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nineteen hundred and sixty three 
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we remember that dormant 

seed 
that grew through will 

up to the earth 
and burst forth into 

the green young stem, 
it yearned for growth and knowledge 

both of them, 
then onward to bud maturing 

even more 
until at last it grasped what it 

had worked for 
so the pod disperses into 

its life 
of joyous awakening, 

freedom and strife . . . 



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". . . and gladly wolde he lerne, and 
gladly teche" 

the blushing southern 

gentleman . . . 
handsome in stature 
courteous in manner . . . 
forever radiates the goodness 
of his heart . . . 
guileless humor . . . 
"he was a verray parfit, gentil 
knyght . . ." 

wisdom in teaching . . . 
patience in approach . . . 
makes of the past a stage for the 
present . . . 

conveys his clear vision of 
history . . . 
the compound role: 

counselor and educator . . . 
it is with gratitude and esteem 
that the class of 1962-63 dedi- 
cates this yearbook to mr. kemp 
yarborough a man who has 
proven his dedication . . . 



mr. kemp yarborough 








miss may russell 
president 



to the graduates of 1963 



the goal of education in america is that of civilizing in a profound 
sense its entire adult population ... to achieve this end the develop- 
ment of the intellect of men and women like yourselves is essential . . . 
no single thing is needed more in our country, today and tomorrow, 
than the disciplined, trained and creative mind in action . . . with your 
native ability and the habit of individual inquiry, you are potential 
leaders in our nation . . . god grant that you will continue to use them 
well and thereby give to the world the leadership of which you are 
capable . . . 




a pod now at fullest 

maturity 
its time has come to 

be the master 
ruler of its fate, to 

guide its way through life 
teaching its young ones 

the how and why 
full of maturity, knowledge and 

love 
understanding what has past 

it leads on . . . 



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in the years to come . . . i trust that these memories, 
which were so much a part of your life, may shed some 
light on the success you have achieved and the goals 
you have reached . . . 

my very best wishes to you all . . . 

I. beatrice simms 




miss beatrice simms 
dean of students 





mrs. lois donhiser 
registrar 



mr. george a. kammerer, jr. 

director of admissions 





mr. leon t. buker 

modern languages 





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mrs. minna irby 
business 





miss barbara magaw 

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dr. carl walker 
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mr. lewis miles 


mr. kemp yarborough 


social science 


social science 


mr. william hess 


mr. howard kratz 


science (biological) 


mathematics 






miss charlotte oslund 

home economics 




mrs. norma strictland 
art 

miss sandra e. stancil 

physical education 





mr. brantly greeson 





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mr. mark Wallace 

speech and dramatics 











miss margaret keen 

librarian 




mrs. winifred leopard 

library assistant 



miss ethel chance 
nurse 



mrs. louise cowan 
dietitian 



mr. samuel w. pursell 

business manager 



mrs. dorothy kidd 
assistant to business manager 



mrs. elizabeth s. leroy 
receptionist 







mrs. mary Salisbury 
public relations 





mrs. ruby lee 

canteen 





miss anna a. sandner 
secretary to president 




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mrs. anna mary urbanski 
receptionist 



mrs. ellen thurlby 

secretary to director of admissions 



mrs. mabel treadwell 

housemother 



mrs. aleathea redmond 

secretary to registrar 








mr. redmond 



mr. wood 



mr. milburn 




(I to r) e. hall, f boll, I hewlett, j. cutumber, b ball, b barnes, p greenwell, r butler, f. Carroll, I fenwick, e. mason. 



the diligent efforts of the maintenance staff 
of the st. mary's junior college to make our 
campus more beautiful, our dormitory a better 
place in which to live, and our classroom build- 
ing and other buildings brighter, do not go un- 
noticed by the students ... to these people, 
whose services are invaluable to the school and 
whose friendship is invaluable to us, we express 
our appreciation . . . 




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the grand awakening,- renewed 

birth 
making its first steps up to 

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a tender stem, so young 

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desire that birth the bud 

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and there it is upon the 

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soaking in the knowledge 

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(I to r) 2nd row: j. slode, f combs, s tweedy, h. lamb 1 st row: e. reeves, I. jourdon, a lloyd, a schauber. 



honor court 




since all of the students at st. mary's 
junior college must learn to live and work 
by an honor code, it is important to have 
intelligent leaders to interpret and enforce 
this code . . . honor court, a vital organiza- 
tion at st. mary's, serves this purpose . . . 
advised by miss russell, and headed by 
its president, sharon tweedy, honor court 
is made up of select men and women from 
the student body . . . they try all cases con- 
cerning honor offenses in the school . . . 
the honor court makes a major contribu- 
tion to the promotion of integrity and good 
citizenship at st. mary's . . . 




(I to r) 2nd row: s. fauntleroy, k. bishop, p. farrell, s. tweedy, m. I. coutney, k mckenno, d. towers, miss simms. 
1st row: v. russell, g. anderson, s. machen, g. mcneol. 



the student government associations permit the 
students of st. mary's to exercise the privileges of 
democratic living . . . these associations are compiled 
of a select group of students who guide their class- 
mates in better citizenship . . . 



student government 



(I to r) w. wood, f. combs, j. cook, b. weilond 





(I to r) j. potee, I. dishmon, h trayis, |. poore. 



campus counci 




phi theta kappa 



students whose scholastic averages and 
citizenship have proved outstanding throughout 
the year are asked to join the kappa xi chapter 
of phi theta kappa fraternity ... the aim of phi 
theta kappa is to promote higher academic 
goals at st. mary's junior college . . . 



the campus council was organized for the 
betterment of both faculty and student ... it 
is designed to adhere to the needs and desires 
of all those involved in life at st. mary's . . . 
the council limits the gap between the faculty 
and the students and helps to widen the policy 
of good will among all . . . 



1st row: k. emmons, s machen, j. poore, g borolet, s tweedy 2nd row; g. hurley, 
v. russell, I. dishmon, s. pritcher, v. hodges. 3rd row: mrs. donhiser, miss simms, 
b. weiland, j cook. 4th row: m. Johnson, g, mcneal, w wood, f. combs. 5th row: 
mr, yarborough.mr. greeson.h. lamb, a. longmore, mr kommerer. 



orientation committee 



the orientation committee was devised to orient 
the new freshmen into the traditions of St. mary's 
junior college ... its purpose is to promote friendship 
and the feeling of being a part of our college to the new 
freshmen . . . 



the social committee designs and sponsors various 
activities of the students throughout the year . . . 
the members also act as hostesses for the social 
functions of the school and at the student-faculty 
coffee hours . . . 



social committee 




(I to r) 4th row: s pritcher, g. hurley, j. poore. 3rd row: g. 
anderson, v hodges, s. machen. 2nd row: miss simms, p. 
farrell 1 st row: I. lourdon, v russell 



(I to r) s trembley, p. onley, n. harkness, c. homes, c. jump, b patrick, j- slade, m. biddle, miss simms, m. berkey, m. dubois, r. kemp, s. pritcher 



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(I to r) 4th row: j. scudder, r. sundstrom, m. Johnson, j. larson, c. piel, p. nagel, s. jenkms, g. 
mcneal. 3rd row: m. walsh, n. horkness, s. fauntleroy, n. osteen, j. leach, s. nield, j. buchonon. 
2nd row: m. courtney, p. farrell, j. killmon, d- towers, n edelen, r. kennedy, p. onley, s. crum- 
pocker. 1st row: s. trembley, w. dewees, b. Johnson, j schauber, I. riley, mr greeson, director. 



choir 



the st. mary's junior college choir, under the direc- 
tion of mr. brantly greeson, is composed of women from 
the student body, who are selected for their ability 
and interest in singing . . . each spring the choir goes 



on a tour, singing at various schools throughout the 
state . . . special concerts are given at Christmas and 
easter, and the choir often sings locally for various 
clubs and organizations . . . 









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the drama department 



the drama department of st. mary's produces two 
shows a year ... the fall selection of 1962 was "a 
thurber carnival . . ." the company toured the play to 
other schools in maryland and hopes to do the same 
with future productions . . . this policy will stimulate 
more interest in college theatre throughout the state . . . 



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the artist and lecture series is a com- 
bined effort of the county and the college 
to bring cultural entertainment to the county 
... the committee, advised by miss chance, 
makes arrangements for the performances 
and welcomes them to the campus . . . 



artist and 

lecture series 




(I to r) 2nd row: d. blanding, miss chance, advisor; 
s fauntleroy, j. shedd 1st row: s. on, k, blackwell, 
I. ditto 





each week the assembly committee arranges and 
presents an interesting program for the cultural en- 
richment of the student body ... the committee, which 
consists of faculty and students, endeavors to find a 
variety of speakers that will be both informative and 
interesting . . . 

assembly committee 




(I to r) 2nd row: m. biddle, o. Iloyd, b. weiland 1 st row: g mcneal, k. bishop, mrs. Salisbury, I. mocdonald, I, turner, m mitchell 



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(I to r) c. golden, d. durivage, e. weiland, m. courtney, j. slade, a. gaddis, e. lee, j. schauber, mr. yarborough, j. mattmgly, 
hagy, I. turner, I. mocdonald, r. kelly. 



holt, a. longmore, a. 



international relations 



the international relations club is compiled 
of students who are interested in discussing 
contemporary world problems and events . . . 



point news 



the point news is a monthly publication which 
informs the student body of school activities, 
discusses problems on the campus, and reports 
happenings of major interest to the students . . . 
the point news staff, and its advisor, miss magaw, 



the club meets twice a month and allows the stu- 
dent to speak freely on their views of the 
problems presented . . . 



have worked diligently this year to enlarge and 
improve the paper, and their efforts have been 
rewarded by increased interest in point news on 
the part of the students . . . 




(I to r) 2nd row: d. scartf. s. fountleroy, m. ayres, k. bishop. 1st row: d. ferguson, g hayes, I. dishmon, j. schauber, i. durivage, miss magaw, j. 
potee, a. goddis, i. holt, g. dahan, j. ward, a. stambaugh seated: m Johnson 



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(I to r) a. stambough, j. ward, m lutes, b. |ohnson, I dishmon, b. griffith, m franklin, d king, c. rader, miss oslund, advisor. 

home economics 

the home economics club was organized for in the fields of aiding needy families, cheering 

those interested in learning the fundamentals children at the st. mary's county hospital and 

of homemaking . . . they have accomplished much organizing faculty teas . . . 

student national education association 



any student who is interested in a career 
in teaching is eligible to join the student national 
education association . . . this organization 
keeps its members informed of the current trends 



and methods in the teaching profession, through 
programs and discussions ... the members of 
the s.n.e.a. strive to arouse interest in one of our 
most important professions . . . 




(I to r) d. towers, d. borlowe, d duddorer, b. r. Johnson, d. hart, mr. miles, j. rockwell, \. ditto, m berkey, k. mckenno, d. rayne. 



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I to r) d rayne, m. wolsh, c homes, i leach a. longmore 



freshman officers 




(I to r) s. ott, a. a. board representative, c. jump, secretary, v. hodges, 
president, p. onley, treasurer, m. biddle, vice-president 



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sophomore officers 





(I to r) 1st row: I. turner, c. golden, o. hagy, g. mcneal, s. pritcher. 2nd row: s. morsh, 
3rd row: r. spicer, I. jourdon, p. farrell, d. blonding, m. mitchell 



macdonold, m dewees, miss simms, r kelly, s. hoffmeir 



the pod staff 



the 1963 Pod at times i wondered if i would ever 
actually see this book in print ... to us it represents 
deadlines, long hours, meetings, problems, schedules, 
cigarettes, neglected studies, a bad case of nerves, 
failures and successes ... to you we hope it represents 
your life at st. mary's; educationally, socially, and 
spiritually . . . when we started the 1963 pod our goal 



was perfection . . . through the months we have gradu- 
ally realized this was not to be reached ... we do feel 
that if you find the 1963 pod recalls for you some of 
your memories, goals and ambitions, our success too 
will be apparent . . . 

lorna macdonald 
editor- 1963 pod 




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the bud is growing to 

worldlier life 
taking its joys with that 

of strife 
filling its being with 

newer thoughts 
how far it has grown 

to taller breadth 
maturing with each 

new knowledge learned 
not long ago for these it 

yearned . . . 



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archery 





archery, which is a very popular sport at st. mary's 
during the fall, draws increased interest every year, 
archery tournaments are held, and a trophy is awarded 
to the best bowman. 



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hockey 




hockey is a sport that is eagerly 
participated in at st. mary's. intramurals 
take place in the fall, an all-star team 
is selected to participate in competition 
with other colleges. 





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first row I to r: b wetland, j- mattmgly second row I to r. m. biddle, b. norris, b. earhart, w. wood 




coach bartheleme 



the boys' basketball team is made up 
of day students . . . their games high- 
light the winter sports season at St. 
mary's . . . coached by mr. albert bar- 
theleme. the team plays in competition 
with other colleges, both in and out ot 
state, and has the strong spirit of the 
entire student body behind it. 




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basketball is the most popular of the 
girls' winter sports at st. mary's . . . 
girls who go out for basketball play on 
intramural teams and have a chance to 
be selected to play on the all-star team 
... the all-stars play in competition 
with teams from other colleges. 




first row I to r: s. machen, j. poore, p. onley, d. king second row I to r. g hurley, d. scarff, 
s. crumpacker, r. sundstrom, m. Courtney third row I to r: s. pritcher, captain; m walsh, 
I. iourdon, c. buck, e. reeves, e. torrent. 



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first row l-n j. poore, d. scarff, s. crumpacker, r sundstrom, t norns. second row \-r. I |ourdon, m walsh, c. piet, s pritcher, e. tarrant, c. buck, 
m franklin. 




volleyball 





volleyball is a winter sport which was avidly sup- 
ported this year at st. mary's . . . this year's teams 
participated in a round robin tournament from which 
an all-star team was chosen . . . 



the athletic association is an organization designed 
to promote athletic competition and to increase class 
spirit and loyalty toward the school . . . 

the athletic board consists of executive officers 
and sports managers which sponsor invitational 
matches, waterfront activities, and social events . . . 
the adviser to this years' board has been miss 
sandra stancil with Joyce poore presiding as president 
... the executive officers are gail hurley vice pres., 
grace barolet secretary, karen emmons treasurer, 
sue pritcher social chairman ... the following girls 
have served as sports managers: 

hockey Virginia hodges 

archery libby jourdon 

basketball carol buck 

volleyball ruth sundstrom 

tennis sandy robbins 

Softball sandra Jenkins 





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sailing is a new sport this year at st. 
mary's, and it has been eagerly received 
by many of the students . . . because of 
the location of the school on the st. 
marys' river, the students are afforded 
many opportunities to sail during the 
fall and spring . . . canoes and rowboats 
are also available for student use . . - 



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tennis 





tennis is one of the most popular 
sports at st. mary's. men and women 
of the student body, as well as mem- 
bers of the faculty, can be found on 
the tennis courts often during the 
year, tennis is played in competi- 
tion with other colleges and intra- 
murally during the spring ... for the 
first time, this year tennis is offered 
as a course under the physical ed- 
ucation department . . . 





I. to r : sally ott, queen, terry kaufman, |oan potee 











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queen of the may 
miss karen emmons 







miss dinoh blanding 





miss carol buck 



freshman 
princesses 



miss kathi mckenna 




miss jocqueline ditto 
sophomore princess 





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miss susan pritcher 
shenandoah apple blossom princess 



miss ruth kelly 
sophomore princess 




It col miodrag blagojevich crowns karen emmons queen of the may 



|-r: k mckenna, r kelly, s pritcher, k emmons, j. ditto, c. buck, d. blanding. vaughn Jennings, crown bearer, and jan greeson, 
train bearer 











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full growth just brimming 

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it cries just set me 

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open these walls that are bounding 

me 
set me free, set me 

free . . . 
it opened and flowered 

into full array 
opened into the world and 

we were on our way . . . 



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gertrude anderson 



melanie ayres 




grace barolet 



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michael biddle 



James cook 





mary dieudonne 




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linda dishmon 




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marsha dubois 



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karen emmons 



patricia farrell 



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barbara foley 



bonnie griffith 



anna hagy 



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thomas hodges 



merrie himmelheber 



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susan hoffmeir 



pamela howard 





gail hurley 



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elizabeth jourdon 



marjorie Johnson 



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theresa kaufman 





ruth kelly 



robinette kemp 



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patricia sacher 





sara taylor 




lynn thurlby 





gail tillman 





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marilyn venetta 




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carol ward 






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evo gertrude onderson 

deal island, maryland 
mojor art 

womens student government 1,2 treasurer compus council 2. 
athletic association 1. tennis manager, tumbling manager gradua- 
tion aword 1. most outstanding ort contribution 

ronold onderson 
piney point, morylond 
major liberol arts 

melanie b. oyres 

Salisbury, morylond 

moior liberol oris 

newspaper 1.2; future teochers of omeriea I, phi theta kappa 

athletic association 

mary grace borolel 

calilormo, morylond 

ma | or biology 

fresnmon class secretary cheerleader 1,2. olhletic ossociotion 

1,2, secretory, compus council 

michael b. biddle 

lexington pork, morylond 

maior science 

freshman doss vice- president bosketball team ossembly committee 

2. social committee 

gory o bryont 

leonardrown. morylond 

moior business administration 

basketball manager 

franklin a. combs, jr. 

leonordtown, morylond 

moior business 

mens Student government 1 .2. president, campus council 1 .2 

honor court 2 

lomes r cook 

lexington pork, morylond 

moior history 

assembly committee I Tennis teom 1,2; dromotics 1,2 compus 

council 7. mens student government secretory 

mary r dieudonne' 

silver spring, morylond 

moior drama 

somodra I. secretory treosurer dramatics 1,2 choir 2 current 

events club, athletic association 

Undo koy dishmon 

conowingo, mary land 

major: education 

olhletic association, basketball team newspaper I home economics 

club compus council, phi theta koppa, president m n bonner oward 

for home economics 

locqueline ditto 

bethesdo, morylond 

maior elementary education 

athletic association somodra I. publicity chairman dromotics l 

volleyball team, archery, tumbling, future teochers of omer.ca. 

art ist lecture series committee 

marsho iean dubois 

bethesdo. morylond 

major education 

newspaper l. : volleyball I athletic ossociotion 

ida mary durivoge 

linthicum heights, morylond 

maior liberol arts 

newspoper 1,2. news editor, photogropher. current events club 1,2, 

president, archery, artist and leclure series committee 1 

koren lyn emmons 

leesburq. Virginia 

major history 

newspoper 1 somodra I current events club, volleyball orchery. 

olhletic ossociotion treosurer campus council 2. 

mary potricio forrell 

Baltimore, morylond 

maior: orl 

athletic ossociotion yearbook 1,2, art editor, archery womens 

Student government choir orientation committeechoirman 

borboro jeon foley 

colifornio, maryland 
maior educotion 
athletic ossociotion 

bonnie jean griff ith 

dewitt, new york 

maior business 

athletic ossociotion choir 1,2 secretory volleyball archery year 

book 2 newspoper 2 home economics secretory 2 

onno nichols hogy 

Westminster, morylond 

moior: liberal orts 

olhletic association volleyball, archery yearbook ?. photogrophy, 

current events club 



merne ruth himmelheber 
hollywood, morylond 
ma|or business 
othletic association 

Virginia hodges 

leonordtown, morylond 

moior music 

athletic ossociotion. hockey manager ortist ond lecture seneS: 

sophomore class president: choir 2. accompanist, campus council 2 

thomos hodges, |r 

lexington pork, morylond 

mojor liberol arts 

ortist ond lecture series I bosketball 2 tennis 



suson lynn hoffmeir 

o saury pork, new iersey 

moior liberol arts 

olhletic ossociotion. newspoper I 

basketball 



volleyball, yearbook 2 sottboll. 



dionaioy hart 

elmiro. new york 

mojor elementary education 



pomelo j howard 

mechonicsville, morylond 
maior business 
athletic association. 

gail a hurley 

mount airy, morylond 

moior physical educotion 

athletic association 1.2. v ic e- pre s idem current events club hockey. 

volleyball basketball sottboll campus council 

george i |orboe 

greol mills, morylond 

maior: liberol arts 

basketball I. manoger. social committee 

betsie ruth (Ohnson 

towson, morylond 

maior: education 

olhletic ossociotion: choir, vice president, home economics club I. 

Treosurer 2, president future teachers of omenta I 2 archery 

cheerleadmg 1.2. basketball 

morione sue Johnson 

Cumberland, morylond 

maior science 

othletic association; choir 1.2, president, newspoper 1,2. editor- 

m-chiet orchery. compus council 2 



directory 



ehzobeth scott jourdon 

darlmgton. morylond 

maior physical education 

olhletic association, archery manager orchery volleyball honor 

court 2 yearbook 2, co sports editor basketball, softboll 

corroll |ane jump 

eoston, maryland 

major liberol arts 

olhleiic ossociotion. choir 1 orchery sophomore class secretory 

Christmas bozaar chairmon 2 sociol committee 2 

mane theresa kaufman 

Westminster, morylond 

maior trberal oris 

freshman class treasurer othletic association basketball hockey, 

volleyball iennis : future teochers of americo 2 moy day attendant 

i Christmas prom ottendont 2 

ruth francis kelly 

onnapohs, morylond 

maior liberal arts 

Othletic association womens Student government 1 somadro I 

hockey 1 yearbook current events club may doy court 1. 

elizobeth robinette kemp 

fredenck, morylond 

maior tine arts 

athletic association choir 1 orchery social committee 2 

borbara ktmmelshue 

reisterstown, morylond 
moior elementary education 
olhletic ossociotion. newspoper 

howord lamb, jr. 

lexington pork, morylond 

moior science 

compus council 2. honor court 1.2 bosketball. tennis dromotics 2 



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lorno jane macdonold 

Westminster, moryland 

maior: fine oris 

athletic association yeorbook. editor. 1963, current events club 2, 

ossembly committee choirmon 2 compus council 2 

susan h machen 
hyattsville, maryland 
moior science 

athletic association 1,2, sottboll manager 2. hockey, volleyball, 
basketball, cheerleader 1,2, softball, womens student government 
2, president, honor court 2. eompus council 2, orientation com- 
mittee 2 

anabelle ross mackoy 

crisfield, marylond 

maior history and political science 

athletic association current events club 2 

sondra kay marsh 

westernport. maryland 

maior science 

athletic association, volleyball, basketball, freshmon class president 

campus council I choir I yeorbook 2, business manager bazaar 

choirmon I 

grace hooper mcneol 

bolttmore, maryland 

maior; liberal orts 

athletic ossociotion 2. waterfront manager sociol committee I 

womens student government 2. vice president yearbook 2. lyping 

editor campus council 2. choir 2. assembly committee 2 

melissa i mitchell 

new port news. Virginia 

moior Iheatre orts 

dramotics 1,2. somodra I athtelic association, yeorbook 2, literary 

staff assembly committee 2 

sharon ] moreau 
severna park, marylond 
maior: liberal orts 
athletic association bosketboll 

borboro elaine muller 
eoston, marylond 
maior. science 



athletic a: 



(i, .If 10 



it events club I 



phyllis s nagel 

baltimore, marylond 

moior: education 

athletic association, choir 1,2 newspoper 1,2, lyping-circulotion 

editor, future teachers of omerico I. current events club 1,2. home 

economics club, artist and lecture series 2, chairman 

lames b. norris 
choplico. marylond 
maior: business 

patricia ann onley 

snow hill, maryland 

motor: education 

othletic ossociotion choir 1.2 newspaper t hockey, basketball. 

lenms sociol committee 1,2 sophomore class treosurer 

solly dee ott 

belhesdo, marvlond 
moior: oii 



and lecture s 



ion representative 1,2, home economics club 1. 
d secrelory; volleyball orchery. basketball, ortist 
;. chnslmos prom queen 2 



frances |eanne pinder 

queen anne. maryland 

ma|Or business 

athletic ossociotion: home economics club 1, secretary dramotics 

I social committee 1 artist and lecture series committee I orchery, 

current events club 2 

loyce e poore 

huntingtown, marylond 

moior: physical education 

athletic ossociotion 1. president 2 basketball monager. field hockey 

captain I. volleyball captom 2 hockey basketball volleyball, soft 

ball campus council 2. athletic ossociotion representative onento 

tion committee 2. 

loon eileen potee 
baltimore, moryland 
moior business 

athletic ossociotion, choir I, luture teachers of omerico I news- 
paper 2, lecture editor phi thelo kappa. 

suson holly pntcher 

manluis. new york 

maior: liberal orts 

womens student government association 1. athletic ossociotion 2, 

sociol choirmon. choir I. volleyball coplam. bosketboll chnstmos 

bazaar choirmon 1 yeorbook 2 campus council 2, may doy court 2. 

social committee choirmon 2 

charlotte e rader 

baltimore. marylond 

maior: home economics 

athletic ossociotiSn. choir I home economics club 1, stole repre 

sentotive editor dftstate moaanne stote historian 2, vice-president 



lois ellen renoft 

baltimore. moryland 

mojor elementary education 

athletic ossociotion. softball: hockey volleyball basketball home 

economics club t ortist ond lecture series choirmon 1 

linda meredtth nley 

lexington pork, morylond 

moior biology 

athletic association choir 1,2 

elizobeth robmson 

leonordlown. marylond 
major science 
athletic ossociotion 

judith elizobeth rockwell 
waynesbofo, pennsylvomo 
major liberal orts 

athletic association, campus council I honor court 1, future leach 
ers of omerico 1, secretary, 2 president sottboll. archery 2. chom 
pion yearbook- 
Virginia rohrback 

bollirnore. maryland 

maior science 

athletic ossooation newspoper 1.2 current events club 2 

ellen Virginia russell 
onnapolis, morylond 
moior physical education 

womens student government 1,2 secretory athletic association, 
orchery bosketboll. softball. campus council 2, onentoiion com- 
mittee 2 

patncto c sacher 

ooklond, maryland 
maior: medico' lechnology 
athletic ossociotion newspaper 

nchard I somazze 
mechanicsville, moryland 
major science 
athletic ossociotion 

sora e. taylor 

ridge, marylond 
major business 
athletic ossociotion 

barbara thompson 

lexington pork, moryland 
maior home economics 

lynn ellen thurlby 

lexington pork, maryland 

moior education 

athletic ossociotion choir 1 

gail linda tillman 

lexington oork. morylond 
maior science 
athletic association 

pnscilla tumo 
patuxent river, morylond 
moior liberal arts 

louise suzanne turner 

mitchellville. morylond 

athletic ossociotion. hockey volleyboll. softball. bosketboll, yearbook 
2. photography, current events club 2, vice president ossembly com 
mitlee 2 

sharon r tweedy 

olexondna, Virginia 

major business 

athletic ossociotion, honor court 1,2 chairman choir 1 tennis 

compos council 1,2. womens student government 2. spirit ol chnst 

mos 2 

morilyn venetta 
leonardtown. morylond 
moior: liberal arts 
athletic association basketball 

valerie vignolo 

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

maior liberal arts 

othletic ossociotion. hockey volleyball softball. current events 

club I 

carol ann ward 
morion, moryland 
moior liberal oris 
othletic association, choir I. somadra 1 

beniomm I weilond 

lexington pork, moryland 

maior liberal orts 

campus council 1. bosketboll, tennis, mens studenl government 2, 

othletic association 2. vice president assembly committee 

Joseph wmslon wood 

mechanicsville, maryland 

moior business 

basketball compos council 2 mens student government 2. treasurer 



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7:30 coffee hour 



off for an intellectual challenge 



candids 



leaving a spotless room 







signing out-in-out-in-in 



12:00 hunger pains 




do blonds really hove more fun 



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excitement -the day the school didn't burn down 



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1 10 nicotine fits 




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do you accept central charge? 

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what big blue booties! 



two to a room and twenty to the hall 




after using crest for three years 



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At St. Mary's it's COCA-COLA, a Sign of Good Taste. 




Home Exterminating Co. 




Complete Pest and Termite Control 


Compliments of 


P.O. Box 183, Lexington Park, Md. 


Ernest L. Stone & Son 


Phone: VO. 3-6233 




V. 0. WOODARD, Manager 




J. A. CECIL 


Dyson's Service Station 


GENERAL MERCHANDISE 


Gas — Oil — Tires — Tubes 


Great Mills, Maryland 


Lubrication Accessories 




Great Mills, Maryland 


Phone: Great Mills 2W 


Phone: Great Mills 224 


Compliments of 


Compliments of 


ALDRIDGE FORD, INC. 


Patuxent 


Lexington Park, Maryland 


Recreation Center 


VOIunteer 3-81 11 




"Our Specialty Is Good Service" 


Lexington Park, Maryland 



Electronics Service Co. 

714 Great Mills Rd. Lexington Park, Md. 

Complete TV & Appliance Service 

VOIunteer 3-3291 & Volunteer 3-6341 



Compliments of 



Springer's Esso Service 



PARK PHARMACY 

YOUR REXALL STORE 

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

Lexington Park, Maryland 

THE ROOST 




BILL RALEY'S 
SALES CENTER, INC. 

Appliances - Television Sales & Service 

Lexington Park - Leonardtown - Waldorf 
Maryland 



L. L. JENKINS 

CALIFORNIA GENERAL STORE 

California, Maryland 

Meats - Groceries & General Merchandise 
Phone: VOIunteer 2-3921 



Lexington Park, Maryland 




CATO'S 



Compliments of 

J. T. DAUGHERTY'S 
ANCHOR VAN LINES 



Compliments of 

PATUXENT MOTORS 
LANCASTER TEXACO 

360 Three Notch Road 
Lexington Park, Maryland 
Phone: Volunteer 3-8400 



THE TACKLE BOX 

Fishing Tackle Is Our Business 

BAIT 

Rod & Reel Repairs 
Complete Tackle 
Kf6£u <*s5 Hunting & Fishing License 

Volunteer 3-8885 Lexington Park, Md. 




KING'S SHOPARAMA 

Your one stop shop in Southern Maryland 



Central Charge 



VO. 2-0011 



Bee's Auto Supply, Inc. 

The Best Source of Quality and Service 

AUTOMOTIVE PARTS 
SUPPLIES and EQUIPMENT 




St. Mary's County's only drive-in banking at the CITIZENS BANK OF ST. MARY'S 

For information call VOIunteer 3-5631 



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FRIENDLY CAB'S reliable 24-hour service is put to good use by the students 
For information call VOIunteer 3-8141, 3-8142, 3-8143 



BLAIR'S 

JEWELRY — SILVER — CHINA 
STUDIO CARDS 

Lexington Park and Leonardtown, 
Maryland 



Compliments of 



WESTERN AUTO 



Lexington Park, Maryland 



HEWITT 
LUMBER and SUPPLY 

Calloway and Lexington Park, 
Maryland 



Leonardtown Motel 

Leonardtown, Maryland 

Free Television Air Conditioned 

Tub and Shower 

Phone: GReenwood 5-9135 

If no answer coll 5-5071 



McKay Implement 
and Truck Co. 



Farm Equipment - Industrial Equipment 
International Motor Trucks 



Leonardtown, Md. 



GReenwood 5-9190 



LEONARDTOWN BUILDING 
& SUPPLY COMPANY 

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

Fenwick Street & Lawrence Avenue 
GReenwood 5-9200 



COMPLIMENTS OF 


STEUART PETROLEUM COMPANY 


Piney Point 


, Maryland 


Compliments of 


FOOD LINER -IGA 

GReenwood 5-5201 


THRIFT OIL COMPANY 


MEATS - GROCERIES - FRUITS 




VEGETABLES - FROZEN FOODS 


Leonardtown, Maryland 






Leonardtown, Maryland 


Bailey's Restaurant 


SPARLING'S 


Opposite Leonardtown Motel 




Hours 6:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. 


Leonardtown' s finest Department Store 


Phone: GR. 5-9429 


Leonardtown, Maryland 



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Ben Franklin Store 



J. ABELL LONGMORE 



Leonardtown, Maryland 



Bell Motor Company 

Chevrolet - Buick - Opel - Oldsmobile 
Sales ■ Service 

Leonardtown, Maryland 



"Flowers for Every Occasion" 

BOWLES FLORIST 

GReenwood 5-2161 
Leonardtown, Maryland 



FASHIONS FOR 
WOMEN, GIRLS and TEENS 

Compliments of 
MRS. F. MATTINGLY 

Leonardtown Fashion Center 



PARGAS, INC. 

GAS BY TANK OR METER 

Leonardtown, Maryland 
GR. 5-2221 

Compliments of 




^Jhe Spinning. Wheel 
RESTAURANT 







CENTER GARDENS 

serving Southern Maryland with furnished 
and unfurnished Apartments. 

For information call VOIunteer 2-2722 




THE ENTERPRISE 

Southern Maryland's Leading Weekly with 

over 7000 circulation in Lexington Park, Md. 

call VOIunteer 2-1011 



THE HUB 

Southern Maryland' s 
Leading Department Store 

Lexington Park, Maryland 



JOY SHOP 

"TOTS TO TEENS" 

Lexington Park, Maryland 

Children's Wear Yard Goods 



Compliments of 

Lexington Park Hotel 

Lexington Park, Maryland 
VOIunteer 2-1666 



James Waring and Son 



INSURANCE and REAL ESTATE 



"SHOES GOT THE BLUES?" 

Connor Shoe Repair 

136 Three Notch Road 
Lexington Park Maryland 

Park T.V. & Record Shop 

Sales & Service 

COLOR T.V. HEADQUARTERS 

26728 Shangrila Dr. VOIunteer 2-8411 

Lexington Park, Maryland 







The LEONARDTOWN DAIRY COMPANY has supplied 
St. Mary's with service as well as nutrition. 



Compliments of 



J. FRANK RALEY, JR. 



The Deitz Shoe Company 

Shoes of Quality for the Entire Family 

Lexington Park, Maryland 
VOIunteer 2-5171 



Telephone: GReenwood 5-3141 

John Mattingly Francis Mattingly 



feHELL?} MATTINGLY 
AUTO SERVICE 

General Repairing and Wheel Aligning 
Leonardtown, Maryland 



E and M FLORIST 



Leonardtown, Maryland 



GReenwood 5-9182 



Machanicsville 
Building Supply, Inc. 

Lumber & Building Supplies - Hardware 
Mechanicsville, Maryland 

TUIip4-3111 



Sixes — FORD — Eights 

FENWICK MOTOR CO. 

Sales - Service 

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



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Maryland National Bank 

. . . does so much for so many people 

63 OFFICES serving Metropolitan Baltimore, 
The Eastern Shore and Southern Maryland 

Leonardtown and Mechanicsville 

Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation 



St. Mary's Pharmacy 



YOUR REXALL STORE 



Leonardtown, Maryland 



DEAN and BEAVERS 

GENERAL CONTRACTORS 

Road Work and Asphalt 

FRanklin 3-2121 Hollywood, Maryland 



Adams Appliance Shop 

Hollywood, Maryland 

APPLIANCES - TELEVISION 
Sales & Service 

Telephone: FRanklin 3-2553 




The FIRST NATIONAL BANK of ST. MARY'S serves Leonardtown and has 
a branch office to serve Lexington Park, Maryland. 



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INSURED 1 



HOME OFFICE 

WALDORF, MARYLAND 

Midway 5-3421 



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TRI-COUNTY FEDERAL 

SAVINGS & LOAN ASSN. 

OF WALDORF 

WALDORF, MARYLAND 

CURRENT DIVIDEND: 4V 2 % PER ANNUM, 
COMPOUNDED QUARTERLY 

SAVE-BY-MAIL — NO DELAY ON WITHDRAWALS 

Visit the new branch office located in New Theater Building 
Leonardtown, Maryland 



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BRANCH OFFICE 

LEONARDTOWN, MARYLAND 

GReenwood 5-9328 



Compliments of 

Burch Oil Company, Inc. 

GULF OIL PRODUCTS 
Hollywood, Maryland 



Wood's ESSO Service 

Levi Dean, Prop. 

1-DAY TIRE RECAPPING SERVICE 

Hollywood, Maryland 



Lexington Park Dry Cleaners 

for 

Prompt Pick-up and Delivery Service 

Call: Great Mills 220 

COMPLETE LAUNDRY SERVICE 

We Operate a (./censed Sta-Nu Plant 

Lexington Park, Maryland 



Compliments of 

TAYLOR GAS CO. 

GAS AND ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES 
BOTTLE GAS DISTRIBUTOR 

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



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V and H BAKERY 

Lexington Park - Leonardtown, 
Maryland 


Compliments of 

Albert F. Goetze, Inc 

Baltimore, Maryland 


Compliments of 

National 
Mobile Home Sales, Inc. 

Three Notch Road 
Lexington Park, Maryland 


Compliments of 
BALTIMORE CHAPTER 

ST. MARY'S SEMINARY 

JUNIOR COLLEGE 

ALUMNAE ASSOCIATION 


Compliments of 

Meadow Gold Ice Cream 


Compliments of 
M. ADELE FRANCE CHAPTER 

ST. MARY'S SEMINARY 

JUNIOR COLLEGE 
ALUMNAE ASSOCIATION 


PARK HALL SUNOCO 

TIRES — BATTERIES 

Phone: Great Mills 187-J-l 
Park Hall, Maryland 


Compliments of 
BOTTLING COMPANY 



Compliments of 


Dean Lumber & Supply 


FRANK A. COMBS 


Co., Inc. 


INSURANCE AGENCY 


GENERAL BUILDING MATERIALS 


Leonardtown, Maryland 


Hollywood, Maryland FRanklin 3-21 1 1 




Matrons 



My sincere thanks to 

LORNA MacDONALD, Editor; 

CANDACE GOLDEN, Co-Editor, 

and THE STAFF. 

L. BEATRICE SIMMS 
Yearbook Advisor 



mrs. minna irby 
mr. and mrs. charles e. russell 
mr. and mrs. norman e. shipley 
mr. and mrs. e. jack killmon 
mr. and mrs. carl j. muller, jr. 
mr. and mrs. charles b. osborn 
mr. and mrs. John w. poore 
mr. and mrs. leonard w. joynes 
mr. and mrs. waiter a. kee 
mr. and mrs. c. m. himmelheber 
mr. and mrs. edward b. edelen 
mr. and mrs. raymond cook 
mr. and mrs. samuel o. jones 
mr. and mrs. stoll d. kemp 
mr. and mrs. thor c. jenkins 
mr. and mrs. m. h. pritcher 
mrs. m. w. wilder 
mr. and mrs. a. w. anderson 
mr. and mrs. lee watkins 



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millison's bargain store 
dyson's lumber co. 
dr. e. a. dobry 
white's grocery 
oakwood lodge 
garner and sheaffer 
dr. and mrs. alan houser 




the Washington alumnae chapter 
mr. and mrs. miodrag blagojevich 
mr. and mrs. raymond g. tarrant 
mr. and mrs. harold burroughs 
mr. and mrs. p. benedict robinson 
mr. and mrs. Joseph w. farrell 
mr. and mrs. ewell b. ward 
mr. and mrs. george w. potee 
mr. and mrs. j. k. Johnson 
mr. and mrs. waiter b. jourdon 
mr. and mrs. h. a. hoffmeir 
mr. and mrs. roland a. piel 
mr. and mrs. william a. holt 
mr. and mrs. paul v. renoff 
mr. and mrs. carl p. ward 
mr. and mrs. thomas b. reeves 
mr. and mrs. John m. hodges 
mr. and mrs. charles f. rader, jr. 
It. col. and mrs. m. b. rockwell 
mr. and mrs. harold m. jump 
mr. and mrs. james a. golden 
mr. and mrs. robert a. harkness 
mr. and mrs. daniel d. brown 



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mr. and mrs. d. r. rayne 

mr. and mrs. thomas a. hodges 

mr. and mrs. hervey g. machen 

dr. and mrs. harold g. ott 

dr. and mrs. william h. patrick 

mr. and mrs. james c. leach 

mr. and mrs. john I. dubois 

mr. and mrs. lewis e. crumpacker 

dr. and mrs. w. a. macdonald 

mr. and mrs. eugene s. fauntleroy 

mr. and mrs. clyde a. wilson 

dorothy w. smith 

mr. and mrs. frank himmelfarb 

park jewelers 

quality bakery, inc. 










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