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 Faculty and staff
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 Athletics
 Clubs
 Advertising
 Index
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Title: Zonian
Physical Description: Serial
Language: English
Publisher: St. Petersburg Printing Co.
Place of Publication: St. Petersburg, FL
Publication Date: 1970
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Table of Contents
    Front Cover
        Front cover
    Front Matter
        Front matter
    Title Page
        Page 1
        Page 4
        Page 5
        Page 6
        Page 7
        Page 12
        Page 13
    Faculty and staff
        Page 16
        Page 17
        Page 18
        Page 19
        Page 20
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        Page 34
        Page 35
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        Page 37
        Page 38
        Page 39
        Page 40
    Features
        Page 41
        Page 42
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    Classes
        Page 90
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    Seniors
        Page 97
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    Senior hall of fame
        Page 146
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    Juniors
        Page 165
        Page 166
        Page 167
        Page 168
        Page 169
        Page 170
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    Sophomores
        Page 189
        Page 190
        Page 191
        Page 192
        Page 193
        Page 194
        Page 195
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        Page 205
        Page 206
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        Page 208
        Page 209
        Page 210
    Athletics
        Page 211
        Page 212
        Page 213
        Page 214
        Page 215
        Page 216
        Page 217
        Page 218
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        Page 243
        Page 244
    Clubs
        Page 245
        Page 246
        Page 247
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        Page 262
        Page 263
        Page 264
        Page 265
        Page 266
        Page 267
        Page 268
    Advertising
        Page 269
        Page 270
        Page 271
        Page 272
        Page 273
        Page 274
        Page 275
        Page 276
        Page 277
        Page 278
    Index
        Page 279
        Page 280
        Page 281
        Page 282
        Page 283
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        Page 285
        Page 286
    Back Matter
        Page 287
    Back Cover
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    Spine
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Volume 61


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Published by the BHS
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Sketch By Mike Noriega
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Ellen finally breaks down and cracks a smile.


The Balboa Hillbilities.


Woman power!


"Come get me, I dare you."































Double exposure?


The end of the day.


5th period Journalism Class.


Pat, caught unawares.


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Superintendent's Staff

Coordinates Activities for

U.S. Schools


From left to right:
MR. ROSS ANDERSON. Supervisor, Physical Education and Athletics, U.S. Schools
DR. KENNETH LAKE. Director of Curriculum
MR. STEWART BROWN, Supervisor, Swimming Pools and Safety
DR. CHARLES LATIMER, Deputy Superintendent of Schools
MR. JAMES COOK, Supervisor of Instruction, U.S. Secondary Schools
MR. GEORGE WILLINGHAM, Supervisor of Instruction, U.S. Secondary Schools
MR. F. A. CASTLES, Superintendent of Schools (seated)
MR. VERNON CATURIA, Supervisor of Instruction, U.S. Elementary Schools
DR. VICTOR HERR, Supervisor of Music, U.S. Schools
DR. JAMES WOLF, Coordinator, Special Education
MR. DAVID SPEIR, Assistant Superintendent, U.S. Secondary Schools
MRS. SHIRLEY MAKIBBIN, Supervisor of Instruction, U.S. Elementary Schools
MRS. FRANCES SAMPSELL, Assistant Superintendent, U.S. Elementary Schools
MR. ZANDER KROWITZ, Administrative Assistant
MR. ROBERT DAHLSTROM, Supervisor, Educational Data Processing










Mr. Clyde A. Willman
Principal


Mr. John C.


Knick


Assistant Principal







Office Activity


MISS STABLE


MRS. MITIL


MRS. KENDELL


MISS LUQUE







Library
and
Clinic






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Library


MRS. RAMIREZ
Library


MRS. BRULAND
Clinic





Guidance and Attendance


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MR. ARTHUR J. MARONEY




SMR. EUGENE BONDURANT


MR. GIFFORD WILDE


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MR. ROBERT KOWALSKI





School Custodians


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STANLEY HAWKINS
St. Head Custodian






Vocational


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MR. J. KELLER HEARD
Mechanical Drawing
Texas A&M
M.Ed.
Photo Club


MRS. PAMELA CLARK
Home Economics
Our Lady of the Lake College
M.Ed. Counseling
F.H.A. Assistant Sponsor


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MR. WILLIAM BRAISTED
Drafting, Machine Shop, Woodshop
Eastern Michigan University
MA


MR. JOHN R. DEKLE
Art
Florida State University
MA


MR. CARROL F. ANDERSON
Woodshop
Kansas State Teachers
BS
Scenery Construction






Department


MRS. VIRGINIA NORTON
Home Economics
Arizona State University
MA
Future Homemakers of America


MR. ALWYN SPRAGUE
Art II, III, IV
The American University
MA
Physical Fitness Club


MRS. WINIFRED A. DEAVER
Special Education
San Francisco State
MA
Cheerleaders


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MR. TOM J. LEAVY
Industrial Arts
Eastern Michigan University
MA
S.A. Treasurer


MR. BERT K. THOMPSON
Music
University of Tennessee
MS
Music Activities Sponsor






Math


MR. ROBERT REEVES
Algebra


MR. JAMES THOMAS AMES
Algebra I-b, Geometry
Northeastern State College
M.A.T.


MR. LARRY MILAM
Math
Oklahoma City University


MRS. FRANCES K. GRAHAM
Geometry
Columbia University
MA
Mu Alpha Theta






Department


MR. SAiMUEL OGNIBENE
Algbera I
University of Miami
M.Ed.


MISS JO ANN CARR
Geometry, Algebra I
University of Alabama
MA
F.T.A.


MR. LESTER HUTCHINSON
Geometry, Intro. to analysiss
Arizona State ULniersity
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MR. GORDON SMALL
Calculus, Intro. to Analysis, Algebra II
Brown University
MA


MR. D. W. COLLVER
Algebra II, Geometry
Colorado State College
MA
Model Railroad Club









Science


Department


MR. PAUL GOUDIE
Biology
University of Oklahoma
MS
N.H.S.B.H.S.-Sponsor


MRS. L'DORA M. TAYLOR
Biology
Southern Methodist University
M.Ed.
Science Club


MR. RAYMOND
DAVIDSON
Physics, Physical Science
Survey
New Mexico Highlands
University
MS


MR. DONALD OSMUN
Physical Science Survey, Intro. to Physical
Science
University of Delaware
MA





























MR. WILLIAM HANSHAW
Biology
University of Arizona
MS


MR. THOMAS COOK
Chemistry
Marshall University
MA


MR. JOSEPH L. BARRY
Chemistry
Florida State University
MS
S.A. Advisor










MRS. KATHARINE
ADAMS
Physiology, Biology
Ohio State University
MS
F.N.A.




MR. FRANCIS MARTIN
Biology
University of Southern Mississippi
M.Ed.







Language


MR. LEONARD B. TALBURT
English, Journalism
Stephen F. Austin
MA
Zonian Sponsor


MRS. VERONICA HENSLEY
English III
University of North Carolina
BA


MRS. JANICE LOMMEN
English III-A, English IV
University of Colorado
MA
Debate Club


MR. GEORGE H. BACA
English
University of New Mexico
MA
Humanities






Department


MR. FRANK BASINGER
English II
East Central State College
M.Ed.


MRS. KAY GAJEWSKI
English II, III
Marquette University
BA


MISS SYDNEY TOWNSEND
English II
University of Wisconsin
MS
Isthmian Inklings


MR. ROBERT AMES
English IV, IV-AA
University of Minnesota
MA
N.H.S.





























MR. EDWARD A. McFARLAND
Reading
University of Florida
M.Ed.
Ticket Committee


MRS. MARY KNAPP
English IV C, Journalism II
University of Missouri
MA
Parakeet Sponsor


MISS HAZEL P. MATTHEWS
English II, English II Advanced
George Peabody College for Teachers
MA


MRS. JANE GRUVER
Drama, Speech, English III
University of Arizona
MA
Drama Club, Thespians





























MRS. CAROLYN BARTON
English II
Indiana University
M.A.T.


MRS. MOLLIE GRAHAM
English IV, IV-B
Barber-Scotia College
BA


MRS. PATRICIA WHITE MR. RAM1REZ
English III, IV Spanish
University of Kansas
BS





























MR. CARLOS A. VAZ, JR.
Spanish
Denver University
M.Ed.


MRS. ELVIRA GUARDIA de
O'CALLAGHA
Spanish
Universidad de Buenos Aries
MA


MISS BEATRIZ F. PIREZ
Spanish III, IV-S
State University of Iowa
MA
Spanish Honor Society


DR. MARCELA C. de DfAZ
Spanish III, IV, V
University of Madrid
Ph.D.
Spanish Club




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MRS. SHIRLEY H. HASELDEN
French, English
University of Florida
MA
French Club


MRS. LIGIA E. DE ARMAS
Spanish
Michigan State University
MA
Showcase Club


MRS. VERA PERRY
Latin, U.S. History
University of Indiana
MS
Latin Club


MRS. CONNIE CAPPON
Spanish II, III
University of Ypsilanty
MA






Business


MRS. ZONELL
WEBSTER
Typing I
Oklahoma Baptist
University
BS













MISS SUE M.
RICHARDSON
Typing I
Michigan State University
MA
Future Business Leaders
of America












MRS. VIVIAN
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Shorthand I and II
The University of Texas
Austin, Texas
BBA and M.Ed.
Future Secretaries
Association


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Typing, General Business
University of Florida
M.Ed.
Senior Class Sponsor













MRS. KATHERINE
MURPHY
Typing
Florida State University
BH and MS
F.B.L.A.













MRS. BETTY ANNIS
Bookkeeping
University of Missouri
at Kansas City
MA in Education


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R.O.T.C.


MAJOR FISHER


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MR. CECIL HERBERT
RAYBOURN
Physical Education
East Texas State
MS


MR. WALTER M. MIKULICH
Physical Education
University of Iowa
MS
Lettermans


MR. CLEVE OLIVER
Physical Education
State U. of Iowa
MS
Varsity Club, Football
Basketball, Track




















MRS. BETTY DAHN
Physical Education
Murray State
University
BS
Girls' Intramurals


MISS JULIA HARDIN
Physical Education
Florida State University
MS
G.A.A., Intramurals


MRS. FULTON
Physical Education


MRS. CLEMENTINE E. YOUNG
Physical Education
Columbia University
MA
Girls' Drill Team






History


MR. RONALD CAPPON
United States History
Eastern Michigan University
MA


MR. RODOLFO J. VIDAURRI
World History
Oklahoma University
MA


MR. EVERETT HOLMGRAIN
U.S. History, World History
University of Nebraska
Ed.D.






MR. ELKIN H. THOMPSON
U.S. History, World History
Memphis State University
MA
Ham Radio Club









MRS. LOREE WILKERSON
Geography, World History
University of Florida
MA






Department


MR. EDWARD W. HATCHETT, JR.
American Institutions
Arizona State University
ME


MRS. DOROTHY KINGERY
World History
Woman's College of Georgia
M.Ed.


MR. FRANK GATELY
United States History
Boston University
MA
S.A. Safety Committee










MRS. PATRICIA VAN EVERA
United States History
University of Minnesota
MA
Jr. Class Sponsor


MR. JOE A. NORTON
World History, American
Institutions
San Jose State College
MA
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"You win one more game this year and ..."


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Denise Little and Larry Hele dance
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Marta Caropresso and Rudy Crespo
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Maggie Baker, Chairman,
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Jamboree

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Where's that good ole ROTC school spirit?!


Don't get so emotional, it's only a game!


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Yea Team!!!


Junior Princess Yvette Burgoon escorted by Fred
Bremer.


Football


Dance


Mike Kilgore
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Senior Princess Denise Little escorted by Jim
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Queen Gladys lights the traditional
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How 'bout a ride?


Junior Princess Yvette Burgoon and escort Mike
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Princess Jane Tipton escorted by


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... work hard to make the Homecoming Motorcade a success!!


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The rain, the hat, and other things! ?


Car 16714, where are you?


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Get Acquainted Dance


What do you mean T-O-N-T-O??


OOMPHF
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Boogaloo, Boogaloo-go man go!!


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Princess Christina Bates
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Princess Barbara Shea
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Surprised and thrilled,
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Stephanie is crowned


Soodie Turner, chairman of the' formal
and Master of Ceremonies, Ed Wood.


Queen Stephanie and her escort,
lead Coronation Dance.


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Sadie Hawkins
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Daisy Mae gits her man!


"Daisy Mae"
Sue Jackson


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A proud Dawgpatch couple!!!


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Nothin' like a frowner to spoil the bunch!!




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Queen Maria Morales and escorts Phil Reitz and Jorge Dominguez.



























Princess Debbie McGrath and escort
Diego de Obaldia.


Princess Alida de Obaldia and escort
Tomas Obarrio.


Princess Josephina Diaz and escort
Walter Young.


Carol Devaney wins the prize for the
best costume.



Carnival Dance


Princess Joanna Arias and escort Leopoldo
Alfaro.


Princess Vicky
Navarro.


Mr. Willman congratulates Queen Maria.


Diaz and escort Carlos


Princess Anita Thompson and es-
cort Arturo Tapia.
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Mr. Thompson, Director of the Balboa High School Music Department.


The Balboa High School Music Department con-
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The fine performances given at the Christmas and
Spring Concerts show that many hard hours of
work and cooperation were put into this activity,
under the talented direction of Mr. B. K. Thompson.


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BHS Drama Dept.


Presents:

The Hobbit


The Hobbit steals some mutton, while the trolls
fight, unaware of his presence.


The killing of Smaug.


Dwallen escapes in a barrel.


The Queen of the Elves and her court
witness the killing of the dragon.


Lost in Mirkwood.


"All the world's a stage, and all





















The Heiress


Stella Trembley and Lonny Johnston play lead roles.


Jilted Katherine weeps


My lines!! My lines!!


the men and women merely players; ..







Romanoff and Juliet


Because the Zonian's deadline fell before the production
of this play, only rehearsal pictures were available.


Rex Hollis and Teela Moffett are cast as Roman-
off and Juliet.


"Promise me one thing, don't say a word!!"


"Att-e-e-ntion!!?"


"Thank you for allowing me to share your taxi."






























L-R: Melina Collins, Peter Brooks, Anita Woodard, Ellen Roys,
Leigh Scaggs, Dorothy Rendon.







Isthmian Inklings presents the literary work of the students of
Balboa High School. The staff, voted upon at the beginning of
the year, selects the best poems, short stories and essays turned
in by the students. They then compile them into a book which
is sold at the end of the year. Isthmian Inklings is also illustrated
by the students.


Sitting (l-r): Madeline Powell, Judy Ferguson, Gail Reckendorf. Standing
(l-r): Phil York, Becky Laracuente.



















MARGIE ENGELKE-Senior
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STELLA TREMBLAY-Senior


MARY PANG-Senior


ROBYN PATTON-Senior
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VIVIAN SCAGGS-Senior


JACQUE HUNT-Senior


SHERRI STORRS-Junior


DAISY IOANOLE-Junior
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Girl's

Drill Team


PATSY VOGEL BECKY WITT
Captain Co-Captain


First row, L-R: Cathy Hoyle, Didi Christianson, Carrie Osburn, Barbara Bonanno,
Martha Duncan, Pat Coleman, Patsy Mata, Debbie Hele, Cathy Alexander. Second
row, L-R: Rosemary Rhodes, Candy Lim, Cindy Dean, Maria Gonzalez, Joan Best,
Gladys Maymi, Nancy Murphy, Yvette Burgoon, Becky Witt, Kathy Fears. Top: Patsy
Vogel.










































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Majorettes thrill audience with fire performance.



JUDY FERGUSON-Junior









Student

Association




The Student Association is the general organiza-
tion for students in BHS. The S.A. sponsors clubs,
athletic events, class activities, dances and many
other events during the school year. The S.A. is
made up of over 1,100 members, 128 representa-
tives, and 5 officers.
This year the officers are Orlando Fil6s, Fred
Bremer, Mary Ann Tatman, Melva Osborne, and
Dalys Vargas. Advisors are Mr. J. L. Barry-
Sponsor, Mrs. F. K. Graham-Treasurer of Funds
and Mr. Tom Leavy-Faculty Advisor.


President-ORLANDO FIL6S


SECRETARIES: (1-r) Dalys Vargas, Melva Os-
borne and Financial Secretary, Mary Ann Tat-
man.


Vice President--FRED BREMER














































S.A. officers line-up.


Mr. Barry, S.A. sponsor, is always on hand to help
with student activities.


S.A. representatives, an important part of the organization, attend regular
bi-weekly meetings.







1969-1970 Parakeet Staff
ELLEN ROYS-editor
APRIL DEDECKER-news editor
JULIA BIRCHER-features editor
NORMA SAN MIGUEL-copy editor
BARBARA MILLER-exchange editor
BARBARA TREADWELL-exchange editor
MEL GAMERTSFELDER-typist
STEVE WILSON-sports reporter
ED HUSUM-cartoonist
MRS. KNAPP-advisor
reporters:
MARIAN CUTLER
DEE DENNERLINE
ELSA FIFER
DAVID HUTCHINSON
IRAIDA ICAZA
LEE PHILLIPS
DAN PIPER
CHARLES TOBIN
SUE McKEON
HOPE RUIZ
DAN PIPER
ANDY HIERSCH
RICHARD WOO


Ellen Roys


Mrs. Knapp


Barbara Treadwell and Barbara Miller.


Norma San Miguel and Julia Bircher.


76 Andy Hiersch, Dan Piper, and Richard Woo.

























Everybody reads The Parakeet!!


April Dedecker and Steve Wilson.


Lee Phillips, Marian Cutler, Ed Husum, and Elsa
Fifer.


Dee Dennerline, Charles Tobin, David Hutchinson.
and Iraida Icaza.


Mel Gamertsfelder.





1970 Zonian Staff


KAREN HUSUM-editor-in-chief
LINDA ADKINS-assistant editor
MIKE PERRY-senior class editor
MARY PANG-assistant
MARY ANN NORDSTROM-assistant
JAN FITTER-assistant
SUE RIDER-junior class editor A
JAN FARNSWORTH-assistant
DEBRA MOTTO-sophomore class editor
DENISE WEAVER-assistant -
NANCY BOYD-features editor
ANN MEDINGER-assistant
STEVE WILSON-boys' sports
EILEEN PIES-girls' sports Mr Leonard Talburt
EILEEN ROSE-assistant Mr. Leonard Talburt
LEIGH SCAGGS-faculty editor
VICKI ATKINSON-assistant-
ALICE OWENS-clubs editor
BERTA MEDINA-assistant
MARY ANN GRIMES-copy editor
CATHY WEBB-assistant
LARRY HELE-assistant
BARBARA THOMPSON-index editor
CHRIS BRYANT-assistant
COLLEEN MICHAEL-assistant
VICKI SIZEMORE-advertising editor
MARY ANN TATMAN-assistant
CELESTE MULLER-assistant
YVONNE BTESH-business manager Karen Husum Linda Adkins
CARIE OSBURN-assistant
JACQUE HUNT-circulation manager
PATSY VOGEL-assistant ., .
DE LEWIS-art editor
CHARLES LAWSON-rotc editor
FRANCIS KERR-rote editor
TONY COGLIANDRO-photographer
MR. LEONARD TALBURT-advisor


Charles Lawson, De Lewis, Barbara Thompson, Tom Herron, Tom Goudie


Debra Motto, Denise ever
Debra Motto, Denise Weaver


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Ann Medinger, Nancy Boyd


Rose, Steve Wilson, Jacque Hun


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Tony Cogliandro


Celeste Muller, Carie Osburn, Patsy Vogel


Barbara Thompson, Colleen Michaels, Chris Bryant
Vicki Sizemore, Mary Ann Tatman,
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1st row: Denise Little, Fig Leber, Sue Gordon,
row: Karin Foscue, Ada Beechner, Lynn Biagi.


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The mission of the Balboa High School Junior Reserve
Officer's Training Corps is to lay the foundations of in-
telligent citizenship and provide military training that will
be of value to the cadets should they enter the Armed
Forces. The ROTC helps inculcate individual habits of
orderliness, precision, respect for authority, patriotism, and
personal honor. The 1969-1970 school year has been the
22nd year of existence for the Balboa unit. For the past
21 years Balboa has been ranked in the top 10% of all
ROTC schools.




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Company Commander
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Company Commander
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Company Commander
STEVE ASKEW
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SUE GORDON


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WALTER YOUNG
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1st SEMESTER STAFF 2nd SEMESTER STAFF

1st row: Scott Collister. 2nd row: Robert Almstejld, Karin Foscue. 3rd
"I row: Ernest Van Horn, Francis Kerr, Jim Kunkel, Greg Gillis, Charles
Tobin, Raymond Miguez.




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Orientation-which familiarizes them with training and in-
struction in the art of parachuting.
In like manner the Jungle Operations Training Course is
to orient the cadets with the type of training that is re-
quired for jungle living and tactics in contrast to normal
conditions. The cadets undergo intense physical training
before they are permitted to attend the course at Fort
Sherman. For four consecutive weekends the cadets travel
to Fort Sherman and participate in a condensed version
of the course the Army goes through.


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Senior Class Reception


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A reception headache!


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Senior

Class

Picnic
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1970


A show of senior spirit.


Meditating ...


Senior boys working out.


Looking for your lunch?


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Mr. Williams dishes out orders.


3 bumps on a log???


Leave my ball alone!!


Flower Power?


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Stage Fright


"The Real McCoys"


The End


The Celebrated Pillowcase Dance





































Gladys Ailant


KRISTIE LOUISE ACKERMAN-June 26, 1952, Tokyo, Japan.
Drama Club 3, 4. Folksingers Club 4. Concert Choir 3. S.A.
Rep. 4. National Honor Society 3, 4.
RICARDO A. ACRICH-August 28, 1951, Panama, Rep. de P.
PAUL M. AHNERT-November 22, 1952, San Bernadino, Calif.
GLADYS AILANT-February 3, 1951, Ancon, Canal Zone.
CAROL ANN ALEXANDER--(Alex) Birtonwood, England.
S.A. Rep. 3. Head, Songleader 3. Home Ec. Club 1, 2. G.A.A.
1, 2, 3, 4. Drama Club 4. Trackettes 2, 3. Chorus 2, 3.
CATHERINE LYNNE ALEXANDER--(Cathy) Nov. 7, 1952,
San Juan, Puerto Rico. Drama Club 2, 3, 4. Drill Team 4.
Chorus 1, 2, 3.
CHRISTI ANN ALLEN-January. 30, 1952, Baltimore, Md.
Intramurals, Basketball and Bowling 2, 3. Latin Club- 3, 4.
Office Asst. 4. Comms. for Homecoming, Christmas Formal,
Jr. Sr. Prom 4. Hr. Rep. 4.
BONNER ALLISON-March 15, 1952, R.P., Panama.


Carol Alexander


Cathy Alexander


Christi Allen


Bonner Allison





























ROBERT MERRITT ALMSTEAD-Nov. 29, 1951, Fort Clay-
ton, C. Z. Drama 1-4. N.H.S. 3, 4. National Thespian Soc. 3, 4.
R.O.A. 2, 3, 4. R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4. Debate 4. S.A. Rep. 1-4.
FRANK ANDERSON--(Adrian) Feb. 1, 1952, New Cristobal,
C.Z. J.V. Football 1. Track 1, 2. V. Football 3. J.V. Baseball 1.
ROSS ANDREWS-Jan. 28, 1951, Upland, California.
BRENDA KAY ANDRECHT-Sept. 4, 1952, Shreveport, La.
Intramurals 2, 3, 4. F.S.A. 4. F.B.L.A. 4.

ALISON ANNIS-October 9, 1952, Lawrence, Kansas. Band 2,
3, 4. F.T.A. 2, 3, 4. Spanish 3, 4.
STEPHEN ASKEW-October 30, 1952, Ancon, Canal Zone.
DAVID DALE ASH, JR.-June 26, 1952, Akron, Ohio. Folk-
singers 4. Organ. 3, 4. Drama 4. Debate 4.
IDA MARIA AROSEMENA-(Ida) Oct. 7, 1951, Panama, Rep.
de P. Spanish Club 2, 4. Showcase Club 4.


Brenda Andrecht


Alison Annis


Ida Arosemena


Stephen Askew David Ash





















Vicki Atkinson


Steve Baldwin


VICKI MARIE ATKINSON-November 15, 1951, Preston,
Idaho. Math Club 1, 2. F.T.A. 1. Intra. Volleyball 2.
ALICIA AZRAK-February 13, 1952, Panama. French Club,
V. Pres. 3, 2, 4. F.B.L.A., V. Pres. 4, 2, 3. Spanish Club 2,
3, 4. Homeroom Representative 3. Showcase Club 4. F.H.A.
4. Bowling Intra. 3.
BETH ANN BAGLIEN-June 9, 1952, Crosby, North Dakota.
F.T.A. 3, 4, 2. Spanish Club 3, 4. National Honor Society 3, 4.
Band 1, 2, 3, 4.
STEVEN VAN BALDWIN-August 14, 1951, Ogden, Utah.
Football 1, 2. Swimming 1, 2, 3.

LAURA LEE BAILEY-April 9, 1952, Rapid City, South Da-
kota. F.H.A. 1. Pep Club 1.
BRYAN K. BALL-June 7, 1952, Portsmouth, Virginia.
LARRY H. BARKEMA-September 24, 1952, Ancon, Canal
Zone. R.O.A. 2, 3, 4.
PAUL BARKOWITZ-April 14, 1952, Charleston, South Caro-
lina. Chess Club 2. Photo Club 2, V. Pres. 3, Pres. 4. Math
Club 2, 3. Science Club 2, 3. Publicity Comm. 3.


Laura Bailey


Bryan Ball Larry Barkema Paul Barkowitz


Alicia Azrak






















Ada Beechner Paul Behrens


ADA BEECHNER-November 13, 1952, Ancon, Canal Zone.
S.A. Sec. 1, 2. Drama Club 1, 2, 3, 4. Science Club 3, 4.
Majorette 2, 3. "A" Co. Sponsor 4.
PAUL J. BEHRENS-February 7, 1952, San Francisco, Cali-
fornia. Tennis 2, 3, 4. R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4. J.O.T.C. 4.
JOHN COLEMAN BEIGHTLER-May 14, 1952, Orange, Texas.
Track 1, 4. Drama Club 1. N.H.S. 4.
REID McMILLIAN BEIGHTLER-May 14, 1952, Orange, Tex-
as. National Honor Soc. 3, 4. Spanish Honor Soc. 3. Safety
Comm. 3.
BENIGNA BENNETT-(Beni) October 30, 1938, R. de Pana-
ma.

PAMELA JEANNE BIRCH-December 4, 1952, West Palm
Beach, Florida. Homeroom Rep. 1. Sadie Hawkins Comm. 2.
F.N.A. 3. Folksingers Club 3. F.H.A. 4. G.A.A. 3,4.
LYN MARIE BIAGI-January 17, 1952, Burtonwood, England.
G.A.A. 1. Homeroom Rep. 1, 2. Yearbook Staff 1, 2. Spanish
Club 1. Debate Club 2. Pep Club 2, 4. R.O.T.C. Sponsor 4.
Organ Guild 3.
WAYNE G. BERKLEY-May 25, 1951, Ottawa Ontario, Can-
ada. Homeroom Rep. 3. Basketball 1. Rifle Club 2.


Reid Beightler


Benny Bennett


Wayne Berkley


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Pam Birch


Lynn Biagi




















Jan Bohon Estel Bolado


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Victor Bosch
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Craig Boatwright
Craig Boatwright


CRAIG EUGENE BOATWRIGHT-December 9, 1951, Visalia,
California. Football 1. Baseball 1. Annual Staff 2. Cross Coun-
try 3. Wrestling 3. Track 3. Football 4.
MARIA ESTEL BOLADO-July 12, 1952, Anchorage, Alaska.
Home Ec. Club 2, 3. G.A.A. 3, 4. Drama Club 3, 4. Photo
Club 4. F.T.A. 4.
JAN PETER BOLTON-February 21, 1952, Guam.
LORETTA JULIE BONNVISSUTO-(Lori) March 18, 1952.
Honolulu, Hawaii.
VICTOR BOSCH-May 2, 1951, San Juan, Puerto Rico. Track
1. Basketball 4.
MARK BOZMAN-December 25, 1951, Omaha, Nebraska.
CHARLENE BOWEN-November 8, 1951, Ancon, Canal Zone.
S.A. Representative 1.
NANCY BOYD-April 19, 1952, Ancon, Canal Zone. S.A. Rep.
2, 4. Spanish Club 2, 3, 4. Zonian Staff, Clubs Editor 3, Fea-
tures Editor 4. Quill and Scroll 3, 4. Christmas Formal Comm.
3. Homecoming Comm. 4. Spring Formal Comm. 4. Intramurals
4. Library Asst. 4. Senior Reception 4.


Charlene Bowen


Mark Bozman

























PETER BROOKS-August 16, 1952, Ancon, Canal Zone. De-
bate Club 1, 2, 3, V. Pres. 4. Spanish Club 3, 4. Science Club
3, 4. Humanities Club 2, 3, 4. N.H.S. 3, 4. Spanish Honor So-
ciety 3, 4. N.H.S.B.H.S. 3, 4. Isthmian Inklings 3, 4.
BRIAN R. BROWN-July 5, 1952, Richmond, Virginia. J.V.
Football 2. V. Football 3, 4.
CHRISTOPHER A. BRYANT-December 21, 1952, Yokohama,
Japan. Intramurals 2, 3, 4. Folksingers Club 4. Zonian Staff,
Index Asst. 4.
GLENN PATRICK BURDICK-October 5, 1950, Ancon, Canal
Zone. Baseball 2, 3, 4. R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4.
YVONNE BTESH-March 24, 1952, Brooklyn, New York.
F.B.L.A. 2- 3, 4. French Club 2, 3. Humanities Club 3, 4.
N.H.S. 3, 4. Zonian Staff, Business Manager 4. Spanish Club 4.
MARGARET KATE-JAMES BAKER-(Maggie) Debate Club 1,
2, 3. Drama Club 1, 2, V. Pres. 3. Science Club 3. Humanities
Club 3. Swimming Team 2, 3. Girls' Drill Team 3. G.A.A. 2, 3.
S.A. V. Pres. 3. Spanish Honor Society 3. B.H.S.N.H.S. 3.
ELIZABETH ALICE CALTHIRST-(Liz) April 9, 1951, Pana-
ma. Spanish Club 2, 3, 4. Library Club 3, 4. F.S.A. 4. Humani-
ties Club 4.
MARTA I. CAROPRESSO-(Marty) August 21, 1952, R.P.,
Panama. F.H.A. Treasurer 2, Pres. 3, Historian 4. F.N.C. 2,
V.-Pres. 3, Pres. 4. Spanish Club 2, 3, 4. Folksingers Club, V.
Pres. 4.


Glenn Burdick


Yvonne Btesh


Elizabeth Calthirst Maggie Baker


Marta Caropresso





















Stephen Cartotto


Roland Ceniceros


ELLEN LYNN CARPENTER-February 21, 1952, Ancon, Canal
Zone. F.M.A. 2, 3. F.N.A. 2. F.S.A. 4. G.A.A. 2, 3, 4.
MARC ADRIAN CARTER-January 19, 1952, Kansas City,
Missouri.
STEPHEN ANTONY CARTOTTO-December 19, 1951, Ancon,
Canal Zone.
ROLAND MARC CENICEROS-December 9, 1952, Panama.
SARA PAULINE CHAVEZ-(Sarita) March 24, 1952, Rep.
Panama. Spanish Club 2, 3, 4. Student Asst. 3, 4. F.B.L.A. 4.
SANDY CHESSON-February 26, 1952, Norfolk, Virginia.
STEPHEN J. KRISA-August 26, 1952, Newport News, Vir-
ginia.
BONNIE COBB-October 22, 1950, Gorgas, Canal Zone. Bas-
ketball 4. Softball 4.


Sara Chavez


Marc Carter


Ellen Carpenter






















Sue Colbert Cathy Cogliandro


Scott Collister


CATHERINE S. COGLIANDRO-(Cathy) January 15, 1952,
Kyoto, Japan. Art Club 1. Drama Club 1, 3, 4. Science Club
2, 3, 4. G.A.A. 2, 3, 4.
SUSAN EILEEN COLBERT-April 8, 1952, San Antonio,
Texas. G.A.A. 1, 2, 4. Pep Club 1. Spanish Club 1. F.H.A. 2.
F.T.A. 4. F.B.L.A. 4. Latin Club 4.
SCOTT WAYNE COLLISTER-September 13, 1952, Boise, Ida-
ho. R.O.T.C. Rifle Team 2, 3, 4. R.O.T.S. Color Guard 3. Folk-
singers Club 2.
KEVIN FLOYD COMPTON-(Happy) July 11, 1952, Enid,
Oklahoma. Folksingers Club 3, 4.
JESSIE LYNN COOKSON-May 3, 1952, Ft. Clayton, C. Z.
G.A.A. 3. Showcase Club 3. Folksingers Club 3. Secretarial
Club 3. Student Asst. 3. Homecoming Comm. 3.
LUPE ANITA COTA-December 29, 1951, Savannah, Georgia.
Drama Club 4. Spanish Club 4. Class Secretary 1. Band 1.
C.S.F. 1. Math Club 2. Homeroom Rep. 2. Honor Society 4.
BRADFORD ALAN COX-January 18, 1952, Stuttgart, Ger-
many.
CYNTHIA DIANE COX-March 16, 1952, San Diego, Califor-
nia


Jessie Cookson
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Cynthia Cox


Lupe Cota





















Houston Craddock


Rudy Crespo


Danny Cretaro


GEORGE HOUSTON CRADDOCK-January 17, 1952, Mem-
phis, Tennessee. Football 1, 2. Baseball 1, 2, 4.
RUDOLF L. CRESPO-(Rudy) November 5, 1952, Coco Solo,
Canal Zone. Homeroom Rep. 2, 3. Concert Choir 3, 4. Drama
Club 2, 3, 4. National Thespians 2, 3, 4. Jr.-Sr. Prom Comm.
3. Homecoming Game Comm. 4. Folksingers Club 4.
DANIEL CRETARO-September 24, 1952, Fort Dix, New
Jersey. French Club 1, 2. Math Club 1.
JACQUELYNN ALLEN CROWELL-(Jacque) April 30, 1952,
Ancon, Canal Zone. G.A.A. 2. Basketball 2, 3. Volleyball 2, 3.
ANGEL CRUZ-December 19, 1952, Santurce, Puerto Rico.
STEPHEN J. DAILY-(Steve) March 10, 1952, Greencastle,
Indiana. Science Club 2. S.A. Rep. 2. German Club 3.
STEPHANIE DeHEART--(Stevie) March 18, 1952, Illinois.
GARY DALTON-August 13, 1952, Ancon, Canal Zone.


Jackie Crowell
Jackie Crowell


Angel Cruz


Stephanie De Heart


Gary Dalton


Steve Daily






















Diego De Obaldia


Arthur Dealy


KEVIN F. DAY-(Kev) June 23, 1952, Fort Knox, Kentucky.
Football 1. Athletic Boosters Club 1. Chess Club 2. Class Presi-
dent 3. S.A. Rep. 4.
CLIFTON L. DAY JR.-(Pepe) April 24, 1950, Ft. Clayton,
C. Z. Soccer 1. Football 1. Softball 1. R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4. Drill
Team 3, 4. Chess Club 4.
DIEGO DE OBALDIA-December 16, 1952, Panama. Spanish
Club 3. Science Club 2, 3, 4. Photo Club 3.
ARTHUR DAVID DEALY-April 24, 1952, Anchorage, Alaska.

ALLEN W. DEAN-December 20, 1950, Ft. Clayton. Track
Team 1. Soccer 1. Football 1. Drill Team 2, 3, 4. Chess Club 4.
DEE DENNERLINE-August 3, 1952, Frankfort, Germany.
VICTORIA I. DIAZ-Oct. 3, 1952, Panama. French Club 2.
Library Asst. 4.
PATRICK ARNOLD DILLON-October 6, 1952, Ancon, C. Z.
J.V. Baseball 3. H.R. Rep. 4.


Allen Dean


Dee Dennerline


Clifton Day


Kevin Day


Vickie Diaz