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THE DOVE

1980



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The Dove

Volume 2, 1980

St. Mary 's College
of Maryland

St. Mary's City
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"an amazing conglomeration of people"

"a country club"

"studying every other night and drinking in between

"party! party! party!"

"an interesting experience"

"developing your sense of self

"Thursday night snackbar"

"a place for meeting personal study needs"






"a place to get off

"a challenge"

"a neat place to sail"

"abbity-babbity"

"one of the finer things in life"

"summer camp for older kids"

"frisbee golf

"a part of me and I will always be a
part of if

"great"

"a small out of the way place"

"fantastic, absolutely wild"

"very, very good to me"



FALL




Fall is



— moving in

— Frisbee golf

— soccer

— halloween

— volleyball

— sadie hawkins dance

— windsurfing and sailing

— Flag football





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Fall Weekend -



Frisbee Golf




Get your frisbees ready, it's the 1979 Fall Frisbee
Golf Tournament. Charging only $4.00 to eat and
drink and $3.00 just to drink, the IBA sponsored
an event the whole campus participated in.





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Tee-off was at noon on the steps of P.G. From there
frisbees flew! They flew on roofs, over trees, in ponds and
everywhere else imaginable! For a select few (and it was
only a few) the frisbees avoided these dreaded traps and
they could only watch as fellow students retrieved valuable
frisbees. The day ended just in time for a quick bite to eat
and a shower before the Sadie Hawkins dance that night.
Overall, it was an exciting day with fun, food, and frolic
for everyone.





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Soccer




The Men's Soccer team ended with a
disappointing 4-8-1 record. Mike Sweeney
returned for a second year of coaching,
giving both his time and valuable support to
the team. Junior Craig Hawkes was awarded
most valuable player award while senior
Dave Allen received the coaches award.
With experienced players returning, the
Saints look for a better fall season.




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Volleyball





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The 1979 Women's Volley-
ball squad had a very success-
ful season. They ended their
season with a 19-8 record
and ranked third in small
colleges in the state. Co-
captains Patty Jones and
Nancy Dudiak led the team
throughout the year.



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Flag Football




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Windsurfing




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Dance






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Music




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"SPLENDOR AND
DEATH OF JOAQUIN MURIETA'

"ARMS AND THE MAN"




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Staff



ADVISOR:
CO-EDITORS:

SENIOR SECTION EDITOR:

STAFF:



KATHARINE CARTER
LISA SMITH
LOUISE TOUSIGNANT
DEBBY RIGLER
PAM CULVER
SUSAN DAVIES
ROB JEPSON
ANGELA STOCKSDALE
TERRI SULLIVAN




The yearbook staff would like to extend special thanks to
Wim Cassard, Kevin Gleason, and Clif Smith for their time
and patience in developing and printing pictures for this
book.



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WINTER




Winter is . .



- Christmas caroling

- basketball

- fencing

- snow

- cheerleaders

- Christmas formal

- intramural basketball



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Christmas



The Christmas caroling party and
contest, sponsored by Dorchester
Dorm Council, was a spirit filled
event. Third center P.G. proved to be
the best overall vocalists but all the
same, everyone walked away win-
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"A Christmas Carol "was produced,
directed and presented by the SMC
student body. The play, which sent
the students into a festive spirit, was
well attended. It was a relaxing and
pleasant evening for everyone.



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Men 's Basketball



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With a record of 10 wins and 13 losses it
would seem the Saints had an unsuccessful
season. Winning, however, is not only dis-
played through points but effort as well.
Tom Maleski earned his way into the 1 ,000
point club while the other members played
quality ball. To the parents and student
body our Saints had a successful season.



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Women 's Basketball





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Tom Maleski was not the only Saint to earn 1 ,000
points. Terry Harford also earned this honor. She
was the first woman in the history of Saint Mary's
to accumulate 1,000 points throughout her college
career. (Congratulations Terry!) Although fan parti-
cipation was lacking, the Saints pulled through with
a 9-11-0 record. The team spirit and determination
guided the girls throughout their season.



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Monte Carlo Night



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One of the highlights of Spring
Semester was the annual Monte Carlo
Night. The entire student body
participated as waitresses, cooks,
dealers, gamblers or just spectators.
IRHC sponsored a gamblers paradise
with music, food, prizes and fun
for everyone. Despite the blizzard
that hit St. Mary's, the student
body wholeheartedly supported this
event and enabled IRHC to collect
over $1,100 for charity. This was a
night that displayed not only school
enthusiasm but a concern for others.



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SPRING





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Frisbee Golf Doubles Classic

Lacrosse

Sailing Regattas

Spring Formal

Baseball

Spring Fair

Sun-bathers

Graduation




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Maryland Day is . . . Speech-
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Parades, Jousting, Music, the
Dove, good food, and a fun
time for all!




Spring Fair Weekend



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Spring Fair Weekend proved to be fun
filled and action packed for everyone. For
those who liked a carnival atmosphere, bal-
loons, games, magicians, and a blue grass
band were offered as attractions. For the
sports enthusiasts, lacrosse, baseball, and
tennis were played on Saturday. The evening
ended with a dance featuring Whiskey Hollow.



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Still the fun was not over. Sunday featured
the Frisbee Golf Mixed Doubles Tournament.
For those not skilled in throwing a frisbee,
the waterfront also offered entertainment.
Windsurfers raced across the water creating
a colorful and spectacular view. All in all,
everyone had a fantastic weekend.



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Lacrosse




Desire, enthusiasm and a never say die spirit were the hall-
marks of the 1979 - 80 Men's Lacrosse team. With the out-
standing abilities of Michael Lord on offense and John
Nocher as goalie, the Saints ended their season with a 7-5-0
record. The encouragement of both the crowd and coaches
gave the team the motivation needed for a successful season.
The Saints ended the season ranked eighth in the nation and
narrowly missed the playoffs for the second year in a row.
A controversial decision by the NCAA again kept St. Mary's
out of post season play.



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The Women's Lacrosse team began as a young, inexperienced team. Although they had a disappointing
season of no wins and nine losses, this two year team learned strategies necessary for a winning team.
With players returning for a third season, the lady Saints are anticipating a more successful year next
Spring.



Baseball



The Saint Mary's Baseball team worked
hard this season. Although the record was
not good, the team's spirit never died, thus
providing a pleasant atmosphere for team
members and fans alike. With a discouraging
2-14 record, the Saints can only hope for a
winning season next year.




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PRESENTS

The class of 1 980/





DEBRA BENDER






DAVID ALLEN




PAMELA BODDICKER




ANNE BOYD



KEITH BRACE



ELIZABETH BRISCOE



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CHARLES BULINSKY



JOSEPH BURTON



MARTHA CARLON



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JANET CARTER




PAMELA CHEWNING




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AMY DAVIS



DALERIE DAVIS



JAMES DECKER






DONNA DENNY



SARA DESKIEWICZ



BARBRA DILLON






KAREN DIX



ALLISON DOBYNS



MARY DUDA



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JOHNANNA 1 ENTON




CARLA FRANTZ






DANIEL GAMMON



RICHARD GIBBS



MICHELLE GOLDEN






DIANA GOLDSMITH



SANDRA GRAMLING



ROBERT GRAVES



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THOMAS GREGORY






EDMUND HAISLMAIER



JOAN HARRIS-CRAWMER



CATHERINE HEISER






ELIZABETH HOLLYFIELD IVA HORN



EVANGELINE HUNT



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MICHAEL JEPSON



ROBERT JEPSON



LANE JOHNSON






JAI JONES



KATHLEEN KAIFER



BENJAMIN KINNISH




TIMOTHY KIRK




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BOB KNAPP



THOMAS LAHOOD



SALLY LATLIEF




FRANKIE LEACH





JAMES LEFFERT



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DIANE LITTEN




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ROBERT LOMBARDI




RUSTIN LUCAS





TAYLOR LUCAS



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OMPORN LULITANOND




RICHARD MAGNESS






THOMAS MALESKI



CATHERINE MARTZ



KAREN MATTHEWS



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STEPHEN MILLER



ROBERT MOORE



TERESA MORRONE





THOMAS MULLANEY






ERIN MUNDAY



HAROLD MURRAY



LINDA NAEHLE



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JANE NIXON



JOHN NOCHER



ERIN O'BRIEN






WAYLAND OWEN



TONY PAIT



YVONNE PARRISH





JOAN PINKAS



JANE PUBLICOVER



STEPHEN RAY



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DENISE RICHARDSON



TARA RICKETTS







DEBORAH ROBERT



COREY ROBERTS



GINNA SAAVEDRA



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SHAWN SAPP





ROBERT SAUNDERS




CATHY SCHAEFFER



JOHNATHAN SIMMEN






LINDA SKILLMAN



ROBERT SLEPITZA



JUDITH SMITH



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CELESTE SNYDER



WILLIAM STENGEL



KEVIN STEVENS




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MARIN STEVENS








CLAIR STEVENSON



CATHERINE STEWART





TRICIA STROMBERG



SALLY WARFIELD




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DARCEY WARNER






CAROL VAUGHAN




MARY WATERS




DAVID WRIGHT



RICHARD YOUNG



MARY YOUNKINS



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Senior Notes



1. DEBRA LYNN BENDER
"Debbie," Biology. Activities: SGA Sopho-
more rep., treasurer, Athletic Counsil. Wo-
men's Lacrosse, intramurals. Aspirations:
Grad work in microbiology. "Bacardi and
Pepsi forever!"

2. ANNE ELIZABETH BOYD

Activities: Christian Fellowship, St. Mary's
Dancers, St. Mary's Scholars, Resident As-
sistant, Dorm Council, Representative to
Science Division. Goal: Acceptance of Life.
Philosophy: Capite diem!

3. ELIZABETH EVERARD BRISCOE
Become that, which, you wish others to be.
Women's Varsity Lacrosse. Flag Football:
Fubars. Major: Human Development.

4. CHARLES FRANCIS BULINSKY
"Rhoda Peeps" and Milk, "Bugs," and off to
Grad School. Lookout world here I come!

5. JOSEPH JAY BURTON

Percussion Ensemble, Choir, "Godspell,''
"Sugar," Bermuda, Great Roomies, Fellow-
ship Friends, Music Faculty, Lots of good
times. Thanks and Love Mom and Dad,
Thank you Lord.

6. MARTY CARLON

Biology. Tennis Team, Women's Lacrosse,
Intramurals. Work a Muppet on the Muppet
Show, Grad work in Aquatic Ecology, Travel,
"Bacardi and Coke Forever!"

7. JANET ELAINE CARTER

Wildlife intern, SMC dancers. Yearbook,
B.S.U. executive Council 79-80, Choir and
Chamber Singers 76-77, intramural football
and basketball. Goal: To be happy.

8. DALERIE MARQUITA DAVIS
"Faith, A positive attitude, and a healthy
smile can conquer any problem and accom-
plish any goal." Goal: lawyer and perfor-
mer. Activities: BSU council. Musicals,
Basketball statitician, Theater technical crew.



9. DONNA L. DENNY
Hum Dev Rat Club, Philosophy Club. "To
go on to places that will lend at least as much
to grow on."

10. BARBARA J. DILLON

I enjoyed four years on the Women's Volley-
ball Team. My educational experiences were
very fulfilling. My future plans are in Busi-
ness Administration or Management.

11. KAREN DIX

"Rejoice in the Lord always . . . and the peace
of God, which surpasses all comprehension,
shall guard your hearts and minds in Christ
Jesus."

12. ALLISON SNOW DOBYNS

"Awan," Activities: almost championship
football (Honey J's and Fubars!); Wednesday
night Bambino's and Thursday night snack
bar. My only goal is to somehow be success-
ful.

13. RUTH L. ELWELL

Live life to it's fullest — you only pass this
way once. Life's greatest treasures are parents
and friends. Intramural advisory board,
intramural football, women's lacrosse.




14. JOHNANNA MARIE FENTON
Follow your road wherever it may lead and
be not afraid to dream! Vonnie and Oye the
greatest friends!! (senior yearbook com-
mittee).

15. RICK GIBBS

My love extends to all those people who
have been part of my life at St. Mary's especi-
ally the oyster orgy gang.

16. MICHELLE ANNE GOLDEN

Q.A. Dorm Council, Major: Human Develop-
ment, "Never be afraid to change or make
mistakes, life is the process of learning."

17. TOM L. GREGORY

•'Whale," Soc. Sci., Business Activities:
President Sailing Club, Sailing Team, Intra-
mural Sports, Skiing, Windsurfing, Aspira-
tions: "To keep my head when all about me
are losing theirs."

18. CATHY HEISER

Roger Caldwell and I plan to marry soon and
live in California. There I'll do my artwork
and live for the Lord Jesus Christ.

19. EDMUND F. HAISLMER

"We are confronted by Insurmountable
Opportunities."

20. MICHAEL ANTHONY J EPSON

Philosophy of Life: Knowledge is active and
frets itself away; Goodness is passive and
therefore eternal as the hills - Arthur Haley
- Future Goals: Rob Banks and Find Mean-
ing. Activities at St. Mary's: Health Food
Co-op 3-4, Basketball.

21. ROBERT J EPSON
Do I dare

Disturb the Universe
In a minute there is time
For decisions and revisions which a minute
will reverse.

T. S. Eliot

22. JAI KAREN JONES

"The world is full of beauty when the heart is
full of love." Activities: B.S.U., Biology
Club, Intramural Football and Softball,
Blood Drive (1980), Yearbook Committee.




23. BENJAMIN D. KINNISH, JR.

As I look back on four turbulent years, I
realize that I wouldn't have done it any
other way. Thanks for everything St. Mary's.

24. TIMOTHY JOE KIRK

4 years men's volleyball, "to get a job that is
satisfying, rewarding and it pays well." The
students here were great people to know for
4 years.

25. SALLY LATLIEF

Chemistry, Mathematics, Dean's List, Who's
Who, Faculty Scholarship, Student Represen-
tative on the Faculty Science Committee,
Hilda Combs Landers Junior Award, Resident
Assistant, Budweiser Superstars, Grad School.




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26. FRANKIE E. LEACH

To be successful, in the field of Social Work.

27. JIM LEFFERT (JIM BOB)

Original first leftest, certified troublemaker,
"Solomons Tringle" sailor. Had great friends
and great times. Want to sail away with
someone who loves the sea.

28. PATTI LESNESKI

Art, Women's Lacrosse, Intramural Sports,
Canoe and Kayak team, Ski Club. To be
healthy, happy, ski, draw, paint a little, and
just be me!



32. OMPORN LULITANOND, (OYE)

Thank you everyone for the wonderful time
at St. Mary's. Swimming team (76-77),
Empath (76-77), Queen Anne Dorm Council,
participated in "The American Association
of University Women."

33. THOMAS "SKI" MALESKI

My wish to every graduate is to find them-
selves. For myself, I plan to devote my life
to the work of Jacque Costeau.

34. CATHERINE SUSAN MARTZ
"CATHY"

Art Major. Student Teacher, "Sugar" set
construction and Stage Crew. "To find my
niche in life and be happy."

35. KAREN A. MATTHEWS

Social Science, B.S.U. Intramural Sports
Champs 76, 77, stage design. "To live life
to it's fullest extent, to be happy, successful
and content."

36. TOM MULLANEY

Pinball, "Bobby Brown," Seagrams, Talking
Heads, T.A. Club, Intramurals, Mailroom
Attendant. "Move to San Diego, be a rock
'n' roll D.J."

37. HAROLD D. MURRAY
Goals: Ph.D Business Administration

38. JANE PEACOCK NIXON

If it looks good squeeze it, if it feels good do
it, and never take your mother to a porno
movie.



29. ROBERT T. LOMBARDI, JR.

One of the best things about St. Mary's is the
people you meet and the friends you make.
I hope that is not lost after graduation.

30. DOUGLAS TAYLOR LUCAS

T. Luke, Rommell and Awan, F.U.B.A.R.'s
1980. Spring Days and off campus parties
(mine). These days were spent in fear and
loathing at S.M.C. Goals: To marry rich!

31. RUSTIN W. LUCAS, "RUSTY"
Biology, I.R.H.C, Lacrosse, Dorm Council,
Sin City. Aspirations: "To build a cabin on
my mountain and find peace with nature."




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39. WAYLAND "BUTCH" LACY
OWEN. JR.

Be a leader and control your destiny. Gradu-
ate School and Aquatic Environmental
Protection. Intramural football, indoor and
outdoor soccer, men's and co-ed volleyball.
co-ed softball. Varsity volleyball, canoe and
kayak. Christian Fellowship.

40. YVONNE LYNN PARRISH
(VONNIE)

Through experiences in college and student
teaching I've learned the necessity of a sense
of humor and that you gain better apprecia-
tion through your own efforts.

41. JOAN MARIE PINKAS, "BONES"

Biology. Senior Resident Assistant (1979-
1980), Resident Assistant (1978-1980), Stu-
dent Advisory Committee — Board of
Education (1979-1980), Who's Who (1979-
1980). Dean's List (1976-1980). Hilda Combs
Landers Award (1979).

42. STEPHEN RAY

My goals in life are to achieve the greatest
achievement and to try to live life to it's
fullness.

43. JAMES SCOTT REGEL

Thanks to all who made my stay at St. Mary's
a memorable one.

44. CATHY E. SCHAEFFER

Queen Anne Dorm Council, I.R.H.C., Health
Food Coop. "Let every man follow the music
he hears." Goals: To be happy in whatever
Id.

45. LINDA RUTH SKILLMAN

Many thanks to the music department, my
family, friends, and my spiritual family for
starting me on a mature life's journey. PTL!
Ps. 100 and Ex. 15:2.

46. CELESTE ANNE SNYDER
Received B.A. in Social Science, concentra-
tion — Sociology. Also active in Secondary
Education Program received Teacher
Certificate. Future plans — marriage, teach-
ing, living in Charles County.



48. BILL STENGEL

S.G.A. senior at large, chairman WSMC
and concerts. Human Development Major.
"Never look back, you might walk into a
wall." Future plans — to look for the
perfect excuse and the nickel cigar.

49. MARY ELIZABETH WATERS
College is only the beginning! Much love and
thanks to my family, friends and teachers.
Linda, my super-roomie. Kevin, you're it!

50. DAVID WRIGHT (THUMPER)
Original First Leftist. Member B.D.A.A.,
Motor Cycle Club and Scuba Club. I had a
great time and now am looking forward to
living in Vermont.

51. RICHARD D. YOUNG

Place has changed. Glad I'm going. Glad I
came. Five best years of my life. IBA all the
way. Bongs for world wide peace. AMEN.




47. CAROL MARIE VAUGHAN, "MOM"
English; Dorm Council '76, '77, '78, '79:
S.G.A. '79, '80; Schlitz Fest Alumni: Intra-
murals: Bus. Committee; Aspirations: To
live down my nickname and find a job to
which I can apply my degree.



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Graduation

As your final year at Saint Mary's comes
to a close, mixed emotions must fill your
hearts. It is hard to break away from the
familiar and begin the new. Your education
here has proved to be valuable and you
leave with both knowledge and fond mem-
ories. Good luck class of 1980! You will be
remembered. Congratulations!





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Farewell!!



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PA TRONS



Dr. and Mrs. Richard E. Hartzell

Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Deskiewicz

Frank Salyer

Mr. and Mrs. Alec Slepitza

Dr. and Mrs. Robert A. Papetti

John R. Da Camara

James Vincent

Mrs. George Palmer

Hon. and Mrs. Stuart R. Hamill

Mr. and Mrs. John Lunkenheimer

Jim and Han Dalton

Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Whitman

Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Conway

John H. Frantz

Lt. Col. and Mrs. Richard G. Kneibert

Mary E. Skipper

Mr. and Mrs. Robert P. Deboy

Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Dobyns, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Donald Wilkes

Jay Stewart

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur R. Litten

Charles and Betty Dillon

Mr. and Mrs. R. Reese McKay

Mr. and Mrs. James B. Hockersmith, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Tralongo

Mr. and Mrs. Donald R. Chesser

Mr. and Mrs. Alfred C. Moran

Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Jacobs

Elizabeth Everard Briscoe

Mr. and Mrs. F. X. Behegan

Hi Snuffy - Us

Mr. and Mrs. Lee B. Thackwray

Mr. and Mrs. Wesley E. Barnes

Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Miller, Jr.

Craig Hawkes

Thomas Needell

Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Rosewell

Dr. and Mrs. W. H. Allison

Robert and Joan Broderick

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Plumer

Mr. and Mrs. John Wilson, Jr.

Helen and James R. McNesby

Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Denny, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Eldron Higgs



Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Younkins

Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Stuermer

Mr. and Mrs. Larry H. Brace

Mr. and Mrs. Edward E. Tschann and Son

The Chris Bryan Family

Bill and Arlyn Carrico

Mr. and Mrs. George Estevez

Col. and Mrs. Clarence Miller, Jr.

Delia F. Sherrod

Col. and Mrs. T. Westcott, Jr.

Carol Cardullo

The Hoyt Family

Harold G. Murray

Rachel Ann Nielsen

Mr. and Mrs. Milton F. Naehle

The Family of James C. Harvey, Jr.

George D. and Francis W. Hardy

Barbra and Harvey Butt

Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Stocksdale

Mr. and Mrs. John Koxioler

Ginna Saavedra

Mr. and Mrs. John W. Savage, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. John K. Dent

Gerd H. Ahrens

Mr. and Mrs. William L. Peevy

C. Louis Klug III

Mr. and Mrs. John Sirianno

Mrs. Richard Bockover

Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Wajda

Mr. and Mrs. George W. Watson



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Mr. and Mrs. Clifton S. Tolson

Mr. and Mrs. Clifton

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Vaughn

Mr. and Mrs. J. Edward Reed

Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Riley

Mr. and Mrs. John C. French

Mrs. Marsha F. Lennon

Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Begenwald

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Lavelle

Ethel E. Jackson

Rich and Maria Barron

Brian Cullen

Mr. and Mrs. Frederick A. Lucas

Mrs. Katie Tompros

Mr. and Mrs. William A. Moore

Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Loman

Mr. and Mrs. Carl G. Orlando

Patsy Anne Rich

Mr. and Mrs. Harry A. Young

Munson Construction

Mr. and Mrs. Raymond H. Rigler



Mr. and Mrs. Irwin J. Meyer

Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Clemens

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Cadden

Mr. and Mrs. Robert G. Sherman

Mr. and Mrs. E. Cauley

Mr. and Mrs. Donald W. Moss

John Nocher

Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. Ceall

The Simmen Family

Mrs. Margaret Coad

Ellen C. Bishop

Alumni Association, SMCM

Phillip G. Gulley

Carl E. Walker

Mr. and Mrs. Roy D. Warfield

Harmon H. Haymes

L&J &D = TRUST

Mr. and Mrs. George E. Adams, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. J. Ren wick Jackson. Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Edward L. Smith, Jr.
Friends we will remember you!




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This June. Nurse Ethel Chance is retiring
after 32 years of service to St. Mary's College.
"Chancie," as she is often called, arrived at
St. Mary's College in 1948, when the school
was a junior college for 67 young ladies.
During her years at the college, Chancie has
been manager of the business office, then
nurse, then planner and supervisor of the
present health services. After June, Chancie
plans to retire to her home in Centreville.
Nurse Ethel Chance will be missed by every-
one at the college as her dedication, friendli-
ness and loyalty to St. Mary's College will
not be easily replaced.



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