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St. Mary's Seminary Junior College 



Pat Smallwood, Editor 



Sandy Shaw, Co-Editor 



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Out of the Castle, across the moat 

Leaving the known for lands remote 

Surged the Lords and Knights of old 

Answering the challenge to the bold 

Braving the mountains, braving the seas 

Sustained by their faith and loyalties. 

Fighting the Saracen and his Eastern ways, 

Lest he through Europe a trail should blaze. 

Crusading for Western freedom and life; 

These justified the endless strife. 

Like these Lords and Knights of old. 

We too will strive to uphold 

The things they fought for and gave to us, 

Adding peace to them, by our power to discuss. 



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Miss Simms -We , the graduating class of 1956, 
proudly dedicate our yearbook to you. 

But what can we say now? How can we tell 
you how much you mean to all of us? There is 
so much that we will always remember about 
you: good times, when you sat in the Smoker 
with us laughing and talking; other times, not so 
good, when you scolded us or when we made you 
unhappy because of the things we did and felt 
much worse about it ourselves; times when we 
came to you individually, when something both- 
ered us, and you were always ready to lend an 
ear. Because of all these things and much more, 
v/e can never say how much everything you've 
done for us and with us means to us. 

Perhaps the biggest thing we'll remember, 
is the way you have been for us, behind us, and 
with us in everything. Really, you have been one 
of us. You see, we've worried about you when 
we thought you were working too hard; we've been 
unhappy w^hen w^e knew you were unhappy; and 
we've been happy with you, and always, we have 
loved, honored, and respected you. 

When we leave here we will go many ways, 
but wherever we go, whenever we look back. 
Miss Simms , you will always be one of our most 
wonderful nnemories. All of us say thank you, 
thank you for being just plain you. 





To the graduates of 1956 we offer these words from 
"The Prophet" by Gibran: 

"No man can reveal to you aught but that which al- 
ready lies half asleep in the dawning of your know- 
ledge . 

The teacher who walks in the shadow of the tem- 
ple among his followers, gives not of his wisdom, but 
rather leads you to the threshold of your own mind. 

The astronomer may speak to you of his under- 
standing of space, but he cannot give you his under- 
standing. 

The musician may sing to you of the rhythm which 
is in all space, but he cannot give you the ear which 
arrests the rhythm nor the voice that echoes it. 

And he who is versed in the science of numbers 
can tell of the regions of weight and measure, but he 
cannot conduct you thither. 

For the vision of one man lends not its wings to 
another man. 

And even as each one of you stands alone in God's 
knowledge, so must each one of you be alone in his 
understanding of the earth." 




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Ai^minbtr^rtiDn 




MISS LOUSIE K.ROTHA 
Registrar, Science 
"Are you sure that's what 
you want?" 




MISS ANNA SANDNER 
Secretary 
"Yes? --well, she's not in 
right now." 




MISS ETHEL CHANCE 
Nurse 
"Here--take an A . P. C." 




MR. ALVIN LEBELL 
Accountant 
"@#$'?#&%l" 




MR. HARRISON TAWNEY 
Public Relations 
"Well now--l think we 
might ! " 




MRS. NELLA LUNCEFORD 
Head of Residence 
"Anyone for bridge?" 




MISS BEATRICE SIMMS 
Dean 
"Allrightnow girls, let's get 
quiet ! " 





MR. B.ELWOOD FAHL 
Science 
"Are there any questions? It 
not, we'll have a short 
quiz ! 



MISS VIRGINIA BARNES 

Home Economics 

"Get the kittle off the eye. 





MRS. BESSIE COURTNEY 
Librarian 
"Good mornin. . . ." 



MRS. G. STRICKLAND 

Art 
"Now you take Picasso. . 



MISS M. HENNINGER 
Music 
"Who wrote Beethoven's 
Fifth Symphony?" 





MISS VELMA PERKINS 
English 
"Get your definition for. . 



MRS. B. ELWOOD FAHL 
English 
"All right BOYS. . ." 





MISS ROSAMOND JONES 
Mathematics 
"Let's play Hinky-Pinky." 



MRS. NANCY S. POSCH 
Physical Education 
"OJC.— Roll Call." 





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MRS. VIRGINIA SMITH 
Business 
"Now y 'all have time for just 
one more speed test." 



MR. BAXTER SASSER 

Speech-Drama 
"Yeah --sure I" 




MR. KENNETH W. WOOD 
Modern Language 
"Bonjour, Senorita." 




MR. KEMP YARBOROUGH 
Social Studies 
"Yes, 1 b'lieve so " 



S^nx^rs 




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LefttoRight: SEATED: C.Morgan, T. Harkness; 
STANDING: J. Baynard, R. Dinkle. 




JOANNE BAYNARD 
"He has achieved success who has lived well, laughed often, 
and loved much." 





JOHN EDWARD ALLGOOD 
"Life is Act, and not to Do is Death. 



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CAROL ANNE BARTELMES 
"Did universal charity prevail, earth would be a heaven, and 
hell a fable." 



YVONNE BLACKWELL 
"Her piercing eyes tvvinkleth like stars. 





RUTH GLASSFORD DINKLE 
■I have always thought the actions of men, the best interpreters 
of their thoughts." 



PHYLLIS EILEEN GETTMAN 
"In framing an artist, art hath thus decreed. To make some 
good, but others to exceed." 





MARY LYNN GRAY 
"It is they who have the will to act who oftenest win the prizes.' 



HENRY WARREN HALL 
"The ability to see a chance and snatch it, 




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ELLEN ANTHONY HARKNESS 
"For her heart was in her work, and the heart giveth grace 
unto every Art." 





LEONORA THERESA HUNNER 
"A good fellow bumeth her candle at both ends. 



GRACE BLANCHE McCALL 
"Action may not always bring happiness, but there is no 
happiness without action." 





CAROLYN FRANCES MORGAN 
For she will be good with the good and bad with the bad. 




BARBARA COVER NEAL 
"The size of a man can be measured by the size of the thing 
that makes him angry." 



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ODDLAUG A.OPDAHL 
"Gentlemen prefer blondes." 





PATRICIA ANN PHIPPS 
"She dances well to whom Fortune pipes. 



MARILYN FAYE SEIFERT 
"Fate cannot rob you of deserved applause." 





PATRICIA PEYTON SMALLWOOD 
"Only the educated are free." 



JANICE MARLENE TAYLOR 
"Fait tresses man's imperial race ensnare and beauty draws us 
with a single hair." 




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Lefttoright: Sitting, B. Shore, K. Collins; 
Standuig, M. Tooley, E. Sutton. 




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KATIE R. COLLINS 
"A Peace above all earthly dignities; a still and quiet conscience. 



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VALERIE ELIZABETH ANDERSON 
"Give me a look, give me a face, that makes simplicity a 
grace." 





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JEAN LYNN CARVER 
"The gift of gaiety may be the most serious step towards ma- 
turity." 



JANE E. DUVALL 
"Let the wforld slip; We shall ne'er be younger." 





BARBARA ANN ESCHENBURG 
"A thing of beauty is a joy forever. 



DIAN GOODMAN 
"Coming in on a wing and a prayer." 



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SANDRA LEE HULT 
"There are two ways of spreading light: to be the candle or 
the mirror that reflects it." 





MARTHA ANN JOHNSON 
"Every man likes to flirt with a pretty girl and every pretty 
girl likes to be flirted with." 



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NANCY ROXANNE LAWDER 
"The two noblest things which are, sweetness and light." 




EDITH LERMOND 
"We are all born for love, it is the principle of existence and 
its only end." 






CALVA ANN USTER 
"I am a good old rebel--yes; that's just what I am. 



MARGOT MARIA MANGONE 
"Happy am I. from care I'm free! Why aren't they all con- 
tented like me?" ^fi 





IRMA ROWENA MCMAHAN 
"Rather than love, than money, than fame, give me truth. 







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ANNE MATTHEWS 
"The fairest garden in het looks, and in her mind the wisest 
books." 




DIANNE REIMUND 
"A rose without a thorn." 




ANITA INEZ ROWE 
"Where's the laughter that shook the rafter -- by the way, 
Where's the rafter?" 




JANICE DUSHANE SCOTT 
"A gentle mind by gentle deeds is known." 



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FRANCOIS ALEXANDER SHAW 
"AH for love, and nothing for reward." 





SANDRA CAROL SHAW 
"She is pretty to walk with, witty to talk with, and pleasant 
too, to think on. . ." 



BARBARA RUTH SHORE 
"Smooth runs the water where the brook is deep." 





DONNA ANNE SMITH 
'Her eyes as stars of twilight fair- -like twilight too her dusky 
hair." 



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ELIZABETH ANITA SUTTON 
"The great hope of society is individual character. 




CARLENE TOOLEY 
"A grain of gayiety seasons everything." 




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MARLENE TOOLEY 
"She will hue to the line of right let the chips fall where they 
may." 



CYNTHIA HELEN WAIT 
"I am not fond of uttering platitudes in stained glass attitudes.' 




SENIOR 



SUPERLATIVES 



SOPHOMORE 





MOST VERSATILE 
Faye Seifert Barbara Eschenburg 



MOST UKELY TO SUCCEED 

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Anne Matthews 



Joanne Baynard 



Henry Hall 



MOST ARTISTIC 
Phyllis Gettman Anita Sutton 







WITTIEST 
Grace McCall Dian Goodman 

MOST ATHLETIC 

Sis Hunner J ^ Jane Duvall 

John Allgood 

MOST MUSICAL 
Ruth Dinkle Jean Carver 







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AUgood - "l ain'r never seen nothln like that!" 

Baynard - "I don't know--" 

Barielmas - Great Globs of Goose Grease. Granny" 

Blackwell- "I doubt that, I doubt that very seriously." 

Dinkle - "Wait, one--" 

Gettman - "Wait. I'm thinking." 

Gray - A thing of beauty is a joy forever-" 

Hall - "O ma goodness--" 

Harkness - "I'm impressed" 

Hunner - "I'm unorganized" 

McCall - "Oh, he makes me so mad!" 

Morgan - "May 1 borrow- . ." 

Neal - "Three ways to get peanut butter out of the roof 
of your mouth are. . ." 

Opdahl - "I don't care- . -" 

Phipps - "Only 110 more days lil. . ." 

Seifert - "All the world is a stage" 

Smallwood - "Think I'll go to D-C today. . ." 

Taylor - "I'll worry about that tomorrow 



Jet SttXXt 

The National Guard 

People who don't keep their promises 

Barbara's Peanut Butler 

Have someone help me wath my bridge hand 

"Al" Allergy 

Someone to muss my hair 

Any form of bills 

S.M.S. food 

People who say GOOD Morning 

To get out of bed in the morning 

People who don't answer my letters! 

Being awakened by a light ai 7:45 a.m. 

People who chew gum like a cow pulling her foot out of 
the mud. 

Closed weekends 

Rock and Roll Music 

Excessive. longitudinal, vibratory disturbances 

Cold buttet and floating peas 

People who always have good excuses for bad acts 



Carver - "Oh blush" 

Collins - "Go to your rooms or prayers" 

Duvall - "One time" 

Eschenburg - "Isn't that cute!" 

Hull - "Where's Lolly?" 

Goodman - "Daddy-0" 

Lawder - "We fat!" 

Lermond - "No letter today?" 

Lister - "Oh. gosh!" 

Mangone - "What happened?" 

McMahan - "I'm going on a diet tomorrow" 

Matthews - "Well, Mr. Sasser, it's like this- 

Reimond - "Where's Smith!" 

Rowe - Can't put that in the book 

Scott - "Cheers" 

Shaw. F - "That's terribly- - -" 

Shaw. S. - "Gteai-noi. - -enough" 

Shore - "Old beam! " 

Smith - "Hurry up Goodman!" 

Sutton - "Gotta cigarette Esch?" 

Tooley. C- "I'm hungry" 

Tooley, M- - "Thai's a slip offense!" 

Wait - "O belch" 




"Narrowmindedness" 

Mouchers 

Spending commonly knovm "bridge" weekend ai S.M.S. 

Bells. Bells. Bells! 

Guys that think I'm faculty 

"Goodie! You're gonna be late!" 

Wailing 

The characters who believe in dieting 

Anne Matthew 

Breakfast 

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute 

Calva Lisier 

Weslerville High School 

Work 

Hanging up clothes 

"Think my jaw fell choing?!" 

Moody people 

To be called "Legs" Shore and "Blobbie" 

C.H.M.A. 

Northerners and Western Shoremen 

Eastern Shore 

P. S. and Lord Wash. 

April Violets 



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Beer 

Tom 

Southern boys 

Talking on the telephone 

Twinkling eyes and music 

Old Spice shaving lotion 

Siamese cats 

Pat 

Cashmere Sports Coats 

"Virginia Gentlemen" 

"Freedom's Road" 

Gin and radishes 

Weekends away from S.M.S. 

My Otie and Only 

A certain young medical student 

Fudge 

The "Camel" plaid 

Tall men and poket 



To own an oil well 

To be a Navy Wife 

To have twins 

To swim the English Channel 

"I'll never tell" 

To be an artist 

Paint a masterpiece 

Own a TV Station 

To have a personal maid make my coffee 

To be a mattress tester 

To visit the West 

To look over 14 

To be strictly 'casual' 

To raise a family 

Retire to the Isle 

To be the first space woman 

To climb the Water Tower 

To marry a doctor 




"April Violets" 

Eastern Shore 

Ocean City 

In the good old summer time 

Levis, Sinatra. Pizza and the Park on weekends 

New Englanders 

U. S. Navy 

Joe 

Roast lamb and lobster tails 

The Eastern Shoie 

Apple sauce 

Peanut Butter 

Picasso 

Coffee, convertibles and ice-skating 

Virginia 

"Hamburgs" 

"Joe College" 

Florida 

People 

James Dean, sports cars, and Texas 

Eastern Shf'- 

Me 

Snails at the Picardi 

Peppermint strips 



To weigh 120 

To travel to Europe 

Be a jet flyer 

To win the French Award 

To be a Beachcomber 

To be first woman ambassador to Holland 

To marry Toby 

To be a Lab Technician 

To learn to count on my fingers, correctly! 

To get all "A's" 

Make an "A" m English grammar 

Get rich and give S.M.S. and elevator 

Make basketball varsity 

To be a professional ice -skater 

Be a policewoman 

To marry a doctor , 

Weekend at Princeton 

To be a buyer 

To marry a wonderful guy like R.J. 

To be a lady test pilot 

To re-live the 20's 

To gain 20 pounds 

To master fiench Sc Spanish & lour the world 

To get a bathtub at 9:20 





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HOUSE COMMITTEE 

Leftto right, SITTING: C. Sener, D. Darvis, S. Shook, 
J. Taylor, Miss Simms, Mrs. Court, M. Tooley, J. 
Duvall. STANDING: K. Collins, M. Brewbaker, C. 
Morgan. 



COUNCIL 



Lefttoright, SITTING: S. Shook., F. Seifert, J. Tay- 
lor, Miss Simms, ]. Scott. STANDING: J. Baynard, 
J. Nelson, W. Hill, B. Eschenburg. 




HONOR COURT 

Left to right, STANDING; J. Baynard. F. Seifert, P. 
Horn. 2ND ROW: Miss Russell, H. Hall, C. Thomson, 
B. Eschenburg. 



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ART CLUB 



FRENCH CLUB 



Left to right, STANDING; P. Gettman. SEATED: R. 
Dinkle, A. Millet, G. Gibbs, C. Battelmes, C. Gross, 
B. Neal. 



Left to right, 1ST ROW; W. Hill, A. Miller, J. Feder. 
2ND ROW; N. Rogers, K. Collins, M. Fuchs, P. Horn. 
3RD ROW: Mr. Wood, P. CuUiton, C. Sener. 




SAMADRA CLUB 

Mr. Sasser, left to right, 1ST ROW: D. Fradin, A 
Matthews, F.Seifert, D. Darvis, K. Helfrich, L. Ship- 
ley. 2ND ROW; E. Stansbury, M. Combs, G. Gibbs. 
M. Slingluff, M. Mangone, Y. Blackwell. 3RD ROW: 
J. Nelson, ]. Baynard, P.Smallwood, I. McMahan, P. 
Horn. C. Tooley. 4TH ROW; M. J. Hartman, P. Rus- 
sell, M. Brewbaker, N. Lawder, A. Brittingham. 





HOME ECONOMICS CLUB STANDING COMMITTEE 



CHAIRMEN 



Left to right, 1ST ROW: P. Gettman, R. Dinkle. 2ND 
ROW: K. Helfrich, E. Urmond. 3RD ROW: E. Miller, 
B.Neal, J.Nelson, C. Bartelmes, J.Williams, P.Flan- 
agan, D. Holtz. G. Gibbs, P. Muth. 4TH ROW: Miss 
Barnes, B. Shore, D. Fradin. 



Left to right. 1ST ROW: R. Dinkle, C. Cross, J. Bay- 
nard, J. Scott. 2ND ROW: S. Shook, A. Forshey, L. 
SandUn. Y. Blackwell, M. Slingluff. 




FUTURE NURSES OF AMERICA 

Left to right, 1ST ROW: N. Lawder, L. SandUn, M. 

Mangone, L. Shipley. 2ND ROW: Miss Chance, M. 

Slingluff, Y. Blackwell, L. Miller, C Tooley, A. 
Sliger, M. Tooley. 



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CHOIR 



FIRST ROW: N.Rogers, L.Shipley. D. Holtz, K. CoUim, 
A. Matthews, F. Shaw, M. Johnson. SECOND ROW: J. 
Scott, D. Darvii, C. Lister. W. Hill. B. Anderson, N. 
Kettell, B.Clem. THIRD ROW: J. Carver, B. Stansbury, 



C. Wait, B. Shore, A. Bozraan, V. Anderson, C. Gross, 

D. Fradin, A. Brittingham. FOURTH ROW: S. Shook. 
K.Helfrich.J. Nelson, P. Horn, C. Thomson. G. Gibbs, 
M. Combs, Y. Blackwell, E. Archerfeld, S. Fipps. 




SIGNAL NEWS 



FIRST ROW: A. Sutton, B. Clem, A. Brittingham, N. 
Helfrich, J. Nelson, M. Hartman, Miss Perkins, M. 
Tooley. SECOND ROW: J. Scott, M. Mangone, C. 



Wait, P.Russell, A. Forshey. THIRD ROW: C. Tooley, 
J.Carver, A.Matthews, A. Bozman, E. Powell, B. Stans- 
bury, J. Baynard, C. Lister, S. Shook. 



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CASTELLAN 

Advisor Miss Velma Perkins 

Editor Pat Smallwood 

Co-Editor Sandra Shaw 

Lay-Out Editors Phipps, Lawder 

Art Editors Gettraan, Lermond 

Copy Editors McCall, Dinkle 

Sports Editors Blackwell, Duvall 

Business Manager Brewbaker 

Typing Editor Scott 

Photography Editor Collins 





"Our Inspiration" 



"The deadheads that met the deadlines; or. Zero Hour in the Mail Room. 



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THE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 




OFFICERS 
Left to right: J. Scott, L. Miller, Mrs. Posch, T. 
Harkness, B. Eschenburg. 




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A. A. BOARD 
FIRST ROW: T. Harkness, Mrs. Posch, L. Miller. SE- 
COND ROW: Y. Blackwell, M. Slingluff, C. Morgan. 
D. Foley. THIRD ROW: M. Tooley. F. Seifert, S. 
Hunner, J. Taylor, A. Rowe. FOURTH ROW: J.Scott. 
A. Sutton, B. Eschenburg, S. Shook. 




FIRST ROW: P. Culliton, P. Russell, F. Shaw, C. Mor- 
gan, N. Kettell, Mrs. Posch, E. Powell, B. Clem, S . Hun- 
ner, P. Phipps, T. Harkness. SECOND ROW: L.Shipley, 
J.Scott, D. Holtz, J. Duvall, J. Taylor, M. Slingluff, F. 
Seifert, A. Brittin^am, M. Fuchs, C. Sener, M. Man- 
gone. THIRD ROW: C. Norwood. S. Cowger, E. As- 
cherfeld, P. Muth, G. Gibbs, K. Collins, A. Rowe, A. 



Bozman, Y. Blackwell, D. Goodman. J. Feder. FOURTH 
ROW: C. Bartelmes, M. Grace, D. Lermond, C. Wait, 
B Shore, J Carver, L. Miller, A. Matthews, S. Shook, 
M. Tooley. A. Forshey, A. Sliger. FIFTH ROW: M. 
Brewbaker. C. Thompson, D. Darvis, D. Foley, P. Gett- 
man, R. Dinkle. N. Helfrich, A. Sutton, B. Eschenberg, 
C. Tooley. I. McMahan. 



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CHEERLEADERS 




Left to right: F. Shaw, J. Taylor, D. Darvis, P. Russell. 

OFFICIALS CLUB 




OFFICIALS 
FIRST ROW: A. Forshey, B. Shore, K. Collins, J. Carver, J. Scott, A. Rowe. SECOND 
ROW: N, Helfrich, D. Goodman, S. Shook. E. Powell, G. Gibbs, Y. Blackwell. THIRD 
ROW: C. Tooley, T. Harkness. L. Miller, S. Hunner, M. Slingluff. M. Tooley, W. Mor- 
gan. 



HOCKEY VARSITY 




KNEELING, Left to right: A.Forshey, A. Bozman, L Miller. M. Slingluff, 
G. McCall, C. Morgan. STANDING: A . MiUer, I. Duvall, F. Seifert, 
T.Harkness.S. Shook, A. Stelber, B. Eschenburg, S. Cowger, Mrs. Posch. 




SCORES 

George Washington 1 S 

Salisbury State 1 S 

Teachers 

Annapolis 1 S.M.J.C. 

Notre Dame 1 S.M.J.C. 



J.C. 
J.C. 



"Get in there, Winkiel" 



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BASKETBALL VARSITY 




Left to right: D.Goodman, A. Rowe, S. Shook, J. Duvall, M. Combs, F. Seifert, A. Stei- 
ber, B. Eschenburg, D. Foley, S. Cowger, S. Hunner, Mrs. Posch. 



SCORES 



Annapolis 27 
Salisbury 43 
W av e s 67 



S.M.J. C. 61 
S.M.J. C. 39 
S.M.J. C. 42 




"Long Tall Sis" takes a jump 



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MEN'S BASKETBALL VARSITY 




KNEELING Left to right: T. Dixon, B. Fortney, E. Frisbie, N. Cook. STANDING: G. 
Keith, H.Hall, J. Cameron. J. A llgood. ABSENT: Coach LeBell. 




SCORES 



Charlotte Hall 65 


SMJ.C. 


31 


Margaret Brent 32 


SMJ.C. 


52 


Mechanicsville Sports Club 25 


SMJ.C. 


64 


Montgomery Jr. College 76 


SMJ.C. 


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Leonardtown 27 


S.MJ.C. 


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Baltimore Jr. College 69 


S.MJ.C. 


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"Act I, Swan Lake 



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INTRAMURALS 




VOLLEYBALL CHAMPS 

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SENIORS. FIRST ROW: T. Harkness, F.Seifen. Y. Blackwell, C. Morgan. SECOND 
ROW: R. Dinkle. P. Phipps, P.Smallwood. THIRD ROW: S. Hunner, B. Neal. 




BASKETBALL CHAMPS 

SOPHOMORES. FIRST ROW: B. Eschenburg, A.Rowe, D. Goodman, K. Collins. N. 
Lawder. SECOND ROW: J. Duvall, M. Mangone, C. Wait, I. McMahan. THIRD ROW: 
J. Scott, B. Shore, J. Carver, D. Lermond. 



TOURNAMENT CHAMPS 






SHUFFLEBOARD CHAMP 

Carol Fae Gross 



TENNIS CHAMP 



Sis Hunner 



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BADMINTON DOUBLES CHAMPS 

Toni Harkness and Sis Hunner 





ARCHERY CHAMP 

Irma McMahan 



PING PONG CHAMP 

Barbara Eschenburg 



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THE BIRTH 





"Margaretl Where's your crest?! 



"Family Portrait" 



THIS YEAR CASTELLAN GOES 





'The gentleman and his mistress? 



"Think they rolled their own?! 



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OF TOLERANCE 





"Out to lunch! " 
(back in 15 minutes) 



"How far to Annapolis?" 



BEHIND THE SCENES IN PAGEANT 





"Poppycock! ! !" 



"Civilization comes to the Yowaccomocos" 



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MAY DAY 




Lt. Gen. T. E. Watson, USMC Ret. crowns Miss Phyllis 
Gettman, Queen of the May. 



THE QUEEN AND HER COURT 




Left to rijdit: Nancy Lawder, Dian Goodman, Barbara Escheiiburg, Phyllis Gettman, Toni 
Harkness, Wanda Hill. Ellen Ascherfeld. 



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COURT FESTIVAL 





COURT CLOWNS- -Faye and Jane 
"Ooo dat tickles! " 



FOLK DANCE--"Horra" 
("As seen by Dee Darvis' shoes") 





MODERN DANCE 
"Reaching for the moon? 



MAJORETTE- -Pat Muth 
"Go Pat. Go! ! ! " 




SILVER BELLS" 



at Christmas Time 



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AND THE REST OF THE YEAR. . . 

. . just plain fun 



"Go crazy, Janice!' 




"AH those Happy faces? 



THE JUNE PROM 
"ALOHA" 




AND IN THE DORM 




"So we've decided to return the urn" . . .Sniffer, 

Sneezer, and Duff. 



"The 'Navy Sorority' stars in 'Pajama Game'..." 



THE 
CHRISTMAS 
BAZAAR 




THE A. A. BANQUET 




"Thisyearanew Athletic Award has been established, 
to be awarded on the basis of sportsmanship..." 




"At this time I would like to 
administer the oath of office 
to the new president. Janice, 
would you raise your right 
hand..." 




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"At this time I believe it's 
customary for the president 
to make a speech. ..well, I'd 
like to say thank you to all 
of you who have made this 
year so wonderful for me..." 



^«i?^??Rfc" 




"This year our trophy goes to 
5is Hunner; Congratulations 



iJte. 



CLASS DAY 






Class Day, 1956: "The gifts that you have given here today 
are only a symbol of what you have given the school..." 





"The new senior class presi- 
dent will now change the 
daisy chain numerals from 
•56 to '57..." 




"1 cap thee, incoming senior 



Planting the ivy iroiii the 
senior class. 



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GRADUATION 




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ONE HUNDRED AND TWELFTH COMMENCEMENT 
Dr. Earle T. Hawkins, Speaker: "Education is not learning 
what you do not now know; it is learning to behave as you 
do not now behave..." 





Awarding the prizes to some 
of the Juniors 



"Even the editors made it! ..." 



"...Both of them! ' 



6raWatej$^ 




SENIORS 




SOPHOMORES 



AWARDS 



President's Medal Faye Seifert 

First Honor Graduate, College 

Division Patricia Smallwood 

First Honor Graduate, High 

School Division Anne Matthews 

Society of the Ark and the 

Dove Essay Award Anne Matthews 

Margaret R. Hodges Award in 

History Henry Hall 

Sarah Burch Palmer Award for 
outstanding influence for 
good in the school Ruth Dinkle 

D.A.R. Good Citizenship Medal Henry Hall 

Laurel Langley Award, Drama Anne Matthews 

Judge Walter 1. Dawkins Awards: 

Language Margaret Connbs 

Home Economics Elizabeth Sandlin 

Business Elinor Powell 

American Legion Medal Anita Sutton 

French Award Anne Matthews 

Athletic Award Barbara Eschenburg 

Palmer Science Award Margaret Combs 



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AWARDS 



Anne Matthews 




Henry Hall 



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StuWt Directory 



JEAN LYNN CARVER 
"Jeannie" 
Silver Spring, Maryland 
French Club 1; Signal News Staff 1,2-, Make-ap Ed. 2; 
Athletic Association 1,2; Intramurals: Volleyball 1,2, 
Basketball 1,2, Softball 1,2; May Day 1,2; Castellan 2; 
Choir 1,2; Library Comm. 1; Publicity Comm., Chair- 
man 2; Honor Roll. 



KATIE REBECCA COLUNS 
"Katie" 
Middletown, Deleware 
French Club 1,2; Officials Club 2; Intramurals: 



ball 1,2, Basketball 1.2 
Castellan, Photo. Editor 2; 
1; House Committee 2; 
Comm. 1; Library Comm 
2; Honor Roll. 



Volley- 



Softball 1,2; Signal News 2; 
Class Pres. 2; Class Treasurer 
Choir 1,2; King's Daughters 
2; May Day 1,2; Sports Day 



JANE ELSON DUVALL 
"Dirty" 
Croom, Md. 
House Comm. 2; Basketball Varsity 1,2; Hockey Varsity 
2; Intramurals; Basketball 1,2, Volleyball 1,2. Softball 
1,2; Sports Day 1.2; May Day 2; Athletic Association 
1.2; Plant Comm. 1; Social Comm. 2; Castellan-Sports 
Co-Ed. 2; Choir 1; Officials Club 2. 



Council 2; May 
Athletic Associa- 
Vice- President 2; 



BARBARA ANN ESCHENBURG 
"Esch" 
Berlin, Md. 
Class Secretary 1; Honor Court 1,2; 
Court 1,2; Apple Blossom Princess 2; 
tion 1,2; Athletic Association Board 1, 
Hockey Varsity 1,2; Basketball Varsity 1.2; Intramurals: 
Basketball 1,2, Softball 1.2. Volleyball 1.2; Ping Pong 
Champion 1; Assembly Comm. 2. 

DIAN GOODNL^N 
"Goodie" 
Patuxent River, Md. 
Intramurals: Softball 2, Basketball 2. Volleyball 2; Bas- 
ketball Varsity 2; Health and Safety Comm. 2; May 
Court 2; Officials Club 2; Castellan 2. 

SANDRA LEE HULT 

"Sandy" 
New Canaan, Conn. 
French Club 2; Artist and Lecture Comm. 2. 

MARTHA ANN JOHNSON 

"Moby" 

Cambridge, Md. 

Choir 2; Volleyball 2; Softball 2; Athletic Association 

2; Future Nurses of America 2. 

NANCY ROXANNE LAVVDER 
"Nancy" 
Havre de Grace. Md. 
May Court 2; Future Nurses of America 2; Sec. 2; Cas- 
tellan Co-Make-up- Ed. 2; Signal News 2; Athletic As- 
sociation 2; Artist and Lecture Comm. 2; Sports Day 2; 
Intramurals 2. 



EDITH BUTLER LERMOND 
"Diddy" 
Bethesda. Md. 
Athletic Association 2; Home Ec. Club 2; Castellan-Co- 
Art Ed. 2; Production Staff of Plays 1; Public Relations 
Comm. 2. 

CALVA ANN LISTER 
"Calva" 

Greensboro, Md. 
Choir 2; Future Nurses of America 2; May Day 2; In- 
tramurals: Volleyball 2; Athletic Association 2; Kings 
Daughters Comm. 2. 



IRMA ROWENA McMAHAN 
"Irma" 
Easton, Md- 
Choir 1; Athletic Association 1,2; Saniadra 2; Sports 
Day 1.2; French Club 1, Treasurer 1; Intramurals; Vol- 
leyball 1,2, Basketball 1,2, Softball 1,2; House Comm. 1; 
Class President 1; Artist and Lecture Comm. 1; Health 
and Safety Comm. 2; Signal News 1; May Day 1,2. 

MARGOT MARIA MANGONE 
"Margo" 
Fairfax. Va. 
Athletic Association 2, Samadra 2; F.N -A. 2; Signal 
News 2; May Day 1,2; Sports Day 2; Intramurals: Vol- 
leyball 1,2; Basketball 1.2; Softball 1,2; Plant Comm. 
1,2; Play 1. 

ANNE DIXON MATTHEWS 
"Anne" 
Baltimore. Maryland 
Signal News 1.2; Co-Editor 2; French Club 1; Athletic 
Association 1,2; Intramurals: Volleyball 1,2; May Day, 
Director 2; Samadra 1,2; Play 1,2; Publicity Comm. 1; 
Assembly Comm. 2; Choir 1,2; Honor Roll; Student Di- 
rector of Pageant 2. 

DIANNE EARLENE REIMUND 
"Dianne" 
Westerville, Ohio 
Choir 2; May Day 2; Social Comm. 2. 

ANITA INEZ ROWE 

"Raw" 
Fort Meade, Virginia 
Athletic Association 2, Board 2; Intramurals: Softball 
2. Volleyball 2. Basketball 2; Basketball Varsity 2; Of- 
ficials Club 2; Visual Aides Comm. 2. 

JANICE DUSHANE SCOTT 
"Janice" 
Laurel. Md. 
Student Government 1. Sec 2; Class Vice-President 1; 
Athletic Association 1. Sec. 2. Board 2; Ciioir 1.2; Of- 
ficials Club 2; Artist and Lecture Comm. -chairman 2; 
Signal News 2; Castellan Typing-Ed. 2; Orientation 
Comm. 2; Valentine Court 1; Honor Roll 1; Intramurals 
1.2; May Day 1.2; Sports Day 1,2. 



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FRANCOIS ALEXANDRA SHAW 
"Franny" 
Joppa. Md. 
Public Relations 2; OfficalsClub 2; Cheerleader 2; Choir 
2; Athletic Association 2; May Day. 



SANDRA CAROL SHAW 
"Sandy" 
Jacksonville. Florida 
Co-Ed. of Castellan 2; Social Comm. 

BARBARA RUTH SHORE 
"Bobbie" 
Baltimore 12, Md. 
Choir 1,2; Officials Club 2; Home Ec Club 2; Future 
Nurses of America 2; Athletic .Association 1,2; Intra- 
murals: Softball 1.2, Basketball 1.2, Volleyball 1,2; May 
Day 2; Class Treasurer 2; Castellan 2; Signal News 2; 
Artist and Lecture Comm. Audio- Visual Comm. Chair- 
man 2. 

DONNA ANNE SMITH 
"Smitty" 
Lexington Park, Md- 
Public Relations 2; Choir 2. 

ELIZABETH ANITA SUTTON 



Sissy 
Betterton. Md. 
Signal News, Typing Ed. 1, Co-Ed. 
Comm. 1; Kings Daughters Comm. 
tion Board 2; Orientation Comm. 
tellan 2; Class Sec. 2; May Day 2; 
Archery Intramurals 2; 



2; Health and Safety 

2; Athletic Associa- 

2; Art Club 1; Cas- 

M.A.J.C. 1; Sec. 2; 



CARLENE TOOLEY 
" Toole y" 
Port au Prince, Haiti 
Intramurals: Volleyball 1.2, Basketball 1,2, Softball 2; 
Artist and Lecture Comm. 1,2; French Club 1, Vice- 
President 2; Future Nurses of America 1, Vice-President 
2; Tennis Varsity 1; Athletic Association 1.2; Officials 
Club 1. Sec. 2; Castellan 2; Bazaar Chairman 2. 



MARLENE TOOLEY 

"Too ley" 
Port au Prince, Haiti 
Intramurals: Basketball 1.2. Volleyball 2. Softball 1.2; 
Artist and Lecture Comm. 1.2; French Club 1.2; Future 
Nurses of America 1,2; Athletic Association 1. Board 2; 
Officials Club 1, President 2; Tennis Varsity 1; House 
Comm. 2; Class Vice-President 2; Signal News, Sports 
Ed. 2. 

CYNTHIA WAIT 
"Cindy" 
Washington 20. D. C. 
Choir 1.2; Atliletic Association 1.2; Health and Safety 
Comm. 1,2; Intramurals: Volleyball 1.2. Basketball 2. 
Softball 2; Samadra 1.2; Signal News Staff 2; Castellan 
2; May Day 1.2; Sports Day 2. 



JOHN EDWARD ALLGOOD, JR. 
"Johnny" 
Great Mills. Maryland 
Pageant 3,4; Intramurals; Volleyball 3.4; Basketball 
Varsity 4; Plant Committee 3; Vice-President of Men's 
Council 4; Social Committee 4; Athletic Association 3, 
4. 

JOANNE BAYNARD 
"Jo" 
Queenstown. Maryland 
Pageant 3.4; Plant Committee 3.4; Honor Court, Chair- 
man 4; Council 4; House Committee 3; Class President 
4; Castellan 4; Intramurals: Volleyball 3.4. Basketball 
3.4; .Athletic Association 3,4. 

CAROL BARTELMES 
"Cab" 

Betiiesda. Maryland 
Library Committee 4; Athletic Association 3; Home 
Economics Club 3,4; Art Club 4; Pageant 3.4; Library 
Committee 4; May Day 4; Public Relations Committee 
3; Intramurals: Volleyball 3.4, Softball 3,4. 

YVONNE BLACK WELL 

"Yiv" 
Baltimore, Maryland 
Athletic Association 3,4; A. A. Board 4; Pageant 3.4; F. 
N.A. 3,4; F.N. A. Delegate 4; Castellan. Sports Editor 4; 
Signal News 3; Choir 3,4; Plant Committee 3; Health 
and Safety Comm. 4; Samadra 3.4; Officials Club 3.4; 
Intramurals: Volleyball 3.4, Basketball 3.4, Softball 3,4. 

RUTH DINKLE 
"Ruthic" 
Baltimore, Maryland 
Pageant 3.4; Home Economics Club 3.4; 
Treasurer 3,4; M.A.J. C. Representative 3 
Athletic Association 3,4; King's Daughters, Chairman 3, 
4; Honor Court 3; Castellan, Copy Editor 4; Signal News 
3; Ensemble 3; Library Committee 4; Intramurals: Bas- 
ketball 3,4, Volleyball 3.1. Softball 3,4. 

PHYLLIS EILEEN GETTMAN 
"Phyl" 
Baltimore, Maryland 
Public Relations Committee 3,4; Home Economics Club 
3,4; Pres. 4; Choir 3; Castellan, Art Editor 4; May Day 
3,4; May Queen 4; Art Club 3,4; Athletic Association 
3.4; Pageant 3.4; Queen of Hearts 3. 

MARY LYNN GRAY 

"Mary Lynn" 

Lexington Park, Maryland 

Athletic Association 3,4; King's Daughters 3; Pageant 3. 

4. 

HENRY WARREN HALL 

"Henry" 

California. Maryland 

Pageant 3,4; Intramurals: Volleyball 3,4; Basketball 

Varsity 4; Social Committee 4; Pres. of Men's Council 

4; Athletic Association 3,4; Honor Court 4; Honor Roll. 



Choir 3; Class 
4; Art Club 4; 



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ELLEN ANTHONY HARKNESS 
"Toni" 
Mutual, Maryland 
Athletic Association 3,4; Pres. 4; Hockey Varsity 4; 
Basketball Varsity 3,4; Class Secretary 3,4; May Court 
4; Samadra 3,4; Plays 3; Health and Safety Committee 
3; Castellan 4; Officials Club 4; Honor Roll. 

LEONORA THERESA HUNNER 
"Sis" 
Baltimore, Maryland 
Athletic Association 3,4; A. A. Board 3,4; Hockey Var- 
sity 3; Basketball Varsity 3,4; Tennis Varsity 3,4; Of- 
ficials Club 3,4; Badminton Champ 3,4; Tennis Champ 
4; Ping Pong Champ 3; Health and Safety Comm., 
Chairman 3; Plant Committee 3; Sports Day 3,4; Pa- 
geant 3,4. 

GRACE BLANCHE McCALL 
"Grace" 
Fulton, Maryland 
Athletic Association 3,4; Castellan. Copy Editor 4; May 
Day 4; Library Committee 4; Samadra 3,4; Hockey 
Varsity 4; Assembly Committee 3; Play 3,4; Pageant 
3,4; Intramurals: Basketball 3,4. 

CAROLYN MORGAN 
"Winkle" 

Baltimore, Maryland 
Athletic Association 3,4; A. A. Board 4; Audio Visual 
Comm. 3; Public Relations 4; Pageant 3,4; House Com- 
mittee 4; Class Vice- Pres. 4; Hockey Varsity 3,4; In- 
tramurals: Basketball 3,4, Volleyball 3.4. Softball 3,4; 
Sports Day 4. 

BARBARA NEAL 
"Barb" 
Washington, D. C 
Athletic Association 3,4; Choir 3; Assembly Committee 
3; King's Daughters 4; May Day 4; Home Economics 
Club 3,4; Vice -Pres. 4; Art Club 4; Signal News 3; Pa- 
geant 3,4; Radio 3; Intramurals: Volleyball 4. 



ODDLANG OPDAHL 
"Lolly" 
Cockeysville, Maryland 
Pageant 4; Health and Safely Comm. 4; May Day 4. 

PATRICIA PHIPPS 
"Pat" 
Baltimore, Maryland 
Athletic Association 3,4; Art Club 3, Pageant 3,4; Artist 
and Lecture Comm. 4; Sports Day 3; May Day 4; Cas- 
tellan, Lay-out Editor 4; Intramurals: Volleyball 3,4, 
Softball 4, Basketball 4; Honor Roll. 

MARILYN FAYE SEIFERT 
"Faye" 

Lexington Park, Maryland 
Student Government President 4; Athletic Association 3, 
4; Samadra 3,4; Pres. 3; Basketball Varsity 3,4; Archery 
Varsity 3; Hockey Varsity 3,4; Intramurals: Volleyball 
3,4, Basketball 3,4, Softball 3,4; Health and Safety 
Comm. 3; Pageant 3,4; Play 3; Sports Day 3,4; May 
Day 3. 

PATRICIA SMALLWOOD 
"Pat" 
Baltimore, Maryland 
Athletic Association 3,4; Social Committee 3; Signal 
News 3; Castellan, Editor 4; Samadra 3,4; Pres. 4; Pa- 
geant 3,4; Radio 3; Play 3,4; Assembly Comm. 4; In- 
tramurals: Basketball 3, Volleyball 3,4, Softball 3; 
Sports Day 3; Honor Roll. 



JANICE MARLENE TAYLOR 
"Jan" 
Washington. D. C. 
Athletic Association 3,4; House Comm. 3,4; Chairman 
4; Student Council, Vice-Pres. 4; Social Comm. 3; 
Health and Safety Comm. 4; Pageant 3,4; A. A. Board 
4; Cheerleader 3,4; Captain 4; Sports Day 4. 




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Mr. and Mrs. Howard W. Anderson 

Mr. and Mrs. Harold C. Bayles 

Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Baynard 

Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Blackwell 

Mr. and Mrs. Percy T. Brewbaker 

Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Collins 

Mr. and Mrs. Archie E. Duvall 

Dr. and Mrs. R. W. Eschenburg 

Dr. and Mrs. Robert T. Fuchs 

Mr. and Mrs. Morris Fradin 

Mr. and Mrs. George J. Gettman, Jr. 

Capt. and Mrs. Daniel C. Goodman 

Mrs. Frances C. Grace 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Gross 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Harkness 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Hartman 

Mr. and Mrs. Henry H. Helfrich 

Mr. and Mrs. Therman L. Hill 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Himmelheber 

Mr. and Mrs. B. G. Hohensee 



Mr. and Mrs. J. Dorsey Johnson 

Mr. and Mrs. Ralph W. Kettell 

Mr. and Mrs. Harry C. Lawder 

Mr. and Mrs. John W. Leitch, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. R. Calvin Lister 

Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Matthews 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert O. Miller 

Mr. and Mrs. Harry E. Neal 

Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Opdahl 

Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Phipps 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. C. Russell 

Col. and Mrs. John E. Sandlin 

Mrs. Viola C. Shaw 

Mrs. Mary C. Shipley 

Mrs. H. M. Smallwood 

Mr. and Mrs. Fred Steiber 

S. M. S. J. C. Alumnae Association, 

Balto. Chapter 

Mrs. Elsie M. Wessel 

Edien Bros. Warehouse 



CATO'S TAXI 

Radio Dispatched 
Reliable 24— Hour Service 

GREAT MILLS 2-1511 


RUE'S ROOST 

Lexington Park, Md. 


BELL MOTOR COMPANY 

Leonardtown Md. 
Chevrolet — Buick — Oldsmobile 


SPRINGER'S 
ESSO SERVICE 

Lexington Park Md. 
G.M. 5574 


HARRY LANCASTER'S 

New, Modern 
BARBER SHOP 

Lexington Park Maryland 


ATWOOD TERMINAL 
GRILL 

Lexington Park Md. 
— No Alcoholic Beverages - 


SPINNING WHEEL 

Cocktail Lounge N Restaurant 

Operating in conjunction with 

SIESTA MOTEL 

One mile from Naval Air Station 

on Great Mills Road 

Great Mills 5671 

Phone G.M. 140 



PARK PHARMACY 

Your Rexall Store 
—Roy and Jack- 
Lexington Park Md. 


CHOCOLATE SHOPS 

Great Mills Rood Lexington Park 

Thick Shakes, Ice Cream Creations 

Kosher Franks - Jumbo Burgers 

Chicken & Shrimp Baskets 


SUNSET MANOR 

Cocktail Lounge 
& Restaurant 

Lexington Pork Hotel Phone G.M. 2201 1 


ST. MARY'S COUNTY 
MEMORIAL LIBRARY 

Tudor Hall 1750 
Leonardtown, Maryland 

Community Library Branch 
Lexington Park, Marylond 


Compliments 

of 

STYLE CENTER 

It pays to be thrifty 
Lexington Park Maryland 


Cecil and Mattingly 

Phone Greenwood 5-5201 

Meats - Groceries - Fruits 
Vegetables — Frozen Foods 

Leonardtown Maryland 


SEVEN GABLES HOTEL 
and 
COTTAGES 

Open Year Around 

Rooms — Meals 

Entertainment 

Phone G.M. 30 
R. H. Blackistone Owner — Manager 



CONNOR SHOE REPAIR 


LEXINGTON PARK 


Lexington Park Md. 


LAUNDRY 


KIRBY MOTOR CO.. Inc. 


Professional Laundry Service 


Lexington Park Md. 






E. G. Adcock, Prop. 


DeSoto - Plymouth 




SALES & SERVICE 






The 


PUFFENBERGER'S 


DIETZ SHOE COMPANY 


RADIO SERVICE & SUPPLY 






Lexington Park Md. 


14 mile from Air Station on 




Great Mills Rd. 


"Shoes of Quality for the 


Open 9 a.m. — 8 p.m. 


Entire Family" 


Electronic Service Co. 


LEXINGTON PARK 




REALTY & INSURANCE COMPANY 




J. Frank Raley, Jr., Agent 


Phone Great Mills 3291 - 6341 




Great Mills Road 


1 17 Coral Drive, South 




Lexington Park Md. 



SEIFERT'S JEWELERS 


THE PARK MEN'S SHOP 




Lexington Park Md. 


Lexington Park 


Md. 


JOY SHOP 


THE HUB 

Southern Maryland's Leading 




"Tots to Teens" 


Department Store 




Lexington Park Maryland 


Lexington Pork 


Maryland 


DUKE'S 


BRENEGAN'S DRIVE-IN 




"Where Friends Meet" 


Lexington Park 


Md. 


Restaurant - Fountain 


Great Mills 3911 




Leonardtown Md. 


-Orders to Go— 




LEXINGTON PARK PHARMACY 


SPRINGER'S MEN'S SHOP 




Lexington Park Maryland 


Lexington Park 


Md. 


Phone Great Mills 3481 







SMART WEAR 

Helen Rysticken 
Feminine Apparel - Accessories 

Lexington Park Md. 


CORNWELL'S 

Of Course 

"The little Shoe Store in the 
country" 

Park Hall Maryland 
Bill Chapman's 


DAVIS PONTIAC 

Great Mills 2-4311 
Lexington Park Maryland 


The Temple of Beauty, Inc. 

Creative Hair Stylist 

Distinctive Footwear 
Ladies, Misses and Children 

204 Great Mills Road 
Lexington Park Md. 

Great Mills 4422 


WESTERN AUTO 
ASSOCIATE STORE 

Lexington Park Md. 
Phone: G.M. 3011 


LEXINGTON PARK HOTEL, Inc. 

Phone: Great Mills 2-1666 
Lexington Park Maryland 


Jack Dougherty's 

MERCHANDISE MART 

Furniture -TV - Appliances 

G.M. 4451 - 7621 


BERNIE'S PAWN SHOP 

(Opposite Post Office) 
Lexington Park Maryland 

Bargains in Watches, Diamonds, 
Etc. 



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