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Digitized by the Internet Archive in 2010 with funding from University of Florida, George A. Smathers Libraries http://www.arch ive .org/detai Is/zon ian 1985balb

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1111 This ye ar th e SA had a JambOree pep rally to r aise J amboree spir it The agenda included a presenta t ion o f the foot ball teams class competitions and t h e cheerleader s Doing their S t u ff. The opening ceremonies began wi t h t he an n o uncement o f th e q ueens and the expected wel coming o f Jamboree rain T h e soaked q ueens were escorted t o th e stands w h ere t hey reigned over th e game f or the n ight. The Cougars selected Patty Cowles a Cougar c heerleader. as th ei r Jamboree Queen. Red Mach i n e also picked a cheerleader. Alice Furlong t o r epresent their team. The Devils chose manager Robin Mitts and the Bulldogs chose manager. Amy Green who then became th e reigning queen when the Bulldogs won the over all event. When the Jamboree ended. the crowds hurried f or the journey home. leaving beh ind them one more action-packed J amboree for the history books 4 5 Opposite Page Top R : S eniors show their spirit T o p L : Jamboree Queens Alice Furlong. Rob i n M i tts and Patty C owles Bottom: C arrie & Gabri ella toot their flute Thi s Page Top L : The Bulld o g team watches attentively Top R : Jamboree Queen Amy G reen. Bottom: The Cougors show who' s # 1

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Top Left : Sen io r Princ esses and Escorts Ange l o M c D o nald Jo hn Magee Potty Cowles-Joey Fernandez Cryst a l B rown-Ke n ne t h B or nes C ar o l A n n F erna n dez -Mark Dekle Bottom Left Sophomore Princ esses and Esc orts Eva Anderso n Jor g e De La G uardi a Cy nt h i a PowellM ike Laverty Suzan ne RoweLance KUppe r Bottom Righ t : A New Wove h i t s BHS Top R i ght: Queen C r ysta l B rown and E scort K enneth Barne s 6 The 1984 Homecoming proved to be the most active and spirited event BHS has ever had I The festivities began with spirit week and the sen iors won the competition as the most spirited class, The homecoming parade was the best ever with the ROTC leading and the band prov i ding the music The homecoming dance was held at Albrook O ff i cers C lub on November 10th with music provided by A XIS, The caronation was held at 10:30 followed b y the f irst danc e wh i ch was led by queen Crystal Brown and her e scart Kenneth Barnes the c ourt and the i r escorts join i ng in, Jun ior Pri n c ess and Escorts Patti Ekman -Matt J olley Melinda Grim l son -James Wagner Did l Parillo M i ke Allard T o p Right' M onte B u r c h the Warr io r B otto m Left : liz a nd Jo hn.. S t u ck o n You 7

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------... - -- Top Left : "Grandma" Jenl Morrison Top Right : Melinda Grimison-set for the Causeway. Bottom Right : Erica and Willie as Ophelia and Hamlet Bottom Left : Soly and Claudia practicing surgery? Opposite page Top left : Veron ica Lanterman studying diligently Top Right : Patty Cowles and Coral-Ann Fernandez-CUTE? Bottom Left : Rene Richards looking great i n Sports! 6 , t 9

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III Jeail Top Left Leilo Rowland assistant dire c t o r and Richard Johnson, d irec t or discuss the theories o f Thoreau Bottom Right W illy Coker sheds tears os Alex Hand consoles him 10 \ I "If a man does not keep pace with his companions, perhaps it is because he hears a diHerent drummer Let h i m step to the music which he hears however measured, or far away." Henry David Thoreau Henry David Thoreau .... ,............ ... Willy Coker Ralph Waldo Emerson ...... .............. John Keisling John Thoreau .. ................ ". ..... .. Ken Uttle Lydian Emerson ,.... ,...... ..,. .... Anne Har r ington Mother ........ ... . , ... .. .. .... Judith Lavalle Bailey .. .... ,. , ...... ,.. .. Patrick Schle nker Deacon Boll ....... .. ....... .' . .. Robert Coker Ellen ...... ....... . , ,. ... Alexandra Hand Sam Staples . . . . . . .. .......... .. Mark Stobie Edward Emerson ......................... Gregg Pierce Farmer ..... .,. ........ .. .... ., .. Kenny Googe Woman ............ , . . ... ,' . ....... Mich Nelson Williams .. .. ... .... .. .. ,., ..... Paul Waldron Top left: Jo hn Keisling os Waldo Emerso n and Willy Coker as Thoreau rehearse thei r sce nes Bottom left: Jo hn Keisling as the "Mad f l asher ," 11

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I\Jis ... III urullclu Top Left Robert Cok er watch th ose hands! Top Right King Darren Grumme and Queen lIh Oller Bottom How Romantic' Opp osite Page. Top : From L t o R. T iffany Elmore Julio Rodriquez. C r ystal Brawn. Ralph Teirnan Jeanne Craddock. Eddie S hort Traci Fortner Johnny Raux Lisa Koziol. Rene Paarup Kelly Dawson. Mario Aguiler a Bottom. Christ y Goodwin and Ken Hopple Picture Perfect! 12 r 13 The Event of the Seaso n All the hard work after school and an the weekends was worth it O n Dec. 15. the best Christmas F o rmal ever was held in the C urundu cafetorium. Silver stars sprinkled amid the enchanted dancer s as King. Darren Grumme and Queen. Lili Oller re igned over the magical evening!

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Top L: Mabel, Giovanni James and Jimmy sit pretty. Top R : Queen, Katia Medrano with escorts Mario Aguilera and Darren Grumme. Bottom R : Katia and Mario "jamming out". Bottom L: The Carnival court doing the traditional dances. 14

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-. . I .,:.;" ... : ... '. .!!-." Top L: Carnival Court L to R : Leslie Cannon & Rogelio Tehran : Mabel Diaz & James Jerry : Mario Aguilera. Katie Medrano. & Darren Grumme: Giovanni Henry & James Burch : Christina Ameglio & Jesse Morris : Christina Kirkland & Fabio Nevarro. Not Pictured : Ivette Lawrence & escort Ramon Tehran Top R : Ivette Lawrence and Rogelio Tehran practice "Carniva l Breakdancing. Bottom R : The Comparsa does their dance i n flashy outfits l S EI Carnival is a traditional festivity honoring el Rey Morno. king of the Carnival f iesta. Carnival is celebrated with parties. parades. and games throughout Panama. Queens are chosen to represent a company or family and a long with their court and comparsas. they ride in extravagantly decorated floats Carnival is celebrated in Balboa under the sponsorship o f the Spanish Club This year Katia Medrano was selected Queen. and her coronation was held on February 9 The f loor show which followed was presented by the comparsa. a dance group composed of B H S students Anyone who attended was bound t o have a wonderfu l time w ith all the laughter and merriment which characterizes EI Carnival. Que viva EI C arn iv al.

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Top Right : Attack of t h e K iller Nerds! Top Left : Kathy Kessel is debating. Bottom Right: Kim and Debbie ... "Sisters Christian" Bottom Left : Is t his THE Ralp h Tierna n ? 16

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John Abresch Mario Aguilera Lorenzo Aless i Stefano Aless i Michael Allard Traci Anderson Tracey Anthony Norman Arauz LJubica Arceneaux Maria Arias Mary Ayala Ronald Baer 19

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Robin Baerg Kyle Baker Sean Beck William Beers Lisa Bell Christine Blevins Robert Boatwright Scott Bogue Doris Boyett Jeffrey Brace Alexander Brecher Jane Breckner 20

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Fred Brockhausen Janet Bronzino Crystal Brown Mary Brownlow James Burch Monty Burck Albert Burkett Dirksen Bussiere Deborah Bynes Chris Caldon George Call Gina Camp 2 1

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Ronald Campbell Kevin Carbajal Leslie Castilleja Charles Castillo Susan Caturia Jose Chocron Oeborah Cisneros Anthony Coaxum Patrick Coaxum Ruth Cohen William Coker Lamont Collins 22

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Andrew Cooper Jose Corcione William Cornet t Patricia Cowles Jeanne Craddock Regina Crisostomo Juan Cuortas Mar u j a D avis Kelly Dawson Lyneth Delegado Jose Diaz Lui s Diaz 23

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Tony Diaz Mabel Diaz Daniza Dominguez Michelle Druesedow Terry Durning Silvana Eden Joanna Ellison Tiffany Elmore Isabella Espino Ellis Espinosa Nikki Fanning Carol-Ann Fernandez 24

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Yesenia Ferrabone Chester Ferrell Richard Fisher Matthew Flores Rolando Flores TraGi Fortner D iana Franco Clifton Fran k John Frank Alan Friedrich Priscilla Fritts Michelle Fuller 25

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Lizabeth Gallardo Luz Gamboa Danielle Gannon Erika Garcia Nancy Garcia Angela Gibson Jeffrey Goff Michael Goldstein Jacqueline Gonzales Yvette Gonzales Linda Goodwin Vonda Graham 26

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Greg Gramlich Solymar Grecco Lee Green Emilda G reeni d g e Alan Greisz Yandira Griffith Dena Grippo Darren Grumme Claudia Guimaraes Daniel Gunn K arl Hagen Linda Ha i n es 27

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Teresa Hamm Damaris Harmond Anne Harrington Etilia Hawkins Theresa Hayes Deborah Heeres Giovanni Henry Monica Hindravo Rory H ill Maryanne Hines Sean Holland Amy Honea 28

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Kenneth Hopple Eddie Houx Javier Howard Tina Hughe s Michael Hughs Catherine Hunt John Hunt Harris Hurst Robert Hutto Jullissa James Beatrice J efferson Jennifer Jeffries 29

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Marria Jones Takeshi Karino Tanya Keels Kathryn Kessel Alejandro Khaleel Kirsten King Christopher Kline Darren Knapp Kristen Konnagan Liesl Koziol John Kraemer Rinat Kraselnick 30

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Monica Kyle Kari n Laakso Karin Landry Magda Lane Robert Lane Maria Langill Veronica Lanterman Cather ine Larsen Kim Lauderbaugh Judi th Lavallee Michael Laverty Armand Lawrence 31

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Yitzel Lawrence-Rey Carlos Ledezma Sara Lim Julie Lindogan Philipp Lindogan Nancy Lopez Angelica Lord Gladys Maduro Jack Major Hector Malave Angi e Martin Tamara Martinez 32

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Terri Martinez Tonja McGee Angela McDonal d Shawn McKe e ver Maribel Medina Katia Medrano James Merry Irma Milemon Christopher Miller Paul Minor Daniel Mitchell Richard Mokillo 33

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Victor Morales William Moore Jesse Morris Teresa Morris Dalys Morrison Debora Morrison Jennifer Morrison Brenda Morrissey Juanita Neil Christina Nolan Claudia Ochia John Oliver J4

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Lilibell Oller Lisa Oxley Rene Paarup Benjamin Palmer Richard Pau l Teresa Perez Caroline PerezVenera Michael Pheneger Emory Ph/egar Michael Proctor Jesus Quintanilla Susanne Rasmussen 35

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Herbert Raybourn Francisco Redondo Michele Reeves Patricia Re vello Derek Reyes Albinia Reza Christina Reza Eduardo Richards Rene R ic h ards Leslie Rinehart Roldano Rivera Yolanda Rivera 36

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Burton Robertson Jose Rodriguez Jul i o Rodriguez R icardo Rodriguez Edward Rogers Tracv Root Juan Roux Irene Rubalcava David Salamanca Louis Sanchez W a llv Sonc hez Elvino Sant iago 3 7

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Tammv Santos Lara Schroeder Stephanie Schulte Scott Shaw Christine Shepard Allen Sheppard Edward Short Marco Shrem Kara Silva Jaden Smith Marianela Smith Roger Smith 38

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r '. Tory Smith Melodie Spencer Dixie St John Bonn ie Stahlman Genetta Staple Paul Steinmeier Michael Stephenson Marie Steuart ...... ,. Jan Stichweh Diana Stumvoll Labri n e Sydnor Alfonso Teje ira 39

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H iyako Teresh ima Shantell Thompson Ralph Tiernan Fernando Tijerina Anne Tokumoto W illiam Toston D iana Traugh Bernardo Ung Juli e Urback Alejandro Valdes Antonio Valdes Julie Valle 40

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Pedro Vangas Revanur Vishwanath Daria Vose Kevin Vase Cristina Wagner Paul Waldron Richard Walford Niena Warren Raechel Wetzste i n Pauline Whitlock Dina W i lson Stephen Winberg 41

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Fabian Well ington Raymond Winstead Timothy Wood Stephen Young 4 2 Marianne Wolda Henrietta Wolf -Remember the pa.st Lf)ith. Mppiness a.rU:/. li()t lke preSln:t flJlthJOj. rr btJ ()S for the MtlYt., elim b ().J1{). far: Ydu..r "'-im the skI{ I bid goal ffu sfOJ'S. r?-

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Jaden ... desperate for a Hogie! Scott-n-Julie T.L.A 4 3

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I1All ()f I ) I These two special peopl e ore widely admired for t heir involvement in school activities. friend l iness and their g reat personalities They embody all that our c loss admires -Crysta l Brown and Darren G rumme ore two terrifi c people. 44

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Every year there are at least two students who everyone admires because they are so good look ing' This year Angi e McDonal d and Johnny Raux hol d the t i t l e of Most Attractiv e w ith groce, The i r soph i st icated looks captiv ate audiences wherever they go, .. CSTI __ TlllICTUAl Need help with calculus chemistry or computer work? Ask Kather ine Rand and Scott Show Not only are they smart but they are a lso admired far thei r willingness to hel p others 4S ,.nlllST No one c a n be ser ious when Uli Oll e r and J a ime Claus a re near, With Uli' s g iggl es and Jaime' s one liners th ese two will always be remembered when we think o f all the fun tim es i n our super sen ior year, Don t dare Patti Rev e llo and Mike Goldstei n to do a nyth ing because they probably will. Out -going is a euphemism for these two: crazy woul d be more like i t They show us wha t raging out means both i n schoo l and out,

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I3IS T Want to get d own and Jam? That' s what C arol-Ann Fernandez Mar io Aguilera and John Kraemer did all year. They are really great at the current craze of "break dancing" and "popping" that were so popular this year. I f anyone IS going to be c r uising around i n a Porsch e or a Rolls Royce you can bet it w ill b e thes e two peopl e Brenda MOrrissey and Darren Knapp. They have the drive and ambition to get them t o the top. Good Luck you two 46 "()ST SC::I-J()()l Who' s got enough spirit for the entire class of '8S? Harris Hurst and Jeanne Craddock. These two have been involved with our closs since way back. They have given more than anyone else in time and effart. They really show what spirit is all about.

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I3I S I [)I! I SS I[) Who sets the trends and shows off the new style for B H S seniors? Our very own stylish model Tiffany Elmore and Tony Diaz, whose personal style sets them apart from the rest "US I Melodie Spencer and Richard Fisher are two talented individuals who have a lot going for them. The y can always be found in the band room or i n the drama room. This is why the cl as s of 85 has elected them. Both are Thespians and play several instruments. 47 I Who is always smiling and has a friendly word for everyone? Well of course, Patty Cowles and Rene Richards l These two brighten our days with their good humor and get along with everyone. Veronica Lanterman and Dino Wilson were the perfect choice f o r Most Ath le t ic. They are always participating in sports b o th in and out o f school. With hard wark and dedication, they lead their teams to the top.

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Linette Giov ann i and M o n ic o enjoying the Senio r Recep-Seniors doing what they do best .. ti o n PARTY! Herbie ... the model Physics student! Tommy Veron ica and Jenni f e r -the Causeway Crew Ala n tells Lee to "Watch the birdie! Steve and Rene kn o w the meaning o f "FRESH" C h eckin g out the guys Lili? 4 8 4 9

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Adams Thomas Aguilar Aimeth Alves Audrey Amedee, Vanessa Anderer Poul Anderson Craig Andress Yvonne Apold Andrew Sweet, but not innocent. I still can't get it done! Arango Osiris Ardines Yvette Arms, Belinda Avila Gilda Azua Veronica Bates Roger Batista Juan Beasley Feilding BenninghoH Wilbur Bernabe Marcos 51 Binder Eric Bondurant Altho Boquin, Fernando Bowerman Mary Beth Boyle Carolyn Brooks, George Brown, Katherine Brown Vickie Burchett Arionne Byard JeHrey Cabeza, Guillerm o Cobrero, Ingri d Girls just wonno have fun!

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LeI's get together' Caldero n Annette Cartegena. Conters, Pieter Richard Carrero Jorge Caswell. Philip Castro. Yvette Centeno. Eri c Clark Charles Clark Pamela Claus Iidouro Cruz Magdalena Cannon leslie Casobon Rodolfo __ Coker. Robert Cook. Jeow Carin Stephanie Cowles. Gregory Custudio Morie 52 Day. M. Oeabote. Joey Delorezo, Ivette Del Pilar Veronic a "Hi. you wanna drink?" Oe l lucQ, Anthony De Sf. Germai n Monique Diaz Ingrid Dixon Morio ... Oorros, Usa Drogoo. Candace Drogseth. Carolyn Durham. Anthony

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Duguid Koren Ebner Carlos Echevarria Cynthi a Edw a rds Terry Ekman Patricio Elshoff, William Engelke John Erhart Deborah Let's pig out. dude! Errhalt M ichael Escala Nancy Escobedo Dolores Estripeaut, Jeanette Fejeran Louvina Fernandez C ar lo s Fernandez -Con cho. V ictor Ferri s Natasha Ferrell S Flores G ul1ermo 53 Flores Lydia F lumac h Elizabeth F ol s o n John Forte D orrell Fraust o. Julio Furlong, Alice G a swel1. Gwendoly n Gawlik Thomas J. Studly dudlys George, D arren Gilbert. Michele Goldearb, Neil Goldsberry R I chard

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TI-1AM'.'. . .. Gom ez, Pablo Gomez. Pau l Gmdo n Gabriel Gordon. Paul G reaves Anoyonsi G r iggs. Wolter G rim i son Mel inda Grove, V incent Guerreiro, S heila Guerrero. Juan G u e rrero Ruth G uinn Lester Guzman, Mario Guzman. Mario Hagar. Roberto Hall Usa Halt. Marlo Hathaway. William , ,--54 T h e 3 s tooges D o n t study too hard C arol y n Hayden. Holly Hern Yvette Herrero Manuel Hiraga Takeyuki Hobbs Connie Honea, Abby Hubbard, Sharon Jackson. Eric Jackson, Samuel Joen, Jose Jarboe. Donin Jefferson Melissa

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.JenkinS. Stacy Johnson .Jerel Johnson. Jolley Jennifer J<:>fdan. Marie J<:>fgensen. Michael Kane Devin Keith Stacey "This is no ordinary person you' re dealing with! Keifer Obed Keisling. John Kirkland. Cristina Kirschner, Karl Kirschner, Karla Kishi. Keiko Knopp Lorrane Knox, Katherine Kayner Cristela Krapfl Kerri 55 Kroesen Robert lomb. Benjam i n lone, Carlos lanterman, Catherine larue, Angelo Latorre Angelo lear. Loraine lee. Janet Lester Phmp letzer Jack Uptai. Rita Utile Ken "Get back to work Michelle!

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Livingston. Monico Long. S o ra lopez. Biezer lopez. Marco lowry John luna. Rocky lytle. Ronald Macmuroy. Down It's been one o f t h ose doys! "PARTY TIME!" Mollia S tephen Momiye Moises McKay. Yhileno Martino. Anth ony M cleon. Anjanette M chon ald. McQuary, Patrick Michelle McReynolds, Rolph McKay Richard Meana, Moni c o 56 Meissner. Kurt Meredith, Davi d Messenger J ames Mitts, Robin Mokillo, lariso M oore, Wando M organ Kim Morgan Raul Mullen i x Philip Murphy Stev en Myers Tanio Nandwani, Shobia

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Navarra. Fabio Neloms Natali er Nelson. Michelle Nichols John Nickisher John Nolan Jennifer Nolte Folvia Oliver Misty OIlendick Nivia Ono. Chieko Ortiz Edward Osorio. Mario Ostroski. Billie Padilla Aritho Parrila, Edith Pawlok Eugene Payne Victor Pearson. Gustave o A few thoughts on being a Thalean chemist ... o You can't tell h o t glass from cold. For those who have been branded. this should bring back sizzling memories o Thalean chemist should never l ie about experiment re sultseven i f they're "slightly oH". This was one of the most important lessons this year. Good chemists never d i e they just voporize oway. Do you know the diHerence between on ovocado ond Avogadro? If you don' t, toke two moles and coli me i n the morning 57 Peca. Mari a Petkidis. Basilio Phillips. Kmberly Ponce Michelle I Quinn luther Ramirez Mur iel Rekedal. Richa rd Reyes-Duran Martin Richards. C ar olyn R1chards. Hector R1chardson. Angelo illding Robert "I'm not loafing. I work so hard I'm alwoys finished!

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Just the two of us. Riding. Wesley Rincon, Leslye Robertson Scott Rock Jeffrey Rodriquez. Edward Rodriquez Gracie Rodriquez, Ricky Rogers Donald Ross, Mark Rowland, leila Royo. Roberto Salazar, Ian Samuels, Jeonice Sanders. Paul Schei ltin Anita Schmidt, Cheryl Scott. Randolph Sepucveda, Josette 58 1\fJI1I Serrano. Larissa S idelinker David Silva, Ricardo Simmons Kel1i "Hi there" Sims. Theron S m ith. Darnell Smith, Gilbert Soper Ko ren Staffeldt, Ann Stallworth. Koren Sf. Dennis, Brion Steele. S a muel

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Steiner Ste phanie Stephens C risten Stromberg Koren Suchoski. leanne Teems Commie Teran Rogelio Teran Ramon Testa Ana Testa Armand o Thole. Brent Thomas C harles Tiblier. Michael Tijerina Julian Posing for two Tomok O M Tovar Carlos V a llarino Jesus Vinton Deborah Wall. Karla Been a rough day huh Nan cy? 5 9 Worner Ronnie Warren Christie Watley. Neysa Watson Gory Weeks Datcelis Weeks lynnette Welch Erika Wileczek Michel le W iAifard. Robert W ilson. Omaida W i nford Bil l Woerner MIchael

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Got cho yo Commie WE BAD'. / ... Wnght Paul Wruck John Wu Winston Young. Robert Zamora. Marino Zimmerman D avid Zugby Yvo nne 60

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6 1 Above: Rodol f o Cazobo n tells how you work the lens Below : Nancy, you know you shouldn t bite your nails Right : Victor shows off i n front o f the class ...

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Above: THINK! THINK! THINK! Below : Come on Kim! Its not that bad. Above: Shelia didn t you know there is a test today? Below : Damion tells us how it is ... Next : Now that we think of it it is a hard decision . ::: 6 2 -, --_1../ 63

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Ih:l1l12 "uu! fur "uur calicliclllf?SS Jenny you look t ired. Sit down. Right Tom Gawlick pours a coke Above. Robert Young ponders his tables -6 4 --------65 Kim Phillips hams it up for our cameras. Michelle Wilecizek caught by surprise Above: A fair sampling of Juniors take time out.

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Ormsbee, Bnan OrtIZ. Ennque Overend, lIsa Paddlt. Wayne Padilla. Brenda

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Being a sophomore means adjust ing t o a new school. new policies and n e w rules. B eing a sophomore means the end of Junior High Blues" and the begi nning of "High School Fun." Being a sophomore means more freedom and opportunities to expand horizons Being a sophomore means fear ing the big Senior when we've stepped on the plaque because of the embarrassment of having to clean it Being a sophomore means work ing hard to keep up the grades and social life at one time Being a sophomore changing from being rulers of Juni or High into the upperclassmen understudies Being a sophomore means to work twice as hard as upperclassmen to keep up the spirit of '87. Being a sophomore has been a time of learning. growing and being able to collect our thoughts for the future Now it is time to move on ... - I 82

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fuu [)e!)ut: JClrn!)Ur ee Photos b y Rommy Goode. Top Center: "Magic Je nk ins" runs the ball in an attempt t o make a touchdown. Bottom Right Red Machine cheerleaders lead the cheering c rowd i n the pep rally Bottom Left Two Bulldog players Slap em' High after a success ful play 84 The Jamboree, held annually at C ristobal H igh Schools kicks off the football season o n the Isthmus with five participating teams: Balboa Red Machine. Balboa Bulldogs Curundu Cougars Panama Canal College Green Devils and the C r istobal T i gers The tournament consists of each team p l a yin g agai nst each ather i n a 10-m inute controlled scrimmage. Each game is about a quarter long. and once twa teams have played a quarter. two d i fferent teams then play the next quarter. The team which wins the most quarters becomes the winner of the Jamboree. The winning team receiv es a trophy. which rotates y early Tap : Green Devil player Budd y Simms runs ball i n pursuit o f a touchdown. Left : Green Devil p layers Hunter Tiblier and Buddy Simms prepare t o run the ball toward the end zone

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1st row-C o a c h Holland Coach Magee, K Anderson J Wagner, J Manuel. fI flI< '''ds. S. N o lte, C livingston, W Riding, D Renow, C Silva, M Laverty, E. Wir" -J Hunt, A. Mayles B Price, R Teran R Egar 2nd Row : J Frausto E Short, N Pinedo, W Bennin ghoH A. Dekle, J Magee, C Anderson J Winkler, W King C. Bressel. F Bonilla, J Vaughn. Sitting: C Powell D Brewer, Ma"agers A. G reen, I. Martin B M o rrissey C Sheppard Players J Morr issey, T Durh a m, E H olland. 66

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Football players bossng you oround, coaches screornng and arguments flOIung with felow managers ore aI part of the monogng Monc:JgrIg IS not on easy tosk: Traveling WIth heovy durrYntes wos somehmes a gruellf'lg ,lOb There were the rOlny days where we hOd 1 0 s t and 11"1 the rOlf) during the whOle practICe initiating the managers n puddles filed with mud was port o f the players' Ideas We were a lways the ones to gel the Short end o f lhe stICk The rewording limes were sure 10 come If'I handy Wnnng the football gome was always 0 JOyous tme fa everyone and we always hOd a good OIQhls sleep lOsng alwoys fOl.l"ld everyone n a depressng mood and bllng down each others tIYCOIS las/"wlg out at each other didn' t help much and many ended up belflQ biller 01 thelf clOsest f riends The most exciting day o f my monogu-.g career was on our team party Palmar beach was lOIS of fu1 and the cane en polito and bread was delicIOUS The pool out at the ranch wos refreShng and coo The whOle triP back ond forth seemed nICe but when Ihe bus got stuck while we were headed to the ranch was not a good SIgn A I managers receIVed 0 certlficote, 0 foolbol pn and 0 plaque With 01 the team members ncluding the man port of the leom the manaQ8fs RuMlng to retrieve tape. wrapping players' arms and legs. and giving them massages was practicallyon everyday routlf)8 Then there were those days when the cooches would s tand up tOf the monog ers and players would be hofassed tOf noggng so much Monaglng fef me wos a rewarding experience If'l w hICh I hOd many good tlfTleS along with some bad moments It was nice getlng to know the players ndivlduolly ond beng oble t o conclude thetr different personolifles IhOt mode me feel 01 home If I I come orOlJr'ld to monoglng t ootboD once more I'd jl.Jf'np to the chance of managing the Red Machine football team B ulldog Cheerleaders Left t o p t o b ottom: K M organ. A Hau se r K Ric e C a ptain D Vose Right t o p t o b otto m : C Marti nez J. A cker. M. Frausto Co-Capt a i n N Esca la Bulldog All-Isthm ian Players : K An d e r so n C Silva C. Livingston. J Magee. E W i nkler 87

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G reen devil f ootboll ploy ers : 1st row B Pa lmer, M. Jolley. J L o p e z S McRe y n o lds. B Robertson M. Brad ley. J Roux. B Coffey 2nd r o w -D Wal ke r R L y t l e J L e wis. W Bryant. J Merr y. B Sims. T Deluc o M Brad ley. J M o ra le s J Jaen. J Fernand e z M W i leczek S K ei th 3d r o w -Coa c h R Cartagena. R Huie D Bussie re. S Mallia J Del a vadaiso. S. B e nn i ngh o ff M Dekl e M Esca l a M S m ith. H Tiblier A Efth imi a dis. A Josiah J GOff Coa c h Huste d J Naum. Coa c h Boker. L P a y n e . 88 Devil Cheerleaders from left to r ight: M De La Guardia. B O str oski. T Santos. Co-Captai n M. Jordon. L K o walski E J ohnson Captai n A Honea D Kourany, Green Devi l AllIsthm ian Play ers : M Bok e r S. Benningh o ff M Deckle A Efth imiadi s A J o s iah. J Naam, M o n d o y Limp around school o f a pulled hams t ring and shin splints from Friday's game I n l u nch, listen t o all the foot b all pl o yers remi n isce about the game wi th wild exaggerations! Exer t absolu t e l y no ent husi asm i n practice and p romise yoursel f Ihat tomorrow Will be beUer Tuesday Arrive to practice lat e because you couldn't hnd a polr o f decent smelling socks and get a lecture from the coptoln. olong with three dements FI.rt wl,h football players for a while. then begin to work on gymnastics and stunts While standing on someone s shoulders try a tension drop but land on your face instead of your feet Try to ploy It oH Wednesday S tart working on a porn-pam roullne. only to find that your col used your pompoms for kiffy mer Then realize that you have two left feet and your right footed) Frustrated. start working on ideas f or a pep rally Instead Get side tracked to singing commercials. and ending pra c tice early Thursday Try to beat the GUlness Book o f World Records for shOVing t he mos t junk In your tocker. then resort to leaVing your posters balloons eggs, and coke In your first period class When you pick them up after school you find that someone ate hal f the cake and decor a ted the posters With obscene graHlth FUflously run to catch the bus but whde whizzing through the 6(X)' s bump IOto someone and drop your coke Miss the bus then stand out In the street trying to catch a rtele Meanwhile at the pep rally you miss the egg toss so the football players deCide that you need to be egged with a whole carton Go home very exhausted. frustrated. sticky and egg scented Friday In first peflod, notice that you are wearing the wrong pair of white pant s With your day OUtfit and they are SIX Inches too short Die of embarrassment Get to the stadium early and begin decorating Be very proud o f yoursel f un til the cooch a rrives and tells you thot you 've decorated the wrong set 0' stands As you hne up lor the kick O ff feel a pong In your stomach you have to go to the bathroom Hold It 'till half-time Since your team IS lOOSing, do a cheer thot I nvolves the audience No one responds and you feel rtdiculous Get In 'Q(mahon'O( 0 defense cheer. but the band stort plaYing so you walt In the meantme your team recovers the ball ond you look stupid when you finally get your defense cheer done ond offense I S In Win the game and make enemes With all o f the people on the oppoSIng teom_ Isn' thiS great II 89

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Front Row Coach Kitchen K Phillips S McKeever. R Fisher M Hughs E Vega. J Folsom P C anters L. J acobs. B Erickso n 2nd Row : M Jones P Vangas P Lindogan. W G r iggs. L Klipper A Frie dri c h R Watso n D Pa yne. A Cooper. P Hamm A Cl a i re 3rd Row : Coach Egerton D Grumme. T Smi th E lcoz a S Jenki n s O Word. D Choy. E Cosper. D Tartt J S a l azar V Payne R Vose Coa c h Sweeney. 90 : ---. History Of Amer ic on Footboll The birth of foot boll in the U S is regarded by football hIstorians as November 6. 1869 when teams from Rutgers and Pri nceton univer sities met in New Brunswick. N J I n football's early years the rules were derived from soccer and rugby In 1906 the game was extremely rough Theodore Roosevelt declared the game must be made sofer since many injuries and deaths hod occured So the forward poss was made to separate players so that ployers would not collide together which causes a lot of injuries, A footboll teom consists of 11 people o n o ffense 0 left end l eft to ckle. left guord cen ter right guord right to ckle right end quorterbo c k 0 lef t ond right bock. and a running bock On defense there are two safeties, two cornerbacks three linebackers. tw o ends and two tackles The ob ject o f the gome is to carry the football over the opposi ng t e ams g o al line or kick the f ootboll between the field gool s When you bring the boll ove r the g o al line it is c alled a t o u c hdown which is worth six points. After an extra poi nt is kicked which is worth one point. A field g o al is w orth three paints. ---:-. -Cheerleaders From lett to r ight: l. Gallardo. C Willi ams Co-Copt. A . Furlong. M Lantre J Jordon. Center: Copt. T Myers Mascot: K Ledford. Red Machine All-Isthmian Players : D Choy. B Eric kson J Guardi a O Ward. 9 1

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1st row A Quiros N Arauz R McReynolds J Underhill B Moore. J Daddio 2nd row : S Btesh J BObb. G Pawlak J Altemus M McArthur M Tiblier 3rd row J Vallarino R Palmer C Lane M Geddes. T Fahy Coach Bales 4th row : Coach Vetarbo. B Schad L. Green. N Graham. C Scotland. M Roberts 5th row : H Hurst. J Hern D Stone G Cowles. P Baker 6th row: B Hunt D Stumvoll J Gonzalez K Lauderbaugh S Brown L. KOSik. A. Alves L. Hall. Coach Hauser 92 Cougar Cheerleaders : C Fernandez T Anderson Co-Captain P Cowles I. Katsumoto L. Nickisher D Ergart Co-Captain C Brown C Reza Cougar All-Isthmian Players : N Arauz P Baker J Hern L Green. V Grove. A Quiros M Roberts C Scotland. J Underhill 93

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(,its Witll ()r clllci fillcllf?: I ,., -'" -J I _. .- -Sen ior P owder Puff Play er s : Kneeling : N N i e v e s B Jefferson 1st Row : M D avis. C N o lan T Hayes G Camp. M Hines. D G r ippo N Fann ing. l. Coleman 2 nd R o w : L C ast i lle j a Y Gonzal e z T Anth o n y S Rasmussen. R Wetz stei n J Urba c k D S t John Coa c h T D i az 3rd Row : Coa c h R T i ernan T F o rtne r I. E s p i n o D M orriso n Y Lawr ence. G Henr y T o p R i gh t : Senio r Powd e r Puff K ing Jeanne Craddock e sco rts Seni or Queen W illy Coker Top Left : P owder Puff c he e r leaders d i spla y their spi r i t 9 4 J -. ( ...:J ,. t -.. .... --. ,_.-. -I ./ --. --. ... ... I . --. I -:. Homecoming The 1984 football seaso n was a very competetive o n e Every team t oile d and sweated in practice. then played with expert ise showman ship i n the games Although the Curundu C ougars hod on undefeated sea son wi th eight wins and two ties each team proved to be hard competition. The suppor t o f the fan s and c heerleaders was over whelming The cheerleading competit ion held in halftime o f the Homecoming game. consisted of four stupendous r o utines The cougar s appealed to the c rowd w ith stunning gymnastics and f lashy movements. but the Bull d ogs won with on exciting. p r ecise routine Over 011. the Cougars proved t h eir unending spirit and dete rmina tion up til th e t ime they received their vic t ory trophy. Left : Seni o r Powder Puff player Nancy Nieves runs the boll with on under classman player hot i n pursuit Abov e : Cougar Team proudly d i splays thei r V ictory T r ophy at the end of the Homec o ming a c t i vities Top Left : Bulldog cheerleaders performing thei r winn ing r o ut ine dur ing the Homecoming half t i m e 95

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Top right : Player Robin Mitts attempts to block a pass Top left: Captain Alina liptai i n the jump-boll ploy. G reen Devi l s girls player s : Bock row. lett to right. Manager I. Cl aus A lipto;, K. Strombe r g K Guti errez Cooch Stromberg, F r o n t row, left to righ t R. Anderer, K. Stromberg, R M itts, M Smltn, N Kane Captai n : A liptOi. 96

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--4 Stears ',....:_ .. 9 7 Top Left Rene R i chards practices throwing the ball against the wall T opRight Chris Kline goes to black Bulldog player. Devils Boys players : Left to-rightR. Richards P Schu lte. C. Kline, J. Lawrence, Coach Capalbo First Row-J Letzer J. S imms J. Carrera, J. Gon zalez, F Graham

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Top left: Rita liptai shoots for the basket. Top r ight: Captain Vania Ev ans in the jump shot Cougar player s bock r o w left to right Coach C r owley. R liptai. K Laakso. L. Payne. Capta i n V Evans Middle Row' L Merrill. M. G r imiso n M Pinzon. B. Crowley. J. Brown. M. Ne l son. Front row C. Smith L Gonza le s R Reza 98 ... .

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,... \ ..... -. tJ. 99 Center right : Anthony Coaxum does a layup while Paul Baker shows his defense. Top left: Carl Scotland performs a free throw. Center left: Anthony Coaxum scores another basket for the Cougars Cougar players top row left to right : Coach Scott Angholt. C. Ferrel. B Erickson J Manuel. Third row: A Dietz C Sealy, A. Coaxum, B Jen nings Coach Reyes Second row: A Kirton C Tomlin A Reyes First row: C Scotland, M Brown

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) 0 Bulldog Players Back Row : Coach Williams. F Hunter. Y G r iffit h V Rosania. M Oliver A Workman. Middle Row : V Lanterman. X Davis R Hunt. Seated: M Klenke Top right : Valerie Rosania attempts to block the ball Top left: Yadira Gri ffith attempts to gain the ball from the air '00

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Bulldog Bosketboll players: Left t o right bock row-G Deitz S Nol t e O Word. A Brecher Coa c h Q u inn. Left t o right kneeling : M. Roberts G Allen R Garcia. B Simms. A Davidson T o p r ight: G Alle n at his cutest To p left: Sergi o Nolte in the jump boll 1 0 1

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Red Machine players : Ba c k raw left ta right L O sario K Hoover. K Amant ine. D Chandler. E Bernasc oni. V Scotland. P Manuel. First row kneeling : Coac h Moffitt. J Wheeler. L. M o ff itt. S. Gordon. Rivet Y Yearwoo d T o p leftPrudencia Manuel prepares herself for a shot at the basket. T o p right Kelly Hoover positions herself to block a pass by a Bulldog player. 102

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Red Machine Players : Back left to right : H Meadows. R Krummel. C Harry C Ferrell. Middle : A Jimenez. J Herrera S Murphy Coach Williams Front Row : Captain P Baker E Jackson E Lockhart Top right Chester Ferell dri bbles the ball down the court. Top leH -Captain Paul Baker takes the lead in jump-ball. 10)

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I Balboa Swimmers: Front row left to right : A Fernandez, E Anderson, H Erickson L Osorio K Kessel. First row standing: Mrs. Sweeney, P Canters P G omez, S. Rowe, G. Pawlack, Coach Lisa. Second row: Coach Swenney, D. Bus siere P McQuary, D Beasley Third row: C Ledezma, T Hiraga K. Benson, D. Stone. B o c k : S Beck Top Left : L Osorio doin' the butterf ly! Top right T Huggins displays the breast stroke Bottom right : P McQuary in hot p ursuit o f a record time! 104

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n 1 : I ...-.: .._- ...... ;"...""""!" 105 Above right : Balboa dive team left to right : H Tiblier S Rowe, E Schaden, K Kessel, P Gomez. Above left: Susan creates a perfect 45 angle for all to see! Bottoin right : B ottoms up, Hunter! Bottom left: Erin gasps Kathy dances, and Pablo poses

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, 4 S S Il{)W UIVllS 1st row: leff to right : Cooch Best A McDonald. F Albergea. D Rogers. J Morris B Pet Kids;' A Davidson. E Sanchez. B Barnes P Patton. 2nd row : Coach Stromberg. J Gonzalez A. Efth iemi adus M. Roberts A Josiah G Deitz J Rodriquez S Dahlstrom. P Thorton M. McArthur. N Maggar. Coach Egge rton. 106

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Managers: F Ruiz. K Lauderbaugh. M G r immison 2nd row: R Scott. J. Soto. R Lytle R Bilbert B Erickson D Simoneit. G Eastham. D. Boatwright. 3rd row: Coach Barlow T Holviak W Benninghoff M Dekle. R Mokillo. D. Dahlstrom E Castleton. J Tunon Coach Boles 107

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ll)()()S 1st row: R Peterson P C h en. T Tweed M Bo k er. 2nd row: C Scottland. B Robertson C F errell B Simms. A Frederick J Nick. 3rd row: Coach Riley. R Engerke S Uinberg C Livingston J Frosto. Coach M o ffitt 108

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()UCAl>S .... From L to R : 1st row: T Torres R Furlong. T Durham J Cherrer o D Flshbon e T Martinez 2nd row: Coach Cherrero. H Rayburn R Brodman C Tomlen G Joseph I. Sanchez l. Clipper. D Reno W Ridins. Coa c h Martinez s 109 ) ..... - ----_ .... ---.::.1

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IIlI From Left to Right A. Murphy, L. Sam so n P Revello, L Kosik, A Liptai Kneeling: H, Pylan t Mr. Oliver A K n owles (ed Team) From Left to Right : A Corbett, E Joh n son, T. Matheney, M Zamora, V Evans Kneeling : Y Gonzalez, M Zamora, M Sam uels L. Schroeder. (Green Devils Team) 110

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-------Cougars Teom: L Warren. J Cor rigan. B Wilbur L John son Mrs. Dahn. Kneeling : K Baldwin P. Caurtas. P Nassis. 111 .. ---White Team: A Hand T Bright. S Schulte Mrs. Denley Kneeling M. Terashima J Lindogan. N Lopez

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As t he o nly sport at BHS divided into varisty and junio r varsity track provided a voriety o f events for stu dents whether passing a baton or jump ing hurdles the athletes practiced with dedication and compet ed with zeal. The 1985 Balboa High track team will not soon be forgottenl Above left : Cesar Mendoza on the inne rm ost lane and Tim Huggins in lane f ive represent BHS at th e Cur undu r elay races Ready? Set ? GO! Above cent er : Zina Hunter kicks the sky as she sails over the high jum p borl Above right : Ward Graham is determined to cat ch up t o the Cur undu lead. Bottom left Eduordo Icaza sails over the hurdles while taking the lead. Bottom right : Xio mara Dav i s displays excellent team w ork as she passes the baton to the ever ready" Sandra Lovelady 112 --- t 11)

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FOOTBALL Wins Cougars 7 Devils 5 Bulldo gs 4 Red Machine 3 Losses T ied o 1 2 1 4 0 5 0 BASKETBALL Wins Red Machine Boys 0 Girls 9 Cougars Boys 8 Girls 8 Devils Boys 3 Girls 3 Bulldogs Boys 10 Girls 8 Losses 12 3 4 4 9 9 2 4 114 c BASEBALL 'J Red Machine Bulldogs Cougars Devils Wins 4 10 5 4 TENNIS White Red Devi l s Cougars SWIMMING Wins Losses Girls 1 2 Boys 3 3 Wins 7 5 5 3 Losses 8 2 7 7 Losses 1 3 3 5 ..

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I .i The Student Associotion officers are: Rene Porrup Rachael Wetzstien Hen Wolf M isty Oliver and Jud i th Lavalle 116 1st Row : M. Brownlow. J Craddock. P Cowles J Urback M Diaz C Perez-Venero. C Warren. 2nd Row : G Henry J Ibarra M. Brassel field S Grecco. W Coker A Cooper. 3rd Row : D Grumme. M Birch H Erickson. M. Wileczek M. Grimison D Earhart 4th Row : C Miller l. Mazilowski. S Kourany T Bright K Fahlgren E Anderson l. S uchoski, N Magee. V Paine Student Association representatives are elected by the entire student body. Students become members by purchasing an S A. card. This group tries to improve the spirit of the school and the relationsh i p between the faculty and the students 117

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The S A held many activities this year Christmas tree decorations Homecoming Dance, Jamboree besides tons of bakesales and other fundraisers! 118

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---...... .A ---119 I3IZ l SIl()W I3IZt The Drama Club is a very active organization at BHS. They hold a number of activities throughout the year such as picnics. sneak previews of community plays and two major drama productions At the end of the year. the Drama Club gives awards to students who are selected f or Best Actor and Actress and Best suppo rt ing actor and actress

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S AlSA Alli ., The Spanish Club The Spanish Club is open to students interested i n learning about the Spanish culture with emphasis on the Panamanian culture. The main activity this year was the annual carnavalito dance with colorful displays of polleras and montunos. A comparsa delighted the audience with a dance. Other activities included talks on interes t ing subjects that related to Panamanian culture and other social activities. 120 Members : M. Dans 2nd Row : A. Stevens. N. Warren C. Nolan S Kourany. M Zamora. Y Ferrabone. 3rd Row : J Roux. Y Lawrence. S Grecco. M. Kyle H Hurst A. Lord T Perez. L Schroeder C Wagner. M Hidrovo 4th Row : P Fritts. M Diaz. K Medrano. G Henry D St.John. C Perez-Venero 5th Row : F Navro. M Hartmann. J Smith V Anderson C Ameglio. Y DelaRezo L Flovian. D Grumme. K Fahlgren. V Johnson Y Lawrence. B Ung. E Santiago. P Minor J Craddock. M Arias K. Dawson. R Kraselnick K Larsen Officers : J Morris VicePresident ; M. Aguilers ; Y Ferrabone. Treasure ; K Medrano. Vocal: M. Zamora. Vocal; K Dawson Vocal; J Rodriguez Vocal. Candid: Bernardo. Monica and Kelly surprised the meeting was held in the library

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II Members : N Ferris. C Warren. C Wagner. 2nd Row : A Shephard. M Diaz L Oller. Y Delar eza. S Btesh M. Osorio 3rd Row : Y Lawernce. S McKeever. S Jackson. L Schroeder K Medrano. S Medrano. S Rasmussen. A Lord Mrs. Denley 4th Row : M. Kyle. A Fernandez. G Henry M Hidrovo D Lovaas. G Staple. V Johnsan M Brasselfield. R Kroselnick. P Fritts A McDonald. C Perez-Venero. J Warren. Officers : Katia Medrano. President. L Oller Secretary. S Rasmussen Treasurer L. Schroeder. Vice-President The French Club The French Club or Le Cercle Francais allows students taking a French course the opportunity to learn more about France than is possible during the regular class period. Meetings are centered around French customs and hol id ays Members are encouraged to speak French during the infarmal portion of the meeting. During this school year. the French Club had a fashion show with members modeling different clothing from local stares in Panama. 121

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Despite a smaller membership total this year of 110 the Computer Club Is working towards more active participation of those students who do join People w i th a range of talents and i nterests can always find something to do: from working the i r way up through the programming levels to working on a fund raising activity. Classes are given for those students who wish to learn how to operate and program the computers Everyone is encouraged to w ork at their own rate and receive as much help from veteran members as needed. With the funds raised through membership dues Christmas and Vale nt ine Day card sales. and perhaps another go at the ever so papular dating serv ice: we plan to buy more equipment for future club use supplementing our two Apples and Alari 800Xl. Special thanks to our sponsors Mrs. S anchez and Mr Seltzer to Mr. Peterson a former sponsor and an avid supporter 112 -GO -1st Row : P Gomez D Traugh K Landry R Tiernan K Vase T Fortner Y Castro and E Phlegar 2nd Row : T Gawlik. C Fernandez J Urback S Grecco. W Coker. K Dawson A. Honea R Baerg K Lauderbaugh l. Schroeder K Rand T Hamm T Karina. M Burke J Altemus. D Mitchell R Smith J Huh. Mr Seltzer and Brian Mizner 3rd Row : P Vangas. and D Grumme 12)

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Top right : Scott Show demonstrates his technical skills. Bottom right : Winston Wu making some "touch ups" on his program. Below : Sean Beck and Chris Miller discuss upcoming computer prog r amming! I 1/11111111111/ II" 124

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, ()ffif? Aclrnillistf cati()1l Ass()icati()1l -=-=-==---. \ -./ -125 From L to R : 1st row M Tiblier L. Oller. T Santos. C Wagner 2nd row E Garcia. I. Rubalcav a F Nolte. M Saldi var M. Se Dt Germaine. L. James. P Fri tts The purpose of t h e O .AA is to develop the necessary skills. knowledge. and attitudes needed by the high school student to make a happy adjustment to the work environment. The O A A polishes skills previously learned and to intergrate those skills on actual job situation s This year the O A A was very busy Between t yping papers for teachers and students ( for a fee). they found time to giv e a reception for the teachers i n teac her's week. and other activi t ies.

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r I '. I" Hrr Bub F IH' (II C' Hi t 1 run pll o pe "(I)IA SJ)()lliCIlI The Parrakeet. Balbaa's newspaper. was published every three weeks Under the sponsorship of Marsha Sprague and the editorship of Chris Miller. the staff constantly sought innovative ways to produce the best possible newspaper. While many of the articles were written by Mrs. Sprague's Journalism classes the actual newspaper layout was totally extracurricular and any student was eligible to help with the publication Nat only did the newspaper inform the stu dents of various activities and happenings around the school. it also strived to give the students an outlet with the "let ters to the editor and dedications From left to r ight: Pedro Vargas. Mrs. Sprague. Venessa MarinAsst Editor Marc Harkness People not pictured C MlllerEditor Y Ferrabane T Bright M. Fann ing. 126 U/ ... r- r t' 1 rnn plnnt Pro peet The Zeph irus is the literary and art magazI ne for Balboa H i gh S chool Ded icated to d isco very and nurturing the wri t i ng and artIst i c abIlitIes of students The Zephlrus staff work s all yeor long to compile a magazine that fully represents the vaned talents of the student b ody With a stoff of approximately twenty students the group o f dedicated individuals met dunng lunch and aHer school to select and effectively layout the works c ontributed to them Under the gUidance of Katherine Rand. the ed i tor and Mrs. Shoe. the advisor the staff looked f o r work that was anginal and creative From left to right : P Lindogan. F Nolte. Mrs. Shoe C. Miller T. Huggins K RandEditor W Wu. People not pictured: W Coker. E Garcia. T Hamm. A Harrington. K Lauderbaugh. C Ochia. L. Oxly P Vargas 1, -----.. 12 7 Jr ill t'Nl ) f'nrOr (

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I , ultur()1 President Anthony Coaxum VicePresident Nancy Nieves Secretory Debbie Bines T r e a surer Ljubi c a A r cenaux Histo rian Lamon t Colli n s The Culture Club The Culture Club a social organization. explores the various cultures and their histories Panama. being the crossroads of the world". offers a wide spectrum of students from all over the world. Sponsored by Mrs. Sanchez. the major event is centered on the Culture Club dance. Unique describes the dance because a king and queen are selected by whoever rai sed the most money and the money was placed in the Culture Club scholarsh i p Another activity celebrated was Block Heritage Week". where many students displayed thei r abi l i t i es i n talent shows and ploys 128

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Select Chorus Anthony Ames Tracy Anderson Lamount Collins Jeow Cook Yvette De La Reza Sandra Flariah Melinda Grimison John Kramer Paul Minor Teresa Morris Melondie Spencer Julie Urvack Carolyn Perez-Verano Christine Warren -.. Mix Chorus Lorenzo Alessi Notascia Alessi Stefano Alessi Yvette Ardines Charlotte Brozino Deborah Bynes Yvette Castro Cathy Craiz Candy Dragoo Terry Edward Melissa Gregory Mariro Guzman Roy Hill Akira Hosotani Kamila Johnson Kathy Lonterman 129 Angela La Rue Loraine Lear Monica Levingston Kim McSweeney Monica Meana Jeni Morrison Monica Nelson Lori Nickisher Lili Oller Medelline Palomino Donie Postre Teresa Perez Stacey Permonter Lesley Rinco Tracy Root Rhonda Schulz Darnell S m ith -Karen Starworth Dixie St. John Erika Welch Monica Welch Ray Winstead

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Upper left: The BHS band strutted thei r stuff at the Home coming parade. T o p le f t : Jud ith LaVallee conducts the band L o wer left Hamming i t up i n band. Low e r r ight Mrs. Schramm conduc t s the band i n the Christmas con c ert no J ( ( ( \ ( I ( F lute s ( G Ames T Anderson T Cl ark M Froude C Harrod M H i nes l. Johnson L Kowalsk i A Murphy W Rogue T Santos l. Schei tlen M. Spencer R Wetzstein Percussion M. Harkness J Major R S m i th B Warkman Tuba P Schleaker Trombone M Anduss J Webs Boritone D Grant C McKenzie Obie A Ames Clarinets C Brown Y Burrowes C C a stro A Green M Hampto n A Hand C Hutto E Johnso n J Jordon C Lanterman E Lovelady J Misner M T erashima / 1)1 Officers President Judith Lo V a lle Vice President C rystal Brown Sec / Treasurer Traci Anderson Managers John Keisling Racheal Wetzstei n Mary Ann H i nes Librarians Mary Beth Bowerman Scott Phenigar T ony Durham Tomm y Santos The Balboa High School Symphonic Bond consists o f talented musicians-ranging from drummers t o flutist s Providing music far the school and the communi t y the band was led by Jud i th LaValle and Mrs. Truly Schramm. This year the bond participated in homecoming b y marching i n the parade for the ver y f i r s t time Other a c t ivi ties i ncluded Christmas and Spring concerts elementary school concerts. and a bond stuff-athon which raised money f o r band awards given to superior musicians at the end o f the year.

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Members : 1st Row : R. Wetzstein. C. Perez-Venero. L. Rowland. Y Gonzalez. L Sch roeder. M. Spencer M Grimison 2nd Row : M. Nelson W Wu C Occhia. G Henry E Phlegar. D Farte S Schulte 3rd Row : M Ramirez N Goldfarb. Officers : S Schulte Vice President : B Morrisey Secretary: M Spencer. President : Mr. Howell S ponsor Candid: Brenda Melodie and Stephanie take time out to talk The National Honor Society The purpose of the Isthmian Pacific Chapter of the National Honor Society is to encourage students to follow their four main criterias : scholarship. l eadership service. and character. To be eligible a candidate must have attended U.S. Government sponsored high sc hool in Panama for at least a year. S elections of new members are made twice a year -in the fall and spr ing All candidates must have a m i nimum grade point average of a 3 5 to be selected as a member in either t h eir junior or sen ior year. 132 \ I I ---

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, Spanish Honor Society Members : B Ung. D Stumvoli C Perez-Venera. I. Espino. D Trough Mr Figueroa Seated: L Schroeder J S mith Y Ferrabone M. Kyle Officers : I. Epino Vice-President. L Sch roeder. Secretary. Mr. Figueroa Sponsor Candid: B Morrissey J Smith D Stumvoll after t heir initiation The Spanish Honor Society was established to give recognition and honor to those students who excel in their study of Spanish as a second language. The Balboa High School Chapter of this society has an affil iation with the National Spanish Honor Society. Students are e l igible for membership in the last semester of their juniar year and both semesters of their senior year. To be a candidate one must be enrolled in S panish III. IV or V and have a minimum of four A's in eight semesters I I 133

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lift? left to right Cloudia Ochia and Billy Petkidis rest ing after some sightseeing Upper r ight xamining an old cabin lower fight Scott Shaw teaches Paul Gordon the fine art of PIPe crawhng For right A peaceful moment with a peaceful view. 1]4 The purpose of this society is to give students i nterest i n the natural sciences and to encourage them in natural science careers The majority of activi t ies include field tr i ps to Smith sonian Institute Gorgas Memorial laboratory and Gorgas Hos pital and EI Boru Students must maintain a 3 0 average or have completed a year of Biology with a minimum 3 0 average 1st row from left to right : J Urback H Wolf J laValle. C Warren N lopez. M Nelson M. Ponce. l. Schroeder S Grecco. Y Gonza lez K Rand l Rowland B Petk i d i s 2nd row' B Boatwright B Thole N G old forb .1. De 10 Rew. M Ramirez C Dragseth C Perez-Venero M. Spencer G Henry R Wetzstein M Hidrovo P Gordon. J Smith D S tumvoll l Koziol. S Show. H Roybourn 3rd row W W i nston A. G flez M Stephenson BUng. D Forte D Gunn A Cooper. J Burch E Phlegar S Schu lte. R Poarup M embers not pictured' S eniors P Cowles. J Gonzolez D Knapp. J Morris. B Morrisey. G Compo C O c h i o Juniors S Jockson J letzer. M Reyes Sophomores J Keishng. 135

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At Well J)cut -fur Iliere All Ilullur An honorary arganizotion for studen t s inte rested in the dramatic arts. Thespian Troupe 314 had approximately twenty members this year. Besides their involvement in the school productions. The Night Thoreau Spent i n Jail and Prince Caspian. Thespians were involved in a variety of activities from painting children's faces to putting on skits for different parties fl JOH,.. Q E ..... ENS COLLEGE COMMUP< TY AUO TOP'UM T o p right : Patty Cowl es and Ivette De La Rezo shed a few tears befare leav ing Muncie Right : Thespians display how proud they are at the Thesp ian Festival. Left: (1st row) Leila Rowland. Rick Rekadal. Billy Petkid i s John Keisl ing. (2nd row) Mich Nelson Anne Har rington Soly G recco. Giovonne Henry Melodie Spencer. Patty Cowles (3rd row) C hrist y Goodwin. Racheal Wet stein (4th row) Julie Urback Ivette De La Rezo Bottom right: Anne Harring ton. Julie Urbac k and Kat h y Hunt-Th espian o ffi cers at work! 136

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{ - -GOETHA L S 138 . I IIIIII n II The Balboa Hig h Sch ool Junior Rese rve O ff icers Trai n ing Car ps was a ctivated in J u l y o f 1984 The female program of the Balboa JROTC was a c tivated in the sc h ool year 1972-1973 and has proudl y contributed since then. The Balboa JROTC has benn an Honor Unit every year since its activation in 1948 Since 1972 the Balb o a H igh School JROTC has earned the title of Honor Uni t with dist i n c t io n Our JROTC has several speci al un i t s who distinguish themselves from standard JROTC Company Activities by the performance o f specialized duties and o r fun c t io n s The se special unites are the MALE and FEMALE D rill Teams r i fle Team. Rangers and the Col or lUsher guard. STAFF: From left t o right : I Lt M. Durning. Msg A. Hawkins 1 Lt B Brec her 1 Lt A G reisz. Lt. Col E Phegar Maj. T Martinez 1 Lt O Mit c hell 1 Lt K Hagen. Cpt, P Coa xum. 1 Lt J Bronzino Opposite Page. b ottom l e f t : The BN Staff gets promot io n anyway they can Opposite Page. bottom right : In th e mist o f raising m oney fo r JROTC fund s Altha and Etilia take a p icture break. Middle : The JROTC lead the 1984 Homecoming Parade. T o p Right : New leader wai t patiently f or their new p os i tions Bottom Left : F ol lowing their leaders th e cadet s are about to march in the parade. 139

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( !2". The Male and Female Drill Teams are marching units made up of precisionists who dedicate themselves to making JROTC outstanding. They practice everyday after school to perform in the many different functions in which they represent Balboa These functions include : football games, Turkey Bowl and the homecoming parade. The Male Drill Team is commanded by Rolando Flores and the Female Drill Team is commanded by Terri Martinez Left to RightK Knudson G Pearson F Evers D Mit c hell M Reyes E Ortiz J Robinson, B Gibbes, R Urich E Ortiz, C. McKe n z ie M iddle-D. S mith R Flores K Knox, C. Lawrence .-, 140

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141 Top RowC Roil. C C hopin B Weather spoon T Martinez S Bailey C Bronzino 2nd RowK Knox S J enkins M Langill L Weeks Y Yearwood. C Yearwood. M Santiago. 3rd Row-A. Frey S Bickley E Wolf E Hawkins M Avila. A Rezo D Smith. R Staab

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Y Griffith M Reyes K Tucker C Putnam, A. Beasley A. Cooper, J Jolley E Houx, K Williams J Vigay, P Sanders C Miller T Edwards E Richards G Grumme, J Brockhausen L Gallardo, J Guerrero, C. Yarnall J Addlesburger, C. Santiago, D Larkin A Bondurant M Jones C. Ibanez C. Simoneit, E O rtiz Y Gonzalez K Knox, S Bolinger M Stobie, G Avila V Graham, J Mendoza, J Cuartas, P Manuel, C Reza R Winstead C Anderson B Jefferson J Ellison, P Lopez W Paddit. J Chiccehitto, R Silva, G Flores V Morales V DelPilar B Barnes, E Lopez, S Peck G Lawren c e E Ortiz F Ruiz, D Smith, D Arosemena, M. Harkness A. Testa R Luna C Dixon, J Kennedy, W. Elshoff M Guzman, M Santiago, A Green, E Lawrence, D Franco, P Rodriguez, y Yearwood, E Wolf C. Bronz ino, A Reza J Messenger, C Lawrence, F Peugnet, R Flores, T Junek L. Sydnar, L Castilleja 142

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143 K Knox. P Anderer. P Schlenk r P Lindogan. D Smit h R Rom a n P Mulle n ix. B Rasmann J V allarino. Hernandez. Y McKoy. L Jenkins J Adams. M Jolly. D Morrison R Rodriguez C Yearwood. C McKenzie G Pears on. C Cater. J Robinson R Ves t M Brasself ie ld P Waldron. C Ledezma. T Adams. C Garces. J Quintanilla K Camille L. Weels A Coazmun. T Hunter V Groves. B Gibbs L. Rinco n A Sanchez R Rodriguez J Jo hn so n M Bernabe C Mendoza. B Workman. F Granam. C C hopin Watson. J Lan gill D Roman G Bernandi T Keels R Urich C Churxh. F Evers. B Meredith. H Richards E S ounders M. Busta mante. S Bailey T Staab. J Anthony. R McElro y. P Gomez. V Pa yne. C Roil. K Knudsen M. Langill. Egreen idge. R Peterson A. Frey S Bickly M. Dixon E Vega. S Jenkins N Traylor E Santiago. S McKeever

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11-11 ()(){)I) 11-11 I3AI) 11-11 B ack Row : Bonilla F.; Lark i n D,; Vigay, j ,; Brockhausen j ,; Ibanez, j ; Ruiz, G.; G r u mme, G.; Santiago, C,; M cElro y R,; C hur c h c. ; Peanel, F,; G reen e, A,; Rincon, F,; Hunt e r T Front R o w : Greaves, A.; An derer, P.; Win ste ad, R,; Silva R,; C uartas j ,; Lindogan, p,; Gomez, p ; S a ntiag o E,; P a y n e V Top R ight: It s times lik e this Shaw n wish es h e had taken gym! Righ t ; Are we BAD o r w hat?" 144

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Left : Knock it oH.1 dare yo!" Bottom Left : Ray Winstead gets his long awaited cord from the Rifle Team commander. Joe Addlesberger. Left to right : E Phlegar M Reyes J Addlesberger. R Winstead E Houx K Hagan.

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Steca Top Right : Yodiro Griffith, olpha company's secret weapon, awaits her chance to hit the ball. Top Left : Charlie company commander Jesus Quintanilla takes the plunge. Bottom: J esus T err;' and Danny p lan thei r strategy against E -C o r 14 6

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Coming to BHS as a teacher in 1962 Dr. Eugene Bondurant quickly rose on the ladder of success From becoming a highschool counselor in 1966 to assuming the principalship of Balboa High in 1978 Dr. Bondurant's commitment to education and the students of BHS has never faltered Originally from North Carolina where he attended Duke University Dr. Bondurant rece i ved a bachelor's degree in Mathematics and his Master's degree in Administation later. he furthered his educati on at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill by receiving his Ph.D in Admi nistration Although he enjoyed h i s work tremendously Dr. Bondurant stated that he would hove enjoyed less paperwork so that he could've spent more time with the students Still, he felt that being the principal of BHS has been an enrichi ng experi ence which he will always remember In January. Dr. Bondurant leH for Greenville, South Carolina where he plans to look for employment and en joy his retirement We thank him for his years of dedicati on and serv ice to Balboa High School and we wish him luck in his future endeavors ) J"" ... / / 14 6

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BHS has been fortunate enough to have Ms. E l a ine Lewis as the new vice-pr i n cipal. We hope that she continue s t o porticipate i n making BHS as success fu l as i t has been previously Two new members of the office stoff are Mrs. Stout e receptio nist. and Mrs. James. Transcr ipt Clerk. Other members include : Mr Porchment the collecting agent; Mr. Moy ers the supply clerk ; Mrs. Ford the secretory. who has been with BHS since J uly 1978 or as she put it "forever" ; and Mrs. Tojeiro who was temporarily replaced so she could give birth to a healthy .. "'..-baby girl. The counse l ors who assist in helping the students with thei r future plans ore: Mr Anderson-Sophomore Counselo r Mrs. Wh iteJ unior Counselor and Mr Mowery-Senior Counselor .. '-. "-"-" r -"-"-" ",-' . ,-. ... -. . -Mr Barrowes has been the assistant principal in charge o f activi t ies since Feb 19 80 149 I .. .. -

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The members of the Art department are Mr. Dek l e the department chai rperson Mrs. Reeves and Miss Timko who is the departments newest member. The Business Education Department is filled by Miss Piper Ms. Manchestor Mrs. Morrisey Miss Scott. and Mr Ramirez Miss Piper serv es as department head. Pictured are Mrs. Sanchez Mrs. Peterson and Mr. S eltzer Mrs. Peterson is the department chairperson and Mrs. Sanchez and Mr. Seltzer are the Computer Club sponsors The Foreign Language department members are Mrs. Denley who teaches French and Mrs. Epifanio Mr. Figueroa Mrs. O Caliaghan and Mr. Vaz who teach S panish Mr. V az is the department chai rper son. 150 I .,[

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I I .. 1 51 The Industr i al Arts Deportment consists of Mr Egerton and Mr. Turner who ore new this yeor to Balboa High S chool. and Mr Willoughby the deportment chairperson who has been here at BHS forever. Members of the JROTC stoff ore SFC Kiniery SSG Schiflett and Mr. Rodriguez the JROTC Supply Clerk Maj. Batizy the deportment chairperson is not pictured The language Arts deportment is the largest deportment of the sc h ool. It consists o f Mr. Basinger Mr. Camp. Mrs. Denley Ms. Gordill Ms. Schramm Mrs. Sprague Mr. Wall Mr Johnson who serves as the drama advisor and Mrs. Corbett. who is the deportment chairperso n Newcomer s to BHS ore Mrs. Shea and Mr. Ronson who is the Zonian advisor.

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The Mathematic s department cons i s t s o f Mr. B y rne the department chai rperson Mr. A mes Mr. Howell Mr. Ognibene, Mrs. Sanchez Mr Williams and the newest member, Mrs. Lavallee The physical education department members are Mr. Sweeney, Mrs. Yaung and Mr Oliver who is the department chai rperson In charge of the mix and select chorus intermediate and symphonic band, Ms. Schramm is the sale member o f the Music Department. Pictured at right is the Science and Health department which is made up of Mr. Norman the chairperson Mr. Quinn Mr. Kitchen Mr. Oliver, Mr. Holland Mrs. Reeves Mrs. Boud i n and Mr Thole 152 \ -'"

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1"' -" --------. ... ... -. . 153 -4 The Social S tudies department are Mr. Beldes. who also f inds time to teach driver s education after school. Mrs. Sosa Mr Wright who is the department chairperson and Mr Jacobs. The librar y staff are Mrs. Ramirez the librar ian. Mrs. Deheck. the media special ist. and the newes t member, and Ms. Tol er. The speci al aids department is made up of Mrs. Deaver, Mrs. Othon. who is also schoo l nurse. Mrs. Ognibene. Mrs. Gillis. Ms. Berger and Mrs. Camp. Mrs. Deaver is the chairperson

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Ille ()rt x luti u ll Stca" While any spectator would think the bunc h of kids i n room 808 were runn ing around in circles, we were really putting this book together, R u shing t o meet deadlines, counting (YUCK) copy, and pleading with photographers for pictures made 4th period hectic, but, in the end, all the headaches and potential nervous breakdowns were worth it! Spotlight on B.H.S is designed to help you remember 011 t h e happy, fun, and sentimental times that B H S is all about. Development o f our theatrical theme ond uniformity in layouts were some o f the aspects o f production that we stresse d so that we wou ldn t only picture the acti vit ies and faces but wou ld also capture the emotion and spirit o f the whole student body. -/ / / From Top-Bottom (L-R): Danny Mitchell, Je nnifer Jef fries C hristy Goodwin, Monica Hidrovo, Jeow Cook, Juan Cuartas, Christie Warren, Irma Milemon, William Cornett, Mr Ran so n Mari Smith Maru j a Davis, Mabel Diaz, Patty Cowles Kim Lauderbaugh, Dian a S tumvoll Michelle Wilecze k Dixie St, Jo hn Victor Fernand ez Yesenia Ferrabone, Crystal Brown Anne Harrington Angela McDonald. 1 56

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o o CJ o o o o o o o o o o CJ CJ o o o o o o Ille f)u x luers Advisor ..... Editors in Chief in Chief Photographers. Student Ufe Editor Assistant ... Senior Section Editor Assistants Junior Section Editor Assistants Sophomore Section Editor Assistant .... Sports Editor Assistants Steve Ranson Crystal Brown Anne Harrington Sean Beck Chris Miller Juan Cuortas Victor Fernandez Mark Harkness Mrs White Nikki Fanning Potty Cowles Kmberly Lauderbaugh Diona Stumvoll ...... Mabel Diaz Susanne Rasmussen Jeow Cook .. Chnstle Warren Winston Wu Michelle Wlleczek .. Nancy Smith Kelly Dawson Clubs and Organizations Editors Mabel Dioz Nikki Fanning Dena Grippo Moruja Davis Assistant .. JROTC Editor Angelo McDonald .. Michelle Wileczek .. Donny Mitchell o o o o o o o o o o o o o Faculty Section Editor Assistants Business Editor Index Editors Art Editor Artists Christy Goodwin Jennifer Jeffries Mori Smith Mori Smith .. William Cornett Irma Milemon .. Monica Hldrovo Brian Brecher Yesela Ferrabone Jackie Gonzales Yetzel Lawerance Tonja McGee DIxie St John Pedro Vangos 1 57 o n o o o o o SMOUJ Musr Go dtJ I

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" How about a dunking machine?" "S eniors have reserved that already. "Car wash?" "Everybody does carwashes!" This may not sound familiar to all the students o f B H S but to those on the Zonian business stoff, this conversat ion was all too fami liar I Raising money for the yearbook was no easy task I t tokes hours upon hours of wark to raise lots and lots of money. Ad sales car washes, yearbook sales, dances, and drive-in movies were many of the activities the stoff held to help raise money for the yearbook. Thanks f o r all t h e help! Bake sale?" "Are you kidding me?" r< 1 59 ----Opposite page : (Top L to R ) Neysa Watley, I t zel Lawrence, Giovanni Henry M o nico Hidrovo T e resa Perez Julissa James C hristina Wagner, Mar y Brownlow. Lower Left: Officers : Neysa Watley, Julissa James Teresa Perez and Itzel Lawrence. Left: SeIling i n acti on! Right : Ms. Piper adv i sor Above: Mari Smit h polishes on ad layout. Below : J ulissa James selling yea rbooks at "Smokeout."

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Tile 4cacleIllY 4wcarcls Senior Honor Graduates Arceneaux. Ljubica Ayala Mary Ball. Kim Binzer Sharon Boatwright. Bobby Boque Scott Brown. C rystal Brownlow Mary Burch James Camp. Gina Caturia Susan Cooper. Andrew Cowles Patricia Davis Maruja Dawson. Kelly Ferrabone. Yesenia Fisher. Richard Fussel. Tracy Gallardo. Lizbeth Garcia. Erika Gonzalez. Jaqueline Gonzalez. Yvette Gramlich. Greg Greisz Allen Gunn. Daniel Hamm T eresa Harrington Anne Hayes Theresa Henry Giovanni Hidrovo Monica Hunt John Hurst Harris Karino Takeshi King Kirsten Knapp. Darren Konnagan. Kristen K o ziol Liesel Kyle Monica Laakso Karen Lanterman. Veronica LaValle Judith Lindogan. Phillip Martinez. Terry Minor. Paul Morris Jesse Morrissey Brenda Neil. Juanita Nolte. Sergio Ochia. Claudia Oxley. Lisa Paarup. Rene Palmer Benjamin Perez -Venero. C aroline Phlegar Emory Rand Katherine Rasmussen Susanne Raybourn Herbert Revello Patricia S chroeder. Lara Schulte Stephan ie Shaw. Scott Smith. Jaden Smith Marianela S mith Roger Spencer. Melodie S t e phenson Micheal S tumvoll D iana Terashima Miyako Tokomuto. Anne Traugh D iana Ung Bernardo Urba c k Julie Valle Julie Vishwanath. Revanaw Wetzstein Racheal Wolf. Henrietta H o n or Graduates are listed i n alphabetical order Valedict o r ian S aluti t o r ian 160

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Z'o ollr dallflltter Kil1at Krasell1ick, al1d tlte class of '85 COl1gratu/atiol1s al1d best wishes for success il1 the future 'Jrolll !follr pnre'llt; ,;l lr. & .Mrs . M. Kmseillid !follr ;i,-tas rnli. nlld nto. nlld !follr brotlter .Arid. .Also wnrlll (ollg mtlllnti o lls jmlll !f(llIr gmlldpnreJIts. Brln Kmsdllid. (nllill IIl1d )1 iri,"d [Ibnl/Ill. 1 62

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H.R Lic. Jaime Bell Junta Comunal Congra tulates de San F e lip e Julissa James, and wishes her Congratulates, th e and the Class '85 Class o f '85 best of luck. Smooth Sailin g t o the Clas s of '85 1 63

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PiCCOLO DiSTiNCiDN mASCULiNA LE mEJOR PARA EL HomBRE DE PANAmA C[]ngratulates the Class []f '85 and the BHS Staff Fulvia N[]l te o 1 65

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.. .. -Mucha exito en el futuro a la clase graduando del '85 en especial a Katia I. Medrano. Son los sinceros deseos de Inmobiliana Mediterranea S.A. Ingeniero Gregorio Castillero, Sra. e hijos, desean exitos a los graduandos de 1985 1 66

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CLINICA NACIONAL HOSPI T PARA LA M(JJER S .A. WISHES KATIA I. MEDRANO SUCCESS IN THE FUTURE AND BEST OF LUCK TO THE CLASS OF '85 CENTRO MEDICO ALEXANDER FLEMING S.A. Ie desea a Katia I. Medrano y a los graduandos del '85 triunfo ensu futuro. 1 67

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Members : Captai n-Crystal Brown. Captain-Potty C owles Carol A nn Fernandez Debbie Erhart Christina Rezo Trae i Anderson Lori Niekersher Ire n e Katsumo t o. S ponsorS heila Smi th 1 68

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NA TlONAL FINANCE S.A. CONGRATULATES MONTY R. BURCK AND THE GRADUATING CLASS OF 1985 AND WISHES THEM SUCCESS IN THEIR FUTURE ENDEAVORS 11; AVF CENTRAl. TEL 6.! 1 H' APT[)O jlYrJ PANAMA RP P lilZJ dt! MiI)o Tdl> 62 62Oj] the of '85 It's the end of the year, We' ve finally made it! We have graduated, Freedom at last! And yet there' s nostalgia, As we look at each other, For those memorable moments, Of a glorious past! Congratulations to our fellow graduates: Mabel, Katia, Monica, Yesenia, Giovanni, Yitzel, Dixie, and Isabella. 1 69

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THE FOLLOWING PARENTS WISH TO CONGRATULATE THEIR SONS John and S andra Frank J ohn and Cliff Frank ---Micheal & C armel Tiernan Ralph Tiernan ON THEIR GRADUATION Kai & Eveline Paarup Rene Paarup Larry & Aggie Gramlich Gregg Gramlich Ron & Marty Wallace John Kraemer Micheal & Elaine Stephenson Michael Stephenson -. -I J Rolando & Martiza Winberg Stephen Winberg Jack & Pat Hunt John Hunt

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CORTESIA DE LOS BUSES NO. 25 ZAMEN REY Y 28 JENNIFER DE LA RUTA PANAMA, COLON ULTRACOLPA TELS. 47-3215 / 3964 Deouty Shop "We specioh"ze in precision hoircurs." Telephone : 252-5J22 COOPERATIVE WORK EXPERIENCE 171

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I3IST WISIlIS FROM: Ms. Piper TO: Cristina Wagner Lorraine Lear Daniza Dominguez Tiffany Elmore Irene Rubalcalva Roldano Rivera FROM: Mr Carlos Vaz TO: All the class of 85 Janett Bronzino Priscilla Fritts Dolores Escobedo Julissa James Genetta Staple Lilly Oller Tamy Santos Joanna Ellison Madeline Palomino TO: Angelica R Lord FROM: Priscilla S Fritts T O : Julissa James F R OM : L. E Qui ros TO: Daniza Dominguez FROM: Julissa James TO: Eddie Houx FROM: Puki TO: Julissa James FROM: Norma Brown TO: Julissa James FROM: E Bragin TO: Roldano Rivera FROM: Tammy TO: The Senior Class of 1985 FROM: Teresa Perez TO: Teresa Perez FROM: Your sister-Michelle TO: Teresa Perez FROM: Your father-Miguel A. Perez TO: Teresa Perez FROM: Your mother-Tilma E Perez TO: Teresa Perez TO: Tammy & Rodano FROM: Your sister-Emma FROM: Rainerd TO: Teresa Perez TO: Julissa James FROM: Daniza Dominguez FROM: Deni TO: Estefano Alessi T O : Julissa James FROM: Anonymous FROM: Reinaldo Blackman TO: Julissa James TO: Priscilla Fritts FROM: Mr. Esteban Mayers FROM: Teresa Perez TO: Monica K & Anna F TO: Cristina Wagner FROM: Maria K. & Maria F FROM: Teresa Perez 172 TO: Brian A Brecher FROM: Mabel Dioz TO: Senior Class 85 FROM: Neysa Walley

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A Abresch, John 19 Acuna, Rene 67 Adorns, John 67. 143 Adams. Thomas 143 Addlesberger, Joseph 142. 145 Aguilar. Aimeth 51 Aguilar. Haydee 67 Aguilera. Morio 12, 19. 46, 120. 14 Albergo. Fronk 67 Alessi, lorenzo 19, 129 AlessI. Notoscio 129 AleSSi. Stefano 19. 129 Allard, Mchael 19 Almazan. FranCISCo 67 Almlliotegul Angelica 67 Altemus, Jeffrey 67 Alves. Audrey 51. 92 Amaro. Marcello 67 Amedee, Vanessa 51 Ameglto Chris tina 67 120 Ames, Anthony 67, 129 131 Ames, Gabriela 131 Anderer. Paul 51. 143. 144 Anderson. Craig 51, 154 Anderson, Eva 6,67.117,120 Anderson, Traci 19, 93, 129 131 Andress, Yvonne 51 Anduss, Mark 67. 131 Anthony, John 67. 143 Anthony. Tracey 19, 94 Apold. Andrew 51 Aral. Yasuyo 67 Arango. OSIriS 51 Afouz Norman 19 92. 93 Arceneaux, LJubica 19, 128. 160 Archibald Angelico 67 ArCiniega Anoo 67 Ardlnes, Yvette 51, 129 Arias Jean 67 Arias Mono 19 120 Arms. Belinda 51 Arosemena, Roberto 67 AVila. Gilda 51, 141, 142 Ayala, Mary 19, 160 Azcorraga, Fronk 67 Azua, MelISsa 67 Azua, Veronica 51 B Boer, Ronald 19 Baerg. RobIn 20, 129 Babb, James 68 Balf. Ronald 19 BaIley, S heIla 68, 141, 143 Boker, Kyle 20 BaldWin, Joel 66, 68 Barks. Rachel 68 1 7 4 Barnes, Grover 142 Barrowes, Yvette 68, 131 Bates, Roger 51 BatIsta, Juan 51 Boyer. Thomas 68 Beasley, Andrea 68. 142 Beasley, Fielding 51 Beck, Sean 20, 124 1 57 Beers, John 68 Beers, William 20 Bell, Lisa 20 Belhdo, Lizbeth 68 Benningoff, Wilbur 51, 86 Benson, C atherine 68 Bernabe, Marcos 51 Bernave -Texres, Angel 68, 143 BernardI, Gall 68, 143 Best, KImberly 68 8lskley, Shern 68. 1d1, 143 Binder Enc 51 Blackfexd Gene 68 BleVIns, Cnstlne 20 BoatWright. Robert 20, 135 160 Bogue, Scott 20, 160 Bolander, Jason 68 Bollinger, S herry 68, 1d2 Bolten Tanya 68 Bondurant, Altho 51, 139 142 Bonilla, Fernando 86, 144 BOQuin, Fernando 51 Bowerman, Mary 51. 131 Boyd, Jaun 68 BoyeTt. Doris 20 Boyle, C arolyn 51 Broce, Jeffrey 20 BrassfIeld. Mayzie68, 117, 121, 143 Brecher Alexander 20, 101, 139 Breckenridge, Jane 20 Breckner Jodi 159 Brewer DaVId 86 Bnght Thomos68, 117 BrOCkhausen Johann 68, 11d Brockhausen, Frednck 21 Branzlne Charlotte 68, 129, 1d1, 142 Bronzlno Janet 21, 139 Brooks Geexge 51 Brown Crystal 6, 12,21 d4 93, 131, 156, 157 160 192 Brown Cynthia 131 Brown, Kalheflne 51 B rown, Shown 68 Brown Vicki 51 Brownlow, Mary 21,117.159,160 Btesh, Solomon 68. 92, 121 Bumgarner, Annelle 68 Burch, James 21. 135, 160, id Burchett. Arlanne 51 BurCk, Monty 7, 21, 123 Burkett, Albert 21 Burnett Janet 68 BUSSIere. DIrksen 2 1 Bustamante, David 69, 143

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Byard Jeffrey 51 Bynes Debofah 21, 129 c Cabezo, Guillermo 51 Cabrera, Ingrid 51 Cabrera, Jozmeira 69 Calderon, Annette 52 Caldon, Chris 21 Caldon, James 69 Call Damon 69 Coli George 21 Camille Kenneth 69 143 Camp, Gino 21. 94 135 160 Campbell, Joseph 69 Campbell. Ronald 22 Connon. Leslie 52, 20 Canters Pleter 52 CorbaJOI. Kevin 22 Carrero Jorge 52 Carroll Daniel 69 Cartagena, Richard 52 88 Corter, Crystol69, 143 Corter, Fresia 22 CastllleJO Leslie 22, 9.:1, 142 Castillo Charles 22 Castleton, Edward 69 Castro. Christina 69, 131 Castro, Hector 69 Castro, Yvette 52, 123. 124 Cotuna, Susan 22, 160 Cozobon, Rodolfo 52 61 Centeno, EriC 52 Chon, Mary 69 Chopin, Cassandra 69, 141, 143 Chavoya, Norma 69 Cheeks Roy 22 Cheeks Sharon 69 Chlccehitto, LOUIS 69, 142 Chocron, Jose 22 Church Chnstopher 69, 143 144 Cisneros Deborah 22 Cisneros Irene 69 Clark Pamela SQ 52 Clark Trlna 69, 131 Claus IIdaura 5.:1, 96 Claus Jaime 22 45 Clouse Robert 69 Coaxum. Anthony 22. QQ, 128 1.:13 Coaxum. Patrick 22, 139 Cohen, Ruth 22 Coker, Robert 11, 52 Coker, Willie 10 11, 12, 22,9.:1 117, 123 127 Coleman, Laura 22 Collins Lamont 22, 128 129 Collins Stacy 69 Comeaux, Christina 69 Comee, Tracy 69 Connard, Kerry 69 Cook, Jeow 52, 69 129 156 157 Cooper. Andrew 23 90 117 135 '.2, 160 CarCIOne Jose 23 Corclone, Nicolas 69 Cornett. Ruth 69 Cornett, William 23, 156, 157 Corrigan Eddylynn 70 Cowles Gregory 52 92 Cowles. Patricio 6, 8 23, .:17, 93. 102 117 135 156, 136 157 160 Craddock, Jeanne 12, 23 .:16, 47, 93, 102, 117, 120 Craddock, John 69 Craig, Cathy 69 129 Crisostomo Regina 23 Crowley, Brenda 70, 98 Cruz Morisol 70 Cruz-De llano, Magdeleno 52 Cuartas Juan 23 1.:12. 144 156 157 Currier, Francis 90 Custodio Marie 52 D Daddio. Joey 92 Dahlstrom, Steven 70 Dome. Susan 70 Daniel. Ennis 70 Davidson, Alfredo 70, 101 Davis Maruja 23, 9.:1. 156. 157, 160 Davis Xiomara 70, 100 Dawson Kelly 12, 23 120, 123 157. 160 De Abate, Guiseppe 52 Dean. Claudette 70 De La Guardia, Augustin 70 De La Guardia, Larissa 70 De La Rezo Ivette 52, 120 121. 129 135 136 Delegado, lyneth 23 De St. Germain Monlque 52 125 Del Pilar, Veronica 70, 142 Delgado, Moria 70 Deluco. Antonio 88 Diaz Ingrid 52 Diaz Jose 23 Diaz, Luis 24 47 Diaz, luis C 23 Diaz Mabel 2.:1, 117, 120, 121, 156 157, ,. Dixon James 1.:12 D i xon. Moria 52, 1.:13 Dominguez, Oaniza 2.:1 Dorros, Usa 52 Dragoo, Candace 52 129 Dragseth CarOlyn 52 135 Druesedow, Michelle 24 Dugan, T ricia 70 DugUId Koren 53 Duguid, Robert 70 175 )

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-Duhon. Philip 70 Durfee. Christopher 70 Durham, Anthony 86. 131 Durning Terry 24. 139 E Eastham George 70 Ebner C arlos 53 Echevarrioi. Cynthia 53 Edwards Julio 70 Edwards. Terry 53, 129 1A2. 146 Ekman PatricIO 7 53 Joanna 24 142 Elmore Tiffany 12. 24. 47 Eishoff William 53, 142 Engelke John 53 Engelke Laurie 70 Erhart Deborah 53, 93, 117 ErICkson. Heather 70 117 Errhalt MIchael 53 EscoJa. Nancy 53 87 Escobedo Dolores 53 Escobedo, Lauro 70 Espino Isabello 24. 94 Espinosa ElliS 24 Estripeaut Jeanette 53, 70 Estus. lacey 70 Evers Frederick 143 F Fobrego. Roberto 71 Fohlgren Koren 71. 117 120 Fanning Mark 71 Fanning Nicole 24 94. 124 157 Fonas Sondra 71 Fe,eron louvlno 53 Fernandez. Ana 121 Fernandez, Carlos 53 Fernandez, Corol-Ann 6 8 24 46, 93, 123 Fernandez, Victor 53, 156 157 Ferrobone, Mllagro 71 Ferrobone. YesentQ 25. 120 126 156, 157 160 Ferrell. Chester 25 99, 103 FerriS. Notosho 53, 121 Fisher, Richard 25. 47, 90 160 Flores, Guillermo 53, 142 Flores. LydiC 53, 71 Flores. Matthew 25 Flores Rolando 25, 140 142 Flores, Rosouro 71 Florian Sondra 71. 129 Flumoch 53 Folsom John 53 Forte Dorren 53 132. 135 Fortner Traci 12 25. 9.1, 123 Foster Tomy 71 176 Franco Diona 25. 142 Fronk Clifton 25 Fronk John 25 Frausto. Julio 53 Frey Amber 71. 141. 143 Friedrich. Alan 25 Fritts. Mary 71 Fritts, Priscilla 25. 120. 121. 125 Fraude. Marilee 71, 131 Fukumoto. Shoo ichi 71 Fuller. Michelle 25 Fuqua. Christopher 71 Furlong. Brenda 4, 53, 91.117 Furlong. Rolph 71 Fussel. Tracy 160 G Galindo. Manuefita 71 Gallardo. Lizabeth 91 142. 160 GambOa. Luz 26 Gannon. Dorllelle 26 Garces. Clar!bel 71. 143 Garcia. Erika 26. 125. 127. 160 Garcia. Nancy 26 Garcia. Raymond 100 Garcia. Rene 101 Gardner, Dennis 71 Garner, John 71 Gosnell. Gwendolyn 53 GaWlik, Thom a s 53, 64. 123 Geddes. Michael 71. 92 George. Darren 71 George. Nicky 71 Gibbs Billy 71, 140 Gibson, Angela 26 Gilbert, MIchelle 53 Gill. Jocquelrne 26 Goff, Jeffrey 26, 88 Goldfarb, Neil 53, 132 135 Goldsberry, Jeannette 71 Goldsberry. R!chard 53 Goldstein. MIChael 26, 45 Gomez. Pablo 54, 123. 143, 144 Gomez. Paul 54 Gonzalez. Jacqueline 26. 135, 157. 160 Gonzalez. Jose 71. 97 Gonzalez. Nancy 71 Gonzalez. Yvette 26, 94. 132, 135. 142, 160 Goodwin. linda 12, 26. 136. 156, 157 Googe. Kenneth 135 Gordan. Gabriel 54 Gordon. Paul 54, 134. 135 Graham, Ferdinand 72, 97, 143 Graham. Vonda 26. 142 Groml!ch. Greg 27. 160 Greaves. Anayonsi 54. 144 Grecco. Solymor 27 117 120. 123, 135 136

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-7 7 -4_ 177 Green, Andrew 72 131 142 141 Green, Cathy 72 Green, lee 27, 93 Green, LUIS 72 Greenidge. Emilda 27 143 Greer. Angelo 72 GregOfY Melissa 72 12Q Greisz. Alan 27 135 139 160 Griff ith, Yodlra 27 100 142 146 Griggs Wolter 54, Q() Grimison Melinda 7 8 54 98 117. 129 132 Grippo. Dena 27 94 157 Grove. Vincent 54, 93, 143 Grumme. Dorren 12, 27 44 90. 117 120 Grumme. Garth 72 142 144 Guerrelro Sheila 54 Guerrero, Juan 54 142 Guerrero, Ruth 54 Guimoroes. Claudio 27 Gunn Doniel 27. 135 160 Guti errez K i m 72, 96 Guzman. Mario 54 129 Guzman, Mono 54, 112 H Hagar Roberto 54 Hogen. Karl 27, 139 145 Haines Linda 27 Halt. Usa 54 92 Hall, Moria 54 Homm. Purv i s 90 Homm Teresa 28 123 127, 160 Hampton. lucio 72 Hampton. MIchele 72. 131 Hand, Alexandra 10, 11. 72 131 Handhond. Helen 72 Harkness, Marc 72 131, 142 157 Harmond Damaris 28 Harrington Anne 11, 28 127. 136 156 157 160 19 2 Harris, Wilham 72 HarrOd Candace 72 131 Harry. Carlos 103 Hortman Mark 72 120 Hashimoto Ch ikako 72 Hattaway. William 54 Hausberg Joelle 28 Hauser Anne 72 87 Hawkins Etilia 28 141 Hoyden. Holly 54 Hayes Theresa 28 94, 160 Heeres Deborah 28 Helin Tracey 72 Hemm Antony 72 Henry Donna 72 Henry GlovonnlQ 14 28 .9. 120 121. 132 135 136 159 160 Hern Yvette 54 Hernandez V ic t o r 7 0 143 Herrero A lexander 28 Herrera Manuel 54 Heyde. Tim 28 H i dr o v o. MoniCO 2 8 120 1 2 1 135 156 157. 159 160 HIli. R o ry 28 129 Hines. Mary 2 8 94 1 3 1 H irago, Tokeyuk i 54 Hoogland Kat i e 72 Hobbs Conn i e 54 Hobbs Tanya 72 Hojlo. Retta 72 Holland Sean 28 Holland Seonan 72 Holland Ernest 72 HoIov lak. Tamara 72 Honea. Abby 54 89 123 Honea Amy 28 Hooks Naomi 73 Hooper Katio 73 Hopple Kenneth 12, 29 HosotanL Aki ra 73 Houx Edd i e 29 142 145 Howard. Javier 29 Hubbard Shar o n 54 Huber Kather ine 73 102 Huggins Timithee 73 135 Hughes Michael 73 Hughes Tina 29 Hughs Julie 73 Hughs Michael 29 90 Hunt Catherine 29 Hun: John 29 86 160 Hunt Rebecca 73 100 Hunter Terrance 73. 143 144 Hunter Z inc 73 Hurst. Harris 29 46. 120 160 Hutt John 73 Hutto. Robert 29 Hutto, Suzannah 66 73 131 I Ibanez Carlos 73 142 144 Ibarra Jenny 117 leaza Edward 73 90 Inchousti Gui llermo 73 Isler. Matthew 7 3 J Jackson Eric 54 103 Jackson Melissa 73 Jackson Samuel 54 121. 135 Joen. Jose 54 88 James ..hJlisso 29 159 Jarboe, Donln 54 Jefferson Beatrice 29 94 Je ff erson Melissa 54

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Jeffries, J ennifer 29 156, 157 J enkins, Stacey 55 141, 143 Jenkins Stephen 84 90 jennings, Barry 99 Johansson iveca 73 20 Johnson EleanOf 73, 89, 131 Johnson Elizabeth 73 Johnson Jerel 55, 129 Johnson Kamila 129 Jolley, Jenni fer 55, 73, 142 Jolley, Matthew 88, 143 Jones lynette 73 Jones, Marr i a 30, 90, 1.:12 Jones, lee 73 Jordan, Jessica 73, 91, 131 Jordan, Marie 55, 89, 13 Jorgensen, Michael 55 Junek Theresa 73 142 Jungenberg, Geraldine 73 K Kane Devin 55 Karino Takeshi 30 123, 160 Kaufman, Michelle 73 Keels Tanya 30 Keisling JOhn 11, 59 74, 131 135. 136 Keith, Stacey 55, 188 Kennedy, John 74. 142 Kenney, Charles 74 Kessel Kathryn 16, 30 Khaleel Alejandro 36 Kiefer Gbed 55 King Kirsten 30 160 King William 7 4 Kirkland Crist ina 14. 55 Kirschner Karl 55 Kirschner Karla 55 Kirton, Alex 74 Kirton, Lizette 74 Kishi. Keiko 55 Kline Chr istopher 30 97 Knapp, Darren 30, .:16, 135 160 Knapp, lorrane 55 Knox, Karen 7 4 141. 142, 143 Knox Katherine 55 140, 143 Knudsen Kim 74. 140, 143 Konnagan, Kristen 30, 160 Kourany Sandra 74.117, 12b Kowalski, laurye 74, 89 131 Koyner Cristela 55 Koziol Liesl 12, 30, 135, 160 Kraemer, John 30 .:16, 20 Krapfl Kern 55 Krase l nick Rinat 30 120 121 Kroesen Robert 55 Krummel Amir 74 103 Kyle Moni c a 31. 120, 121 160 L laakso Karen 31, 98 160 lamb, Benjamin 55 landry, Karen 31, 123 Lane, Carlos 55 lane, Magda 31 lane, Robert 31 langill, James 143 langill, Maria 31, 141, 143 lanterman, Cathe r ine 55, 129, 131 lanterman, Veronica 8 31, 47 100, 160 larkin, David 7.:1, 142 144 larsen, Catherine 31 120 larue, Angela 55 129 Latorre. Angela 55 lauderbaugh, Kimberly 16 31, 92, 123 127 156 157 Lavallee, Judith 11, 31, 116, 130,131, 135 150 160 Lavecch ia Renee 74 laverty, Michael 31, 86 lawrence, Armand 31 lawrence, Erasrno 74 Lawrence, Gene 74 142 Lawrence, Yvette 74 lawrenceRey Yetzel 32 94 120 121. 157. 159 lawson, Lisa 74 Leach, Richard 32 lear, loraine 55 129 leblance, Scott 74 Ledezma, Carlos 32 1.:13 lee, Janet 55 Len-Rios Antonio 74 lester. Phillip 55 Letzer, Jock 55 97 135 levy, Liliana 74 Lewis James 88 Lim, Sora 32 Lindogan, Julie 32 Lindogan, Phillip 11. 32 90 143, 144, 160 Liptai Rita 55 98 Little, Ken 11, 55 livingston, Monica 56 129 Lizardi, Robert 74 long. Sora 56 lopez, Edgar 74 lopez, Eliezer 56 1.:12 Lopez, Marco 56 lopez, Nancy 32 135 lopez, Natalia 74 Lopez, Peter 142 lord, Angelico 32 120, 121 Lovaas, Deroo 74 121 lovelady, Eva 74, 131 lowery. John 56 Luna Rocky 56, 142 Lyons, Jerome 74 178

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Lytle, Ronald 56, 88 M Macmurdy, Down 56 Maduro, Gladys 32 Magee, Nancy 74 ,117 Major Jock 32 Malave, Hector 32 Malave, Virginia 75 Mallia Stephen 56, 88 Mamiye. Moises 56 Manuel. Prudencia 102 142 Mopes. Bnan 75 Marin Ula 75 Marrero-Lopez Gllberto 75 Marshall Marianela 75 Mortin, Angela 32 56 Martin Robert 75 Martinez. Cristina 75 87 Martinez Louis 75 Martinez. Tamara 32 Martinez Terri 33 139 141, 160 Martino Anthony 56 Martiz Niza 75 Mattaden. Koren 75 Matthews. Lorrin 75 Mayles. Philip 75 Mozikowski Usa 75 117 Mc Conaughey, Stacey 75 Mc Gee, Tonjo 33 157 McDonald. Angelo 6 33 45, 121, 156 157 McDonald. Michelle 56 McElroy Robert 75, 143 144 McFarlane Janilka 75 McKay, Alvis 1013 McKay, Richard 56 McKay, Yhilena 56 143 McKeever, Shown 33. 90, 121, 143 McKenzie, Carlos 75, 131, 140 143 McClean, Anjanette 56 McQuary. Michelle 75 McQuary, Patrick 56 104 McReynolds, Rolph 56 McSweeney, Kimberly 75 129 Mead, Selene 75 Meadows, Valerie 75 Meana, Monico 56, 129 Medina, Maribel 33 Medrano, Katla 101, 33 120 121 Meissner Bnan 75 Melcher Edward 75 Mendoza, Cesar 75 143 Mendoza, Javier 142 143 Meredith, David 56, 1013 Merry. James 33, 88 Messenger Jill 75 142 Messenger James 56 Meyer Nicole 75 Milemon Irma 33 156 157 Miller, Chris 33, 117, 124 126 135 142 157 Minor Paul 33 120, 129 160 Misner Jodie 76 131 Mitchell Daniel 33 123 139 1010, 146 156 157 Mitts Robin 4 56, 96, 117 Mokillo Larissa 56 MOkillo Richard 33 Moore, Wando 56 Moore, William 34 Morales Miguel 56 Morales Victor 34, 1012 Morgan, Kim 56 87 Morgan, Raul 56 Morris Jesse 34 14, 120 135 160 Morris Teresa 34 129 Morris, Thomas 76 Morrison Dalys 34 94 Morrison, Debora 34 Morrison, Jennifer 8 34, 129 Morrison John 76 143 Morrisey Brenda 34 46. 86 160 Morrisey Joseph 76 Mullenix, Philip 56 143 Murphy, Angelo 76 131 Murphy, Steven 56, 103 Myers Tonia 56, 91 N Nandwanl, Shobha 56 Navarro, Richard 76 Navarro, Fabio 57 Neil. Juanita 34. 160 Neil Victor 76 Neloms, Natalie 57 Nelson Michele 11, 57, 98, 132, 135 136 Nelson Monica 76 129 Newman, Theresa 76 Newton. Michael 76 Nichols. John 57 Nickersher Lon 76. 93 129 Nieves Nancy 128 Nolan. Christina 34, 94, 120 Nolan Jenni f er 76 Nolte. Fulvia 57 125 127 Nolte, Sergio o O'Donnell Amy 76 Ochia, Claudia 12, 34 127 132 135 160 Ojeda, Alejandro 76 Oliver, John 34 Oliver Misty 57 100 Ollendick Nivla 57 Oller Lilibell 12, 35 45 121, 125 129 1 79 --, -,. ---

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'" Ono, Chieko 57 Orendas. Mark 76 Ormsbee. Bnon 76 Ortiz Eduardo 57. 140. 142 Ortiz. Entique 14, 76, 142 Osorio, Lydia 102 121 Ostroski. Billie 57. 89 Overend, Usa 76 Oxley, lisa 35, 127. 160 p PoafUp Rene 12. 35 116, 135 160 Poddlt, Wayne 76. 142 Padilla Aritzo 57 Padilla Brenda 76 Palmer Benpmin 35, 160 Palmer Rodney 76. 92 Palomino Madeline 129 Porr illo Edith 7 57 Pastre Donie 76 129 Paul R ichard 35 Pawlak Eugene 57 Payne Devono 98 Payne. Victor 57.61, 90. 117 143 144 Pearson Alexander 76 Pearson. Gustave 57 140. 143 Peco. Maria 57 Peck. Stephen 78 Perez Teresa 35 1 20 129. 159 Perez-Venero, Caroline 35,117.120. 121. 129 132 160 Permenter. Stacey 57 129 Peter son Richard 78. 143 Petkidls Basilio 57 134 135. 136 Peugnet. Frederick 76 Pheneger. Michael 35 131 Phillips Kmberly 57 65 Phlegor EITlOfY 35. 123 132 135 139 160 Platte. Michael 76 Ponce. Michelle 57 135 Powell. Cynth i a 6 76 Powell Clifford 77 Price Billy 77 Procter. Michael 35 Q Quinn. Luther 57 Quintanilla Jesus 35 143. 146 R Radmonn. Brett 77. 143 Rail. Courtney 77. 141. 143 Rainford Os car 77 Rami r ez Muriel SO. 57 132 135 180 Rand Katherine 45 123. 135 160 Rasmussen Susanne 35. 94. 121. 157. 160 Raybourn Herbert 36. 135. 160 Redding Katherine 77 RedOndo Francisco 36 Reeves Michele 36 Rekedal. Richard 57. 136 Repine Burt 77 Revel l o, Patricia 36. 45. 160 Reyes, Benita 77 Reyes Derek 36 Reyes Mary 77 Reyes Duran Martin 57. 135, 140 142, 145 Reze Albinia 36. 141, 142 Reza Christina Rice Kmberly 77. 87 Richards Carolyn 57 RIChards Hector 57 143 Richards Rene 8 36 47. 86. 97 Richards Eduardo 36 142 Richardson Angelo 57 Richey David 72 RIdenour Teresa 77 Riding Robert 57 Riding Wesley 58 86 Riliomas Alberto 77 Rincon, Leslye 58, 129 Rincon. luis 77. 143. 144 Rinehart, leslie 36 Rivera. Corman 77 Rivero, Jacquelin e 77 Rivero. Oscar 77 Rivero Rolando 36 102 Rivera Yalando 36 Robertson Burton 37 88 Robertson Scott 58 Robinson Jose 77, 140 143 Rock Jeffrey 58 ROdriquez Dldmo 58 Rodriquez Abigail 77 Rodriquez Edward 58 RodrIQuez Erika 77 Rodriquez Gracie 58 Rodriquez Inocencio 77 Rodriquez Jose 37 Rodriquez Julio 12 37 120 Rodriquez RICardo 37 143 Rodriquez Rickey 58, 143 Rogers. Donald 58 Rogers Edward 37 Rogers Sandi 77 Roman. Ruban 143 Roman. David 77. 143 Rondo. Gustavo 77 Root. Tracy 37 129 Roque. Wendy 77, 131 Roque. Clarence 77 Roux Juan 12, 37 .45.88. 120 Rowe. Suzanne 6 77 Rowland, 10 58 132, 135. 136

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RoyO. Roberto 58 Rubalcava Irene 37. 125 RUIz. Gabriel 77 144 Russel. Michele 78 s Salamanca. David 37 Salazar Ion 58 SalOlvar Marta 125 Samuels. Jeanice 58 Samuels Robert 78 San Nicolas John 78 Sanchez AqUIlino 3. 143 Sanchez LouIS 37 Sanchez WaUy 37 Sanders Paul 58 142 SanttOgo. Celeste 142. 144 Santiago. David 78 Santiago. Elvina 37. 120. 143. 144 Santiago. Michele 78. 141. 142 Santos Tammy 38. 89. 125 131 Schad BenjarTlln 78 Schaden Erin 98 Scheltbn AnIta 58. 131 Schlenker Patrick 11. 78. 131, 143 Schmidt Cheryl 58 Schroeder. Lara 38 120. 121. 123 135 160 Schulte. Patrick 78. 97 Schulte Stephanie 38. 132. 135 160 Schulz Rhonda 78. 129 Scotland Vallna 78. 102 Scott. Randolph 58 Sealey Camilo QQ Sedda. Melissa i 8 Serrano Lanssa 58 Sholly Robert 58 Shaw Scott 38 45. 124 134 135 160 Shepard. Christine 38 Shephard. Mary 78 Sheppard Allen 38. 121 Short Edward 12. 38 Shrem. Marco 38 Sidellnker David 58 Silva Kara 38 Silva RIcardo 58. 142 144 SImOnelt Cynthia 78 Slmonel' Donald 142 Simons Kelll 58 S Imons Gary 78 Simmons. Linda 78 Sims. Theron 58. 97. 101 Smith. Darnell 58 129 141, 142 143 Smth, Derek 78 SmIth Denck 140 SmIth DIane 78 Smith Gilbert 58 Smith Jaden 38. 120 135. 160 Smith Mananela 38, 88 96, 156 157, 159. 160 Smith Michael 78 Smith Nancy 78, 157 Smith Rafael 78 Smith Roger 30 123 154 160 Smith Tory 39 Q() Sollen Lelf 78 Soper. Koren 5 Soto John 78 Spencer. Melodle 39. 47. 129. 131. 132 136 Spencer. Terri 79 Sponberg David 78 St Dennis Brion 58 Sf. John DiXie 39 ,94. 120 129 156 157 Staab. Ronald 78, 141, 143 Staffeld'. Anne 58 Stahlman Bonnie 39 Stallworth. Koren 58, 129 Staple. Genetla 39 Staple, Stephanie 78 Steele Samuel 58 Patnck 78 Steiner Stephanie 59 Stelnmeter Paul 39 Stephens Cnsten 59 Stephenson. AnJanette 78 Stephenson AnJanette 79 Stephenson, Michael 39, 135 160 Steuart Marie 39 Stevens Ana 120 Shchweh Jan 39 StObie Mark 11. 142 Stoker PIerre 79 Stone David 79 Stratton. Penny 79 Stromberg Koren 96 Stump Michael 79 Stumvoll Diona 39 135 156 157 160 Suchoskl. Leanne 58 117 Sullennarger liza 79 Summers Rory 69. 79 Sydnor. Labfine 39 142 T Tartaglia Robert 79 Taylor Todd Teems. Cammie 59 Teems Connie 79 Tejelra, Alfonso 39 Teran. Claudine 79 Teran Ramon 59 Teran Rogello 59 86 Terashlrno Miyako 40 131. 160 Testa Ana 59 142 Testa Armando 59 Thole. Brent 59 135 1 8 1

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Thomas Charles 59 Thompson Shanten 40 Thorne PatriciO 79 Thursh, Tern 79 TibHer, Hunter 125 Tibler Michael 59 Tiernan, Rolph 12. 16. 40, 123 Tijerina, Fernando 40 Tijerina. Julian 59 Tokumoto. Annaruth 40. 160 Tomlin, Chiffle 79, 99 Torres. T y 79 Tosten William 46 Tovar Carlos 59 Traught. Diona 40, 123, 160 Travlor Nicole 79, 143 Tsukamoto, Mlto 79 Tucker KeVin 79 142 Tunon Jose 79 Turner Rey 79 Tweed, Anthony 79 u Ung Bernondo 40 120 136 160 Urback Julie 40 94 117 123 125, 136 160 Unch, Rolph 143 148 Unquizu, Elizobeth 79 v Valdes AntoniO 40 Vallarino Cesar 79 143 Vallonna. Jesus 59. 143 VOlle Julie 40. 160 ValleJO, Edward 79 Vangas, Jose 79 Vangas, Pedre 41, 123 126 127, 157 Vasquez Tanio 80 Vega, Enc 143 Ventre, Mana 80 Vest Ronald 80 Vlgay, Julian 80 142, 144 Vinton Deborah 16, 59 V,shwanath. Revanur 41, 160 Vose Darla 41, 87 Vase Kevin 41. 123 w Wagner, Cristina 41, 120, 121, 125 159 Wagner, James 86 Waldron, Paul 11, 41, 143 Walford, Ricardo 41 Walker DavlCl 80 Wall. Karla 59 Ward. LOUIS 80 1 62 Warren Christie 59, 117, 121, 12<;1, 135 156 157 Warren Nieno 41, 120 Warren Ronnie 59 159 Watley, Neysa 59, 159 Watson, Gary 59 Weatherspoon, Burnilda 141 Weaver, Veronica 80 Weeks, Lynette 59, 141, 143 Welch, Erika 59, 129 Wellington Fabian 41 Wetzstein, Joel 80 132 Wetzstein Raeceal 41, 94, 161, 135. 136. 160 Wheeler Dean 102 Whitlock Pauline 56 Wlleczek Michelle 59, 65, 88,117, 156 157 Williams Cheryl 66, 86 Williams John 80 Juan 80 WIIIIQms, KeVin 80 142 Williford RObert 59 Wilson DIna 41, 47 Wilson Omolda 59 Winberg, Stephen 41 Winford Bill 59 Winkler Carl 80 Winkler Edward 80, 87 Winstead. Raymond 42. 129, 142, 144, 145 Woerner. Michael 59 Waldo, Marianne 42 Wolf. Henrietta 42, 116, 135, 160 Wolfe, John 80 Wood, Tmothy 42 Workman Beth 80 131, 143 Wnght Derek 80 Wright Paul 60 Wruck John 60 Wu Winston 60, 124 127, 132, 135, 157 y Yarnall Christine 86, 142 Yearwood, Yanina 80 102, 141, 142 Young Stephen 42 Young Robert 60, 64 Youree Carmen 86 z Zamora Marino 60 120 Zelko Sondra 80 Zmmerman. David 60 Zugby Yvonne 60

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Here we are at the end of our project. and suddenly, count ing copy, redoing layouts, and rushing to meet deadlines don't seem so bad. Needless to mention, producing this yearbook has taken a lot of time, work, dedication and faith. We would be lying if we didn't concede that we were intimidated by the monumentous task that we faced at the beginning of the year with a relativel y inexperienced s toff and a new advisor Lucky thing that Mr Ranson hod a lot o f experience! And as for the staff. we are extremely proud. After the initial realizotion and shock of the tosk they had ahead of them. they proved to be not only capable, but very talented and creative as well GOOD JOB EVERYONE' We hope you enjoy what we've produced. After all. it was everyone of us who made Spotlight On BHS a memory book. 1 8 4 ----------.5 (;hal ., l'