Admiral Farragut Academy - Buccaneer Yearbook (St Petersburg, FL)
- Class of 1952
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The Buccaneer Staff has gone ' 1 great oauns Thrs year To make This Buccaneer
The blggesf and The besf e fer Ae have Tried To exemph y every phase of hfe
at Farragut The Sports the Acadernnc and The Socral Life We have added
new sechons To The Buccaneer and Improved upon the old ones If vou are
reading This book novv June 195 or hfry years from now ve hope Thar rr
brings back hne Farragut rnemor es 'f vgu O 9 Q person who has never arfend
e-dFarrC1guT vv hope Thus book MI! helc you To mdersfand the lure arFarragu1
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The boy comes to Farragut as a verdant and hopeful Freshman, is
never the same individual as the poised, alert and trained Blue Jacket
who tosses his cap aloft on Graduation Morning. Many factors have
gone into the making of our graduating Blue Jacket. These are com-
posed of life as we know it here at Admiral Farragut Academy, and this
existence is made of Academic, Athletic, Naval Training, Social Functions,
and also Extra-Curricular Activities. .
Therefore, we are presenting to you the symbolic, growing Blue
Jacket who will lead you, The Reader, through the mazes and changes
of life at Farragut-presenting to you the growth that he attains as our
Blue Jacket passes through life at Admiral Farragut Academy.
ADMIRAL DAVID GLASGOW FARRAGUT U S N
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Entered Novy 1810
Commended tlrst prlze with obulrty
when only 12
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Commnssuoned F1rstAdmlro1 USN
by specuol Act of Congress 1866
Dued at Portsmouth N H
August 14 1870
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CAPTAIN DAVID H RUSSELL
CAPTAIN HOMER E MOYER
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T B THOMPSON
Come to AFA 1 7
RICHARD B TAYLOR
Come to A FA T948
LT Andrews LT Bishop LT Taylor LT Reborker
HUBERT G SHERRILL
Come fo A F A 1947
WILLIS W GIBSON
A B Mercer UHIYEYSIYY
Came Yo A FA T949
NOEL P CONLON
A B MA S1 Bonaventure College
ST B Holy Name College
Came io A F A 1950
RALPH N ANDREWS
BS In Ed Unlverslfy of Cmcmnah
Came Io A FA 1951
GEORGE D CLARK
B.S. University of Rhode Island
Came Io A.F.A. 1951
GEORGE A. HAY
A.B., M.A., Trinity College
Came to A.F.A. 1952
LEWIS B ReBARKER
A B Eos' Carolina Teachers College
M A George Peabody College
Came Io A F A 1950
MORRIS C BISHOP
A B M A George Washlngion Unlv
Came Io A FA 1951
WALTER M GEIGER
A B Baldwin Wallace
Came Io A.F.A. 1951
GRAYDON M. HOUGH
A.B., Universily of Chicago
M.A., University of Wisconsin
Came to A.F.A. 1951
B.S., University of Tampa
M.A., Wes! Virginia Universiiy
Came lo A.F.A. 1951
FREDERICK P EASTMAN
A B University of Rochesfer
Came fo A FA 1950
FRANK P HENDERSON
B A Universiiy of Florida
Came fo A FA 1951
DR R W OWENS
Sr Medical Officer
Came lo A F A 1945
CLAUDE F. NUNNELLY
B.S., Murray Slate Teachers College
Came to A.F.A. 1951
BS M1 Union College
Came to A FA 1951
LEONARD L BROOKS
B S Florida Sfale Unlversliy
M A Columbia University
Came fo A FA 1952
DR A R FREDERICK
Came to A FA 1950
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MRS HELEN JOHNSON
A B New Jersey College for Wom
Cum to AFA 1948
MISS DOROTHY BOIVIN
Sec etcry fo P c pal
Came fo A F A 1948
MISS DOROTHY BLEWETT
Secreicry to Commandant
Came Io A F A 1950
MRS H E MOYER
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MRS CORA ROBERTS
Come to A F A 1950
MRS LOUISE PIKE
Come to A F A 1948
MISS LOUISE WILDER
Secretary to Executive Ofhcer
Came Yo A F A 1949
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WARD CARTER CAROLYNE SCHOENHARDT MAURY PAFFORD MORRISON COFFMAN COWIN PRESTON FEIRICH BLAKE D
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Military-l PO. Second Company, 1947, Drill learn, 1950, l P.O., 1950, 2nd
P1002 1365? drilled Old boy contest, 1950, Ensign, 1952, Acajemic and Department
Ribands, 1947, '49, '50, '52,
Varsity Athletics-Football, 1950, '52, Letter in Football, 1952.
Intra-murals-Swimming, 1947, '49, '50, Boating, 1947, '49, Football, 1947, '49,
Basketball, 1947, '49, '50, '52, Softball,1947, '49, '50, '52, Volleyball, 1949, 52,
Sailing, 1949, Soccer, 1950, Cuttercrew, 1950, '52, Boxing, 1950, '52, Golf, 1952.
Club Activities-Camera Club, 1947, Pirates Club, 1947, Buccaneer, 1952, Cotil-
lion Club, 1952, Monogram Club, 1952, Dramatic Club, 1952.
MERWIN FREDERICK ALTER
'15 West 84th Street
New York 24, N. Y.
"Ronnie, have the chief fix me up"
Early in September 1946 "Melvin" packed his bags, and left the
"concrete iungle" to join the crew at Farragut. Melvin has risen
a long way since his first years in the Junior School. Academic-
ally, he has raised his standards greatly. In rank, Melvin first
chose a slippery mountain, for after working his way up to a
first class petty officer he decided to ioin the "night riders" and
was reduced, however "Big Melvin" decided to wipe this off his
record by working hard and becoming an Ensign and one of the
leaders of the school and has proved himself worthy of this rank.
Keeping up the true tradition of a sailor, he has added to his
harem many girls from St. Pete. Melvin will be greatly missed by
many, for since he has attended Farragut he has always been
popular with everyone who has met him and all have enjoyed his
good-natured attitude and wit. Wher he may go and what-
ever he plans to do, there is no doubt 'he will succeed as he
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Intro-murals-Weightlifting, Swimming, 1952.
Club Activities-Cotillion Club, 1952,
"Bobby," a North Carolina gentleman, who entered school last
September, is one of the best-liked members of the graduating
class. He is always ready to help you if you need anything, from
caddy cloth two seconds before formation, to a pair of slightly
used socks to put in your roommate's bed. Bobby is not noisy,
but he puts all he has into whatever he is doing as you can see
by his 8596 average. When he leaves us we lose, but the rest of
the world stands to gain, for we are sure that he will go far in
many chosen fields of endeavor, So we wish you the best of luck,
"Bobby," at college, and in your later life.
Militory-Drill Team, 1952
Varsity Athletics-Football, 1952,
lntra-murals-Touch Football, 1951, Volleyball, 1952, Weightlifting 1952, Soft-
ball, 1952, Swineniirg, 1952,
Club Activities-Cotillion Club, 1952
"Bert" came to us in September and although quiet at first, he
came through the year always advancing. Although "Bert" has
had his share of extra duty as have many other cadets, he still
ranks high on the drill field in becoming a member of the drill
team. "Bert" speaks remarkably good English for the time he has
been here, since Spanish is his native tongue, We know that "Bert"
will keep on progressing as long as he himself wants to progress.
1-le has shown us this year that he has the capacity to do good in
anything in which he participates. Good luck, "Bert," and smooth
DONALD P. BLAKE
1101 Twenty-second Avenue North
4ta Avenue Campo Alegre No. 3
"Come on, let's go"
Military-Seaman, 1948, 1 P.O., 1949, Band, 1948, '49, '52, QBH 1 B
St. Petersburg, Florida
"Let's go out and make party"
Varsity Athletics-Football, 1948, '49, Swimming Team, 1948, '49
Intra-murals-Basketball, Softball, 1948, '49, Soccer, 1952, Cutter Crew, 1948,
'49, 52, Football, 1952, Softball, 1952.
Club Activities-Librarian, 1948, Camera Club, 1948, Cotillian Club, 1952,
Decorating Committee, Eand Libraman, 1952, Photography Editor of Buccaneer,
ln case you've ever seen a miniature Santa Claus running around
loose with a real jovial spirit and a iolly laugh, but were puzzled
at times when you saw him trudging along behind a bass drurn,
that was Don Blake. Five years ago Farragut was honored to
receive him as a new cadet from Chicago. 1-le entered the band
as a drummer boy during his first year and his second year was
a 1P.O. During the next two years, "Don" decided to take a crack
at civilian life. But you can't keep a good man out so "Don" re-
turned this year and after a hard start has made himself a fine
clean record both with the school and his girl. lsn't that right,
Faith? When "Don" leaves this year, Farragut is losing a great
guy, and Faith and the Citadel are making a terrific gain. So
long, Don-boy, and the greatest of luck in the future.
ALFREDO A. BRAVO NONES
South 5 Nom. ll, lo Alhambra
Ponce, Puerto Rico
"Where is the food"
lntra-murals-Intercompany Football, l952, Tennis, I952.
Club Activities-Buccaneer Staff, l952, Merit Riband, IQS2, Department Riband,
"Feyo" means ugly in Spanish, but Alfredo is far from ugly. A
good looking, Clean-cut boy, he arrived at Farragut in September
of this year. "Feyo" participated in numerous activities during
this year, and has done creditable school work. "Feyo" is a
member of the triumvirate from Puerto Rico, and he is very proud
of it. "Feyo" plans to enter the University of Puerto Rico, in the
fall session, "Adios, Amigo Mio."
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Intra murals-Rifle Team, l952, Boating, l95l, Weightlifting, l95l, '52.
Club Activities-Cotillion Club, l95l, '52, Dancing Class, l95l, '52, Naval
Reserve, 1952, Glee Club, l95l, '52,
"Lou" journeyed to Farragut last year to be immediately wel-
comed by the corps as a swell guy. "Lou" has had his share of
trouble, and to look at him you would never believe that "Lou"
would do anything wrong. He has a gift of gab which will leave
you sometimes guessing. Besides this he has a touch of Long-
fellow in him, too. He has entertained the corps before Christmas
leave for the past two years with his iolly composition of " 'Twas
the Night Before Christmas," So "Lou" keep on plugging and set
your goal high, for we know you are capable of reaching it. Best
of luck to you in the future,
Miiitary-Seccnd Cornpany, 1951, '52.
Varsity Athletics-Baseball, 1951, '52
lntra-murals-lnter-company Football, 1952.
Prececling mid-year examinations last year "Poochie" arrived at
Farragut with his happy-go-lucky spirit. His spirit came iust in
time to boost our spirits, they were low with pre-examination blues.
Since that time, "Poochie" has kept up his grades, done well on
the drill field, and in the Cuban bull session. "Poochie" was a
catcher on the varsity baseball team, also participating in inter-
company sports. To this fine example of Cuban manhood, good
luck and smooth sailing.
DUANE C. CAROLYNE
4435 First Avenue South
St. Petersburg, Florida
"Got anything to read?"
JOSE A CAPMANY
Calle 9H263i" J-1
"Give me a cigarette, Martinez
Military-Lt. .l.G., 1952, Band Commander, 1952, Naval Reserve, 1952, Band,
1949, '50, '51, '52,
Varsity Athletics-Varsity Football, 1950, '51, '52.
lntra-murals-Touch Football, 1949, '50, J.V. Basketball, 1949, '50, J.V. Baseball,
1949, Soccer, 1949, '50, Softball, 1949, '50, '51, '52, Basketball, 1950, '51, '52,
Volleyball, 1951, '52.
Club Activities-Cotillion Club, 1951, '52, Monogram Club, 1951, '52, Dance
Band, 1950, '51, '52, Binnacle Staff, 1951, '52, Buccaneer Staff, 1952, Dramatic
Club, 1952, Glee Club, 1950, '51, '52.
ln September of 1948, "Dumbo" first entered AFA. He has al-
ways been liked by everyone and has gone far both academically
and in popularity. His friends will always remember him for his
golden toe, and his rousing work with his trombone. "Dumbo"
always makes people feel good with his loud laugh and his will-
ingness to help everyone. For further education, "Dumbo" is
going to the U. S. Merchant Marine Academy. Knowing "Dumbo,"
we are sure he will come through with flying colors, and in part-
ing we say so-long and good luck.
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ROY DONALD CARLSON
Lake Hamilton, Florida
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'195l, M lam Club, 1951, Vice- dent r Cla , 952, Treasurer of
Cot' lion b 2,.Assis Mditor the Binnacl 2, Glee Club, 1952,
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co pa sports d Zrked ' ay up tot rsity squads by
his ior year y did no t off i, the me small way in his
clas room we started of big, an d his high average all
the w ough his four years. This y r Roy is one ofthe highest
rating cadets in the school, with a LTJG, Second Company. Roy
plans to enter the University of Florida, come Fall. We all give
Roy our best wishes in the future and in whatever field he chances
RICHARD STARR CARTER
91 Unadilla Avenue
Asheville, North Carolina
"Let's go tonight, boys"
Military--Third Class Petty Officer, 1951, Highest Academic Award, 1951, Marks-
man Riband, 1951, First Class
lntra-murals-Golf, 1951, '52,
Petty Officer, 1952.
Weightlifting, 1951, '52, Boating, 1951, National
Golf Foundation Award, 1951, A.F.A. Golf Award, 1951.
Club Activities-Band, 1951, '52, Dance Band, 1951, '52, Feature Editor of
Buccaneer, 1952, Assistant Head Waiter, 1952.
"Dick" came to us in early September, 1950, on a bright and sunny
day, and he says that since then most of his days have been just
as bright, We think he has been a great asset to the school and
his classmates, and come what may, "Dick" is always the same
casual rebel from the mountains of North Carolina. Academically
speaking, he has also been one of the top students during his
two years here at Farragut. His "free" Saturday afternoons are
usually spent at the Pasadena Golf Course, on or near the 19th
hole. In whatever he does, we know that "Dick" will be a great
success. So long, "Casual," and the best of luck.
Militory-Marksman Riband, 1951, Academic and Merit Riband, 1951, Band,
lntra-murals-Weightlifting, 1952, Boating, 1951, Rifle Team, 1951.
Club Activities-Binnacle Photographer and Typist, 1951, Buccaneer Staff
Photographer, 1952,Cotil1ion Club, 1951, '52, Proiectionist, 1951, 252.
Royster, who is from Raleigh, North Carolina, has attended A.F.A.
forthe past two years. During this time he has gained the respect
of everyone in school and has the reputation of being an excel-
lent photographer. lf anyone wants a picture of a pretty girl or
his roommate, just call old "Red-on-the-head," he'll take a picture
of anything. Royster's ambition is to go to Davidson College,
after which he wants to be a dentist. We all know he will succeed
in whatever profession he enters, and we wish him good luck and
H. ROYSTER CHAMBLEE, JR.
3, ft 1127 Harvey Street
, 5 4 tl Raleigh, North Carolina
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Military-Department Riband, 1952.
Academic-Academic Riband, 1952.
lntra'murals-lnter-company Football, Tennis, Golf Squad, 1952.
"Jim" came to us this year from Detroit Lake, Minnesota, and what
Minnesota lost Farragut has gained. l-le readily became popular
with his classmates, and he has displayed his initiative in the
classroom and onthe athletic field. "Jim" is one of the finest golfers
A.F.A. has seen in a long while. We, his crew, are going to miss
him, but we are sure that success will follow him throughout the
remainder of his life. So long, and smooth sailing, Jim,
EDWARD YOUNG CLEVELAND
Alfa Af !.LJ4f11.fl-44,91 ,4'VRE:ute 2, Box 395
"Hey, Ronnie, how obout splittlng up the Third
Military-First Cluss Petty Offrcer, 1950, lvlerrit Ribund, 1950, Mnrksinon Rm-
und, 1950, Depoitmert Rlbond, 1950, Ensign, 1951, Se-cond Compuny, 1951
Lt, Company Commander, 1952, First Contpuriy, 1952.
Varsity Athletics-Varsity Football, 1951, '52, Co-Cciptuin, 1952, Rifle Twin'
Intro-murals-Sailing, 1950, '51, Cutter Crew. 1951, '52, Softboll, 1952.
Club Activities-Cotillion Club 1951, '52, Serrf-triry of First Clrisl, 1952, Luvou
Editor of the Eucccinrer, 1952
"Skip," os we oll know him, hos been with us for three years. 1-le
hos been outstonding in footboll ond o key mon on the rifle team,
When we think of o good othlete, officer, ond oll oround guy,
we think of "Skip" Although he isn't the most studious member
of our closs, he certoinly mode up for it with his excellent work
on the vorsity footboll teom. In three short yeors "Skip" hos risen
to the ronk of Lt. ond First Compony Commonder. His compony
seems well on the woy to winning the colors ogoin ond we wish
him oll the luck in the world. "Skip's" plons for the future include
The Citodel where he hos been occepted ond will ioin the Air
Force Bronch of the ROTC. From there he plons to moke his
coreer flying whether it be in the Army or in Ciyilion life, We
wish you high flying, ci1woys,"5kip,"
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"Bill" entered Fcirrcigut ot the begnnwtg of the lost semester of his
Senior yeor. One of his room notes, gi ncitlye of 1-loyono, Cubo,
wos unoble to speok English. 'fBiIl," olong with his remolnlng two
roommotes wos of ossistonce in helplng him odlust to Amerlcon
woys ond speech."B1l!" Nos on octwe pcirticipont in intervcompflnf
volleybci' gomes ond diligently kep' ob'eost of his studies.
Military-C.P.O, time compuny. i Q? Mem Ramona, '19,52- Department Rib-
and, 1952. Q 1
Intra-murals-Football, 1 51, So er, 19x , Valle all, 1950, '51, '52,
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vw? s 'riskly into F ra . pfogressedgquite considerably since
J thmz i ' rad ave enqeaxtly perfect, and he has proved
' w h onp dri eld. " teve" idlthe Chief Petty Officer of
tlye ' i gnlnpaypyf He n be found working on almost every
ctivity if the sc ool. ' tevf' s been well liked by the entire
orpsfrfi 1324 totilze pa " the all too-frequent bull sessions.
'St e" plans tolenter Q- niversity of Maryland to study engi
erin 1 Theffgss of '52 wishes himftlne best of everything.
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5919 Brackenridge Avenue
Baltimore 12, Maryland
"Chuck, boy have I got troubles"
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Military-Ensign, Battalion Adjutant, 1952.
lntra-murals-lnter-company Basketball, Softball, 1951, '52, Boating, 1952.
Club Activities-Dramatic Club, 1952, Buccaneer Staff, 1952.
We have had the honor and the enioyment of having "Chuck" as
a member of our class. Since he entered at mid-semester last year,
"Chuck" has risen to one of the highest ranks in Farragut, Bat-
talion Adiutant. He is iust as good in school work and athletics.
Fort Lauderdale, Florida, is "Chuck's" home, and in his friendly
manner he lets everyone know that it's right next to heaven.
"Chuck" plans to go to the Merchant Marine Academy in New
York. We, of the graduating class of '52, offer "Chuck" the best
of wishes and we'll be seein' yal
GEORGE WILLIAM EVAN EMERSON
Route 2, Box 34
South Miami, Florida
"Let's go watch the submarine races"
Military-Drill Team, 1949, Ensign, 1952.
Varsity Athletics-Captain of Rifle Team, 1951, Sharpshooter, 1951.
lntra-murals-Boating, 1949, Football, 1949, Softball, 1949, '50, '52, Soccer,
1949: Tennis, 1950, '52, Swimming, 1950, Boxing, 1950, Weightlifting, 1951, '52
Club Activities-Cup for Good Sportsmanship in Boxing.
"Bill" is what one would call a "Happy-go-lucky fellow." He is
well liked by the boys at Farragut and even more so by the
females of St. Petersburg. He has spent four of the best years of
his life in Farragut but you can see that he has profited greatly
by it. You can always bet your bottom dollar that wherever there
is a good time you will find "Bill." He has always been friendly
and co-operative toward everybody. We know that Farragut
will lose a great deal of personality when Bill graduates, and we
wish him the best of luck in everything.
CHARLES RANDOLPH FEIRICH
"I've iust got to have something good to eat"
Military-3 P.O., 1952.
lntra-murals-Touch Football, 1952, Swimming, 1952, Q.B.H., 1952.
Club Activities-Cotillion Club, 1952, Typist of the Binnacle, 1952, Naval Reserve,
"Henery" came to us in September of this year. He is in our
opinion an up-and-coming fellow who will be sure to progress in
the future. "1-lenery" decided to go for the Navy all the way, so he
joined the Naval Reserve. We wish you the best of luck in what-
ever you set out to do, whether it be the Navy life or civilian life.
Military-l P O, 1952
lntra-murals-Touch Football, 1948, '49, Basketball, 1948, '49, Swimming Team
1948, '49,1Neight1ifting, 1951, '52.
Club Activities-Cotillion Club, 1951, Dancing Class, 1951,
Jack, as most of us know him, changed over to Farragut life four
years ago, and is an old-timer around here. As far as rank goes,
Jack didn't hit if off too well, but don't let that give you the wrong
impression, .lack is one ofthe best-liked cadets in The school. He
isn'T one that Talks all The Time but Jack doesn't have to. His quiet
personality sets him off as one that will be long remembered
here aT Farragut. The boys who have come up Through The years
with .lack remember when he first came, He seemed To have a
downcast feeling and didn't put forth too much effort. But broth-
er, inthe years to follow we can't express what happened to him.
His academics shot upward, his military appearance Took a turn
forthe good, and now today, in his Senior year he is a standout
JACK ROGER FISKE
Anna Ma ria, Florida
cadet. To Jack, in whatever field he chooses, we are confident
he will be a leader and always make good. The best of luck to
"Vxlhose got a weed?"
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JON RICHEY FORTMAN
106 East Harvard
"I'm really not dumb, Luke
Band Commander, 1951, Battalion Ex. Officer, 1952.
Varsity Athletics-Football, 1952, Basketball, 1951, '52, Honorable Mention,
All-County Football Team, 1952, All-Tournament Basketball Team, 1952.
Intra-murals-Junior School Basketball, 1948, Swimming, 1948, '49, '50, '51, '52,
Baseball, 1948, Football, 1948, '50, '51, Softball, 1949, '50, '51, Soccer, 1949,
Tennis, 1949, '50, '51, '52, Junior Varsity Easketball, 1950, Golf Tournament,
1950, Runner-up Tennis Tournament, 1950, Diving Medal, 1948, 150-lb. Boxing
Champ, 1950, Marksman, 1951.
Club Activities-Helm Staff, 1948, Band, 1948, '49, '50, '51, '52, Dance Band,
1949, '50, Cotillion Club, 1950, '51, President of Cotillion Club, 1952, Student
Council, 1951, Monogram Club, 1951, President of Monogram Club, 1952,
President af Senior Class, 1952, Assistant Editor of Buccaneer, 1952, Best Musician
Award, 1950, '51, Secretary of Freshman Class, 1949, President of Junior Class
Jon journeyed To Farragut from Lake Hamilton, Florida, for The
first time in 1947. He immediately ioined The band and started
his rise in importance which continued until he became a full
Lieutenant as Band Commander in his Junior year andthe battalion
executive officer this year with rate of LT. Comdr. He has never
known the meaning of trouble in school or among friends. Jon
always excels in anything he enters and never expects praise for
his efforts, This year he was elected president of every activitf
and club to which he belongs. Jon has proved himself to be, by
far, one ofthe most outstanding cadets Farragut has seen or will
see in the future. His loyalty to his friends is Jon's most admirable
quality, The University of Florida will probably be the lucky
school that will receive him next year. Vile all wish him the best of
luck andthe assurance of his making a success of whatever voca-
tion he enters,
"Texas and me get along fine"
CHARLES RAYMOND GOODRICH, JR.
4413 Stanhope Street
Military-Third Class Petty Officer, 1951, First Class Petty Officer, 1952, Second
lntra-murals-Football, 1950, '51, '52, Basketball, 1950, '51, J.V. Basketball,
1952: Softboll, 1950, '51, '52, Soccer, 1950, Volleyball, 1951, '52, Winner on
Basketball and Softball Teams, 1950, '51.
Club Activities-Cotillion Club, 1951, '52,
The maiority of the organizations in this great country of ours
always have a boastful Texan as an outstanding member. The
Graduating Class of '52 is no different. "Goodie" left Texas,
or the United States of Texas as he calls it, three years ago to
come to Farragut. In these three years "Goodie" has shown his
bright Texan smile iust when the corps needed some spirit. He al-
ways manages to bring our spirits up at the darkest moments.
This year he was the star ofthe Junior Varsity basketball team, an
outstanding member ot the drill team, and a valuable player in
inter-company football and softball. "Goodie's" ambition is the
same as any good Texan's, to return to Texas. He plans to enter
Texas A8.M, graduate, and then start a little cattle ranch.
Military-Band, 1950, '52, First Class Petty Officer, 1952, Third Company, 1952,
Farragut Mates, 1952.
Varsity Athletics-Varsity Football Captain, 1952, County All-Star Football Squad,
1952, Varsity Basketball Manager, 1952, Most Valuable Football Award, 1952.
Intra-murals-Basketball, 1950, '52, Softball, 1950, Boating, 1950, Swimming
Team, 1950, Weightlifting, 1950, Company Cutter Crew, 1950, '52.
Club Activities-Cotillion Club, 1950, '52, Vice-President of Cotillion Club, 1952,
Treasurer of Senior Class, 1952, Monogram Club, 1952, Dramatic Club, 1952.
"Dingus" Butch Grimes comes to us this year from Staunton Mili-
tary Academy in Virginia. The bashful boy from Horse Shoe Hole
low, has many talents, among these, his most outstanding is foot-
ball. This year's captain and most valuable player, he contributed
his rugged line play to his previous experience of throwing the
ball back home in Horse Shoe. When asked why he didn't run
track this year, his reply was, "shoes slow me down." Besides his
ability on the athletic field, his work in the classroom distinguishes
him as an outstanding contender in the cold, cruel world outside.
Although "Butch" could have many women to his choosing, he re-
mains true to his true love back in the Hollow. So lang, "Butch,"
and good luck.
DOUGLAS PRESTON GRIMES
Joining Rivers Farm
Horse Shoe, North Carolina
"Dingus, you could go for me"
Military--2 P.O, ,195O, 2 P.O., 1951, 1 PO., 1952, Band, 1950, '51, '52.
lntra-murals-Boating, Tennis, 1949, Swimming, Weightlifting, Basketball, Speed-
ball, 1950, Swimming, Weightlifting, Basketball, 1951, Touch Football, Basket-
Club Activities-Winner Second Class Times Current Event Contest, 1951,Cotil1ion
Club, 1951, '52, Buccaneer Staff, 1952.
Four years ago "Tommy," better known as "lngin," came to us
from Bernalillo, New Mexico. Since that fateful day he has taken
a well proportioned share ofthe female population of St. Pete to
his heart. ln his four years at Farragut, Tommy has been a loyal
supporter of the band and has shown fine progress in both mili-
tary and academic achievements. We wish him the best of luck
at the University of Colorado.
JAMES FREDERICK IANSON
'16 Maywood Avenue
Pleasant Ridge, Michigan
"l can't . . . l got a date with Ann"
THOMAS DARRELL HOWE
Bernalillo, New Mexico
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Military-First Class Petty Officer, 1951, Band, 1950, '51, '52, Navbl Reserve,
1951, '52, Q.B.Q., 1951, Ensign Band, 1952. '
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Varsity Athletics-Manager, Football, 1951, '52. ,
Intra-murals-Boating, 1950, '52, Football, 1950, Sonball, 1950, '5,1, Cutter
Crew, 1950, '52. A
Club Activities-Dance Band 1950, '51, '52, Glee Club, 1950, '51, '52, Cotillicpn
Club, 1951, '52, Band Limarfan, 1951, Monogram Club, 1952, Buccaneer
Staff, 1952. , ,
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Three years ago, "Jim" came in as a new cadet, not knowing any-
one or anything iabout military lite that is , In case none of you
boys know whom I'm talking about, "Jim" is an Ensign in the band
and holds the position of section leader. By the way, he's the
fellow who plays "The Big Brass Bass Horn" in all the parades
and drills. He is also an important member of the dance band.
ln his spare time you'll usually find "Jim" working his "ham rig" or
batting the breeze with Chief Hewitt, about cars, boats or mainly
and most important, women. "Jim's" not going to college, he's
going to join the Navy and see the world. Along with the Navy
"Jim" intends to see a lot more of a certain girl by the name of Ann
Caulville. Ann and "Jim" have been going together tor a year and
a half now. So to Jim and his bride-to-be we say, "Good luck
and may you have a great future."
RICHARD ELLIOTT LAUGHNER
156 Jordan Street
South Heights, Pennsylvania
Military-Color Company, 1949, '50, '51, 2 P.O., 1950, '51, Ensign, 1952, Farragut
M0162 1949, '50, '51, Rifle Marksman, 1950, Sharpshooter, 1951, Expert, 1952.
Intro-rrwruls-Football, Basketball, Softball, 1949, '50, '51 , '52, Soccer, 1950, '51,
Tennis, 1950, Golf, 1951, Cutter Crew, 1949, '50, '51, '52, Swimming, 1950, '51,
Riflery, 1950, '51, '52,
Club Activities-Glee Club, 1949, '50, '51, '52, Dancing Class, 1949, '50,
Cotillion Club, 1951, '52, Entertainment Committee, 1952, Dramatic Club, 1952,
Naval Reserve, 1952, Feature Editor of Buccaneer, 1952.
Four years ago, from the "Smoky City" of Pittsburgh, "Rich"
came to Farragut. Becoming quickly acquainted with his fellow
cadets, he began to progress rapidly. Being an expert rifleman,
"Rich" placed second in the Hearst Trophy, and he has won three
rifle team letters. "Rich" excelled greatly in his Senior year by
achieving the rank of Ensign, and training one of the best pla-
toons in the Battalion. We all wish "Rich" the best of luck in what-
ever he chooses to do in later life.
"Hey, Smitty, does your old rnan work?"
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Intraemurals-Touch Football, Basketball, 1948, '49, Touch Football, Basketball,
Softball, 1949, '50, Touch Football, 1950, '51, Boating, 1951, '52,
Four years ago "Virgie" came to us from Michigan, even though
he is a Yankee he calls himself a true Southerner. During his stay
here he participated in almost all of the sports offered at Farra-
gut. His first two years were spent as a boarding student and
his last two as a day student. His hobby is girls and his ambition
is to be a school teacher, but whatever he does we wish him
the best of luck in his future life.
ROGER HANLEY LUCAS
1100 Third Street North
St. Petersburg, Florida
"Aw, come on"
DANIEL RAPHAEL LUNIN
Military-3 P.O, Third Company, 1948, '49, 2 P.O.. First Company, 1949, C505
1 P.O., Second Company, 1950. '51, Ensign, First Company, 1951. '52
lntraemurals-lnterecompany Football, 1949, '50, Tennis, 1949, '50,
Club Activities-Rifle Team, 1950. '51, '52, Winner of Old Boy Rifle Competition.
1950. '51,Co1il1ion Club.
"Danny" first came to Farragut in the fall of 1948 when he entered
the Junior School. He lives in St. Petersburg and thereby gives
much joy to the female population. "Danny" has been outstanding
in both scholastic and extra-curricular fields. ln four short years
he has gone from eighth grade to Senior class. He has been
consistent in keeping his grades in the upper portion of the class
and has proved his ability as an officer by holding down the job
of platoon leader. We will all miss "Danny" next year, but we wish
him the best of luck with his future schooling.
Forty-third and Locust
"More fun, more people killed"
355 Second Avenue North
St. Petersburg, Florida
"Wait a minute"
lntra-murals-Water Skiing, Golf, Water Front Activities, 1952.
Jim started school back in March and he very quickly got into
the swing of school life. As he has been here such Cl ShOVt time
he has not won any sports or academic honors. He wants to be
a veterinarian and hopes to go to the University of Pennsylvania.
He should go a long way as he likes working with animals.
ALAN IRVING MacLEAN
3032 Clinton Street South
M1l17Ul'Y-2 P40-f 1951, 1 P.O., 1952, Farragut Mates, 1952, Color Guard, 1951,
First Company, 1951.
Varsity Athletics-Football, 1951, Baseball, 1952.
Intro-murals-First Company Cutter Crew, 1951, Boating, 1951, Cutter Crew,
1951, Golf, 1951.
"Big Al's" smile and personality have made him one of the best-
liked "fellas" around Farragut. "Al" has been here now for two
long years. His first year he played varsity football and kept
himself high on the academic list. This year "Al" decided to take
a little rest and be one of those lucky day students. Again this
year "Big Al" is fighting for first base position on the baseball
team. During his two years at Farragut, Al's rate has had its
up's and down's but at the moment he is a petty officer first class.
Through his eventful years here "Al" has managed to keep that
big smile on his face. Good luck, "Al," and always remember the
GEORGE ROSS MARTIN, JR.
301 College Street
Military-3 P.O., First Company, 1951, 1 P.O., Third Company, 1952, Farragut
Varsity Athletics-Varsity Basketball, 1952.
Intra-murals-Boating, 1951, Weightlifting, 1951, '52, Swimming, 1951, '52s
lnter-company Football, 1951, '52, Softball, 1951, '52, Basketball, 1951, Volley-
ball, 1951, Member of Winning Sailboat Crew, 1951.
Club Activities-Cotillion Club, 1951, '52.
Much to his honor "George" has been here for the last two years
and is known to all as a carefree, easy-going Southern Gentle-
man from Kentucky. Georgie's favorite sport is basketball in
which he earned his varsity letter this year. On the drill field, he
showed his strict military manner, by being a well-drilled cadet.
"Marty" was promoted to a 1P.O. this year, upon which he was
soon retired to the rate of seaman. George hopes to attend col-
lege in his native Kentucky and we all know he will make a great
"Can you top this?"
Militory-2 P.O., Merit Riband, Conduct Riband with Silver Star, l95l, '52.
Intro-murals-Qualified Boat Handler, Volleyball, Tennis, Basketball, Swimming,
Golf, 1951, 152.
Club Activities-Binnacle Staff, Cotillion Club, Dancing Class.
"Cel" came to us this year from Nassau, Bahamas. His easy man-
ner and ready wit have endeared him to the hearts of many-
especially to the female population of St. Pete. His extra-
curricular activities are confined mostly to blondes, brunettes, and
redheads with whom he is always entangled, but usually success-
fully. On Sunday afternoons he can be found swoaping down
on Farragut or chasing sea gulls over Tampa Bay, much to the
regret of the C. A. A. He is also distinguished by his bull-dog
tenacity when he is in quest of a new morsel of corn to amuse
his messmates. His record in the classroom-in fact, his record in
everything at Farragut-points clearly to a brilliant career in the
JOHN MILLS, III
Wake Forest, North Carolina
intra-murals-Sailing, I 951 , '52
MARCEL JOHN JUSTIN MAURY
"Hello, are you there?"
John, who came here from North Carolina, is a true Southern
Gentleman. Whenever there is a discussion of the Civil War,
you will find him in the middle of it. His ability to argue on any
subject, whether it be on sailing or bootlegging, has made him
well known and liked throughout school. If you want to know
why North Carolina is the best state in the union, just ask John,
he will tell you. If you would care to know howto drive a school
bus, he has got that square rooted too. John's true love is a
small, baby blue Henry J. complete with Confederate Flag, which
he constantly brags about. His ambition is to go back home to
attend Wake Forest College, where he hopes to study engineer-
ing. John has done well at Farragut, and we believe he will
succeed in the career he enters.
JAMES CARLETON MORETON
R.F.D. No. 3
'We're back in business"
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Second 'ghest Aca 950.
194 P.O., Band
Com nder, 1952,
'52, Tennis, 1949, '50,
Winner of Sailing Cup,
Trophy of Mid-Winter Regatta,
ub, 1950, '51, Secretary
1952' unior lass Vice-President,
to Farr t from the State of
St rt: as af an ' im" joi -5 he band and always
to ght a en any n s a d. At the time,
had idemfou s at he Q. d become the top
in the sc oo, wit e p i iii: Commander.
Jim" remaiqe int unti en w ar and earned the
rate of L JG is Jimi . "Jim' s a t special likes, such
as Mis ud i women, In Dece ber ot his Senior
year, Ji ss the OTC exam and plans to enter the Uni'
versity of M his Fa ,to study agriculture engineering. "Jim"
has proved t all of us that he will make a success out of any-
thing he sets out to do. So wey the class of '52, wish you the
best ot luck next year at Missouri - d ' the many years to come.
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Military-Third Company Executive Officer, 1952, a ut ate 1 1 , Box 199
Varsity Athletics-Football, 1951, '52 J Altamonte Springs, Florida
Intro-murals-Cutter Crew, 1951, Softball, 1952. AX Q "Lime John"
Club Activities-Glee Club, 1951, '52, Cotillion C 9.5 onogra ub, HAH right tum OUW,
1951, Monogram Club Treasurer, 1952, Dramati
Here is a cadet with plenty ot . His e i nny rri-
son. "Little John," as he is ofte al d, ery ul X a well
liked by all cadets. This year a Ire e ra XX LTJG
and the job of company exec iv icer. ing o-year
cruise here at Farragut, John pl i 1 tb . His tirst
year was at first-string center and t i he our top tull-
back with plenty of push. Though he tt ed a kle iniury,
"Little John" kept on plugging the team, refus to 've p. John-
ny's academic work is tine, as well as consis en . is a mem-
ber ot the Monogram and Glee Clubs, as well as an X tive mem-
ber in various other activities. Though he has many bbies, l'1iS
speCiC1lty is girls. From his birthplace in Tennessee to his present
home here in Florida John has found no trouble in dating. Con-
QV0lUlations, and the best of luck to this fine Farragut Cadet.
RALPH LANCASTER MORRISON, JR
Military-Merit Ri and, 1952, Department Riband, 1952, Expert Rifleman
1952, Ensign, 1952, ri1lTeam, 1951,
Varsity Athletics-Rifle Team, 1951, '52
Intro-murals-Medal for1Ninning Sailboat Crew, 1951.
Club Activities-Dramatic Club, 1952.
Ralph walked thr gh the doors of Farragut Academy last year,
to immediately take a military appearance. He was outstanding
on the drill .field as well as the classroom. This year he has
earned the rank cf Ensign in the 3rd Company. Ralph always
seems to be around when a good bull session is going on and
when anything excmng is hclppening. Not only is he well liked
by everyone in' the 's hool, but the girls around St. Pete don't
exactly snub himteith . We all know that Ralph will be a big
success in life. Keep OY1' going like you have here, Ralph, and
you will have ci gr'e6t future. The best of wishes to you.
2905 Thirty-fourth Street N.W.
Washington B, D. C.
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JoHN MONROE PAFFORD M
77 seam Pond Road AQ! CW 11
"Out of my room Parsons, before y get hurt" f
Military-Petty Officer First Class, 1952, Color Guard, 1952, School Winner of
the Times Current Affairs Test, 1951, '52.
Varsity Athletics-Varsity Baseball, 1952.
Intro-murals-Football, 1951, '52, Softball, 1951, Boating, 1951.
John came to us last year from Falmouth, Mass. He has a great
problem on his hands because he is finishing high school in three
years. Our friend will have to study next summer, and we all wish
him good luck. Speaking about luck, John was a wonderful pros-
pect for varsity baseball but his luck failed. Because of an ill-
ness, he had to leave the team. Everyone in Farragut likes John
with his Yankee accent and spirit,
JAMES GREIDER PARTLOW
711 Pine Tree Road
Winter Pork, Florida
This is a good life if you can take it"
Military-3 P.O,, 1952.
Varsity Athletics-Baseball, 1952.
lntra-murals-Football, 1952, Golf Squad, 1952.
Club Activities-Glee Club, 1952.
Jim Partlow or "Prep" as he is known to us here at school, comes
originally from Ohio, and after much moving has finally settled
in Winter Park, Fla. "Prep" was very active in sports this year,
his chief ones being intra-mural golf, football, and baseball. His
chief hobbies are fishing, golf, and baseball. "Prep" made a
wonderful showing in respect to school work this year and this
I am sure will aid him greatly when he returns next year to take
a Post Graduate Course. Best of luck to "Prep" from all his ship
EVANDER ALBERT PRESTON
7210 Fourth Avenue South
St. Petersburg, Florida
"Sorry, l'm all tied up Saturday afternoon"
lntra-murals--Weightllfting, 1951, Tennis, 1952, Golf, 1952.
Club Activities-Cotillion Club, 1952.
Evan is one of the fellows who goes home in the evening and
comes to school after a good breakfast to take in another day.
In other words he's a lucky day student. This is Evan's first year
here and certainly has proven to everyone his characteristics whiCl'1
make him one of the best-liked cadets in the school. He plays O
hot piano, and doesn't do bad with a tennis racket either. All
of us will miss him as he journeys into the world. But we know
he will always make good at the field he chooses.
Military-Petty Officer Third Class, 1952, Farragut Mates. 1952.
Varsity Athletics-Varsity Football, 1952, Varsity Baseball, 1952,
Club Activities-Monogram Club, 1952.
"Big Pete" has been very popular since he came here this year.
Everyone knows and likes "Pete" for his iovial manner. A foot-
ball star at tackle and an outfielder in baseball, he does outstand-
ing work both in classes and on the drill field. "Pete" plans to
go to the University of Florida this Fall and will surely do as well
as he has done here. So long, "Pete," and may you succeed in
whate er field you choo . I ,
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"Now, what is wrong with you, eh?"
Military-Farragut Mates, 1952, Marksmanship Medal, 1952, Department and
Academic Riband, 1952.
lntra-murals-Tennis, 1951, '52, Soccer, 1951, '52, Softball, 1951, '52, Volleyball,
1951, Football, 1951, Weightlifting, 1951, '52, Sailing, 1952, Cutter Crew, 1952.
Club Activities-Cotillion Club, 1951, '52,
"Joe" is among the best-liked students in this school. He is also
one of the smartest. One should have to say that about any boy
that finishes a four-year high school course in two years, he is
expected to be pretty brilliant. When "Joe" fIrst came to Farragut,
two years ago, he could speak very lEttle English, but now "Joe"
speaks English fluently and has a working knowledge far superior
to that of most of the American boys, This year "Joe" has obtained
the rank of Battalion chief, and chief of the drill team. "Joe" also
has the Spanish romantic blood in him. In other words he is defi-
nitely a ladies' man. "Joe" comes originally from Spain, although
he now lives in Chile. He plans to continue his education within
the continental limits of the United States. We certainly do wish
"Joe" the best of everything. Buena Suerte!
RONALD BAKER SCHOENHARDT
215 West 92nd Street
New York, New Yorlr
"O.K., Skip, we'll see the man tomorrow"
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Military-Eirst Class Petty Officer, 1952g Band, 1952.
M1llYCIfY-Pif0T9S Club, 1947, Rooster Pennant Carrier, 1947, Junior School Com-
POHY COfT1l'T1Gf1d6f, 1948, Runner-up in Best Drilled Cadet, 1949, Second Company
PlUYO0fi Lemfleff 1950: Second Company Commander, 1952.
Varsity Athletics-Varsity Baseball, 1950, Rifle Team, 19521 Varsity Football,
Intra-murals-Inter-company Football, Basketball, Softball, Swimming, Sailing,
Sculling, 1947, '48, Cutter Crew, Wrestling, Tennis, 1948, Junior Varsity Baseball
Team, Touch Football, 1949, Junior Varsity Basketball, 1950, Swimming, 1950,
Golf Team, 1952, Silver Medal for Second Highest Scorer in Swimming Meet,
1947, Silver Medal for Second Highest Scorer in Sculling Race, 1947, Gold Medal
for Winning Sculling Champion, 1948, Junior School Tennis Champion, 1948.
Club Activities-Helm Staff, 1948, Glee Club, 1949, '50, '52, Cheerleader, 1950,
Editor of Buccaneer, 1952, Captain of Rifle Team, 1952, Cheerleader, 19523
Decorating Committee, 1952, Cotillion Club, 1952,
In his five years at Farragut, "Ronnie" has risen to become a com-
missioned officer and one of the leaders of the corps. His quick
wit and personality captured everyone here and are things that
will never be forgotten. Three years ago, "Ronnie's" brother com-
manded the Second Company, and "Ronnie" is instilled with the
same desire to win as his brother was. We all wish him the best
of luck in his future electrical engineering career, and we are
certain that he will achieve the same success at Georgia Tech
that he has attained here. The Senior class of '52 wishes you the
best of luck.
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EDWIN GUST SCHWOPPE, JR.
38545 Riverside Drive
Mt. Clemens, Michigan
Varsity Athletics-Varsity Football, 1951, '52, Second Place in Swimming Meet,
murals-lnter-company Basketball, 1951, Tennis, 1952,
Activities-Dance Band, 1951, '52, Glee Club, 1951, '52g Cotillion Club.
,'52, Monogram Club, 1951, '52, Buccaneer Staff, 1952, Head Waiter, 1952.
came to us two years ago and has done well in all activities
both in academic and athletics. He excelled in Varsity football,
receiving a letter in both his Junior and Senior years, Each meal
"Ed" can be seen taking charge of the mess hall in the capacity of
Head Waiter. He is a mainstay of the bass section in the band
and also the pianist of the dance orchestra. "Ed" can be seen
around town with his steady whose name is Harriet, "Ed's" plar1S
for the future include Michigan State College, where he will
major in economics. Best of luck, "Ed," we are sure you'll succeed
at anything you set out to do.
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Intrc1-muraIs- Ritle Tea'-K I9-19, 50, 5'
Three years ago Jack came to Farragut as a day student and
has been one ever since, I-le is vvell liked by all students and is
a very vvell-drilled cadet. I-Ie was the best ritleman in the school
two years ago and the best-drilled cadet this year, I-le is one ot
the tevv cadets who don't like girls, but they seerr to like him, I-le
likes radio and electronics, but he plans on beirg a doctor, We
ot the senior class wish him the best ot luck in vvhatever he does.
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"Tutty, let's stand on our heads and sing 'Cry' '
Military-Member ol Color Company, I949, 5I, Farraj N es I95O 52 Fl
Class Petty Officer, I95I, Nernber ot Third Company I952 Second CI iss P
Officer, I95O, C.P.O I
all going to miss you.
Intro-murals-Soccer, I9-18, SI, Sailing, I949, '50, Li esaver f-tvvar I94
Softball, I95O, '5I, '52, Football, I95I, '52, Basketba 52 Volleyna
I95I, '52, Galt Squad WSI '52
Club Activities-Dramatic C ua, T949 f5C, 52, Dancina Cass I949 Librarian
W49: Entertainnw-nt Contnsittee, I95I, 52, Cotiilion ua I 52 S Ort
Editor ot Buccaneer, I952, Birtnoce Stat: I95'2, Ge lub Pu i
See:-ring Contest I952
Four years ago "Smitty" arrived at AFA, front Chicago I-lis pe
sonality wasn't his only tribute to fl,.F.A tor he has participateo
an the various athletic fields and has done vvell inthe rlassroon
Vfherever lun is brevving or t'ouble ig stirring y c it a fva
he tound, I-le is planning to be ar attorney rn fve know twat
success is certain to tollovv. So lorg and srna s Nr
Military-Ensign, First Company.
Varsity Athletics-Football, l95l, Basketball, l95l.
intra-murals-Football, 1952, Basketball, Softball, i952, Softball, l95O.
Club Activities-Monogram Club, l95l, '52, Cotillion Club, l95l, '52,
"Hank" is a Michigan boy and is proud of it. He entered Farro-
gut two years ago and has risen in rank to a platoon leader. He
participated in varsity football last year and won his letter play-
ing end. As he was ineligible this year, "Hank" helped his com-
pany fight for the colors by playing all inter-company sports. Well
known for his laugh, "Hank" always has some remark about any-
thing and everything. Good luck, "Hank," and may you always
be as well liked as you were here.
HENRY SPENCE VAUGHN
"Let's go, Pete!"
Military-Third Class Petty Officer, l952, Department Riband, l95Q.
lntra-murals-Baseball, l952, Tennis, 1952, Weight Lifting, 1952.
Club Activities-Glee Club, l952, Cotillion Club, l952.
"Wib" came to us from the booming metropolis of Quincy, Florida
lpop. l200i. But despite difficulties he has made a name for
himself in the eyes of the St. Pete female population. After a
long, bitter fight, "VVib" gained the much-deserved rank of 3P.O.
His interest in auto design is a fine start on the future career as
on industrial designer. So as he leaves, we bid a fond good-by
and good luck.
WILBUR WAYNE WARD
222 East Jefferson Street
"Hey, what's this?"
Military-1 P.O,, 1952, Farragut Mates, 1952, 2 P.O., 1950.
Intro-murals-Touch Football, 1949, '50, '51, Galt, 1950, '5l.
Club Activities-Cotillian Club, 1951, '52g Glee Club, 1950, Dancing, 1951
Walt has been with us for three years now, and goes under
the title of a day student. Walt's progressiveness in the classroom
certainly has brought to himself and everyone a mark of distinc-
tion, Walt has a swell personality and a good feature which so
many people lack, getting along with others. We don't worry
about Walt in later life, for we know he will progress as he has
here. Best of luck, Walt.
DAVID FRANCIS WIDMANN
167 Fifth Street
"Gee, I wish I had a sword"
WALTER TITUS WEST, JR.
2355 Twelfth Street South
St. Petersburg, Florida
"Came on down to Bartlett Pork"
Military-3 P.O,, 1951, '52,
lntra-murals-Football, Basketball, Volleyball, Baseball, Golf, 1952,
Club Activities-Member of the Band and Dance Band.
Dave Widmann comes to Farragut from Renovo, Pennsylvania.
Since September, Dave has made good use of his Farragut life.
Scholastically, Dave has always been in the top ten of his class
"Ely" was very active in all intra-mural sports as he fought for the
dear old band. He and his magic sax are also a part ot the popu-
lar school dance band. After graduation this May, Dave plans
to attend Penn State College where he will study electrical engi-
neering. Lots at luck, "Ely,"
Military-I P.O., Conduct Riband 1951, '52,
Academic-Academic Riband, 1951, '52,
Intro-murals-Weightlifting, Varsity Baseball, 1950.
Club Activities-Glee Club, 1951, '52,
"Dick" Widmann was bor i ock Jknnsylvania. This year
"Dick" attended Farragp the time and made a good show-
ing in both his scholb' and leti activities. During the year,
"Dick" was active ' such s rts as weightlifting and baseball,
"Dick's" pet hobb hot r 5 and if he is not talking about them,
he can be found adi about them. "Dick" plans to enter Penn.
State Colle xt yea and hopes to take up business adminis-
tration. ljler hopi he will be as much of a success there as he
JAMES RICHARD WlDMANN has been re at rragut. We'll miss you, "Dick"
420 West Main Street 1,
Lock Haven, Pennsylvania J
"l'm going to build me a hot rod"
Military-Farragut Mates, 1952.
Intro-murals-Football, 1951, '52, Basketball, 1951, '52, Volleybail, 1951, '52:
Softball, 1951, '52, Golf, 1951, Boxing, 1951.
Club Activities-Cotillion Club, 1952, Glee Club, 1952,
"Tony" came to us at the 2nd semester of last year. 1-le of course
had to keep up this ratio, so "Tony" left us at the second semester
of this year. He graduated last year and took a post-graduate
course this year, "Tony" was an outstanding fellow, as far as the
corps went. Everyone liked this chap, who could have certainly
helped the football and basketball teams this year if he had
been eligible. 1-le had a great personality which was a quiet
one, but l wouldn't advise anyone to get this 6' 3" fellow mad
at you, it wouldn't be healthy, So whatever field you go intO,
we wish you the best of luck in everything.
JOHN ROBERT MCGARTY
'I97 Condee Avenue
Soyville, New York
"Hey, Charlie, let's go A.W.O.L,"
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THE FARRAGUT MATES us a drlll team composed
of The 26 cadets who are most wlllnng to learn close
order drlll This years team commanded by CDR
James Moreton has accomplished more than any oth
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cadets who are members ot the Farragut Mates have
perfected some ot the most difficult marching and
rifle manual movements vvhuch are ever attempted by
any drlll team Ot course whenever you have an or
ganlzatlon that IS Tops nt gets Immediate recognltuon
year After many hours ot hard drull The Mates began
putting on exhibitions for the corps at Saturday drlll
periods and Tor the spectators at Sunday parades
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vvhom they performed and they received their tlnal
honor by betng lnvlted to participate an The Armed
Forces Day program at MacDlll Aur Force Base These
cadets may be dlstlngulshed from other cadets not
only by the red bar whuch designates them as Farra
gut Mates but also by thenr mulztary appearance and
theur preclse drull To the Captaln Comdr Moreton
Farragut Mates we vvlsh to eytend a hearty well oone
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Sports at Admiral Farragut have a great bearing on th cad ts taculty
administration and on everyone connected with the school Since the school
has a corps ot only 2-40 cadets it has always been hard to get strong teams
Usually the Blue Jackets find themselves playing out of their class against
strong high school teams Although the Jackets have had to play against
heavy odds they always have lighting teams
This year s football team was not a strong one and only had one victory to
its credit but the spit it at the players showed that the season was worth while
In basketball the scene changed trom a green team at the start ot the
the end ot the season
Baseball also showed the same start as basketball and ended Vx th a good
The intra mural program here at Farragut is set up to provide dtlterent
phases ol athletics tor every boy in school So as you turn the pages ot this
sports sect on you will see tor yor rselt that soorts at Farragut though not big
is one at the most imoortan actvittes inthe adets school lite
season to a polished team with the TBC. championship in their possession, at
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Jackets lose Heartbreaker
Playing a highly favored Clearwater eleven,
evenly throughout the first half, the Jackets lost a
real thriller 6-O. The Clearwater touchdown was :et
up as a result of a blocked kick that proved very
costly. For the fourth successive year rain was the
main feature ofthe game. In the three previous games
with Clearwater Farragut was beaten very badly but
this decision proved a moral victory for the team,
Outstanding Farragut players were Morrison, J., in
the line and Conner in the backfield.
Brooksville Triumphs over Farragut
Making their second start of the year, the inex-
perienced Jackets were beaten by Brooksville 33-6.
The great reserve strength of the Brooksville team was
the deciding factor in the outcome of the game. On
the opening kickoff Don Schick ran 92 yards for a
touchdown but from then onthe offense bogged down
immensely. Brooksville went into the game highly
favored and proved that fact in the outcome of the
game. The Jackets fought hard and were beaten in
score but not in fight. Outstanding Farragut players
were Butch Grimes, Swede Carlson, and Don Schick.
Farragut Wins Upset Victory over Brandon
After two straight defeats, the Blue Jackets came
to life and played inspiring ball while defeating a
favorite Brandon eleven by the score of 6-O. The
score does not tell the actual story of the game be-
cause the success of the Jackets lies in the tremendous
kicking of Duane Carolyne, the passing and running
of Jon Fortman, and the spectacular play of Alter and
Parsons at the ends. lt is impossible, however, to give
all the credit to any select few for the Jackets played
good, hard, and fighting ball and each member of
the team deserves a great deal of credit.
Manatee Trounces Jackets
After beating Brandon the previous week the
Blue Jackets iourneyed to Manatee where they re-
Jackets were completely outclassed by a tremen-
dously favored Manatee team, but regardless of the
ceived the worst defeat in their history, 67-O. The outcome they were never outfought.
Bolles Rips Farragut
Playing their arch rivals from Jacksonville the ferent story. To pick out a star tor this game would
Jackets were thoroughly trounced 56-O, It was the
second successive defeat for the Jackets. The Jackets
were never in the ball game as far as skill but if the
score were tallied on fight it would have been a dit- proved no match.
be impossible for the eleven men gave the best they
had in them to a big and rough Bolles team and they
St. Leo Whips Farragut
Traveling up to Dade City to play the St. Leo again size and skill proved to be the downfall of
Lions, the Farragut team was defeated for the third the Blue Jackets. They proved little match for the
straight week. This week the score was 53'O. Once Lions who scored almost at will.
Farragut Loses 8-O
The Farragut Blue Jackets suffered their fourth
successive defeat to a favorite New Port Richey team.
The Jackets completely outplayed and outfought their
opponents but penalties proved to be the deciding
measure. They gained more yardage, made more
first downs, but also had many long gains nullified
because of the costly infractions of the rules. it was
a hard and bitterly fought battle for both sides. Butch
Grimes, Skip Cleveland, Tom Boyle, and Ed Schwoppe
all played outstanding ball for the Sailors.
Playing their final game of the season, the A.F.A.
Blue Jackets bowed to a favorite Wimauma eleven
in a steady downpour. The entire game was played
in the slush and mud which was brought about by the
rain but nevertheless the entire corps turned out to
cheer for their team in the season's finale.
The lone touchdown of the game was brought
about by a blocked punt which enabled Wimauma
to penetrate the Jackets' goal. Due to the rain the
extra point attempt was unsuccessful and that one
touchdown remained the margin of victory for Wi-
mauma. Outstanding for Farragut in their last game
as members of the fighting Blue Jackets were Cleve-
land, Alter, J. Morrison, Grimes, Schwoppe, and Carl-
son. These seniors throughout the year proved their
worth and although the record may not be too suc-
cessful this team kept the name of the fighting Blue
Jackets a name which is still honored.
TQM LAKU5 JON FORTMAN
Standing left to rlght Grimes Mu ager Ma tl Boyle Allen Parso s Fort'nan Lak s Coach Kneeling left to rlght Mclaughll Chat
Conner Mora Ca ton
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The Jackets started the 1951 52 season wnth a
completely new team and set up The only player
who remamed from the prevlous year was Bug Jon
Fortman the team captaun Coach Tom Lakus took
over the reins for the Jackets and made a green and
inexperienced outtlt of basketball players unto a cham
puonshup Cmclerella team Wnlburn Calton led the
Jackets In scornng throughout the entnre season and
was the top scorer nn the cuty most ot the season Hts
set shots proved the decudnng margm ot many games
"Red" Allen played center throughout the season
Has rebound shots kept the Jackets In contentuon an all
games The team captann, Jon Fortman, was the most
valuable player onthe team Has clever ball handlung,
ablllty at drlbbllng the ball and hrs tancy shots that
always seemed to swlsh through the hoop made hum
a great asset to the team Winston Parsons George
Martnn and Dan McLaughlun rounded out the start
:ng team All three of these boys dtd their share In
wunnung games tor the Jackets
In addltlon to the startlng team Neal Chant Don
Mora, Jam Conner, and Tom Boyle all played crednt
able ball for the Jackets The Jackets dnsplayed that
tughtmg spurlt they are so well known tor, throughout
the season and proved their class by able leadership,
hard ball playing, and most strlklngly ot all by win
mng the Tampa Bay Conference Champnonshlp for
Congratulatuons to our Tampa Bay Champions
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A.F.A. 53 St. Poul's Sl
A,F.A. 47 Venice-Nolcomis 46
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fancied Wm 7am,aa 'gag
During the first month of T952 the Forrogut Blue
Jackets were Oslced to loin the Tompo Boy Confer
ence No sooner were they oclrnitted into it when they
proved their worth by winning the TBC Conference
At the commencement of the tournoment the
they proved the experts wrong when they wolloped
Posco High School in the opening gome 39 to 30
The semi finol round found the Jockets playing
their orch rivols St Poul s During the regulor season
the Jockets split two gomes with St Poul s The Jock
ets ployed inspired boll thot night ond monoged to
win their semi finol gome 3 to 5l
The flnol gome feotured G toll ond fovored
Venice Nokomis teom ogdunst the whiz kids from
Forrogut The Jockets fought ond won this contest
olso ond become the TBC Conference Bosketboll
Chompions No teorn ever deserved this honor more
Given little chonce of reaching the semi finols ond
let olone of winning the finols they proved their spirit
ond ployed like the chcxmplons they ore
Big Jon Fortmon the teom coptoin wos the unoni
mous choice of oll the cooches GS the stor ployer in
the tournoment John Allen Forrcxguts fine center
wos elected to the All Conference teom olso
In T953 the Jockets will risk their chomplonship
but until then ond perhops for mony yeors to follow
the Forrogut quintet will be the Tompo Boy Confer
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Thus year s J V team was one which everyone an
the school can be proud of Thus group of boys un
der the able clrrectnon of Coach Nunnelly went
through a season wlth 7 wtns and 2 losses and a
varsuty team by gnvang them very able competutuon
ID practtce and sometlmes beatung them rn practuce
games So to these future varslty players we gave
our hearty congratulatlons
great sprrlt They were also a great help to the
Jan. 10 OLPH vs. A.F.A. Here 20-21
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Top row left to rlght BOYLE WIDMANN J MOREAU GIBSON Standlng ALLEN
ROBERTS CAPMANY PARSONS KAISER Kneelnng COPADO MARTINEZ TIERNEY
PARTlOW LAMBROS Seated BRAVO COLTON EVERETT SMITH
The baseball team this year for a green team IS doing very well It will be Impossible
to get the full season s accomplishments before this book goes to press but up to now the
team can be proud of tts record It has two wlns so far agatnst Largo and Brandon
It suffered defeat at the hands of St Petersburg and New Port Richey Coach Claude
Nunnelly has flnally got a starting nune after long conslderatlon at the furst of the season
The team suffered a bug handucap thus season because of so many lettermen graduating
last year Almost all of the team IS new and has never played together before which
made It hard for them to cluck at furst But after the first game they began working to
gether and now have the resemblance of a polished team If they keep gomg as they
are now, the season wall prove to be a btg success and an achtevement for tts members
and the school
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Seated left to rtght Carlson Secretary Vaughn Vuce Prestdent Fortmon Presldent J Morrnson Treasurer Standmg fnrst row Carolyne
Cleveland Boyle Schwappe Emmerson Martmez lanson Schick Mallory Hunter Conner Perez Standnng second rofv Tl rney Chan
Moreton Capmany Alter Parsons Keenan Roberts Grumes
ball Basketball or Baseball Thus Club IS one of the most outstandung tn the
school and It IS looked upon by the Corps with admiration lt ts one ot the old
est clubs nn the school and has presented trophtes tor athletic honors to the
Cadets who have earned them
The Monogram Club also holds an annual dance whlch as the btggest and
best one ot the year A Queen as chosen and awards are made during the
Toward the end ot the year the Monogram Club holds a banquet away
tram school where speeches good tood and an all around good tnme are en
,oyed by all members
Thus the rematntng members who wull not graduate have every reason to
keep up the good standards ot the Monogram Club and to make ut the best
strongest and most representattve organ zatuon ot all the clubs at Farragut
The Monogram Club is composed ot Cadets who won letters in either Foot-
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Football 1950 ond 1951
DUAN E CAROLYNE
Busk tball 1952
Basketball Manager 1952
Ba kefball 1952
Football 'I950 a cl 1951
Football 1950 and 1951
Foofboll 1950 and 1951
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GREGORY, GILBERT, BONINO, LAWRENCE, BOND.
SALAZAR, HEDRICK, CHESLEY, SCHWOPPE, ROBINEAU, REARDON.
PATTERSON, CARTER, LAWRENCE, HUDSON.
There IS a burldnng In Washrngton the Decngon that IS the new model Pen
tagon only wrth fave extra sude VVhIle vusutnng Washrngton last summer the
summer of I972 I had occasion to do business In thus new burldlng While step
ping from my car a Wldmann J In front of the bulldung I was almost run over
by a truck that belonaed to Morrison Inc Garbag Collectors After thus nar
row escape a car stopped to see If I was hurt I saw the great Great Dr Lunln
get out and come bouncmg toward me A large crowd formed around me I
ecognuzed the Pro Golfer and play boy Slammm Jimmy Chesley I explarned
to Dr Lunrn and the crowd that I was all rlght and proceeded toward the
building Th doors to the Declgon weren top n yet so I stopped to talk to a
auuet chap a fellow by the name of Carolyne Soon I saw Mr Schoenhardt
commg to open the doors for us then I stopped to chat wlth Mr Schoenhardfr
for a second he IS chief electrrcnan for the burldlng and hrs wrfe IS seamstress
I paused for a second ID the hall to buy a newspaper In the headllnes I
saw where the United States representatlve to the Unlted Nations Roydeford
Donaldlor Carlson had started a hot debate wuth Senor Jose de Capmany of
Cuba and Sergr de la Bertorellu of Venezuela over the locatuon of the Olymprc
Games thus year Under thas headlrne was a smaller headlme WILL PUERTO
RICO BE STATE NUMBER FIETY and In smaller print It went on to explaln how
Dr Alfredo Feyo Bravo was flghtrng for the admlttance of hrs state to the
and the runner up for the Title W W Ward On one of the middle pages of
the paper I saw where the Senator from Texas Texas Charlle Goodrich and
the Senator from New Mex: o J J Inqrn Howe have had a controversy over
the llvrng condztuons of the Navalos onthe Texas New Mexlco bord r Natur
ally I turned to the coml section and read the adventures of Fear ess Felruch
and Manor League Star FIF1 Roberts Out of force of habrt and for the sake
of thus story I turned to the classlfred sectnon the furst ad I saw read luke hrs
GOOD CHEAP WAITER APPLY ED SCHWOPPE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS
there was another ad for P. estonrte Bottle Washrng Inc that caught my eye
It read somethrng like thus Is your bottle all wet? I was lust foldung up the pa
per when a hobo named Fuske came by and bummed the old paper from me
I contlnued upon my way down the hall and upon roundmg the corner I
saw Melvrn Alter and Buzzy Smuth wrrtmg MORTIMORE WAS HERE all
over the wall Bruley the cop also saw the aorngs on need I say more'?
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the doors I recognized the nome so I went ID I wos glod to see Bob Ang
stodt ogorn ond he wos very frlendly I-Ie told me obout o few friends of ours
He told me he wos In chorge of Investugotlng o few old friends of ours
.llm Moreton hs right hond mon Joe Solozor ond hrs rnouthpnece The
Mooch DeBots In chorge of the unvesttgotlon wos the S notor from Kentucky
George Estes Mortln ond Senotor .Ionothon Mllls III IDIxIecrot North Cor I
This wos shocking news to me I thought the boys were so qulet when I knew
them but often some people lust con ttell Bob olso told me obout thus kid from
New York Tony McGorty wos coughtshootlng crops wlth I-Ionk Voughn In the
After soyung goodoye to Bob I left ond went down the holl to the offuce
where I hod my buslness I come to see Lt Col Morcel J J Moury olde to the
Gen rol of the Aur Force Ship Clevelond I opened the door ond sow the Gen
erol s bodyguord Blrvet Bloke ond thot swhen I decided I drdn t need to see
Morcel todoy I owe Bllvet flve bucks from on old poker gome I went sneok
Ing out the door ond I lust mode It too b couse I heord hum Comung forthe
door But Bug AI MocLeon storted telling hum obout Wolt West ond Vlr
gle Lucos driving Ground the world In o tonk Bllvet stopped to listen ond I
dug out of there
As I wos leovlng Bull Emerson the doorrnon told me obout CDR Ionson
running hrs ship the Lnttle Bug Boss Horn oground In the Potomoc wlthln
slght of the Declgon When I orrlved ot my cor I turned on the rodlo lust an
time to heor Jon Fortmon s Bond of the Alr Woys He hod the new slnglng
sensotlon Fronkle Toothpuck Chornblee After the musnc come the news
John M Pofford reportnng I-Ie wos tellsng how Puttsburgh gongster Rach
Loughner hod hnred Rach The Broun Corter to run hls Florldo rockets Also
thot Bookne Jock Slmpson hod lust pond Jam Portlow the Brov s new pltchxng
stor to throw o gome The cose wall come before tne cholrmon of the Grond
Jury IH the mornung the chonrrnon of cours IS Butch Grmmes Thus ended
Cowan s peoceful If-JIClOyIr1Tl'1e notion s coputol
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MOST STUDIOIJS SENIOR
MOST POPULAR SENIOR
MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED
BEST ALL AROUND SENIOR
MOST MILITARY SENIOR
MOST ATHLETIC SENIOR
BEST OROOMED SENIOR
MOST COURTEOUS SENIOR
MOST FRIENDLY SENIOR
BEST COMMISSIONED OFFICER
SENIOR WITH MOST SCHOOL SPIRIT
BEST ALL AROUND UNDERCLASSMAN
BEST JUNIOR SCHOOL CADET
BEST PETTY OFFICER
MOST NAIVE SENIOR
MOST DIONIFIED SENIOR
MOST MUSICAL SENIOR
BROAD MINDED SENIOR
SENIOR WITH MOST PERSONALITY
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Stuvidmg, reor row, left to right: WARD, PEREZ, IKE, HUNTER, CAROLYNE, ALTER, FISHER, PARTLOW, HEDRICK. Second row: LT TAYLOR,
MIXER, MORRISON, J., CARLSON, LAUGHNER, PARSONS, GRIMES, CHAIT, SCHOENHARDT, MORETON, SALAME. Seated: IANSON,
WIDMANN, J,, WRIGHT, BRILEY, GIUNTA, EVERETT, SCHWOPPE, SMITH, zum FELDE, MARTINEZ.
GIBSON, CONNER, CARLSON,
MARTINEZ, GILBERT, COPADO
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Smndmq- LT CONLON, FEIRICH, MIXER, HUNTER,
parm? N-0 'WM-Y?-In U4-Q.Lx+ 0,145 1954
Svundmg, Ieft to riqIv'4 BRILEY, HUNTER, CAROLYNE, VAUGHN, LAUGHNER, R., GRIFFIN, Seowd: UPHAM, IANSON, FEIRICH, MILLS.
Sfcmdmg, Id? to MQIWI LT EASTMAN, GRIMES, PARSONS, ALTER, CAROLYNE, MORRISON, R., HEDRICK, MORRISON, J., COWIN.
Ssmed LAUGHNER, R., SMITH, DeBATS, UPHAM, GRIFFIN, FAGEN, EVERETT, PELLAR.
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MERWIN ALTER, leave my Spring Vacation in Miami Beach to "Tuffy" Parsons.
ROBERT W. ANGSTADT, leave my urge to depart to Tony Carroll.
SERGIO BERTORELLI leave my shower to Marurn for has annual bath
DONALD BLAKE leave my bass drum to the next guy who would rather carry a drum than a rntle
ALFREDO BRAVO leave all my English IV notes to Wrrshung
LEWIS G BRILEY leave my cuvuluan clothes to Bob Gregory
JOSE A CAPMANY leave my boots to Copado
DUANE CAROLYNE leave the name Dumbo to the next deservlng cadet
ROY D CARLSON leave my brains to Lt Lakus
DICK CARTER leave all my lost weekends
ROYSTER CHAMBLEE leave my height to Szaplro
JAMES CHESLEY leave my overnnghts to Carl Swanson
SKIP CLEVELAND leave my assignment as the Commandant s pet peeve to the next Frrst Com
WILLIE COFFMAN bequeath Oscar Rodrxguez to the next occupant roam 218
STEVE COWIN leave the keys to the car I dont have parked on Park Avenue to Kenny
CHUCK DEBATS leave all my woman troubles to Lou Weuss
BILL EMERSON leave my black book to Emmerson A
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JACK FISKE leave my ablllty ot smokung IU my room to Romer
JON FORTMAN leave my worrres tlylng staples and late hours to Sprosng Hunter
CHARLES GOODRICH leave my hop to Lt Andrews
BUTCH GRIMES bequeath my sociable laugh and slack ctty ways to Tanner
JERKY JOE HOWE leave my worn and battered I P O strupes to I-leadly
JIM IANSON leave all my Naval Reserve Irbertues to Upham
RICH LAUGHNER leave my tour years experuence that I got from thus Institution to my brother
ROGER LUCAS take everything wuth me IGoodyI
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DANNY LUNIN leave my TITIe of The LITTIe Kung To The deservlng cadeT offucer
JAMES MacEWAN leave my abIIITy To loaf To Hulyer
AL MacLEAN leave my ablllfy To sfrup weapons To Tierney
GEORGE MARTIN leave all my old caddue cIoThs To Pop Taylor
MARCEL MAURY leave my black paTenT leaTher Inspection shoes To Lee HunTer
JOHN MILLS leave my Reserve Tralnlng Cruises To Jeep Griffin
JIM MORETON leave my abIlITy To swung from The cellung by a sTapler To PeTrIcek
JOHN MORRISON leave my abIIITy To puT cadeTs on The conducT reporT To Boyle may he Tor
ever Tull The ranks of The E D squad
RALPH MORRISON leave my female Tules To The mosT deserving cadeT
JOHN PAFFORD leave LT Clarks class To The nexT buddnng polIT1cIan
JIM PARTLOW vvsll my size I2V2 shoes To Ally Cannon
EVAN PRESTON leave my good conducT rnband To RaITano
PETE ROBERTS hereby leave Thank Goodness'
JOE SALAZAR leave my appeTlTe Tor FarraguT Food To anyone vvho has an Iron sTomach
RONALD SCHOENHARDT leave my afTernoon daTes To The nexT edlTor of The Buccaneer
ED SCHWOPPE leave 26 vvaITers and Pop Taylor To anyone who wanTs To be Head WaITer
JACK SIMPSON leave my Sprnngfueld rall 8 ol 6 of :TI To Schobel
MARTIN SMITH leave my poInTIcal pull hells bells and more bells To WInsTon Parsons
HANK VAUGHAN leave To LT Lakus a hlghly polished spITToon
WAYNE WARD leave my wavy locks To Sarga
WALTER WEST leave my excus s from aThleTucs To Fred Trembafh
DAVID WIDMAN leave my abIlITy To play a musncal InsTrumenT To Don Fanrbanks
I DICK WIDMANN leave my homeslckness To Roy Warner
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This year, as in previous years, our school had to undergo a rigid inspection by a
Board of Naval Officers sent down by Bureau of Naval Personnel to inspect all Honor
Naval Schools in the country. The Board was met at the south gate by an Honor Guard
composed of the Farragut Mates. After inspecting the Guard, they were "piped aboard"
with Side Boys. They began their inspection by going through all quarters and visiting
all classrooms. At the completion of classes, the Corps went to their Naval Science
assignments. After giving all these classes and special proiects a very careful going over,
the Inspecting party met the Faculty in the Lounge and then proceeded to eat lunch while
the dance orchestra played very enioyable dinner music. At 1400 the Corps turned out
in full dress uniform for a parade. The Farragut Mates staged an impressive exhibition
before Adiutant's Call was sounded. Upon the completion of a smart drill which consisted
of a Formal Inspection, followed by Special Ceremonial Parade and Butts Manual, the
activities began at the water front. Quickly changing uniform, the Cadets moved to their
assigned activities at the boat docks. At l5OO the Inspecting Officers took their leave
through the Side Boys and out to the west gate to the Honor Guard. The Senior Officer
of the Board stopped at this point to commend the Farragut Mates for the fine showing
they had mode. This ended another year's inspection in which Farragut again won the
rating of United States Honor Naval School.
and Mrs Robert W Angstadt
and Mrs Jose A Capmany
and Mrs Wllllam E Card
and Mrs H Royster Clwamblee
and Mrs Wllllam C Cowan
and Mrs Clarence Coffman
and Mrs Frank H Portman
and Mrs Alfred C Green
Mr and Mrs Wllltam A Hagerman
Mr J B Headley
Mr and Mrs Carl R llce
Mr and Mrs Benl Katz
Mr and Mrs LesterE Laugbner
Mr Jobn Loy Jr
Mr and Mrs Plwllllp Lunan
Dr YaleS l.Unln
Mr and Mrs l F Massaru
and Mrs J D Morrlson
and Mrs Carleton E Moreton
Dr and Mrs Harry Raltano
Mr W H Rambo
and Mrs M H Roblneau
Mr and Mrs LouusA Smath
Mr and Mrs J Kennan Walton
Mr and Mrs Walterl West
Mr and Mrs Grant H Wucklander
Mr ancl Mrs John R Wolf
Mr M W Yunlcer
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We the staff of the Buccaneer wlsh to express our sincere appreclatlon to the people whose help made
at possible to publush this book especually the staff of St Petersburg Prnntung Co The Tunes Engravung Co
and Mr Clancy our photographer
ln the followrng pages are listed our advertisers We apprecuate the considerate co operatuon they have
gxven us and we are sure that they un turn well apprecuate your patronage
Edgar H Allen
Anchorage Boat Basnn
Aton Musuc Co
Ayer s Dxner
Bull s Shoe Shop
Bouquet Flower Shop
Buley s Barber Shop
Champnon s Sundrues
Conway Construction Co
Edouard C Craig
Dent and Englrsh
Edward James Hotel
Egerton and Moore
El Morocco Apts
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Florxda Natnonal Bank
Florida Power Corporation
Florlda State Theaters
Green Castle Apts
Hull s Aur Service
Johnson Unlform Co
Johnstone Fuel Co
Jungle Prada Apts
Ken Wal Motors
Lassung lnsurance Co
Letters Music Co
Llddy s Shoe Shop
Lorenzen Coffee Servnce
James E MacEwan
Mttchell Electrnc Co
Murphy s Pharmacy
Offlce Supply Co
Oliver Travel Service
James M Pafford
Pan American Bank
Pnnellas Lumber Co
Pinellas Prnntnng Co
Pnnellas Seafood Co
Ponce de Leon Hotel
Reed Candy Co
John S Rhodes
Roger s Cleaners
Roblson s Camera Shop
Royal Palm Hotel
Rutland s Men s Shop
St Petersburg Opttcal Co
St John s Optical Co
St Petersburg Prrntnng Co
Sarasota Beach Colony
E F Schoenhardt
Sumpson s Good Food
P K Smlth
Soft Water Laundry
Spencer s Music Shop
Standard Furniture Co
Star Hardware Co
Stead Eggleston Motors
Taylor s Restaurant
Tlrnes Engravnng Co
Todd Hyatt Stores
Treasure Arr Apts
Treasure Island Court
Troplc Terrace Apts
Tropucal Flying Service
Union Trust Co
Walker s Jewelry
Webb s Cnty
Webber s Wonderland
West Coast Tntle
Bruce Werts Co
Werts Mear Co
Wholesale Produce Co
Wollpert and Co
Yellow Cab Co
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PAT and CHUCK
GAIL and TUFFY
NANCY and DANNY
HARRIETTE and EDDIE
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MARY JO and RONNIE
CHARLOTTE and TOMMY
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Savmgs Accounts Interest bearrng
Christmas Club Save 5Oc to SIO weekly
Safe Deposlt Boxes from S3 per year up
Trust Department ns your wall on tale wrth 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 Credlt Commercual and Travelers
Collectuons Local and out of town
Foreign Exchange bought and sold
Commerctal Loans for merchants manufacturers etc
Lnfe Insurance Loans Low Interest rates
Home Repanr Loans FHA plan
Auto Loans Low bank rates
Personal Installment Loans
Curb Teller bank from your car
Lobby Dusplay Space for local merchants
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PHONE 7 7554
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3828 Gulf Boulevard
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11400 Gulf Blvd Treasure lslond Sf Pefersburg 6 a
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265 CENTRAL AVENUE
TELEPHONE 7 4104
HOTEL AND BATH CLUB
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The Wholesale Produce Co
2222 Fourth Sfreei Norfh W
St Pelersburg Florida
Phone 78127 78128
fresh Fruzls and legelublev
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468 Central Avenue Sl Petersburg Florida
Phone 7 4714 7-8492
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WALKER S Inc
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327 Cenfral Avenue St. Petersburg, Florida
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435 First Avenue North Phone 1 6134
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151 THIRD STREET NORTH
PHONE 7 2383
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426 LENTRAL AVENUE
Phell Hotel Bldg Phone 7 2331
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153 Main Street
Phone 1034 Falmouth, Mass.
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Chang ng Classes at The New Academic Building
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7005 F fih A N Il
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Telephone 1 2329
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861 FENTRAI AVENUE
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Phone 7 7121-
CENTRAL AVENUE AT 20th STREET
ST PETERSBURG FLORIDA
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Black Light Murals
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Latest Fnrst Run Pictures
MITH 81 Company
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464 CENTRAL AVENIE
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XRAY SHOE STORE
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Flrst Av nue North
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526 Central Avenue
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Anchorage Boat Basln
The Complete Marina
On the St Lucre 'A mr E of Marker 22
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Box 684 Stuart Floruda
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Treasure Aure Apartments
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ST PETERSBURGS LARGEST AND MOST MODERN LAUNDRY
A SERVICE FOR EVERY NEED
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1214 Ninth Street North
St. Petersburg, Florida
We Telegraph Flowers
Best Wishes From
CADET ARTHUR E. RAITANO
B eede s of
ENGLISH BULL DOGS
Box 958 Punta Gorda
EVERYTHING FOR THE OFFICE
942 Central Avenue
St Petersburg Florida
Phone 7 4327
Ken Wal Motors, Inc
DeSoto And Plymouth
CADET JAMES E MCICEWAN
WULLPERT and CUMPANY
2820 Fourth Street No th St Petersbu g Florida
Ice Cream M Frozen Custard Ml
DAIRY MIX, Int
2150 Fi st Avenue South St Petersburg Flonda
Compl ents of
SHIP BOTTOM NEW JERSEY
Star Hardware Company
General Hard are Sporting Goods
Elect ical Supplies
Phone 79 3062
2317 Central Avenue St Pete sbu g Florida
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LOCKER PLANT 943 Baum Avenue 20 Car Parking Lot for Customers
Prepared Processed Double Deepfreeze Wrapped
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BUSINESS CARDS FNVELOPES BUSINESS FORMS
PUBLICATIONS LI' TTERHEADS POSTAL CARDS
CATALOCS VARI TYPING
W GENE TURNER Prop t PHONE 72772
TT05 CENTRAL AVENUE ST PETERSBURG FLORIDA
Pmellus Seafood Co
WHOLESALE and RETAIL
St Petersburg 5 Florldo
Telephone 7 T848
FUEL OIL BURNERS
Soles and Servnce
Certufued Full Measure
OIL BURNING EQUIPMENT
2I43 Fufth Avenue South
Phone 7 7763
Telephone CHestn t 5 2085
New Yo k o d B ookly
T lepho 6074
EDGAR H ALLEN 8 SUN, n
OAK AND PINE PILES POLES
825 Folrfleld Avenue
Kemlworth New Jersey
MITCHELL ELECTRIC C0
2059 Central Avenue
St Petersburg Flondc
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Compllments of BOB JOHNSON UNIFORM CO
Adams at Clay Street, Jacksonville, Florida
The ottncual unltormer ot the Admlral Farragut Academy Faculty
JACKS DINER DOWNYFLAKE LUNCH
847 Central Ave
TAYLOR S REbTALRAlNT
Apparel for Lodles Glrls and Boys
GOOD FOOD AT POPULAR PRICES
Also Home of Downyflal-Ke Doughnuts
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143 Central Avenue St Petersburg Florida ST PETERSBURG l FLORIDA
Vlkon Alummum Wall Tlle for Your Bath ond Kitchen
ED 0 U A R D C c R A I G RESTAURANT AND HOTEL SUPPLIES
Installation Contractor Distributor
Phone 7'l 2073 145 Twenty flrst Avenue S E
51 Pegg,-Shu,-9 Flo.-.dg 3505 Fourth Street North Phone 78236
Manufacturers of All Uniform Equipment ond Accessories
395 Fourth Avenue New York lo New York 689 Cemfol Avenue Phone 7 N05
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Open Day and Night - Phone 7-9533
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