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CASTELLAN 



1957 



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That little spark we have within 

Its presence all now know; 

In some of you 'tis smouldering, 

In others there's a glow 

That in the years ahead 

Will shine steadily and bright; 



And calm will be around you 
As your goal appears in sight. 
May each of you be so attuned, 
And as your course runs true, 
May strength that from you radiates 
Still other lives imbue. 
MAY RUSSELL 




*DecUcatio*t 


The Ghost of St. Mary's 


Detain him from his bent. 


Treads the halls quietly 




Searching diligently 


And finding in you, Mr. 


For a Guide: 


Yarborough, these qualities 




, the graduating cl 


Thoughtful, kind; 


Dedicate this, the fruits 


With gentle power and wisdom 


Of our labor, so all 


To improve the minds 


revere you a> we do. 


Of pupils ever-willing to 






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Miss LOUISE K. ROTHA 
Registrar, Science 




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Miss ETHEL CHANCE 
Accountant 




Miss BEATRICE SIMMS 
Dean, History 




Miss MARGUERITE BETTS 
Dietitian 




Miss ANNA SANDNFR 
Secretary 




Miss GAIL SCHEIBLE 
Jr. Secretary 




Mr. HARRISON TAWNEY 
Public Relations 




Mrs. ALICE FAHL 
English 




Mrs. DORIS CZARNECKI 
Nurse 






Mr. ELWOOD FAHL 
Science 




f Miss JANET GUESS 

Music 



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Mr. KEMP P. YARBOROUGH 
Social Studies 




Miss VELMA PERKINS 
English 



Mr. TIMOTHY WHITEHEAD 
Art 








Miss ELIZABETH ALLAN 
Physical Education 




Mr. J. FRED KILPATRICK 
Psychology, Math 



Miss VIRGINIA BARNES 
Home Economics 






Mr. C. E. BRANSCOMB 

Math 



Mrs. CAROLINE SASSER 
Lab. Assistant 



Mr. BAXTER SASSER 
Speech, Drama, English 






Mrs. MARIANNE WALTER 
Foreign Language 



Miss JULIA SKINNER 
Librarian 



Miss VIRGINIA SMITH 
Business 




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ELLEN WARD ASCHERFELD, PRESIDENT 
'The gentleness of all gods go with thee." 




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PATRICIA ANNE MUTH, VICE-PRESIDENT 
"Blushing is the color of virtue." 



MARGARET ROSE COMBS, SECRETARY 
"I was not born to be forced. I will breathe 
according to my own fashion. " 




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JANE WARD LEITCH, TREASURER 
"Virtue is like a rich stone, best simple set. 



JEAN SHERMAN BAYNARD 

"A woman's love is strong and grows when 

it is waiting. " 




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MARTHA ANN BREWBAKER 

"And there is even a happiness that makes 

the heart afraid. " 



ANN BRITTINGHAM 

"Whilst life remains, it is well. 




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MARIANNE SLINCLUFF CHAPMAN 
"A magnificent spectacle of human happi- 
ness. " 



BONNIE LEE CLEM 

"The secrecy of success is constancy of pur- 
pose." 




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SUE ANN COLUFLOWER 
"One good hearty laugh is a bombshell ex- 
ploding in the right place." 



DIANE ROBINETTE DARVIS 

"Eyes that are fountains of laughter and 

thought. " 




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PATRICIA FAY FLANAGAN 
"A lass with Irish seasoning." 



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ANN STAMM FORSHEY 

"What a frosty-spirited rogue is this. 




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DORNA FRADIN 

"The only waytohave a friend is to be one. 



CAROL FAE GROSS 

"The best part of beauty is that which no 

picture can express." 




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KATHRYN ANNA HELFRICH 

"As true as life and twice as natural." 







CHARLES M. HIMMELHEBER 
"Gentle of speech, efficient ol mind. 




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DOROTHY ANN HOLTZ 

"An ornament of a meek and quiet spirit." 



DOROTHY MAE LAMBERTSON 
"Nothing is more useful than silence." 




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JOHN DOUGLAS LAWERENCE 

"None but himself can be his parallel." 



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BENJAMIN H. MARTIN 
"If words were dollars what a millionaire 
he'd be." 




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SARAH M. MAYER 
"Gentleness is power. 



LINDA LOUISE MILLER 

"Life's a zest and all things show it." 




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PATRICIA MARGARET RUSSELL 
"Life's a dream sprinkled with men. 



SARA LOMNC SHOOK 

"In hi on woman loves her lover, 

in all the others, all she loves is love." 








JAMES ALLEN THARP 

"Happy is the man that findeth wisdom. 



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CAROLINE COOKN1AN THOMSON 

"A dry jest, sir. . .1 have them at my 

finger's end." 



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JOSEPHINE KEMPT WILLIAMS 
"Never idle a moment, but thoughtful of 
others." 



KAY LOUISE ALYS WOOD 
"Live today, tomorrow is not." 







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MARY BARTLETT STIEBER, PRESIDENT 
"A stick of peppermint in a gold box." 




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WANDA HILL, VICE PRESIDENT 
"Blest with temper whose unclouded ray can 
make tomorrow as cheerful as today." 



LAURA LEE BAYLES, SECRETARY 
"Though this be madness, yet there is 
method to It." 













CONSTANCE VROOM SENER, TREASURER 
"The surest way not to fail is to determine 
to succeed." 



ELIZABETH ANN BOZMAN 
"I may commit many follies in life, but I 
never intend to marry for love." 




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PEGGY ANN BRITE 

"Soft hair, on which light drops a diadem. 



CAfl. HELEN COPENHAVER 

"Be silent aii'! net- never betrays." 




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ANNE PEYTON CRAIG 

"As many farewells as be stars in Heaven." 



DAWN ELLEN DEWITT 

"He cometh unto you with a tale, which 

holdeth children from play, and old men 

from the chimney-comer." 




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DOROTHY ELAINE DEWITT 

"How far that little candle throws its 

beams! So shines a good deed in a naughty 

world." 



SANDRA DIETRICH 

"Rings on her fingers and bells on her i 








MARGARET HELEN FUCHS 
"A little consideration, a little thought for 
others makes all the difference." 






JANET GEHRING 

"Gentle and low, an excellent thing in a 



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MAUREEN GRACE 

"A little man may cast a great shadow.' 




HELEN TRUITT LIVINGSTON 
"Your heart's desires be with you! " 



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ANN HARDEY MILLER 

"I like work, it fascinates me. I can sit and 
look at it for hours." 



NANCI ROGERS 

"She's small, butso is a stick of dynamite! " 



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ANITA INEZ RO 

"Do unto the other feller the wa> he'd like 
to do unto you, an' do it first." 



MA RCA RET HOLT ROSENBERGER 
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MARY LINDA SHIPLEY 

"The game of life is looked cheerfully on 
whea one carries in one's heart, the inal- 
ienable treasure of love." 



LESLEE M. WEINSTEIN 
"Though I am always in haste, I am never 
in a hurry. " 




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Most Likely to Succeed 
Margaret Combs 



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Most Athletic 
Sally Shook 



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Most Likely to Succeed 
Margaret Fuchs 



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Wittiest 
Maureen Glace 







Most Versatile 
Linda Miller 



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Most Versatile 
Most Athletic 
Araby Stieber 




Most Musical 
Carol Fae Gross 






Most Artistic 

Wittiest 

Carol Thomson 



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Leslee Weinstein 




Most Artistic 
Ann Miller 



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Treasurer 
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LEFT to RIGHT: J. Baynard, L. Wray, M. 
Fuchs, J. Carver, M. Combs. 



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Left to Right, 1st ROW: N. Lawder, J. 
Baynard, C. F. Gross. 2nd ROW: Miss 
Simms, B. Clem, A. Sutton, A. Stieber. 



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Left to Right, 1st ROW: C. Wait, S. Shook, 
M. King, J. Baynard. 2nd ROW: Miss 
Simms, C. F. Gross, W. Hill, P. Russell, B. 
Clem. 



Left to Right, 1st ROW: B. Snodgrass, M. 
King, C. F. Cross. 2nd ROW: D. Darvis, J. 
Peterson, M. Fuchs, L. Miller, C. Wait, J. 
Carver. 






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Left toRight, SITTING: K. Wood, C. Thom- 
son, N. Lawder. STANDING: L. Miller, A. 
Forshey, K. Galusha, K. Helfrich. 



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Left to Right, SITTING: W. Hill, N. Rogers, 
N. Lawder. STANDING: L. Robertson, C. 
Sener. 



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Left to Right, SITTING: P. Russell, A. Brit- 
tingham, J. Baynard. STANDING: L. Wray, 
N. Rogers, K. Wood. 



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LEFT to RIGHT: P. Flanagan, B. Bowers, J. 
Williams, M. E. Howard, C. F. Gross, D. 
Watson. 




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Left to Right, SITTING: J. Leitch, L Wray, 
STANDING: C. F. Gross, D. Lambertson, D. 
Holtz. 



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Left to Right, STANDING: B. Potter, H. 
Livingston. SITTING: P. Gantt, A. Hender- 
son, P. Kveseth. KNEELING: M. Fuchs. 



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Left to Right, KNEELING: D. Watson, G. 
Leon, A. Brittingham , B. Snodgrass, M. King. 
SITTING: M. E. Howard, E. Ascherfeld, P. 
Flanagan, D. Darvis, D. Fradin, S. Lussier, 
P. Russell. 



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Left to Right, SITTING: D. Fradin, S. Lussier, C. F. Gross, K. Wood. 1st ROW, STANDING: S. Shook, 
P. Kveseth, C. Sener, P. Flanagan, P. Russell, D. DeWitt, D. DeWitt, A. Brittingham. 2nd ROW, 
STANDING: C. Wait, C. Lister, J. Carver. 




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LEFT to RIGHT: E. Ascherfeld, C. Sener, S. Shook, S. Lussier, L. Miller, M. Fuchs, K. Wood, D. Darvis. 



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Left to Right, 1st ROW: T. Hall, J. McLarn, L. Whilldin, D. DeWitt, D. DeWitt, S. Lussier, H. Risher, N. Rog- 
ers. 2nd ROW: M. E. Howard, D. Fradin, B. Snodgrass, C. Roberts, C. Thomson, J. Peterson, D. Dickerson, C. 
Baker, C. F. Gross. 3rd ROW: E. Keinard, P. Brite, L. Connellee, B. Potter, W. Muxrow, T. Kaplan, S. Shook, 
M. MacNeal, K. Galusha, D. Nelson. 




Performing at the Christmas Festival 



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ATHLETICS 



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Left to Right, 1st ROW: P. Russell, G. Leon, A. Brittingham, S. Shook, M. King, J. McLarn, D. Darvis, A. 
Sutton, T. Kaplan, B. Bowers, K. Wood. 2nd ROW: B. Clem, D. Dickerson, D. Holtz, D. Fradin, A. Forshey, 
P. Muth, C. Wait, A. Stieber, M. Fuchs, J. Scott. 3rd ROW: F, Ascherfeld, S. Zahniser, L. Miller, C. Sener, 
G. Copenhaver, R. Grace, C. Dudley, C. Lister, A. Rowe, P. Kveseth, J. Peterson. 4th ROW: N. Rogers, J. 
Williams, P. Flanagan, C. F. Gross, W. Hill, J. Carver, Miss Allan, M J. Orme, N. Lawder, K. Helfrich, P. 
Gantt. 




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Left to Right, STANDING: W. Hill, J. Carver, L 
Miller, J. Scott. SITTING: Miss Allan. 



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Left to Right, 1st ROW: S. Shook, A. Sutton, 
J. Scott. 2nd ROW: L. Miller, W. Hill, J. 
McLarn, J. Carver, D. Darvis. 3rd ROW: A. 
Stieber, N. Lawder, A. Forshey, Miss Allan, 
D. Fleetwood, S. Lussier, A. Rowe. 



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LEFT to RIGHT: J. Gehring, D. Dickerson, J. McLarn, D. Darvis. 



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Left to Right, SITTING: M. Combs, S. Shook, K. Wood. STANDING: S. Lussier, A. Rowe, J. 
McLarn, B. Parian, A. Forshey, M. Cockey. 



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Left to Right, SITTING: T. Kaplan, C. Dudley, A. Stieber, S. Eyerman, P. Kveseth, S. Lussier, A. Rowe, A. 
Miller. KNEELING: L. Miller, N. Rogers, K. Wood, P. Cantt, J. Peterson, D. Fleetwood, S. Shook, A. Bozman. 
STANDINC: Miss Allan. 




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Mt. St. Agnes 


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'Tired but happy" 



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Left to Right, 1st ROW: S. Shook, M. Combs, A. Miller. 2nd 
ROW: L. Shipley, C. Dudley, P. Gantt, A. Stieber, A. Rowe. 
3rd ROW: D. Fleetwood, K. Galusha, G. Leon, S. Zahniser, T. 
Kaplan. 




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Left to Right, KNEELING: J. Leitch, J. Williams, D. Fradin. 2nd 
ROW, STANDING: L. Miller, C.F. Gross, P.Flanagan, A. Forshey, 
P. Muth, B. Clem. 3rd ROW: S. Shook, M. Brewbaker, C. Thom- 
son, M. Combs, E. Ascherfeld, A. Brittingham. 



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"Don't breathe." 



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crown bearer, William Chapman. 




Vice Admiral Felix Johnson, U.S. 
N. Ret. crowns Miss Darvis. 



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Left ro Right, SITTING: S. Shook, D. Darvis. STANDING: J. Scott, 
A. Stieber, L. Miller, L. Bayles, S. Kirby. 



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President's Medal Jean Baynard 

First Honor Graduate 

College Division Margaret Combs 

First Honor Graduate 

High School Division Constance Sener 

Aik and Dove Award Dawn DeWitt 

Mathematics Award Constance Sener 

High School Science Award Margaret Fuchs 

College Science Award John Lord 

Language Award Margaret Combs 

Business Award Betsy Snodgrass 

History Award Ann Bozman 

Dramatics Award Jean Baynard 

Art Award Carol Thomson 

Athletic Award Araby Stieber 

American Legion Medal Wanda Hill 

Good Citizenship Award 

High School Division Margaret Fuchs 

Good Citizenship Award 

College Division Margaret Combs 

Sarah Burch Palmer Award Carol Fae Gross 

Good Manners Award Ann Henderson 



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Mr. & Mrs. Karl C. Ascherfeld 

Mr. & Mrs. Francis H. Baker 

Mrs. Nancy L, Bayles 

Mr. & Mrs. Risdon E. Baynard 

Mr. & Mrs. Wm. H. Bowers 

Mr. & Mrs. Bozman 

Mr. & Mrs. P. T. Brewbaker 

Mr. & Mrs. Carver 

Mr. & Mrs. R. F. Chapman 

Mr. John E. Clark 

Mr. & Mrs. Copenhaver 

Col. & Mrs. W. H. Craig 

Mr. &Mrs. W. A. Craig, Jr. 

Mr. & Mrs. Wilson Dickerson 

Mr. & Mrs. Eyerman 

Mr. & Mrs. S. Flanagan, Sr. 

Mr. &Mrs. Morris Fradin 

Marvin P. Calusha 

Dr. &Mrs. W. H. Gantt 

Mrs. Francis C. Grace 

Mr. & Mrs. Charles Gross 

Mr. & Mrs. Daniel Hall 

Mr. &Mrs. C. M. Himmelhebcr 

Mr. & Mrs. Edward Howard 

Mr. & Mrs. J. F. Hueter 

Mr. & Mrs. A. Kaplan 

Mr. & Mrs. R. W. Keinard 

Sgt. &Mrs. Raymond Kcish 



Mr. & Mrs. Kellow 

Mr. & Mrs. C. F. Lambertson 

Mr. & Mrs. Douglas Lawrence 

Mr. & Mrs. J. W. Leitch, Jr. 

Mr. & Mrs. John Lord 

Mr. & Mrs. E. J. Lussier 

Mr. & Mrs. W. L. Maddox 

Mr. &Mrs. J. C. McLarn 

Mr. & Mrs. G. F. Miller 

Mr. &Mrs. H. H. Mofiett 

Mr. & Mrs. W. E. Murrow, Sr. 

Mr. &Mrs. H. C. Nelson 

Mr. & Mrs. W. S. Roberts 

Mr. & Mrs. D. H. Russell 

Mr. &Mrs. E. J. Russell 

Martha A. Schatzan 

Mrs. Harry F. Shipley 

Capt. &Mrs. L. O. Shook 

Mr. & Mrs. H. L, Snodgrass 

Mr. & Mrs. Fred Stieber 

Mr. & Mrs. E. J. Thomson 

Mr. & Mrs. Tsirigotis 

Mr. & Mrs. G. D. Wait 

Mr. & Mrs. C. W. Williams 

Capt. &Mrs. W. S.Wray 

Mr. & Mrs. W. M. Wright 

Mr. &Mrs. A. W. Zahniser, Jr. 

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Cheviolet-Buick-Oldsmobile 




VO. 2-1011 








THE TEMPLE OF BEAUTY. INC. 




GENERAL MERCHANDISE 


Creative hair stylist 


Great Mills 


J. A. Cecil 

Maryland 
G.M.-2W 


Distinctive footwear 
Ladies, misses, & children 

204 Great Mills Rd. 

Lexington Park Maryland 
VO. 3-4422 




We drank 




Leonardtown Dairy Milk 




While at the Seminary 




The preceding pictures verify the quality 




Compliments to the Seniors 




from 




LEONARDTOWN DAIRY 



FENWICK MOTOR CO. 

Ford cars & trucks 

Leonardtown Maryland 

Green'w. 5-5181 


CECIL & MATTINGLY 

IGA 

Greenwood 5-5201 

Meats-Groceries-Fruits 

Vegetables-Frozen food 


ST. MARY'S PHARMACY 
Leonardtown Maryland 


CATO'S TAXI 

Radio Dispatched 

Reliable 24 - hour 
service 

VO. 2-1511 


DONALD GARNER 
Plumbing 

Great Mills Maryland 





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