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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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CONTENTS


SENIORS
ACTIVITIES
ORGANIZATIONS
JUNIORS
SOPHOMORES
SPORTS
,THE EDUCATORS
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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
School is unique.










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two American continents. The community which
B.H.S. serves is unique as well. For no where else is
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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
A- place for high school students to relax and have
fun If there is one thing the Class of '79 will
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enjoyed. He says that this success
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Although it sometimes can be very
time-consuming, he enjoys under-
taking this special job.
The seniors of 1979 would like to
express their thanks to him for all
the time and help that he has given
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ACTIVITIES


The Panama Canal-Panama Railroad
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
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ting ready to lead the parade to the stadium
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ride to Cnstobal for the Jamboree. Then
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the week with the Homecoming Dance
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the Prom. Senior Week. and last but not
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Arlene Hutnan
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Kelly Leavy/Dalila Wolf
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Joe Gouard
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.. Mike Ferguson
Mark Elliott
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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,
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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
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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




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CONTENTS SENIORS ACTIVITIES ORGANIZATIONS JUNIORS SOPHOMORES SPORTS THE EDUCATORS CLOSING 10 78 102 136 159 180 210 236

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Balboa High School . a school ver y much like any high school one might find in the U S The large student body has a broad curriculum from which to c hoose 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 variet y of backgrounds and cultures Yet, with so many diversities, Balboa High School is unique BALBOA HIGH SCHOOL 1 In 110 j In 10 In" I1n IU un 10" In"" R I I 111 I U IU lID 11111 In -n ,., -1111 Iq III ':J 11111 III'. ., .. .. "," -,' -l II m

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S H S is different because it is located between a Cen tral American capital and a c anal that divides the t wo American con tinent s The community whic h S H S serves i s uniqu e as well. For no where else is there a Canal Zo ne 7

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A canal like no olher In the world Ihe Panama Canal IS an engineering marvel Ihal has been operaling Since its opemng 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 9

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...--------------------' ,----.., SENIORS -----------------------------------------------, ----------------10 The Causeway originally called the Naos Island Breakwater was buil t in 1907 to divert a str ong 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 stil l incomp l e t e when the C u t was completed in 1913, so rock taken from Sosa Hill and the Balboa drydock e x cavation was used to finish the fill. A total of 2,138,404 cubic yards of material was used for its constr u ction and it is 2 Y miles long The Causeway saves thousands of dollars in dredging operations for the Panama Canal Compan y It maint ains a dock f o r pilot l aunc hes a n d an observation post for marine traffic control. It also plays an important role in the Canal s defense And, of cou rse, it is a favorite meeting place for high schoo l s t ude nts to relax and have fun If there is one thing the Class of '79 will remember about its high school years it will be the Causewayl 11

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-, 1 --, '-I:' -, /, Mr. Lester Hutchinson ---'"' ..-----\':.!. 1 -, I '-,. '1 I. .1 '" iJ. -, ,--, -I;.! -, ,-, '. r SENIOR C L A SS SPON SOR For the pa s t three years, Mr Hutchin so n has sponsored the sen ior class He has worked closely with the seniors and has played an important r ole in the successful yea r which the C la ss of '79 has enjoyed H e says that this success is due to the good leadership and participation b y th e seniors Although it sometimes can be v ery time cons uming he enjoys under t aking thi s special job The seniors of 1979 would like to express their thanks to him f or all the tim e and help that he has given to them He has been a true help throughout the year. 13

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7 0 Mr. And Miss S.H.S. I I A 11 r L n 1f 111 Will Hall Carolyn Bohn I 1

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WITTIEST Mary Geraci Charlie Thrush -'-FRIEND LIEST Jon Brunson Debbie Bramlett SENIOR HALL OF FAME . 7 1

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MOST ATHLETIC Gino Wynter Marlene S n ave l y MOST TALENTED Donatd 8loemer OO/ima Baldwjn

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MOST V ERSATtl Erica StumvoU Kenny Morr. is I -MOS T SCHOOL SPIRITE D Chery l Gogins Robby White 73

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MOST INTELLECTUAL Sofia Tseng Ed Stein l I \ MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED Cathy Ciepela Ken Pierce

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ACTIVITIES 7 8 The Panama Canal Panama Railroad Float won first prize in the Panama Carnival Parade on February 9 1937 Styles and fashions may change but people always enjoy 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 It was a year full of e x citing activities We kicked off the school year with a fun-filled r i de to Cristobal for the Jamboree Then came Homecoming Week Activities ending the week with the Homecoming Dance December brought the Mus i c Department's Concerts and the Christmas Formal to put everyone i n the Christmas spirit. With the New Year came the Sadie Hawkins Dance the Prom Senior Week and last but not least Graduation 79

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82 Senior Princess : Cheryl Gogins Escorted by : Jeff Burba c h Junior Prin cess : Becky Harp Escorted by : David C audle Home- comIng Q ueen : C arol yn Bohn E scorted by: Will Hall Red Machine Sen i or Pr incess : Berta Adaulo Escorted b y : Chris Holt Sophomo re Princess : Trac y Sheffield Escorted by : Jim Cicero

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Senior Princess : Erica Stumvoll Escorted by : Paul WiUiams Junior Princess : Michele Owen Escorted by : Marl< Powell Court '78 Queen : Laura Hanson Escorted by: Kenny Morris Bulldogs Senior Princess : Sandy Balzac Escorted by : Mark RObinson Sophomore Pr i ncess : Ke lly Morns Escorted b y : J o hn Morris 83

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0./ .. '. Car olyn Boh n Terry Shellteld Maureen Ferguson Laura Hanson M arlene Snavel y Enca Stumvoll 87

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BAI LE DE CARNA VAL i ... r to Juan Osorno. Escort Mari Wong, Queen John Hidalgo Escort La SALSA del carnaval!!! Oueen Manlls c r o w ned 8 8

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90 Princess Cheryl Goglns Escort Mun son S leed Princess Mic h elle Ward Escort I J Elder AfroAmerican Club Dance Prin cess Tamara Henry Escort Gino Wynler Princess Mar issa Williams Escort : Mano Ha ynes

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92 Senior Princess Carolyn Bahn -- (' Semo r Princess : Maureen Ferguson j Senior Pr i ncess : Cheryl Gogins

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Senior Princess : Senior Princess : Junior Princess : Vivian Simonsson Marlene S navely Marcene Benard Junior Princess : Junior Princess : Ju nior Princess : Francesca D Anselmo Rebecca Harp B liss Morns 9 3

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Sylvia Barrett Paul Barringer Sea Schacter J J McHabe Sadie Finch Charlone Wolf Dr Besler Ella Fneoenberg Frances Egan Dr Clarke Ellen Joe Ahce linda Harry Charles Carne Ehzabeth Rusty Rachel Lou Lennie Jill Laverne Carole Jose VIVIan Helen Fran Katherine CAST Catherine Cleplela Sill Daknls Bettie Daknls Buck Llghtell Clarita Smith Susan Liang Ted Conn Loye Merwin Arlene Hutnan DiCk Collver Mafle Hand Harry Conley Anita Payne Kelly Leavy / Dalila Woll Chuck Hummer John Roge r s Ehzabeth Brind ley Kim Broyles Joe Goua r d Sherry Ethol! Mike Ferguson Mark Elhott Linda Brindley Melinda ScOIl Anne Migala Jerry 8aca Tina Tuhpano Maureen Ferguson Elena Thompson Tina Longo "Up the Down Stai rease" 95

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96 The Combined Chorus performed their traditional music program "Sing We Now of Christmas" on December 2t, 1979 This being the decade performance they had the priv ilege of being conducted Harry Simeone the composer and arranger of the program The spring concert consisted of numerous selections of both contemporary and c l assical music on April 5 1979 under the direction of Mr. Thompson and Mrs Wolff THE COMBINED CHORUS

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THE SELECT CHOR US Under the dir ectio n o f Mr. Thomp so n and Mrs Wolff the B a lb o a High Sch oo l Sel ec t C h orus p erforme d twelv e c ho r uses f r o m the C hrist mas p o r tio n o f H an d e l s M ess i a h o n Dec ember 7 1 978 F or the i r S pr ing pr og r a m th e Sel ec t C h o r u s p r esented G il bert and Sulliva n s "The Pirates o f Penza n ce o n May 3, 4 a nd 5 9 7

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J 9 8 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 variet y of music for their Spring Concert again, under the direction of Mr Thompson SYMPHONIC WIND ENSEMBLE

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ORGA NIZATIONS 100 It has always been natural for people with similar interests and ideas to get together and form organi zations This is a way in which those forming organi zations can learn about, and develope their own ideas S 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 of learning and unity in our school. 101

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102 1979 ZONIAN STAFF Edi t o r -tn-C h i ef VIvian Sim o nsson Senior Class E d i t or Cathy C lepela Assis tant llnda 5 m l lh Assistant Enca S lum vo U Assistant Donna Wlnkl os k y Aclll/l!leS Ed i tor Debbie Bramlett Assistant Chris t y Wal s h OrganlZallOnS E d ito r Lynn Cappon Assistant Alison Read Assis tant Arlen e R oman Assistant Marta Q U in ter o JUnior C lass Edito r C ella Ci epela Assistan t Marg a ret B l vm Assis tant Anita Payne Assistant Marianna Tanguy Sop h o more Cl a ss Ed it o r elll Friar A ssistant H e len Hur s t Assis tant Alic e MOrris A ssis tant Joanne Simo nsson S p o n s Editor S har o n Th ompso n Assistan t B o b Oakn l S Assis t ant Paul W illiam s Fac ult y Edi tor Don na Ba l d wi n Assis tant A n g l e Cotman Assis tant Bhss M orns ASSis tant J o anne Simo nsson Assis tant Taml S purlin Index E d i t o r J oanne Simo nss o n Assis t an t Bill Friar Assis t an t Keel y Joseph Assistan t Clay Wharry Copy Edi t o r Taml Spurlin Assis tant B e a Dunn Assis tant Bill Friar ArllSts N o r a Escobedo Mark M o ser Photography C h ie f Jeff Hattrl c k Assis tant Bill Wh ile Photographers C arlos C erez o J i m m y Chan Joe Cook B e t sy Gilli s Jell J oseph D a n n y Sallzman Sponsor M r Leonard Talburt V i V ia n S im onsson _LI. TAL.aIn' . --Mr Tatburt L 1 0 R L inda Smi th Donna Winkl osky. Eri c a Stumyoll. Cathy C lepela Chris t y Wal s h Debbie Braml ett

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STANDING Cella Clepela SITIING Marga ret BIVin, Marianna Tanguy Bill Friar Alice M or ris, Joanne Simonsson Helen Hurst Sharon Thompson Paul Williams Bob DaknlS Sea Dunn Taml Spurlin Bill Friar Lynn Cappon, Arlene Roman, Marta QUintero , -Angle Colman Taml Spurlin Donna Baldwin Bliss Moms Keel y Joseph C l ay Wharry Bill Friar Joanne Simo nsson 8111 While Charlie Cerezo Jefl Joseph Joe Cook Jimm y C ha n Betsy Gillis, Danny Saltzman 103

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ZONIA N BUSINESS STAFF Office r s L t o R E C a v azos. Trea s M Mus e O per a tion s C hief B Kearn y Sec B Rauld Pr es SEATED, L 1 0 R Z L ama. F O Anselmo, L R odnguez L Gor don J S a w n S TAND I N G L t o R R D ahlstro m B Kearn y B Raul d T Shell ieid E Cavazos. L V l a n l c h J F ugleburg M Thrailk i ll. M Muse 10.

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... -ISTHMIAN INKLINGS \ L to R A Broussard L Hoppe M Fergu so n 8 Horoda N Grace L to A S Vargas E Burdge P Saffold A Burdge 8 Dohrlng SEATED B Rauld STANDING. L to R M Muse C Wong M Ibanez M Wong V Kwal Ben 10 5

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106 STUDENT ASSOCIATION OFFICERS Jinny Jao liz Hoppe Bill Rauld Sop hia Tseng Marta Mitch e ll Zamira lama Finan cia l Secretary Filing Secretary Filing Secretary Preside nt Recording Secretary Vice Presid e nt

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SEATED, L to R. V Simonsson, C Cie piela J HaMrick, D Bramlett L Cappon QUILL AND SCROLL FRONT ROW, L to R C Ciepiela C Walsh D Baldwin T Spurlin M Muse BACK ROW: J Chan J Simonsso n B Friar B White 107

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NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY FRONT ROW, L 1 0 R R Archa bal B Rauld C Cerezo A Hutchinson C Balladares. T Lap koll G Meilado W Cal houn M Ibanez, J Jao, M Sarda S Tseng S Williams S Gingras. M Snave l y BACK ROW J Schumacher W Halt. J Haltnck J Burba ck. J K ilgore 108 GUlcers L to A C Cleplela P r es C Gar cia Vlce Pres M Fer guson Sec FRONT ROW, L to R J Ellington, K PerkinS L Hanson J Cox J Garcia K P i erce C Cleplda, M Wong, M Burdge 2nd ROW J Gregory E S t ein D B r amlett H Conley M Fergus o n C Garcia J Robles A Be 3rd ROW T Ramirez 0 Baldwin 8 BrindleY B Haroda

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Officers 0 Wlnklosky Pres, E Stumvoll Sec, M Wong Vice Pres FRONT ROW, L to R L Hanson M Sarda M Wallace J Garcia K Pierce M Fer guson BACK ROW, L to R S Helnlchen H Schumacher J Call, L Kelly J HaWick NATIONAL BIOLOGICAL HONOR SOCIETY FRONT ROW, L 1 0 R L Oglesby C Ormsbee A Payne, A Roman BACK ROW, L to R T Hanshaw E Burdge M McElroy M Ferguson F O An selmo R GrlmlSOn, P Saffold 109

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THESPIANS 110 Officers : L to R. A Payne Vice-pres.: L A Quast Pres ; K. Braye s Sec.: K O Masta Clerk KNEELING : A Payne K Broyles T Tul i pano C Ciapieta, D Bramlen, S Stair SECOND ROW : l. A Qua s t K Kecherson. C Giepieta, B Brind ley Mr Johnston THIRD ROW: K. O'Masta J Rog ers, J Fugleburg R. Oaknis M DuBois

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I \ -OffIcers : L to R. S Tseng. Sec ; C Cerezo Pres.; C C i epela. Vice Pres. SPANISH HONOR SOCIETY L to A.: J Cox, F Fabrigar S Tseng C Ciepela J Gregory C Ciepeta, M Burdge. A. Gombossy E Murphy A. Roman 2nd ROW L. to R.: L Cappon C Garc i a R. Archabal M Ferguson W Brock 3 r d ROW L. t o R.: H Conley N OquiSI O Kramer C Cerezo P Hurst M Schmidt M Muse P Saffold C Ormsbee M Iba n ez Vocal S Wenze l -Vocal l. Royo T reas. M B i rmin gham -Sec M M i t chell-Vice-Pres E. G u ardia Pres SPANISH CLUB OFFICERS 111

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112 SPANISH CLUB Seniors FRONT ROW L to A. M Ibaflez C Balladares. 0 Deboer E 8ell L Carlin J Garcia M FeiJoo 2nd ROW L 10 R M Wong S Tseng S Wenzel. L Calderon M Mitchell G Calderon B Molino Z Amador 3rd ROW l. to R B Rauld J Brown E Guardia T Lapkolf R Soto D H incapi e C Cerezo Juniors 151 ROW L t o A 0 Scoggins S Oglessby. S Heinchen,B Morns L BenJamin A Pereira L Royo M Quintero A Deason 2nd ROW l. to A. M Birmingham T Kourany Z Lama C Ormsbee B Cabeza S Fulton M McElroy L Callan, F O Anselmo A Roman M Wallace M Paxton 3rd ROW L to R A Rodnguez R. Miller R Calvo, A Guzman A Pasamanle P Hurst A Rodriguez 0 Kramer Sophomores 151 ROW, L to A. V Kawl-Ben 0 Haphen A Ibanez 0 Robles H Hurst A. Moms, B Gonzales 2nd ROW L TO R N Lawson M Cali an M Archuleta C Wong, M Fer nandez L Ruelas L Wallace A Aleek M Reyes L Gordon. 3 rd ROW L 1 0 R J EspoSitO, J Payne 0 lIeras, T Deason A. Royo TRussell, L Pierre

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Officers L t o R L Benjamin Pres. M Muse Vice-Pres L Baeza. Sec Z Lama Treas FRENCH CLU B SEATED. L to R J Sawn H Richardson D Baldwin E Murphy STANDING L t o R W M urphy D Gomez M Feljoo K Richey C Ormsbee J Lumley AFRO-AMERICAN CLUB FRONT ROW, L 10 R N Grace R Grlmlson T Henry 2nd ROW, L 10 R M Ward I Brunson M Wllhams, K Williams M S teed 3 rd ROW, L 10 R J Wilhams. G Williams V Sealy, C Martin D Scott A Springer M Springer C Goglns Officers L to R C Goglns Pres, V Sealy Vice-Pres, I Brunson Treas D Sco tl, Sec 113

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, -Officers l t o R M Marllnez Pres 0 Boyle Sec R Gibson Vice Pres, M Jablonski. Publicity FUTURE SECRETARIES ASSOCIATION SIDING, L t o R M Pascavage L Matros. A Roman, E Velez. M QUintero STA NDING L t o R 0 Boyles R Gibson S Williams M Jablonski o Alderm an T Garber W BrOCk. M Marl1nez, A Ehe, 0 Scarborough E Dolan M Mit chell 114

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HOMEMAKERS CLUB Office r s L t o R. N G ra ce, Pres M Owen, Treas : M S navely. Sec R. Harp H istOrian ART CLUB SEATED L to R T Spurlin M Snavely M Qumter o. A Roman STA NDING L to R. Mr s Barboni. M Owen R. Harp N Grace 0 Malin Mrs G i bson Offlcers L To R R Branager Pres S Rodnguez Sec, C Aees, Treas., M Smith Vice Pres S EATED L t o R R Branager M Blaise M Johnson V OPI C A Rai ney S Vargas. Y Schroeder, F Fabrega C Aees S Rodriguez E Rayburn C Grlmlson, R Calvo T Sanchez C Welch 115

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DRAMA CLUB Mr J o hnston Spo n s or : C Ciepleta Vice Pres. ; B Brindley Pres : A Payne Sec Bon O M R O W L t o A J T odd A B ur d ge E Burdge W Murphy C Morns, M Trailkill N Escobedo M Elliott A Kearney C Hummer N Hubbe l J Roge r s 2nd ROW, L to A l Shr ader P Saff old, M Vega 0 Bramlett W Calhoun C Walsh M Dunsworth M Wallace K Cahill P C uster L Gordon 3rd ROW, L t o A L Floyd C Walker L Brindley A Mlgala, S Tho mpson M B i vin T Larke K Matson V Perkin s J Lumley T Longo L A Quast. 4th ROW, L to A. A. D akn l s J C han C Cieplel a S S t air T Tullp an o. A Co nl e y J Sa c a M Hand M Ramirez M S krable B GilliS 0 Hall 5th ROW L. to R G Hoke K Broyles C Co llve r L. Duncan, A G ombossy, B M o r gan 0 M c G ov ern C H one, D Lombardi 8 Fnar. T Hughes 6th ROW, L t o R E C avazos L Benjamin R. B aumbac h T S purlin M Dav I s M D uB oIS, L C us t e r F W ood, B Gi llis D Hughes M Muse 7th ROW L to R R. Dahlstrom J Fugleburg C Branager, l. SmIth B Harn ngt o n V C arr oll. R T h r aIlkIll C Ly s t e r R GIb so n M Paxton 1 1 6

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Offi c ers L t o R J Hatln c k Pres B While Vi ce-Pres ; 0 Wlnkloskl Trea s M Ferguson Sec PHOTO CLUB SEATED L t o A M Ferguson M Solan S Gingras 2nd ROW S Thompson H Clals h P Cusler J Fuglebe r g J Chan P Williams E Slu mvOIi 3rd R O W R Dahlstrom E Burdge J Todd M Baldwln 8 White 117

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FILM-MAKER'S WORKSHOP SEATED. L t o R D Norlon K Blemlngs. Vice-P res. N Scott. Pres. E Guardia M Baldwin. R de La Fuente Mr LePage runs through a scene This yea r at Balboa High Sc hool we acquired ye t another new and exci t i ng organiz atio n called The Film M aker's Work s h o p The wo rk s hop 's aim was t o teac h the rudim ents o f fil mmaking t o intere s ted s tudent s Thi s yea r the wo rk s h o p 's pr ojec t was a 30 min 16 mm col o r a nd so und educational film entitled What Price Fear? The wo rkshop' s spo nsor is Mr Gera ld LePage L Smit h Sec, conf e r s wit h camera operat o r on scene 118

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COMPUTER CLUB A-Class SEATED, L to R 0 Johnson R English W Walda J Johnson STANDING L t o R T L opez, P r es J Saffold V Ca rr oll, G H o ke. J Schu macher Treas ; Mr Dragseth 8-Cla ss SEATED. L t o R M T seng M Ling, R Scheme naur J Brown G Payne T Psychoyos J Sch emenaur S Thompson N Lama S TANDING L to R P W i lliam s T C arlt on, M Thra i lkill J Wilson B Gauger. 0 N orton. E Stei n J Call, M M cEl r oy, 0 Cocanower. R Rodriguez 0 K ramer, S Connard T Hans haw C Richa rd son, F Harringt on C-Class SEATE D L t o R L Brindley M Fergu son, 0 Robles, A Sarda B Friar S Hecht T Hoever J Goodwin 0 H ines A M orns STANDING L t o R P Sallold. S Gingras S Tseng M Pax ton E Burdg e M B oguslawskl L BenJamin. M QUint ero C Or m sbee J Ha yward L Duncan B Rauld. J Todd, R De La Fuente T Spur l in J S t achow1ak 119

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PARA MED CLUB .. FRONT ROW, L t o R L Gordon A Baeza E Stumvon Vice-Pres W H all O Bramlett Pres 0 Ng M Burdge BACK ROW, L to R L Wallace V Garcia V Kwal -Ben, J Jao. M Wallace, A Pereira C O r msbee Sec, M Ferguson D Win klosky A Bu r dge E Burdge P Saffo l d 120

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ECOLOGY CLU B FRONT ROW L t o R G Sol a S Hecht C Walsh, Memb e rship Secretary S Oglesby R Baeza 2nd Row S Gallindo. M Burdge Pres, S Day J Jao. S Tseng 3 r d ROW J Todd 8 Harada E Burdge Vice-P res. A Burdge Unde r secreta r y M McElroy, N Holburn. S Emenck. B Frtar 4th ROW Mr Banaslck, Spon P Saffold. General Secretary. C Wharry The Balboa High Sch oo l Eco logy Club has been i n exis t ence since 1969 w h e n i t was founded b y science teacher Mr. John A Banasick The club 's pu rp ose is to preserve, protect and i mprove the earth 's e nvironm en t ; and to make o thers aware of the importance of eco l ogy This year the Ecol o g y Club takes specia l p ride in being one o f B a lboa High s most acti v e clubs The club has co mpleted nine majo r projects including Operation Blac k Doughnut w here they r e m ove d 116 sand f i lled tires and 16 bags o f tras h from the Amado r Causeway area The Ecology C lub s hould be proud to have co ntr ib uted their part to a better school communi ty, and wor ld ; and we h o pe the y conti nue doing so in the future . -.. ---.. -121

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CHESS, CHECKERS, AND BACKGAMMON CLUB FRONT ROW l 1 0 R. E Burdge V Pres.; A. Burdge S Hecht Sec : C Welch Mrs Ramirez BACK ROW L t o A. Miss Edwards M Hanano. P r es ; P Saffold T Alvarado 122 LIBRARY CLUB FRONT ROW L. 10 R. G Payne J Call J Brown Sec.: P Saffold Pres.; J Fallas R. Rodriguez E Stein VicePres BACK ROW L. to R E Burdge. A Burdge, O Norton, F Thomas J Schumacher S Sowell C Ormsbee, M McElroy M Burdge

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OUlcers L 1 0 R M Snavely. Pres. C Beck PI Reco rder L S herry. Sec G Brown Vice-Pres BOTTOM ROW. L 1 0 R B Gillis. R Baumbach M BIvin 2nd ROW. L 10 R L Benlamm. L Royo S Fullon. D Malin S Kelleher C Swanson 12. G.A.A. BonOM ROW. L 10 R A Broussard J Simons G Sanchez M Snavely S Gin gras 2nd ROW. L 10 R M Wallace 0 Terry S Morns J Garcia. N Grace L Redlern G Brown 3rd ROW. L 10 R M Sarda. M Paxlon M Birmingham M Jablonski, T Fabrega C Beck L Sherry. V Sealy. S Wllhams. C Goglns. R Gib son D Peterson. G Mellad o sonOM ROW. L 10 R B Gonzalez A Ateek J LeClelr K Matson M De Hoyos 2nd ROW. L to R M Fernandez M Reyes, M Carlin. P Pryor T Cotton H Hanson

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Offi c er s L to R C George Treas G Mel1ado Pres 0 R o bles, Vic e-Pres PEP CLUB 1st ROW G Mel1ado 2nd ROW, L t o R C George, 0 Robles 3 r d ROW, L t o R M Snav e ly I H uie G Marti nez 4th ROW L t o R J Sawn Z Del RIO, V Garcia M Innes 5th ROW L t o R A M orns M Fernande z L Gordon M Mitc hell M QUinte r o 6th ROW, L to R. A S arda E Bell, C Moore C A co s ta, L_ HUie 7 t h R O W L to R B G o nzalez M Rey e s T S hellie i d L Benjamin 125

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Gilda Garza C H E E R L E A D E R S Leonie Cnhdes Rebecca Harp 127

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, ) -, < .. D iana Russell ; ..... -' : .., C H E E R L Lee Nlcklsher E A 0 E -) R \ S Susan Tho mpson 129

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JU NIO R RES ERVE OFFICERS TRAINING CORPS Battalion Staff L t o R CSM J Garnsey, 5 4 C dt Cpt J Flores 51 Cdt C pt. A Elie, XO C dt Cp l S Pete r s CO Cdt. Mal P Rude shel m S3 Cd t Cpt W Wolda. S2 C dt. 151 L1 R Rcal S P O C dt C p t A Pnc e Asst. 53 Cdt. 151 Lt M Vega 130 Brigade Staff L to R CSM J Garnsey. CSM 8dg.: Cdt. Cpt. J Flores 54 Bdg. Cdt ltC E Cavazos CO. Bdg.; Cdt. Maj P Rudeshelm 53 Bdg

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151 Plat oon Commanded by SFC N MarquIs ALPHA COMPANY Headquarter s XO G Caddie CO G Payne Gdn 8 West 151 Sgl L Oglesby 2nd Platoon Commanded by SFC J Robles 131

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132 BRAVO COMPANY Headquarter s XO M Culbreath, CO M Fifer Gdn, A Au s tin 5g!. F Goe. 151 Platoon Commanded b y SSg C Garc I a 2nd Platoon Commanded by SSg!. N Lamas

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151 Pla toon Comma nded by S9t B CUln CHARLIE COMPANY Headquarters XO C McKean CO L Griggs G dn K Larsen 1 5 1 Sgl A Aldrete 2 nd P l atoon Commanded b y J Schum acher lJJ

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DRILL TEAMS Dnll Team Commanded by cow Brock Gdn 0 Gomez 1st ROW L 1 0 A J Ford M Webs t e r D Fisc hbach R Doug las 2nd ROW 0 Dyer, M Graham G Johnson 0 J ordan 3 rd ROW S Sands M T o mlin so n M Brown A Brown 1 3 Dnll Team Commanded by C O lsllt. J GarcIa Gdn A Tur ck 1st ROW, L to R. J Kilgore Y Herrera F Hodge 2nd ROW: J Flo r es E Roal P Custer M Rivera G Walers J Cook J Padmore 3 rd ROW' R. Will G Lapp A Hodge J Hal sey. O Matthews

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RANGER S Range r s Commanded by $g1 151 Class R Aldre t e FRONT ROW L to A. C Richards G M iskollSk l S Gillman R Aldrete S Douglas. BACK ROW 0 FaHey. J Robles A Austin G Payne 135

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--JUNIORS In the year 1914 before the official transit of the S S Ancon the tug Gatun entered Gatun locks ThiS was the tirst transit of Gatun locks after they were completed On A u gust 15 1914 the S S Ancon transited the Canal in its ent i rety officially opening the Panama Canal. Below the Queen Elizabeth /I is moving through Miraflores locks The Queen Elizabeth /I is the largest passenger ship to transit the Panama Canal. and on her recent visit broke the Canal's toll record by paying $68,499 This ship is 963 feet long and 105 feet w i de barely fitting into the 1 OOOx 11 a lock chambers 137

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19 I and Junior spirit continues to show! 80 139

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140 JR. CLASS OFFICERS Secretary Bliss Morris President Karen Belous Vice-President Linda Brindley

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" .. , t'" .... .. ... ::r. "" .. M' 142 Willia m Abresch linda Acles Chrtstlan Adauto FranCIS AgUIrre X lnlaAlu George Alberts Fel icia Alexander James Ame s William Anderson Br i tta Angermuller Stephen Appin Warre Q Archer l' Wi ham Asyn Angie Aus tin Cesa r Avila Paula Back Diane Baker Daniel Baldwin Carolyn Ballard Daniel Bally Paul Barbeau Wendy Bar comb Patricia Barons Stephe n Barrett Ruth Baumbach Richard Aldrete j John Baciocco Jose Badillo Elisa Baeza

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Kimber l y Be ard Mar ce tt e Ben a r d Linda Benjamin Rebecca Ben son Barbara Berest Tammy Blndrich Margarel Biv i n Gardinal Blades Crai g Boguslaw John Bokor Aurelio Bovell C laude Bo y d linda Branager Anna Briem linda Brindle y Wendy Broc k Hannah Broph y Gannela Brooks Demetrio Brown J avier Brown Lucreshia Brown Mar isa Brown Sharon Brown Terry Brown Gl enn Brownin g Kimberlee Br oyles Robert Brunner Ian Brunson Vincent BugeJa Xenia Bumgarn er 143

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Ertc Surd a thenne B u Stephen Burns B flglda Cabez8 Lynn CaHan Jose Calvo Y landa Campana John Carey Pamela Carneri Vtncem Carroll Cijr l os Castaner PhWip .. Juan Cazorla Roberto Cazorla Javie r Ceden EmllO Chandler Cecilia Clepiela Helen Claish Carlos Clark Argells Clarke Richard Clements Michael Cleveland Daniel CoUey Enc Cofley GlseleCole Angela Colman

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Nin a Co r son Jody De 5t Ge rmain J Elvia Col ona Kurt Col v i n Stephen Con n ar d Paul Conover Yvonne Cooper John COrrigan Do lores Cortes Michael Courtney Madehne Craft Linda Cruz Rogalio Daniel Ruben Daniel SilVia Daniel Francesca D'Anselmo S har on Dawson Douglas Day Giovanni Deabate Ronnie Deason Mane De Barnard Lorelei De La Ossa Michael Densmo r e Yvonne Deursch Carmen Dickens Ernest Dickens Tammy Dixon Shirley Dodd Suzanne Dola n 145

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146 Laslema Doss Roxanna Douglas Sidney Douglas Denise Dubois Sean Dunlap Lynn Dunn ing T odd Edwards G l enn Erhal! Jose Escalante Raymond Esquilin Oscar Evans Theodore Fahy David Fairey Joey Fallas Korbin Fearon Michael Ferguson Richard Fisk Miguel Flores Rogelio Flores Eddie Flud Roger Forbes Deborah Ford Jacqueline Ford Diana Foster Clara Franklin Dwayne Friday Jonathan Fug:eberg Sandra Fullc Silvia Galind o Evelyn Gallegos

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Arthur Gee C hartes Gordon Christopher Gordon Patr ick Gordon Joseph Gouard Slephanie Gr8\l81y Allen Gregory Guillermo Griff i th Lou i s Griffilh M ic h ele Gardill Richard Garret Rolando G arre t Shirley Garza Thomas Garza Mitchell Gaulden Charles Gerchow Paul Glantof'llo Edward Gilbert Christine Gillich BeIsy Gm.s Scott Gilman John Gindhart Sonia Ginens Karen Gleichman Mildred Glynn Thomas Gri mison WiUiamGu i nn Enrique Guz man 147

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148 Iclona GUZf!li George Hal, alvosa and IIr. ...... an n T Imothy Hanshaw Arthur Hardy Rebecca Harp James Harris RobIn Hattaway T homas Hayes Glenn Heath Susan Hech t Angel a Heinz Tama r a Henry p

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Greg ory HoldElr Gerald H one Hilbert o H oward Alejandr o Hoyte Richard Huer sch Theresa Hughes R'1'hard Hunt r Hurd Paul Hurst Norma Iglesias John Irvin Michael Jablonski carmen Jackman Niels Jensen Edwin Johns Kevin Johns Obie Joh n son Rick Jones Belinda Jordan Harry Jordan Hubert Jordan Richard Joyce -Kimberly Keche r son Bernard Kelle h er Susim Kelleher Francis Walter -

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.. 150 K oebel' David Koplin Barbara Kowal Oliver Kramer Kredel Yvonne Lampkin J ohn Lang r Kenneth Larsen t C elina lawrence Chrlstophe-, :!ifCoTm Donna 43lin Sheryl MaiOy Eulallo Manuel -.... >PC -.---,

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LUIS Manuel Orsulina Manuel Edward MarkowskI Conrado Martlz Dean Marvin Eddy Mala Laura Malteuci Gregorio Mayers Rolando Maynard Donna McDonald Marie Karen r Marcelo Mittf1el1 SIlllrry ViOia MilchQMl Scolty Miz...--Tranlinhhoa Modin! Emilie Monlouis AJphonso Marisa Bliss Morris ---151

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152 Omar Morris Louis Mroch Michael Mull Luena Mullins Denrse Murphy Wesley Murphy Robert Nagel Richard Nellis SUSiEln Nourse V_He Nurse Leanna Oglesby John O'Marr Deborah Pacla Ernesl Paiva Ruben Paredes Charles Parks Allredo Pasamante Mana Palaro

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... Jo5eJ'h Puryear Paul OuacheQ.bush L ynn QuasI Mana Qu i ntero Lawrence Rai ne y Michelle Ramirez

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, Jeannine Ruona Diana Russell Gary Russell Ina Russell DalysScott Melinda Scott Michael Scott _Seen Edward Roal Mark Robinson Phillip Robinson Andres Rodriguez Roland Rodnguez Joseph Rogers Ar1ene Roman Gregory Roper Noami Rosenberg Lourdes Royo Jason Rubino" Erin Ruona John Rydlund CarlSadowslci JoseSaez Curtis Sanders Anlhony Sarda Julio Salchell Debra Scarborough Thomas Schatzman Sandra Schauar ireya Schmidt Lawrence Shoenleber Mary Scoggin

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Orlando Scon ThomasScon Maren Seaquist MIchael Seitz Alan Shaw ValeneShaw Timmie Siravo Lawrence Smith Lisa Smith Mansol Smith Stephen Sonano Gregory Solo Marc Stempel Robby Stewart Denms Streeter Kenton Strickland Louis Sullivan Robin Sutherland Candace Swanson Lola T aitinglong Marianna Tanguy Rodrigo T ejeira Daphne T .rry John Theologos Samuel Sowell Amelia Springer Donald Steele Carol Stein Eter1a Thompson Lastenl8 Thompson Mary Thompson Robert Thompson 155

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, I John Walters ManhewWard Rafael Ward WiltiamWard Christopher Watson Brian Weber

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SOPHOMORES 158 These two photographs demonstrate the dramatic change that the Canal Zone has undergone The sophomore class of the 1979 school y ear came to Balboa with similar feelings of change First there was the age-old e x peri ence of entering a new school. Then there was a feeling of change in the whole community a new e x perience But in spite of everything the year was a typ ical sophomore year. The same fears and anxi eties the same happiness and foolishness the same goals and plans, and the same fight for equality with the upperclassmen The joys at recognition, and the frustration at defeat. 159

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160 O PHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS -PRESID ENT Helen Hurst ---- -" -.. VICE-PRESIDENT Lili Ruelas

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Frederick Abare Carrie Anderson Alicia Aulrand Kyle Barsness Cecilia Acosta Julia Archibold Jerry Saca Deborah Basmeson t-'atnck Adair Maria Archuleta Linda Baldwin Ricardo Bejarano Xavier Alberts Rogelio Arias Jr Wally Balzac Temple Bell \ \ Carlos Aldrete Mark Arms Patricia Barker Armond .Benson Anthony Americo Yolanda Arosemena Sarah Sa,e Jackie Best Josepn Anderer Adrian Ateek rer l I Andrew Barna ,..' Josepn Blackman 161

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1 62 Man a Blaise Kath y B r ad f o r d Xloma r a B r umley M e l a nie C arlin K i m Blem in g s Mark B r am w ell Thoma s B u dz ln s k y De xter Ca r lton Annett e Bl a ise Cynthia Bran a g e r J a so n B ull M anue l C arvallo R o meo B o ne William Brown Eugene Burch Aar o n Burdg e Kyong Callejas T o ny C asa s C alv i n B o nf o ur Mar i a C abrera C arlos Camoana John C a s per Katsu y a Boone Donna Caldwell Joseph Camobell John C atanzaro Mary B a rrel Melinda C allan Roberto C ardena s Helen Cavanaugh

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Mana C a vazos Jimmy Clingan Kerl COlvin Pam Cox Marcos Chandler Cindy Cobb Anne Conley Carla Craig KIm Chew John Cocanower Tom Connor Steven Crane JIm Church Karen Coffe y Rose Cook Leonie C ritides Brian Clark Richard Cole Wade Coombs Anna Crocamo ) '; &.: George Clearv Leona Collinge Priscilla Corea Kevin Croft Juan Clement Catherine Collver Tracy COMan Norberta Cruz I 1 63

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164 -, Jerry Curtis Conchita Davila Patty Davis Rafael De La Fuente Michael Denny Robert Dohring Leslie Custer Larry Davis Doug Dawson Patty Oelinois Eduardo Diaz Eddie Donohue Sally Oachi Mike Davis Troy Deason Zoe DelRio Paul Oinkel Mike Dubois Jacque Dampier Mike Davis Margie DeHoyos Tracy De Vall Michael Dobson Usa Duncan

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John Dunlap (. I Rory Egger Seo" Emerick Jose Esposito John Evans Marta Fernandez Mleko Dunworth Mark Elliot David Erhart Mary Ann EsqUlhn Richard Farley Y olanda Figueroa Mark Duran I Clara Ellis Elizabeth Escribano Angel a Estenoz Eric Fasset Doris Fischbach Joseph Dusek Gregg Ellis Gerry Espinoza Jenny Estnpeaut Vergll Faulkner Jesse Flores 165

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166 LUIS Flores Sandy Gaines Michele Gerchow -Arlene Gombossy Arlene Greer Mary Flores Monica Galindo LoUIs Garcia Carol Gesto Becky Gonzales Lorraine Gurnlen Joey Flud Carol Gallaway Veronica Garci a Betty Gonzales Peler GUlber t Mark Forbes Anthony Gallegos Erbie Garrell Tomas Gibson Jose G onzales Kim Gutierrez Joseph Franklin Alison Garber Gilda Garza Wilham Gibson Natalie Good Ondra Gwinn Tracy Franslsco Adolfo Garcia Brtan Geffre Jeff Gingras I Raul Haines 8<11 Fnar Alex GarCia Ceha George Aureho Gmens Uta Gordon Rory Hale

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Debbie Hall Sybil Harley Leona Hendley Eddie Hensley Richard Horne Ray Hughes Diana Halphen Betsy Harrington Dennis Hedlund Trlna Herring Mark Harada Isabel HUle r. \ Jon Halsey Fred Harrington Lynn Hegna Annabella Hevron LUIS Howard Anita Hunt Tom Halsey Joe Hams Donna Heinz Patricia Hinton Lynn Howes L i sa Hun t H olly Hanson Terry Hams Connie Hemm Angellto Hodge Angelia Hudson Helen Hurst Medo zeu Hara l u David Haythorn Gary Henderson Chns Hone Veronica Huffman Anahda Ibanez Brenda Harbarger Jennifer Hayward Paul Henderson I, I \ -l '" --...1 1 ,:...t Fred Hoppe Debbie Hughes Bernice Ingulll 167

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170 Migno n Innes Carnll Kelly Irene Kowal Eddie Jaynes Mike Kessler Dawn Krieger Wendy Johnson David Kinney Kirk Kunkel William Johnson Richard Kinsey Valerie KwaiBen Lucrecia Johnslon Phillip Kliebert Robin Laflerty Delia Jordan David Knick Noel Lama Billy Joyce Seo" Konnagan \ :LL Tammy Larke

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Manuel Larson Jes lillie Linda Magee Nurta Lawson David lIeras Ins Malave Paul Leavy Nell Lohr Roberto Mangravlta Hecior Lebron Raymond Lord CeCIlia Mar ceau Jill Leelelr Jessica Lumley Susan Marcum H orac e ling Cindy Lyster DaVid Mar shall Paul Linnemann Glona Maganlnl Regina Martinez 171

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172 Sin MaUhews Marcelle McLain DoriS Mendez Bnan Mayhue -..... Joan McNar r Billy Mason Jorge Melendez Connie Mlskovsk y Shawn Matros Debra M cNeil Lisa M cArthur Michele Melant Lor i M erritt I ,I

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Mana MUJlce Mik e O Marr E n ol Newkirk Tim O 'Man Kandy Moore Jim Nourse -John Pagel Valli Perkins Lee M orton Laune O'Connor Fran sisco Pages Elaine Peterson Diana Pasamante AuguSIO Perez John P ierce Enc Newton David Palzelt "' -II Mi chael N olan Willeen O Sullivan Jose Payne 173

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174 John Propst Thomas Ramirez Tom Relnmilier Mark RenZI Laura Rlnehar1 Laurence Pierre Carla Powell Marureen Risberg Connie P i n cus Cassandra Powell Manuel Rivera Roy Pine E r ic Powell '\ -Gwen Porter M a rco Prieto Raul Qu int ero Cynara Rees

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-Miguel Rivera Damarts Robles Fernando RUlz Clifford RobbinS Galtna Rodanlche Dennis Robinson ChrtSllna Sanchez Tom Russell Gilbert Sanchez Pamela Sanders L Iliana Ruelas Frank Russell Marta Sando 175

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1 76 Sandy Sands Bobby Schuaer Mark SeaquIst Usa Shrader -I Juan Santini Yvonne Schroeder Pat Selvev Pam Simmons Aileen Sarda Michael Schroer Tracy Sheflield Donal d Simons Susan Sass Osvaldo ScoggtnS Larry Shp.ppard Joanne Simonsson

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-Mark Skrable Yvonne Smit h Richard Stikeleather -Carmen Smith Monica Solari Blake Spurlin Chris S tawski Gary SmIth larry Solien Selena Stair I Denise S treeter Wilham Smith Fred Solis Peggy Staples linda S tudley

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178 Randy Summers Bonnie Thompson Sandy Thrush Oavld TriPP Ketl h Underwood Mlrla Vega Lin Sun Richard Thompson Adalia Ttnker Michele Trout Antla Urback Lourdes Veintemillas Jose Tailinglong S Ieve Thompson Randy Tinnin Michael Tseng ..... -0 Saul Vargas Linda Vela C raig Tallavall Susan Thompson Anl OnlO Tono Beverly Tucker Vicki Vargas Lynn VlaOich Relnmar Telelr a Robbin Thrailkill -Eddie Toston Ana Turck Ana Vassaux Roben Waldron t Leshe Wallace ....., Charles Watkins Cynthia Wilhams John Winklosky N Alu R Balhen E Benduranl K Cahill V Chlan C Coler Virginia Waller Greg Walts Gwen Wilhams Rodney Will Sally Yohros Juneann Ward Samuel Wheat Amy Woli l Lucas Zarak Renana Ward Richard White Manssa Willlams Carmen Wong Roberto Zerblnal l STUDENTS NOT PICTURED T Dallaire G Tunk J Grooms A Huddleston C Martin C Nieman S Nolde L Rodgers M Pierce E RodnQuez M OUinlero J Schemenaur R Raven M Schnelble E River a D Singlelon W Roach S Smllh Greg Waters Bill White Michael Wil1lams Frankie Wood R Soukup SWage L Wagner G Weechn M Yearwood 17 9

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SPORTS \80 Before the days of television and radio, Pan ama Canal workers and their families, like American families worldwide, found amuse ment in afternoon baseball games Here the All Star Soldiers and "The All Star Twilights" are lined up for a game at Balboa Stadium on February 22, t 918 Below is a tense moment for a Bulldog player at Balboa Stadium on February 6 1979 \8\

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BULLDOGS FRONT ROW : C Malcolm, K Wallers, M Seitz C Orvis A. While. M Zabrycki J Mel1ado T Psych oyos, G Payne A. Thompson C Parks O Stikeleather 2nd ROW : P Velez A Pasamante M Zabrycki, M Rob i nson 8 Walters M Lawrence R Rias 8 Weber J Q'Marr L She ppard G Rinehart T Ramirez J Propsh 3rd ROW : Coach Holland P Williams A Whitlock K Pierce P S mith K. Mead A Mart i z C Morgan R. Vazquez, J Morris M Urback K Morris R Panther G Wynter M Powell R Reyes, R. Weldon G While, T Sc hatzman T Ro scoe, B D Smith Coach Kennon Coach Magee 182 Paul Williams Mark Robinson Bulldog Team Captai n s Gino Wynter Kenny Morris

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1978-1979 Interscholastic trophi es were awarded to the Bulldogs for their victorio u s season Proudly displaying them are Bull dogs coac hes, S. Kennon E. Holland and J Magee 183

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RED MACH I NE Semors : FRONT ROW: W Barrere B DOOd, S A r chiniega C McKeen (Manage r), D Kelleher J Burback G Dunsmoor. 2nd ROW: K. Bars ness J Brunson R. Archabal M Buckley P Dooley K Fearon T Gallagher J Harp P Grooms J Cicero A. Dahlstrom TOP ROW: M Egger ( Manager) C Holt, C Beck G Griffith B Friedman D Caudle. W Hall, B Fahy, B Daknis. G Cor r igan H Conley P Lascala P Coffey Underclassmen : FRONT ROW: 8 Joyce J Hyder G Heath R. Barrett K Colvin r. Edwards J G i ngras K Fearon 2nd ROW: Coach F Bales. R Hun t T Fahy, A Benson S Dunlap K Boone J lrvin M Cicero. K Cr oft, D Hollowell Coach J Sweeney 3rd ROW: Coach V Mart i nez J Flud. A Hoyle R. Grim. son E Flud R. Flores M DuBois E Garren C Castaner W Kenna J Baciocco F Hoppe TOP ROW: T Ames, B Abresch G Hale, M Hutnan. M B r amwell D Knick F Kenna 185

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188 Girls Basketball TOP ROW, L R M Birmingham S Kelleher H Hanson K N ewbury M GeracI, A Sarda C Swan son BonOM ROW. L -R G Brow n C Beck L Sherry A Rivera

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190 RED MACHINE TOP ROW, L -R. O Fis her K Barsness G Caddie M F o rbes E Johnson P Hurd G Griffith R. Garza, J Dampier M Sarda ( Manager) BOTTOM R O W L.-R. R. Archabal R. Hensle y M Ginen M Buckle y C Clark P HurS1. P Hinman --

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DON T C HOKE" BULLDOGS TOP ROW L -R J C ampbell ( Manager ) R While G Wilson, C M organ M M organ. M Tomlinson. A Sealey A Sarda G Wynte r SOnOM ROW, LR G Sanchez, M Mull, N MarquIs, H Richardson ( M anager) G Vinal, E OrtiZ, N Grace (Manager) 193

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194 RED MACHINE BASEBALL TOP ROW L.-R. Coach Strom berg C Holt 8. Joyce. A. Haines O Coffey, J Cicero, J Brunson D Hodges K Fearon J Cazor l a F Ba l es ( Coac h ) SOnOM ROW S Arcmega, D Fisher, P Hurst. M Fipps J Burbach M Kessler M Buckley ( Managers ) J LeClai r H Hurst.

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PITCHING STAFF CHell N Kraemer M Kessler M FIpps 195

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196 BULLDOGS BASEBALL .-. -. ,. < . -, . . -' '. -.' :-": -..... TOP ROW L.-R. H Wolf C Thrush K Morr is, G Vinal. K. Waiters F Munn, J Sa flold. BonOM ROW: J Lang B. O 'S ullivan M Mull E Ortiz, C Orvis J Wallers ( Manag e r s) A. P o well D Winklosky T Adams

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-198 TOP ROW L. -R. Beverly Tucker, Mary Geraci Carolyn Beck BOnOM ROW L. -R. Jane Cox Shirley Williams E l a i n e Raybourn Jeanne Simons Girls Varsity Tennis .. -J ane Elaine ... and Beverly!!

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TENNIS 1 TEAM r .. L t o R.: Coac h Hoyte C M o rris. P Robin so n J Corrigan, A. S han J Sc huma c her. 201

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SWIM TEA M FRONT ROW L to R.: M Ferguson C C iepe l a V Vela N Co rson L Hoke J Cox BACK ROW L t o R.: M Ferguson J C lark C Wharry C Payne -----&.Z:'f: .. -... 203

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: e TEAM TOP ROW, L -R J Hallfl ck M Boguslawskl P Glynn R Gomez, T Ames J Halsey, G Grl lI llh S Arcl neg a S ECOND ROW' M Trailklll S Wilhams, M Snavely R Baumbach S Nelhs, G M ellado A AUSIin, K M orns M Sellz J Brunson, J 810lse FRONT ROW J Garcia G Caddie, 8 Fahy, F Thomas G Holder E Guzman E Coffey H Jo r dan L Schoenleber 205

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206 JUNIOR VARSITY ; I , ,;e I ., 'I i .... I "-,-, + -:Y' -.' FRONT ROW l. to R : M Yearwood P Pryor P Cox K M o rris, M Carlin T Cotton H Hanson 2nd ROW: R. Farley E. Gar r ett R. Miller J Catanzaro M. Skrable J Payne, G Espinosa M EUlot, J Mellado 3rd ROW: R. Dohring T Halse y T Budzinsky B Joyee R. Haines

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CHAMPS BULLDOGS FOOTBALL JAMBOREE WINNERS 17 white C H S 7 33 wh ite -RED 19 16 White -C l C 1 8 21 White -CHS. 0 4 2 Whit e -RED 0 15White-CLC.l0 20 PALM BOWL WINNE R S 14 w-l 208 7 1 I BULLDOGS BASKETBALL 81 White ,l.C 68 75 White C .tl. S 56 76 White -RED 69 52 White -C.l.C. 64 45 Whit e -C H.S. 70 Whit e -RED 76 w-l 3-3-DMACItJE C 13 19 RED While 33 22 RED C H S 21 19REo-34 THE OUT COME GIRL S BASKETBA LL C HAMP S 38 BHS. -C Z C 28 36 B H.S. C H S 45 32 B H.S. -CLG. 26 49 B H.S. C H S 48 wl 31 RED MACHINE BASKETBALL 42 REo-C. H .S. 53 71 RED-C. l C 79 67 RED While 76 60 RED-C. H S 59 63 RED -C Z C 76 76 RED White 63 w-l 2-4

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1 -S H S C H S 6 2 B H S C Z C . S .-5 -86-99 1-80-78-52 H S -8-4 -21 77-78 GUY'S TENNIS 5 B H S C H.S. 2 2 B H S C Z.C. 5 5 B H S C .HS. 2 3 B H S C H S 4 w-1 2-2 69-60-64 60-65-77 38-42-27 RED MACHINE 8-RED-C. H.S6 2-RED-While-4 4-RED-C. Z.C.-12 4-RED-C. H S .-1 4 -RED While 8 5-RED-C Z C .-0 11 -RED-C. H S -I 6-RED -While -13 1-RED-C Z C .-9 w-1 4-5 209

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210 .. '".' . .... ,.4 ... -i "'' u FACULTY -"-, -'------t -, I ..... ---0_-... - . -, -. -. .. ':'" .. _.' _oJ}. ....... .... ,z.....r., ..... 4;t-.-...... ---.'" ....,.---From a one room school house in Gor gona to many modern campuses through out the Canal Zone, education has come a long way since 1904 Stern methods of teaching in the past have given way to more modern and efficient ways of teaching. Though methods have changed over the years. the ultimate goal has remained the same: e xc ellence in education Because of this dedication to e xc ellence, the Canal Zone school system has become one of the best in e x istence With continued coopera tion between students faculty, and commu nity this system will produce citizens for the future 211

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212 SCHOOLS DIVISION ADMINISTRATION STAFF FRONT ROW L to A Stewart Brown. Onle Mason S hIrley Makibbin, David Speir, Marcela Diaz, Sue Rauld, DeWit! Myers. MIDDLE ROW L to R : Ross Anderson, Fred Spurlin, Lee Hunnicutt. Sharo n Shaw, AudleyWebsler Robert Dahlstrom, James Wolf TOP ROW L to R.: Charles Latimer, Rusell Annis, Michael Baker. J W Seaquist Stewart Brown ....... ......... ............... Coordinator Administration and Educationat Personnet Onie Mason ................................. Speciatist Reading Shirtey Makibbin ................. ............ Supervision o f tnstructi o n David Speir ................................. Superintendent Marceta Diaz ................................ Speciatist, Spanis h Sue Rauld .................................. Specialist Language Arts DeWitt Myers ................................ Specialist Science Ross Anderson .............................. Supervisor Physical Education and Athletic s Fred S purlin ................................. Management Support Coordinator L ee Hunnicutt ................. .............. Coordinator Data Pr ocess ing S har on Shaw ................................ Edu c ational Finance Officer Audley Webster .............................. As s istant to the Supe rintendent Specia l Projects R o bert Dahl s trom ............................. Assistant Supe rintendent Administration and Educational Personne l JamesWolf .... ........................ Assistant Supe rintendent Cu rri cu lum and In struction C harles Latimer . . ...................... Deputy Superin tendent Rusell Annis . . . . . .. ................... Director o f Curricu lum Michae l Baker ............................... Assi s t ant to the Supe rint endent Program Manager J W. Seaquist .................... Audio-Vi sual Supe r v i so r

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PR I NCIPAL DR W EUGENE BONDURANT Ph 0 Unrv of Norlh Carolina al Chape l HIli At Balboa Since 1962 Dr Bondurant enjOys reading sports and parllclpahon In MasoniC activities u u MR JOHN KNICK Asslslant Prlne.pallor Admmlstratlon Se r vice s M Ed Unlv of Virg inia At Balboa since 1958 Mr Knick enjOys fishing sk in diving and hunting BALBOA HIGH SCHOOL ADMINISTRATION I h MR TOM LEAVY Assistant Principal f o r Pupil Services M A Eastern Michigan Unlv Mr Leavy has been al Balboa Since 1 967 213

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214 Head Librarian retires after 28 years at BHS, Mrs Lane, Secretary, also retires with 20 years service Mis s Grace Rider was librarian al Balboa High School for twenty-eight years A dedicated person, Miss Rider has built a modern library that serves the academic need s o f students and faculty An active person Miss Rider will continue to be respected b y her many friends in her ret i r e ment. Mrs Priscilla Lane, H ig h Sch ool secre tar y for sixt een yea rs, r e tired this spring Efficient and ever pleasant, Mrs Lane always found time to help s tudents, faculty and administrators S he did five t asks at one time and gave her undivided altention t o each one, as though i t was the mo s t impo rtant of all. 'r I

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OFFICE STAFF __ ,,' ,..010_1>3' ... ".;.1>. BACK ROW L 10 R Mr Parchment Mrs lane, Mrs Zuota SEATED L 10 A Mrs Burgess. Mrs Ford 215

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i r r /' .11 r / J J 3 7 8 1 2 Mr Tom Ames ; N o rthea s tern S tate / M A T .; Algebra and General Math At Balboa s ince t 969 Mrs Ames enjoy s fis hing and working on old cars Mr Vincent Austin ; Southeastern Misso uri State Univ.lMAT. ; Chemistry Phy s iology Marine Science Para Med Club At Balboa since 1975 Mr Austin has a w i de v ariety o f interests ; sports c lassical guitar and natural history 3 Mrs Mar y Baca ; New Me xico Highlands Univ.l Masters ; Biolog y and Geometr y At Balboa since 1978 Mrs Baca enjoy s relaxing with her family on their finca 4 Mr. John Banasick ; Wes t Virginia Univ.lM .A.; Biolog y Driver 's Ed. E c ology Club USAF 4 Academy Liaison Coordinator At Balboa since 1961, Mr Banasick an a c tive person enjoys read ing, collecting old coins so ftball A F Reserve work and membership in the Scientific Society 5 Mrs Thais Barboni ; Puerto Ric o Un iv.l Masters ; Home Economics and Homemaker's Club At Balboa since 1978 Mrs Barbon i finds sewing cooking and playing guitar some o f her favorite thing s to do. 6 Mr Frank Basinger ; East Central S t ate College / Masters ; Engl is h II, Written Communications I A-V Assistant and Safety O ffi ce r Ad v isor. At Balboa since 1 969, Mr Bas inger collects coins and likes to playa good game o f Bridge 7 Mr David Beldus ; Indiana Univ.lM A T ; U S History and Ethnic S tudie s At Balboa since t 964 Mr. Beldu s is an avid runner who als o love s swimming b o ating and traveling 8 Mrs Ann Bennett ; Sou thern Illin ois Univ.l Masters ; English Mass Media and Forensics At Balboa since t972, Mrs Bennett has directed plays and a c ted i n severa l productions Br idge, reading tra veling and exploring new horizons" with her hu s band are her fav o r i t e things 217

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3 6 1. MSG J D Brock ; Saint Leo College / A s sociate of Arts ; ROTC At Balboa since 1976 MSG Brock has many interests including golf and racquetball. 2 Mr Fred Brown ; Univ of New Mexico / M A .; English I I American Lit., British Lit., and Junior Class Advisor At Balboa since 1958 Me. Brown is one who appreciates good literature and good humor He enjoys reading James Joyce s Finnegan s Wake when not involved in his other activities 3 Mr Calvin Bruer ; Univ of Wisconsin / Masters ; Metal Shop At Balboa since 1978 Mr Bruer is a bicycle enthusiast. 4 Me. Jack Camp ; Indiana Univ.lM A .; American Lit. Practical English Paperback Lit. Pep Club Sophomore C l ass Advisor At Balb o a since 1970 Me. Camp enjoys helping students and watching them develop mentally In his leisure time he reads trave l s and studies abroad 5 Mrs Consue l o Cappon ; Eastern Michigan Univ.lMasters ; Spanish I II, and National Honor Society At Balboa since 1964 Mrs Cappon l ikes reading knitting and gardening at home 6 Mr Ron Cappon ; Eastern Michigan Univ.l MA; U S History and Ham Radio Club At Balboa since 1962 Me. Cappon is an avid collector of pre-Co l ombian artifacts He i s als o very interested in fishing boating and operating his Ham Radio 219

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mill ........ 3 6 8 1 Mrs JoAnn Carr ; Univ of Alabama / M A.; Geomelry A I Balboa since 1968 Mrs Carr spends many of her leisure hours reading sewing and horseback riding 2 Mrs Lila Cheville ; Un iv of I ow a / Ph.D.; Physical Educalion and Cheerleaders AI 4 Balboa since 1971, Mrs Cheville finds reading and gardening Iwo v ery enjoyable aclivilies 3 Mr Dick Collver ; Colorado College of Education / M A.; Algebra II and Math Shop AI Balboa since 1962 Mr Collver enjoys Ihe theater classical music reading and fishing 4 SFC Cooper ; ROTC At Balboa since 1977 S F C Cooper enjo ys sports He participates in baseball football hunting baskelball and snow and water skiing 5 Mrs Sydney Corbett ; Univ o f Wisconsin / M S.; Paperback Lit .. Written Communications II, and Public Speaking At Balb oa since 1969 Mrs Corbett enjoys reading canoeing and singing in choir Involvement with yo uth theater productions keeps her busy dur ing summer vacation 6 Mr. Roger Dean ; Univ of Southern Flor i da / M A.; Auto Shop I and Woodworking I. At Balboa since 1978 Mr Dean likes 10 go to the beach 7 Mrs Ligia DeArmas ; Michigan State Univ./ M A.; Spanish III, III-S and Tutoring Program At Balboa since 1958 Mrs DeArmas is v ery actively invol ve d i n charity activities Writing music cooking, and counseling young people are some of her favorite interests 8 Mrs Winnie Deaver ; San Francisc o State College / M.A. ; Special Aids Future Teachers At Balboa since 1962 Mrs Deaver is invo l v ed in community service activit ies and enJoys reading 221

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4 7 1 Me. John Dekle ; Florida State Univ./MA; Written Co m munications I Art I and Teacher's lounge. At Balboa since 1963 Me. Dekle is a sportsman who fishes and hunts 2 Mrs Vivian DelaMater; Univ of Texas / M .Ed.; Shorthand I II, Personal Typing Future Secretaries Association Chairman of Business Education Dept. A t Ba l boa since 1950 M r s DelaMater spends some of he r spare time singing golling and traveling 3 Mrs Rosemary Denley ; Univ of Mississippi /MA; Mythology Creative Writing English II, Isthmian Inklings At Balboa since 1970 Mrs Denley is one who loves tennis bowling, swimming reading and having fun with her four sons 4 M r s Beatriz Diaz ; S t ate U n iv o f 10wa/ M A ; Spanish III I V Spanish Honor Socie t y At Ba l boa since 1961 Mrs Diaz swi m s sews reads and listens to music in her leisure hours 5 Me. Raymond Dragseth ; Univ of Portland /M.s.; Computer Programming Consumer Math and Computer Club At Balboa since 1973, Me. D r agseth enjoys chess stamps gar dening and weekends in E I Val le 6 Mrs Jayne Edwa rdS; Drexel Univ.lMasters ; Lib r ary Library Club Cheerleaders At Balboa since 1978 Mrs Edwards reads swims does needlework and macrame for rel a x ation 7 Mr Richard Eichel ; Stetso n Univ./Masters ; Art I II, IV, D r ivers Education Art C lub. At Balboa since 1971, M r Eichel spends a lot of time with the AF R eserve, in whic h he is a major He is a f r eel ance a r tist and enjoys travel with his wife and son 223

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1 M s J u lia nn e Gard ill; San Fra n cisco College for W om e n / M .A. ; E ngl is h II, W r i tten C o mmun ica t i o ns, Prac t ica l Englis h A t Bal boa since 1974 M s Gardill i s o n e w h o e nj oys travel g o lf swi mm i n g a n d a goo d sen se o f humor. 4 2 Mr s Darlene Gib so n ; Uni v of No rth ern Colorado / Mast e r s ; Ho m e Econo m i cs I I I III I V and Homemaker s Cl u b A t Balb oa sin c e 1976 Mrs G i b s on f i nd s ca mp i ng r ea d i ng sew ing and cocki ng relaxin g activities 3 Mr. Tom G i b so n ; Uni v o f N o rth ern Col o rad o / Ed. S.; Co un selo r A t Bal boa sin ce 197 3 Mr G i bs o n is one w h o alw a ys ha s t i m e f o r a friendl y smi le a n d helpful ad vic e 4 Mr Paul G o udi e ; Uni v of O k l a h o m a / M A.; Biolog y Introdu c t io n t o Ph ys i cal Scie n c e Nati o nal Bio l o g i c a l H o n o r Soc iet y A t Balb o a 5 since 1967 he enjo ys tra veli ng in the Un i ted States 5 Mr. Louis Had sock; Ge o rgia Southern College /Ed. S ; Consumer s Math Geo metry. At Balboa since 19 6 9 Mr Had soc k e nj oys reading and swimm i ng 6 Mr William Han s ha w ; Uni v o f A r izo na / M S.; Biology. At Balboa sin c e 1 9 6 3 Mr Han s h aw en joy s sport s i n t he f o rm o f f is hing a nd hunt i ng 7 Mis s Julia Hard i n ; Flor i d a S ta te Un iv.lM S.; Phy s i cal Edu ca t i on G irl's A thl e t ic Assoc iati o n Intramural sp orts A t Balb o a s in ce 1 9 5 8 M iss Hardin enjo ys g o lf and pla yi n g Br i dge 8 Mrs Shirle y Has eld e n ; Univ. o f Flo r i da / M .A. ; French I II, III. At Balb oa s i nce 195 8 Mr s Haselden enjo ys readi ng sw immin g tra v eling photography, and coo k i ng 9 Mrs Elsie Hay ot ; Columb i a Uni v.lM .A. ; Bas i c Communi c at io n s S kill s Eng l is h as a seco nd language Soph o m o r e C l ass Co-spo n so r A fr o American Club A t B a lb o a sin ce 1978 Mr s Hay o t enj oys t r aveling re ad ing and going t o the poel w ith h e r y oung dau g ht er. 7 225

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3 4 8 1 Mr Keller Heard ; Tex as A&M / M .Ed.; Drafting Mr. Heard has a varied background in both industry and education He enjoys fishing saili ng and building design He recently launched a Ferro-Cement sailb oat which he hopes to sail through Caribbean and Pacific waters. 2 S F C George Hicko x 3 Mr Ernie Holland ; Sam H ouston State Univ.l M A ; Head of BHS Physica l Education Dept. Bulldogs Coach At Balboa since 1973 Mr Holland enjoys fishing and hunting 4 Mr Floyd Holland ; Central Michigan State Univ.lM A.; Phy sics Physical S i cence Photo Club At Balboa since 1970 Mr Holland likes to collect antique tools and enjoys exploring the jungle in his four wheel dri v e 5 Mr Lester Hut chinson ; Arizona State Univ.l Masters ; Consumer s Math Introduction to Analysis Calculus Senio r Class Sponsor At Balboa since 1962, Mr. Hut chinson enjoys read ing and sports He has managed girl's softball teams in the past 6 Mr Richard Johnston ; Wayne State Uni v.l MAT.; Acting Dramatic Lit. American Lit. Public Speaking Drama Club Thespians At Balboa since 197 3 Mr. Johnston enjoys the theater reading and scuba diving 7 Mr. R ic hard King ; California State Univ./M A.; Counselor, co-sponsor of National Honor Society school accountant. At Balboa since 1973 Mr. King likes to fish tra vel, and work on photography He is also a Ham Radio operator 8 Mr s Mary Knapp ; Univ of Missouri / M A.; Folklore and Journalism Parakeet At Balboa since 1964 Mr s Knapp s hobbies include reading and writ i ng for publication She has co-authored a book on Folklore with her husband 227

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, 1 'I 1. Mrs Alice Lallm e r ; Pennsyl v ania S late Uni v.! M.A. ; Counse l or Tra n sac tional A nalysis AI Balboa since 1 963, Mr s L a timer enjoys tr aveling, cooking sewing and s ket c hing 2 Mr Gera ld Lepage ; Ca lil o rnia S tat e C ollege / M A ; Wor ld History, Inquiry and U S Histo ry, BHS Filmmaker 's Workshop At Balb o a s in c e 1 972 Mr LePage enjoys colle c ting antique s and producing edu c ational f i lms 3 Mr Don Lumley; North Tex a s State Uni v.! M S.; Geomet r y General Math C hess, Checke r s and Bac kgammon Club AI Balboa since 1974 Mr Lumley enjoy s r eading, s c uba diving and sailing He has s ailed t o man y parts of the Caribbean 4 Mr John J M agee ; Boston Univ.!Ed. M ; Physica l Education Assistant Bulldogs Coach for B aseba l l and Footba ll. At Bal boa since 1 978 Mr M agee e njoys a thlet ics good mus ic, reading a nd relaxing with hi s family 5 Mr. Larry Milam ; Cen tral S t ate Univ.!Maslers ; A lgebr a I A lg ebra I Part 2 and Algebra II. At Balboa since 1964 Mr. M ilam is one who enjoys lif e 6 Mr Daniel M i randa ; Un i v 0 1 the Americas Mex ico / M.A. ; Social Studies Spanish Consume r s Math Social Studie s Coord i nator bet ween P a n amamian and Latin American 4 Schools A I Balboa since 1978 Mr Miranda enjoys classical music anc i ent and modern theater watchi ng socce r gardening and Soc ial Science i n Ihe Parish For years he also taught L a t in in G uatamal a and San Sal vador 7 7 M r s Frances Morrissey ; Univ o f Mississippi / Mas ter s ; General Business, Typing I Pep C lub At Balboa s ince 197 1 Mrs Morrisse y like s to spend time with her daughters reading and doing arts and c rafts 229

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3 \ \ 1 4 7 1. Mrs Kathernine Murph y ; Flo r ida S tate Univ.1 M S.; Typing A t Balboa since 1963, Mrs Murphy studies art and enjoys taking care o f her birds at home 2 Me. Joe Norton; San Jose State /MA; U S History Economics Ame r ican Government Civil Council Elections Chairman ot Social S tudie s Dept. At Balboa since 1963 Mr N orto n i s active in the Pacific Civic Council and sports in c luding golf tennis racquetball, swimming diving and jogging 3. Mrs Elvira O Ca liagh an ; Columbia Univ.lMA; Spanish Spanish C lub At Balboa since 1 969 Mrs O 'C aliaghan likes to read and write p oet ry 4 Mr Sam Ognibene ; Univ of Miami / M .Ed. ; Consumer's Math and A lg ebra II. At Balb oa since 1969 Me. Ognibene likes to travel read and play bridge 5 Mr Cleve Oliver; Univ o t 10wa/MA; Physica l Education Basketball Track and Girl s Tennis A t Balboa since 1968 Mr Olive r is be s t known as "Coach Oliver a round campus 6 Mrs Vera Perry ; Indiana Univ.lMas ter s ; U S History and Comparati v e Political Syste ms. At Balboa since 1958 Mrs Perry is o ne who is always there to help s tudent s when they need it. 7 Mrs Deanna Petersen ; Columbia Univ.lM.A.; Intr oduction to Analy sis, Algebra I part 2 At Balboa since 1978 Mrs Petersen find s sc uba div ing tennis sewing and pla y ing alto sax ve r y enjoyable but she enjoys being the mother o f three children the most enjoyable o f all. 231

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10. 1 3 11 1 4 1 Miss Doroth y Piper; Syracuse Univ.lM S.; T y ping ZO N/AN Bu siness Staff. At Balboa since 1978 Miss Piper likes to r ead listen to musi c and enjoys g oing on tour s 2 M r s Thelm a Quintero 3 Mr. Jose Ramire z : Uni v of Southern Cali f o rnia I M.A. ; Bo o kkeepi ng Typing a n d Audio-Vis ual. Mr Rami rez has been here at Balbo a s ince 1969 4 Mr s Luci a Ramirez; Univ o f Southern California l M S LS; Library At Balboa sin ce 196 9 Mr s Ramirez works with the Librar y Club, and enj oys bike riding and swimmi n g in her s pare time 5 Mrs Thelma Robolledo; Uni v o f Panama l B S.; Intramur a l s Physical Educati o n Racquetball tenni s table tenni s badminton and v olle y ball. A t Balboa since 1 978 Mr s Rebolledo enjoys swi mming Volleyball and keeping plant s 6 Mr Pasotr Sanchez 7 Mrs Kathleen Sea r s ; Appa l achian S tat e Univ.lPhysical Education Girl's Athletic Association Var s it y Basketball Swim m i ng J V Track At Balb oa since 1975 Mr s Sears enjo ys s pending time with her f a m ily doing arts and c rafts and playi ng all s port s 8 Mr Richard S mith ; Trent o n State College / B S.; Meta l s II, Auto Shop At Balboa since 1 97 1 Mr Smith enjoys fishing and playing with old cars 9 Mr. AI Sprague ; American Univ.lM.A. ; Art I II. At Balboa since 1969 Mr. S prague is a very well-known and talented artist l ocally H i s art work is seen on Canal Zone s tamp s Diving is another in tere s t he ha s 1 0 Mrs Sprague ; Penn State / M .Ed.; Remedial Reading English At Bal b oa since 1978, Mrs Sprague enjoyS' r ead i ng and planning exhibitions of art w o rk 11. Mr Russell S tromberg ; East Texas S tate Uni v.lMaster s ; Physical Edu ca t io n Var sity Baseball Intramural Acti vit i es 12 Miss Donna Stuebe ; Indiana S tate Univ.l M.A. ; Counse l or Mis s Stuebe has been at Balboa since 1954 s he en joys rea ding and jogging 13 Mr. Jame s Sweeney ; Azusa Pacifi c College / Master s ; World Histo r y Beha vioral Scienc e and Anthr opology Head Coach Red Machine F ootball Team Boy s Swimming team Coach Intramurals At Balboa sin c e 197 2 Mr Sweene y enjoys s ports and spending t i m e with his wif e and four c hildren 14. Mr. Leonard Talburt ; Steph en F Austin Uni v.lM A.: M ythol ogy Writin g ZONIAN Sponsor. At B alb oa sin ce 1 967 Mr Talburt enjo ys ro am ing the jungle in his Land Rover and Target shooti ng An inveter a t e roman tic Mr Talburt r ead s adventur e myth o l ogica l and h istori cal 233 liter a tur e

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10 11 12 .L 13. 1 Mr Bruce T hale ; N o rthern illinoIs Univ.lM S .Ed.; Chemistry S t uden t As s ocia t ion Advisor At Balboa s ince 1 97 t Mr ThaleenJ oys compu t e r s and photograph y and coac he s Farm Leag u e baseball 2 Mr Bert Tho mpson ; Univ of Tenn esse e / M S ; Mu sic MUSIC Act ivities A I Balb oa s in ce t 965 Mr Thompson enjoys golf bridge and fishing 3 Mr Hank Thompso n ; M emp h is S t a t e Univ./M A ; Co unse l or. At Balboa since t 969 Mr Thompson e nJoys H am R adio, Pho t o graphy a n d being a t home in the Ozarks 4 Mr Ca r los Vaz; Univ o f Denver / M A., M .Ed. ; S p a n ish and Spanish Lite r at ure. A t Bal boa since 1 96 7 M r Vaz wo r ks with the Advanced Placemen t P r ogram ( Spanish ) and is Chai r pe r son of t he Foreign La n guages de pt H e enjoys mUSIC, books travel and r es t i n g a t the beac h 5 Mr R J V id a urri ; Okla h oma Univ.l M A ; Worl d His t o ry, Voice o f De m oc r acy Con t es t A t Balb oa since 1968 Mr Vid aurri e n joys t r ave l ing thr oug h Panama EI Valle, an d t he inte r ior and he a l so likes ph o togr aphy 6 Mr Charles Wal l ; U niv. of Arkansas / M A ; Resear ch W r i r i n g Wo r ld L i t., E n glis h II. At B a lboa since 1 963, Mr. Wall enjoys b ird watc h i n g and t e nd i n g his ga r de n 7 Mr s Sally Weave r 8 M a j o r Donald Wes t ; N or t h Texas S t ate Univ.lB A.; ROTC At Balboa since 1978 Majo r Wes t enjoys r eading assi s t ing wit h fraterna l and civic projec ts, t rave l ing, spending t ime wit h his f a m ily a nd tinke r ing wit h home Improveme n ts and wit h his ca r 9 Mr G iff o r d Wilde ; Ca lif ornia Stat e U niv.lMA; Atten d ance Counselor A t Bal b oa since 1961, Mr Wilde e n joys t ennis g r ade n ing and going to h i S ho m e a t the beac h t o Mr s Lorree Wilke rson ; Univ of Flo r ida / M A ; Beh avio r a l SCience Anth r opology, M odern Geog r ap h y Mrs. Wilkerson has been at Bal boa sin ce 1969 11. M r Jack Willoughby; Midd l e Tennessee State Univ.lMAT.; Woodworking I II. Mr Willoughby has been at Balboa since 1 9 7 t. 1 2 Mrs Bonnie Wol f ; Stat e Olaf College / B A.; Inst r umental and Vocal mUSI C At Balboa since 1 976, Mr s Wol f e n joys sWimm ing 13. M r s Young ; Co l umbia Univ./ MA; Phys i cal Educa t ion Vol leyba l l Coach I ntramurals A t Balboa since 196 3 Mr s Young enfoys gardening and cooking 235

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CLO S ING 236 Balboa, Canal Zone, a town of many changes As she SitS by the mouth of the canal and watches the ships grow from small steam ers to giant carriers, Balboa has also grown The changes are evident as one can see from the picture at right which was taken in June 1915 The beautiful palm trees of EI Prado were recently planted, and the houses were barely a year o l d having been built in 1914 The newly constructed Adminis t ration Building dom i nates the background Below is a recent view of Balboa The growth of the EI Prado palms IS very symbolic of the g r owth of our community from the era of the const r uction of the cana l to t he present day 237

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238 ALMACENY JUGUETERIA ELI DEAL debajo del hotel IDEAL Tel. 62-6435 Panama Rep De Panama Aptdo Posta. 512 Zona 9-4 Nobody Keeps Things Moving Like "Sea Land" SEA-LAND SERVICE, INC. Agent, Ocean Trucking Corp_ P ier Street 60, Balboa Via Espana 120 Panama Tel. 52-2338 23-4655 ANCON ASSEMBLY NO.3 ORDER OF THE RAINBOW Congratulations to the Class of 1979 PICCOLO Distincion Masculina CONGRATULATES THE GRADUATES

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ORIG INAL FINE J E W ELR Y PER l A S CUl TIV ADA S t .A. Apartado 5345 P anama 5 R epublica de P anama Edificio MONTECA RLO Cab l e : REICO P ANAMA Ca ll e 55 EI C ang r ejo T ele x : ELPAN 3 4 8 4 1 09 Allad o de l H o t el EI P ana m a T EL S 69-2728 69-2759 GENUINE CULTURED PEARLS PRECIOUS STONE JEWELRY GOLD JEWELRY SILVER JEWELRY We Speak Japanese English & Span ish un mundo de regalos al alcance de usted ... PACIFIC SADD L E CL UB THE CLUB THAT HAS THAT FRIENDLY FAMIL Y ATMOSPHERE CONGRATULATIONS TO THE MEMBERS OF THE CLASS OF 1979 M ABE LS BEAUTY SH OP IN TERNA TlON AL H AIR DESIGNERS" 239

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2.0 El PINCEl, S.A. .. casi de todo para el artista" INTERGRAPHIC INC. E x clusively Graphic Arts Suppliers to Central America and Panama TEeN 11RAF, S. A EL COPION Centro de allnstante

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1978-1979 CARL E BRITION President JORGE A. NEGRON 1 st Vice-President ROBERT U SCHUL Tl 2nd Vice-President ARTHUR NORIEGA 3rd Vice-Pre side n t MELVIN C. PAXTON Secretary THOMAS ESTER RICH Treasurer BRENDAN M BRENNAN Lion-Tamer JOHN DAILY Tailtwister WILLIAM J BRIGHT JR. Junior GLEN T. WILLIAMS CHARLES ST. JOHN Director 2 Years LOUIS H. DE ARMAS JOHN DIAl Directors 1 Year ARTHUR J KERR Immediate Past President BALBOA LIONS CLUB District 0-1 Our 26th Year in Service to the Community Box 964 Balboa Canal Zone The members of the Balboa Lions Club take this opportunity to e x press our gratitude to t he Canal Zone Community for the generous and e xc ellent sup port you have provided us in the past and which we are sure will continue With yo ur generous support we have been able to restore faith and hope in many less fortunate people in and around o ur comm unit y We also take this opportunity to congratulate the graduating class of 1979 and wish you luck in your future endeavors Many thanks Members of the Balboa Lions Club Meets every Thursda y 7 p m Quar ry Hei ghts Officers Club LION ISM, THE KEY TO INTERNATIONAL BROTHERHOOD 2'1

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242 Congratulations and Best Wishes From BPO ELKS LODGE #1414 BPO Elks Lodge # 1414 has awarded more than $36,000 in scholarships to Balboa High School students during the past 11 years. BPO Elks Lodge # 1414 will award more than $4,000 in scholarships to Balboa High School students this school year.

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CONGRATULATIONS TOTHE GRADUATING CLASS OF 1979 FROM THE PANAMA CANAL PILOTS <: < S c.. (/) 243

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campus life Congratulates each member of this year s graduation class on your personal accomplishments and wishes you success in the arena of life Because we believe that true success is better characterized by inner peace joy and happiness than by fame, wealth or other achievements we wish to pOint you to Jesus Christ God's Son who invites you to find and develop that peace joy, and happiness in Him Panama Youth For Christ Bo x 387 Balboa, CZ

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CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF 79 FROM EQUIPOS CARl BE, SA Latin America Representatives for BIL-JAX INC. EGaN/aMY FORMS GORP Tubular Steel Scaffolding & Accessories *Shoring *Buck Hoists *Bleachers *Steel Forms for Concrete Construction *Plate Girders *Handset EFCOS I LA SORPRESA I PANAMAR.P. CROSSROA DS BIBLE CHURC H at th. e Pan ama Canal GAILLARD HIGHWAY AT R Y BICKI ROAD Telephone 52-6480 :vngratulations From Your Friends At the Crossroads Bible Church REPROSA Edifici o "Eden C Ave. 2 Sur (CUe Samuel Levois) Phone : 690 457 Congratulations to the Class of 78 AUTHENTIC REPRODUCTIONS O F PRE-COLUMBIAN ARTIFACTS HANDCRAFTED IN OUR OWN WORKS HOP IN PANAMA HUACA JEWELRY I N KARAT GOLD GOLD PLATE AND STERLING S ILVER. V ISIT US T O SEE OUR COLLECTION IDEAL GIFTS FOR EVERYONE. Apartado 686 Panama 9A R P 245

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246 STEVENSON & ASSOCIATES INSURANCE L Best Wishes to the Graduating Class of 1979 Davis S t evenso n NORIT AKE CHINA WARE BRIDE S # 1 G uid e t o th e P e r f e c t Weddin g NORITAKE CO. LIMITED PANAMA BRANCH Call e 50 Edifi c io F i d anq u e # 1 05-1 07 ( Fr e n t e a l Teatro Univ ersa l ) Ciu d ad de P a nama Phon e 64 -92 47 "Best Wishes to the Class of '79 TIVOLI TRAVEL AGENCY CARLOS DE JANON II I General M anage r We're Just Across the Street! at # 8 TIVOLI AVE. (Pres. Kennedy) 62-0445 Telephones 62-0353

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II IBIRI CALIDON I A 130 CALIDONIA 26-29 TEL 62-4865 TEL. 25-6088 CALZADOS PARA DAMAS CABALLEROS NINAS NINOS Y BEBES CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF 79 FROM BALBOA ASSEMBLY #1 INTERNATIONAL ORDER OF RAINBOW FOR GIRLS ARTE HIND U 4th of July Ave 1 8 -26 P O Box 5 4 9 4 Panama 3 R P Tel 62-0467 Res 62-188 4 BAZA R ORIENTAL Calle J 7-71 PO Box 5 494 Panama 3, RP. Tel. 6 2 -1169 Res. 62-1884 Hand Carved O riental Furn i ture : Hand Emb. Tablecloths: Perfume s : B rass and Marble Lamp Bases : French Style Telephone : Porcelain Ware and All Kinds of Handicraft Items Ouality Price Service A udi o F o t o Int e rna c i o nal Cam era s and Projectors Hi-F i The Simplest Camera in the Wo rld Polaroid Avenida Cen tral 149 Tel. 62-1333 H o tel EI Panama Tel. 23-0199 Congratulations to the Class of 1978 247

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248 Courtesy of REY SUPERMARKETS P a n a m a a n d Co l o n THE S HO WC A S E FOR QUALIT Y GIFT S T h is l ove l y an d original giftw ar e s h o p l oc at e d at B l dg 850, Albrook Air F o r ce S t a t io n o f f e r s t he pub l ic a wid e varie t y o f gifts from w h ic h 1 0 c h oose The de c oratio n s and a lmos pher e o f The Lem o n Tr ee ma k e s it a joy t o br o w s e amo n gs t a wide s e l ec t io n o f gifts fr o m the f o u r corne r s o f t he wo r ld C r yst a l a n d p o r ce l a i n from le a d i ng Europ e a n c r afts m e n ; m o b iles l e ath e r b a gs, r ug s o f v a r ious leat h e r an d fur s ; d eco r ative l a mps, antiq u e d mirr o r s a n d plan t e r s fro m the tale n ted a rtisan s o f L atin Ame r i c a ; plu s a f ine di s p l a y o f lin en and elega nl g o ld and sil ve r j ewel r y are j ust so me o f the carefully c h ose n g ift l i ne s awai t ing y ou at "The L e m o n T r ee". We ar e o p e n f ro m 1 000 until t 700 h o urs, M o n day t hro ugh S atu r da y The telephone i s 86-2 4 33 Congratulations to the Class of 1979 From the BALBOA BEAUTY SHOP Camila BOUTIQUE APARTADO 2451 TELEFONO PANAMA 9A, R. DE P. 23-7925 We ar e the o n l y e xclus i v e b o utiqu e s pecial i zing in big sizes all t y pes o f blo u s es, dre sses s kirt s s l acks kafkan s jean s sw im w e a r a nd ling erie S ize s fr o m 14 t o 2 4 Y2 a nd 4 0 t o 4 6 W e aim t o p l e ase our c u s t o mers V ia Argen t ina N o 5 3

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Courtesy of REY SUPERMARKET S Panama and Co lon DONALD W. DICKERSON INC MOST PROGRES SIVE DISTRIBUTOR IN TOWN CLASS OF 1979 -BES T OF LUCK fAiRleA :H ':UiUO fllO LEA THER HANDBAG S TOP QUALITY CUSTOM MADE S H OES B Y WAY OF I TALIAN PRO CESS LL AfvlA AND ALPACA RUGS Ca lle 55 E I Cang r e j o Apdo 9693 Zona 4 Panama R.d e Pana ma T el. 69 2016 249

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25 0 BORDEN BORDEN Congratulates the 1979 Graduates of Balboa High School EATRE --.; THE UIL BALBOA. CANAL ZONE. INC .

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In Appreciation The 1979 Z ONIAN S tall e xtend s its mo s t sincere thank s t o our sp o n so r Mr. Leonard B Tal burt in appre ciat io n of the help he ha s gi ven u s throughout t h e y ear. Mr Talburt has spent man y h o ur s o f his t i m e worki ng and guid i ng the staff i n the procu c t io n of this y earbo o k W e are v er y grate ful to Mr Talburt for his patience and suppert The ZONIAN S tall The S tall w o uld also l i ke to thank the foll o wing o rganizatio ns : Panama Canal Press Offi ce Panama C anal Graphi c Bran c h 251

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SELECT C HORU S SELVEY PATRICIA-176 SEMLE, S HARON 157 SHAN. ROGELIO -57 SHAW, ALAN 155 SHAW, VALERIE -'55 S HEA. PATRICK-I S? SHEFFIELD. TERESA-S7.B7, 104 SHEFFIELD TRACY 176 125 82 SHEPPARD LARRY 1 76, 182 SHERRY LINDA 1 2 4 57 '88 SHRADER, LISA -1 76, 116 SIMMONS. LOAIE -57, 86. 75 SIMMONS PAM 1 76 SIMMONS. ROBERT SIMONS. DONALD 176 SIMONS JEANNETIE -124,57,198.75 SIMONSSON V I V I AN 58 75, 93, 107 102 SIM O NSSON JOANNE -1 76. 107 103 SINGLETON. DANIEL SIRAVO TIMMIE 155 SKRABlE. MARK 177, 116,206 SMITH CAR MEN -177 SMtTH GARY 177 SMITH LARRY SMITH, UNOA-58 ,102 SMITH ,LlSA-IIG, 155 118 S MITH MAAI$OL 155 S MITH MARGARET -58, 115. 75 SMITH, PABLO -58 S M ITH PATRICK -58 S MITH. SCOTT SMITH. WILLIAM 177 SMITH. 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