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MOUNT VERNON COLLEGE

1975-1976

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If I had to select one word for this year and this occasion it would be celebration:

We are celebrating a new year

We are a celebrating 100th anniversary

We are celebrating international women's year

We will be celebrating the beginning of this country's bi-centennial

We are certainly celebrating in joyful confusion the largest freshman

class and total college enrollment in the history

of Mount Vernon

And we are also celebrating for the first time in many years a near-world

peace, tenuous though it may be.

In a time of celebration, however, one cannot help

but look forward, and on such an occasion as this, I am

reminded of the young girl when asked who made her, replied: "I don't know, I haven't finished yet."

Today individually and collectively we are like that young person. We know where we are and where

we have been, and we are looking forward sometimes eagerly and sometimes with uncertainty to what

we may become. A convocation is a beginning; it helps

way

it should be.

to make us aware that we haven't finished. That's the

But the trick is that we are never really finished, never really all we would like to be or never quite able to

contribute all we would like to for future generations. The best we can do is to make as improvements the

process of personal and institutional evolution takes place, and the simplest way to do this is to look with

candor and affection at the present and with creative anticipation to the future. In that way the process of

celebration is never ending.

By 1875, only seven years after admitting her first students, Elizabeth Somers had formally established Mount

Vernon as a distinctive girls' school offering a unique six-year, secondary and post-secondary program of

studies.

Today on the occasion of Mount Vernon's centennial convocation we continue to appreciate, enjoy, and

respond to the creativity of this distinguished woman, who was dedicated to the possibilities which life and

learning provided.

And that is my hope for each and all of us today: that in 1975-76 we share in a willingness

to define our

individual and collective possibilities and to use that potential effectively and with exhilaration in exploring

that which we may currently conceive of as the impossible.

Elizabeth Somers said it best: "Every work of the past is incomplete unless the present

The college motto "She who conquers herself conquers all things

And Emily Dickinson provides the appropriate climate for implementing

Writing in 1875, she said:

That love is all there is

Is all we know of love.

Today's convocation provides not only an occasion for a loving

exhilarating example of what is and what may be.

The possibilities are vours and ours. Let us use them well and lovingly.

Convocation Address

President Peter D. Pelham

September

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sustains it."

documents that belief.

individual and collective actions.

recollection of what has been, but also an


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Dear Mrs. Resnick:

We the staff of the 1975-76 Bell Cote along with

the student body of Mount Vernon College,

dedicate this book to you. Your willingness,

friendship and patience are unending. When

we are tired, when we need a haven from the

never ending noise, when we have fantastic

news to share or a problem to make us cry,

you are there to listen to us, to laugh and to

cry with us, to share with us.

Simple "thank you's" have never fully expres

sed the gratitude we have wished to extend to

you. We hope that in dedicating this yearbook

to you we can further demonstrate our sincer

ity and appreciation.

With our deepest love.

Bell Cote 1976


A Glimpse of The Past .

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Mount Vernon College began its life in 1875 when Mrs. Elizabetti Somers founded a small scfiool which she called Mount Vernon

Seminary using the name of a Methodist Church in Baltimore which had been restored by a brother of whom she was very fond.

Mrs Somers' school, as it became known in Washington, quickly attracted students, among them the daughters of Alexander

Graham Bell who invited the students of the school to demonstrate his newfangled machines. The portrait of Mrs. Somers which

now hangs over the fireplace in Post Hall is of a woman with unusual understanding, kindness, humor and grace. She gave our

college a flying start.

What was the pattern of life in those early years of the life of the institution? What did students do when they had no electric light,

no stereos, no televisions, no movies and greatest mercy of all, no or telephones automobiles? They went to lectures and concerts,

visited ice cream parlors, and, during the administration of President Rutherford B. Hayes, they visited the White House, as Mrs.

Somers was a close friend of Mrs. Hayes. On Fridav nights thev could receive voung men in the parlor where there was usually

present Mrs. Somers and the whole student body. If you think that Mrs. Somers ran a finishing school, think again. The preparation

for college level work was So thorough that the President of Vassar wrote to Mrs. Somers after receiving one of her successful pupils,

to say that in the future Vassar would admit any student from her school without examination.

In the 1898 catalog entry for the Collegiate Department of the school, the following subjects

are listed:

JUNIOR YEAR: Required: Art History, English Literature and Composition, Logic Physiology

SENIOR YEAR: Required: American Political History including Parliamentary Usage, English Literature and Composition,

Psychology, Astronomv, Arithmatic Reviewed

One cannot help wondering whether the voung women of 1900 who sur\'ived this rigorous training were not in fact better educated

than their counterparts today?

It is interesting, too, to see evidence of the selective admissions policy pursued by the school in 1903-4. "Pupils deserving admission

to the school must be introduced favorably by present or past patrons, and must present certification showing progress

studies pursued in the school last attended." In 1880 the school moved from its original location on F Street ot 1100 M Street, and by

that date there were 120 students. Mrs. Somers knew that the school would grow and so she bought a tract of land on Nebraska

Avenue, and in 1914 she leased the school to Mrs. Hensley who had worked with her for 15 years. In 1916 the school was incorpo

rated and the move was financed by unsecured notes guaranteed only by the good reputation of the school. This campus, which

now belongs to the U.S. Navy, was made up of brick buildings and boasted a Great Hall which was furnished with many of the

pieces now in Post Hall, A chapel dedicated to Mrs. Somers was added in 1925 and a bell was given in honor of Miss Ames.

In the school catalogs for those early years, there are some fascinating details of social and intellcctural history. In the regulations for

boarding pupils for the year 1875-76 there is the following statement: "Pupils will receive such calls as arc approved by the Princi

students on the

pal, on Friday evenings from 8:00 until 10:00, and on Saturday afternoons. No visits will be made or received by

Sabbath or or during any regular study recitation hours. "What would these pupils have made of our open parietals? A glimpse of

the very different standards of dress and decorum is also instructive.

In 1912 the catalog reads: "The supply of underclothing should be generous, substantial, and simply made." "For dinner wear,

two or three simply made dresses of summer silk or voile, or some fabric easily laundered."

It is a long way from wash and wear shirts, denims, and Dr Scholl's. The Year Books, as they were called, of those early years

are written in an elevated style which reflect the highminded aims of those who served the school. In 1900 the entry under

discipline read: "Fine ideals of womanly earnestness and dignity of character arc kept constantly before the pupils, and the

is cautious without

cultivation of the social graces and courtesies of daily life are ever emphasized. The system of chaperonage

being un-American and affected The relation between teachers and pupils is close, frank and cordial, and there is such

harmony in the work of the school that almost no force is wasted, and few pupils can resist the steady, combined pressure in

the direction of order, truth, and noble living."

Miss Cole, who followed Miss was Hensley responsible for forming the Alumnae Council, and the appointment of the first alumna

trustee to the Board. She also presided over the Golden Jubilee in 1925, the year in which the Nebraska Avenue Chapel was built as

a memorial to Mrs. Somers.

From the early years, a Mount Vernon student had to study for six years in order to earn a diploma; in the thirties the Junior College

was established as a separate part of the institution. Mr. George Lloyd, who had taught history for many years, became President of

the whole school when Miss Cole retired in 1937. Mrs. Lloyd taught Mathematics and later became Principal of the Seminary. Mr.

Lloyd had the distinction of being the first male faculty member of the school. On his first morning of teaching, he was tapped on

in the


the shoulder by an elderly faculty member who remarked severly: "Oh, Mr. Lloyd, vou are a very great experiment for us." He set a

precedent for it is evident today that the college has not discriminated against male or faculty administrators.

Despite the outbreak of the war, the school experienced its biggest enrollment ever in 1942, but in the same year the Navy informed

Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd that the school was property to be requistioned for the duration of the war. Mr. and Mrs Lloyd supported by

their students decided not to close the school, and after a difficult search, they were able to move the dormitories into a number of

large, unoccupied homes in Spring Valley. The classrooms, library and assembly hall were housed on the top floor of the Julius

Garfinckel store, which had just opened and could not be stocked because of shortages caused by war.

In the address made by Mrs. Lloyd for Founder's Day 1961, there is a very moving passage in which she describes her feelings about

leaving the Nebraska Avenue campus:

But if it was heartbreaking, it was funny too as night after night, the "criminals", of our staff, Mr. Lloyd and Brooks, Jim Platter

and others, smuggled out blackboards and little stoves, hid the chemistry equipment and all the things we felt the Navy could

do without and we knew we couldn't. I think it is the only time in the history of Mount Vernon that the Navy has ever been

unpopular! January the 15th came and the moving. Great vans were to go down the next morning, forty of them, truckload after

truckload. The school seemed so desolate and our courage seemed so smalL At twilight I got the key from the young ensign in

charge and 1 went over to the School Chapel. There all was quiet and unchanged, for the Christmas wreath still hung

window, and I went forward and knelt in a senior pew, which would be just one of the pews our college seniors are sitting in

this morning. Somehow, as I knelt there, in the stillness the resentment and the hurt went out of mv heart. The quiet Chapel

seemed filled: Mrs. Somers was there, Mrs. Hensley, Miss Cole, faculty members, students, serv-ants, and I felt for the first

time in my life I knew the meaning of the words, "Wherefore seeing that we are compassed about with so a great cloud of

witnesses, let us run with patience the path that is set before us." 1 got up from my knees with a fresh faith and courage to go

out into the cold January dusk, so down to Spring Valley to wait the return of the students. At that moment, but not before, I

knew that we nothing were leaving behind was important, that the intangible things, those things that really mattered were

still ours, if we would prove worthy of the task entrusted to us.

It is this spirit which keeps a school alive. "You cannot realize, very few people

more Mount Vernon."

in the

do realize, how nearly in those days there was no

A search began for a permanent post war home which was found in the school's present location on Foxhall Road in 1944. In 1946

construction was underway but slowed by strikes, shortages and slow deliveries. The opening of the school had to be postponed

until October when the students from the preparatory division moved into Somers and Cole House was used for classrooms until

the Administration building could be completed. The Refectory was unfinished so meals had to be served on paper plates in the

basement of Somers. There were bathroom curtains instead of doors, makeshifts of all kinds and mud everywhere. Once the

Refectory was completed, Lloyd Hall, Acheson, Post Hall and the Library beneath it, followed.

In 1970, the Florence Hollis Hand Chapel was completed, and was the recipient of an award by the American Institute of Architects.

The New was Dormitory completed in 1971, and the swimming pool in the summer of 1975.

Throughout the early decades of this century the school emphasized individual learning, small classes, a faculty primarily interested

in teaching and in a maintaining close, friendly relationship with students. The recent policy of clarifying the objectives in all the

courses of study offered, is a continuation of the methods described in the twenties: "The course will be laid out in a series of

contracts or goals, progress from one to another to be made a through series of tests."

In 1962, Mr. &. Mrs. Lloyd retired and Mr. Pelham became President. The decision to phase out the Seminary was made in 1965 so

the last commencement of the was Seminary held in 1969. In the seventies the college has remained faithful to the principles of

individualized education and has developed a calendar which encourages concentration on a smaller number of courses and allows

students to enter the college at five different points in the academic year. The college has encouraged the applications from adult

women whose presence adds a new dimension to the institution. The most important evidence of growth, however, has been the

establishment of the four B.A. programs which has taken place over the past four years.

And tomorrow where will Mount Vernon be? Our future lies in maintaining the identity earned for us in the past and in the present

so that the college may continue to be, as Liz Carpenter said in her Commencement address in 1974, "a jewel of a small liberal arts

college educating young women in an admirable and exciting wa\' for the kind of world we live in."

Written by: Valerie Vesser


Mrs. Beatrice Spottswood

How can we thank you

For the time you have spent

For devotion

And patience

For the hours without rest.

Kindness and pride

Are yours by nature

You have roots that run deep

And love that is stable.

You have seen Mount Vernon

In good times and bad

You have touched many lives

And made many friends.

The words are difficult

But the thoughts sincere

Thank you Bea

For being here.


When we need something fast

Or change for a dollar

Your door is always open

All we need do is holler.

Lives you do save

When the session begins

With books and erasers

The confusion finally ends.

Throughout

the term

Your work never stops

Because of last minute changes

In projects we start.

The trouble we might give you

Is all in jest

We think Mrs. Beam

That vou are the best.

Mrs. Janice Beam


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Top Left: F Street Campus

Middle Left: M Street Campus

Bottom: Nebraska Avenue Campus

Top Right: Chapel at Nebraska Avenue

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SENIORS

Liz MacCauley

Jams Shipe Kathy Lynch

Sheila Gales


Susan Merkel Amy Schaeffer

Ida Marie Giusti

Debbie DePalma Diane Kearns

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Kathy Studt


Eileen Werner

Anne Kampelman

Callie Wentling


Linda Wehe

Diane Sherman Mary Paull Hubbard


Robin Crabtree Jewel Trowers

Susan Smith


Laura Browrn

Polly Cain


Lizanne Campbell

Nancy Jenkins

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Stella Cawley


Felicia Johnson Mary Szelewa

Bookie Myers


Betsy Rather

Jackie Engel Amey Boyle


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Anne Ward Lee Hanley

Bianca Beary


Cindy Fisher

Elizabeth Sprague


Randy Sacks

Piyanart Chansue

Mary

Molly Klinedinst

Ellen Bertrand


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Barbara Anderson Isabel Azqueta Maria Batlle Rosa Batlle Harriett Bennett

Heidi Brinig Marianne Chaconas Joan Clarke Laura Conlev Susan Cramer

Nydia Cruz

Pamela Davis

Gail Donahue

Krista Eaton


Gabby Epstein Laurie Eynon Marianne Farnsworth Beau Firth Mary Genet

Susan Gerrish Patricia Harrell Leslie Hartley Erika Heden Theresa Hicks

Susan Hirt Maureen Horan Susan Isom Elizabeth Johnston Janet Jordan

Belt) Laughlin Jisoo Lee Benita Lucy Pam Lynch Mollie Lynch


Sandra Melton

Judith Repetti

Lisa Taylor

Peggy Wilton

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Michaelle Melton


Cissy Baker

Virginia Cox

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Kim Powell


Ana-Mita Betancourt

Sheldon Lvkes Leslie Hellier


Laura Randall Cindy Mansfield

Margie Young


Kathleen McGrath Lauren Greco


Astrid Vent

Lauren O'Dell

Maria Rangel


Alice Canale

Martha Smith Vanja Jordan


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Viola Morgan


Kathy Landon

Lisa Nilles

Adair Frayser


Nancy Jensen Nancy Griffith


Lisette Arellano Frankie Leavitt

Tongjai Balankura


Diana Denniston

Tracy Ives

Blanche McWane


Liz Fanning

Sarah Lyon

Diane Smith


Patti Muldoon Kathy Brenneman

Diane Hellmuth

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Mar)' Bryan Smith

Jestina John

Laurie Leimbrook


Janice Burgess

Elise Leffler

Vicki Frazier


Lundy Stechschulte

Roberta Moriartv Andrea Seals


Dormalia Pasos Shelly Tompkins

Sally Israel

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Kim Fracaro

Jessie Qose


Arlene Parella Louise Wilcox

Debbie Maxwell


Tom Ruiz Urbano

Wendy Traurig

Sally Cary


Jessie Holden Margaret Maxwell

Lily Tackaberry


Merrill McManus

Elise Keller

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Valerie Qeary

Scot Hoyt

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Lynette Young (L), Cookie Brown (R).

Ann Staak Vivian Bransfield


Charucian Varasri Dixie Barker

Bev Stoney


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Susan Norris


Ann Olsson

Kathy Cohen

Lou Hollowell


Maritza Matos

Marion Lyons

Ellen Heath

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Midge Lippmann

Carlene Dahill

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makes no difference anyway. Whatever

it is I'm against it." Groucho Marx

Fortes Fortuna Adiuvat

Facilis Descensus Averno Virgil

"What is the odds so long as the fire of

the soul is kindled at the taper of convi

viality and the wings of friendship

never moult a feather." Dickens

Patricia Kavanaugh


Amy Berger Alicia BiUings Beaufort Bodman Barbara Boutell


Candy Brown Sloane Browning Anne Cabaniss Elena Camacho Catherine Carroll

Hei Ri Cho Marianne Cholnoky Anne Clarke Ruth Colmer Patricia Cope

EUyn Corley Peggy Cross Julie Cunningham Lisa Daudon Martha Davidson


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Vicki Dearborn Heather Dennis Wendy Dewart Lisa Diggs Vondilier Dillard

Justine Dohertv Tory L)oulin Corinne Dorsey Nellie Duddleson Frances Duffey

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Susan Ford Margaret Foster Bear Garvan Kim Gaul Jane Gennette

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Debbie Green Jan Greenquist Leslie Grindberg Carol Grisham Jennifer Gross

Emma Hil Terrs' Holmes Betsy Holsinger Kathy Hooper Tara Hvisdoch


Lavern Jackson Anne lemison Debbie Jennings Lavinia Johnston Renee Karol

Gail Kauranen Susan Keller Tiga Kelley Barbara Kelly Eleanor King

Joyce Koech Becky Kramer Carola Krieger Cindy Kuhn Karla Lacayo

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Jenny McNeil

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Candance Madigan Elaine Mamalis Diane Mancuso Karen Marrero

Sharon Marshall Cindy Martin Michelle Meenehan Patti Melehan Joan Mezines

Martha Middagh Julie Miller Susie Miller Carol Mitchell Cindv Moore


Dorothy Moore

Michelle Munson

Ann Morgan Carolyn Mortensen Lisa Mosbacher

Sara Myers

Kim Nardi

Barbara O'Donnell Ebeth Olsen Sara Olsen

Courtenay Moter

Beatriz Nielsen Christine O'Connor

Annette Osborne Patricia Owens

Sara Parker Lillian Pearsall Sally Pennell Leanne Pfautz Krista Randall

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Laurie Thompson Murphy Tuomey Patricia Walton Beth Ware

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Mr. Walter E. Beach

THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Mrs. Elizabeth Carpenter

Mrs. F. Edward Cavin

Mr. David P. Close

Mr. John Gibson

Mrs. Ralph F. Gow

Mr. Gilbert M. Grosvenor

Mrs. Elizabeth F. Harris

Mr. Donald G. Herzberg

Mrs. Anne Hyman

Dr. Max M. Kampelman

Dr. Elmer Kayser

Dr. Herbert R. Kells

Mrs. J. Burke Knapp

Mr. Fred Korth

Mrs. Donald F. Magarrell

Mrs. John A. Nevius

Chairman of the Board

Mrs. William McMurtrie

Mr. Charles F. Miles

Mrs. Nathan Mobley

Mrs. Robert S. Murphy

Mrs. Oscar D. Nohowel

Mr. Peter D. Pelham

Mrs. Seymour S. Preston

Mrs. William D. Ruckelshaus

Miss Barbara Sincerbeaux

Mr. Douglas R. Smith

Mr. Brant Snavely

Mrs. George R. Sprague

Mr. Henry Strong

Mrs. Brice Toole

Dr. Bennetta Washington

Mrs. P. Whitney Webb


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1. Mrs. Lucile Firey

Professor Art History

2. Grounds Crew

Mr. Ben McFadden

Mr. James Gardner

Mr. Willie Lee Lyons

Mr. Lewie McFadden

3. Mrs. Kathleen Powers

Director of Publications


1. Miss Sandra Brown, Asst. Bookkeeper (L)

Miss Mary Copeland, Director of Finance (C)

Miss Jean Burdette, Bookkeeper (R)

2. Mrs. Ellen Morrell, Asst. Prof, of Busi. Educ.

3. Mr. Don Meserve, Assoc. Prof, of Art


1. Miss Jan Hollack, Asst. Professor of Physical Education

2. Mrs. Mildred Lamm, Lecturer of Interior Design

3. Mrs. Ann Page, Director of Alumnae Activities

4. Miss Gail Hutchins, Faculty Secretar\'


1. Mr. Bruce Jackson, Dining Room

2. Mrs. Ellen Breem, Recp.

To President

3. Mr. Bernard Brooks (L), Mr. George Huggett

Mr. Gino Alford (R), Dining Room

4. Mrs. Eleanor Knap, Sec, Development Office

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1. Library & LRC

Mrs. Mary Kasamatsu, Media Technician (L)

Mr. Tom Mott, Media Technician (C)

Mrs. Sherrie McMahon, Media Aide (R)

2. Mrs. Ann Howard, Lecturer of Childhood Educ.

3. Miss Jan Zimmerman, Assoc. Prof, of Commuc.


1. Miss Jeanette Moore

Registrar

2. Miss Janet Law (Left)

Coord. Of Admissions Act.

Miss Martha Lumb (Right)

Asst. to Dir. of Admissions

3. Mr. Tom McMahon

Vice-President of Operations


1. Mrs. Doris McNeil

Coord, of Student Affairs

2. Miss Catherine Allen

Asst. Professor of Business

Adminstration

3. Miss Renee Taft

Career Counselor and

Academic Advisor


1. (Left to Right) Dinmg Room Staff

Mrs. Katie Blair

Miss Hilda Dorsey

Miss Freda Johnson

Mrs. Rosetta Porter

Mrs. Bernette Arkinson

Mrs. Carlota Merino

Mrs. Rosemary Wise

2. Miss Carmen Cortes

Lecturer of Spanish,


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1. Miss Nancy White

House Resident Clark

2. Mrs. Valerie Vesser

Dean of Student Affairs

3. (Left to Right) Plant Staff

Mr. Linwood Edwards

Mr. Alexander White

Mr. Miguel Lopez

Mr. Franklin McFadden

Mr. Cesar Catalan


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1. Dr. Margaret Lerche

Professor of Political

Science

2, Mrs. Martha Connolly

Lecturer of Music

3. Mr. Mark Schulman

Asst. Professor of

Communications

4. Dr. Carmen Cortes

Lecturer of Spanish and

House Resident Merriweather

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1. Miss Betsy Jones

Teaching

Studio Art

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2. Mr. Michael Calhoun

Lecturer of Business Law

Mrs. Ros Calhoun

House Resident Cole

3. Mrs. Eleni Demetriou

Lecturer of Ceramics


1. Mrs. Jan Beeching-Pieper

Asst. Director of Admisions

2. Mrs. Jackie Naron

Sec. for the Operations Office

and Continuing Education

3. Mrs. Jennifer Hantho

Director of Admissions


1. Miss Helen Boy den

Housekeeper

2. Miss Naseem Sahibzada

Asst. Professor of English

3. Miss Mary Hoyt

Public Relations

Consultant


1. Mrs. Jane Highsaw

Assoc. Professor of Political Science

2. Mrs. Dianne Mathewson

Asst. Professor of Psychology

3. Mrs. Janice Beam (Left)

Manager, College Book Store


1. Mrs. Mary McMahon

Asst. to the Director of Admissions

2. Miss Janet Law

House Resident Hensley

3. Kary & Mark Schulman

House Residents New Dorm

Saranella and Suzanna

4. Miss Maria Carroll

Prof, of Spanish and

Academic Adviser


1. Miss Jane Lillydahl

Lecturer in Economics

2. Mr. Roy Chang

Director of Student Activities

3. Mrs. Nicole Long

Director of Continuing Education


1. Mrs. Charlotte Resnick

Asst. to the Dean of Students

2. Mrs. Chris Andrews

Asst. to the President

3. Mrs. Jackie Buhrman

Professor of French


1. Mrs. Judy Yudkin, Asst. to the Dean of

Academic Affairs

2. Mr. Bill Eckert, Dean of Academic Affairs

3. (From Left to Right) Mr. Russell Gibbs, Mr.

Douglas Brown, Mr. Robert Broadie, Mr.

Curtis Murray, Miss Willie Mae Fennell,

Miss Virginia Diamond, Miss Elminer

McCray, Mrs. Carlota Merino, Mrs. Frances

Edward, Miss Rubilia Salaguero, Miss

Mattie Ward.

4. Miss Amy Greene, Lecturer History


Mrs. Deborah Both, Lecturer of Sociology

Miss Pamela Qayton, Lect. of Arch. Drafting

Mr. Arnie Cohen, Pub Manager

Miss Audrey Colom, Lecturer of Political Science

Dr. Geneva Folsom, Lecturer of Psychology

Mr. Richard Harteis, Assoc. Professor of English

Mrs. Mary Hochman, Director of the LRC

Mr. Murray Howard, Lect. of Arch. Drafting

Miss Leslie Jacobson, Lecturer of Communications

Miss Sandra Mason, Lecturer of Childhood Educ.

Miss Irma McConell, House Resident Ames

Miss Susan Mols, Lecturer of Dance

Miss Virginia Nolan, House Resident Hensley,

Miss Isabelle Shelton, Lecturer of Journalism

Miss Geraldine Wilson, Lecturer of Interior Design

Dr. Geraki Yates, Lecturer of Political Science

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There is something special about coming home

Something that you just can't name

It's not the town, the names or faces

For even those are likely to change.

It's love, tranquility, and harmony too

It's a feeling of "belonging" that overcomes you

The people here seem to understand

They

And they

know how to listen

want to care.

You're ready to leave

You're ready to return

You want to let go and at the same time hang on.

Enjoy these years.

There aren't many more

If you make them "happy"

Your memories will mean more.

Nancy M. Jensen

Diana Denniston

Betsy Jones


Diana Denniston


Star Stepping-into

And Carefully

So we won't

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Back to DEAD earth

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Where we would be Smothered

Disillusioned

and

Trampled

into tiny meaningless,

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USELESS

by Distrust!

one false move could cause

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Discouragement

And the Journey would be

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ALIVE!

DESTROYED!

And we once again become part of

The Mob,

the

Just another unfamiliar face,

Multitude.

and mind,

of the foot

hidden,

disquised and lost

in a sea of

Eileen P. Melehan

monotony.


Time to think

Moments alone

Waking softly

in a bed of snow

Would it be better to live by myself

or is it sufficient to wake alone.

Nancy M. Jensen

Here I sit, sit and think

Here I reach, reach and can't find

Here I think, think and find no answers

But I ask no real questions.

Nina Mayer

Lonely, only

Because you left me.

Scared of night.

Scared of light.

No ones hand to hold.

Where are you now?

What have you come to be?

My

need for love

grows ever so stong.

Middle age.

Unhappy stage

of life I am in.

Confused, abused

by others like you.

Where am I now?

What have I come to be?

Lonely, only

Because you left me.

Marian Lyons

Everyday begins

I want to begin it.

a new life for me.

With every new morning

Everday is a new day.

I want to begin the day

With my ideas and new loves.

Night does not end the day.

It just brings new hopes

And ideas for the next day.

Nina Mayer

Betsy Jones


Highway Homes

all the lonely people

where do they all come from?

ragged faces

peering wide-eyed through frayed curtains

hungry for a glimpse of life.

what do they do on Saturday

have no color TV not even black and white

they

only empty rotting sheds

and on dirty scrawing rags clotheslines

what do they do behind their peeling walls

under leaky roof

in their moth/eaten chairs

they stare longingly

at passing cars

waiting breathlessly

for a chance

that they will never get.

starving dogs

filthy children

condensed milk at every meal.

no parties to excit them

not a single new pair

all the lonely people.

where do they all come from?

where

Tracy Spafford

do

they

go?

of shoes.

Token Night .

Your mind

Stood

Naked

Before Me;

Spilled on

The floor

Like a trillion

Graines of Sand.

Your Body

Was pale

And had been

tossed upon

My beach

By the

Tide.

I had Stood

Waiting .

Watching

From afar.

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Shading my

Eyes against

The sun.

. . Diana

Denniston

II.

While sailing

I watched you

Capsize

I tried to

Help you right

Your vessel

But I had

My

own to

Tend to.

Fog appeared;

Yawning its

Way between

Us.

I fell overboard an

Cried.

I was

Drowning

In their

Waters

Oblivious of

You I drowned

In my

Silence.


There's a land I know of full of

streams and lakes of plenty. Blossoms

and sheaves of wheat dot the meadows.

There are also tall mountains laden

with pine forests where rabbits and

deer run about. 1 have been down to the seas where

the waves lick white soft sands.

Peace is what I have found in this land.

Yet comes a time when streams

are full of water running away, muddy

water fighting to reach calm terrain.

The rocks they

slide over are obstacles.

Their limits are set by the banks of

the river, carrying the waters winding down.

Winds ripple and at time irritate the

once glassy lakes.

Flowers and trees are uprooted by fierce

winds and carried off by

or fires.

violent floods

Seas are tortured as their tides and

swells beat the rocky shores.

Thunder and lightning are propelled

from inky-black cloud fists. Winds

screech and howl, upsetting sea

going

vessels with their shrouds

and sails whipped apart.

There is peace, yes, and beauty,

but there also is a stormy destruction

and death in this land. But the

meadows, mountains, and shores

have survived. The lakes have

made room for the running rivers,

and the trees who have strong roots

have survived. The soft sands were

protected by the sand-pebbles, and

the shores by the inclination of land.

It is all a balance, somehow

worked out. Sun-rays slowly melt

back into the land, and the brooks

begin trickhng. There are many

seasons in this land. These are

the seasons of Life. This is the

land of Life.

Diana Denniston


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The curtains of fog open.

In the distance there appears

a honey colored fawn.

Fearlessly he approaches me

hardly disturbing

waking forest.

The last hoot of an

the silent

owl echoes through the pines.

The young deer halts on the

path. A ray of sunlight

lazily yawns its way through

the crowns of the forest kingdom.

Dewdrops shine like jewels

on the emerald pine needles.

Nature's perfume permeates the

crisp air now being stirred by

the West Wind.

There is no distance between

the fawn and me. My small,

warm hands stroke his

golden

velvet. His coat is

soft and he is silent.

He turns facing me.

The large eyes appear as

drops

of molasses.

The day's crown jewels

turned from topaz to opal

and emerald to ruby waiting

to be covered by night's

blanket.

The fawn proudly and

protectively stands his long

vigil beside me while I

lay on a bed of grass

and leaves.

The mouth of day yawns;

in it is the burning red

sphere of life. The yawn

ends as a starry night

covers us with her veil

Diana Denniston

Beatriz Nielsen

I only know that I don't know.

Why?

You told me that it was alright.

In fact I tried to believe you.

But 1 had one of my moments.

I live by a moment and a thought.

I know now another thought.

Smile.

A loner me.

No not lonely, a loner.

Myself.

Smile.

Caught

me.

Caught in myself.

A thought.

Smile.

A moment.

Now.

Wendy Traurig


Nancy M. Jensen


Little girls

grow up

so fast

never looking behind

each new love

outshines the rest

and she never wonders why.

The love she's lost

or just

left behind

will all be forgotten

the time.

given

Eyes so bright

so full of life

it never seems to fail

to see her smile so spread wide

or laughing when all else fails.

This small little girl

will soon grow up

and all along the way

she'll stop to pick her flowers of love

never trying to hide.

Nancy M. Jensen


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Top: Ann Hayes, Emily

Lowndes, Janet Law, Ann

Henritze, Carolyn Ross, Molly

Klinedinst. Middle: Susan

Keller, Eleanor King, Jeanne

Anderson, Jan Greenquist.

Bottom: Mindy MacNeur,

Vicki Edson, Ginny Short.

Absent: Janice Burgess, Gaby

Epstein. Top Right: CLARK

HOUSE COUNCIL Nancy

Jensen, Claire Hamlin, Piper

Roepke, Rin Dorsey, Anne

Jemison. Absent: Nancy

White. Bottom Left: HENSLEY

HOUSE COUNQL Janet Law,

Anne Clark, Amy Stevens,

Jeanne Anderson, MoUy

Klinedinst Absent: Carol

Grisham.


Top: MERRIWEATHER

HOUSE COUNCIL:

Laurie Thompson, Kathy

Studt, Vondilier Dillard,

Alicia Billings, Tina

Teipel.

Absent: Carmen

Cortes. Bottom Left: NEW

DORM HOUSE

COUNCIL Janice Burgess,

Missy Smith, Kathy

Landon. Bottom Right:

BLACK ALLIENCE:

Martha Gibson, La\ern

lackson, lanice Bun;ess.


Top Right: TRAVELERS: Martha Connolly, Marcie Mott, Diane

Smith, Patty Cope, Emily Lowndes, Sue Molster, Heather

Dennis, Laurie Leimbrook, Cissy Baker. Absent: Carolyn Ross.

Top Middle: COLE HOUSE COUNCIL: Top: Gmny Lamp,

Mindy MacNeur, Elaine Mamalis, Kathy Brenneman, Muffin

Whiteside Absent: Ros and Michael Calhoun. Bottom Right:

GOLD KEY: Mindy MacNeur, Sally Carey, Vicki Edson, Molly

Klinedinst, Merrill McManus, Jeanne Anderson, Janet Law,

Claire Hamlin, Sheldon Lykes, Ginny Short, Chop Cholnoky,

Becky Kramer, Julie Gross, Linda Laning. Absent: Amy Berger,

Kathy Studt, Trotter Kavanaugh, Rachael Love, Mary Bryan

Smith, Tina Dorsz, Barbara O'Donnell.


Top Right: DAY

STUDENT OFFICERS:

Trotter Kavanaugh, Diane

Hellmuth, Vicki

Dearborn. Absent: Jenny

Bennewitz, Ellen

Dearborn, Tara Hvisdock.

Bottom Right: BELL

COTE: Top: Sandra

Brown, Margaret Ferry,

Jennifer Weedon, Wendy

Traurig, Claudia Zak.

Bottom: Rachael Love,

Anne Jemison, Nancy

Jensen, Claire Hamlin,

Wendy

Diana Denniston, Boo

Wilson. Absent:

Bodman, Missy Smith,

Molly Klinedinst, Ann

Morgan.


Top Left: SOMERS HOUSE COUNCIL:

Top: Lou HoUowell, Betsy Cesar, Patty

Muldoon. Bottom: Elise Leffler, Diana

Denniston, Else Nissen, Absent:

Merrill McManus. Bottom Left:

SOCIAL LEAGUE: Top: Amie Cohen,

Elise Leffler, Muffin Whiteside, Tina

Teipel, Mollie Lynch, Chop Cholnoky,

Roy Chang. Bottom: Cissy Baker,

Claire Hamlin. Absent: Patricia

Kavanaugh, Carol Grisham, Janice

Burgess. Top Right: INTERNATIONAL

CLUB: Top: Martha Davidson, Sally

Carey, Diana Denniston, Else Nissen,

Muldoon. Bottom:

Ida Giusti, Patty

Susan Keller, Ann Olssen, Guita

Mirsaidi, Beatriz Nielsen. Absent:

Barbara VanDerWee, Ana-Mita

Betancourt, Kathy Brenneman, Ana

Turtianen. Bottom Right: AMES

HOUSE COUNCIL: Marcie Mott,

Mollie Lynch, Sheila Gales, Carter

Wells. Absent: Irma McConnell.


Top: PROGRAM

COORDINATING

COMMITTEE: Rachel

Love, Carter Wells, Else

Nissen, Ginny Lamp,

Missy Smith, Anne

Jemison, Janice Burgess,

Jeannie Anderson.

Absent: Ellen Dearborn,

Deborah Jennings.

Bottom: FRONT PAGE:

Ana-Mita Betancourt,

Irma McConnell, Patti

Muldoon, Abbie

Donahue, Nellie

Duddleson, Emily

Lowndes. Absent:

Diane Kearns, Martha

Davidson, Kar\'

Schulman.


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Kavanaugh, Patti Muldoon, Else Nissen. Absent: Lisa

O'Leary, Viola Morgan, Jestina John, Diane Hellmuth. Top

Right: LEND-A-HAND Tina Dorsz, Trotter Kavanagh

Absent: Kim Smith, Gaby Epstein, Mrs. Pelham, Lisa

Daudon, Justine Doherty, Melissa Garvan, Ida Giusti,

Diane Hellmuth, Irene Rivera, Madelaine Scales, Barbara

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Kathy Landon, Janice Burgess, Marcie Mott, Jewel

Trowers, Cissy Baker. Absent: Kathy Studt, Vicki Edson,

Jane Farrar, Rachel Love, Benita Lucy, Jenny Bennewitz,

Amy Stevens, Alicia Billings.


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Good-bye

when the clock ticks off that final

moment of togetherness and all thoughts must

stream into one spoken word we say good

bye. Does it express

your being such an integral part

the thanks we all feel for

of Mount Ver

non and each one of our lives? Does it express

the fondness that we have grown to feel for

you over the time that we have known you?

Does it bring to mind the talks we had

whether it was in class amidst a deep discus

sion of a novel or poem or, more personal,

when we needed an honest but understanding

person to help with a problem,

it may be?

no matter what

Does it say farewell as in hope your life goes

well, that you may forever be happy, your

dreams be fulfilled and your health remain

well? Does it say you leave but your memories

stay and with them we will grow

into tomor

row, that we send our memories with you,

may they strengthen and comfort you?

say we will miss you, but keep

in touch?

Does it

We hope that it does and so much more for the

time has come and last words must be spoken.

Good-bye

Mrs. Vesser

With All Our Love.

Mrs. Valerie Vesser

Dean of Students


Dear Roy,

/You'll be glad to know that, as of yet, you don't

have rabies. Are you studying hard for your Bar

exams? We all wish you luck. It's probably hard to

study after eating

just sitting around talking tonight

those BIG lobsters! We were all

when we started

thinking about all the crazy things that you have

gotten us into, from the moment you walked into

MVC as an intern, through admissions, and finally

as director of student activities a pretty big

switch for you joining up with all of us women .

guess you had to learn quickly

. .

not to be a male

chauvinist, but that never stopped you from talking

about your fraternity every chance you got. You

guys really helped each other out: two girlfriends at

the same party does present a problem, huh? Most

people would have thought that a being director of

student activities would have cooled you down, but

even though you had less time for your fraternity,

you kept pretty busy here at MVC painting red

does take alot of time. But then our motto is

lights

"turn about is fair play." You helpeci keep

us in

shape with football, volleyball, and skipping races,

while we kept you in shape with late night piggy

back rides from the Pub. Ah yes, our little jock (alias

the blue flash). Speaking of the Pub, wish you were

here to do the hustle with us and to brighten up the

room with your "light" flush. Of course you had to

control yourself during College Weekends your

slides were good, but we're all glad you

went into

law instead of comedy! You're a much better comic

when you don't plan it. Remember the Apple Butter

Festival, the trip to Ocean City, the time you

left us

all waiting in our cars for you and the keys, and

sledding on the cafeteria trays?

Seriously, we miss your master key, your card

garhes, your taxi service, and your late night trips to

Roy Rogers, and although we can always find some

one to take us ice skating, skiing, on field trips, or

to organize trips to Honda and the Virgin Islands,

to us you're much more than this. Where are we

going to find a singing meal partner,

someone to

visit us in the dorms, or a friendly interuption in

the library? We miss you most for these fun times,

but we also realize that without your help and guid

ance, many of our student activities would never

have gotten off the ground. We hope this isn't an

indication of what it's going to be like without you

next year. You've been a great friend to us one

that we'll always remember. We hope

you leave in June

that when

it won't be the last time that we

see you. Our thoughts and best wishes go with you.

Thank you. We miss you.

Love,

Your buddies.

P.S. We won't tell your parents, and by the way,

what time is it in Hawaii?

Mr. Roy Chang

Director of Student Activities


This page is dedicated to everyone who has given

their support and approval, whether actively or si

lently, to the 1975-1976 yearbook. I want to take

this opportunity to thank the Bell Cote Staff for the

loyalty that they have shown throughout the year.

Our expectations were high and everyone did their

best to present a complete record of the year.

A yearbook is really nothing more than words and

pictures, but through these mediums a story

evolves. If this book is capable of making people

smile and remember their own special moments,

then I feel it has been successful. The staff and I

of Mount

have tried to be fair in our representation

Vernon, its ideaology, and the people who live and

work here. If it is not a fair representation, then we

are sorry. We have learned a great deal since we

first began the book; we have met many people,

and hopefully made many

expected

friends. Sometimes we

too much from each other and from our

selves. But looking back, I feel that it has been

worthwhile because we lost nothing

in the en

counter we became aware of ourselves and our

community.

I would like to take this opportunity to thank the

entire staff because without their help this book

would not have been possible. And on behalf of

the staff I would like to thank everyone who

helped us, especially Mrs. Vesser, Chip Lumb, and

John Bailey (our Hunter Publishing Co. representa

tive.)

There has been one person who has contributed

So on

excessive time, energy and moral support.

behalf of the staff I would like to publicly thank

Sandra Brown. Words cannot express the love and

admiration that we all have for her. Sandy has

been both advisor and friend, and without her we

would not have ever been able to formulate our

dreams and eventually see them come true.

Nancy M. Jensen

Editor


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Mr. and Mrs. Edmundo Batlle

Mr. Walter E. Beach

Mr. and Mrs. Carl George Berger

Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Boutell

Miss Sandra C. Brown

Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Browning

Mr. Roy Chang

Mr. and Mrs. Robert P. Colmer Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Rex Conley Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. David D. Conley

Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Dahill

Mr. and Mrs. Alejandro C. Denniston

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Mr. and Mrs. Carl R. Gross

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Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Resnick

Mr. and Mrs. Nat Sandler

Mrs. Stanley J. Sarnoff

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Washington,

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Nassau, Bahamas

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La Gorce Island,

Miami Beach, Fla. 33141

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Charlottesville, Va. 22901

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8103 Cawdor Court

McLean, Va. 22901

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11315 Neelsville Church Road

Germantown, Md. 20767

Heidi Brinig

4206 Beech Avenue

Erie, Penn. 16508

Meris Brooks

1390 Rittenhouse Street N.W.

Washington, D.C. 20011

Robyn Brooks

1408 South Carolina Ave. S.E.

Washington, D.C. 20003

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1510 T Street S.E.

Washington,

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Wildcat Hill Road

Harwinton, Conn. 06790

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5751 Delancy Street

Philadelphia,

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1501 T Street S.E.

Washington,

Penn. 19143

DC. 20020

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Raleigh, N.C. 27609

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3112 N Street N.W.

Washington,

D.C. 20007

Janice Burgess

1609 8th Street N.W.

Washington,

Anne Cabaniss

804 Prince Street

D.C. 20001

Alexandria, Va. 22314

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4737 Devereaux Road

Columbia, S.C. 29205

Connie Calomiris

7020 Wyndale Street N.W,

Washington,

Elena Camacho

D.C. 20015

8508 Meadowlark Road

Bethesda, Md. 20034

Lizanne Campbell

470] Kenmore Avenue

Alexandria, Va. 22304

Alice Canale

4784 Fleet Grove Lane

Memphis,

Tenn. 38T17

Reni'o Carmody

255 f't>i"e.st Avenue

Shreveporf,

La. 71104

Catherine Canoll

1008 Mississippi Avenue

D.ivonport, la. .S2803

Joanne Carson

3035 Chain Bridge Road N.W.

D.C. 20007

Washington,

Sarah Cary

901 6th Street S.W.

Washington, D.C. 20024

Stella C.iwley

9800 La Duke Drive

Kensington,

Md. 20795

Marianne Chaconas

6451 Queen Anne Terrace

Falls Church, Va. 22044

Piyanart Chansue

258 Soi-Srinakorn

Linchee Road

Bangkok, Thailand

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5711 Eliot Court #270

Alexandria, Va. 22311

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100 Old Church Road

Greenwich, Conn. 06830

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116 New Street

New Brunswick, N.J. 08901

Joan Clarke

4504 Boxwood Road

Bethesda, Md. 20016

Valerie Cleary

Tower Hill Road

Tuxedo Park, N.Y. 10987

Jessie Close

2716 Wisconsin Avenue N.W.

Washington,

Arnold Cohen

D.C, 20008

4817 36th Street N.W.

Washington,

D.C, 20008

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261 Wakefield Drive

Memphis,

Ruth Colmer

Tenn. 38117

47 Goodway Lane

Memphis, Tenn. 38117

Laura Conley

248 West Brow

Lookout Mountain, Tenn, 37350

Ann Connell

Seamans Road, P.O. Box 91

New London, N.H. 03257

Mary Conway

3809 49th Street

Washington,

D.C. 20016

Patricia Cope

3503 Prince William Drive

Fairfax, Va. 22030

EUyn Corley

1805 Catalina Drive

Fort Worth, Tex. 76101

Virginia Cox

3915 Knoll wood Drive

Birmingham,

Ala. 35243

Robyn Crabtree

254 Cedar Lane

Vienna, Va. 22180

Susan Cramer

Quarters B. U.S. Naval Observ,

Washington, D,C. 20390

Peggy Cross

130 Somerset Lane

Spartanburg, S.C. 29302

Nydia Cruz

5603 Jordan Road

Bethesda, Md, 20016

Julie Cunningham

23 Salisbury Lane

Malvern, Penn. 19355

Carlene Dahill

15 Fulton Place

West Hartford, Conn. 06107

Lisa Daudon

10 Haslet Way

Wilmington, Del. 19807

Martha Davidson

707 Royal Plaza Drive

Fort Lauderdale, Fla. 33301

Pamela Davis

4805 Blagden Avenue N.W,

DC, 20011

Washington,

Vita Davis

3107 75th Avenue

Landover, Md, 20785

Ellen Dearborn

6226 N. 27th Street

Arlington,

Va. 22207

Victoria Dearborn

261 Fort William Parkway

Alexandria, Va. 22304

Amy Decker

1932 Kennedy Drive

McLean, Va. 22101

Aida Delgado

Benito Moncion #8

Santo Domingo, Dom. Rep.

Marion Del Prior

R.D. #2

East Stroudsberg, Penn. 18301

Heather Dennis

2945 South Whiting Way

Denver, Colo. 80231

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Cerrada de Corregidores 116

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408 Edward Place

Mamaroncck, NY, 10.543

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Wynn Lane

Greenwich, Conn. 06830

Lisa Diggs

2921 7th Street S.E.

Washington,

Vondilier Dillard

D.C, 20032

108 Tuckerman Street N.W.

Washington,

Tereza Dimitriou

DC, 20001

1825 24th Street N.W,

Washington,

Justine Doherty

27 Park Avenue

D.C. 20008

Rumson, New Jersey 07760

Abigail Donahue

52 Belmont Avenue

Lowell, Mass. 01852

Suzanne Donahue

3338 O Street N.W,

Washington, DC, 20007

Ellen Doolin

1629 Courtland Road

Alexandria, Va

Bernadette Doree

3112 N Street N,W,

Washington, D,C. 20007

Corinne Dorsey

50 1 Charles Street Avenue

Towson, Md, 21204

Tina Dorsz

3040 Foxhall Road N.W,

Washington,

D.C, 20007

Meg Dove

3545 Quebec Street N,VV,

Washington,

Heather Downer

Wardman Tower

DC. 20016

Woodley and Connecticut Aves.

Washington, DC. 20008

Mary Dnsdale

1921 24th Street N.W,

Washington. DC. 20008

Peggy Drv'sdale

1921 24th Street N.W,

Washington. DC, 20008

Helen Duddleson

5419 Waneta Road

Washington,

D.C. 20016

Frances Duffy

Route #2 Tvy Point"

Charlottesville, Va, 22901

Ann Dunsford

145 River Road

Orange Park, Fla 32073

Krista Eaton

11607 Hunter's Green Court

Reston, Va, 22091

Vicki Edson

669 Richards Road

Wayne,

Penn, 19087

Christine Elliott

2123 Alameda Avenue

Orlando, Fla, 32804

Darrin Ellis

Cardinal, Va, 23025

Jacqueline Engel

45 Barnsdale Road

Short Hills, N,J. 07078

Karen Engelsted

96 William Street

Worcester, Mass, 01609

Gabriela Epstein

6029 Onondaga Road

Washington,

D.C. 20016

Laura Eynon

Oakridge Lane

Chevy Chase, Md, 20015

Elizabeth Fanning

1 Hickory Hills

Bettcndorf, la, 52722

Marianne Farnsworth

2464 Roodwood Court West

Cincinnati, Ohio 45028

Jane Farrar

401 Delgado Place

Sante Fe, N.M. 87501

Blair Ferguson

4332 Longfellow Street

Jacksonville, Fla, 32210

Margaret Ferry

21828 Avalon

Rocky River, Ohio 44116

Susan Fife

1506 Highwood Drive

Arlington,

Frances Firth

Beauvoir

Va, 22207

Trappe, Md, 21673

Cynthia Fisher

4012 Montpelier Road

Rockville, Md, 20853

Karen Fitzgerald

4522 Brandywine Street

Washington,

D.C. 20016

Cathy Foedisch

938 Crefeld Avenue

Ekiins Park, Penn. 19117

Eileen Forest

912 N. Columbus Street

Alexandria, Va. 22314

Susan Ford

1600 Pennsylvania Avenue

Washington,

D.C. 20500

Mary Margaret Foster

1111 Hammell Road

Greensboro, N.C, 27408

Kim Fracaro

North Elm Street

Canaan, Conn, 06018

Adair Frayser

Beaufort Farm, Route 1 Box

Manakin Sabot, Va. 23103

Vicki Frazier

11001 Georgetown Pike

Great Falls, Va. 22066

Gail Freeman

619 UpLind Place

Alexandria, Va. 22301

Sheila Gales

2240 Cassell

Augusta,

Ga, 30996

Jan Gandal

7620 Lynn Drive

Chevy Chase, Md, 20015

Melissa Garvan

35 Montgomery Drive

Spartanburg,

S.C, 29301

Kimberly Gaul

144 Reading Boulevard

Wyomissing,

Cynthia Geddes

9011 River Road

Penn. 19610

Potomac, Md, 20854

Mary Genet

Liberty Hill Farm

Natural Bridge, Va, 24.578

Jane Genette

1489 Goodbar

Memphis,

Tenn, 38104


Beth Geoghegan

9612 Accord Drive

Potomac, Md, 20854

Susan Gerrish

9915 East Bexhill Drive

Kensington,

Idamarie Giusti

Md, 20795

4712 Massachusetts Avenue N,W,

Washington,

D.C, 20016

Nancy Glass

3701 Connecticut Avenue N.W,

Washington,

D,C, 20008

Sally Goldman

1737 S Street N,W,

Washington,

D,C, 20009

Kathy Goldsmith

6190 Aberdeen Drive

Atlanta, Ga, 30328

Leslie Goller

5803 Aberdeen Road

Bethesda, Md, 20034

Eugenia Gorham

901 K Street N,W.

Washington, DC,

Susan Gray

1507 Belle Haven Road

Alexandria, Va, 22307

Lauren Greco

8603 Chevil Road

Lanham, Md, 20801

Deborah Green

21 St, James Avenue

Holyoke,

Mass. 01040

Jan Greenquist

6104 Juneberry Court

Alexandria, Va. 22310

Nancy Griffith

23 W. Andrews Drive

Atlanta, Ga. 30305

Leslie Grindberg

35.59 Hamlet Place

Chevy Chase, Md. 20015

Carol Grisham

5645 Bayou Glen

Houston, Tex. 77027

Jennifer Gross

919 N. 32nd Street

Allentown, Penn. 18104

Julia Ann Gross

850 Old Creek Trail

Atlanta, Ga. 30328

Johanna Grunden

Route 5, Box 220

Easton, Md. 21601

Beatriz Gutierrez

5504 Surrey Street

Chevy Chase, Md. 20015

Dorina Gutierrez

4635 Ashby Street N.W.

Washington,

DC. 20007

Holly Haeringer

9305 Renshaw Drive

Bethesda, Md. 20034

Alice Halsema

4701 Berkeley Terrace N.W,

Washington, D.C. 20007

Linda Hamilton

538 Epping Forest Road

Annapolis, Md, 21404

Claire Hamlin

2213 Ridgewood Road

Akron, Ohio 44313

Lee Hanley

310 Tarrytown Drive

Richmond, Va, 23229

Patricia Harrell

6424 Woodville Drive

Falls Church, Va, 22044

Leslie Hartley

21 Fessenden Road

Barrington,

Anna Hayes

R.D. #1

R.I. 02860

Belleville, Penn, 17004

Ann Haynes

1340 Merrie Ridge Road

McLean, Va, 22101

Frances Hazeley

4821 Colorado Avenue N,W,

Washington,

Ellen Heath

R.D. #6

D,C. 20011

Danville, Penn. 17821

Erika Heden

5112 Watson Street N.W.

Washington, D.C. 20015

Teresa Helland

110 Geneseo Road

San Antonio, Tex. 78209

Leslie Hellier

Cedar Road

West Mystic, Conn. 06388

Diane Hellmuth

6641 Wakefield Drive

Alexandria, Va. 22307

Barbro Henrickson

4801 Dexter Terrace N.W.

Washington,

Ann Henritze

DC. 20007

4623 Club Circle N,E,

Atlanta, Ga, 30319

Theresa Hicks

2580 Country Club Circle

Birmingham,

Ala, 35223

Merry Highby

1503 Potomac Heights Drive

Oxon Hill, Md. 20022

Emma Hill

3407 Prospect Street

Houston, Tex. 77004

Susan Hirt

Loyalhannon,

Ligonior,

Box 20, R.D. #4

Penn. 15658

Martha Hoddinott

11700 Young Manor Drive

Midlothian, Va. 23113

Jessica Holden

24 Coleman Road

Galastonbur>',

Lou Hollowell

Conn, 06033

4745 River Shore Drive

Portsmouth, Va. 23703

Heidi Holmes

1515 Middle River Drive

Fort Lauderdale, Fla. 33304

Terry

Ann Holmes

2556 N. Vermont Street

Arlington,

Va, 22207

Elizabeth Holsinger

1532 Mulberry Road

Martinsville, Va, 24112

Kathryn Hooper

137 Penham Lane

Pittsburgh,

Maureen Horan

69 Hillcrest Drive

Penn. 15208

Upper Saddle River, N,J, 07458

Scot Hoyt

4628 Reservoir Road N.W,

Washington,

Mary

D.C. 20007

Paull Hubbard

R.D. #4, Box 152

Wheeling,

W.Va. 26003


Margaret Hudak

10819 Madison Street

Kensington,

Md. 20795

Tara Ann Hvisdoch

3713 N. Nellie Custis Drive

Arlington,

Susan Isom

Va, 22207

2121 P Street N,W.

Washington, DC.

Sally Israel

3860 Forest Glen

Birmingham,

Ala. 35213

Tracy Ives

3647 Belmont Road

Birmingham,

Lavern Jackson

7914 Donelson

Ala. 35210

Alexandria, Va. 22309

Gael Jacques

3206 Wisconsin Avenue N.W.

Washington,

Anne Jemison

DC, 20016

4008 Old Leeds Circle

Birmingham,

Nancy Jenkins

2200 Reaney Road

Ala, 35213

Lakeland, Fla. 33803

Deborah Jennings

516 Riggs Road N.E.

Washington,

Nancy Jensen

3613 Del Noret

Temple,

D.C. 20011

Texas 76501

Jestina John

3646 Alton Place N.W.

Washington, D.C. 20008

Felicia Johnson

412 Third Street N.E.

Washington,

DC. 20002

Elizabeth Johnson

2449 Pickwick Road

Baltimore, Md, 21207

Lavinia Johnston

Bendabout Farms

McDonald, Tenn. 37353

Elizabeth Jones

7813 Overbrook Road

Baltimore, Md. 21204

Brien Jordan

801 West 57th Street

Kansas City, Missouri 64113

Janet Jordan

4 Huntington Road

Garden City, N.Y. 11530

Vanja Jordan

6002 Balsam Drive

McLean, Va. 22001

Leslie Kalbermatten

3630 Garfield Street N.W.

Washington,

DC. 20007

Ann Kampelman

3154 Highland Place N.W.

Washington,

Renee Karol

D.C. 20008

309 E. Washington Avenue

Wildwood Crest, N.J. 08260

Gail Kauranen

73 Sassamon Avenue

Milton, Mass. 02186

Patricia Kavanagh

4112 37th Street N.W.

Washington,

Diane Kearns

DC. 20016

27 Woodridge Drive

Manchester, Me. 04351

Elise Keller

8604 Wagon Wheel Road

Alexandria, Va. 22309

Susan Keller

P.O. Box 216

Springfield Center, N.Y. 13468

Christina Kelley

10550 Great Falls Road

Potomac, Md. 20854

Barbara Kelly

226 76th Street

Brooklyn, N.Y. 11209

Alicia Khadduri

5526 Westbard Avenue

Bethesda, Md. 20016

Cathy King

13622 Pennsboro Drive

Chantilly,

Va, 22021

Eleanor King

100 Robin Road

Weston, Mass, 02193

Molly Klinedinst

2531 Observatory Avenue

Cincinnati, Ohio 45208

Sheila Kober

10814 Hobnail Court

Potomac, Md, 20854

Joyce Koech

P.O. Box #322

Kericho, Kenya

Rebecca Kramer

2207 Avondale Street

Wichita Falls, Tex. 76308

Carola Krieger

5016 Saltan Road

Bethesda, Md. 20016

Marcela Krieger

5016 Baltan Road

Bethesda, Md. 20016

Cindy Kuhn

49 Colonial Village Road

Rochester, NY. 14625

Judith Kulick

4929 Butterworth Place, N.W.

Washington,

D.C. 20016

Marta Labarraque

4332 50th Street N.W.

Washington,

D.C. 20016

Karla Lacayo

Avenue Las Palmas 260

Col San Benito

San Salvador, El Salvador, C.A.

Virginia Lamp

42 Ginger Woods Road

Valley,

Neb. 68064

Kathleen Landon

9125 S.W. 77th Avenue

Miami, Fla. 33156

Linda Laning

130 Temple Street

West Newton, Mass. 02165

Betty Laughlin

1200 North Nash Street

Arlington,

Frances Leavitt

Box 32

Spencer,

Minh-Thu Le

Va. 22209

Va. 24165

1930 Columbia Road N.W.

Washington, D.C. 20009

Jisoo Lee

9813 Conestoga Way

Potomac, Md, 20854

Elise Leffler

1535 Carr Avenue

Memphis, Tenn. 38104

Laurie Leimbrook

5308 Wilson Lane

Bethesda, Md. 20014


Kathy Lewis

2795 N, Quebec Street

Arlington,

Va. 22207

Anne Lindeman

3403 Westledge Circle

Austin, Tex. 78731

Midge Lippmann

7128 Fairfax Road

Bethesda, Md, 20014

Ana Maria Lopez

Pje#3 Casa #124,

Col La Esperanza

San Salvador, El Salvador, C,A,

Rachel Love

41 Baldwin Farms North

Greenwich, Conn. 06830

Louise Lovett

1505 Vermont Avenue N.W.

Washington,

D.C. 20005

Emily Lowndes

Ercildoune, Point Shares

Pembroke, Bermuda

Sharon Lucas

R.F.D. Fordham Road

Essex, Conn, 06426

Benita Lucy

1831 Sudbury

Washington,

Lane N.W.

D.C, 20012

Sheldon Lykes

604 Hector Avenue

Metairie, La, 70005

Kathy Lyman

1550 North State Parkway

Chicago,

111, 60610

Kathleen Lynch

2060 N, Vermont Street

Arlington,

Va. 22207

Mollie Lynch

813 Augusta Road

Wilmington, Del, 19807

Pamela Lynch

5215 Portsmouth Road

Washington, D.C, 20016

Susan Lynch

2707 South Iv.-i Sheet

Arlington,

\ ,i. 2221)2

Sarah Lyon

260 Highland Road

Rye,

N.Y, 10.580

Marion Lyons

7130 Gilbert Street

Shreveport,

La. 71106

Elizabeth MacCauley

2501 49th Street N.W.

Washington,

D.C. 20007

Cathy MacDonald

369 E. Center Street

West Bridgewater, Mass. 02379

Mindy MacNeur

West Road

Manchester Center, Vt. 05255

Martha McFarland

7400 Lakeland Drive

Bethesda, Md, 20034

Kathleen McGrath

5707 Newington Road

Washington, D.C, 20016

Leigh Mclntyre

105 Old Chester Road

Essex Falls, N.J. 07021

Merill McManus

1506 Edgedale Road

Greensboro, N.C, 27408

Jenny McNeil

3723 T Street N.W.

Washington,

Blanche McWane

D.C, 20007

1940 Parkland Drive

Lynchburg,

Va, 24.503

Candace Madigan

1572 Forest Villa Road

McLean, Va, 22101

Elaine Mamalis

524 B Street

Rock Springs, Wy, 82901

Diane Mancuso

135-23 115th Street

South Ozone Park, NY. 11420

Cindy Mansfield

8920 Brook Road

McLean, Va. 22101

Karen Marrero

8041 Portwood Turn

Manassas, Va. 22110

Sharon Marshall

Baron Court, Richmond Gap

St. Michael, Barbados, W. Indies

Cynthia Martin

3602 East West Highway

Chevy Chase, Md. 20015

Suzanne Martin

Old Whitewood

The Plains, Va.

Maritza Matos

1219 .North Quinn Street

Arlington,

Va. 22209

Deborah Maxwell

3616 Connecticut Ave. N.W.

Washington, DC. 20008

Margaret Maxwell

19 McCosh Circle

Princeton, N.J. 08540

Nina Mayer

75 Mohawk Avenue

Norwood, N.J. 07648

Michelle Meenehan

2928 Ellicott Terrace

Washington,

Eileen Melehan

D.C. 20008

91 Fox Hedge Road

Saddle River, N.J, 07458

Michaelle Melton

848 Lakeside Drive

North Palm Beach, Fla. 33408

Sandra Melton

848 Lakeside Drive

North Palm Beach, Fla. 33408

Susan Merkel

3010 Wisconsin Ave. N.W.

Washington,

Joan Mezines

DC, 20016

4402 Chalfont Place

Washington,

DC, 20016

Martha Middagh

4600 Conncticut Ave. N.W.

Washington,

Julie Miller

8912 Belmart Road

DC. 20008

Potomac, Md. 20854

Susan Miller

2024 Riverdale Road

Germantown, Tenn. 38138

Guita Mirsaidi

4007 Yarmouth Lane

Bowie, Md. 20715

Carol Mitchell

15 Buena Vista Street

Stamford, Conn. 06907

Maryam Mobasser

775 Khivabane Pahlavi

Yousefabad 15, Teheran, Iran

Susan Molster

19201 Seneca Ridge Road

Gaithersburg,

Md. 20760


Cynthia Moore

365 Westminster Street

Houston, Tex. 77024

Dorothy Moore

Bells Lane

Staunton, Va. 24401

Ann Morgan

3121 Brookwood Road

Birmingham, Ala. 35223

Roberta Moriarty

55 Riverview Terrace

Springfield,

Viola Morgan

15 Syke Street

Mass. 01108

Freetown, Sierre Leone

Carolyn Mortensen

77 Avalon Drive

Colonia, N,]. 07067

Lisa Mosbacher

405 W. Friar Tuck

Houston, Tex. 77024

Sharon Mosby

715 13th Street, S.E.

Washington,

D.C. 20010

Courtenay Moter

1715 Highland Road

Fredericksburg,

Marcie Mott

Buck Mountain Road

Crozet, Va. 22932

Patricia Muldoon

4.306 Mendenhall

Dallas, Texas 75234

Michelle Munson

P.O. Box 984

Va. 22401

Montreat, N.C. 28757

Alice Myers

Swift Creek Lane

Colonial Heights, Va. 23834

Sara Myers

345 E. 68th Street

New York, New York 10021

Kim Nardi

Dunham Road

Wayne,

111. 60184

Mary Nelson

1620 Davidson Road

McLean, Va. 22101

Jean Newman

11 Oak Road

Salisbury,

Beatriz Nielsen

N.C. 28144

Av. San Juan Bosco

Altamira, Caracas 106, Venezuala

Lisa Nilles

3119 N. Street N.W.

Washington,

Else Nissen

DC, 20007

Hatlestad Terasse 62

5050 Nesttun, Norway

Susan Morris

4872 Chevy Chase Blvd.

Chevy Chase, Md. 20015

Christine O'Connor

1405 Kyneton Road

Villanova, Penn. 19085

Lauren O'Dell

424 West Brow

Lookout Mountain, Tenn. 37350

Barbara O'Donnell

3865 Rutherford Street

Harrisburg,

Pa. 17111

Lisa O'Leary

8308 Cherry Valley Lane

Alexandria, Va, 22309

Ebeth Olsen

Willowledge Farm

Haywood, Va. 22722

Sarah Olsen

2119 Bancroft Place N.W.

Washington,

Ann 01s.son

DC. 20008

Savenasgatan 4

12242 Enskade, Sweden

Annette Osborne

6040 14th Street N.W,

Washington,

Patricia Owens

D.C. 20011

1121 Cherokee Trail

Martinsbille, Va, 24112

Arlene Parella

8311 Grandhaven Avenue

Upper Marlboro, Md. 20870

Sarah Parker

2429 California Street N.W,

Washington,

DC, 20008

Dormalia Pasos

Box 40, Avenida Cuadra Pasos

Granada, Nicaragua

Lillian Pearsall

760 Jefferson Avenue

Brooklyn,

Carmen Pena

N > 1 I2.\^

358 James Street

Falls Church, Va. 22046

Sally Pennell

371 Heywood Avenue

Spartanburg,

Leanne Pfautz

440 Bair Road

Berwyn,

S.C, 29302

Penn, 19312

Susan Pfefferkorn

333 Pine Valley Road

Winston-Salem, N.C. 27104

Kim Powell

1854 Elizabeth Place

Jacksonville, Fla. 32205

Krista Randall

32 Ellwood Avenue

Mount Vernon, N.Y. 10552

Laura Randall

5135 Green Tree Road

Houston, Tex. 77027

Maria Rangel

46 Praca Ataufo, Leblon

Rio de Janiero, G,B, Brazil

Bethenia Rather

1900 Exposition Blvd.

Austin, Tex. 78703

Ann Reilly

5905 Marengo Road

Washington,

D.C, 20016

Judith Repetti

5401 Blackistone Road

Bethesda, Md, 20015

Irene Rivera

400 Hudson Avenue

Takoma Park, Md. 20012

Pam Rizzoli

6100 Kennedy Drive

Chevy Chase, Md, 20015

Neisa Roca

4600 Conneticut Avenue N,W.

Washington,

D.C. 20008


Piper Roepke

415 El Arroya Road

Hillsborough,

Carolyn Ross

P.O. Box 837

Cal. 94010

Sedona, Arizona 86336

Debbie Rotwein

6605 Tulip Hill Terrace

Washington,

Marca Rowley

519 Brookwood

D.C. 20016

Fontana, Wisconsin 53125

Deborah Rubin

6808 Greyswood Road

Bethesda, Md. 20034

Antonia Ruiz

3070 Foxhall Road N.W.

Washington,

D.C. 20016

Randy Sacks

5413 Blackistone Road

Washington,

Anne Sailer

D.C. 20016

2700 Upton Street N.W.

Washington,

Patricia Salmon

D.C, 20008

521 Auburn Avenue

Wyndmoor,

Robin Sandler

Pa. 19118

3489 Riverly Road N.W.

Atlanta, Ga, 30327

Madeleine Scales

241 E. Beckwith

Missoula, Montana 59801

Amy Schaeffer

820 Hickory Withe Road

Eads, Tenn. 38028

Susan Scheldt

54 S. White Station Road

Memphis, Tenn, 38117

Linda Schneider

102 Sturbridge Road

Clark's Summit, Pa^ 18411

Sylvia Schulte

633 Oak Springs Lane

Santa Barbara, Cal. 93108

Maiy Ann Schwalb

8804 Walnut Hill Road

Chevy Chase, Md. 10015

Andrea Seals

518 Dixwell Road

New Haven, Conn. 06511

Andrea Sears

1712 21st Road North

Arlington,

Louise Sewell

Va. 22209

44 Country Club Road

Ala. 35213

Birmingham,

Judy Shepherd

1403 Orren Street N.E.

Washington,

D.C. 20002

Marie Sesay

1633 16th Street N.W.

Washington,

Dianne Sherman

2670 Qover Street

D.C. 20009

Pittsford, N.Y, 14534

Hyung-in Shin

3301 New Mexico Ave. N.W.

Washington,

Janis Shipe

9737 Corral Drive

DC, 20016

Potomac, Md, 20854

Ann Shipman

Route #2

Dyersburg,

Virginia Short

Drawer 7

Tenn, 38024

Beattyville, Ky, 41311

Sarah Shutt

4340 Cedarlake Court

Alexandria, Va, 22309

Pam Sidella

4303 Planters Court

Annandale, Va, 22003

Adelaide Smith

3040 Idaho Avenue N,W,

Washington,

Diane Smith

D.C. 20007

Koohn Road R.D. 3, Box 133

Kennett Square, Pa. 19348

Elise Smith

27 New Street

Charleston, S.C. 29401

Kim Smith

1102 Bayliss Drive

Alexandria, Va. 22302

Martha Smith

3100 E. Pine VaUey Road

Atlanta, Ga. 30305

Mary Bryan Smith

210 Irving Place

Greensboro, N.C. 27408

Melyssa Smith

2144 Fordway Drive

Toledo, Ohio 43606

Cabell Smith

1304 Trinity Drive

Alexandria, Va. 22314

Susan Smith

152 Longview Drive

Longmeadow,

Desiree Solorano

Mass. 01106

110 ma. Calle SO. #304

Managua, Nicaragua

Tracy Spafford

6 Sunset Circle

Charlottesville, Va. 22901

Elizabeth Sprague

333 East 44th Street

Savannah, Ga 31405

Ann Staak

8 Roberts Avenue

Davenport,

Iowa 52803

Lundy Stechschulte

717 Pinoak Road

Pittsburgh,

Pa. 15243

Cynthia Steele

9313 Boothe Street

Alexandria, Va. 22309

Amy Stevens

876 Washington Street

Gloucester, Mass. 01920

Ellen Stolfa

89 South Street

Cary,

Dl. 60013

Beverly Stoney

124 Tradd Street

Charleston, S.C. 29401

Teresa Strati

4601 N. 41st Street

Arlington, Va. 22207

Barbara Strong

4927 MacArthur Blvd. N.W.

Washington,

DC. 20007


Kathy Studt

3818 Jenifer Street N.W,

Washington,

Tracie Sullivan

D.C. 20015

2120 Minnesota Ave., S.E.

Washington,

D.C. 20020

Mary Szelewa

479 Prospect Street

South Orange, N.J. 07079

Lily Tackaberry

24 Capron Street

Fort Bragg, N.C. 28307

Cristina Talavera

9609 Falls Bridge Lane

Potomac, Md. 20854

Lisa Taylor

3756 McKinley Street, N.W.

Washington, DC, 20015

Tina Teipel

Box 15149

Honolulu, Hawaii

Paula Thomas

808 Timber Branch Parkway

Alexandria, Va. 22302

Laurie Thompson

Box 43.52

St. Thomas, Virgin Islands

Dyhann Munroc Thompson

P.O. Box N 402

Nassau, Bahamas

Sheldon Tompkins

East Point Lane

Old Greenwich, Conn. 06870

Wendy Traurig

721 Saldano Avenue

Coral Gables, Fla. .33143

Jewel Trowers

8 Long Hill Road

Waterbury, Conn. 06704

Elizabeth Tuomey

10,001 Kentsdale Drive

Potomac, Md, 20854

Theo Tuomey

10,001 Kentsdale Drive

Potomac, Md 20854

Anna Turtiainen

13^00 Pekola

Hameelinna. Finland

Ellen Upton

208 N. Pitt Street

Alexandria, Va. 22314

Barbara Van Der Wee

Meulestraat 2

2778 St. Pauwels, Belgium

Alison Van Metre

1344 30th Street N.W.

Washington, D.C. 20007

Charucian Varasri

7002 Clarendon Road

Bethesda, Md. 20014

Astrid Vent

136 Grafton Street

Chevy Chase, Md. 20015

Ann Wagner

4445 South Dakota Ave. N.E.

Washington,

Patricia Walton

DC. 20017

1259 Meigs Place N.E. #4

DC, 20002

Washington,

Anne Ward

23199 Shaker Blvd

Qeveland, Ohio 44122

Elizabeth Ware

3 Dusenberry Road

Bronxville, N,Y, 10708

Judy Washburn

1017 Saville Lane

McLean, Va, 22101

Anne Watlington

300 Ridge Road, #27 Westham G

Richmond, Va, 23229

Barbara Watt

2514 Trophy Lane

Reston, Va. 22091

Jennifer Weedon

60 Sears Rd.

Southborough,

Linda Wehe

1628 21st Street N,W.

'

Mass, 01772

Washington, D.C. 20009

Leslie Weil

5944 Royal Crest

Dallas, Tex. 75230

Carter Wells

120 Fairy Trail

Lookout Mtn., Tenn. 37350

Carolyn Wentling

655 Oak Hill Lane

Greenburg,

Eileen Werner

Pa. 15601

45.57 Windsor Lane

Bethesda, Md. 20015

Mary Weston

126 Brookdale Drive

Crestwood, N.Y. 10710

Muffin Whiteside

7808 Cobden Road

Philadelphia,

Pa. 19118

Cathy Widdicombe

4171 Walnut Grove Road

Memphis,

Louise Wilcox

Tenn. 38117

248 W. Andrews Drive N.W.

Atlanta, Ga. 30305

PrisciUa Williams

3636 16th Street N.W. #A640

Washington,

DC. 20010

Wendy Wilson

894 S. Lincoln Ave.

Salem, Ohio 44460

Peggy Wilton

R.F.D. #3, River Road

Richmond, Va. 23233

Ashley Wright

3489 Ridgewood Road N.W.

Atlanta, Ga. 30327

Barbara Wright

n 1274 Delafield Place N.E.

Washington,

D.C. 20017

Pam Wynn

4345 22nd Street N.W.

Canton, Ohio 44708

Lynette Young

4200 Ridgewood Avenue

Baltimore, Md. 21215

Marjorie Young

73 Westover Terrace

Fort Worth, Tex. 76107

Qaudia Zak

8204 E. Blvd. Drive

Alexandria, Va. 22308

Carol Ziegler

17812 Princess Anne Drive

Olney,

Md. 20832


Ms. Catherine AUen

3013 O Street N.W.

Washington,

DC. 20007

Mrs. Chris Andrews

317 N, St. Asaph Street

Alexandria, Va. 22314

Mrs. Janice Beam

2222 King Place N.W.

Washington,

DC. 20007

Jan Beeching-Pieper

1022 Strout Street

Silver Springs, Md. 20901

Mrs. Hanita Blumfield

2821 28th Street N.W.

Washington,

D.C. 20007

Mrs. Deborah Both

2826 27th Street N.W.

Washington,

D.C, 20008

Ms. Helen Boyden

2100 FoxhaU Road N.W,

Washington,

Ellen Breem

D,C. 20007

3823 Rodman Street N,W,

Washington,

Ms. Sandra Brown

DC, 20016

4201 Massachusetts Ave.

Washington,

D.C 20016

Mrs, Jacqueline Buhrman

4433 Burlington Place N.W,

DC, 20016

Washington,

Ms, Jean Burdette

320 East Nelson Ave, #A1

Alexandria, Va. 22301

Michael Calhoun

2100 Foxhall Road N.W.

Washington,

D.C. 20007

Mrs. Rosalyn Calhoun

2100 FoxhaU Road N.W.

Washington, DC. 20007

Maria F. Carroll

4820 Reservoir Road N.W.

Washington, DC. 20007

Dr. Dennis Cesar

2100 Foxhall Road N.W.

Washington, D.C. 20007

Mrs. Elizabeth Cesar

2100 Foxhall Road N.W.

Washington,

D.C. 20007

Roy Chang

2100 FoxhaU Road N.W.

Washington,

D.C. 20007

Ms. Pamela Clayton

31 East Rosemont Ave.

Alexandria, Va. 22301

Arnie Cohen

4817 36th Street

Washington, D.C. 20007

Frank Combs

6518 Darby Lane

Springfield,

Va. 22150

Mrs. Martha ConnoUy

10607 Norman Avenue

Fairfax, Va. 22030

Ms. Mary S. Copeland

4201 Massachusetts Avenue

Washington, DC, 20016

Audrey Rowe Colom

S.E. #921

2300 Good Hope

DC, 20020

Washington,

Dr, Carmen Cortes

2100 Foxhall Road N.W.

Washington,

DC. 20007

Ms. Jacqueline Davenport

1722 North Quinn #103

Arlington, Va. 22209

Mrs, Eleni Demetriou

2848 28th Street N,W,

Washington,

DC, 20008

Mr. WiUiam J. Eckeri Jr.

1517 Elliot Place N.W.

Washington,

D.C, 20007

Mrs. Lucile Judge Firey

1029 31st Street N.W.

Washington,

D.C. 20007

Dr. Geneva Folsom

11630 Mediterranean Court

Reston, Va. 22070

Ms. Amy Green

3304 Prospect Street N.W.

D.C. 20007

Washington,

Mrs. Jennifer Hantho

3100 Connetticut Ave. Apt. 313

Washington,

Richard Harteis

DC. 20008

1922 North Vietch Street

Arlington,

Va. 22201

Mrs. Julia D. Heflin

1727 19th Street N.W.

Washington,

D.C. 20009

Mrs, Jane D, Highsaw

4601 Drummond Avenue

Chevy Chase, M.D. 20015

Mrs. Mary Hochman

6604 81st Street

Cabin John, Md. 20034

Ms. Janet Hollack

3340 Huntley Square

Temple HiUs, Md. 20031

Mary Hoyt

2801 New Mexico Ave. N.W.

Washington,

D.C. 20007

Mrs. Ann D. Howard

4209 37th Street N.W.

Washington,

D.C. 20007

Murray Howard

501 Cameron Street Apt. 1

Alexandria, Va. 22314

Ms. Gail Hutchins

2225 38th Street N.W.

Washington, D.C, 20007

Leslie Jacobson

4201 Lee Highway

Arlington, Va, 22207

Mr, William A, Jewett

1911 Kenbar Court

McLean, Va, 22101

Mrs, Mary Kasamatsu

4009 64th Street

Brookmont, Md, 20016

Mrs. Eleanore Knap

1429 Woodacre Drive

McLean, Va. 22101

Mildred Lamm

2111 Jefferson Davis Hwy.

Va. 22202

Arlington,


Mrs. Emily S. Lampert

8500 Hempstead Avenue

Bethesda, Md. 20034

Ms. Janet Law

2100 Foxhall Road, N.W,

Washington,

D,C, 20007

Dr, Margaret Lerche

6830 Lemon Road

McLean, Va, 22101

Jane Lillydahl

2136 Pennsylvania Avenue N.W.

Washington, D.C. 20037

Mrs. Nicole Long

5804 Wiltshire Drive

Washington,

D.C, 20016

George Lumb

2100 Foxhall Road N.W.

Washington,

Sandra Mason

D.C, 20007

2651 16th St, N,W, #111

Washington, D,C,

Mrs. Dianne Mathewson

3001 Branch Avenue S.E.

Suitland, Md, 20023

Nancy McDonough

7017 Woftree Lane

Rockville, Md, 20852

Mrs. Veronica McLaughlin

7019 Statendam Court

McLean, Va, 22101

Mrs. Mary W. McMahon

10500 Rockville Pike G20

RockviUe, Md. 20852

Mrs. Sherry McMahon

1014 E. Capitol St. N.W.

Washington, D.C. 20003

Mr, W, Thomas McMahon

5205 Hampden Lane

Bethesda, Md, 20014

Mrs, Doris V, McNeil

3723 T Street N,W.

Washington,

Don Meserve

D,C, 20007

13816 Castle Blvd, #201

Silver Springs,

Md, 20904

Susan Mols

3304 Prospect St, N W.

D,C, 20007

Washington,

Mrs, Jeanette P, Moore

5804 Cleves Lane

Glen Mar Park, Md. 20016

Tom Mott

2715 Cortland Place N.W.

Washington,

Mrs. Ellen Morrell

D.C. 20008

3021 O Street N.W.

Washington, D.C. 20007

Helen Burke MuUin

4209 28th Street

Mount Rainier, Md. 20822

Jacqueline

Nash Naron

9111 SpringhiU Lane #302

Greenbelt, Md. 20770

Virginia Nolan

2100 Foxhall Road N.W.

Washington,

D.C, 20007

Mrs, Ann Groves Page

11430 Orchard Lane

Reston, Va, 22090

Mrs, Ethel B. Peirce

57 Observatory Circle

Washington,

DC, 20008

Mrs, Lynn Pekkanen

5101 Newport Avenue

Bethesda, Md, 20016

Mr, Peter D. Pelham

4535 W Street N.W.

Washington,

D.C. 20007

Mrs. Kathleen Power

878 College Parkway T. 1

Rockville, Md. 20850

Dr. Paul R. Proteau

3452 N. Nottingham Street

Arlington,

Va. 22207

Mrs. Charlotte H, Resnick

7614 Winterberry Place

Bethesda, Md, 20034

Mark Schulman

2100 FoxhaU Road N.W.

Washington, D.C. 20007

Mrs. Kary Schulman

2100 FoxhaU Road N.W.

Washington,

Isabelle Shelton

D.C. 20007

4519 43rd Street N.W.

Washington,

DC. 20016

Mr. WiUiam Stemmler

12409 Vinton Terrace

Wheaton, Md. 20906

Mr. Kevin Sweeney

118 HiUtop Road

Silver Springs, Md. 20910

Rene Taft

3928 Legation St. N.W.

Washington, D.C. 20015

Susan Tolchin

5117 Wickett Terrace

Bethesda, Md. 20014

Mrs. Valerie Vesser

6123 Stoneham Lane

McLean, Va. 22101

Dr. Tipton M. WestfaU

2314 Huidekoper Place N.W.

DC. 20007

Washington,

Ms. Nancy A, White

2100 FoxhaU Road N,W,

Washington,

DC, 20007

Geraldine G, Wilson

317 Cameron Street

Alexandria, Va, 22314

Dr, Gerald Yates

Dept. of Government,

Georgetown University

Washington, D.C. 20057

Mrs. Judy Yudkin

1095 Larkspur Terrace

Rockville, Md. 20850

Jan Zimmerman

309 S. Lee St.

Alexandria, Va. 22314


Wendy Traurig

Assistant Editor

Molly Klinedinst

Advertising

Claire Hamlin

Copy Editor

BELL COTE 1976

STAFF

Nancy Jensen

Editor

Chip Lumb

Director of Photography

Staff

Boo Bodman

Margaret Ferry

Anne Jemison

Rachael Love

Ann Morgan

Claudia Zak

Diana Denniston

Assistant Editor

Missy Smith

Art Editor

Jennifer Weedon

Layout Editor

We v^ish to thank the follow^ing people for their assistance in helping the staff this year.

Sandra Brovv^n

Yearbook Advisor

Debbie Green

Tracy Ives

Nina Mayer

Cindy Steele

Lynette Young

John Bailey

Publisher Representative


TO THE CLASS OF 1976

At the beginning of this year, on the occasion of Mount Vernon's Centen

nial Convocation, I spoke briefly about celebrations, striving to ac

complish the seemingly impossible, and the importance and relationship

of self-awareness and collective actions.

Now, at the mid-point of Mount Vernon's 101st year and on the occasion

of your Commencement, the refrain, "Bye, Bye Blackbird" and the won

derful comment made by Kingman Brewster, President of Yale, "that there

is a correlation between the creative and the screwball, (so) we must suffer

the screwball gladly," keep reoccuring

to me.

Clearly this has not been a year noted for its intellectual or social confor

mity. It is not that some have not questioned the intent, purposes and

procedures

which are ours to determine and share, but rather that some

have questioned for individual and personal

gial and community purposes.

Those who are to graduate will undoubtably

reasons rather than for coUe-

take with them their inde

pendent accomplishments and private thoughts. However, they will still

will have left behind either the

remain as part of this community for they

debris of their independence or a more comprehensive design which may

be drawn upon by those who remain and those who are to come.

We have had a year of celebrations of different kinds concluding with the

first of a new century for Mount Vernon the class of 1976's Commence

ment. That is both unique and appropriate, and accordingly

I wish for

each and all of you successful and distinctive futures. Continue to be crea

tive, suffer screwballs gladly, and always "light the light"

may know where you are.

Peter D. Pelham

President

Spring, 1976

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