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In

a small college, the quality of campus life is so

closely linked to the VISION, COMMITMENT, and

ENTHUSIASM of its students, working cooperatively

on campus projects, set a standard of leadership, which

makes us all proud.

As Mount Vernon enters its twelfth decade of educating

women leaders, we dedicate this anniversary yearbook

to the 1985-86 SGA, and in doing so, we applaud the

participation of all of our student leaders. It takes a spe

cial kind of student to contribute her efforts to her

college community; you have done so capably and with

love.

Congratulations!

"Dean" Donna

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DEDICATION 52


OPENING I

Steps of Post Hall Top Photo

Side view of Pelham Dorm Bottom Photo


Mount Vernon's hang-out Upper left Photo

Pelham Dorm Upper right photo

Take a peek at Pelham Dorm Bottom photo


Convocation

To the seniors of 1986 it is a year to shine, remember, grow.

learn, share, and most of all enjoy what we have worked so long for

... a

college education. To start our year of shining, the Convoca

tion Ceremony was one of great gala. Julia M. Walsh was present to

address the Seniors. Guests, and Family members during the Con

vocation ceremony.

In 1963, Julia M. Walsh was the first appointed female to the

American Stock Exchange. Presently, she is the president of the

Washington Board and director of the Pennsylvania Avenue

Development Corporation. She is a dynamic role model for our

class to follow. Following the ceremony in Hoolins Chapel which

marked the beginning of the 110th Anniversary, this grand affair

was underway in a big yellow and white tent with champagne con

tinuously flowing and a catered buffet dinner. The evening was one

of sparkle.

CONVOCATON

Karen Stevenson '86

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Anti-Apartheid Day

Our world ceases to be a true brotherhood when members of it

are being persecuted, oppressed, and repressed. Today we arc

gathered to offer our hopes and prayers for them. That one day

they might be free.

Martin Luther King once said. "Injustice anywhere is a threat to

justice everywhere. Whatever affects one directly, affects all in

directly." Never again

can we afford to live with the view that we

are outsiders and unconnected to what is going

Mans progress and the advances of human society hinges

on in the world.

on each

of us. Whatever violates the integrity of the human person, what

ever insults human dignity such as subhuman living conditions

arbitrary imprisonment, slavery, as well as disgraceful

work con

ditions where men and women are treated as mere tools for

profit rather than as free and responsible persons, which are hap

pening in South Africa today are infamies. They poison human

society. Every type of discrimination is to be overcome and eradi

cated. A human person stands alone all things and his rights and

duties are universal and inviolable.

Society must be founded on truth, built on justice in freedom;

it should grow everyday toward a more humane society. Human

institutions must labor to minister to the dignity and purpose of

man. They must put up a stubborn fight against any kind of slavery.

whether political or social, and safeguard the rights of every man

under every political system.

The future of humanity lies in the hands of those who are strong

enough to provide coming generations with reasons for living and

hoping. By coming here tonight we are all pleading for peace Our

gathering, if anything, shows our support for those who are living

under the apartheid system and our hope the someday they will

experience the freedoms and dignity that should be guaranteed to

each man.


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Speidel Goodrich, and Lille

"Upon

their third call to

me and a discount in price, I

hired them. That event took

place in February '85. 1

wasn't sure what the turnout

would be and was expecting

a loss. That night three

people paid

a $3 cover

charge to hear Speidel,

Goodrich, And Goggin.

A month later, I un

successfully tried to bring

them back to the Pub for a

spring

concert. Un

fortunately, they had just

released an album, were

touring Florida and changed

members of their band. So,

Dean Carroll suggested hav

ing them play during Orien

tation Week. We were both

unsure how it would go over,

nor the effect it would have

on the start of the year.

Dean Carroll and I.

nervously, planned the

event. When I left for New

York, Tracey Jones became

my DC. contact for contract

fees and signatures. When I

returned in September,

Tracey and I were prepared

for the worst and thought

about how much money we

would lose. Then came the

night of the event.

Speidel. Goodrich, and

Lille were supposed to start

at 9;00 p.m. on September

19. There were 20 people in

the pub;

we all breathed

heavily. By 11: GO there were

300 people enjoying the

music of the group. Seven

kegs of beer later, the party

ended. Not only was the

night a success, but it yielded

a profit. Once again the SGA

was the foundation of a

fantastic party and the start of

a successful year.

Betsy Orlando


CANDIDS

Top left Tennis Anyone? Margot and

Adrienne looking at the tennis court.

Top right Honor Wilson taking a

break.

Middle Harley daydreams in Prcpland.

Bottom Catherine and Kristin take a

break.


Bottom Betsy after a SGA meeting.

Middle left Suzanne plans a pub menu.

Middle right Ma.xine and Marisa enjoy the

cafeteria's gourmet food

Top right Friendship shared by Catherine

and Kris

Top left Ginger and Megan pose while

Megan looks on approvingly

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BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

Road trips to . . Hampden Sydney Mark's weekend road trips to MVC

. . Plays in . . . Washington Foxfield Horse Shows . . Shopping at

Maza . Gallery Thanks Mother for making all this happen Best

wishes to Heather Gow and Susan Brady next year.

Ql8 SENIORS

PATRICIA BLAND


1 1/14/85 "To accomplish great things, one must not only act. but also

dream; not only plan, but also believe."

There were times during my four years at MVC. that 1 didn't think 1

would get this far, and even now, there are still so many things to accom

plish.

To all my friends, I am now able to thank you for all you've done: the

encouragement; advice; listening; counseling; and for just being you, a

friend.

The time has passed quickly and has been too short, but the memories

will be everlasting.

Thank You

INTERNATIONAL

STUDIES/POLITICS

SUZANNE BRAUTIGAN

LYNNE BRAUN

HUMAN DEVELOPMENT

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KENYA BRUNSON

ARTS/HUMANITIES

, . . . . .

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Raggs the electric dog Campus delivery Cole

Smith ritual blender parties Cinema Draft House

do you have an id? photography again?! Academy games

Army v . . . . . . Navy Teresa's coke-filled camera Academy formals ,

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Where's my dress Jeff? this isn't ... funny! my

hof hof the Ian' is ... Sushi at Perry's Earl Allen cronie

Susan's drive to Great Falls well, we did survive!! we

ducks by hand apt. 4407, a car

for?! Eliot the beautiful cat he can't even jump

pet him . . . . . . Dean's List Alpha Chi Dir. of JB dc

commencement fin bon ... to Mandy and .

.

everyone else thanks!!

Mom and Dad, thank you for everything!!!

Dorm the Mr

me,

shoes keep falling off

even fed the

more could a student ask

up and

COMMUNICATIONS

ERIN BURKE

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COMMUNICATIONS

SOLITA CALDERON

KATHRYN BURROWS

HUMAN DEVELOPMENT

To Ruth; One more round to celebrate our last year of fun and studying?

We've finally made it. "MY Friend."

To Dany: and the rest of the gang. Cheers to all the good times we've had

and for the ones to come.

Thanks MVC for the 4 years of learning experiences and fun-filled

adventures.

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CAROL CHERRY

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Raggs the electric dog Cole Dorm Erin, niy full time buddy tears

of Dr. Mikhalevsky STRESS Campus Delivery Date Bubble

Bath Hefty Hefulation!! Photos G.F. Park "fullproof travel

plans phone bills JB. and Who's Who

All my love to mom and dad who have believed in me and given me the

chance to be an individual.

HUMAN DEVELOPMENT

MARY AMANDA

CYLKE

Mandy

SUZANNE C.

CLAWSON

HUMAN DEVELOPMENT


KRISTIN CROWE

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

24- SENIORS

"Is it . . . soup yet? We're right behind you ring the doorbell! .

Aren't we motivated! Auditions went well; we leave one act . . don't

up that coffee . . . oops! What poster? What grades?

schema of life, this really means . . . nothing Amelie,

spit

In the cosmus

Kim, Holly, hollie,

Debbie, the house in G-Town, SGA,A/H faculty. No goodbyes I'm

not leaving."

ARTS/HUMANITIES

MARGARET R. CURLIN


COMMUNICATIONS

JACQUELINE DERREY

DANIELLE DAVIS

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

MARKETING

Dany. Dan-Dan. . . . Dandy

1 would die 4U. Long Talks, breadsticks and butter Ouisa. Moon Street.

Bistro. Pop. M. Bakers. M.H.. SOTW.. Hotlanta. rides in Bessie. SGA.

Sade. Be Your Man. Coach. Florida 1984. B. D . Oui-Oui. Museum Bud.

G L., Summer Season. Storkin." Finally Made It.

"I'd like to thank my friends for all the good times. The memories will last

forever. "

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CAROLINE ELIZABETH

DESSAIN

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MYNETTE MARIE

DUFRESNE

JULIA ELLIMAN


Loving

. . . . . . FAG Face Hildagard Miss Lonely' 85 . . .

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"Fun

Winscums Happy Hour . . . . . . . . .

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Gtown CAPRICORN

Rib-it USO Dance BLIND Bartender's Ball

Shooters Lite beer Road Trips Spring Break 83'

LL, 85' NH, 86' B Dial a Boyfriend. Feb 12. BC

Pizza! Popcorn Cookouts Softball Talkin

Beaver Brown Red Red Wine ... 3 dates? Frisco

WAY'!!

Laughing FALL MUCH?! ... 7-11 ... BUG NO

K-K-K ... Mr Watermellon VW's Thanks LMA

Raining Men . .

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Debs

Type"

Tapper

SGL.

J.T,84'

Korbel

Heads

Lois

WFLTWINE I'll miss GTWLK!! MVC. Bye, See Ya.

B-Bye! Thanks Mom, I love you!!

"All eyes turned at once to the couple

flying, Debra was just visiting old buddy

but before the rumors start

JOHN TRAVOLTA"

BUSINESS MANAGEMENT

DEBRA FERRI

AUGUSTA EWALD

COMMUNICATIONS

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Hey!! Hi doin?!

MCG Bar B

How typical

Winscums

Ahshabulakey Awazaywazah

shooters DSFFM Crusin

Dudes Oc Mardi Gras 83 3rd floor Red VW Spring

Break Smoke sisters

Bfer Hair Show

SMD 'My Guy" Whose your paP

piggy back . . goose egg Hey you FOS

. . . . Goodbye Senoritos

doesn't mean forever Bye-Bye see ya

Bye-Bye!! Take care and Good luck to Julie. Lese. Linda, and Sarah.

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JOAN GRIFFITH

INTERIOR DESIGN

Hoya Inn The Lincoln & . . . , . ,

Annaplois Booeymongers

Houstons . snow . . . day parties Pauline's room, a good time was

. . . definitely had by all . . . bottles of ... champagne all those booze

cruises . . coffee cakes . . . Greek week at . Hampton Sydney tuna

melts . . The Carolina . . . Cup Pauline's , . ,

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wedding Middleburg

Well, a good time was had!! Thanks to all those who helped

shared all the good times. Let's hope we have many more .

thanks to my mom & dad!!!

with and

, . many

ADELE C. GRIMBALL


Lonely Field hockey

Lollie Lois . Alice . . . Louise Loser . . , Miss

. . . basketeball Winscums . . . Spring break 83 JT ... 84 Van ... 85

. MM ... 86 B ... Go skins Sneeze, Sniffle jaywalking SGA . . .

USO dance . . . deaf , . .

. , . allnighters bartenders Ball Fall much?!

. . ,

. . , hitchhiking 7-11 . . . July 4th .. . G. Town Bars . . , P.K's house

. . . SGL . . . Pizza . . . Cookouts . . .

. popcorn LITE Beer Red.

Red Wine . . . Rib-it . .

. . Capricorn Tapper Shooters . . BBS . .

Crazy Driver . . . laughing Debs . . . raining men Emcee , . hey

babe . . March 5 . . . MJD . . .

. . . sailing tennis . Korbel

Dynasty

DLY Bye See . . .

ya By-Bye MVC . Thanks mom for every

thing. 1 LOVE YOU!!!!!!!!!!!

COMMUNICATIONS

LAURA KINNEY

BETH HOLIDAY

MARKETING

Dean Ryan, "the Library" Merriweather. 102 Bathroom. "Marcia. who

are you here to see?" Have you seen my black boots' We take you out to

the field and pick you up at 9:30 pm. Bethie wake up. let's celebrate

finals, oh I feel sick. flip. flop. I play for the Phoenix Suns, white Porsche,

Bermuda Ginseng Dudley, this is my wife, dancing on the beds,

granola and Michelob. there is not a college on Foxhall road, we got the

nurse a x-mas gift ...

I

love you mom and dad.


KIM KRASNE

ARTS/HUMANITIES

PUBLIC AFF/GOVT

MARCIA LANIER


HUMAN DEVELOPMENT

MOIRA LEECH

MARGARET LARKIN

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HUMAN DEVELOPMENT

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Firestine Human Development Galper Science Award Bentz

Shennendoah Park My Wedding in Hand -

Chapel Greece

Canada 1st house senior wonderful couldn't have made It

without my special friend Amelie All my love to Ron who gives so

much love and support warm thoughts and love to my mother in

memory.

HUMAN DEVELOPMENT

HOLLY PHIFER

MCCLAIN


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Page Jackie D's B'day The winter storm of 83' UVA

Clean the toilet seat Tad Wintergreen for the . , , , . ,

night Pass Out

Hoya Inn , , . , , , Third Vote Republican Pauline! . , , What boy has

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been living in Somers for months? July 4. 84' Pauline's Party

Palace St, Thomas Cheese sandwiches Annapolis trip

The White book .He Page and she Page After Happy Hour . , , , , , , , , , ,

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Hardees Tombs and beer Inauguration Ball Drink' n Hats

port wine cheese and barbeque sauce . . . , , ,

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Hotlanta Aspen

Colorado ..St. Cats Girls Graduation and summer 85' Boat

Cruise 85' Be Very very quiet, we're hunting rabbits . , .

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Those were

the days

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

ELIZABETH PAGE

MUMFORD

DEJUAN MULDROW

BUSINESS MANAGEMENT

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TERESA MURRAY

ARTS/HUMANITIES

Well. I can' t believe it's my last year of college 5th year and 3rd college.

it's been a long road, but w out all my friends I wouldn't have made it:

Karen, Enn, Abby. Debbie G. Andrea B and Andrea D, Kyle, etc. I'll

always remember Erin and Mr Smith's Robert. THE GROOVER

CLUB WILL LIVE ON! USNA roadtnps RENAUD XMAS/

VDAY WINTER WEEKEND dances meet men much at trashcans?

NISSAN MAN Gang Plank and drinks, Dancin on cars at tailgates

ARMY NAVY game YEAH! Meetin men at banks. Never thought I'd date

a VMEE after Sem Dingy (Booze Cruise. VMl Grad, and road trips)

Meeting guys over the telephones vmees and middies Rms 36

Somers. Pelham 1 1 and 33 CORCORAN SCHOOL OF ART I made

it' YEARBOOK I'll soon be over'! Who's Who Beacon Honor

Society Honor Student 1 can't believe I'm a yearbook editor for a

second go-round' Photography! Ice cream runs w Abby don't tell

anybody! Have fun In London Town

and Granny

A! Gotta Go! Thanks Ma. Dad.

for every thing!

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PLAYERS GO PLACES!!!!

COMMUNICATIONS

LIZA NAGER


FINANCE

MONICA PAYNE

LYNNPAWLICKI

"The great difference between voyages rests'not with the ships, but with

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the people you meet on them. Amelia Barr

, Samurai a . D B D,

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"Lynn". outfit member of the Ames family

and the W-S gang memories with ARD and WLS at THE BALL

Rosa and the dog in heat Snowbound 82' Roadtrips Where is

Suffolk'! A blessing named Kimberly Wise , Campus Health . ,

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""Anna banana Beantown in February with a favorite native that

crazy "'H.A.B.

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from Westover Place Spring Breaks in the sun

"the Roney experience lively company home from Key West . .

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seasonal Pelham RA "What are you thinking? "ricecakes and Dool

and with love and thanks to the artsy chick with the sparkle for

sharing thoughts and dreams for putting up with my always being late

with hot

and "fetal" moments remember "if you ever want anything

water. "

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chains on the door and bunking in

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with Amelie, Lynn. Monica, Beth she's going out with WHO?! from

WHERE?! camping in , , ,

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Virginia at '"the cabin" black cats and six

feet deep trash dumsters Amelie. next time get help! Holly^s

wedding pressured out over , , , , , ,

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jap at Gtwn the library ""it's

raining men" this year not first year dpimtc plates pizza ""the

boss" foreigner style (Born in the USA) Bronco Billy's midnight

drives down GW parkway HJ's restaurant (Hey Marta. wanna go

again?) shells from the Atlantic explaining life at 4am to the

gang on Pelham 3rd floor West THANKS we survived all the trails

and tribulations and the houlie-coolers (ooh. my shoulder hurts!)

parties, the "library

and hanging

the Marta Club , , , to my old and new found friends (NY, NZ, NJ, MI,

MD FRG DC) I LOVE YOU! Come see me in Hawaii! ALOHA

Kim

PAGU

KIMBERLY K. SAFFERY

NADJA ROY

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VICTORIA L.

SAMBUNARIS

BUSINESS

LISA SANDOLA


Tliank you Mom and Dad for the best college experience Everytime I

wanted to give up you both were right there to pick me up and help me

gather my scattered thoughts together in order to carry on word, 1 can't

think of how much value you placed on this asset , , , me . , Wow your

Teresa from Vinees to Mids wow. what a

dividends are staggering,

change. Where are the Men? Ring Dance 85 USNA. How Fun! 1 wish you

luck in the future, Leiia. what a sweetie of a roommate (83), Erin, the

summer of 85 was fun. Better Homes and Gardens, Dr. Firestine. Wines,

and S, Rose, thanks for the encouragement and strength to carry on.

Cindy in computer class, what a true friend, Lauren, the resume , , ,

Marriott I Hope Human Resource Management degree 86 Mark, PT,

man Wow is my knee getting better. Don't forget the LIMOUSINE RIDE!

Lauri Shampain, my little sister; Elizabeth Williams. Pelham dorm what

for a future that

fun it was especially on the balcony. I've come a long way

holds everything 1 want.

HILLARY SHAY

COMMUNICATIONS

HUMAN RESOURCE

MANAGEMENT

KAREN STEVENSON SENIORS 39j


SUSAN STEVENS

ART/HUMANITIES

floor Clark

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It was the best of times If was the worst of times

Winnies Bartender Sep 21 82' Happy Hours ,

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Lk and

JFs B-day dancing to M,J, Did someone get a fat , . , , ,

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lip' Supcrbowl

guess cruise hairshow campus delivery Pool

snow parties days stirrups What should I wear? L,U,

where ya going? AM Ba Bye Happy Times , , . .

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Bar Ball

Where's Restin' Scooncrs Shooters mmmumosa The

days after , , Special thanks to A-'H and to , my parents Bye Bye see

ya Bye Bye!!!

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COMMUNICATIONS

PATRICIA TALLEY


Thank you Mother, Dad, and Priscilla. I love you very much and I

couldn't have made it without , , , you To all who knew me and the

fantastic memories I'll hold forever , , , , , , Hey Lets go driving MCB

. , Bar B , , , Winstons , , , . . . balcony parties Yaz , , , , . .

Easy Toy

428 , . , , , Fiesty Boot or salt? , , , more more more ,1 get it , , ,

Spring Break , . , , , , Convoy Pleasure Palace , , , yellow bucket , , ,

Bfer , , Smoke Sisters SMD , , , , , , Piggyback goosegg Happy Hour

, , , VT . . . Awazay Awazah . . . Jars Alert . . . BOSS . , , FDLFDD , , ,

We're the wildest things we've ever seen , . , Bye

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See ya Bye Bye

COMMUNICATIONS

WENDOLYN WAGER

AMELIE VON

WIEDEBACH-NOSTITZ

INTN RELIFRENCH

, , , My four years of college past much too fast but they left me with many

great memories! My Freshman . , ,

year began in Merriweather Dorm what an

experience never a dull moment, always something new' I will never

forget the fun we had at the '

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Lippizaner Show or at the sinphonie' Hercules.

It was also the beginning of my jogging career my first races the Bonnie

Bell and Georgetown 10k, My sophomore year we skied across DC and

survived the freeze at Shennadoah Park on the long, cold but first camping

hiking trip. Then there was my unforgetable Junior Year in Paris THE

BEST!! Senior year was full of the disease senioritis! Don't catch it!

Thanks MVC! It has been great and much too short! A special thank you to

my wonderful friends Kim. I'll definitely visit you in Hawaii one of these

days! Holly and Ron I'll be around for sure! Many thanks to my parents

without wfiom none of this would have been possible' I AM SO LUCKY!

THANK YOU! and good luck every one

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RUTH WHEATON

HUMAN DEVELOPMENT

"The only important thing is that you lived on this earth for a while and

you were my father, and that 1 came from you. and that my children will

come from me" Barbara Wensha

"Nothing the heart gives away is gone, .

It

is kept in the heart of others."

Robin St, John

"And for love's sake, each mistake, you forgave." Ashford and Simpson

To my friends: Thanks for always caring Thanks for all of the love and

thanks for all the good times. Don't worry Gin. when you're a Senior

you'll be able to have your own pichjre too.

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COLLEGE

LYDIA WOLF


UNDERCLASSMEN

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Paige Canaday Katherine Estes Laura Hertel

Christine Katzaba Melinda Meeks Sarah Russell

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Becky Veller Pamela Wedge Sigalit-Sol Avigdory


Caroline Barnett Elizabeth Button Kim Butterfield

Hadey Claffey Felicity Colangelo Sophie Coppedge

Kristine Coughlan Margot

Dement Catherine Eckardt

UNDERCLASSMAN 451


Cathy Gray Jane Hunnicutt Susan Jeffery

Tracey Jones Hillary

Kalish Debbei Mattis

Molly McDaninel Patricia McQuilling Abigail Mitola

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Kim Phillips Lee Riddle Shelly Smith

Victoria Abel-Smith Abby Spencer Christina Stennett

Tfddi Sturgis Amy Tenent Elsa Travis

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Roberta Traynor Eri Iwasaki Esther Abu-Rish

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Ann Aukward Barco Carine Rita Bloom

Vicki Bowman Lynn Brautigan Regina Chung


Elise Clark Mary Clark Pamela Clark

Nicole Cocomello Elizabeth Culnane Ginger Dixon

Nelly Eskandary Tanya Ferris Kate Goodridge

UNDERCLASSMEN 491


Christine Hartley Deanna Hayden Kim Hayden

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Amy Hutchins Jennifer Jennings Sarah Jones

Leslie Keller S. Kent Catherine Kimble


Dennis MacDonald Cathy McCann Mary McGee

Teresita Medrano Connie Mezardash Valinda Miller

Julie Moll Elizabeth Morin Dina Najia

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Margaret Norris Aimee Norwood Lee Price

British Robinson Renee Robinson Suzanne Rodriguez

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On November 7, Mount Vernon College celebrated

Founder's Day, The day began with Panel Discussions in

Clark and Cole Lounges. The discussions where both recent

and past alumnae headed who spoke of the critical choices

they in their lives, and how Mount Vernon contributed to

those choices.

The next activity was a fireside chat with Mrs. Barbara

Bush, the Vice President's wife, an honorary Mount Vernon

College alumna. Mrs. Bush discussed her own experiences

and choices in life in an informal gathering in Post Hall.

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students were joined by Mrs, Bush in cutting the traditional

Founder's Day cake for a reception recognizing Mt, Vernon's

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The day was concluded by a formal candlelight dinner.

After dinner Mt. Vernon's student modeled in some of the

Fashions of the Eleven Decades. It featured historical

sketches and clothing, styles of every decade from 1875 to

today. It was a great ending to Mount Vernon's Founder's

Day, We are look forward to another exciting Founder's Day

next year.

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Dear Linnette.

CONGRATULATIONS

May you continue to gain knowledge,

develop understanding, seek wisdom,

and grow in love.

With all our love,

from your family.

Dearest Paige,

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deepest pride, we

congratulate you on being

selected to represent Mount

Vernon college in this

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With love.

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Congratulations

Margaret

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special daughter. You have brought joy

lives and you have never failed to make us

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with so many heights to be attained. Never

become discouraged and let perserverence be

your name.

May the win'd be always at your back.

May the sun shine warm upon your face.

May God hol'd you in the palm of his hand.

We love you and aloha,

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Mr. and Mrs. James J. Hughes

Dearest Mynette,

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love by the gold stars on your forehead, or the A's you

brought home from school. We watched you work

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There are not many accomplishments in your life which

will directly affect the people around you. Being the 86

Cupola Editor is one of those.

The 85-86 school year has been a year of change. Ameri

cans still like Dynasty and Dallas on TV. A war for Coca-Cola

Classic raged in America American's favorite drink. The

Big rock groups were: Tears for Fears, Wham, Simple Minds,

and Madonna. The Big Movies were: "St. Elmo's Fire,"

"Back To The Future", Michael J. Fox, "Rambo"

Sylvester Stallone and "The Color Purple". The Big Fashion

Looks were: stirrup pants, costume jewelry, and paisley

shirts.

All of these great events happened plus the yearbook

managed to make all it's deadlines. All those times we gave

up our Friday nights, Halloween, Thanksgiving, and the

Bahamas Party. Without help I would have never made those

deadlines. I would especially like to thank: Erin Burke, Abby

Spencer, Meg Norris, Chris Hartley, Margot

Demente and

Heather Gow. Special thanks to: Kyle Moran, Victoria Abel-

Smith, Lee Price, Lee Riddle, Margaret Norman, Kristcn

Crowe, Roberta Traynor and Catherine Carmichael. Thank

You Everyone! SENIORS Only 100 days till GRADUA

TION!

Tereasa Murray

Yearbook Editor


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