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To the Graduates of 1 962 




Dr. May Russe// 



It is possible to be very learned, to know a great 
many facts, and not be wise. But we cannot become 
wise without learning. Each one of us has made a be- 
ginning in the acquisition of knowledge. As we continue 
to learn and use this knowledge in our daily lives, 
may we by character and intellect develop a little 
wisdom. For it is the trained, perceptive and under- 
standing mind that is the secret weapon of the free 
world. 




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MISS BEATRICE SIMMS 

Harrodsburg, Kentucky 

Dean of Women 




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MR. GEORGEKAMMERER.JP 

St. Mary's City. Maryland 

Director of Admissions 




MRS. LOIS DONHISER 

California, Maryland 

Registrar 



Administration 



Mrs. Donhiser reviews applications. 



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MR. LEON BUKER 

Hollywood, Maryland 

Modern Languages 





MRS. MINNA IRBY 

Clinton, South Carolina 

Business 



MISS VELMA PERKINS 

Burnside, Kentucky 

English 




Miss Perkins discusses grades in a conference with a student. 




DR. CARL WALKER 

Lexington Park, Maryland 

Business 



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MISS BARBARA MAGAW 

Lake Charles, Louisiana 

English 




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MR. ELWOOD FAHL 
St. Mary's City, Maryland 
Science 



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MR. ALAN GEVERS 
New York, New York 
Science 



DR HAROLD SHIRK 

College Park, Maryland 

Mathematics 



MR LEWIS MILES 

St. Mary's City, Maryland 

Social Studies 





Mr Miles takes time out from teaching to enjoy a student- 
faculty tea 



MR. KEMP YARBOROUGH 

St. Mory's City, Maryland 

Social Studies 




MR. MARK WALLACE 
Reading, Pennsylvania 
Speech and Dramatics 




MISS CHARLOTTE OSLUND 

McVille, North Dakota 

Home Economics 



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MISS SANDRA STANCIL 
Lynchburg, Virginia 
Physical Education 




MRS. NORMA STRICKLAND 

California, Maryland 

Art 



Mr. Gevers aids staff by sorting letters to 
send to the alumni chapters. 



MR. BRANTLEY GREESON 

St. Mary's City, Maryland 

Music 





MISS MARGARET KEEN 

York, Pennsylvania 

Librarian 



MRS. ALICE FAHL 

St. Mary's City, Maryland 

Remedial Reading and Asst. Librarian 



MISS ETHEL CHANCE 

Centreville, Maryland 

Nurse 




MRS. MARY MARGARET TIPPETT 

Pasadena, Maryland 

Housemother 



MRS. LOUISE COWAN 

Leonardtown, Maryland 

Dietitian 




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MISS ANNA SANDNER 

Baltimore, Maryland 

Secretary 


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MRS. ELLEN THURLBY 

Lexington Park, Maryland 

Secretary 



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MRS. MARIAN DICKEY 

Great Mills, Maryland 

Public Relations 



MRS. DOROTHY KIDD 

California, Maryland 

Assistant Business Manager 



MR. SAMUEL PURSELL 

St. Mary's City, Maryland 

Business Manager 



MR JAMES REDMOND 
St. Mary's City, Maryland 
Maintenance Supervisor 



MR. TENNYSEN WOOD 

Ridge, Maryland 
Assistant Maintenance 



MRS. EDNA ROBERTS 

Lexington Park, Maryland 

Receptionist 








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MRS. ALEATHEA REDMOND 

St. Mary's City, Maryland 

Secretary 




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Left to right: James Brown, Emma Hotl, and 
Bernard Ball, 




Rosa Butler and Lillie Mae Huelet. Not 
pictured is Florence Ball. 



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Left to right: Francis Carroll, James Somer- 
ville, and Toby Carroll. Not pictured are 
Paul Greenwell and Bernard Barnes. 




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the warmth of it ... . 



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From left to right: Betsy Williams, Miss Simms, Dinah Blanding, Pat Stellwagon, Ann Ferrall, Dottie Flowers, Jackie Bridewell, Merle Pugh, and 
Sue Pritcher 



Student Government Associations 




The Women's Student Government As- 
sociation is compiled of a select group of 
students. These students guide their class- 
mates in personal development. 

Elected men students act as the voice of the 
male faction of Saint Mary's. The Men's Stu- 
dent Government Association is made effec- 
tive by decisive contributions academically, 
socially and traditionally. 



From left to right: Doug Richey, Ben Weiland, and Frank Combs 
Not pictured is Alfred Hasel 




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left to right: F. Combs, J. Rockwell, B. Wilhams, S. Morsh, Miss Russell, A Bean, Miss Simms. B Weilond, S. Wilkinson. Mr Yarborough J Bridewell 



and A- Ferrall 



Campus Council and Honor Court 



The Campus Council is a combined effort of the faculty and students for the betterment of 
Saint Mary's. 

The Honor Court is composed of selected male and female students. It maintains justice and 
enforces the honor code of the school. 



Left from top to bottom: Miss 
Russell, Sharon Tweedy, Howard 
Lamb, Judy Rockwell. Right from 
top to bottom: Pat Stellwagon, 
Jan Volliant, Doug Richey. Ann 
Ferrall. 





Left to right (first row): L. Riley, P. Burdette. M. Pugh, P. Brondt, A. Newmon. Second row : B. Grandea, 
M. Moffett, B. Griffith. V. Tibbs, C Rader Third row: B. Johnson, S. Tweedy, L. Thurlby, J. Potee, A. Mc- 
Claughry Fourth row: B. Dryden, G. Barolet, S. Marsh, D Wiley, M. Johnson, B. Talton. Fifth row: J. Killmon, 
M. Woodward, S- Pritcher, P. Lundgren. Sixth row: P Onley, C. Jump, J. Bridewell, R. Kemp, D. Lyons. 



Choir Tours State 




Under the direction of Mr. Brantly Gree- 
son, the choir is the singing spirit of Saint 
Mary's. In the spring a tour is taken 
throughout the state of Maryland. 



Mr. Greeson points out a segment of music to soprano, 
Bonne' Talton. 






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Left to right: J Spates. D Blonding, S. Stoddard. Miss Simms. S. Perdue, S. Tweedy, P. Onley, J. Garner, J. Bridewell, G. McNeal, S. Barnes. M. Wood- 
ward, A Henderson, S. Wilkinson, B. Weiland. 



Numerous social functions are designed and sponsored by the Social Committee. 
These members act as week-end hostesses. 



Student Life 



School officers and chosen Sophomore 
students make up the Orientation Com- 
mittee, which welcomes and provides for 
the new students. 





Left from top to bottom: Mr. Fohl, Phil Kingry, Dr. Walker, Sarah Stoddard. Right from top to bottom: Miss Keen, 
Mr Wallace, Anne McClaughry, Mrs. Strickland. 



Left to right: Lois Renoff, Jacqueline Ditto, Virginia Hodges, Solly 
Ott, Thomos Hodges. 



Student Activities 




The Assembly Committee, consisting of fac- 
ulty and students, provides for guest speakers 
throughout the year. 

The Artist and Lecture Series is a mutal co- 
operation between the school and county. The 
committee sponsored by the Series welcomes the 
performers. 



The Kappa Xi Chapter of Phi 
Thefa Kappa Fraternity is com- 
posed of the upper 10% of the 
academic student body. 

The Student National Education 
Association participates in state 
and nationwide affairs of the 
future teachers. It also aids its 
members in the selection of vari- 
ous fields in education. 




Left to right: Miss Perkins, Oorlene Lyons, Margaret Moffett, Peggy Burdette. 



Cooperate With Faculty 



Seated from left to right: P Lundgren, J. Rockwell, P. Nagel, A. Ferrall, J. Bridewell Standing from left to right: M. Moffett, 0. Lyons, 
B. Johnson, J- Potee, M Ayres, D. Flowers, and Mr. Miles. 





World problems and 
events are discussed in 
sessions of the Current 
Affairs Club. 



Left to right, seated (front row): R. Adams, D. Ooeller, J. Shipp, S. Perdue. Second row: D. Durivage, M. 
Moffetl, B. Muller, V. Vignola. Third row: A. Ferrall, K. Emmons, P. Nagel. Standing: Mr. Yarborough 
and G. Groff. 



Students Learn by Experience 



The students majoring in home economics compose the members of the Home 
Economics Club. They assist with student-faculty teas, and aid needy families of the 
surrounding area. 



Left to right: Joanne Smith, Jeanne Pin 
der, Janet Saint, Sally Ott, Virginia 
Siemer, Linda Dishmon, Betsy Johnson, 
Charlotte Rader. 

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Left to right: M. Mitchell, V. Tibbs, 
M. Dieudonne', A. McClaughry, R. 
Kelly, Mr. Wallace, J. Ditto, S. 
Asmus, M. Pugh, D- Blanding, C 
Ward, K. Emmons. 




Samadra, the dramatics club, sponsors films for the school and puts on several 
programs for the student body. Success of the school plays is due to the participation 
of Samadra members. 



Clubs Create Outlets for Student Interests 



By diligence and effort of the staff, the Point Nevys is published periodically in- 
forming and briefing the student body on school activities and important happenings 
on the campus. 




Seated from left to right: M. Ayres, D. 
Durivage, P. Lundgren, M. Merson, M. 
Pugh, Miss Magaw, M Moffett Stand- 
ing from left to right: P. Nagel, P. 
Onley, K. Emmons, M. Johnson, S. 
Barnes, and G. Groff 

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The living memory of students is the Castellan. Edited by the students themselves, 
it is patronized by the students, parents, faculty and the interests of outlying areas. 



Castellan 



Miss Simms and Darlene Lyons discuss the yearbook cover. 




Advisor Miss Beatrice L Simms 

Editor-in -Chief. Darlene Lyons 

Assistant Editor. Peggy Burdette 

Layout Editors Betty Burrier, Trudy Anderson 

Photography Editor Margaret Motfett 

Sports Editor Margaret Moffett 

Art Editor . , Mary Grace Woodward 

Literary Editors Anne McCiaughry, Susan Braman 

Typing Editors Betty Carey, Pal Boehm 

Business Manager Virginia Tibbs 

Advertising Manager Pat Stellwagon 











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Man if his ascent to 
the path of Knowl- 
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Rollina Adams 
Gertrude Anderson 
Dwight Asmus, Jr. 



Melanie Ayres 
Judith Barber 
Grace Barolet 



Michael Biddle 
Dinah Blanding 
Susan Braman 



Betty Burrier 
Anne Byers 
Jone Byler 



Donna Campbell 

Elizabeth Chantland 

James Cook 




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Man Dieudonne 
Linda Dishmon 
Jocqueline Ditto 



Ellen Dougherty 
Rebecca Dryden 
Ida Durivage 



Karen Emmons 
Patricia Farrell 
Joan Gough 



Bonnie Griffith 
Anna Hagy 
Linda Hall 



Dionajoy Hart 
Merrie Himmelheber 
Thomos Hodges, Jr. 



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Betsie Johnson 
Morjorie Johnson 



Elizabeth Jourdan 

Carol Jump 

Marie Koufman 



Ruth Kelly 

Robmette Kemp 

Judith Killmon 




Virginia Hodges 


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Susan Hoffmeir 


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Pamela Howard 


William Hunter, Jr. 




Amelia Hurley 




Patricia Janz 








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Howard Lamb 
Lorna MacDonald 
Susan Mochen 



Sondra Marsh 
Grace McNeal 
Marie Merson 



Melissa Mitchell 
Sharon Moreau 



Barbara Moller 



Phyllis Nagel 
Alice Newman 
Patricia Onley 



Sally On 
Maria Passarelli 
Susan Phillips 



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Jeanne Pinder 

Joyce Poore 

Joan Potee 



Susan Pritcher 

Charlotte Rader 

Mary Reeves 



Lois Renoff 

Anita Rickard 

Elizabeth Ridgell 



Elizabeth Robinson 

Judith Rockwell 

Jerry Rogers 



Virginia Rohrback 
Virginia Russell 
Patricia Socher 




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Janet Saint 

Mary Catharine Schreiber 

Margaret Schwartze 



Virginia Siemer 



Joanne Smith 



Jay Springer 



Sara Taylor 
Lynn Thurlby 

Gail Tillman 



Louise Turner 
Sharon Tweedy 
Valerie Vignola 



Carol Ward 
Beniamin Weiland 
Winston Wood 



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Mary Grace Woodward 
Margaret Anne Yowaiski 





NOT PICTURED 
John Barber 
Gary Bryant 
Frank Combs 
John Cross 
Barbara Foley 
Michael Gerek 
Grover Hickmon 
Sorah Kirk 
John Morum 
James Norris 
Alfred Possorelli 
Mary Reeves 
Bartlett Reid 
Linda Riley 
George Shilling 
Richard Somazze 
David Stewart 
Helen Travis 
Marilyn Venetta 



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. . . the challenge is met 
in the unify of men . . . 



Right to left: Charlotte Jones, Mar- 
garet Moffeft, Joyce Poore, Libby 
Jourdon. 





Archery 



Charlotte Jones and Margaret Moffett begin a round. 



Archery, a fall sport, is an ac- 
tivity to be enjoyed by all. A 
trophy is awarded to the best 
bowman. 




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Both archery and Softball are played by the river on "Gallows Green." 



Softball 



Softball is the spring intra- 
mural sport. Much enthusiasm 
is shown by inter-class com- 
petition. 



From left to right: Charlotte Jones, Joyce Poore. 
Margaret Moffett, Ann Bean Second row: Helene 
Hogan, Virginia Tibbs, Sandro Perdue, Gail Hurley- 
Third row: Valerie Vignola, Virginia Russell, Eliza- 
beth Jourdan, Jan Volliant Fourth row: Ann Ferroll, 
Dee Wiley, and Miss Stoncil. 




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Seoted. left to right: Goil Hurley. Virginia Russell, Joyce Poore. Charlotte Jones, Susan Phillips. Margaret Moffett. Sharon Moreau Standing left to 
right: Sondra Perdue. Elizabeth Chontlana, Elizabeth Jourdan. Jan Valliant, Sue Pritcher, Sondra Marsh, Dee Wiley. Terry Kaufman. 



Basketball 



The school has an all-star squad 
which is mode up of the outstanding 
players of the girls' intramural teams. 



The boys' Basketball team of Saint 
Mary's consists of the participation 
of both day and night students. The 
team has played in competition with 
other schools in and out of state. 



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Standing: Winston Wood. Bill 
Hagen Kneeling, left to right: 
Mike Biddle, Jim Gorner, Bob 
Bailey, Ben Weilond, Albie Norris. 




Coach Borthelme gives some last minute 
instructions to the team during a time-out 




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left to right : Stu Wilkinson, Sue Machen, Sandra Barnes, Betsie Ruth Johnson, Grace Borolet 



Cheerleaders 




The cheerleaders lend spirit 
to the games and the pep rallies. 
They are chosen by the faculty 
for their ability. 






Last year's cheerleaders get the year off 
with a bong at the first informal picnic. 



Volleyball 



Volleyball is the winter in- 
door sport for the women fac- 
tion of the school. The winning 
team in the intramurals con- 
cludes its season by playing 
the faculty team. 



Field Hockey 



Hockey is the fall sport that is 
played intramurally at Saint 
Mary's. The all-star Team partici- 
pates in active competition. 




Center Jan Valliont. Left to right: Sondra Marsh, Terry Kaufman, Betty Burner, Sue Phillips, 
Jane Byler, Charlotte Jones, Joyce Poore, Sue Machen, Margaret Moffett, Gail Hurley, Sue 
Pritcher 



Kneelinq left to right- Dee Wiley Sue Phillips, Charlotte Jones. Jan Valliant, Joyce Poore, Margaret Moffett. Standing, left to right: 
Miss Standi, Pat Onley. Valerie Vignola, Terry Kaufman, Gail Hurley, Ann Ferrall, Sarah Stoddard, Lisa Chantland, Sandra Perdue, 
Ann Bean, Helene Hogan. 











Kneeling, left to right: Sue Mochen. Charlotte Jones, Jone Byler 
Sue Phillips. Standing, left to right: Jackie Ditto, libby Jourdan 
Dee Wiley, Sharon Tweedy, Terry Kaufman, Lisa Chantland' 
Jan Valliont 






Tennis 



Tennis is an active sport for 
the entire student body as well 
as the faculty. Tennis is played 
intromurally as well as competi- 
tively with other colleges. 



Kneeling: Mac Harlow, Jim Cook. Stand 
Thomas Hodges, Bill Hagen 



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ROBERT BAILEY 
"The blessing of earth is toil." -van Dyke 
"Bob" . . . notoriously wary of females 
athletically adept . . self-conscious . . . silent 
observer. 



SANDRA BARNES 
"Men exist for mutual service." -Aure/ius 
"Sandy" . . quiet and unobtrusive . . . inner 
self-reliance . . unassuming, yet responsible 
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ANN BEAN 

"Hail to thee, blithe spirit." -Shelley 

"Ann" . . . varsity vigor . . . guileless probity 

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PATRICIA BOEHM 
"There is no physician like a cheerful thought." 

— tone 
"Pat" . . . impeccable appearance . . . amiable 
. . demure and delicate . . . meticulous and 
systematic . . . tacit but attentive. 





PATRICIA BRANDT 
"Silence is one great art of conversation." 

-Hazlitt 

"Pat" . . . tranquil . . . deliberate forethought 
. . . the dulcet strains embodied in patience . . . 
refined and gentle. 



JACQUELINE BRIDEWELL 
"If you get simple beauty and naught else, you 
get about the best thing God invents." 

— Browning 

"Jackie" . . . "be in the world, but not of it" 
. . . lofty values . . . relinquishes time for service 
. . . tolerant sincerity . . . patience untold. 




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FRANCES BRUBACHER 
"Happiness is a woman." —Nietzsche 
"Frances" . . . conscientious concern for others 
- - . "well done good and faithful servant" . . . 
epitome of neatness . . . skill and precision. 



PEGGY BURDETTE 
"Knowledge is the first principle and the foun- 
tain of the writing well." — Horace 
"Peggy" . . . excitable . . . recipient of knowl- 
edge . . . vitality of mind and body . . . varie- 
gated interests . . . loquacious. 






"I will it, I so order, let my will stand for a rea- 
son." —Juvenal 

"Betty" . . . self-perpetuation . . . ardent atten- 
tion to the mundane . . the magnetism of the 
ocean . . . diligence personified. 



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DONNA DOELLER 

"I shall find a way or I shall make one." — Scoff 
"Donnie" . . . histronic . . . flexibility of tempera- 
ment . . . blends well with all . . . sporadic 
tendencies . . . aware of trends of time. 





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VERNON DORSEY 
"And let your best be for your friend." 

— Gibron 
"Butch" . . . Satan's darling . . . the fervent 
friend . . . jocular . . . wine, women and song. 



SALLY HEATH FAHNESTOCK 
"Variety's the very spice of life." -Cowper 
"Sally" . . . unusual mixture of icing and cake 
. . . sensitivity to the Animal Kingdom . . . cul- 
tural interests . . . southern Maryland aristoc- 
racy. 



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CHERIE FARLOW 
"Where more is meant than meets the ear." 

— Milton 

"Cherie" - . . versatility of the seasons . . . 
sarcasm becomes her . . . motivated interests 
. . . poise and inherent beauty. 






FRANCIS ANN FERRALL 
"Truth is a divine word. Duty is divine law." 

— Macintosh 

"Annie" . . . fervent and compassionate . . . 
stolid and understanding . . . silent endurance 
of a true woman ... a patient leader. 




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DOROTHY FLOWERS 

"True as the needle to the pole, or as the dial 
to the sun." — Booth 

"Dottie" . . . reserved judgment . . . miniature 
silhouette . . . whole-hearted gestures . . . 
limited horizons. 




JAMES GARNER 
"Wit and wisdom are born in a man." — Selden 
"Jim" . . . mathematical giant ... the art of 
subtlety . . . co-ordination on the court ... no 
sense of time. 




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GEORGEANNEGROFF 
"Calamity is man's true touchstone." 

— Beaumont 

"Georgeanne" . : . raging Rumplestiltskin . . . 
retains the rays of youth . . . dogged faithful- 
ness . . . benevolent. 



WILLIAM HAGEN 
"In all, let Nature never be forgot." - Pope 
"Bill" ... the fraternal instinct . . . sports are 
his forte ... a dedicated biologist . . . collegiate 
. . . Yuletide royalty. 






MAC HARLOW 
"The prince of darkness is a gentleman." 

— Suckling 

"Mac" . . . enigma to most . . . aesthetic . . . 
the pensive seeker . . . appreciation of jade. 




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BEVERLY HAINES 
"The star of the unconquered will." 

— Longfellow 

"Beverly" . . . patient endurance . . . stately 
composure . . . silent knowledge . . . sincere . . . 
the cup of human kindness. 





ANNE HENDERSON 

"This is life." —Kahlil Gibran 

"Anne" . . caustic humor . . . definite perspec- 
tives toward life . . . serious pursual of pleas- 
sure . . . perpetual curiosity. 



CHARLOTTE JONES 
"The great end of life is not knowledge but 

action." —Huxley 

"Jones" . . soft spoken and amiable . . . leisure 
is spent in sports . . . infectious laughter . . . 
marked deference. 




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PHILIP KINGRY 
"My mind to' me a kingdom is." —Dyer 
"Phil" ... a sail against the wind . . . born 
2000 years too late . . . "silence, therefore, 
and modesty are very advantageous qualities 
in conversation" . . . mental pilgrim. 



PATRICIA LUNDGREN 
"Hitch your wagon to a Star." —Emerson 
"Pat" . . . facetious response to the immediate 
. . . aspiring ideals . . . candor with virtue . . . 
assiduous and perservering. 





OARLENE LYONS 
"Good nature and good sense must ever join; 
To err is human: to forgive, divine." -Pope 
"Darlene" ... the stream of humility runs 
deep . . . laborious . . . image of gentility . . . 
endowed with faith. 



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ANNE McCLAUGHRY 

"God's rarest gift, after all, is a good woman." 

- Meridilh 

"Annie Mac" . . . simplicity among the pro- 
found . . . bursts forth with the unexpected . . . 
"to thine own self be true" . . . adaptability. 



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MARGARET MARY MOFFETT 
"Truth speak to me." —Webster 
"Maggie" ... the height of domesticity . 
exercises mind and body . . country style 
industrious and enthusiastic. 





GAIL McELVAIN 
"Then sing ye birds, sing, sing a joyous song." 

— Wordsworth 

"Gail" . . measure of her mind is the width of 
her convictions . . . frank in speech . . . adroit 
. . . reserved in manner. 




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ALBERT NORRIS 
"Men of few words are the best men." 

— Shakespeare 
"Albie" . . . tower of sociability . . . swift afoot, 
strength of hand . . . Ail-American . . . respected. 




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SANDRA PERDUE 
"A few strong instincts, and a few plain truths." 

— Wordsworth 

"Sandy" . . . priceless comments . . . emphasis 
on the peculiar . . . vibrant mind and subdued 
movements . . . occasional impulse. 



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PATRICIA PERKETT 
"And I must think, do all I can." — Wordsworth 
"Pat" . . . equestrienne . . . diversified nature 
. . . tones of superiority . . . bouyant. 



MERLE PUGH 
"Work is love made visible." — Gibran 
"Pug" . . . knack and creativeness combined 
. . . cryptic compatability . . . turbulent moods 
. . . spontaneous. 




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DOUGLAS RICHEY 

"Men of wit and parts should treat one another 
with benovolence." -Steele 
"Doug" . . . organization and leadership are 
evident . . . agrarian element . . . benevolent to 
human frailties . . . philandering heart. 



JUDITH SHIPP 
"The two noblest things which are sweetness 
and light. —Swih 

"Judy" ... her eyes mirror her soul . . . Yule- 
tide royalty . . . reflects moods . . . girlish glee. 





JANET SPATES 
"As there is wrong to right." —Austin 

"Spates" . . . carries herself in a reserved 
fashion . . . instigates mischievous antics . . . 
a core of intention, bordered by impulse . . . 
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PATRICIA STELLWAGON 
"They that govern the most make the least 

noise." — Se/den 

"Fluff" . . . unique physique . . . critical con- 
science . . . "Rapunzel, Rapunzel, let down thy 
hair" . . . leaves them laughing . . . capable gov- 
erning quality. 





SARAH STODDARD 
"Wisdom of many, the wit of one." — Russe/i 
"Sarah" . . . high fashion with sophistication 
. . . awareness of the arts . . . black and white 
intermingled with shades of gray . . . person- 
able and affectionate. 




BONNE' TALTON 
"There is no truer truth obtainable by man 

than Comes of music." —Browning 

"Bonne"' . . . genuine sweetness ... dry wit .. . 
a wealth of seraphic sound . . . flirtatious . . . 
could introduce a pauper to riches. 



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VIRGINIA TIBBS 
"Until it is settled right." — Wilcox 
"Virginia" . . . organized and business-like . . . 
voice heard in shining arias . . . dramatic ac- 
tress with an iron hand . . . raucous laughter. 




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JAN VALLIANT 
"One to like thee: tameless, and swift, and 
proud." -She//ey 

"Jan" . . . violence of a thoroughbred . . . strik- 
ing .. . concret criticisms . . . realistic, yet 
spirited . . . hedonistic approach. 





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SARAH WALKER 
"Of a good beginning cometh a good end." 

— He/wood 
"Sally" ... in and out of a social labyrinth . . . 
staunch defender of her own beliefs ... ex- 
tended conversations . . . peremptory comment 
on her convictions. 



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JOANNE WEAVER 
"Do what thou wilt." -Rabelais 

"Jo" . . . New York twang ... a place for every- 
thing, and everything in its place . . affable . . . 
flair for delicacy . . . diligent application. 






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DELEETHA WILEY 
"Great is truth, and mighty above all things." 

-EsdraslV 

"Dee" . critical eye . . . "The Resurrection of 
the Quick and the Dead" . . . perfectionist 
avid sportsman . . . realistic insight. 



ELIZABETH STUART WILKINSON 
"Art is not indeed the bread but the wine of 
of life." — Sorree 

"Stu" ... a votary of Wyeth . . . creative ideas 
while you wait . . . wholehearted contribution 
. . . "power behind the throne" . . . the grace of 
the willow. 




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ELIZABETH WILLIAMS 
"Self-trust is the first secret of success." 

— Emerson 

"Betsy" . . . altruistic and sincere . . . faithful 
execution of duties . . . basis of idealism, display 
of practicality . . . portrait of a sentimental 
heart. 




M 

E 

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I 

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S 



.... the remembrance 
of blended Spirits will, 
with the passing of 
Time, overshadow 

melancholy .... 



And with pleasure Man may traverse from the 
World of Becoming into the World of Being. 








The price of the unossuming- 






"The world is too much with you, Sem- 
Fems." 



In the triol of Life 
patient endurance is Man's mainstay. 




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Surfside Eight 



"Freedom of Conscience" 



$Ne&t 



"Pilgrim's Progress" 



The genuine sociol grace of Man is as a Rainbow 
in the sky. 



"Power of Positive Thinking' 



how catty 



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The task of student registration is en- 
trusted to the care of faculty members. 
They advise the student in selecting a 
curriculum beneficial to his ability 
and interest. 



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the Johnson penance. 






Artillery Club 



"Tea ond Sympathy" 



A multitude of experience gives 
to man knowledge ond insight. 




Last fall Governor and Mrs. Tawes of Marylond were guests 
of St. Mary's Seminary Junior College. 




I come, I saw, I slept. 






"Dream Children: A 
Reverie." 



"There was an Ancient 
Mariner ..." 



the first settlement. 



"Follow the yellow brick road 



a place of solitude. 



la nieve silenao 



Expressive silence lends to humble 
% grandeur. 



It'',., v, %, 



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Miss Ann Ferrall 
Moy Queen 




Miss Sarah Stoddard 
Sophomore Princess 




May Court 



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Miss Ruth Kelly 
Freshman Princess 





Miss Stuart Wilkinson 
Sophomore Princess 



Miss Terry Kaufman 
Freshman Princess 



Miss Suson Pritcher 
Freshman Princess 



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May Day 



May Day, a tradition of the Seminary, is the granting of 
the opportunity to recognize the students of the school. 
Entertainment for the May Queen and her court is provided 
by the student body. The May Day celebration is held for- 
ever within the memory of the students. 




Miss Mananna Dickey and Master Billy Oonhiser escort her maiesty to her throne- 




Miss Joanne Weaver 
Shenandoah Apple Blossom Princess 



Admiral Ramsey crowns the May Queen 




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The Trompoline Act 





Drill Team 



Tumblers 




Folk Dancers 



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May Prom 



Modern Dance 




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A 
D 

V 

E 

R 

T 

I 

S 

E 

M 

E 

N 

T 

S 



that contribution of Man 
enriches the Soul . . 



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/on/ce 

Telephone: GR 5-3191 

Specialty Shop for Ladies Apparel 
Leonardtown, Maryland 



McKAY IMPLEMENT 
AND TRUCK COMPANY 

Farm Equipment • Industrial Equipment 
International Motor Trucks 

Leonardtown, Maryland 
GR 5-9190 



BEN FRANKLIN STORE 



J. Abe// Longmore 



Leonardtown, Maryland 



BLAIR'S 

Jewelry — Silver — China 
Studio Cards 

Lexington Park and Leonardtown, Maryland 

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Phone GReenwood 5-9433 

JOSEPH P. HEARD 
NORTH END ESSO 

Leonardtown, Maryland 

Esso Gas and Oil 

Atlas Tires, Batteries and Accessories 

Happy Motoring Starts at Our Esso Sign 




Study or play? 



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LEONARDTOWN BUILDING 
& SUPPLY COMPANY 

"All in the way of Building Materials, 
Hardware and Paints." 

Fenwick St. & Lawrence Avenue 
GReenwood 5-9200 



Telephone GReenwood 5-6241 

FARM SUPPLY CO. 

Feed — Seed — Fertilizer — Hardware 
Farm Supplies and Paints 

Leonardtown, Maryland 



SPARLING'S 



Leonardtown s Finest Department Store 



Leonardtown, Maryland 



Leonardtown Motel 

Leonardtown, Maryland 

Free Television Air Conditioned 

Tub and Shower 

Phone: GReenwood 5-9135 

If no answer call 5-5071 



DRINK 




■ 10 UL PAT, OCA 



Sign of Good Taste 



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After all, George 



SPICER'S 
LEONARDTOWN WHARF 

On Beautiful Breton Bay 

GReenwood 5-5121 
Route 5 Leonardtown, Maryland 



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LEONARDTOWN 
FASHION CENTER 

Fashions for Women — Girls — and Teens 

Box 183, Leonardtown, Maryland 

GReenwood 5-9726 



Hewitt Lumber and Supply 



Calloway and Lexington Park, Maryland 



Park T.V. & Record Shop 

SALES & SERVICE 
Co/or T.V. Headquarters 

26728 Shangrila Dr. VO 2-8411 

Lexington Park, Maryland 





Closeup 



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7 Ml MrMtJi: < or 

/ COWARD CALVERT 

i KNf.il; f'l MAI: i'l- MID 
ll,l' MONUMENT 
I;: ( In i.l I ii 

'J TATE DC MARYLAND. 



Compliments of 

PATUXENT 
RECREATION CENTER 

Lexington Park, Maryland 



Dyson's Service Station 

Phone: Great Mills 224 

GAS • OIL • TIRES • TUBES 
LUBRICATION ACCESSORIES 

Great Mills, Maryland 



"F lowers for Every Occasion" 

BOWLES FLORIST 

GReenwood 5-2161 
Leonardtown, Maryland 



Compliments of 



BILL'S AMOCO STATION 



Lexington Park, Maryland 



FOOD LINER - IGA 

GReenwood 5-5201 

MEATS — GROCERIES — FRUITS 
VEGETABLES — FROZEN FOODS 

Leonardtown, Maryland 



Bell Motor Company 

Chevrolet — Buick — Opel — Oldsmobile 
Sales • Service 

Leonardtown, Maryland 



THE HUB 



Southern Mar/land's Leading Department Store 



Lexington Park, Maryland 



James Waring and Son 



Insurance and Real Estate 



Hungry, 
girls??? 




Compliments of 

LEXINGTON PARK 
VARIETY STORE 

VO. 3-3737 
Lexington Park, Maryland 



JOY SHOP 

"Tots to Teens" 
Lexington Park, Maryland 



Child Wear 



Yard Goods 



Adams Appliance Shop 

Hollywood, Maryland 

APPLIANCES — TELEVISION 
Sales & Service 

Telephone: FRonklin 3-2553 71 



WILLIAM CHAPMAN 



WESTERN AUTO 



Lexington Park, Maryland 



COOK & MEREDITH 
MARINE SALES 

Mercury Outboards 
Crosby-Larson & MFG Boats 

Route 1, Box 66 VOIunfcer 2-0411 

Lexington Park, Maryland 



Compliments of 



Lexington Park Hotel 



LEXINGTON PARK, MARYLAND 



VOLUNTEER 2-1666 



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PARK PONTIAC, INC. 

John W. Cheseldine — President 

Great Mills Road 

Lexington Park, Maryland 

Bus. Phone Volunteer 2-4311 



Yes, Miss 
Russell . . . 




Electronics Service Co. 

714 Great Mills Road 
Lexington Park, Maryland 

Complete TV & Appliance Service 
Volunteer 3-3291 & Volunteer 3-6341 



PARK PHARMACY 

YOUR REXALL STORE 

"Through these portals pass 
the prettiest girls in the world. 

Lexington Park, Maryland 



Compliments of 
J. T. DAUGHERTY'S 

ANCHOR VAN LINES 



Compliments of 

PARK MEN'S SHOP 

A few doors from the Plaza Theatre 
Lexington Park, Maryland 




Something 
funny, Ann??? 



BAILEY'S RESTAURANT 

Opposite Leonardtown Motel 

HOURS 6:00 A.M. - 1 2:00 P.M. 

Phone: GR 5-9429 



CITIZENS BANK 
of ST. MARY'S 



ST. MARYS COUNTY'S 



ONLY DRIVE-IN BANKING 



LEXINGTON PARK, MARYLAND 



VOLUNTEER 3-5631 



KAY CEE DRUGS 

OPPOSITE SAFEWAY 

A Complete Drug Store — Prescriptions 

VOIunteer 2-1877 
Lexington Park, Maryland 



Busy 
as bees! 





ST. MARY'S PHARMACY 



YOUR REXALL STORE 



Leonardtown, Maryland 



CENTER GARDENS 

MANAGEMENT 

COMPANY 

APARTMENTS 

Furnished and Unfurnished 

VOLUNTEER 2-2722 
LEXINGTON PARK, MARYLAND 

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Compliments of 



THRIFT OIL COMPANY 



Leonardtown, Maryland 



Thawing 
already??? 




E and M FLORIST 



Leonardtown, Maryland 



GReenwood 5-9182 



Dean's Sunoco Service 

Pick-up & Delivery 
Brake Service — Tires — Accessories 

Hollywood, Maryland 
Phone: FR 3-2231 



SUMMERSEAT VILLAGE 

Gilbert Dorsey . . . Developer & Builder 

Mechanicsville, Maryland 
TU 4-3563 



MECHANICSVILLE 
BUILDING SUPPLY, INC. 

Lumber & Building Supplies — Hardware 

Mechanicsville/ Maryland 
TUlip 4-3111 




Right 



J. A. CECIL 

General Merchandise 

Great Mills, Maryland 
Phone: Great Mills 2W 



Southern Maryland's Leading Weekly 
Over 6000 Circulation 

THE ENTERPRISE 

FOR QUALTY JOB PRINTING 

VO 2-1011 

330 GREAT MILLS ROAD 

LEXINGTON PARK, MARYLAND 



Compliments of 



Donald E. Garner Co. 



Great Mills, Maryland 



Hanging 

up 

youT 

stockings, 

girls??? 




Bee's Auto Supply, Inc. 



The Best Source For Qualify and Service 



Automotive Parts — Supplies and Equipment 



JW 5 ? 





DUFF'S DRIVE-IN 



SUNDAES — MALTS — CONES —SHAKES 



Lexington Park, Maryland 



TEMPLE OF BEAUTY 

HAIR STYLIST 

204 Great Mills Road 
VO 3-4422 

Lexington Park, Maryland 

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DEAN LUMBER 
& SUPPLY COMPANY, INC. 



General Building Materials 



Hollywood, Maryland 



Mattingly Funeral Home 



Leonardtown, Maryland 



GReenwood 5-6201 





L ".**.! 


"You 


fefv pAt *m 


saying, 

Bill . . ." 


Bk^i>1 H^'^Snii W'M 


P— • W' 


ifll 


Compliments of 


DART DRUG STORE 1 



Compliments of 



Smiths Hollywood Nursery 



Hollywood, Maryland 



TRI-COUNTY FEDERAL 
Savings & Loan Association 



Waldorf, Maryland 
Midway 5-3421 

4 % Dividends Quarterly 




Loafing 

on 

the 

job, 

hey 
boys??' 



McGUIRE & ROLFE, INC. 

Lexington Park, Maryland 

Road Paving — Road Building Contractors 
Phone: VO 2-4261 



The Deitz Shoe Company 

Lexington Park, Maryland 



Shoes of Quality For the Entire Family 



VOIunteer 2-5171 



Better 

luck 

next 

time 

team!!! 






Lexington Park Pharmacy 

Two Doors from A & P 

PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS 

VOIunteer 3-3481 



Compliments of 



Springer's Esso Service 



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COMPLIMENTS OF 



STEWART PETROLEUM COMPANY 



PINEY POINT, MARYLAND 



FRIENDLY CAB CO. 



— RADIO DISPATCHED — 



Reliable 24-hour Service 



VO 3-8141, 3-8142, 3-8143 



LEXINGTON PARK, MARYLAND 



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BILL RALEY'S 

SALES CENTER, INC. 

Appliances — Television Sales & Service 

Lexington Park • Leonardtown • Waldorf 
Maryland 



Religion is for all time. 




Compliments of 
Baltimore Chapter 

St. Mary's Seminary 

Junior College 
Alumnae Association 



V and H BAKERY 



Lexington Park - Leonardtown 



Maryland 



JEAN'S SPORTSWEAR, INC. 



Leonardtown, Maryland 



St. Mary's County's First Industry 



Manufacturers of INFANT WEAR 



JOHN R. DRURY & SON 



INSURANCE and REAL ESTATE 



Leonardtown, Maryland 



Phone: GReenwood 5-9114 



Compliments of 



ALBERT F. GOETZE, INC. 



Baltimore, Maryland 



Compliments of 



THE STYLE CENTER 



Lexington Park, Maryland 



Compliments of 



Burch Oil Company, Inc. 



GULF OIL PRODUCTS 



Hollywood, Maryland 



DEAN and BEAVERS 

GENERAL CONTRACTORS 
Equipment Rental 

FRanklin 3-2121 

7 
Hollywood, Maryland 



Compliments of 



THE 



FIRST NATIONAL BANK 
DF ST. MARY'S 



LEONARDTOWN, MARYLAND 



GREENWOOD 5 2511 



THE ROOST 




Lexington Park, Maryland 



Compliments of 



PATUXENT MOTORS 



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Compliments of 



DR. E. A. DOBRY 



Compliments of 



Baltimore Alumnae Chapter 



Please 



don't 



shoot! 




J. Frank Raley Company 

INSURANCE ... ALL FORMS 

VOIunteer 2-3373 

Lexington Park, Maryland 



Compliments of 

PARK JEWELERS 

89 Coral Place 
Lexington Park, Maryland 

Lauchlin A. Kelly Evelyn F. Kelly 

Phone: VO. 2-3121 




Winter 
Beauty 



Park Paint and Hardware 

BEAN and COYNE 

Hardware — Paints — Houseware 
Sporting Goods 



9 Coral Place, N. 



Phone: VO. 2-1961 



"SHOES GOT THE BLUES?" 

CONNOR SHOE REPAIR 

136 Three Notch Road 
Lexington Park, Maryland 



Phone: FRranklin 3-2266 

Wood's ESSO Service 

Levi Dean, prietor 

1-DAY TIRE RECAPPING SERVICE 

Hollywood, Maryland 



Sixes FORD Eights 

FENWICK MOTOR CO. 

Sales - Service 

Leonardtown, Maryland 
Phone: GR. 5-4141 or 5181 



Kirby's Glass Service Co. 

ALL TYPES OF GLASS AND GLASS WORK 

J. Calvin Kirby, Jr. 

P.O. Box 116 

Phone: VO. 3-8118 

Lexington Park, Maryland 



Compliments of 

Roger H. Dean & Sons 

GENERAL CONTRACTORS 

Hollywood, Maryland 
FR. 3-2111 



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Compliments of 

TAYLOR GAS COMPANY 

Gas and Electrical Appliances 
Bottle Gas Distributor 

Lexington Park, Maryland 
Phone: VO. 3-4091 - GM. 149J 




"Is your head cold, Lois?' 



Phone: GR. 5-4171 

TOWN CLEANERS 

Leonardtown, Maryland 

DRY CLEANING and PRESSING 
SHIRT SERVICE 
ALTERATIONS 



CALL . . . 

St. Mary's Ice & Fuel, Inc. 

For Complete "Watchdog" Oil Heat Service Plan 

Now Serving 
82 Charles & St. Mary's Counties 



Compliments of 



THE TACKLE BOX 



Puffenbarger's TV Appliance 

Complete Line of 
FURNITURE - RECORDS - NEEDLES - PLAYERS 

Guarantee Service 
Great Mills Road 



Lexington Park Dry Cleaners 

for 

Prompt Pick-up and Delivery Service 

Call: Great Mills 220 

COMPLETE LAUNDRY SERVICE 

We Operate a Licensed Sta-Nu Plant 
Lexington Park, Maryland 



Compliments of 



Meadow Gold Ice Cream 



PATRONS 



Mrs. Minna Irby 

Mr. and Mrs. B. I. Smith 

Senator George L. Radcliffe 

Mr. and Mrs. Felix Boone 

Mr. and Mrs. William Aleck Loker 

Vice Admiral and Mrs. Felix Johnson, U.S.N. Ret. 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward Early 

Mr. Kent R. Mullikin 

Mr. R. Bascom Broun, Jr. 

Dr. and Mrs. Blaine H. Eig, M.D. 

Park Jewelers 

Johnson & Gulf Service 

Clark's Service Station 

Key's Sinclair 

Richard's Body Shop 

Coppage Implement Co. 

Piney Point Variety 

Elliot Shoe Center 

Leonardtown Laundry 

Paul M. Hampton's Service Station 

Ernest L. Stone and Son 

Dyson Lumber Company 

Spinning Wheel Restaurant 

Leonardtown Dairy 

Mr. and Mrs. Ernest M. Stellwagon 

Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Henderson 

Mr. and Mrs. A. S Boehm 

Mr. and Mrs. Norman E. Shipley 

Mrs. Ethel G. Poore 

Mr. and Mrs. Leo Hurley 

Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Passarelli 

Mr. and Mrs. Alexander T. Schreiber 

Cdr. and Mrs. D. F. Asmus 

Mr. Leo E. Hall 

Dr. and Mrs. H. G. Ott 

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Farlow 

Mr. and Mrs. Francis W. Pinder 

Mr. Francis I. Ferrall 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Russell 

Mr. and Mrs. Stoll D. Kemp 



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PATRONS 



Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Himmelheber 

Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Talton 

Mr. and Mrs. H. Russell Jones 

Mrs. Alda H. Shipp 

Mr. and Mrs. J. Valliant 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Taylor 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul V. Renoff 

Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Flowers 

Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Braman 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Nagel 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Burrier 

Mrs. J. K. Johnson 

Mr. and Mrs. George E. Johnson 

Mr. and Mrs. Howard P. Janz 

Mr. and Mrs. John E. Williams 

Mr. and Mrs. Lewis C. Lyons 

Mr. and Mrs. Samuel G. Barnes 

Lt. Col. and Mrs. Milton B. Rockwell 

Mr. and Mrs. Harvey C. Griffith, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Hart 

Mr and Mrs. Worley Tibbs 

Mr. and Mrs. Donald Saint 

Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Pritcher 

Mr. and Mrs. John M. Hodges 

Mr. and Mrs. Lee Watkins 

Mr. and Mrs. Edwin S. Newman 

Mr. and Mrs. Sherman A. Chantland 

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Hodges 

Mr. and Mrs. Franklin P. Perdue 

Mrs. Marcia S. Stoddard 

Mr. and Mrs. Harvey C. Machen 

Mrs. Amelia C. Richey 

Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Dieudonne' 

Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Crandall 

Mr. and Mrs. Carl P. Ward 

Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Yowaiski 

Mr. and Mrs. Harold M. Jump 

Mr. and Mrs. John Willis Schwartze 

Mr. and Mrs. John R. Spates 

Rear Admiral and Mrs. John G. McClaughry, U.S.N. Ret. 

Mr. and Mrs. Albert Turner 



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. . . thus the ages encompass the old and 
the new, making all Time one Time . . . 







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