Was a member of Tri-Y, outstanding in horseback riding and had a major in Spanish. She plans to attend the University of California.
“Curly.” Was active on the baseball diamond during his stay at Balboa. Majored in mechanical drawing.
Majored in mechanical drawing, is hoping to get a job with the “Sunset Scavenger Company.”
Belonged to Hi-Y and majored in math and Spanish.
United Nations Youth Representative for the Youth Movement of America, was Camera Club president, mechanical drawing majorer and he is planning to get a job as an electrician.
Was an expert photographer. (Could be he is planning to make a career of it.) He was chairman of the Camera Club.
Won an All-City medal for basketball and majored in history.
Majored in Spanish, was an excellent scholar. She plans to go to City College.
A Spanish majorer, is now ready bor business college. She made the Honor Roll on occasion, was a member of Block “B.”
“Geek.” Planning to be a mechanic and prepared for his vocation by majoring in auto shop. He was class president, Fall ’49.
Was a member of Block “B,” had a commercial major and she plans to go to work.
Was vice president of the Student Body, also received her Block “B.” She majored in Spanish.
Plans to go to business college when he graduates, was a star football player, received his Block “B” and a medal. Was also president of his Teen-Age Club.
Plans to attend barber college, starred in Cross Country track and soccer.
“Dido,” Intends to go to business college. She majored in commercial and in sports. “Dido” was third baseman.
Will attend San Mateo J.C., was a member of Tri-Y, football queen of fall /49 and majored in typing.
“Shorty.” Is headed for business college where she will enlarge upon her commercial training. She majored in commercial at Balboa.
”Boy.” Was president of music, says “Hot zing!”
Had a commercial major, will work after leaving school She spends most of her time dreaming of Walt.
This tall, blond, blue eyed member of Tri-Y Chapter Five majored in commercial. Her destination…work!
“Red.” Was member of stage crew, R.O.T.C. Likes to say, “Red did it!” Plans to work at S.F. Glass Company
Will go to City College, had a commercial major and plans to be secretary for boss, Terry Morris. Likes to say “Wot happened?”
Majored in history, plans to go to City College after graduation.
“Darling.” Was Red Cross representative, had a history major. She is going to City College. Always said, “Let’s keep it legal.”
Was president of Boys’ Council. He received a medal for R.O.T.C. rifle team, played football and track. His major was wood shop.
Is out to try her luck as a secretary. Majored in typing as a preparation for her vocation.
“Jim.” Plans to go to City College and he majored in shops.
Was a member of Tri-Y. She will attend San Francisco City College and she majored in Spanish.
“Shorty.” Majored in woodshop. Liked baseball, worked after school and on Saturdays. He is going to work after that “Long awaited” graduation day.
Her major was typing. She plans to be a secretary after graduation.
Was in the R.O.T.C. He majored in history and woodshop and he plans to go to work.
“Cookie.” Majored in home economics. She will work after graduation.
“Abbie.” Will become a lithographer. He majored in music and mechanical drawing, and was a member of “Blue Boys” and Galleon staff (photographer).
Majored in music. He was head yell leader fall ’49, member of Balboa band, “Blue Boys,” Hi-Y, Board of Directors, Student Council, and Boys’ Council.
Majored in commercial training. She expects to start out in the business world (diploma as passport).
“Jim.” Was a member of Boys’ Block “B.” He has a baseball medal (varsity pitcher), had mechanical drawing major. He does say, “Ya don’t say!”
“Ben.” Plans to go to work and join the Navy.
“Lo.” Majored in home economics. After graduation “Lo” will be a hard working girl.
“Angel.” Majored in home economics. She enjoyed baseball especially the job of pitcher and she hopes to work after graduation.
Betty May DREWS
Was registry secretary, belonged to Block “B.” She picked bowling for her sport, major was home economics. She will go to work.
Tri-Y president, member of G.A.A. and Block “B,” took horseback riding, bowling, baseball and swimming. Majored in commercial and plans to be married.
Member of Hi-Y, had Spanish and mathematics majors. He will go to City College.
Plans to work, was active in the Pan-American Club. He majored in Spanish.
“Little Giant.” Was the Student Association prexy for fall ’49 and member of Hi-Y. His major was typing. He will go to City College.
“Lu.” Had a typing major. She hopes to work after she graduates.
“Shirl.” Majored in typing. She was a member of Tri-Y and she plans to go to City College.
“Hook.” Is going to enter San Francisco City College. He played in the R.O.T.C. band and majored in Italian.
“Chuck.” Majored in Spanish and electric shop. He was also in the R.O.T.C. “Chuck” will go to work when he graduates.
Majored in history, went out for sports. He plans to go to a university.
“Shorty.” Spent most of her time in music room, singing in the choir (when she wasn’t singing solos).
Has Block “B” by making first string in varsity football. Woodshop was his major. He will go to City College.
“Peach.” Says her greatest achievement outside of school was spending time with John. She’ll work after graduation.
Member of Tri-Y Chapter I and G.A.A., swimmer, plans to attend a business college. She had a commercial major.
“Momo.” Has traveled to Africa, Europe and Mexico. He had mathematics and mechanical drawing as majors. He belonged to the French Club.
“Joe.” Plans to go to Davis Agriculture College. He was active in the stage crew and his major was wood shop.
“Hank.” Had an architecture mechanical drawing major. He played on a baseball team outside of school and he plans to work.
“Viv.” Was a commencement speaker and member of the C.S.F. She majored in commercial subjects. After graduation she will join the WAFS.
“Curly.” Says “pretty girls make pretty scenery.” He had a commercial major and he specialized in being a student.
“Patsy.” Majored in history and will work after graduation. She is constantly saying, “Oh Babe!”
Was president of registry and has a big Block “B” for being a swimming champ. He will go to work.
Art Club member, sings in the Youth Club Choir, active in Belgium Exchange album. She had a commercial major.
Belonged to the chorus and he was an habitual member of C.S.F. (had a science major). He’ll go to college.
“Red.” Was a member of Block “B,” Orchestra and Tri-Y. She had a commercial major.
“Johnny.” Intends to work when he graduates. His major was history.
Was H-10 secretary, L-11 class representative, member of Art Club and her majors were art and mathematics.
One of Balboa’s “brainsters,” is life member of the CSF. Yvonne, with a Spanish and mathematics major, is headed for City College.
Was class collector, member of Block “B,” and G.A.A. Baseball was her favorite sport and her major was commercial.
Played the tuba in the band, had a music major. He will join the working people after leaving “good old Balboa.”
Sings outside of school, belonged to Tri-Y. She had a typing and sewing major. She will work after graduation.
Member of Hi-Y, tackle on football team, soccer fullback, and tennis player, majored in woodshop.
Active track runner, was member of boys’ Block “B.” He majored in mechanical drawing.
Was G.A.A. secretary-treasurer, L-11 secretary, H-11 treasurer, member of Block “B,” chaplain and secretary Tri-Y, Student Council member, G.A.A. She majored in sewing.
Majored in math, plans to work after graduation, also might join the navy.
Intends to work when she graduates. She was active in the Block “B” and G.A.A. Her major was home economics.
H-12 treasurer, L-12 secretary, president, member Block “B,” and president, secretary and chaplain of Tri-Y Chapter V, majored in home economics and English.
Will do office work when she graduates. She received CSF award and history awards. Was active in the Block “B,” Tri-Y, and G.A.A. Her major was history.
Plans to work when he graduates. Bob was active in the band and his major was mechanical drawing.
“Larry.” Will go to City College after graduation. His major was architecture.
“Benny.” Vice president of Boys Council, member of Cards (a Visitation Valley club), choir, Hi-Y, first string football, Block “B,” two starts, swimming team, intramural heavyweight champion, will attend Harvard, maybe.
Plans to go to work as a secretary after graduation. She majored in commercial work.
“Roy.” Intends to work when he graduates. Roy’s major was woodshop.
“Johnny.” Plans to work when he graduates. He was company commander in the R.O.T.C. His major was machine shop.
Was registry president and Red Cross representative, and stage manager. He liked to say, “Kill ‘em dead or alive.” He plans to join the Navy.
”Lee.” Was registry vice president and member of stage crew. He liked to say, “Kashmere,” and will attend City College.
Had a commercial major. Her destination is work.
Shy blond man about school, plans to work himself through business college. He majored in mechanical drawing.
Student court judge and H-11 class president, member of Hi-Y Chapter V, majored in mathematics, mechanical drawing, and history.
Played clarinet in the band and majored in mechanical drawing. He will attend drafting school after graduation. He says “the smell of money” is his favorite scent.
Plans aviation career after two years, City College. Was member of orchestra and Cime and majored in woodshop.
A Spanish majorer, is destined to work. Right now marriage is forecast in her crystal ball.
Intends to work when she graduates. She was active in Tri-Y. Gloria was a commercial major.
Received a scholarship to Stanford and California, was terrific in football, and a member of Boys’ Council, Block “B,” Hi-Y. His majors were mathematics, history, and “Flo.”
Won national records from the Academy of Model Aeronautics, and trophies in model aircraft competition. Majored in woodshop.
Active in Girls’ Choir, was on Buccaneer and Galleon staff and had English, history, and journalism majors. Will be married.
A commercial major, is striving for a position in the business world.
Plans to be a secretary. She had a commercial major and is constantly with her twin.
“Dodee.” Member of Block “B,” majored in Latin, mathematics and science. She says, “Why take life so seriously? You never get out of it alive!”
Red Cross representative, got a World History award. Had a history major. He plans to work.
H-12 secretary, was in Editorial Department of Buccaneer. This Tri-Y member with a commercial major hopes to combine work with marriage.
“Punchy.” Was Block “B” president, registry president, H-12 representative and welterweight boxing champ. He had a history major.
“Dutch.” Plans to go to college and then join the Navy. “Dutch’s” majors were art and Spanish.
Mary Jane MUNN
Major was commercial. She was active in the Block “B,”, G.A.A. and Tri-Y Chapter V. Being with Walt Nave is her favorite pastime.
Dixie Lee NICKLIN
Will work and then go on to dental college. Dixie’s major was commercial and she liked roller skating.
Was active in the Hi-Y. His major was mechanical drawing and he plans to work when he graduates.
“Irish.” Was member of Student Council, Board of Directors. “Irish’s” major was math and English and he plans to work.
Class collector, H-12 president, was awarded Block “B.” She was president of Tri-Y, and first soprano in the choir. She majored in Italian.
Block “B” president, took part in football (half and fullback), track and hurdles. He majored in history.
Officer in the Boys’ Council, Italian Club president, Block “B,” L-12 treasurer, H-12 president, was awarded medal for track in All-City Meet. Destination—work!
Plans to go to college. His major was mechanical drawing.
Ernest PHILLIPS, a gold and Junior Varsity football guard, shows skill in mechanical drawing. Is planning to work after graduation.
Member of Pan American Club, majored in Spanish, plans to attend State College.
“Curly.” Was manager of the football and baseball teams, member of Hi-Y. He majored in wood shop.
“Gene.” Strains at playing skating club.
“Daskie.” Vice president of G.A.A., had a music major and she’s a marvelous pianist. She belonged to the choir and chorus.
“Poffie.” Vice president Tri-Y, frequently made Honor Roll, majored in science, and now plans to attend City College.
“Johnny.” Registry class president, majored in mechanical drawing and is destined for hard work in the business world.
Galleon representative, member of Tri-Y, will attend San Mateo Junior College. Her major was art.
Received a baseball medal in spring ’48, took part in sports around school and his favorite saying was, “Let’s shag it.”
“Ritchie.” Had Spanish and mechanical drawing majors. Will be working after graduation.
A commercial major, liked bowling. Will work after she finishes school.
“Carol.” Block “B” president, member of Pan American Club, Tri-Y, and G.A.A., basketball star and had a mathematics and science major.
Is planning a career as a mechanic. He is prepared for this, having had a shop major.
Had a major in commercial subjects and is planning to attend beauty school. As a member of the G.A.A., she was assistant manager of bowling.
“Minnie.” Girls’ Block “B,” G.A.A. member, had Spanish and commercial majors. Her vocabulary is dominated by two words, “Oh, brother!”
Had an auto shop major. He wants a garage of his own soon!
This year ‘round sportsman was All-City football end, basketball guard, and baseball catcher. He is planning on attending U.C. Bob had an auto shop major.
“Red.” Intramural basketball championship team ’49, was active in dance and class committees. He majored in history.
“Weasel.” Vice president Tri-Y, member of Girls’ Council, majored in Business Administration. Future plans…being with Vince.
Vice president of Girls’ Block “B,” G.A.A., had a commercial major. She will attend City College.
Was a mechanical drawing major. He was interested in volleyball and he will work after graduation.
“Dave.” Had a history major and will be another of the hard working people of the world.
Josephine SANCHEZ was a sergeant-at-arts and treasurer for Tri-Y. She was a Spanish majorer and is destined for the altar after graduation. One of her outstanding achievements is designing her own clothes.
Was awarded a block in music. She had a history major, was a member of Tri-Y, was a model, and dances.
“Al.” will work after graduation. She had a typing major and you could always hear her saying, “Oh yea?”
“Lefty.” Wants to work when he graduates. His major was workshop and his ambition is to be a ‘rack boy.”
Majored in science, plans to be a machinist. He may join the Sea Bees.
Is a life member of CSF, also was secretary (CSF) fall ’49, Pan American Club member. Marian had a Spanish major and San Francisco State College is her destination.
Was registry president one term, member of Hi-Y. He had a history and woodshop major. Was always saying, “What’s doing?”
Was L-10 and H-10 registry president, majored in commercial. She plans to be a secretary.
Plans to go to Healds’ Business College. She was bowling manager and secretarial work was her major.
Member of Block “B” and Hi-Y, was on the intramural basketball champion team, spring ’49. Preparing for a mechanic’s life with a shop major.
Was intramural boxing champion, member of Boys’ Council, Student Council, and Hi-Y, football tackle ’48 and ’49. Had a wood shop major.
Had lead in the term play, belonged to Hi-y and worked hard at science and architectural drawing.
Plans to work when she graduates. She was Red Cross representative and on the honor roll. She majored in music.
A woodshop major keeps this fellow busy along with the baseball playing outside of school.
Plans to go to a university. Electric shop was his major and he always said, “Great!”
“Rudy.” Was on the track and basketball teams. His destination…work! Rudy’s major was English. He was also in Hi-Y.
“Susuk.” Had a mechanical drawing major and will head for work after leaving Balboa.
Was in the Boys’ Council, Block “B,” and Hi-Y. He was a star in both football and basketball and his majors were history, mathematics and language.
Plans to go to college. He was manager of the baseball team and majored in woodshop. Bob was very enthusiastic over church activities.
“Ernie.” Was custodian, registrar of voters, member of Board of Directors, Student Council, Italian Club and CSF. Ernie had an Italian major. His goal…U.C.
Robert TISCARNIA majored in architectural drawing. He was a member of Hi-Y and he was custodian.
Accordion player at Balboa, plans to make her music her future. She was CSF and G.A.A. member.
“Lil.” Received her Block “B” and star and was on the second Honor Roll. Lil intends to work when she graduates. She had a commercial major.
Frances VAN TASSELL
This G.A.A. baseball player and member of Block “B” had a commercial major. She is hoping to combine marriage and work.
Majored in mechanical drawing. Plans to attend Davis Agricultural College.
Was basketball guard, football end, Block “B” and Hi-Y member. He was a Spanish major and has U.C. planned for the future.
Destination is City College. He was assistant yell leader, fall ’49. Active in Hi-Y, Boys’ Council, Board of Directors, Student Council. He majored in history.
Plans to go to work. He had a history major.
Was registry vice president and had a history major. In the future he hopes to become a knocker for the Fuller Bush Company.
Destination is City College. He’s active in Hi-Y, Boys’ Council, Pan American Club, and his majors were Spanish and “Pat.”
Majored in history, plans to go to City College. Likes to say, “Be weird.”
“Ken.” A member of CSF, majored in English and history. He plans to work when he graduates.
“Johnny.” Member of Hi-Y, majored in mathematics and science. Says, “That’s life!” Will go to City College.
Plans to go to work after graduation. She majored in science and music.