Archbishop Carroll High School - Patriot Yearbook (Washington, DC)
- Class of 1956
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No two years in the history of any living
institution are exactly alike. Vitality implies
progress and change, often unnoticed, but inevit-
ablc. That is why the PATRIOT, year by year,
serves as a mirror in picture and word of the vary-
ing pattern of life at Carroll.
In many subtle ways we have changed, too,
during our stay here. Our school has grown to be
part of us. It has left the stamp of its influence
upon our mind and our character.
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scenes and the friendships that were an important
part of our education.
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MOS'l' REVEBEND PATRICK A. 0'BOYLE, D. D.
ABCHBISHUP 0F WASIIINGTUN
Plans for an archdiocesan high school for boys in Washington were initiated
in 1944 by the Most Reverend Michael j. Curley, Archbishop of Baltimore and
Washington. Realizing the necessity for further educational facilities to supplement
the already existing Catholic private schools, Archbishop Curley called upon the
Most Reverend John M. McNamara, Auxiliary Bishop, to head a special committee
to secure a site and raise funds for the new venture.
When .Archbishop O'Boyle came to Washington in 1948, following the untimely
death of Archbishop Curley, he found that Bishop McNamara had carried forward
the work with vision and zeal. Immediately Archbishop O'Boyle gave new impetus
to the project. Under his stimulating leadership efforts were redoubled to translate
hope into actuality. .Architectural plans were completed and approved, construction
bids were accepted, and, brick by brick, the school began to rise. The culmination
of the work of years arrived on September 9, 1951 with the dedication of Archbishop
Carroll High School.
Our beloved Archbishop has shown in countless ways during the past five years
his continuing favor toward Carroll. He has honored us by offering the opening
Mass of the school year and addressing the assembled student body. He has been
an enthusiastic supporter of all our school activities. He has encouraged both students
and faculty to make of Carroll one of the finest secondary schools in the nation.
The labor of many hands went into the building of our school. With the humility
characteristic of a great leader, our Archbishop would prefer to attribute elsewhere
the credit for what has been accom-plished. But as Bishop McNamara said on the
occasion of the dedication, 'tOnly those who are acquainted with the history of the
project know how much of time, thought and labor Archbishop O'Boyle has devoted
to the planning and erection of Archbishop Carroll High School. It is his monument,
and throughout the years it will stand as a witness to his zeal in the cause of Catholic
With a deep sense of gratitude the Class of 1956 presents this volume of the
PATRIOT to His Excellency, Most Reverend Patrick A. O'Boyle, D.D., Archbishop
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Down through the centuries priests of the
Order of Saint Augustine, the spiritual sons of the
illustrious thinker, writer, and teacher of the early
Church, have carried on the work of education in
many lands. Here at Carroll the Augustinians con-
tinue, inthe tradition of their founder, to give
to their students the best training available any-
where. A group of exceptional lay teachers also
plays a signiticant part in the molding of the
Carroll man, for by their instruction and example
the student comes to realize the iniluence for good
that may be exerted in the world by the apostolic
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High Scliriul as :ui academic institution depends to
a large extent upun a group of priests wliuse duties
involve nut only teacliing lxut also the manifold
tasks uf practim'al adininistratimi. lt is their re-
sponsibility tu execute the general policies of the
scliuul and tu cuurclinate the efforts uf staff and
REV. GEORGE F. BURNELL, O.S.A., is charged with
the supervision of the program of studies and aca-
demic matters generally, In addition to his duties
at Carroll, Father Burnell currently is Chairman
of the secondary school department of the Middle
Atlantic region of the National Catholic Educational
VERY REV. EDWARD V. STANFORD,
O.S.A., has served as the chief adminis-
trative officer of Carroll since the founda-
tion of the school. With a long and
distinguished career as teacher and ad-
ministrator, our Rector has brought
Carroll in a few short years to a position
of prominence among Catholic secondary
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Rev. JOHN H. MQDONNELL, '!?Qr1.'
Dean ol Discipline
REV. WILLAM M. CUSICK, O.5.A.
REV. JAMES J. CAIN, O.S.A.
General Businessg Typing 2
REV. EDWARD L. DALEY, O.S.A.
Religion 45 U.5. Hislory
REV. JOSEPH D. KEFFER, O.S,A
Moderator of Alhlelics
Religion l, 2g Lulin l
REV. ANGUS N. CARNEY,
MR. JOHN A. CARROLL
REV. ROBERT M. CHURBUCK,
lalin 3, Algebra I
REV. JAMES T. DEERY, O.S.A.
French I, 27 Latin 4
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MR. DENNIS E. BAKER
Latin I, 2
REV. PHILIP F. BARRETT, O.S.A.
Religion 4, Bookkeeping I, 2
REV. JOHN F. BIDDLE, O.S.A.
Religion 2, 3, Geography
REV. ANDREW J. BOYLE, O.S.A.
English 25 Librarian
Religion If Lalin I
REV. JOHN M. DRISCOLL,
REV. JOSEPH A. DUFFEY, O.S.A.
Religion 3g World Hislory
MR. ROBERT I. DWYER
Physiral Educaliong Alhlelic
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REV. JOHN J. FERRENCE, 0.S.A
REV. FRANCIS J. FITTIPALDI,
REV. JAMES G. GLENNON,
General Malhemulics If
REV. WILLIAM J. GRISWOLD,
English If World History
REV. JEROME A. HOLLAND,
English 2, Problems of
REV. FRANCIS X. KELLY, O.S.A.
REV. EDWIN E. KING, O.S.A.
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REV. JOHN F. LIPP, O.S.A.
MR. SALVATORE A. LUPICA
REV. THOMAS J. MAHONEY,
Religion 2, Algebra if Biology
REV. FRANCIS L. MELCHER,
Religion 2, 3, German
MR. ROBERT E. ORAM
MR. JOSEPH P. SAN FELLIPO
BRO. PATRICK SHERIDAN,
REV. RALPH C. SHURER, O.S.A.
Religion 2g English 3
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REV. ANTHONY J. MULLEN,
Freehand Drawingg Mechanical
Drawing l, 2
REV. HARRY M. NEELY, O.S.A.
English i, 4g Spanish I
REV. JOSEPH X. O'CONNOR,
REV. JOHN P. 0'MALLEY,
English 3, 4
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The Business Ottice handles a thousand varied problems
every day, from late slips to lost books, from tuition
accounts to chalk and erosers. Mrs. Stafford, M.. Hart-
man, and Mrs. Muth look after things in this department.
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Religion 1, 3, U.S. History
Religion 27 General Mathe-
matics 2, Biology
REV. ROBERT E. STEINMAN,
Plane Geometry, Solid
REV. CYRIL J. SMITH, O.S.A.
REV. JOHN J. SKELLY, O.S.A.
REV. ARTHUR F. SMITH, O.S.A.
lf, as the adage says, the way to a man's heart is
through his appetite, our Sisters have won the affection
of all Carroll students. Here the Sisters are trying to
decide whether to serve filet mignon or hot dogs on
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Utilizing the vast fund of educational oppor-
tunity proviclecl by the school, the student at Carroll
grows intellectually and morally. His horizons broaden,
his powers of reasoning become stronger, his sense of
discrimination sharpens. Through his courses in re-
ligion, language, mathematics, the physical and social
sciences, he prepares himself for further education and
for life in the complex world in which he lives.
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Accuracy in measurement demands a keen eye and a steady
hand, as Fr. Ferrence demonstrates to Tom Fahy and Charles
Cherry. Jim Beers and Jeff Bowman whip up a little con-
coction of their own.
Never before has the demand heen so great
for men who are trzlined in the xurious branches
of science. The momentous discoveries of the past
deeude give promise of even more illiiillllig' ud-
vanees in the nezir future. ,Xlong with tlitholie
principles of morality to guide the zippliezition of
this new fund oi knowledge, the student :it t'11rroll
may acquire ai foundation in inathemzities, biology,
chemistry, und pliysies to prepare him lor ud-
xxinced work in these lields :it the college level or
for his general lJLlC'liQI'UllIN.l :is :in intelligent citizen
in the modern world.
isometric drawings are no problem to an expert like Jack Bryant whose
chief difficulty lies in keeping his pencils sharpened. The attire of the
gentleman in the background is in sharp contrast to the overall neatness
of his work.
Deep sympathy is extended to the white perch
being mutilated by Forbes Claxton and Dave Hogan,
eminent surgeons of Section 2D.
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Andrew Spedden, and Fred Seebach are
busily engaged in their sacristy chores.
These students keep everything in order
for daily Mass in the student chapel.
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lt is lumlly possible to express in the culclness
of the printetl wurcl :ill that ll sclirml lielieves in
:incl tries to ztccumplish. We may fume close to the
mzirls in stating that Czirroll attempts to help the
student develop at strtmger Fzitlinlitt fuith, :1 keen
lll0l'lll sense, soundness of judgment, :intl the ailmility
to think consistently with right reason. ln brief,
the fzirrull grztcluzite shoultl possess the knowledge
:ind virtue to serve Goal, his neighbor, and his
Tom Murnane, library club president, shows a book
to a ynung miss during the Catholic Book Week
exhibit. Carroll's display attracted a good number
Universally known around school as "Smitty,"
Mr. Smith, our engineer, keeps the furnace and
practically everything else running ot peak
emciency. Notice the tender care he lavishes
on the boiler.
Tom Finucane and Charley Robinson give the
appearance of knowing what they are doing,
but chances are they have iust connected the
public address system to the cold water pipes.
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JOHN J. ADAMS
4941 North Capitol Street
Crescent 3. 4 . . . Dramatics 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Glee Club 5, 4
. . . Library Club 3 . . . Patriot 4 . . . Servers 3, 4 . . .
Student Guard 4 . . . Intramurals 3 . . . Golf 5, 4.
RAPHAEL J. ADINOLFI
52 Girard Street, N.E.
Class Officer 2 . . . C.S.M.C. 4 . . .French Club 4 . . .
Library Club 1 . . . Servers 1, 2, 5, 4 . . . Intramurals
1, 2, 3, 4, I
BENJAMIN F. AKERS
816 Gallatin Street, N.W.
C.S.M.C. 4 . . . Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4.
4900 10th Street, N.E.
DAVID R. ANDERSON
5113 54th Avenue, Rogers Heights, Md.
Library Club 1 . . . Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4.
JOSEPH P. ARATA
69 Adams Street, N.W.
Glee Club 1 . . . Servers 1, 2, 5, 4 . . . Intramurals 1, 2.
GEORGE W. AUSTIN
5382 Pumphrey Drive, Forestville, Md.
Student Guard 3, 4 . . . Intramurals 1, 4.
4900 10th Street, N.E.
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Library Club 1.
RICHARD BARNES, JR.
HH Congress Street, S.E.
C.S.M.C. 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Library Club 1, 2, 3.
JOHN D. BAILEY
2230 S Street, S.E
NICHOLAS A. BARTOLOMEO
9107 Bradlord Road, Silver Spring, Md.
Class Officer 3 . . . Library Club 1 . . . Student Guard
. Intramurals 1 . . . J.V. Football 2,3 . . . Varsity
WILLIAM L. BEACH
6417 Ridge Drive, Brookmont, Md.
Class Officer 1 . . . Library Club 1 . . . Intramurals 1 2, 4.
LOUIS F. BECK
4505 Illinois Avenue, N.W.
Class Officer 3, 4 . . . C.S.M.C. 2, 3, 4 . . . Servers 2, 3, 4
. . . Student Council 4 . . . Intramurals 2, 3, 4 . . . Foot-
ball Manager 4 . . . Varsity Basketball 3.
MICHAEL C. BECKER
325 Decatur Street, N.W.
Band 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . French Club 4 . . . Glee Club 1, Z, 3
. . . Servers 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Student Council 4 . . . Intra-
murals 1, 2, 3,
THOMAS W. BISHOP
504 61st Avenue, Capitol Heights, Md.
Class Officer 1, 2 . . . Glee Club 1, 2 . . . Intramurals
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Intramurals 1, 2.
. . . Track 3, 4.
ARTHUR P. BOLTI
2935 M Street, S.E.
6530 Coolidge Slreel, Maryland Park, Md.
RICHARD L. BROWN
I9 Glenn Slreel, Suilland, Md.
French Club 4 . . . Intramurals 4.
W. JAMES BROWN
4902 Elsmere Avenue, Belhesda, Md.
Biology Club Z . . . C.S.M.C. 4 . . . Servers 4 . . . Intra-
murals 1, Z, 3, 4.
AUSTIN R. BRUNELLI
2931 Kanawha Slreel, N.W.
French Club 4 . . . Intramurals 4.
WILLIAM C. BOLTON, JR.
24l6 Norlh Capilol Slreel
rumzxlics 1, 2. 3. 4 . . . Frcnclx Club 4 . . . Svrvcr:
1.2. 5, 4 . . . Intrumuralr 1. 2, 3. 4,
RICHARD A. BOMBER
721 Lawrence Slreel, N.E.
Drunmtics 4 . , . French Club 4 . . . Rauliu Club 4
IOO Kennedy Slreel, N.E.
51-rvcrs 1. 2. 3. 4 . . . lntrunmurzxlr 1, 2. .4 . . Trurk R. 4.
2003 Woodreeve Road, Avondale
Glcc Club 4 . . . Intrnnmurals 2, 3, 4.
Library Club 1.
JOHN F. BRYANT
3631 Alabama Avenue, 5.E.
Debating 1 , . . Intramurals 1, 2.
RICHARD M. CAHILL
JAMES J. M. BRYANT, JR.
6371 Branch Avenue, S.E.
JAMES S. BYRNE
106 Taussig Place, N.E.
3507 Varnum Slreel, Brentwood, Md.
Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4.
JOSEPH 1.. CALISTO
7502 Cenlral Avenue, Takoma Park, Md.
Science Club 2 . . . Spanish Club 4.
FRANCIS X. CAMPANELLA
5303 4111 Slreef, N.W.
Servers 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Intramurals 1, 2 . . . Science Club
1 . . . Spanish Club 4.
JOHN F. CAMPBELL
5422 13111 Sfreel, N.W.
Class Offrcer 2 . . . Dramatics 1 . . . Library Club 1 . .
Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4.
RICHARD B. CASEY
4508 13th SIree1, N.W.
Class Officer 1 . . . Glee Club 1, 2 . . . Intramurals 1, 3, 4
. . . J.V. Basketball 2.
JOHN A. CESTONE
4404 40th Street, Brentwood, Md.
Library Club 1, 2 . . . Intramurals 1, 2, 3.
NEALON H. CLARKE
221 Webster Street, N.E.
Debating 2 , . . Intramurals 2, 4.
WALTER W. CLAXTON
13705 Georgia Avenue, Silver Spring, Md.
JOHN F. COLBERT
4444 Reservoir Road, N.W.
Class Ofliccr 4 . . . Intramurals 1 . . . JN. Football 2, 3
. . , Varsity Football 4.
JOHN F. CONROY
1832 Michigan Avenue, N.E
JOHN S. COOPER
901 Quincy Street, N.E. '
Band 2, 3 . . . Crescent 2, 3, 4 . . . Dramatics 2, 3, 4 . .
Library Club 2 . . . Patriot 4 . . . Servers 2, 3, 4.
WILLIAM H. CORRADO
1288 Morse Street, N.E.
Library Club 1 . . .Intramurals 1, 2, 4
JOHN C. COURTNEY-
1513 A Street, S.E.
Patriot 4 . . . Student Council 1 . . . Intramurals 1, 2, 4.
JOSEPH F. CURTIS
131 Tennessee Avenue, N.E.
French Club 4 . . . Glee Club 2 . . . Library Club 1 . . .
Student Guard 4 . . . Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . J.V. Foot-
ball 2 . . . Varsity Football 3, 4.
N' sions: D. DARNELL
704 Forston Drive, Takoma Park, Md.
Glee Club 3, 4 . . . Library Club 1, 3 . . . Servers 1. 2,
3, 4 . . . Student Council 4 . . . Intramurals 1, 2, 3.
BERNARD A. DEAVERS
3231 M Street, S.E.
Cheerleader 1 . . . C.S.M.C. 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Dramatics 1
. . . Glee Club l, 2 . . . Servers 1 . . . Student Council 4
. . . Spanish Club 4.
ROBERT A. DEFFINIAUGH
8904 Flower Avenue, Silver Spring, Md.
Student Guard 3, 4 . . . Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . J.V
Basketball 3 . . . Varsity Basketball 4.
JAMES R. CRANSTON
2946 Northampton Street, N.W.
Crescent 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . C.S.M.C. 4 . . . Debating 2, 3, 4
. . . Dramatics 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Glee Club 4 . . . Patriot 4
. . . Servers 1, 2, 4 . . . Student Council 4 . . . Intra-
murals 1, 2, 4 . . . J.V. Football 2.
EDWARD A. CRQOKE
9122 Flower Avenue, Silver Spring, Md.
MILLARD V. CROUCH
3611 Quesada Street, N.W.
Class Oflicer 1 . . . C.S.M.C. 4 . . . Servers 1 . . . Intra-
murals I, 2, 3, 4 . . . Football Manager 2 . . . Varsity
Football 3, 4 . . . Freshman Basketball.
ANGELO l. CURRO
41 Kennedy Street, N.E.
Intramurals 1, 2.
CLARENCE G. DENNIE, JR.
5116 Fulton Street, N.W.
Class Officer 1, Z, 3, 4 . . . Library Club 1, 2 . . . Servers
4 . . . Student Council 3, 4 . . . Student Guard 4 . . .
Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . J.V. Football 2 . . .Varsity
Football 3, 4 . . . Freshman Basketball . . . J'.V. Basket-
ball 2 . . . Baseball 2, 3, 4.
90l Spring Street, Silver Spring, Md.
Dramatics 2 . . . Glee Club 1 . . . Servers 1, 2, 3, 4 . . .
Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Track 2.
ANTHONY J. DiLUl.LO
6605 3rd Street, N.W.
Library Club 1, 2 . . . Patriot 4 . . . Servers 1, 2, 3, 4.
JOSEPH I. DOVE
9905 Rogart Road, Silver Spring, Md.
Class Officer 2, 3, 4 . . . French Club 4 . . . Student Coun-
cil 2, 3, 4 . . . Intramurals 1, 2, 3 . . . J.V. Football 2
. . . J.V. Basketball 2 . . . Varsity Basketball 3, 4 . , .
Baseball 2, 3, 4.
JOSEPH A. DOWNING
3289 Worthington Street, N.W.
Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . J.V. Football 2, 3.
ANTHONY A. EDELIN
432 Randolph Street, N.W.
French Club 4.
GERALD W. ERICKSON
10217 Old Bladensburg Road, Silver Spring, Md.
Library Club I . . . Servers 3.
RONALD P. FARRAH
l829 Mintwood Place, N.W.
ARCHBISHIIP Blllllllll HIGH SGH
Debating 1 . .
IIUATES UF 1956
PAUL T. FEKETE
632 Massachusetts Avenue, N.E
Crescent 1 . . . Library Club 1.
JAMES H. FITZGERALD
I332 Varnum Street, N.E.
JAMES P. FITZMAURICE
2B Woodland Way, Greenbelt, Md
Library Club 1.
JAMES R. FLETCHER
1213 Linden Street, N.E.
2, 3, 4.
DENNIS J. FLYNN
2902 13th Road S., Arlington, Va.
gy Club 4 . . . Cresrent 4 . . . Patriot 4 . . . Scrvcrs 4.
CHARLES R. FORD
347 llth Street, S.E.
. Intramurals 1, 2, 5, 4 . . . J,V. Basket-
ROBERT R. FRANETZKI
6l08 River Road, Bethesda, Md.
Intramurals 1, 2.
THOMAS F. FURRY
SI6 Silver Spring Avenue, Silver Spring, Md.
French Club 4 . . . Library 1.
PAUL C. GILI.
I525 Elson Slreel, Takoma Park, Md.
French Club 4 . . . Servers 2 . . . Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4.
DAVID M. GLASCOE
2205 H Slreef, N.W.
Band 3 . . . Intramurals 2, 3.
JOSEPH P. GOI-IEEN
I402 Massachusells Avenue, N.W.
Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4.
TIMOTHY J. C. GORMAN
4407 Gladwyn Drive, Beihesda, Md.
Class Officer 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Debating 1 . . . Dramatics 1
IIIICHBISHUP IIAIIIIIIII HIGH SIIH00l
THOMAS F. GRIFFIN
4424 3rd Slreef, S.E.
ROBIN E. GREEN
6539 Broad Slreel, Brookmonl, Md.
Dramatics 1 . . . Student Guard 4 . . . Intramurals 1, 2, 3, .4
Class Officer 1, 2 . . . French Club 4 . . . Intramurals 3.
ROBERT H. GRIFFITH
I646 Varnum Place, N.E.
. . . Servers 1, 4 . . . Student Council 1, 2 . . . Intra-
murals l, 2 . . . I.V. Football 2 . . . Varsity Football 3, 4.
THOMAS J. GUILFOY
1733 Church S1ree1, N.W.
Crescent 1 . . . Debating 4 . . . Library Clubl . . . Radio
Club 4 . . . Intramurals 1, 4.
DONALD R. HARNER
1318 Allison Slreel, N.E.
Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4.
ROBERT C. HARRIS
5907 3rd Slreef, N.W.
Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . J.V. Basketball 2.
BRUCE T. HARTMANN
2620 Rhode Island Avenue, N.E.
Trench Club 4 . . . J.V. Football 2.
1021 7111 Slreel, N.E.
French Club 4 . . . Intramurals 1.
DANIEL F. HAYES
' 10019 Frederick Avenue, Keneinglon, Md.
Dramatics 4 . . . French Club 4 . . . Intramurals 1, 4
JAMES J. HEALEY
1746 Maesachusells Avenue, N.W.
Crescent 3 . . . C.S.M.C. 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Servers 1, 2, 3, 4
. . . Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Basketball Manager 1.
CLARENCE S. HENSON
226 Lowrie Place, N.E.
Crescent 4 . . . C.S.M.C. 4 . . . French Club 4 . . . Glee
Club 3, 4 . . . Library Club 4 . . . Servers 3, 4 . . . Intra-
murals 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . J.V. Football 3 . . . Varsity Football
4...Track 3, 4. '
PAUL B. HERBERT
5601 Western Avenue, N.W.
C.S.M.C. 4 . . . Dramatics 1, 2 . . . Servers 1, 2 . . . In-
tramurals l, 2.
SPRAGUE J. HIGGINS
3327 10th Street, N.E.
Crescent 2, 3, 4 . . . Dramatics 1, 2 . . . French Club 4
. . . Patriot 3, 4 . . . Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4.
JAMES F. HIPP
4900 10th Street, N.E.
GEORGE E. HOCKER, JR.
1107 Independence Avenue, S.E.
Cheerleader 1 . . . C.S.M.C. 4 . . . Glee Club 4 . . . Servers
4 . . . Intramurals 1, 2, 4 . . . J.V. Football 3 . . . Track 3.
CARL E. HOFFMAN
12122 Dale Drlve, Silver Spring, Md.
Library Club 1, 2 . . . Intramurals 1, 2, 3.
ERMAN A. HOLMES
3435 Holmead Place, N.W.
Band 1, 2,3,4..
. Class Officer 1.
JOHN J. HOLOHAN
4907 1. Street, Hlllelde, Md.
Student Council 1 . . . Intramurals 1, 2, 4
THOMAS J. HOWSER
800 Taylor Street, N.E.
Intramurals 1, 2, 4
JOHN P. KAMMERER
4125 I8th Street, N.E.
Class Officer 1, Z, 4 . . . Debating 2, 3 . . . French Club 4
. . . Glee Club 1,.2 . . . Patriot 4 . . . Servers 1, 2, 3 . . .
Student Council 1 . . . Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . J.V.
Football 2 . . . Freshman Basketball . . . Track 3, 4.
JOSEPH T. KAMMERER
4125 I8th Street, N.E.
Class Ofhcer 1, 2 . . . Glee Club 1, Z, 3, 4 . . .Servers
1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Student Council 1, 2 . . . Intramurals 1, 2, 3
. . . J.V. Football 1, 2 . . . Varsity Football 3, 4 . . .
Freshman Basketball . . . J.V. Basketball 2 . . . Varsity
Basketball 3 . . . Baseball 3, 4.
MICHAEL J. KANE
9908 Sutherland Road, Silver Spring, Md.
Biology Club 2 . . . Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . J.V. Foot-
ball 2 . . . Track 4.
RICHARD E. KEEFER
I7I6 Buchanan Street, N.E.
Crescent 3, 4 . . . Library Club 1, 2 . . . Intramurals
1, 2, 3, 4.
WILLIAM L. JACKSON
26 Gallatin Street, N.W.
Debating 4 . . . Radio Club 4 . . . Servers 2 . . . Intra
murals 1, 2, 3, 4.
BERNARD L. JOHNSON
9405 Thornhill Road, Silver Spring, Md.
Library Club 1 . . . Radio Club 4 . . . Intramurals 1, 2,
JAN M. KADOW
I5 Grafton Street, Chevy Chase, Md
C.S.M.C. 4 . . . Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4.
WILLIAM S. KALIS
I06 Beech Avenue, Bethesda, Md.
Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4.
NEII. P. KENNY
136 Wilmington Place, S.E.
Biology Club 4 . . . C.S.M.C. 4 . . . Glee Club 1 . . .
Library Club 4 . . . Patriot 4 . . . Servers 1, 2, 4.
ROBERT H. KERBY E
7095 lndian Head Highway, Oxon Hill, Md.
Servers 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Student Guard 4.
HENRI ROGER KLING
6100 Massachusetts Avenue, N.W.
French Club 4.
FRANCIS K. KRENKEL
2216 Tunlaw Road, N.W.
Crescent 3 . . .Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4.
STEPHEN A. KUNTZ
424 11th Street, N.E.
FRED P. KUNZ
1631 Hobart Street, N.W.
MICHAEL S. LANE
3915 Livingston Street, N.W.
French Club 4 . . . Intramurals 4.
THOMAS D. LANGSTON
1842 Calilomia Street, N.W.
Band 1 . . . C.S.M.C. 4 . . . Library Club 4 . . . Servers
4 . . . Intramurals 1, 2, 4.
ARIIHBISHUP CARRULL HIGH SCH
IIUATES 0F I
GERARD A. LAUNAIS
3500 Connecticut Avenue, N.W.
French Club 4 . . . Glee Club 4 . . . Intramurals 1, 2
RICHARD H. LAWLOR
5608 Chillum Heights Drive, Hyattsville, Md.
Crescent 1, 2, 3 . . . Debating 4 . . . French Club 4 . . .
Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4.
ROBERT JEROME LEE
I03I7 Kensington Parkway, Kensington, Md.
Crescent 3, 4 . . . Patriot 4.
ROBERT JOHN LEE
5012 Ilth Street, N.E.
Intramurals 1, 2.
MICHAEL P. LONG
8007 Wildwood Drive, Takoma Park, Md.
C.S.M.C. 4 . . . Servers 4 . . . Intramurals 2, 3, 4.
MARTIN T. MGADAM
3021 Otis Street, N.E.
C.S.M.C. 3, 4 . . . Servers 3, 4 . . . Intramurals 3, 4.
ROBERT T. McCAULEY
H06 58th Avenue, S.E.
Crescent 4 . . . French Club 4 . . . Library Club 1 . .
Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Track 4.
JAMES F. MQCORMACK
I28 Fleetwood Terrace, Silver Spring, Md.
Crescent 4 . . . Glee Club 1 . . . Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4
. . . J.V. Football 2.
WILLIAM A. McGUIRE
5030 North Capitol Street, N.W.
Glee Club 1, 2, 3 4 . . . Scrverv, 2, 3, 4.
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GERALD F. M:HUGH
7807 Chelton Road, Bethesda, Md.
Band 1, Z.
PAUL F. MADISON
27 I5th Street, S.E.
PAUL T. McMANU5
I0l6 Upshur Street, N.E.
JOHN J. MGCDONALD
9II3 Fairview Road, Silver Spring, Md.
Library Club 1.
DONALD J. MCGARVEY
2129 Tunlaw Road, N.W.
Crescent 3 . . . Dramatics 1. 2. 3, 4 . . . Patriot 3. -1 . .
Student Guard 4 . . . Intramurals 1, 2.
JOHN .l. MCGEEVER
220 Granville Drive, Silver Spring, Md.
Intramurals 1, 2.
CHARLES D. M:GUIRE
4739 East Avenue, Suitland, Md.
Class Ofllccr 2 . . . Glee Club 2 . . . Studcnt Guard 3
. . . Intramurals 1. 2, 3, 4 . . . Varsity Football 4 . . .
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ALFRED F. MAGGI
I234 36th Street, N.W.
Crescent 2, 3 . . . Library Club 1 . . . Intramurals 1, 2,
VINCENT J. MARCELLINO
3726 30th Place, N.E.
French Club 4 . . . Intramurals 4.
JOHN A. MARCHETTI
1212 Delotleld Place, N.W.
Crescent 4 . . . French Club 4 . . . Library Club 1 . . .
Patriot 4 . . . Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Football Man-
ager 2, 3 . . . Basketball Manager 2.
DANIEL T. MARTIN
8266 New Hampshire Avenue, Silver Spring, Md.
Debating 3, 4 . . . French Club 4 . . . Radio Club 4 . .
Intramurals 1, 2, 4.
LEONARD A. METALLO
2l05 34th Street, S.E.
Class Officer 1, 2 . . . Dramatics 2, 3 . . . Glee Club 1, 2,
3, 4 . . . Student Council 1 . . . Student Guard 3, 4 . . .
Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Track 3, 4.
THEODORE P. MICHOS
9508 Jones Mill Road, Chevy Chase, Md.
Crescent 2, 3 . . . Servers 4 . . . Intramurals 1, 2, 3 . .
Varsity Football 4.
HUGH M. MILLER
3507 Longfellow Street, Hyattsville, Md.
Crescent 3, 4 . . . Dramatics 1, 2 . . . Library Club 1
. . . Servers 1, Z. 3, 4 . . . Student Council 1 . . . Intra-
murals 1, 2, 3.
STEPHEN E. MILLER
1320 Underwood Street, N.W.
Band 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Servers 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Intramurals 1
EDWARD A. MOHLER
1661 Forl Davis Slreel, S.E.
THOMAS J. M. MURNANE
5211 Valley Road, S.E.
French Club 4 . . . Library Club 1, 3, 4 . . . Servers
2, 3, 4.
TIMOTHY I. MURRAY
1311 Allison Street, N.E.
Cheerleader 1 . . . Crescent 4 . . . C.S.M.C. 4 . . . De-
bating 1, 2 . . . Dramatics . . . Glee Club 1 . . . Library
Club 1 . . . Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4.
MICHAEL A. NALLS
9108 Burning Tree Road, Bethesda, Md.
C.S.M.C. 4 . . . Dramatics 1 . . . Servers 1 . . . Intra-
murals 4 . . . Golf 4.
ROBERT B. NELSON
1417 Cllillum Road, Hyalltville, Md.
Crescent 1 . . . Glee Club 4 . . . Servers 2 . . . Intra-
murals 1, 2, 3, 4.
, TERRELI. R. NEWMAN
2308 Lake Avenue, Cheverly, Md.
C.S.M.C. 4 . . . Glee Club 4 . . .Varsity Football 3, 4
. . . Baseball 3, 4.
JOSEPH H. NG
1107 Massadlusefls Avenue, N.W
Dramatics 1, 2 . . . Radio Club 4.
LOUIS A. OSWALD, JR.
DCSlComplfMAD, Hq. MATS
I4I4 Fenwick Lane, Silver Spring, Md.
Glee Club 3, 4 . . . Library Club 1, 3 . . . Patriot 4 . .
Intramurals 1, 4.
LAWRENCE H. REED, JR.
I904 Evans Parkway, Silver Spring, Md.
FRED D. RICHTER
6400 B Slreel, Maryland Park, Md.
JOHN R. RISHER, JR.
323 Rock Creek Church Road, N.W.
Debating 4 . . . Dramatics 1, 2 . . . French Club 4 . . .
Glee Club 3 . . . Servers 1, 2 . . . Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4
WILLIAM J. PAGE
59I9 Glosler Road, Woadaeres, Md.
RICHARD A. PETRILLO
5429 Connecllcul Avenue, N.W.
Intramurals 1, 2, 3 . . . Freshman Basketball . . . Varsity
Basketball 2, 3, 4 . . . Baseball 2, 3, 4.
JOSEPH A. PLUMER, JR.
3802 35th Slreel, MI. Rainier, Md.
C.S.M.C. 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Library Club 1, 2 . . . Intramurals
1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Basketball Manager 1.
JOHN H. PRICE
482I 3rd Slreel, N.W.
Band 3, 4 . . . C.S.M.C. 4 . . . French Club 4 . . . Stu-
dent Guard 4.
1704 Buchanan Slreel, N.E.
Class Ofiicer 4 . . . Crescent 3, 4 . . . C.S.M.C. 4 . . .
Debating 1, 2, 4 . . . Library Club 3 . . . Patriot 4 . . .
Servers 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Student Council 4 . . . Student
Guard 3, 4 . . . Intramurals 1, Z, 3, 4.
JOSEPH G. RYAN
FRANCIS I. SABATE
5320 81h S1ru1, N.W.
Band 3 . . . Dramatics 3, 4.
5101 Wissioming Road, Glen Echo, Md.
Dramatics 2, 3, 4 . . . Library Club 1 . . . Intramurals
1, 2, 3.
French Club 4 . . . Library Club 1 . . . Intramurals 1, 2, 3
9114 Providence Avenue, Silver Spring, Md.
Intramurals 1, 2.
C.S.M.C. 3, 4 . . . Dramatics 4 . . . Glee Club 2, 3, 4 . . .
Servers 4 . . . Intramurals 2, 3, 4.
3608 Plyers Mill Road, Kensington, Md.
French Club 4 . . . Intramurals 1, 4.
LAWRENCE B. SAGER
JOSEPH A. F. SAPPEY
1005 301h S1ree1, S.E.
TIMOTHY A. SHEEHAN
5516 Cenhr Slreol, Chevy Chase, Md.
GEORGE A. SIMPSON
JAMES I. SMITH
612 Longfellow Slrnl, N.W.
.AIICHBISHUP Hllllllll HIGH SCH
IIIIITES UF I956
WILLIAM A. SMITH
7743 Emerson Road, Hyamvllle, Md.
Library Club I . . . Intramurals 1, 2, 3.
WILLIAM S. STEED
4516 Illinois Avenue, N.W.
C.S.M.C. 4 . . . French Club 4 . . . Intramurals 3, 4.
. JEROME J. SULLIVAN
43I9 ram srmr, N.E.
Crescent 3, 4 . . . Debating 2 . . . Library Club 1 . . .
Patriot 3, 4 . . . Student Council 4 . . . Intramurals 1, 2.
DAVID P. TALLEY
25Il I7Ih Slreef, N.W.
Servers 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Intramurals 1 . . . Freshman Bas-
ketball . . . J.V. Basketball 2 . . . Varsity Basketball 3, 4.
RAYMOND E. TATRO
5906 48th Avenue, Riverdale, Md.
French Club 4 . . . Intramurals 1, 2.
VINCENT E. THOMPSON
649 Hamilton Slreel, N.W.
Band 1, 2 . . . Dramatics 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . Intramurals 1, 2,
3, 4 . . . Freshman Basketball.
WILLIAM T. THOMPSON
12502 Conneelieul Avenue, Silver Spring, Md.
Class Officer 4 . . . Intramurals 3, 4 . . . Varsity Football
4 . . . Baseball 3. 4.
A. M. JOSEPH TORRE
38 Riggs Road, N.E.
Library Club 1.
DONALD M. VERNON
4913 Neptune Avenue, Glassmanor, Md.
Intramurals 1, 2.
VINCENT P. WALTER
4808 Eastern Avenue, N.E.
Cheerleader 1 . . .
Servers 1, 2, 3, 4.
Band 2, 3, 4 . . . Dramatics 1 . . . Servers 2, 3,
Debating 1, 2, 3 . . . Dramatics 1 . .
JAMES G. WALTERS
609 Somerset Place, N.W.
BERNARD A. WATSON
1638 16th Street, S.E.
Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4.
JOSEPH A. TORREGROSSA
I649 Crittenden Street, N.E.
Intramurals 4 . . . Varsity Football 4.
PHILIP E. TRICKETT
906 Delalleld Place, N.W.
Class Officer 3, 4 . . . Debating 1, 4 . . . Servers 1, 2, 3, 4
. . , Student Council 3, 4 . . . Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 . . .
FREDERICK A. TURCO
5017 Malden Drive, Green Acres, Md.
Dramatics 4 . . . French Club 4 . . . Intramurals 4.
JOHN S. URBAN
4420 First Place, N.E.
Library Club 2 . . . Patriot 4 . . . Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4.
EDWARD P. WEBSTER
3616 N Slreof, N.W.
Band 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . French Club 4 . . . Intramurals 1, 4.
FRANK K. WIBLITZHOUSER
9214 Old Bladensburg Road, Silver Spring, Md.
Class Ofticer 1, 2, 3 . . . Intramurals 1, 2, 3 . . . Freshman
7403 Allison Slreel, Bellmead, Md.
Class Oflicer 1. 3 . . . Intramurals 1, Z, 3, 4.
JOSEPH M. WINSTON
4411 38th Slreet, N.W.
.ibrary Club 1 . . . Servers 1, 2, 3, 4.
MICHAEL R. WILSON
HARRY F. YOCUM
4223 291h Sheet, Ml. Rainier, Md.
Debating 1 . . . French Club 4 . . . Library Club 1, 3, 4
. . . Servers 3, 4. .
JOHN R. WOOD
4420 First Place, N.E.
Library Club 1 . . . Intramurals 4.
WALTER T. WRIGHT
10543 51. Paul Sheer, Kensington, Md
Intramurals 2, 3, 4 . . . Golf 4.
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With a wide variety of extra-curricular activities from
which to choose, student life at Czirroll is far from dull.
Participation in activities iclentihes the Student more closely
with his school, gives him ii sense of belonging, and con-
tributes much to his religious, cultural. social, and physical
development. ln addition to furnishing an outlet for energy
and enthusiasm. taking pzirt in the life and spirit of the
school develops ai Sense of responsibility and teaches the
art of cooperating with others and winning their cooperation.
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Mosl Rev. Canisius P. van Lierde, O.S.A., Papal Sacrislan and Vicar
General of Valican City, speaks with Ralph Curbelo, John Forbes, Stanley
Searles, and Alex Carlino alter celebratng the student Mass on the
occasion of his visit lo Carroll.
In addition to the formal classes in religion, a full pro-
gram of religious activities promotes the spiritual develop-
ment of the Carroll student and helps to mold him into
Christian manhood. Throughout the school year Mass is
celebrated and confessions are heard in the chapel each
morning. Opportunity is provided for everyone to go to
confessioniat least weekly. A Day of Recollection early in
the school year and the Annual Retreat at the beginning of
the second semester have become tirmly established tradi-
Above: Father Fittipaldi, moderator of the altar boys, is
assisted at Benedction by John Flood, John Leeke, and Bill
During the annual retreat this year Father Philip Brown
gave the conferences to the seniors in the library. Under-
classmen met in the auditorium.
Father Daley distributes Holy Communion at the Mass cele-
brated each morning in the school chapel. Tim Gorman is the
server holding the paten.
Below: Carroll students enjoy the advantage of having within
the school a chapel in which the Blessed Sacrament is reserved.
Many have acquired the habit of attending Mass each morn-
ing ancl making visits throughout the day.
At right: Among the proiects undertaken by the Catholic
Students' Mission Crusade is the annual canned food
drive. Support of this activity enables the C.S.M.C. to
distribute food to Washington's poor at Christmas. M.
Nalls, M. Thompson, M. Crouch, and T. Murray sort one
Top Left-Front Row: W. Coffman, J. Ebel, W. Danbruski, J. Smith, J.
Stewart, R. Glover, H. DuVal. Second Row: J. Latona, H. Cohen, J.
LoJacono, D. McConaty, R. Cotton, J. DiBari. Back Row: F. Wolf, M.
McKain, E. McNabb, G. Fowler, B. Woolwine, A. Fowler, M. Carpenter.
Upper Lelt-Front Row: J. Erler, R. Motley, D. Hayden, W. Culloty,
G. Hauser, A. Carlino. Second Row: J. Godbout, C. Botsford, T. Tracy,
D. Canfield, J. Delmore, R. Poole, W. Parker. Third Row: R. Skarr, J.
Postorino, H. Mealy, B. Morley, L. Balducci, R. Krahling. Back Row:
J. Shepard, C. Boone.
Lower Left-Front Row: J. Haskell, N. Hilleary, W. Skruch, J. Catram-
bone, W. Kendrick, J. Moore, M. Werle. Second Row: R. Payne, R.
Eiter, M. McAdam, P. Neary, R. Johnson, J. Kiefer. Back Row: R.
Guilday, C. Youman, D. O'ConnelI, T. Bombard, J. Bateman.
Bottom Lelt-Front Row: J. Walters, D. Flynn, G. Hocker, T. Langston,
W. Bolton, P. Trickett. Second Row: P. McManus, A. DiLullo, J. Byrne,
J. Cooper, C. Miller. Back Row: J. Brady, H. Miller.
At left: Millard Crouch holds the floor at a meeting of the C.S.M.C.
as Fr. O'Malley looks on. The gentlemen giving their rapt attention
are J. Beers, F. Beck, K. Kadow, C. Youman, M. McAdam, J. Kadow,
B. Deavers, M. Thompson, R. Lee, F. Szwed, V. Pindell, B. Akers,
A. Carlino, and J. Hughes.
Top Right-Front Row: W. Blancke, P. Dean, J. McNeece, P. Stiekle, G.
Yeomans, F. Solis, R. Christian. Second Row: E. Dent, A. Fioramonti,
M. McGuire, T. Brown, J. Ross, R. Cooper. Third Row: P. Byrne, V.
Henley, J. Cullinane, F. Landolt, P. Abadie. Back Row: W. Romig,
D. Howell, J. Tate, R. Langston.
Upper Right-Front Row: M. Maloney, L. Sager, J. Leeke, J. Mitten,
J. Cahill, N. Curtin. Second Row: E. Greene, J. Marr, M. Thompson,
D. Carter, J. Flood, M. Auth. Back Row: J. Williams, R. Miller, J. Kemp,
H. Davis, J. Giannetti.
Lower Right-Front Row: S. Scott, J. McManemin, F. Galipo, A. Villa-
reale, M. D'Arcangelo, J. Crovato. Second Row: J. Neary, J. Hart, R.
Amato, K. Cavey, P. Attig, J. Robson. Back Row: L. Lozupone, A. Cecil,
T. Driscoll, R. Clune, J. Caricofe, J. Hallinan.
Bottom Right-Front Row: N. Kenny, F. Beck, H. Kerby, J. Healey, G.
Darnell, V. Walter. Second Row: H. Yocum, F. Campanella, J. Adams,
R. Adinolfi, M. Becker, L. Derx. Back Row: R. Cranston, T. Gorman, T.
Sheehan, J. Arata, T. Murnane.
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Ab0Vef Clarence Dennie, Frank Beck, Bernie
Dove, Frong Campana, and Phil Trickett, senior class
officers and Student Council leaders, pose on the
steps of the faculty building.
At right: At the rally berore the St. John's football game,
Student Council president Bernie Dove presents the award for
the winning poster to section 4C's president, John Kammerer.
The poster contest has now been set up as an annual event
with enthusiastic participation coming from every class section.
From the very outset of the fall semester, president
Bernie Dove and the other members of the Student Council
began to lay the groundwork for what proved to be one of
the most active years in the short history of the organization.
Under Father Melcher's direction, the Council inaugurated
an orientation program for the new freshmen during the
first week of school. The football and basketball pep
rallies were also inspired by the Council.
Probably the most far-reaching accomplishment of this
year's Student Council was the investigation of the National
Honor Society and the recommendation, later approved by
the administration, that a chapter be established here. The
Carroll Chapter of the NHS will be in full operation next
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Below: The 1955-56 Student Council. Front Row: John Pumphrey, Raul
Almario, Frank Beck lcorresponding secretaryl, Edward Del Tufo, Alex-
ander Carlino. Second Row: Clarence Dennie lrecording secretaryl,
Louis Lozupone, Martin Compton, Michael Becker, Charles Cherry, Robert
Phelan, Joseph Ryan. Back Row: Philip Trickett ltreasurerl, Bernard
Deavers, Leonard Metallo, Frank Campana lvice-presidentl, Bernard
Dove lpresidentl, Joseph Suraci.
jack Chesney , . . , . . .
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Charley Wykehani ....,
Lord Fancourt Babberley
Amy Verdun .. .
Kitty Spettigue . , .
Col. Sir Francis Chesney
Stephen Spettigue ...... .
Dona Lucia D'Alvadorez
Ela Delahay . . .
. . . , . .john Topper
. .Richard Cuthbert
. . . A ,David Barrett
g fPatricia O'Meara
, . . . .Gaillard Hunt
lx Frances Murphy
This scene from the last act of Charley's Aunt takes place in the
drawing room of Mr. Spettigue's house. Judging by the look on Mr.
S's face, it appears that the play is about to come to a climax with
the discovery of the real identity of Charley's "aunt." The players are
J. Topper, Barbara Byrnes, Susan Savercool, D. Barrett, G. Hunt, Joy
Neff, and M. McGrath.
Dave Barrett unconcemedly fans his way out of a tight spot
in response to suggestions from John Topper. Reggie Van
Gleason, Ill, gets into the act at the right.
Moderators of the Mask and Buskin, Frs. Kelly and Churbuck,
are faced with the problem of choosing the right people for
the right parts as they watch tryouts for Charley's Aunt.
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The Mask and Buskin is intended to provide
an opportunity for the students of Archbishop
Carroll High School to develop their dramatic and
technical talents in producing good plays for their
own self-improvement and for the entertainment
and enjoyment of all.
Stalag 17, a production which enjoyed a suc-
cessful and well-attended two-night run, was the
first play of the season. Charleylv Aunt, bright-
ened by the presence in the cast of a number of
young ladies from Immaculate Conception Acad-
emy, followed in the spring and was rated by many
as a worthy successor to last seasonls highlight,
Under the guidance of Father Kelly and Father
Churbuck, the Mask and Buskin has developed
into a dramatic group of exceptional competence.
Split-second timing behind the scenes is necessary for effec-
tive lighting and sound effects. John Marr, Mike Werle, and
Frank Sabate are alert tor their cues as Stalag 17 unfolds
l. Sager tries to entice A. Gill to get out of the tub and
retrieve the towel, while- J. Warner, T. Bishop, J. Godbout,
H. Raymond, D. Barrett, and F. Turca wait with amusement
to see what will happen.
In this scene from Stalag I7 Tom Bishop peers over Richard
Bomlser's shoulder to see what's cooking. Henry Raymond
shows a lack of interest in an early breakfast.
After one of the many rehearsals for the Christmas concert, Glee Club
members gather around the piano for some informal harmony as Bernie
Hammett pounds the keys.
Above: Mr. Lupica confers with Mrs. Adele
Bush who graciously accompanied the Glee
Club again this year. Right: Hard work and
ong hours of practice are rewarded in a suc-
lYith Father Cain as moderator and Mr. Lupica as director, the Carroll
Glee Club gave us many pleasant hours of music during the past year. Both
at Christmas and in the spring, these versatile vocalists presented public
concerts which were accorded a warm reception. Their sensitive interpre-
tation of classical, semi-classical, and popular favorites has established for
the Glee Club a reputation as a polished musical organization.
Some sixty voices contributed to the success of the past season. Although
the graduating seniors will leave places that will be difiicult to till, the
gradual maturing of the talents of the underclassmen brighten the prospects
for the future.
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CarroII's iunior debaters. Front Row: D. Canfield, W. Wallace, L. Godey,
A. Griffith, J. Schwab. Second Row: R. Bigley, B. Woolwine, R. Baker,
Interest in debating reached a new
high this year with a large turnout of
students to swell the ranks of the junior
debaters. With Father Arthur ,Smith
directing the junior debaters and Father
Skelly continuing as moderator of the
seniors, a program of intramural and prac-
tice debates was organized in preparation
for the league meetings. Special attention
was given to logical thinking and orderly
development of arguments, as well as to
the mechanics of speech and delivery.
R. Titus, -A. Fowler, J. Turner. Back Row: J. Moore, Fr. A. Smith, J.
Shepard, R. Sullivan.
Below: An amusing moment in an intramural debate momentarily
diverts Joe Ryan, Phil Trickett, John Risher, and Dick Cuthbert. Bill
Ryan is the comedian.
Above: Gathering information and compiling notes for a
debate is an arduous task, but not an altogether unrewarding
one-especially when Carroll comes out on top in the com-
Fr. Skelly works with two debaters in preparing their talks.
Under the moderator's direction, the senior debating team has
become one of the area's top forensic groups.
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Fr. Skelly and senior debater Joe Ryan get together for a
consultation prior to an important verbal battle.
Confident of ultimate victory, Bill Ryan catches a brief nap
at the rostrum. It took our best men to do it, but we aut-
talked the girls.
The 1955-56 senior debating team. Fr. Skelly, moderator,
Joseph Fazekas, Philip Trickett, Daniel Martin, John Risher,
Thomas Guilfoy, Raymond Cranston, William Ryan, William
Fern, Joseph Ryan, Richard Cuthbert,
After holding the Catholic League title for a year,
Carroll's senior debating team, with a record of six victories
and two defeats, had to be content with second place this
time. Gonzaga placed first with a seven and one record.
The topic for all debates this year was, Resolved: That
governmental subsidies should be granted to high school
graduates who qualify for additional training.
Although graduation will claim six debaters, their
places will be ably filled by candidates moving up from
the junior team.
Much pensive reflection and effort go
into the preparation of the Patriot. Dick
Rael mulls over the development of an
idea before putting pencil to paper.
What is a yearbook? An account of the
events and activities of the passing year, yes, but
even more than that, it is a permanent record
which will not and cannot be effaced, just as our
past actions can never be changed. This book
that we have made will be read and read again,
endlessly, in years to come. Each time this volume
is opened, what we have said and done will live
once more. It may be a somewhat disquieting
realization for the graduating senior to apply to
himself the words that he may remember from
Shakespeare's Sonnet XVIII: "So long as men
shall breathe or eyes can see, So long lives this,
and this gives life to thee."
This 1956 Patriot, then, is a memory which
extends to the past but also stretches out to an
indefinite future. If the staff has succeeded in its
modest. goal of portraying in picture and in print
Carroll as you knew it, we shall feel amply repaid
for our efforts.
Front Row: Dick Rael, Pat Hickey, John Warner, Bill Ryan.
Second Row: Dennie Flynn, John Courtney, Neil Kenny, Jeff
Bowman, Tom O'Pray. Third Row: Jack Urban, Dave Lippert,
Don McGarvey, Jerry Sullivan, Hugh Miller, Bob Hawkins.
Back Row: John Marchetti, Ray Cranston, John Dimond.
Fr. Burnell, yearbook moderator, at a Patriot staff meeting, tries to iron out a few
writing problems. By careful editing and complete coverage, the latest edition
ol the Patriot hopes to set a mark for others to aim at.
Editor .......,... ,.,,. R ichard IC. Rael
Assistant Editors. . . ..,. James R. Cranston,
Neil P. Kenny
Business Managers ,.,. .... D onald J. McGarvey,
Jerome J. Sullivan
Senior Editors .... ..,. D onald J. McGarvey,
John S. Urban
Sports Editors ,,.. .,., J ohn C. Courtney,
The business end of our yearbook claims the attention
af Jerry Sullivan, Tom O'Pray, and Don McGarvey, here
:hecking the patron list.
The interminable iob of writing is ably attended to by
Dennis Flynn, John Courtney, and Ray Cranston, all
busily engaged in turning out material for the Patriot.
Dennis J. Flynn
Stay .,..... Jeffrey L. Bowman, John J. Dimond,
Robert P. Hickey, William P. Jones, John P.
Kammerer, Robert J. Lee, David J. Lippert,
John A. Marchetti, Hugh M. Miller, Thomas
R. OiPray, Charles R. Presley, John H. Rocca,
William A. Ryan, John J. Warner.
Photographers. .Michael A. Auth, John S. Cooper,
Robert E. Hawkins
Seated: Lawrence Peter, Harry Yccum, Thomas Murnane, Neil Kenny, Thomas
Langston, William Brown, John Cook, David Kleiler, Beniamin Cesario, John
Mitton, Robert Tucker. Standing: Jerome Contee, Jan Patrick, Peter Probst,
Nathaniel Greenhouse, Jeffrey Bowman.
W. Potere, 0. Medler, and T. Adams find that a
good deal of preparatory work is necessary before
a new book can be placed on the shelves.
Carl Moeller and Neil Kenny replace books that
have been returned to the library. Carroll's well-
balanced collection provides source material for
class assignments as well as recreational reading.
LIBB RY CL B
Few extra-curricular activities are so closely related to
the educational program of the school and confer such direct
benefits upon the members as does the library club. Through
their daily work in the library the staff gains a first-band
knowledge of a wide variety of standard sources of infor-
mation. Under the supervision of Father Boyle, library
club members are trained to carry out the routine tasks
involved in cataloguing, processing books for the shelves,
and circulating them to students.
During the past year a notable event was the program
arranged for Catholic Book Week, to which parents and
students from other schools were invited. Featured were
prominent speakers and an elaborate display of Catholic
books, magazines, and newspapers.
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President Peter Probst and vice-president Nathaniel Greenhouse concentrate on their
experiment in bacteriology. Carl Moultrie, secretary, Kenneth Stewart, and Neil Kenny try
their luck at trapping a deposit of tar from nicotine as Fr. Cyril Smith looks on. A new-
comer to extra-curricular activities this year, the biology club was officially named the
Mendel Club in honor. of the eminent Augustinian scientist. Moderated by Frs. Smith and
Mahoney, the Mendel Club provides an opportunity for members to carry on biological
studies and experiments beyond the scope of the classroom.
The founding members of the French Club, Michael Lane, Richard Brown, Raphael Adinolfi,
Vincent Marcellino, Thomas Griffin, Roger Brunelli, Richard Bomber, John Price, John Risher,
John Kammerer, Daniel Martin, Raymond Tatro, Bernard Dove, Sprague Higgins, and the
club's moderator Fr. Deery meet weekly for special studies in French pronunciation, vocabulary
and grammar. Use is made of recordings and the Reader's Digest in French to which all
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The band has developed this year into a well-drilled unit
under the direction and leadership of Mr. Hart, Fr. Steinman
and Fr. Shurer. Above, part of the band is seen in full-dress
uniform ready to march. Their half time shows during the
football season won them many a warm round of applause.
A friendly argument is always a pleasant way to pass the
time while waiting for practice to begin. Here sophomore
bandsman Skruch pulls rank on freshmen Howe, Culloty, and
The Carroll Band has been an important fac-
tor in carrying the name and spirit of the school
beyond the limits of our own campus. This versa-
tile organization provides a stirring medley of
spirited tunes at athletic contests and, in their
winter and spring concerts, shows its mastery of
classical music as well.
The conductor of the Band, Mr. Raymond
Hart, has capably drilled the bandsmen in a wide
range of marches and concert pieces. Father Stein-
man and Father Shurer are moderators.
Members of the band bedecked in full rvegalia proudly stand
in formation. This year the band spent many long hours
practicing the formations which they used in their numerous
Mr. Raymond Hart, band director, and the members of the
concert band enioy a momentary break in their almost never-
W 575' mx
Fr. Shurer and Fr. Steinman confer with Mr. Hart in an apparently
hilarious discussion of prospective numbers to be included in the band's
Fallen human nature being what it is-and it
seems to be more so among teen-agers-there is the
regrettable necessity of curbing the exuberance
which sometimes leads to disorder. The Student
Guards were organized for the purpose of reducing
this problem to a minimum. During the lunch
periods the Student Guards are stationed on the
stairways, in the cafeteria, and at other points of
congestion to keep unruly freshmen Qand othersj
Nick Bariolomeo, assigned to duty in the cafeteria,
checks to see if Torn Bishop, Larry Reed, Joe Torre, and
Danny McGuire are getting their daily quota of vitamins.
left: Fr. Carney, moderator of the Student Guards, in-
vests George Austin with the familiar symbol of
authority, as captain Leonard Metallo gives a helping
Front Row: Joseph Wilkes, John Vecchiarelli, Roscoe Christian,
Gerald Godbout, Henry Kerby, Edward Dent. Second Row:
Daniel Burton, Louis Godey, David Carter, John Adams, John
Price, Joseph Ryan, Richard Eiter. Back Row: George Austin,
Nicholas Bartolomeo, Robert Defflnbaugh, Leonard Metallo,
Robin Green, Frank Flippen, Joseph Curtis.
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A night. of happy memories for the Class of
1956, the Senior Prom was ihe lust important
social event of their four years at Carroll.
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The social season of 1955-56 was ushered in by the Student
Councils annual Halloween Dance which is traditionally the first
social event of the year. The sophomores proved that they were
not to be outdone by anyone, as their Snow Ball provided a suc-
cessful introduction to the Christmas holidays. A well-attended
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students to have a good time for a good cause.
The Junior and Senior Proms, as always, were the highlights
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Beck, Millard Crouch, Mike Nalls, and friends, managed to set a new record
in raising funds for the missions.
Above: The informal dances are regularly held in the cafe-
teria which takes on a new appearance when graced with
the presence of new and smiling faces.
Above: Santa Claus, disguised as sophomore class president
Raul Almario, passes out early Christmas gifts at the Snow
Ball. Mac Compton is on the receiving end.
Left: Thoughts are far from classwork tonight and the English
test which will welcome us back to school bright and early
on Monday morning.
Fr. Driscoll begins the prayer opening
a meeting of the Fathers Club which
featured films of Washington Redskin
football games and a talk by Ralph
Guglielmi, second from left, former
Notre Dame star and present Redskin
F THER '
There can be no doubt that one of the most
valuable assets that Carroll possesses is a strong
and active Fathers Club. As the teacher shares by
a kind of delegation the responsibility of the parent
in educating, the additional contact between home
and school afforded by the Fathers Club is of
direct benefit to all concerned.
During the past year, among the many not-
able firsts sponsored by the Fathers Club was the
very successful Career Night.
Mr. W. Edward Gallagher, president, has provided
the inspiring leadership which carried the Fathers
Club through a year marked by increasing success.
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Nineteen Hfty-six marked a new expansion
in the athletic program at Carroll. The old standbys
were here, of course+football, basketball, and base-
ball. However, increasing interest was shown in
some of the activities which have arrived more
recently on the scene. Archery, bowling, golf, and
track gave an opportunity for participation in sports
to a greater number of students.
The pages following note some of the high-
lights of the past season. The year's record was
balanced by thrilling victories and disappointing
defeats, but, win or lose, spirit was high, rivalry
was keen, and good sportsmanship was evident.
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The Robin Hoods of Carroll
take aim at the bullseye.
From left: Michael Proctor,
Arthur Weiseger, Alan Gill,
Nathaniel Greenhouse, Jan
Patrick, William Martin, Mar-
tin Puryear, Charles Carter,
Francis Morigi, Louis Godey,
Frank Williams, Philip Brown,
John Drissel, Robert Hawkins,
BOWLl G CLUB
Terry Newman intently eyes the duckpins as Fr.
0'Malley, Frank Morigi, John Drissel, Bill Pendle-
ton, Joe Werres, and Chris Worch look on.
A study in expressions as Mike Nalls sets himself to roll a
strike. Tony Shannon relaxes, Millard Crouch gives the cold
eye to a thirsty friend, Joe Neri waches the action in the
Under the spirited direction of Fathers Kelly and
Churbuclz, Carroll's 1955-56 cheerleading squad has won
for itself the Well-deserved admiration and unstinted ap-
proval of fans and student body.
Too often the efforts of the cheerleaders are overlooked.
Not so with the Carroll gang! Their unllagging and en-
thusiastic spirit bolstered the morale of the teams and the
fans when the going was at its toughest.
The agile tumblers have become recognized through-
out the city as one of the most unusual bits of half-time
entertainment to appear on the high-school scene in many
a season. Y
The members of the cheerleading squad press Dick Casey
into service as their chautteur as they lead the motorcade to
F. Szwed and V. McHujh enthusiastically lead an eager group
of students in some cheers during one of the exciting basket-
ball games of the past season.
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Fzieecl with an almost complete rebuilding job, Coach
Bob Dwyer niolclecl :1 quintet which marie a creditable
showing in spite of fl harrl-luelc season. Graduation claimed
four out of the starting live who hurl compiled a 14-4 record
while leztcling t':n'roll to its most successful season since
entering: varsity competition three years ago.
This year the Lions competed in the newly formed
Wasliintqton-Ilaltimore Catholic League which matched the
top Catholic teams of both cities against each other. -loin-
ing Carroll in this loop were St. johns of Washington, and
Mt. St. Alosephls, Czilvert Hall. and Loyola of Baltimore.
The picture, fortunately, looks encouraging for next
season. Although Iliela l'etrillo, Bernie Dove, Bob Deftin-
baugh, and Dave Talley have turned in their green and
golcl uniforms, the great majority of this years Squitcl will
be in action at the old stand when December rolls around.
A number of promising junior varsity cagers will move up
to the big team to till the spots vacated by the seniors.
That Catholic League crown may not be too far away!
Below right: Ronald Jenkins, standout ball handler, is guarded
by a Calvert Hall man as the lions work the ball into shoot-
Below: Jenkins, surrounded by the Gonzaga team, leaps high
to get his shot away in one of the Catholic League double-
Above: Dead-eye Willie Wells registers two points from his
favorite location in a thriller which saw Carroll edge Mt. St.
The T955-56 edition of the Carroll cagers. Kneeling are Charley Hart, Dave Talley,
Frank Campana, Jim Howell, Eddie Greenan, and Tom Tracey, manager. John Dimond,
Above: Closely guarded, Dick Petrillo
manages to get high enough off the
ground to loop his shot into the basket.
manager, Ron Jenkins, Bob Deffinbaugh, Al Ferraro, Willie Wells, Bernie Dove, Dick
Petrillo, and Mr. Dwyer, coach, make up the back row.
Below: Coaches Bob Dwyer and Tommy Nolan
confer before another renewal of the red-hot
Above: Willie Wells is carried off the
court on the shoulders of Mike Holohar
and John Kammerer after his last-second
shot provided the margin of victory over
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After getting oft' to a slow start early in the season,
the junior varsity quickly realized their mistakes and Came
back after Christmas vacation a much improved team. A
quintet with a combination of players like Mauricewalker,
Dennie Howell, Alvin jenkins, Mike Suraci, and Bill
Weneta could not lose for long.
All in all, it was a good year for the junior Lions.
They had to face a gruelling schedule averaging three to
four games a week against the toughest teams in the area.
The brand of basketball played by the -l.V. was a
typical example of the high type of sportsmanship shown
by every athletic team representing Archbishop Carroll
Carroll 42 Montgomery-Blair 57
Carroll 41 Wheaton 44
Carroll 43 Roosevelt 34
Carroll 45 Coolidge 52
Carroll 47 Anacostia 34
Carroll 39 McKinley
Carroll 53 McKinley
Carroll 47 DeMatha
Carroll 56 Coolidge
Carroll 55 Gonzaga
Carroll 65 St. John
Carroll 46 Roosevelt
Carroll 55 Georgetown Prep
Carroll 62 St. John
Carroll 58 Wilson
Carroll 68 Wheaton
Carroll 60 DeMatha
Carroll 46 Gonzaga
Carroll 43 Mount St., Joseph
Carroll 62 Wilson
Carroll 72 Capitol Page
Won 'l5 Lost 6 Pct. .714
Strain is reflected on the face of Mike Suraci as he takes the
rebound away from two opponents. Half-hidden in the
foreground is Reginald Johnson who, with Suraci, was a key
man in the Little Lions' offense.
The Little Lions are front row: Bill Weneta, John Leeke, manager, and
Pat Byrne, and in the back row: John Dimond, Mike Rice, Mike Suraci,
Dennis Griltin, Dennis Howell, Reginald Johnson, and Fr. Ketter, coach.
Judging by this year's record, the J.V.'s have great potential and will
make excellent varsity material.
The 1955-56 Freshman Basketball Lions.
Standing: Ricky Del Tufo, Bill Heurich,
George May, John Rease, Warren Kauf-
man, Ed Malloy, Mike Romig, Gene Mc-
Nabb, Frank Suraci, Bob Workman,
Mike McKain. Kneeling: Jim Ebel, Fr.
Ferrence, Dan Hogan, Doug Barnes.
Below: During a time-out in the Mackin
game, Fr. Ferrence gives instructions to
G. May, M. Romig, M. McKain, D.
Barnes, and E. Malloy. Del Tufo and
McNabb eye the scoreboard.
Carroll 35 Gonzaga
Carroll 60 Priory J.V.
Carroll 55 Southeast Boys Club
Carroll 40 St. John
Carroll 55 Western Boys Club
Carroll 23 Mackin
Carroll 31 Mount St. Joseph
Carroll 33 DeMatha
Carroll 43 Mount Sf. Joseph
Carroll 63 St. Ann
Carroll 39 Mackin
Won 8 Lost 3 Pct. .727
Ed Malloy comes in from the left as Gene McNabb
scrambles for the ball with two Gonzaga players.
Ricky Del Tufo waves to a pal in the stands.
FRE HMA BASKETBALL
Father FerrenCe's freshman hoopsters, animated hy
drive and spirit, racked up a record of 8 wins and 3 losses
to Write nn end to 21 successful season. lixcept for the St.
Johns tussle and the two meetings with :1 surprising
Mackin team in which the victors squenked lmy with but
two points to spare, the Lions had no trouble in disposing
of the opposition.
Most of the frosh squad will move up to the junior
varsity ranks next season, guaranteeing ai bright prospect
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Front Row: Jerry Purdy, Tony Rodriguez. Second Row: Jim Schwab, Pat Byrne, Otto Gerhardt, Mike
Rice, Larry Kupper, Pat Greene, Don Sodero, Eddie Brown, Frank Campana, John Cox. Third Row:
Phil Kupper, John Robinson, Jim Hughes, Phil Trickett, Joe Kammerer, Dick Petrillo, Terry Newman,
Bernie Dove, Jim Byrne, Buddy Dennie, Jim McNeil, Joe Neri, John Vecchiarelli, John Dimond, man-
The 1956 edition of the baseball Lions got off to a
roaring start with a string of six victories over Dunbar,
Priory, two over Mackin, DeMatha, and St. Alban, in
which Carroll piled up a sensational 101 runs to 26 for
the opposition. There then followed an in and out season
with the Lions hot one day and cold the next.
Win or lose, the hustle and spirit of the team deserve
the highest Commendation. Frank Campana, Buddy Dennie,
and Pat Green, mainstays of the pitching staff, never turned
in a poor performance. Joe Kammerer, behind the plate
was easily the outstanding schoolboy catcher in the Wash-
ington area. Jim Byrne's power at the plate paced. the
Carroll hitting attack.
Coach Bob Dwyer, pitcher Buddy Dennie, and
catcher Joe Kammerer, talk strategy before the
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The Library Club
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Col. Julian D. Abell
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin F. Akers
Mr. and Mrs. joseph Arata
Mr. and Mrs. Francis W. Auth
Mrs. R. A. Baker
Mr. and Mrs. Baldo I. Balducci
Pvt. R. A. Bandong
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Barnes
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bauman
Thomas A. Beach, Sr.
William L. Beach
Telula H. Beck
Margaret M. Bishop
and Mrs. Eugene J. Blancke
and Mrs. William C. Bolton
Bond Vacuum Stores, Inc.
Dr. and Mrs. A. Keene Bowie
Mr. and Mrs. Randolph G. Brady
Mrs. Laura Bradley
Mrs. Lillian Bresnahan
Mr. W. A. Bresnahan
Mr. and Mrs. Edward M. Brown
Mrs. Emily M. Brown
Mrs. Sarah F. M. Brown
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph P. Browne
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Brubacher
Col. A. R. Brunelli
Mrs. Austin F. Canfield
Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Canyes
Mr.-and Mrs. Peter Carlino
Mr. james L. Carter
Capitol Fur Shop
Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Cherry
joseph D. Clagett
Mrs. Margaret McConnell
john F. Colbert
Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Connelly
Edwin A. Cookey
Mrs. S. L. Cooper
Mr. and Mrs. Walter P. Coppinger
Mrs. Edward J. Cox
Edward J. Cox
Mr. and Mrs. August Crane
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard D. Crooke
Mr. and Mrs. Millard V. Crouch
Mrs. Margaret Cunico
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph F. Curtis, Sr.
Bartholomew D. Daly
William J. Dambeck
Mr. and Mrs. William M. Danbruski
Mrs. Ellia Dawson
Mr. and Mrs. Paul F. Dean
john P. Debicki
Dr. and Mrs. Miguel E. Bustamante
David R. Byrd
Mr. and Mrs. James J. Byrne
David C. Callan
Mr. and Mrs. Frank N. Campanella
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin N. Campbell
Edward R. Dent, jr.
Edward A. Derx
John J. Dimond, Sr.
W. C. Doherty
Harold I. Dove
C. Wade Downing
Edwin H. Duff
john W. Eccleston
and Mrs. James M. Edelen
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Edelin
Lena F. Edwards, M.D.
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred H. Ferraro
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas G. Finucane
Elizabeth F. Fitzgerald
Mr. and Mrs. joseph L. Fitzmvaurice
Edward F. Flanagan
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard L. Fleming, Sr
Capt. Chelmer L. Flynn
Mrs. joan E. Flynn
Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Folliard
Mr. and Mrs. Frank A. Galipo
Cleveland C. Gee
The Genau Family
and Mrs. Andrew J. Gerber
Mrs. Mary E. Goode
Mr. and Mrs. Edward T. Green
Mr. and Mrs. Philip W. Green
Greenan Watch Supply Co.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul F. Grifiin
Vera K. Griflith
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Guilfoy
Mr. and Mrs. Russell E. Hamill Sr.
john M. Hardy
Mrs. Evelyn C. Harris
Eustace S. Hart
Mr. and Mrs. Albert J. Haskell
Daniel F. Hayes, Sr.
Robert N. Hackett
Donald M. Hernon
William G. Hessler
Mr. and Mrs. Victor M. Heumann, Sr
Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Higgins
Mr. and Mrs. E. Higginson
Mr. and Mrs. George Hocker
Mr. and Mrs. James Howell
Hyattsville Auto 81 Supply Co., Inc.
Bertha A. Jones
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley W. Kadow
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Kalis
Mr. Edward F. Kammcrer
Dr. and Mrs. Martin J. Kelley
Mr. and Mrs. James F. Kelly and
William L. Kemp
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Kendrick
Mr. and Mrs. James P. Kenny
Mr. and Mrs. Brooke Kerby
Mr. and Mrs. Henri Kling
Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Klodzen
Brg. Gen. Thomas A. Lane
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Latham
Mr. and Mrs. Litteri
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H. Locraft
Richard M. Long
Dennis E. Love
Mr. and Mrs. Neil MacDonald
Mrs. Thomas M. McAdam
Mrs. Dorothy McArdle
Mr. and Mrs. C. F. McCormack
Mr. and Mrs. John A. McConaty
Wm. McCutcheon, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward M. McDermott
J. B. McElroy
Mrs. Wm. H. McGilvery
Leo F. McGinley
John Wm. McGowan
James F. McGrath
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. McGuire
Mr. and Mrs. John A. McKain
Capt. Bernard McMahon
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph C. McManemin
Regis J. McManus
Mrs. M. McKeand
Mrs. Edwin J. Madill
Robert E. Maher
Mr. and Mrs. Cyril Malloy
Edward A. Malloy
A. A. Maloney
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. P. Maloney
Mr. and Mrs. Francis P. Manning
W. H. Martin, Jr.
Charles A. May, Jr.
Miss Katherine E. Miller
Stephen E, Miller, III
Mrs. Stephen E. Miller, Sr.
Mr. and Mrs. Lester K. Miller
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen E. Miller, Jr.
Nellie E. Miller
Harold I. Mitchell
Mr. and Mrs. J. Nelson
Rev. A. T. Newman
Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. O'Keefe
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. H. Page
Mrs. William F. Parker
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence A. Peter, Sr.
The Polvinale Brothers
Mr. and Mrs. Paul R. Presley
Mr. and Mrs. Frank D. Price
Earl P. Ready
Robert C. Riordan
Very Rev. Msgr. John B. Roeder
Hon. and Mrs. Leo A. Rover
Michael W. Ryan
Mr. and Mrs. Patrick T. Ryan
Mr. and Mrs. W. Gerard Ryan
Mr. and Mrs. Henri J. Sappey
Mrs. Helen E. Schlichter
Kirke G. Schnoor
Mr. and Mrs. Carl W. Schoettle
John F. Schwetje
Mrs. Stephen Shandor, Sr.
Mrs. Theresa Shandor
Dr. and Mrs. James A. Shannon
Mrs. A. Sheehan
Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Shipley
Mr. and Mrs. Jos. H. Slaughter
William and Arthur Sonntag
John G. Stewart, Sr.
Joseph Patrick Starke
Mr. and Mrs. James A. Sullivan, Jr.
Mr. Jerome J. Sullivan
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph C. Suraci
Wm. J. Tate
Raymond F. Tatro
Mrs. Mary McGinn Taylor
George E. Thompson
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph C. Timmick
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph S. Torre
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Traynor
Mrs. Iolanda Trickett
Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph J. Turco
Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Tylor
cfm Gerald R. Ursitti
A. D. Vanech
Mr. Charles Walker
G. A. Walker
Mrs. Vincent de Paul Walter
Mr. and Mrs. James A. Walters
Mr. and Mrs. Z. V. Warner
Mrs. Dan Weaver
Mr. and Mrs. Fulton Wheeter
Lena M. Winberg
Ace Fire Extinguisher Service GCOYEC C- Baker
Distributor of Fyr-Fyter Products Baker-Webster Printing Company
WA 7-7300 Benjamin Franklin University
J. W. Bachman 1100 16th Street, N. W.
1131 9th Street, N. W. Washington, D. C-
HU 3-3220 Brookland Barber Shop
Bakerls photo Supply Inc, First Class Shop, First Class Service
Complete Photo Supply Hdqs. 3506 12th Street, N- W-
4611 Wisconsin Avenue, N. W. C21hi1l'S Cafe
EM 2-9100 2147 P Street, N. W.
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2420 Wisconsin Avenue, N. W.
Washington, D. C.
Campanella 81 Company
919 11th Street, N. W.
Complete Valet Service
605 Chesapeake Street, S. E. IO 2-1405
Clarke 81 Turner, Locksmiths
IZZIM New York Ave., N. W. ME 8-3005
Francis J. Collins Funeral Home
3821-3823 14th Street, N. W.
Columbia Texaco Service
2921 Georgia Avenue, N. W.
Painting and Decorating
1205 Otis Street, N. E.
S. M. Deftinbaugh
State Farm Insurance Co.
JU 9-3681 JU 9-2248
R. G. Dunne, Realtor
2385 Rhode Island Avenue, N. E.
Fine Eyewear Since 1898
Washington and Bethesda
6143 Georgia Avenue, N. W., D. C.
521 Dale Drive, Silver Spring
1277-1283 East-West Highway
Frank's Home Bakery
Wedding and Birthday Cakes
1907 Michigan Avenue, N. E.
Giant Food Department Stores
Washington, D. C.
Harris 81 Ewing
Photographers of National Notables
1304 G Street, N. W.
john W. Higdon 81 Son
Plumbing and Heating
4300 10th Street, N. E. LA 6-7878
Horn's Cities Service Station
7730 Georgia Avenue, N. W.
Washington, D. C.
Jack Pry, Ltd.
1218 Connecticut Avenue AD 4-1926
519 Massachusetts Avenue, N. W.
Johnson 81 Adams, Inc.
917 15th Street, N. W.
Washington, D. C.
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Stafford L. jones
1251 Wisconsin Avenue, N. W.
Keegan's T. V. and Appliances
4584 MacArthur Boulevard, N. W.
202, to SOR off list prices
Koolair Company U
801 Irving Street, N. E.
Washington 17, D. C.
J. A. Laporte, Inc.
Louie and George
Saxony Bar and Grill
907 Pennsylvania Avenue, N. W.
Maggie's Restaurant and Soda Fountain
4239 Wisconsin Avenue, N. W. EM 2-6209
Wm. S. Mann, Interior Decorator
3016 M Place, S. E. LU 2-0020
Marian's Beauty Shoppe
Marie F. Cord
Metropolitan Equipment Co., Inc.
3618 12th Street, N. W.
Washington 17, D. C.
Mitchell 81 Unsinn
801 Irving Street, N. E.
Washington 17, D. C.
Roger Moss, Realtor
2125 Rhode Island Avenue, N. E. HO 2-6020
M. P. M. Market
3600 12th Street, N. E.
5105 MacArthur Boulevard
Nalley's Funeral Home, Inc.
3200 Rhode Island Avenue
Mt. Rainier, Maryland
Page-Hughes Buick Inc.
621 Arlington Boulevard
fat Annapolis Roady
Falls Church, Virginia
John Quinn Co., Inc.
710 7th Street
Rainbow Cab Company
Wm. F. Ryan 81 Son
709 Michigan Avenue, N. E.
Washington, D. C.
P. J. Saffell Funeral Director
475 H Street, N. W.
Safe As America
U. S. Savings Bonds
Service Paint 81 Paper Company
4310 Bladensburg Road
Cottage City, Maryland
Wakefield Model Farms Dairy
41 L Street, S. E. LI 6-4700
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