January 1 8, 1948; Champagne. Ill i nois. D rama Club 3: Fren c h Club 3; F T A 4; G A A 4; H umanities Club 4; Senior Pep Club 4; Intramurals 4 JULIETA LOA I Z A : F ebru:lry I t 1941 ; P anamJ. MARCO A LUGO: June IS. 194 8: San J uan. Puerto Rico. Bridge Club 4; Nationa l Honor SOCiel}' 4; Intram urals 3. 4; Chemimr A ss!. 1; Condi tion in g Club 4; A t FI. All en H igh Sc h ool, F !. All en, Puerto Rico: Bas k etball 1 2; G o lf 1. 2; S.e. Representative 1 VALENTINE D I LLO N LYNCH : Septembe r 17 1948; New York Cit)', New Y o r k. Drama Club 1 ; R O .T.e. Drill T eam 2, 3; Second L ieutenant 4; S A A lternate 3; Intramurais I 3. MARGARET LAUREN M ac DONELL: M a r c h 1 6, 1945; Cle r mon!, Fl orida. G A A 2: c.c.c. 2, 3; National H ono r S ocie t y 4; Spanis h Club 4: Span i s h Honor Soc i e t y 3, 4; I ntramurals 1. 2. 3; G i r ls State 3. FRAN K MA JOR: June 17. 1946; M arga ri ta, Canal Zone. R O .T.C. H ono r Guard 2, 3; Drill T eam 2, 3. T HOi\IAS EVAN MALE: October 1947; Ft Benning, Geor gia. F o lk Singer s Club 3; F B L.A 4; L ette r mans Club 3, 4; R O T .e. Co r poral 4; F oot ball 3; Imramur a l s 3; A t P Jce lii H igh Schoo l Co l umbus. G eorg i a: D ebate Club 1 ; Sports Club 2; Foot ball I 2; Wrestling I 2; B ase b all I 2; B asketball 1 2; T rack 2; L ette r mans Club I, 2 ANTOINETTE MARI E MAL ENE: March I 1 948; P anama, R e p of Pa nama. DramJ. Club 1 ; frenc h Club I ; F o lk Singers Club 2. F N A 2; CounSt:lors Asst. 2; CliniC A sst I, Office A ss!. 3. LESTE R DEWIIT MALLORY: Marc h 3, 1947; Washington. De. Fr enc h Club 3; Dram;! Club I 3; F.RL A 4; Lettermans Club 4; Spanish Club 4: S A Representativ e 3, 4; Fo otball 4; B aseball 1; l ntrall1urals 3; At Sanfo r d Pre p Hoc k essin, Delaware : F ootball I 2, 3; Wrestling 1, 2; Trac k I ; Span i s h Club 2; Vafl{.1:r Club 2. i\IARJORIE ANN MALONE: Februar), 6, 1948: Ancon, Canal Z ont:. Drama Club 2: Folk SIO,(;ers Club 3; G A A ; IntrJmurals 2, 3, 4; C horus 1 2; Vi sitors Oa)' Usher 4. GERALD JOSEPH MALONEY: February 16, 19; Jerser Citr, New Jersey \\! ANDA YVONNE MARKS: September 6, 1947 ; An con, Canal Z one. French Club 1 ; P an Am erican Club 2, Vice Pr esident 3; H umanities Club 4; Spanish Club President 4; Coun se lors Asst. 2; Office A ss!. 4; I ntr:unurals 3 ; c.c.c. 1,2,3. JO ANN MARTI : D ct:embcr IS. 1947; Ancon, Canal Zone. Chess Club 2; G A A I 2. 3. 4; Organ Guild Vice D ean 2 D ean 3. V ice D ean .1: S A R epresentative 2; I mramur:tis I 2, 3; Chorus I 2, 3, 1; Glee Club 1 2. 3, 4; Music Fe stival 2 3; G irls State 3. DORI S MARTI N : April 7, 1948; Mesa, Ariz ona. Librar y Club 2; Scien c e Club 2; United Nati o ns Club 3; Spanish Honor So3, 4; National Honor Soc i ety 4; Spanish Club 4; Clinic A ss!. 4; Girls Sute 3. G I SELA I SABE L i\IARTINEZ: June 16 1947; Pan ama. Span. ish Club .f; Tomorows Secretaries 4; Office A ss!. 3, 4; Zonian 3. NA CY LEE i\IASON: F ebru:lrr IS, 1948; Bethesda, JAJ\ I E S DENNI S M c BEE : October 29, Spirit Lake, I da h o A t George Ma son H igh School: F alls Churc h, Virgi nia Leuer mans Club 2, 3; F ootball 2. 3; J V Basket ball 2, 3; T rack 3. PETER DONALD M cBRIDE: J an uary 28, 1948; F lushing. Long I s land New Y ork. S A R eprese n tative 4; intramural s 4; Zonian 4. At C r istobal H igh School : 2 1 Club 1, 2, 3; ).V. B asketball 3; R .OT. C Outstanding M I Cadet. DEBERA ANN M cGEE: N O\t;mbe r 30, 19i7; Okinawa. J apan Folk Singers Club 2; Swimming I ; Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 KARE N JEANE1TE i\l cGEE: i\1a)' 31, 1947; Rockville Maryland F B L.A 3; F H A 3, 4; Inlramurals 3. P ETER ALBERT M cGRATH: A p ril 26, 1 9 1S; P anama. Pho tography Club Vi ce Preside n t 2, 3; Zonian 3; P arrakeet 4 ; Dral1la Club .1. PHIL M. i\fcMUNIGLE: August 16 1949; Bell evi lle Ill inois. R o:r .c. 2, Corpo r a l 3. BERNADETTE McNAMEE: August 15, 1945; Ancon, Canal ZOIlC'. In tral1lurals 4 EDNA LOUI S E McNEE S E : April 7, 1948; Cla)'t o n Canal ZonC'. Counselors A ss!. 3. 4. LENORA JUNE i\IE D CALF: July 3 1 1948; K ansas City, Drama Club 2 3; L atin Clu b 2; G ir ls State 3; Rainmaker" 2; T he Tavern" 3. ERNESTINA CRUZ MEDINA: A pri l 26, 1948; T ucson, zona F .T.A. -4; G.A A 4; Intramurals 4. GILBERT D ecem b e r 22, 1947; H anford, C.1Iifornia. R o : r.c. Honor Guard 3. SUS A N ANN MEEBOER: Septembe r 7, 1945; Bil oxi, M ississip pi Drama Club 4; H umanities 4; National Hono r Society 4; Girls State 3; At Bellevue H igh School, B e llev ue, Nebraska: M at h Club I ; German C l ub I ; F r ench Club 1 2; Folk Singers Club I 2; Pcp Club 1 2; Red Cross 1; Intramurais 2. ALBERT LAWRENCE MEGGERS: D ecember 7, 19f7; Panama, Rep of Panama R .O.T.C. 2. 3. Staff Sergeant 4; Basketball 2; Band 4; Orchest r a 1. 2, 3, 4. 107

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1 08 RICHAR D JAMES i\IETZGER: Sep t embe r I I 1 9 46; A n co n Can3 1 Zone. Chess Club 4: Scienct> C l u b 1; S A Repr es ent a t iv e 4. J\IICHEL E JEAN ME Y E R S; O c t o b e r 19. 1948: Anco n. C a nal Zone. F o l k Si n,gers Club 3; C h o ru s 3. MON I CA MBYER : July 5, 1 94B; Bre m e r have n Germany Dr3m3 Clu b 4; F o lk Singer s Club 4; Bridge Club 4; Secreta r ies V i ce P r es iden t 4 ; ( n t ra mural s 1. 2, 4; Spants h H o nor Socie t y 4; G A A I 2, 4; F r e n c h Cl u b V ice Pres id e n t 2; A t M cAlle n H i,gh School : Q uill a nd Sc r oll 3; I nt e rsc h o l ast i c S h o rth : m d 3. C H ARLE T A SUE M EYER S: M a r c h 30. 1 9 4 8; Loui s vill e. K e n tucJ. .. -y. F B .LA. 2. P Ai\fE LA At'\JN i\II CHEL: August 15, 194B; A t l a n t ic, I o wa. S A Repr ese nta t i ve 2 ; I ntramural s 2. G E O RGE J i\IIK O S Z : May I 1948; A n con. C:ln a l Z o ne R o : r .e. H o nor G uard 2. 3. 4; D rill T eam 2, 3, 4; Seco nd L ieutenant 4 HILDA JANET M ILLER : J a nuary 25, 1 9 4 7; P :lnam a Coun se l o r s A sst. 3. 1 \1. S U S A N MITCH ELL: J u l y 2 1 1 9 4B; Lan cashire. E n g land D ra ma Clu b 2, 4 ; F o lk S ingers C l ub 2: Phys i o lo,gy A sst. 4; Intramur" l s 2. 3, 4. THOMAS WAYNE l\fITCHELL: J un e 11, 1948; N orth P l alle, N e br:l s ka F o lk S inger s Club 2. 3, 4; L e tt e r ma n s Club 3. 4 : Footb all 3. 4; Swimming 4 ; Trac k 3. 4; A t Sidn ey H i g h Sc hooL Si d n ey. Nebras ka : Trac k 1 : F ootball I ; C r oss Country 1. HAli\ r V I C T O R :r-.IIZ RACHI: D ecembe r 9 1947; P a n 3 ma, R e p de P ana ma Sc i e n ce Cl u b 3; CCC 2, 3; Che mistr y A ss !. 3; Physics A sst. 4 ; Chorus 2 3. S HERYL LYNN MOBERLY: J uly 2 7 1945; D ecatur, Ill in o i s F N A 4; S cien ce Club 4; S e ni o r P e p Club 4; G irl s St a t e 3. ZE E V Y MOGILEV S K Y : J une 2 B 1946; I s ra el. LEO R l\-rONTOYA: F ebruary 10, 194B: L os V e gas. N e w M exico. R O T .e. F ir s t S e r geant 3: A t Nixo n Hig h Sc hool, L aredo, T exas: R O T .e. 2. JOHN A i\IORALES: F ebruary I\. 1948: A nco n Can a l Z o n e. R O T .e. Se r,t:eant CHARLES i\IIKE MORAS: April 5, 1947; Wichita K a n s as. Bio l ogy A ss !. 3, 4: R O T .e. Color Guard 3; Serge a nt 4; S A A ltern3te 1 : Footb all 2, 3, 4; Sw i mm in g 4 H E LEN LOUIS E MORRI S: Marc h 22 1 94B; Flo r e n ce. S C a r o l ina. SUS A N ELIZABETH MOR R I S : D ece m b e r 1 5 1 9 4 7; D avis, C alifornia. Fre n c h Club 3. 4; F o lk Singers Club 4; Bridge Cl u b 4; R O T .e. S p o n so r 4 ; S. A Repre se n t a t iv e 4: Girls State 3; Zonian 4; S w im min g 4; J u ni o r Pro m Court 3; H omecom in g C o u rt 4; A t th e I nt e rn a t i o n a l Sc h o o l Ibada n N igeria : S A Sec r e t a r y 2; S A P r es ident 3; Swimmi n g 2, 3; S t u d e nt C o urt 3; S tu d en t St o re M a nager 2, 3. DAR R Y L KENT MORS E : Se pt e m b e r 25. 1947; F t. B e l vo ir. D rama C l u b 4 ; Letter m an s Club 3, 4; Footb all 2 3, 4 ; C ana l Zone AIISt3 rs 4. DOU G L A S LEE MOR S E : Marc h I B 1948; V e r m illi o n S Da k o ta JOA N i\I A RGARET M U LLER : J u l y 3, 1 9 4 7; M:lr ga rita, C a n a l Z o ne Cho r us 3. \Xf ALLA C E P MUR DOCH : November 25, 1 9 4 8; Logan, Utah. Letlerman s Club 4; S wimming 3, 4 ; T e n n i s 2, 3; B a n d 2 3. 4; P arra k e et 4 DAVID R USSELL MYERS : 2 1 1947: Br ownfield, T e xas J O H N BLISS MYERS : J u ne 26, 1948; C:lna l Z o n e R O .T.C 2 3, 4 JAMES H UGH N I CHOLS, JR.: D ecembe r 6, .1 9 4 7; Ancon, C a nal Zone. Nati o n a l H o n o r SOCie t y 3, 4 ; SCience C l ub 2: D e b a te S o ciet y 3 ; R .OT.e. Us h e r G ua r d 2; C o l o r G ua rd 2, 3; Honor Guard 2 3 ; Batta l i o n Commander 4 ; S A Alterna t e 1 2 ; C l a s s President 3; B oys State 3 ; O rie n tation Day U s h e r 3; Sadie H a wkins C O lltl 2 ; Graduat io n an d B acca l au r ea t e M a rs hal 3 JOHN F N ITA: Novembe r 6 1948: Manch este r New H am p shire GARY 1. l\'UR N BERG : J un e 28 1 947; New Orlean s, L o u isia na F r e nc h Club 3; F B L.A 3, 4 ; Swimmin g 3 ; C h o ru s 3 4 KEVI N R EG A N O 'CONNELL Decemb e r I 1947; New Y o r k. Folk Singers Club 3, Vi ce President 4 ; Pho to g rap h y Club 2. 3; R O T .e. H o n o r G u ard 3: S eco nd L t 4 ; S A R ep r ese n ta t i v e 4 JAN E T. ODYA: April 3, 19 4 7 Ci n c in n ati Ohi o. Drama Club I 2: F N A 2 ; S p a ni s h C l ub 2; Physics A sst 4 ; I ntram ural s 4 KARLENE OEDI N G : A p ril 1 2 1 9 4 8; Co lorado Spr ings C o lo r a d o. G A A. 1 ; U nited Nati o n s Club t : M at h C l u b 4: Spa ni s h Cl ub 4; Gradua ti o n U s h e r 3 ; B a cc al aureat e U s h e r 3; S. A R epre se nta t iv e I : S A Alte rn a te 3. i\U CHAEL A. OKELLEY: June 20. 1945; Douglas, G eo r g i a. D e ba te S oc i ety 4. VICTOR WAYN E OLIVER : J\hrc h 5, 1945; A bile n e T exas. S A. Alte rn a t e 1 ; Glee Club 2. 3; O r ches tra 1,2, 3 R O BERT J A ME S OLSHAS K I E : J 3 nu ary I S 1 947; D eca t o r Illin ois. 3. NICOLAS A O RLANDI : A u g u s t 29, 194 8; P ue r t o Rico Fre n c h Club 4: H u ma ni ties Club 4 ; Spanish C lub 4 ; Scien ce Club 4 ; R O T .e. P riv a t e 4: U s h e r G u a rd 4 ; Orc h estra 4. i\IIGUEL H OSBORNE : J anuary 2 6 1948; R e p of P a n :lma. B rid g e Club 1 2; i\hth Club 3; M u Al p h a Theta 3; N atio nal H o n o r Society 3, 4; S c i e n ce C lu b 3; D e b ate Socie t y 1 2, 3; R O T .e. Honor Gua r d 2; Co l o r Guard 3; Seco n d LI. 4; S A ReprEsen t ative I 3,4 ; Cl ass P r es ident 1 ; C l a s s V i ce P reside nt 2; j.V. B a s k et b all I ; G l ee Cl ub 3; Orc h estra I, 2 3 J\[A RG ARE T JAN E on.': A u g u s t 3 0, 1946; Anco n C 1n a l Z o n e F B L.A 4: Office A ss t 4 YVONNE P ADIL LA : M ay 29 1945; F lagstaff, A rizona D r ama Club I 2 3, 4: F B.L.A 4 ; F re n c h Club 2; Spa n i s h Club 4 ; Office A ss!. 2 4 ; S A R eprese n ta tive 2. ANDREW V PAGE: A pril 8 1949 ; New Y ork City N e w Y o rk. R .O.T.e. 2, PFC 3 REA G A N A R R I S P AGE: January 1 2 1945; R eno, N e v a da. R O.T. C C o l o r Guard 4 ; S t a f f Se rgeant 4; U s h e r Guard 3. 4; Base b all 3; T r ac k 3. TOM WIAR D P ARKE R : D ece m b e r 29 1 9 4 7 ; Marga ri t a, C a n a l Zone. R O .T.C. S eco n d L t. 4; S A Alte rnate 2 ; l n tra m ural s I ; Band 3 4; O rc h es tr a 1 4. RICHARD JAMES PATTO N : F e b r uary 5, 1945; Ancon, Ca nal Z o n e. L e tt e r ma n s Club 3 4 ; Swimming I 2; S A Alt erna t e 3. T H OJ\{AS WILLIAM PE SCOD: J a n uary 5 1945; Pan ama Rep o f P a n ama. Lette r mans Clu b 4; R O T.e. H o no r Guard 3; Sec o nd l.t 4; Fo ot ball 3,4 ; B a s eball 2. 3, 4 J\IIKE G EORGE PETERS : January 6 1948; D et r o i t, L e t te r ma n s Club 3, 4: F o o t ball 2 ; B a s k et b:l11 3: J Y B as k et b all 2 SUSA N BA R BARA PETERSEN: Nove m b e r I 1947 ; An con, C a nal Zone. Library A ss t I ; I nt ra mura l s 4. VIRG I N I A LYNN P ETESC H : Au g u s t 2 1 1945; Ca m p L e J e un e, N C a ro l ina F o l k Sin g e rs C l u b 4 ; F H A 3 : L ibrary Club I ; D e b a t e Soci e ty 3; Glee Cl u b 3; Pep Club 3 J O E F P I A SCIK: M ar c h 2 1 9 4 8; P 3 n a m a letle rrnan s Club 4 ; F o o tball 4; Can a l Z o ne AIl Sta rs 4

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JAMES RANDOL P H PICKERING: O cto b e r 4, 1948; Ft Belv o i r Virgi nia L ettermans C l ub 4 ; Swimming 2, 3, 4; I ntramu r als 3. 4; Z o nian 4; S A Repr ese ntativ e 4; B oys State 3. GABR I E L ARTURO P INSON: Au gust 25, 1 946; P anama. R ep. of P anama. R O .T.e. Private 3. SUSAN H POER ER: O ctobe r II, 1 948; San A ntonio. T exas T omo rr ows Secretaries 4 ; Trping A sst. 4 PA TR I CIA ANN PRATC HETT: J une 5. 1 948 ; H avana, Cuba F rench Club 3; P an Amer ican Club 3; B accalaureate Usher 3; Graduation Usher 3; Juni o r Prom Court 3; H o mecoming Court 4 ; Girl s Slate 3; Orientation Ushe r 4; S A Repr ese ntative 4 ; Zonian 4; R O .T.e. Sponsor 4 MARY P ROUDFOOT: N ovembe r 1 4, 1 948; J e r sey City. New Jersey. Dram a Club 2, 3, 4; F .B.L.A. 3; Science Club 2; Spanis h Club 4; Office A sst. 4; I ntramur:tls 2 3. BOYD E DWARD Q UATE: J : lIluary 24, 1948; Suffo lk. Virgi nia Ch ess Club 3; Scien ce Club 3; F ol k Singe r s Club 4; I ntramurals 4. LINDA K QUINN: J uly 8, 1 948; S t Paul. M innesota Fr enc h Club 2. 3; Folk Singe r s Club 4; Science Club 1. ELSA J\r. RAMOS: J\lar 2. 1948 : Ft. L eavenwo rth K ans as. F N A 4; At Carlisle High Scho o l : F N A 3; I nlr:lmurals 3. J O H N ED\'( 'ARD RATHEGEBER : O ctober 12. 1948 : Colon R ep. of Pan ama L ettermans Club 3, Pr esident 4; S A A ltern:lIe 2 ; F ootb all 2, 3. 4; Baseb all 3, 4; I ntra mura l s 2, 3; Cana l Z one A lIS tars 3, 4. R U T H ANN RAYMOI\'D: A pril 13, 194 7; Bay Citr, Mi c h iga n F B L A 3, 4 ; T omo rr o ws Secretaries 4; Ch o rus 1. M ARY MARTI N REDDING: Au gust 21, 19 48; Cali. Col om bia. Chess Club 2 ; F olk Singers Club 3: F T A 2 3, 4; F N A 4; H umanities Club 4; Science Club 2; I ntramurals 2, 3; Glee Club 3, 4; Girl s State 3. J O H N FREDERI C K REYNOLDS: July 23, 19 47; An con, Canal Zone. F olk Singers C lub 2, 4; Drama C l ub 4; Nati ona l Thespian s 4; S A Repr esentat ive 1 ; Orc hesua 1 4. C HARLOTTE ANN R HODES: M arc h 10, 1 948: J o n esbo r o. A rkans as. Trac k Q ueen 3; J un i o r Prin cess, Spring F orma l ; J:tmbo r ee F ootball Quee n R A NDALL DEE R I C H : September 12, 1 9 48 ; L o n g B eac h Cali f o rnia Ch o ru s 3. GWYNE T H OLIVE R I C H ARD : J a nu:try 11, 1946 ; M arga rita, Canal Zone. Dra ma Club 1 ; Fr e n c h Club 3. DALE RIC HAR DS: J anuary 4, 1 949; Columbus, Geo r gIa. Basket ball 3; ].V B asket ball 2 ; I ntramurals 2, 3. LISA E R IC HA RDS : Novemb e r 19, 1946; C on n ecticut. Physi ology A sst. 4. P AU L WESLEY RIC H ARDS : June 7, 19 48; A ncon Canal Zone. R O .T.e. Staff Se r geant 4. E VA V IRGI N I A R I C HARDSON: J anuary 24, 1 948; Muni c h G ermany. G A A 4; I ntramura l s 4. DAVI D B R I C KER: M ay 3 0 1 948; Br oo k l } n New Y o rk S l ide R ule C l ub 1 ; Science Club 4. J E N I E LOUIS E R I ESC H : June 8, 1948 ; A ncon, Cana l Zone. F H A 2, Chaplain 3; F B .LA 4: L ibrary Club 3 : L ite r ary Club 3; H u m anities Club 4; Nati o n a l H ono r Society 3, 4; Org: m Guild 2, 3, 4; United Natio ns Cl u b Vice P re si d e nt 3; M y th o l ogy C l u b 1 ; Span i s h H o n o r Society 4. GRAC E ANGELI CA R I LEY: N ovem be r 29 1947 ; M :lfga rita Cana l Z o ne G A A 1 2, 3, Vice P residen t 4; S A Rep rese ntat u e 3; Bas k etball 2; I ntramurals I, 2, 3, 4; T e nnis 2 3. J EF F RAY R I L E Y : M ay 2 6, 19 48; Ma r ga r ita Cana l Z o ne Lettermans C l ub 2, 3, 4 ; Shop A ssistant 2 3; B ase ball 2 3, 4; All Zo n e Baseb all 2 3, 4 IRIS R I VERA : Oct o her 7. 1 944; San J uan, P uerto Rico, LOUIS A URELIO RODRIGUEZ: D ecembe r .1. 1947 : San An tonio T exas. R .OT.e. Sergeant 3. MARTHA M RODR IGUEZ. September 9, 19..j8: H avana, Cuba F.HA H istorian 3; Mu A lpha Theta 3; Ce.e. 3. RIC K ROONEY : September 6, 1965 ; Br ook l yn. New York A t Colombi:t Sch oo l : Stamp and C ove r Club; M odern M usic Club PA U L MARTIN ROWE: Marc h 24, 1 948; Cam den. New Jersey. M ath Club St:tmp Club 1 ; R O .T .e. H ono r Gua rd 2. ,,: C aptain 4 STEPH E MICHAEL ROZZELLE : j une 16, 1948 ; Was hington. D .C. Photograp h y Club 4; Track 4; I ntramurals 4; Z onia n ..j: At Gies sen Hi g h S c hool New Br unswick: S A Rep resentathe I, 3; Base ball 2. 3; B asketball 2: B owling Club G e rman Club Pr esident 3. CY THIA ELLEN RUDESI-IEIJ\1. M a r ch 28, 1 948; H o kkaid o. J apan. Dra ma Club 2; G A A 1, 2, 3, 4: I ntramut:lls 1 2, 3, 4 SARA H G RUNNESTRAND: March 9 1 948; Ancon Canal Zone. D rama Club 1. 2. 3 ; Nati o nal Thespians 1 Secretary 2, Vice P resid e nt 3. 4: F o lk Sing e r s Club 2. Pr esidell! 3. 4; Br idge Club 2; National H ono r Society 3, 4; D e bate Society 1. 4: SA. Secn tary I ; Class Secretary 2; I ntramural s 2 : P arrakeet 4; Band I 3. NIKKI SABO : Mar 2, 1948: Ft. B enning. G eo r gia At M arine Jr. H igh S c h ool. San F rancisco Cali f ornia: Ph otog raphy Club Presi dent I ; Class Secretar}' 1 ; Class President 1; Intr amu r als 1 2; Service Awar d 1 ; National Thespia n s 4 ; F .B-LA. 4. MAYRA JOS EF INA SALCEDO: Decemb e r 5. 1948: N ew Orleans. L ouisiana. C ounse l o r s A sst. 4; Swimming 4; Spanish Club 4; A I Ursuline Acad emy: Drama Club 3: Library Club 2; Basket ball 3; Tenn is 3; G lee Club 2 S H ARO NLEE SA.r-.ISON: September 25, 1948 ; An con, Canal Z o ne Drama Club 1 2; Latin Club 2; F B L A 4: Pan Am e rican Club 1 2. 3; c.e.e. 1.2; I ntramu r als 1. JOAN MARIE S ARTAI N : J uly 4. i 948; An co n Canal Z one. F ol k Singers Club 4; GA A 1 2. 3. 4; M at h Club 3 4; National H ono r $ociet} 4; Science Club 4. PHYLLIS DIANE S ASNETT: F e bruary 4, 1 948; D ot han Ala bam a F N A 2 MAR K S AUNDERS: F ebrua ry 29 1948 : M ount V erno n New Y o rk D rama C l ub I 2 3, 4; Nati o nal Thespians 3. 4; L ati n Club 3: M a th Club 4: Science Club 4; Slid e Rule Club 4: Debat e Socict} .$; I ntramural s 4; Band I, 2 3, 4 ; Orch est ra 4, 2. DOUGLAS VALENTINE SCH NEPEL : Febru ary 22. 1 947; Canal Zone. ANTHONY SC H MIDT : julr 28, 1 948: H avana, Cu b a KATH Y LYNN SCHROEDER: Oct ober i 1 948: Milwauk ee, W isconsin Drama Club 1 2; F T.A 1 4; F N A I : G A A i 2, 3, 4; P an A meriGln Club 1, 2. 3; Sp anish C l ub 4; c.e.e. 2. 3; Counselo r s A sst 3; In tramurals 4. ORVILLE O SC ROGGI N : Jul), 20, 1948; K earney, Nebraska R .OT.e. Ushe r Guard 4; prc 4 DONNA A SEARLE : Oct o ber 27. 1 948; An con, Canal Z one. Science Fair 3; F N A 4; National H o nor Societr 4; Science Club 4; S A R ep r esentat i ve 4 MARJORI E JEAN SENER. N o\'embcr 5, 1 948 ; Was h ington, D .e. Dra ma Clu b 1 2, :'0, 4 ; N atio n a l Thesp i a n s 3, 4, Presi de n t 4; F o l k Singe r s Club 2: L ati n Club 2; P hoto,grap h y Club 2; Science Club 2; Counse l o r s A sst. 2; Z o ni an 4 JONI ELLE N SEVERSON : Febru ary 5, 1 948; t-Iono l ulu. Haw aii. T omorrow's Secretaries 4; Office AssL 4; Inuamurals 4; Drama Club 2 ; Fr ench Club 1: FHA. 1, 2; F T A 1; T ennis I, 2 CONSTANCE MAY SHIMP: February 25 1947 ; l ima, Ohi o. F ol k Sin,:ers C1uh 4: Office A sst. 4 109

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110 GARY JAr'dES SHOWALTER: J uly 15, 1 948; Honolulu Hawaii. Chess Club 3; R O T .e. Co r por:t l 4 \'\/ILLlAj\J R. S ILEN: May 25, 1947; P anama. e.e.c. I; R.OT. C. H onor Guar d 2; B aseball 2; j.V. Basket ball I ; Trac k I; Intramurals 3. CHARLES e. SIi\IMONS: September 1 6, 1947; Glendale. California Baskctball 2,3 1; I ntr.lmurals 2. 3 S H EILA YVONNE S!i\IMONS: June 1 7, 1948; P rovidence, Rhode Island. Chorus 4. At Bourne H igh Schoo l Bourn e, M assachusetts: Cb eerleader 2 3; P e p Squad I ; Chorus I 2; Class P lay I ; Intramurals 2 LAMAR T. S IZEMORE July 15, 1948; Kan sas City M issouri. Math Club 2. 3 ; i\ l u A lpha Theta 2. 3: N atio nal Honor So ciety 3, 4; D ebate Soc i cty 1. 2, 3; R O T.e. Col o r G ua rd 3; Honor Guard 2: C:tptain 1: S A Repr esen t ative I 3; Intramurals I ; P arra k eet 3 4; Bars St:tle 3 SUSAN ELIZABETH SKAER: January 28, 19-18; Long Isl::Jnd, N ew York. Drama Club 3; Frenc h Club Secretary 3; Presi dent 4 ; Dnll T eam 4 ; A I Central H igh School. L o nd o n Eng l and: French Club I; BritishAmerican R el::Jtions 2; Pep Club 2, I; M usic Appreciation 2 LAURIE JEAL'l' SKEHAN: November 1 4, 1948 ; St. D:t vids. Bermuda. Folk Si ngers Club 3; FHA 4; F.N. A 4; National Honor Society 4; Parrakeet 4. LO\,\ / ELL E SLAGLE: Dcmber 3 1 1947: Great lakes. F o lk Singers Club 3; F.I LA. 4 : Letlermans Club 3, 4; R .OT.e. C o rpor::t1 2; S A. Alternate 3: T rack 2. 3. 4; Intramurals 2. 3: Orc h est r a 2. Ei\!MANUEL TYRONE SLEDGE: August 4. 1 948; T uscaloo5.1. Alab ama French Club 1 ; R O T .e. Sergeant. PA U LA GEORGENEn'E SLEDGE: Aug ust 8 1948; T uscaloosa, A labama i\fajorette 2; Honor Societ}' 2; Office A ss!. 1; Cho rus 1 ; F H A 1. ROBERT H SMAIL: Octo b e r 8. 194 7; Col on, R e p of Pa nama. ).V. F ootball; Inlramurals 3, 4. LEIGHTON CLlFrON Si\IITH: November 1 7 1947; S:tn An tonio Texas. RUSSELL B U BB SMITH : September 19. 1947; A ncon. C :lIla l Zone. SA. A lternate 3; Intramurals 2. SA LLY A Si\IITH. August 1 8. 1948; Anco n Canal Zone F .T.A. 2; Inlramurals 1.4. STEPHEN September 1 4. 1948; T o na wanda, New Y o rk. B i o loS}, A sst 3. THOi\IAS N SMITH: May 9 1948; Clinton, Iowa STEPHEN J SOBALLE: April 2 1 19 48; Compton. Ca liforni:t B oys State 3. GEORGETTE SOSA: September 29. 1 948: P a nama Rep. of P anama. DAVID ALEXANDER SPEIR: May 1 6. 1947; Williamsburg, Chorus 4; Stamp Club 1 ; Ban d 1. SANDRA LEGH SPINNEY: i\by 6. 1 948; Brookl y n New York. French Club 1 ; Scie n ce Clu b 2; F B L.A 4; Office A sst. 3. THERES A ANN SPRAGUE: M ay 5. 1948; Ancon. Canal Zone. Drama Club I 2; F o lk Singe rs Club 3; Humanities Club 4; Cho rus I: D rill T eam 3. J O H N E S PRI N KLE : Octohcr II. 1946: M o bile Al 3 bama ).V. B asket b all I. 2; I ntramu ral s 3, 4; Cho ru s 2. i\IARGARITA OLGA STALLWORTH : April 24. 19; B eatrice. Al abama. Chorus 1.2,3.4; Glee Club 1 2. 3. 4 GEORGE IRELA[\,'D STAN LEY : D ecem b e r 24. 1947; Ancon. Canal Zonc_ Pan Ameri can Club 3; National Honor $ociet}' 4: S A Representative 2, 4; Track 4: Intram ural s 2 4 ; Science Fair 2. 3 : Boys State 3; Conditionin,g Club 4 DAVE F STEPPY; M a y 17. 19-18; Newport News, V irginia. SUSAN TERES A STETLER : Aug u st 2 1 194 6; Caracas. Vene zuc:la F B L.A 4; Sp:lnish Club 1 : P :tn A merican Club 1 ; Cc.e. I. 2. 3. DONALD WESLEY STEVENSON O ctobe r 12. 1 9 18 C o lum bus. Ohio R .OT e. Color Guard 3: C o r poral 4; Base ball 4; B as k etball 3. 4: IntrJmurals 3. 4. A t Rome Free A cademy : F oo th311 I ; Track 1 2; B3seb311 1. 2: Swimmin.c' 1. 2; Choir I 2: Photo,L:mphy Cluh I 2; S A R epresen l3ti\'e 2; I ntmmur31s I 2 THOMAS ELMER STOAKLEY: M ay 11. 194 8 ; Daytona Beach Flo rida LYNNE JANE SUCHER: O c t o ber 13, 1948; D el3nd. Fl o rida Drama Club 4: F T A 4: i\bth Club 4: i\h .. Alph:t Thct3 4: N atio nal H o n o r Soc i ety 4 ; P3n Americ:tn Club 3; Sp3nish Club 4 ; Science Club .1. A t BurE!es School, EI P aso. Texas: Jr National Honor Society I: G A A I 2: Debate Team 2. R I CHARD ROBERT S \'\ 'ANGER: August 28. 1948 ; P e n sacola, Fl o r ida FRED F SZYMANS KI April 17. 1946; An eo n C1n:t1 Zone. JUNE C HRISTIE TAH T : April 2 1 1 948; An con. Can3 1 Zone. DA IEL HOI CHI TAM: J une 19. 19-17: Macao. MELANIE CHERYL TARFLINGER Januar y 11. 1 9 18: Anenn. Canal Zone. F.H A 2 : G A A 3. 1: Office A ss!. 4; Intr.lmu r a l s 4: Glee Club 1.2, 3 . f. FRANK RAYMOND TESTER; D ecember 1 1948; Rep. o f P anama. Chess Club I : R .OT. C Honor Guard 2, 3; Rifl e T eam 3.4: Scr.c.eant 4; Trac k 4; I n tramur31s 1.2.3,4 MICHAEL JOSEPH THOI\IPSON September II. 1 91R: R oc h es ter. M innesota Ph oto.e,rap h y Club I : R O T C Second Lieutenant 4. NANCY E TIN KLER : A ugust 5, 1948 ; Ancon, Canal Zone. Dr:t ma Club I. 2. 3, 4; N :ttiolla l Thespians 2, 3, 4; Folk Singers 2; F B L A 3 ; F N A I ; Llb r:try Cluh 3; T omorrow's Secretaries Presi dent 4; S A. Repr esentative 4; Parrakeet 4; Cheerleader 3. 4; Chorus 1.2: D eat h T akes A H o liday 1 ; J oa n o f L orraine" 2: I f Girls A s k(-d Bo}' s for Dates" 1 : "St u c k Pot" 4 GWENDOLYN MARCYLE TODD: August II, 1947; D u B o is, Pennsylvani3. DANY A MARI E T01\lAH; January 12, 1948 ; H o ulton Maine. A t Br ewe r Hig h S c hool Brewer M ai ne : Cho rus 2; I ntramura.Is 2 STEVEN EDWARD TORIAN: August 6, 19 48; Fort Ord, Californi:l R .O.TC. 2 4; Fo otball 3; ).V. Basketball 3; Track 4; I ntramur:tls 4 A t Br ownville Hi,gh Sc h ool, T exas: S C Representative 2; G o lf 2. BETIINA TORRES: September 17. 1948: L os Angel es. Chess Club 2; F o lk Singers Club 3: F T A 3. 4: F N A 1 4; G A A 1 2. 3. 4; L ibr:tf) Club 1 ; Mu Alpha Theta 3; Science Club 2; e.Ce. 1.2; Intramural s I. 2.4; Glee Club 3. CARLOS ANTONIO TORRES: D ecembe r 27, 1946 : Orocovis. Pu e r to Rico. R O T .e. Corporal 4 At Orocovi s H igh School. Pucrto Rico: Trae k 2 HECTOR TORRES: Jul} 8. 1948 ; Orocovis, Pue rt o Rico. R UPERT STANLY llJ R 'ER: Aug u st 27. 19 46: P an3ma. Rep of Pana ma. S A Repr es cot:ttiv e 2: Basketball ::, 3; ).V. Bas k etball I ; Intr:lI11urals 1 2, 3; Ch o ru s 2. LINDA TURPIN: April 27, 1948 ; C3nal Zone. Counselors A ss!. 3; Sp:tnis h Club 4 L1LL VAN EPS : i\la}' 3 0 1 948; Pan 3 ma Rep o f Pan ama. Spani sh Club 4: CC.C 1 2; Spanish H o n o r S o ciety 4. ROBERT VAN W I N KLE : i\f3r c h 18. 1947; Port. o f .Spain, Trinidad.

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GREGORY A LAN V AUT: Septembe r 13, 1945 ; Detro it j\ lich i gan. H umanities Clu b 4; Chorus 4. A llied Youth s: Y oung Citizens F o rum ; Slide Rule Club; M a r c h ing Band MIGUEL ANT HONY VECCHIONE: August 9 1946; P anama. JUS T O ERN E S T O VELEZ : Novem b e r 7, 1945; A ncon Canal Zone. c.c.c. 1 ; Lettermans Clu b 3, 4; Library A sst. 2 ; S.A A lte rnate 1 2 ; F oot ball 2; Baseball 3, 4; J V Basketball 3; Basketbal l 4; T r ac k 3, 4; I ntr:unurals 1 2, 3, 4 l\!lTZI IREN E VOG E L : November 22, 1 9 47; A n co n Cana l Z one. F B L. A 3; G A A 1 2 3, 4; c.c.e. I ; Tomorrows Secretaries 3, 4 ; R O T .e. A sst. 4; I ntramural s 1 2, 3, 4 ; D rill T eam 1,2,3, Captain 4. H ELEN JEAN WALDRON: F ebruary 7, 1 945; l'\'l a r garit:l, Ca n al Z one. Lit e r a r y Cl u b Ma th Clu b 3; l\[u A l ph:l Theta 3, 4; National Honor Society 4; Sp:lnis h C lub 4; Scien ce Club 3, 4; Slide Rule Club V ice P resident 2, 4; Un i ted N:ltio ns Club 3, 4 C A RO L LYNN W A L KER : Ma r ch 4, 1948; An co n CaMI Z on e F ol k Singers Club 4; F H A 3. J A.l\IES \ X AL LI S W ALKER : Janu:lry 30, 194 5; Al b uque r que, New Mexi co. R O .T.e. H ono r GU:lrd 2; C1pt:lin 4. C A RO L Al'JN W ALL ACE : Apri l 15, 1945 ; A tlanta Geo rgia. D rama Club 4; F o l k Singers 3, 4; j\hth Club 3; Science Club 3; I ntramu r a[s 3; P :lrrakeet 4; Chorus 3, 4; Glee Clu b 3. 4; G i rls State 3. SUSAN MARIE WALLACE: J uly 7, 1945; C h i cag o Illinois. F B.L. A 3; F T A 2; G A A 1 2, 3, j\' [ :ln:lger 4; National Honor S oci ety 4 ; I ntmmur:lls 2. 3, 4; D rill Team 3; Cheerlead e r 4. PHYLLIS RUTH W ARNER: September 9 1945; Anco n Canal Z ene. F B L.A. V ice P re s ident 4 : F N. A. 2; G A A I 2 3, 4 ; Orga n G uild 2, 3; H um:lnities Club 4 ; Nationa l H ono r Societ}' -1; S cience Club 4; Imramurals I. 2, 3, 4; G irls St:lte 3 DENNI S W E B B WATKINS: D ecembe r 1 t 1 946; Marg:l rita C:lnal Zone. Shop A sst. 2 3, 4; Intramurals 2 3. GERRY ALAN WATSON: M a r c h 2 1945; Ft. Sill. Okl:l h oma. F renc h Club 1. 2; Bridge Club President 4; R O T.e. Sergeant 4; S A Rep 2; I ntramura[s I. 3, 4 ; Senior Pel? Club 4. At Lakes H i g h School : Ski Club. M I CHAEL J. WAD E : A pri l 3 0 1945; A ncon, Can:ll Z o ne A t M iami Military A C :ldemy: D ebate T eam 3; I ntramurals 3; Band 3. STEPHEN C ASS W E ILAl'\TD: A pril 29 1945 ; San A nt o n i o. R O .T.C. 3, Sergeant 4; F oot ball 4; T r:lck 4; Intramu ral s 4; L ette r mans Club 4; H umanities Clu b 4. O 'Connell H ig h Sch ool. A rling t o n V a.: B aseb all 2. 3: Intr amura l s I. 2 3 V I RGIN IA ANN W E I SS: Au,e:ust 4, 1 9 45; Newpo rt N e w s. Vir,e:inia. Fr enc h Clu b 3. V ice P resid e nt 4; F olk S i ngers Club 3. 4; Math Club 4; Mu A lpha T heta 4; National H onor So ciety 4 ; S A Repr ese ntativ e 4; Z onial""l 4. S T EVE LLOYD \"XfELLMAN: F ebruary 3. 1945; Summit. New J e r sey D r ama Club 3; R O .T.e. S e r geant 4; Track 3 ALAN H \'(1EL1S : J uly 5, 19 48; A ncon. C:lna l Z o ne N atio na l Honor Soc i ety 3. 4; R O T .C. Co l o r GU:lr d 3; R ifle T eam 2 3,4; H ono r Gua rd 2, 3: C:lptai n 4. BErr Y JAN E \ VHlTE: l ull' 2. 1945 ; T ampa. Florida T omo r r ows Se c reta r ie s 4 ; Clini c A sst. 4 EVEREIT W H ITE: Septembe r 11, 1948; A ncon C ana l Z one. L ette rmans C l ub 4; I ntram u rals 2; Bask etball 3. 4; Track 4 JUDY KAY W HITE : A ugust 19 1946; Ch:luan oog a T en nessee Office A sst. 4 MARY KATHLEEN \'(1HITE: J anuary 13 1945; P anama. R ep of P an:lma Chess Club 2; F N A 2. 3. 4: G A A 2, 3, 4 ; P an A me r i can C l ub 2 ; Spanis h C l ub 4 : c.e.e. 2. WELDON L. W H ITE: N ove mbe r 6 1 947; D allas T exas P an A me r ican 3; Ph oto,g raphy C l ub 2. 3: R O T .e. 2. C o rp oral 3; S A R ep r esentative 3. F RED W I LLIAM WHITNEY: j anua r y 27, 1 945; San J ose, Costa Rica. ].V Bask etball 1,2; I ntramural s I 2. LINDA ANN \X/ H I T \ '(10RTH: .Marc h 29, 19 45; T oJ...1'o, j apan. Drama Club 4; Fr ench Club 3, 4; l\[u Alpha Theta 4 ; Natio nal Honor Society 4. LYLE W I CK HAM EDWARD TANNER \'<'1 E SE : Letterman's 3, 4; Science Club 2, 4; R O T .e. 2. 3, 2nd Lieutenant 4; Footb:lll 2, 3, 4 ; Track 4. DEBORAH ELIZABETH W I LDER : D ecember 9, 1947 ; Ancon, C.'lnal Zone. F N A 3, G A A I 2 3, 4; Coun selor's Assistant 2; R .O.T.e. Sponsor 4; S.A R e p 2, 3, 4; CI:lsS Sec. 1; Intr amurals I 2, 3, 4 ; Zonian 4; Drill T eam 2 3; S A Book sto re I 3; B accalaureate Usher 4: GraJuation Us h e r 4: Sadie H awkins Coun. 1. Christmas F o rmal C nu rt 3, C arnival Court 3. G irls State J. JAMES l\IIC H AE L W ILH M : O ctober 27, 1945 ; Fort L ewis Was hingt o n At M a r s h all H ig h Sch oo l Falls Church, Virginia. B aseball 2, Band I. PEGGY W ILLIAMSON: D ecember 6 1948 ; F ukuo huka J :lpan. Nationa l H ono r Society 4 D U KE W I L SON: F e bruary 1 3 1945; j ac k sonville, Flori da. L ett e rman's Club 1 2. 3, 4; F ol k singe r s 4; H umanities 4; Nationa l H o n o r Society 3, 4; Deba te Society 3, 4; Pr es i dent 3; ChemIstry L ab A ssistant 3; S A R epresentative 2; S A Vice P resident 3; S A P resi dent 4 ; Class President 2. Swimming I 2; Fo ot ball I 2; I ntramu ral s I, 2; P:lrrak eet 4; Grad u at i o n and B accalau reat e Marshal; S .A. B ooksto r e 3; B oys State 3; Speake r of the H ouse 3; B oy's Nation Senator 3; Li'l Ab ne r 2 KA T H Y SUE W INN: .May 17, 194 5; F o rt W orth. Texas. Organ Guild 2, 3, 4; Band 2 3,4; Orc h estr:l 2 3. NANCY W INNER: M a r c h 10, 1945; B a lti more, Marylan d. D rama 4 ; A t P e nn sau k en H ig h Schoo l New J e r sey: Science Club 1 ; G lee Club I; Chorus 1 BREj\.'DA KAY WISEMAN: A ugust 16. 1947; E ast Alt on. Ill ino i s Br idge 4 ; F B L A 4. P ATR I CIA ELIZABETH WOEGENS J anu:lry 12. 1948 ; T o kyo J apa n A t B a ker H ig h S c h o ol. G eorgi:l: Science Club 1. LIN D A FRANCES WOODRUFF: November 3, 1945; San An tonio, T exas. Drama 1 ; F olksinge r s 4; F B L.A 4; G A A 2 3; P re siden t 4; I ntramurals 1 2, 3, 4; C h orus I 2 3, 4; Gl ee Club 1 2 3, 1; G raduation Ushe r 4; Girl' s State 3. PA MELA K A Y E WOODS: J uly IS 1965; Fr esno, C a[iforni:l. REBECC A LYNN WOODS: July 6, 1946; Ozark Alab ama. Spanish Club 2. L O R A I N WORSH AM : j uly IS, 194 5; An con, C ana l Z o ne. F T A .; F N A 4 ; R O T .e. A ss i stant 4; D r ama 3; F o l k singers 2; Science 2 N ANCY LEE YORK : O cto ber 3, 19 45; Glenco\'e, New Y o rk Office A ssi stant 2 3; Intramur al s 2 3, 4. GARY LEE Z AMBITO: September 21, 1945; Br ooklyn, New Y o r k Ch ess 3; Nation al H o n o r Society 3, 4; P an A me r i ca n Clu b 3; Photography 3; United Nations C lub 3; lab A ss istant 3; Intram ur als 1 ; S A R ep. 4; F oo tb all 4; .Boy's State 3. PAUL W I LLIA M 'ZEL N I CK : September 9, 19 4 5 ; An con, C ana l Z one. F o l k s in ge r s 2; Bridge 1 ; :r ... [ u Alpha Theta 1, 2 3, 4; Nati onal H o n o r Society 3, 4; Science Club I 2; D c-bate Society 3; P hysics A ssistant 4; C h em i stry 3; R .O.T.e. 2, 3, 4; 2nd L ieutenant 4; Glee Club I 2 3, 4; S A R ep. 3, 4 CONNIE SUE ZE.l\1ER : May 12, 1948; Columbus, Ohio. Na t iona l T hes p i ans 3; Secretary 4; P an A merican Club 3; T o m o rrow's Secretaries 4 ; Band 4; S.A R ep r esentative 4; Major. elle 4 ; I ntramu r a l s 2, 3; Band 1 2 ELLEN FLORENCE ZITZMAN: May 2S, 1947; Margarita, Can a l Z o ne Office Assi stant 4 III

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Mr H atchett is t h e sponso r for the S A t his ye3r. Student! The Student Associ atio n is t h e l a r ges t o r ga nization in Balboa Hi g h School a nd everyone w h o joins t h e S .A. b e nefits. Member s ge t free admissio n to sports a n d socia l events; t hey buy t i c kets f o r plays and receive t h e yearbook at discount prices; th e y may be c heerle ade rs, majo rettes, o r R O T.e. spo n sors; they may join a n y of t h e club s at B H.S. S.A. m e mber s have t h e pr ivileg e o f being able to bu} ite m s from th e n e w book store at discount p rices. The school newspape r i s distribut ed to all S.A members free Above a ll S .A. m e m bers hip s h ows t h a t stude nts s upport B a l boa Hi g h School. Our S A pr esiden t f o r this school ye3r i s Duke Wilson Duke makes use o f what l iu le leisure time h e has. 114

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Juanit a Mil as, Vice-Pr esident ; ningtao Secr e t a ries. D u k e Wilson Pr esiden t ; Sar:!h R UnneSlr:lnd and K en J ua n ita Milas, V ice Presi dent 115

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\ I I \ On e o f the ffiolny S A meetings. Safa h an d M a r gie Coh e n count mo ney f o r the S.A s ales of the Z O ll irlll. Sara h Run neslr and I S one o f the S A.' s h :ltd w o rking secre taries.

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The S A s h owcase displays item s sold In the book sto re, whi c h is sponso r e d b y t h e S A M olly K enni n gto n is a secretary f o r the S A thi s year M olly t yping up minutes o f S A meeting.

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118 Reserve Officer's Battalion Staff ,....... l \ = \,. j \ . I L ef l t o R ighi: G a br ie l H e rnand ez; Alan W ells; R o b e rt F ildes ; J ames N i c h ols ; J ames Walk e r ; Sue M o rri s; R odge r D enny; Lamar Sizemo re ; P au l R owe; Fr::lOk Tester ; M i guel Osborne. Th e pur p ose o f t h e B a l boa High Sch oo l Junior R e se r v e Offi ce r 's T rain i n g Co r ps is to g i v e pa rt-t i m e mili tary t r a i n i n g, and to p repa r e s tud e n ts ( o r co mmissi o n s in t h e Army, N av y A i r F o r c e, and M a r i n e Corps. Ca d e t s r eceive three y ears o f tra in ing duri n g w h ic h t h e y r e ce i v e v aluab l e bas i c m ilit ary courses of m a rk s man ship, tactics ma p r e a d i ng, m ilita r y hi s tory military courtesy. an d custo m s o f t h e se rv ice a r c tau g ht. E a ch c a d et w e a r s a blu e s t a r whi c h i s th e H o n o r S ta r desi g na t in g Ba l boa Hi g h School a n H o n o r Unit.

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Training Corps A Company Jame s Hudgins; Les l ie Dug as; Richard H oyle ; Richard G o n z al e z C Company Mnie Brul and; R o b e r t B o ukalis; Ric h u d H a rri ngto n ; Mic h ae l W allace ; Wayn e Brossey; Dill on l y n c h B Company P at Prat c h ett; Norri s Fussell; J ames Br ady; Alan B l u m b e r g; Mi c ha e l D o r an. -. ,. 119

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120 Reserve Officer's D e bbie Wilde r ; D o u g L e F e b v r e; C hu c k BcardaJl; Kev i n O 'Co nnell ; Alle n C o urn y er. Drill Team Company Connie Zeme r ; Thomas P arke r ; i\bry An ne D u rbon ; Susan Stewa rt . f I $-44 D Company ( r II (I r" -, ./ A B ruce H unt; George M i k osz; Betty A n d e r so n ; Eri c Andr e ws. Band Company

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Training Corp s Sponsors The Drill Team C o mpany performs at the half time M arie B ru l a n d; B etty And e r son; Pat Pratch ettj D e bbie Wild e r ; Sue M o rris; Lesl ie D ugas R O T ,e. Review N i g ht. ) 121

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122 Fro nt R o w : L e s bia J ohnson ; Viv ian K asan; Lee Clark ; Ellen Hamilton ; B arbara H op kins, Co-Capt ain; Pam M a r s h ; B ebe H o lme s ; Zizi J ones; P eggy Green; Beth Kennedy_ B ack R ow: Mitzi Vo gel, Captain; Bobbi e Cro sby; D ebb: \Xfalz; Nancy Garrison ; Sue Skaer ; D iane Goren-; J anet H unt ; Pat Cro s by; H elen A anstoos; B et h Speir. The 1 965 Girls Drill Team has w i t h out a dou b t had a very s u ccess ful y ear. Un d er t h e directio n of Mrs Y oung t hey h ave promoted s ch oo l spirit and ent hu s iasm wit h the ir p r ecise n ess of m ove ment an d o r igina lity of their routines. M any h ours of practice have gone int o t h e r o u t ines that the Drill T eam has p e r forme d during th e h a lftime of football a nd bask etball ga mes.

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". pO T he D rill Team poses f o r a quic k pictu re. Mrs. Clementine Y oung has sponsored the Gi rls Drill Team since 1 963, and has d o n e a great job i n hel pin g the g iris - ---Left t o R ighi: M itze V oge l ; l ee Cl:ar k ; Pam Marsh : Y i..,i:1n K osan; P eggy G reen ; L esbi3 J ohnson; B et h K e n nedy; B eth Spei r : D ebbie \\7a1z: Nancy Garri son ; Diane Goren; Sue Sber: B obbie Cros by; Pat Cr osby; H elen A anstoos; J anet H unt : Zizi J ones; Bebe H olmes; Ellen Hamil ton: B a rb a r a Hopkins. 123

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124 J e rri H u nt, Captain -. "' . Nancy T i nkl e r \ --. Lefl 10 R igh t : r.,' i u nec:l Guib e rt; Sus i e Wal lace; Malen:l B r eme r ; Nancy Ti n kl e r ; J a n e Cheer The Bulld og has bcro m e a r e n ewe d symbo l o f s tr e n gt h and h o n or. A s o u r Bulldo g reo main s t h e eterna l symbol of th e s tu d ents of B a l boa Senio r Hi g h ' .... -'* ... t" . P a t C h a ndl e r h ... .... .. '.-, ..... : ...... Sus i e Wall ace

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-Wilso n ; D arlene W oodruff; J erri H unt; Pat Chandle r eaders S c h oo l s o w ill o u r Bulld og c heerleade r s r e m ain t h e r e p r e sentatives o f o u r s p irit i n t h e face o f both vict ory and d efea t D arle n e W oodruff -' J M a l e n a Bre m e r Muneca G uiber t Jane Wi lson, CoCapt3in 125

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Majorettes I t (a n h o n est l y b e said tha t th e 19 6 5 M a j o r e ttes have h a d a g reat year. The football ga mes h ave s h o wn th e e vid e n ce of their h a r d w o rk in th e uniqu e preci s ion a nd original ity of their routin es. In pr e parati o n fo r a football s h o w whi c h u suaJly bsts about five minu tes, the g irls p u t in about ten h ours a week a t s c h oo l in p r a c tice a nd a litt l e ext r a at h ome. Sus a n St e wart 126 Lelt 10 Ri g hI: Susan Stewart; Connie Zemer; Mary Anne Durhon I M ary .A nn e Durhon Co nni e Zemer

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National Honor Society K nee/ing : J ohn Br igadie r ; P au l Flo r cruz; G eo rge Stanley; : M igue l O s b u rne ; Duke Wilso n ; Ji m B rady; T o m Sizemo r e; G ary Za mbi to Second R ow: Patt Earl; Beverly Brown ; L)' nn S u c her ; L inda Whitwo rth ; Loi s Finlason; Virgi nia Weiss; L ynn Baglie n ; : Ma r tha R odri quez; Susan Wallace. T hird R ow: L aurie M acDonell; Peggy Williamso n ; Cookie D ea n ; Ma r i e Brul and; Phy lli s Warner; J er ri Hunt ; D onna Searle; Sue Meeboer ; H e l en Waldron; M arg i e Co h e n F o urth R ow: J ane I-Ieste r s; L au r ie S k e han; M olly K ennington ; D oris M arti n ; B etty An derson; J oa n Sartain; Linda Cassibry; K aren K e r r ; P at Ch::mdl e r ; 53mh Runn estr:! nd F;/ I h Row: Bent ley J enkins; Paul Zelnick; Dick H oy l e; M :lfce Lu g e ; Al a n Wells; G ary V auc h e r ; Ji mmy Nichols. 127

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Zonian K athe Gay l o r d Productio n M anage r; Vicky Barris Business Mana ge r Zonian at \'Vor k 128

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Business Staff Editorial Staff i I - -Lel l 1 0 R ighI: Margie Cohen. Markel Larkins Debbie Wilder, Vicky Barris Frolll R ow: V i r g ini a Weiss Marjie Sener, Mel anie Cof er, Beth e Gaudy, Sue M o rris. Second R ow: Steve R ozzelle, P:1t P ratchett Marth a Knott Bill Woods K athe Gaylord 129

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Firsl R ow: Sar a h Runn estrand; Wally M urdock. S e ( ond R ow : Mr S Brown; Laurie S k e h a n; Edwina Bitte l ; Carol Wallace; T om Sizemore Third R ow: P a ul Flo rCruz; Cand y Ande rson ; N ancy T inkler; Duk e Wilson; Kathy R o bbin s; P ete r M cGrath ; Regina G aspe ri; Kathy Rose. 130 Parrakeet Wri t e Writ e, Write That i s w h a t t h e P arrakeet s taff does. Our s ch oo l n ewspape r 's r eport er s w rite a bout clubs, sports, d r amatics, R O .T.C, i n cide nts a round sch ool, a nd a mul t itude of o ther things. But t h e staff does not o nly ga ther inf ormatio n for art i cles, as a j o urnali s m class unde r th e dire c tio n of Me. Brown they learn h ow to plan pages, write n ews art i cles effe c tively, pre s ent adve rtisement s, a nd pr e par e copy for columns The staff's biggest rus h i s meetin g eac h deadline-th e n afte r a qui c k rest th e staff begins to plan the next issue.

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E dit o r P att E arl's j o b i s n eve r done. Staff membe r s be gin m a king up pages f o r the n ext edition Staff memb e r s discuss ideas f o r t h e P arrakee l 131

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Drama Club FirJl R ow: H arvey J ames, Meyer, J e rry Ca m p i o n H e l e n Hays, Pat P rince. S e cond R ow: Barbara Naron, D e l o res Schmidt Kay Woods, Carol W i gg, H olly G r een, Malena B r emer, Yvonne P adi lla, : Martha Vel ez, urmen Brynes, Madalaine Leszez. S herry Bissell. T hird R ow: Bethe Gaudy, L ynne Sucher, J eanette Mora les, K at hy 1 k Rou ssea u directs students In preparation for the play The Stuck. P ol. 132 J ane Melanson Mary Ann D urban, Sue Al ves, J a n Habathier Mar jori e Scne f M ary Coc!asure, Arl ene Hirsch Fourth R ow: J o Ann Jack son Victo r Oliv e r Maryr ose Reilly, Mark Saunde rs, Arn old Talbot! : M ered ith i'hrkun. The Drama Club spo n so red by Mr. Rou sseau, is open to all BH S students inte r este d in d r ama a nd th e productio n of p lays. The mor e drama tica!Iy ta lented m embe r s of the dub usually sta r in th e plays that t h e dub pres e nts. The m e mbers spend ma n y h o ur s at h a r d work reh ea r sin,5 for the actua l perfo rmance Other club m e mbers spe nd muc h of t heir time o n t h e seve r a l vita l aspects o f th c p lay productio n One or two st udents dir ec t t h e play a nd t h e vario u s comm i ttees take car e of cost umes, ligh ting, sound e ff ects, and props. Pr omp t ers stan d by to h c l p wit h rehearsal s w h i l e o ther st udents work on pub l icity for t h e p lay by making posters, p r e paring write ups o n the actors making up the pro g r ams an d sellin g tickets.

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Library Club The purpose of t h e Library C lub under the sponsorship of Miss Rider is to acquaint students with the library, its layout, its procedures, and the value of its literary materiaJ. Club members often give up their study h alls to assist the librari ans with work in t h e sch oo l l ibrary. They check in and check out books, get magazines that students request, and help keep order in the l ibrary. . .4 ..... Fro m Row: Maria Elena Kucikas Kathy Jane MeLanson, Carol Wigg, Carole Arnold, Pat Boot h, Gennie H arris, Cathy Brown BMk Row: Glenda Foreman, Kay Stephen son, Sheila Thompson, Cheryl Berry -Photo Club The purpose of the Photo Club is to teach amateur photographers the l atest inventions in photography, and how the new films that have been introduced in the market may be used for different types of pictures. The Club provides a photography lab, in which the students may develop their own pictures. At their meetings they usually have a speake r l ecture them on some aspect of photography. Prom R ow: Harl an Mitt ag, Wayne Foscue. Weldon White, Gabrriel H ernandez, Richard Hoyle Mary Sharp, Ernest Curtin Back R ow: .' .. .. -hill Roseanna McArthur Deanne Muller, Elva Sellens Marian Col clasure Sherry Bissell. -'. Steve Rozzelle, Peter M c Grath M1'. Norton sponso r Arn old Talbott 133

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J FirSI R o w: Susan H all, Dean Grieg Ernest Kwt i ng. Richa r d Metzger Paul Gilman, Stephan R ona l d Rodriquez-President Seco nd R o w : Mr s \'{fitkin-Sponsor Charl e s St. Robert Cleveland J ames Crane &yd Quail J ames Chancey -Secr etary Fred Gemmell. f J ames J ohn PirJl Row: Sandra Laird Susan C oo ne, Sue H o lly Sue Ridgell David S e balle Suond R o w: Col ema n And e rson Theresa G a imer:!c. D o ris M a r c hu c k M e redith M arkum Mary G a jmerle 1 3 4 Chess Club The purpose of th e Chess Club is to give its members a kn ow l edge and appreciatio n of t h e game of c h ess. Regula r m e etings a r e held a n d students who cann ot play are taught th e rules of t he game while the experts atte mpt t o defeat o n e ano ther. Latin Club The Latin Club, spo n so r ed by Mrs Perry is ope n to all students taking Latin. The dub enab les members to learn morc about th e various aspects of the R oma n people and cultu r e that are n ot st udi e d in class. Programs a r e pre s ented to the dub about th e customs ideas, gods, a nd myths of the R o m a n peop le. The club has s timulated m any students to continue s tudyin g the langu age. The big eve nt o f the year is the Lat i n Club B a nqu et, held towards the end of th e schoo l year at th e h o m e of o ne of the members. Everything i s R o m a n sty le dress decorations food, and fun

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Science Cl ub FrOll1 R ow: K at hy Lu cas; Juanita Mil as; Sorrell Brow n ; Phyllis Warne r; Lynn Sucher; Ann e G o l dfe in; Kare n K e rr; S t a n ley Wright; Debbie Goldfien ; Ole lia Beale; ;."ra rtha R odriquez; A1iddl e R o w : Mr. B a rry ; Susan Neausbaum; M a r ga ret O'Neal; I nez D uffus; Fr ed -----Preparat i o n f o r the Science Exhibit i s h ard work f o r both students and teache rs. .. G emmell; Steven Laue; B o nnie B o w e r ; Sa nd y Laird ; Richard Metzger. B t tek R ow: J o an Sartain ; D o nna Searle; B o nn i e B eukema; N i cholas Orlandi; Mr. Otwell Th e Sci e nce Club was founded for th e purpose of int e resting stude n t s in t h e fie l d of science. The dub gives stu dents w h o are in te r ested in \ vo rkin g out scient ifi c problems o r trying to get a bette r und e r s t a ndin g of what is going on in t h e f i e ld of scie nce, an oppo r tunity t o do so. At t h e meetings t h e stu dent s are able to w o r k togethe r a nd int e r c h a n ge ideas with oth e r m e m be r s a nd with their spo n sors. During the year they v i sit various places th at are of scientific int e r est. 135

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From Row: l\l ike K elly, Mi cky K ap lan Mark Saunde rs, G ary V auc h e r D u ke Wilson L ama r Size more Ric hard Neg r o n Bad R ow: M ary B o hon Debbi e Goldfein B o nnie B owe r Susa n H ill, B o nnie L avende r Bethe Gaudy, J o An n J ackson, Mi c h elle Myers, J an H abe rth ier The r sa G oj merac, M e redith Markun Debate Club Fro nt R o w : P aul Flo r cruz, T om Male, Mar c ella \'(falke r Sand r a Sp inney Sha r o n Samson Martha Spinney John Rich a rdson H a rry Stinson Se(Ol1d R ow: M a rlene M ajo r Itze l Gu adia n e Martha R od riqu ez, linda H uff H o lly Green Maria Elena Kucikas Yv o nne P a dilla, S h e rry Bisse ll. T hird R ow: linda H amilton, Mae; Future Business 136 Wel d e n Gin ge r \'(fert z J ane Hi c ks, l\' f a r s h a Watkins, M argaret Ott Paul a Braun, Shei l a Th ompson, Susan Engelke Ruth Raymond. F O llrth R ow: L este r Mall ory, Pam R owe Susa n Alv es, Lind a Woodruff, J im Hud gins Elva $ellens, Marian Colca s ure Leaders of America

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FirSl R Olli: J o hn Thomps o n; Matth ew Smith; Ceferino Vill amil; Greg Cascante; L ouis Churchville; Gary Vau cher; Duke Wil so n; L ouis Bertoli ; Nick Orlandi. S e cond R ow: Glenda F oreman; Ofelia B eato; Claudia Clark; Lucy D iBlasi; M art h a Rodriquez ; B o nnie Bower ; Kath}' L ucas; Kathy Robbins ; Bonnie Lavender; Beth e Gaudy ; J o Ann e J ackson; Michele Merers ; Jan Ha be rthi er; Margaret O'Neal; Kath}' \,\ / arren; Sus:Jn usb3um ; Christina Collins ; M ary Gojmerac ; ThereSl Go jmerac. Humanities Club Frolll Row: K athy Lucas; Sue Nusbum; C l audia C l ark; Lucy DiBlasi ; Ofelia Beato ; Victoria Rodriquez; Pat Booth; Sandy Blumberg; Toni l\ lcGr at h Sec ond R o ul: Margaret ONeal; Celes H o man; Gl e nda F o r eman; Marta Little; Lilia Vargas; Teresa Rodriqu ez; Edd y Benitez; Wanda l\o{arks; Yolanda L ee; J uanita Milas ; Maria Elena K uci Kas; Alicia R odriquez; Muneca Guibert Third R ow: Mr Pc
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, '. .,..-" J ..... -. Fim R o w ; N ancy Tinkl e r ; M onica Nora Knight; B e tty \Xfhit e S e r o lld R ow: Lucy DiBlasi; Adri ana Alv a r ado; Sharon Samson; R ut h Cr o u c h ; Gi se l a M a rtin ez; B e tty \'(1ang; Sue Poeme r Third R ow: Mildred D o minguez ; J o an Severson; Michele Meyers; Mitzi V oge l ; Car o l y n T a rr ; Connie Ze m e r ; Rut h Raym o nd. 138 Secretarial Club Fro n l R ow: Conni e Shi m p ; Yvo nn e Padilla ; Mar gare t Ott; K at h y Brody ; Pe ggy Green ; Judy White; M ary Pr oudfoo t ; J ones; E velyne M u n d; P at B arlett Strond R ow: Pat Gib so n; Posey Bush aia; C o lleen Campbell; J o e Bierman; Bonnie Diane B o yd; M e l an i e Cofe r Office Assistants Pam Mar s h; F r anlcie Arno ld ; Pam Row e;

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Fron t R ow: Elizab et h H a rris; Maggie Rodri guez; lin d a Whitwo r t h; K a thy J a n e M e l a nson ; V i r ginia Weiss; A nto i nette l\' f a l ene; J o hn Decker. S econ d R ow: Nieoles Orl a n di; E dua r d o De Alba ; Vilma D e l ima; Ph yllis Barrett ; Mary Sharp ; Sha r o n L a n e; F e rnand o Alfar o; Su e Ska cr Unpiclur e d : Sue M o rris, Be\h e G audy. P atly M orris. L e ft t o Ri g ht: L ynn F rau e nheim : Ph}-Uis \'(Iarner ; Cookie Dean ; J ohn Thompson ; M arie B r u l a n d; Kath y Winn; Linda Cassady French Club The mam purpose of the Frenc h C l ub is to g ive t h ose students studying F r e Q ch an opportunity to become more familiar with th e rustoms, ru l ture, and social l ife of the Fre n c h peop le. Many interesting prog r ams a r e p r esented at t h e meetings. T h e members o f the clu b give reports on points of in teres t whi c h may give th e members a bette r und e r sta ndin g o f l i f e i n France_ At t h e meetings th e membe r s liste n t o g u est s peakers dis russ var io u s aspects of F r e n c h l ife or rultur e or t hey w atc h film s abo u t Fr e n c h a u t hor s and a rti s ts_ Organ Guild The Orga n Guild i s com posed o f t h e s tu d e nt s that can pla y t h e o r ga n a nd the o ne s th a t a r e i nterest e d in doi n g so. The m e mbers play a t diffe r e nt fun ctio n s in sc h oo l a nd in oth e r p laces_ The y a l so st ud y the l i f e a nd mu s i c of g r ea t co m pose rs. 139

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140 FronJ R ow: Kathryn Warren; Susan Nusbaum; J ohn T h ompso n; L ynne Sucher; Martha Rodriquez ; Mary Bolton, Bonnie Lavende r ; K athy Lucas. Ba rk R ow: Chri sti n a Collins; Margaret O'Neal ; Mat thew Smith; Mark Saunde rs; Karlene Oeding; H aro l d Wilson ; Kathleen Robbins ; Louis Bertoli Math Club and Mu Alpha Theta Finl Row: Di ane Gomez; Becky An derson ; Lois Denton; J udy Vogel. Serolld R ow: Lorene Collister; Edna J ackson; Cynthia Boukali s; Shery l Moberly; J eanette Morales; Elizabeth Harris; Sandy Blumberg; L oraine Worsham; Carol Adair; Mrs. Champion mont. Third R ow: Barbara H akey; Sue Beukema; Mary Rose Reilly; J udy F arish; Bettina To rr es; Miriam An ders o n; Louis e J ulian; J ackie H oyt; Sue Stewart; /l.bry Redding ; Vick i Barnes; D o nna Deveau; Carmen Brehens; D o nna Rathegebe r ; Kay Steven son. Future N urses of America

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G .A.A. Who said th a t boys were better t h a n girls in spo rts ? Most of the gir l s th at arc in terested in sports in B H .S. a r e m e mbe r s of t h e Girls Athl etic Association. The purpose of the Association is to r ecognize t h e ability in sports that th e girls have During t h e year the girls work h ard t o earn a l etter. The l e tte r s ar e give n to th e girls that h ave t h e largest amount o f points at the e nd of the year. Pin s a r c a J50 give n to t h e girls that participated active l y in intramural sports National Thespians Being a Thesp i an i s a g r eat h ono r since it i s th e res u l t of much h ard work. Dram a stude nts w h o h ave earned a certa in number of points on plays-by taking a direct part in the play or by h e l ping in ot h e r waysa r e elig i b l e t o become Thespia ns. Fint R ow: Kay Stevenson; P at H ennigan; Sue Wallace; L y nn Fr.lunh eim; L inda Woodruff; J a n e t H unt; Darlen e Woodruff; P a t Ch a n dle r; Beck y Fall; Terri B ur k Second R ow: J anet Lindh; Vicki Rodr i quez; J ane Wilson; K athy Brady. Sandy B lumbe r g; Pat Booth, D ebbie Wi lder; Lee Winstead; Muneca Guibert. T h ird R o w : Bettina T o rr es; J erri Hunt ; J o an Sartai n ; Bunny Rudesheim; K athy Schr o lder ; Mitzi V ogel; J ane H este rs; Phyllis Wamer. I .. -Lefl 1 0 Righi: Mark Saunders ; J o hn Barb; MaCJorie Sener; Sarah R u n nestrand; C h arles Adams; John Reynolds. 141

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F i r J I R ow: 1\hxine Du dgeon; Linda H elm; Martha R od riquez. SNOlld R ow: Judy V oge l ; Lynda McCl ain ; Sandy Blumbe r g; Kathy Lucas; M agg i e R odriquez; Lin da H uff; Ofel i a Beat o Third R ow: D e bbi e B a rr ett; Br enda Beech ; Glenda Forem a n ; Al ice Baggott ; H olly Green; T e rr y Rodriqu ez; Elizabeth Stetle r ; Kar en Moeller. F O llrlh R o w: Mrs. V irginia N o r ton; L aur i e Skehan; Mrs. Alice Latime r Future Homemakers of America Fro nl R ow: R obert B oye r ; S har o n Mann; V a l e rie McInti r e; M a l ena B reme r ; Jan i c e Lugo; Wel don W h ite; P au l Suc h e r S e ( ol1d Row : Ce( Villami l ; Steve Smit h ; B o b V an W inkl e; Rich ard Llo y d Audio-Visual 142

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Fut ure Teachers o f America Front R ow: K a thy Sch r oede r ; T e r r i Smith; L ynne Suc h er; C a r o l \'\Iigg; T ina T o rr es; R ose. mn a ;"' f c Ar t hur ; L o i s Finl ason; J ane H esle r sj Car o l Adair M idd l e R o w: L orai n W o r s h am; Christine Cartott ; K at h y J a n e J\' l e lan son; L orene Collister; J ane t Scig lian e; H o lly Green; A nita Crequ e; Candy And e r so n ; Vivian K osan; Edn a Jackson; P at Bartlett ; Mrs. Ruby Bissett, Spo nsor Bark R ow: M a r y An ne D urbo n ; Nancy H art; B ecky And e r son; Lois D e n ton; M ary R e ddin g; Lauri e S k e han ; Miriam A nderson; Beth K ennedy. The Fut ure Teac h e r s of Ame rica Club is sponsored by M rs. B i ssett. T h e d u b me ets regu l arly an d the m e mb e r s discuss as many aspects of tea c h in g as possib le. C l ub m e m bers r e port o n vario u s t opics r e lat e d to teaching: t eac h e r s colleges teac h i n g i n fore ign coun t ries, teach in g foreign languages a n d tutor i ng. During t h e year severa l guest speake r s a r e inv i te d to tell about di ff e r ent fields r e l ate d to t eac h i n g. Ma n y of t h e clu b m e m be r s get experie nce i n t eachin g by tutorin g hig h sch oo l s t u de nts and ele m e n tary sch oo l .chil d r e n at l unc h t i me, a f te r school o r d ur in g st udy h alls. Mr s Bis sett is the sp o n so r for the Future Tea c hers of A merica C l ub and h as do n e ;l. g r ea t job this year. 143

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144 1 0 Righi: Laurie MacDonnell; Doris M artin; Pat Chandl e r ; Jane H esters; Ofelia Beato ; Molly Kenningt o n ; M o nica Meye r; Karen K e rr ; Mari e Bruland ; Mis s P erez, Sponsor Spanish Honor Society The Sociedad H ono raria Hi spanica, (th e Spani s h Honor Society) i s a nationa l o r ganizati o n spo n so r e d by the American A ssociatio n of Teach e r s of Spani s h and Portuguese to r e c ognize achievement and en c ourage students to continue th eir study of the l anguage. Jun iors and Senior s enrolled in a Spanish course a r e eligib le.

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Get Acquainted Dance The Strangers supp l y {he mu sic f o r the G e t A c quain ted Dance. A s so m e dance. some l oo k a nd study t h e b and Everyone g o t a c quainted even with the band 145

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The cr o wn i n g o f t h e q ueen 146 Football Dance J e rri H unt ; A nde r s o n B ro w n ; Charlotte Rhodes ; J o hn lbt h e ge ber ; Hel e n A a n s t oos; Steve W eila nd Qu een C h arlo tte and J o hn Rathe g eber h e r esco rt.

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" Come on seven " N o w o ne m o re time Gossip ? "D= God Gra c e ? Oh } 'eah!" 'Yeah!" "Oh, reah ? " I feel l i k e 3. go ldfi s h in h e r e ." and that's t h e story of my l ife!" 1 4 7

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148 Science After Hours Mr. Knick Mr Jenk ins, and Mr. Banasi c k o f the Science Week Com mittee dis c uss their pl:lns The typic a l BHS stude nt is a l ways running back a nd fo r t h from o n e activ ity to anot h er, co n tinua lly o n the go H e i s n o t af raid of h ard work a nd s p e nd s much of his va lu ab l e time doin g things for hi s sch ool. An examp le i s t h e annua l Science \'\I ee k For many weeks, and in so me cases m o nth s st ud ents work ah e ad to comp l e t e projects t h at h ave been pl a nn e d well in ad va n ce. Some 3rc ori gina l in ve n tions, ot h e r s a f C the classical e xperim e nt s; but they all h ave one thing in co rpm o n They all brin g out th e b est in th e stude nt The type s of di splr,lyS range from se l f -exp l anatory, motion l ess d isp lays to co mpl ex, moving mechanisms which h ave to h ave a st ud e nt o n h a nd at all times. Alth o u g h Science Week deal s with a cu rricular subject it i s a n extracurricular a-::tivit}'. In mo s t cases, student participa ti o n i s volu ntary and eac h ex h ibit refl ect s the individu a l taste of the student. Science \'\feek has been establ i s h e d to s h ow the commu n ity the ex c ellent prepar atio n BHS st udent s are r eceiving in the fie l d of sc ience. ... I --, -.. I I -... I .. -.. -.. -.. -.. --... --Two of Mr. J e nkin s's s tudents prepare an ea r thworm f o r a di ssec ted view.

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.. It'-Mr. F r a l ey and a gro up O f his students dis c uss plan s f o r an exh i bit A h a rdworking st u dent prepares a poster for Visitors Nigh t Thomas O c zk o w icz and Debby G o ldfein mak e some final adj u st ment s in the G e n e r a l S c i e nce s h o w case. 149

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150 I nte r est in I S d e m o n strated no t only thr oug h th e peop l e wh o h ave projects, b u t a lso by t h e peop le who come to see t h e m This i s s h ow n by t h e lar ge num be r o f p e o p l e w h o atte nd e d th e exh ibition t his year The a ctual pa rtic ipants studen t g uides, int e r e sted pare nts, whatev e r all contributed t h e Scie nce f air In w h a t eve r capacity by s upporting Sci e nce \'
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, pssc students Bo b Tarr and Bru c e Parker exam ine the powe r panelloealed i n the Ph ysics lab in r oo m 1 06C. E ac h sc i e n c e h ad its own r ep r esentat i ve at the Scie nce Fair. Biology wa s repre se nted by dissections and other experime n ts concerning livin g p h e nom e na C h emistry experiments attr acted a l arge number of cu r ious visitors. Unbel i eving v i ewers gaze d in awe at the incredib l e compl i cat i o n s of every day Qcrurences as s hown by the Physics d e partm e nt And for t h e viewe r wit h a more var ied taste th e Gener a l Sci e n ce ex h ib i ts prese n ted the pra ctica l applications of t h e three b asic scie n ces: Biology C h emistry, and Phy s ics. The student ex h ibits thi s yea r s h owed a g r ea t dea l of o r igina l ity P at C h a n d l er put togeth e r a n inter est in g ex h ibit. S h e took small col o r ed gumdrops a nd used t h em as atoms, con n ect i ng t hem with toot h pic k s The diffe rent co l o r s represe nted diffe rent atoms. Mr. Ban as i c k 's Scie n ce C lub b ega n a p r ojec t simi l a r to P at's in t h at t h e different co l o r s r eprese nt e d differ e nt a t oms. Unde r C r istina Co llin s, t h e Science Club u n der took t h e const ru ctio n of a model of t h e DNA m o l ecu le The .complet e d model wa s p l ace d wit h a fil mstrip a n d r e cording of the hi story of the DNA mol ecu le. The Genera l Science st ud e nts who were (or t h e most D issecting a fetal pig, Bob D ryja shows one o f the p r ojects o f the Ph ysiology class part freshme n s h owed a g r e at dea l of ingenuity in their d i s pl ays. They cove r ed a wide fie l d, fro m D avi d Soballe s ex hib it o f the se parat i o n of sodium from sodium hydroxide, to David Winn's ex h ibit of a m o del radio. The Physics a nd PSSC classes co mbin ed, and the ir ex hibit s wer e di s play e d in r oom 1 06-C whic h i s s hared by Mr. Fraley and Mr. Swe hla. Two stude nt s set u p a co lor demon s tration ac r oss t h e h all (ro m the Ph}'s ics l ab. I n the l a b t h e re wer e seve r a l stu d e nts running t h e Van d e Graaff ge n e r ato r Bob Tarr, Bi ll Till e y and l es Fulc h e r did so m e electro-p l ating "Roger H oe n ke set up a J acob's l ad d e r an d R a nd all W e rntz set up a model h ydroge n bomb ex p e riment. Physi ology wa s a n e wcome r t o BHS this year but the r e were some excellent exhibits Sue L essiack and Larry D o u glass did a s tudy of the tropical frui t fly, and Bill y D a ubin did a s urvey on b l ood types Visitor's ni g h t was on the whole, a very s u ccessf ul affa ir. The e ve nin g ended as the visitor s came in t o the ROTC a rm ory fo r coffee o r coolaid, and cook ies. Mrs. L ane was in c h arge a nd g r ee ted the visitors as t he y e n te r ed lik e t h e g r ac i ous h os t ess tha t s h e is. 151

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Athletics opens man y doors to the stude nt ; doors to hard fou g ht g ames and doors to fun. But the most imp o rt ant do o r athletics tou c hes upon i s that of sportsmanship. This feelin g and way of playing prevails in every activity and helps to g ive the players male and female a sense of accomplishment in their job no matter whether the Bulldo g s win or l ose. It i s this feeling that the cheerleaders convey at the end of a g ame wit h their cheer for the TEAM, TEAM, TEAM. It is this feeling that i s the very essence of Athletics ATHLETICS 153

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158 OulldoJ; Ic.lm ready t o roll, Bulldogs Fight Hard The Bulld ogs h ad a di sappoi ntin g seaso n with 1 WJn a nd 5 lossc:s, but th e ga me s w e r e close and h a rd fou g ht, Aft er m any cuts Coach Ande r so n tr i mm e d t h e t eam to app r o ximately 4 1 p layers, H a r d practice was t h e keyn ote of the year. Aft e r a disappointing nig h t at t h e J ambo r ee t hey l ost consecutively to College, Sch oo l 's Divisi on Athletic Club a n d C r i s t o ba l but all by close sco res. Aft e r upsetting College 6 t o 0 in the anc h o r g:lme, they su ffered a stun nin g d e fe a t 2S to D, a t t h e h ands of the Athleti c C lub. The sixt h and last game was playe d against C r istobal. Unde f eated C r istobal a l m ost h a d to sett le for a 6 to 6 tic with the h ard figh ting Bulldogs. While t h e l ast p lay was und crwa), t h e dock un o ut but Cristoba l m a n age d t o score o n a tou chdow n pass, F irJI Row: S R H arting t o n ; J. R athgebe r ; M Larkins; B Bouka l is; A B rown; J. Pin s cik; R A s k ew; P H endrickso n; T l\'lil c hell ; E \ X / e ise; St!(ol1d R o w : S Weiland: R Sweat; R Crump; j Jenner ; D BernhArdt : T P escod; J. D ola n ; R Plucker; R GriHin ; L. H u sted; C. A BulldoJ; drives of( t:l.(kle f o r rive ) ,.lrCl s T he ever present c he e rle ader gets the crowd moving Fren c h ; R K e rr ; J. Stuewe Third Row: Man ges. J Etylis, J. H ead; H P ruitt; R Wils o n ; R D onley; D Ar tley; P M o rr is; D D o rff ; B N e ul es; B Th ams; J K ota lik ; B H u g h es; R W ainio; M a n g r . J. C ook; H ead Coac h A nderson 1965 B a lboa B a l boa B a lboa B a lbo a B alboa B a lboa VAR S ITY FOOTBALL 1 2 0 0 6 0 6 Cz.C 2 1 S D A C 8 C H S 1 4 CZ.C 0 S D A C 25 C H.S. 1 3 A lert Bulldog defense stops the oppo siti o n cold 159

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160 1965 BASEB ALL RECORD B a lboa-CH.S. Balboa-CZ.C Balboa-CH.S. B a lboa-CZ.C B a lboa-A.C B a lboa-A.C B a lboa-CH.S. B a lboa-CZ.C B a lboa-A.C 3-1 4--1 12-2 4--1 3-0 5-0 4--1 0-2 1-0 I n February, 1 965, boys i nter este d i n p layin g baseb all for B a lboa H i g h School wer e tol d to sign up w i t h Coach R aybourne. W h e n practice b ega n many boys att e n ded a ll h opefu l s for t h e Var sity squad. Train i n g rules w e r e e xpl aine d a n d t h e boys we r e to l d th a t pract ice would b e h e l d daily f r o m 3:00 to 5:00. Th e worko ut con s i s t e d o f win d sprints, tim ed l aps, batting, runni n g and fi eld i n g practice, and num ero u s calisthe n ics. Unde r the s train o f t h e practice, man y boys d roppe d out a n d only t h e d etermi n e d remain ed. Soo n t h e participants b ega n d e velo p i n g individual skills and attempted to p lay p a r ticula r positions. M ov i es we r e s hown d e m o n s trat i n g t h e game of baseball, p lays, a n d met hods of p l aying positio n s. Aft e r w eeks of pract ice a n intra-sq u a d ga me was held to d etermine t h e team. W h e n t h e f i n a l sel ectio n s we r e posted, twenty boys we r e named, w ith S enio r M i k e Gurney as t h ei r manager. From t h e n o n t h e boys p racticed as a t eam r ea l izing t hat team wo r k i s wh a t m a k es a w inni ng season. W i t h seve n r etu rnin g l ett e r m e n a h os t of to p -notc h pitchers, and a w ell t rain e d field, t h e success o f t h e 1 965 season was assu r e d H o w eve r knowing t h a t p r edictions do n ot a l ways come true, Coac h Rayb ourne d r ille d t h e team hard e r a n d w h e n the fir st ga m e wit h C r isto b a l was p layed the B u U dogs s h o w ed t hat t hey had a g r eat seaso n a head by w inni n g 3 -1. Bulld ogs a nticipate the fir s t game o f t h e seas o n A Bulldog read ies t o h i t a curve b a ll

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Balb oa breaks the tape! Waiting f o r the gu n And they're o ff! Ib2 Varsity Track Thi s year the B alboa Track Team enjoyed a wond e rful sea-son O( t h e four inte rsch o lastic track meets, th e team scored totals of 66, 55 Vb 69, and 5 9 point s con secutive ly. This is a noticeable improvem e nt ove r l a s t year's overall total o( 32 points. On e o( t h e runn ers who made this possib l e was Steve R ozelle, w h o l e d t h e Can a l Zone scor ers with 47V2 po ints. Mr. Br o wn, our distin guish ed coach estimates t h a t app roxi m ately 1 2 m e n will earn t h eir l ett e r s alo n g with his con g ratu lati o ns, ( o r a j ob well done. B alboa sets the pace for ot h e r s

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Up and ove r! A tir e d winner! F ;ul R Oil' : Geor g e Stan l ey; Tom Mitch ell; Gary V auc her ; Larry H a ff captai n ; Steve R ozelle, co.captain ; BIb Evens; Ron B eukem:l, SU o lld R ow: F e rnan do O s trea ; B o b R aimey; Wesley Smith; H arry St e nson ; B o b K e rr ; R a l p h Stenson; J ames Gangle; Theodo r e J emmott. T h ird R ow: Eve rett Whi te; Fr ank Test o r s; B o b Nettles; Steve T o rain ; Mike And r ews; Ju sto Velez ; Nelson Borrero; Mike Corco, manager 163

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164 --------------- .. The b l eac her s b eg in t o f ill as spectato r s a rr ive fo r t h e first s wimmin g meet. B a rba r a L ew ter dem o nst r ates good bac k stro k e f o r m a s s h e comes in seco n d T i m e r Sammy W i l k i n p r epares to s o un d t h e gun a f te r two f a lse s t a r ts.

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1965 SWIMMI NG RECORD Ba lb oa Cristoba l Boys 78 1 7 Girls 72 22 Boys 62 33 G irls 76 1 7 Boys 69 26 Girls 82 7 Boys 66 20 Girls 75 19 Sw immin g practice for t h e 1 965 swimm in g season was l aunc h ed b y an announce ment f r o m Coac h Conner r eques tin g all intere ste d stude n ts to sig n up wit h him Tn a me e tin g a tt ende d by ove r fifty people h e e xplained t h e tra inin g ru les, the sch ed ule, and gave a n i dea of t h e w o r ko u t t he y would h ave. The plan was to h ave "dry land" p ractices for a mont h consisting of cal ist h enics des i g n e d to build st r e ngth and endurance an d work w i t h t h e wall-w e i g h ts an d chin-up ba rs. T n addition to this m ovies wer e s h ow n i llu st r a tin g prope r stroking m et h ods to enable th e swimme r s to discove r t h e ir ow n {aults When th e w ate r workouts b egan, th e number of partic i pants h a d droppe d g rea t ly. It was during t hi s period t hat t h e rea l team wa s c h ose n n o t by t h e coac h but b y t h e wi ll ing n ess and ability o f the swimme r s to attend p ractice, observe ru l es, an d w o rk up to p ote nti al. The practices w e r e a hard test. The team work ed for three h ours d aily swimmi n g cou n t l ess l a p s, pract icin g racin g di ves and turns, a nd r acing eac h ot h er. Satu rdays were spen t in tim e trials to d e t e rmin e who would swi m in w hich event. W ee k by w eek, t h e numbe r of swimme r s dropped and on l y the d e t e r mined stayed with t h e tir ing activity. Whe n t h e f i r st meet wa s h eld in C oco Solo the Bull d ogs made a g r eat imp r ess ionnot onl y b eca u se o f their uniforms, but b eca us e o f t h e evi den ce o f prepa r a tion and d e t e rm inat i o n as t hey swa m t o v i ct ory Coach Conne r passive l y watches a race. A timer waits at the edge for a winner. 165

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The boys' bac kstr o k e race be gi ns, and among the m i s G r eg Eleft e rin who break s t he backst r o ke rec o rd. J ane Wilso n win s a fir s t in butterf l y 166 A Bulldo g h its the wate r t o wi n a ri bbo n

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Sue D essert makes a qui c k sta r t to sWi m to v i c t ory in the 4 00 yard race. Team membe r s count laps a nd encourage l o ng distance s wi mmers. Th e Coac h stands in wait l o r the gu n Gre g Elefterin co u nts laps for a t eammate A Bull dog smiles after h earing that Balboa is victorious agai n

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I b8 INTRAMURAL SPORTS .-- ..... -... .... ---.

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'" ... o '" " ... I A team membe r tries the broad-jump. \Varmin g up :It:::::-----Intramural Track I nt r amu ral Track is a pre-Varsity trammg schedule for would-be tra c k pa r ticipants. As in sw immin g, many of th e participants are Var sity oldsters keepi n g i n s h ape for next season. I ntramura l tr a ck is mad e up of the broad-jump high -jump s h ot-put, and running. This gives the m embers of th e team a l arge fie l d from which to choose. .,... -CJ-, -H eave! H eave! I \ Only one more lap to go, fellows! 169

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170 Girls Volleyball V olleyball is t a ken up by m a ny g irls. After sc h oo l they p lay agai n s t teams mad e up of friends and dassmates. The action i s hot a nd h eavy a nd so m e times funny, as girls kno ck th e m s elves out to r eturn th e sen 'c. Supe rvised by gym t eac h ers, the girls provide an interesting game for th e m s elv es a nd m a ny spec t a t o rs. Y ou'll hav e to stretc h f o r th3.t one! H elp Girl gets ready to serve. Up! Up! Up! Oh, what a sight!

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Girl's Bowling The Balboa High "Bow l e rr ettes" can be found practicing t h e ir spo rt with th e d e dicat i o n d evote d to th e mos t arduous and d iHic u lt sports to b e f ou nd i n o ur ext r a-curicu l ar pr og r am The a r e n a o f their effo rt s is t h e bow li n g alley adjacent to t h e hig h sch oo l prop e rty. The bow li n g pr og r am i tself i s o n e o f th e man y t h at tak e p lace during t h e win t e r sports pro g r am --Steering (or a stri k e -K ee p you r eye on the pins not t he ball. D ejection. III

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Perfect form. Right down the middle. Sometimes there are days like this /72

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Balboa Relays The B a l boa R e lays consisting of various track and field eve nts is an annua l eve nt. S eve ral teams from the Can:tJ Zone a nd th e R epublic of Panama make the comp etition kee n This year a larg e audience wat c h ed Bal boa mak e a good showing with a third p l ace overa ll. A contestant tries for a record. A Balboa man heaves h ard. Runners coming int o the stretch Couh Brown congratulat es a runner A view o f the keen compet iti o n 173

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174 A Year of Sports Bal boa's defense tak ing a b r eak. A Balboa man wa i ting to hit a h ome run B alboa com i ng o ut at h a lf time f o r a victory. Rup e rt T u r ne r clearing the hi g h hurdles A h a r d practice afte r sc h ool.

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A referee and Coac h A nders o n have a difference of opinion. Nelson B o rrer o clear s the l o w hur d les. The c heerleaders t ake a break A blu e ribbon f o r Balboa 175

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Alt h ough it may seem st r ange, the advertising sect i o n ope n s m any doors to the student. An d not t h e obv i o u s ones t hat l ea d into t h e adve r t i sers' stores I n t h e compan ies l isted in t h e sect i on t h ere are job opportun i ties f o r g raduates and c h ances for a sh.dent to learn t h e vocatio n of his c h o ice. It i s l ike every ot h er thin g t h o u g h ; t h e doo r s a r e t h ere, a n d i t is t h e will of the student whether o r n o t they a re open ones. ADVERTISING ,-..,-\. J ----177

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178 The Jet is fairly common. The airline isoneofa kind. There's more to running an air line than having a fleet of the finest aircraft. And there's more to choosing an airline than comparing time tables or menus. What you want more than any thing else is confidence, peace of mind, assurance. Call it what you will, it means everything Come fly with us soon. Wher ever you go, you'll know you're flying the very best there is. It's a good feeling. World's most experienced airline First in L a tinAmerica First on the Atlantic First on the Pacific First 'Round the World Reservations and Information Tivoli Avenue-2-0670 JEWELRY & WATCHES Ricardo Cham bonnet y Quinta Avenida Children Clothing Underwear Cosmetics Lancome Midnight Colognes Household Goods

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Compliments of VOLKSWAGEN TRY THE NEW 1300 AND 1600 UNICAR, S. A. Tel: PAnama 5 3900 Compliments of Compliments of BALBOA BEAUTY SHOP 179

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180 CURUNDU DRESS SHOP Bes t i n F itti ngs A lterations and Designs Moderately Priced To F i t Your Budget CASA BHULAR Box 1491 Panama Tel. 2 3446 GIFT SHOP AIR CONDITIONED 22 07 Central Avenue 22-07 PI"za 5 de Mayo Specialists in uni forms and sui ts made to order, with a wide varie ty of materials to choose from. Al s o carrying a complet e line of men's r eady tow ear Suits s h irts, ti e s shoe s all i mported from England, France Italy, and the U S .A. The Store for The Modern Man Corner of J Street and Central Ave. Compliments of GLADYS BEAUTY SALONS Albrook Beauty 87-7103 Howard Beauty 84-6117 Ft. Clayton Beauty 87-3209

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CURUNDU FLOWER SHOP Flowers for All Occasions For the Best in Qual ity, Service and Prices Call: CURUNDU 7292 or BALBOA 2-2793 Congratulations to the Class of "66" CHI OMEGA SORORITY RESTAURANT-BAR AND PIZZA HOUSE "CAPRI" Italian Bakery a nd Ice Cream Parlor In Front o f the P a n ama H i lton Specialty in pizza lasagna, f ettucin i scallo pini, meat parmesan, lobster, chicken cacciatore and an infinite variety of international dishe s a c compan ied w i th exqu isite wines. 181

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182 ANA LUDMILA GEE Choreographer and Teacher of Ballet BEGINNERS-ADVANCED Bldg. 817-Albrook A.F.B. . For Top Movie Entertainment Look to Twentieth Century Fox **** . Recently We've Shown YouTHE SOUND _OF MUSIC ZORBA THE GREEK DO NOT DISTURB THE AGONY AND THE ECSTASY ... AND SOON We'll ReleaseFantastic Voyage-The Blue Max Flight of the Phoenix-Modesty Blais e How To Steal A Million Dolla" And Live Happily After Sand Pebbles-Stage Coach and THE BIBLE Courtesy of PEMCO S. A. Tel. 83-7185 LOLA'S BEAUTY SHOP PANAMA HILTON WESTINGHOUSE DISTRIBUTOR PANAMA AND CANAL ZONE

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USE YOUR INVITATIONS ANNOUNCEMENTS .RUBBER STAMPS MADE TO ORDER .CALLING CARDS POSTERS ARTWORK .PERSONAIJZED CHRISTMAS CARDS CURUNDU PHI ALPHA THETA OFFERS CONGRA lULA liONS to the CLASS OF '66 183

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184 TEL. 2-4503 P O BOX 1291 Restaurant & Pinena NAPOLI Specialty in Italian Dishes One Block From 4th of July Avenue Panama, R. De P. THE IOVANE BROS. CHEVROlET CHEVY \I BUICK OlDSMOBILE Courtesy of Prop CHEVELLE CORVAIR OPEL SMOOT AN D PAREDES, S. A. Panama Congratulations to the Class of 1966 Colon SMITTY-'43

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Courtesy of HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE HX Household E x change S.A Apa rt ado Postal 5241 Panama, R P ROMA JEWELERS Creates the Fashion in JewelryQuality, Elegance, and Convenient Prices Are Your Guarantee of Satisfaction ROMA JEWELERS Calle 55, EI Cangrejo (Facing the Tennis Courts of the Panama Hilton Hotel) MIAMI 99 .00 BOGOTO 60.00 LIMA 150.00 GUAYAQUIL I 10. 00 Round Trip (30 Days) SCHEDULE: 5 FLIGHTS TO MIAMI Tuesday .................... 1 :00 P .M. Wednesday ...... ........... 4 : 15 P.M. Friday ...................... I :00 P M Saturday ................... 4 :15 P M Sunday ..................... 1 :00 P M 3 FLIGHTS TO BOGOTO T uesday-Friday-Sunday 6 :30 AM. 2 FLIGHTS TO GUAYAQUIL AND LIMA Monday-Thursday ........ 5 :30 P .M. ONLY APA Offe r s You DC-7-B Service. Hot Meals. Drinks, 66 Ibs. of Baggage Consult Your Travel Agent o r Call FOR RESERVATIONS AEROVIAS PANAMA, S. A 185

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186 Refre s h Yourself With MALT A VIGOR Distribudora National S A. BAZAR IMPERIAL Principal Central Ave. 13-112 Telephones: 2-2475 2-2313 Extension Central Ave 15-77 Telephones 2-1466 THE WORLD'S FINEST CLOTHING Panama agents for Florsheim Shoes Box 1410 Panama, R.P. CURUNDU PHOTO SERVICE Daily Pick-Up, All PX's Central Lab CUrundu 5219 Fast Service and Top Quality Pictures Portrait-Wallet-Groups Copies-Photostats Photofinishing-Custom Framing LICENSE PIX WHILE U WAIT

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La Mar Modes "J" Street No. 1-132 Telephone 2 Panama, Rep of Panama Ladies cocktail, cotton dresses, overcoats, suits, skirts, blouses, sportwear and accessOries. All in latest styles and moderate prices. Compliments of ORCH I D CHAPTER NO. 1 O.E.S. FERN LEAF CHAPTER CANAL ZONE CREDIT UNION One of Pana ma's Best Advertisemen ts Is the "POLLERA" Get the Best in Quality Services and Prices-By Calling Curuniou 4204 187

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188 Courtesy of ZIG ZAG THE FINEST MATERIAL IN TOWN Phone: 2-2390 -" .. .. '\ -INTERNATIONAL HAIR STYLISTS Compliments of VOGUE SPECIALIZING IN COMPLETE LADIES SPORTSWEAR AND CLOTHING FOR ALL OCCASIONS Shop and Save at Exclusive Agents of WlllAT JET STREAM-5 MINUTE HAIR DRYER 4th of July Ave Telephone : PAnama 2-3469 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, WELBIL T, 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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Thinkinq of G i fts? I Then Think of -Danish Teakwood -Swedish Linens and Enamelware -CLOU "The Thinking Ashtray -CORKBOY Automatic Cork Remover -Stainles s Service -Copper and Brass Articles HENCO Panama's Newest and Most Original Gift Store Compliments of AGENCY "DICK" DEHLlNGER Automobile Insuranceand Financing HENCO Retail Div. of Cia Henriquez S A On Frangipani Avenue Near the Sta d ium. Telephone: 5 0308 Phone : 5 #43 Automobile Row CONGRATULATIONS From the Agents: Carlos Maduro, Carlos Alfaro, Peter Dehlinger, Paul Fidanque, Enrique Novella, Sam Scribner. Member of Florist Telegraph Delivery Association FREE BOOKLETS OF DESIGNS DISTRIBUTED FROM OUR Office on Galliard Highway-MORGAN' S GARDEN Say it With Flower s : 189

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190 -t< don't let it happen to you! Come in (od:.)' and find oue ho w litrle j e :J.ctu:t1ly costs to buy till the sterling you need. Budget payments arranged. JRJEJEID &. ::EAR.'JI'([J)N STERLING -so easy to own! CLASSIC fRANC IS AUTUMN TARA mercurlo (.: : ; :."::,'." JEW ELL E R S Courtesy of La Aurora Shoe Store Central AvenuePanama 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 o r Your Money Back. Shop a t Sears and Save Sears Ave Central ........... ... . 3 Los Angle s .................. 3-1730 Colon ........................ 7-1130 Open 8 :30 to 12:3a-2: 30 6 :00 P M Saturday Does Not Close

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eo"l1 jII .. i\ji II's a pleasure 10 move wllh CAIN BRO THERS I Packing Storage Crating Free Estimates P O. BOX 2001 BALBOA HEIGHTS, CANAL ZONE PHONES: 2-2973 BALBOA 82-4243 AMADOR F o r loca l o r long distance moving, Cain Brother s has the equipment and facilities to ser v e you better With their world w ide agent system, Cain Brothers ca n m ove you anywhere in the w orld, smoothly and efficiently. 191

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\ 192 Buy an Acre for the Price of a Lot ---------------FLORI DA LAND INVESTMENT CORP. For the finest r eti r e m e nt and i n v estment propertie s in the State of Florida Canaveral Acres ....... C anaveral Gro v es ...... . Palm Beach Ranchettes ........ Rainbow Acres ..... ... Tropican a Ranchettes ..... . Orange Blossom Hills. Mobile Hom e s ........ Key ... ..... Freeport Ridge. Gran Bahamas ........ Invest to-day for a happy future to-morrow ---------------Why not drop in and see us, our offices are next to Gran Morrison on 4th o f July Ave in the Attias Building. PHONE 2-4944 or 2-4866 or 2-4884 Box 7501, Panama, R de P E RAYMOND BUTTNER General Sales Manager FLORIDA LAND INVESTMENT CORP. HELEN'S IJNEN CENTER Galer i as, Panama C entral Avenue 1785 P. O. Box 316 1 Tel. 2-4728 Brenda's for Beauty .... Once yo u 've been t o Brenda' s It will alw ays be o n your agenda. Telephone 2-3377 Tivoli Guest House

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Compliments of Agencias W. H. Doel, S. A. Adler Distributors WORLD'S MOST FORGIVING" PORTABLE Telephone: 5 Ave. Nacional, Panama City When shopping let Almacen "ROMI" be your FIRST and LAST stop! WORLD RENOWNED COSMETICS BEST FRENCH PERFUMES FINEST QUALITY LADIES LINGERIE HAND EMBROIDERED LINEN TABLECLOTHS HAND CARVED & INLAID ORIENTAL FINE GOLD JEWELRY' PEARLS' WATCHES CAMERAS TRANSISTOR RADIOS ALMACEN 22-45 Ave. Central Plaza 5 de Mayo Calling BALBOA 4632 Will Get You Everywhere! Try it!! GORDON DALTON c Z. Sales Manager FIDANQUE TRAVEL SERVICE Frangipane Street, Panama (Across From National Stadium) 193

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194 Letterman's Club FirIl R o w : Steve Torian; Ander son Brown : L arry Quin: J o hn Rathgaber; L e s l e r Mallory ; Ric h H arri n gton Sec ond R ow,' Sieve Weiland; B o b Boukali s: Robert A s k ew ; Roscoc Crump: N o rri s Fu sse l ; J ohn T o m Pe scod: Jim Picker i ng: G:lry V a u cher. Thir d R o w: R on Beukema; $tC\'f' R oz ell e: J e ff H ibn e r ; Dick Brazin ski; B o b K err; Bob S w ea t : L o uis H u s ted ; Roy Wilson ; D o u g Artley ; B o b Evens; Bob Tahms; Ric h a r d Lloyd ; J o hn M oses Senior lettermen Officers Larry Quinn. alte r mlle sec r etary; J o hn pres i d e nt ; Lester Mall ory, alte rnat e vice p r eside nt

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VISIT OUR NEW SHOWROOMS ON THE TRANSISTHMIAN HIGHWAY COLPAN MOTORS Your Friendly Ford Dealer READY TO SERVE YOU 24 HOURS A DAY 195

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196 Credits The 1966 Zonian Staff wou ld like to extend its a pp reciatio n to the f ollow ing persons and organizatio ns whose contributions to this year's Zo"ian were of s u c h value and h e l p in pub lishing t h e yearbook. Mrs. Delia Altenberg Vicky Barr i s Melani e Cofer Mar gie Co hen Marsha C receliu s Cromos Laboratories Bethe Gaudy Kathe Gay l ord Sheryl Herrin g ton Martha Knott Markel Larkins Peter McBride Susan Morris Mr. J osep h Nort on Ph o tography Club Jim Picke rin g Pat Pratc h e tt Steve R ozze lle Marjie Sener Arnold Talbot Taylor Publishing Co mpany Virg inia Weiss Debbi e Wilder William Woods A special note o f thanks goes t o the concerns and organizations who se financial contributions made this yearbook possible.

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Aansloos Helen 78, 122, '23, 1 46 Adair, Carol 43, 140 143 Adai r Caron 43 Adamilis, Ann 78 Adams, Charles 59, 1 4 1 Adams, Donald 59 Aizourua, Marilza 99 Alarill;) Bella 59 Albritton, Wayne 43 'Aleman, Ricardo 43 Alfaro (a milo 68 AHaro E d u ardo 70 Alfaro, Fernando 43 1 39 Alga, M ile 43 Allen Ava 79 Ali en, RoberT 55 Allen, Jeffery 59 Allen, Matthew 68 AlmquisT Mary 79 Almstead Laine 4 3 Alvarado Adriana 79, 138 Alvarado Nicholas 4 3 Ales, Susan 78 1 3 2 136 Amburgey, Patricia 4 3 Anarnieri, linda 43 Anderson, Becky 43, 140, 1 43 Anderson Betty 78,120,121 127 And erson, Candace 78 1 30. 143 Anderson, Deborah 59 And erson, John 43, 55, 1 34 Anderson, Kathleen 43 Anderson, Miriam 79, 140, 143 Andrews, Donna 43 Andrews, Eric 79, 120 Andrews, Mary 59 Andrews, Mike 69 Andrichuk, Guy 43 Anguo ira, Velma 55 Appin, R icha rd 59 Arbau gh, Robert 79 Arenz Mar y 59 Arn ene, Peter 55 Arnold Carole 44 133 Arnold Diane 78 138 Arocho Maria 55 Artley Douglas 59, 159 Askew, Robert 78, 1 58 Askins Dorothy 55 Atkins Alcinda 78 Atk-inson F red 68 Allia Albert 78 Allia, Raymond 59 Atti a Sarita 78 Atwell Donald 44 A u stin Danie l 78 INDE X Ay ala, Carmen 44 Ayala Elba 59 Azrak, Marvin 59 8acot Adela 99 Bacot Richard 99 8a co t Robert 55 Baggo", Alice 59, 142 Baggott, Arthur 99 Baglien. lynn 78, 127 Bailey, Stephen 68 Balch, Barry 78 Balch Charles 5 9 Ballenger, Duncan 44 Baldwin, Bill 59 Bandy, Merd 59 Bannister, Michael 44 Barb, John 78, 141 Barkema, Jenny 78 Barne s, Vickie 44, 140 Barrett, Phyllis 59, 139,142 Barris, Vicky 78, 88, 128, 129 Barron, Judith 59 Bartlett, P a tr icia 78, 138, 143 Bartlett, Tom 44 Bartecchi Clara 6B 8asham, Nan cy 79 Bassan, Nessim 44 Bales John 55 Bauer A lice 68 Baue r John 68 8a ughman, John 68 Beardall Charles 79 120 Bearup, John 79 Bearup, Sandra 68 Bealo Ofelia 79, 135 137 1 42, 144 Beato, Roberlo 44 Beck, Waldo 68 Beech Brenda 44, 142 Beechner, E da 79 Beechner, Flo r i nda 79 Begley, Mary 55 Behrens, Car men 44 Belez M artha 44 Bell, D avid 68 B ell, Michael 79 Bell, S u san 99 B ell, Wanda 59 Bembenek D ian a 79 Ben itez, Eridia 79, 137 Berger, Roberta 79 B ernard, Bettie 59 Bernard, lester 44 Brassey, Wayne 80, 119 B r aswell, James Wesley 68 Braswell Marvin 99 8raswell Michael Kenwood 68 Braun, Paula 44, 136 Bremer, Maris Elena 61, 124 125 132 142 Brid, Carlos Eduardo 55 Brigadier John David BO, 127 Briggs, Julie Jeanne 44 Bright Richard Dean 61 BriSTOl, Clark Coburn 61 Britta i n Dora Mae 55 Brooks Arnold 44 Brooks James 8 0 Brooks Ric hard Thomas 61 Brooks, Shermane C. 61 Brown Anderson Boyd 99, 146 159 Brown Beverly I. 80, 127 Brown, Brenda Joyce 60 Brown, Catherine Carroll 44, 1 33 Brown, Christine Joann 45 Brown, Kelvin S 80, 135 Brown, Lorraine M 99 Brown, MarTha Marjea 60 Brown Ray Mahlon 45, 55 Brown e, Carol Anne 99 Bruland, Marie 70,119,121, 127 139,144 Bryant, Rebecca 60 Bryson, Jerry 45 Brzezinski Richard Dignam 60 Buckler, Cheryl Darlene 45 Bundy, Mar ianne Hua 80 Burch Karen 60 Burch, Thomas 99 Burk, Theresa D 80, 141 Burkman John W. 45 Burton Catherine Madeline 80 Bushover, Gary 80 Byrd, Austin J ames 81, 99 Byrd, Ronald Allen 55 Byrne, Michael Terrence 6 1 Bernhardt Dou glas 68 158 Bernhardt, Lori 44 Berryhill Cheryl 79, 133 Bertoli, louis 59, 137,140 B ertsch, Kenneth 44 Besaw, Aleta 55 Besaw, Kenneth 6B Bettis Mar i l yn 55 Belts Mary 44 Beukema, Ron 79 135 Beukema, Sue 44, 140 Beuzard, Bruce 44 B ezanson, Robert Brckerstaff, Patricia BO Bierbaum Raymond 59 Bierman, Zoe Ann 59, 138 Biggs, Cherie 80 8ingham, Paul 55 8issell, Sherry 44, 132, 133, 136 B issell, Stephen 80 B ittel, Edw ina 80, 130 Blake Douglas 59 Blumb e rg Alan 80, 119 Blumberg Michae l 55 Blumberg, Sandra 80, 137, 140 1 42 Boehning E laine 80 Boggs, Catharine 8 0 Boiler, William 80 Bollon, Mary 45 136 140 Boostrom Paul 45 Booth, P atricia 80, 1 33, 137, 141 Borden, Patricia 60 Borell, J ames 45 Borrero Andreas 68 Borrero, Nelson 80 Bos ley, Joseph 60 Boswell, Cindy 45 Boswell, Deanna 60 Botzenmayer David 45 Bolzenmayer Sharon 6 0 Bou,kalis, Cynthia 45, 140 Boukalis, Roberto 80, 119, 159 Bowen, James 60 Bowen Sandra 80 Bower Bonnie 45 1 35, 136,137 Boyd, Diane 61, 1 3 8 Boyer Robert 61, 142 Brady, George 55 Brady, James 71, 80, 119 ,127 Brady, Kathleen 61, 1 38, 141 Cabana, Jose 55 Caccavo, John Michael 45 Cain, Frank Gregory 61 Cain, John Franklin 81 Cain, Jomar Viveca 45 Callahan, Victoria Jo 44 Cama cho, Corrie Haydee 44 Ca macho, Eli u A. 55 Campagnani, Pedro 81 197

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198 Campbell C olleen Maria 44, 138 Campbell, Mar c Allen 55 Campi on Jerry Ann 81, 130 Campo C unthia June 44 C ampos, Ph illip 44 Can ham, Mabel Marie Catherine ., Cann ing, Douglas Strickland 61 Carey Cynthia 68 Cargle leland lee 45 Carlo Orlando Rafael 61 Carlson Jon Andrew 61 Carney John Francis 45 Carney Marie Jeannette 6 1 Carpenter, William Charles 61 Carpenter, William Daniel 81 Carrol Charles 8arret 81 Carrol, Mic ha e l Charles 55 Carrol. Ronald 81 Carter, Christopher Grant 45 Cartotto Christine Teresa 45 143 Cascan l e Gregory H ector 58, 60, 137 Case Theresa louise 45 Cashman Sue 45 Cassady linda 60 139 Cassibr y linda Kay 81.127 Cassibry, Wilton 55 Castillo Ana R 60 Caslro, Aleyda Beal riz 44 Calzoela, Frank 44 Calzoela Man uel 81 Chadwick. Mike Guy 44 Chambers, Richard Douglas 60 Cham bonnet, Judith Maria 81 Chance y James 60,134 Chandler. Patricia Jane 71, 81, 124 .125,127,141,144 Chandonnet, Gerard Fernand Chaney, Richard lee 81 Chappell Ronnie Lee 55 Charbonneau. John Fred 61 Chauer Michael 44 Chavez Joanne 99 Chavez Martha 82 Chavez, Michael 44 Chodakowski Ele na 61 Christmas Willi a m 55 Christofferson, Sleven 82 Chu Marcela 45 Chung Mario 61 Churchville Loui, 82, 137 Chur c hv ille. Victoria 42 45 C lark Claud i a 82, 137 C lark Delbert 61 Clark. Ja c quel y n 45 Clark, Anni e Lee 45, 122, 123 Clark, linda 4 5 Claybo urn e. SIeve 99 Claylo r Gloria 61 Cleveland Robert 61, 1 34 Clinlon, Calhy 82 Clouse, Elizabeth 61 Coc hran Susan 60 Cofer, Melanie 60. 129 138 Coffey Susan 60 Cohen Marjorie 82,116,127, 129 Cohen Patricia 45 Colclasure Marian 45 1 32, 133 13. Cole, John 68 Collins, Cristina 68 137, 140 Collins, Peggy 61 Collister, lorene 82, 140, 143 Conard Candace 44 Coneau, John 68 Connors Michael 44 Coogan Patricia 44 Cook, Carol y n 44 Cook, James F. 61, 159 Cookson Robert 44 Coombs, Craig 55 Coombs, Steve n 82 Coone, Susan 45 134 Cooper, Emilio 99 Corco, Miguel 82 Corrigan Mic hael 55 Co rl elloni Grant 55 Cortes, luis 55 Cournver Allen 82, 12 0 Cox Will i am H., 55 Cox, Yolanda, 45 Cra ddoc k Dais y lee, 61 53 Crai g, Kri st i n Pa g e 45 Crane James, 68, 134 Crawford Lorraine Reilko 61 Crawford Wallace 45 Crecelius Marsha A., 82 Creque, Alfred W ., 45 Creque, An i ta Pearle 82, 1 43 Crosby, Patricia E. 83, 122, 123 Crouch Ruth 83, 138 Crumley Richard Franklin, 45 Crump, Roscoe Ronald, 83, 159 Crush Rosemary, 83 Cruz Segarra Richard, 55 Cummings, Robert, 61 Curtin Erne s t Albert, 61,133 Dall o n Mary Ann 45 D a naran John, S5 D a r den, Twila, 46 Davi l a Henry 55 Day Maure e n Adele 46 d eAlb a Eduard o 46 139 D ea n Donald l es ter 4 6 D e an Fra n ces, 83. 127 1 3 9 Deav e r W i n ifre d A ., 71 .... S andra, 5 5 D ec k Ch arles R 68 D ec ker J o hn Tho m as, 46 139 Deemer Jean i n e larain e, 61 D ees, Jo h n W esley, 68 Dee s Ste ph e n G 46 D ejanon, M arisol, 8 3 d e la Gua r d ia, Diego Alowso, 46 d e la Guard ia, lil iana, 68 Dela P e na, James Andr e w 83 Delima V i lm a, 46 1 3 9 Demi n g, William 60 Demps ey, D a v i d 8 3 D e nn e r Ph yllis Gal e, 60 D e nny Dav i d Anthony 60 D e nn y, Rodger 8 3, 118 Denton loi s 60 1 40, 143 D e Piper, Valerie Alic i a, 46 D erre r Ga i l Ani ta 99 D errick R o b ert J a m es, 6 0 D erric k S har o n Teresa 46 Desl o ndes, Patri cia l., 99 D e t am or e, 8 a rb ara, 83 Deveau, Donna 46 1 40 D e veau Frank 61 D evi n e P atricia 46 Diaz Diov elis 46 Diaz Yadi r a 61 D iBlasi, lucia 83. 1 3 7 138 D iFro nz o, D iane 46 D illon Christ o pher 83 D i l lon, M ar k 4 7 Dishar o on J o hn 47 Dish o ng. 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