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THE CASTELLAN 




1952 



ST. MARVS SEMINARY JUNIOR COLLEGE 



. . . presents its annual publication, THE CASTELLAN, as proof that a Sem Fern's 
day is a busy one. 



We Point With Pride 



To Miss Betty Carol Clutts, with gratitude and esteem, the CASTELLAN staff of 
1951-52 dedicates this issue. 

As head of the Social Science department, she has been helpful, sympathetic, and a 
constant inspiration to all her students through her example. She does not need to wear 
her Phi Beta Kappa key to impress us of her well-informed and interesting mind. She 
has given valuable time in special classes for those who need additional help. 

Miss Clutts has not only helped students in scholarship; she has been senior class 
sponsor and has organized the Current Events Discussion Group, and has made it an im- 
portant and worthwhile campus organization. 

At all times Miss Clutts upholds the aims and traditions of St. Mary's and has proved 
herself to be a fine teacher, understanding counselor, and a true friend to all her stu- 
dents. We are proud to acknowledge our appreciation here. 



As senior class advisor, Miss Clutts 
could be found in the midst of student 
activity. 




THEV KEEP THE WHEELS GRINDING SMOOTHLY 




Above: It's conference time again [or Miss Russell, Miss Verra, and 

Miss Rotha. 

Right: The candid camera turns up when you least suspect. 





Left: Miss Chance and Miss Sandner are 
plotting to order egg plant!!! 
Below left: Could it be that Miss Custis and 
Miss Clutts are plotting the rise of the South? 
That gleam in Miss Clutts' eye means she's 
up to something! 

Below right: After a busy day of classes. 
Miss Morton, Miss Stickney, Miss Harms, 
and Miss McDougall find time for relaxation. 
Bottom: It looks as if Miss Smith, Miss 
Richelderfer, Miss Mechling, and Miss Bog- 
gan are at it again! There must be a prank 
brewing here. 







GEORGIA BENNETT, Class President 
Brunswick, Md. 



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"He profits most who serves best." 

Choir 2,3, president 4; Samadra 2,3,4; Class 
treasurer 2; Student Council 3,4; S.G. A. trea- 
surer 3; A. A. treasurer ; Fall Play 2,3,4; Sig- 
nal News 4; Castellan editor 3; Orientation 3, 

4. 

As treasurer of 'most anything you can 
mention, George has had a busy three years 
at the Seminary. She has had her finger in 
just about every thing that's happened at 
S.M.S. 






MARGARET DINKLE, Vice President 
Baltimore, Md. 



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"Everything will parish save love and music." 

Castellan business manager 3; F.T.A. 3, 
president 4; Art Cluh 4; Home Ec Club 3,4; 
Samadra 4; Class secretary 3; Student Coun- 
cil 3; A. A. 4. 

Peg's our camp gal, as well as the editor 
of the Castellan. She would rather attend a 
big cook-out in a desolate woods than go to 

a hall. 



MARGARET BELL, Secretary 
Cumberland, Md. 



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"A woman's guess is much more accurate than 
a man's certainty." 

Current Events Club secretary 3,4; Choir 3, 
secretary 4; Home Ec Club 3, president 4; 
F.T.A. 4; Library Assistant 3,4; Samadra3,4. 

Without Peg, the second floor girls would 
never get up in the morning. She's also our 
nurse, comforter, and pal. There are more 
bells in her future - wedding bells! 





NANCY BUTTS, Treasurer 
Berlin, Pa. 



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"1 ask to know." 

Samadra 3; Home Ec Club 3,4; Student 
Council 3, president 4; Castellan 3; A. A. 
Board 4; Orientation 4; May Court 4; Fall 
play 4. 

After two years at St. Mary's, we may have 
convinced Nan that Pennsylvania isn't the 
only state in the Union! She has certainly 
convinced us that it produces some of the 
best people in the Union! 



MARY ANN BLAKE 
Havre de Grace, Md. 



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"Full of sweet indifference." 

Samadra 3,4; Student Council 3,4; Class trea- 
surer 3; Castellan 3,4; A. A. Board 3, vice 
president 4; Choir 3,4; Signal News 3, editor 
4; F.T.A. secretary 3, vice president 4; Cur- 
rent Events Club 3, president 4; Varsity bas- 
ketball 3; Varsity hockey 4; May Court 4; 
Fall play 4. 

Plookie is our Romanticist; freedom of 
thought and action are, according to her (as 
well as Somerset Maugham), two good things 
in life. In her two years here, she has dis- 
played fine judgement and plain ole Ameri- 
can "good sense." 




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KATHERINE HOEN 
Baltimore, Md. 




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"Though 1 am always in haste, I am never in 
a hurry." 

Varsity hockey 3,4; Choir 3; Samadra 3,4; 
Athletic Association 3,4; Current Events Club 
4. 

Always living uptohername, "Witty Kitty" 
can bring a smile to everyone. She has a 
cheerful, witty, and unusually original saying 
for each person and each day. Kitty was one of 
our best wings on varsity hockey. 



JOANNE LAWRENCE 
Hollywood, Md. 



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"The music's not immortal, but the world has 
made it sweet." 

Choir 3,4; May Court 4. 

Here is the song bird of our class. She's 
toured with the Hollywood (Maryland, that 
is) Methodist Church Choir as far west as 
Texas and has made TV and radio appear- 
ances. 

She drives to school everyday from Holly- 
wood where she is at work already in her 
career as a secretary. 









ANNE T1LGHMAN 
Crisfield, Md. 



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"1 came; 1 saw; I conquered." 

Castellan 3, Business Manager 4; Student 
Council 2; A. A. Board 3, president 4; Court 
4; Class president 3; Varsity Basketball and 
hockey 4; Orientation 3,4. 

Tillie is one of the "old" girls who knows 
her way around St. Mary's, as can be seen by 
the responsible positions she has so ably filled. 
She has displayed her talent in modern dance 
by being choreographer for May Day.. 



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little Lucy fell off the stag ^ My| My , ^ ^ ^.^ 

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bad 1 hear her *»****£ wnat 1 see? Goodness I Knew ^ my 

Lucy! Lucy! Do you^ee ger ^f^ S st J ha ving In- 

had that 1«* Sahaw l>e* ^^ when dd ^they s m _ tom 

Sight I" e r h° "ou ay "hat's Peg DUW. ^^/stde saddle. Yes, 
dians here? Oh you ^ ^ a papoose Ba itimore. 

weU? That's the fust ume ianReservation right o^e j ^ 

1 heard that she stattedanew {amous comedienne Mty 

Quick, Lucy, look'. ^"^ e T v show last Wednesday mgh.U 
so^disappomted that 1 m «d£ . ^^^KSjK. « 

you've se en f ll r :, the Ma 7 y \nn Blake and Georgia Bermet -^ wo me n 

in all those furs! - Mary* ■ together. Now, Lucy, 1o ^ . M0 V1E 

Lewis's secretary, you Mw ^ they won t let her an 

Once in a while she > Jg£j a « that offer from ^«|£ dancet 

down on 5th Avenue. Just bet ^ ^ ^ 

to enroll? B tts t0 bring her u cla ^ " succe ss they have 

Isn't that sweet of Nancy se no w fine a sue 

of three schools at once ! Ther ^ ^ 

nerV65 \ w 1 never realized that misplace was ^ y what pa th they 

not be the quietest place musl 

best place for gossip! was? oh yeS) 1 see hen Y^ Lucy> 



CAROL RIDGEWAY, Class President 
Winchester, Va. 



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"Great wits jump." 

Choir 1; French Club 1,2; Samadra 1; Home 
Ec Club 1,2; Cheerleader 2; Castellan 2; 
Orientation 2. 

Big brown eyes and that ever loving South- 
ern accent characterize Carol. In her spare 
moments Ridge could be found holding the 
fort in the Smoker writing letters or playing 
cards. 





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JO-ANNE SMITH, Vice President 
Grasonville, Md. 



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"Women can do everything, because they 
rule those who command everything." 

Choir 2; Home Ec Club; Samadra 1; A. A. 
Board 2; Castellan 2; Student Council 2. 

Jo is an Easternshoreman through and 
through. Her brown hair, big brown eyes, 
along with her super personality, all add up 
to some swell gal. 



"Butch" 



RUTH BUTCHER 



Silver Springs, Md. 



Secretary 



"If thy wits run the wild goose chase, I have 
done." 

A. A. Board 2; Cheerleader 2; J.V. Softball 1. 

Beautiful red hair, blue eyes, and peaches 
and cream complexion . . . who could ask for 
anything more? Ruth is one of the "guarders 
of the radio dial" in the Smoker when it's 
tuned to hill-billy music. 



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"Bobbie" 



BARBARA VAN DEVANTER 



Bethesda, Md. 



"With woman the heart argues not the mind. 



Class vice-president 1; Castellan 1,2; Samadra 2; Home Ec Club 1; 
French Club 1,2; Basketball varsity 1,2; A.A. Board 2; Council 1, 
secretary 2; Orientation 2. 

With her blond hair, blue eyes, and big smile, Bobbie is the all- 
American type gal. In more ways than one, in joke and fun, she's 
shown what a good sport a gal can be. 





DIANA LEE JOHNSON 

"Diana Lee" Treasurer 

Lexington Park, Md. 

"Variety is the spice of life." 

Class treasurer 1; Cheerleader 1, captain 2; 
Choir 1,2; Samadra 1; Home Ec Club 1,2; 
Orientation 2; J.V. Softball 1. 

Tres petite I All nice things come in little 
packages, and she sure makes a cute one. 
Diana Lee's vim and vigor will be remem- 
bered cheering the team on to victory. 









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MARLENE BRUBACKER 
"Molly" Leonardtown, Md. 

"I'll find a way or make it." 

A. A. Board 2; Varsity hockey 2; Varsity basketball 2. 

A sweet temperment makes Molly a true pal to everyone. When 
she's around words fly a mile a minute. She is frequently found 
furnishing her room with new ideas. 







"Chase" 



JEANETTE CHASE 



Lexington Park, Md. 



"Eat, drink, and be merry." 



Class president 1; A. A. Board 2; Castellan 2; Cheerleader 1,2; Home 
Ec Club 1,2; Samadra 1, treasurer 2; Student Council 2; French 
Club 1; Orientation 2. 

A very dependable gal is Chase, our "Old Faithful Stand-by," as 
long as the Seminary has been lucky enough to have her. She is 
usually found stewing over last minute details. 



IYhv, Md. 



DORIS CLOUGH 
"Sunshine" 

"Life is surely for pleasure and folly." 
Varsity hockey 2; Varsity basketball 2; A. A. Board 2; Choir 2. 

Sunshine brought us a warm smile from the Eastern Shore. She 
can cut a neat rug as well as a neat figure on the basketball court. 




MARGARET CHILDS 



"Peggy" 



Millersville, Md. 



"Bravery never gets out of fashion. 



Current Events Club 2; French Club 1,2; Samadra 1,2; Home Ec 
Club 1. 

Solemn eyes and very innocent composure make up Peggy. She's 
repeatedly seen acting devilish and giving others a "kick" out of * 
life. 




"Ginnv" 



VIRGINIA DAVIS 

Westwood, Md. 



"Kind words are of great value, are very gra- 
tifying, cost little." 

Home Ec Club, vice president 2; Varsity bas- 
ketball 2; Castellan 2. 

When Ginny says she'll do something, you 
can relax and feel assured there will be a 
job well done. Under quiet exterior there are 
bushels of sympathetic understanding and 
helpfulness. 





WINNEFRED DAVIS 
"Winnie" N.A.A. Patuxent River, Md. 

"Where your treasure is, there will your heart be also." 

Brown hair, hazel eyes that twinkle all the time, and a precious 
figure denote our Winnie. Her unpredictable personality gives all 
of us a treat. 




CORNELIA DIXON 
"Cornie" N.A.S. Patuxem River, Md. 

"Laugh and be well." 

Class secretary 1; Home Ec Club 1,2; French Club 1,2; Samadra 
2; Choir 1,2; Orientation 2. 

A contagious laugh and a ready wit axe Cornie. Oon't ever men- 
tion the word "ARMY" around this gal who is loyal to the Navy in 
a true "Navy Jr." fashion. 




CHRISTINE FRAZER 
"Chris" Elkton, Md. 

"Simplicity of character is no hinderance to subtilty of intellect." 

Choir 2; Art Club 2. 

Chris takes life in hand with a happy-go-lucky philosophy. Name 
or hum a tune and thisgal will play a snap original arrangement on 
the piano for you. Just ask her the latest hit tunes! 




BARBARA ANN JARBOE 
"Jarboe" Mechanicsville, Md. 

"Never do today what you can put off till tomorrow." 

Samadra 2; Choir 2; Art Club 2; Home Ec Club 2. 

Jarboe has a genuine Southern Maryland drawl if there ever was 
one I This is one gal who has enough enthusiasm for all of us. She 
spends a pari Ol u h day rummaging around in her room looking 
for things. 




JOAN LEAGER 
"Joan" St. Indigoes, Md. 

"Hope and be happy that all's for the best." 

Varsity hockey 2. 

Joan has light brown hair, brown eyes and a sweet way of saying 
things. Look for her in the typing room, or watch her rush into class 
after lunch. 





CAROLYN LEWIS 
"Lewie" Oakland, Md. 

"If music be the fruit of love, play on." 

Choir 1,2; French Club 2. 

Known for her intelligence and personality, Carolyn's "quite the 
girl." She has that "stick-to-itness" that is the key-note to success. 





'Anne 



ANNE MITCHELL 



"Boot, saddle, to horse and away." 



Aberdeen, Md. 



Home Ec Club 2. 

That out-of-doors look characterizes our horsewoman. Her room 
is decorated with numerous ribbons she has won as a horsewoman. 
She loves the horses and the horses love her. 






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"Mary Clare" 



MARY CLARE TURNER 



"Silence - more musical than song. 



Aquasco, Md. 



Basketball varsity 1,2; Council 1,2; Court 2; French Club 1,2; 
Choir 1; Samadra 1,2. 

She possesses the prize winning posture of S.M.S. Her graceful- 
ness on the dance floor will catch anyone's eye. To quote: "She's 
a doll." 




ANN WENNER 



"Ann 



Brunswick, Md. 



"If folly grow romantic, 1 must paint it." 

Orientation 2; Art Club, president 2; French Club 2; Home Ec 
Club 1,2; A. A. Board 2; Choir 1; Samadra 1, custodian 2; May 
Court 1; Cheerleader 2; Castellan Art Editor 2; Apple Blossom 
representative 2. 

Here's Ann with her stunning hair style, and ability to gab. She 
is quite the artist and has walked away with some prizes in art con- 
tests. She has livened up some of our parties with an original tap 
dance for us. 



SARAH MOYER 
"Sally" Chestertown, Md. 

"Be silent and safe - silence never betrays you." 

A quiet and sweet personality characterize Sally. She is not 
classified as a book worm by all means, but she and the best novels 
are usually found together in the Smoker. 





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TO LUCERNE. 



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Pictured below are members of Student Council; Left to right: 
Barbara Van Devanter, Patty Fisher, Mary Claire Turner, 
Joan Cook, Bette Jeanne Saches, Mary Ann Blake, Nancy 
Butts, Florence Atkinson, Georgia Bennett, and Elaine Cetra- 
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These are the gals with the pep from a bowl of Wheaties 
and the smile from Dentine gum. Diana Lee Johnson, 
Carol Ridgeway, Ann Wenner, and Ruth Butcher kept 
the spark in S.M.S. school spirit electric. 



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