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CONTENTS 



INTRODUCTION 


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FACULTY. 


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CLASSES 


28 


ACTIVITIES 


76 


SPORTS 


106 


ADVERTISEMENTS 


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a place of quiet night. 





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Our 
Chosen 
Port 



Dedication 




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We dedicate this yearbook to the future— St. 
Mary's future, for we have influenced it and our 
future, for St. Mary's has helped to "chart our 



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President Russell 




President Russell's years at St. Mary's have been characterized 
by growth. She has seen the college grow from a female seminary 
into a four year coeducational college. She is dedicated to the 
ideals of education in keeping with St. Mary's tradition and heri- 
tage. 

Her philosophy on education was expressed in her statement 
to the 1962 Castellan. "It is possible to be very learned, to know 
a great many facts, and not be wise. But we cannot become wise 
without learning. Each one of us has made a beginning in the 
acquisition of knowledge. As we continue to learn and use this 
knowledge in our daily lives, may we by character and intellect 
develop a little wisdom. ..." 



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Her first years at St. Mary's 









President Russell and Governor Taw 



Administration 





Director of Admissions: 
Mr. Turner 




Director of Student Activities: 
Mr. Vukmer 




Student, C. Stack, Dean Merovick, Mr. Yancey and Mr. Lowder 



Housemother of Dorcesfer.- 




Mrs. Hindman talks to the families on the first day of school. 



Housemother of Queen Anne: Mrs. Treadwell 





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A view of Queen Anne from St. John's Pond. 



Health Center 




Nurse Chance 




Library 




Mr. Wong 



Department Of 

Behavioral Sciences 



This year a secondary education pro- 
gram, under the direction of Dr. McNelis, 
was added to the Behavioral Science De- 
partment. Various psychology and sociology 
courses give the student a wide field to 
choose from. 




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Department Of Business 




With the expanding program at St. 
Mary's, there are plans to add a Business- 
Economics major. At present the depart- 
ment prepares students for secretarial and 
business positions and gives them the nec- 
essary skills for their future positions. 



Dr. Walker 





Beverly Hance, Sandy Hou 



Department Of 
Home Economics 




The Home Economics Department has 
provided valuable instruction to those pur- 
suing a profession in the field of Home 
Ec. Courses this year included. Advanced 
Clothing, Textiles, Foods, and Nutrition. 
Unfortunately, this is the last year Home 
Ec. is offered at St. Mary's. 



Mrs. Levay 




Advanced Clothing cla 



Department Of Music 




The Music Department offers a 
course in the basic elements of mu- 
sic, providing the foundation for 
future study. Courses in music ap- 
preciation and applied music are 
also offered. The department will 
expand to include a course in har- 
mony next year. 



Mr. Greeson 





Mrs. Greeson 



Department Of Languages 




Students can choose from a va- 
riety of languages. Basic courses in 
French, German, and Spanish will 
give the student a background in 
the language v\/ith more advanced 
courses emphasizing conversation 
and writing. 




Mr. Hoagland 



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Department Of English 




The English Department is ex- 
panding along with the rest of the 
school. A course in Shakespeare 
was added. Courses in composition, 
World Literature, and English Litera- 
ture, were also taught. 



Mr. Henley 





Miss Hubbard 



Department 

Of 
Mathematics 



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Under the direction of Mr. 
Butler, the math department 
has grown with the addition 
of a Calculus III course. The 
department attempts to give 
students an understanding of 
basic math concepts and to 
prepare math majors for 
work in industry or teaching. 









Mrs. Long 



Miss Salyers 



And Science 



The Science department in- 
cludes chemistry, physics and 
physical science courses. The bi- 
ology department prepares stu- 
dents who are majoring in their 
field for teacher research. 




Mr. Fahl-Phys/cs 



Department Of History 




Dean Merovick is busy at work— term papers perhaps? 





"If you are going to sleep, please don't snore.' 




I Students had to be "on the ball" to keep 

'. pace with those World Civ. tests, Thursday 
^ afternoon quizzes, and term papers every 
three weeks. 



Vicki Kidd and Sally Peatross chat with Miss Atkins after da 



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Department Of Speech 

And 
Theater Arts 



Mr. Hayman 



Under the direction of Miss Hoblit, students of drama 
learn to gear their talents effectively on stage. 

With the addition of an advanced speech course students 
may study more advanced methods in communication. 




Miss Hoblif in action. 



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Department Of Physical Education 
And Recreation 




Mrs. Clevenger 




Mr. Lowder 



Physical development of the student is emphasized. 
With the completion of the new gym, there has been a 
greater variety of sports and recreational activities. 




Students display encouraging smiles as Rita skippers the "ship.' 



Kids take advantage of the pool's 
being open several nights during 
the week. 




Department Of Art 




The diligent hands of artists are guided 
to perfection under the experienced eye of 
Mr. Rowe. Preparation of students for 
teaching and forming the foundation for 
all the visual arts are the goals of this de- 
partment. 



Mr. Rowe at the potter's wheel 



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This Is Our Beginning, 

Our Year 




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MiKe Boston 



JoAnn Bradburn 



Jeanne Brown 



Raymond Brown 







Mary Ann Buckley 



A Year 

To Decide, 













Dennis Campbell George Campbe 



Noreen Carpenter 



To Plan, 
To Dream, 



Stephen Chisholm 






Martha Crandell 



For Our 
Future . 




A Year 





Charles Darney 



Russell Diffenderfer 




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Mary Ann Downey 



Mollie Eaton 



Michael Eggleston 





Beverly Finnegan 



To Learn, 







Herbert Forrest 




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May Beth Fotiadis 



Alison Gay 




Norine Gumula 



Sandra Haddaway 




To Grow . 



Heather Harris 




WiUiam Hentschel 




Pamela Horner 



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Catherine Jackson 



Donnie Johnson 



James Johnson 



A Year Of 
Bewilderment 



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Jan Lancaster 





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Donna Davis 











Questions 



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William Malone 



Dolores Maminski 



William Matthews Georgia Matsukas 



And 
Answers, 






Mary McCoy Dorothy McDonough 



Pamela AAcShane 



Patricia Meyer Christopher Mickey 



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Kevin Muldoon 



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Meet 




Elizabeth Parker 



Edward Petitt 
Lorraine Pratt 

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Peggy Pfaender 
Elaine Quinn 

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Julia Powell 




Richard Ratigan 



Times To 
Just Be 




Julie Powell 




Yourself 



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Mary Jane Rowe 




Thomas Russell 



Barbara Schott 



We Are Getting 




Doug Rowe 




Barbara Springer 



Norma Stocker 



Our Bearings 



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We Are Preparing 




Kathleen Walsh 



Robert Ward 



Bette Jane Webster Robert Webster 



To Take 

The Helm . . . 



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Irene Yeatman 



A/\ark Whitmoore 



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Roy Bee 



Pete Benjamin Paul Bennett Mike Bevins Tom Billingsly 




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Ann Biskey 



Frazier Bishop Kit Bohan 



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"Counsel of the Prosecution" accuses B. J. 




nber it's all in good fun? 




Joseph McCaddin 




Leigh Hartlove 







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William Anthony 



A Year 
To Lead 




John Doherty 




Barbara Myers 





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Philip Abell 



Sara Abell 



Paul Aldridge 



Terri Anderson 




To 



Serve, 




Michael Asplen 






To 



Expand 




Susan Barlow 




Sandra Bartlett 





Mary Bean 




Carolyn Clarke Alan O'Brit 




Louis Benson 



Reid Binghar 





Diane Bolger 




Our 

Knowledge 



Eileen Borleis 





Brady Bounds 



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And Grow 



Mary Lee Bowen 








Virginia Briner 



Ronald Brison 



Susan Brooker 



Janet Brown 





Sandra Brown 





Joyce Bushell 



Kathleen Cabezas 



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Wisdom. 







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Robert Chase 






John Chesaldine 




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Sharon Chesley Carolyn Clarke Robert Collins Roscoe Conklln 




Catherine Cook 





Karen Coyner 





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Sharon Crouse Timothy Crout Glenn Daugherty Jeffrey Davis 





Michael Debow 



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Linda Duncan 




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John Ebner 




Sharon Faraday 




Nancy Eckert 



A Year Of 





Jeannine Finnacom 




James Fedders 




Thomas Flanagan 




William Fluharty 



New Experiences, 





Growing 
In Self, 



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Charlotte Gardner 



Glenn Gass 



Clinton George 



Michael Gilmore 




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Edward Gordon Anne Grantham 




Looking 
Ever 




Gilbert Goldsborough 





Linda Hall 



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Rodney Hall 



William Handy 








Lora Harbert 



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Lois Henderson 



Allen Hicks 



Paul Hoey 



Robert Holland 




Sandy Houts 



Forward 





Sue Hurry 





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Donna Johnson 






Ernest Johnson 



Lee Johnson 



Mike Johnston 




Lynetfe LaCavera 




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Howard Lallande 



Giovanna Lathran 



Linda Legg 




Diane LeGoullon 




Exploring 




Joe McCaddin, Anne Grantharr 



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New Frontiers 







Judith Longest 




Jay Lowery 



Larry Lubbers 



Leon Lukas 



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Joseph Mattingly 



Mary Mattingly 



Joyce Maus 



Patricia McGovern 





Beth Morgan 



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Susan Mullikin 







Joseph Muse 



Maureen Muth 



Craiq Nesbitt 



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Pamela Nides 






Philip Stone 






Striving 



Patricia Othmer 



Theresa O'Shea 




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Glen Plutsehak 



John Quade 



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For 
Success 




Robert Reilly 



Lynne Rafigan 




Rody Rowe Ray Riggi 





Elaine Salamon 




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Barbara Schuman 



Deborah Shetter 




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Sidney Smith 




Gayle Shaefer 



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Christmas open House. 





Dave Snellings 







ill Snyder 



Mathew Spector 



Cleone Stack 



Louis Stone 



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Nancy Stone 




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Patricia Thomas 




Robert Thompson 



Patricia Thompson 



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Linda Tincher 





Garden of Remembr. 




Charting 



Chris Tomaszewskj 



Judith Warner 











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Joe McCaddin Sue Barlow 

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Course 





Skip White 



John Wigginfon 





Deborah Windsor 



Christine Wise 





Richard Wolford 



Barbara Zaiser 




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Activities 




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Student Government 



The Student Senate works as the voice and power of the student 
body of St. Mary's. The officers perform their tasks within a frannework 
of freedonn and responsibility. Currently they have been investigating 
the effectiveness of the government system by revising Student Court 
system. With student support the Senate can make important contribu- 
tions to the growth of St. Mary's. 



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Craig Nesbitt— V/ce President 



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Debbie Sheffer-Pres/denf 





Beth Morgan— Secre/ary 



Ralph Ebbenhouse— Treasurer 




Sophomore President Joe McCaddin 




Freshman President Bill Malone 








Parliamentarian 
Bill Snyder 




W.A.A. President 
Sandy Houts 



Honor Council President 
Gary Lewis 



M.A.A. President Ray Riggin 



Judiciary Board 




left to Righf— Jeannine Finnacom, Jack Doherty, Rich Wolford, 
Craig Nesbitt, Cleone Stack, Nancy Eckert, Bill Snyder 



Judiciary Board was replaced this 
year by the Student Court. It was 
made up of appointees and the vice- 
presidencies. 



Honor Council 



The highest degree 
of honor is not in- 
born; it is acquired, 
and, like knowledge, 
is learned in a specific 
environment. 




Left to R/ghf-AAike Gilmore, Sharon Patrick, Gary Lewis, Debbie Sheffer, Joe McCaddin 



Honor Society 




The Honor Society 
is made up of students 
achieving a cumula- 
tive average of 3.2 or 
better. 



First Row, Lett to Rigfif— Barbara Springer, Irene Learman, Charlotte Gardner, Jim Smith 
Sandy Brown, Mary Ann Buckley, Barbara School, Susan Maus Second Row, Left to Righf- 
Sharon Chesley, Gail Rishel, Vicki Kidd, Sandy Haddaway, Kay Bowen, Paul Bennett 



Student Union Board 



The union was un- 
der complete student 
supervision this year. 
Under the chairman- 
ship of Linda Legg, 
the Union Board 
worked together in 
caring for the union. 




First Row, Left to Right-Bill Fluharty, Barbara Zaiser, Susie Brooker, Linda Legg, Pam Nides, 
Jim Reeves, Don Anthony 



Christmas 




The girls' first open house 
of the year was held before 
Christmas. 

Left: The chorus and dra- 
ma department combined ef- 
forts and presented "The 
Christmas Carol" and a 
Christmas cantata. 



Howie and Karen enjoy punch. 





At St. Mary's 




A scene from Scrooge's past 



Joyeux Noel 



Organized planning, hard work, a spirit of 

giving, united the efforts by the \NAA. to 

sponsor the Christmas pronn. 

A touch of holly . . . 

A friendly fire . . . 

A glittering tree . . . 

inspired a "Joyeux Noel." 




VJ.AA. Sponsor— Mrs. Clevenger 





COURT— left fo Righf— Sara Abell, Dee Molyneaux, Queen Sandy Houts, Sharon Patrick, Debbie Sheffer 



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Class Officers 



Working behind the scenes, 
Accepting the responsibility 

of their offices. 
Involved with campus life 

and people, 
Communicating and exchange of 

ideas. 
Working to unite the student 

body. 
These are the class officers. 





Bottom to Top— Joe McCaddin, Pres., Leigh Hartlove. Corf. Sec, Jack 
Doherty, Treas., Barb Myers, Rec. Sec, Don Anthony, Vice Pres. 



SOPHOAAORES 



FRESHMEN 



Left to Righf-Janet Aud, Treas., Susan Kline, Vice Pres., Bill 
AAalone, Pres. 



Castellan 




Hard work, patience, and a lot 
of time go into the making of a 
yearbook. The Castellan staff hopes 
they have successfully captured the 
events of the year. Special thanks 
go to Reid and Miss Simms. 
Cover Design- 
Georgia Matzukas 



£d/for-in-Ch.ef 





Sharon Chesley 
Business Manager 



Freshmen, Sophomore, and Faculty Editors 
Left to Righf- Linda Caldwell, Donna 
Davis, Julie Powell, Jan Lancaster 




Sales Editors 

Left to Righf— Dottle McDonough 

Sara Abell, Jeannine Finnacom 



Student Court 



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The Judiciary Board was replaced by the 
Student Court. The Court consists of a 
chief justice, two sophomore representa- 
tives and two freshmen. These elected rep- 
resentatives attempt to settle problems 
arising on campus. With the growth of the 
school, the Court will expand to include 
the junior and senior classes. 



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Elaine Salamon 




David Foster 




Choir 




First Row Left to Righ>— Ellen Linton, Debbie Sheffer. Linda Legg, Sara Abell, Sharon Brooker 
Second Row left to Righf— Mrs. Gramento, Faye Abell, Irene Yeatman, Barbara Reilly, Sharon 

Patrick, Joyce Aaron 
Third Row Left to Right— Bob Thompson, Paul Al.dridge, Allan O'Brien, Thomas McMeekan, 

Don Jones, Doug Rowe, David Foster 




Home 
Economics 
Club 



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Women 's 
Dormitory Council 




The W.D.C. is the guiding organization 
of dorm life. The members have successful- 
ly attempted to coordinate activities of the 
dorm with those of the entire campus. 
This year the council has sponsored va- 
rious dances including the Spring Prom. 




Freshman 
Repreienlative 
Ellen Linton 







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Socia/ Director Barbara Zaiser 



Sophomore 
Represenfofive 
Diane LeGoullon 




Treasurer Leigh Harfl 



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Men's 
Dormitory Council 




The Men's Dormitory Council, under the 
leadership of elected officers, strives to en- 
force rules and regulations within Dorches- 
ter Hall. 

The Men's and Women's Dorm Councils 
have cooperated in achieving open house 
in the dormitories for the spring semester. 



President Skip Smith 




Left fo Right— Gary Lewis Treasurer, Sl^ip Smith Preside 
Joe Ebbenhouse Secretary, Craig Nesbitt Parliamentarian 



Fluharty Vice President, 



Scorpion 



The Scorpion is the literary magazine on campus which 
consists of poetry, art, essays and short stories by the stu- 
dents and faculty of St. Mary's. 

This year's spring edition has a new innovation— a pho- 
tographic essay. This year the Scorpion was' under the 
sole direction of the students under the direction of Rody 
Rowe. 




Editor-in-Chief Rody Rowe 



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Newspaper 
— Point News — 



The Point News under the direction of Linda 
Duncan and Susie Brooker kept the students 
abreast of the news on campus. 

Deadlines, misplaced pictures, unwritten ar- 
ticles and completed issues were all a part of 
the pace of a busy staff. 




Linda Duncan Editor-in-Chief 



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Editors 




Left to Righf— Nancy Eckert, Cleone Stack, Kathy Cabezas, Susie Brooker, Diane Le Goullon, 
Peggy Pfaender 



Staff 




First Row, Leil to Righf— Jeff Davis, Elaine Salamon, Lynetfe LaCavera, Pam Nides, Dottie 

AAcDonough 
Second Row, Left to R/ghf— Rick Hennock, Mary Ann Buckley, Skip Fox, Joyce Maus 



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First Row, Left to Right— Diane Bolger, Gari Goodspeed (Treasurer), Clinton George (Pres- 
ident), Ann Grantham (Vice President), Marty Crandell, Miss Hoblitt (Advisor) 

Second Row, Left to Right-Colleen Babington, Gwen Dee Eyier, Ralph Elwell, Mary Ann 
Buckley, Linda Hall, Susan Brooker, Terry Snyder, Kathy Cook, Carolyn Clarke 

Absent— Mary Ann Asay .(Secretary) 




Revival Meeting 



Dark 

Of The 

Moon 




Wall Matthews, Ralph Elwell, Carolyn Clarke 




Miss Hoblit instructs cast. 



May Court 




spring Prom Queen 



Chris Wise 



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Sophomore 
Princess 

Debbie Shaffer 



Sophomore 
Princess 

Beth Morgan 






Apple Blossom 
Princess 




Freshman 
Princess 

Dee Molyneaux 



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Freshman 
Princess 




Freshman 
Princess 



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Remember When 




Remember when the boys were good "Do-Bees?" 





Rub a Dub Dub, six men in a tub. 



S.M.C.-Nature land of 




Remember those trips to the big "city?" 



W.A.A 




Coyner— Vice-Pres., Gayle Shaeffer— Secretary, 



The W.A.A. sponsored an intramural pro- 
gram including volleyball, basketball, softball, 
and table tennis. The girl's varsity basketball 
team became a reality this year. With the 
grov^th of St. Mary's the W.A.A. hopes to 
expand their varsity sports program. 

Under the direction of the state president 
Leigh Hartlove, the State Athletic Association 
held their March meeting at St. Mary's. 





GENERAL BOARD 
i-R-Cheryl Robinetfe, Susie Brooker, Gayle Shaeffer, Leigh 

Hartlove, Sandy Houts 
lit Row— Judy Kai, Karen Coyner, Diane LeGoullon 



MANAGERS 
IR-Sara Abell, Chris Wise, Diane Bolger 



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M.A.A 




The M.A.A. united the men through a 
variety of intramural sports. Football, one 
of the most popular sports, covered the 
fall season. Volleyball, basketball, and base- 
ball were also included in the intramural 
program. 

The M.A.A. sponsored a dinner for the 
college v\/ith Brooks Robinson as the guest 
speaker. 

St. Mary's hosted the 1969 Basketball 
Tournaments. 



Left fo Righl— Mike 
Lowery— Vice Pres. 



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Intramural Football 



Basketball 





Donnie Curtis 



firsf Row— Chuck Clark, Jeff Davis, Russ Diffenderfer, Rick Ratigan, Donnie Curtis, Ken Blazer 
Second Row— Mr. Cole, Mike DeBow, Skip Smith, Ray Riggin, Tom Russell, Jay Lowry, Rick Hannock, 
Bucky Miles, Rob Collins, Mr. Snyder 





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. Boys living in a world of basketball. 
United fighting spirit— always needed, 
always there . . . 
Hours and hours of practice with 
unrelenting coaches . . . 
Combining skill and spirit, 
Overcoming injuries, aching muscles . . . 
Striving for victory— the ultimate goal . . 
Winning, losing, but learning the name 
of the game. 





Si<ip Smith 



Jay Lowery 




Women's Basketball 




First Row, Leff-R/ghf— Ellen Linton, Nancy Carr, Diane Bolger (Manager) 

Second Row, Leff-Ri'ghf— Mrs. Clevenger (Coach), Patty Sharpnack, Beverly Finnegan, Shirley 

St. Clair 
Third Row, teft-Righf— Diane LeGoullon, Diana Waldron, Sue Holt, Gayle Schaefer, Barbara Zaiser, 

Susan Brooker 
Absent— Sandy Brown 




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Cross Country 
Team 



This year's Cross Country Team, while not winning any 
meets this year gained valuable information and expe- 
rience for next year's season. 




Back Row, left to Righf— Chris Tomaszewski, Thomas McMeeken (Captain), Craig Nesbitt, Coach Snyde 
Front Row, Left to Righf— Gary Lewis, Rodney Hall, Ed Myers 



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Intramurals 




Winners Of Football Intramurals 
Orangemen 




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Rah-Rahs 

Winner Of Girl's 

Basketball 

Intramurals 



Volleyball 
Intramurals 





Cheerleaders 




Terri Anderson 
Dee Molyneaux 



Sandy Hill 
Rita Molyneaux 



The cheerleaders under the direction of Captain Terri Ander- 
son, have given the team their full support. New uniforms and 
new cheers have improved the cheerleaders and the school spirit. 




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Kathy Walsh 



Rita AAolyneaux 




Nancy Carr 



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Advertisements 







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Mrs. Lucie Dunbar Abell 

Mr. and Mrs. William D. Anthony 

Mr. and Mrs. W. B Asay 

Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Asplen 

Mr. and Mrs. Gordon E. Barnes 

Mr. and Mrs. B. T. Bennett 

Mr. and Mrs. Blaine Broadwater 

and Mrs. R. M. Brooker 

and Mrs. Fulton Brown 

and Mrs. Hernnan M. Brown, Jr 

and Mrs. William H. Buchanan 

. Cecilia Cabezas 



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Anne J. Caldwell 
and Mrs. George A. Campbell 
and Mrs. Leslie J. Carr 
and Mrs. Robert B. Carter 
and Mrs. William G. Chapman 
and Mrs. Frederick S. Chesley 
Mr. and Mrs. Douglas E. Clark 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Collins 



Mr. and Mrs. Thomas N. Combs 

Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe H. Conklin 

Mr. Ralph M. Crouse 

Mr. and Mrs. Ralph E. Culler 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph L. Denton 

Mr. and Mrs. Herbert J. Forrest, Sr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Fox 

Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Godfrey 

Mr. and Mrs. James C. Graham 

Mr. and Mrs. Ezra L. Grantham 

Great Mills Market 

Mr. and Mrs. John Gumula 

Mr. and Mrs. William H. Guy 

Mrs. Jean Hartlove 

Mr. and Mrs. J. Howard Hixon, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Harry Paul Hoey 

Mr. and Mrs. Henry O. Holt, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Vernon V. Houts 

Mr. and Mrs. Warren Johnson 





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Mr. and Mrs. Emil Kordish 
M'-s. Elva LaBrenz 
Mr. and Mrs. Harold M. Legg 
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard LeGoullon 
Mr. and Mrs. William W. Matthews 
Mr. and Mrs. William J. Maus 
CDR. and Mrs. Robert E. Meyer 
Mr. and Mrs. William B. Miles 
Mr. and Mrs. Archie McGiliivray 
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. McMeeker 
Mr. and Mrs. Bernhard Mueller 
Mr. and Mrs. John A. Nial 
Mr. and Mrs. James C. O'Brien 
CDR. and Mrs. John A. O'Shea, USN 
Mr. and Mrs. William B. Overstreet 
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer H. Plutschak 
Dr. and Mrs. Ernest D. Rehm, M.D. 
Mr. and Mrs. John Phillip Rue 
Capt. and Mrs. Nicholas P. Sarelas 
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick J. Schumacher 



Mr. and Mrs. Harry Shapacic 

Mr. and Mrs. Horace Sheffer, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Donald E. Sipes 

Mr. Cedric B. Snyder 

Mr. and Mrs. William S. Snyder 

Mr. and Mrs. Archie W. St. Clair 

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur G. Strang 

Mr. Joseph W. Taylor 

Mr. and Mrs. Alfred D. 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. 

Mrs. Lillian H. Voss 

Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Watts 

Dr. and Mrs. George Jones Weems, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Fred D. White 

Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Whitmore 

Mr. and Mrs. Eldridge Windsor 

Mr. and Mrs. Martin G. Winter 

Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Woodburn 

COL and Mrs. George Zinnemann 



Teunis 
Thompson 





HEWITT LUMBER 
& SUPPLY CO. 

GENERAL BUILDING MATERIALS 

HARDWARE and PAINTS 

Callaway and Lexington Park 

St. Mary's County 

994-144! 863-6611 




Compliments of 

FRANK A. COMBS 
INSURANCE AGENCY 

Leonardtown, Maryland 
Phone: 475-9116 





Compliments of 

SPRINGER'S MEN'S SHOP 

Formal Wear Service 

Lnington Park, Maryland 

Phone: 863-5622 



BELL MOTOR COMPANY 

CHEVROLET— BUICK—OLDSMOBILE 

Sales and Service 

Leonardtown, Maryland 

Phone: 475-8004 



MARYLAND NATIONAL BANK 

. . . does so much for so many people 

63 Offices Serving Metropolitan Baltimore 

The Eastern Shore and Southern Maryland 

LEONARDTOWN and MECHANICSVILLE 

Member of Federal Deposit 

Insurance Corporation 



KING'S SHOPARAMA 

Lexington Park, Maryland 

One Stop Shop in Southern Maryland 

Central Charge 

VO 2-0011 



'Flowers for Every Occasion' 

KENNY'S FLOWERS 

Leonardtown and Lexington Park 
Maryland 

PHONES: 475-8025 
863-7054 



TOWN 


AND 


CASUAL 

P.O. Box 73 


SHOP. 


INC. 




Leonardtown, Md. 


20650 







WOOD'S FOODLAND 

Phone: 884-3233 

Meats — Groceries — Fruits 

Mechanicsville. Md. 


J'S LIQUOR & GROCERY 

R+. 5 At Golden Beach Rd. 
Charloffe Hall, Md. 





Compliments of 

HARRIS 
JEWELERS 

Leonard+own, Md. 




NEW MARKET ESSO 

New Market, Maryland 
Telephone: 884-3291 
ROBERT A. MOELLER 




Compliments 
of 

JOHNNY 
CHESELDINE 
Park Pontiac, Inc. 

Lexington Park, Md. 



J. H. COPSEY 

Plumbing and Heating Contractor 
Mechanicsville, Md. 20659 



HOME 
301—884-3879 

OFFICE 
301—884-3370 



COMMUNITY DRUGS 

Route 5 and Golden Beach Turnoff 
Charlotte Hall. Md. 20672 



ST. MARY'S 
CHARLES COUNTY 



884-3117 
274-3164 



ARTHUR H. WEAR, 
Pharmacist 



Compliments 
of 

THE ROOST 

Lexington Park, 
Maryland 



THE ENTERPRISE 



Southern Maryland's Reading Weekly 
With Over 7000 in Circulation 



In Lexington Park, Maryland 
Phone: 862-1011 



ADAM'S APPLIANCE SHOP 

Sales and Service 
APPLIANCE— TELEVISION 

Hollywood, Maryland 
Phone: 373-2253 



A FULL 

SERVICE 

BANK 



The First National Bank 
of St. Mary's 

LEONARDTOWN 

LEXINGTON PARK - PATUXENT RIVER 

MARYLAND 



MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM 
MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE INSURANCE CORPORATION 



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BACON & PASSARELU. INC. 

General Contractors and Builders 

RESIDENTIAL— COMMERCIAL— INDUSTRIAL 



OFFICE 
863-5144 
863-5355 



Lexington Park, 



Greetings From 

TIDEWATER REALTY, INC. 

13 Shangri-La Drive 

Lexington Park, Maryland 

Next Door to Citizens National Bank 

Phone: 863-705! 

JACK RUE JIM HENDERSON 



Compliments of 



ATLANTIC 
VAN LINES 



Lexington Park, Maryland 
Phone: 862-1211 



Compliments 
of 



Mervell M. Dean, Inc. 



General Contractors 

Hollywood, Md. 




Compliments 
of 

THE BARLEY CO., INC. 

Leonardtown, La Plata 
Maryland 



JANICE 

Specialty Shop for Ladies Apparel 

Leonardtown, Md. 20650 



ST. MARY'S 
ICE AND FUEL, INC. 



Leonardtown, Maryland 
Phone: 475-5251 



h.i.s 



PARK 
MENS SHOP 



LEXINGTON PARK, MD. 



CANNON SHOE STORE 

QUALITY SHOES 

af 
POPULAR PRICES 

for 
ALL THE FAMILY 
189 Shangri-La Drive G. E. HOPPLE, Mgr 

Lexington Park. Md. 20653 Phone: 863-8951 



Compliments 
of 

THRIFT 

OIL 

COMPANY 

Phone: 475-9111 
Leonard+own, Maryland 





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GUY BROS. 
IMPLEMENTS 

Massey-Ferguson 

Farm Equipment 

CLEMENTS, MARYLAND 20624 

Telephone 475-9512 




CITIZENS NATIONAL 


BANK OF 


SOUTHERN MARYLAND 


WALDORF, MARYLAND 



Compliments of 

ALDRIDGE FORD, INC. 



Lexington Parle, Maryland 
VO 3-81 I I 



'Our Specialty is Good Business' 



BLAIRS 

JEWELRY— SILVER— CHINA 
STUDIO CARDS 



Lexington Park 

and 

Leonardtown 



Phone: 862-1271 



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CARPETS FURNITURE 



ALES CENTER 



Appliances — Television — 
Appliance Service 

Main Office and Warehouse 
Lexington Park, Md. 

VO 3-8181 

Leonardfown, Md. 

GR 5-9121 



MATTINGLEY 
FUNERAL HOME 



AMBULANCE SERVICE 
MONUMENTS 



LEONARDTOWN, MARYLAND 
Phone: 475-8068, 475-8069 



Compliments 
of 

PEPSI-COLA 




Compliments of 

PARK JEWELERS 

Lexington Park, Maryland 
Phone: 862-3121 



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GEORGE M. DIXON, INC 



GENERAL CONTRACTOR—^ 



8808 Old Branch Avenue 
Clinton. Maryland 20735 



Compliments of 



BURCH OIL 
COMPANY, INC. 



GULF OIL PRODUCTS 

Hollywood, Maryland 
Phone: 373-2131 



PARK PHARMACY 

YOUR REXALL STORE 

'Through These Portals Pass the Prettiest Girls 
in the World" 

Lexington Park, Maryland 
Phone: 863-6161 



DEAN'S LUMBER AND SUPPLY 
COMPANY, INC. 

General Building Materials 
HOLLYWOOD, MARYLAND 

Phone: 373-2111 



The Alumni Association 

of 

St. Mary's College of Maryland 



Compliments 
of 

J. FRANK RALEY, JR. 



Compliments 
of 

L THOMSON'S 
Sales Center 

Lexington Park, Md. 



Compliments 
of 

SPARLING'S 

Leonardtown, Md. 



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MCKAY IMPLEMENT & 
TRUCK CO.. INC. 

Leonard+own, Md. 

FARM 4 INDUSTRIAL EQUIPMENT 

INTERNATIONAL TRUCKS 

NEW HOLLAND AND NEW IDEA EQUIPMENT 

475-9190 

475-9150 



Compliments of 

ST. MARY'S PHARMACY 

Your Rexall Store 
Leonardtown, Maryland 



GUY BROTHERS MARINE 

475-9774 

Clements, Maryland 

EVINRUDE OUTBOARDS 

HOMELITE CHAIN SAWS 

LAWN BOY MOWERS 



Compliments 
of 



LEONARDTOWN 
FASHION 
CENTER 

Leonardtown, Md. 
475-9726 




GUY'S 
FOODWAY 



General Merchandise 
475-9115 



Compliments 
of 

SMITH'S. INC. 

Leonardtown, Md. 
475-4321 



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Why Pay More for Gasoline 
Drive Into Your 

SAVON 

Save 

Phone: 862-9933 



Compliments 
of 

DYSON'S 
GULF SERVICE 



CRESCENT DELICATESSEN 

OPEN 7 DAYS— 8 A.M. to Midnight 

Package Store — Groceries 
Lexington Park VO 2-5191 



MAC'S NEW AND USED CARS 

FIAT SALES AND SERVICE 

Rt. 4, Box 475 

Lexington Park, Md. 

PHONE: 863-8242 



Compliments 
of 



MARYLAND 
BEAUTY 
LOUNGE 



Lexington Park 
Maryland 




PARK HALL 
SHOES 



FAMILY FOOTWEAR 
THOM McAN 

Quality Shoes 
Reasonable Prices 

Opposite the 

New Library 

PHONE: 863-5600 





Compliments 
of 

LEONARDTOWN TEXACO 

'Drive In Please, 

Drive out Pleased" 

PHONE: 475-8965 


Compliments 
of 

MEADOW GOLD 
ICE CREAM 





BOB & CATO'S TEXACO 



Compliments 
of 


LEXINGTON PARK 
DRY CLEANERS. INC. 


BEN FRANKLIN 
STORE 


Lexington Park, Md. 


#1 1 Tulagi Place 
Lexingfon Park, Md. 


For Prompt 

Pick-up and Delivery 

Service 


PHONE: 
863-9200 


call: 994-0200 



RURAL 
ELECTRONICS 



330 Gr. Mills Rd. 

Lexington Park, 

Md. 20653 

Phone (30): 863-6622 

'Wholesale Prices 
to the 
Public" 



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GREAT MILLS 
MODERN 
CLEANERS 





PARK 


COCA-COLA 


TV & RECORD 


BOnUNG 


SHOP 


COMPANY 


RCA 




COLOR TV 




HEADQUARTERS 


La Plata, 


Sales and Service 


Maryland 


Discount Record Shop 




26 Shangri La Drive 




862-8411 



LEONARDTOWN LAUNDRY 

Box 300 
LaeiMrdtown, Maryland 





Compliments 
of 

THE CLOTHES HORSE 

AND 

THE STYLE CENTER 

Your Centers ot Ladies 
and Children's Fashions 

Leilngton Parlr. Md. 


FRED CHESLEY 

ASSOCIATES AND 

MANUFACTURERS 

REPRESENTATIVES 

3703 Boni+a St. 
Silver Hill, Md. 





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thoughts 




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142 




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