Academy of the Holy Cross - Towers Yearbook (Washington, DC)

 - Class of 1958

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N j 1 ' 1ff - 1' 1 1' ' 1' 1' ' 111 -'D 1" 111' lfbr KI' -K'11'1"!' 1' ' .." 1 "' Id 1" 111 1"' "6 I '111' j , ' 1 1 1 11 , 11--'L ' Y lf 5111111 1 ' tl .rffl 1f if' ' . f ur 1.111 72 .., 1 1' fG 1. 4 Freshmen Drop Anchor at New Land if""?P. S 0 Z Q 0 fn. Q . J' .?Qlll" tk--7,y V I 4 4 Around the Curriculum OUR OWN UNITED STATES. noted by Rita Kaufman, is the focal of interest for Alice Lenard, Martha Gardiner. Judith O'Mara, Mary Hein, Bonnie Angel, and Cassandra Fuller. "THERE IT IS," exclairns Pat' Livingston who, with the help of Miss Belinsky, locates a trouble spot in current history. -1 r CIVIC STUDENTS are dili- gently slaying over an exam, but lucky Carol Shook has just finished. 1 gg . ' ENTHUSIASTICALLY TRYING OUT THE NEW SEWING MACHINES are Betty Logan, Barbara Nelson, Angela Costello, Ann Chevalier, and Linda Browness. in 180 Days "THIS IS A MINOR ORGAN OF THE RESPIRATORY SYSTEM," points out Barbara Greatorex to Catherine Cronan, Sheila Gallagher, Barbara Kozak, Eileen Federline, Linda Miller, Nancy Richardson, and Grace Davis. Evidently Sister Coletta approves, LEARNING RUDIMENTS OF TABLE SETTING are Patricia Peak, Paula Dowling, Carol Law- lor, and Margaret Diller. wg "IN MULTIPLICATION, a minus and a minus give a plus," Cherie Caulk points out to fellow students Pamela H e a l y, Catharine Williams, and Mary Walburg. 4 J EXPERIMENTING with Dun- barton's newly acquired Geiger Counter are Science Club ofli- cers Sarah Partridge, presidentg Mary Claire Winkle, secretaryg and Margaret Cook,- vice- president. 'WVHAT IS IT?" exclaim Dale Higgins and Moira Hurley as Sister Carl Ann comes to the rescue. 2 -..,,...,.- Science and Mathematics Intrigue Students ' inds ,, .,,, 'fl I ,".1' 'R N x TOP: FASCINATED BIOLOGY STUDENTS Deborah Rooney, Jean Donaldson, Adrienne XYiltz. Margaret Collins. Carol Amante, Suzanne Ralston. and Pat Sheehan admire Barbara Rab- bitt's prize winning exhibition of calcium formations. Clf.N'TI:'R: KWH.-XT XYILL HAPPEN NEXT?" exclaim chemistry students, Geil Foster, Bfariea Hellmers. and Sarah Partridge. LEFT: ANIT.-X PRIOLO DEMONSTRATES a locus problem to geometry students Connie Bul- lock, Harriet Flott. Moira Hurley. Dale Higgins, Paula Coettelmann. and Kathleen Puzzini. Communication XY zz Q LATIN PRESENTS NO PROBI EM for Helen De Marco, Ann Grayson. Chrisunu Lhunbers Susan Gorges. Ilona Dulaski, Barbara lnzllcr Ellcn Dunbar Mary Hayes. and Donna Hillock. H I A IV :X T H A AND THE COURTSIIIP 0 F M I L E S STANDISII C o IU c to l i fc through artistic posters. Mar- garet Cook. Rose-mary Lehman, Avis Cottvr. Blurty O'Boyle. Alfa n- Ifrlxon. KI.1ry Alive Fisk. and Cgxrol Jour-S ngrvf- that A rn Q r i c' ll n literature can be intcrefsting. Extend Horizons "A-XLLEZ AU TABLEAU. M,-XDEMOISELLES.', says Madame Fine to Kay Lynch, and Jozmnr Hnclr-n of the Frcnrh II Class. PROS AND CONS OF MARRIAGE as fl c'n1'c'r'r bring: prnftiml obscrxtltions from IVC's Carol Fisher, Pcgqy Chnsv. Yom Srnglionv. Mnrivgx Ilvllrm-1's. Lynn Flly. Julio Schlau- decker, Peggy Schridcr. and Marie Gibcau, DISPLAYING PROFESSIONAL LI- BRXRIXNSIIII' to T1'f1NiL'X'i!1. and P. Philputt Luz- P. I.yrwn- Land XI. Sriullo as D. Mills lomtvs rc-I'c1c1u'c xnntorilxl in Ihr' turd indf-X. THIS TIME the privilege of lowering the Hag goes to Anne Ciminello, Veronica Blaszek, Jac- queline Joyce, Diane Bator, Tylene Atherton, Agnes Bowersox. I JM .I M --.. ed ,fi B. Angel S. Arliss C. Armelin T. Atherton if fi.: fix 4 - 7 ,A J. Becker M. Berrigan P. Bisgood V. Blaszek 5 - A ag, J Q 3, 1, I U f .5 E :I vw V A ,,.k ' A 2 L xx if :. Kxiiiii i D. Braddock K. Brannigan M. A. Cave A. Ciminello l. - I i C VA 4 0. M- Friflk C. Fuller S. Gallagher M. Gardiner B. Harding M. Hein K. Ives M. Ives JZ, , . V, "H YT' I 5 I I ' V 'Ti' A. :Jia , sw .xy if I AY J. Barbano . ff. C. Borger P . ,ng 5. - 45 ' in 1' K. Clifford f Y . U, 5 I . P. Gleason J. Joyce 'F' N E-Hi 'a ,,.. 9 .Q + Q 1 .f. B. Barry if D K. Bouscaren ' it Q, K. Coles .re L. r K f V. Godfrey J. Kelly 1 if 5 IA wr' V, 1, D. Bator g , A A. Bowersox M. Durbin " , A A fm B. Goetz A. Leonard F . .si 1 x x E' F' lr' Q . S' 6 4' ,. fi 1 f. .wx 2' T, . I I - V all if v- f A E ' la . P. Armani R. Buchmoyer M. Corgan M. Coyne Di Giacinto D. Dixon M. Enzler 5 . Q - QL f . I' , C-. T, 5 . ',, K . gy K 4 I L ,. Z.: i My in 1 V . I l . f , Y X A 1 V - .I JL fi: .Xi DX IX- D. T. Ey Foster P. Gregory J. Grimme B. Hartke M. Healy M. Herbert 'U 5' ' fr . 1 . A- , is A A K ' Q: Q LJLR . L 'P ' , if 1 Q P W -ii Q . x .iii ASX: It A f' V C4 i x 1 L. Horstman V. Kragtorp P. Lange L. Miller H. Mohler M. Mugford S. Murphy vw V 4. Q . . Y 3' V I X 5 I V V . I -Q Q A K? Pi J lik f. N .N . 1. f .f if - 4. rs, id.. ,.. 3 B. Nelson G. Neurath M. Nickerson P. Odlin A. Phillips G. Policelli C. J. Reid ,, ,Z Alqu ,, ii? F if F W. Mum A , , f it M., . z ' ' 'A 3' ' Y , , X 'EIA' 4 '- H. . A fWf-. N. Richardson M. Rivard Y. Salamy D. Soo S. Spencer S. Tracie M. Walburgh V A 'K HOMEWARDBOUND STUDENTS Sharon Spencer, Jean Foster ' H Maeve Coyne, Donna Dixon, Gudrun Ncurath, Patricia Lange, and . A -. Miriam Mugford chat at the end of a long day. H i .. s. ' A " g ' E. lNarring A. M. Yort IB "MAY I HELP YOU?" questions Frances Brinker and Susan Coonley to noon-day shoppers Mary Kiefer, Ann Haley, Sylvia Serafino, Jo Ann Donelan and June Hospital. l wx .W-49' F. Brinker - I V . 5 . ,T l f M. Cook p I '. vii. K. Cotter F. Crockett ? Q 3 ie V I s - E, f -. " . 1.5 . .:' S f ' . e . '5 . W .1 .. ' -H as r . as if A ' ,XX gf. ,f-'lf any , 1 If-. G. Davis E. DeLany D. Dixson J. Donelan C. Dougherty G. Giebel A 5 . 5. S' ' ii, . ' In I il .7 ,K ,J A. Haley N. Haring A. Hayes E. Hoffman j. Hospital L. Hotte N' ' " - Z S f- In i -- 1' is Q n 'if ,I . - 1 . I 1' ily , . ' D 'I I 1 4 N .fs fx, I M. s 1 fi 1' - M. Kiefer S. Kuhn M. Lansdale D. Nichols S. Serafino P. Sheckels S. Stubbs L. Sweeney M. A. Thalmayer M. Wanless M. Weir C. Williams Ki . V. .Q . , 0. - K l g .WA iff !.- " F ' f , . A . , 'L V. 4 I 4 fi F' .K Q .1 , ll-sr 'W J. Childs tm? S. Coonley n.' J. Curling z ,- 2. , T. Grady 4. L. ET' ' 4 'Wie ff ' C. Howard ,5,' Q 4 M 1 K. Shumate K. Zepp v4 ! rlk B. Browne ,N 6. u- . fe :fy . it .ff J. Davis f - 52, xii. ri mf' an is H., E. DeLacy Ei Q zv., . J. .4 Y ' 1 l 1 9 1 1 6, f ,:v 4 uirfxii-. E. F ederline 1 'V J F ,Y 4 fi - B. Kozak ,., el J..-'V' J. O'Mara F. Scramlin 6 vu -K . .il J. Daly t 4: E' 0 Jr' I . 'I we . P. DeCelles F . R. DeM0uy . ' ' r v if , P. Fitzgerald P. Lambert .lil , NI. Owens J. Shea tv fi, . qa.r . .A "THINK WE'LL EVER BECOME FAMOUS?" questions Ann Moldenhauer of Bonnie Theodore, as Elyne DeLacy, Kathleen Reeve, Patricia Flynn, and 5 Ruth DeMouy put the finishing touches on their art display. ID 5 no the NW' it Q if A 2 B -I if? , F v . ,4 .Lx .. Yi if 1 P. Flynn B. George B. Greatorex B. Holt R Kaufman Q ,LE Y, gi si E 15 . ,, . . P. McDonough Moldenhauer A. Morris H. Nummey O Connell 'V 3 S -n A . . 64 3 tg, - 3 .a J ff ' lv I A Q K , en ' . 5fIJAi xf J. Perrell K. Reeve D. Roche J, E, Rogers Sabatmi M. Smyth C. Tambone C. Thom S. Tully P Voegth .3 A 6' LL I l Y' .4 B . Y A -V f' J. A .ff A X io, . . . X 1 . -.. lag., 5 3... , -Q . ...M-1,1f.,, .,.. - , Daz N . .K 9 .Q QW rqw +1 -.. - y y Q. Q. 'N 117- L - n - - Q . - A V' '-' - .3 D .L 1 A . ' 1 I .. ...- pu 'J fl ' new x ' wi- ' .. 1 . 1 I as I fr 4 49 QV' Q 4'4.s,i" .U I' I FOLLOIYING INDIQCTION into the Moreaii chapter are IIICIIIA ASSEMBLED IN THE FOYER are NIIS 111e111l1ers bers of the National Honor Soeiety: Carole jones, Kathleen Mul- Sheila McCarthy. Shirley Hooker. Diana Sane, Patri- doon. FTZIIICCS Cnllinan. Marilyn Lloyd. jane O'Conn0r, Denni Cia Cliggett, Norine Downs, and Kay Lynch. Iwlaek. lNIary Teresa O'Hare, Mary Claire XYinkle. Mary Catherine lNIeGarraghy. and Kathleen Baldwin, COLLEGE LOOMS AIIEAD for scholarship winners Kathleen Baldwin. Dunlxartong Mary Carroll Lee. Strayer: Mary Claire Winkle. Mary1110i111t: and Mary Catherine McGarraghy. Trinity, who niarvel at the swift passage of time. Scholarship Leadership Service Dividends THE SISTER A N C E L I C A CII.-XIJTER of Quill and Stroll eelelirate the Cilezuzefs 17th l1irth- day. Cloekwise from extreme lower left are Lynn Ifay. liarhara Callan. Shirley Hooker. Kathleen Lips- eo111l1. liary Teresa O'IIz1re. Frances Cullinan. Mary Carroll Lee. Mary Claire Winkle. Yanna Castiglione. Marilyn Lloyd. Jessica Aiistin. Patricia Cllieqett. Norine Downs. Ifraiiees Cullen. and Jxllll Bray. M Sophomores Take Spiritual Soundings my '7 -J' 'U' X 'X g,,.. M-4-59' .ff --bf ev 'IT Q if if W A ' , t. 'L Q? Q, 5 1 . - i 'jg if E , N X ' Q 1 I 'i X A 1 ii 5 i - gl: . " :fi 9' X A f ' ' " f if M, , 1 ! , L I . I 5. N ' PA 'L 5 xi 1 A R ' ' A ' , -fd' Q. , - ' ' Q :L , uf , Xx A .3 , A ,Lx ,ji - - ' a f - .ji ' A ' Ma- f ' ,, 'J' 9 - - ,A 1 , g J' , ' - I f , gb i 1 Q I , 1 x , 4 4 5 H ' ' , i 4 If I 1 ' Q , I " ' . , , G : f' 1 V A , i QU, ' . ' 1. '- X ' Q M f, Q' . Q, ,5 V .VS 9 X f 3 F ., 1 fn, 1. ' N L ' V ir 'L ', , A , E fivir Lb 1 'h ,, ' 2 A' as -, . . i 2433: 1 i-.i. I 2 -i 5 4 X , 1,15-fi' 1. +1 l .if i 1: .- '- 4 qw-' ,- QQ- 3" 'i if-. . - , A . -- ' 1' . Y "fa lf- 1f "- A -X ' ' ' - SENIOR SODALISTS Frmcts Qullmin Kithy Eckloff Many Llc iry Kithleen Cmnody Betty D'lXlS 'md Connie Grimm rnlebiite the centenni 11 of Our Lady of Lourdes by ICCIUHS the rosus at her grotto UINIT IEADFRX1ctor11 Greco cxplfuns the rules of the Sodility to unior mndiditcs Flisx Scri P itricia IJIXITIQSIOH K xthy Bourf. S indm Longo M'1rr, irrt Collins Judy D axis ily I Niiry 1 lxh in incl N1 irthi Dillon xv Y PREFECT Diana Safie and Vice-Prc-feet Ann Koka Consult with Moderator Sister Clarence Marie on plans for the next meeting. Ocean Star l f 'J CCD MEMBERS S. Hooker. BI. Gibeau. N, LaCrosse: lions, K. Lipscomb, BI. A. XX'ilson, M. C. XYinklc', S. Y. Cnstiglione. K. Baldwin. S. Alvarez. B. Bclson. P. Patridgc, and M. Schridvr assemble in thc chapel for Moss. M. Cook. L. Fay. J. O'Connor. C. Shook, C. reception. Jordan. A. Grimany, V. Grrco. A. Koku, V. Stag- B Which We Sail HELPFUL SENIORS volun- teer to aid the Legion of Mary members in bringing joy to thc patients at the Home for In- fumbles. -nl a H LJ N I UBIANY HANDS lf.-XKE LIGHT YVORK' is thv mutto of thc Rml Clilii Staff as Ihvy pre'- pnrc Christmas favors for thc bvdriddvn. Students join Hands RILD CRONR f ' 51 -"- , , . . , ,,,,,. ,.,., ,, . . 1 .A... 11... ... .K JM. 9h1!?'1 1 cw 2.14 !1I3IX1".v 'ww DILICZKNT ,IRC YYORKHRS BIIYIJIIYII. Rxxlmllitl. Elisa Sr'1'1'.1. Marie Cilumuux. Pill Clliggvtl. gmd Shvilgi Hic'kf'y zldrnirc thcir Qwu 1lLlIlCliW'UI'k. Around the World KlOlJlfl,lNG Cflllilgilllxl X9 C5l'l'lil'l'9 IU: iln' lfSXlCl fnsli- lU!l Nl1UXN' .ire llirliiirw li"llli'Ir'A Xluly' Xlfw- lisl-X. li.1lL'i" .Xml jones. X Blf,Xl'Tll'l'l. DXY lwtiiafl ,l"'-ir Qliiflvr' C "" Crinies, lerry lullifwt. Cniiol L.lllIIl.1fP'I'. Siimxzriv- R41 ton. and login Wilkinson to the Wayside Shrine ii discuss Mission projects. 'fwfr Q 'J ' A4 ': Jul, USMC PRESIDENT CLXROI. DLTITY eonsults her notes as Olixii Bnish, Pgnn Dillon. .ind Yxonne- llnsswn offer 4'l!!"NIll1I1ifill'flllLl!"II1t'1'IlHH4 AS NOEL M.'XRSlI.'XI.L XVRITES A LETTER to Hour missionary priest." Rosm-niziry Lehniun :ind Maureen llunnrin offer helpful suggestions. .-.M R Armstrong I-V A Chex alrcr M Donox WW Vs R Lanman 4 A E O Connor A PYIOIO E Rs an Y' i ts Q v. I v 'Uv 1 uitx R Barbour B Beane "f Rvw- ,,f s 'Y Borger L Browncss C Bullock TAN Cl xgctt Cohn Collms Connor A Lostr llo J' 'rx VK Fdwards H Hott M Gllmorc Hemlcm D Hoagland ffflk Logan P Lyons 'VI XIc'VIurrcr D M1115 S Morrlson IIA SHOWING OFF THEIR NEW SPRING UNIFORNIS are Betty Oden, Donna Hoagland, Gayle Rxonda, Betty Colhm Susan Kraft, Barbara Beane, and Rlta Barbour J Carnahan DCW ald Qi Kraft Ielson B Odcn G Rlonda NI Sclullo A-,, W ..,,,3 .,.V,V.: 3 Mt ,r. Q L , -vtat I . W ,. I Y" ' ' A flff f 5' 2 ,ur K' ,f I A ' I 7 A ..,: I . A la I if I f X' X 4 I- . ,Ja W N . . , A. . , , 4 454. f- rg v . " ' 'f- J' ' L. I' Q53 ,,4 5 9' ' M 'W A I f L 5' X AQ. ri lv. M f al Qi' A V" 5 ' Y l . 't ' S, 2 M. ' E. ' C. . ' - N. Q I 5-2 , Ar ,f..,7 f gf tu T. h I nv 4 ry V , ' .4 3 ' .f , 2.113 B M , .. if ,of ,la I , I 7,1- I f g V h - . A I .J-M K -at 'JL N if f ' f.' 71 If - f I . 'im M, . I , ' . ' C. ' ' , . t S, to F' ,, M - , rg ' A is -rf I I if A YT' l L ' f 'if - ' I f -,ai UL, 5' I 4 A ' - . ' I I 3 1 f , N. :QA ff'--. g , H , I , f 4. "A I f AU- . B. . ' . . A A . . ' . ' E. IN 'aff Y' I I YI' -1' I , , pf' QI V , , A ,Jw 1 X F5-. ' . . , "L Y X' A ' ' if-if O Bush NI Brnclley HERES THE. KEY' says Ilona Dulislxl to Olxua Balsh Roberta OLeary Caxol Llwlor Bxcncll Roddy XIIYSIILK Shea md Conme Halle as they gather for x lunLh pgrxod song If II B lg Ditko P Dlllon D llmgyns NI Hurley lx Puzzxm Rlce D ilumnson A Tana Q7 'vi N11 if L1 K J Doyle J Krebs Roddy Taylor 9 2 I Dul islu Ex ans fl-rx Af C Lawlor C Nhrehettl C Roe emxnn E Sehlnznnbaclxer X TDOIIIIS P Tolbon ff tiff!! as P Goettelmann E. NILGa1r1ghy Lin I P Stlllllb B Vx :tt A I l sea Betty Bullough Corgan Halle uf? J' R Olaeary XI She X Z 1l11l I . L D ,I l I A ' lu. . - ,' ,l " 5 A A 'ff a y - vs, . - av Q ' . , 1 1' I .Uv Lklihgl k 4 v Q w y l D -W .' . .e A - . E. . ' ' K. f f gg, ' " , ,V ' Y 1 ,LL i A J. K ' . I D . . 1 .' ,L l L , ' 3, , , .3 A A Y , L e is y n fi ,Un V ff. My L-1 . ,I ' lx C ' , 1 C y a':f--' A D A C 1,- J ,, A l - S- - ,. ' . , . - . ..., . , gm' Q I , , 7 A A . V 1 Y-1 .Xl 'bfh sfxf 7- ' ' A A E. ' B. ' , 5 L . ' L ' ' . ' L A . -41 7 , ! "y - Am " 3 1-f :Q . V , A'-' I f fb Q If , I V, Q Bechtold C Goodwm mr' Lynch B Phllpott f.A iw M Tully an-lk s L NN 1lson S Wolfe an Q ff V' I 4 'IN' -I M Blunda D Grlflin Q'Y J Manmng ff E Queenm J Wells K Wmegarden E Wratten lf' md C Burrows P Cralgle x g M Hurlexgh A aap I K Marjorarn E McG1nley A Nw Rlchards E Schwedler 6 if Y Dawson M Dxller .4 limb KIICOYDC G Kmnahan ffl. 7 lg McMahor P Medlar if 1 E Slpkov H Sugrue S Frederlcks M Koelle f' Murtaugh R Tolbert ENJOYING CHIPS COKES AND CONVERSATION durmg lunch perlod are Lorrame W1lson Ellsabeth Sxpkov Sandra Wolfe Elleen Queenln Marjorle Koelle Joan Lynch and Patrlcla Craxgle l ' 91 p ,,. q. V - , M ll A if A ee- A rl, M 'V ff ! Y x A ,fx ,fig ' 1 ' 1, ,J lr! E .... ' ' , , ' , ' Q F' ' Q 3' ga ' - , , . ' I Ar I ZV he ,- 'C 1 A A 'I ' ' fl, ,l , ,552 L . Vg! ,- . ' . ' . ' . J C. ' . ' . V Y .X , I - KL H: ' A I ' 5' , 'A ' e ' 1 A A -2el" j A A A fag Z 1 :'-: I 2' V ff' W, Z, ' - . - A I ' N .-- . 2 A 1 -X A Jn, if M. . ' . ' . ' S. . P. A . C A In ' 5: ,lf K, - I . W ,xt Hx t il, ' 'V' Q V' Y, ' '55 . ' V' 1 ,f ' fx, ' W if -1 XXI' -. 1 - 5 Q . A N - ,re -A -r II ff . . . . 7 . , - - . . Y" . . . , . . ' . . ' J r Q ' V Ei' 1 S , ,. f 5 uw. 1 f . W. x 1 1 5 5' se " .Ii fe ' ff f ,A ,,2' GOOD AFTERNOON GIRLS. This is Carroll Duffy, Rita Fink, and Collette Muir, and we have an important announcement to make." 7 0 I Y? . ,WS JA K. DeBroske 1 Q' 1' B. Ferrari S. Hersberger C. A. Myers .,,..- . 6 X 4 .9 X W -7 . H. DeMarco ff- ? 'gi Exim R. A. Fink WM' - my 1 .: . R 1. Y D. Hillock P. Peak . . r 5 I ? , X M. J. Dobyns 'fi 5' R . gf 5 M. Gallagher Ifx rl C. Landenburger M. Sauer 2 M. Alderton N.. lvl, I ! C. Chambers IID PVT' Y' y3?"'g .df C. Brookbank :Ere '71-r' SA V 5 .'.. P. Davis yr Q I ni, - P. Dowling C. A. Duffy E. Dunbar B. Faller .- A 5 .. .A izi' f . . 'QQ' i A inf . A . X if S. Garges A. Grayson P. Green M. Hayes Q ' . . A 4 V H 11 . My rf , Y L x J X ' K? J. Manning M. McKenna C. Morris C. Muir A. Stewart P. Sweeney E. Tripp J. Trossevin IT S' 'L i , mf W1 ' .A ...I A- .MC Adventure In Silence CROSSING THE VIA MATRIS on their way to Mass are Avis Cotter, Nancy Horton, Sally Foster, and Patricia Stuckey. DIRECTING THEIR STEPS TOWARD THE WAYSIDE SHRINE, Barbara Rabbitt, Noel Marshall, and Mary Teresa O'Hare pause for a prayer to Christ Crucified. BETWEEN CONFERENCES the out-of-doors provides material for reflexion. ik? "Qu TAKING ADVANTAGE of one of the main requi- sites of a. good retreat are Donna Hillock, Susan Gorges, Pat Sweeney, and Pat Green who wait in line for confession. juniors Scan Social Horizons .L Ffifii 41' WE LOL LD HAY E D-XNQED ALL NIGHT as the bind pliynd on durmg the Sea flrcr s Frohc n w1th the Dance IIICIIIIGIITINC THE IRON1xns the NI m h m honor of our B11 send Niothgr X 'NIIRRUR RPILFC TS tha lowing xtmosp Pr? th: Shox: h llll 2 YN mt B 111m 28 Grmd Q ' , 0 o o 1 y 3 ' A YI " 3 xx J , rw '- , V ' V! ,M J ' I 4 ' - ' 1 . , g, f . . If , 1' . - Q " J L h Y of '-1 '. ', A om. 4-fin, ." w ., X I I A 'Sui 1. IIEART FILLED with Happiness. CIQPID BALL QUEEN, Beth Ann lNIcGarraghy, accompanied by her attendants, Alice Hayes and 1 Judy Davis. smiles radiantly after winning the cov- eted crown. le ,X i ziawf EYES GLOWED WITH STARDLST on the night Hllcd with April Love - Our Prom. Sz: 9 5 , ' ' i' A V A ? ii - il. 4 .1 L L A4225 33. wi 1 'A , K ' ,E 'af' f 1' ' bfi ,sg . A . 4 ' fx A ' ,. ,av 4 1 'fl ,Y n ' . 3 ij? 5 1 1 A f - A+ Sweethearts Bring SYLVIA AND DAME PAULA listen to the sweet nothings whispered by Franz. Does Biikel approve? FLIRTATIOUS LT. KARL accepts a five hand salute from Toinette,Nanette, Lizcttc, Cluirctte, and Babette. Zilania IO Upton Street SYLVIA GETS A ROYAL RIDE into the Laundry of the XN'hite Geese in Bruges. 'l"1- Sylvia ........ Dame Paula .... Mikel Mikelovitz . Franz .......... Lieutenant Karl . , Hon. Percy Algern Petrus Van Tromp Aristide Caniche Liane ........... Captain Laurent ,. First Footman .. . Second Footman . . . Lizette ....,.... Clairette . . . Babette . . . Jeanette . . . inette anette 11391 Ufx gr' CURTAIN CALL for our "Sweethearts" fn. SWEETHEARTS ' "H , . . Carter-Anne Gibson 7-, M ...........,SheilaHickey fvgf xx' . .,.,..... Mary Claire Winkle 6 '75 P V .,, . . . . .. Mary Catherine McGarraghy 9 4:2 ' ....,........... Angela Therese Tolbert 9 bfxii on Slingsby ..,. Constance Grimm 4 ' .' ...MaryMcDonald ' 'jf .....Giel Foster 'K' ' ..... Barbara Vee 5, . . . Elizabeth Davis 5""l" A , ...... Lynn Fay l ...., Carolyn Lenz . . . , Rosemary Kadan Charlotte Wenger .,.... Diana Safie Julia Lane Judith Clark Kathleen Muldoon .xx SYI,X'I.'X AND LRANZ - SXN'CL'll1CL1l'LS fun-x'c1'. l f LLXNE. YAN TROMP. CLXNICILF. AND XKLSISY um- uoiiclf-z'it.uly into Ihr- future, X OICES OF HOLY CROSS KENSINGTONI lxft rcsonantly in song. Q 5 NAIRE, Dcnni lklack. dcscrxcs X H fl a place of honor for loyal .40 "' J,'JQY'q ffl? P I A NIS T EXTRAORDI service. M A D R I G A L S Barbara Vcc. Carter-Anno Gibson. She-ilu Hirkcy, Je-an Murpluy. Mary Catherine Mcflarraulmy, Geri Crzxvaritis. Diana Safiv. Charlotte NNY-nun-r. Danni Muck. Rosemary Kadan, and Gin-l lfostvr use God-given tal- ents to give glory to Him during the lloly Thursday Mass. U.-XLTIIOUGII WERE FEW IN NUM- I BER. we're the finest in the Land." ex- claim Freshman Glce Club members as they Celebrate St. Patriclfs Day. J, rf' .1 "THE HORSE KNOWS THE YVAY TO CARRY gers of the sleigh are Biargaret Sauer, Sharon THE SLEIGH," o'er the Holy Cross stage in Ken- lNIcMahon. Mary jo Edwards, and Beth Ann Ryan. sington. where Freshmen and Sophomores prepared Nancy De NVald leads the "dappled" gray. a gay holiday program of Christmas music. Passen- INSPIRING MELODIES rang out in Moreau Hall on Passion Sunday when the award- winning Glee Club presented the nineteenth annual Sacred Concert. HCA HCA HCA HCA HCA HCA HCA HCA HCA L'NlJIiFE.-X'l'EIJ SEASON GANIE SCIIICID L'I F St. Cvccliak . . . I111111z1f'11Iatc- CiOIll'i'IJliOI1 Holy'1'1-iniry Illlllmclllalzl Holy Naum-s uuim' XYZIYSHY . , .. Almxmuc Slum- Riclqv . . IJIIIIIJLUIOII X X "ITS A ICMP. Tcnsicm mounts ns the opposing players lCl'llCh for the ball in L1 dccisivc game with Im- 1u:1c'u1.1tg1's Jay V l r, J s IIANT UYI-ZR TIIIQ YXRSITYS SHC- SILL SIQXSKJX .uw tl1"'Il"llLlO'I'5 .Xxxw imi- 'liyhlm-11 Killlflljflll. E111-1-11 Kfulduml. 5.1113 In 11-r, D:-uw lullz.11'd. Hf'1r'n I'1IlIAl'U.xh. Cuxxulf- Jl'l. .4-f' 1' 4 mal 'i 1 , , v - V.. , W, J .A 5,3 5: 1 4 if 9 UNDERCLASS GYM STUDENTS learn the fundamentals of volleyball, ITS A TENSE MOMENT for the spectators and the players. as 'Q ' .1 xg ' v-L 11 Hands on Deck 4 " as ! PRACTICE M A K E S PERFECT- point, set, match. F L . 63 i E A T. Alvarez B. Bcirne J. Bilyeu r T P. Cliggett B. Coffrcn "JUST LOOKING," say Junior A officers, Barbara Coflnren, Den- ise Folliurd. Bren Bcirne, and Sheila McCarthy, visitors to the ever-popular bookstore. 'Q 'H' 5 if T, Lennon S. Longo S. McCarthy E. Sera L. Shelton J. A. Slattery ' W' - W. 5 ,Q V Q1 gil, S' x 'Y ,g T. Boswell l Q.: II My L. Dominguez S. Foster S. Hickey E7 f R. Kadan , A,l. Z' C, Murphy P. Stuckey S' Q- . golf? K. Bourg J. Clark 7 Q? M. C. Fahy D. Folliard 3 A. Gamero A. Gurrabrant ls x '-A- ' I T, Y 4 V N. Horton M. F. Jones i , M. L. Lanman LcBrun I . '41 'Q .M 'S f ' 23 Rabbitt D. Rooney A. lN'iltz U. Yort sg . ' I 7' ,El M F' ' P x g C. Amante E. Breen M. Callaghan gsm ri V b '7 L x H M. Collins S. Conroy J. Davis . 1" f W . ,r V VA, , ' 1 V. Gray C. Grimes C. Kirby-Smith a L 4 4 I 1 P Q A L - Q , . Q7 X Korzendorfer B. Lavclle P. Leahy 5 j if 'F' 2 t 55 '- s f I J. Leon L. Lipscomb P. Livingston 4. ,k. Y L t Z , ,E K. Lynch E. McCarthy M. McNeill J. O'Hare S. Ralston M. Robertson 6 k 'Ft' V li 6 P. Callahan E. Cannady Q C. Ebel P. Enzler in fi , A579 3 L 'fd s "YVHAT'S ON THE AGENDA for the next meeting?" questions Pat Livingston of other class officers Pat Callahan, Mary Calla- han, and Jean O'Hare. , ,, .,. . Li' M. Murphy E. Muldoon P. Sheehan E. Swagart Y 'I' as t. v " l ? M. Barreras M. Cromelin fv A 1:-if , J Donaldson Haden 4? , Downs Ha f. ,f Hanlon Horman L Jacquez M In Larkm M Morris Joyce Lynch Murphy F c"' M Q Q, 142: infill if s. Cole E. Dc Leon M. Dillon B S Fltzpatrlck J Gleason L Grav DOING RESEARCH for the Cathollc Press project are class officers Barbara Mclnteer 'Vlargaret Morrxs Rosemary Vandoren and Elleen Larkm 1n the newly remodeled llbrary T? Nl Mccloskey 'vi McDon1lCl B lvlqlmcer D OConnor R Vandoren S Wxld q a i T ' A rj ta B L J. N. ll , ,Q - 4 f f af ff ,"" Q ,L P. M. Q 4 . . X- - l 4 J ' ' ' J : in f 5 E M L li l' l- I S. ' .. ' , . . ' 1 . ' 6? z. ' q J L T 7, L- f 5 Semors Embark 1n uest of the W111 of God W, Zh ' Q X ', 'L f ww, Q: if X 312, Q f-vs , : W fl . x W X .1 V ar 4 , I STUDENT COUNCIL MEMBERS Terry O'Hare and Betty Davis are assisted by Shirley Hooker as they serve Mary Claire W'inkle and her parents at the annual tea. Counselors Steer Course Denise Isollnrd and Lonnie Grimm presents medals hump t dtliahtfu time at the tea gixcn to the student bods Niothfr NI Rosa E111 xbeth 42 1 ' - ,QI " 41" h in f A ' I L , , I 'Q - MOTHER NI. ROSE ELIZABETH, assisted by NIEMBERS Ol: THE STUDENT BODY seem to " ' '. . ' ' ' . be fl "K l ' by STL DFNT COL 'NC ILORS Demsc F0111 1rd Rose 111 in X 'Ill Dorn Il Nhrx C 1l l1Lh111 B1rb1r1 Coffrcn Nl 1rg1ret NIorr1s Frances Cullman Kithlcen Muldoon L s n n F11 Batty Duns Pllflfll Nfoss 11111 Line mn O I arc T c r r y O Hare PI'CS1dCI1t 1 n C o n n 1 e G r 1 m m X 160 Prc S1dm nt rncct to df-tc-r1111nc tho Llcc t1on sl 1tc Troubled Seas it - -', 'L' e' .j.. . .. .-Ll A 5 A J , nil, xy L-- 2'L 1 , J. 1.1. I., . cl 1 1. lil e f . : . 'ati' 5' " " A ' ls.: 3 . "HOW'S THAT?" inquires Mrs. Rose Olson, school nurse, of Lucia Dominquez, as Teresa Lennon "weighs in." Away from Home RETURNING FROM AN ENJOYABLE AFTERNOON SHOW are residents Lucia Dorninquez, Ellen Breen, and Tulia Alvarez. THAT SPECIAL INTENTION sends Suzanne Fitzpatrick, Diane Safie, and Alice Gamero to the "Little Chapel." iw 25 'I' v-dl CAROL SHOCK RECEIVES Adrienne lViltz'S fIIlLlIlC'llll pledge IIS Illllillilfll Iizivf-lle , , . . . and In-ggi' c.ll.l3l' f111cl IIll'.lS.lIll 111:-1-11111-' in last ye:1r's Ton en. WASHINGTON COLLABO- RATES WITH KENSING- TON as Towers editors Mary Ann Wilson, Sarah Partridge, Linda Schank and Betty Davis confer with Elaine Schwedler, Pat Sweeney, Maureen Dono- van and Ellen Rice. 'Towers' Rises for STAFF MEMBERS Mary Ann Wilson. Helen Finnegan. Kathy Baldwin, Vera Scaglione. and Carolyn Lenz "place the face' as they identify thumbprints. ULOOK! Some new words for write-ups rejoice Natalie La Crosse. Janeen Saur, Kathy Eckloff, a n d M a r y jane Schmidt. N1 XKING DECISIVE PLANS for Towers are shippers Linda Schank. Betty Davis, Mary Ann XX ilson Sarah Partridge, and Joyce Keller. ia -1. , 4 . . I-. xhffl 5 A an .zzwlwsif HELPFUL NIEMBERS of the Circulation Staff Kathy O'Brien. Sandy Brooks, and Mary Alice Fisk address the Out- going Copies of the Cleaner. Time ARE THESE TWO "Profiles in Courage" or studies in nervous- ness? Gleaner reporters Frances Cullinan and Vanna Castiglione obtain Senator Kennedy's views on women in polities. and Printer NATIONAL AWARDS have been achieved for the Gleaner through the efforts of Marilyn Lloyd, Barbara Callan, Franees Cullen, Lynn Fay, Jessica Austin, and Mary Teresa O'Hare. ui i- I GENEROLS SOPHOMORE VOLUNTEERS Eliza beth Oden. Patricia lviecllar, Rita Barbour, and Bar barn Beane tvne copy to meet an on-coming deadline. x 7 PREPARING ASSIGNLIENTS for a Gleaner meet- ing. ecliiorial staff members Kathleen Lipscomb, Frances Cullinnn. Ynnna Cnstiglione. Lynn Fay, Norine Downs. and Mary Claire YN'inlxle exznnine questionnaires, Wait for 0 Man THE CiI.lf.4.VIfIf CELEBRATES its lTth lmirtliclny with cake. ezxndles. and I1 wish from Sheila McCarthy, Dolores Belfiore. Mary Lou Lnnxnnn. Julie Sehlnudeeker. jackie Bilyegxu. Una Yort. Marie Cromlin, Frances Cullinan. and Elayne McCarthy. ELDA SILVIA ALX AREZ 7 Av 314-19 Zonal Guatemala C1ty Guatemala Sodahty 4 Leglon of Mary 4 Class Cheerleader 1 Dramatscs Crew4 CCD 4 Friendly and lovable diligent worker letter wntzng enthusiast sunny smile KATHLEEN ADELE BALDWIN 6325 Edmonston Road East Riverdale, Maryland NHSg Towers 45 CCD 4. Relaxing personality , , . loves to dance accepts responsibility newcomer from Mackin. ALICE ANN ALTHOUSE 5532 Charles Street Bethesda Maryland Glee Club 3 Red Cross Rep 13 Class Cheerleader 1 3 Hey' Guess what happened' impzsh eyes vwaczous 'imzted laughter JESSIC A MARGARET AL STIN 2804 13th Street N E Washmgton D C Class Treas 1 Gleaner 34 Sct ence Club 4 Debatmg 2 Dramatscs Crew 4 Jessie fashion uzthout fad Oh Beans' slim and trim conternplator BARBARA ANINE BELSON 6119 W scasset Road Washmgton D C Sodalxty 14 CCD 4 Leglon of Mary4 Bonny' zm prom pta remarks Rats ever willing artist auto matte 51 DOLORES KATHERINE BELFIORE 5518 Chevy Chase Parkway Washington, D. C. Sodality 1-49 Gleaner 2-4g Science Club 4g Class Team 3g Leafle- teers 2. "Deen . . , Gleaner gal . . . "What am I going to do?" . . . Italian cuisine. CLARA HILDA BIANCHI 5 Av 1751254 Zonal Guatemala Clty Guatemala Legxon of Mary 4 Brzght and refreshzng enjoys S'pamsh mum: ardent swimmer fourth year entrant SAN DRA JANE BROOKS 8909 Bradley Boulevard Bethesda Maryland Gleaner C1r Staff 34 Class Cheer leader 1 Dramatlcs Crew 4 Sandy rnfectzous giggle knack for kmttmg uture secretary JOANNA THERESA BRAY 5608 Abbia Road Washington D. C. Sodality l' Legion of Mary 34' Class Team 2 3 avzd dm' fan Qu ext ce que c est? calm cool and collected PATRICIA MAY BREEN 5703 Anmston Road Bethesda Maryland Sodallty 24 Gleaner 23 CSMC Rep 1 Dramatxcs Crew 4 Leafle teers 1 Sclence Club 4 Patsy Europe bound m 58 :pmt of szncertty whirl wmd 52 ELIZABETH ANN BRAY Shady Knolls Vtenna Vtrgmla Class Treas 34 Sodallty 14 Gleaner 24 Latln Club 4 Le gxon of Mary 3 Leafleteers 2 Class Cheerleader 1 3 Ann organzzatzon and efi czency Tres bzen enthu szasm unlzmzted JEANNE THERESB BLTLER 3131 Tennyson Street Nl W Washington D C Sodallty Rep 34 Glee Club 4 Operetta 4 CSMC 1 4 Class Cheerleader 3 Red Cross 34 Pmkze well groomed Why dont you try to scrubbed look BARBARA FARNSXN ORTH CALLEN 5919 Wooten Drlve Falls Church Vxrgmla Sodallty 14 Gleaner 2 4 Latin Club 4 Sacred Heart Rep 2 Red Cross Rep 1 Bobble mysterzous mermazd t r a U l Gleaner Paper doll rmglets zn the ram MARY DENISE CLEARY VANNA FIORENZA CASTIGLIOYE 8718 Sundale Drive Silxer Spring Maryland Sodalrty 24 Gleaner 34 Sc1ence Club 4 Dramatxcs Crew 34 Latm Club 4 Class Cheerleader 2 CCD4 Oh how gag' Mzddlebury summers Szlver Blades' Vatzcan vzsztor 3733 Oln er Street N W Washmgton D C Sodalxty 14 Gleaner 23 Oper etta 4 Class Cheerleader 13 Scx ence Club 4 CCAC Rep 4 Leafleteers 1 2 Pooehy constantly coopera we magnetre personalzty generous chauffeur MARGARET ANN CHASE 5303 Tuscarawas Road Washmgton D C Class Treas 2 Sodallty Touers 4 Sclence Club 4 Class Cheerleader 1 3 Dramatxcs Crew Peggy' characterzstzc chuckle Want a rzde 7 alarm flock blues capsule comments KATHLEEN MARIE C ARMODY 6121 Nevada Avenue N W Washmgtlon D C Sodahty 14 Towers 4 Glee Club 4 Operetta 3 Debaung Club 2 SCICHCC Club 4 Class Team 14 Leg1on of Mary 3 Knzt one purl two pastime eomzcal commentary conta gzous la u g h t e r buoyant personalzty MARGARET MARY COOK 4309 Center Street Chevy Chase Maryland CCD Treas 4 Sclence Club VP 4 VBISIIY 4 Legwn of Mary 3 Class Team 1 3 Cheese and crackers fanatzc rzght arm of 4Bs team math whiz battled energy GERALDINE MARIE CRAVARITIS 11519 Michale Court Silver Sprmg Maryland Sodal1ty 2 4 Glee Club 2 Mad rxgals 34 Class Cheerleader 2 Dramatics Crew 4 Leafleteers 1 Gen mquzsztwe needle woman frequent composer of mum' HCA Rembrandt FRANCES IRENE CULLEN 1340 Quincy Street, N.E. Washington, D. C. Class VP 35 Gleaner 2-45 Class Team 1-35 Debating 25 Dramatics Crew 35 Sacred Heart Rep. 2. "Fran" . . . proud aunt . . . "Oh .tmashfu . . . small bundle of enthusiasm. AVIS MARIE COTTER Sugar Loaf Valley Farm Dlckerson Maryland Sodahty 14 Glee Club 34 Var sity Cheerleader 4 Class Cheer leader 1 3 Latin Club 3 Tinker dzstant commuter she 15 what the seems to be taps her way to stardom ANNE MARIETTA CRONIN 4011 18th Street NW Washlngton D C Sodallty 14 Class Cheerleader 13 Sacred Heart Rep 1 Thzrteen year student no' eroehets beautzfully carefree and generous FELICIA JOANNE D AMICO 3604 Greenly Street Silver Spring Maryland Operetta 34 Dramatlcs Crew 4 Wzsh przma ballerma talented typzst exotzc grace ful and dzgnzfied 54 FRANCES MARIE CULLINAN 1415 Greenbriar Street Arlington, Virginia NHS5 Q 8: S5 Gleaner 2,3, Editor 45 Class Pres. 45 Class VP 25 So- dality 2-45 Science Club 45 Latin Club 3,45 Class Team 2-4. "Missy" . . . self-made wardrobe . . . welcome .right at deadline . . . combines intelligence with viuacity. JOAN ELIZABETH DEVINE 5340 42nd Street N W Washington D C Sodality 1 Red Cross VP 3 Pres 4 Glee Club 3 4 Science Club 4 Class Team 1 3 Sweet disposition music lover zealous Red Cross worker future in nursing MARY SUSAN DONAHUE 5019 Allen Road Washington, D. C. Sodality 4g Madrigals 4gGlee Club 3g Varsity 45 Class Team l-3. "Susie" . . , collegiate Miss , . . "Little Dynamo" . . , specializes in typing . . . fast forward. ELIZABETH JEAN DAVIS 5807 5th Street N W Washington D C Class Pres l Class VP 4 Towers Editor 4 Sodality 34 Red Cross VP 4 Dramancs 4 Legion of Mary 3 Class Team 13 Varsity 34 Lealleteers l Betty dependability with a grin Tower s prop Transit s greatest rival HILDA ANNIE DILLER 4205 Glenrose Street Kensington Maryland Class VP 1 Sodality 14 Operetta 4 Varsity 4 Class Team 13 Leafleteers 1 Mol tennis fiend fe ne sazs pas' abundant femmznzty consczentzous student ALICE LOUISE EDSON 6132 Western Avenue Chevy Chase Maryland Sodality 4 Glee Club 4 Operetta Pleasmg personalzty vwaczous smile Seen my lunch? Pennsylvanzas gzft to the Senior Class 55 KATHERINE ADLELE ECKLOFF 4412 Highland Avenue Bethesda, Maryland Sodality 1-4g Varsity 45 Class Team I-35 Dramatics Crew 4. "Kathy" . . . perfect eoijfeur . . . "How about that?" . . . ready smile . . . sparkling conversationalist. MARY LYNN FAY 6005 Cromwell Drlve Washmgton D C Class Pres 34 Sodallty Gleaner '74 CCD Secy 4 Dra ma.t1cs 4 Class Cheerleader 2 3 Lynn tenms devotee Gzrls may I please have your at tentzon9 eficzency expert MIGIEL ELIZABETH FOSTER 3530 Quesada Street N W Washmgton D C Sodahty 4 Glee Club 2 Madrlgals 34 Sclence Club 4 Dramat1cs 4 Debatmg 2 Class Team 3 Class Cheerleader 2 Sacred Heart 3 Red Cross Rep 1 Gze ready wzt forever ehangzng hazr styles Gee Wzllzkers songstress CAROL LOUISE FISHER 5410 20th Avenue Hyattsvllle Maryland Legron of Mary 3 Leafleteers 12 Dramaucs Crew 4 Fas easy gomg fnend and sympathxzer unassummg but essentzal MARY ALICE FISK HELEN MARIE F INNEGAN 4831 Tllden Street NW Washington D C Class Secy 2 Sodahty 1 Gleaner 3 Towers 4 Scxence Club 4 Var sxty Cheerleader 4 Class Cheer leader 1 3 Specs and frees knack wzth new dances Sounds wzld' small but mzghty JOAN CAROLYN GAITHER 124 Carroll Street Washlngton D C Sodahty I4 Class Team 3 Class Cheerleader 2 Operetta 4 Leaf leteers 1 Fzrst to volunteer rhythrmc ee peppy What dzd you get? delzghtful entertazner 3507 Bradley Lane Chevy Chase Maryland Gleaner clrculatlon 3 4 Frzsky placzd and pleasant Gee Whzz unassumzng backer up of school projects 56 M ARX ANNE GINCERX MARIE ANTIONETTE CIBEAU 3 West Lenox Street Chevy Chase, Maryland Glee Club 3 Class Team 2 Class Cheerleader 1,3 Spamsh Club 4 CCD 4 Dramancs Crew 4 Red Cross Rep 2 3 Sacred Heart Rep 1 Leafleteersl Geebs' never a dull moment Whos gomg to the czrclei' queenly qualztzes VICTORIA CYNTHIA GRECO 3911 Ingomar Street N W Washmgton D C Class Pres 12 Sodal1ty 14 Le gxon of Mary 3 Secy 4 CCD 4 Vzeky' artzstzcally mclmed flair for design true Le gtonnazre poettcally znspzred 9504 jones Mxll Road Chevy Chase lviaryland Dramatlcs Crew 3 4 Constantly kmttmg argyle: ever uzllmg arttst frequent hostess partial to Kaz Chek MARY HELEN GODWIN 4525 Fairfield Drive Bethesda Maryland Class VP 1' Sacred Heart Rep. 2 4. Thats life! . . . sunny nature , . . competent driver . . . the short and sweet of it. 57 CARTER ANNE GIBSON 6420 Gamet Dnve Chevy Chase Maryland Sodalmty 14 Glee Club 3 Madn gals 4 Dramancs 4 Latln Club 34 Class Cheerleader 2 Class Team 1 Sacred Heart Rep 3 CSMC Rep 2 Sylvia has that Vogue look always ready for fun o notch soprano ALINA MERCEDES CRINIANIX Avella meda if 56 Camaguey Cuba Sodahty 4 Legxon of Mary CCD4 A Cuban eutze skzlled m shorthand My goodness beautzful dreamer MARGARET ANN HALL 220 'Tlllfd Street S E Washmgton D C Sodalxty 1 3 4 Leglon of Mary 4 Glee Club 4 Latln Club 3 Oper etta 4 M Dzor admzrer we come returnee tn unzor year Fore refreshzng reserve MARY CONSTANCE GRIMM 3708 Ollver Street N W Washmgton D C Student Councrl VP 4 Class Pres 3 Sodallty 2 4 Dramatxcs 4 Class Team 13 Leafleteers 12 Sclence Club 4 Madrxgals 34 Connze typzcal Irzsh colleen favorzte with everyone many trans tn the fire MARGARET MARY HAR PER 5304 Goldsboro Road Bethesda, Maryland Spanish Club 4. "Peggy" . . , photogenic . . . fash ioned minded . . . even dispositim . . sunlight in her hair. MARIEA CHRISTINE HELLMERS 8607 Howell Road Bethesda Maryland Varsxty 4 Class Team 1 1 ence Club 4 Dramatxcs Crew 4 You too can be replaced tzckles the wones basketball vocabulary tgnztzon expert 58 MAUREEN TERESA HANNAN 5041 Upton Street N W Washmgton, D C CSMC Rep 14 CSMC C1tyw1de Treas 4 Operetta4 Lealleteers 1 2 Reenze class optzmzst graczous hostess neat and po ze spmted personalzty JANICE MARIE HEIK EN 3618 Ingomar Place, N.W. Washington, D. C. Class Pres. 25 Class VP 35 Class Sec'y 1,4g Soclality 1-45 Glee Cluh 3-45 Cleaner 2-35 Class Team l-3. "Ian" . . . future inzerzor decorator . . . "You owe me a phone call" . . . good natured. SHIRLEY MARIA HOOKER Casnlla De Correo 719 Ascumon Paraguay NHS Sodahty Rep 34 CCD Gleaner 24 Legron of Mary 3 Leafleteers 2 Kitten on the Keys' unzque penmanshzp metzculous appear ance damty but determmed CAROLYN TRETLER JORDAN 2007 Erie Street West Hyattsville, Maryland Sodality 3,45 Red Cross Rep. 2 Q CCD 45 Dramatics Crew 4. "Let me tell you."' . . . collects miniature elephants . . . quiet composure. CAROLE AIN NE JONES 2901 Tllden Street NW Washmgton D C NHS Class Pres 2 Class Secy 3 VZISITY Cheerleader 3 4 Class Cheerleader 3 Legion of Mary 3 Laun Club 3 Charmmg ways twznklmg eyes week ends rn Wheaton collects postcards MARY JUNE HILL 4802 Somerset Road R1verda1e Maryland Class Team 13 Glee Club 2 Latm Club 3 Debatmg Towers 4 Twcedze lull of logzc Are you serzous7 the thmker impromptu remarks MARY RENEE KERNAN 4323 44th Street N W Washmgton D C Sodahty 12 Class Cheerleader 14 Leglon of Mary 3 Span1sh Club4 Bozo petzte package of pep bandstand fan fztterbug Mary Speczaltzes potato chzps and pepszs 59 JOYCE ANN KELLER 4802 Somerset Road Riverdale, Maryland Sodality 1,2g Class Cheerleader 1,25 Gleaner 2g Dramatics Crew 4. "joy" .. . social worker-to-be . . . treasures a good book . . . "It's just fabulous."' ,,. ,Mx MARY FRANCES KINNAHAN 4110 Mlhtary Road N W Washmgton D C Sodahty 1 Class Team 14 Bell system supporter always ready to supply a laugh authonty on popular muszc MARY CARROLL LEE 4206 Hamrlton Street HyattSV1llB Maryland Q 8: S CSMS Rep 2 4 Sodallty 12 Class Cheerleader 1 Dramat rcs Crew 3 Gleaner 24 Teen Board Representatwe ardent CSMC worker alert ap pearance brzght and cheerful NATALIE ANN LaCROSSE 5713 6th Street, N.W. Washington, D. C. Sodality 1-4 5 Class Cheerleader 1,25 CCD 4g Tower: 4. "Fabuloux!" . . . Captivating per- Svfllllifjv . . . petite miss . . . loves that typing . . . onion ice cream. JULIA ANN LANE 3227 North George Mason Drrve Arhngton V1rg1n1a Class VP 4 Sodalrty 14 Glee Club 4 Dramaucs 4 Scrence Club 4 Sacred Heart Rep 3 ulze graceful ballerma summer dramatic: serenzty personzfied elastic feature: 60 ANNE MARIE KOKA 2907 29th Street N W Washlngton D C Sodallty 2 3 V Prefect 4 CCD VP 4 Class Team 2 4 DfaH1atlCS Crew 3 4 Pleasant convereatzonalzst cor dzal mdwzdual bulletm board speczalzst cooperative and ebervl ROSEMARY DELORES LEHMAN 2220 Beechwood Road Hyattsvrlle Maryland CSMC Rep 4 Glee Club 4- Op eretta 4 Class Cheerleader 1 2 Cookze perfect lady Really? artzstzc talent Still waters run deep CAROLYN ANNE LENZ 5603 Pioneer Lane Washington D C CSMC Rep 1 2 Sodahty 1 4 Class Team 1 4 Dramatics 4 Towers 4 Pickles' You betchum' Pepsodent smzle Easters zn Mzamz Immaculate bound DENNI KATHLEEN MACK 3631 39th Street Washington D C NHS Class VP 2 Class Treas 3 Sodahty 4 Latm Club 3 Madrl gals 34 Class Cheerleader 12 Sacred Heart Rep 4 Merry heart New Orleans bound true blue HCA S oficzal accompanzst MARY KATHLEEN LIPSCOMB 4123 Military Road, N.W. Washington, D. C. Sodality 1,3,4g Legion of Mary 3,45 Class Team l-45 Varsity 3,43 Dramatics Crew 45 Gleaner 2-45 CCD 4. Amzable mzxer an eye for style journalism aspxrant mmm ture model BARBARA MARY LEOIN NIG Landover Maryland Sacred Heart Rep 4 CCD 4 Sci ence Club 4 Class Team 1 Sugre a blush that makes her fun to tease tnm and proper NOEL CHRISTINA MARSHALL 4308 Lynwood Drive Bethesda Maryland CSMC Pres 4 Sodalxty 4 Class Cheerleader 1 Leafleteers 2 Well Szster' chemzstry fan CSMC enthuszast skzlled m cooking and sewmg MARILYN ELIZABETH LLOYD 2510 Irvmg Street N W Washington D C NHS Latin Club 3 Gleaner Operetta 4 One of the mtellzgentza hurrzed unwomed always on her toes speech and drama 61 MARIE PATRICIA MCMAHON 11003 Stlllwater Avenue Kensington Maryland Gleaner 2 Dramatlcs Crew 34 Legion of Mary 3 Class Team 3 Leafleteers 1 Now I know' carefree out ook bug on basketball energy unlimited friendly NORMA ANN MCNALLY 'Za Pendleton Shop Port Austin, Michigan CCD 4g Sodality lg Class Cheer- leader 1,2 5 Red Cross 4. Uppii' . . . sophomore arrival .. expressive blue eye: Florida vacations. MARY CATHERINE MCGARRAGHY 1339 Somerset Place N W Washmgton D C NHS Class VP 3 Treas 2 Stu dent Councll Secy 3 Sodal1ty14 Glee Club 2 Madrlgals 34 Dra matics 4 Class Cheerleader 13 Leafleteers l Franz .vongbzrd captz vatmg character Trinity on horizon public spmted PATRICIA MARIE MCMAHON 4817 36th Street N W Washington D C Sodahty 12 Leglon of Mary 3 Class Cheerleader 1,2 a Oh how I hate to ge up m the mornzng' skzllea homemaker KATHLEEN MARY MULDOON 6900 Mlllwood Road Bethesda Maryland NHS Class Pres 4 Varsity Cheer leader 34 Glee Club 34 Class Cheerleader 2 4 Kathy file card zealot resourceful adept with pamt brush lzvely cheerleader 62 PATRICIA ANN MOSS 3502 Patterson Street, N.W. Washington, D. C. Class VP 43 Sodality lg Legion of Mary 35 CCD 4g Varsity 45 Class Team 1-35 Spanish Club 4. "Patsie" . . . placid and pleasant . . . .funny smile . . . sports minded . . . eficient and dependable . . . ANN MARIE NEULAND 7001 Wells Parkway College Heights Estates, Maryland Spanish Club 4. "Suzie" . . . that old-fashioned charm , . , "Didn't it though?" . . . meticulous appearance. I CATHERINE MARGARET O BRIEN 2026 Hamlm Street N E Waslungton D C Gleaner cu stall' 34 Clas Team 2 3 Dramatxcs Crew 4 Kathy' Insh colleen co lects mckels personalzty plus Oh you bet' LOUISE ELIZABETH MULLEN 11040 Rn er Road Rockvxlle Maryland Red Cross Rep 4 Lulu cheerful personalzty thoughtful and generous secretarzal aspzratzons MARY TERESA O HARE 4921 42nd Place Hyattsvllle Maryland NHS Q 8: S Student Councll Pres 4 Class Pres 3 Sodalxty 1 2 4 Gleaner 1 4 Varsxty 3 4 Terry' born leader pendable ojicer ready smzle zealous sports fan 63 MARTHA ANNE O'BOYLE Avalon Farm, Box 40 Gaithersburg, Maryland Class Treas. 45 Gleaner cir. staff 3,45 Operetta 45 Legion of Mary 35 Leafleteexs 1,2. "Martie" . .. traveler on route 240 . . . outdoor fan . . . petite package of sunshine. JANE KATHLEEN o cow NOR 5115 Moorland Lane Bethesda Maryland NH Sodahty 1 4 CCD 4 Touers 4 Dramatlcs Crew 34 Class Team 1 4 Luscrous complexzon dont be srllyl soft spoken smcere ANNE ELIZABETH PETREY 3519 Leland Street Chevy Cha e Maryland Leglon of Mary 3 Class Team 14 Towers 4 Operetta 4 Original preschool girl as ron conscious water skung ex er! Oh you re kidding' NANCY MARIE PL GLISI 6227 12th Street NW Washmgton D C Sodallty 1 3 4 Class Cheerleader 2 3 Tenpms in ectious laugh hopes to make a mzllzon Quiet American SARAH ELIZABETH PARTRIDGE 4101 Harrlson Street N W Washxngton D C Sodahty 14 CCD 4 Towers Ed 4 Legxon of Mary 34 Sclence Club Pres 4 Class Team 14 Varslty 4 Perfect potse Really? persevermg nature reliable edt or French bug George town U ELVERA ELIZABETH DIANA SARA SAFIE 49 Avenue Norte it 11 San Salvador, El Salvador NHS5 Sodality 3, Prefect 45 Glee Club 2,35 Madrigals 45 Class Cheerleader 15 Debating 2. "Dee" . . . never bothered by pin- curls . . . perxonable personality . . . Cha Cha rhythm . . , indux- trioux. SCAGLIONE 250 East 39th Street New York Cxty New York Sodahty 4 Gleaner 2 Towers 4 Dramatxcs Crew 4 Vera Oh yeah' u of fun party phobia :nde pendent smile for all 64 MARY JANEEN SAUR 5521 Southwick Street Bethesda, Maryland Class Treas. 2-45 Glee Club 3 5 Class Cheerleader 1-3. "Jeanie" . . . Future airline hostess . . . expert money collector , . . lilting soprano. LINDA CATHERINE SCHANK 4545 Connecticut Avenue Washington, D. C. Class Secy 3' Tozters Assoc. Ed. 4 CSMC Rep 1 Spamsh Club 4 Class Team 23 Dramatlcs Crew 4 Class Cheerleader 1 m Y all egectzve lmguzst radzoactwe edztor apple consumer weekend walks MARY JAN E SCHVIIDT 5511 62nd Avenue East Rrverdale Maryland Class Secy 13 Sodahty 19 CCD 4 Touers 4 Latm Club 1 3 Dra matrcs Crew 4 Good gne' tgpzcal secre tanal tfazts enazable penman s 1 congenzal manner JOYCE ELAINE SCHAFFER 3523 23rd Street S E Washlngton D C Sodahty 1 Red Cross Secy 4 Le gxon of Mary 3 Glee Club 4 Dra matxcs 4 Class Team 13 Spamsh Club 4 Leafleteers 1 2 Snorkze Ulm vigor and vt talzty eager sports fn genuznely friendly CAROL STEPHANIE SHOOK 5036 10th Street N W Wlashmgton D C Q 8: S CCD 4 Towers 4 Semor arrwal from Mackm trustworthy and capable joys mmature golf 65 JULIANN MARY SCHLAUDECKER 6408 Westem Avenue Chevy Chase Maryland Sodalrty 14 Red Cross R p 2 Gleaner 34 Dramatxcs 4 Scxence Club 4 Class Team 13 ulze candzd opmzons Its a panzc' ambztzous and relrable prospectwe MD MARGARET JANE SCHRIDER 504 Northwest Drrve Srlver Spnng Maryland Sodallty 1 CCD 4 Dramatxcs Crew4 Pegzthyf lzves for ueekends hep stepper uture lab technman JOAN PATRICIA THOMAS 5904 Sonoma Road Bethesda Maryland DYZIDBIICS Crew 4 Sweet sophxstzcatron so spoken mama for potato chrps promrsmg secretary PATRICIA ANN VAN SANT 8462 Piney Branch Court Washington, D. C. Sodality 1-4, CSMC 2-45 Red Cross 35 Library Rep. 3. "Pat" . , . nifty with a needle . . . "That's wonderfully . , . future engineer . . . ready smile. ROSWITHA ADELHEID SNAY 11015 Madlson Street Kensington Maryland Sodahty 24 CSMC Rep CCD 4 Red Cross Rep 4 Class Team 3 Dramatxcs Crew 4 Leafle teers l 2 Semor fraulem tzreless worker studzous and cooperatrve authorrty on cool :ng ANGELA THERESE TOLBERT 3817 Legation Street NW Washmgton D C Sodallty 14 Glee Club 3 Mad rlgals 4 Dramatlcs 4 Varsity 4 Varslty Cheerleader 3 Class Team 14 Red Cross 1 CSMC l Terry' unlzmzted energy What? can sketch anythmg ready wrllzng and able BARBARA JANE VEE 1609 Belvedere Boulevard Sllvcr Spnng Maryland Sodahty 4 Madrxgals 34 Glee Club 2 Dramatrcs 3-4 Lrane future tn drama exotrc taste That takes tal en above par seamstress 66 JOAN MARIE VAUGHAN 1005 Upshur Street, N.E. Washington, D. C. Legion of Mary 35 CSMC 45 Glee Club 4g Varsity 4, Class Team 2-43 Dramatics 4. "Yoanie" number I for jokes and antics personality incor- porated . . , "Let me tell you."' JOAN MARIE NN ILKINSON 923 Upshur Street N E Washington D C Sodality 12 Leg1on of Mary 3 Glee Club 4 Operetta 4 Class Team 13 Spanlsh Club 4 CSMC Rep 4 Leafleteers 12 Ioame happy go lucky All right now' nose wrmkl :ng laugh mirth and mischief MARY CLAIRE WINKLE 6428 31st Street, N.W. Washington, D. C. NHSQ Class Sec'y 45 Class Treas. lg Sodality 1-45 CCD Pres. 4 Cleaner 2-45 Science Club Sec'y 4 3 Latin Club 4 5 Debating 2 Class Team 25 Dramatics 45 Dra- matics Crew 3. "Mikel" studious but funlou- ing specializes in features Gleaner prop. CHARLOTTE KATHERINE WENGER 4402 Gladwyn Drlve Bethesda Maryland Class VP 12 Sodallty 1 4 Legion of Mary 3 Madrxgals 34 Varsity Cheerleader 3 Varslty 4 Dramat ics 3 4 Class Team 1 3 Char argyle artzst ee ya round the camp: sweet harmony fanatic CAROL ANN ZAUMEYER 3804 Thornapple Street Chevy Chase Maryland Sodallty Legion of Mary 2 Var sity 34 Operetta 4 CSMC Rep 4 Class Team 1 4 Zombie But Seester' personality and popularity Ocean City summers sunlamp blues 67 MARY ANN WILSON 7009 Chansory Lane College Helghts Estates Maryland Class Secy 4 Towers Ed1tor 4 Sodalxty 24 CCD 4 Dramatics Crew 4 Leafleteers 12 Red Cross MAW round the clock ed: or sweetness :tsel con siderate and reserved ALEXIS ANN YOUMAN 1401 17th Street, N.W. Washington, D.C. Sodality lg Dramatics Crew 45 Class Cheerleader 2. Make-up expert . . . stylish . . . loquacious . . . contagious giggle congenial manner. . I - I , I 4 ll, PROUDLY DISPLAYING their prize winning post ers for the Towers, sponsored 'iSeafarers' Frolic dance are Joanne O'Shea and Connie Grimm Are Memories Made "EXPERIENCE IS THE BEST TEACHER" is proved by Betty Nelson. Betty Logan. Angela Costello, Judy Carnahan, Ann Chevalier, and Linda Browness. who try out the new sewing machines. EXUBERANT SENTIORS anxiously await the arrixal of the latecomers before entering the hotel VVAITING IN LINE for that refreshing drink are Linda Lipscomb, Sally Foster, Cathy Ebel, and Carol Murphy. A BACKVVARD GLANCE at New York's fa- mous skyline imprints an indelible memory of the senior trip. , .ii -.:. ' Campus in Seasonal Moods Snowbound The XVayside Shrine Spring Surrounds Cow Hill x r 4 . f Autumn Pays a Visit ' iff' K0 -I'ET'5'E- Our Lady's Grotto Entrance To a New Era inis I.lz'F7': "Sugar und t'1't'g11x1?" inqui1'c's Blrs. josvpll llurkt-. of Blnry Alum' llill tts jo- nnna litxxy and Nancy Puglisi wait in linv for L1 Cup of ten. C.'If.YTlfIC: Life-tixnc' students Maura-cn ll.tnn4tn. -Xnn Cronin. and Anno Pctrcy thank Bishop Ilgxnngxn for oflicigtting ut QI'L1f.lll.1ll0l1 ext-rcisvs. BIiI.Ul1', RIGHT: May Qtwcn. Sandra XVolfc. places thc frown bvfore thc- statue! of Our Lady at the climax of the May pro- fession at lloly Cross. Kensington. BELOIV: Honor Students take n final bow :xftvr Class Night. t 9 . 4 M ,,...-l -is 'Sli 21 f l . l I


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