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ZONIAN
1979
Balboa,
Canal Zone
Volume 70


COVER DESIGNED BY:
Mark Moser
Nora Escobedo


ENDSHEET: Sunrise at Panama Bay.
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SENIORS
ACTIVITIES
ORGANIZATIONS
JUNIORS
SOPHOMORES
SPORTS
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Balboa High School . a school very
much like any high school one might find in
the U.S. The large student body has a broad
curriculum from which to choose. One can
study anything from vocational arts or
drama to computer programming. Many stu-
dents take part in extracurricular activities
and athletic events. Its students come from
a variety of backgrounds and cultures. Yet,
with so many diversities, Balboa High
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A canal like no other in the world, the Panama Canal is an engineering
marvel that has been operating since its opening more than 64 years ago.
The canal's convenient geographical location attracts ships from every
maritime nation. Day and night, rain or shine, the canal operates 365 days
a year without a pause. Ships of every conceivable type and size transit the
waters of the canal.
The Panama Canal's contribution to world commerce is a great one.


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The Causeway, originally called the Naos
Island Breakwater. was built in 1907 to divert a
strong current from the shallow mouth of the
Canal Waste material from Culebra Cut excava-
tion was used to form the 676 acres of land which
Ft. Amador and the Causeway now occupy The
Causeway was still incomplete when the Cut was
completed in 1913 so rock taken from Sosa Hill
and the Balboa drydock excavation was used to
finish the fill A total of 2.138.404 cubic yards of
material was used for its construction and it is 21/2
miles long
The Causeway saves thousands ol dollars in
dredging operations for the Panama Canal Com-
pany It maintains a dock for pilot launches and
an observation post for marine traffic control It
also plays an important role in the Canal s
defense And. of course, it is a favorite meeting
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Float won first prize in the Panama Carnival
Parade on February 9, 1937.
Styles and fashions may change, but peo-
ple always enloy parades. The 1978 Home-
coming Parade lifted everyone's spirits for
the game between the Red Machine and the
Bulldogs on October 20, 1978. The pre-
game activities included the introduction of
the queens and princesses, seen below get-
ting ready to lead the parade to the stadium
II was a year full of exciting activities. We
kicked off the school year with a fun-filled
ride to Cnstobal for the Jamboree. Then
came Homecoming Week Activities, ending
the week with the Homecoming Dance
December brought the Music Department's
Concerts and the Christmas Formal to put
everyone in the Christmas spirit With the
New Year came the Sadie Hawkins Dance.
the Prom. Senior Week. and last but not
least Graduation


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Tonya Adams





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Senior Princess: Cheryl Gogins
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Senior Princess: Berta Adauto
Escorted by: Chris Holt


Queen: Carolyn Bohn
Escorted by: Will Hall


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Sophomore Princess: Tracy Sheffield
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Senior Princess: Erica Stumvoll
Escorted by: Paul Williams


Senior Princess: Sandy Balzac
Escorted by: Mark Robinson


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Junior Princess: Michele Owen
Escorted by: Mark Powell


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Juan Osorno, Escort


Mari Wong, Queen


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Princess: Tamara Henry
Escort: Gino Wynter


Princess: Marissa Williams
Escort: Mario Haynes


Princess: Michelle Ward
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Junior Princess:
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CAST


Sylvia Barrett. .
Paul Barringer
Bea Schacter...
J. J McHabe ...
Sadie Finch ..
Charlotte Wolf
Dr. Bester ...
Ella Friedenberg
Frances Egan
Dr. Clarke
Ellen ....
Joe ..... ..
Alice .......
Linda ...
Harry
Charles ......
Carrie .......
Elizabeth .....
Rusty .. .....
Rachel ......
Lou .... .
Lennie .....
Jill .. ......
Laverne .....
Carole ....
Jose .........
Vivian .. ...
Helen .
Fran ...
Katherine ..


Catherine Ciepiela
....... Bill Daknis
........ Bettie Daknis
.. Buck Lightell
.... Clarita Smith
........ Susan Liang
..... ... Ted Corin
....... Loye Merwin
Arlene Hutnan
.. Dick Collver
.. ...Marie Hand
.. Harry Conley
Anita Payne
Kelly Leavy/Dalila Wolf
.... huck Hummer
..... John Rogers
..Elizabeth Brindley
.. Kim Broyles
Joe Gouard
.... Sherry Elliott
.. Mike Ferguson
Mark Elliott
.. Linda Brindley
.. Melinda Scott
... Anne Migala
... . .Jerry Baca
. Tina Tulipano
...Maureen Ferguson
.. Elena Thompson
.. ..... .Tina Longo


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THE COMBINED CHORUS


The Combined Chorus performed their traditional music
program, "Sing We Now of Christmas" on December 21,
1979. This being the decade performance, they had the priv-
ilege of being conducted by Harry Simeone, the composer
and arranger of the program.
The spring concert consisted of numerous selections of
both contemporary and classical music on April 5, 1979
under the direction of Mr. Thompson and Mrs. Wolff.






THE SELECT CHOR US


Under the direction of Mr. Thompson and Mrs. Wolff, the
Balboa High School Select Chorus performed twelve cho-
ruses from the Christmas portion of Handel's "Messiah" on
December 7, 1978.
For their Spring program, the Select Chorus presented Gil-
bert and Sullivan's "The Pirates of Penzance" on May 3, 4,
and 5.














































SYMPHONIC WIND ENSEMBLE


The Symphonic Wind Ensemble presented its Christmas
Concert on December 14, 1978, under the direction of Mr.
Thompson.
On April 26,1979, The Ensemble performed a wide variety
of music for their Spring Concert, again, under the direction
of Mr. Thompson.





















The B.H.S. Music Department


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It has always been natural for people with similar
interests and ideas to get together and lorm organi-
zations. This is a way in which those forming organi-
zations can learn about, and develop their own
ideas
B H.S has a great variety of clubs and organiza-
tions in which many students participate. There are
preprofessional, journalistic, musical, and athletic
organizations; clubs dedicated to learning about fine
arts. sciences, ethnic studies, and many others
These organizations provide many sources of
learning for students in addition to their classwork.
and help to promote the spirit o learning and unity in
our school.


ORGANIZATIONS