Admiral Farragut Academy - Buccaneer Yearbook (St Petersburg, FL)
- Class of 1951
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ADMIRAL FARRAGUT ACADEMY
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ST. PETERSBURG, HURIDA
l95l BUCCANEER STAFF
.JOHN S. JJPHAM, JR.
PIOMUNO BL:NRnLT1'I. JR.
T. HEWETT MCANLY
GILBERT H. BROOME
JOHN W. MORRlS, JR.
JOEL T. FINE
JULIO D. ARGUELLES
EARL M. CLARK
DONALD G. GUYATT
ess Manager MICHAEI. E. KEFZNAN
I-lnwm H. BURTON
JOHN H. LOY, JR.
CHARLES R. BRUNSKILL
JOHN SINCLAIRE, JR.
We, the members of the graduating class of
1951, in- publishing this Buccaneer, a pictoral and
written log of the school year, have endeavored to
construct for the reader a calendar of events cover-
ing every aspect of the school year giving special
attention to the history and accomplishments of the
We sincerely hope that this will enrich you with
pleasant memories and will provide for you much
enjoyment both now and in later life.
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ADMIRAL DAVID GLASGOW FARRAGUT, U.S.N
CAPTAIN H. E. lVl0YER
llireclor of Adnzissions
The class of l95l feels that it is only
fitting and proper that we take this space to
salute one of the finest Executive Officers
and Directors of Admissions in the country,
our own Captain H. E. Moyer. Since the
Academy first opened in January 1945, he
has always devoted himself untiringly to
the hetterment and welfare of the individual
cadet and the cadet corps as a whole. He
has played a major role i11 the spreading of
the name uAdmiral Farragut Academy, St.
Petershurg, Florida," across the nation.
For his sound guidance and deep indul-
genee, for his firm belief in the average
cadet, and for his part in the founding and
growth of the Academy we salute him. He
may well he proud of his work in making
Farragut one of the finest naval schools in
CAP'rA1N D. H. RUSSELL
Board of Trustees
To Captain Russell we offer our heart-
iest thanks for all that he has done for
the Cadet Corps and for our Senior
Class, and for the helpful hand which
he has always been willing to extend
to any of us in need.
We also wish to extend our sincerest
congratulations to him for his inex-
haustible determination to make this a
better school. For these fine ideals the
class of '51 is truly grateful to Captain
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WHO'S Wl'l0 AT FARRAGIIT
Most Studious Senior ,.....,.
Most Popular Senior ........
Most Likely to Succeed .........
Most Military Senior ........
Best All-around Senior .........
Most Athletic Senior ..........
Best Croomed Senior .........
Most Courteous Senior ..........
Most Friendly Senior .....,..
Noisiest Senior ..........
Class Toreador ................
Best Cadet Officer ............................
Cadet With Most School Spirit ..........
Best Non-Commissioned Officer..
Most Naive Senior .................
Most Dignified Senior ....,..
Most Bashful Senior...
Best Dancer .....,..,
Best Sport .........................,
Most Ambitious Senior .........
Woman Hater ............,.,,
Most Musical Senior .......,.
Most Artistic Senior .......
Best Actor ......,....,,...
Best Sailor ....................,...
Most Pugnacious Senior .......
Most Broad-minded Senior .......,.
Biggest Slave-driver ................,.,.
Senior With Most Personality ...........
Best All-around Underclassman .,....,,t.,,
Best All-around funior School Cadet ..........
. ..... JACKSON
JUL1o DIEZ ARGUELLES, JR.
Castillo del Morro
f f f f 6'Loan me a nickel Smitty, I want to call Harriet
1947-48 Varsity Basketball, Baseball, Monogram Club, Photography Club,
Intramural Football, Sailing, Boxing
1948-49 Petty Officer First Class, Varsity Basketball and Baseball, Mono-
gram Club, Hop Committee, Secretary Third Class, Cutter Crew,
Drill Team, Touch Football
1949-50 Lt., First Company, Varsity Basketball and Baseball, Monogram
Club, Coxwain Cutter Crew, Moyer Baseball Award, lntercompany
Football Champions, Hop Committee, A. F. A.'s Whois Who, All f
District Basketball Team, Co-Captain Basketball and Baseball K
1950-51 Vice-President Cotillion Club, Varsity Basketball and Baseball,
Monogram Club, lntercompany Football Champions. Assistant
Circulation Manager, Buccaneer
Four years ago when "Stuff, came to us from Havana, Cuba, he was a f
shy, bashful looking young man. lt wasnlt long afterward that he had estab- 2
lished himself as one of the most outstanding athletes in school. His cunning Q
sense of humor earned respect and admiration of his friends and classmates. ll
His popularity did not cease at this point. As an officer he was held in great F
esteem and his popularity enabled him to be called 'Gone of the boys." "Study
is planning to attend Annapolis and we, his crew, wish him hearty good
PAUL WILLIS ATHER
2100 Forty-fourth Street South
St. Petersburg. Florida
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194-T-43 Varsity Football, Rifle Team. lntercompany Softball. Second Class
Petty Officer, Second Company. Golden Cloves Middle-weight
Champion. Admiral Charles F. Hughes Award
1943-49 Varsity Football, Monogram Club. Rifle Team. Colden Cloves Light-
Heavyweiglit Champion. First Class Petty Uffieer. First Company.
President of Third Class
1949-50 Varsity Football. lV1onogram Club. Varsity Baseball, Ensign. Second
X Company, Golden Cloves Heavyweight Champion. President of
N Second Class
1950-51 Varsity Football, Basketball and Baseball, Monogram Club. Most
Valuable Football Player Award. Lieutenant Junior Grade. Second
Company. President of Senior Class. Cotillion Club. A.F.A.is Wlufs
Since the first day Paul came to Farragut in 1941-T. he has always been
moving forward and excelling in all he has done. From the gridiron to the
classrooms, he has always been successful and his quiet admirable way has
won him a place of respect. '4Slug,', as many know him. has always been ready
and willing to do any job that might be assigned him, no matter how tough.
We are sure that Paul will make the best possible use of all his opportunities
and will be successful in his every endeavor.
EDMUND BENEDETT1, JR.
4-8 lrving Street
Newark, New Jersey
t f f "Mike, 111.11 you ever see such
I1 bunch of 'Hams' before?"
1948-49 Varsity Football and Baseball. lntereompany Soccer and Cutter
Crew. Boxing, Second Company
1911-9-50 Varsity Football and Baseball, Basketball Manager, Boxing. Mono-
gram Club. Farragut Mates. Second Class Petty Officer, Second
Company. Secretary Third Class. Best Drilled Old Cadet
1950-51 Varsity Football and Baseball, Intereompany Basketball. lVlonogram f
Club, Binnacle Sports Editor. Farragut Mates. First Class Petty K
Officer, Second Company, Feature Editor Buccaneer, A.F.A.'s
Benny came to Farragut in the fall of 1948. He isn't large in stature, but JJ
as far as ambition and initiative go, he is one of the bigger boys at school.
You will find him behind the plate during the baseball season. playing guard K
in the fall. and at ,loyis house between seasons. His humorously ever-
complaining way and his quick wit make him well liked by all. He is well
known for his "never give upf' attitude toward everything he does. ln the
face of this we can feel certain that Benny will come out on top in whatever
career he chooses. So long. Benny. and best of luck.
Im, sluclr again. D
CLARENCE ARNOLD BLACKWELL
305 North Seventeenth Street
l950-5l Varsity Football, Second Class Petty Officer. Color Guard. Qualified
Clarence came to us last fall from Pensacola. After playing a good season
on the Varsity Football team, he went out for boating and worked and became
a Qualified Boat Handler. In military life. he has risen to the rank of Second
Class Petty Officer and was assigned to the Color Guard. Clarence has made
many friends in his one year at Farragut, and we wish him the best of luck in
GILBERT HEDLEY Baooivnz
204 Signal Road
Drexel Hill, Pennsylvania
f f f L'Way I0 go lui'
1948-49 Varsity Football, Baseball, Monogram Club. Second Company.
Cutter Crew, Intercompany Soccer Champions
1949-50 First Class Petty Officer, Second Company. Varsity Football and
Baseball, Junior Varsity Basketball. Captain of Baseball Team.
All City Football Team, Monogram Club. Cutter Crew. Secretary of
Second Class, Farragut Mates
1950-51 Ensign, Second Company, Varsity Football. Basketball and Baseball.
Cutter Crew, President of Monogram Club, Secretary of Senior Class.
Secretary of Student Council. Sports Editor. Buccaneer, Farragut
Mates. A.F.A.,s Whois Who
One day in late August 143 a new addition by the name of Gil Broome
entered the Farragut Family. Almost immediately, Gil became one of the
best known and well liked cadets. His participation in all varsity sports showed
his fellow cadets his will to win, and most of all his keen sense of sportsman-
ship. For these three years since. he has worked hard both on the drill field
and as assistant and headwaiter and earned for himself the rank of Ensign.
"Cil,,7 though quiet at times, was found in many "bull sessionsi' joking with
and ribbing his fellow cadets. With his successful years behind him here at
Farragut, we are sure that he will have a bright future ahead of him. Good
luck, Gil, and smooth sailing in your future life.
CHARLES RICHARD BRUNSKILL
Tybee lsland, Georgia
Me and Mrs. B., we ainlt talkin, 7, f f f
1948-49 Second Class Petty Officer, Band, Cutter Crew, Boating, Swimming
Team, Naval Reserve, Dancing Class
l94l-9-50 C.P.O.. Drum Major, Band, Senior Life Saving, President Sopho-
more Class, Q.B.H., Boating, Cutter Crew, Photographer, Binnacle,
Naval Reserve, Dancing Class, Cadet Coach, Swimming Team
A 1950-51 Lieutenant, Battalion Adjutant, Headquarters Company Commander,
Secretary of Cotillion Club, Photo Editor, Buccaneer, Naval Reserve,
Boating, Decorating Committee, Dancing Class, A.F.A.,s Wh0's Who
Q Three years ago there came to Farragut a true Southern gentleman from
E X Tybee Island who had ambition, determination and a spirit to make a good
R leader. This year as Battalion Adjutant. 4'Curley,' has shown his leadership
55 and has attained the respect and admiration of the faculty and Corps of Cadets.
Always full of fun and good cheer, 4'Curley'7 has always had a good word for
his fellow classmates. Although '4Curley,sM first love has been the Navy, his
l second love. known as 'gMrs. Bfi, has always been a close second. To you
'gCurley,i' we wish the best of luck in your future career in the Navy.
ROBERT VVHJJAM BURGE
1400 Conway Road
1950-51 Varsity Football, Second Class Petty Officer. Color Guard
Lefs go lo the pollf. llvllrlyu
Bobby came to us last fall from Orlando. ln his military life at Farragut '
he has risen to the rank of Second Class Petty Officer and was assigned to
the Color Guard. He played Intramural Basketball for the First Company and
then went out for Boating. All the friends Bobby made in his one year here ,
wish him the best of luck in whatever he may do.
EDWIN HOUGLAND BURTON
2318 Woodlawn Circle East
St. Petersburg, Florida
Upham, you made it, you eat it" f f f f
f X 1950-51
First Company, Boating, lntercompany Basketball, Photo Club,
Assistant Librarian, Apprentice Seaman
Band, lntercompany Football and Rowing Team, Crew of Vlfinning
Sailboat Race, Tennis, Swimming
First Class Petty Officer, Band, lntercompany Football, Basketball
and Softball. Cutter Crew, Senior Lifesaving Award. Rifle Team
Ensign, Band, Clee Club, Dance Band, Monogram Club, Decorating
Committee, Buccaneer Staff. Naval Reserve, Cotillion Club, Varsity
Football. Rifle Team
Eddie-better known by the boys in the Band as 'gllrummer Boywfhas
been with us for four long years. During his stay at Farragut his vast achieve-
ments have varied from drumming to football. ln these, he has excelled and
won recognition. His jovial personality has earned him respect and popularity
with his friends and classmates. Eddie is planning to enter the Citadel this
fall, and we all feel that in whatever he undertakes he will be a success.
Calzada y doce Edificio Pontiac Vedado
f f sk "But,Sir.'
194-8-49 Boating, lntercompany Football, Varsity Baseball, Second Company.
Dancing Class, Cutter Crew, Soccer
1949-50 Petty Officer First Class, Drill Team, JV Basketball, Varsity Base-
ball, lVlonogram Club, Color Company, Second Company, lnter-
company Football, Dancing Class, Weightlifting
1950-51 Petty Officer First Class, Varsity Baseball, lntercompany Volleyball,
Football. Monogram Club, Dancing Class, Weightlifting, Cotillion
Hscoopfi better known as one of the '4Gibson Boysf, has been with us
for quite a while. His laughing ways and easy-going manners are among the
things that we shall remember long after leaving here. Never to be forgotten
also are his fighting spirit and sportsmanship on the diamond. At last reports,
we hear that 6'Scoop', is planning to enter Havana University where we all
know that he will succeed. After graduation, he plans to go into business for
himself. To you, "Scoop,', we give our best wishes and good luck wherever
you may go.
,IoHN MCMULLEN CORE
6600 Fifth Avenue North
St. Petersburg, Florida
1951 Second Company, Softball, Cutter Crew
Ever since Johnny came to us after Christmas from Augusta Military,
he has been quite active about school. Being one of the lucky day students,
we do not know him as well as some of the other seniors, but from all he has
proved to us, we know that he will be a success in whatever he may do after
he leaves us. Good luck, Johnny.
THOMAS FRED DAY
1607 Holland Avenue
Phenix City, Alabama
t t t "Let,s go one timei,
194-8-49 lntercompany Football, Softball, Cotillion Club, Clee Club, Dance
Band, Rifle Team, Boating, Cutter Crew, Sharpshooter
194-9-50 Varsity Football Manager, Intercompany Softball, Clee Club. Dance
Band, Rifle Team, Cutter Crew, Band
1950-51 Varsity Football, Monogram Club, Varsity Baseball, Cotillion Club.
Farragut Mates, Second Company, Boating, Cutter Crew, A.F.A.,s
6'One Time Fredi, as he is best known to most of the Cadet Corps is a
standout among his fellow cadets. Always full of pep and life, Fred has made
himself a good name. Whenever there is anything going on, you can always
expect to find him in the middle of it. He won his HF7, this year as a tackle
on the Farragut Eleven, and has always been a key man in the extra-curricular
department, willing to lend a hand wherever necessary. We know that if he
continues in this way, his future years at Auburn and post-college life will be
successful. Keep plugging, Fred.
JOHN EVANS DEVEREUX
390 Cherry Street
KNOW Herefw t t
1911-9-50 Boating. Second Company. lntercompany Basketball and Softball,
l950-51 First Class Petty Officer, First Company, Intercompany Football.
Basketball and Softball
John first came to Farragut in the fall of ,49 from out of the wild west
state of Colorado. If you wanted to know just how many minutes tor even
seconds! there were left to the next vacation all you had to do was to ask
John. In the time he wasn't thinking about home. he managed to maintain
one of the highest averages in his class academically. In the military side of
A. F. A. life, he rose to the rank of First Class Petty Officer. John has been
one of the best liked boys here, making many friends in his two-year stay.
John hopes to go to Southern California to major in Business Administration.
So-long, MCowboy"gwe,ll miss you.
EMBREE H. DOWLING, JR.
1401 Conway Road
f "Now, back in Orlando we use I0
1950-51 Varsity Football, Baseball, Intramural Basketball. Second Class
Petty Officer, A.F.A.'s Whois Who
Embree came here last fall from Orlando and has made quite a record K
for himself in his one short year. Academically, he has been one of the top F
students in his class all year long. ln military life, he has risen to the rank
of Second Class Petty Officer. This spring he has been a valuable asset to the
baseball team. And on top of this. he has been one of the most popular cadets
in school. We all wish Embree the best of luck at the University of Florida
HAHRY WILSON DUKES
311 East Central Avenue
Thafs Iogicalu t
l950-51 Second Class Petty Ufficer. First Company, llifle Team. llinnacle
Stall. Glee Club
Certainly one of the most colorful and best liked cadets around Farragut
tllis year has been Harry Dukes. His aggressiveness and achievements in
military and academic work have made him very outstanding. He will long
be remembered by his fellow classmates for his jovial disposition and his
'4Theory of Logic." Keep it up, Harry. and you will earn everything you want
and always come out on top.
ltlczimno BHYoN ELLINOR
T31 West Lakeview Avenue
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1050-51 Varsity Basehall. Cotillion Clulv. Student Council. Tennis. First Class
Petty Officer. lfirst Company
This likable ehap is another of those men who came to us in Septcniher.
1950. lle has made l'PlllZll'lKHlTly swift progress fora first-year lnan at Farragut.
rising to the rank of First Class Petty Officer. Although outstanding in
military affairs. he heealne much hetter known around the campus as a great
all-around guy. Anywhere that there was laughter and nnerriment to he found.
there also was '6Curls." for these held as great a place in his life as academic
and naval affairs. The graduation of this cadet will he sorely felt by those
who have COINS to know hint well. Aside from the love of a good tinie. "Curls"
has been devoted to his fellow cadets. his work. and his school. qualities which
are Certain to carry a long way in the world ahead. Best of luck. 'lCurls." and
keep it Cool! ,
ALDEN HART ELSEA
6800 Montview Boulevard
,lunior lntercompany Football. Basketball. Tennis and Softball.
Junior Football Team
First Class Petty Officer. Junior lntercompany sports. Qualified
Band, lntercompany Football and Softball. Varsity Rifle Team.
Runner-up Senior Sailing Trophy. President. Fourth Class
First Class Petty Officer. Band, lntercompany Sports. Winner Senior
Sailing Trophy, Least Demeril Medal
Lieutenant, Band Commander. lntercompany Sports. Runner-up
Senior Sailing Trophy, Senior Publications Award. Most l'roficic-nt
llnderclassman Award. Editor. BilllIllCl6, Hop Committee
Commander. Battalion Commander. lntercompany Football. Varsity
Rifle Team, Expert lVlarksman Ribbon. President. Student Council.
Cotillion Club, Editor, Buccaneer, A.F.A.,s Wl1,o's Who
Alden. who is the last remainin cadet who entered Farra ut in its first
full year. came here in 1945 as a member of the Junior School. Since that
time. he has been active in all aspects of school life. athletic. academic and
military. ln the military side he has risen from a seaman to top rank in the
Battalion. Also, his performance as editor of the Blilllllllflf? and Bufmrarzeer are
noteworthy. Alden plans to enter the llniversity of Missouri under NROTC.
We know that he will be a success. and wish him the best of luck.
JOEL TED FINE
T205 Park Heights Avenue
Baltimore 8, Maryland
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f f f f f 'Els that squaw lapped'
Apprentice Seaman, Helm Sports Editor, Golf. Track, lntercompany
Junior School Football and Baseball. Coxswain of Cutter Crew.
Secretary of Seabees Club, Tennis Award
Varsity Football, Second Class Petty Officer, Billllllffle Staff, lnter-
company Basketball, Soccer, Softball, Wrestlilig, Golf, Glee Club,
Farragut Mates, Cutter Crew
Varsity Football, Monogram Club, Weight Lifting. Glee Club, Presi-
dent of Dramatic Club, Assistant Editor of Binnacle, First Class
Petty Officer, Farragut Mates, Second Outstanding Member of
Ensign. First Company, Varsity Football, Monogram Club, Golf,
Cadet Adviser of Binnacle, Circulation Manager of Buccaneer, Cutler
Crew. Clee Club. Cotillion Club, Student Council, A.F.A.7s Whois
ln the year 1946 "J, T.'7 first entered the portals of this Academy. He
hails from the great northern city of Baltimore of which he is always bragging.
He earned his first varsity letter on the Blue Jacket Football Team in his
sophomore year and gained admission to the exclusive Monogram Club. There
is no doubt that he has more or less had his finger in every pie in school, and
also worked himself up to the rank of Ensign. Wherever he goes. we know
that he will be a great success. Good luck. HJ. T..,' we're all behind you.
A rome 0 0 that
Josmin ltoYAL FoLsoiy1. III
Old Mt. Dora Road
l.95ll-51 St-cond Class Petty Officer. Color Guard. lntcrcompany lfoothall
and Volleyball. Sailing. Naval Reserve. Second in New Boy' Drill
joe. who 1-anne to us after graduating from Eustis High School. has rapidly
risen in his military and acadeinic life. and is an exceptional student in Naval
Scif-ilcv. His straightforwardnffss and fast thinking haw put hint. in the eyes
of many. whore he will not he soon forgotten. He is undecided ahout his
yor-ation. hut will study at the john H. Stetson liniyvrsity in l3Pl,and. Florida.
ln whatever he attempts we know he will sucfm-cd. and give him an vxtra wish
of "flood l,uc'k." and say. "So long. it's lwvn good to know yall"
JOSEPH AUTRY GREEN
116 West Alden Avenue
f "Hurry up, Speedy
F150-51 Second Class Petty Officer, Hand. lntercompany lfootlmll. Weight-
lifting. Hinnacle Staff. Dance Band. Glee Club
Joe. an easy going Southern Gentleman. comes to us from Valdosta. after
graduating from Valdosta High school last year. He has proven himself a
most capahle young man. hoth in academic standing and memher of the Hand.
He successfully passed the NRUTC exam in Decemher and plans to attend the
lniversity of North Carolina next. where we feel he will continue his good
work as he has done here. VUL' all wish you luck. "Preacher," May wtmtever
you undertake he il success. Good-hye and the hest of luck.
Ya got any food?"
EDWARD MARK HANNA
15110 North East Second Avenue
First Company. Varsity Swimming Team. lntereompany Football.
liaslxetball and Soccer. Boxing. 'l'ennis. Color Company'
First Class Petty' Uffieer. First Company. Swimming Team. lnter-
eompany Football. Basketball and Softball. Debating Club. Cutter
Ensign. First Company. Varsity Football and Swimming. lnter-
company Basketball. Senior Life Saying. llramalit' Club
Lieutenant. Second Company' Commander. lntereompany' Football
and Softball. Cotillion Club. Weight Lifting. fX.l7.A.'s Whrfs Who.
"1'nele Eddie," as the boys in the Second Company know him. came to
Farragut four years ago. He has always been looked upon by' his shipmates
with great respect and has excelled in every field. Although he hails from
' Miami. he classifies himself as a "True Yankeeii as he was born in Detroit.
lVliehigan. Eddie hopes to attend West Point next year. as he was the only
cadet nominated by the Academy to take the examinations. We know that
Eddie is an all-round person who is dependable to the end and will succeed.
So we wish you the best of luck. Eddie. both in college and in your later life.
HIRAM Soi.oMAN JACKSON, JR.
2334 Sixth Avenue North
St. Petersburg. Florida
f HCOUIJ be.,
l950-51 Third Class Petty Officer. First Company Boating. Day Student.
A.F.A.'s Whrfs Who
Hiram. who is an easy-going rehel. was originally from Griffin. Georgia.
hut now resides in St. Pete. Maintaining one of the highest averages in the
Senior Class. he is very well known to everyone. Next year he plans to enter
Georgia lnstitute of Technology. We know that he will succeed in any field
he enters. Keep up the good work. Hiram, for the dividends will soon he here.
lVI1cHAa1. EDGAR KEENAN
1516 Kenwood Avenue North
St. Petersburg. Florida
Now Barbara andl ..... " f f f f
lntercompany Football, Basketball, Baseball, Sailing, Science Club.
Swimming, Second Company
Second Class Petty Officer, Second Company, lntercompany Foot-
ball, Baseball, Basketball, Swimming. Binnacle Staff. Decorating
Ensign, Second Company, Minor Football Letter. Varsity Basket-
ball Letter, Varsity Baseball. Sailing. Swimming. Binnaclc Stall,
Lieutenant Commander, Battalion Staff, President Cotillion Club.
Treasurer lVlonogram Club. Decorating Committee, Varsity Foot-
ball, lntercompany Softball, Swinnning, Sailing, Business Manager.
Buccaneer, Drill Team Commander, A.F.A.'s Wh0's Who
t Four long years ago HlVlike" bestowed upon us an honor: he came to
Farragut. He bas had his ups and downs with the best of us. but this year has
succeeded in attaining the second highest rank in the Battalion. Not only that,
but he has shown and proven his worth on the football field and the basketball
court. His example is one that should be followed for many years to come.
ln whatever you do when you leave here i'lVlike." we all wish you good luck.
,Innes AliRAHAlVl KING, Jn.
l19 West Avondale Drive
Creenshoro. North Carolina
t t t f "No Luke, I wasn't smolrin
1947-48 Band. lntercompany Athletics. Boating
1943-49 Petty Officer Third Class. Band. Intercompany Athletics. Boating
l9fli9-50 Petty Officer First Class. Second Class Winner of Tillllhi Current
Affairs Test. lntercompany Athletics. Boating. Hand F
1950-Sl Chief Petty Officer, Band. lntcreompany Athletics. Boating
1 . f
"jim'7 will he long and fondly rememhered hy those who have been his K
classmates. ln his four years at Farragut. he has been a loyal supporter of the
Band. and has shown fine progress in hoth military and academic achieve-
ments. He is well noted for his slow, southern drawl which adds all the more
to his great personality. We here at Farragut feel it has heen a pleasure serving 1?
with Jim. and it ish him the hest of luck in his future career.
JonN HAYwooD I,oY, JR.
301 Cidgewood Avenue
Burlington. North Carolina
Wlmlis il go! to 110 with the price of eggs in Clz,inaf"' f
1051 Cotillion Club. Sailing, Golf, Art Editor of Blll?Cl1lIC6l'
N 'i1,uigi7' came to us from North Carolina right after Christmas leave. He
' swung quickly
sailing, was a
liked hobby is
that he will be
into Farragut life. ready for anything. He is a real whiz at
sailing instructor before joining us. Next to sailing his best
Cartooning. With his high scholastic standing we can be sure
successful in his study of medicine at the University of North
Turzonoma HEWETT MCANLX'
828 Twenty-second Avenue North
St. Petersburg. Florida
f f f f al,CIl!lillg action, always puulzn, muon
Band. Cadet Dance Orchestra, lntercompany Football. Cutter Crew.
Vice-President of Fourth Class. Varsity Rifle Team
First Class Petty Officer. Band. Cadet Dance Orchestra. Varsity
Football. Cutter Crew. Rifle Team
linsign. Band. Cadet llance Orchestra. Varsity Football. lVlonogram
Club. Coxwain Cutter Crew. lntercompany Softball. Rifle Team.
Expert Rifleman, Highest Score lntercompany Rifle Matches
First Company. Football Manager. Farragut Mates. Boating. First
Company Hifle Team. A.F.A.'s Whois Who
"Mardi entered our school four long years ago in 194-T. Ever since that
time he has been a "spark plug" in the Farragut motor. He has been on the
Rifle Team each year and played football on the Blue Jacket eleven. and even
after an injury discontinued his playing. he was always on the field helping
in any way possible. "lVlaci' was most of the time one of the important mem-
bers of any bull session on the canteen porch and we are truly going to miss
both of them. Put it in high. 'glVlac.i' and don't slow down. you're not a
jonN ROBERT NICIGAICTY
l9T Candee Avenue
Say ville. New York
Calf! wait until summern t
i951 lntereonlpany Softhall and Golf
When John entered Farragut this year. he eame to us from Sayville High
School. in Sayville, Long Island. Unfortunately. he came too late to par-
ticipate in varsity athletics as he had there. hut he proved his worth in inter-
COIIIPHIIQ athletics. John doesn't seem to like Florida weather too well as he
is a true HYankee." and wants to get hack to that Certain girl at home. Good
luek. John. well miss you.
Josizvn EUGENE MITCIUQLL
4-535 Second Avenue North
St. Petersburg. Florida
f f f f 'ifust orltzzlm
lntercompany Foothall. Basketball and Softluall. Volleyliall. Track.
Tennis. Boxing. Sailing. Science Cluh
First Class lletty Officer, Gold Medal for Swimming and Diving.
Tennis. Cutter Crew. City Diving Champion. Second High in City
Chief lletty Officer. llance Rand. Cold Nledal for Swimming and
Diving. lntercompany Tennis. liaskethall. Foothall. Sailing. Cold
Medal for Track
linsign. First Company. lntercompany Footlaall. Tennis. Swimming.
Diving. A.F.A.'s Wlufs Who
ln the past four years. "lVlitch" has become a synonym for perfection in
swimming and diving. He has not only excelled in aquatics. hut in other
things as well. His hard work and constancy have won him the rank of Cadet
Ensign. Ask the cadets in his platoon and each one will tell you that he is
proud to he one of 'Wlitchis lvoysf' 'Wlitchi' has gained the admiration and
respect of his fellow classmates by his quiet way and the fact that he has a
good word for everybody. "Mitch" has truly heen an asset to the school and
we can feel certain that he will succeed in anything he undertakes.
MILES REBS lVl0FFATT, III
6 6 V 37
The mail in yet, Teclfw f
l950-5l Band. Boating. Cotillion Club. lntereompany Softball and lfoothall
It was a rainy day during the hurricane season when Terry first calm'
to Farragut. He claims that he will never forget the day. When he walked
in the front door he was greeted by Elsea who immediately told him to 'lStand
' upf' He has heen quite active this year as a memher of the Band and also as
a member of the lv. S. Naval Reserve. liven though Terry is a true northerner.
he claims to like the south and wouldnlt mind spending his winters here. This
summer Terry plans to go to New London. Connecticut. with the Submarine
SJ Division of the Naval Reserve. Good luck in your future life, Terry.
JonN v HJJANIb4ORRE,JR.
1221 Ninth Avenue South
St. Petersburg. Florida
f f f t'Bo11by. rlirl you say to lake the Company
1948-49 Varsity Basketball, Monogram Club, Farragut Mates. lntercompany
Softball. Wilirler of Mrs. Robinsonis Tennis Trophy
I94-9-50 Varsity Football, Basketball and Baseball, Monogram Club. Hop
Committee, Decoration Committee. Farragut Mates. First Class
Petty Officer, First Company. Winner of Mrs. Robinson's Tennis
Trophy. Binnacle Staff
1950-51 Varsity Football, Basketball and Baseball. Captain. Basketball Team.
Vice-President of Monogram Club, Vice-President of Senior Class.
Farragut Mates, Cotillion Club. A.F.A.'s Who's Who
Upon ",locko's'i arrival at Farragut three years ago. he immediately
began to show his natural ability on the athletic field. He is one of the few
three-letter men in the school and has accomplished this feat twice. Ilis
achievements however. do not cease at this point: his never ending popularity
was not solely because of his athletic ability, but also because of his sense of
humor. During his stay on board, he developed into a fine man and we know
that whatever he may endeavor to do in the future will be a tremendous
ROBERT CHARLES MoRR1s
1221 Ninth Avenue South
St. Petersburg, Florida
Take the company, fackiefn f f f
1948-49 Varsity Football, Baseball, Monogram Club, Hop Committee, Rifle
Team, First Company, Cutter Crew, Second Class Petty Officer,
Runner-up in lntercompany Rifle Match
1949-50 Varsity Football, Basketball, and Baseball, Monogram Club, Chief
Petty Officer, First Company, lntercompany Rifle Team, Vice-
President of Second Class
X 1950-51 Varsity Football Captain, Varsity Basketball and Baseball, Mono-
gram Club, Vice-President of Student Council, Lieutenant Junior
C Grade, First Company Commander, lntercompany Rifle Team,
Secretary of Monogram Club, Treasurer of Senior Class
R Bobby is one of the most outstanding members of the Farragut Senior
X Crew. For the past three years he has excelled as an officer, Sportsman and
L cadet and has risen to the grade of Lieutenant junior Grade, as First Company
Commander. ln his three years Bob has played all three major sports and has
gi' earned his letter in each of them. ln all ways, his life here has been a success
since the word go. We all know that his future undertakings will be as success-
Q ful as his past ones.
'l'noMAs FRANKLIN NEWMAN
6004- Sixth Avenue North
St. Petersburg, Florida
1949-50 Third Class Petty Officer, Band. lntercompany Football. Soccer.
Basketball. Softball, Track, Swimming, Baseball Manager. Dance
Band. Clee Club
1950-51 Second Class Petty Officer. Band. lntercompany Football. Volley-
ball, Basketball, Giee Club
Tom's arrival in '49 was truly a boon to Farragut. for since then he has
excelled in his every undertaking. His undying diligence and spirit will truly
carry him far beyond his present expectations. To him we give our best wishes
and 'Gbest of luck."
ENRIQUE OLAVAHRIA Y VA1.IEN'rl-1
6 No. 33 ent. 3a. y 5ta. Avenue
Miramar, Havana, Cuba
Cuba is lhe best country in the world" f f f t
Boating, Varsity Baseball, Weightliftixig. Second Company. Touch
Football, lntercompany Basketball
Boating, Varsity Baseball, lntercompany Football. Basketball. Petty
Officer First Class, Second Company. Cutter Crew. lVlarksman
Petty Officer First Class, Drill Team, Varsity Baseball, lntercompany
Football, Basketball, Monogram Club, First Company
Petty Officer First Class, First Company. Varsity Baseball, Mono-
gram Club, lntercompany Volleyball. Football. Dancing Class, Cutter
Crew, Cotillion Club
This jovial young gentleman, a native of Cuba, came to us four long and
eventful years ago. Since that time he bas proven his worth many times over.
When HGordo', leaves here this year, Farragut's loss will be Cuba's gain.
Rumor has it that after finishing college nCordo" will return to Cuba and enter
into business. We all know that no matter what he chooses, he will succeed.
for '4Gordo's', undying fighting spirit will carry him to success.
RoBERT ASHLY PACE
1414 North Barcelona Street
f f Woolee'
l949f5ll Set-ond Class Petty Officer, Golf. Football. Tennis. Swimming. Sail
ing. llop Committee. National Golf Foundation Award. AFA
l95ll-51 Ensign. lfirst Company. lllll'I'l'0llllJilIly Foolliall. Boating. Slllllll
Cotillion Cluln. lVlicl-Year Graduate. A.F.A.'s Whois Wlro
The "Rooster" came to us from the Northern School last year and gave
us only one regret: that was that he clid not come soon enough. He was a
fine "Southern Gentleman" in every sense of the word. His likeable ways and
easy-going manner will carry him far. The last news we had from him. he is
at Chapel Hill. where he is making out quite well. To the "Rooster." we wish
not only that the rain may fall. hut that he may have the best of luck and
sueeeed in whatever he may clo.
ARMANDO PONCE DE LEON
Avenue Acosta No. 563
You give il lo me, Coachv f f f
l94-8-419 Boating, Varsity Basketball, Baseball, First Place Field Day
gram Club, First Company. Cutter Crew. Weightliftillg.
194-9-50 Petty Officer Second Class, Varsity Basketball, Baseball.
Monogram Club, Boating, Drill Team. First Company
1950-51 Petty Officer Second Class, Varsity Basketball, Baseball.
f lntercompany Football, Nlonograni Club. First Company.
Since "Flaco,s', arrival at Farragut three years ago. it has been
X 'S to us many times over that NGood things come in small packagesfi
unmatched skill and undying spirit on both the basketball court and the base-
ball Cliamond have made him one of the more valuable assets. He tells us that
next year he plans to enter college and after finishing. return to Cuba to choose
his profession. ln whatever his choice, may he be a great success.
RICHARD SUIT PRATHER
1675 Seventeenth Street North
St. Petersburg, Florida
f f 6'Caesar rides again f
1949-50 Second Class Petty Officer, First Company Dramatic Club, Inter-
company Football and Volleyball, Boating, First Aid Class
1950-51 Ensign, First Company, Clee Club, Sailing Crew. Boating, Qualified
Boat Handler, Binnacle Staff I
When NDick" came to A.F.A. in 54-9. he immediately broke into society
with his ever-ready smile and happy-go-lucky Way. He has succeeded in all
of his undertakings here at Farragut and has attained the rank of Ensign. He K
has also succeeded in his senior year to keep two jumps 1' short ones at that! O
ahead of the draft. He is a very loyal rebel and starts every day with a fond
glance at the Confederate flag. His gay laughter and much appreciated good
humor will be missed in the years to come. So long, Dick, and the best of
luck to you.
JOHN EVANS RICHARDSON, JR.
104 Trigg Court
Save your breath Weber, lim not Iisleningu f f
19419-50 Band. lntercompany lfootball. Basketball. Clee Club. Tennis. Dancing
Class. Most Progressive Cadet Award. Senior Lifesaving Award
N 1050-51 Petty Uffieer First Class. Band. lntercompany lfootball. Wf?iglll'
, lifting. Glee Club. Cotillion Club. Tennis. Devoration Committee.
l fX.l7.A.'s Whois Who. Salutatorian
NR "Richey," as be is better known by all the Farragut Cadet, hails from
l the good old State of Kentucky. ln the two years that he has been with us.
this red-headed Chap has progressed in quick wit and bubbling personality.
Since his ambition is to be a lawyer. he feels very much at home in the midst
of a heated argument. Next year he plans to attend the lfniversity of Virginia
SJ and attain his ambition. All the success in the world. kid. Good Luck.
HENRY HEWITT ROBERTS, JR.
824 West Forty-seventh Street
1V1iami Beach. Florida
f f "You ll0ll7f know. 110 ya?
1949-50 First Company. Swimming Team. Clee Club. Varsity Football. lnter-
company Basketball. Baseball
1950-51 Varsity Football. Basketball Manager. Monogram Club. Farragut
Mates. A.1i1.A.,s Whois Who
"Hank" came to us last year from Miami Beach. It took bim only il
short time to establish himself. with bis wit and sharp personality making him f J
the main attraction in bull sessions and in classrooms. His personality alone F
was not the only thing which led to his popularity. His athletic ability was
exceptional: as a football player he was excellent. His popularity with the
girls earned him the nickname of "Rapid Robertsi' with some of his closer -1 2
friends. 'gHank,' is planning to attend the 1'niversity of 1V1iami and we all l
wish him the best luck. . .5
CHARLES HENRY ROSE, III
SI Bournedale Road South
lVlanhasset, Long Island, N. Y.
How many more days?,' t t
1949-50 Second Company, Sailing, Clee Club. Swimming, Boating
1950-51 First Class Petty Officer, Second Company. Sailing. Boating. Clee
Club. Dance Door Committee. Cotillion Club
N Charlie entered Farragut at the beginning of the second semester last
R year. Due to his great personality, he has acquired many friends. His sense
55 of humor keeps us going when life seems hardest. and even though he thinks
mostly of the weekends, his academic work has steadily improved. Charlie's
main interest lies in boating in which he is quite adept. He is planning to
l enter Florida Southern next fall, and we all know that he will do well there.
CCD Good luck. Charlie.
"Scully" came to us four years ago as a boy. and left here as a well
seasoned man. His brilliant mind and likeable ways will leave him well worn
into our memories for many years to come. 6'Scotty," who was one of our two
mid-year graduates. came to us from Bermuda. where at last report he was
planning to enter college. No matter what he may do. we send him our best
wishes and good luek in succeeding years.
t f f f "Donal snmlfe in llze lleml, King
Qualified Boat llandler. Library Club. Boating. Tennis. lnter-
Petty Offiver First Class. First Company. Boating. Tennis. Svulling
Chief Petty Officer. Tennis. Swimming. Boating. lntereompany
Basketball. Color Guard
Chief Petty Officer. Color Guard, Tennis. lntercompany Football.
Wveightlifting. Wlid-Year Graduate
JOHN SINCLAIRE, JR.
Have I got troubles?" f f f
1943-49 Third Class Petty Officer, Color Company. lntercompany Athletics.
Clee Club. Hop Committee, Binnacle Staff
1949-50 First Class Petty Officer, Color Company. Cheerleader. lntercom-
pany Athletics, Glee Club, Binnacle Staff. Hop Committee, junior
Varsity Basketball, Dramatic Club
X l950-Sl Ensign, Second Company, Cheerleader, Clee Club. lntercompany
Athletics. Cotillion Cluh Treasurer. Buccaneer Advertising Manager,
A.F.A.,s Whois Who
N It was a great day for Farragut when "Stinkey,7' also known as John
A Sinclaire, junior, Esquire joined us. Since that day, he has carved himself
quite a niche in all our minds. His unever-say-diei' spirit and constant drive
have also helped him to rise to the rank of Ensign where he has done a great
job. He tells us that he has been accepted at the "Citadel" where we know
that he cannot fail. We all want to send him on his way with the time honored
4'Well Done" and the best of luck in the following years.
ERNEST FREDERICK TRESSELT
2200 Griffin Street
f f "You crazy foolfu
1949-50 Varsity Football and Baseball. Junior Varsity Basketball. Boating.
1950-51 Varsity Football, Basketball and Baseball. Boating. lVlonogram Club.
Since Ernie's arrival at Farragut. two years ago. his sparkling personality f
and witty sense of humor have established him as one of the finest cadets this FJ
school has hacl. On the gridiron his never-ending courage and fight developerl
him into one of the finest football players. ln the classroom his natural ability
found in the nearest "bull sessionl' telling his favorite jokes. Ernie is planning
enabled him to pass all his subjects with excellent grades. He can always ba- b
to attend the Rice lnstiiute. Best of luck to you in whatever you do, Ernie.
JoHN SHERMAN UPHAM, JR.
Tarpon Springs, Florida
Thalis all, brolherfw f f f
1948-49 Varsity Football, Swimming Team, Petty Officer Third Class, Band.
Clee Club, Binnacle Staff
1949-50 Second Class Petty Officer, Band. Dance Band, Clee Club, HilIlll1C1C
Staff, Rifle Team, Varsity Football, Swimming Team, Naval Reserve
1950-51 First Class Petty Officer, Band, Manager, Varsity Football, Clee
X Club, Swimming Team, Buccaneer Staff, Naval Reserve. Nlonogram
Three years ago Johnny lknown as "Greek"l came to Farragut from
Tarpon Springs. Since then, he has always had a good word for everyone,
N and will be long remembered for it. He has been proficient in both academic
Q and naval science subjects in his three years, and has risen to the rank of
First Class Petty Officer in the Band. He has been a member of the llnited
States Naval Reserve for more than a year and has been doing good work
there. We all are hoping that we will keep up the good work in his future years
1 at the University of Pennsylvania where he is planning to enter in September.
Rest of luck and smooth sailing.
pdf!! Qfzcwlccczle W
ALFRED EDWARD WALKER
3041 Selden Road
Iron River, Michigan
A IU fcensorerll
1950-51 Second Company, lntercompany Football. Swimming. Photographer
of Hinnacle, Student Council, Boating
Since the day in September when "Cong0i' walked in the front door he
has displayed his many talents and abilities and has become one of the boys.
Ri ht now 'alfdasw main ambition is to enter the Liniversitv of Wisconsin next
fall and graduate with a degree in engineering. We all wish him boundless
good fortune in whatever he may do after he leaves Farragut.
Joram WILLIAM WEBER
201 Roslyn Road
lloslyn Heights. New York
Cel off the phone, gona call lane" f f
1949-50 Band. Cutter Crew, Red Cross Senior Life Saving Award. J. V.
Basketball. lntercompany Softball, Naval Reserve
1950-51 Petty Officer First Class, Band, Cutter Crew. Glee Club. lnter-
eompany Softball, Naval Reserve. Cotillion Club
E N Two years ago from Roslyn, New York. came blond-headed Buddy
R Weber. Since then, Buddy had brought to our recognition quite a few persons
' of the female sex. the most recent of whom is a cute blonde known to all as
Jane. Whenever it would be time for a phone call. there would be Buddy
tieing up the lines as usual talking to his one and only. Buddy plans to attend
l the Citadel next year and major in Electrical Engineering. We all wish him
the best of luck with his future career.
JON R. FORTM AN
ROY ll. CARLSQN
ARTHUR B. IBLAIRIIQ
DUANE C. CAROLYNIQ
JAMES C. lVloRr:ToN
Pmrzn J. HARRISON
LEWIS C. BRILI-IY
RICHARD S. CART1-:R
Humtlrr R. CHAMBx,l5lc, Ju.
S'r1zvm:N C. COWIN
Glcoucr W. Emrzusow
JMJK R. FISKIQ
EDWARD Y. CLlcvr:LANn
Crlfuxuss M. DEBATS
DOUGLAS R. AVENUE
CH ARLES R. Goonmc H
THOMAS D. HOWE
JAMES F. IANs0N
ROGER H. LUCAS
ALAN l. MACLEAN
FRED E. HOWLAND
RICHARD E. LAUGHNER
DANIEL R. LUNIN
GEORGE R. MARTIN, JR.
JOHN W. MORRISON, JR.
JAMES L. SLEMONS
BASIL N. MERSPIREAU
RALPH L. MORRISON, JR
Washington, D. C.
EDWARD G. SCHWOPPE
MARTIN A. SMITH
CHARLES C. STURGELI
HENRY S. VAUGHN
WALTER T. WEST
lhissml. B. l',x'r'1'ERsoN
STIIAIVI' V. 'I'1lol:N
Romcnr G. AI.l'IXANDl'IR
J0uN A. Hxumcrx
WILLIS L. Awnlcusolw,
JAMES A. Coxmsu
JUAN DEL Cumo
WILLIAM H. EVERETT
JOHN D. CUINNESS
WILLIAM L. LEAVER
LUIS R. MARURI
WARREN B. PEARSON
STEPHEN S. GIRARD, JR.
C. RICHARD IKE
FRANKLIN M. MALLORY
JOHN M. PAFFORD
CII, R. SALAME
ARTHUR E. TORANO
LAWRENCE B. UPHAM
Joss R. VENDRELL, JR.
WILLIAM A. SCHOBEL
EDWARD E. STIVERS
FREDRICK B. TREMBATH
Llawls M. Wlclss
ROBERT H. H. WILBUR
ARMANDO J. WIRSIIING
PAUL J. JURRO
A1.mcRT J. ARMSTRONG
EARL li. BOLENDER
101-:L M. BOYDICN
ANTHONY D. H. WII.BUR
D. ANDRR BARON
CARTER E. BOND
MANUEL J. BRANA
RICHARD W. CARR
HENRY L. CUSTER
MICHAEL J. GERRITS
RICHARD A. ISABEI.
BRICE A. MOREAU
CHESTER C. CROSS, JR.
ARTHUR EMMERSON, ,IR
ROBERT R. GREGORY
PAUL W. LONC
JOSEPH M. PELLAR
HARRY G. PETRICEK
HAROLD R. SARGA
DONALD ZUM FELDE
J 0515 SALAZAR
STUART H. SMITH
DAVID T. T11-:RN1-:Y
WILI.IAN1 H. ALLEN
HOWARD L. BIQIIRIQY. JR.
OLIVER P. CANNON
MARK EMDPIN, JR.
WII,LIANI M. FAY, JR.
IIUIJNEY A, HARKEN
DoRRANc:I': W. BLIIM
CII.LI:'r'r F. CARI:
DAVID G. FAGIQN, JR.
FRI-IDERICR A. FLRMINC
'l'noM.As W. FLYNN
PATRICK T. GEmm's
Jlcsus A. GONZALEZ
llwnxlc J. lln,.IEn
,lfmllzs C. Huumzs
M1c:nAI4:L W. GAYNOR
KI-INNETII N. H 1a.un,m'
ROBERT D. HoI.L.mxn
THOMAS R. ISABE1.
ll I R CHOOI.
CRAIG K. KELLOG
DONALD E. LAUGHNER
THOMAS S. LICGETT
WILLIAM R. Lov
EDWARD J. MAIRR, JR.
LARRIE W. LAIRD
JOHN M. LIGCETT
ARTHUR J. Locnq, JR.
WILLIAM G. MCCONNELL
JON R. MARDI-:N
ll I RSCI'I00l
CHARLES T. MILLER
CHARLES S. NEAL
KENNETH A. ROBERTS
BRUCE H. SAVAGE
RICHARD B. MOFFATT
STANLEY F. PHOTIADIS
lULIo A. SANCHI-QZ
DERWIN B. SMITII
W1l.1,1,xM li. Smzwxsm
liomcm A. Somawsm
Ci1Am.i:s li. Sonicwsicw
.llxmx L. 'limluz
'I'HoMAs M. Wfxmox
ARTHUR l. WEBBPIR, JR.
IJANIFIL E. Wlczxmwmzn
'l'uURI.Axn T. Wu,KlNsoN, .ln
vi'-31 X ,,,k,
THE BATTALIDII STAFF
CDH A. H. ELSEA
I l ll. Ii. l4mwNsm1,l. Uillli NI. li. Kiel-:N. xN
llfjllllllll lz'gx'e'c'11li1'r' l,ffil'l'l'
1l'U .l. A. CUNNIQI: CPU Ii. S. Pla.-x'1'l1lcn
HIIIIIIHUII Cvlliff l11xtr11f'tor junior Sr-lmnl
Xllss K-XIIIQN Nrzlsux. Spmrxnr
THE FIRST COMPANY
LTJG R. C. MORRIS
Compan y Commander
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Shortly after the end of the First Semester, a group of the 18 hest drilled
cadets were organized into a drill team and called the Farragut lVlates.
Under the leadership of Cadet LCDR Michael E. Keenan and the direc-
tion of l,CUl. Henry D. Strunk, they worked into a precision drill team
performing hoth exhibition and standard movements. They also acted as an
honor guard for the Inspecting Officers from Washington at Government
The men of this group have good reason to he proud of the red liar that
exemplifies this select organization. ln this, its third year, the Farragut Mates
have gone far toward keeping up the tradition of heing a fine military organi-
zation, and through the hard work of its members has set the pace for drill
teams of the future.
U. S. NAVAL IIISPECTIUII
On the 24th of April, 1951, the Admiral Farragut Academy, St. Peters-
burg, Florida, underwent its Sixth annual Naval Inspection in an effort to
retain its rating as a Naval Honor School. The Inspecting party was headed
by Commander J. C. Andrews, U. S. Navy, and consisted of Commander C. ll.
Cunningham, U. S. Navy, from Tampa, Florida, representing the Comman-
dant ofthe Sixth Naval District, and Mr. B. H. Moran, who is the assistant
to the Director of Training in the Navy Department.
An honor guard ofthe Farragut Mates under the direction of Cadet LCDR
M. E. Keenan greeted the inspecting party at the entrance to the Academy, and
Side Boys under the command of Cadet CDR A. H. Elsea piped them aboard
at the entrance to the main building.
After meeting the Executive Board, they made an inspection of the
Academy facilities. Then they made an inspection of the Academic Classes,
entering many ofthe classes, including those in Naval Instruction. They then
saw an exhibition of weapons in the front of the building and a semaphore
ln the afternoon, the corps put on a Ceremonial Parade and Review fol-
lowed by an exhibition drill of the Butts Manual and Stack Arms. After the
Parade the inspection party proceeded to the waterfront where they witnessed
a Whaleboat race and some exhibition sailing.
After departing at 1500, they said that it was one of the most impres-
sive shows they had ever seen.
Liberty was granted to the corps from 1530 to 2130 as a result of the
excellent appearance that day.
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Se-pkenxber 29 Chvarwater Clearwater 0 37
Ovlohs-r T Dade City Home 9 42
04-mba-r X3 Brandon Brandon 6 12
October 20 Ft. Pierce Vt. Pkerce U 43
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News-xnXwr 3 'SL Leo Home X3 35
Nuwxnlner U3 Wnnauma Home 3-1 9
Nuvmnber XT Brewster Tech. Tampa 9 K2
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Standing, left to right, Coach Parrish, Tresselt, Blackwell, Carolyne. Burge. Ather. Keenan. Morrison. J.. Day. fNls'Anly. Up-
ham. J.. Second Row, Vaughn, Tinoco, Perez, Moreton, Carlson, Hammitt. Fine. Martinez. Roberts. H.. Morris. R.. Silling.
Xlorris. J.. Conner. Burton, Ballory. Sehwoppe, Emerson, Benedetli, Broome.
Beneath the hot Florida sun, Farragut started to
mold together a new squad to bear the title of Blue-
jackets. lt was early in September and twenty-five
boys, most of whom were green as the grass of Ken-
tucky, and a new coach started the painstaking steps
of conditioning and separating the men from the
boys. As usual, the chips were down, but spirit
never died. After three weeks of gruelling practice,
the Jackets opened against the Clearwater Torna-
does, who had a thirty-one game winning streak and
were also the South Florida champions. The lack
of experience showed up in this first encounter for
the Jackets fell 37-0. Dade City also proved out of
our class. Starting like the powerful team that they
were, the Pirates racked up a 42-0 score. A deter-
mined Farragut eleven next took on the Brandon
Eagles. The Jackets marched 250 yards against the
Eagles, and were on the Eagle 10 after a 70-yard
march when the final whistle blew. A disappointed
Jacket elevcen left the field after a 12-6 loss. The
strongest foe was yet to come in the Ft. Pierce Eagles.
A harder fought battle could not have been waged.
and falling to a 47-0 score could be taken with a
little lighter heart. The Ft. Pierce hospitality, how-
ever, was the finest that could be had, and the squad
returned home with a good taste in their mouth.
The Bolles School of Jacksonville played host to the
Bluejackets next. The Sailoris motor was cold on
that day. and after much trying it finally warmed
up. But time was the element for the Jackets started
too late and came out on the short end of a 27-0
score. The old rivalry with the St. Leo Lions also
proved unsuccessful. A hard game was fought, with
the Bluejackets running out of the T-formation for
the first time of the season. The Lions won 32-13.
The team was now coming to life. and after another
week of hard practitce, bounced back to beat Wi-
mauma Wildcats 34--0. The team was rolling now.
and the little self-confidence which was badly needed
was ejected into the squad. But injuries blossomed
again, and we entered our last game against Brew-
ster Tech of Tampa poorly undermanned. Brewster
slipped by with a 12-0 score. This finished the season
for Admiral Farragut. Although not a very impres-
sive record the Bluejackets fought hard and never
let up. Many lettermen are leaving us this year as
last. and the best wishes for a successful season go
to the boys who will return next year. For even
though our records are not impressive. every game
was played i11 a hard, rugged, and sportsmanlike
mannerg the Fighting Bluejacket manner. The motto
of the year could very well be "lt makes no difference
whether you win or lose. but how you play the gamef'
VAUGHN BLACKWELL MORRIS, R. FINE
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llarry Parrish. took the five returning lettermen
from last yearis team and around them built a re-
markahle quintet. The team. though sorely lacking
in height. made up for this handicap hy its amazing
speed and aggressiveness. The Jackets came to the
dislriel tournament at Tarpon Springs with a record
of seven nins and two losses ttlie best reeord of any
team in Sl. Petershurgt. Farragut played Brandon.
a highly improved team since the first time the two
teams had met earlier in the season. It was a give
and take game all the way up to the last few minutes
when Brandon pulled ahead and finally won 55-445.
knocking the ,laekets out of the tournament. Al-
though the Blue jackets lost in their quest for a
tournament championship. the season can hardly
go down as anything hut a successful one. Although
all hut one of the starting alive" are graduating. we
still can see a bright future for next year's "Fight-
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THE BLUE JACKET NINE
Taking the reins of the Farragut nine for his
first year, Coach Harry Parrish did a commendable
job. By putting a new catcher and some added re-
serve strength together with the returning letter
men, he fielded an excellent team. Posting a record
of 6 wins and 3 losses, the Jackets lived up to the
spirit and hustle of the previous Farragut teams.
All in all, the 1951 baseball season, highlighted by
a perfect no-hit no-run game against New Port
Richey, was a grand success. With the graduating
of all but one of this year's starting nine the future
looks dark, but the spirit is high so we know that
the team of '52 will carry on the never-say-die atti-
tude that so typicalizes a Farragut team. Best of
luck to the team of 1952.
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At last we had our two weeks vacation. There we were, HJ. T.', and
6'Benny," cruising across the country on our way to a summer resort. We
looked at our gas gauge and almost flipped our lids. It was gasping for a
drink. We pulled into the nearest service station and what did we find, but
the five ex-charm school girls who rushed out of the Spanish Style shack to
attend our needs. They were fast indeed for it wasnit Very long before we
were under way. We rode along, "but what the heck, for me and that Mercury
was neck and neckf' fSay, how did that get in here?l We went along for
many miles taking in the scenery and the pomp and splendor of the country-
side. Then we happened to see a sign along the road. lt read, '6Visit Far-
ragut Heights, the most up and coming town this side of Ybor Cityf' I don't
know how it happened, but all I do know is that in the next few minutes the
car started to spit, stutter, cough, and then it died. We got out to see what
the trouble was and decided that it had finally happened. After all these
years, the old buggy had thrown its last fit. We swept the remains into the
ditch and began to hitch-hike. It was not long before we saw an odd-shaped
vehicle, commonly known as a tractor, traveling toward us. Behind the wheel
sat uOne Time" Fred Day who offered us a ride to Farragut Heights. We
dubiously accepted, not knowing the horrible condition of the road which
we later learned had been built by the multi-million dollar uAther Con-
Upon reaching the town, we were most heartily welcomed by the town,s
mayor, Alden H. Elsea, who since we had last seen him had cultivated a
goatee. He was accompanied by his capable assistant and adviser, "Michael
U,Keenan," who previous to his political career was a professional basket-
ball player and had spent his last season "barn-storming" with the '6Harlem
Globe Trottersf, We decided then and there that we should again find a
home at "Farragut.', We ventured into a realty office run by 'gSquare Deal"
McAnly and that very day moved into our new home which we had financed
through the easy going terms of a local loan company, "Morris y Morris, Incf'
The terms were so easy, in fact, that we were able to purchase also a custom
built automobile from 'LUncle Ed Hanna,s" New and Used Car Lot. We
were informed by Uncle Ed that the body and engine were created, and we
do mean created, by J im King, noted automotive engineer.
That night we decided to do the town, so accompanied by a real man
about town, 4'Gil Broome," we entered "Upham's Greek Fish Housef, As
we Walked in the door, whom should We find as headwaiter but "Big Harry"
Dukes, and on his staff, still waiting tables were Mllebeln Loy, 'LTony', Mc-
Carty, and busboy Dowling. After a very delightful dinner we decided to
go to the HF ive O'clock Club" fan up-to-date "Mom's',j where in the darkest
corner we found "Handsome Hank" Roberts conversing with a beautiful
blonde. The proprietor turned out to be an old friend and former classmate,
'Texas Ernien Tresselt, who showed us to the finest table in the house. We
looked around and found that several occupants were in the process of being
bounced by the rough and tumble "Joe" Folsom. The biggest surprise was
yet to come, for when we looked up on the bandstand we saw none other than
the "Laughing Caballerosn composed of L'Flaco" Ponce de Leon, 5'Scoop"
Cervantes, and "Gordo" Olavarria. We then learned that none other than
"The young man with the horn," the great "Joey Mitchell and his band were
coming over to the club so we vowed to stay there until after we had seen him.
Since the next day was Sunday we decided to go to church. We entered
the largest one in town, and enjoyed a very impressive sermon by Pastor
Greer. When we paid him our respects after the service was over, he told us
that our former classmate, Michael Scott, had won the world championship
tennis match in Bermuda a few weeks before.
That afternoon we went to a baseball game where two major league
teams were playing their last game in the Grapefruit League. Here we found
some more friends. Clarence Blackwell and '6Bobby', Burge hurried over to
sell us some peanuts and hot dogs. Upon looking over our programs we saw
the names of two of the boys who had made the majors. "Stud" Arguelles
was pitching and '4Dick" Ellinor was playing the field. "Tommy" Newman
who, now up in years, was still bat boy, and "Johnny" Sinclaire with his four
eyes was behind the plate umpiring.
That night we stayed home and listened to our friend and famous news
commentator, Charles Rose, who was telling about a boy by the name of
"Rooster", Pace who had taken the Open Golf Championship that afternoon.
He then went on to tell something about Admiral 4'Curly,, Brunskill and how
he and his crew were bringing in a large cargo of shrimp. We hurried down
to the dock just as he was pulling in. Ensign 5'Eddie" Burton tied the ship
up and came over to see us.
After learning all there is about the shrimp business, we went back to
our car, only to find that there was a ticket on our windshield. It seems that
officer Prather had given it to us for parking by a fire plug. We decided to
fight the case, so without further delay we went to the law firm of gflackson,
Weber and Moffatt." We went to court the very next day to see 4'Judge"
Devereux. After waiting quite a while for Officer Core to finish pressing
charges against John Richardson, alias 'alchabodn Richardson, for drawing
mustaches on billboards, our attorneys proceeded to ......... lose our case.
Well, we lost our tempers and said a few things we shouldn't have. To
make a long story short we were run out of town by "Congo" Walker for con-
tempt of court.
Nevertheless it was a kick and we will always remember our visit to
"Farragut H eightsf'
"Ode Za tie fz "
Thirty days hath September,
All the rest I don't remember,
But itls for sure it is no lie
That ,50-,51 will never die,
Hail to the drills
And Pappa Strunk,
The warning periods,
How many flunked!
To Hlunkei' Sherrill
And exploding test tubes,
And eshortyr' A11
With his sponge rubber shoes
To NBano" Parish,
That's all we,ll tell,
And 6'Big Johnw Casey yelling
'4At Ease, Blaekwelllw
To Donald Cuyatt
Who made many friends,
And Lt. Woodworth
Who remedials had
To Mrs. Stone,
Our blessings to her,
And '6H0ot,, Gibson
With his "All Right
To Mfiebw Rebarker
And his automoplane,
Lt. Williston asking,
uWh0 sank the Maine?"
To Chaplain Thompson
Who taught us right,
And the Buccaneer Staff
Who stayed up all nightg
To MPop" Taylor
With his Farragut Band,
And Commander Leathers
Whose Juniors raised sandg
To Lt. Freed
Who was always gay,
While Lt. Eastman
Just kept getting grayg
To "O.D.,' Mason
What a gag
And Lt. Conlonis laundry
In a black leather bag:
To St. Clair and Hewitt
Brazen and hold,
And "Gunne1", Cottom
Whose "Red Fox" rolledg
To Lt. Towne ,
Who got the Juniors on the ball
And Commander Clark
Who warned us allg
To all the secretaries
Whose lives we made miserable
And to Dick King
Whose boats were sinkahleg
To Captain Russell
Who we all know right well,
And Captain Moyer
Whose words rang a bellg
And to you all
Goes a ribbon in lieu,
Thanks for everything,
And Cod Bless You.
JOEL TED FINE
Poet, Class of 1951
Class of l95l
llaat will :mil Flvatamvni
JULIO D. ARGUELLES, leave my rank to Smith, M. fHe needs itl
PAUL W. ATHER, leave my Headwaiter's job to the next Commandant's pet
EDMUND BENEDETTI, hereby bequeath my charm, poise, personality fsmile
and good looks?j, to Roy Carlson
CLARENCE A. BLACKWELL, leave a warning to any would-be cadets
GILBERT H. BROOME, leave ol' No. 7 to Roy Carlson
CHARLES R. BRUNSKILL, leave all my dealings with the Draft Board and
Naval Reserve, with trips home, etc., to James lanson
WILLIAM R. BURGE, leave my height to Conner
EDWIN H. BURTON, being of sound mind and body, leave my Largo esca-
pades to Moreton
ALFREDO CERVANTES, leave my habits to Pedro Perez
JOHN CORE, leave my T-shirt to Patterson
THOMAS F. DAY, leave my ability to drive a tractor to anyone who dares
JOHN E. DEVEREUX, bequeath my garrison cap fSize to Szapiro, L.
EMBREE H. DOWLING, JR., leave Farragut all my worries
HARRY W. DUKES, leave to any struggling cadet my "Theory of Logicu
RICHARD B. ELLINOR, leave all my sack time and good books to Chamblee
ALDEN H. ELSEA, hereby bequeath all my troubles with the telephones to
JOEL T. FINE, leave the Executive Board, the mail call wars, and the green
black boards to anyone who wants them
JOSEPH R. FOLSOM, leave my mustache to Vaughan
JOSEPH A. GREER, leave my bass horn to lanson
EDWARD M. HANNA, leave my appetite to the next promising Senior
HIRAM S. JACKSON, JR., leave all my chemistry books to Blaikie
MICHAEL E. KEENAN, leave my favorite Spot fTwo paces to the rear and
one to the left of the Battalion Commanderj to next yearis Battalion
JAMES A. KING, JR., leave my cigar to any chief with room study
JOHN H. LOY, JR., leave the traditional "Bad Olivesw of Room 218 to l.t.
T. HEWITT MCANLY, leave my restrictions to Morrison, J.
JOHN R. MCGARTY, hereby bequeath my beard to Cleveland
JosEPH E. MITCHELL, leave ....... good for me
MILES R. MOFFATT, III., leave my address book to Ralph Morrison
.JOHN W. MORRIS, JR., hereby bequeath my over-abundance of cigarettes to
"The Frosh" Moreau
ROBERT C. MORRIS, leave .......... that's all
THOMAS F. NEWMAN, leave the banged up fender and one garage door to
ENRIQUE OLAVARRIA, leave my women to Perez
ROBERT A. PACE, leave my ability to capture the hearts of women to the
next deserving soul
ARMANDO PONCE DE LEON, leave my muscles to Del Cueto
RICHARD S. PRATHER, leave my shorts and slick gum shoes to John Hedrick
JOHN E. RICHARDSON, JR., leave my well used arguments to be used by
anyone in need
HENRY H. ROBERTS, JR., leave my blanket parties to my roommate, Richie
CHARLES H. ROSE, III., leave High School
MICHAEL SCOTT, leave my Tennis Racket to Teddy
JOHN SINCLAIRE, JR., leave my troubles with women to Fortman
ERNEST F. TRESSELT, leave my excursions at Fort Pierce to next year's
JOHN S. UPHAM, JR., being of sound llllfld and body, leave my sour notes
to Morrison, R.
ALFRED E. WALKER, leave everything to any guy who wants to come to
Farragut for a second year
JOHN W. WEBER, leave Jane to some lucky boy
1 W Q
PATRDIIS 0F THE l95l BUCCAIIEER
Mr. and Mrs. Roger Baron
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Brunskill
Mr. and Mrs. William E. Card
Mr. Alfredo Cervantes
Dr. and Mrs. Elmer C. Elsea
Mr. and Mrs. Frank H. Fortman
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur B. B. Harrison
Mr. Fred Howland
Mr. Carl R. Ike
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar C. Keenan
Mr. and Mrs. James A. King
Mrs. Ruth R. Loy
Mrs. Eugene J. Mitchell
Mr. and Mrs. Carleton E. Moreton
Mr. and Mrs. John W. Morris
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Patterson
Mrs. Madeline Scott
Mr. and Mrs. John Sinclaire
Captain F. E. Tierney, U.S.N., Retired
Mrs. Hildegarde Trembath
Mr. and Mrs. John S. Upham
Mrs. A. E. Walker
Mr. and Mrs. Harding Wilbur
Mrs. Emily Rose Wright
We, the staff of the Buccaneer, wish to express our thanks to all those who have helped
us in the planning, selling, page layout, and engraving of this Buccaneer. Without
their help this publication would have been impossible. We would like to thank all
of those at the St. Petersburg Times who helped us with our engravings and give our
special thanks to Mrs. Ralph Dell and Mr. Ben Granger at the St. Petersburg Printing
Company, our thanks to our photographer, Mr. Clancy, and also all of our advertisers.
See the pages following. They will appreciate your patronage, and so will we.
Ann and Fred
Auto Dealers Association
Ballard Apartment Hotel
Beazley Power Mower Co.
Bruce Werts and Co.
Buccaneer Hotel Court
Buleys Barber Shop
Chico's Spanish Restaurant
C. H. Lassing and Co.
Colony Apartment Hotel
Destileria Serrales, Inc.
Egerton and Moore
El Rancho Motor Lodge
Emmie and Mac
E. S. Johnson
Evans Brothers' Creamery
Florida National Bank
Florida Power Corp.
Florida State Theaters
Fluid Chemical Co.
Harry and Rose Gold
Herzog Venetian Blinds
Hill's Travel Service
Hotel Ponce de Leon
Irving I. Wilson Company
James M. Pafford
.I. R. Vendrell
Jurko's Yankee Lake
HJ. Tf' Fine
Kaniss Jewelry Co.
Karen and Alden
Lefter's Music Co.
Louis A. Smith
McAnly Realty Co.
Pinellas Lumber Co.
Quality Printing Co.
Reba and Richard
Rite Rate Cab Co.
Robison's Camera Shop
Royal Palm Hotel
Rutland's Men's Store
Simpson's Good Food
Sorenson and Co.
St. .Iohn's Inc.
St. Petersburg Optical Co.
St. Petersburg Printing Co.,
St. Petersburg Times
Sunshine Hobby Mart
Todd Hyatt and Co.
Union Trust Co.
Yellow Cab Company
Il0llgl'I'LlIIllZlIl0I'lH anml Best Wishvs to ilu'
Class of nl
Rummy lk More
Congralulalions and Best Wishes to Ihr
Clase of '51
Bairlbic Pk ,llollnnny
Congratulations to the Best
Senior Class ever
Mary Ellen X Qllafnlk
Congratulations to the
Llass of 51
Karon aimll Allifrllfen
Congratulations and Best Wishes to the
Class of '51
llilfelba Pk Rifollnardl
llvst Wishes to Class of '51
Slum lk Truss
Iles! Wishes to Class of '51
Be-itity lk llilrllillie
Anim anal Fred
Super A ulollwtic'
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SWIM WITH IT ON
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440 ci:N'1'RAL AVENUE
E. H. KANISS JEWELRY CO.
-1118 Cf-nlral Ave-nu:-, St. Petersburg. Florida
o D I C ED CHICKEN
with crisp celevy,
capers, our special
lemon juice mayon-
naise, served in a
next of green lettuce
with sliced egg and
tomatoes . .
R E S T A U ll A N T
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KPIIIIPII f0l!'llll. -I r..0wner-Shir.
Hold High the Torch of Freedom!
HANK5 to the training you have received in America's most distinguished
naval preparatory school, you will go forth from Farragut with a renewed
faith in your American heritage---ready to defend the great principles of
freedom for which our forefathers so valiantly and successfully fought.
The Irving L. Wilson Company is proud to have the opportunity to
serve such a truly American school as the Admiral Farragut Academy.
In a small way we are an example of how the American system of free
enterprise works. We are only a little over a year old and yet in this shorl
span of time our company is already firmly established in the uniform in-
dustry as specialists in the manufacture of military school and college
The head of our company was associated with a larger uniform house
for fifteen years. He dreamed, however, of one day having his own -business
-today that dream is a happy reality!
God speed you and may success and good fortune be yours and may
you each hold high the torch of freedom.
Irving L. Wilson Company
1030 SOUTH TENTH STREET
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FLORIDA POWER CORPORATION
To the Graduating Class
and all Students of
AIIMIRAL FARRAGUT ACADEMY
Chamber of Commerce
Win. F. Davenport, Manager
Egerton 81 Moore
OUTFITTERS TO MEN
4-28 Central Avenue
St. Petersburg, Florida
Hart Schaffner 81 Marx Clothes
Ammcm om Socvirv
434 Central Avenue
KM IAD A TERS .
HP QU R Congratulations
Expert Photo Finishing AND
S gamma Best Wishes
GUARANTEED SATISFACTION TO
426 CENTRAL AVENUE The Graduating Class
Pheil Hotel Bldg. Phone 7-2331 Of 751
Third and Central
High Quality Merchandise
St. Petersburg, Florida
Congratulations . .
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Eye- Glasses COMPLllVlEN'l'S OF
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460 FIRST AVENUE NORTH
PHONE 71554 666 Central Ave. St. P4-terslmrg. Fla
ST. PETERSBURG, FLORIDA
Hntvl iinnrr Ep illpnn Bruce W erts Sz Co.
ON THE WATER FRONT
OVEHLOOKING TAMPA IMY .
Reach Drive and Central Avenue
1 1 20 FOURTH STREET SOUTH
Sl. Petersburg, Florida Telephone 7-4702
H2 ' 5TE' STREET SOUTH
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l6304 Gulf Boulevard St. Petersburg, Fla. A St.PeterSl,urg.Flm-illa
JollN S. Rnomss, INC.
St. Petersburg Clearwater
Ph0Il6 7-5155 Phone 2023
ATLAS POWER Tools 1-HQNE 75-2665
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A HORRX A 2 suvrmzs TOOLS 81
208 Central Avenue FORMERLY HULSE HOBBY MART Si, Petersburg, Flgrida
l urtesy of
Destileria Serralles, Inc.
Ponce, Puerto Rico
J. R. VENDRELL 370 - 7th Avenue J. ROMAGUERA
N. Y. C., New York
DEEP WATER TERMINALS LIQUID BULKSTORAGE
San Juan, Puert R
Phone 7-8454 Phone 71-4811
EI Rancho Hluinr lodge
Guest Rooms - Apartments
COMPLETE VENETIAN BLIND SERVICE y
1701 FOURTH STREET SOUTH
ST. PETERSBURG, FLORIDA
Faciory In Office
1920 - lst Avenue South
St. Peiersburg, Florida
PERRY R. MARSH
Compliments of Inc
Harry and R036 General Insurance
564 CENTRAL AVENUE
ST. PETERSBURG, FLORIDA
Euro ean Plan - Moderate Rates
EVANS BROS. CREAMERY SPT. PETERSBURG, FLA.
WHOLESALE --In The Heart of Thr Sunshine my"
Phone 7-2244 Dining Room - Fountainette
2150 Firsm Ave. South Season - October to May
St. Petersburg, Fla. BOND BROS., Ownership - Management
Income, Homes and Business I Sales and Rentals
18 FIRST STREET NORTH TELEPHONE 7-2428
C. H. LASSING 81 COMPANY Vawzmm
Florida Theatre Bldg. - Phone 7-4312 St. Petersburg, Florida
any gaming ewdce
czdlafzed Za quam :
Checking Accounts-Regular and Pay-as-you-go
Savings Accounts-Interest bearing
Christmas Club-Save 5Oc to STO. weekly
Safe Deposit Boxes-from 33. per year up
Trust Department-is your will on file with us?
Stocks and Bonds-bought and sold
Travelers Checks-Safeguard your funds on the road
Money Orders-Cost less than postal money orders
Letters of Credit-Commercial and Travelers
Collections-Local and out-of-town
Foreign Exchange-bought and sold
Commercial Loans-for merchants, manufacturers, etc.
Life Insurance Loans-Low interest rates
Home Repair Loans-FHA plan
Auto Loans-Low bank rates
Personal Installment Loans
Curb Teller-bank from your car
30 Minute Free Parking Lot-at 952 Central Ave.
Lobby display space-for local merchants
Zum caaweudeozce cameo at
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CENTRAL AT NINTH
'Y MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM
MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORP
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EASTERN - NATIONAL - PAN AMERICAN
HILL'S AIR SERVICE
635 First Avenue North Phones - 7-4332 and 7-2275
JACK'S DINER DOWNYFLAKE LUNCH
100 - 4th St. Su. B47 Central Ave.
cool: Foon AT POPULAR Pluczs
"Best Cuban Sandwivhes From Coast to Coastl'
CHICO Spanish Restaurant
"Famous for Fine Foodsv
Phone 7-6368 St. Petersburg Also Home of Downyflnke Doughnuts
738 Central Ave. Florida OPM' DRY 5' NUM ' Phone 7-9533
143 Central Ave. Si. Petersburg, Fla.
P. K. MITII 81 Uompany
sr. PETERSBURG co.
WESTINCHOUSE SALES AND SERVICE
Phone 7-2446 153 Third Street North
326 Central Avenue - St. Petersburg, Florida
Phone 7-8121 Ben Holloway St. Petersburg, Florida
Place Your Orders through Your Canteen for
THE FLOWER DELL
-A Fine Flowers A
Phone 7-4722 1621 Central Avenue
St. Petersburg, Florida
X-Ray Shoe Store
516 Central Avenue
Congratulations and Best Wishes to
Class of 1951
The Florida National Bank at St. Petersburg
ST. PETERSBURG, FLORIDA
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
Member Florida National Group
STATE-WIDE BANKING SERVICE
IT WON'T BE
L0 before many of you gentlemen will be buying
printing. Be it the smallest business card, per-
sonal stationery, or the largest book, remem-
ber, your printer is in business to serve you.
It pays to plan with him.
PRINTING CO., Inc.
,, us EIGHTEENTH STREET s.
Telephone 7-4118 s'r. PETERSBURG, FLORIDA
Ocean Bathing at Your Door
1101 Seabreeze Avenue
FORT LAUDERDALE, FLA.
Owner - Management
MARTIN L. DE BATS
HEADQUARTERS in St. Petersburg
Florida State Theatres
FLORIDA - PIIEIL - LA PLAZA
ROXY - CAMEO - DRIVE-IN
618 Central Ave. St. Petersburg, Fla.
Letterpress and Photo Offset Pri t g
QUALITY PRINTING COMPANY
1105 Central Avenue
St. Petersburg, Florida
Havana Hlilitaru Hcademu
Apartado 1 106
For Information Write to Above Address
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HTWO WAY RADIO AND NIETERED CABSN
YIILLIIW CAB CIIMPA Y RITE RATE UAII CIIMPA I'
I OR 4 PASSENGERS RIDE FOR THE SAME FARE
Il. T. Anderson W. L. Anderson
A UEH0 TIE UIIMVA Y Simpson's Good Food
Cross Ties and Lumber
464 CENTRAL AVENUE
Uffifw inf ST. PETERSBURIQ
WIIITE SPRINGS, FLA. FLORIDA
Cornplirnellw of COIlIlIliIIIf'I1fS uf
, . . DIXIE Cafelenuuzu
56I'VlIIg a Complete Lme of
CHINESE AND AMERICAN LUNCHES 551 FIRST AVENUE NORTH
AND DINNERS ST. PETERSBURG
Ord:-rs to Take Out Phone 7-6720
SORENSEN Sl COMPANY
Our Best Wishes For Success
ADMIRAL EARRAGUT ACADEMY
THE STAFF AND THE CADET CORPS
gxhrnou 1-nee -ro mAo:fa,.-0. NO71lNC.f
For Resort Wear
glue Qawz Sm 4 74ml
Whale an .feaae
Vlfe will be pleased to
make arrangernents for
your son to have ncaa
sional dinners in our din-
ing room and send the hill
Onfhe Suwannee I-lotel
Congratulations Class of '51 from
PAUL J UEKo9s
6'The House of Fine Bamlsl'
2 Miles North of Brookfield, Ohio, on Route 7
Danclng Every Saturday Nite to Benny Jones and His Orchestra
Swimming, Picnicking, Boating
n ' -
A-111.5 Phone 3-7731
M. T. GUSTENHOVEN
6744 Central Avenue
NOTARY St. Petersburg, Florldfl
E. s. JOHNSON. ,twin
502 Central Avenue, St. Petersburg, Florida
BULEYS aww sa,
0. I". i'Bud" Buley, Prop.
435 First Avenue North Phone 7-6134
The Floating Screen
Black Light Murals
Latest First Run Pictures
687 CENTRAL AVENUE
HARDWARE, PAINT AND
861 CENTRAL AVENUE
ST. PETERSBURG, FLORIDA
136 Second Street North
HOTEL DENNIS and
Opposite Williams Park
GAMEQ ' First Avenue North
TRAINS . ST. PETERSBURG, FLORIDA
TOYS Q 0
Phone 79-457 I
With Congratulations and Best Wishes
to the Faculty and Cadet Corps
and MCKELVEY CLEANERS
"THE HOUSE OF FRIENDLY SERVICEW
1706 Tangerine Avenue South
St. Petersburg, Florida
E t bl h d 1929
AND BEAZLEY POWER MOWER CO.
"The Original Whirlwind
y Power Mowersv
4-th Ave and 2nd St. S. St. Petersburg, Florida 1906 3rd Ave S. St. Petersburg, Fla.
"AIRLINE OF THE STARS" gg
AIR-CONDITIONED STEAM HEAT Z
244444 Apmanwz Wm: gate! gum:
354 FOURTH STREET NORTH
ST. PETERSBURG, FLORIDA +
' Toaoo GULF BLVD.
MRS. W. FURMAN BETTS, Jr., Manager TREASURE 'SLAND
PHONE 79-4171 ST. PETERSBURG, FLA.
FOR THE FINEST IN
PHONE 7-3413 T. E. TOLSON
A Hotel of Character,
Known for its Friendly Hospitality
434 Fourth St. North St. Petersburg, Fla.
232 SECOND STREET NORTH
HOTEL ST. PETERSBURG
AND BATH CLUB
' BILLLKRDS LADIES WELCOME
BILLARDS Ulla Gqiz-Uondifioncd
Floridffs Most Distinctive Vacation Residence .
Directly on the Gulf 5ANDW'C"'ES
. Dpen buffy
St. Petersburg, Fla. Phil Dross, Manager FSSRNVTQQN R L D E wumsl PROP'
129 2 ST so PHoNE7e14o
FL Ill UHEMIUAL U0.,lIlC.
' E55 PH.
860 SUMMER AVENUE
NEWARK, N. J.
MUSIC Sl-IOP - 20-bil-u ST. NO.
Good Luck and Best Wishes from
CAPE COD, MASSACHUSETTS
J ME M. P FFORD, 7
Contractor 62 Realtor
153 Main Street
Congratulations and Best Wishes to the
Class of '51
Peggy, Helene, Shirley and Francine
fBoy Did I Have Troublesl
I7 Thirfl Street North St. Petersburg, Florida
LOUIS A. SMITH
III WEST MONROE STREET
The Prescription Drug Store
337 Central Avenue
St. Petersburg, Fla.
3 DU BARRY
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