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Miss Brown, Miss Lurton
W e come and go; we enter and graduate. They remained behind to make a school. W e the class of 1969 speak for all who have felt the magic of their influence. To Miss Brown and Miss Lurton we dedicate our yearbook.
Aldous Huxley was a m a n w h o tried everything. H e acquainted himself with every modern theory of science, politics, painting, literature, and psychology. H e took Stravinsky to Disneyland. Turning to Hindu philosophy and mysticism, he struggled until his death to achieve total awareness. T o his biographers, Huxley became nothing less than "the Life
Force seeking to k n o w itself." Something he said applies to us, both to our life at school and to the larger world where school will eventually deposit us. As Huxley lay dying, he turned to those around him and spoke his final words: "Our business is to wake up."
FACULTY AND ADMINISTRATION
7 am not a teacher, but an awakener. " - Robert Frost
Miss Brown and Miss Lurton Miss Brown graduated from Goucher College, taught school in the Baltimore area and came to teach at Holton-Arms in 1925. Her summer travels with Mrs. Holton in Europe and in the United States laid the foundations for her famous history of art course, which she has taught since 1941. It is so well respected that many colleges receiving Holton seniors exempt these girls from History of Art I. She has also taught mathematics, physics, and physiography. Holton could not have considered the move to the new site without her endless energy, courage, enthusiasm, and brilliant business sense. She launched a daring campaign to raise one million eight hundred thousand dollars to fund the acquisition of the thirty-six acres and to contruct the buildings on River Road in Bethesda. To this new campus, which was completed in 1963, she brought the spirit of Jessie M o o n Holton which included love of challenge and practical realization that in this changing world we must adapt and always improve. All w h o have known Miss Brown are aware of her tireless devotion to the redemption of every student. Her spirit of dedication has become a cornerstone for the Holton-Arms of tomorrow.
Retire After Over Forty Years
Miss Lurton attended Holton-Arms from the fifth grade until she graduated. She went on to Vassar College and received a B.A. in 1927. She began teaching at Holton the following year. During her summers she earned a Masters Degree from Teachers' College. She was appointed Headmistress in 1946 and for a few years, also continued to teach English. Until 1963, she personally placed each graduate in college. From 1960 to 1962, her assistance in the Development Fund Drive to finance the new school was invaluable. W h e n the big move was made, she helped to transplant the warmth and charm of the old school to the new campus. Today, Miss Lurton helps formulate Holton's educational policy and counsels students and faculty alike. Besides these responsibilities, she served in 1966 and 1967 as President of the National Association of Principals of Schools for Girls. She also lectures on the educational philosophy of today and represents secondary girls' schools at national conferences in the United States and Canada. She is an active participant in representing Holton-Arms at the National Association of Independent Schools. Miss Lurton is deeply loved and admired by all w h o k n o w her. There are few w h o do not k n o w her in some capacity-classmate, pupil, teacher, associate, or patron of the school. She has the highest qualities of an excellent Headmistress. She has integrity, strength, intelligence, understanding, charm, and compassion.
Seated: Mrs. Rogers, Mrs. Wheatley. Standing: Mrs. Dolan, Mrs. Brim, Mrs. Shames
English students struggle with diagramming, decipher symbols, and unravel themes; they dash off book reports, labor over sonnet analyses, and disappear into library stacks to work on research papers. Once grounded in grammar and literature by Mrs. Wheatley, Mrs. Shames, and Mrs. Dolan, students in their junior year tackle Mrs. Brim's survey course of English literature. After a year of total immersion in reading, students are ready to approach literature from various critical perspectives in their senior year with Mrs. Rogers.
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Mrs. Littlehales, Mrs. Lewis, Mrs. Cole, Miss Brown
Although w e students think we're unique, history teaches us that we're only the result of countless past cultures. Therefore, w e study themâ€”their dates, their wars, their heroes, their art. Mrs. Littlehales lays a foundation for the study of history with her seventh-grade geography course. Mrs. Cole tries to instill principles of proper study habits, as well as the fundamentals of American government, in order to prepare the eighth-graders for the disciplines of upper school subjects, including her celebrated American History course. Taking her pupils beyond the United States is Mrs. Lewis, w h o teaches AncientMedieval, Modern, and Asian History. Then there's Miss Brown, w h o teaches History of Art with rare perception and unmistakeable flamboyance ("Did I ever tell you about the time some of m y former students tried to teach m e to ^Yjrth- lnaav in +lr\a R.oiiciJTi Cathedral?") 13
Salaaming to Allah, Miss Brown faces Mecca in a class on Islamic architecture.
Mrs. Casaravilla, Mrs. Gadzuk, Mrs. Sylla, Mrs. Kouyoumdijan, Miss Shearman, Miss Soudee
French and Spanish students discover that in order to express themselves fluently in a foreign language, they must first master drills and exercises to master fundamentals. As they study, they learn about the people and the literature of the country. Miss Shearman's Latin Courses m a k e learning languages a little easierâ€”her supercharged drills would prepare anybody for the rigors of mastering a Romance tongue. S o m e of those w h o survive Caesar's Commentaries go on to study Vergil's Aeneid for fun. M a d a m e Gadzuk uses Gallic sign language to explain Descartes. 14
Seated: Mrs. Nicholson, Mrs. Walsh, Mrs. Thomas. Standing: Col. Gavin, Mrs. Puckett.
Students who begin to study mathematics in the seventh grade learn General Math from Mrs. Nicholson and go on to study Algebra I with Col. Gavin, Mrs. Puckett, Mrs. Walsh, and Mrs. Nicholson. Next, they tackle Geometry, then try to comprehend Mrs. Thomas' Algebra II. Those who continue on to Advanced Math deserve a medal for brains and perseverance. Thomas flips another math pad.
Miss Bryant, Mrs. Walsh, Mrs. Altizer. Absent, Mrs. Blair.
In class, students question and theorize; then, ninth period, there's lab. Miss Bryant mixes the solutions for chemistry students w h o observe the reactions and then formulate principles. For her physiography students she provides a beautiful rock collection which sprawls across her deck. Mrs. Walsh, w h o returned to teach at Holton this year, provides the evilsmelling specimens her class must dissect. Although some students are repelled, many are fascinated by their work. Mrs. Altizer teaches a new subject this year-sex education. From diagrams, movies and heated conversations, students learn that there really is a lot they don't know. The five-week course is a valuable addition to the curriculum, since it offers scientific information and useful insight into the social and emotional aspects of sex.
Miss Bryant chuckles at student's attempts to drop acid.
Numerous instructors, including Miss Chalron, taught riding at Holton this year. Students took tennis and bowling from Mrs. Sturdevant and modern dance from Mrs. Ross, while Mrs. Nevitt and Mrs. M o o d y handled the rest of the gym classesâ€”hockey, basketball, volleyball, and softball. Mrs. Nevitt, (who plays a good game of checkers) coached the varsities with patience and unflagging enthusiasm.
Seated, Miss McBrien, Mrs. Nevitt, Mrs. Ross. Standing, Miss Chalron, Mrs. Sturtevant. Absent, Mrs. Moody. Mrs. M o o d y loses another one on a long shot.
Mrs. Nevitt exhorts hockey team in tense half-time interval.
Seated: Mrs. Wolfe, Mrs. Brown, Mr. McCarthy. Standing: Mrs. Lohman, Mrs. Gosnell, Mrs. Lilly, Mr Spaulding.
T o Mrs. Wolfe's amazement, the Upper School Drama Club manages every year to produce a successful play after what seems to have been the worst dress rehearsal on record. The spring production, Cradle Song, was one of the highlights of Alumnae Weekend. The Middle School Drama Club likewise enlivened the Father-Daughter Supper with a play of its own. Their traditional Christmas play was canceled due to the flu epidemic. At music recitals each semester a large number of piano students prove they have become virtuosos, thanks to Mrs. Brown and Mrs. Lohman, and Mr. McCarthy's guitar students produce surprisingly melodious sounds. The Glee Club and Madrigal Group, under Mr. Spaulding's direction, present a spring concert which culminates their efforts for the year and is one of the events of Senior Weekend. The Junior School Chorus, directed by Mrs. Brown, contributes to the spirit of the Christmas Pageant and performs at the Alumnae Assembly. The Art Studio, free, relaxed, and brimming with n e w ideas, provides students with a place to create. Mrs. Lilly and Mrs. Gosnell guide and teach when help is needed in transforming some n e w feeling or thought into a work of art. The department creates stained-glass windows for the Christmas Pagaent, costumes, banquet and dance decorations, silk-screens, a variety of school publications, and each year exhibits over 400 creations at the spring show. 18
"Ah-ha! I've built a better bird house!" Mrs. Lilly chortles over one of her m a n y art room triumphs.
Kyle Stewart and Jackie Polland perform in an impromptu Christmas recital.
Gunilla and the Gang spend a constructive afternoon in the art room.
Junior School Faculty
Seated: Mrs. Sherwin, Mrs. Grening, Mrs. Stabler. Standing: Mrs. Jackson, Miss R. Meyer, Mrs. Goldman, Mrs. Stone, Miss W. Meyer.
D o w n on the first floor, in a world of its own, is the Junior School, watched over by Mrs. Sherwin. The facultyâ€”third grade teacher Mrs. Jackson, fourth grade teachers Mrs. Stabler and Mrs. Goldman, fifth grade treachers Mrs. Jansco and Mrs. Tone, and sixth grade teachers Miss Meyer and Mrs. Greningâ€”helps to prepare the Junior Schoolers for the rigors of Middle and Upper School life or, as Arlo Guthrie put it, to "grow and develop and take on a meaningful shape in today's complex society."
Seated: Mrs. Doll, Mrs. Blakey, Mrs. Breedlove, Mrs. Gilbert. Standing: Mrs. Ball, Mrs. Anderson, Mrs. Gray, Mrs. McLachlen, Mr. Hunter
Each year, bewildered juniors and seniors file into the office of Mrs. Breedlove, the college advisor. After listening to her sage advice, they emerge with a well-directed sense of confusion. O n Friday afternoon, an endless queue forms outside Mrs. Gilbert's door. A s the life-line of the boarders, she doles out allowances as well as watching over Holton's finances. The nurse of the Holton Hilton, Mrs. Doll, battled an epidemic of Hong Kong flu which packed the infirmary and forced school to close a week before the beginning of Christmas vacations. Mr. Hunter calls upon the Muse daily in order to create new ways to prepare potato chips. A n d what would w e do without Wilton, w h o does all the dirty work of repairing doors, windows, microphones, ad infinitum ? W e can't forget Mrs. Anderson and Mrs. Jacoby of the Alumnae Office, which maintains contact between Holton graduates and those n o w in school. W e must also thank the secretaries, kitchen help, and all other unsung helpers w h o play a major role in running the administration.
Directing the Junior, Middle, or Upper School requires an unusual awareness of the students' needs and problems as well as the patience and understanding to deal with them. Mrs. Sherwin maintains order in the Junior School, seeing that her charges make it to school without lollipops and favorite pets. Mrs. Wheatley strictly conducts the Middle School, where it is a must to be properly uniformed and behaved; yet she is always ready to give friendly advice to any girl w h o needs it. Mrs. Puckett, Social Director, launched this year a successful clothing drive for the poor, directed a religious conference, and arranged for girls to work as aides in nearby hospitals. Although she is phenomenally busy, she always finds time to return your books from the Lost and Found, find your airplane ticket, or talk over a problem. 22
Seated: Mrs. Crowley, Mrs. Belden. Standing: Mrs. Moyer, Mrs. Pendleton.
Housemothers are unique. In robes and slippers, flashlights in hand, these ladies are always up for a midnight chase. Besides being mothers to 150 kids, they are chaperones, seamstresses, chauffeurs, and plain good friends. For the two years that Mrs. Pendleton has spent at Holton, she has served over four thousand cups of tea. Her room has become the evening meeting-place in the boarding department. Here, from nine to ten, girls perch wherever space is available and sip Pendleton tea. The other three housemothers are new to Holton. Mrs. Beldon, who was at St. Mary's last year, n o w inhabits the junior hall. For Christmas she received a live Christmas tree delivered by door-to-door service. She is always willing to chaperone, whether the occasion be Romeo and Juliet or Sunday lunch at the Pewter Pot. Mrs. Moyer arrived at Holton in the middle of the year. She immediately became a favorite in the dormsâ€”besides, w h o can argue with Mrs. Puckett's daughter? Mrs. Crowley, w h o comes from Detroit, manages Holton's younger boarders. She is usually there to greet those returning from vacation and is the advisor of the Cotillion Club. 23
7 am he as you are he as you are me and we are all together." â€”Lennon and McCartney
The Class "You know," remarked one girl, "I think people seem a lot more aware of things this year. Or m a y b e it's just that we're seniors." She was alluding to the widespread, often violent political discussions in which two opposing partisans would attach themselves to an undecided person and furiously jabber at her as they walked to class. A number of seniors also worked for their candidates on weekends, adding experience to opinion. The class' involvement in numerous projects reflected its enthusiasm. T o the Biafran campaign, seniors contributed over $600 earned the previous year at their junior bazaar. Lynne salutes as hamburgers rise to the occasion, and the senior class picnic continues in smoky splendor.
Tisha enjoys n e w senior smoking priviliges m , i while Cat curls u p in the corner. *â€˘*
Mrs. Rogers tries to penetrate afternoon lethargy as A n n e files, Katie dreams and Shannon grins.
of 1969 As early as September, largely due to class president Carroll Reasoner's foresight, the senior dance was planned. Producing the most skits for the Social Service Variety Show, seniors helped to m a k e it a smashing success. The Seniors also staged a Garfinkel's fashion show in November. They found time to debate premarital sex with Maryland University students in a panel discussion. As the traditional senior Christmas project, stockings stuffed with toys went to the Salvation A r m y . T o Miss Brown, w h o often remarked in History of Art that she longed for the luxuries of a R o m a n bath, seniors gave a full day at Elizabeth Arden.
Carroll and Bumpsie watch the "fun" clothes and klunky shoes pass by on gorgeous models.
Astonished, Miss Brown crows as Debby Day describes her Christmas presentâ€”a full day at Elizabeth Arden's.
CARROLL REASONER "I refuse the universal alibi." —Leonard Cohen
BUMPSIE ADAMS "People are lonely because they build walls instead of bridges." —Joseph Fort Newton
JO MARSHALL "Don't let me fall till Fm all I can be. —Williams Bergman
NANCY TIECHE "I am not the one to stand scratching his head wondering what wall to lean on. —Leonard Cohen 29
ELAINE GELMAN "Lend me you ear and Fll sing you a song and Fll try not to sing out of key." —Lennon-McCartney
MARY SCOTT "Be unto love as rain is unto color." —E.E. Cummings
BOBBIE JENNINGS "She put all her troubles in the bottom of a trunk, sat on the lid and laughed." —Mary Chase
DEENIE WEST "A Coney Island of the mind." —Lawrence Ferlinghetti
LETITIA CROOK 'Tyger! tyger! burning bright. " â€”William Blake
CATHY BLACKBURN "Who could resist such fireworks?" â€”Leonard Cohen
JENNI BISHOP 'Nights In White Satin." -Moo'dy Blues
RICHMOND WARREN "Stark raving sane." — T o m Stoppard
NANCY NOYES "I got my own world to look through, and I ain't gonna copy you." —Jimi Hendrix
DEBBIE MILLS "You stand there like some new flower beautiful and ready to be picked." —Rod McKuen
CONNIE CORBY "Head high and smiling, shakin' down the world, play in' it cool" —Rod McKuen
BETSY CANN "You've got a smile so bright, you know you should've been a candle." —William Robinson
SALLY STEPHENS "I loved every face I thought looked pretty and every kindred eye I caught in crowds."
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JENNY MOORE "The world is a beautiful place to be born into If you don't mind a touch of hell now and then." â€”Lawrence Ferlinghetti
MARGIE BUCHEIT "Naive you are if you believe. §Pj Life favors those who aren't naive." W —PietHein
DANA CIPPERLY "In your eyes smoulder fallen roses." — A m y Lowell
MAUDIE CARTER "Let your soul stand cool and composed before a million universes." —Walt Whitman
SARAH IGNATIUS 'Infinite gentleness, infinite irony Are in her eyes. " —Sara Teasdale
CHIA ROGERS "I am wild, I will sing to the trees, I will sing to the stars in the sky." —Sara Teasdale
MARY HARRISON "One that has a mind and knows it, can always beat ten who haven't and don't." —Bernard Shaw
SARAH MORTEN "Laughter, learnt of friends, and gentleness." —Rupert Brooke
DEE DEE REUTER "Hey, Jude, don't be afraid; take a sad song and make it better." —Lennon-McCartney
SALLY KIRKPATRICK "So quick to enchant and so glad to extend handfuls of dawn." â€” T i m Buckley
LAURA BURROUGHS "I too am not a bit tamed, I too am untranslatable." -Walt Whitman
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BELLE WARING "/ want to hear about the new mother earth; I want to hear and see everything. " —Jimi Hendrix
SALLIE JOHNSON "/ have tried too in my time to be a philosopher; but, I don't know how, cheerfulness was always breaking in." —Oliver Edwards
JINKS PORTERFIELD "I am not afraid of tomorrow, for I have known yesterday and I love today. " —William Allen White
ANNE REYNOLDS "The independent mind Thinks on, Breathing and burning." —Harold Nemerov
ALICE PATRICIA FARLEY "Someday someone might even write a song about you." —Bob Dylan
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GUNILLA BJORKBLOM "Her hair a ruffled crest of gold. And whenever she spoke, her voice went singing Like water up from a fountain springing." â€”Aline Kilmer
FREDDIE COX "There is an angel in me whom I am constantly shocking." —Jean Cocteau
NANCY MILLS 'Her appearance accorded well with this smouldering rebelliousness . the sad and stifled warmth within her." —Thomas Hardy
KAREN ELIZABETH PEARSON "A smile as small as mine might be precisely their necessity." —Emily Dickinson
ANN DICKERSON "Why should the devil have all the good times?" —Rowland Hill
SHANNON PARKER 'Raise a racket—pull the stops out—it's today. " —Jerry Herman
DEBBY DAY "She travels subways and sleeps in cellars and wears a Garbo hat against the sun." — R o d McKuen
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NINA MIKHALEVSKY "Within the wild dark falling of your hair There lies a strength that ever soars and sings.' -Sara Teasdale
DOTTIE HINKLE 'There she weaves by night and day A magic web with colors gay." —Tennyson
STRACHAN PINDAR "Sharing . . . the frosty And half ironic musings of my mind." —Sara Teasdale
ROBERTA CULBERTSON "The answer quick and keen, The honest look, the laughter, the love." — E d n a St. Vincent-Millay
JANE FUNKHOUSER "The juggling clown smiles to me and every frown we agree is glad." — T i m Buckley
LOUISA SURUT "Ideas won't keep. Something must be done about them." -Alfred North Whithead
SUE VOSS "The only ones who will be happy are Those who have sought and found how to serve." â€”Albert Schweitzer
KATHERINE BLAIR LEE "When man forgets how to love, give him a flower that he might remember." —Donovan
MARJORIE WADLEIGH "I'll show you friendly places now, Secret places known only to me." —Rod McKuen
MARION HINE "She's one of those girls who seems to come in the spring." â€”John Sebastian
GRETCHEN DeLONG 'Why are we forever weaving new ties to bind us to the earth?" —Edith Sidebottom
SHARON McGEHEE "/ wish I were one of the gathering birds; Two sharp black wings would be good for me.' —Sara Teasdale
MARGY FLEMING "Capable of imagining all, of arranging all, and of doing everything." â€”Voltaire
SANDIFERGUSON "The mind is restless, turbulent, strong, and unyielding . . . as difficult to subdue as the wind."
PAT MOON "FJ7/ the seats of justice With good men, not so absolute in goodness As to forget what human frailty is." â€”Sir Thomas Talfourd
LYNDA HILL "A butterfly-child so free and so wild, And so full of living." â€”Manston-Gellar
MOLLY ADDISON 'Till the gossamer thread you fling catch somewhere." -Walt Whitman
D E W Y DONNELLY "Good day sunshine." —Lennon-McCartney
WHITNEY HYDER "My thoughts are scattered and they're cloudy . . . They echo and they swell from Tolstoy to Tinkerbell." —Simon & Garfunkel
LYNNE OLIVER "dizzily Swingthings of speeds of trapeze gush somersaults open ing hes shes." —E. E. Cummings
SALLY WEST 'Everything you say is funny or beautiful." —Rod McKuen
BRUCE MACKALL "Move over sun and give me some sky." —Dory & Andre Previn
THAYER THOMPSON "I was drifting . . . Hypnotized by sunshine." —Rod McKuen
ANNE ASHBURN 'They like me. I think they're swell. Isn 't it remarkable how things work out so well?" â€”Clark Gesner
KEARBY BON "I am young, I will live." -Tim Buckley
DONNA LARRABEE "You came, you saw, you conquered and absolutely nothing is the same." —Jerry Herman
ALYSON TAYLOR "Life I love you— feelin' groovy" —Simon and Garfunkel
JANE MARSH "She's walking through the clouds with a circus mind that's running wild. " â€”Jimi Hendrix
SENIOR PROFILES MARY RAGAN ADAMS 10 years Blue Team Captain (9,10), Blue Team Representative (9,10), Boosters (10,11,12), Class Treasurer (11), Class Vice President (12), Hocky Varsity (11,12), Scribbler (11,12), Track Manager (10), World Affairs Club (11, 12) MARY GIRAULT ADDISON 8 years Drama Club (11,12), Glee Club (11,12), Scribbler (10,11,12,), Spanish Club (11,12) ANNE ROSS ASHBURN 6 years Basketball Varsity (10,11,12), Blue Team Captain (12), Drama Club (9), H.A.A. (12), Hockey Varsity (11,12), Scribbler (10,11,12), Softball Varsity (11,12), Track Varsity (11,12) JENNIFER BROOK BISHOP 3 years Drama Club (12), Folk Club (11,12), French Club (11,12), Glee Club (12)
D A N A M E R R I L L CIPPERLY 9 years Basketball Varsity (9,10,11,12), H.A.A. (10,11,12), Hockey Varsity (9,10,11,12), IntraSchool Badminton (11,12), Softball Varsity (9,10,11,12), Track Varsity (9,10,11,12), Volleyball Varsity (9,10,11,12), White Team Captain (12) CONSTANCE RAY CORBY 5 years Boosters ((12), French Club (11,12), Hockey Manager (10), Hockey Varsity (11,12), Junior French Club (10), Scribbler (10,11,12), Softball Varsity (11,12) ANNA FREDERICKA COX 5 years Basketball Varsity (9,10,11,12), Drama Club (11), French Club (11,12), H.A.A. (10,11,12), Hockey Varsity (9,10,11,12), Softball Varsity (10,12), Track Varsity (10,11,12), Volleyball Varsity (9,10,11,12), World Affairs Club (11,12, Vice-President 12) LETITIA TEMPLE CROOK 2 years Cotillion Club (11,12), Drama Club (11,12, President 12) ROBERTA CULBERTSON 1 years Folk Club (12), Glee Club (12), Scroll (12)
GUNILLA BJORKBLOM 1 years Swedish Foreign Exchange Student CATHERINE LEDYARD BLACKBURN 2 years Drama Club (12), Scribbler (12), Scribe Assistant Art Editor (12), World Affairs Club (12) SUSAN KEARBY BON 9 years Drama Club (9), Scribe (11,12), Photography Editor (12), Scribbler (9,10,11,12), Spanish Club (11,12), World Affairs Club (11,12)
DEBORAH DAY 3 years Hockey Varsity (11,12), Scribbler (11,12, Assistant Editor 12), Scroll (11,12), Softball Varsity (11,12), Track Varsity (10,11,12), World Affairs Club (10,11,12)
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MARGARET BUCHEIT 3 years Glee Club (10,11,12, President 12), Madrigals (11,12), Tennis Varsity (10,11) LAURA DENT BURROUGHS 4 years Cotillion Club (11,12), Glee Club (12), Resident Captain (10), Scroll (12) KATHERINE ELIZABETH CANN 2 years Hockey Manager (11), Scribbler (12), Tennis Junior Varsity (11), Tennis Varsity (12), Volleyball Varsity (11,12), World Affairs Club (11,12) MAUDE LENOIR CARTER 3 years Glee Club (12), Madrigals (11,12), Social Service Society (12), Spanish Club (12), White Team Representative (11,12) 66
GRETCHEN DeLONG 2 years Executive Board (12), Folk Club (11, President 12), Tennis Varsity (11) ANN FOWLER DICKERSON 5 years Basketball Varsity (9,10,11,12), H.A.A. (11,12), Hockey Varsity (11,12), Softball Varsity (11,12), Track Varsity (9,10,11,12) MARY DEVEREAUX DONNELLY 6 years Basketball Team (9), Captain (12), Hockey Manager (12), Hockey Team (9), Scribbler (9,10,11,12), Scribe Business Staff (12), Secretary of Class (9), Tennis Varsity (11), White Team Representative (9) ALICE PATRICIA FARLEY 2 years Cotillion Club (11,12), Junior French Club (11), Madrigals (12), Nucleus (11), Scribbler (11,12), Scroll (11,12), Spanish Club (11,12), World Affairs Club (11,12) SANDRA ELIZABETH FERGUSON 1 Year Scroll (12), World Affairs Club (12)
S A R A H B R O O K S IGNATIUS 6 years Basketball Varsity (10,11,12), Class Secretary (8), Day Captain (10), Excutive Board (12), Hockey Varsity (9,10,11,12, Captain 12), H.A.A. (10,11,12), Honor Council President (12), Scroll (10,11,12), Student Council (12), Tennis Varsity (9,10,11,12) BARBARA ALYCE JENNINGS 13 years Class Treasurer (10), Drama Club (9, President 9), H.A.A. (11,12), Hockey Varsity (10,11,12, Captain 12), Junior French Club (11), Scribbler (11), Tennis Varsity (11,12), White Team Representative (10), World Affairs Club (11,12) SALLIE EVANS JOHNSON 1 year Cotillion Club (12), Glee Club (12), Madrigals (12) SALLY ANN KIRKPATRICK 6 years Blue Team Representative (12), Boosters (12), Drama Club (9), Hockey Varsity (11,12), Scribbler (11,12), Track Manager (10) DONNA LOUISE LARRABEE 6 years Executive Board (12), Junior French Club (11), Nucleus (10,11,12), Scribbler (9,10,11,12, Editor 12), Softball Manager (11)
MARGARET JOANNA FLEMING 4 years Basketball Varsity (11), French Club (11,12), Hockey Varsity (10,11,12), Scribbler (11,12), Softball Varsity (11), World Affairs Club (11,12) LINDA JANE FUNKHOUSER 2 years Cotillion Club (12), Drama Club (11,12), French Club (12), Junior French Club (11), Tennis Varsity (11)
KATHERINE BLAIR LEE 4 years Basketball Varsity (9,10,11,12), Glee Club (10,11,12), Junior French Club (11), Madrigals (10,11,12), Scribbler (12), Scroll (12), Social Service Society (12), Resident Captain (10), VicePresident of Class (10)
ELAINE FRANCES GELMAN 6 years Nucleus (10,11,12), Scribe (11,12, Business Editor 12), Softball Manager (10)
MARY TAYLOE HARRISON 4 years Boarding Captain (9), Drama Club (9) LINDA SASSEER HILL 6 years Folk Club (12), Glee Club (10,11,12), Madrigals (11,12) ELIZABETH MARION HINE 4 years Cotillion Club (10,11,12), Hockey Team (10,11), Junior French Club (11), Tennis Varsity (10,11,12) DOROTHY GRETCHEN HINKLE 6 years Class Historian (12), World Affairs Club (12) ANN WHITNEY HYDER 2 years Social Service Society (11,12), Spanish Club (11.121 67
B R U C E BOWIE M A C K A L L 5 years Basketball Manager (10), Boosters (11,12), Day Captain (12), Class Secretary (11), Scribbler (11,12), Scribe Staff (12), White Team Representative (10), World Affairs Club (10,11,12) JANE DELANOMARSH 6 years Day Captain (11), Day School Director (12), H.A.A. (10,11,12), Hockey Varsity (10,11,12), President of Class (10), Riding Team (7,8,9,10,11,12), Scroll (10,11,12), Softball Varsity (10,11,12) JO PAGE MARSHALL 6 years Boosters (11,12), Cheerleader (10,11,12), Class Secretary (12), Scribe Copy Editor (12), Scribbler (11,12) NINA VIRGINIA MIKHALEVSKY 2 years Basketball Manager (11), Drama Club (11,12), French Club (11,12), Madrigals (12), Scribe Art Editor (12), Softball Varsity (11,12), Scroll (12)
NANCY HATHEWAY NOYES 5 years Captain (9), Drama Club (9,10,11,12), Scribe Literary Staff (12), Scroll (12) LYNN P. OLIVER 2 years Drama Club (11,12), Junior French Club (11), Scribbler (12) SHANNON EMILY PARKER 4 years Social Service Society (10,11,12), Spanish Club (12) KAREN ELIZABETH PEARSON 6 years Captain (11), French Club (11,12, President 12), Scribbler (12) MARY STRACHAN PINDAR 2 years Junior French Club (11), Photography Editor Scribe (12), Social Service Society (11,12) VIRGINIA THOMSON PORTERFIELD 4 years Executive Board (12), Nucleus (11,12, President 12), Social Service Society (11,12)
MARY DEBORAH MILLS 5 years Cotillion Club (10,11,12), Executive Board (12), CARROLL JANE REASONER 7 years French Club (11,12), Glee Club (9), Resident Basketball Varsity (10,11,12), Class President Captain (9,12), Spanish Club (9,10,11,12, Presi- (12), Executive Board (12), French Club (10,11,12), H.A.A. (10,11,12), Hockey Varsity dent 12) (9,10,11,12), Nucleus Club (10,11,12), Scroll (11,12), Scribbler (11,12), Softball Varsity NANCY LEWIS MILLS 8 years (9,10,11,12), Student Council (12), Track Varsity Glee Club (11,12),, Riding Team (10,11,12) (10) GRACE PATTERSON MOON 4 years Assistant Boarding Director (11), Boarding Director (12), Basketball Varsity (11,12), Class Sec"I feel like a box of Chiclets!" retary (10), Executive Board (11,12), H.A.A. (10,11,12), Hockey Varsity (9,10,11,12), Resident Captain (9), Softball Varsity (9,10,11,12), Student Council (11,12, Co-President 12) JENNIFER B A K E R M O O R E 5 years Boosters (9,10,11,12, President 12), Class President (9), Cotillion Club (10), Executive Board (12), Hockey Varsity (11,12), Honor Council (10,11), Junior French Club (11), Scribbler (11,12), Student Council (9) SARAH HONTAS MORTEN 4 years Boosters (10,11,12), Cotillion Club (10,11,12, Vice-President 11, President 12), Executive Board (12), Glee Club (12), Honor Council (10,11,12, Vice-President 12) SHARON LANE McGEHEE 3 years Junior French Club (11)
DIANA S H A W REUTER 6 years Basketball Varsity (11,12), Blue Team Representative (9), Drama Club (9), H.A.A. (11,12, President 12), Hockey Varsity (10,11,12), Scribbler Sports Editor (12), Softball Varsity (11,12), Track Varsity (10,11,12) ANNE DOUGLAS REYNOLDS 3 years Class President (11), Executive Board (11,12), Scribe Editor (12), Student Council (11), Tennis Varsity (10,11,12), World Affairs Club (12) LUCIA COLEMAN ROGERS 2 years Boarding Captain (12), Cotillion Club (11,12), Drama Club (11,12), Madrigals (12), Scribbler (12) M A R Y H O L T SCOTT 3 years Basketball Varsity (10,11,12), Boarding Captain (11,12), H.A.A. (11,12), Social Service Society (11,12), Softball Varsity (10,11,12), VicePresident of Class (11) SARAH HOLMES STEPHENS 2 years Boarding Captain (11,12), Cotillion Club (11,12) LOUISA DAY SURUT 3 years Boosters (12), Executive Board (11,12), Glee Club (10,11,12, President 11), Madrigals (10,11,12), Scribbler (11,12), Scroll (11,12), World Affairs Club (11,12, President 12) ALYSON ROSS TAYLOR 2 years Drama Club (11,12), Scribbler (11,12), Tennis Varsity (11)
THAYER THOMPSON 4 years Basketball Manager (12), Drama Club (9), Glee Club (12), Spanish Club (12) NANCY MONROE TIECHE 3 years Boosters ((11,12), Glee Club (11), Junior French Club (11), Madrigals (12), Treasurer of Class (12), Social Service Society (11,12, President) SUSAN VOSS 2 years Drama Club (11,12), Junior French Club (11, President 11), Nucleus (11,12), Scribbler (11,12), Track Varsity (11), Volleyball Varsity (11) MARJORIE T E R R Y WADLEIGH Glee Club (11,12)
BELLE STEBBINS W A R I N G 5 years Day Captain (12), Drama Club (9,10), Executive Board (12), Hockey Varsity (11,12), Madrigals (10,11), Nucleus (11,12), Scribbler (11,12), Scribe Literary Editor (12), Scroll (10,11,12, President 12), H.A.A. (12), Softball Varsity (11,12), Vice-President of Class (9) RICHMOND SLATER WARREN 4 years H.A.A. (11,12), Hockey Varsity (9,10,11), Scribbler (11,12), Softball Varsity (9), Track Varsity (11), World Affairs Club (11,12)
GERALDINE W A L K E R WEST Scribe Business Staff (12)
SALLY AGNES WEST 9 years Blue Team Representative (11), French Club (11), H.A.A. (11,12), Scroll (11,12), Tennis Varsity (9,10,11,12)
Swedish exchange student Gunilla Bjorkblom glues multi-colored cellophane to a wooden frame to create a "stained-glass" window.
"Would anybody like to try The changes Vm going through1? But it ain't so bad, Vm just a lad, So many more things to do." â€”Donovan
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First Row: K. Hunt, K. Rogerson, P. Eisinger, S. Semmes, K. Bordley, M. Presbrey, C. Clark, M. Bart M. Martin, S. McVicker, C. Peck, J. Dickerson. Second Row: M. Davies, M. Dominguez, L. Noland, L. Prina, C. Pearson, E. Jeffres, S. Johnson, A. Douglas, P. Diehl, L. Ewing, E. Johns, A. Fraser, L. Car Rasmussen. Third Row: L. Southwick, A. Donnelly, M. Colwell, N. Ball, L. Peery, B. McLachlan (Vice President), S. Mcintosh (President), S. Moore (Treasurer), J. Sade (Secretary), B. Anderson, B. Stewar R. Breedlove, J. Douglas, C. Richardson, P. Brown, D. Merriam, S. Bergeson, C. Littlehales, L. Sulli D. Patrick, J. Hart, S. Kaplan, D. Mechlin, L. White, M. Croghan, S. Somers, D. Kahn. Sophomores prepare for Blue-White Night.
Sophomores attack milk and crackers.
McLachlen mugs, shouts: "But I look so awful!"
Middle School G w e n Arens tenses, waiting for rebound in eighthgrade game against Cathedral.
Susie Gawler makes pitch for Holton.
Susie and Libba exchange glances, avoid marks.
First Row: M. Mahoney, A. Wadden, L. Brundred, S. Gitenstein, C. Frey, R. Susman, R. Ripley (Secretary), L. Mersereau (Vice President), L. Rathbun (President), S. Rogers (Treasurer). Second Row: K. Meyer, M. Johnson, G. Gosnell, D. Dean. Third Row: L. Stell, J. Morgan, H. Moore, J. Polland, B. Dworshak, M.J. Siebens, S. Kenyon. Fourth Row: M. Presbery, K. Caylor, N. Gerguson, T. Granger, W. Gillespie. Fifth Row: A. Rubino, H. Ford, L. Wright, C. Rutledge, M. Brotman. Sixth Row: C. Ward, C Myers, G. Munger. Seventh Row: S. Norden, S. Fogarty, A. White. Eighth Row: L. Hull, D. Cobb, M. DeMeritte. Ninth Row: P. Hinkle, A. Davies, M. Lowe. Tenth Row: C. Adams, N. Norton, S. Leith, S. Nohowal, N. Cohen. Eleventh Row: S. Colquitt, R. Sacks, Y. Langerak, S. Gilmore, J. Pierce, M. Allen, K. Kornmeier. Twelfth Row: B. Horton, L. Myers, A. Cox, B. Rosenthal, D. Martens.
First Row: L. MacDonald, B. Phillips, L. Morgan, V. Dippell, C. Gore, K. McMahon, M. Bourjaily, Bradford, P. Rathburn. Second Row: J. Iovine (Treasurer), L. Ellis (President), M. Johnson (Vice President), M. Dorsey (Secretary), N. Black, S. Peck, M. Hey worth, S. Leith, T. Liller. Third Row: Sullivan, T. Ewing, G. Ciceric, T. Norden, G. Arens, A. Hirai, M. Gilson, L. Clausen, F. Wickes, J. Shaw, A. Rublee, M. Huddleston, S. Tanguy, K. Martenson. Fourth Row: M. Welles, L. Moore, E. Pe L. Conger, G. Davies, M. Cohen, L. Freer, K. Hoffman, N. Schlosberg, J. Cashin, D. Martin, K. Shide K. Merrels, H. McClure. Absent: C. Lawrence, S. Gawler, B. Nicolson.
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First Row: H. Griffith, K. Swagart, C. Alderdice, D. Schwab, A. Simons, D. Munger, B. Gray, V. Heard, J. Farmer. Second Row: E. Gelman, L. Kahn, K. Freese, E. Howlett, C. Loving, K. Dolan, S. Grosvenor, J. Pittman, J. Kelly, J. Rosenthal. Third Row: A. Rogers, T. Cantini, L. Latson, G. Siegler, E. Parker, C Andrews, B. Noyes, C. Brundred, J. Viner, E. Free. Fourth Row: A. Canby, V. Menz, K. Keesling, R. Howse, A. Johnson, C. Thompson, E. Evans, L. Smith, J. Kenyon, K. Stewart, F. Oliphant, S. Ripley. Absent: S. Hansl.
JUNIOR SCHOOL Cute Little Kid makes dash for water fountain.
Beaded and bearded ones march in the Halloween parade.
Oh, when you k n o w the answer and she won't call on you . . .
"The little ones leaped, and shouted, and laughed, and all the hills echoed ..." -William Blake
First Row: L. Johnson, J. Munger, L. Brandt, S. Peck, K. Johnson, W. Merriman, S. Fogelman. Second Row: A. Gilbert, A. Claggett, A. Cutts, M. Schneider, N. Cohen, N. Black. Third Row: C. Garrett, J. Simons, J. McPhee, L. Tyler, L. Thomas, N. Winkelman, E. Shorb. Fourth Row: F. Meyer, S. Greer, S. Sidey, D. Chow, J. Prins, L. Tyson. Fifth Row: P. Carter, J. Forsyth, T. Smith, B. Pcikford, L. Lamphere, R. Oliphant, M. O'Reilly. Sixth Row: D. Bush, N. Rosenthal, P. Fleming, A. Beresford, S. Kelly, D. Dickerman. Absent: C. Niepold.
First Row: J. Bardos, A. Rakusin, A. Barthen, L. Hess, C. Coopersmith, L. Flower, L. Trible, L. Camalier. Second Row: S. Stranahan, C. Rosenbaum, G. Bourjaily, C. Vosger, S. Winkleman, S. Voss, C. Wein. Third Row: S. Weston, B. Bertke, W. Stone, T. Davis, F. Fogelman. Fourth Row: M. Brawner, G. Frawley, B. Manfuso, C. Norwood, L. Huguely, P. Diley, D. Webb. Fifth Row: C. Rockefeller, H. Clark, D. Packard, S. Arnold, M. Murphy, K. Evans. Sixth Row: Miss Meyer, M. Conger, A. Cremeans, M. Sipper, E. Lampson, B. Lamphere, M. Barnes, G. Martens, Mrs. Grenning.
First Row: J. Kiernan, N. Meyers, J. Samson, C. Hart, C. Hoadley, C. Heuer, S. Raymond, L. Patterson, L. Rosse. Second Row: C. Millen, A. Koff, A. Schmidt, C. Andrews, P. Hess, N. Rollo A. Elmholt, M. Whitlow, J. Shorb, N. Huddleston, S. Nester, L. Cokinos, D. Taylor, K. McHugh, L Granum, K. Penovich. Third Row: J. Kelley, S. Bowen, K. Reichelderfer, S. Harris, G. Mechlin, M. Cunningham, K. Strodel, D. Walser, D. Haase, S. Lawrence, D. Dudley, J. Bailey, A. Conger, L. D Mrs. Stabler, Mrs. Goldman. Absent: J. Frommer.
First Row: C. Salisbury, A. Brundred, C. Winfield, E. Dewey, A. Kimzey, P. Morell, E. Winfield, L. Armstrong. Second Row: P. Mason, D. Lussi, C. Walsh, C. Rush, P. Cafritz, P. Noyes, M. Martenson, Wellington, V. Heath, L. Stewart, L. McPhee, E. Flint.
"To be just, as well as kindIt costs so little and so much." â€”Richard Hovey
Seated: J. Marsh, S. Ignatius (President), S. Morten, P. Moon, E. Adams, F. Pownall, S. Somers, P. Brown. Standing: J. Douglas, C. Boone.
Embodying Holton's system of self-government, the Honor Council is made up of the day and boarding directors, the Honor Council President and Vice President, and two boarding and one day representative from each class under the system. With Miss Brown and Miss Lurton as advisors, the Honor Council, in the words of President Sarah Ignatius, "tries to establish an atmosphere of trust in others and in one's self in order to prepare girls for college and later life. By learning through discussion and mistakes, a girl can set and uphold a code of honor which will stay with her forever. At Holton-Arms a girl can mistakes, yield to temptations, and be given another chance. Girls learn from it but are not punished by it. The Honor Council is there to help." The junior and senior classes automatically become members of the honor system. Although no other class is required to go under the system, any Honor Council President, Sarah class m a y become a member by a two-thirds vote. Ignatius, watches sophomores sign their names in the Honor Book. This year's tenth-grade class is to be commended for its decision to uphold the honor code. 88
First Row: W . Austad, Head Cheerleader; G. DeLong, Folk Club President; D. Mills, Spanish Club President; S. Morton, Cotillion Club President; L. Surut, World Affairs Club President; A. Reynolds S C R I B E Editor. Second Row: P. M o o n , Boarding School Director; B. Waring, S C R O L L President; S. Ignatius, Honor Council President; C. Reasoner, Senior Class President; D. Reuter, H.A.A. President; J. Marsh, Day School Director. Third Row: C. Boone, Assistant Boarding School Director; N. Smith, Junior Class President; M . Bucheit, Glee Club President; N. Tieche, Social Service President; J. Porterfield, Nucleus President; D. Larrabee, S C R I B B L E R Editor; J. Moore, Boosters President; Mrs. Puckett (Advisor); S. Mcintosh, Sophomore Class President; K. Pearson, French Club President.
The Executive Board, which was rather inactive in the past, has come alive this year. Besides its usual task of planning the Upper School dance, the board, comprised of day and boarding directors and club and class presidents, established itself as a clearing-house for complaints which any student may communicate through a member. The board also worked at unifying the Middle and Upper Schools by making each more aware of the other's activities. Trying to make clubs more open, board members suggested creating workshops to allow more students to participate in extra-curricular activities. Suggestions for improvement and reform constantly crop up in meetings: Senior exemption from final exams, ideas for inner-city exchanges, and requests for social work programs. 89
Ever a model of decorum, Executive Board President, Jane Marsh, flirts with Wonder Bread.
Upper School Student Council
L-R: S. Ignatius, S. Mcintosh, C. Reasoner, P. Moon, J. Marsh (President), N. Smith, C. Boone.
Middle School Student Council
Seated: B. Dworshak (President), Mrs. Wheatley. Standing: S. Tangey, R. Howse, L. Brundred, A. Wadon, L. Rathburn, L. Ellis, T. Liller, M. Sullivan.
L-R: J. Dickerson, L. Peter, B. Waring, J. Marsh, B. Mackall, L. Ewing, W. Austad, Mrs. Puckett, Advisor.
Seated: C. Boone, P. Moon, P. Tatem, C. Rogers. Standing: B. Stewart, M. Presbery, C. Peck, M. Scott, S. Stephens, L. McClamroch, M. Harrison.
ORGANIZATIONS "They are the we of me. " —Carson McCullers
First row: Mrs. Moody, (Advisor), C. Kenworthy, S. Morten, E. Adams, J. Marshall, C. Corby, J. Moore, (President), B. Mackall, L. Surut, C. Boone Second row: C. Williams, N. Tieche, W . Smoot, B. Adams, L. Peter, D. R o w , S. Kirkpatrick
Boosters and the Holton Athletic Association worked together this year to ignite enthusiasm for all school activities. The two honorary clubs created a "secret point system" for the door prize, which Boosters awards each year to the class which collects the most stamps and ads, and has the best game attendance. In the past, points were given only for attendence at certain specified games. Both clubs feel that by keeping secret which games count, they can more accurately judge the sincerity of a class's enthusiasm for its team.
Booster initiates Sally and Ellis cheerlead Egyptian style.
First row: B. Waring, L. Peery, F. Pownall, D. Camalier, C. Howar, S. Cox, C. Reasoner, D. Reuter, (President), J. Marsh, N. Smith B. Jennings, P. Moon, B. McLachlen, A. Ashburn, A. Donnelly, Mrs. Nevitt, (Advisor) Second row: R. Warren, S. West, J. Howlett, M. Scott, S. Ignatius, A. Dickerson, F. Cox, K. Schwab, M. Cerny
Together, Boosters and H.A.A. planned the Blue-White Nights and Assemblies. They also m e t at a joint dinner to discuss ways to m a k e clubs more flexible so that more students could engage in extra-curricular activities. Whether working in the library, spearheading the U.G.F. drive, choosing the varsities, or managing the tournaments, Boosters and H.A.A. provoked school spirit and sparked the athletic program this year.
Fuzzy and Susie do the trash detail while Freddie coaches.
L.R.: A. Reynolds, E. Gelman, S. Pindar, N. Mikhalevsky, K. Bon, J. Marshall, B. Waring
The adventures of tackling a job so full of u n k n o w n challenges galvanized this year's Scribe staff into more than the usual creative frenzy. Replacing the Editor-in-Chief after the year had started was only one of its unusual activities. T h e staff began its duties by attending yearbook seminars at local universities for the first time in Scribe history and later trained future Scribe hopefuls by adding assistants to their over-worked inner core. T h e result is that conflicting opinions, varied talents, and late-night lay-out and typing sessions have fused to produce a record of n e w awareness.
Anne expounds to captive audience.
After another grueling late-night session, Belle and Nina prepare to eat pages 70-74.
First Row: K. Bon, S. Rhame, K. Bordley, C. Reasoner, D. Larrabee (Editor), A. Stewart, D. Day (Assistant Editor), A. Ashburn, K. Minsch, P. Eacho, P. Tatem, P. Love. Second Row: K. Menz, C. Rogers, L. Oliver, R. Warren, D. Reuter, H. de la Guardia, B. Waring, D. Kahn, C. Corby, D. Camalier, K. Viviano, A. Taylor, C. Howar, D. Donnelly, J. Harrison, N. Haden. Third Row: P. Eisinger, C. Kenworthy, W. Smoot, C. Williams, B. Cann, A. Farley, R. Adams, L. Prina, J. Moore, S. Kirkpartick, K. Kornmeier, L. Surut, G. Sullivan, L.C. Howe, J. Atwood, S. Voss, B.L. Ellis, J. Whitlow, L. Peter, G Merrian, P. Brown, D. Merriam, J. Marshall, C. Boone, A. Beukema, M. Nohowel, B. Mackall. For the Scribbler, 1968-1969 was a year of innovation. The new printer's smaller type doubled the copy space for articles by the enlarged and inventive staff, which reported on everything from the Miami and Chicago conventions to next year's headmaster. The new typing squad pounded out the articlesâ€”gems of journalistic prose after the reporters' visit to the Washington Star. Aloof from change, however, is Suzy Snooper, w h o continues to gossip her way to immortality.
Editor-in-Chief Donna Larrabee listens for pulse Bumpsie Adams reads copy.
Composed as always, Belle debates with Carroll.
The best Scroll meetings are supercharged. As they talk about the books they have voted to read, members shout, flail their arms, stamp their feet, and splinter into bristling little discussion groups. Mrs. Rogers and Mrs. Brim are there to offer a few pithy remarks to integrate the discussion and to give members some perspective on what they have read. Holton's honorary literary club not only reads but writes. Scroll publishes annually a selection of the school's best essays, stories, poems, and drawings in an anthology entitled, appropriately enough, Scroll.
Jeannie Parker interprets Kafka.
L.R.: S. West, B. Kotrla, S. Ferguson, N. Noyes, R. Culbertson, J. Marsh, B. Waring (President), C. Reasoner, C. Brim, J. Parker, L. Burroughs, L. Surut, L. C. Howe, J. Howlett, N. Mikhalevsky, S. Ignatius, A. Farley, D. Day, K. B. Lee
First Row: E. Gelman, D. Larrabee, C. Reasoner, M . Pownall, J. Porterfield (President), J Atwood C Giles, D. Camalier, A. Donnelly, B. Kotrla. Second Row: B. Waring, S. Voss, J. Parker, J. Howlett Miss Bryant, S. Carter, K. Minsch, B. Anderson, L. Southwick, B. McLachlen.
Despite circumstances which allowed only three meetings per semester, Nucleus journeyed to the Philadelphia planetarium, the Washington Naval Observatory (where the stars promptly disappeared) and planned a long-term experimental project which promised either to blow up the lab or put Nucleus members on the cover of Scientific American.
Letter from Werner von Braun amuses Nucleus president Jinks Porterfield.
First Row: M. Bucheit (President), R. Culbertson, L. Forsyth, T. Thompson, L. Surut, E. Adams. Second Row: L. Hill, K. Peck, S. Johnson, M. Adams. Third Row: N. Mills, M. Dworshak, S. Morten, T. Thompson. Fourth Row: K. Kornmeier, M. Bowie, E. Johns, K. Viviano, S. Carter. Fifth Row: A. Beukema, M. Muirhead, P. Harrison, B. Stewart, M. Wadleigh, E. Solera.
Left to Right: L. Surut, A. Farley, L. Hill, K. Blair, N. Mikhalevsky, M. Bucheit (President), M. Cart S. Johnson, E. Johns, M. Muirhead.
First Row: C. Giles, W. Hilgartner, K. Menz, M.L. Baer. Second Row: L. Oliver, B.L. Ellis, C. Rogers, C. Brim, S. Voss, A. Stuart.
Drama Club members took the veil this year for their spring production, Cradle Song. In habits financed by bakesales, they became Dominican nuns faced with raising a foundling. This year's play, unlike last year's comedy of manners, required deeper character studies and marked a religious return to Stanislavsky.
Spanish Club "Spanish Club candy aqui!" read signs posted throughout the dorm. Selling candy enabled members to donate clothing to St. Elizabeth's Hospital and to have Spanish dinners while they improved their knowledge of the Spanish language and culture.
First Row: N. Langerak, P. Tatum, K. Bon, E. Solera, D. Mills (President), M. Addison. Second Row: Boone, D. Kenworthy, S. Parker, W. Hyder, T. Thompson, G. de la Guardia, C. Crosby, M. Dominguez.
L-R: C. Corby, M. Fleming, E. Jeffress, B.L. Ellis, K. Pearson (President), A. Beukema, A. Stewart, J. Funkhouser, J. Bishop, K. Menz.
Inspired by French pastries, members of he Cercle Francois meet very informally to discuss French literature and culture as well as to show slides and movies of the country which most of the members have visited. The chefs of the group collaborate to produce at least one French dinnerâ€”from foudue to chocolate mousse. The French Club also seizes the opportunities Washington offers. Members toured the French embassy guided by the ambassador's wife, and attended several French movies and plays.
Jenni and Karen lunge for the fondue.
Chief Elf, Nancy Tieche, brings Social Service surprise to starving students.
Social Service is a non-profit organ zation devoted to various Washington area charities, including the Holton dorm. By selling candy to the entire boarding department and occasional day students, Social was able to stuff Christmas stockings for needy children and, at the end of the year, to donate the rest of its profit to another charity. Sabotaging the diets of starving students was only one means of making philanthropy possible. Social members also organized a Variety Show in November which, despite occasional electrical difficulties beyond their control, was a remarkable success. Social's final project was the Spring Auction, which sold everything from gym shorts to furry animals.
K. Lee, P. Tatum, M . Bucheit, N. Tieche (President), S. Parker, C. Boone, W . Hyder, J. Porterfield, M . Scott, P. Moon, M . Carter, Miss Brown (Advisor), N. Mikhalevsky, K. Peck, S. Pindar, S. Cox.
Renowned in the dorm for the social life it offers, Cotillion, selecting only t of garqons, provides movies, mixers, and other entertainment for Holton's boarders. Especially famous for dinner-dances, Cotillion arranged a delicious dinner with a group of remarkable Black Horses. Mixers, too, are always a treat. This year boarders were graced with the presence of not only the freshman class of Episcopal High School, but also of the Mercersburg boys, w h o are to be commended for their total cooperation with Holton's no clutch-dancing rule. Besides providing boys at the mixers, Cotillion offers their refreshment counter to all the girls in need of rest and recuperation.
Seated: N. Hayden, S. Morton (President), D. Mills, C. Kenworthy, E. Adams, S. Johnson, S. Stephens. Standing: L. McClamroch, J. Hudgins, N. Langerak, A. Farley, J. Funkhouser, L. Burroughs, M. Hine, C. Rogers.
World Affairs Club The rational debate which erupts into a near-riot is the trademark of the World Affairs Club. This year, speakers on Biafra and electoral college reforms have hopefully provided insight for some of the more violent bull sessions. For the past six years, World Affairs sponsored a Finnish boy with the money raised by bakesales. Forced to discontinue the sponsorship by a lack of funds, members n o w hope to contribute to a relief project here in the United States. Richmond bares fangs as World Affairs meeting explodes into debate.
First Row: P. Donnelly, B. Adams, B. Jennings, R. Warren, A. Farley, D. Day, D. Hinkle, B. Mackall, Mrs. Cole (Advisor). Second Row: P. Tatum, C. Boone, K. Bon, A. Reynolds, L. Surut (President), M. Fleming, B. Cann, N. Smith, S. Ferguson, C. Howar, F. Cox.
First Row: L. Hilgartner, L. Forsythe, A. Beukema. Second Row: N. Mills, L. Hill, A. Baird, J. Bishop G. DeLong (President), N. Noyes.
Folk Club, chartered only this year, is so young that its history can only be brief ... so w e thought we'd sing for you instead.
Junior French Club
First Row: C. Giles, J. Sade, E. Ewing, D. Wilkinson, A. Baird. Second Row: A. Fraser (President), Johnson, K. Kornmeier, B. McLachlen, J. Atwood, D. Camalier, J. Hudgins, P. Eacho. Third Row: L. Carr, A. Ashburn, L. Prina, W. Hilgartner, B. Hayes, M. Wadleigh, L. Peery, D. Mechlin, L. Peter, L. Forsyth, M. Nohowel.
First Row: K. Viviano, M. Wadleigh, J. Schwert, P. Brown. Second Row: S. Stephens, A.S. Fox, G. Ramage, M. Carter.
Middle School Glee Club
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.Fi'rsf .Row: L. Parker, D. Munger, C. Brundred, K. Keesling, K. Dolan, L. Kahn. Second Row: D. Schwab, E. Howlet, F. Wickes, M. Huttleston, N. Black, T. Ewing, J. Ill, E. Shaw. Third Row: E. Alderdice, J. Iovine, M. Johnson, K. Hayworth, J. Viner, Mr. Spaulding.
Middle School Drama Club
First Row: S. Peck, M. Hayworth, M. Gilson, V. Dippell, A. Gilliard, K. Merrels, L. Ellis, S. Leith (President), M. Seibens. Second Row: M. Presbrey, L. Stell, S. Leith, D. Martin, G. Arens, T. Norden, M. Sullivan, L. Corger, N. Schlosberg, L. Clausen. Third Row: H. Ford, G. Davies, L. Morgan, L. Freer, A. Hirai, K. Meyers, G. Cicerick. Fourth Row: N. Norton, T. Granger, H. McClure, S. Norden, D. Cobb, M. Mahoney. Fifth Row: W. Bradford, C. Gore, P. Rathbun, K. Martinson, L. McDonald, B. Phillips. Sixth Row: P. Hinkle. S. Gilmore. B. Horten, S. Nowhowl.
"Have you heard that it was good to gain the day? I also say it is good to fall; battles are lost in the same spirit in which they a won." â€”Walt Whitman
First Row: S. Ignatius, B. Jennings. Second Row: D. Donnelly (Manager), P. Love (Manager), B. Warin A. Ashburn, A. Dickerson, D. Cipperly, D. Day, D. Camalier, P. Moon, M. Cerny, M. Fleming, E. Kohl' Third Row: L. Ewing, P. Donnelly, L. Peery, C. Howar, K. Bordley, C. Reasoner, F. Cox, S. Cox, F Pownall, A. Donnelly, B. Adams, D. Reuter, L. Peter, Mrs. Nevitt, L. Southwick. Fourth Row: J. Mars B. Mclachlen, D. Kahn, K. Greenhalgh, K. Schwab, S. Moore, J. Moore, C. Corby, S. Kirkpatrick N Smith.
Right halfback Anne Dickerson eludes opponent.
Holy Child St. Agnes Georgetown Maret Stone Ridge Madeira Friends
3-0 3-1 4-0 4-1 1-1 0-1 0-1
6-0 6-1 1-1 2-0 0-0 0-1
First Row: F. Cox, M. Scott. Second Row: S. Beattie, A. Ashburn, D. Cipperly, M. Cerny, C. Williams, S. Moore. Third Row: S. Harrington, K. Lee, P. Moon, C. Howar, A. White, L. Peter, K. Schwab, P. Diehl (Manager), D. Reuter, L. Newell, L. Peery, N. Smith. Fourth Row: B. Rosenthal, S. Cox, K. Bordley, Mrs. Nevitt, C. Reasoner, S. Ignatius, R. Adams, J. Marsh. Absent: T. Thompson (Manager).
Dana Cipperly and opponent in a pas de deux for jump shot.
First Row: B. Waring, D. Reuter, K. Bordley, J. Marsh, C. Reasoner, S. Cox, E. Ewing, D. Camalier Ashburn, L. Southwick, B. McLachlen. Second Row: N. Mikhalevsky, M. Scott, S. Kirkpatrick' P Moon, F. Cox, D. Cipperly, K. Schwab, M. Fleming. Absent: C. Corby, A. Dickerson.
First Row: S. Beattie, F. Pownall, P. Moon, S. Cox, D. Glaize, C. Williams, N. Haden, P. Tatem, E. Adams, K. Bordley, K. Schwab, E. Kohl. Second Row: L. Peter, S. Harrington, L. Newell, D. Reuter, M. Cerny, C. Howar, D. Day, P. Brawn. Third Row: L. Peery, B. McLachlen, D. Camalier, L. Southwick, A. Ashburn, E. Ewing, A. Donnelly.
L-R: D. Patrick, W . Hilgartner, L. Carr, N. Mills (Captain), L. Hill, C. Rutledge, S. Leith, C. Thompson, B. Phillips, C. Gore.
Horse can't hack it.
HORS CAUTO? %
Tennis Varsity and Junior Varsity
First Row: A. Donnelly, C. Kenworthy, J. Parker, P. Donnelly, C. Howar, S. Ignatius, S. West, D. Donnelly, A. Reynolds. Second Row: K. Viviano, N. Smith, B. Jennings, L. Peter, D. Row, J. Harrison, A. Taylor, L. Perry, D. Merriam, B. Cann.
Seated: S. Johnson, C. Rutledge, C. Kenworthy. Standing: E. Jeffries, P. Harrison, W . Austad (Head Cheerleader), S. Rhame, J. Marshall, M . Dworshak, B.L. Ellis. Absent: B. Dworshak.
The Cheerleaders routed apathy early in the year with a school-wide spirit campaign. Ubiquitous posters, new uniforms, and cries of "come to the game!" signalled the presence of the enlarged cheering squad, which supported both Landon and Holton games this year.
Sam, Connie, Elise and Betti Lou ignite spirit.
"And I must borrow every changing shape to find expression . . . dance, dance â€”T.S. Eliot
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"We shall not cease from exploration And the end of all our exploring Will be to arrive where we started And know the place for the first time." -T.S. Eliot
Katie and M a u d e take over cheerleading duties.
Dotsie gets into Boosters
THE VARIETY SHOW
Christi and Shannon look a little doubtful but Nina's confident stance assures us that the Variety S h o w will go on.
Nina bails out as the Variety S h o w screeches to a halt.
Bathed in celestial light, George lifts stained-glass window into place.
Jenny keeps a stiff upper lip.
Mr. Lewis, the n e w headmaster of Holton, with Miss Brown and Miss Lurton at reception.
Fire and Ice . . .
. . ..and a cold sweat.
Mary with Mike White.
Deenie and John Charyk with friend.
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Time it was, And what a time it was, It was . . . A time of confidences. Long ago . . . it must be I have a photograph. â€” S i m o n and Garfunkel
'Knock twice and ask for Peewee.'
" 'I'm talking about this town.' F. Jasmine said in a higher voic 'There are all these people here I don't even know by sight or name. And we pass alongside each other and don't have any connection. And they don't know me and I don't know them. And now I'm leaving town and there are all these people I will never know." " 'Who do you want to know?' asked Bernice. "F. Jasmine answered: 'Everybody. In the world. Everybody in the world.'" â€”Carson McCullers
dedicated to rookie & See], if tkis world were mine holding hands keep the faith vavy no, i just follow you around for the heck of it summer '68 what am i going to do cause Sahy you got it old friends p.t. do you know what i mean dionne larks & ping pong awvight jack all the things i like in life are either illegal, immoral or fattening mrs. who?l? where did you say you lived we got a groouy hind of love Sahy now that i found you i cant let you go you must he love Sagii flo Sand practice & swimming pools westward hound '69 jack hlanh downtown k.c.'s hasement 1st time coffee & tea down with the a.s.p.c.a. with all our love, bee] & rookie p.s.- you're my soul and my inspiration, you're all i got to get hy guess who
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Upper and Middle School Directory Catherine Parrar Adams The Plains, Virginia, 22171 Eleanor Adams 220 W. Orman Avenue, Pueblo, Colorado, 81005 Mary Ragan Adams 12100 Piney Meetinghouse Road, Potomac, Md., 20854 Mary Girault Addison 3317 P Street, N.W., Washington, D.C., 20007 Cheryl Lynn Alderdice 2 Kittery Court, Bethesda, Maryland, 20034 Mary Frances Allen 4985 Rockwood Parkway, Washington, D.C., 20016 Barbara Burton Anderson 612 North Kentucky Ave., Roswell, New Mexico, 88201 Barbara Jane Anderson 9125 Kittery Lane, Bethesda, Maryland, 20034 Monica Jane Anderson 40 Arrowhead Road, Weston, Massachusetts, 02193 Elizabeth Coutrier Andrews 4505 Dexter Street, N.W., Washington, D.C. 20007 Gwendolyn Marguerite Arens 7501 Spring Lake Drive, Bethesda, Maryland, 20034 Anne Ross Ashburn 4911 Palisade Lane, N.W., Washington, D.C. 20016 Jane Marguerite Atwood 9201 Marseille Drive, Potomac, Maryland, 20854 Wendy Lou Austad 2500 Calvert Street, Apt. 414, Washington, D.C, 20008 Marie Louise Baer 401 Lumpkin Road, Fort Benning, Georgia, 21903 Alice Rutledge Tillman Baird 1101 Hopeton Road, Wilmington, Delaware, 19807 Nancy Dale Ball 5924 Natasha Drive, Berwyn Heights, Maryland, 20740 Mary Joanne Barter 6211 Garnett Drive, Chery Chase, Maryland, 20015 Susanne Pegues Beattie 42 Country Club Drive, Greenville, South Carolina, 29605 Susan Reid Bergesen American Embassy, A P O New York, 09678 Anne Elizabeth Terrill Beukema 8 Farmington Court, Chevy Chase, Maryland, 20015 Jennifer Brook Bishop 9124 Hollyoak Drive, Bethesda, Maryland, 20034 Gunilla Bjorkblom Rosenhallsgatan, 38, Eskilstuna, Sweden Nina Farrell Black 4403 W Street, N.W., Washington, D.C. 20007 Catherine Ledyard Blackburn 16 West Lane Drive, Houston, Texas, 77019 Susan Kearby Bon 6900 Wilson Lane, Bethesda, Maryland, 20034 Christina Spencer Boone Santa Clara Apt., 11 Calle 5-02 Zone 10, Gustemala City, Guatemala C.A. Martha Keith Bordley 5000 Rockwood Parkway, Washington, D.C, 20016 Melanie Ann Bourjaily 3714 Underwood Street, Chevy Chase, Maryland, 20015 Mary Sherier Bowie 4007 Laird Place, Chevy Chase, Maryland, 20015 Wendy Bliss Bradford 2909 Foxhall Road, N.W., Washington, D.C, 20016 Ruthanne Breedlove 4110 Sycamore Street, Chevy Chase, Maryland, 20015 Christine Brim 9229 E. Parkhill Drive, Bethesda, Maryland, 20014 Valerie Brotman 3210 Wisconsin Avenue, N.W., Washington, D.C, 20016 Phyllis Winsome Brown "Hanover," R.F.D. 2, Dickerson, Maryland, 20753 Carroll Patricia Brundred 10805 Fox Hunt Lane, Potomac, Maryland, 20854 Laura Elizabeth Brundred 10805 Fox Hunt Lane, Potomac, Maryland, 20854 Margaret Bucheit 90 Virginia Trail, Youngstown, Ohio, 44505 Laura Dent Burroughs 3720 Rectory Lane, Box 519, Upper Marlboro, Md., 20870 Deborah Norene Camalier 5311 Chamberlin Avenue, Chevy Chase, Maryland, 20015 Annette Lansing Canby 5121 Klingle Street, N.W., Washington, D.C, 20016 Susan Lee Canby 5121 Klingle Street, N.W., Washington, D.C, 20016 Katherine Elizabeth Cann 625 East 44th Street, Savannah, Georgia, 31405 Terri Ann Cantini 5200 Dorset Avenue, Chevy Chase, Maryland, 20015 Linda Page Carr 7600 Glendale Road, Chevy Chase, Maryland, 20015 Susan Kenyon Carter 7711 Dwight Drive, Bethesda, Maryland, 20034 Maude Lenoir Carter 3689 Del Monte Drive, Houston, Texas, 77019 Jane Kevill Cashin A C C R A - Department of State, Washington, D.C, 20521 Trudy Karen Caylor Upperville, Virginia, 22176 Maureen Elizabeth Chipman Cerny 9112 River Road, Potomac, Maryland, 20854 Gale Marie Ciceric â€˘ "Travelers Rest", Easton, Maryland, 21601 Dana Merrill Cipperly 2563 Waterside Drive, N.W., Washington, D.C, 20008 Cecelia Susan Clark 5804 Kennedy Drive, Chevy Chase, Maryland, 20015 Margaret Lynne Clausen 8810 Saunders Lane, Bethesda, Maryland, 20034 Diana VanVorst Cobb 1220 Tudor Place, Alexandria, Virginia, 22307 Margaret Lynne Clausen 8810 Saunders Lane, Bethesda, Maryland, 20034 159 Susan Lynne Colquitt 200 Coconut Palm Road, Boca Raton, Florida, 33432 Margaret Deborah ElizabethLee Delaney Benedict Cooke Colwell Conger Quarters 4528 6627 D., Macomb U.S. River Navy Road, Street, Yard, Bethesda, Washington, Washington, Maryland, D.C, D.C,20016 20034 20390
Constance Ray Corby 4633 Garfield Street, Washington, D.C, 20007 A m y Cox 223 S. Walnut Street, Morgantown, West Virginia, 26505 Anna Fredericka Cox 3133 Connecticut Avenue, N.W., Washington, D.C, 20008 Susan Louise Cox "Hidden Harbor", St. Michaels, Maryland, 21663 Melissa Erwin Croghan 208 Virginia Avenue, Alexandria, Virginia, 22302 Letitia Temple Crook 5000 E. Sky Desert Lane, Paradise Valley, Arizona, 85251 Cynthia Crosby 5001 Upton Street, N.W., Washington, D.C, 20016 Roberta Anne Culbertson 6509 Landon Lane, Bethesda, Maryland, 20034 Ann Dana Davies . . 5315 Duvall Drive, Washington, D.C, 20016 Gwynneth Birt Davies 5107 Scarsdale Road, Washington, D.C, 20016 Meredith Brooks Davies 11025 Stanmore Drive, Potomac Falls, Maryland, 20854 Deborah Day 3214 Newark Street, N.W., Washington D.C, 20008 Deborah Gore Dean 1300 30th Street, N.W., Washington D.C, 20007 Gilda de La Guardia Box 4150, Panama 5, Republic of Panama Gretchen DeLong 5306 Duvall Drive, Washington, D.C, 20016 Marlene Elizabeth DeMeritte 15516 Tierra Drive, Silver Spring, Maryland, 20906 Ann Fowler Dickerson 700 Chain Bridge Road, McLean, Virginia, 22101 Jane Wyatt Dickerson 700 Chain Bridge Road, McLean, Virginia, 22101 Philippa Diehl 6314 South Kings Hwy, No. 204, Alexandria, Virginia, 22306 Alison Victoria Dippell 5227 Farrington Road, Washington, D.C, 20016 Kerry Katherine Dolan 25 Grafton Street, Chevy Chase, Maryland, 20015 Marcelle Dominguez 4905 Klingle Street, N.W., Washington, D.C, 20016 Anne Warrington Donnelly 6811 Barrett Lane, Bethesda, Maryland, 20014 Mary Devereaux Donnelly 6811 Barrett Lane, Bethesda, Maryland, 20014 Paget Meryweather Donnelly 6811 Barrett Lane, Bethesda, Maryland, 20014 Marie Christine Donohue 11401 Hook Road, Reston, Virginia, 22070 Melanie Graham Dorsey 8 Farmington Court, Chevy Chase, Maryland, 20015 Ann Wallace Douglas 4733 Woodway Lane, N.W., Washington, D.C, 20016 Joan Wallace Douglas 4733 Woodway Lane, N.W., Washington, D.C, 20016 Elizabeth Lowe Dworshak 7712 Persimmon Tree Road, Bethesda, Maryland 20034 Margaret Nairn Dworshak 7712 Persimmon Tree Road, Bethesda, Maryland 20034 Pamela Bell Eacho 5713 Rockmere Drive, Washington, D.C, 20016 Margaret Page Eisinger Meadow-Lo, Stoneycreek Rd., Potomac, Maryland, 20854 Elizabeth Louise Ellis 5024 Sedgwick Street N.W., Washington, D.C, 20016 Linda Susan Ellis 5024 Sedgwick Street N.W., Washington, D.C, 20016 Eleanor D. Evans 4514 Wetherill Road, N.W., Washington, D.C, 20016 Elizabeth Harrison Ewing Falls Road & Evergreen Lane, Rockville, Maryland, 20854 Alpharetta Tucker Ewing Falls Road & Evergreen Lane, Rockville, Maryland, 20854 Alice Patricia Farley Box 1298, Venice, Florida, 33595 Jane Meredith Farmer 3600 Macomb Street, N.W., Washington, D.C, 20016 Nancy Hopkins Ferguson 7301 Burdette Court, Bethesda, Maryland, 20034 Sandra Elizabeth Ferguson 7301 Burdette Court, Bethesda, Maryland, 20034 Margaret Johanna Fleming 5106 Cammack Drive, N.W., Washington, D.C, 20016 Susan Kennedy Fogarty 8126 Kerry Lane, Chevy Chase, Maryland, 20015 Harriet Cochran Ford 20 West Third Street, Maysville, Kentucky, 41056 Elizabeth Reed Forsyth 3418 Quesada Street, N.W., Washington, D.C, 20015 Abbie-Stuart Fox 119-50th Street, Virginia Beach, Virginia, 23451 Anne Hamilton Stewart Fraser 2827 Arizona Avenue, N.W., Washington, D.C, 20016 Ellissa Blake Free 4500 Que Lane, N.W., Washington, D.C, 20007 Lynne Doranne Freer 6105 Temple Street, Bethesda, Maryland, 20034 Katherine Freese 8300 Whitman Drive, Bethesda, Maryland, 20034 Mary Catherine Frey 905 S. George Street, York, Pennsylvania, 17403 Linda Jane Funkhouser 1880 Fountain Head Road, Hagerstown, Maryland, 21740 Priscilla Ann Gaillard 4010 51st Street, N.W., Washington, D.C, 20016 Susan Cochran Gawler 4844 Quebec Street, N.W., Washington, D.C, 20016 Elaine Frances Gelman 4201 Cathedral Avenue, N.W., Washington, D.C, 20016 Elise Hope Gelman 4201 Cathedral Avenue, N.W., Washington, D.C, 20016 Caroline Harwood Giles 3900 N. Stafford Street, Arlington, Virginia, 22207 Owen Gillespie 1119 Chantilly Road, Bel Air, Los Angeles, California, 90024 Susan Gilmore 700 East Indiana 160 Avenue, Southern Pines, North Carolina, 28387 Margaret Susan Dorothy Jean Harrison Tillman Gitenstein Gilson Glaize 801 S. Washington 3323 O Street, Box Street, N.W., 327, Winchester, Florala, Washington, Alabama, Virginia, D.C,36442 20007 22601
Celeste Wright Gore 2310 California Street, N.W., Washington, D.C, 20008 Anne Gerrin Gosnell 12210 Piney Glen Lane, Potomac, Maryland, 20854 Sharon Chapman Graney 20 Chestnut Circle, Mount Hope, West Virginia, 25880 Tamsen Carol Granger P.O. Box 31, 10400 Montgomery Avenue, Kensington, Maryland, 20795 Brenda Ellen Gray 3121 Westover Drive, S.E., Washington, D.C, 20020 Kay Parsons Greehalgh 8900 Durham Drive, Potomac, Maryland, 20854 Dorothy Holly Griffith 5504 Lambeth Road, Bethesda, Maryland, 20034 Sara Anne Grosvenor 5501 Grosvenor Lane, Bethesda, Maryland, 20034 Anne Douglas Haden 3810 Atlantic Avenue, Virginia Beach, Virginia, 23451 Sherry Hansl 12530 Pennyfield Lock Road, Potomac, Maryland, 20854 Susan Page Harrington 209 East Lake Shore Drive, Chicago, Illinois, 60611 Isabel Heath Harris "Sugartree", Stahlstown, Pennsylvania, 15687 Janet Fauntleroy Harrison 6 A T A F SHAPE, A P O New York, 09224 Ma>-y Tayloe Harrison Box 62, Glen Head, New York, 11545 Elizabeth Anne Hayes 4894 Donaldson Drive, San Diego, California, 92109 Victoria Rosamond Townsend Heard 2013 H Street, N.W., Washington, D.C. 20006 Caroline Gray Hero 1213 Third Street, New Orleans, Louisiana, 70130 Marguerite Hey worth 14 Porter Road, U.S.N. A., Annapolis, Maryland, 21402 Linda Frances Hilgartner 8 Tralee Lane, Triangle, Virginia, 22172 Linda Hill 119 Grafton Street, Chevy Chase, Maryland, 20015 Elizabeth Marion Hine R.F.D. No. 3, Bridgeton, New Jersey, 08302 Dorothy Gretchen Hinkle 7019 Armat Drive, Bethesda, Maryland, 20034 Patricia Jean Hinkle 7019 Armat Drive, Bethesda, Maryland, 20034 Anna Chitose Hirai Eigenmann Hall, Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana, 47401 Anne Kimberly Hoffman 11021 Stanmore Drive, Potomac, Maryland, 20854 Elizabeth Snyder Horton 8109 Kerry Lane, Chevy Chase, Maryland, 20015 Cynthia Leila Howar 9110 Kittery Lane, Bethesda, Maryland, 20034 Lise Courtney McDonald Howe 3017 Cathedral Avenue, N.W., Washington, D.C, 20008 Elizabeth Howlett 1040 Brook Road, McLean, Virginia, 22101 Jennifer Howlett 1040 Brook Road, McLean, Virginia, 22101 Anne R. Howze 5211 Portsmouth Road, Washington, D.C, 20016 Margaret Huddleston 10712 Alloway Drive, Potomac, Maryland, 20854 Jane Barron Hudgins 7634 North Shore Road, Norfolk, Virginia, 23505 Kevan Totterdale Hunt 11120 River Road, Potomac, Maryland, 20854 Louise Harris Hull 5409 Duvall Drive, Washington, D.C, 20016 Ann Whitney Hyder 4910 Crestline Road, Fort Worth, Texas, 76107 Sarah Brooks Ignatius 3650 Fordham Road, N.W., Washington, D.C, 20016 Jeannette Hessenbruch III 10830 Pleasant Hill Drive, Potomac, Maryland, 20854 Julie Vincenza Iovine 5105 Cammack Drive, Washington, D.C, 20016 Elise Hume Jeffress 4917 Rodman Street, N.W., Washington, D.C, 20016 Barbara Alyce Jennings 3502 Dunlop Street, Chevy Chase, Maryland, 20015 Elizabeth Newell Johns Episcopal High School, Alexandria, Virginia, 22302 Ann Bailey Johnson 4960 Hillbrook Lane, N.W., Washington, D.C, 20016 Margaret Rhodes Johnson 8716 Fernwood Road, Bethesda, Maryland, 20034 Mary Ellen Johnson 10848 Pleasant Hill Drive, Potomac, Maryland, 20854 Sallie Evans Johnson 6984 South Garfield Way, Littleton, Colorade, 80120 Sally Bland Johnson 1570 Harding Road, Northfield, Illinois, 60093 Sally Gibbs Johnson 4960 Hillbrook Lane, Washington, D.C, 20016 Laura Ellen Kahn 5215 Edgemoor Lane, Bethesda, Maryland, 20014 Daryl Elaine Kahn 5215 Edgemoor Lane, Bethesda, Maryland, 20014 Susan Rachel Kaplan 4009 East West Highway, Chevy Chase, Maryland, 20015 Katherine Joan Keesling 5619 Odgen Road, Washington, D.C, 20016 Josephine Slingluff Kelly 3703 Blackthorn Court, Chevy Chase, Maryland, 20015 Charlene Wick Kenworthy 536 Tod Lane, Youngstown, Ohio, 44504 Jan Kenyon 6600 Rivercrest Court, Washington, D.C, 20016 Stephanie Ann Kenyon 6600 Rivercrest Court, Washington, D.C, 20016 Sally Ann Kirkpatrick 5019 Sedgwick Street, N.W., Washington, D. C , 20016 Eleanora Atkins Kohl 815 Meredith Drive, Media, Pennsylvania, 19063 Krys Jean Kornmeier 5801 Brookside Drive, Chevy Chase, Maryland, 20015 Patricia Kay Kornmeier 5801Brookside Drive, Chevy Chase, Maryland, 20015 161 Martha Bowie Kotrola 3021 Cleveland Ave., N.W., Washington, D.C, 20008 Nicole Gisele Langerak P.O. Box 194, Carpenteria, California, 93013
Zita Yannique Langerak P.O. Box 194, Carpenteria, California, 93013 Donna Louise Larrabee 4704 Jamestown Road, Washington, D.C, 20016 Lynn Bradley Latson 9704 Corral Drive, Potomac, Maryland, 20854 Harriett Cooley Lawrence 2631 Woodley Place, N.W., Washington, D.C, 20008 Katherine Blair Lee 3401 N Street, N.W., Washington, D.C, 20007 Sara Jane Leith 2442 Belmont Road, Washington, D.C, 20008 Susan Gill Leith 2442 Belmont Road, Washington, D.C, 20008 Alexandra Noyes Lewis 11600 Partridge Run Lane, Potomac, Maryland, 20854 Tamara Kay Liller 6900 Broxburn Drive, Bethesda Maryland, 20034 Crispin Hill Littlehales 5407 Roosevelt Street, Bethesda, Maryland, 20034 Pamela Ann Love 38 Bellport Lane, Beilport, L.I., New York, 11713 Elizabeth Candace Loving 15704 Ancient Oak Drive, Gaithersburg, Maryland 20760 Maureen Lisa Lowe 5100 Marlyn Drive", Washington, D.C, 20016 Elizabeth Lee McClamroch 815 Greenwood Road, Chapel Hill, North Carolina, 27514 Helen Pendleton McClure 5305 Chamberlain Avenue, Chevy Chase, Maryland, 20015 Marilyn Alexander McClure 5305 Chamberlain Avenue, Chevy Chase, Maryland, 20015 Sharon Lane McGehhee 1724 Washington, Albuquerque, New Mexico, 87110 900 Southern Building, Washington, D.C, 20015 Sara Ligon Mcintosh "Daviot", Boyce, Virginia, 22620 Elizabeth Jordan McLachlen 9721 Byeforde Road, Kensington, Maryland, 20795 Katherine Latimer McMahon Box 1076, Lyford Cay, Nassau, Bahamas Shelley Jane McVicker Poolesville, Maryland, 20837 Anne Lorraine Macdonald 5606 Mohican Road, Washington, D.C, 20016 Bruce Bowie Mackall 5108 Dalecarlia Drive, Washington, D.C, 20016 Margot LeFevre Mahoney 6918 Wilson Lane, Bethesda, Maryland, 20034 Barbara Jo Marsh 125 South 26th Street, Allentown, Pennsylvania, 18104 Jane Delano Marsh 101 E. Kirke Street, Washington, D.C, 20015 Jo Page Marshall 4830 Tilden Street, Washington, D.C, 20016 Dana Elizabeth Martens 6408 Highland Drive, Chevy Chase, Maryland, 20015 Katherine Dillon Martenson 5605 Wood Way, Washington, D.C. 20016 Diane Elizabeth Martin 6800 Hillmead Road, Bethesda, Maryland, 20034 Martha Jane Martin 403 Park Boulevard, Sheffield, Alabama, 35660 Deborah Alexandra Mechlin 3711 Fordham Road, N.W., Washington, D.C, 20016 Alice Victoria Menz 4858 Loughboro Road, N.W., Washington, D.C, 20016 Kimberley Anne Merrels 5609 Wilson Lane, Bethesda, Maryland, 20034 Gail Austin Merriam 4659 Kenmore Drive, N.W., Washington, D.C, 20007 Rose Douglas Merriam 4659 Kenmore Drive, N.W., Washington, D.C. 20007 Lynda Ann Mersereau 6404 Kennedy Drive, Chevy Chase, Maryland, 20015 Katherine Maria Meyer 9710 Persimmon Tree Road, Potomac, Maryland, 20854 Nina Virginia Mikhalevsky 4822 North 37th Street, Arlington, Virginia, 22207 Mary Deborah Mills Hacienda El Molino No. 483, Tegucigalpa, Honduras Nancy Lewis Mills Piecesofeight, Rt. 4, Box 304, Easton, Maryland, 20854 Katherine Arden Minsch 10825 Admirals Way, Potomac, Maryland, 20854 Grace Patterson Moon Rokeby Farms, Upperville, Virginia, 22176 Helen Randolph Moore 4901 Hillbrook Lane, N.W., Washington, D.C, 20016 Jennifer Baker Moore 3602 Van Ness Street, N.W., Washington, D.C, 20008 Laura Van C. Moore 4901 Hillbrook Lane, N.W., Washington, D.C, 20016 Lucy St. Clair Moore 10801 Pleasant Hill Drive, Potomac, Maryland, 20854 Shelley Wellons Moore 10801 Pleasant Hill Drive, Potomac, Maryland, 20854 Alyne Carroll Morgan 5806 Wyngate Drive, Bethesda, Maryland, 20034 Sarah Janet Morgan Old Wells Road, West Point, Georgia, 32833 Sarah Hontas Morten Box 409, Bassett, Virginia, 24055 Margaret Cushing Muirhead 25 Flemington Road, Chapel Hill, North Carolina, 27514 Diana Kahl Munger 7213 Blacklock Road, Bethesda, Maryland, 20014 Virginia Ann Munger 7213 Blacklock Road, Bethesda, Maryland, 20014 Claire Holt Myers 8512 Old Georgetown Road, Bethesda, Maryland, 20014 Eleanor York Myers 102 East Melrose Street, Chevy Chase, Maryland, 20015 Lucie Newell Quarters 4196, USAF Academy, Colorado Springs, Colorado, 80840 Elizabeth Gordon Nicolson 5103 Duvall Drive, Washington, D.C. 20016 Margaret Dressier Nohowel 8912 Burdette Road, Bethesda, Maryland, 20034 162 Shelley Anne 8912 Burdette Road, Bethesda, Maryland, 20034 Nancy Lyndon Bettina Susan Winslow Louise Norden SeranNohowel Norton Noland Norden 4055 4055 4201 3000 52nd 52nd Cathedral PTerrace, Terrace, Street, Avenue, N.W., N.W., Washington, Washington, Washington, D.C, D.C, D.C.20016 20016 20007
Nancy Ann Novick Nancy Hatheway Noyes
136 Roszel Road, Winchester, Virginia, 22601 9211 Overlea Drive, Rockville, Maryland, 20850
Florrie Trundle Oliphant 3901 Fordham Road, N.W., Washington, D.C, 20016 Lynne P. Oliver 181 E. 73rd Street, New York, New York, 10021 Elizabeth Fitzgerald Parker 4015 49th Street, N.W., Washington, D.C. 20016 Shannon Emily Parker 4132 Edgehill Road, Fort Worth, Texas, 76116 Dorsey Carrington Patrick 2339 S Street, N.W., Washington, D.C 20008 Celia Ann Pearson R.F.D. 3, Box 132, Gaithersburg, Maryland, 20760 Karen Pearson R.F.D. 3, Box 132, Gaithersburg, Maryland, 20760 Cathering Davis Peck 4561 Cathedral Avenue, N.W., Washington, D.C, 20016 Monica Susan PePeck 4561Cathedral Avenue, N.W., Washington, D.C, 20016 Letty Jeanne Peery 8220 Kerry Road, Chevy Chase, Maryland, 20015 Edith Marshall Peter 6904 Armat Drive, Bethesda, Maryland, 20034 Mary Natalie Peter 6904 Armat Drive, Bethesda, Maryland, 20034 Katherine Jean Peters 12000 Old Bridge Road, Rockville, Maryland, 20852 Brooke Linsley Phillips 4900 Edgemoor Lane, Bethesda, Maryland, 20034 Janet Lane Pierce 5416 Lambeth Road, Bethesda, Maryland, 20014 Mary Strachan Pindar 45 East 44th Street, Savannah, Georgia, 31405 Jeannette C. Pittman 653 Hay Street, Fayetteville, North Carolina, 28301 Jacqueline Genevieve Polland 3413 Shepherd St., Chevy Chase, Maryland, 20015 Virginia Thomson Porterfield 709 South Samuel St., Charlestown, West Virginia, 25414 Marianne Pownall 10815 Burbank Drive, Potomac, Maryland, 20854 Mary Anne Presbrey 2238 Q Street, Washington, D.C, 20008 Martha Rountree 2238 Q Street, Washington, D.C, 20008 Lee Lorick Prina 4813 Quebec Street, N.W., Washington, D.C, 20016 Virginia Ann Ramage Quarters B, USNS, Wash. Navy Yard, Washington, D.C, 20390 Lise Claude Rasmussen 160 Selby Lane, Atherton, California, 94025 Anne Page Rathbun Box 794, Middleburg, Virginia, 22117 Carroll Jane Reasoner 4352 Forest Lane, N.W., Washington, D.C, 20007 Diana Shaw Reuter 4000 52nd Street, N.W., Washington, D.C, 20016 Anne Douglas Reynolds 1349 Pine Tree Road, McLean, Virginia, 22101 Ann Rochele Rhame 801 Swan Creek Road, Tantallon, Maryland, 20022 Catharine Dalton Richardson 4719 Butterworth Street, N.W., Washington, D.C, 20016 Rosemary Livingston Ripley 2324 Massachusetts Avenue, N.W., Washington, D.C, 20018 Sylvia MacNeil Ripley 2324 Massachusetts Avenue, N.W., Washington, D.C, 20018 Anne H. Rogers 4915 Loughboro Road, N.W., Washington, D.C, 20016 Lucia Coleman Rogers Belvoir Farm, Crownsville, Maryland, 21034 Sally Bruce Rogers 4915 Loughboro Road, N.W., Washington, D.C, 20016 Priscilla Kathleen Rogerson R.F.D. No. 1, Dundee, New York, 14837 Brooke Allen Rosenthal 2900 Woodland Drive, N.W., Washington, D.C, 20008 Jane Blair Rosenthal 2900 Woodland Drive, N.W., Washington, D.C, 20008 Dorothy Isabella R o w 3553 Hamlet Place, Chevy Chase, Maryland, 20015 Anna Catherine Rubino 7227 Marbury Court, Bethesda, Maryland, 20034 Ann Parker Rublee 7833 Aberdeen Road, Bethesda, Maryland, 20014 Cornelia Thea Rutledge The Willoughby, No. N1023, 5500 Prospect Place, Chevy Chase, Maryland 20015 Shelley Randolph Sacks 5413 Blackistone Road, Washington, D.C, 20016 Jennifer Eleanor Sade 3705 Whispering Lane, Falls Church, Virginia, 22041 Nina K. Schlosberg Four Thompson Circle, Washington, D.C, 20008 Janet Margaret Schwert 3316 Braemer Drive, Lexington, Kentucky, 40502 Mary Holt Scott Bethesda Road, Southern Pines, North Caolinna, 28387 Diana Bliss Schwab Kentsdale Drive, Potomac, Maryland, 20854 Katherine Ryland Schwab Kentsdale Drive, Potomac, Maryland, 20854 Stratton Semmes 11630 Glen Road. Potomac, Maryland, 20854 Elizabeth Coolidge Shaw 4400 Hawthorne Street, N.W., Washington, D.C, 20016 Mary Jane Azalea Siebens P.O. Box 1076, Lyford Cay, Nassua, Bahamas Eugenia L. Siegler 4101 Dana Court, Kensington, Maryland, 20015 Alexandra Simons 10420 Glen Road, Potomac, Maryland, 20854 Lesley Kyle Smith 6 East Kirke Street, Chevy Chase, Maryland, 20015 163 Nancy Morgan Smith 6803 Meadow Lane, Chevy Lane, 20015 Linda Winton Irene Sally Rish Fernandez Susan Westbrook Somers Southwick Solera Smoot 1114 4012 P.O. Sourwood Underwood Box 6740 1514 Melody Drive, Street, San Chapel Jose, Lane, Chevy Costa Hill, Bethesda, Chase, Rica, NorthMaryland, Maryland, Maryland, Central Carolina, America 20034 20015 27514
Susan Kate Gresham Spaulding 2201 46th Street, N.W., Washington, D.C, 20007 Laura Gilmour Stell 3602 Wake Drive, Kensington, Maryland, 20015 Sarah Holmes Stephens Route 5, Pulaski, Tennessee, 38478 Barry Martin Stewart Chicken Valley Road, Locust Valley, Long Island, New York, 11560 Caroline Ann Stewart 449 Lakeshore Lane, Chapel Hill, North Carolina, 27514 Kyle Ramsey Stewart 5107 Cammack Drive, Washington, D.C, 20016 Elizabeth Zolnay Sullivan 3500 Williamsburg Lane, N.W., Washington, D.C, 20008 Margaret Emmet Sullivan 3500 Williamsburg Lane, N.W., Washington, D.C, 20008 Virginia Vandergrift Sullivan 3500 Williamsburg Lane, N.W., Washington, D.C, 20008 Louisa Day Surut 5100 Brookeway Drive, Washington, D.C, 20016 Robin Sue Susman 200 Tally Ho Drive, Beckley, West Virginia, 25801 Karen Swagart 5622 Lamar Road, N.W., Washington, D.C, 20016 Sarah B. Tanguy 3503 Fulton Street, N.W., Washington, D.C, 20016 Penelope Ann Tatem 2801 New Mexico Avenue, N.W., Washington, D.C, 20007 Alyson Rose Taylor 4 Bryden Road, Weston, Massachusetts, 02193 Caroline Warner Thompson 7600 Exeter Road, Bethesda, Marylnad, 20014 Thayer Thompson Box 236, R.D. 1, Havre de Grace, Maryland, 21078 Nancy Monroe Tieche "Fairchance", 1007 Dry Hill Road, Beckley, West Virginia, 25801 May Hooker Toms 920 Mulberry Road, Martinsville, Virginia, 24112 Jaye L. Viner 2821 Chesterfield Place, N.W., Washington, D. C , 20008 Dana Kim Vivano Centenial Lake East, Marlton, New Jersey, 08053 Susan Voss 7609 Carter Court, Bethesda, Maryland, 20034 Anne Pou Wadden 4530 Cathedral Avenue, N.W., Washington, D.C, 20016 Marjorie Terry Wadleigh Qtrs. SP-20, USNAS, Norfolk, Virginia, 23511 Cynthia Lynn Ward USN, Headmaster, Severn School, Severna Park, Maryland, 21146 Belle Seeback Stbbins Waring 7523 Spring Lake Drive, Bethesda, Maryland, 20034 Richmond Slater Warren The Lair, Upperville, Virginia, 22176 Merida Welles 184024th Street, N.W., Washington, D.C, 20008 Geraldine Walker West 5020 Palisade Lane, N.W., Washington, D.C, 20016 Sally Anges West 5010 Sedgwick Street, N.W., Washington, D.C, 20016, Allison Hurley White 10 Hesketh Street, Chevy Chase, Maryland, 20015 Leslie Brightman White 10 Hesketh Street, Chevy Chase, Maryland, 20015 Janet Lea Whitlow 4721 N. 36th Street, Arlington, Virginia, 22207 Frances Cleveland Wickes 4960 Rockwood Parkway, N.W., Washington, D.C, 20016 Deborah Anne Wilkinson 34 Chestnut Drive, Huntington, West Virginia, 25705 Catherine Patricia Williams 7709 Chatham Road, Chevy Chase, Maryland, 20015 Laura Jean Wright 6406 Maiden Lane, Bethesda, Maryland, 20014
Lower School Directory
Catherina Reed Andrews Lisa Joan Armstrong Susan Obey Arnold Alice Lorraine Arthur
4505 Dexter Street, N.W., Washington, D.C, 20007 5502 Beech Avenue, Bethesda, Maryland, 20014 7170 Helmsdale Road, Bethesda, Maryland, 20034 8404 Magruder Mill Court, Bethesda, Maryland, 20034
Jane Macrea Bailey 5308 Carbell Road, Washington, D.C, 20016 Jennifer Vilma Bardos 9408 Old Georgetown Road, Bethesda, Maryland, 20014 Maeve Elizabeth Barnes 4721 Fulton Street, N.W., Washington, D.C, 20007 Anne Brockett Bertke 21 Primrose Street, Chevy Chase, Maryland, 20015 Annette Diana Beresford 8304 Thireau Drive, Bethesda, Maryland 20015 Nola McKee Black 4403 W Street, N.W., Washington, D.C.' 20007 Gwyneth J. Bourjaily 3714 Underwood Street, Chevy Chase, Maryland' 20015 Sophie Stuart Bowen 4018 Glenridge Street, Kensington, Maryland, 20795 164
Lisa Joan Brandt Margaret Stuart Brawner Anne Miller Brundred Deborah Anne Busch
7616 Rosdhu Court, Chevy Chase, Maryland, 20015 29 Hesketh Street, Chevy Chase, Maryland, 20015 8308 Bryant Drive, Bethesda, Maryland, 20034 8016 Carita Court, Bethesda, Maryland, 20034
Pamela Jan Cafrtiz 5334 Goldsboro Road, Bethesda, Maryland, 20034 Lisa Anne Camalier 5311 Chamberlain Avnue, Chevy Chase, Maryland, 20015 Phyllis Sterling Carter 7711 Dwight Drive, Bethesda, Maryland, 20034 Deborah Sharon Chow 8 Carderock Court, Bethesda, Maryland, 20034 Mariamne Morris Claggett 4827 Sedgwick Street, Washington, D.C, 20016 Helen West Clark 5706 English Court, Bethesda, Maryland, 20034 Nancy Lee Cohen 5310 Moorland Lane, Bethesda, Maryland, 200014 Linda Bernice Cokinos 10400 Riverwood Drive, Potomac, Maryland, 20014 Ann Dulany Conger 6627 River Road, Bethesda, Maryland, 20034, Mary C. Conger 6627 River Road, Bethesda, Maryland, 20034 Connie Rachael Coppersmith 3219 Park View Road, Chevy Chase, Maryland, 20015 Anne Harriet Cremeans 6010 Welborn Drive, Washington, D.C, 20016 Mary Elizabeth Cunningham 10709 Stanmore Drive, Potomac, Maryland, 20854 Ann Clark Cutts 7912 Deepwell Drive, Bethesda, Maryland, 20034 Tracy Davis 5030 Sedgwick Street, N.W., Washington, D.C, 20016 Lisa De Moielle Day 4010 West Underwood Street, Chevy Chase, Maryland, 20015 Elise Thayer Dewey 4725 Quebec Street, N.W., Washington, D.C, 20016 Gwendoline W. Dewey 7508 Salem Road, Falls Church, Virginia, 22043 Dorothes Wilhelmina Dickerman 9030 Bronson Drive, Potomac, Maryland, 20854s, Patricia Galen Diley 9030 Congressional Parkway, Potomac, Maryland, 20854 Diana Whittier Dudley 4801 Glenbrook Road, N.W., Washington, D.C, 20034 Annette M. Elmholt 8413 Fenway Road, Bethesda, Maryland, 20034 Kathleen Beaumont Evans 3505-30th Street, N.W., Washington, D.C, 20008 Katherine McCarroll Fall 5241 Partridge Lane, N.W., Washington, D.C. 20016 Edith Page Fleming 5405 Albermarle Street, Washington, D.C, 20016 Elizabeth Rolig Flint 10005 Coventry Way, Bethesda, Maryland, 20034 Elizabeth S. Flower 6420 Bradley Boulevard, Bethesda, Maryland, 20034 Fern Debra Fogelman 7212 Arrowood Road, Bethesda, Maryland, 20034 Sandra Lyn Fogelman 7212 Arrowood Road, Bethesda, Maryland, 20034 Jennifer Lynn Forsyth 3418 Quesada Street, N.W., Washington, D.C, 20015 Gail Elizabeth Frawley 10807 Pleasant Hill Drive, Potomac, Maryland, 20854 Jill Ann Frommer 4849 Rodman Street, N.W., Washington, D.C, 20016 Catherine Verda Garrett . 3221 Farmington Drive, Chevy Chase, Maryland, 20015 A m y Theresa Gilbert 11301 South Glen Road, Potomac, Maryland, 20854 Patricia Lynn Granum 8605 Camille Drive, Potomac, Maryland, 20854 Sara Temple Greer 6401 Brookside Drive, Chevy Chase, Maryland, 20015 Diane Elizabeth Haase 5809 Greenlawn Drive, Bethesda, Maryland, 20014 Sally Ann Harris 10812 Fox Hunt Lane, Potomac, Maryland, 20854 Catherine MacDonald Hart 9535 Accord Drive, Potomac, Maryland, 20854 Victoria Herter Heath 5603 Cromwell Drive, Washington, D.C, 20016 Lisa S. Hess 9615 Accord Drive, Potomac, Maryland, 20854 Patricia Lee Hess 9615 Accord Drive, Potomac, Maryland, 20854 Catherine Ann Heuer 4831 Indian Lane, N.W., Washington, D.C, 20016 Caroline Elizabeth Hoadley 14300 Marion Drive, Rockville, Maryland, 20858 Nancy Huddleston 10712 Alloway Drive, Potomac, Maryland, 20854 Lynda Elizabeth Huguely 5300 Burling Terrace, Bethesda, Maryland, 20014 Elizabeth Morgan Johnson 4960 Hillbrook Lane, N.W., Washington, D.C, 20016 Kimberley Ann Johnson 9001 Clewerall Drive, Bethesda, Maryland, 20034 Joan Allyson Kelly 604 Ingraham Street, N.E., Washington, D.C, 20011 Susanne Waring Kelly 3703 Blackthorn Court, Chevy Chase, Maryland, 20015 Judith Kiernan 5100 Klingle Street, N.W., Washington, D.C, 20016 Anne Hanahan Ford Kimzey 5104 Worthington Drive, Washington, D.C, 20016 Andrea Randal Kofs 4701 Willard Avenue, Chevy Chase, Maryland, 20015 Barbara Lamphere 5212 Falmouth Road, Washington, D.C. 20016 Elizabeth Hay Lamphere 5212 Falmouth Road, Washington, D.C, 20016 Edith R. Lampson 2709165 Dumbarton Avenue, N.W., Washington, D.C, 20007 Diana Sarah Susan Larkin Wynne Wheelwright Mcphee Lussi Lawrence 11615 3710 4112 Patridge Bradley Aspen Run Street, Lane, Lane, Chevy Potomac, Chase, Maryland, Maryland, 20015 20854 20015
Joanne Mcphee 11615 Partridge Run Lane, Potomac, Maryland, 20854 Barbara Yardley Manfuso 8112 Kerry Lane, Chevy Chase, Maryland, 20854 Virginia Leigh Martens 6408 Highland Drive, Chevy Chase, Maryland, 20015 Mary Margaretta Martenson 5605 Wood Way Drive, Washington, D.C, 20016 Peggy Ann Mason 8315 Burdette Road, Bethesda, Maryland, 20016 Georgia Amelie Mechlin 3711 Fordham Road, N.W., Washington, D.C, 20016 Wendy Steck Merriman 3008 Cortland Place, N.W., Washington, D.C, 20008 Frances Jane Meyer 2246-49th Street, N.W., Washington, D.C, 20007 Nancy Meyers 5516 Devon Road, Bethesda, Maryland, 20014 Cynthis Fairchild Millen 18039 Pleasant Hill Drive, Potomac, Maryland, 20854 Pamela Lynn Morell 2435 California Street, N.W., Washington, D.C, 20008 Janet Terrell Munger 7213 Blacklock Road, Bethesda, Maryland, 20034 Marilyn Murphy 3069 University Terrace, N.W., Washington, D.C, 20016 Susan Noel 4834 Sedgwick Street, N.W., Washington, D.C, 20016 Cecelia Louise Niepold 5111 Cammack Drive, Washington, D.C, 20016 Gladys Kimberely Noyes 9211 Overlca Drive, Rockville, Maryland, 20034 Pamela Halsey Noves 9211 Overlca Drive, Rockville, Maryland, 20034 Ruth Larner Oliphant 3901 Fordham Road, N.W., Washington, D.C, 20016 Margaret Jane O'Reilly 8609 Fenway Drive, Bethesda, Maryland, 20034 Deborah L. Packard 11 Farmington Court, Chevy Chase, Maryland, 20015 Lynne Barron Patterson 7733 Arrowood Court, Bethesda, Maryland, 20034 Katherine Redwood Penovich 8019 Aberdeen Road, Bethesda, Maryland, 20014 Cecile Elizabeth Pickford 4804 Newport Avenue, Washington, D.C, 20016 Jenelle Christine Prins 9213 Villa Drive, Bethesda, Maryland, 20034 Amy Ruth Rakusin 2800 Chesapeake Street, N.W., Washington, D.C, 20008 Sharon Leigh Raymond 8001 Glendale Road, Chevy Chase, Maryland, 20015 Kathryn King Reichelderfer .7522 Persimmon Tree Lane, Bethesda, Maryland, 20034 Caroline Parker Rockefeller 1352 Pine Tree Road, McLean, Virginia, 22101 Anne Douglass Rollow 4426 Hawthorne Street, Washington, D.C, 20016 Cynthia A. Rosenbaum 3221 Woodland Drive, N.W., Washington, D.C, 20008 Nancy Lynn Rosenthal 2900 Woodland Drive, N.W., Washington, D.C, 20008 Lesley Allen Rosse 1405-31st Street, N.S., Washington, D.C, 20007 Cynthia Evans Rush 6376 Wingate Street, Alexandria, Virginia, 22312 Claire Louise Salisbury 2922-45th Street, N.W., Washington, D.C, 20016 Julia Hayden Samson 12301 Braxfield Court, Rockville, Maryland, 20852 Ana Schmidt 5013 Macon Road, Rockville, Maryland, 20852 Mary Robertson Schneider 5113 Scarsdale Road, Washington, D.C, 20016 Elizabeth Lloyd Shorb 4800 Woodway Lane, N.W., Washington, D.C, 20016 Sandra Leigh Sidey 10825 Stanmore Drive, Potomac, Maryland, 20854 Jennifer Clark Simons 10420 Glen Road, Potomac, Maryland, 20854 Mary Alexandra Sipper 3130 P Street, N.W., Washington, D.C, 20007 Tilman Cantrell Smith 6803 Meadow Lane, Chevy Chase, Maryland, 20015 Leslie Carol Stewart 5107 Cammack Drive, Washington, D.C, 20016 Wende L. Stone 11016 Stanmore Drive, Potomac, Maryland, 20843 Susan Dial Stranahan 6404 Kenhowe Drive, Bethesda, Maryland, 20034 Kathryn Jean Strodel 8308 Carderock Drive, Bethesda, Maryland, 20034 Deborah Wood Taylor 10911 Edison Road, Potomac, Maryland, 20854 Elizabeth Rogers Thomas 4728 Dorset Avenue, Chevy Chase, Maryland, 20015 LethaTrible 1515-31st Street, N.W., Washington, D.C. 20007 Lisa Angele Tyler 1827-24th Street, Washington, D.C, 20008 Elizabeth Skirvin Tyson 5067 MacArthur Blvd., N.W., Washington, D.C, 20016 Carol Ann Vosger 10833 Stanmore, Potomac, Maryland, 20854 Sally Voss 7609 Carter Court, Bethesda, Maryland, 20034 Deidre DeSaix Wasler 7511 Honesty Way, Bethesda, Maryland, 20034 Courtney Clonard Walsh 2005-45th Street, N.W., Washington, 20016 Dorothy Parker Webb 2707-36th Street, N.W., Washington, D.C, 20007 Cynthis Ellen Wein 5609 Bent Branch Road, Washington, D.C, 20016 Margaret Bruce Wellington 4805 Newport Avenue, Washington, D.C, 20016 Susan Margo Weston 4400 Q Street, N.W., Washington, D.C, 20007 Mary Randall Whitlow 4721 N. 36th Street, Arlington, Virginia, 22207 166 Catherine Ward Winfield 4809 Street, N.W., Washington, D.C. 20014 20007 Nancy Emily Winkelman Susan Malone Lynn Winkelman Winfield 8009 4809 Overhill VV Street, Road, Road, N.W., Bethesda, Bethesda, Washington, Maryland,' Maryland', D.C, 20014
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THE HOLTON-ARMS ALUMNAE ASSOCIATION CONGRATULATES T H E CLASS O F 1969
The Board of Directors Meeting held in the Fathers Lounge, November, 1968 Seated: Mrs. Sabin Robbins, Jr. (Sallie Ann Buchheister '58 Secretary Mrs. Thomas G. Pownall (Marilyn Cunnick '41) President Mrs. Raymond P. Hunter (Frances Morse '28) Mrs. Allen Kirkpatrick (Sue Silvester '41) Mrs. Robert Hartland (Dorothy Hill '49)
Absent due to snow: Mrs. H. Thompson Donaldson (Sheila Rcybold '54) Mrs. John R. Eakin, Jr. (Anne DeVeau '60) Mrs. Robert Ginesi (Margaret English '32) Mrs. Charles T. Matheson (Bonnie Buchanan '60) Mrs. Charles Mochwart (Mary Jane Ojfutt '56. C'59), Treasurer Mrs. Eugene E. Pitrof (LeClair Powers '55)
Standing: Mrs. Joseph Pisarra (Eleanor McConihe '56) Mrs. Edwin Kintner, Jr. (Harriet Whitford '25) Mrs. George Williams (Leita Laws '47) Mrs. Robert Fleming (Martha Schoenfeld '36) Vice-President
Every student who leaves Holton-Arms in good standing is a welcome member of the Alumnae Association. The Purpose of Your Alumnae Association Is to Support Your School in Every Possible Way.
of an Engl sh professor from Alfred, and his wife.
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PATRONS From the little old man who lives in a shoe" DEAN RATHBUN ASSOCIATES Compliments of Roland Dawson Mrs. Lewis Ellis Sara Leith Sara C. Dolan Compliments of Variety Shop Planfilm, Inc. From Santa Claus and the Good Fairy Sures, Inc. Jewelers Mr. & Mrs. James F. Mersereau The Brundreds From the 8th graders on bus 5 Mrs. William C. Eacho Jr. Salon Soigne From a Friend Virginia E. Blair Compliments of Club Restaurant "Tut, Tut, Mrs. Lewis!" From Cedar Point Farm
John W . Freer From a Friend "Shelley and Judy" From the Balloonman Compliments of Heindl Printing Company Tschiffely Bros. Dr. & Mrs. David Shames A Friend of the class of 72 Palisades Beauty Salon Compliments of a Soul Brother Lottie J. Gooding Jerry Friedrich "From a Marmalade Cat" Osaka Restaurant Mrs. H. T. Hirai Best wishes from a Spanish friend
Frank Sottele Mr. & Mrs. George Rublee Julie V. Iovine Country Squire Cleaners Harrison Realty & Co. Ellen Elizabeth's Kathe Rogerson & Nancy Ball Susan E. Stanley Compliments of Raymond & Frederick James R. Holway Compliments of Fred Novel, Kim Coiffures, Inc. Compliments of Hanna Ayouh Rug Cleaning Company Apex Hardware Co. The Honorable & Mrs. Arch A. Moore Aladdin's Lamp, Inc. Miriam Crocker Tux Hemingway Transport, Inc. Continental, Ltd. Phyllis Brown & Cathy Peek
Mr. & Mrs. Hayes T. Jackson Madeline Moody & Betty Nevitt Lee Miller Mr. & Mrs. Ralph E. Dippell MacArthur Market "Friends" Eleanor R. Lewis Mr. & Mrs. R. Clark Giles Margaret S. Nicolson Genevieve Soudee Marilyn Gadzuk Catharine P. Wheatley Mary Carter R. Stabler Compliments of a Father From K. A. M. Smallwood-Billingsley Realty Co. Mr. & Mrs. Dworshak Humphrey Bogart "King Kong wears a toupee" Julian Stein
Compliments of the class of '69 From the old man who lives in the shoe Linda Ellis Bobbie Ellis It's dinner time â€” the telephone rings â€” it's Elaine! Holton has been a gratifying experience to me! Mrs. "K" "What's the first thing you're going to do when you get home, Cathy?"
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For he on honeydew hath fed And drunk the milk of Paradise." —Coleridge, "Kublakhan"
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HOLTON-ARMS Class of 1969
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