Fishburne Military High School - Taps Yearbook (Waynesboro, VA)
- Class of 1958
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THE T P
FISHBURNE MILITARY SCHOGL
Rfetwom' . .
The annual is published each year with the purpose in
mind of being able to help each cadet recall his previous year
at Fishburne. This year's annual is no different. The staff and
those responsible for the annual's publication this year hope,
as you look through this yearbook in years to come, that many
happy memories Will be brought back to you. If We can do this,
our efforts have not been in Vain.
This year the Taps is dedicated to a man who is more or less a
second father to a good many of us. He lives with us, he teaches
a lot of us, and he has been coach to several of us. He has help-
ed us when we needed help and he has given us advice when we
asked for it. To you, Major "Chief" Windon, we dedicate this
195 8 Taps.
Colonel Edward P. Childs
Colonel Morgan H. Hudgins
Lt. Colonel Edward B. Young
Lt. Colonel Philip C. Brooks
Lt. Colonel Frank E. Sims
Major General John C. Macdonald
Major M. Elvin Blanchard, Jr
Captain Edmund Bessell
Director of Athletics
Captain Desmond O'Keefe
Professor of Military Science
Capt. Robert S. Davis Major james B. Fontaine lVIajor John B. Garnett M f Sgt. George L. Gentry
History Dietitian Librarian Military Instructor
MfSgt. Ed. R. Gilliam Lt. Colonel Roy W. Haynes Major Hinrichs Captain john W. Hogan
Military Department Englixh cf Science - German cf: Spanish Clzemixtry QQ: Algebra
Mfsgt. Robert W. Holclren Captain Robert jenkins Mrs. Edna Jordon Capt, William C. McChesncy
Military Department Hislory 5 Ant. Coach Secretary to Superintendent Erlglifh
Captain Willie C. Morehead
R. N., School Nuns
Captain Wade T. Parker Major Juette O. Renalcls Capt. W. Ramsey Richardson
Physicx cf: Mathematics Training Specialist Latin Kg Englirh
Dr. S. G. Saunders, M. D.
Mrs. james Truslow
Miss .Io Ann Secrist Mrs. Stanley N. Shirkey Lt. Colonel John R. Singletary
Secretary Secretary i Mathematics
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Mrs. Caroline F. Waller Major Denzil E. Windon ' Capt. Rayburn A. Griffith
School Nuns Mathematics Band
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SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS
lst ROW: jerry P. Muthewson, Vire Presizlenzg Lynn D. Hudgins, Presi
dfinlj Colonel Edward B. Young, Aflfvixer.
Znd ROW: William R. McAuley, Treasurer, Wooclie P. Ware,
S gt.-az-A rms.
Mrs. A. P. Huclgins
Charleston, VV. Va.
Lynn D. Hudgin:
KERRY ANDERSON GEORGE MANUEL ARIAS, JR. TE STRONG
Private Private plam 1
Band A Company 2311 5
Matriculated 1957 Matriculated 1957 3 M ICU A
GEORGE COLTRANE BENOIT
ROBERT FREDRICK BAUER
DAVID NORMAN BOWDEN ALFRED STANLEY CAHALL JOHN LOUIS CALDWELL
Sergeant Pri-vale Second Lieutenant
Band Band Staff
Matriculated 1956 Matriculated 1957 Matriculated 1954
GLENN COLE, JR.
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WILLIAM HENRY COLLIER GINO COLOMBO
B Company A Company
Matriculated 1956 Matriculated 1957
HOWARD JOHN CRAIG
FREDERI C EGN ER CON SOLVO, III
Matriculated 1 95 7
ALFRED DEAN CURRADI DOUGLAS HARMAN DABNEY ROBERT SCHAUB DAWSON
Staff Sergeant Private Master Sergeant
A Company A Company A Company
Matriculated 195 7 Matriculated 1 95 6
THEODORE JAMES DOLLOFF JAMES STONEY DRAKE, III GARY HOLLIS FITZGERALD
Second Lieutenant Captain Master Sergeant
Staff Staff B Company
Matriculated 1955 Matriculated 1954- Matriculatcd 1956
LEON EL GOMEZ
B Company A' I
FRANK MICHAEL FRECE
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MICHAEL LEWIS GRAY DAVID WILLIAM GREEN JAMES LEE HARTMAN
Prifvale Sergeant Private
A Company Colors Band
Matriculated 195 7 Matriculated 1 95 6 Matriculated 195 7
LYNN DOUGLAS HUDGINS DAVID WILLIAM HUTCHISON, JR. PEERAPOL INTUPUTI
F irst Lieutenant Staff Sergeant Private
B Company B Company A Company
Matriculated 1955 Matriculated 195 6 Matriculated 195 8
EDWARD WILLIAM JACKSON, JR.
DAVID ARVIS JENSON GORDON FREDRICK KARIGER EDWARD MOBLEY KENNEDY III
Sergeant Private F irst Lieutenant
Band B Company Staff
Matriculated 1956 Matriculated 195 7 Matriculated 1954
CHARLES HENRY KLINCK, JR. HARRY CHARLES LEWIS, JR. WILLIAM REID MCAULEY, JR.
Prifuaze F irsz Lieutenant Staff Sergeant
B Company B Company B Company
Matriculated 1957 Matriculated 1955 Matriculated 1956
CLARENCE DEQUETTE MAXEY
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Matriculated l 955
ABINANT NaRANONG DENNIS LAWRENCE NORLING JOSEPH JOHN ODDO
F int Lieutenant Captain Private
A Company B Company B Company
Matriculated 1954 Matriculated 1 95 4
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PEDRO LEON PADUA KENDALL CASTLE RANCK
Maxter Sergeant F irst Lieutenant
Matriculated 1955 A Company A Company
Matriculated 1955 Matriculated 1957
JAMES KENNETH SHELTON
JOHN DOMINIC SANSONE
Matriculated 195 7
DAVID LAMAR SMITH YUKOL VORAVIBUL WOODIE PAGE WARE
Private Prifvaze Private
B Company B Company Band
Matriculated 1 957 Matriculated 1 95 7 Matriculated I 957
WILLIAM JAY WESTBERG CHAICHAN YANOTAI
A Company 65 B Company
Matriculated 1 95 7 if Q Matriculated 1 95 7
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JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS
Left to right: Edward Willer, Prexidentg Colonel Roy W. Haynes, Ad-
'UiJBfj Robert Graham, Vice President
Mrs. E. L. Willer
Kannapolis, N. C.
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SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS
john Duffy, Presidenzg Buzz Millard, Vice President 5 john Lindsay,
Secretary - Treasurer 5 Derek Rearden, Sergeant-at-Arms.
Mrs. Jeanne B. Duffy
Drake, F. F.
Smith, O. F.
smith, W. H
Who's this? 6
Music Appreciation Class. 7
Honest occifer, l dicln't sec that bridge! 8
What's going on here? 9
Dignity Personified. I0
All waiters report to the mess hall P.D.O.
What, me worry?
I've got to get out. Out, you hear mc' Out!
Hey, take it easy!
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Major Benoit, Bazzalion Commamlerg Captain Mathewson, Adjutanzg
Captain Drake, Executive Officerg lst Lt. Kennedy, S-35 2nd Lt. Cald-
well, Mex: Officerg MfSgt. Cole, Sgt. Major
Mrs. G. C. Benoit
N Fredericksburg, Va.
A Sponsored by
A Company Smff
Captain Frece, Company Commanderg M f Sgt, Baliles, First Sgz.g Staff
Sgt. Trinkle, Supply Sgt.
Miss can Johnson 5'
151' Plofoofz of A Company
lst Lt. Ranck, Platoon Leader, M fSgt. VVoods, Platoon S gl. 5 Ist Row
Duffy, Smith, O. F., McGeorge, Lawrence, English,
Reed, Dabney, Wentz.
2nd Ro-wx Craig, Duckworth, Kelly, B., Moore, Dischinger.
371i Row: Verbyla, Otto, Latsha, Colombo, jackson, Trainor, Gutelius.
Mrs. Raymond B. White
Zod Plolooo of A Compooy
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lst Lt. NaRanong, Platoon Leader, M f Sgt. Dawson, Platoon Sgz.g Isl
Row: Curradi, Russ, Judd, Westberg, Reso, Keltz, Avner, Cawialieri, jacox.
Znd Row: Drake, F. F., Bergman, Tantum, Garcia, McConnell, Lapes.
3rd Row :- Taylor, R., Gray, Alberts, Klinck, Arias.
Miss joan Skipsey
Mexico City, Mexico
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Captain Dennis Norling, Company Commanzlerg MfSgt. Pedro Padua,
First Sglg Staff Stg. David Hutchison, Supply Sgt.
Mrs. Ralph L. Norling
Fort Levenworth, Kansas
Is! Plofoofz of B Company
lst Lt. Lynn Hudgins, Platoon Leader, MfSgt. Skip Collier, Platoon Sgt.
Isl Row: Marshall, Murdoch, Coles, J., Oden, Cleavenger, Warner,
Kariger, Lowe, Thomas.
2nd Row: Webb, Brady, Maser, Filvarof, Cook, Stehr.
3rd Row: Crowder, Hill, Haines, lmhoff, Birch, Lofland, Dolan
Miss Marcia Gordon
Charleston, W. Va.
Zfm' Plafoofz of Company
lst Lt. Charles Lewis, Plazoon Leader, Sgt. Reed McAu1ey, Platoon Sgt.
ls: Row: Bowden, Surachai, Pitt, Oddo, Beilinson, Moser,
Smith, W. H., Klinck.
Znd Row: Newman, Crosby, J., Howton, jones, Gregory, Shelton, Sukhum.
31-of Row: Merhige, Smith D., Welsh, Garcia, Warburton, Chicco.
Miss Randy Lewis
Loris, South Carolina
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Captain Robert Armstrong, Company Commander, M f Sgt. Kemble Wid
mer, First Sgl.g Staff Sgt. Robert Bauer, Supply Sgl.g Sgt. Millard,
Buglerg P.F.C. Lindsay, Guidon Bearer.
Mrs. Harry P. Armstrong
Left Column, F font to Rear: Armstrong, Hampton, Ford, Miller, R.,
2nd Column: Logan, Millard, Cahall, Masencup, Clarke, Rosenthal
3rd Column: Carneal, McAllister, Watkins, Hartman,
Hudgins, A., Crosby, H.
-hh Column: Willer, Bottemiller, Bauer, Jenson, Switzer, Marcus
Las! Wi!! and TESMWKYZI
I, "Kerry" Anderson, do hereby will and bequeath
to any unfortunate mister who follows in my foot-
steps, the dust that seems to be constantly in the
soles of my shoes.
I, "George" Arias, do hereby will and bequeath
my sewing kit to cadet Pitt so he'l1 sew his socks,
my paints to cadet Ware, my drawing of Lady
MacBeth to Col. Young and all my Spanish know-
ledge to cadet Cox, and my pen to Hudgins L.
I, "Bob" Armstrong, do hereby will and bequeath
my first 2nd Lieutenant button which is much shiny
to my ill depressed, sorrow filled, demoted esteemed
ex-roommate "all the girls love me I think Ford."
I,"Bob', Bauer, do hereby will and bequeath to
"Mickey the mouse" Frece my ability to lose weight
and keep in shape.
I, "George" Benoit, do hereby will and bequeath
my good looks and my ability to get along with all
the Fairfax Girls, to Ed Willer.
I,"Dave" Bowden, do hereby will and bequeath to
Denny Swing my elevator shoes. I also will and be-
queath my rifle to any "honorable" cadet that
comes to this "honorable" school next year.
I,"Alfred" Cahall, do hereby will and bequeath
my ability to fail senior English three months in a
row to any on coming senior, who might come upon
such an unfortunate situation as I did.
I, "John" Caldwell, do hereby will and bequeath
to "Scurve" Woods, my position as "Headwaiter"
in the hopes that he will uphold the fine traditions
of the Fishburne "Sky line room" and to take care
of all our customers in the same "courteous manner"
-Don't run too hard trying to find waiters for
I, "Glenn" Cole Jr., do hereby will and bequeath
to Larry Myers, my old buddy, one DI Stick and to
Col. Singletary I leave one cigarett butt Where he
can find it and to Fishburne I leave my diploma in
the balance of fate.
I, "Skip" Collier,
my wonderful Adv.
who will need them in the years to come.
do hereby will and bequeath
Algebra grades to all cadets
I, "Gino" Colombo, do hereby will and bequeath
my seriousness to Bob Latsha on the Drill Field.
I, "Fred" Consolvo, of strong back and a weak mind
leave to my boy Latcha a pair of white socks, soap,
toothbrush, comb, socks and shoes so he won't have
to borrow them from anyone else.
I, "Howard" Craig, do hereby will and bequeath
my hot car to the junkman or John Duffy which
ever one arrives on the spot first. To Millard I will
give any train ticket I have left or even a stub, and
to Bob Latsha 85c for a hair cut.
I, "Al" Curradi, do hereby will and bequeath my
ability to swim the Rio Grande to Cavalieri.
I, "Douglas" Dabney, do hereby will and bequeath
my Spanish grades to Bob Taylor, and my weights
to Norman Cox.
I, "Bob" Dawson, do hereby will and bequeath
my ability to keep out of trouble to anyone that can
I, "Ted" Dolloff, do hereby will and bequeath my
many tours and excuses to Ed Merhige.
I, "Dead Head" Drake, do hereby will and be-
queath one live .22 shell to the most honorable Glenn
Cole, Jr., esq., in hopes that he too may some day
be lucky enough to win a 280 medal on Ye Ole FMS
Rifle Range. Likewise do I leave the writing of the
C. Q.'s most widely read column, Barracks Bull, to
some poor, unlucky, ingenious soul to carry on the
traditions of the Order of Most Honorable Trash
Collectors in an attempt to prove that the pen is
mightier than the sword!
I, "Gary" Fitzgerald, do hereby will and bequeath
my room 130 and all the rest of F.M.S. to the guy
who feels more like he does now than he did when
he came in.
I, "Mick" Frece, being of sound body and weak
mind do hereby will and bequeath my ability to ???
to anyone stupid enough to want it.
I, "Mike" Gary, do hereby will and bequeath my
ability to study in study hall to Bob Latsha.
I, "Dave" Green, do hereby will and bequeath to
Capt. Davis one knitted octupus and to Fishburne
my neatest room award, and also I leave Sgt. Gen-
try one slightly bent camshaft, last but by no means
least I leave George Benoit one credit card to the
world's best plastic surgeon and one book entitled
"How to get rid of an inferiority complex in one
easy lesson," almost forgot I will and bequeath to
Capt. Parker one U. S. Govt. mind to move matter
so he too can build a pyramid.
I, "Jim" Hartman, do hereby will and bequeath
my excellent attendance record for reveille to Scurve
Lam' Wi!! mm' Dsfamenf
I, "Dave,' Hutchison, do hereby will and bequeath
my illustrious part in Radio Free Fishburne, may
some electronic genius take over where Jensen and
I left off and to my friends I give a life member-
ship to the "T.R. Club" of Langley Field.
I, "Paul" Intuputi do hereby will and bequeath
room 304 to anyone unlucky enough to get it.
I, "Bill" Jackson do leave ------ gracefully.
I, "David" Jacox, do hereby will and bequeath all
my learned knowledge of Fishburne to the future
cadets, and leave all empty pop bottles to Wolman.
I, "Dave" Jensen, do hereby will and bequeath my
slide rule to anyone who thinks he needs one for
physics, and my membership in the "Carolina
Club"' to Wild Bill Logan and may he further his
love for F.M.S. by being away from home.
I, "Gordon" Kariger, do hereby will and bequeath
the shiny door knob on room 310 to Imhoff, to Buzz
Millard I give my Sr. English notebooks and gray
I, "Eddie" Kennedy, do hereby will and bequeath
my ability to be only person to have a wreck while
riding in a car to Joe Murdock and John Clarke.
I, "Chuck" Lewis, do hereby will and bequeath to
my roommate, Bobby fAghh Raiser! Graham, my
ability to write good sonnets in Senior "Greek", and
the ability to help Capt. Davis unlock his room door
when he has left his key locked inside.
I, "Reid" McAuley, do hereby will and bequeath
to Buzz Millard my ability to enter a certain for-
bidden place without getting caught and any good-
looking girls over at Fairfax AFTER I leave! May
he have a good time getting cut up as I did.
I, "Jerry" Mathewson, do hereby will and be-
queath my lovely voice to Ed Willer and, if by some
misfortune he should become our ever-loving Batta-
lion I wish him a lot of luck on those guard rosters.
I, "Clarence" Maxey, do hereby will and bequeath
my two front teeth to Capt. Jenkins.
I, Dennis" Norling, do hereby will and bequeath
one slightly used tooth brush to Jerry Mathewson
for being a fine roommate, and to George Benoit
one bottle of hairgrower for his "Brunswick Bald
Head", to Joe Oddo, "the Yank", one pair of cow-
boy boots worn by a "Rebel,"
I, "Joseph'i Oddo, do hereby will and bequeath to
Fishburne Military School the following: 1 bucket
of coal per day so my successors may have a little
heat in the morning, and, a pencil sharpener so the
"point" will never go stickless for a day.
I, "Pedro" Padua, do hereby will and bequeath
good luck to the senior class of 1958-59.
I, "Roger" Reso, do hereby will and bequeath my
room 301, in disorder, to some future cadet to keep
I, "James" Shelton, do hereby will and bequeath
my eight, my athletic ability, and my great academic
record set here at F.M.S. to anybody nuts enough to'
take it probably my roommate Valentine Boydy.
I, "Dave" Smith, do hereby will and bequeath my
Senior English grades to anyone Who wishes to
flunk said course.
I, "Woodie" Ware, do hereby will and bequeath
my cymbal compositions in music to Band Company.
I, "Bill" Westberg, do hereby will and bequeath
my shiny shoes to Russ, my squad leader.
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Sponsored by Ken Ranck
Editor Ken Ranok Business Manager
Ist Row: Ranck, Hudgins, Watkins, Hampton. 2nd Row: Ba1i1es,'-Ienson,
Mathewson, Haines, Miller, R., Hartman, Duncan. Absent when
picture was taken: Sansone, Ware.
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Az Desk: Dawson, Drake, Frece, Is: Ro-w: Drake, F. F., Moser, Crosby, I.,
Baliles, Ranck, Cole, Jenson, Webb, Haines, Miller, R., Logan.
2nd Row: Avner, Duncan, Trinkle, Duffy, Sansone, Russ,
Verbyla, Willer, Hartman.
Ist Row: Drake, J. S., Frece, Lewis, Zmi Row: McAuley, Russ
Dawson, Willer, Trinkle, Benoit, Armstrong.
The Cotillion Club is responsible for the planning and supervision of
the decorations for the school's three formal dances and for several informal
dances which the club sponsors during the year.
This year, under the leadership of Cadet Frece, the members of the
club have done an excellent job of carrying out their duties.
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but, Harris, Filvarof, jones, Smith, D., Howton, Alberts. 4th Row: Reso,
Westburg, English, Jacox, Trinkle, Willer, Ranck,
Green, Armstrong, Lowe.
The decorating committee carries out the plans of the cotillion club as
to how the gym is to be decorated for the dances. This group does a job
which, for the most part, is one that receives little thanks but it is a job that
requires a lot of hard work. These boys give up much of their free time to do
this decorating and to get things ready for the school dances.
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Ist Row: Logan, Benoit, Major Windon, Willer, Ranck. 2nd Row:
McAuley, Hartman, Drake, F. F., Widmer, Baliles, Masencup,
Judd, Maser, Hudgins.
The Key Club is one of the two service clubs that we have in the
school. This group has done much for the school. It has placed bed lamps
in the infirmaryg also it has made it possible to have telephone booths
placed in the guardhouse.
The club raises money to carry out these projects in several ways. To
mention one way, members sold hot coffee at a couple of our football games.
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The Y. M. C. A. has done much to help the cadets this year. just to
mention one thing, it has made it possible to show movies in the school chap-
el almost every Saturday night for the entertainment of the cadets. Along
with the entertaining films, the Y has brought many educational movies to
the school for the benefit of he students. The Y. M. C. A. has accomplished
many things this year under the leadership of john Caldwell.
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lst Row: Moore, Consolvo, Sansone, Millard, Willer. Znd Row: Dawson,
Logan, Bauer, Jackson, Baliles, Ware, Mathewson, Craig. 3rd Row: Shel-
ton, Hartman, Marshall, Green, Drake, Saunders, Duffy, Smith, O. F.,
Gray, Colombo, Keltz, Latsha.
These are the boys who represented Fishburne in the field of sports.
The school, for its size, maintains a good variety of athletic activities. This
year Fishburne fielded eight major sports and sponsored two junior var-
sity teams and an intramural program. The above boys did an outstanding
job in representing Fishburne in its major sports.
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I .fl Row: Bowden, Merhige, McAuley5 Miller, C., Rearden.
Znd Row: Jones, Rayner, Logan, Green, Hutchison.
These boys helped provide the much needed school spirit at the ball
games. Any team needs support from the student body in order to do a good
job. Under the leadership of Reid McAuley, these boys did their part in
helping the team and the school spirit.
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2nd Row: NaRanong, Caldwell, Norling
3rd Row: Kennedy, Armstrong, Hudgins, Lewis.
These are the leaders of the corps. It is said that in a military unit, the
N. C. O.'s are the backbone of the unit, but without the officer the organiza-
tion would not function properly. The above cadet officers provided this
needed leadership for the corps' proper operation.
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Commander Dennis N orling Adjutant
Ist Row, left to right: McAuley, Guidon Bearer, Marshall, Arias, Reso,
Klinck, Dabney, Merhige, Oddo, Harnsongkarm. 2nd Row: Duffy, Duck-
worth, Cox, Alberts, Nunley, Newman, Smith, D. 3rd Row: Reed, Craig,
Kelley B., Lawrence, Saunders, Crowder, Birch. Absent when picture was
taken: Denenberg, Baliles.
The Hudgins' Rifles, under the leadership of Captain Dennis Norling,
has again won honors for its school. The group, consisting of thirty men,
took first place in the Apple Blossom Festival at Charlottesville, and came
home seventy-five dollars richer. In the annual Christmas parade the Honor
Guard walked away with another first place trophy. The group plans to go
to Winchester again this year with the sole intention of capturing a third
first place berth.
Much of the success of the Honor Guard this year must be attributed
to a' magnificent jobdone by Norling and his assistant, lst Lt. Dolloff,
but it must be remembered that it was the relentless work of the thirty men
in the unit that really accounted for its successful year.
Isl Row: Mathewson, Benoit, Drake, S.
Zmi Row: Frece, Lewis, Ranck, Caldwell, Norling, Armstrong, Hudgins,
NaRanong. 3rd Row: Dawson, Curradi, Widmer, Green, Drake, F. F.,
Duffy, Merhige, Newman, Baliles, Graham, Willer, Logan, Cole,
Woods, Webfb, Edwards, H. M.
These cadets are responsible for the appearance of the barracks, both
the outside and inside of the rooms. Each group is assigned a stoop and the
students are to see that the cadets on that stoop keep their rooms straight-
ened up and keep the grounds of the school looking neat and clean.
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Znd Row: Hampton, Shelton, Hill, Woods, Newmin
3rd Row: Warburton, Judd, Jackson, Reed, Webb, Moore, Colombo, Gray,
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1223 Hamilton St.
George Manuel Arias, Jr.
Panama R. of Panama
Robert Steven Armstrong
506 Greenwood Drive
Robert Fredrick Bauer
22 Ross Street
Rochester, New York
George Coltrane Benoit
David Norman Bowden
11720 Edgewater Drive
Lakewood 7, Ohio
Alfred Stanley Cahall
John Louis Caldwell
cfo American Consulate
Glenn Cole, Jr.
3612 Oval Dr.
William Henry Collier
849 Shawnee Rd.
Gino R. Colombo
104 Shawnee Way
Clarksburg, W. Va.
Frederic Egner Consolvo I
1906 Springfield Ave.
Howard John Craig
303 Hillcrest Dr.
Alfred Dean Curradi
Douglas Harman Dabney
Robert Schaub Dawson
1026 Irving Ave.
Westfield, New Jersey
Main Street -
Youngstown, N. Y.
James Stoney Drake, III
421 Ridgeley Road
Gary Hollis Fitzgerald
1226 Belmont Terrace
Frank Michael Frece
5 Avenida Sur No. 2
Santa Ann, El Salvador
David William Green
402 Yeager Ave.
Ft. Benning, Georgia
James Lee Hartman
Snow Hill, Md.
Lynn Douglas Hudgins
1513 Clark Road
Charleston, W. Va.
David William Hutchinson, Jr.
154 Benedict Ave.
Langley Air Force Base, Va.
2653 Connecticut Ave.
Washington D. C.
Edward William Jackson, Jr.
3682 Dubsdread Dr.
David F. Jacox
79 Norville Drive
Rochester 15, New York
David Arvis Jensen II
634 Main Street
Reidsville, North Carolina
Gordon Fredrick Kariger
1205 Warwick Ave.
Edward Movley Kennedy III
Blackstock, South Carolina
Charles Henry Klinck, Jr.
44 Philadelphia Ave.
Takoma Park, Maryland
Harry Charles Lewis, Jr.
Loris, South Carolina
William Reid McAuley, Jr.
1817 Westover Ct.
Rocky Mount, North Carolina
Jeremiah Philip Mathewson
147 Clarendon Circle
Clarence Duquette Maxey
130 Blake Road
100 NaRanong Road
Dennis Lawrense Norling
614 McClellan Ave.
Ft. Leavenworth, Kansas
Joseph John Oddo
2121 Foster Ave.
Brooklyn 10, N.Y.
Pedro Leon Padua
632 South Wayne Ave.
Kendall Castle Ranck
232 Belle Haven Road
Roger M. Reso
54 Fairway Drive
John Dominic Sansone
15 Overlook Terrace
James Kenneth 'Shelton
1501 Claiborne Street
David Lamar Smith
12405 Flack Street
Silver Spring, Maryland
2653 Connecticut Ave.
Washington D. C.
Woodie Page Ware
Colonial Beach, Va.
William Jay Westberg
3429, 34 st. NW.
Washington D. C.
KERRY ANDERSON: Band 13 Dance Band 13 Wrestling
Team 13 Decorating Committee 13 YMCA 1.
GEORGE MANUEL ARIAS, JR.: YMCA 13 Wrestling
Team 13 Honor Guard 1.
ROBERT STEVEN ARMSTRONG: Junior DI 1, 23
YMCA 1, 2, 33 Drum 83 Bugle Corps 1, 2, 33 Band Com-
pany 1, 2, 33 Senior DI 13 Special Public Speaking 2, 3g
General Committee 13 Varsity Club 33 Drum Sz Bugle
Corps Commander 13 Sharpshooter Medal 23 Photogra-
pher Taps 23 Cross Country Gun 8: Hiking Club 1, 2, 33
Science Club.1, 2, 33 Commissioned Officer 13 Decora-
ting Committee 1, 2, 33 Cotillion Clubg Taps Staff 23
JV Basketball 33 Honor Company 1, 23 Merit List 1, 2,
33 Officer of the Day 1, 23 Public Speaking Secretary 1.
ROBERT FREDRICK BAUER: Vlfrestling Team 1, 23
YMCA 1, 23 Decorating Committee 23 Varsity Club 13
Special Achievement Award 23 CQ Staff 23 Best Pla-
GEORGE COLTRANE BENOIT: YMCA 1, 2, 43 Taps
Staff 13 CQ Staff 23 Key Club 1, 23 Cotillion Club 13
Decorating Committee 2, 3, 43 French II Medal 33 Dis-
tinguished Merit List 23 Honor Guard 3, 43 Best Pla-
toon and Best Company 33 Officer of the Day 2, 33
Marksmanship Medal 1, 23 Golf Team 3.
DAVID NORMAN BOWDEN: Honor Guard 13 CQ Staff
23 Cheerleader 13 Citation List 23 Track Team 1, 23
Marksmanship Medal 2.
ALFRED STANLEY CAHALL: Baseball 1.
JOHN LOUIS CALDWELL: President of "Y" 13 Hud-
gins Rifles 1, 2, 3'3 Headwaiter 13 Waiter 1, 2, 33 JV
Football 23 Varsity Wrestling 33 Special History Class
2, 33 Second Year French Award 33 Sharpshooter 33
Merit List 33 Catholic Club 33 Decorating Committee 1,
2, 33 Vice-President Sophomore Class3 Colors 23 Best
f Company and Platoon 23 OD 1, 23 Senior DI 13 Science
GLENN COLE, JR.: YMCA 33 Rifle Team 1, 2, 3s Cap-
tain of Rifle Team lg Track Team 23 CQ Staff 13 OD
2, 3g 13 Rifle Medals3 MST Medalj Expert Rifleman 1,
2, 33 DI 1, 23 Best Platoon 13 Pres. Public Speaking 33
Honor Guard 33 Varsity Club 1, 2, 3.
WILLIAM HENRY COLLIER: V-Pres. Public Speaking,
Chemistry Medal 2.
GINO ROMANO COLOMBO: YMCA 13 Varsity Football
13 Track 13 Baseball 1.
FREDERIC EGNER CONSOLVO, III: YMCA 13 Football
13 Swimming 13 Track 13 Debating Team 1.
HOWARD JOHN CRAIG: YMCA 13 Football lg Honor
Guard 13 Varsity Club 1.
ALFRED DEAN CURRADI: YMCA 13 Cotillion Club 13
Decorating Committee3 Varsity Club 3g Division In-
DOUGLAS HARMAN DABNEY: YMCA 13 Honor
Guard 13 Tennis Team 13 Weight-Lifting Team 1.
ROBERT SCHAUB DAWSON: CQ Staff 13 YMCA 23
Cotillion Club 13 Decorating Committee 1, 23 Swim-
ming Team 1, 23 Best Plt. 23 Best Individual Drill
Medal 23 Good Conduct Medal 2g Sharpshooter Medal 23
Varsity Club 23 Officer of the Day 13 Sec.-Tres. YMCA
13 Business Manager CQ 13 Junior DI 1.
THEODORE DOLLOFF: Varsity Football 1, 2, 33 Var-
sity Baseball 1, 23 Vice-Pres. Junior Class 23 Varsity
Club 1, 2, 33 YMCA 23 Honor Guard 1, 33 Officer of
Day 1, 23 Best Platoon 2.
JAMES STONEY DRAKE, III: Key Club 1, 2, 33 YMCA
1, 3, 43 CQ Staff 1, 2, 3, 43 Taps Staff 1, 23 Senior DI
13 Order of Saint George 23 General Committee 13 Rifle
Team 1, 2, 33 Fencing Team 43 President of the Key
Club 13 Special Public Speaking Section 2, 33 Secretary
Special Public Speaking 2, 33 Cross Country Gun and
Hiking Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Waiter 4g Bi Phi Chem Science
Club 2, 33 Cotillion Club 1, 2, 33 Decorating Committee
1, 2, 3, 43 Merit List 1, 2, 3, 43 Glee Club 2, Commis-
sioned Officer 13 Varsity Club 1, 2, 33 Radio Club 23
Varsity Football 23 Drum and Bugle Corps 23 Officer
of the Day 1, 23 Sec. and Treas. of Cotillion Club 13
Best Private of the Guard 43 3-280 High Score Medals
23 Highest Rifle Team Match Average Medal 23 Best In-
dividual Drill Medal 43 Junior English Medal 33 Dr. C.
C. Freed Public Speaking Medal 43 Junior Latin Medal
43 MST III Medal 23 Good Conduct Medal 33 ROTC
Expert Medal 23 NRA Distinguished Rifleman Medal
GARY HOLLIS FITZGERALD: YMCA 1, 23 Tennis 13
Football 1, 2, 33 JV Basketball 1, 2, 33 Wrestling 13
President of Public,Speaking 1, 23 Debating Team 23
FRANK MICHAEL FRECE: Cotillion Club 1, 23 Best
Platoon 43 Decorating Committee 1, 2, 3, 43 CQ Staff
13 Senior DI 13 Junior DI 23 Commissioned Officer 13
Officer of the Day 1, 23 Senior German Medal 23 Old
Cadet Greatest Improvement Medal 23 YMCA 1.
MICHAEL LEWIS GRAY: Most Valuable Football Play-
er Award3 Co-Captain Basketball3 Pres. of Public
Speaking3 Football 13 Basketball 13 Baseball 13 Track
13 Varsity Club 13 YMCA 13 Waiter 1.
DAVID WILLIAM GREEN: Honor Guard 23 Track
Team 23 Basketball Team 1, 23 Colors Sgt. 13 YMCA 13
CQ Staff 13 JV Football 23 Varsity Club 1, 23 Decora-
ting Committee 1, 23 CG 13 OD 13 DI 13 Cheerleader 13
MST II 23 Distinguished Merit List3 Merit List 2.
JAMES LEE HARTMAN: Football Team 13 Wrestling
13 Baseball 13 Taps Staff 13 CQ Staff 13 YMCA 13
Key Club 13 Debating Team 1.
LYNN DOUGLAS HUDGINS: Taps Staff 1, 2, Key Club
1, 2, 35 Junior Scholarship Medal 2: Latin Medal 3g
President of Senior Class 1, Editor of Yearbook 1, Hon-
or Council 2, 3g JV Football 2, Swimming Team 23
Tennis Team 1, 2, 3: Varsity Club 1, 2, 3.
DAVID WILLIAM HUTCHISON, JR.: Marksmanship
Medal 3, Honor Guard 1, 2: Citation List 2: Track
Team 25 Cheerleaders 1.
EDWARD WILLIAM JACKSON, JR.: Football 13
Wrestling Team 1.
DAVID F. JACOX: YMCA 1, JV Football 1, JV Basket-
DAVID ARVIS JENSEN II: YMCA 1, 23 Best Company
23 Waiter 1, 25 Jr. French Medal 2, Taps Staff 1, CQ
Staff 1, Decorating Committee 1, 2.
GORDON FREDRICK KARIGER: YMCA 1, Key Club 1.
EDWARD MOBLEY KENNEDY, III: YMCA lg JV
Football 1, 2, 3.
CHARLES HENRY KLINCK, JR: YMCA 1: JV Bas-
ketball lg Varsity Baseball 13 Honor Guard 1.
HENRY CHARLES LEWIS, JR: Vice-President Cotillion
Club lg Biology Medal 3, Junior English Medal and
Senior Spanish Medal 2, Distinguished Merit List and
Merit List 2, Distinguished Honor Roll 2, 35 JV Bas-
ketball and Varsity Track Team 1, 23 Varsity Football
Manager 2, 3: Officer of the Day 1, 23 Decorating Com-
mittee 1, 2, 3.
WILLIAM REID McAULEY,'JR.: Sec.-Treas. Senior
Class lg Head-Cheerleader 15 Cheerleader 23 Decora-
ting Committee 2, Chairman Decorating Committee 15
JV Football 2, Cotillion Club 15 Key Club 1, Honor
Guard 1, 2.
JEREMIAH PHILIP MATHEWSON: Taps Staff 1:
YMCA 1: JV Football 2: Varsity Football 1, Vice-
Pres. of Senior Class 15 Vice-Pres. of Public Speaking
13 Sharpshooter 1, 2, 3.
CLARENCE DUQUETTE MAXEY: Basketball 1.
DENNIS LAWRENCE NORLING: Honor Guard 1, 2, 3,
4, Track Team 2, 3g Decorating Committee 2, 35 Best
Platoon 4, Best Company 39 Conduct 2: Old Cadet
Greatest Improvement 3: Varsity Club 2, 3: Special
Public Speaking 2, 3.
JOSEPH JOHN ODDO: YMCA 1, Cotillion Club 13 Dec-
orating Committee lg Honor Guard lg JV Football 13
Varsity Swimming 1: Varsity Baseball 1.
PEDRO LEON PADUA: Honor Guard 1, 23 Good Con-
duct Metal 1, 2, 35 Marksmanship Medal 2.
KENDALL CASTLE RANCK: Key Club 2, 33 Rifle Team
2, 39 DI 15 Senior DI 35 YMCA 1, 2, 35 News Editor
CQ 3g Reporter CQ 1, Advanced Public Speaking 2:
General Committee 33 Taps Business Manager 35 Var-
sity Club 2, 3g Decorating Committee 33 Best Platoon
2, 3: OD.1, 23 CG 25 CO lg 5 Rifle Team Medals, Con-
duct Medal 3: Distinguished Honor Roll 2: First Honor
Roll 1, 2, 3, Merit List 25 Distinguished Merit List 23
Rifle Sharpshooter 23 Rifle Expert 13 Citation List 2.
ROGER M. RESO: YMCA 1, Swimming Team li Honor
Guard 1, Track 1.
JOHN DOIMINIC SANSONE: YMCA 13 CQ Staff 1:
Football lg Wrestling 1, Track lg Varsity Club lg
Catholic Club 15 Marksmanship Medal lg Taps Staff 15
Waiter 1, Tennis Team 1.
JAMES KENNETH SHELTON: YMCA 15 Varsity Club
1, Waiter lg Football 1: Wrestling 1.
DAVID LAMAR SMITH: Honor Guard 15 Decorating
YUKOL VORAVIBUL: YMCA 1.
WOODIE PAGE WARE: Sharpshooter'Medal 1, Presi-
dent of Public Speaking 1, YMCA 1, Taps Staff 1:
Key Club 1, Varsity Basketball 1.
WILLIAM JAY WESTBERG: YMCA lg Decorating
Committee 1, Rifle Team 1.
CHAICHAN YANOTAI: Wrestling 15 Key Club.
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Wentz, Keltz, Trinkle, Coach Bessell. 27151 Row: Russ, Baliles, Craig, San-
sone, Shelton, Duffy, Colombo, Consolvo. 3rd Row: Saunders, Willer,
Dolloff, Moore, Gray, Jackson, Warner, I-Iudgins, Tantum.
Fishburne's football team this year didn't have a very impressive rec-
ord from the standpoint of its wins and losses but, in all fairness, one must
realize that this was a young, inexperienced team. The first team was strong
but there was a lack of depth on the bench.
This year could be summarized by saying that it was a building year
because of the twenty-three boys on the team this year, fourteen will be re-
turning for next year.
195 7 Foofhzll Resume
F. M. S. . . 0 Woodberry Forest .... . 25
F. M. S. . . 7 Washington 8a Lee V. . . . 0
F. M. S. . . 0 Randolph-Macon Academy . . 6
F. M. S. . . 0 Benedictine High School. . . 13
F. M. S. . . 6 james Monroe High School . 18
F. M. S. . . 0 E. C. Glass High School . . . 4-l
F. M. S. . . 6 Hai-grave Military Academy . 13
F. M. S. . . 13 Augusta Military Academy. . 14
Left to Right: Gray, Keltz, Green, Bergman, Lawrence, Widmer,
McGeorge, Ware, Trinkle, Marshall, Cleavenger, Haines, Coach Jenkins.
The story on the basketball team is the same as with the football team.
The team was again young and inexperienced. There was more depth to rely
on in the basketball squad, and next year's team has quite a few returning
Again this could be called a building year for a stronger squad next
195 7 Bwkefhz!! Resume
Washington 81 Lee . . 61
V. E. S. .... . 60
Roanoke Catholic . . 40
V. M. I., J. V. . . . 65
S .M. A. ..... . 100
R. M. A. ...... 5 8
Fork Union Military Academy . 92
H. M. A. ...... 82
Woodberry Forest . . . 74-
V. E. S. .... . 61
A. M. A. .... .
Fork Union Military Academy
Roanoke Catholic . . .
V. M. I., V. . .
Miller School . .
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Front Row, left to right: Hearst, Alberts, Campbell, Kennedy, Wentz,
Klinck, Oddo, Smith, D., Haines, Stehr, Coach Bessell.
Back Row: Hyman, McAllister, Maxey, Lawrence, Garcia, McGeorge,
Carneal, Urquhart, Arias, Kelly, C., Jones, Pitt.
In Row, left to right: Millard, Reso, Craig, Jacox, Nunley, Marshall,
Duffy. Zml Row: Murdoch, Maxey, Westberg, Woods, Willer, Shelton,
Brady. 3rd Row: Saunders, Colombo, Gray, Coach Jenkins. 4th Row: San-
sone, Judd, Jensen, Rearden, McGeorge, Taylor, W., Cole, Lapes, Reed.
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Nunley, Watkins, Jacox, Quinn, Millard, Masencup, Marcus,
Haines, Lowe, Cleavenger, Coach Windon.
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Jacox, Lapes, Kelly, C., Lewis, H., Haines, Fitzgerald.
in Row: Reso, Oddo, Lindsay, Hudgins, Imhoff, Lofland, Drake. Znd
Row: Logan, Masencup, English, Lowe, Consolvo, Millard, Dawson.
Isl Row: Taylor, R., Bcilinson, Crosby, H. Zml Row: Moser, Smith, W.,
Harnsongkarm, Shelton, Stehr, Nisbet, Miller, R., Sansone, Rosenthal,
Campbell, Hartmen, Latsha, Denenberg, Captain Bessell, Coach.
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I sl Row: Drake, F. F., Webb, Clarke, Lewis, J., 2nd Row: Ranck, Benoit,
Gomez, Pitt. 3rd Row: Drake, J. S., Westberg, Cole,
Watkins, M f Sgt. Gentry - Coach.
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F onr year high school, college preparatory, fine arts, secretar-
ial, innsic, happy social life. Spacious groancls. A ll sports - in-
afoor and ont-door pools, stable, ricling rings.
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Wayland's Music House
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White's Department Store
WARREN ALFORD, Owner
"Your Family's Second Car"
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For F ishburne Cadets and their Families
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Where every good movie may be seen and enjoyed in
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