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THE 



CASTELLAN 



1954 



St. Mary's Seminary- Junior College 

St. Mary's City, Maryland 



Gail-Rowe Harbold, Editor 

Ann H. Watson, Co-Editor 



DEDICATION 



MISS MARGUERITE CUSTIS 




It is with respect and admiration that we dedicate this, the 1954 
Castellan, to Miss Marguerite Custis. Her sincere interest in us and 
her helpful advice, together with her ready wit, make her our friend 
and one towhomwe shall alwaysbe indebted. Her enthusiasm, outstand- 
ing abilities as an instructor and constant encouragement have created 
in her students the desire to attain their highest goals. 

For all this and for your untiring efforts to work with and for us, we 
say, "Thank you, Miss Custis!" 



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N AND FACULTY 




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Miss May Russell 
President 




Mrs. Grace S. Gardner 
Dean 



Miss Louise K. Rotha 
Registrar 







Miss Virginia Barnes 
Home Economics 



Miss Ethel Chance 
Nurse 



Miss Betty C. Clutts 
History & Social Science 




Miss Estelle C. Elliot 
Speech & Drama 






Mrs. Bessie B. Courtney 
l '*>rarian 



Mrs. Sara A. Gillium 
Head of Residence 



Miss Norma Harms 
Art 




Mrs. Anne M. Keehan 
Accountant 



Mrs. Jean Ressler 
Music & Choir 




Miss Claixe V. Stickney 
Foreign Languages 



Miss Anna Sander 
Secretary 




Mr. Harrison Tawney 
Public Relations 



Miss Loretta M. Stallings 
Physical & Health Education 



Miss M. Louise Truxal 
English 



SENIORS 




CAROLYN LOUISE LEWIS 
"Lewie" Oakland, Md. 

President 
Varsity hockey 3,4; ba ske tba 11 1,2,4; A.A. 1,2; 
Treasurer 3; Vice President 4; Court 3, Hoube Com- 
mittee 4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Choir 1,2,3,4; Home 
Ec. 1, Secretary 3; French Club 1, Secretary 2; Artist 
& Lecture Committee 2; Plant Committee Chairman 
3; Health & Safety Committee Chairman 4; Signal 
News 3. 

Ambitious. . .dependable. . .soft, low voice. . . 
musical. . .always heard yelling "Chris". . .studious 
. . . keeper of the store. . . frequents U. S. N. A. . . . 
athletic. 




DORIS ADA CLOUGH 
"Sunshine" Price, Md. 

Vice President 
Varsity hockey 2,3,4; Basketball 2,3,4; Intramurals 
2,3,4; A.A. Board 2,3; President of A.A. 4; Choir 2; 
May Court 3,4; Current Events Club 4; Visual Com- 
mittee 3; Classroom Building Committee 4; Art Club 
3; Orientation Committee 3; Class Vice President 3. 
Tops in athletics. . .can be found near ocean. . . 
likes to party. . .cute, li'l Eastern Sho' gal. . .al- 
ways laughing. . .gets in on many DEEP discussions 
. . .will major in English. 




DOROTHY ELIZABETH ENNISS 
"Dotty" Norfolk, Va. 

Secretary 
Home Ec. Club 3, Vice President 4; Samadra Club 
3; A. A. 3,4; Health & Safety Committee 3; Public 
Relations Committee Chairman 4; King's Daughters 
Committee 3, CASTELLAN Copy Editor 4. 

Sparkling brown eyes. . .big, friendly smile. . . 
little & cuddly. . .deep Southern accent... .excellent 
seamtress. . .Naval Academy minature. . .wedding 
bells in near future. 






GAIL-ROWE HARBOLD 
"Bo" Annapolis, Md. 

Treasurer 
Varsity hockey 3,4; Intiamurals 3,4; Samadra Club 
3, President 4; Choir 4; A.A. 3,4; Home Ec. Club 
3,4; Audio-Visual Committee 3; Library Committee 
3, Chairman 4; Orientation Committee 4; King's 
Daughters Committee 3; CASTELLAN Layout Editor 
3, Editor-in-chief 4. 

Navy Junior. . .laughs at everything. . .depend- 
able. . .good sense of humor. . .icy grey eyes. . . 
prefers Midshipmen . . . would make a wonderful 
school teacher. . .famous at parties. . .never quiet. 




ELIZABETH STANSBURY DALLAM 
"Liz" Sandy Spring, Md. 

Tennis Tournament 4; Intramuials 4; A. A. 4; Tum- 
blingClub 4; Choir 3,4; Current Events Club 4; Kings 
Daughters Comm. 4; Signal News Editor and Copy 
Editor 3. 

Literary. . ."got a cigarette?" . . . generous. . . 
very friendly. . .rather quiet. . .ready wit. . .has a 
nice way with children. . .will be a fine teacher. 



GRACE MARY ELLIS 
"Peaches" Oakley, Md. 

Art Club 4; Home Ec. Club 4; A. A. 3,4; Library 
Comm. 3,4; Public Relations Comm. 3,4. 

Friendly and sweet. . .unassuming. . .recognized 
by her giggle. . .speed demon on the typewriter. . . 
will make an ideal secretary. 





RUTH ALICE ENSOR 
"Ruthie" Brunswick, Md. 

A. A. 3,4; Intramurals 4; Plant Comm. 3; Assembly 
Comm. Chairman 4; House Comm. 4; Choir 3,4; 
Art Club Secretary 3, Vice President 4; Home Ec. 
C lub 3, President 4. 

Nice. . .square dancer fiend from The West (of 
Maryland). . .recognized nationally for 4-H work. . . 
those talents generously given at S.M.S. . . .looks 
quiet, but looks can be deceiving! 



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EVA CHRISTINE FRAZER 
"Chris" Elkton, Md. 

Honor Court Chairman 4; Student Council 3,4, Sec- 
retary 3; Class president 3; A. A. 3,4; Art Club 2, 
President3,4; Choir2,3,4; Home Ec. Club 3,4; Artist 
and Lecture Comm. 2,3; Plant Comm. Chairman 4; 
Signal News Staff 3; CASTELLAN Art Editor 4. 

Our Master Painter. . .likes to study. . .and sing 
. . .pretty hair. . .future Harmonicat. . .avid Demo- 
crat. . .has determination. . .bound to be successful. 





GLADYS MAGDALEN LONG 
"Gladys" Loveville, Md. 

Audio Visual Aids Comm. 4; Art Club 4. 

Diligent. . .very neat. . .attractive. . . "oh, for 
goodness sakes". . .pretty eyes. . .we like her auto 
. . .will make a fine librarian. 



ANDREW BEAN SHORTER 
"Andy" Drayden, Md. 

Current Events Club 4; Christmas Pageant 3,4. 

Deep thinker. . .holds his own as lone man of the 
class. . .always listens to our troubles. . ."Father 
White". . .wants to be a minister. 




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JULIA MARIE VALLANDINGHAM 
"Valli" Clements, Md. 

A. A. 3,4; Intramurals 3; Home Ec. Club 3; Library 
Comm. 4. 

Sweet, even disposition. . .always ready to help 
. . .big smile for everyone. . .loves to dance. . . 
terrific at itl. . ."Valli, cut my hair". . .frequently 
seen in the library. . .and smoker. 



BARBARA LEE VanDEVANTER 
"Bobbie" Bethesda, Md. 

Council 1, Secretary 2, Treasurer 3, President 4; 
A. A. 1,2,3,4, Board 2,3,4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Hockey 
Varsity 2,3,4; Basketball Varsity 1,2,3,4; Volleyball 
Varsity 2,3; Softball Varsity 2; Home Ec. Club 1,2; 
Samadra Club 1; French Club 2,3; Kings Daughters 
Comm. 1,2; Assembly Comm. Chairman 3; Orienta- 
tion Comm. 2,3, Chairman 4; Social Comm. 2,3; 
May Court 2, Queen 4; CASTELLAN Staff 1,2,3. 

The Spirit of S.M.S. . . .has been a great S.G.A. 
president. . .four year stretch. . .all around gaL . .a 
real friend to everyone. . .tall, blonde and terrific 
. . .plans include marrige, June '55. 





MARY HELEN WARD 
"Frosty" Bel Air, Md. 

Student Council 3, Vice President 4; Chairman House 
Comm. 4; A. A. 3,4; Intramurals 3,4; Home Ec. Club 
3,4; Samadra, President 3; Kings Daughters Comm. 
3; ChairmanSocialComm. 4; Fall Play 4; Christmas 
Play 3; May Court 4; Signal News, Feature Editor 3; 
CASTELLAN, Literary Editor 4. 

Outstanding leader. . .good actress. . .bubbling 
personality. . .frosty, big, blue eyes. . .like a rose. . . 
U.C.L.A.?. . .West Point?. . .sophisticated voice. . . 
devilish. . .knows what she wants. 



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SENIOR SUPERLATIVES 






MARY HELEN WARD 
Most Likely to Succeed 



BOBBIE VanDEVANTER 
Most Versatile 



DORIS CLOUGH 
Most Athletic 



CHRISTINE FRAZER 
Most Artistic 



GAIL HARBOLD 
Wittiest 



CAROLYN LEWIS 
Most Musical 






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SOPHOMORES 




BILLIE JEAN WHITTINGTON 
"B.J." Princess Anne, Md. 

President 
StudentCouncil 1, Treasurer2; Intramurals 1,2; A. A. 
1,2; Home Ec. Club 1,2; FrenchClub2; Current Events 
1,2; Orientation Comm. 2; Library Comm. 2; King's 
Daughters 2. 

"Need a fourth for bridge?". . .devoted to the 
Eastern Sho'. . .a busy girl with a finger in every 
pie. . .likes to talk. . .laughs a lot. . .will return 
next year. 







LINDA LOU LONG 
"Lou" Brunswick, Md. 

Vice-President 
Class President 1; Council 1; A. A. 1, Board Treasurer 
2; Basketball 2; Softball 1; Intramurals 1,2; French 
Club 1; Samadra Club 1; Choii 1,2; F.N. A. 2; Kings 
Daughters 1,2; Orientation Comm. 2; Officials Club 
2. 

Vivacious. . .personality plus. . .love to hear her 
version of "Hold Me". . .really has rhythm. . .ver- 
satile. . .will soon have her MRS. 




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BARBARA MARY MELOCIK 
"Bobbie" Baltimore, Md. 

Secretary 
Inuamurals 1,2; Cheerleader 1, Captain 2; A. A. 1, 
Board 2; Choir 1,2; Class Secretary 1; Home Ec. Club 
1; French Club 1, President 2; F.N. A. 2, Secretary 1; 
Samadra Club L 

Rah-rah girL . .Charleston expert. . .full of pep 
. . ."C'mon gang". . .good student. . .good luck at 
Notre Dame of Maryland! 



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MARILYN FAYE SEIFERT 

Lexington Park, Md. 
Treasurer 
Varsity Hockey 1,2; Basketball 1,2; Archery 1,2; Soft- 
ball 1; Volleyball 1; Inuamurals 1,2; A.A.I, Board 2; 
May Court 1; Fall Play 1; Officials Club 2; French 
Club Vice President 2; Samadra Club Vice President 
2; Tumbling Club 2; Audio-Visual Committee 2; 
CASTELLAN Photography Editor 2. 

Always busy. . .athletic. . ."gee whiz". . .blonde 
and cute. . .a live wire. . .top tumbler. . .will be a 
fine P.E. major at Woman's College, U. of N.C. 





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ROSE YVONNE BLACKWELL 
"Yvonne " Baltimore, Md. 

A.A. 2; Intiamurals 2; Health & Safety Comm. 2; 
F.N. A. Vice-President 2; Choii 2; Fall Play make- 
up directoi 2. 

Bridge fiend. . .noted for her pony tail. . .always 
laughing. . .practical joker. . .swimming and nursing 
main interests. . .Miss Chance's assistant. 



PATRICIA GAIL DONAHO 
"Patty" Patuxem, Md. 

A.A. 1,2; Imramurals 1; Archery varsity 2; Choir 1, 
2; Home Ec. Club 1, Treasurer 2; Artist & Lecture 
Comm. L 

TalL . .willowy. . .golden hair. . .persistent. . . 
came to SMS from Newfoundland. . .sews well. . . 
always with Suie. . .Navy junior. 





ELIZABETH CECELIA DAVIS 
"Betty" Wynne, Md. 

Intramurals 2; Classroom Building Comm. 2. 

Southern Marylander with a mania for hillbilly 
music. . .likes swimming and speed boats. . .beauty 
queen. . .sings and dances. . .wants a convertible. 



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MARTHA KATHERINE DUDLEY 
"Kate" Owings Mills, Md. 

Current Events Club 2, Art Club 2, Choir 2, A. A. 2, 
Intramurals 2, Signal News 2. 

Oh, that look . . . sweet, kind way . . .has a full 
date book. . ."Hi, there". . .lover of good books. 





CAROL RUTH FUNKHOUSER 
"Blackie" Charlestown, W. Va. 

A. A. 2, Basketball Varsity 2, Intramurals 2, May 
Day Dance 2, F. N. A. 2, Artist & Lecture Commit- 
tee 2. 

Future undetermined. . ."Okay, when--now?". . . 
card shark. . .crazy sports shirts. . ."Dig thatCar". . . 
very dependable. . ."Man, can he dance". 



MARGARET ANNA GILLESPIE 
"Peggy" Sudlersville, Md. 

Varsity Volleyball 1, A. A. 1,2, Intramurals 1,2; 
French Club l.HomeEc. Club 2, Current Events Forum 
2; Library Committee 2; Fall Play 1,2. 

Always talking. . .VERY fond of sleeping. . .petite 
. . .ardent bridge player. . .very agreeable. ..willre- 
turn to S. M S. 







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MARY LYNN GRAY 
"Mary Lynn'' Lexington Park, Md. 

A. A. 1,2, Intramurals 1,2; Art Club 1, Treas. 2; 
French Club 1, F. N. A. 1, Pres. 2, Home Ec. Club 
2, Current Events Forum 2: Orientation Committee 
2; King's Daughters Chairman2; Honor Court 2; Stu- 
dent Council Secy. 2; Shennendoah Apple Blossom 
Princess 2. 

Red hair. . .always active. . .paints beautiful pic- 
tures. . .loves clothes. . .contagious giggle. . . "Hey, 
y'all". . .future Florence Nightingale. 



ELLEN ANTHONY HARKNESS 
"Toni" Mutual, Md. 

A. A. Board 2, Varsity Hockey 2, Basketball 2. In- 
tramurals2; Plant&Garden Committee 2; May Court 
2. 

Athletic. . .a regular for bridge. . .noted for those 
loud shirts . . . "Don't Call My Name". . .ready for 
fun. . .and to lend a helping hand. 





LEANORA THERSA HUNNER 
"Sis" Baltimore, Md. 

Varsity Hockey 2. Basketball 2, Intramurals 2, A. A. 
Board 2: Current Events Forum Treas. 2, Artist & 
Lecture Committee 2; Tennis Varsity 2, Officials 
Club 2, Badminton, Tennis Tournament Winner 2. 

Sports-minded. . ."Swing! ". . .foremost member 
of THE BAND. . .bashful?. . .mischievous., .beauti- 
ful eyes. . .Roland Park's loss wasdefinitely our gain. 




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BARBARA ANN TAYLOR 
"Barb" Baltimore, Md. 

■A. A. 1,2, Board 2, Varsity Hockey 1,2 Intramurak 
1,2; Choii 2; Health & Safety Committee 2, Orien- 
tation Committee 2; Fall Play 2; May Court 2. 

Personality plus . . . has cute ways. . .and crazy 
impersonations. . .artistic. . .mad about cars. . .re- 
cord fiend. . .always ready for a good time. 





JANICE TAYLOR 
"Janice" Washington, D. C. 

Choir 1,2; French Club 1, Home Ec. Club 2, Current 
Events Forum 2, Social Committee 2. 

"No kidding, can we?". . ."Should I wear heels?" 
. . . bridge fan . . . good student. . .tall blonde (not 
peroxide). . .Southern Belle. 




PATRICIA ANN TOWNSEND 
"Pat" Denton, Md. 

House Committee 2; Choir 2; French Club 2; A. A. 
2; Current Events Forum Secy. 2; Intramurals 2; So- 
cial Committee 2; Signal News 2; CASTELLAN Busi- 
ness Editor 2. 

Quiet. . .self -controlled. . .has great determina- 
tion . . . attractive . . . very neat. . .plans to be a 
lawyer. 




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ANN HARWOOD WATSON 
"Woody" Brunswich, Md. 

A. A. 1,2. Intiamurals 1,2; French Club 1; Choir 2; 
ClassTreas. 1; Plant Committee 1; Signal News Staff 
1,2; CASTELLAN Co-Editor 2. 

Loves horses. . .studious. . .full of fun. . .writes 
MANY letters. . .seems quiet, but isn't. . .likes to 
folk dance. . .journalism main interest. 




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MARGARET ANNE WILLIAMS 
"Willie" Mountain Lakes, N. J. 

A. A. 1,2, Intramurals 1,2, Varsity Hockey 2; Art 
Club 2, Assembly Committee 2, Plant Committee 
1, Choir 1, Treas. 2, Fall Play 2. 

Optomistic . . . very practical . . .swimming en- 
thusiast. . .partial to the Navy. . .but not to bees. . . 
plans to be a physical therapist. 




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MARILYN LOUISE 
"Marl" 

A. A. 2, Intramurals 2 
mittee 2 

Real great jitterbug. ..a chatterbox, 
smile. . .Bop fan. 



WILLIAMS 

Baltimore, Md. 
Temporary Building Com- 

.has a ready 





MOLLIE YOUNG 
"Mole" Washington, D. C. 

A. A. 1,2, Varsity hockey 1,2, basketball 1,2, vol- 
leyball 1, baseball 1, bowling 1, Intramurals 1,2; 
Home Ec. Club 1; Choir 1; Audio-Visual Aids Com- 
mittee 2. 

Bound for U. of Md. . . aims is to P. E instructor 
. . ."Yea, let's go!". . .basketball enthusiast and a 
2nd Florence Chadwick. . .likes to jitterbug and laugh 
at midnight. . .always early? 



St. Mary's Seminary-Junior Co 



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SOPHOMORE 

SUPERLATIVES 



MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED- - 
Pat Townsend 



MOST VERSATILE— 
Faye Seifert 




MOST ATHLETIC-- 
Sis Hunner 



MOST ARTISTIC -- 
Mary Lyan Gray 




WITTIEST-- 

Peggy Gillespie 



MOST MUSICAL 
Linda Lou Long 




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JUNIOR CLASS 




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Left to right: 1st row, S. Doyle, B. Bragg, J. Dodson, M.Jacobs, A.Radford, C. Bloodsworth. 2nd row, C. 
M. Font, S. Shugart. L. Mikesell. J. Lockard, N. Long, D. Green. 3rd row, R. Golden, L. Cox, B. Heard, 
J. Jones, M. Wilson, T. Parrott, M. Slingluff, Miss Stallings. 



Class officers; S. Shugart, 
Secretary; M. Wilson, Presi- 
dent; Miss Stallings, Advisor; 
CM. Font, Treasurer; J. Jones, 
Vice-President 




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FRESHMAN CLASS 




Class officers: E. Brimer, 
Secretary; J. Totman, Presi- 
dent; Miss Clutts, Advisor; S. 
Shook, Treasurer; M. Slingluff, 
Vice-President. 



Left to right: 1st row, L. Miller, S. Culver, J. Totman, D. Foley, C. Gross. 2nd row. E. Powell, E. 
Brimer, S. Shook, N. Kettel, M. Slingluff, J. Cook, Miss Clutts. 3rd row, J. Barker. E. Bowman, E. Sand- 
lin, P. Murray, L. Shure, J. Starkweather, J. Bollinger. 




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COUNCIL 



1st row, S. Culver, M. Font, M. 
Slingluff. 2nd row, M.L.Gray, 
B. VanDevanter, Mrs. Gardner, 
M. H. Ward, C. Frazer. 






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HOUSE 
COMMITTEE 



1st row, P. Townsend, S. Shu- 
gart, F. Seifert, M. Slingluff. 
2nd row, R. Ensor, M. H. Ward, 
Mrs. Gilliam, M. Slingluff, C. 
Lewis. 



HONOR 
COURT 



Left to right, E. 
Brimer, B. VanDevan- 
ter, C. Frazer, S. Shu- 
gart, Miss Russell. 



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CASTELLAN 



Lst row, G. Harbold, MissTruxal, A. Watson. 2nd row: 
P. Townsend. F. Seifert, D. Enniss, M. H. Ward, C. 
Frazer, J. Jones. 




GAIL HARBOLD 
Editor 



ANN WATSON 
Co-Editor 



SIGNAL NEWS 




Seated, A. Watson, Miss Truxal, T. Harkness; standing, L. Mikesell, R. 
Golden, P. Townsend. D. Green. K. Dudley, S. Culver. 



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CHOIR 



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Our TV broadcast on WTOP in Washington 




Left to right: 1st row, S. Doyle, E.Bowman, 
K. Dudley, C. Bloodsworth, Mrs. Ressler, E. 
Dallam, A.Radford, M. Slingluff, J. Seiver, 
2nd row, J. Smith, R. Ensor, M. L. Gray. C. 
Frazer, N. Long, C. Lewis, J. Dodson, J. 
Jones, N. Kettel. 




Doing "Barefoot" 
formances. 



at one of the Choir-tour per- 




Miss Russell wishing us 
luck on our spring tour 
as we leave. 



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CHOIR 





Taking a bow with Tay after a number on Choir- 
tour 



3rd row, P. Chandler, J. Cook, L. Mikesell, 
L. Long, B. Taylor, S. Culver, E. Heard, C. 
Gross, M. Jacobs, J. Bollinger. 4th row, G. 
Harbold, P. Townsend, E. Sandlin, A. Wil- 
liams, A. Watson, J. Lockard, J. Taylor, T. 
Parrott.P. Donoho. J. Starkweather, Y. Black- 
well. 





Our last stop at Fredrick Sasscer, it was a wonder- 
derful trip! ! 



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FRENCH CLUB 



Left to right: 1st row, P. Mur- 
ray, V.Green, M. Slungluff, B. 
J. Whittington. 2nd row, P. 
Townsend, B. Melocik, C. Nor- 
wood, E. Brimer, S. Shook, L. 
Shure. 3rd row, F. Seifert, S. 
Culver, J. Totman. 



CURRENT 
EVENTS 
FORUM 



Left to right: S. Doyle, M. L. 
Gray, P. Townsend, P. Gilles- 
pie, B. J. Whittington, S. Shu- 
gart, M. Slingluff, M. Sling- 
luff, F. Seifert, P. Murray, J. 
Totman, C. Bloodsworth, not 
shown Miss Clutts. 







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HOME EC CLUB 



Seated: E. Heard, G. Ellis. B. 
J. Whittington, M. Font, P. Gil- 
lespie, N. Long, T. Parrott, D. 
Enniss, R. Ensot, P. Donoho, 
standing: J. Lockard, L. Cox, 
M.Ward, G.Harbold, C. Fraz- 
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Top to bottom: M. Slingluff, 
M. Slingluff. J. Cook, J. L. 
Gray, Y. Blackwell, P. Mur- 
ray, B. Melocik, S. Doyle. 



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SAMADRA CLUB 



Left to right -S. Culver, F. Seifert, S. Shugart, J. Totman, G. Harbold, L. 
Shure, B. Melocik. 




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ART CLUB 



Left to right - L. Dallam. D. Green, M. Font. G. M. Elliss, G. Long, R. 
Golden, J. Lockhard, R. Ensor, C. Frazer, B. Heard. 



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OFFICIALS 
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Front row left to right: P. Murray, 
S. Hunner, J. Totman, S. Shook. 
Back row: M. Wilson, J. Jones, L. 
L. Long, F. Seifert. 






CHEERLEADERS 



Left to right: B. Melocik, A. Rad- 
ford, M. Jacobs. 



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HOCKEY VARSITY 



Front row left to right: F. Seifert, J. Totman, S. Clough, C. Lewis, S. Hun- 
ner, T. Harkness. Back row: A. Williams, M. Young, P. Murray, S. Shook, 
E. Brimer, G. Harbold, B. VanDevanter. 



Sis and Jo practice a bully while Carolyn and Bob- 
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Penalty corner with Carolyn, Anne and Sunshine. 



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BASKETBALL VARSITY 



Left to right: C. Lewis, F. Seifert, L. L. Long, M. Young, B. VanDevanter, 
T. Harkness, P. Chandler, S. Clough, S. Culver, S. Hunner. 



Warm Ups! ! 




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INTRAMURALS CHAMPS 



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Sophomore Champs in volleyball, basketball and Softball. Front row left to 
right: S. Hunner.P. Gillespie, F. Seifert, B. Melocik, M. L. Gray. Back row: 
T. Harkness, A. Williams, M. Young, Y. Blackwell, L. L. Long. 




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Safe!!! 



Marianne pitching for the Freshmen. 



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TOURNAMENT CHAMPS 




J. Totman, Freshman 
Archery Champ 




Julie Smith, Freshman 
Ping Pong Champ 



Sis Hunner, Sophomore 
Badminton Champ 



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ARCHERY VARSITY 

Left to right: J. Totman, A. Williams, P. Donaho, F. Seifert. 




TENNIS VARSITY 



Left to right: S. Hunner, S. Clough, P. 
Chandler, J. Smith. 




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PROMS 







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The Coronation 



MAY DAY 

May Court 




Modern Dance Program 




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CLASS DAY 







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"I cap thee incoming Senior. 




Out goes the old and in comes the new--1955 



GRADUATION 




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SENIORS 



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SOPHOMORES 










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PHOTOGRAPHS BY 

MICHAEL C. 
LA COGNATA 

and 
William Lewis 



PATRONS 

Mrs. Billy Claggett 

Mrs. Mildred McDorman 

Mr. and Mrs. H. S. VanDevanter 

Miss Eugenia Walters 



Compliments of 

PARK PHARMACY 

— Ray and Jack — 

Lexington Park, Md. G. M. 6161 

Thru These Portals Pass the Most 
Beautiful Girls in the World. 


ESKRIDGE FORD INC. 

FORD 
SALES AND SERVICE 

Great Mills 3311 

Great Mills Road 
Lexington Park Md. 


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THOMPSON 
MOTOR COMPANY 

PACKARD SALES & SERVICE 

Lexington Park G.M. 4461 



THE ENTERPRISE 

Newspaper and Printing Office 

in 
Lexington Park and Leonardtown 

Great Mills 2-1011 Greenwood 5-2131 

"Be County Wise - 
Read the Enterprise." 


TEMPLE OF BEAUTY 

Lexington Park, Md. 
Phone: G.M. 4422 


CHAKALES RESTAURANT 

on the Great Mills Road 
Serving good food is my business 


SMART WEAR 
HELEN RYSTICKEN 

Feminine Apparel — Accessories 

Lexington Park, Md. 


SEIFERT'S JEWELERS 

LEXINGTON PARK, MD. 


Jack Dougherty's 

MERCHANDISE MART 

Furniture Appliances 
TV 

GM 4451 - 7621 


Congratulations 
to the 

Classes of 1954 





Compliments 
of 

THE HUB 

Lexington Park 


ASBURY'S FLOWERS 

Lexington Park Maryland 

COMPLETE FLORAL SERVICE 

Phones: G.M. 24633 - Leon. 53131 
Nite G.M. 27182 

Member F.T.D.A. Free Delivery 


Compliments of the 

STYLE CENTER 

It pays to be thrifty 

Lexington Park Maryland 


Compliments of the 

LEXINGTON PARK 
ROLLER RINK 

Skate for your health's sake 


JOY SHOP 

Lexington Park, Maryland 
Great Mills 5491 

Infants' - Children's 
Wear 

Toys Yard Goods 


DAVIS PONTIAC 

Great Mills 2-4311 

Lexington Park It^Jtf'.D Maryland 


BRENEGAN'S DRIVE-IN 

Lexington Park, Maryland 
Great Mills 3911 

— Orders to Go — 


Edwards for the Children 

Fashion Craft in Dress & Sports 
for the Ladies 

CORNWELL'S 

of course 

"The little shoe store in the country" 
Park Hall, Maryland 



PUFFENBERGER'S 
RADIO SERVICE AND SUPPLY 

Records - Players - Needles 
Radio - TV Sales & Service 

% mile from air station on Great Mills Rd. 
Phone - Great Mills 6333 


CATO'S TAXI 

Radio Dispatched 
Reliable 24 hour service 

Phone G.M. 21511 


Compliments of 

PARK DEPARTMENT STORE, 
INC. 

"Your popular price Shopping Center." 

Lexington Park Maryland 
Telephone: G.M. 5621 


Compliments, 
of 

THE PARK MEN'S SHOP 

Lexington Park Maryland 
Next to Dietz Shoe Store 


BILL CHAPMAN'S _ 

WESTERN /WESTEW\ 
AUTO # AUT Q 1 

associate lAccrtriATcl 
store tASSOCIATEf 

\ STORE/ 

Lexington Park, Md. ^^<B ^m^^0W 
Phono: G.M. 3303 ^^M^^^T 


FLOWERS 
BOWLES FLORIST 

Leonardtown, Maryland 
Phone: GReenwood 5-2161 


Leonard town 

SELF-SERVICE STORE 

Washington Street 

Opposite Ben Franklin 

Greenwood 5-5351 

Just the best — try us by test 


Plumbing, Lighting, Heating 

SMITH'S, INC. 

Phone Greenwood 52345 
Leonardtown Maryland 



MORGAN'S 
DEPARTMENT STORE 

Since 1884 
Shop and Save 

Leonardtown, Maryland 
Phone: Greenwood 5-6101 


Compliments 
of 

LEONARDTOWN PHARMACY 


1000 WATTS 1370 ON YOUR DIAL 
WKIK 

Leonardtown, Maryland 
First in Southern Maryland 


DUKE'S 

Restaurant — Fountain 

Leonardtown, Md. 
Phone: G.M. 5-2671 


JANICE 
Specialty Shop 

For Ladies Apparel 

Leonardtown, Md. 


FENWICK MOTOR COMPANY 
FORD 

Sales and Services 

Greenwood 5-5181 
Leonardtown Maryland 


Cecil and Matt in g t y 

Phone Greenwood 5-5201 

Meats: Groceries: Fruits: 
Vegetables: Frozen Foods. 

Leonardtown Maryland 





W. C. MATTINGLY, SONS 


You help St. Mary's County enterprisers 




and farmers when you buy 






FUNERAL DIRECTORS 


LEONARDTOWN DAIRY 


EMBALMERS 




Funeral Home - Oxygen Equipped 




Ambulance Service 


Milk 




For home delivery call Greenwood 5-5151 


Joseph C. Mattingly, Owner 




Charles J. Mattingly 




Telephone GReenwood 5-6201 




COMPLIMENTS 


LEONARDTOWN 


OF 


LAUNDRY 


ST. MARY'S COUNTY 


Cleaning — Pressing - Laundry 


MEMORIAL LIBRARY 




Tudor Hall 1750 




Leonardtown, Maryland 


Call 




Greenwood 5-6121 Great Mills 2-241 1 


Community Library Branch 




Lexington Park, Maryland 




St. Mary's County 




Bookmobile 



SUNSET MANOR RESTAURANT 



Lexington Park 



Located in Hotel Building 



SPINNING WHEEL 

Cocktail Lounge and Restaurant 

One Mile from Naval Air Station 
on Great Mills Road 

Telephone: G.M. 3301 



K itk Sincere Best Wiskes 




LEXINGTON PARK 


Good Luck and Happiness 


PHARMACY 


To The 


Opposite the Post Office 
Lexington Park Maryland 


Seniors and Sophomores 




1954 


Phone: G.M. 3481 




The 




DEITZ SHOE COMPANY 




Lexington Park, Md. 


BEST WISHES 


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LEXINGTON PARK 


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VARIETY STORE 


Shoes of Quality 




For the Entire Family 




Phone: G.M. 5344 





ST. MARY'S CO 1 LIBRARY 

ST. I D St Mary's Seminary - Junior College 



Stg lary^S Seminary-Junior Col 



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