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K presenfing fhis yearbook, the sfaff hopes 
that in the years to come, when college days are 
but a cherished memory, you can turn its pages and 
bring bac^^ memories of registration, the nmny 
grueling hours of study, the stranger who became 
a friend, the voice of a professor, the many hours 
sacrificed apart from loved ones, and last, but not 
least, the guiding hand of our dean, Miss Simms. 
Yes, memories — not forgotten — just misplaced. 



PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE 




To the Graduates of 1960, the faculty and students of St. 
Mary's extend their sincere wishes for continued success and 
happiness. We are grateful for your conscientious accept- 
ance of responsible leadership here, and look forward to a 
manifestation of the results of this leadership in your lives in 
whatever community you may find yourselves. 

MAY RUSSELL 




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For over twelve years you have been a part 
of St. Mary's. We have seen you give of 
yourself unselfishly to the college, a quality 
which is invaluable. Your friendliness, the 
pat on our backs when we were discouraged, 
and your sincere interest in us have warmed 



our hearts and mode us thankful for someone 
like you. Because of these qualities and your 
genuine love for people and life in general, 
we dedicate our yearbook to you. Miss 
Chance, our nurse and advisor. 



Dedication 



Miss L. Beatrice Simms 
Horrodsburg, Kentucky 
Deofi of Women 
"All right girls, quiet down, nowl" 



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Mr. Kemp Yarborough 
St. Mary's City, Maryland 
Deon of focully 



ADMINISTRATION 




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Mrs. Lois Donhiser 
Colilornio, Maryland 
fiegijtror 
"lets gel those applicotions in early.' 




Mr. George Kammerer, Jr 
Lexington Park, Maryland 
Direcfor of Admissions 
"Moy I see you for o minute? " 



FACULTY AND STAFF 





Mrs. Norma Strickland 


Mrs. Alice Fahl 


California, Marylond 


%\. Mary's Cily, Maryland 


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Miss Velma Perkins 


Mr. Kemp Yarborough 


Mr. Brantley Greeson 


Burnside, Kentucky 


St. Mory's City, Maryland 


St. Mary's City, Maryland 


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"Saved by tlie belli" 


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"Hi ttiere. Snuffy." 



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Mrs. Minna Irby 

Clinton, South Carolina 



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Dr. Harold Shirk 

College Pork, Morylond 
"Con you see that?" 




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Mr. Lewis Miles 

St. Mory's City, Maryland 

Social Studies 

"Let me fnish th 



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Mrs. Sue Moody White 

Monterey, Massochuselts 

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"I like your style but . . ." 



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Mr. Mark Wallace 

Reading, Pennsylvonio 
Speec/i ani Dramolics 
"Isn't that right? " 







Miss Charlotte Oslund 

McVille, North Dakota 

Home Econom/C! 

"We'll cut that recipe in 

half." 




Mr. Alan Gevers 


Dr. 


Carl Walker 


Miss Sandra E. Stoncil 


New York, New York 


Provider 


ice, Kentucky 


Lynchburg, Virginia 


Sc/ence 


Business 




Physical Education 


"May 1 hove your undivided 


"Get thii 


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"Let's go now girls." 


attention, please?" 









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Si. Mory's Clly, Maryland 
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Miss Margaret Keen 

St. Mory's City, Maryland 




Mrs. Marian Dickey 
Great Mills, Moryland 
Public Helalions 
"Let's hove o cup of coffee.' 




Mrs. Reberta Stegman 

lexington Pork, Morylond 

Oielih'on 

"II will be in tomorrow." 



Mrs. Edna Roberts 

Lexington Pork, Maryland 
"The moil is ready now. ' 



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Miss Ettiei Chance 

Centreville, Morylond 



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Mr. Samuel W. Pursell 
SI. Mory's City, Maryland 

"May I help you, young 
lody?" 



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Mrs. Ellen Thurlby 

Lexington Pork, Maryland 

Secretory 

"Just a minute, Mr. Kait 



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Miss Anna Sandner 

Ballimore, Maryland 

Secretary 

"Oh my goodness!"" 



Mr. James Redmond 

St. Mary's City Maryland 
Mainlenonce Supervisor 
"Man on Floorll" 



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Mrs. Aleatheo 
Redmond 

Secreiar/ 

"". . . And where do 

wanl this one to go?" 




hAr. Tennysen Wood 

Ridge, Marylond 
AssislanI Monlenonce 




Mrs. Julia Sheppard 

Lexington Pork, Morylond 
Assistant Business Manager 






Mr. Evertt Melborne 

SI. Mary's City, Maryland 
Night Wofchmon 
"Tm sorry, I'll have to lock 
the smoker up now."' 




Florence Boll, Roso Buller, Lillie Moe Huelet 



ird Boll, Emmo Holl, James Brow 



Poul Greenwell, James Somerville, Francis Carroll, 
Bernard Barnes. Nol pictured Toby Carroll. 



SOPHOMORE 




JUDITH A. PEPER 

9218 Woodland Drive 
Silver Spring, Maryland 

"Honey, v/here are you?" . . . "But my hip will 
fall out of place." . . . "I'm not too spastic!" . . . 
Many shades of hair . . . Chairman of the Social 
Committee . . . president of the Sophomore 
Class ... A genius with a needle . . . been 
around for three long years . . . "Pepper." 






MARY JEAN COLE 

1 13 Second Street 
Denton, Maryland 

Petite . . . blond hair ... her crowning glory . . . 
well dressed . . . short and sweet . . . devilish 
sense of humor . . . absent minded at times — 
"Now, what was I going to do?" . . . "Rats!" . . 
Frequently misplaces a precious possession . . 
favorite animal — Princeton tiger ... "I haven' 
time to practice my shorthand" . . . loves spa 
ghetti . . . considerate . . . second floor prank 
ster . . . "who me, short sheet beds?" . . 
Jeanne. 



CLASS 



PHILIP R. WILKERSON 

Box A 

Lexington Park, Md. 

Mr. Ivy League . . . George Shearing and Segovia 
fan . . . Hi Fi Bug . . . Sophomore Class Veep 
. . . Washed his car — forgot it wosn't "Sanfor- 
ized." . . . College Algebra Major . . . another 
Tony Trobert . . . avid reader of science fiction 
. . . Philip. 





SUZANNE CHURN 
Hooks Lane 
Pikesville 8, Maryland 

Sue with a big warm smile and a friendly hello 
for everyone is full of fun and liked by all . . . 
always ready for a party ... as treasurer of the 
Sophomore Class she did an outstanding job . . . 
a better friend you could never find . . . "Oh, no, 
I'm not hungry!" . . . Sue. 






VIRGINIA ABRAHAMS 
Principle Furnace, 
Maryland 

California on her mind . . . sleepy time gal . . . 
one in a million ... a great volleyball player 
. . . "Plummer; help Plummer" . . . "Don't you 
touch me, Betty Long" . . . Say Oakie, where did 
she get all those pictures of that big hunk of man 
(Carl) on your wall? — I can answer that for you; 
just look on the fourth finger on her left hand 
. . . true P.E. Major through and through . . . 
couldn't find a truer friend . . . will be walking 
down the aisle on a certain day in June with a 
certain man . . . "Oakie." 







HELEN BATHGATE 

2405 Arburton Avenue 
Baltimore, Maryland 

Blue-eyed, blond-haired, Bohemian Bongo . . . 
[ust one of the guys . . . interested in music, 
farms, cards . . . friendly, cheerful, vivacious . . . 
is going to succeed in her studies . . . pet peeve 
— "This place never has any hot water." . . . 
greatest ambition: to raise a family; second 
greatest: to play the piano . . . favorite subjects: 
histroy and moth . . . favorite food: green salad 
. . . "Tomorrow, I'm going to get organized." . . . 
Helen. 



GARY E. BLACK 

100 Wyndhurst Avenue 
Baltimore, Maryland 

Sweet, kind, and considerate . . . always willing 
contagious laugh , . . formerly seen on the big 
Maryland campus . . . Perpetual conflct between 
Bill and Robin . . . "Yes, Black Black would be a 
very nice name" . . . whiz at Algebra , . . active 
in sports . . . "May 1 ask a question" . , . bright 
blue eyes and cheerful smile . . . Cary. 




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ELIZABETH BARTLETT 

600 Ridgewood Avenue 
Cumberland, Maryland 

Blond hair and blue eyes . . . dreams of a red 
Corvette . . . loves fun . . . alway3 has the radio 
on full blast ... a true and generous friend . . . 
is trying to break a distance record in canoeing 
. . . "Let's have a party." . . . Betsy. 




BILLIE LEE BOOLE 

803 Walnut Street 
Pocomoke, Maryland 

"What do you mean you've never heard of Poco- 
moke?" ... Up to the minute wardrobe . . . 
"Why didn't I get any mail?" . . . Couldn't do 
without her serve on the volleyball court . . . 
"Let's go to Johnny's and get something to eat." 
... A whiz at the typewriter . . . "Only a few 
more days til vacation." . . . Full of fun and mis- 
chief . . . One way ticket to Africa . . . "Just 
shrug your shoulders" . . . Look at those big 
brown eyes . . , Loyal and dependable ... a true 
friend . . . Pleasing personality . . , Billie 





ALEDA BUNCH 

38 Fairway Drive 
Princeton, New Jersey 

Honey Bunch ... All the world's a stage and all 
the men and women merely players . . . Math 
Genius . . . Diligent editor of the Point News . . . 
Willing to work . . . "Aleda, that was the last 
bell for Chemistry class!" . . . Sweet, kind, and 
gentle . . . Likes to knit . . . Always scheming for 
new ways to poison people . . . Chemistry hazard 
. . . "Please wake me second period" , . . Chem- 
Chem-thingy-iky" . . . "it isn't nice to hate peo- 
ple." . . . Very friendly ... A perfect Minns! . . . 
"Life is death and each new morning marks the 
wakings of hell's embers." . . . Aleda. 



JOYCE COOK 

106 E. Quincy Terrace 
Town Creek Manor 
Lexington Park, Maryland 

Smiling face complimented by dork eyes and 
brown hair . . . Always cheerful and friendly . . . 
Dependable . . . Good sense of humor . . . Am- 
bition — English teacher . . . Usually found in 
library . . . "He who assumes success tends fo 
have success He who assumes failure tends to 
have failure." . . . Joyce. 




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JOAN CARVER 

206 Hillmoor Drive 
Silver Spring, Maryland 

Natural curly hair . . . West Point miniature . . . 
A sympathetic listener to all problems . . . Editor 
of Castellan . . . Midnight chats with Miss Simms 
. . . Cooperation, dependability, and generosity 
. . . Talented electrician . . . Calm unafFected 
manner . . . Ace archer . . . "Can I coll tonight?" 
. . . Joanie. 



SUSAN CLAGGETT 

"Barleywood" 
Knoxville, Maryland 

Hard working girl . . . Can be found in the rafters 
of the music hall . . . Great S.G.A. President . . . 
Always around for people with problems . . . 
"For the love of Pete!" . . . Apartment in Balti- 
more — her brother's . . . "Let's go canoeing 
today" . . . Clag. 





PATRICIA CROWE 
3813 5th Street 
Baltimore, Maryland 

Brown hair, Brown eyes . . . Her happiness 
spreads . . . Thrifty, trustworthy Treasurer of 
S.G.A. . . . Wise, conscientious, cheerful . . . 
"Should I make that phone call or shouldn't I?" 
. . . "I've got to go on a diet tomorrow" . . . 
"Oh, I've got to go on switchboard now." . . . 
Pat. 







BERNESE CULHANE 

106 Reliance Avenue 
Federalsburg, Maryland 

A.A. President . . . Plaid skirt and striped blouse 
... Dr. Patrick's favorite . . . God bless the 
Eastern Shore! . . . A/3c Carl Smith ... A good 
sport . . . Everyone's dear friend . . . Peggy Ethel 
Ape . . . Bernie's terrific history notes ... A 
good influence! . . . Bernie. 




EMILY DINKLE 

221 5 Lake Avenue 
Baltimore 13, Maryland 

Tall, graceful, friendly . . . Chairman assembly 
committee . . . Layout editor of school paper . . . 
Loves to sing . . . Sleeps late Tuesday and Thurs- 
day . . . Prefers Belafonte to Baltimore Symphony 
Always eating, never gaining weight . . . Wants 
a hippopotamus for Christmas . . . Picks up rang- 
ers . . . Never complains about Jonathan . . . 
Owns half of the messiest desk in the school . . . 
Misses George and writes him on crazy writing 
paper . . . "He's sure to get me up early tomor- 
row." . . . Emmy. 



DIANNA DUNHAM 

Box 51, R.F.D. *4 
Easton, Maryland 

Big brown eyes . . . Petite . . . Wavy hair . . . 
Bubbling personality . , . Always running but 
magnetic to hockey balls . . . Can be found in 
gym smoker . . . Hails from Eastern Shore . . . 
Vows she will pass one of Mrs. Irby's shorthand 
tests . . . Head snufFy . . . "Bill called and is 
coming at 6;30, Friday!!" . . . "But you always 
clean the room!!" . . . Dunham. 




FRANCES L. DAVIS 

Ridge, 

Maryland 

"To err is human,- to forgive, divine. 

hair, green eyes . . . Pleasant smile . . . 

found in the gym smoker . . . Likes to drink coffee 
. . . Comes to all of the dances . . . Doesn't like 
red sports cars . . . Lives for the summer so she 
can slay on the beach all day . . . Ambition: 
to become a private secretary . . . "Tiny Lou." 



Brown 
Can be 




BARBARA ANN FOOTE 
Box 303 
Accokeek, Maryland 

A kind word for everyone ... A sincere face and 
a friendly smile ... A heart full of love and pa 
tience ... A head full of wisdom and under 
standing . . . Her wealth is her personality . . 
In all moods a pleasant person . . . Gay, but ye 
with dignity . . . Full of good deeds . . . Kind 
ness at home ... A helping hand ... "1 ius 
don't know." . . . Barb. 






GLORIA GERALDINE GRAY 
5700 67th Avenue 
Riverdale, Maryland 

If every ounce of sv^eetness was a cent, she'd be 
loved for her money . . . Perpetual good humor 
. . . Just naturally nice . . . "Where are you Mr. 
Grasshopper? I look for you everywhere, I find 
you nowhere." . . . Aha! So that's why — you 
wanta be a Lady Godiva! . . . That thar's gonna 
be a pretty big sock . . . Has the ability to get 
herself out of situations no one else could even 
possibly get into — "Philadelphia anyone?" . . . 
Gloria. 



HELENE HOGAN 

Rt. 1, Box 362 
Lexington Park, Maryland 

Proud Irishman with blue eyes and sandy blonde 
hair . . . Winning smile . . . Sports enthusiast — 
especially fond of hockey . . . One of the day- 
hop girls ... A great advocate of St. Patrick's 
Day . . . Room in mad disorder . . . Irish temper 
— but when she is happy, she is extremely happy 
. . . fast driver . . . Has more energy than two 
people . . . Torments her big white cat ... A 
sociable "Pepsi" girl . . . History major ... A 
chain smoker — usually found in the gym smoker 
. . . Friendly and sincere . . . Helene. 




THURAAAN HARRISON ill 

California, 
Maryland 

T.L. has a likeable personality which has won him 
many friends . . . Fine reputation . . . Shows ini- 
tiative with his strong will to become a success 
in life . . . Portrays great leadership qualities 
and also parallels this by qualities of being a 
good follower . . . Supports whole-heartedly 
that which he believes in . . . Will be remembered 
long for his friendly greetings and warm smiles 
. . . Even the girls agree that his teasing remarks 
are filled with warmth and consideration . . . 
"T.L." 



EVELYN ADELE HEDGES 

Knoxville, 
Maryland 

She with the eyes so flirty and gay, that's "Koi" 
coming our way ... A pleasant mysterious way 
about her as she darts here and there . . . "Sorry 
Mr. Wallace, I can't possibly do it!" . . . Can be 
found in the gym, on the hockey field, in the 
water, or in the Point News room . . . Her person- 
ality plus her knack for words combine to pro- 
duce romantic poetry . . . "I've got to write to the 
little man across the big water." . . . Adele. 




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AAARY ELIZABETH HAMMETT 

St. Mary's City, 
Maryland 

Liza Jane . . . Cool, calm . . . Sometimes sophis 
ticated, rarin' to go at others . . . Green eyes 
auburn hair, cute freckles . . . Our boarding stu 
dent from two miles away . . . Always neat 
always cold . . . Favorite saying: censored . . 
The "Outside World" is more fun than people 
. . . Likes English and math . . . Pet Peeve: stupid 
rules . . . Math aid for the Assessment House of 
Weapons Systems Test . . . Has learned to run 
from bosses and members of track teams . . . Liz. 







OLGA HOROSHAK 

29 Chestnut Street 
Mlllvllle, New Jersey 

S.G.A. secretary . . . Fisties during Biology lab 
. . . Kingston Trio fan . . . Making fortune in the 
library . . . Likes stuffed peppers best . . . Loves 
morning but it comes too early in the day . . . 
Never complains about Jonathan . . . Owns half 
of the messiest desk in the school . . . Speaks 
foreign languages in her sleep . . . "If we go to 
bed now do you think we can get up at 6:00?" 
. . . The Grjnch . . . Olga. 





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AAARGARET CRISTOPHER JONES 

301 S. Washington Street 
Eoston, Maryland 

Lots of fun . . . .Friend to all . . . Usually can be 
found in the smoker . . . Hates to get up in the 
morning . . . "Bridge, anyone?" . . . Can always 
be heard singing . . . Never gets upset . . . 
Studies hard . . . "Anyone want your fortune 
told?" . . . Eastern Shore girl . . . "Nothing is 
impossible to a willing heart." . . . Christy. 



KAREN KINSINGER 

Star Roule 
Grantsville, Maryland 

"Beautiful, beautiful brown eyes" . . . bright, 
sassy, sad, misty . . . Ttie mind is lovely, dark 
and deep in a quest for truth, a love of good, a 
desire for beauty, and a promise of happiness 
. . . Liking all, loving few — and those loved sin- 
cerely. We who know her well love her well . . . 
Like salt and pepper, life would be flat without 
her ... A goodly shore of proportion figure- 
wise, intelligence-wise, and personality-wise . . . 
"How about a coke?" . . . Karen. 




EDNA ANN HUGHES 

USN Weapons Laboratory 
Dahlgren, Virginia 

Plans to be a math major . . . Willing to help 
from a back rub to an impossible Algebra prob- 
lem . . . Never ending smile — whipped puppy 
look . . . Loves to rip anything tangible . . . Her 
new bulky sweater . . . Active in sports — tennis, 
hockey, basketball, water sports . . . "What a 
riot!" . . . Ann. 



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ELIZABETH L. LONG 

527 National Highway 
LaVale, Maryland 

Student Education Association President . . . 
champion personality . . . Loves tennis . . . 
collects men's socks . . . Auntie Mama's friend 
. . . thinks Mondays should be eliminated . . . 
"I'll study later." . . . loves apple dumplings . . . 
hails from Western Maryland . . . t.v. addict . . . 
can't stand ringing phone . . . "Lynne, I'm going 
on a diet tomorrow." . . . avid card player — wins 
them all . . . quick wit, full of life, blue eyes, 
black curly hair, loves to tease . . . loves her 
three goldfish . . . kind and generous . . . Betty. 






AAARGARET ELIZABETH AAANN 
RFD 7, Box 7 

Westminster, Maryland 

Blessed Is the man who invented sleep . , . Firm 
advocate of the United States Army . . . always 
worrying about Germany and dreaming of wed- 
ded bliss . . . Spends much time setting her room- 
mate straight . . . Animal lover so long as it's cats 
— especially Buttons and Taffy . . . The color blue, 
fried chicken, convertibles, and telephone calls 
are among her likes . . . And now to bed 
Betsy. 





KAREN ANN MOONEY 
5713 Sixty-sixth Avenue 
Riverdole, Maryland 

Peck, peck, peck, ring — why it's the Caste//an 
Typing Editor ... '61 Xmas Prom Queen . . . 
"Now what are you doing . . . You're trying to 
stretch on inch so you con be an airline hostess 
. . . "Yeah, it is!" . . . 5'2", eyes of blue — some 
thing sweet in a small bundle . . . French with a 
Spanish accent? . . . She considers others before 
herself and knows no enemies . . . "Ahhhhhh, I 
dropped a stitch" ... "I lost the waste basket 
again." . . . Sport . . . Karen. 



MRS. NEOMA O. MONAHAN 

St. George's Island, 
Maryland 

Just like one of the gang . . . attractive . . . 
youthful — her sons look like her brothers . . . 
effervescent personality . . . home economics 
wizzard . . . favorite author: Adele Davis . . . 
Who forgot to put the fork on the table? . . . 
Could you understand that English? . . . has a 
collection of exotic items from all over the world 
. . . lives in a little pink house . . . lover of sea- 
food . . . Neoma. 



JANET MONTGOMERY 

Rising Sun, 
Maryland 

"I gotta go to the Music Hall to practice" . . . 
loves lilac . . . "Goin' home Friday!" . . . song: 
"Red Sails in the Sunset" ... a female Roger 
Williams . . . dark blue-gray eyes with dark 
brown hair . . . one of the guys . . . perpetually 
cheerful . . . loves meeting new people — any 
people . . . lively, always helpful . . . boyfriends 
spice her life . . . intelligent but won't admit it 
. . . barrels of fun from Rising Sun . . . Janet. 





LLOYD ALBERT NORRIS 

Scotland, 
Maryland 

Personality plus ... a combination of humor with 
reserve . . . type of guy who stands out in a 
crowd — he's 6'7" . . . When you hear, "Let's 
have a cold one." or "What say we stop by the 
Varsity." you know Albie is around . . . future 
accountant . . . chief ambition — to be a guard 
on the basketball team and score six points a 
game . . . Albie. 



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VIRGINIA LEE ORTT 
2909 Southern Avenue 
Baltimore, Maryland 

Handy with a hockey stick and a volleyball . . . 
never still a moment . . . always getting into a 
predicament . . . "I'm embarrassed." ... an 
all around good sport . . . object of much teas- 
ing . . . popular with Mr. Greeson . . . Ortt, Ortt, 
Ortt! — sounds like a frog . . . "Ortt" 







SANDRA H. OSTEEN 

Box 355 

Beltsville, Maryland 

In her quietness is her strength . . . Radiant laugh 

that makes her blush . . . Honor Court Chairman 

. . . feminine . . . stunning dresser . . . always 

thinking of others . . . Sem Fem for four years 

. . . one of the T. C. . . . loves sports — good in 

all she plays . . . Believes in doing everything 

because she enjoys all of life . . . kept the same 

little dirty yellow dog with the long gray ears for 

a long time . . . will be remembered for her 

sparkling eyes and glowing, thoughtful face . . . 

Sandy. 



ROSE MARIE PEACHER 
234 Prospect Avenue 
Hagerstown, Maryland 

Busy S.G.A. Vice-president . . . one in a million 
. . . passion for art . . . hails from "Hagersbush" 
. . . answers to Rosie but prefers Peach . . . loves 
to dance . . ."I haven't done a thing all v/eek" 
... Phi Theta Kappa . . . "Come on Peper, let's 
shimmy" . . . loves to eat . . . The Marine's Him 
. . . algebra v/hiz . . . keeps Coca Cola in busi- 
ness . . . "Pshav^" . . . Peach. 




NANCY HALL PATTERSON 

Monkton, 
Maryland 

Hails from Baltimore . . . rare personality . . . 
fabulous wit . . . full of energy and mischief 
. . . splendid athlete . . . rings are her prized 
possessions — diamonds and telephone . . . strik- 
ing brunnette . . . enjoys a good time . . . 
"There's so much to do and no time" . . . "What 
are we going to do now?" . . . Marthiel . . . 
shorthand anyone? . . . cool, calm and collected 
— well, usually . . . anyone for soup? . . . 
sleepy-time talker . . . "Nan." 



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LOLA ANN PLUMMER 

230 East Market Street 
Laurel, Delaware 

Lover of fun and mischief . . . wonderful sport 
and sportswoman . . . always remember her big 
heart and contagious giggle . . . hard working 
P. E. Major ... a whiz on the basketball courf 
. . . hopes to lead the world to better recreation 
someday . . . never has to be asked twice to do 
something except to be quiet . . . loyal Bulldog 
. . . "mother" . . . wild captain of the hockey 
team . . . Easternshoreman through and through 
. . . "aw saw" . . . Once her friend always her 
friend . . . Plummer. 






SANDRA /MYE SCARFF 
420 Moore's Mill Road 
Bel Air, Maryland 

Aversion to sunlamps . . . blue-eyed blond . . . 
firm advocate of the United States Navy— es- 
pecially Oceanna . . . Likes cool Chevy converti- 
bles . . . "Let's get to know each other better!" 
. . . Loves horses ... A superb dancer . . . Con- 
stantly tolerant of roomate's whims, though tires 
of German maps . . . Excellent seamstress with 
promising future as Home Economics teacher . . . 
Sandy. 




DAVID ALLEN STEWART 

Dameron, Maryland 

Very popular guy on campus . . . has great 
ability in the field of music . . . loves to sing and 
play the piano . . . shows great school spirit 
toward all school sports and school affairs . . . 
a young man who is sure to succeed in the world 
. . . "Little Joe." 




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ELIZABETH L. SHORT 
Box 224 

Cecilton, Maryland 

Has a friendly smile for everyone . . . secrets? 
. , . has big, blue eyes . . . finally thinks she's 
found the right one — only time will tell, though 
. . . continually sleeps . . . how 'bout that Johnny 
Mathis? . . . hails from the good old Eastern 
Shore . . . interested in science, especially biol- 
ogy . . . eager to give help to anyone who needs 
it . . . Betty. 



ELIZABETH L. SIDES 
Box 224 
Cecilton, Maryland 

Hails from Falls Church, Virginia, but hasn't a 
southern accent . . .Future plans — to become 
a nurse ... a redhead who hates to be called 
sweet . . . usually at odds with Mr. G. . . . 
"Penny! Third Floor Phone." . . . Does that 
sound familiar??? . . . always a great friend 
. . . smiles, no tears accompany her . . . "Love, 
Lunch, and Laughter" is her motto . . . Penny. 



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FRANCIS W. STRINGER 

Hollywood, 

Maryland 

Kind, noble, beneficent fellow ... a link with 
worm happiness to many . . . intellectual and 
understanding . . . natural born actor . . . Apollo 
. . . "Look out Buddy's on the floor . . . Entertain- 
ing master of ceremonies . . . supporter of Oxon 
Hill . . . peering over glasses — "Mr. Miles, I'd 
like to disagree with you" . . . Buddy. 



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SHELDON D. SUTPHIN 

Hollywood, 
Maryland 

Studies hard but a good attilete as well . . . 
The president of the Men's Student Government 
Association . . . Member of Honor Court . . . Has 
a taste for good jazz and music in general . . . 
very likeable . . . Sheldon. 





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JAMES WOOD 

St. Mary's City, 
Maryland 

Always a helping hand ... A ready sense of 
humor . . . friendly smile . . . never angry . . . 
Co-chairman of the ways and means committee 
. . . gets things done . . . great school spirit . . . 
works with M.S.G.A. . . . "Hey Stringer! come 
here" . . . Jim. 



EVELYN ANN DORNHEIM 

2 Chesfer Avenue 
Annapolis, Maryland 

Kindergarten Teacher . . . Has ability to make 
and hold friends . . . Emphatic, tolerant, kind, 
and considerate . . . Always a lady . . . Artist, 
writer, and lecturer . . . Planning world cruise 
. . . Loves to eat . . . Publicity editor of school 
paper . . . "Who stole my Paul Newman?" . . . 
Lynne. 



ANN HILL WILLIAMS 
Box 365, RFD #2 
Richmond, Virginia 

Laughing eyes and winning smile . . . yep it's 
thaf girl from Richmond . . . Likes sports and 
parties — can be found where fun is . . . run 
around that hockey field? . . . willing to work 
and does it well . . . loves surprises . . . Sincere 
and loyal friend . . . "Oh Dunham!" . . . 
Ant Hill. 




PATRICIA E. PINTO 
17 Asbury Avenue 
Crisfield, Maryland 

Quiet ... A good sport as well as good in 
sports . . . Vice-President of the Athletic Asso- 
ciation . . . Concientious worker . . . English 
major . . . "Hey Pat, how about some tennis?" 
Ardent supporter of the Eastern Shore . . . Always 
has a good word for someone and never wears 
a frown . . . Pat. 





Outstanding 



Susan Claggett has helped many a student with 
her kindness and personality. As president of S.G.A. 
and through various awards received during her 
four years at S.AA.S., she has shown her leadership 
ability. Although a good student, being a member 
of Phi Theto Kappa, she is by no means a "book- 
worm." Susan had participated on the Hockey 
Varsity All-Star Team and Volleyball All-Star Team 
— thus showing her athletic ability. V\/ith a finger 
in every pie, Susan seems to be able to keep her 
temper when everything goes wrong. She's a 
friend to both the student body and the faculty. 



Susan Claggett 




Sandy Osteen has been spreading cheer through 
the halls of St. Mary's for four years. During those 
four years she has had an active part in the life at 
St. Mary's. She was a member of Honor Court for 
two years and in her last year she handled the job 
of Chairman of Honor Court with patience and un- 
derstonding. Sandy has always shown an interest 
in athletics and has served on the A. A. Board as 
both volleyball and tumbling managers. She has 
also participated in the athletic programs by play- 
ing in intramurals. She has been on the hockey var- 
sity for two years and the volleyball all-stars for two 
years. She helped to boost the college spirit the 
two years she was on the cheerleading squad. For 
the four years she has been here Sandy has been 
a member of the choir. She has also been a mem- 
ber of Somodro, the Home Economics Club, the 
Hockey Club, and the Point News. 

Sandy hasn't limited her interest to study and 
clubs, she has worked in the library and the girl's 
store for all four years. Now you can see why her 
class has elected Sandy to be "most versatile. " 



Sandy Osteen 



Sophomores 

In June of 1959 Federalsburg High School lost 
one of the most outstanding students ever to gradu- 
ate from Its halls; in June of 1961 St. Mary's Semin- 
ary Junior College will graduate an outstanding stu- 
dent and individual. The two students and indivi- 
dual referred to ore one and the same — Bernese 
Culhane. 

Bernese has far surpassed her commendable 
high school record. In her freshman year at college 
she was elected archery manager on the A. A. 
Board. Her excellent ability as an activity manager, 
her willingness to help, and her infectious enthusi- 
asm has enabled her to so outstanding a job as 
President of the Athletic Association. "Bernie" has 
been a member of all intermural teams, including 
hockey, volleyball, and basketball and is Captain 
of the all star Basketball team. 

For those who could not attend the sports acti- 
vities, Bernese as sports Editor of the Point News, 
filled them in. 

This year's freshmen were extremely lucky in 
having Bernese on the Orientation Committee. Her 
warm, sparkling personality lessened their difficul- 
ties and anxieties. 

As an Athlete, Student, Individual, and friend, 
Bernese has won a spot in the heart of each person 
at St. Mary's. 




Bernese Culhane 



St. Mary's has greatly benefited from the inter- 
est and contributions of Rose Marie Peacher, better 
known as "Peach." Aside from her office of vice- 
president of the Student Government Association, 
her membership on athletic teams and clubs, her 
parts in school productions for membership in Phi 
Theta Kappa, and her interest in and willingness to 
help each individual and organization. Peach is 
known for her artistic ability. Last year this talented 
student was the recipient of the "Best Oil Painting" 
award. Her personality, talent, and initiative have 
Peach a great success at St. Mary's, one of whom 
only the best are deserving of her presence. 



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For three years now Dianna Dunham's ever- 
ready smile has graced our campus. Personality 
and charm combined with service and leadership 
are exemplified by her whenever there is something 
happening. She is always around with a helping 
hand whether it be an athletic team or decorations 
for a dance. She will long be remembered for her 
willingness to work as demonstrated in such activi- 
ties as the choir, the hockey team, and Artist and 
Lecture Committee. No matter what Dianna is doing 
she enjoys doing it and working with other people. 
As a final honor and privilege she was chosen to 
represent St. Mary's Seminary Jr. College in the 
annual Apple Blossom Festival. 



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Judy Peper is truly the "contributed the most 
for St. Mary's." No matter what type of activity or 
social event you ore planning, Judy is right there 
with some new ideas or to give a helping hand. 
She has helped with athletic activities and social 
events, but her specially is dance decorations. 

She will be remembered for her helpfulness and 
willingness to work on the Social Committee, Orien- 
tation Committee and especially by the Sophomore 
Class, who elected her their President this year. 

Her personality, poise, imagination and leader- 
ship have made Judy popular not only with the stu- 
dents but with the faculty as well. Her efficiency and 
cheerfulness always makes the tasks so much easier 
and quicker. 



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STUDENT GOVERNMENT: Sealed (left fa r,ghll Anne McCloughry, Sondra Osleen, Jan Vallionl, Slu Wilkinson, Nancy Pat- 
terson. Stonding Hell (o fighl) Olga Horoshak. Pal Crowe, Susan Claggetl, Rose Marie Peacher, Miss Simms, Sponsor. 



The Student Government Association permits us here at Saint Mary's to exercise 
all of the privileges of democratic living. By practicing these principles, we learn 
to become better citizens. 



MENS STUDENT GOVERNMENT: led lo righl. Buddy Stringer, Sheldon Sulphin, 
James Wood, Jerry Vazanno. 




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HONOR COURT: lell to nghl, John Roberts, Susan Cloggel, Sandra Osleen, Sheldon Sulphin, Jackie Bridewell, Bonne Tol- 



In its endeavor to make us good citizens, Saint Mary's has established an 
Honor Court. The Court hears cases concerning violations of lying, cheating, and 
stealing and assists the Student Government. 



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Fohl's Chemislry Class performs a new experiment. 



The school offers facilities, such as business and science laboratories, to further 
our knowledge. By using these features the students attain a better knowledge of 
and experience in their special fields. 



Philip Wilkerson models lor Judy Peper, Pot Porker, Slu Wilkinson, and Morlho Deol. 





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PHI THETA KAPPA left (o right, tiz Hammell, Sue Churn, Rose Marie Peoche 
Karen Kins.nger, Borbora Faole, Susan Claggelt. 




A number of fhe students who have attained and kept a B average comprise 
the Kappa XI chapter of the Phi Theta Kappa Fraternity. 







SOCIAL COMMITTEE: Se< 
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Sheldon Sulphin, Pot Porker. Slonding (le/( (o 
erson, liz Shone, Amy Tobor, Cherie Forlow, 



Each Tuesday we have an interesting assembly which is arranged and pre- 
sented by the Assembly Committee. 



ARTIST SERIES COMMITTEE; Dionno Dunhorr 
Cole, Virginia Orll. 






ORIENTATION COMMITTEE; Seated ILell (o right) Jeanie Cole, Bernese Culhane, Susan Claggetl, Judy Peper, StanAng 
(left to rigtit) Billie Boole, Sandra Osleen, Frances Turner, Pot Parker, Slu Wilkinson. 

The members of fhe Artist and Lecture Series Committee serve as hostesses 
at the four annual presentations. 



ASSEMBLY COMMITTEE: Seoled— Emily Dinkle, Rosemary Peacher, Barbara Foole, Mr. Fohl, 
Sponsor. Stonding — Sheldon Sulphin, Buddie SIringer. 





5AMADRA: Sealed tUII fo righO Merle Pugh, Anne McClaughry, ioanne Weover, Aleda 
Bunch. Standing lieh fo nghll Emily Dinkle. Mr. WoMoce, sponsor, and Lynn Dornhcim. 




HOME ECONOMICS ClUB: Seoted (led fo rlghf) Barbara Foote. Sondy Storfl, Karen Kinsinger, Solly 
Wolker. Sfonding (lefl (o nghll Betsy Mann, ond Sondy Osleen. 

MEDICAL CAREER GROUP. Seafed (firsf row, le(f fo nghll Peggy Burdeffe, Dorlcnc Lyons, 
Beverly Raders, Judy Rudy. Seoled (second row. Ml fo right) Cory Block, Betty Short. 
Miss Chance, sponsor, Ann Hill Williams, and Koren Kinsinger. 



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The Current Affairs Club is an 
organization of students who 
are interested in the contempo- 
rary affairs of the nation. The 
N. E. A. has as its purpose the 
furthering of interest in teaching. 




NATIONAL EDUCATION ASSOCIATION: Georgean: 
Pinto, Ann Plummer, Sondy Scorff, Darlene Lyon 
Mr. Miles, Sponsor, Belly Long. 



ne Gtoff, Lynn Dornheim, Po 
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CURRENT AFFAIRS CLUB: first row Hell to right) Georgeonne Groff, Ann Hughes, Ernie Bell, Lynn Dorntieim. Second row: Mr. Yorborough, 
Sponsor, Jim Wood, Emily Dinkle, Gloria Gray, Karen Mooney, Jerry Vazonna. Third row Anne McClaughry, Virginia Orll, Maggie Mot- 
(ell, John Roberts. 





POINT NEWS: Hell (o r/ght) Bernese Culhane, Sondy Barnes, Lynn Dornheim, Belly Carey, Joonne Weaver, Anne McClaughry, 
Adele Hedges, Emily Dinkle, Aledo Bunch, Christy Jones, Merle Pugh, Mr. Wallace, Sponsor, Carol Vonsickle. 



CASTELLAN: Ikll lo righll Solly Walker, Joan Carver, Bonnie Tollon, Georgeonne Groff, Bcrboro Foole, Miss Simms, Spons. 
Ann Hughes, Dionno Dunham, Koren Mooney, Jonet Welk, Jeonnie Cole. 




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The Choir, directed by Mr. Brantley Greeson, promotes the enjoyment of music 
at S. M. S. Among the performances this year are the Christmas Assembly and 
participation in the "Wizard of Oz." 



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is to remind the students of the true spirit of Christmas. 



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WOMEN DAY STUDENTS: Frances Dovij, Ann Bean, Sally.H30lh Fonestock, Bonnie Bannowsky, Helene Hogon. Mr!. Car- 
olyn Burnell, Mrs. Ncomo Monahon, Frances Brubacher. 



Students from surrounding areas affend St. Mary's Junior College. Although 
these students do not live on campus they are active in all areas of college life. 



MEN DAY STUDENTS; Allen Stewart, Mike Von Dolsum. Sheldon Sutphin, Alfred Hazel, fseoled in 
Bell, Jim Corner, Albie Norris, John Barber, Douglas Richie, Joe Hardy, Buddy Stringer, Jerry Vo!i 
Roberts, T L Harrison, Philip Wllkerson, Philip Kingry. 



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Karen Mooney and John Roberts 
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May Day 



Our May Court was chosen this year 
for its beauty but the contestants hove 
more than beauty. Each girl selected 
has given of herself willingly, helping in 
all school activities. 

The court consists of three represen- 
tatives of each class and from these the 
queen was chosen. These girls reigned 
over festivities at the Festival of the May 
this year. 




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Seoled Heft fo righll Suzonne Orme, Miss Slancil, Sponsor, Bernese Culhone, Pot Pinio, Adcle Hedges. Stand'ng Hell to nghll Ann Pk 
Ookie Abrahams, Slu Wilkinson, Jan Vollionl, Virginio OrtI, Bonnie DocUer, Susan Cloggell 



The Athletic Association is one of the largest or- 
ganizations on our campus. This organization con- 
sists of every female student enrolled here. The 
main purposes of the A. A, are to administer athletic 
and recreational activities for v^omen students, to 
establish leadership, to increase class spirit and loy- 
alty towrord the school, and to promote good sports- 
manship. 

Any member of the Association is eligble for the 
Board which is the governing body of the organiza- 
tion. The board consists of a president, vice-presi- 
dent, secretary, treasurer, activity managers, social 
chairman, class representatives, and ex-officio — the 
president of the Student Government Association. 
These members are elected by the entire female stu- 
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tatives who are elected by the respective classes. 

This active organization sponsors both athletic 
and social activities. Archery, volleyball, basketball, 
badminton, softball, hockey, tennis, swimming, boat- 
ing, dance, and cheerleading are offered through 
intramurals, clubs, varsity teams, all-star teams, 
sports days, invitational games, and recreational 
activities. The social activities consist of the Christ- 
mas prom. May Day, A. A. picnic, A. A. banquet, rec- 
ord hops, and other activities scheduled by the 
board for any given date. Through the Athletic 
Association the varsity teams are given much sup- 
port by the frequently scheduled pep rallies. 

The Athletic Association is an active, hard- work- 
ing organization which gets its reward through the 
satisfaction of the participants in its activities. 




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Osteen. Second row Ann Be 
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row dell lo righl) Ann Hill Williams, Donn.e Doellec, D.anna Dunhom. Adi 
Oakie Abrahoms, Cory Black, Maggie Moffetl, Virginio Dm, Noncy Pane 
r, Bernese Colhone, Ann Plummer, Penny Sides, Ann Hughes. 



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The varsity hockey learn of 1960 was a tremen- 
dous success for St. Mary's. Under the skillful teach- 
ing of Miss Stancil, the girls learned the meaning of 
fair play, good sportsmanship, and many new skills 
which had been unknown to them before. Upon 
these fore mentioned traits the varsity team was cho- 
sen. 

The girls put in an exceptional amount of time 
and energy for practice and it was all worthwhile. 
The school spirit which was gained from these prac- 
tices and games will long be remembered and will 
be carried down through the years. 






Susan Claggell, Miss Stancil, Sponsor, Oakif 



The Volleyball Intramurals got off to a bong 
early in November. The student body met in the 
gym smoker and selected three teams from each 
class. A round robin tournament was held consist- 
ing of fifteen games. All in all these intramurals, 
which were won by team 1, exhibited the much im- 
proved school spirit and sportsmanship of St. Mary's 
Seminary Junior College. 



The Volleyball All-Star squad was selected by 
Miss Stancil. Ten outstanding girls were picked 
were chosen for the squad. These girls were picked 
for participation, sportsmanship, and skill. The fac- 
ulty-student game was held November 4. The fac- 
ulty won the game — however, the All-Stars played 
a great game. 



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Stars 



This year St. Mary's hod a varsity 
basketball team chosen from the intra- 
mural players. The girls were chosen 
for good sportsmanship, ability, attitude, 
willingness, and spirit. The first game 
was played at Notre Dome on February 
16 at 4:30 in the afternoon. For the 
second game the girls left S. M. S. on 
March 3 and spent the night at Salisbury 
State Teachers College. The next day 
they played a gome with the S. T. C. 
girls and then returned to S. M. S. that 
afternoon. During the entire season the 
girls worked very hard practicing to 
make their team a success, not only for 
themselves but for S. M. S. 



WOMEN'S VARSITY BASKETBALL: Sandy 
Jones, Susan Claggell, Adele Hedges, 
Pinto, Ann Hughes, Rose Marie Peacher 
Miss Sloncil, Sponsor. 



: Culhone, Ann Plummer, Chorlolle 
oon Carver, Maggie MoflleM, Pol 
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The theory for basketball which is held by our 
coach, Hank LaVay, is simple: you win or lose, but you 
play to win. This year the team lived up to the theory 
to the best of its ability. By displaying good sports- 
manship and true team spirit each member gave S.M.S- 
J.C. due reason for being proud of him, and each 
player started each game with the same idea and de- 
termination: that I'm going to win. 



The students also have a theory: they are behind 
the team all the way. The team could feel confident 
of their support no matter what occurred on the court. 

The team feels this way about the Basketball sea- 
son of this year: win or lose the team played; win or 
lose the coach was with them; and win or lose they had 
the best support in the league. 





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Smith, Lloyd Norrls, Ben Wielond, Hugh Wieland. 






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On the banks of blue St. Mary's — near Potomac's strond, 
Stands our dear old Alma Mater — best school in the land! 
Built of bricks from the first state house — near the mulb'ry's 

shade 
Where Lord Calvert with the Indians once a treaty made. 
Like a beacon by the river, stands she grandly bold, 
Giving knowledge to her daughters — worth more than pure 

gold, 
Age and fire cannot destroy her — (She has stood the test) — 
We will always love St. Mary's — she deserves our best. 
We will ever love St. Mary's — love to praise her name; 
Strive to make our lives add luster to her glorious fame. 
Let your glad song wake the echoes, sing with voices free — 
Hail to Thee, Dear Alma Mater! Hail, all hail, to Thee! 










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CHEVROLET — BUICK — OPEL 

OLDSMOBILE 

SALES - SERVICE 

Leonardtown, Maryland 



Complimenis of 



THE STYLE CENTER 



Lexington Pork, Maryland 



DEAN'S 
SUNOCO SERVICE 

Pick-up & Delivery 

BRAKE SERVICE — TIRES 
ACCESSORIES 

HOLLYWOOD, MARYLAND 
Phone: FR. 3-2231 



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Telephone: GR. 5-3191 

Specialty Shop for Ladies Apparel 
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CLARKE SUNOCO SERVICE 

Minor Repairs & Tune Ups — Wheel Balancing 

Generators — Headlights Adjusted 

Steam Cleaning — Ports & Accessories 

Lexington, Pork, Maryland 
volunteer 2-0921 




THE HUB 

SOUTHERN MARYLAND'S 
LEADING DEPARTMENT STORE 

Lexington Park, Maryland 



DYSON'S SERVICE STATION 

Phone: Great Mills 224 

GAS, OIL — TIRES, TUBES 
LUBRICATION — ACCESSORIES 

Lexington Park, Maryland 



E AND M FLORIST 



Leonardtown, Maryland 



GReenwood 5-9182 



Comp/imenfs of 
Baltimore Chapter 

St. Mary's Seminary 

Junior College 
Alumnae Association 



CENTER GARDENS 
Management 
Company 

Apartments 

FURNISHED and UNFURNISHED 

volunteer 2-2722 
LEXINGTON PARK, MARYLAND 



Compliments of 

TOWN CREEK MARINE SALES 

Lexington Park, Maryland 



Compliments of 

FREADWAY MARYLAND INN 

Church Circle, Annapolis, Maryland 
GOOD FOOD, DRINK, and LODGING 



Oean Lumber & Supply Co, Inc. 

GENERAL BUILDING MATERIALS 
Hollywood, Maryland 



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Leonardtown, Maryland 



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Compliments of 

ALBERT F. GOETZE, INC. 

Baltimore, Maryland 



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WALTER WISE 

PAVING — EXCAVATING — HAULING 

GReenwood 5-9666 
Box 35, Leonardtown, Maryland 



J. FRANK RALE COMPANY 

INSURANCE — ALL FORMS 

volunteer 2-3373 
Lexington Park, Maryland 


Complimenfs of 

BURCH OIL COMPANY 
Inc. 

GULF OIL PRODUCTS 
Hollywood, Maryland 




ADAMS APPLIANCE SHOP 

Hollywood, Maryland 

APPLIANCES — TELEVISION 
Sales & Service 

Telephone: FRonklin 3-2553 


JAMES WARING AND SON 

INSURANCE and REAL ESTATE 


JOY SHOP 

"TOTS TO TEENS" 
Lexington Park, Maryland 

CHILD Vv'EAR YARD GOODS 


Lexington Park Pharmacy 

Two Doors from A & P 

PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS 

volunteer 3-3481 
Lexington Park, Maryland 


THE 
DEITZ SHOE COMPANY 

Lexington Park, Maryland 

SHOES OF QUALITY 
FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY 

Phone: VOIunteer 2-5171 



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Leonardtown, Maryland 

St. Mary's County's First Industry 
MANUFACTURERS OF INFANT WEAR 



Phone: FRanklin 3-2266 

WOOD'S ESSO SERVICE 

1-DAY TIRE RECAPPING SERVICE 
Hollywood, Maryland 



V AND H BAKERY 



Lexington Park — Leonardtown 



Maryland 



Compliments of your 

County Trust Company of 
Maryland Bank 

Leonardtown, Maryland 





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GENERAL MERCHANDISE 

Great- Mills, Marylarvd 
Phone: Great Mills 2W 



McKay Implement and 
Truck Company 

Farm Equipment — Industrial Equipment 
Industrial Motor Trucks 

Leonardtown, Maryland 

GR. 5-9190 



BLAIR'S 

JEWELRY — SILVER — CHINA 

STUDIO CARDS 

Lexington Pork and Leonardtown 

Maryland 



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Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Millison 
Larry Millison 

Cedar Park Trailertown 



Compliments of 



ESKERIDGE FORD, INC. 



Lexington Park, Maryland 



TEMPLE OF BEAUTY 

HAIR STYLISTS 

204 Great Mills Road 

VO. 3-4422 

Lexington Pork, Maryland 



Coppage Implement Co. 

Great Mills, Maryland 
Phone 128 

POULAN CHAIN SAW 
Sales - Service and Parts 




"SHOES GOT THE BLUES?" 

CONNOR SHOE REPAIR 

136 Three Notch Rood 
Lexington Park, Maryland 




WILLIAM CHAPMAN 



WESTERN AUTO 



Lexington Park, Maryland 



PARK PHARMACY 

YOUR REXALL STORE 

Through fhese porfals pass the prettiest 
girls in the world." 

Lexington Park, Maryland 



Southern Maryland's Leading Weekly 
Over 6000 Circulation 

THE ENTERPRISE 

for 

QUALITY JOB PRINTING 

VO. 2-1011 

330 Great Mills Rd. Lexington Park, Md. 








RUE'S ROOST 




Lexington Park, Maryland 



Cook & Meredith 
Marine Sales 

MERCURY OUTBOARDS 

CROSBY-LARSON & MFC BOATS 

Route 1, Box 465 Volunteer 2-041 1 

Lexington Park, Maryland 



Compliments of 

LEXINGTON PARK 
VARIETY STORE 

VO. 3-3737 
Lexington Park, Maryland 



FRIENDLY CAB CO. 



RADIO DISPATCHED 



Reliable 24-hour Service 



VO. 3-8141 - 3-8142 - 3-8143 



Lexington Park, Maryland 



LEXINGTON PARK 
DRY CLEANERS 

for 

Prompt Pick-up and Delivery Service 

Call: Great Mills 22 

Complete Laundry Service 

We Operate a Licensed STA-NU-PLANT 

Lexington Pork, Maryland 




LEONARDTOWN MOTEL 

Leonardtown, Maryland 

Free Television — Air Condition 

Tub and Shower 

Phone: GR. 5-9135, If no answer call 5-5071 




KINGS 5 & 10 

'Southern Maryland's Largest and 
Most Modern 5 & 10 

Opposite Safeway 

Lexington Park, Maryland 



Compliments of 



THRIFT OIL COMPANY 



Leonardtown, Maryland 



Compliments of 



Lexington Park Hotel 



Lexington Park, Maryland 



Phones: VO. 2-1666, Lexington Pork 

RE. 7-4745, Woshington, D.C. 




John R. Dtury & Son 

INSURANCE and REAL ESTATE 

Leonardtown, Maryland 

Phone: GReenwood 5-9114 



FOOD LINER -IGA 

GReenwood 5-5201 

MEATS — GROCERIES — FRUITS 

VEGETABLES — FROZEN FOODS 

Leonardtown, Maryland 



ST. MARY'S PHARMACY 



YOUR REXALL STORE 



Leonardtown, Md. 




LEONARDTOWN 
FASHION CENTER 

Women's and Children's Apparel 

Box 183, Lconardl-own, Maryland 

GReenwood 5-9726 



BOWLES FLORIST 

GReenwood 5-2161 
Leonardtown, Maryland 



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■Where ed that love seol go' 



Compliments of 

The First National Bank 
of St. hAary's 

Leonardtown, Maryland 



BEN FRANKLIN STORE 



J. ABELL LONGMORE 



Leonardtown, Maryland 




FRANK A. COMBS 
INSURANCE AGENCY 

Leonardtown, Maryland 



CompWmenH of 

PARK MEN'S SHOP 

A few doors from the Pioio Theatre 
Lexington Park, Maryland 



Compliments of 

Roger H. Dean & Sons 

GENERAL CONTRACTORS 
Hollywood, Maryland 

FR. 3-2291 




Mechanicsville 
Building Supply, Inc. 

LUMBER & BUILDING SUPPLIES 

HARDWARE 

Mechanicsville, Maryland 

TUlip 4-3111 



SUMMERSEAT VILLAGE 

Gilbert Dorsey . . . Developer & Builder 

Mechanicsville, Maryland 

TU. 4-3563 



BILL RALEY'S 

SALES CENTER, INC. 

Appliances - Television - Sales & Service 

Lexington Pork, Maryland 

volunteer 3-8181 



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Compliments of 



Springer's Men's Shop 



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Lexington Pork, Moryland 



SPINNING WHEEL 

Cockfail Lounge and Rest-aurant 

Operated in Conjunction With 

SIESTA MOTEL 

One Mile from the Noval Station 

On Great Mills Road 

Lexington Park, Maryland 


"A^ove the Red Ball Way" 

Patuxent River Van Co. 

3 Notch Road P.O. Box 145 
Lexington Park, Maryland 

Hazel Madsen, Owner 


KAY CEE DRUGS 

(Opposite Safeway) 

A COMPLETE DRUG STORE 

Prescriptions 

volunteer 2-1877 

Lexington Park, Maryland 


Compliments of 

RICK'S STUDIO 


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ST, MARY'S BEACON 

THE COUNTY PAPER SINCE 1839 
GReenwood 5-9123 


Glass Service Company 

All Types of Gloss and Glass Work 

J. CALVIN KIRBY, JR. 

P.O. Box 116 

Lexington Park, Maryland 

84 


SPARLING'S 

Leonordtown s Finest Depariment Store 
Leonordtown, Maryland 







DUFF'S DRIVE IN 

SUNDAES — AAALTS 
CONES — SHAKES 

Lexington Park, Maryland 



CITIZENS BANK 



of ST. MARY'S 



Sf. Mary's County's Only Drive-In Banking 



LEXINGTON PARK, MARYLAND 
volunteer 3-5631 



Complimenfs of 



Parlett Gas Company 



Lexington Park, Maryland 



DEAN and BEAVERS 

GENERAL CONTRACTORS 
Equipment Rental 

FRanklin 3-2121 
Hollywood, Maryland 



THOMPSON'S 
FURNITURE CITY 

SOUTHERN MARYLAND'S LARGEST 
Route 235, Hollywood, Maryland 



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Sun god — Send down your light." 



PATRONS 



American Finance Company 

Aschenboch's 

Bailey's Restaurant 

Mr. and Mrs. William D. Bartlett 
Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Black 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul H. Black 
Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Brubacher 
Mr. and Mrs. Tillman T. Bunch 



Mr. and Mrs. Edward Early 
Dr. and Mrs. Blaine H. Eig 

Elliot Shoe Center 

Ernest L. Stone and Son 

Mr. and Mrs. J. Franklin Farlow 

Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Flowers 
Mr. and Mrs. F. Harold Follmer 



Mrs. Myrtle V. Crandall 
Mr. Ethel M. Crowe 

Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Deal, Jr. 

Mr. Francis C. Delahay 

The Reverend Mr. and Mrs. Ira M. Dinkle 

Mr. and Mrs. Earl H. Dornheim 
Mr. and Mrs. C. Moson Dunham 



Donald E. Garner Company 
Mrs. Lydia Gilbert 

Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Gray 

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur P. Gough 

Mr. and Mrs, David Hammett 

Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hanawalt 
Hoyden's Sunoco Station 



Dr. and Mrs. W. C. Henderson 
Hewitt Lumber Company 

Mr. and Mrs. John F. Hogan 
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Horoshchak 
Hood's Sanitary Market 

Chaplain and Mrs. Benjamin Hughes 

Vice Admiral and Mrs. Felix Johnson, USN Ret. 



PATRONS 



Knotty Pine 

Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Lapham 

Leonardtown Dairy 

Leonardtown Gulf Service Station 
Leonardtown Gulf Service Station 

Leonardtown Laundry 
Leonardtown Super Market 
Mr. and Mrs. William A. Loker 



M. Adele France Chapter 

Mr. and Mrs. Nelson J. MacLeod 

Mr. and Mrs. James R. Mann 

Modern Cleaners 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert P. Mooney 

Park Jewelers 

Mr. and Mrs. Milton C. Peper 



Mr. and Mrs. Frankiln P. Perdue 
Mr. and Mrs. Charles B. Pinto 
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph F. Plummer 

Senator George L. Radcliffe 
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Raders 

Mr. and Mrs. John Earl Roberts, Jr 
Mr. and Mrs. Willard Rudy 
Mr. and Mrs. Alda H. Shipp 



Mr. and Mrs. James R. Short 
Smith's incorporated 

Mrs. Madeline A. Stewart 

Sunoco Gas Station 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul I. Sutphin 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard D. Taber 
Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Talton 



Taylor Gas Company 

Mr. and Mrs. Worley Tebbs 

Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Volliant 

Mrs. Mary W. Vazzona 
Mrs. Gracia A. Weaver 



Dr. and Mrs. E. S. Williams 
Mr. and Mrs. John E. Williams 
Mr. and Mrs. Charles D. Wood 



1961 



CASTELLAN 



STAFF 



Ann Bean, Day Hop Representative 

Ernie Bell 

Joan Carver, Editor 

Jeanie Cole, Typing Editor 

Vernon Dorsey 

Dianna Dunham, Advertising Manager 

Ann Ferrall 

Barbara Foote, Photography Editor 

Georgeann Groff, Activities Editor 

Adele Hedges 

Ann Hughes, Women's Sports Editor 

Darlene Lyons 

Karen Mooney, Typing Editor 



Sandra Osteen 

Pat Parker, Art Editor 

Rose Marie Peacher 

Judy Peper 

John Roberts 

Allen Stev^art, Men's Sports Editor 

Sarah Stoddard 

Buddy Stringer 

Sheldon Sutphin 

Bonnie Tolton, Assistont Editor 

Solly Walker, Lay Out Editor 

Janet Welk, Business Manager 

Stu Wilkinson 



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