Fork Union Military Academy - Skirmisher Yearbook (Fork Union, VA)

 - Class of 1941

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U u X X X XV L 4 3 1' I ' ' 'I ' X """-'v"'M4"1i:1"' ' -vs f ' -4- :Mm . . 3 6 4 , , MM1 . .....,. u " ' ' D' 'J ' ,..u. , , ,- JJ - Y' -in THE COLORS I 4 I 1941 September September September November December December December 1942 January January March March April April April May May May May june 17 18 19 20 5 8 19 4 5 6 9 9 13 14 28 29 30 31 1 -4 -1 T, CALENDAR SESSION OF 1941-42 Wednesday -- Thursday Friday Thursday Friday Monday Friday Sunday Monday Friday Monday Thursday Monday Tuesday Thursday 4 Friday -l Saturday l Sunday --l Monday New Boys enter Old Boys enter uf" Classes begin ,A Thanksgiving Day Qfurlough to be v"4 announcedj First Term ends Second Term begins Christmas Furlough begins VF Christmas Furlough ends WT Classes resume Second Term ends Third Term begins Easter Recess begins W' Easter Recess ends I-f-"' Classes resume Third Term ends Morning - Founder's Day Exercises Afternoon - Dress Parade Evening - Presentation of Awards Morning - Military Campus Exercises Afternoon - Parade for Graduates Evening - Annual Contest Literary Societies Morning - Baccalaureate Sermon Afternoon - Final Dress Review Evening - Vesper Services Lower School Graduating Exercises Morning - Final Graduating Exercises, P' awarding of medals and school honors, delivery of diplomas. Taps E51 BATTALION STAFF 4 INDEX l Academic Deparflment ,...,... Advantages ........, . ....,.... . . Application Blanlf: ........... Athletic Departnrent , . Athletic Schedulds .......... Brenna ................. i .A.,.,.,.,. ..... .t Calendar Session 1941-42 ....,... Commercial Department ......., Description of Courses i..............4.. 'K Diploma Requirements ..,.,.,...,4......... Extracts from Cadet Regulations .o.,...s. Faculty ,.......,...... p ..., ........,....,..,.... Financial i.i......... , .....i. ..... Food at Fork Union ...,,,. General Interesttf .,.i.. A Graduates .......... Q ......,...,,......... History and Location .........,...... Information for New Cadets .,.... Location ........,,.i 4 ...,..............,..... Lower School ...... 1 ............... ,.,i. Medals and Scholarships .....i... Military Department .i..... Military Discipliiie .,...i..,,. A Mother's Problem ....i.... Monticello 4....,..... A .,..,.......,..... Music Department ................ . Officers of Administration ,.i,...i. Parents' Probleml ...................., Post-Graduate Cdurse .......... References .i........ 1 .....,...., Roster of Cadetsi i..,,y, School Plant .,..i.., l ..,. Summer Schooltl ..... Testimonials ...... l .... Trustees ..i..,......, 4 ,,..............., Uniforms ....,....., l ....,,............... Virginia Schools' Welcome ..,....., 7 PAGE .t 51 ttt 19 ttttt 145 .. ...A 101-109 .ttt103-107 ttt 10 t. 5 .t 67 ttttt 59 tttt53-57 ttt 85 .tttttt 39 .tt.111-121 .ttM123-127 tttt91-97 itt.t66-72 ttt.27-29 itttt.89-97 .ttttttt27-29 35 and 115 ,ttttt97-99 tttt79-83 A .... 11 ttt 144 ,t 8 .t 59 .t 37 tti 17 .tttmtt 73 .ttt139-143 .ttt129-132 tttt29-33 ttttt 83 .ttt133-137 .tttttt 49 itt.113-115 ttttt 9 MONTICELLO THOMAS JEFFERSON ticellon- 011 M at will end, my days pe bo es end, where I my wish ll PPA VIRGINIA SCHOOLS WELCOME THE NATION r ROM the days when the Father of His Country gave a block of stock to Liberty Hall Academy and the Author of the Declaration of Independence founded a university, Virginia always has been a leader in cultural education. Where is a military school such a challange to a boy as in the land of Yorktown and Appomattox, the land of the Valley Campaign, New Market and Winchester, Fredericksburg and the Wilderness? Where is there a sweeter culture than among the gentlewomen of Virginia typified in the charming atmosphere of our schools for women? Where are the souls of boys and girls so stirred as among Virginia's thousand national shrines, clustered in the Old Dominion's fair Tide- water, her magnificent Valley, and her unrivaled mountains? Hundreds of thousands of Americans are at the forefront in every field of achievement because in Virginia they found that splendid education whiclydevelops mind, soul, and body and makes men great and women noble. The schools are the pride of the Old Dominion, rich in their tradi- tions, honored by their alumni, and possessed of student bodies recruited from the best holmes in America. V WILLIAM JOSEPH SHOWALTER , Late Chief, Division of Research, i National Geographic Magazine. E91 BREMO n. A O VJ C QS 'S gm HS EQ E: -9. sw 33' 3 Qs .00 cb- .Qi-Ng mm-N O91 ka'--.Q N: box. S5252 .:',: bo9 -N.,,,z SMS EQ W- TNS N3-L: .+".4Q'Nq O 2 P935 QQ: -NNE SNL. mi Nm -212 5-,IE N 'N SEQ -Q55 Va 'svn Q.: :QN 'Sai 'fini'-A xig as :ibm mli SSS M Sn 3.33 -Q-:R QM mpg Q13-N X53 Qsla. 423 :fs E? Q5 0 Q N: F-E Q, Ne. ri .E N N 12 DR. FRANK CRANE Said: "The three Aims of education, are first, 'DISCIPLINE'g second, 'HEALTH'g and lthird, 'WORK.' I am a good deal of a pacifist of the worst kind, but I think THE ARMY HAS GOT THE ONE THING THE WORLD NEEDS. It is that thing called DISCIPLINE, and if we can get it into our whole population We are going to do good. These Military Schools are good. The boys that come out of them are the center of power all through the world. Whoever knows how to stand straight on his feet, and how to take care of himself, is a center of power among his fellows." PRESIDENT JOHN R. SAMPEY Speaking to a group of Chinamen in the University of Shanghai. "This military drill you have on your campus, I do not object to it as a Christian man. I had three years in a cadet corps myself, and it has done me good, all my life." MILITAIQISM vs. MILITARY DISCIPLINE QU Militarism is intensive training in preparation for war. It is animated by an imperialistic spirit with the purpose at heart to use military force for national gain or aggrandizement. It has no par- ticular desire for peace and often is indifferent to the horrible slaughter and after-consequences of war. The embodiment of militarism has revealed itself in such men as the Caesars. Q25 Military training in a Christian school is using the magnificent discipline of militiary life without inculcating any of the evils or spirit of militarism. oh the other hand in a Christian school like Fork Union Military Academy we not only get all the good there is in military training but teach our boys to hate war and we repudiate in their discipline and training every military feature that characterizes the spirit of militarism. Militarism is brutal while military training makes a bigger and better man, and those who have taken military training in school testify to this fact. No military Christian school has ever advocated war. llndeed the military student in the Christian school would be one of the first to plead for a peaceful settlement of an international or national difficulty. I J. J. W. Illl WILLIAM E. I-IATCHER, LL. D. Founder of Fork Union Military Academy A Lover of Boys And A Great Leader of Men E121 JOHN J. WICKER, D.D PRESIDENT U31 COL. NATHANIEL JAMES PERKINS, A. B HEADMASTER Acaa'e1nic Department U41 X, J! MAJOR FRANK ALLEN CROCKETT, A. B COMMANDANT U51 .J ,,,.g .Wm xy' ' Qfimffx f .M K . as gm fi? THE CIRCLE THE PARENTS' PROBLEM "A Student is a Man in the Making." HERE ARE THOUSANDS of perplexed parents wondering where they .should send their boys for their education. Perhaps there is no task in all the world equal to that of rearing children. This is caused by a number of circumstances. In the best regulated homes, occasionally there are conditions that make it wise to send the boy away to school. Sometimes tlie boy is too good a mixer and falls in with the wrong crowd, or a boy lwill not mix at all and needs to be led out. Not infrequently he id too fond of athletics and neglects his studies, while a few have to be made to play. There are large city evil influences: sometimes a small town is even worse, occasionally a boy right out in the country needs a change in his environment. There are many boys who have been so unfortunate as to lose one or both parents and it is next to impossible to administer suitable home discipline and influence. In some of the best homes in the country, where both parents are living, the father has so many business cares that he finds it difficult to devote the time he should to his boy. Often the most gifted parents feel that they need assistance in the discipline of their children yand find it best in a well regulated school. We feel that we are in a ,big business of cooperating with the parents of our boys in making real men of our cadets. A boy needs his life supervised in study, in play and in habits of every kind. A school like ours furnishes the bestl place for a brilliant boy to forge ahead, while special attention is givenl to those who have not so good a stride. A boy lives and works methqdically in a military school and is taught to put his mind on the bestl things. He has a growing BODY. The physical is the foundation for life's structure. Without a strong, healthy, vigorous body life is handicapped in every effort. He has a growing MIND. The body reaches its full development, but the mind grows as long as life lasts. To lay a proper foundation for never-ending education is absolutely essential. There are thousands of men, some great men, who have been embarrassed all their lives by the lack of early ltraining. But the chief development is the SPIRIT-the man himself. We have a body that serves its day and ceases. We have a mind but "knowledge vanishes." Spiritual assets belong to time and eternity. Fork Union Military Academy undertakes the best for your boy. l17l SCIENCE HALL 40 ERECTED IN 19 FORK UNION MILITARY ACADEMY q ADVANTAGES Give Your Boy What He Cannot Lose-An Education i 1. TYPE OF ScHooL HE SPIRIT of noble self-sacrifice of the founders of yesterday has made Ijossible the Fork Union Military Academy of today, and has begotten that indefinable something, a spiritual atmosphere that enlivens, ennobles, and uplifts all who come under its influence. The Academy, While under control of Virginia Baptists, is in no way sectarian in its teaching and carries on its roll representatives of all the leading religious denominations. It is a Christian school and instils into its students principles of honor, integrity and right living fitting them for high, i telligent citizenship. Above all, it endeavors to in- culcate the prinpiples that lay the foundation of strong Christian manhood. l While it is absolutely essential that a boy be successful in his academic Work, alschool to accomplish the best must give to a boy that which he cannot find in books. The man must be made as well as the mind trained. Both of these are essential to the highest success in life. i 2. TRAINED TEACHERS ORK UNION MILITARY ACADEMY offers a thorough college preparatory course and also an excellent commercial course. To do first class Work the faculty must be ample and properly equipped. Every instructor in Fork Union Military Academy is a Christian gentle- man, an experienced teacher, and is following teaching as a life profession. We do not employ anyone on our faculty who is using the position as a stepping stone tp some other profession. We are pleased to announce that our faculty cheerfully gives much overtime to cadets needing special assistance, and noieffort is neglected to secure the best endeavor on the part of every student. We believe that teaching is a high calling and making men one of the most exalted privileges in which any man can engage. l Careful physical training, and military discipline are given, thereby equipping our cadets with healthy bodies and Well-disciplined minds. The school plant must meet the needs of our cadets, but fine build- ings and good equipment alone do not make the best school nor should they be a school's best possessions. The personalities a boy meets in the classroom should be the largest asset in eveny educational institution. l19l Qu .fbi 51.7 -.. K n-152 f-HE 4 m ICQ as S 55 I-'E '32 CE-Q: Q1 ERECTED 1923 FORK UNION MILITARY ACADEMY 3. ACADEMIC EFFICIENCY The first thing in any institution of learning is the academic work accomplished in the student body. Successful work depends on the teacher and the student. Failure cannot be wholly charged to the student nor to the teacher, they succeed together or they fail together. An efficient teacher is essential to the success of any student and a diligent student is essential to the success of any teacher. Our instructors put forth every effort with each cadet to accomplish the largest possible results. To this end we keep actively informed of the daily standing of every student and at the end of each week the class standing in every subject of every lstudent is posted. The teacher knows the weekly standing of his students, and the student himself knows his own standing. Thus it will be readily seen that if a boy is failing in his work it is known from the very start and every method possible is employed to awaken the qadet to his responsibility and opportunity and to encourage him to apply himself in a successful way to his daily task. The president of the school devotes himself in a general way to the business oversight of the school, but more particularly to inculcating high ideals and lofty aims that lead to moral as well as academic achieve- ments on the part bf every cadet. In this work he finds a rich experience in dealing with the student body. The headmaster, with over twenty years experience, devotes his entire time to thelgeneral oversight of the academic work in the school and deals daily with the work of each cadet. In addition, he too is deeply interested in the moral life and high purposes of each student. The Army stqpplies the necessary officers for military training. All their time is devoqed to classroom work and military manoeuvres. The daily routine of the drill is of great value, likewise the military discipline is a distinct advaritage in the making of men. Fork Union Military Academy is a preparatory school offering the highest standard high school curriculum and fitting boys and young men for college and university or for a business career. The value of placing a boy in a good boarding school during his important adolescent years is recognized by all discriminating parents. l 4. DAILY LIFE "Idleness and Ignorance are the Two Most Expensive Luxuriesf' CAD Fork Union Military Academy is a twenty-four hour school. The daily regime is carefully planned and provides for ample instruction, study, outdoor exercise and recreation. The cadet, being relieved of l21l l wh S -rr X 4 SNEAD HALL Dormitory U p per School ERECTED 1923 FORK UNION MILITARY ACADEMY home cares and outside distracting influences, is enabled to devote a maximum amount of time to his education and training. The best and most luxuriously ,appointed home cannot offer an environment adapted to study such as is found in a good preparatory school and this fact is appreciated by parents who rightly value the benefits of sending their boys to a boardihg school. Our cadets are under the constant super- vision of the school authorities. QBJ It is a home school. The Academy nurse lives in Hatcher Hall. Members bf the faculty live in each section of the barracks and board in the school with the cadets. The limited enrollment and the close personal contact of instructors and cadets maintain a real home atmosphere. CCD It is a rural school. The community is made up of people of old Virginia stock, and it is exceptionally free from evils which are harmful to young people. The school is away from the dangerous influences of large cities, and is therefore the center of a cadet's interest and activities. It is the right place for a growing boy. CDD It is a military school. Fork Union Military Academy is one of the few preparatory schools aided and inspected by the War Department and lits work has been frequently praised by United States Army Inspectors. Three military instructors, guns and extensive military equipment are furnished by the United States Government free of charge to our cadets. QED It is a school inspired by Christian motives and guided by Christian principles. QFD The health record of Fork Union is unsurpassed in all the land. Pure arteiian water flows in every room in Snead Hall. The school owns a farm of 300 acres from which come fresh vegetables, meats and milk fbr use in the mess hall. Fork Unionlis located far enough south to escape the bitter cold of the north and far enough north to escape the extreme heat of the south. The climate, free from sudden and dangerous changes in tem- perature, is just right for healthy, happy living during all seasons. l 5. RELIGIOUS LIFE l It must be understood that the Academy is avowedly and positively a Christian school. It aims to give to its cadets the advantages and influences found,in the best Christian homes. All forms of religious beliefs are sincerely respected-jew or Gentile, Catholic or Protestant. There are seventeen different religious denominations in the student body of our schobl. l23l ALUMNI GYMNASIUM ERECTED 192 3 be scene of many a hard fought battle." NT FORK UNION MILITARY ACADEMY All cadets are required to attend Sunday school and vesper services on Sunday. Daily chapel services are conducted by the president, head- master or a member of the faculty. The president seeks to put his best into the chahael services, not alone for spiritual development but to inculcate the best principles for a successful business or professional life. An excellent Biblical course is offered to all students. Best of all is the example and individual interest taken by the officers and faculty in the life of each cadet. THE CADET1CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION is an organization composed of cadets, with a faculty advisor. This association has a real place in our school. Membership is voluntary. 6. ENTERTAINMENT The Academy offers for the entertainment and instruction of its cadet corps and faculty a series of lectures, entertainments and sound moving pictures. I The school operates its own moving picture machine and care is taleeniin the selection of pictures shown. Educational pic- tures Will featureieach session's program. I 7. PUBLICATIONS The cadet publication consists of The Sabre. The Sabre, a news- paper published by an editorial staff of cadets, serves to gather up passing events which are of interest to the cadets. Its editorial column and open forum offer space Where matters affecting the appearance, morale and attitude of the corps may be frankly commented upon and discussed. A year book, "The Skirmisherf' will be published at the close of each session. i8. SCHOOL ORCHESTRA AND BAND This is a musical organization made up of cadets who are proficient in playing some lmusical instrument. The leader of the orchestra is provided by the Academy, and his careful training has resulted in an orchestra of real lexcellence. The "Royal Keydets" have been invited on several occasidns to broadcast over the leading broadcasting station in Virginia and have received many complimentary letters from radio audiences. Boys lhaving musical talent, have an opportunity through this organization Ifor recreation that is good training for them. New cadets who are musicians are urged to bring their instruments with them and to join this organization. No charge is made for membership in the orchestra or hand. The band is one of the best in the State and has frequent calls for services outside of the Academy. A l25l 1941 IN CTED W DORMITORY ERE NE Modern and Fireproof. FOlRK UNION MILITARY ACADEMY p HISTORY HE LAND now comprising the Academy campus has the unique distinction lof never having been sold. In early colonial times it was part oil a large tract of land which was deeded by the English King to one of his favorites. The particular part of this tract of which the Academy campus is composed was handed down from father to son until the last heir set it aside by deed for school purposes. It was later given to the trustees of Fork Union Military Academy. The school is now controlled by a Board of Trustees. The village of Fork Union has for many generations been noted for its excellent schools and some of the greatest teachers of the past generation taught in the community-Dr. John A. Broadus, Dr. P. S. Henson, and Dr, George Boardman Taylor being among the number. The inevitable result has been a high intellectual standard among the people and a sincere love of learning. These characteristics will be recognized as being among the most valuable assets which an academy can possess. In 1898, under the inspiring leadership of the late Dr. William E. Hatcher, a group of citizens of the village of Fork Union, with which Dr. Hatcher had been intimately associated for fifty years, joined together to establish the present Academy. A very desirable tract of land was donated, buildings were erected and a corps of instructors provided. A few years later the growth of the Academy necessitated other buildings, fvhich were promptly erected. All buildings are practically new, having been erected in 1923 or later. A l LOCATION IN THE HILLS OF VIRGINIA, THE MOTHER OF STATES HE LOCATION gives Fork Union a great advantage. The Academy is remote from the evil influences of the small town and the dangers of the large city. A boy could not be in a safer place. The property is two miles from Fork Union Station on the Virginia Air Line Division of the Chesapeake and Ohio Railway and four miles from Bremo Station on the James River Division of the Chesapeake and lOhio Railway. Any of the six daily trains may be reached in a fewi minutes from the school. Federal Highway Nos. 211 and 15, from Washington, D. C., to Raleigh, N. C., and State Highway I T271 J P' .if f gif f" 'ff I 1 .. X THE JOHN J. WICKER CHAPEL 01007 T Tiimus 1937 ERECTED FORK UNION MILITARY ACADEMY No. 6, running West out of Richmond up the James River Valley, cross at Fork Union, giving good auto roads north, south, east and west. Bus service from Richmond daily. Leave Richmond 8.30 A. M., 4 P. M., and 8 P. M. Leave Fork Union returning 7 A. M., 8.20 A. M., and 5.40 P. M. Bus service from Charlottesville daily except Sunday. Leave Charlottes- ville 4.30 P. M. Leave Fork Union returning 8.25 A. M. Sunday leave Fork Union 5.40 P. M. Close connections may be made from all points. Passengers from Washington, Charlottesville, Gordonsville, etc., come to Fork Union Station on the Air Line. Best train leaves Wash- ington via Chesapeake and Ohio at 11.45 A. M. and arrives at Fork Union at 3.00 P. M. Change trains at Gordonsville. QWeek daysjg or leave by Southern R. R., Washington, D. C., 1.40 P. M. Connecting bus leaving Charlottesville 4.30 P. M., arriving Fork Union 5.40 P. M. Passengers from Lynchburg and points south come to Bremo Station. Chesapeake and Ohio trains leave Lynchburg for Bremo at 2.55 A. M. week days and 11.30 A. M. daily, including Sunday. Trains leave Richmond for Bremo at 8.40 A. M. daily and 5.15 P. M. Week days. Passengers may also come to Fork Union Station via Gordonsville. All trains are met at Fork Union and Bremo Stations. There are tvvo mails daily each Way and long-distance telephone and telegraph facilities. Telegraph office: Bremo, Virginia, or Fork Union via Charlbttesville Postal or Western Union. SCHOOL PLANT ' I BUILDINGS AND EQUIPNIENT HE ACADEMY BUILDINGS are of brick, cement, and fire- resistant construction. The type of architecture is English battle- ment Gothic modified to suit present-day collegiate buildings. The entire plant is heated with steam. There is a central heating plant located in the ower house which is separated from the rest of the buildings. Buil ings and grounds are lighted with electricity. , HATCHER HALL Hatcher Hall, the administrative building, is the central structure of the group. Occupying as it does a commanding position on the campus, its dignity of structure and quiet simplicity of design is a fitting monument to the beloved founder, Dr. William E. Hatcher. It contains a study hall, Well-equipped laboratories, library, commercial department, class-rooms with table arm chairs, administrative oiiices, and infirmary. l29l INTERIOR OF THE JOHN J. WICKER CHAPEL capacity 700 Sealing FORK UNION MILITARY ACADEMY The mess hall is large, well-lighted and ventilated and has an up- to-date kitchen. l SNEAD HALL-THE BARRACKS This building is a three-story structure named in honor of Captain Charles G. Snead, the First Vice-President of our Board of Trustees, a generous friend bnd benefactor of the school. It was erected in January, 1923, and is of brick and cement, a fire-resistant structure. It is of the very latest design in dormitory construction and is built in three units-each having its own toilets, of the latest and finest design, and shower baths. In every cadet's room is bot and cold running water, a feature found in few schools. Snead Hall also contains quarters for instructors. i Each room is fitted for two or three cadets, containing all the necessary furniture, such as single beds, study table, chairs, steel locker for clothes, mirror, and lavatory with bot and cold water. The steel lockers are specially designed to take care of the equipment used in a military school and are a unique feature for a preparatory school bar- racks. Cadets must furnish their own pillows, broom, dust pan, blankets, bed linen and similar articles. The rooms are larger than those found in most school barracks and every room is an ontside room, which insures proper light and ventilation. This feature of our barracks is of great value in maintaining the excel- lent health record of our cadets. Fresh air and sunshine are recom- mended by all medical men as necessary for growing boys and we are especially fortunate in having our barracks so constructed as to get a maximum amourlt of sunlight and air. JOHN J. WICKER CHAPEL This is, as it should be, the most beautiful building on the campus, with a seating capacity of 700. It was built by a real artist and school authorities were so pleased with the skill of the Workman that a bronze tablet was placed bn the tower reading as follows: "To Felix de Panicis, who laid every brick and stone in this building and put character in his work." Thel beautiful memorial stained-glass cathedral windows are an inspirationi to all. The beautifdl Titmus Tower was the gift of Mr. E. H. Titmus of Petersburg, Val., in memory of his father and mother, Richard C. Titmus and Harriet E. Tatum. l31l SOCIAL CENTER BUILDING ERECTED 193 8 FORK UNION MILITARY ACADEMY SOCIAL CENTER BUILDING This building is an important addition to the campus. It contains several dormitory rooms, rooms for two instructors, a post exchange and assembly andl game room. School moving pictures are shown here and many forms bf clean, healthful games and recreation are enjoyed by our cadets. j . THE ALUMNI GYMNASIUM This structu was completed in December, 1923. It is a modern gymnasium in every particular, containing ample floor space for drills in inclement weather, room for basketball, lockers, shower baths, athletic equipment, etc. In is constructed of brick and concrete. SWIMMING POOL Through the ,generosity of two of our trustees, Mr. M. C. Thomas and the late Mr. F. Dickerson of Charlottesville, Virginia, our cadets enjoy an inside all-season swimming pool. This pool is connected with the east side of the gymnasium and entrance is effected through the basement of the gymnasium where shower baths are enjoyed before the refreshing dip and swim in pure artesian water. Here boys can in safety learn how to swim under proper super- vision and many are the happy hours enjoyed in this good sport by our students. GALLERY RANGE Realizing the interest and importance of rifle marksmanship and training in the salfe method of handling firearms, we have a modern gallery range. Itl consists of seven targets built according to the best specifications and is 100 per cent safe. All cadets are given ample prac- tice and all firing is under the immediate supervision of a capable faculty member, enforcing all safety precautions. l THE CAMPUS The campus, ltogether with the Academy farm which adjoins it on the east, consists of 310 acres of land to which the cadets have free access. l p WATER SUPPLY A well to the depth of three hundred and six feet furnishes a supply of absolut ly pure artesian water. There is no purer water to be found anywhe e and it is on tap hot and cold in each cadet's room in Snead Hall and supplies all other buildings. l T f33l l l l I 'SESS' 3: Z3 iw' i fy LM! FORlK UNION MILITARY ACADEMY THE LOWER SCHOOL UR LOWER SCHOOL is divided into two departments. One is the kindergarten through the fourth grade and the other the fifth, sixth and seventh grades, thus carrying our boys from the kindergarten to high school entrance in our Upper School. Boys are received in the Lower School from five years of age up. The Lower School buildings are entirely separate from the Upper School. They havl: light, airy classrooms, lounge room, sleeping quarters, showers and toilets and the Lower School enjoys all the privileges of the Chapel, Social Center Building, Gymnasium and Swimming Pool. A special athletic idirector gives every cadet in the Lower School some part in athletics h during the year. The housemother lives in the dormitory and looks after the boys just as a mother would her own children, caring for their clothing and presiding over them. Boys in the Lower School could not be healthier or happier. They are the objects ofl affection on the part of everyone and the cadets in the Upper School look upon them as their little brothers. The boys in the Lower Schobl carry on in a really worthwhile way and have their own organizationlin sports, literary lines and general activity. In a sense the Lower School is the pride of Fork Union. This school is meet- ing a great need and the boys are of a gratifying, high type. Their military bearing and general manliness quickly attracts the attention of every visitor. 'lI'he charges are 5100.00 less in the Lower School and the uniform costs considerably less than the Upper School outfit. Parents express surprise that we do not charge more in view of the fine care given the boyls in their tender years. Our reason for charging less is, we have a longer opportunity to take a very young life and carry it through both the lower and Upper Schools. FOR Boys NOT READY FOR HIGH SCHOOL WORK ? The classes c ver the following subjects and extend to all grades below the high schpol, from the kindergarten through the seventh grades. English l History Arithmetic Spelling ' Geography Reading Penmanship l Hygiene Pre-Reading Drawing i Primer Word Study l fSee Charges and other requirements on page 1231 l 35 l i i DORNHTORY'D,UPHHlSCHOOL 1934 ED ERECT FORK UNION MILITARY ACADEMY OEIIIOERS OF ADMINISTRATION JOHN J. XVICKER, Th.G., D.D. A President COLONEL NATHANIEL JAMES PERKINS, A.B. JHeadmaster Academic Department CAPTAIN HARRY MORTON WALDRON, A.B., M.A. CAPIAIN HAROLD RATRIE KELLY, A.B., M.A. Assistants to Headmaster A MAJOR JEAN EDENS, U. S. A. Professor of Military Science and Tactics LIEUWTENANT H. AI.GERON RANSONE, O.R.C. Assistant P. M. S. and T. IMAJOR FRANK A. CROCKETT, A.B. Commandant CAPTAIN MILTON K. DENNIS, B.S. J Assistant Commandant CAFPTAIN J. HARRY CARMINE, A.B., M.A. Headmaster Lower School CAPTAIN S. DONALD MELVILLE, B.S. Commandarzt, Lower School CIAPTAIN IRVING A. HOWELL Treasurer MIss ANN CABELL, A.B. Secretary MRF. DELLA SHERMAN Student Accounts MISS MARY ANN PETTIT Bookkeeper I MISS EUNICE HELMS I Librarian 2 MISS I-IELEN SHELTON I Lower Sebool Librarianj MISS ELIEABETI-I AVANT, R.N. Resident Head Nurse MRS. HARRY L. SNEAD f N urse 2 MR. R. M. IVINS, A.B. fDietitiaizJ MJRS. R. M. IVINS C Assistant Dietitian J MRS. M. T. WIELLS tStenograpberJ M145 VIOLA BERNICE KIDD tStenograplaerQ MR. JOHN HURT Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds A I 37 I FORK UNION MILITARY ACADEMY DR.J.J.WHCKER COL.N1J.PERKHQS ' 1 MAJOR JE AN EDENS CAPT. IRVING A. HOWELL U. S. A. i381 FORK UNION MILITARY ACADEMY l ADMINISTRATION AND FACULTY JOI-IN JORDAN WICKER, Th.G., D.D. Richmond College, Southern Theological Seminary, President and Biblical Lecturer, Pastor, Baltimore, Maryland, First Church, Trenton, New Jersey, Leigh Street Church, Richmond, Virginia, Evangelist, Lecturer, World Traveler, President Fork Union Military Academy, 1930- 1 COLONEL NATHANIEL JAMES PERKINS, A.B. Denison University, Assistant Principal High School, Nashville, Illinois, 1902-1903, Principal City Grammer School, Aspen, Colorado, 1903-1904, Principal High School, Sanford, Florida, 1904-1906, Superintendent City Public Schools, Sanford, Florida, 1906-1914, Principal High School, Carysbrook, Virginia, 1914-1916, Instructor Fork 'Union Military Academy, 1916-1917, Acting President Fork Union Military Academy, 1917-1918, President Fork Union Military Academy, 1918-1930, Headmaster, Academic Department, Instructor in Latin and German, Fork Union Militfary Academy, 1930- MAJDR JEAN EDENS, Infantry, U. s. A. Served with 90th and, 18th Divisions, Camp Travis, Texas, 1917-1918, Replacement Center, Camp Lee, Va., 1918, 4th Division, Camp Lewis, Washington, 1919, Hawaiian Divisioia, Schofield Barracks, Hawaii, 1922-1925, 2nd Division, Fort Sam Houston, T xas, 1926-1927, 4th Infantry Brigade, Fort Warren, Wyoming, 1927-1930, 66theiInfantry CLight Tanksj, Fort George G. Meade, Maryland, 1931- 1934, Philippine Division, Manila and Baguio, Philippine Islands, 1935-1937, Pro- visional 2nd Division fMotorizedj, Camp Bullis, Texas, 1937-1939. Instructor Automatic Weapons and School for Platoon Commanders, 1917-1918, Graduate, Infantry School, lFort Benning, Georgia, 1921, Graduate, Tank School, Fort George G. Meade, lMaryand, 1931. P. M. S. and T., Fork Union Military Academy, 1939- l CAPTAIN IRVING A. HOWELL Mars Hill College, 193,0-1932, course leading to B.S. in Commerce, Richmond Business College, 1934-1935, Junior Accounting, Bookkeeper, Fork Union Military Academy, 1935- 1 MAJOR EDWIN JUDSON SNEAD, A.B. University of Richmcind, Principal High School, Pedlar Mills, Virginia, 1909-1911, Head of Mathematics Department, Fork Union Military Academy, 1915- 1 STAFF SERGEANT EDWARD WALKER, U. S. A. Sixteenth Infantry, Mexican Border, 1915, Served in Philippine Islands, El Paso, Texas. and New York, yvent to France and was in active service in St. Mihiel Sector, returned to United States in August, 1919, Assistant P. M. S. and T., Fork Union Military Academy? March 25, 1925- DR. iJULIAN H. YEATMAN, B.S., M.D. College of William and Mary, Medical Colleges of Virginia, Memorial Hospital, 1929- 1930, School Physician, Physician, Fork Union Military Academy, 1930- 1 E391 FORK UNION MILITARY ACADEMY MAJOR FRANK A. CROCKETT CAPT. J. R. WILDMAN E40 MAJOR E. J. SNEAD v l U, I CAPT. C. GRAHAM THOMAS, JR FOQRK UNION MILITARY ACADEMY ADMINISTRATION AND FACULTY CAlPTAIN J. R. WILDMAN, A.B., M.A. University of North' Carolina, A.B., University of Virginia, M.A., Science Instructor, Sanford, Florida, High School, three years, Principal Sanford Grammar School, one year, Prindipal Crozet QVa.J H. S., two years, U. S. Army, 1918-1919, Instructor in English and Latin, Fork Union Military Academy, 1919-1925, Principal, Wytheville Schools, 1925-1939, Principal, Don River High School, 1939- 1940, Instructol' in Senior English, Fork Union Military Academy, 1940- CAPTAINI CHARLES GRAHAM THOMAS, JR., B.S. Virginia Polytechnicf Institute, one year post-graduate, Virginia Polytechnic Institute, Electrical Engiheering, Assistant Freshman Coach and Assistant Mathematics Instructor, Virginia Polytechnic Institute, 1925-1926, Head of Science Department and Athletic Director, Fork Union Military Academy, 1930- l MAJOR FRANK ALLEN CROCKETT, A.B. Virginia Military Inititute, Instructor, Blackstone Military Academy, 1927-1931, In- structor in Mat ematics, Fork Union Military Academy, 1931-, Commandant. CAPTAIN HAROLD RATRIE KELLY, A.B., M.A. University of Richrriond, A.B., University of Virginia, M.A., Principal Lignum High School, 1928-1931, Headmaster Lower School, Fork Union Military Academy, 1932-1933, Head of Language Department, Fork Union Military Academy, 1934- CAPTAIN JHARRY MORTON WALDRON, A.B., M.A. University of Richmond, A.B., University of Virginia, M.A., Graduate Work in English at Harvard University, Principal, Moneta High School, 1926-1927, Instructor in English, Georgil School of Technology, 1929-1932, Assistant Principal, Stewarts- ville High Schdol, 1933-1934, Headmaster, Lower School, Fork Union Military Academy, 1934-J1935, Instructor in English, Fork Union Military Academy, 1935- JOHN WALTER CAMMACK, A.B., M.A., Ph.G., Th.M., D.D. University of Richmond, B.A., and M.A., University of Virginia, Ph.G., Louisville Seminary, Th.M., University of Richmond, D.D. President, Averett College, Danville, Virginia, 1927-1936, Chaplain and Director of Religious Education, Fork Union Military iAcademy, 1937- l CAPTAIN HENRY JAMES GARDEN, B.A. University of Richmi nd, B.A., Graduate work in French, University of Paris, France, Instructor in Frgnch and Ancient History, Fork Union Military Academy, 1940- CAPTA N BENJAMIN M. HERRING, A.B., M.A. Duke University, A.I3., M.A., Instructor in Algebra and English, Fork Union Military Academy, 1940- CAPJ AIN GEORGE RETON EDGERTON Southern Conservat ry of Music, Head of Music Department, Instructor in Wind Instruments, Foxk Union Military Academy, 1928- l l41l FORK UNION MILITARY ACADEMY CAPT. H. RATRIE KELLY CAPT. HARRY M. WALDRON CAPT- HENRY J. GARDEN CAPT. G. R. EDGERTON E421 FORK UNION LHLITARY ACADEMY ADMINISTRATION AND FACULTY CAPTAlIN HERBERT F. REICHENBACH, A.B. Georgetown Collegegl Instructor, McKinney Consolidated School, 1936, Instructor in History, Fork Union Military Academy, 1937 , Instructor in Modern History, Assistant in Chelnistry, Fork Union Military Academy, 1937- I CAPTAIN JOHN M. HUNT, A.B. Hampden-Sydney Colege, Athletic Director and Instructor in French, Lawrenceville High School, 19 1-1934, Athletic Director and Instructor in Mathematics, Volens High School, 1934-1937, Instructor in Mathematics and Assistant Coach, Fork Union Military Academy, 1937- LIEUTENANT WINFRED P. MINTER, B.S., M.S. Virginia Polytechnic llnstitute, B.S., M.S., Second Lieutenant, Coast Artillery, Reserve, Instructor in History, Fork Union Military Academy, 1939- CAPTAIN FREDERICK A. STOUTAMIRE, JR., A.B., M.A. University of Richmbnd, Graduate Assistant in Psychological Laboratory, University of Richmond, Instructor, Shenandoah Valley Academy, Instructor in Latin and General Science, iFork Union Military Academy, 1938- l CAPTAIN JENNINGS B. SPRINGER, A.B. Hampden-Sydney College, Assistant Principal, Dillwyn, Va. High School, Instructor in Latin and English, Director of Orchestra, Fork Union Military Academy, 1938- l CAPTAIN MILTON K. DENNIS, B.S. State Teachers College, Shippensburg, Pennsylvania, Instructor in English, Fork Union Military Acadeniy, 1940- l CAPTAIN KENNETH S. MILES, A.B. Lynchburg College, Instructor, Biology Laboratory, Lynchburg College, 1938-1939, Instructor, Biology, Madison Heights High School, Lynchburg, Va., 1938-1939, Instructor in Biology and Chemistry, Fork Union Military Academy, 1939- CAP IAIN EDWARD A. EVANS, B.S., M.A. Alabama State Teacltrs College, B.S., University of Alabama, M.A., Thirteen years' experience as tea her and supervisor of public instruction in the public schools of Mississippi, Instriuctor in History, Fork Union Military Academy, 1940- APTAIN ISAAC T. JONES, B.S. B.S. in Business Education State Teachers College, Bloomsburg, Pa., 1940, Typewriting, Penmanship and Spelling, Fork Union Military Academy, 1941- CAPTAIN LINWOOD EVERETT LUNSFORD, B.A., B.S. University of Virgilniag Instructor in Spanish, Fork Union Military Academy, 1941- i 1 I45l FORK UNION MILITARY ACADEMY CAPT. BENJAMIN M. HERRING CAPT. J. M. HUNT CAPT. EDWARD A. EVANS CAPT. ISAAC T. JONES I 44 I l FORK UNION MILITARY ACADEMY ADMINISTRATION AND FACULTY l CAPTAIN s. E. RossER, AB. Lynchburg College, Ilaboratory Instructor in Physics, Lynchburg College, 1937-1940, Student assistant, in Mathematics, Lynchburg College, 1937-1940, Instructor in Mathematics andl Physics, Fork Union Military Academy, 1940- LIEUTENANE HARVEY A. RONSONE, JR., Infantry Reserve Assistant P.M.S. 8cT,, Fork Union Military Academy, 1930-1934, Third Army Maneuvers, 1940A First Army Maneuvers, 1940, Military Instructor, Fork Union Military Academif, 1940- CAPTAIN WILLIAM CLYDE HAMILTON, B.A. University of Richmond, B.A., Graduate work, University of Richmond, University of Virginia Extension, Production Manager of Radio Station WRNL, Richmond, Virginia, Assistant Psychological Department, University of Richmond, Instructor in Business Math, ,Economics and Business Law, Fork Union Military Academy, 1941- CAPTAIN HARRY CARMINE, A.B., M.A. College of William and Mary, A.B., University of Virginia, M.A., Ten years' experi- ence as Principal, of High Schools in Virginia, Head Master, Lower School, Fork Union Military Academy, 1938- CAPTAIN XVALTER POPE LAWSON, A.B. University of South Carolina, Instructor in Lower School, Fork Union Military Academy, 1940- , CAPTAIN THOMAS J. PRICE, B.S. State Teachers College, Shippensburg, Penna., Athletic Director and Instructor in Lower School, Fork Union Military Academy, 1940- CAPTAIN s. DONALD MELVILLE, B.S. Pennsylvania State Cdllege, Commandant and Instructor in Lower School, Fork Union Military Academy, 1940- A Miss HELEN P. sl-IELTON Graduated from Richmond Normal School, Extension Work at National Child Research Center, Washington, D. C., Virginia Polytechnic Institute, Blacksburg, Virginia, and State Teachers College, Farmville, Virginia, Principal, Franklin Nursery School, 1933-1936, Principal, House of Happiness Nursery, 1936, Instructor and Librarian in Lower School, Fork Union Military Academy, 1937- l l EUNICE CALDWELL HELMS Greensboro College, ummer School and Extension work University of Virginia and University of N rth Carolina, The School of Library Science, University of North Carolina, Librari n, Rutherford College, Library assistant, Radford State Teachers College, Substitute Librarian, Queen's College, Librarian, Fork Union Military Academy, 1937-1941. 1 1451 S 1 FORK UNION MILITARY ACADEMY I 1 CAPT. JENNINGS B. SPRINGER CAPT. LINWOOD E. LUNSFORD CAPT. F. A. STOUTAMIRE, JR. DR. J- W- CAMMACK E461 FORK UNION MILMMRY ACADEMY I ADMINISTRATION AND FACULTY Mas. IMGGENE MILLER HADEN The Southside Female Institute, Burkeville, Virginia, Former Matron, Children's Home Society, Richmond, Virginia, Practical Nurse, Housemother, Lower School, Fork Union Military Academy, 1935- MISS ANN CABELL, A.B. Goucher College, Secretary, Fork Union Military Academy, 1928- MRS. M. T. WELLS Barbourville, Ky. Baptist Institute, Miller School of Business, Cincinnati, Ohio, Stenographer, Fdrk Union Military Academy, 1933- MRS. DELLA SHERMAN Draughon's Business' College, Springfield, Mo., Bookkeeper, Fork Union Military Academy, 1934-i MRS. CAREY SCALES WALDRON State Teachers' College, Frederickburg, Virginia, The College of William and Mary, and University of Virginia, taught in primary grades six years, Instructor, Lower School, Fork Union Military Academy, 1934-1935, Instructor in Piano, Fork Union Military Acadeniy, 1935- ROBERT MANNING IVINS, A.B. Bucknell University, lGraduate Stewart-Rider-Morse Business College, Trenton, N. J., and Peddie Institute, Graduate work, University of Tennessee, and School of Personal Efficiency, New York City, Graduate Dietician, Lewis Hotel Training Schools, Washington, D. C., Superintendent of City Schools, Hendersonville, N. C., Gaffney, S. C.,lSweetwater, Tennessee, Dietician, Kanuga Lake Club, Buffalo Springs Hotel, and other Summer Hotels, Dietician, Fork Union Military Academy, 1937- 1 Mlds. MATILEE PENNINGTON IVINS Student, University f Tennessee, Assistant Dietician, Buffalo Mineral Springs Hotel, Buffalo Springs, a., Assistant Dietician, Fork Union Military Academy, 1937- MISS MARY ANNE PETTIT Graduate of Fluvanna County High School, Diploma in Commercial Education, State Teacher's College, Farmville, Virginia, Fork Union Military Academy, 1940- i MISS VIOLA BERNICE KIDD Graduate of Fluvannzi County High School, Fork Union Military Academy, 1941- MRS. HARRY L. SNEAD Women's College, Richmond, Va., Housemother, Lower School, Fork Union Military Academy, 1932-i935, Nurse, Fork Union Military Academy, 1935- Miss ELIZABETH AVANT, RN. Dix Hill Training School for Nurses, Medical College of Virginia, 1928-1929, Army Nurse Corps, 1950-1939, Fork Union Military Academy, 1939- I I47iI FORK UNION MILITARY ACADEMY 1 SET' GEANT EDNVARD XVALKER V PT S. E. RO SER . X U. s. A. Of' ,:f""M if .X v '45, ,V 4. lf' M ,.', ,.-f1"'f1k,QJfL.fR"'wffA-L. J. W' X A' , ,A A . ,.- . v ' ' I u" ww, Inf,-19' . XWE4 1 1 Q 2nd LIEUT. XVINFRED P. MINTER LIEUT. HARVEY E. RANSCNE, JR. C.A.-RES., U.S.A. 48 I FORPQ UNION MILITARY ACADEMY I BOARD OF TRUSTEES M. C. THOMAS ..............,A..............,. Chairman of the Board D. N. DAv1bsoN ....,...........,... Vice-Chairman of the Board GEORGE M.lBASHAW .......................................,...,.. Secretary J TERM EXPIRES FEBRUARY, 1942 Robert F. Caverlee, Minister .........,.......,....................,. Fredericksburg, Va. M. C. Thomas, Prel ident, Thomas Furniture Co. ........ Charlottesville, Va. E. J. Perkins, Vice-Eres., Rinehart and Dennis Co. ...... Charlottesville, Va. W. H. Brannock, Minister .,...........,...,..........,..,.........,........ Baltimore, Md. George S. Kemp, Member New York Stock Exchange ..,... Richmond, Va. Dr. F. W. Boatwright, Pres., University of Richmond ,..... Richmond, Va. F. M. Collier, Manufacturer ...........,...........,...,...,.......,.....,.. Richmond, Va. W. L. Prince, Professor, University of Richmond ............,. Richmond, Va. Perry L. Mitchell, Minister ,.,,..,..........,,.. ...............,.,........., C larendon, Va. H. F. Jones, Minister .,..............,..,...................,............., Appomattox, Va. William L. Tyler, Real Estate ,.................,,....,......,............., Richmond, Va. TERM EXPIRES FEBRUARY, 1943 George M. Bashaw, Retired Business Man .......,....,,.......... Fork Union, Va. J. D. Bassett, Manufacturer ............. .........,... ,.....,...... B a ssetts, Va. E. H. Titmus, Titmus Optical Company .....,...,....,.,.....,... Petersburg, Va. Ashton C. Jones, Merchant ,.,.,A.............,...............,,.....,....,.. Clarendon, Va. W. F. Snead, Contractor ..,...,..........,.,...,...... Pompton Lakes, New Jersey H. M. McManaway, Professor .................,.....,..............,...... Staunton, Va. H. Hiter Harris, Priesident First 86 Merchants Natl. Bank. Richmond, Va. Wyatt B. Carneal, Real Estate .........,........,.,........... .,.....,,, R ichmond, Va. E. B. Weaver, Mercliant ...............,.......,.....,....,,...............,., Fork Union, Va. John J. Wicker, Jrq, Attorney ...,,...........,....,.......,.,...,,...,..,.. Richmond, Va. Angus O. Swink, Atlantic Life Insurance Company ......,. Richmond, Va. l TERM EXPIRES FEBRUARY, 1944 Dr. R. D. Garcin, Physician ....,...........,...,..,....,,,.......,....... Richmond, Va. H. J. Goodwin, Minister ........ ........., S uffolk, Va. J. R. Johnson, Minister ..,.......,,.,.. ,....,..,...,.. G alax, Va. J. A. Rucker, Merchant ...........,.,..... .,...... P etersburg, Va. Dr. George H. Snead, Physician. ......., ,...,,.. R ichmond, Va. Grover C. Outland, Life Insurance ............... .....,.. N orfolk, Va. W. R. Rowe, Insuiance ......,..,.,..........,..,......,... ......... I rvington, Va. D. N. Davidson, Superintendent of Schools. ...,.....,................ Orange, Va. Va. J. Roland Rooke, Attorney .....,...........,..................,........... Richmond, R. M. Stone, Asst. Treasurer University of Richmond ...... Richmond, Va. Mrs. Taylor G. Vaughan .......,.,.....,.,...,.....................,...,,.....,..,.. Galax, Va. A L49 l FORK UNION MILITARY ACADEMY CAPT. KENNETH S. MILES CAPT. MILTON K. DENNIET 50 CAPT. XVITTEN C. HAMILTON I CAPT. I-I. F. REICHENBACH FORK UNION MILITARY ACADEMY ACADEMIC DEPARTMENT All questions concerning classes, subjects, standing in classes, and everything relating to the academic work in scbool should be addressed to Col. N. 1. Perkins. i COURSES OF STUDY HE CURRICULUM at Fork Union Military Academy is based on the standard college entrance requirements as maintained at the best colleges and universities. The Academy is accredited by the Virginia State Board of Public Education and is a fully accredited member of the Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools of the Southern States. llts graduates are therefore admitted on certificate and without examinatiion to standard colleges and universities belonging to the Associations. A Parents are advised, however, that a boy's course at the Academy ought to be planned in advance with reference to the particular collegeior profession that he will enter. The instruction in military science and tactics, the training in drill and the thorough academic preparation offered at Fork Union are of special advantageito those of our graduates who are planning to enter West Point or Annapolis. Fork Union Military Academy is a member of the Association of Military Colleges and Schools of the United States. Credit for work done will be given on certificates from other accredited preparatory schools, although each case will be treated solely on its merits. A cadet who may come to us for the senior year's work or for a year of ppst-graduate preparatory school work before he enters college, regardless, of the number of units he may present, will not be granted one of our diplomas until he has satisfied our diploma require- ments and completed four major units fone of which must be second, third or fourth year Englishj under our own instructors. This necessi- tates at least one full school year's attendance at Fork Union Military Academy. A "unit" is a prescribed subject studied successfully for thirty-six weeks, five days is week, forty-five minutes per day. Each instructor gives his closest attention to the individuals in his class, and groups are made small enough to be handled to the best advantage. Cadets may not drop out of classes without written permission from the headmaster l l51l FORK UNION MILITARY ACADEMY CAPT. J. HARRY CARMINE CAPT. THOMAS J. PRICE CAPT. WALTER A. LAWSON CAPT. S. DONALD MELVILLE I 52 I j FORK UNION MILITARY ACADEMY and each cadet is jrequired to carry at least three major subjects. Four major subjects is jthe regular work of the average cadet. If a cadet wishes to take five major subjects he must have written permission from the headmaster to do so. Gur passing ,grade is 75 Z. For college certification a grade of 8023 in every subject is required. We will give credit for the following units of work completed in an accredited summer school: 1 unit of new work and 1 unit of repeated work or, 2 units of repeated work. We do not believe that a student can successfully cover more than two units of Work as specified above during a course in summer school. DIPLOMA REQUIREMENTS FOR COLLEGE PREPARATORY COURSES The requirements for graduation in the college preparatory courses are listed below. iWe do not allow a cadet to have electives until his junior year. Before a high school student begins to confine his education to certain preferred subjects he should have at least an introductory training in some of the essentials of English, History, Mathematics, Science and Language. We have, therefore, incorporated at least one year of each of these subjects in the first two years of academic work. We require for graduation in the college preparatory course sixteen standard college ehatrance units, plus a unit each in Bible History and Military Science and Tactics, making a total of eighteen units. We offer three courses which prepare for college. They and the required units for each aret '- CLASSICAL OR PROFESSIONAL PREPARATORY COURSE Hi. English ..,.,..............,.......,...,.........,....,.....,.......,. . , 4 units if History fone of these units must be American His- ' tory and Governmentj ..., ,..,....,.....,.,.,.,...,...,.,...., 2 units 3- Latin or Modern Language fthree units of one, or two units eadh of twoj .......... ,...,....,...,...................., 3 or 4 units l Algebra .....,. l .,.,,. .........,.,...,.....,...,..,.........,,......,...,.....,,. 2 units a Plane Geometry .....,,....,,......,...,..................,.............,... 1 unit Q Science Conei of these units must be Chemistry or Physicsjj .... ,...,.,, . ,............,.,.....,..... ..................,.... 2 u nits .1 Two Electives fHigh School Subjectsj ........ ,, 2 units L T I S11 FORK UNION MILITARY ACADEMY J. H. YEATMAN, M. D. MISS ELIZABETH AVANT 4 N urse -1 , 4- I Q , " ' " . F' . V' V! 5 4.-U .v .A -v MISS EUNICE HELMS Librarian MRS. KATIE PETTY SNEAD Nurse E541 F0lwlK UNION MILITARY ACADEMY Bible .........,......,.....,...,.,........,.........,.,....................... .,.. 1 unit Military Sciengce and Tactics fmust be taken every year the adet is in attendance at F. U. M. A.J .... 1 unit SCIENTIFIC on ENGINEERING PREPARATORY COURSE English i....... i .,.,................... ......,A,... ,...,,... .,...........,... History Qone lof these units must be American His- tory and GovernmentJ ....,... . . ............,.......... .. Latin or Modern Language Ctwo units of the same languageQ ....,.......................,.... ,..,,....................i.. Algebra ....,..........................,..... ...... ...,. Plane Geometry ..............,.,..,.......................,.,.............. Solid Geometry and Trigonometry ..........,.,.,...........,. Science fone of these units must be Chemistry or Physics, .,... ....,........,.,... E .. ......,........,.......... Two Electives QI-Iigh School Subjectsj .,...,........... ..... Bible ..,..i.,.... I ....,,.......,..................... ............ . . ,,...... Military Science and Tactics fmust be taken every year the cadet is in attendance at F. U. M. AJ .... units units units units unit unit units units unit unit BUSINESS on ACCOUNTANCY PREPARATORY COURSE English ........ ,.,........,.......,.. ....... ..............,...,....... . . History Cone of these units must be American His- tory andy Governmentj ...... .. ....... ........,............. . . Algebra ....................,.,.,....,....,... ., ............,..,....,......,.. .. Plane Geometry ....,..,, ...,.... . ..... ......,.. ...................... . Science fonq of these units must be Chemistry or Physicsli ....................... ,..... ....,..,...............,......... Bookkeeping .......,...............,.... ...................,.,.....,.......,. Typewriting ....,....,......., ..................,.,...... ..... Commercial Law ......,...,...,..,,.................,.... ....... Two Electives fHigh School Subjectsj .,...................,.. Bible ..........,. l ....................,...........,................................. Military Science and Tactics fmust be taken every year the k:adet is in attendance at F. U. M. AJ .... l55l l l i units units units unit units unit unit unit units unit unit Q! 504. s. Y 4-J FORK UNION MILITARY ACADEMY MRS. H. M. WALDRON MISS ANN CABELL MUSE' Secretary MISS HELEN F. SHELTON MRS. IMOGENE M. HADEN Teacher-Lower School House Mother F561 FOlRK UNION MILITARY ACADEMY COMMERCIAL DEPARTMENT CERTIFICATE REQUIREMENTS Fon COMMERCIAL COURSE f Does not prepare for college 1 We offer our Commercial Course for those cadets who do not plan to go to college, but who do desire business training in order that they may be prepared for oflice work, or for conducting their own personal business affairs. A number of our cadets add a Commercial Course to their college preparatory course in a year of Post-Graduate work, thus better fitting them for going on to college or going out in the business world. A Commercial Certificate is awarded to the cadets completing the following course iof study: English Qfirst and second yearj ........ 2 units Business English ......i.,...,......,..,. ..,....,.. . .. 1 unit American History and Government ...... 1 unit First Year Algebra ..,..........,.......i ..,.,.. . 1 unit Commercial lArithmetic .... ,...,..........,...... . .. 1 unit Typewritingl fforty words a minutej .,...... 1 unit Bookkeeping ......i...............,.......,.,,..,...,... 1 unit Commercial Law .,......i.s..,...,....,. 1 unit Economics or Stenography ......A,............i.........,....,..,... 1 unit Bible i....,..... 1 ,.................,.,...i................,.......i......,.......... 1 unit Military science and Tactics Cmust be taken every year the cadet is in attendance at F. U. M. AJ .... 1 unit VOCATION AL TRAINING We are also pleased to announce the beginning of Vocational training classes, which will be enlarged as requirements demand. 1571 FORK UNION MILITARY ACADELIY MR. .ICHN HURT MR. ROBERT MANNING IVINS Snpf. Buildings aml Groumfs Dif'fic'ian MRS. DELLA SHERMAN MRS. M. PENNINGTON IVINS Al'K'lJIlIlfdl7f Assixfanf Divlirian H581 FORK UNION MILITARY ACADEMY I MUSIC DEPARTMENT CAPTAIN GEORGE RETON EDGERTON CSouthern Conservatory of Musicj Instructor in Orchestra and Band Instruments The charge is 50 cents per lesson. No charge for membership in orchestra or band CAPTAIN JENNINGS B. SPRINCER CAPTAIN WITTEN C. HAMILTON MRS. H. M. WALDRON Instructors in Piano The charge is 50 cents per lesson. Use of Piano for Practice for Session 55.00. DESCRIPTION OF COURSES English "Your latte bas to pat: the bar of the Classics."-ARNOLD BENNETT Since the lan uage used by a person is a fair test of his education, this department ip considered the most important in the curriculum. Special emphasis is placed upon English Grammar, and no cadet will be promoted or graduated without a practical knowledge of this subject. Letter writing is also taught in all grades and parents wishing to do so may return to the Academy for correction all carelessly written letters received from their boys. English 1-Thorough course in English Grammar. Analysis of the sentence. Letter writing. Composition. Prescribed classics. C1 unity. English 2-Grammer reviewed. Composition and Rhetoric. Letter writing. Theme writing. Prescribed classics. C1 unitj. English 3-Grammar reviewed. History of American Literature. Ad- I E591 FORK UNION MILITARY ACADEINIY MISS MARY ANNE PETTIT MRS. M. T. WELLS Bookkeeper Stenograpber , ,N 5 ' ,Mu MISS VIOLA B. KIDD MRS. GEORGE F. BELT Stenograpber Our Washington Representative 3938 Harrison St., N.W. CHEVY CHASE, D. C. Phone: Emerson 6174 N01 FORK UNION MILITARY ACADEMY vanced Composition and close study of prescribed texts. Letter writing and theme writing. Q1 unitj . English 4-Gram ar reviewed. English Literature. Prescribed classics. fl unitl. 3 Note: The reading and study of English classics will cover the college entrance requirements as prescribed by standard collfges and universities. . Latin "Tide study of Latin make: for clear thinking."-OSBORN F. U. M. A. makes ample provision for the sciences and modern languages, but a grounding in Latin is the best possible preparation for a liberal education and for an appreciation of our mother tongue. Cadets who expect to enter certain colleges where Latin is a prerequisite should be sure to take thel work required at Fork Union. Latin 1-Latin translations daily. Preparation for Caesar. C1 unitj. Latin 2-Caesar, four books. Grammar and Composition. C1 unitj. Latin 3-Cicero, six orations. Grammar and Composition. Q1 unity. Latin 4-Virgil, four books. C1 unitj. History "History is a pall: of ligbt in a vas! gloom."-WEST In recent years the study of History has assumed a larger value than ever before. Modern inventions are making neighbors of all nations. Our own country holds a commanding position in the world family and the American youth, in order that our prestige may be maintained, must know about past events. Recognizing these facts our History course is stressed. i History 1-Ancient History Q1 unitj . History 2-Medieval and Modern History fl unitj. History 3-English History C1 unitj. History 4-American History fadvancedj, and Civil Government Q1 unitj . . Modern Languages FRENCH-SPANISH-GERMAN "A k1l0ldl10dgE of languages is the first door la wisdom."-BACON Each languagd is given from two to four years. The first year is l l61l FORK UNION MILITARY ACADEMY A CLASS IN SESSION STUDY HALL I 62 I FORK UNION MILITARY ACADEMY devoted to the grammar of the language, with easy readings. The second year provides advanced grammar, the readings of authors and some conversatioxr. Modern Language 1-Elementary grammar of the language chosen. Compositionsq and easy readings. Q1 unitj. Modern Language 2-Selected authors in language chosen. Advanced composition and grammar. Q1 unitj. M atlae matics "He who knows not rmzlhenralics FIIIHIOI know any olber suffice."-BACON' This subject requires much mental application and accurate think- ing, and in turn develops those faculties, therefore, in this department nothing is done for the cadet which he ought to do for himself, and yet he receives the inydividual attention needed. Mathematics 1-Hirst year Algebra Q1 unity. Mathematics 2-Advanced Algebra fl unitj. Mathematics 3-Iflane Geometry fl unitj. Mathematics 4- olid Geometry CM unitj. ,lane Trigonometry Q M unitj . Science w "Let 115 first uiuilerslaml flu' fads and Ibm u'e may seek ibc ta11sv."-ARISTOTLE Fork Union Military Academy offers the sciences which conform to the standard college entrance requirements. Thorough work is made possible in this department by reason of its splendid new laboratory equipment. The courses comprise a study of General Science, Biology, Chemistry and Physics. An effort is made in all subjects to acquaint the cadets with familiar facts about natural phenomena and to stimulate in them a spirit o research and systematic investigation. Class room work is given, bum each student must also spend a required amount of time and work im the laboratory working experiments and preparing his notebook. i A laboratory fee of 310.00 is charged to those students studying Physics and Chemistry to cover cost of equipment and chemicals used, 85.00 to those studying Biology. General Science-An introductory study to the broad field of science. Q1 unitj. l im l Stn L-XJ F -lfilg .-1 O-in-5 Lug,-55 UJQ3,-'E 53.95 3523 OD-Hx. Mmm!-1 , 5 nv -H1 .Lu MIA? .:f fr: 2.53.2 2222 i. 7'-' I-rl .Ugj N305 JL ur: I' fiimm 3, .A A TFA? 5.55 'O,x.-4:3 ':'l"E32,o LU 'EEEE 3, i gl ui 'wi .Vi 9:2242 354,25 ,Em 'gilie-:3 UUQD F, S- , . ' fur? -agza P1330 QUE , 5545 F3 -154000 -i:J2r:'g 444cQ xl . "'5 of , 35:9 . Q EQ:- +-:E A O .25 DQ 'CI F 0 253 oo.-if A 49 wi? g-are 611,33- n-in-Jr-I 4 :A 303 f 'Ds Jfe 8542 BE? 'EOD :mm 452. -F-I-4 'D'-1 . ENE Z fu.: 552: ...OO LI-4U-4U-4 sl P75-4 'Z .mg .dn 9530 Q, . 1:5 EEO :E QI A 0:5 ,o -or O O 3 L5 3 5 Z .3 E o U E 3 3 .fi a : I J 5-A FS ..:: 'U .E QD fi A 5 .2 U O O 3 P-Q 3 J cn O Q4 .-: Lai .5 .M ii 2 S, 3 4 34 ca L-4 'Ct fu P1 2 an G 3 Q 5 5 :Z 3 bi U -1 .94 nf. o 1 -S E I-ri CE E O U3 s: ..:. o 'T i, Qi 1 E FORK UNION MILITARY ACADEMY Biology-A complete study of elementary Zoology, Botany and Ad- vanced Physlology. C1 unity. Chemistry-An extensive study of the fundamental principles and phenomena df inorganic chemistry. Q1 unitj. Physics-The fundamental principles of mechanics, sound and heat are treated. Class room instruction is given by textbook, recitation and problems. C1 unitj. SUPERVISED STUDY PERIODS Study halls are maintained from 7.00 to 9.40 P. M. All cadets in the upper and lower schools, except those whose academic records are entirely satisfactory to the faculty, are required to keep study hall hours under the supervision of two or more instructors in charge. All cadets who have vacanti periods during the school day are required to study during these periods in study hall. The study hall is not maintained as a detention hall, nor as a means of discipline. The cadets soon learn that they are there to be helped and given instruction. Here they can receive needed help on any subject, the persdnal touch is given, and because of the spirit of help- fulness that prevails we have a real workshop. The cadets Who have permission to work in their quarters during the evening Study Period are not Without supervision, for the faculty officers in each dihfision of the barracks are in charge, and devote their time to supervising, and aiding the cadets in the preparation of their work. Strict rules of study are maintained. In addition no the above supervision an afternoon period of study is provided for cadets needing special tutoring and help in their class- room Work. Each instructor is required to spend an hour in the after- noon in his classrbom in order to give this needed help. Any cadet is permitted to avail himself of this helpg those who are failing in their Work are required to attend. At the end df each Week, the Headmaster requires each instructor to submit to the oflice the grades of each cadet in every class in school for that Week. These grades are carefully checked by the Headmaster, and steps are immediately taken to correct any failures, not Waiting until the end of the month. p BIBLE DR. J. W. CAMMACK Recognizing the fundamental importance of Bible study, a four year course is prqvided. f65l 1941 SENIORS Absalom, A. Ames, W. T., Jr. Ancarrow, N. H. Bain, P. Barrett, G. W., Jr. Bass, A. S., Jr. Bishop, R. N. Bowers, H. W. Brown, T. MCC. Bryant, S. N. Cannon, T. 4- Xcgyp Chandler, R. -X 1 4-7' .xyv , Sr N 0' 5 5 .n A Chapman, R. S. Comstock, J. R. Criswell, M. H. C Cudworth, G. D., Jr. Dayton, O. H. Degges, W. A., Jr Dixon, F. Dorshcimer, D. W. -PX Edens, J., .W ' wo lWi.W?1l K N v,,b,v- lkd. H' No- S RYA 'X M FORK UNION MILITARY ACADEMY The Bible course in no way discounts or interferes with the regular courses of study. On the other hand, in connection with English, History and Literature it augments in an indispensable way without which a student can hardly be called educated in the best sense. The Bible gives the best light for this life and the largest hope for the life to come and there is no book that can so enrich the minds and hearts of men as "The Book of Books." FIRST YEAR THIRD YEAR Old Testament History Old Testament Poets and Prophets SECOND YEAR FOURTH YEAR New Testament History Life of Christ and The Epistles COMMERCIAL DEPARTMENT HE Commercial Department is equipped to give those students who do not plan to attend college the technical skills essential for employment in various business occupations. In addition, it includes courses which afford a wide variety of useful electives for students who seeki primarily the academic training. Business problems which daily confront, and quite often bewilder, the average adult are successfully treated in many of these courses in an effort to make wiser and more useful citizens. - Bookkeeping "I know of no training tba! cosls so lilile and pays so mucb as a business college tonne." 1 E. H. HARRIMAN This course is designed to give a fundamental working knowledge of Bookkeeping and Accounting methods and practice that will fit the student for a position as bookkeeper or give him the basis upon which further Work can be takenstoward preparing himself for commercial teaching. Even though neither of these professions is chosen, the knowledge gained. through this course will always be a great asset in both private and business life whatever the student's calling. Presented in the course, in simple step-by-step manner, the prin- ciples of accounts, journalizing, posting and taking trial balances are easily mastered. Purchase books, sales books, and cash books are opened and kept over a period of time long enough to thoroughly familiarize the student with all details. The preparation of balance sheets, profit and loss statements, and ledger closing are carefully developed. l67l s u rf - J' 3- K' 3+'Y1' FLY? 1941 SENIORS Englehardt, H. G. Fcatherston, C. V. Felson, M. D. Fischer, S. H., Jr. Folkes, WV. Fraley, L. Frank, R. J. Glisson, W. W. Grafe, A. H. Grant, C. H. Hammack, R. E. Harris, G. H. Hayes, W. E. Hodge, E. F. Irwin, W. G. Lachman, R. L. Lake, W. W. Layne, T., Jr Lee, W. H. Lee, W. M. Linden, W. M. FORK UNION MILHHRY ACADEMY Throughout the course special attention is given to modern methods in recording transactions and preparing the work of the bookkeeper for the auditor. The student who has mastered the principles presented and completed the practical work given in the course will be well qualified to accept a position as bookkeeper in any office. Typewriting The touch system of typewriting as set forth in this course is easily learned. Accuracy and speed in the operation of the machine are the aim and result of carefully planned exercises. The student learns to write on any standard keyboard typewriter, how to center, tabulate, make carbon cop'es, space and write all forms of business letters and printed matter. l he value of this course for personal use has made it very popular with both academic and commercial students. Second year typewriting continues letter writing and takes up report writing, transcription, legal form writing, setting up statements, etc. Commercial Arithmetic The purpose of this course is to give the cadet a solid foundation in the fundamental principles of Commercial Arithmetic, special attention being given to subjects of every-day use in the practical affairs of life. Special emphasis is laid upon mental work, and the cadet is taught to make the best possible use of his mental powers. The treat- ment of short methods of handling addition, multiplication and division is based on principles and is devoted, therefore, to a presentation of those methods only that are of wide application and of practical use. This subject will be of inestimable value regardless of the profession chosen. Business English and Correspondence This course is designed to give the cadet a well-rounded working knowledge of the fundamentals of English and their relation to business composition. The subject matter selected represents the consensus of opinion as to whdt such a course should provide. The first part of the text used offers a practical treatment of grammar, spelling, punctuation and composition. The remaining parts furnish constant opportunity for practice in letter writing, advertise- ments, reports and business papers. The exercises, both oral and written, are abundant, interesting and within the average pupil's experience and comprehension. l l69l 1941 SENIORS Lobell, J. s. Lubanko, D. S., Jr. Mann, J. D. Lynch, J. F. Martin, R. M. Meanley, I. S., Massie, E. F., Jr. Midgett, D. F. Miller, R. B. Miller, E. StC. Moss, J., Jr. Nelson, R. O. Murray, H. L. Old, E. B. Olivenbaum, L Parramore, P. O., jr. Perkins, R. C., Jr. Peterson, XV. W Phelps, V., Jr. Porter, W. C. Rand, E. H. jr FORK UNION MILITARY ACADEMY Spelling and Penmansbip "The real ics! of abilily lo sprll is correct writing,"-WILSON These are among the most important and yet the most difficult items of school work. It is claimed that many well educated men are deficient in these ltwo subjects, but the Academy desires its cadets to be proficient in both, therefore Spelling and Penmanship are emphasized in every phase of our classroom work. In the English classes neatness is stressed and misspelled words are listed and corrected. Boys who do work below the high school grades have regular classes in both Spelling and Writing, and special instruction in Penmanship is given if there are a sufficient number of students desiring the course. No diploma credit will be given for this course. j Economics This course, a study dealing with various wealth-acquiring and wealth-using activities of the individual, the partnership, the corpora- tion and other business organizations, is of valuable aid to any student in enabling him to acquire a general knowledge of the principles upon which our nationjal prosperity rests. The new approach to this subject is used-how do the various economic activities affect our levels of living and how may thdy improve them? Some of they modern problems discussed are world debts, planned economy, NRA, AAA, the Securities Act of 1933, chain stores, un- employment insurance, laissez-faire, advertising. Recommended for seniors and post-graduates the objectives of this course are to present a realistic picture of social and economic America, and develop within the student the inquiring attitude towards our national problems. Salesmansbip The importance of including a course of this nature in a com- mercial curriculum is borne out by a recent survey which revealed that one-third of all dommercial male graduates went into the selling field. However, since we all have something to sell, and since a knowledge of the arts of sellingj advertising, and merchandising should make for smart buyers, as well as competent salesmen, this course should have a general educational value almost equalling its merits from a vocational standpoint. I Business Administration As the name, of the course implies, it is designed to cover the finer points of business procedure from an administrative standpoint. To l71l 1941 SENIORS Retan, G. O. Sager, W. E. 1 .lb Qgfpher ,w. J., Jr. N Q 5 f ty. gl, ,fx Q Hr! 3, I KX f' I fs' H1 ma , A19 ' j W J W f' . 527322, J . E., if . -N4 Xu ,- 1M I Mr N X Ir" KYB W R J A x y" ,. x . N 19 J' Tescula, D. R.3b. V 'J' Trevvett, J. E., jr. u flk' ffxyuf gg., c :Qin Vaughan, T. G., Jr. Vergakis, G. Vevera, G. F. Ward, M. C. Wilkes, R., Jr. Yoffy, L. M. Young, G. Young, O. H. Yumet, J. E. Zarbock, R. FORK UNION MILITARY ACADEMY the student preparing to enter the commercial field this subject is in- dispensable, to otlrers, it should be almost equally interesting and useful. The course treats of the organization and operation of every legal form of the business unit and the problems of every day business as dealt with by the executive are clearly and thoroughly set forth. Interesting problems involving proper business practices and policies are given the pupil from time to time to solve. Commercial Law "Laws are no! made like nets-to catch, but like sea-marks-lo guide."-Sin PHILIP SIDNEY This important course is offered with a new and improved textbook covering all the recent changes in commercial law that have occurred as a result of our rapidly expanding society. For example, an entire chapter is devoted to laws governing automobiles and their usage. As society becomes more complex, the necessity for knowing one's rights, duties, and obligations correspondingly increases. It is needless to say that the student desiring to become a successful business man cannot be too well informed to meet these rapidly changing situations. The course offers in an interesting manner the fundamental and vital principles of law as applied to general business situations. The study of law should stimulate clear and careful thinking, and should inculcate and inspire a respect and reverence for law and constituted authority. POST-GRADUATE COURSE XVe have an ,increasing number of students every year to avail themselves of the value of a one-year Post-Graduate Course. 1. Graduates from an accredited high school or any accredited academy including our own may take an additional year at F. U. M. A. consisting of: T faj A number of selected subjects to better prepare a student for college, West Point or Annapolis. Cbj To add, a Commercial Course to his diploma from an accredited high school or academy, thus preparing him for going out in the business world or giving him a special advantage if he proposes to continue his studies in college. l73l Qui I-L: :Z GJ .Z E71 nl J .2 E L4 o U U 2 :ci Jones, T. ul ui v7 Q .-. .... L7-4 I-Q cf L. x-1 cv U ..i E O I-I OD C1 'c I-4 QC 5 C3 CK-4-1 'Urs M Stone, W. T. J. E Aim CJ 'U 'iw find 2 3 A 6 .4 Ji 5 -U o o L7 fd A Ei a CI o U v-A ldasano, F. ri CQ .x t 5. A ...J i X ......B2tE5'!'! allen-. 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Roundtree, G. A. Thornhill, XV. T. ey, E. D. Flynn. H. M. Hatheld, G. D. McElveen, C. D. Salmons, G. C. Tilmzln, S. C. ey, N. Foley. C. T. I-Iutson, S. E. Olmstead, G. O. Smith, G. S. W'eatherby, T. R. G. Ford, G. H. Keiter, XV. L. Pella, F. C. ' 'ua-4 Z'.7.l'Qx-U 01.2 o 2 QCQQPQDQ H124 cc? .-.-O iiu sl 'T l L. 1940-41 ES GRAD GRAMMAR r-1.-I O ui- Clif QQ Fi Randle, U. S. Bird, F. R. D0WUeYa W' L- UU135- M- alenzuela, M. dm2lStrL1 N- M- Randle, D, 5. Bickel, L, V. Farrar, F. H. Godwin, L. P. Lovelace, D. M. Shannon, C, E, Chase, D. S., Jr- Garber, H. D., Jr. Haliday, A. C. SH mm McCleary, R. W. Thorpe, R. E. Frank, N, D, Gorman, A. B. Madeira, E. L. t ' Munford, R. T. Spmnd G,-,winger-, R' A. Haussel, R. J. MacDonald, W. B. Arif. N- R- Pollard, J. T., J . Crouch I L Groves' C. R, Olmstead, R. G. Moran, C. E., Jr. BFIIYOUQ .l-1 JY- Reiner, H. D. Haussel' Heishman, R. H. Rolmerson, R. L. Paige, J.'C. B0l1I1101'I. A- R- Robertson, W. J., Prager b ' Schaefer, R. E. Steiner, F. Psillas, W. G. Bright, S. R.. JF- Seates, C. M., Jr. Shvmmln M Scott, G. M. Wood, R. A. Seay, A. F. Colon, J. L. Sigel, A. L. ' ' ' L ' Schlemmer. R. R. Jr. Freeman, H. C. Sprague, C. W". Tlvird 4, I Sixlb Scherick, R. C. Golby, F. L. Sprouse, E. B., Jr. Gray, R. L. Dfw Abrams, J. Snead, P. Graham, G. M. Stewart, H. H., Jr. Myers, L. C. Burke, A. J. Atwood, R. L. Stebner, H. L., Jr. Hilderbrand, XV. P., Jr. Tadder, M. C. Peterson, E. M. Crook, R. B. Carson, J. A. Stewart, H. R. MAJOR JEAN EDENS INFANTRY, U. s. A. P. M. S. and T. ikm bio.,- FORK UNION MILITARY ACADEMY MILITARY DEPARTMENT MAJOR JEAN EDENS, Infantry, U. S. A. P. M. S. and T. Reserve Officers Training Corps HE military system when properly administered tends to develop all the fundamental qualities of good citizenship. It is democratic, uniform, wholesomely restraining and yet it is not inflexibly austere. Self-reliance, obedience, discipline, and patriotism are the essentials of civilian as well as military life. Under the military system a cadet is required to be physically fit, mentally alert, clean physically and morally, dependable, honorable and patriotic. These requirements are attained very ,quickly by the cadet. Can there be any doubt that the boy who has had this training is better fitted to begin his life's work than the boy whose schooling has been only in the academic field? The civilian may ask how these qualities are instilled in boys at a military school. The answer is a simple one. Boys enter school during the period of adolescence, at a time when lasting habits have not yet been formed. The new cadet is told to put himself in harmony with the system. He is made to feel that he is a part of the corps and that he as an individual must do his part in order that the system may function properly. He looks about him and sees his fellow cadets wearing the sameuniform, receiving the same training, and all being treated with the same equality and absolute fairness. He now realizes that he is a member of a pure democracy-the Corps of Cadets. He soon becomes accustomed to his new surroundings, understands the advantage of the system and wholeheartedly accepts it because he realizes its personal value.. In forming correct habits, however, the individual is given every opportunity to develop his initiative. The American military system is not the type which relies upon machine methods. Of course the casual observer of a military ceremony might say that the various move- ments were mechanical, but to this observer the different functions of a commercial corporation would seem just as mechanical. Still, as the successful businessman realizes the necessity of individual initiative in order that the apparently mechanical corporation may succeed, so the military men knows that breadth of vision and initiative are necessary for the military organization to run smoothly. Ask any cadet whether or not initiative is necessary during a close-order drill, an extended-order f79l X Q .si ff g ig, g , X f kk: 4 K V W I V gp f g -13256 W g: f. ,, 'fiw' fx X ' 'swf 1 :wg-.ini Vial- F " . . ,egg gf: gl. Y 1 ' I " 21:11 - f W,,g132:gg " f1. :f.:, 5, ,f, . . " -:ff ff - DE FULL DRESS PA FORK UNION MILITARY ACADEMY drill, when solving a map problem, or when issuing a field order, and then base your opinion upon his answer. Fork Union Military Academy administers the military system through the medium of the Reserve Oflicers Trainin Corps. Since the United States War Department designated F. U. 1 . A. as a Junior R. O. T. C. in January 1919, all cadets who are physically it and fourteen years ofage or over have been required to take the work in the Military Department. Military Science and Tactics MAJOR JEAN EDENS, Infantry, U. S. A. Head of Department of Military Science and Tactics All cadets 141years of age and above are required to take theoretical as well as practical work in Military Science and Tactics. This training is not given at the expense of academic education. On the contrary, ,the aim is to make academic training more complete and effective thrqugh development of soldierly virtues and instruction which will be of educational value in preparation for civil life. Instruc- tion is conducted Qin the class room and on the drill field. The course, as prescribed by the War Department, is divided into two sub-courses of two years each, viz., a basic course and an advanced course as follows: 1 1, FIRST YEAR BASIC COURSEK FIRST YEAR ADVANCED COURSE! Q11 Organization ofi the Infantry Q11 Military Organization QGeneral1 Q21 Military Discipline, Courtesies and Q 21 Principles of Leadership Customs of the Service Q31 Drill and Command Q31 Military Sanitation and First Aid Q41 Machine Guns Q41 Drill and Command Q51 Howitzer Company Weapons Q51 Physical Training Q61 Rifle Marksmanship Q61 Rifle and Rifle Marksmanship Q71 Combat Principles Q71 Scouting and Patrolling ' Q81 Field Fortifications SECOND YEAR BASIC COURSEVI Q91 Defense against Chemical Warfare Q11 National Defense Act and R.O.T.C. SECOND YEAR ADVANCED COURSE Y' Q21 Drill and Command Q11 Military Law ' Q31 Physical Training Q21 Military History and Policy Q41 Rifle Marksmanship Q31 Administration Q51 Map Reading 1 Q41 Aerial Photograph Reading Q61 The Automatic iRifle Q51 Instructional Methods Q71 The Machine Gun Drill Q61 Mechanization Q81 Machine Gun Marksmanship Q 71 Combat Principles Q91 Combat Principles and Rifle Squad Q81 Anti-aircraft Defense Q101 Musketry ' Q91 Anti-tank Defense Q111 Scouting and Patrolling Q101 The Tank Platoon supporting In- fantry I31l FFICERS DO COMMISSIONE l FORK UNION MILITARY ACADEMY Cadets entering the Freshman Class pursue the First Year Basic Course. New students entering in other than the Freshman Class who desire credit for such R. O. T. C. training as they may have had else- where, must, at the time of enrollment, submit to the P. M. S. and T., Fork Union Military Academy, a copy of their "Student's Record" QW. D. Form No. 1311 attested by the P. M. S. and T. of the school previously attended. This report will be used in determining what credit may be allowed the new student toward his R. O. T. C. course. The specific benefits of the R. O. T. C. are: 1. The cadet may earn a commission in the Gflicers' Reserve Corps of the United States Army by satisfactorily completing four years military training and attending C. M. T. C. Camp. 2. He may enjoy the opportunity of attending summer camps, with transportation and expenses paid. At these camps the Government supplies, without cost, complete service uniforms and equipment as prescribed for members of the regulary army. This camp may be attended after the cadet's third or fourth year, but not unless he will probably complete four years military training. SUMMER SCHOOL DEPARTMENT HERE is a large demand for summer school work. Parents frequently write us to know if we have an all-year school and because of this demand we have inaugurated our summer school. The term of six weeks opens two weeks after close of regular session. Major E. J. Snead, for over twenty years a teacher in our school, is the headmaster and has able assistants. Cadets already in our school are eligible, others are received provided they enroll for the following session. We operate the summer school for Fork Union cadets. The military feature is left off in summer and uniform is not required. Students room and take their meals on the campus. All students are under academy regulations twenty-four hours in the day. Full information will be furnished upon request. U31 NON-COMMISSIONED OFFICERS FORK UNION MILITARY ACADEMY EXTRACTS FROM CADET REGULATIONS FEW general rules are given for the information of patrons. When a cadet enters Fork Union, both he and his parents or guardians agree to abide by these and all rules made from time to time by the Academy authorities. Cadets will be under the authority of the Academy from the time of their arrival until their departure after the end of the session. As long as a cadet is at Fork Union he is under school regulations. When transportation is furnished by the Academy from Fork Union to other points, cadets will be under school regulations. Assignments to rooms will be made by the Academy, no changes will be made without the consent of the commandant. Cadets are required to be in the uniform prescribed for the day, to be clean and neat in person and clothing, and to observe proper decorum at all times. The commandant may require cadets to purchase new clothing if, in his opinion, old ones are unit. The president or headmaster will reserve a period daily to permit cadets to consult about any matter. Interviews will be confined to this time. They are reminded, however, that minor matters of routine and discipline are referred to the commandant, and no cases can be brought to the president or headmaster to obtain a reversal of decision except when the cadet has permission from the subordinate to carry the matter higher. q The commandant will be in his oflice daily to receive explanations and otherwise consult with cadets. At no other time will cadets enter oflice of Military Department except: when sent for, members of cadet staff, officer of the day, sergeant of the guard and mail orderlies in the performance of their duties. Open manifestation of approval or disapproval of an oflicial order is strictly prohibited. Personal property of cadets or articles issued must not be left in classrooms or around the school grounds. Cadets who intentionally or wantonly destroy, injure or deface another cadetis property will be required to pay for same and in addition will be subject to discipline. Eatables, except candy, when brought in the barracks, will be disposed of before next morning's inspection. . f85l "CO, A"-LOWER SCHOOL DRESS PARADE w FORK UNION MILITARY ACADEMY Smoking without permission is forbidden. Cadets are permitted to smoke with permission of parents according to school regulations. Smoking is heartily discouraged and the evils, particularly of cigarette smokingi especially for growing boys, are set forth in literature given cadets for their information and education on the subject. We believe it is far better to inform and persuade and get voluntary action than to issue orders and compel. Card playing, gambling, drinking of intoxicants, introduction of intoxicants into barracks or having same in possession and use of vulgar, profane or obscene language is strictly forbidden and will be ample cause for dismissal. All cadets are required to attend Sunday school and vespers. For those desiring it, arrangements may be made for Catholic boys to attend their church twice each month and this should be arranged for at the time of entrance. The cost of transportation is small. All cadets must attend Sunday vesper service at 4.00 P. M. in a body unless absent from Fork Union. Welcannot permit cadets to absent themselves from divine service. Demerits given will be posted on bulletin board daily and cadets desiring to make explanation will do so that day. Explanation may be made verbally. l Demotion: Cadets who show by their first month's work that they are not capable of doing the required work of a given class will be demoted to the next lower class in that subject. Special Tests: Cadets who are absent from tests will arrange with the instructors for special tests. These tests will be given at the discretion of the instructors yor at the request of the headmaster. No cadet will engage in any commercial enterprise without first receiving a permit from the treasurer. Except under exceptional circumstances no cadet will be granted leave of absence. Sucb leave will be granted by tbe commandant. A cadet desiring a leave under exceptional circumstances must first have the permission ofbis parents. This permission must be sent direct to commandant by tbe parent. No permission presented otberwise will be bonored. Cadets are not allowed to keep automobiles, motorcycles or firearms at the Academy or in tbe village. N o exception will be made to this rule. Trunks shipped to cadets should have names plainly marked. Trunk checks turned in to business office will insure prompt delivery. l37l I FORK UNION MILITARY ACADEMY OFFICE OF THE INFIRMARY A ROOM IN THE INFIRMARY E881 FORK UNION MILITARY ACADEMY Every cadet is required to write to his parents or guardian at least once every week. Quiet Hour every Sunday in Barracks. Cadets are not allowed to have dogs or pets at the Academy. INFORMATION FOR NEW CADETS MEDICAL HE exceptional record of the Academy in the health of its cadets is a matter of pardonable pride. In the important matter of physical exercise the military regime is reasonable, regular and systematic. Following lunch every day there is a regular period for company and battalion drills and once a week dress parade and inspection. In good weather all these drills take place on the drill iieldg in inclement weather the gymnasium is used. The regularity and thoroughness of the military exercises contribute much to the health and growth of the cadets. Their physical improvement is always a cause for real satisfaction on the part of parents and friends. The drills are supplementedl by all forms of athletics under a competent director. A system of regulated exercise according to the needs of each cadet is arranged and required. This is either in the form of athletic games or general calisthentics. Every boy at Fork Union Military Academy has an opportunity to get on one or more of the athletic teams. The natural drainage of the campus is perfect, part of the water going into the James and part into the Rivanna Rivers. Situated on a plateau in the foothills of the Blue Ridge, the village has the rare advan- tage of escaping both the malarias of the tidewater and the fevers of the mountains. Fork Union has long been known as a most healthful locality and scores of people come here for their vacation as to a health resort. Quarters for cadets who may be sick are located in Hatcher Hall. These rooms are furnished and equipped in hospital style. A trained nurse is in charge at all times. Cadets who are not well enough to attend classes will be required to report to the infirmary and will be put under the care of the nurse and the Academy physician. All necessary. dental work should he attended to hefore a boy leaves home for school. The eyes should he examined hy a competent oculist and glasses secured if they are needed. It would he well to he vaccinated, though this is not required. These precautions may save the loss of much time. E891 0 FORK UNION MILITARY ACADEMY ATHENIAN LITERARY SOCIETY CICERONIAN LITERARY SOCIETY I 90 I FORK UNION MILITARY ACADEMY All cadets are required to receive inoculation against typhoid fever, provided inoculation has not been received within past three years. This should be done at home and certificate brought to our school physician. The Academy surgeon, whose office is in the village, is in daily touch with the cadets. The constant attention of the Academy nurse and physician insure the best protection for the cadets. HAZING The authorities are happy to announce that there is no hazing at Fork Union. Any attempt to impose upon another cadet will be subject to discipline. "Fagging" is also prohibited. "Rat Rules" have been banished. MORALS Any offense or omission contrary to the modern code of morals or contrary to good order and military discipline not speciiically for- bidden in the foregoing paragraphs is hereby made punishable. RECOMMENDATIONS REQUIRED Before accepting a boy at Fork Union the school requires recom- mendations from responsible persons who know the applicant and are willing to vouch for his character and home environment. We do this for the protection of our student body. GENERAL INTEREST DISCIPLINE The authorities of the Academy recognize that "boys will be boys," that they are not men of mature judgment, that they are sometimes thoughtless and careless, that they need guidance and not harsh treat- ment. It is the purpose of the Academy to make full-rounded men in body, mind and cbaracter, and every member of the faculty feels that be bas a sacred task in undertaking so great an enterprise. The discipline at Fork Union is not stern in any sense. Although it is firm and unyielding, it is administered with calmness and delibera- tion. The cadets have at all times access to the counsel and advice of the officers and instructors. No rule or decision is made that does not contemplate the Well-being of the cadets. f91l 9 FORK UNION MILITARY ACADEMY GALLERY RANGE Cadets who qualify for the Rifle Team take part in contests against other schools, and make several trips each year in this connection. The new, large, safe and up-to-date gallery range is a splendid addition for the practice of our Rifle Teams. RIFLE TEAM l 92 l FORK UNION MILITARY ACADEMY If the administration of the Academy finds that the influence of any cadet is harmful to his fellows, either physically, mentally, socially or morally, the express right is reserved to dismiss such a cadet or to call for his withdrawal quietly without waiting for any overt act and with- out rendering any specific reasons for such action. No cadet is allowed to room or take meals outside the Academy buildings except guy boys who live with their own parents in the village or community, Cbj students so assigned by the administration. Frequent excursions may be arranged at very small cost with the use of our school bus to points of historic interest under the leadership of one of our instructors. SUPERVISION Fork Union possesses the advantages of a military academy and also those of a home school. Members of the faculty live in the build- ings with the cadets and are always near their rooms, day and night, ready with counsel and advice. This is a unique addition to the usual military school arrangement. In receiving a cadet at Fork Union, the Academy officials feel that they are receiving him for the larger part of a year into their own home, therefore for the cadet's sake and for the sake of all concerned, the officials gladly assume supervision of the cadet and his possessions. At the first of the session, after the Christmas holidays, and some- times during the year a boy away from home may become homesick. This is natural, no matter what provision is made. Loss of appetite, restlessness and nervousness are symptoms. Sometimes boys will write home various excuses in order to get their parents to send for them to return. Parents may at all times write or visit the Academy to discuss such matters, but the authorities understand this condition and always handle each case as carefully as possible and we ask that parents eo- operate with us by extending full confidence to our experience in such matters. We do not fail with a boy if given full cooperation on the part of his parents. Attention to duties, studies and plenty of exercise are the best correctives. We rejoice that the spirit of the school soon cures homesickness. VISITORS The parents of the cadets are cordially invited to visit Fork Union at any time. They may secure ample accommodation in the hotel or in various boarding houses at reasonable rates. We earnestly request patrons not to visit their sons at Fork Union the first month of the opening of school, if your boy is a little homesick f93l H FORK UNION MILITARY ACADEMY HEARST TROPHY In 1935 the Fork Union Military Academy Rifle Team won first place in the National R. O. T. C. Rifle Competition, and was awarded the XVilliam Randolph Hearst Trophy. In 1936 we won third place. In 1937 we again won first place and were awarded the first prize trophy shown above. In 1938 we won third place, and in 1941 second place. Five handsome gold medals were awarded the cadets who won the first prize. i941 FORK UNION MILITARY ACADEMY a visit would make him all the more so. From long experience we know you will have a happy result in cooperating with us in this matter. MILD DISCIPLINE The above may sound formidable at first reading, but it will be agreed that these rules are necessary and healthfulg they are not intended to work a hardship on any cadet, but rather to protect his interests. They are set forth to take care of any emergencies that may arise when a cadet puts himself out of harmony with the spirit of the school. CAMP For cadets who desire to go to a summer camp we will be glad to give information upon request. A number of our boys enjoy camp life in summer. A A ACCIDENT INSURANCE The Academy has made available for our students a plan which guarantees to reimburse the parent for any medical expense which may arise from an accident in which a student is injured during the school year. This coversall medical costs up to 5250.00 for each accident. The cost is 510.00 for lthe entire session, and any accident is covered whether at school, at home or while traveling. A WHAT To BRING Cadets are requested to bring the following articles: 1 pillow 'Bedroom slippers N' Raincoat Q3 pillow cases 'Bathrobe "'Handkerchiefs 6 sheets "Pajamas 2 pair-pf black shoes N blankets or comforts . 'Ample underclothing fmay be either high top or ffor single bedj 6 pairlt socks oxfords, X4 towels-bath I color allowedj N, it lik-3 4 towels-hand xNeedle and thread Pair tennis or gymnasium X2 wash cloths A EComb and brush ,V shoes X2 clothes bags sxvToothbrush Suspenders A Bible Shoe shine kit 'Fea'spBon' '5n'Z1"glass Qheavy J and other toilet articles a gentleman is in thc habit of using daily. l MARKING Every article should be plainly and indelibly marked with the owner's full name. Uniforms and clothing issued will be marked by the Academy. l DECORATIONS Excellence in the Academic Department is rewarded by the privilege of wearing the Academic Star. For each three months term of work a l95l TROPHIES l N FORK UNION MILITARY ACADEMY silver star is given. Any cadet winning three silver stars consecutively in one year is awarded the gold star. This star is worn on the collar of uniform. Any cadet taking less than four major subjects, having an average less than B -, falling below C on any subject, or whose conduct is unsatisfactory, will not be considered for this award. SCHOLARSHIPS A number of scholarships are available, for Fork Union graduates, in various collegesland universities in the United States. These scholar- ships are awarded on merit and the recommendation of F. U. M. A. MEDALS AND SCHOLARSHIPS AWARDED AT THE COMMENCEMENT, JUNE 3, 1940 HE William E. Hatcher Scholarship Medal is awarded annually to the graduating cadet making the highest average fnot less than 90 per centj in all departments for the four years of his high school work. The cadet must have attended the Academy for at least two sessions. This is the highest academic award of the Academy. Won by Cadet Emmett McDonald Herring, Jr. The H. Roe Bartle Literary Medal is given by one of our former cadets for the greatest improvement shown by a cadet in literary society work during the session. Won by Cadet Herbert Frank Haws, Jr. An Orafofs Medal for excellence in oratory and original com- position was won by Cadet James Van Horn. A Declai111er'S Medal is given to the best declaimer in a contest held at Commencement. Won by Cadet Lloyd Allan Corkan. An Algebra Medal for the highest average in alegbra during two year's work was won by Cadet Edwin Judson Snead, Jr. An Alblefie Medal is awarded to the best all-around athlete. Won by Cadet Robert Kammerer. The Ojfieerlv Eficiency Medal is given to the cadet oflicer who is most proficient. Won by Cadet Herbert Frank Haws, Jr. N011-Commissi011ed Officers Ejieiency Medal. Won by Cadet William Leifler. l97l FORK UNION MILITARY ACADEMY SENIOR Y. M. C. A. OF F. U. M. A. JUNIOR Y. M. c. A. OF F. U. M. A. I 93 I l FORK UNION MILITARY ACADEMY The Individual Soldiersbip Medal is awarded to the best drilled cadet in the battalion. Won by Cadet XVilliam Croft Porter. A medal for the best student in the course in Bible, known as the Wallace M. Rucker Medal and given by his son, John Alfred Rucker of Petersburg, Virginia, was won by Cadet Clinton Marsh. Balfour Acbievemeizt Medal, awarded to the best all-around cadet. Won by Cadet Jones Cicero Angier. A music medal, known as The Lester Broolas Music Medal, has been established by Dr. and Mrs. J. Lester Brooks, of Washington, D. C., and was awarded to Cadet Allen Fredrick Free. Citizenship Medal CCadet receiving fewest demerits for sessionj was won by Cadet Lloyd Allan Corkan. Cifizensbip Medal No. 2 CCadet receiving next lowest number of demerits for sessionj was won by Cadet Theodore Leonard Bukowski. A Reader's Medal is given to the best reader in a contest held at Commencement. Won by Cadet Herbert Frank Haws, Jr. Edgerton Music Medal, given by Capt. Reton Edgerton. Won by Cadet Wilson Eugene Sager. GLEE CLUB l 99 l FORK UNION MILITARY ACADELIY GYMNASIUM-INTERIOR SWIMMING POOL "Pure arfesiau water" BUILT 1932 IIOOJ FORK UNION MILITARY ACADEMY COACH THOMAS COACH HUNT ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT CAPTAIN CHARLES GRAHAM THOMAS, JR. Coach CAPTAIN JOHN M. HUNT Axsisfani Coacla Football, Baseball, Basketball, and Track CAPTAIN KENNETH S. MILES CAPTAIN MILTON K. DENNIS Coaches Tennis Junior Varsity Athletics CAPTAIN F. A. STOUTAMIRE, JR. Coach Fencing CAPTAIN THOMAS JOHN PRICE Coach Lower School Athletics IIOIJ FORK UNION MILITARY ACADEMY STATE MILITARY ACADEMY FOOTBALL CHAMPIONS I wma.- W. E Z BASKETBALL I 102 1 FORK UNION MILITARY ACADEMY -I ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT HE authorities at Fork Union have always heartily approved of good, clean athletics as a dominant influence in the development of strong, Christian manhood. They therefore lend all official and personal support to this feature of school life. Everyone recognizes not only the value but the absolute necessity of adequate physical training. Fork Union maintains an athletic program that provides the needed physical training for every cadet in school. Football, basketball, track, tennis and baseball are sponsored for every cadet. When a boy enters school he is given a thorough physical examination by the coach and school physician, his weight, height, blood pressure, heart action, etc., are carefully recorded. A cadet's success in school is largely dependent upon his physical well-being. This fact is recognized by our coach who by training and experience is well qualified to carry out the school's policy. Every player who does his best-wins regardless of the score. Members of our teams must keep up their academic class standing. ATHLETIC RECORDS AND SCHEDULES EOR 1940-41 The football team again won the State Military Academy champion- ship for the third straight year and for the fifth time in the last six years. The following record of former Fork Union athletes who have made their college teams speaks for itself as to their success in the lead- ing colleges and universities of the country. C ad cfs N amc' KASIMIR HIPOLIT .,....... TREVOR HOWELL ....... ....., School Cornell University ........, Lafayette College ..,.,.. GEORGE MOYER ......... ..,.... .Lafayette College ....,..... Years in College ....,.......Senior ..,......Senior ........Senior LEO BIELSKI ....,......., Syracuse University .... .,,., I ,.., . .. Senior JOI-IN LASCARI ..i....... . .,.... Georgetown University .,..... .. ,.... Senior TOM CULLISON ....... .,..,., D ickerson College. ,.........., , ...... ...... . ..Senior GUY DEMURO .,..., BILL ZYDIAK ....,.,. JOHN LOVE ......,.,........ .,.,... PERRY SIMMONS ..,.. Hampden-Sydney College , ....... . Virginia Polytechnic Institute Duke University ..............,......,. Senior ..,.....,Senior .,.........,......Junior Washington and Lee University .......,.......... Junior JOHN DUNN ..........., ....... I-I ampden-Sydney College ....,,,. ........ J unior TOM MILLER ............ ....... H ampden-Sydney College ,...... ......., J unior W. L. JOHNSON ,.,....... Duke University ................,.,. ,....... So phomore CLYDE ELLINGTON .......,. ....... V irginia Military Institute .....,,.,. ...,,... S ophomore DICK MCELWEE ..,....,.. ....... U niversity of West Virginia ....,... .,....,. S ophomore flosj FORK UNION MILITARY ACADEAJY BASEBALL TRACK f1041 October 4 .,....,........ . October 19 .,....,........ . F F October 11 ......,,.. .. F. F F U U U CDC!! 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A. ,... .,... 1 4 Augusta Military Academy ,....,...,.,.,. ., 0 Totals ....,..... U. M A .......... .96 Opponents ..,... FOOTBALL SCHEDULE Fox 1941 September 20-Baltimore City College .....,.............,. ........,...... September 26--V. P., I. Freshmen ....,............,...... ,..... October 3-William and Mary Freshmen ........ ,..,... October ll-Blackstone Military Academy ......... ,.,,... October 18-Greenbrier Military School .......,.... October Z5-Open ..,.. .,.......,,......,............,.., . .. October 31-Richmond Freshmen .............,..... November November 5-Hamdden-Sydney Freshmen .,..,..... 11-Massanutten Military Academy... Thanksgiving Day-Staunton Military Academy ,,...............,.,.. ,..,.., TRACK SCHEDULE FOR 1941 .......At Richmond .,..At Fork Union At Charlottesville At Staunton April 9-Vfoodberry Forest and Fishburne ,,,...................,......,.,.... At Vfoodberry Forest April 25-St. Christopher School ....,,. ,...........,.........,............ .,...........,.. A t Richmond April 29-Virginia Episcopal School ......,....... .,...,,.... A t Lynchburg May 3-State Preparatory School Meet ........ ,..,.,,. A t Charlottesville May 10-State Military Academy Meet ......,. ,.,......,.. A t Staunton May 15-Hargrave Military Academy ......,...,,,.......,........,.., ....,,.. A t Chatham 1 TENNIS SCHEDULE Fon 1941 April 9-Woodberry Forest School .....,.,.........,.......,,........,. ....,.. A t Woodberry Forest April 18-St. Christopher School ,.,...,.... . .....,...,..,..,. At Richmond April 26-Virginia Episcopal School ......., .,..,...,... A t Lynchburg May 2-Hargrave Military Academy ....... ..,.,....,. A t Chatham May 9-10-State Preparatory Meet ,...,..,.......,.,..,.... .,..,,, A t Charlottesville May 12-Hargrave Military Academy ,.., .,.,............ fiosj ....At Fork Union FORK UNION MILITARY ACADEMY BOXING FENCING f 106 J F l FORK UNION MILITARY ACADEMY V BASKETBALL SCHEDULE Fon 1941 January 14-Virginia Freshmen .....,....,..4.......................,..................... At Charlottesville January 15-Woodberry Forest School .......,.. At Woodberry Forest january 17-Staunton Military Academy ......... ......,....,... A t Fork Union January 21-Benedictine Military School ......... .......... A t Fork Union January 24-St. Christopher School ...............,.... .......... A t Richmond January 28-Blackstone Military Academy ......,.. ......,. A t Fork Union January 31-Maury3 High School .,..,.........,...... .......... A t Fork Union February 5-Newpdrt News High School .,..... .... A t Newport News February 6-William and Mary Freshmen ,....,.. ...... A t Williamsburg February 7-Hampden-Sydney Freshmen ...,..,. ........ A t Hampden-Sydney February 10-Hargrave Military Academy ......, .........,.... A t Chatham February 11-V. P. I. Freshmen ........,.,.,......... ,.......,. A t Blacksburg February 12-Virginia Episcopal School ........,..,....... .,,,..... A t Lynchburg February 14-Massadutten Military Academy .......... .,,...,, A t Fork Union February 18-Benedictine Military School .,......... ,..... A t Richmond February 22-Greenbrier Military School .,....... ........ A t Fork Union February 24-Hargreive Military Academy ........ .,...., A t Fork Union February 27-Hampden-Sydney Freshmen ....., ......, A t Fork Union February 28-Massanptten Military Academy .,.................,.., ...... A t Woodstock BASEBALL SCHEDULE Fon 1941 April 4-Virginia Freshmen ,.....,.........,..,.........................,.,..,. ....... A t Charlottesville April 8-Richmond' Freshmen ..,,............. April 15-Benedictine Military School ...... April 17-Woodberry Forest School ........ April 18-St. Christopher School ,....,........,. April 23-Staunton Military Academy ..,..,....,... April 24-Washington and Lee Freshmen 44...,.. April 26-Clifton Forge High School ...,.,...... 2 8 . . April -Augusta ilitary Academy ,.....,. May 1-V. P. I. Fr shmen ............................ May 2-I-Iargrave Military Academy ,........ May 6-William and Mary Freshmen .,....,.. May 10-Massanutten Military Academy ......... May 12-Hargrave Military Academy .......... May 14-Richmond Freshmen .....,.........,.. May 16-Maury High School ..,..........,... May 20-Benedictine Military School .,....,. Fork Union Fork Union . , . .At Woodberry Forest Richmond Staunton At Lexington ....,...At Fork Union ........At Fort Defiance Blacksburg Chatham Williamsburg Fork Union ........At Fork Union Richmond ...,..,.At Fork Union Richmond JUNIOR VARSITY FOOTBALL SCHEDULE Fon 1941 Fluvanna County High School .,.............,.... ............,....,.........,..,.,............,. A t Fork Union Virginia Industrial School. ,........ Massanutten Military LAcademy ,....,.. Staunton Military Academy ....... BOXING SCHEDULE February 1-Augusta Military Academy ................. February 15-Staunton Military Academy ....,..,.. March 1 3-14-South 1 Atlantic Tournament ......... f107 I Beaumont Woodstock ........At Fork Union At Fort Defiance Staunton .. . . . . .At Charlottesville FORK UNION MILITARY ACADEMY TENNIS TEAM TENNIS COURTS Four new courts were added during session 1940-41. I:1081 FORK UNION MILITARY ACADEMY BOWLING ALLEY A one track bowling alley has been erected through the generous gift of one of our valued trustees, Mr. Edwin J. Perkins. The Lower School greatly appreciates this. A double track has been erected in a separate building for the Upper School cadets. HORSEBACK RIDING The stable is equipped with a number of splendid, safe saddle horses, and our cadets may have riding lessons under a competent instructor at small cost. A number of our cadets have their own horses, for their own indi1fia'11a1 use, which are boarded at reasonable rates. Cadets having their own horses are not permitted to rent them out to others, as all riding must be supervised. NEW ATHLETIC FIELD A new ten-acre athletic field consisting of three football fields, three baseball diamonds and a track has been added to our athletic facilities. The former athletic field will be used entirely for military drill and calisthenics. L1o9J FORK UNION MILITARY ACADEMY PHYSICS LABORATORY CHEMISTRY LABORATORY I 110 1 FORK UNION MILITARY ACADEMY FINANCIAL All matters relating to tbe payment of bills, etc., sbould be addressed to tbe treasurer. ORK UNION MILITARY ACADEMY is not an enterprise con- ducted in the interests of any individual or of any company, but is an educational institution existing for tbe good it can do. It is not operated for the profit of any person or group of persons. It is not the cheapest school, but its charges are sufficient to guarantee a strong faculty, comfortable living conditions, wbolesome and abundant food and adequate equipment of every kind. All money received by tbe Academy is expended for tbe welfare and profit of its cadets. Notwith- standing increase in costs, our academic charges remain the same as in previous years. The charges are for the Upper School: Academy charges lfor entire session of 36 weeks ...... ....s.ss..........,, S 600.00 QThis includes the following items: tuition, board, room- rent, heat, light, water, use of inlirmary.J Fees for entire session of 36 weeks ,..,..,.. ......,...........,.,,....s.......,..... S 40.00 CThe following items are included: fee for services of Academy physician and nurses, athletic fee, entitling cadet to admission to all home games and athletic contestsg swim- ming and bowling, two hair cuts per month by Academy barber, school annual, "The Skirmisherng the school paper, "The Sabre", Weekly movies, lectures and entertainmentsg book of Academy regulationsg room key, waste basket, dust pan, one set of name cards.J Total Academy charges ....s....................... ...,,.s.,,....,s.,.,,s, ..,,,...,,.,.,.S640.00 TERMS Of the above charges the entire amount, S640.00, is due and payable at entrance, but for tbe convenience of our patrons may be paid in tbree installments as follows: FIRST PAYMENT, DUE AT ENTRANCE Academy charges for first term ffees for entire session includedj ..S240.00 51111 FORK UNION MILITARY ACADEMY UNIFORMS FOR ALL OCCASIONS VAUGHAN HALL RECREATION ROOM I 112 1 FORK UNION MILITARY ACADEMY SECOND PAYMENT, DUE DECEMBER EIGHTH Academy charges for second term ,E..............,.....,...................,...,.., 5200.00 THIRD PAYMENT, DUE MARCH NINTH Academy charges for third term ...,.......,A.,..,.....4....,......,..A..........,, 5200.00 CLOTHING EXPENSE We confess that "clothes do not make the man," but we realize that neat, attractive clothes are one of the marks of a gentleman. We there- fore insist on our cadets being well dressed at all times. Our uniforms conform to style and standard of the U. S. Military Academy at West Point. They are made of the finest "Charlottesville Cloth" from the Charlottesville Woolen Mills and should not he confused with other cheaper cadet gray cloth. After the first year the uniform cost is small due to the fact that the more expensive articles last several years. The cost of uniform should not he added to the school expense any more than the cost of clothes during the summer. It is a clothing expense which would he incurred Ano matter what school the hoy attended or even if he remained at home. The purchase of these uniforms is a distinct economy in the matter of clothing as they are unusually durable and stand the hard wear of active school life far more than do ordinary clothes. The uniform includes the following articles, all of which must be bought through the Academy: Required Gray Fatigue Cap 1 Overcoat Fatigue Blouse 1 Jacket 2 pair Fatigue Trousers 6 Gray Shirts Full Dress Coatee 4 Black Neckties l pair Full Dress Trousers 1 F. U. M. A. Belt Full Dress Hatw fShakoj 2 pair White Cuffs 2 pair White Shoulder Belts 2 pair White Cotton Gloves 2 pair White Waist Belts 2 White Collars 1 Breast Plate l 1 pair Overalls and Jacket 1 Waist Plate 1 pair Dress Gloves 2 pair White Duck Trousers 1 Gray Overseas Cap fTotal cost of above uniform, 5165.00. Average uniform cost, if a student is with us for four years, about 570.00 per session., The required luniform listed above gives the cadet three full uni- forms: one for full dress, one for dress and one for school wear. The overalls and jacketiare worn for work and fatigue duty. Cadets careless with clothing, who need additional articles, must purchase same. Cadet Ofhcers must purchase through the school such articles of the following nanied insignia as are required by their rank: West Point Sword Sash White Sword Slings Non-Com Belt Dress Hat Plume Chevrons according to rank f113j FORK UNION MILITARY ACADEMY FRANK M. WICKS MEMORIAL LIBRARY A LOWER SCHOOL CLASS IN SESSION 5 114 1 FORK UNION MILITARY ACADEMY LOWER SCHOOL The charges are as follows: Academy charges for the entire session of 36 weeks ,,,....,,.......... 3500.00 fThis includes the following items: tuition, board, room rent, heat, light, water, use of infirmary.J Fees for the entire session of 36 weeks ...... ...,s....,.....,.......,,............ S 40.00 QThis fee includes the same items listed under Upper School on page 111.5 Total Academy charges ....s......s...,. . ..,.., ., ......,..,s s......... . , ..... ..S540.00 Payments may be made as follows: 5190.00 at entrance, 8175.00 December eighth, 5175.00 March ninth. Uniform Outfit for Lower School The following uniform is required for boys in the Lower School: 6 1 1 Gray Dress Cap Gray Shirts Pair Dress Gloves 1 Gray Dress Blouse 2 Pair White Duck 1 Fatigue Uniform 1 Pair Gray Trousers Trousers 1 Overseas Cap 1 F. U. M. A. Belt 1 Pair Overalls 1 Web Belt 4 Black Neckties 1 Overall Jacket 1 Overcoat 1 Fatigue Uniform Uacket, 2 Pair Trousersj QTotal cost of above uniform, Sl20.00. Average cost, for four years, about 3550.00 per year.j TERLIS Bills due the Academy must be paid promptly. Parents and guardians are requested to mail their checks direct to the Academy. Do not send checks to or by cadets, as this often causes confusion and delay. Checks should be made payable to Fork Union Military Academy. An itemized statement of account is mailed to parents or guardians at the end of each month and prompt remittance to cover balance due is required. Patrons should file all statements received for comparison and information. Cadets are enrolled for the entire session or remainder of session from date of entrance and parents or guardians agree to these conditions upon enrollment. We make no reduction or refund for absence, for dismissal, or for withdrawal unless it is due to protracted illness fon physician's certificatej , in which case proper adjustment will be made. If a cadet withdraws except from proved necessity no payments will be refunded and any unpaid charges for the session shall become im- mediately due and payable. It is necessary that our own contracts be made for the year and must be based on the enrollement. Tuition and fees will be prorated for students entering at second or third term. fusj FORK UNION MILITARY ACADEMY LOWER SCHOOL STAFF LOWER SCHOOL BASEBALL TEAM f 1161 l FORK UNION MILITARY ACADEMY Any cadet leaving the school permanently or fofs periods of time greater than one week will, before leaving, obtain a clearance from the treasurer, commandant and government property officer. If cadet does not obtain such clearance, it will be assumed that the records of the school are correct, and the Academy is not responsible for any property left by said cadet. New cadets are required to make a deposit on entrance on cost of uniform. Quarters may be reserved for the coming session by making a deposit of S15.00, which will be credited upon entrance to the cadetis account. Deposit will not be refunded if application is cancelled after August 15, 1941. The charges at Fork Union are perhaps less than any other "Honor School" in the United States. This is made possible by the fact that the school is not run for profit. You may pay twice what it will cost you to send your boy to Fork Union, but there is no place where he will get more that is worthwile in preparation for a successful life. SPECIAL FEES Typewriting--510.00 per session is charged for use of typewriters by students scheduled for that subject. Laboratory-510.00 per session is charged for use of Science Labora- tories by students scheduled for Chemistry and Physics to cover cost of chemicals and apparatus used. 55.00 is charged students scheduled for Biology. Piano-55.00 per session is charged for use of school pianos for practice purposes. Radio-50c per month will be charged cadets who own and use radios in rooms. Diploma-SSLOO will be charged each graduate to cover the cost of his diploma. Post-Graduate-51.00 will be charged each post-graduate to cover the cost of his certificate. REDUcTIoNs There are certain specified conditions under which we allow definite reductions from the academic charges. These reductions are available to two sons from the same family, widow's son, found to be worthy and unable to come without aid, son of active minister of the gospel, son of foreign missionary, approved candidates for Christian ministry, sons of army and navy personnel. Further information will be given on request. f1l71 FORK UNION MILITARY ACADEMY LOWER SCHOOL FOOTBALL TEAM LOWER SCHOOL BASKETBALL TEAM L 118 1 FORK UNION MILITARY ACADEMY LAUNDRY Laundry is not included in the regular charges. Cadets are required to have all laundry done at the Fork Union Steam Laundry, with which the Academy has an arrangement whereby a flat charge of 525.00 for the entire session is made. The Academy requires that every cadet send his laundry to the steam laundry each week. No exceptions will be made to this rule. The session is divided into three terms and laundry is due and payable in advance each term. The laundry will refund any unused balance when a cadet leaves the Academy for any reason. Pay- ment should be made direct to Fork Union Steam Laundry. Three uniform shirts per week will he laundred in the above charge. CLEANING AND PRESSING Cleaning and pressing is not included in the regular charges. The cleaning and pressing shop, located on the campus, gives excellent service, and cadets are required to have their Work done at this shop. The Academy has an arrangement whereby a flat charge of 525.00 for the entire session is made. This charge will permit the cleaning and pressing of all uniform articles that are not taken care of by the laundry. Therefore, the total cost of both cleaning and pressing and of laundry is definitely known in advance. Payment should be made direct to the Academy Pressing Shop at the beginning of each of the three terms into which the school session is divided. TEXTBOOKS AND STATIONERY The textbooks used are sold in our book store, as well as stationery, etc. These may either be paid for by the cadet in cash or charged to his account and shown on the monthly bill rendered parents or guardian. The cost of books, etc., purchased from the book store is, of course, not included in the charges listed heretofore, and bill for same is payable upon presentation. The average charge per session for upper school cadets is about 510.00 to S15.00. For lower school cadets, 58.00 to S10.00. ILLNESS Our medical and nurse's fee is included in the academic charges and covers all charges for physician and nurse for a school year. When a special nurse or special medical or surgical attention is needed, unless especially prohibited in advance, the Academy will act "in loco parentis" in incurring such expense for the cadet, for which a bill will be rendered direct to the parent. An additional charge is made for all medicine used. No extra charge is made for use of the infirmary. In case of surgical and hospital treatment, We have a special low rate which is a large saving for our patrons. H191 FORK UNION MILITARY ACADEMY UPPER SCHOOL BOWLING LOWER SCHOOL BOWLING ALLEY L 120 1 +-'anal' nz-,fir in If N FORK UNION MILITARY ACADEMY ALLOWANCE DEPOSITS Money will not be issued to cadets from the business oflice unless a fund has been deposited by the parents or guardian for this purpose, except in cases of emergency when requested by parents or guardians. Valuables may be deposited with the Academy treasurer. The Academy will not advance money for traveling expenses. Money for such expenses should be sent to the office before the time of departure. POCKET MONEY The amount of cash money needed by a cadet is really very small. The Academy will look after spending money, if deposited in advance with instructions, but experience has taught us that it is better for the cadet to receive his money each week directly from home. We believe the amount of spending money given a boy should be governed by his academic standing as set forth in his reports. Cadets are forbidden to incur debts, and parents are advised to scrutinize carefully all requests for money. Too much spending money is detrimental to any boy. Fork Union encourages economy and thrift. POST EXCHANGE Located in the Social Center Building is a student store Where cadets may secure such items as toilet articles, shoe polish, metal polish and cleaning equipment. ARCHERY CLUB I 121 1 FORK UNION MILITARY ACADEMY CORNER IN DINING ROOM A MODERN KITCHEN Well cooked food, abundantly served H1221 FORK UNION MILITARY ACADEMY Foon AT FoRI-I UNION Good, well-cooked food, in a properly balanced diet, with plenty of time at the table, is essential to good health and especially for growing boys. Our dietitian is an expert with large experience. We asked him to give us a sample of a week's menu for the information of our patrons. SAMPLE MENU OF Foon SERVED M O N D A Y BREAKFAST Oranges Choice of Dry Cereals Breakfast Bacon Hot Toast Jelly Milk Coffee DINNER Prime Roast of Beef, Gravy Steamed Rice Fresh Green Beans Corn Bread Light Bread Pineapple Shortcake Malted Milk Tea CoEee SUPPER Apple-Celery Salad Fried Ham Butter Baked Potatoes Garden Peas . Light Bread Rye Bread Marshmallow Cakes Raspberry Preserves Milk I 1231 T U E S D A Y BREAKFAST Grapefruit Cinnamon Buns Puifed Wheat Breakfast Bacon Fried Eggs Hot Biscuits Jelly Milk Coffee DINNER Fresh Pork Chops, Gravy Creamed Potatoes Scalloped Tomatoes Corn Bread Light Bread jello with Fresh Fruit Milk Tea Coffee SUPPER Sweet Pickles Tenderloin Steak Carrots and Peas Sweet Corn Light Bread Rye Bread Apple Sauce Milk THE SOURCE OF 80 GALLONS OF MILK DAILY FROM OUR OWN HERD FORK UNION MILITARY ACADEMY WEDNESDAY BREAKFAST Candied Apples Shredded Ralston Bacon Hot Toast Preserves Milk Coffee DINNER Loin Steak, Gravy Creamed Sweet Potatoes Turnip Greens, Egg Sauce Corn Bread Light Bread Vanilla Cream Pudding Fruit Punch Coffee Milk SUPPER Tomato-Lettuce Salad French Dressing Fresh Link Sausage THURSDAY BREAKFAST Grapefruit Whole Wheat Biscuits Scrambled Eggs Bacon Hot Biscuits Milk Coffee DINNER Roast Beef, Brown Gravy Creamed Potatoes Garden Peas Corn Bread Light Bread Strawberry Shortcake Milk Coffee Tea SUPPER Celery Chicken and Dumplings Butter Beans Sweet Corn Diced Potatoes Buttered Beets Hot Rolls Light Bread Rye Bread Fancy Cakes Milk Preserves Milk f125 J FORK UNION MILITARY ACADEMY FRIDAY SATURDAY BREAKFAST BREAKFAST Oranges Bananas Choice of Cereals Corn Flakes Doughnuts Hot Biscuits Preserves Salmon Cakes Toast and Jelly Milk Coffee DINNER Pickles Fried Oysters Baked Potatoes Fresh Green Beans Corn Bread Light Bread Home Made Cake-Sauce Milk Tea Coffee SUPPER Apple-Carrot Salad Creamed Chipped Beef Garden Peas Buttered Beets Fresh Sausage Milk Coffee DINNER Roast Leg of Veal Dressing Candied Sweet Potatoes Fresh Spinach Corn Bread Light Bread Sliced Pineapple Milk Coffee SUPPER Tomato-Lettuce Salad Fresh Beef Stew Raspberry Preserves Cakes Succotash Light Bread Home Made Cake Currant Jelly Milk Light Bread Milk f126l FORK UNI ON MILITARY ACADEMY BREAKFAST Tomato Juice Choice of Cereals Cinnamon Buns Hot Cakes Bacon Maple Syrup Milk Coffee SUNDAY DINNER Baked Chicken, Dressing Buttered Asparagus Creamed Potatoes Hot Biscuits Brick Ice Cream Pound Cake Milk Tea Coffee SUPPER Celery Sweet Pickles Tuna Fish Green Beans Golden Bantam Corn Light Bread Peach Preserves Fancy Cakes Milk RECEPTION ROOM I 127 1 FORK UNION MILITARY ACADEMY BAND ORCHESTRA L 128 1 FORK UNION MILITARY ACADEMY ROSTER OF CADETS SESSION 1940-1941, UPPER SCHOOL Absalom, Julian Arlin ..,................. Virginia Acevedo, David ...,..,..,.......,......,. New York Adamee, John Lowdon, Jr. ,........... Virginia Alexander, Ralph Charles ......,....... Virginia Ames, Winton Thomas .........,.....,.. Virginia Ancarrow, Newton Hopper ..,.....,... Virginia Arrington, W. L ...,..... District of Columbia Ashmore, John Switzer .........,........ Virginia Bailey, Edward Bruce .....,..,......... New York Bain, Jack Philip ,..................,........ Virginia Baldasano, Fred Joseph ....,....,.. Connecticut Baldasano, John Robert .,........,. Connecticut Balsinde, Gustavo V. ,.,..... ...........,... C uba Banks, John Thomas ........ ,.,........ V irginia Barbieri, Christy ,.......... !.....,. .,.,.... N e w York Barger, Clark Dolan, Jr ...........,. ,... V irginia Barker, Lee .............................,.... New York Barneck, William Clare .,...............,., Illinois Barrett, Gerald Walker, Jr ...........,. Virginia Bass, Aubrey Sidney, Jr ..,................ Virginia Beale, Richard Lee ......,.........,......... Virginia Begle, Harry Lloyd .... District of Columbia fBirk, Ernest James .........,.......... Connecticut Bishop, Ralph Newton ...........,........ Virginia Blackwell, Price Baron ...............,..,. Virginia Blake, Jack William .............. Massachusetts Bobko, Bayla William John ........ New York Bowers, Harry William .,....... ,...... M aryland Boyd, Robert Leroy ........................ Virginia Bradford, Thomas Maidiield ............ Virginia Bradley, Leighton Hamilton, Jr. .... Virginia Branch, Thomas Haywood ....,..,.... Virginia X.Brandes, Elwood Wesley .......... New Jersey Brasfield, James Moody ,................. Virginia Bringley, Edward Domonic ..,..... New York Brinkley, J. N .....,,.... District of Columbia Broadstreet, George Charles ............ Virginia Brown, George Woodcock ...,.... New Jersey Brown, Thomas McCl:tren ..,... Pennsylvania Bryant, Selwyn Newton ..,.., North Carolina Cale, George Manson .... ...,..,............ V irginia Campbell, James Colin ...,..,,................ Ohio Cannon, Tom Jackson., ..,... North Carolina Carro, Felipe, Jr. ...................... Puerto Rico Chandler, Robert .,..,.... .........,.....,.., V irginia Chapman, Richard Sidney .............. Virginia Clowes, John Alexander ..,............... Virginia Coates, Donald Warren .....,........ New York Cobb, William Lewis .... ...,.......,...... V irginia Cole, Albert Eugene ,......,........ Pennsylvania Combs, William Madison .................... Ohio Comstock, John Rowland ............., Virginia Conway, James Ashby .................... Virginia Covel, Robert G ......... District of Columbia Crabb, John Calvin, Jr. ......,,.......,., Georgia Criswell, M. H. C ..,.... District of Columbia Cross, Donald Dudley ....,............... Virginia Cudworth, George Dewey, Jr. ......., Virginia Cudworth, Perris Llewellyn ,..,........ Virginia Culver, N. W ...,,...,.. District of Columbia Cumming, Edward Knapp .....,.. New Jersey Cummings, Kenneth Scott ..., Massachusetts Dabrowski, Leopold Joseph ....,... New York Dalton, Wesley Peyton, Jr ..,,...... .Maryland Davis, D. W. ........,..,.. District of Columbia Davis, George Russell .,.........,..,.,... Virginia Davis, John Reid .,..........,.,.. ........ V irginia Dayton, Orlo Hazen .......,....,....,.... Virginia Deahl, Jack Edward ..,..............,,.,.., Indiana Delgado, QSillerj Alfredo F. ,.......,.,, Mexico Degges, William Ambrose ,............, Virginia Demond, H. E. ..,..,..,. District of Columbia Detwiler, Robert Alexander ......., New York DeYoung, Jerry William ...,.. West Virginia Dintaman, Gerald Orville .........,...,...,., Ohio Disanti, Alexander Anthony,.Pennsylvania Dixon, James French ....,............,... Virginia Dobson, Robert Earl .,................, Maryland Dolson, Richard Holt .............., New York Dorsheimer, Donald Wilson .,.. Pennsylvania Downey, W. C., II ..,. District of Columbia Dougherty, Joseph Howard ..,... New Jersey Downing, Robert Henry .,........ New Jersey Dunavant, Samuel Edward, Jr ......, Virginia Drummond, Roy Edward .....,.,...... Virginia Edrington, P. E., III. District of Columbia Edwards, Billy Emerson .......,......,... Virginia Engelhardt, H. G ....... District of Columbia Edens, Jean, Jr .,......,..............,.,..... Virginia Ellis, John Evan .............................. Virginia Ellis, Russell Kenneth .,.............,.... Virginia Farthing, James Day .......... North Carolina Featherstone, Charles Virgil ............ Virginia Felson, Morton Donald .............. New York Files, Edwin Franklin ,....,....,..,,. New York Finelli, Donald Anthony ....,....... New York B I:129J FORK UNION MILITARY ACADEMY Firneisen, William F., Jr ..,.,....,,., New York Fisk, Roland ,.....,...........,............. New York Flynn, Howard Malcolm .,,.,.....,.,... Virginia Foley, C. T ...... ........... D istrict of Columbia Folkes, William Joseph .,................ Virginia Ford, Edwin Ivanhoe, III .............. Virginia Ford, Gordon Hassler ...,.,..,. ......, V irginia Foster, Edward Flint ,..................... Virginia Frank, Robert Jerobo ,..,.,..,.......,... Virginia Fraley, John Labon ..,,.......... North Carolina Fulshaw, Thomas Alfred ..........., New York Fischer, S. H ...,.... ...,, D istrict of Columbia Gardyne, Robert Ewens .......,.......,.. Virginia Getterman, Louis Theodore ...,....,. Maryland Gasaway, John Lewis..District of Columbia Gay, Gilbert Leslie ......,.....,..,.,..,.., Maryland Gindhart, Harry Kyle .,........,......... Virginia Glisson, William Wieland ...... Pennsylvania Goldberg, Bert ,.,...............,..,.,.... New York Goodwin, William Hayward ........., Virginia Graf, Howard Charles ..,,.,..,....,..., Maryland Grafe, Arthur Hugo ..,..,.... North Carolina Grant, Clifford Herschel .......... New Jersey Grasty, Ernest Lynn, Jr ...,............. Virginia Greene, Elmer Ward, Jr. ...,,.,......,., Virginia Gunst, Sidney John ,.,.,..,.....,.......,.. Virginia Golby, Robert Benjamin .....,....,. New York Hackett, Richard Hubbell ......,.,. New York Hall, Herman Allen ..........,.......,..,.. Virginia Hammack, Robert Ellis ....,.......,,... Virginia Happersett, Richard Hill ...... West Virginia Harbour, William Hooker ,.,.,.,...,.,. Virginia Harris, Guy Hinson ..,.,..... Central America Harrison, Jessie King, Jr ..,.,,.,.,.,,. .Virginia Harrison, Lloyd Spencer, Jr .... .Connecticut Hart, Elliott S ......,,... District of Columbia Hastings, Oscar Samuel, Jr .,.........,. Virginia Hatfield, Glenn Donald ............., Kentucky Hawks, John Lester .................,....., Virginia Haws, Herbert Frank .....,........ Pennsylvania Hayes, Wilford E. .,... District of Columbia Herndon, William Francis .,..,.....,.,.,. Florida Herold, Henry Vanmeter .....,..,....... Virginia Hobart, Lorin Grant .,.............,........,... Ohio Hodge, Edward F. ..., District of Columbia Hodgson, Charles W..,District of Columbia Hoge, William Cecil ...................... Virginia Holbrook, William Asbury ...,.,...... Virginia Holland, Robert Bragg ,.,..,,........... Virginia Horsley, John Cabell ..,....,.......,...... Virginia Huff, Hugh White, Jr ......,..,..,.,.... Virginia Humphrey, K ..,..,... District of Columbia Hutson, Stanley Elmore ................,. Virginia Irwin, William Yates .,,........... Pennsylvania Jeffreys, Alvis Waldo, Jr. ......,....... Virginia Jenks, Jack .,...........,..........,.,....,...... Virginia Johnson, C. I. .......,.... District of Columbia Johnson, G. F., Jr ....,.,..,..... North Carolina ..Marylancl Johnson, Harry Elwood .............. Jones, Charles Everett .,................ Maryland Jones, Thomas Barlow, Jr ....,.,........ Virginia Jordan, Jack Andrew ..,................... Virginia Joseph, Ralph Curtis ,......,...... Pennsylvania Kane, Terry Seymour ......,. ....... N ew York Karmel, Maxwell Philip ,,............ New York Keiter, William Lingle ........,........... Virginia Kenny, Harry A. S ......, ......... N ew Jersey ..,..,..Virginia King, George Chester .....,...... Kitchen, Burton John .................... Virginia Kitchen, Leo Leroy .,.. District of Columbia Knapp, Alphus Newmond ....,......... Virginia Knauer, Robert Henry ...,.,.,.... Pennsylvania Kneuker, Andrew Harold ............ Maryland Krebs, John Hamilton ,...,.......,..... Maryland Lachman, Robert Lofton ......,....,.... Virginia Lafoon, James Madison .......,......... Virginia Lake, William Walling .......,..,...., Minnesota Lane, Edgar Jonathan .......... North Carolina Lapkin, David Aaron ..,....,...,,........, Virginia Laprade, Edwin Melson .................. Virginia Latimer, Donald Jonathan .,........ New York Layne, Joseph Turner .,..,..,......,..... Virginia Layton, P. A. ,..,....,..... District of Columbia Leary, Joseph William .,............ New Jersey Leborwich, Herbert Franklin ........ Virginia Lee, William Harrison .,,....,.......... Kentucky Lewis, Leon Avery ...,.,......,. North Carolina Linden, William McIntyre ,...,... New York Little, James Henry .,....,...,......,...... Virginia Lobell, John Stuart .,..,......,..,..... New Jersey Lubanko, David Stephen ........,... New York Lubanko, Walter Alexander .,.... New York Luporini, Luciano Edward .......... New York Lynch, James Fredric ...,.......... Pennsylvania Lysle, Robert Scott ............,... Massachusetts Lyliston, William David, Jr ........... Virginia MacNab, John Wilson ,........,.... New Jersey McCabe, Don R ........, District of Columbia McClellan J. F .....,. .... D istrict of Columbia McCombs, Neale Richards..North Carolina McCormick, William Pendleton ,......, Africa cDonough, William James..Pennsylvania McElveen, C. D ........, District of Columbia Magee, Ira Clyde .,.,.... District of Columbia Mankin, Edward Irvin .......,............ Virginia Mann, Donald Jefferson .............,.... Virginia Mann, Joseph Duncan .,....,.. ...,,... V irginia Marsh, Clinton Henry ....,.... ........ V irginia 51301 FORQK UNION MILITARY ACADEMY Marshall, Robert Dean .....,.....,......... Florida Martin, Robert Milus ......,.. North Carolina Massie, Edgar Franklin .,..,............. Virginia Matarazzo, Frank Salvatore .,.. Pennsylvania Matthews, William Parramore ...... Virginia Matthews, James Milton ...,........,... Virginia Mead, Frederick Eldon ..............,,.., Virginia Meanley, Ira Stuart .....,....,.......,,.., Virginia Midgett, David Franklin .....,.......... Virginia Miller, Earnest St. Clair ,......,..,..,..,. Virginia Miller, Robert Berryman ...,.....,.,.. Maryland Miller, William Robert .....,..,.,. Pennsylvania Mitchell, Herman Calvin ............,.., Virginia Moland, Charles Henry, Jr .......... Maryland Moore, Harry Alba ....,....,..... West Virginia Morgan, Edward Davis ........, Munce, John Foreman ........,... Moss, Jerry, Jr ..............,. ..... .Pennsylvania ....Virginia ...New York Murphy, John Donald ........,......... Maryland Murphy, James Edward ..,.,... Murray, Herman L. .... District Myers, Irving Benjamin ......... Neal, John Sidney ........,.....,.., Nelson, Robert Oweng .,.,....., Nelson, Walter Davis. , ., ....... .Connecticut of Columbia .Virginia .. . . .. . .Virginia .. . , . ,. .Virginia .. . . .Virginia Niemann, Walter Frederick ..... ........ I llinois Old, Edwin Blair .....,..,................... Virginia Olden, John Miller .... District of Columbia Olivenbaum, Leonard ...,.................. Virginia Olmstead, Gerald Donaldson .....,.... Virginia Owens, John Wade .... ................... V irginia Parramore, Paul Oliver .................. Virginia Patterson, Henry Cecil ............ . ...... Virginia Peake, John James, III ...... Pella, Fernando Antonio. ....... ..........Virginia . .......... Cuba Perkins, Robert Cleveland .............. Virginia Perry, Calvin Raymond ................ Virginia Robrecht, J. F. .......... District of Columbia Rountree, Glenn Allen British West Indies Rowe, Edward Frank ...................... Virginia Russell, Calvin Brooks ..,.........,...... Virginia Sager, Wilson E. ........ District of Columbia Salmons, George Cabell .......,.......... Virginia Scherich, E. R. ,........ District of Columbia Schiff, Morris Henry ...................... Virginia Schnader, George Lawrence ...,...... Maryland Scott, Guy Walter ,,..,, District of Columbia Scott, Harry Tull ............... North Carolina Segal, David Herman ........,............ Virginia Seymour, H. E. ......., District of Columbia Seiferth, John Charles ......,..,.,.... New York Shaunessy, George Arthur .,.,.,.. New Jersey Sigmann, John Alfred ............ Pennsylvania Shepherd, William Jennings ......... Virginia Silvey, Frank Cabell .......,.,............ Maryland Smith, George Stanley ............. Connecticut Soret, Wesley Edward .,.................. Virginia South, Melvin Emory ...........,.......... Virginia Spencer, Walter Carl, Jr ...,. ............ V irginia Spottswood, Phillip Alexander ..,.... Virginia Sprouse, Clarence ....... .. ...... North Carolina Sprouse, Elbon Booney, Jr. ............ Virginia Stallings, Luther James, Jr. ............ Virginia Perry, William Royal ..., i..... ......... N e w York Peterson, A. G .......... District of Columbia Peterson, Walter William .......... New Jersey Phelps, Joseph Vincil, Jr. .... South Carolina Stamm, Walter Robert ............. New Jersey Steinberg, Gerald Jay District of Columbia Stevens, David James District of Columbia Stone, Ollie Clements, Jr ...,.......,... Virginia Stone, William Thomas ..,........,..... Virginia Strother, C. B. ..........., District of Columbia Swingle, Benny Findley .................. Virginia Taylor, Martin Henry, Jr ..... .Pennsylvania Taylor, William Jackson ................ Virginia Templeman, David Owens ........... Virginia Tescula, Daniel Raymond .................... Ohio ...........Virginia Pitts, Clarence William ..,.....,......... Virginia Porter, William Croft..,.. .............. Maryland Post, William Joseph .............. Pozza, John Babtist ,......,...... Ralon, Victor A ...., District .Connecticut .Pennsylvania of Columbia Rand, Erving Hascall. .N ......,......,.... Virginia Reed, Ellis Emmons, Jr ....,...... Retan, George Owen ,............. ..New Jersey . ..New York Richardson, Walker Milton ............ Virginia Richer, Cye fSeymourj .............. New York Richer, Arthur ............................ New York Thomas, John R .................,............ Florida Thomason, David G ....,...... North Carolina Thompson, H. M. ...... District of Columbia Thompson, Hamilton Benjamin Maryland Thompson, James Aden ........ West Virginia Thornhill, W. T. .... District of Columbia Tilman, Samuel Cole .........,........... Virginia Towne, Richard Barnes .......... New Jersey Trevathan, Gordon Earl ...... North Carolina Trevett, John Ernest, Jr. ..... ..,........Virginia Van Fossan, Richard Carroll ...,....,..,.... Ohio Vaughan, Robert Jefferson Vaughan, Taylor George, Jr Ramberto Andres George Mathews. Vazquez, Vergakis, . ..,....... Virginia ., ...,..... Virginia New York Ripley, William Richaqd ................ Virginia Roberts, Harold William ........ Pennsylvania Vevera, Godfrey Francis .......... New Jersey Walker, Morris, Jr. ........................ Virginia I:l31J FORK UNION MILITARY ACADEMY Walters, Robert Richard ,.,....... New Jersey Walton, William Clark .....,.,.......... Virginia Warczynski, Eugene Andrew ...... Maryland Ward, Arthur M .......................,.,.., Arizona Ward, Mills Channing .......,.......,.... Virginia Watkins, Henry Clay ......,.......,...., Virginia Weatherby, Thomas Rolfe ........ New York Wechter, Robert Lee ........,.........,. Kentucky White, William Henderson ........ New Jersey Wiesinger, L. F. .....,.. District of Columbia Wiley, Thomas Edward .....,............ Virginia Wilkes, Ray ,....,.......,....,......,.......... Virginia Williams, Thomas Myron ...,.,.. Pennsylvania Willis, Charles Orin ,.,.,..............,.... Virginia SESSION 1940-1941, Abrams, Jack .....,..,... District of Columbia Arif, Nouri, Jr ..........,.. .............. N ew York Atwood, Robert Lee ,......,.......,.. New York Balton, James, Jr. .........,........,.,... Maryland Barke, Arthur J. ........ District of Columbia Bickel, Louis Victor .........,........ New Jersey of Columbia Bird, Richard F. ..,..... District Bohmert, Albert Robert ......,..... New York Bright, Samuel Raymond .....,.. Pennsylvania Chase, Derwood Somner .......,........ Virginia Colon, James Lewis .,...,.............. New York Crook, Robert Barry ....,..,......,..,.... Virginia Crouch, John Lee, Jr...District of Columbia Carson, Jack ,...................,..... West Virginia Davis, Alvin Lee ........ District of Columbia Downey, Walter Lee .....,..,............. Virginia Dumas, Moty ...,..,.,....,................,... Virginia Dyer, Anthony Stollard .............. Kentucky Farrar, F. H .......,.,.,... District of Columbia Frank, N. D. ....,........ District of Columbia Freeman, Henry Cyr..District of Columbia Garber, Harry Daniel, Jr ....,., Pennsylvania Godwin, Leroy P ...... District of Columbia Colby, Frederic Lee ..........,......... New York Columbia Columbia Gorman, Alan B ...... .District of Graham, Jordan M...District of Graninger, Ralph A.. District of Columbia Gray, Robert Lee, Jr ........ ........... N ew York Groves, Charles Ralph .....,..,.,....,.,.. Virginia Haliday, Alfred Carl ,...,..,....,.,..,.. Maryland Haussel, Neal Edward .,.,.,..,.,...., New York Haussel, Robert John .....,....,.,.... New York Heishman, R. H .,..,.... District of Columbia Hilderbrand, W. P ..... District of Columbia Inzaina, Giorannino .,......,....,.......,.. Virginia Lamastra, Nicholas Mario, Jr .,...., Virginia Lovelace, Dewey Moring ,.,....,........ Virginia McDonald, William Byrd .,.............. Virginia Madeira, Edward Livingston .......... Virginia Witten, David Cartwright .........,.. Virginia Wood, Charles Henry, Jr ............,. .Virginia Wood, Harlan .,.......,.............. ........Virginia Wood, Samuel Gordon. ................... Virginia Woolfolk, James Pallison .............. Virginia Woolfolk, Frank Lee ......,... Wright, John Henry .......... ........Virginia ........Virginia Yoffy, Lawrence Morton ................ Virginia Young, Glen Edward ......... .............Utah Young, Oliver Hazzard ...................... Ohio Yumet, Perez Jose Enrique ...... Puerto Rico Zarbock, Richard John .................. Virginia Yee, Gilbert S. ..................... ............ C hina LOWER SCHOOL McCleary, R. W ..... ..District of Columbia Moran, Charles E ..,.. District of Columbia Munford, Taylor Richard ...........,.. Virginia Myers, Leon Charles ,.................... Virginia Noble, Lehner C .,..... District of Columbia Olmstead, Ronald Gerard .............. Virginia Paige, James Clifton ............ North Carolina Pearson, H. F ..... ........ D istrict of Columbia Peterson, Elton Miller .................. Maryland Pollard, Prager, Psillas, John Thomas .................... Virginia David Albert. .... . ............ New York William Glenn .......... West Virginia Quist, Ralon, Carlos K. ........ District Reiner, Harry Day .................. Roberson, Robert Lee .............. Robertson, W. Jr...District Randle, David .....,...... District Randle, Ulmo ............ District Scates, Cary M .......... .District Fred Edwin, Jr ................... Virginia of Columbia . . . . .Maryland .. ...Virginia of Columbia of Columbia of Columbia of Columbia Schaefer, Robert Edward .............. Virginia Scherich, R. C ........,. .District Schlemmer, R. R., Jr.. .District of Columbia of Columbia of Columbia Scott, G. M ..... ............ D istrict Seay, Alfred Frank, Jr ..............,.... Virginia of Columbia of Columbia Shannon, C. E ...,... .... D istrict Shannon, J. M ............ .District Sigel, Allan Lee .............................. Maryland Sprague, Charles William .............. Maryland Stauss, Elmer Louis .................... New York Stebner, H. L. ............ District of Columbia Steiner, Frank ............ District of Columbia Stewart, Harvey Hester, Jr..North Carolina Stewart, H. R. ............ District of Columbia Story, Elridge Rochelle .................. Virginia Tadder, Morton Clifford .............. Maryland Thorpe, Robert Edmond .............. Tennessee Valenzuela, Miquel ........,..... South America Wood, Robert Adams .................... Virginia f132J FORK UNION MILITARY ACADEMY A FEW ECHOES FROM MANY Pulaski, Va. As you know I have not been solicited in any way for any statement, either written or verbal, but I feel that I want to write you a letter of appreciation for the wonderful results you have gotten with my boy. I consider the money I have spent with you during the past session as the best investment I have ever made. You are the first group of teachers that have ever made him study. He actually did not know how to study. If anyone had told me, before I entered him in school there last fall, that he would make the honor roll every month except the first month, I would have thanked the party who made the state- ment and told him that I was afraid he did not know King. I am convinced that, if a boy attends your school and fails to develop, there will be little use for him to go anywhere else. I am absolutely sold on the Christian atmosphere that you develop. JOHN C. HARMAN. New York, N. Y. It has been a great delight and a source of unceas- ing surprise to us to see the admirable change that has been wrought in Theodore's character, attitude and behavior during his stay at Fork Union. It is with a sense of deepest gratitude that I take this opportunity to send you the name of an acquaintance of mine who would like to send his son to your school, and you may forward all the necessary literature. MAX BERNHEIM. My son, Luciano, attended school in Paris for two years. Wooton Court, England, two and a half years and lately Rome, Italy. I now wish him to finish his education in America in the best possible atmosphere, this being the reason why I have decided to send him to F. U. M. A. MARIO LUPORINI Philadelphia, Pa. We are highly pleased with the influence of the school on our boy. I have never seen such an improve- ment in a person in such a short time. He is like a different boy and it is very pleasing to us. H. L. WHITTAKER, Lt Q -C01. f133l FORK UNION MILITARY ACADEMY FROM A RECENT GRADUATE ROANOKE COLLEGE It gives me the greatest pleasure to recommend the boys whose names are enclosed for F. U. M. A., as I can think of no means of doing them a greater service than this. The happiest and most helpful years of my life were spent at Fork Union. I would not trade them for all the money in the world. As I look back, I feel that I did not fully appreciate them. I doubt whether I can fully appreciate them now, as I am continually finding new ways in which I have benefited. I wish only that I had taken a four-year course, rather than the one I had. I am deeply grateful for the training given me there. Fork Union has a lesson which cannot be over- emphasized in these perilous times: that is, respect for authority--the authority of God, of the home, and of the state. The recent tendency has been too much to overrule authority. In times like these such schools as Fork Union stand out like beacon lights, directing us back to the only tried-and-true method of maintaining law and order--respect for those who have been designated our superiors, and unfaltering obedience to God. When these precepts are obeyed there will be no more war. If the majority of American people obey them, America will be truly the greatest nation in the world. THOMAS OZRO MACAD00 Richmond, Va. It is such a satisfaction and comfort to know that Walter is in such good hands, for I know he has the right guidance and counsel. Could I say more? If so, please know I feel it in my heart. NATHALIE K. NELSON. Charlotte, N. C. May I say I am delighted with Fork Union. For the first time in Frank's life he seems to want to pass his work, and I think that your school with it's Christian atmosphere will give him what he needs. EVA M. YOUNG. Maunabo, Puerto Rico We are very grateful to the Faculty of F.U.M.A. for the help and cooperation given to our son in his studies. And we want to add that we entirely believe in the motto of F.U.M.A., 'Send us your boy and we shall return you our man.' ' ANA and MATEO NAVARRO. l:1341 FORK UNION MILITARY ACADEMY Testimony from a man who visits annually every military school in the United States. The dignified simplicity of your chapel is most inspiring. Several years ago when I attended another school, a new chapel was built with a fabulous sum of money. It has been acclaimed as a 'beautiful buildingl. It probably is. It can never have the spirit which your chapel instantly conveys. I certainly consider your cadets fortunate to have such a house of worship. Glen Cove, L. I., N. Y. I am frank to say that at none of the graduating exercises of the various schools at which Herbert was a graduate have I ever derived so much genuine pleasure and happiness as I did at Fork Union. The memory of it will be with me for all timeg it was marvelous. I was and am so proud of his accomplishments, his certificates and Diploma. He calls them 'Dad's' Diplomas. Your school is located in a delightful country and amongst charming people: I so much enjoyed meeting the various officers who did so much to make one feel at home and welcome. The adage 'An Officer and a Gentleman' is exemplified at Fork Union. Having visited the Academy and having my son a cadet there I feel that I cannot speak too highly of it. We shall at all times be happy to have you refer to us any prospective patrons that you may have on Long Island or in our section here. H. E. LUCAS, SR. Baltimore, Md. I want to acknowledge with grateful thanks all the love and kindness and most wonderful help that Ray has received at your Academy. I appreciate so very much your fine staff of workers at Fork Union. We have found friends there that we could depend on. May God bless you all for your goodness to my son and to myself. e MRS. NANCY HYSON. Hampton, Va. We liked your school so much for our boy. Our only regret is that he did not have at least another year with you. I'm sure it helped him a great deal during last year at VI Pl Il a MRS. NORMAN W. KELLY. f135l FORK UNION MILITARY ACADEMY Arecibo, Puerto Rico. I imagine it is going to be a surprise to hear from me again. I finished my business administration course three months ago. Now I am working as the accountant of my father's business. I am proud of the training which I received at Fork Union. It is one of the things that has helped me to success. ANGEL GARCIA. Newark, N. J. We have been very happy over the experience of our son at Fork Union and are deeply appreciative of all you have done for him. Faults in habit have been corrected and considerable improvement in Ellis's attitude and aptitude have been accomplished. ELLIS EMMONS REED. Mt. Rainier, Md. I am so very proud of Bryant and I wish to say that F.U.M.A. has done a great deal for his physical, mental, spiritual, moral and educational development. If you have accomplished this much in one year, then the remaining three years should bring even more wonderful results. MRS. MYRTLE WALTON. FORK UNION ALUMNUS MAKES GREAT RECORD Dr..Raymond Ray Lanier, Jr., son of Rev. and Mrs. R. R. Lanier of Saluda, Virginia, has just graduated with great distinction from Washington University, St. Louis, Missouri, with the degree of Doctor of Philosophy and with honors and congratulations from the committee of professors on examination. His major study was Anatomy, and minor subject Zoology. Dr. Lanier was graduated with the high- est honors at Fork Union Military Academy in 1931. He took undergraduate study at the University of Richmond 1931-35. Graduate study, Duke University 1935-363 Wash- ington University 1936-39. Honors: A.B. with honors in Zoology, University of Richmond. Fellowships and Graduate Scholarships: Jackson Johnson Fellow, Washington University 1936-39. Scholastic Experience: Graduate Assistant in Zoology, Duke University 1935-36. Membership in Scholastic Societies: Phi Sigma. His friends throughout the State , extend congratulations on his success and the high honor he has received on his graduation. f136j FORK UNION MILITARY ACADEMY Sanford, Florida The two years my boy was with you have done him worlds of good and it is just too bad that he wasted two here in our High School and was not in Fork all think Fork Union is a good school and a a boy. As you stated when he arrived there know what it was all about, but that he did I know this to be true too. Again I assure you of our appreciation of what you have done for Frank during his two years at F. U. M. A. FRANK L. WOODRUFF, JR. Union. We fine place for he did not learn to work. 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Brock, William S.. .13161 Sayref St., San Fernando, Calif Gendreau, Dr. E. A. M., Villa Riviera Apt. Hotel, Ocean Blvd. at Alamitos, Long Beach, Calif. Schmitz, Geor e W 8 -, Ivy Oaks, Foothill 3Road, Carpenteria, Calif. Wright, Earl S. .......... 1125.Board of Trade Bldg., 1101 W. 7th St., Los Angeles, Calif. Parrish, Prof. Robt. T., University of Colorado, Boulder, Colo. Fitzgerald, Gerald. . . 143 Hinsdale Ave., Winsted, Conn. Newell, Edwin ............ The Nest, Colebrook, Conn. Seeley, Mrs. Mary E. .... 13 Pleasant St., Danbury, Conn. Knowles, Mrs. J. K. 315 No. Bedford St., Georgetown, Peters, Dr. D. C.. .Medical Arts Bldg., Wilmington, Getzen, Jack .................... ..... L akeland, Lefiler, William A. ........... ' .......... Sanford, Lyell, Dr. Robert O.. .226 N.E. 20th Terrace, Miami, Maurer, E. H. ........... 21081Morgan St., Tampa, Wilhoit, Dr. S. E. ........... . .......... Quincy, Lilliston, Clarence ......... awk Flint St., Albany, Mayberg, L. E. W., Jr.. 1596 Lakbwood Ave., Atlanta, Stone, E. F., 'Zi Norfolk 8: Western R. R. Co., 22 Marietta St., Atlanta, Sargent, Epes W., Jr., W Columbia Broadcasting Del. Del. Del. Fla. Fla. Fla. Fla. Fla. Ga. Ga. Ga. Bealle, C. E. ....... 2727 Guilford Ave., Baltimore, Bufiington, A. .......... Rolling Road, Catonsville, Clark, James ...................... Ellicott City, Ellis, E. T. ............ 1808 Park Ave., Baltimore, Gresham, James F.. . .3003 Clifton Ave., Baltimore, Humm, J. W. ...... 1028 N. Market St., Frederick, Hyson, Dr. J. M. ...... 2128 St. Paul St., Baltimore, Morrison, Cleo E.. .425 Flower Ave., Takoma Park, McCurdy, David .................. College Park, Rideout, Major Frank C. .... Fort George G. Meade, Rigler, Mrs. Georgia A. ............. Hampstead, Shields, Roger D. ...... Gray Rocks, Silver Springs, Smith, Major Ross B. ...... Fort George G. Meade, Vandever, E. C. ..................... Ham stead, Watson, Rev. Paul G. ................ Cambridge, Webster, William A., 3903 Coldspring Lane, Baltimore, Wilshin, Edwin ........ 711 St. Paul St., Baltimore, Md Md Md Md Md Md Md Md Md Md Md Md Md Md Md Cardoza, Wilbur B., 12 Morningside Road, Worchester, Cummings, Francis S., Mass MaI Ma. . System, 410 N. Micihigan Ave., Chicago, Ill. Telling, Edward R. .... 907 W. nglish St., Danville, Klock, Mrs. G. F., 301W W. Ninth St., Michigan City, Mitchell, John W. .................... Waldron, Woosley, Ernest H. ........... ,. . .Bowling Green, Allison, Harrison Clarke ....... Q ........... Grahn, Atkinson, Marion E. .... 151 E. High St., Lexington, Bentley, J. L. ................ , ....... Whiteburg, Brashear, L. F., Jr. ...................... Hazard, Foster, B. N. ................ 1 ............ Paris, Hanson, Richard H., Jr. ..... RFD No. 3, Lexington, Hobson, W. W., Jr. .......... L. . .Harrod's Creek, Holbrook, J. S. ....................... Millstone, Hopkins, Mrs. Josephine. .16 Glazier Ave., Bellevue, Marcum, J. D. ............... , ........... Louisa, Petty, W. C. ......... 1210 Ashland Ave., Ashland, Butler, Joseph E. ............. N ........ Covington, Hamilton, W. W., Jr., Wa President W. W. Hamilton, Baptist Bible Institute, New Orleans, Kean, Louis Randol h Terry, Dana ........................ Winnsboro, Tharpe, James P.. .258 Audubon Blvd., New Orleans, Tharpe, Page Hale, 7608 St. Charles Ave., New Orleans, P , 700 Lakeland Drive, Baton Rouge, Ind. Ind. Ind. Ky. Ky. Ky. Ky. Ky. Ky. Ky. Ky. y. Ky. La. La. La. La. La. La. Emery, Ray N. ........ 51 Shackford St., Eastport, Maine Ill. 855 Broadway, W. Somerville, Glen, Bruce F. .......... 825 Main St., Walpole, Tata, Michele A. ....... 148 Sixth St., Leominster, Wicks, Mrs. Frank M., 12 Cypress Rd., Wellesley Hills, Hubbell, Paul, Mass Mass Mass Mass. Ypsilanti Woman's College, Ypsilanti, Mich Storrs, Harry N. .............. Berrien Springs, Mich. Brown, Lester ............. ...... K osciusko, Miss. Herring, Mrs. Carrie N. .............. Louisville, Miss. Quisen erry, Curry D. ................. Clinton, Miss. Spivey, Mrs. N. W.. .518 Poplar Ave., Philadelphia, Miss. Bartle, H. Roe. .Boy Scouts of America, Kansas City, Mo. Walker, W. Ray ...................... Devon, Mont. Phillips, Mrs. M. E.. . . 156 Orange St., Manchester, N. H. St. Onge, Mrs. Gustave ...... 1 West St., Concord, N. H. Battin, Henry ...... 1313 Central Ave., Ocean City, N. J. Bell, Dr. Horace O., Essex County Hospital, Belleville, N. J. Boatwright, Major W. P., Ordinance Dept., Raritan Arsenal, Metuchen, N. J. Brinkerhoff, Richard S., 17 Sherman Ave., Glen Ridge, N. J. Carricarte, Julius .... 225 Academy St., Jersey City, N. J. Clayton, Walter D.. .670 Stuyvesant Ave., Trenton, N. J. Crowell, Robert ..... 331 Rockaway Ave., Boonton, N. J. DeRosa, Mrs. Mary, 227 Old Bergen Rd., Jersey City, N. J. Greene, R. H. ......... 103 Ellery Ave., Irvington, N. J. Heath, Mrs. Sarah A.. .158 Concord Ave., Trenton, N. J. Locke, John Paul ....... 425 Beech St., Arlington, N. J. Moon, John A. . .389 S. Belmont Ave., Newark, N. J. Newcomer, J. W..Hotel Henry Hudson, Ocean City, N. J. Penrod, J. W.. ................... Beach Haven, N. J. Plummer, J. F.. . .459 Belleville Ave., Glen Ridge, N. J. Pugh, Edgar A. .... 635 High St., Apt. 3, Newark, N. J. Scandlin, D. W. ...................... Boonton, N. J. Scharif, Mrs. Reba G., 423-A Ferris St., South Amboy, N. . Usher, George A. ..... 83 Linden Ave., Bloomfield, fl39J J N. J. REFERENCE ALUMNI LIST AND PATRONS Bayles, Frank H., Port Jefferson Station, Long Island, Brown, Junius, 64 Norwood Ave., Clifton, Staten Island, Burger, H. J. ................... 950 Fifth Av., Coo e, Paul D., W: Strotheim and Ramon, 750 Fifth Ave., Crocitto, Joseph R.. . .611 Sixty-fifth St., Brooklyn, Davis, H. R. .................. 5 Oak St., Avon, Dillingham, James B., 124 Brantwood Rd., Eggertsville, Follitt, W. B. ....... 32 Park Place, Staten Island, Howard, T. W., Jr., 37-20 Twelfth St., Long Island City, McCarren, Mrs. Herbert .......... Dobbs Ferry, N. Mohr, Edward H.. . .2899 Valentine Ave., New York City Newcomb C. S .148 East Broadwa Port efferson , - Y. J . Parker, Capt. Hugh C.. 18th Infantry, Fort Slocum, Pullen, F. D. ...................... Broadalbin, N. Reeves, Mrs. Walter J., 64 Hollywood Ave., Douglaston, Long Island, N. Roulhac, William. .133 Franklin Ave., Mt. Vernon, Russlend, Mrs. Lena .... 736 Decatur St., Brooklyn, N. Vunck, O. B. ..... ...... ........ V o orheesville, Welch, Stanton Spencer, 217 S. Third Ave., Mt. Vernon, Williams, Mrs. H. Earl, 70 Fulton Ave Hem stead Lon Island ., p , gl l , N. Wood, R. L. ................ 'M Underwriting Dept Pacific Fire Insurance Co., N. Allen, Walter D.. .................... Weldon, Anderson, Rev. H. B. .................. Weldon, Aydlett, Julian E., 322 W. Main St., Elizabeth City Bilbro, Robert Bruce ................ Greenville: Brinn, R. E. ........................ Hertford, Bulluck, Z. B. ................... Rocky Mount, Cooper, Frank T. ..................... Newton, Coyle, Geo. S.. . .510 Hawthorne Lane, Charlotte, Daniel, C. R. ........................ Weldon, Daniel, R. T. ........................ Weldon, Eagles, Mrs. John R. ................. Fountain, Farless, John L. ...................... Colerain, Fearing, Dr. J. G., Jr., 604 VU. Main St., Elizabeth City, Fulford, Arthur G. ................... Movock, Hennis, C. F. ....................... Mt. Airy, Hilton, Prof. John W., North Carolina State College, Raleigh, Holmes C. R. ............... Box 103, Hertford Hutchisbn, F. A. .... 212 Johnston Bldg., Charlotte: Jolly, R. A. .................... Rutherfordton, Justic, Dr. Lindwood ................. Littleton, Lawrence, John ...................... Colerain, Parrish, Fred M..Attorney at Law, Winston-Salem, Perley, James, My Woolworth Five and Ten, Wilmington, Putney, Dr. R. H. .................... Elm City, Quisenbury, J. Rice, Wake Forest College, Wake Forest, Ramsey, Mrs. Joseph B., 228 Hammond St., Rocky Mount, Stevens, E. G., W Stevens Jobbing Co., Elizabeth City, Taylor, H. M. .................... , .... Enfield, N. Y. N. Y. N. Y. N. Y. N. Y. N. Y. N. Y. N. Y. N. Y. Y. N. Y. N. Y. Y. Y. N. Y. Y. N. Y. N. Y. Y. "Y. N. C. N. C. N. C. N. C. N. C. N. C. N. C. N. C. N. C. N. C. N. C. N. C. N. C. N. C. N. C. N. C. N. C. N. C. N. C. N. C. N. C. N. C. N. C. N C. N. C. N. c. N. C. N. C. Thorne, Robert .... ........... L ittleton, N. C. Wilson, J. V., Jr.. . . ..... . ..... High Point, N. C. Wood, Lt. H. S. ..... .......... E lizabeth City, N. C. Yancey, W. E. ............. Route No. 4, Oxford, N. C. Young, Mrs. Cora Lee ...... Route 2, Greensboro, N. C. Bartlett, Dr. W. W., 226 Hamilton Ave., Westerville, Ohio Bollard, Arthur W.. .282 East 266th St., Cleveland, Ohio Davis, Charles R., Rugby Hall, 73 50 Euclid Ave., Cleveland, Ohio Dunlap, Clark ...... 10017 Lake Ave., Lakewood, Ohio Harris, A. G. ........... 40 Oxford Ave., Da ton, Ohio Jones, Chas. E. .......... 115 Dodge Ave., Akron, Ohio Mabie, Dr. H. S. .................... Litchfield, Ohio Owens, G. T.. . .Columbia Y. M. C. A., Cincinnati, Ohio Perkins, C. J. ....... 121 Cambridge Ave., Dayton, Ohio Sanford, G. R. ........ 1631 Elm St., Youngstown, Ohio Stoner, Henry .... R.F.D. No. 1, Box 11, Barberton, Ohio Wright, Comdr. C. Q. ...... Clough Pike, Newtown, Ohio McMillan, Mims ..... ............. B ristow, Okla. Booker, F. Clement, Booker Brothers, Inc., Wilkes-Barre, Pa. Buchinsky, Martin ...... 634 Edwards Ave., Pottsville, Pa. Dietrich, F. H., Jr. ................. Tunkhannock, Pa. Edge, W. W., Jr. ...... 140 E. Orange St., Lancaster, Ginder, Willard R., 120 East Walnut Lane, Germantown, Philadelphia, Goldman, Harry E. .... 5838 Alderson St., Pittsburgh, Hand, Benjamin Marvin, 5108 Wayne Ave., Philadelphia, Hirshowitz, A. A. .... 164 Carey Ave., Wilkes-Barre, Karnes, Ray M. ........... Bay City Forge Co., Erie, Koerner, O. S. P. ..... 403 W. Main St., Grove City, Leilich, Donald N. ...... 15 Newell Court, Bradford, Lytle, G. H., 1082 Shady Ave., East End, Pittsburgh, Myers, C. K. ............. 265 Cottage Place, York, Pankey, Rev. William Russell, Union Baptist Church, Pittsburgh, Pitts, F. D.. ...... 'Za Pennsylvania R. R., Columbus, Praegner, John G. .... 801 Rossmore Ave., Pittsburgh, Ross, Mrs. H. T. ..... 1286 Washington St., Indiana, Scott, Judson Robt. .... 124 Catawissa Ave., Sunbury, .927M Queen St., Pottstown, Spangler, W. D. ..... . Woolford, T. F., 5922 Oxford St., West Philadelphia, Byles, Everett B. ..... 42 Ferncrest Ave., Edgewood Cole, Albert F.. ,R . . . . . . . . . . .97 Main St., Pawtuxet, R. R Pa. Pa. Pa. Pa. Pa. Pa. Pa. Pa. Pa. Pa. Pa. Pa. Pa. Pa. Pa. Pa. Pa. . I. I. Cole, Edward E. .... 228 Warwick Ave., Edgewood, . I. Fales, George L Hospital Trust Bldg., Providence, R. I. Forrest, Dr. Erle D. .... 1865 Broad St., Edgewood, R. I. Plumb, C. C. ....... 150 Toronto Ave., Providence, R. I. Ankers, Blanche QMrs. Forest McCrawJ . . .GaEney, S. C. Daniel, Dr. R. N. Dean, Furman University, Greenville, S. C. Davis, Rev. Wirt L. ................. Darlington, S. C. Fraser, Donald ......... 145 Ivy St., Spartansburg, S. C. Huseky, K. O. ..... .............. Ca mpobello, S. C. Lupo, J. C. .... ................. D illon, S. C. f14oJ Va. REFERENCE ALUMNI Lupe, J. c., Jr. ......................... Dillon, s. c. Mann, Henry J., 'Xp Metropolitan Life Ins. Co., Charleston, S. C. Alexander, J. S., Jr. .......... . ....... Bradford Campbell, Rev. Hugh G. ............... Telford Charles, C. E. .............. 336 Park St., Erwin Drinkard, Taylor B.. .810 Fairmont Ave., Bristol: Tenn. Ford, Dr. W. H., Pastor, Broadway Ba tist Church Knoxville P , , Stone, E. F.. .1010 Holston Bank Bldg., Knoxville, Vann, Willis A. ................... Greenville, Tenn. , , Tenn. Tenn. Tenn. Tenn. Tenn. Wilson, Wm. A. ...... 'Mp W. O. P. I., Bristol, Tenn.-Va. Eberling, C. A., Jr. .... ...... A ttorney and Adjuster, 1813-15 Post Dispatch Bldg., Houston, Texas Rhodes, C. H. ..... 3108 Pershing Drive, EI Paso, Texas Baldwin, Don. .... 1046 Fifth Ave., Huntington, W. Va. Ballard, A. J. ........................ Welch, W. Va. Fleshman, Robert F.. . .200 Rogers St., Blueheld, W. Va. Johnson, Cecil. .W Armour and Co., Williamson, W. Va. Kellam, David C., , 1900 University Ave., Morgantown, W. Va. Mapes, Mrs. Nora ..... 2227 Eaif St., Wheeling, W. Va. Steele, J. I. ....... 217 Jones Ave., Morgantown, W. Va. Stephens, R. N., Jr. .......... l .... Charleston, W. Va. Stolze, Bertram L.. . .404 S. Penn St., Wheeling, W. Va. Witt, E. T. ............ . ....... . . .Northfolk, W. Va. Estes, Rev. J. R. ...................... Delavan, Wis. Abbitt, J. Morton. 1051 Cambridge Crescent, Norfolk, Va. Va. Va. Va. Va. Va. Va. Va. Va. Va. Va. Va. Va. Va. Va. Va. Va. Va. Va. Va. Va. Va. Va. Va. Va. Va. Abbitt, Matt W.. .1051 Cambridge Crescent, Norfolk, Abbitt, R. E. .......................... Victoria, Adair, R. W. ....................... Rich Creek, Allen, B. R. .... ....... M arshall, Ankers, R. E. ...................... Falls Church, Anthony, P. A. .............. L ......... Roanoke, Apperson, J. W.. .3422 Hawthorne Ave., Richmond, Ascue, Chas. W. ..................... Richlands, Barbour, W. B. ........ 319 Main St., South Boston, Berger, Dr. Howard S. .......... East Falls Church, Bew, J. C. ......................... White Stone, Billingsley, Joseph A. ..... King George Courthouse, Bloxom, A. B. ...................... Mappsville, Bode, Gene .......... 7 Rosemont Ave., Alexandria, Bottimore, Robert R. .......... 1 ......... Tazewell, Botts, George Winston, Jr. ............... Norton, Britts, Thurman ....... 605 Windsor Ave., Roanoke, Bunch, T. W. ............. 1051 A St., Portsmouth, Burkholder, Nelson Smith ................ Vinton, Burruss, Dr. J. A., President, V. P. I. .... Blacksbur , Bybee, Dr. Harry R.. . .1145 Hanover Ave., Norfolk, Cabell, C. P. .......................... Coeburn, Camden, Col. A. H. .......... 1 ......... Chatham, Campbell, D. P. ....................... Denbigh, Carneal, W. B. ........... 12 N. 9th St., Richmond, Carpenter, F. W. ................. Charlottesville, Charles, Winston, 1137 Hampton Ave., Newport News, Charlton, John R. .................... Lynchburg, Va. Va. Va. Va. Va. Chilton, R. H., Jr. ................... Heathsville, Christopher, O. H. ..... 307 W. 44th St., Richmond, Clark, Rev. Mercer ....................... Atlee, Clark, Dr. William J., President, Virginia Union University, Richmond, Va. LIST AND PATRONS Ooard, W. A. ......... ....... A ccomac, Coleman, W. E. ......... ......... M ineral, Connelly, Rev. R. W. .... .... C lifton Forge, Cooper, G. S. ........... ..... R ocky Mount, Cosby, Rev. Joseph H. .... ......... C rozet, Craft, Ryland G. ...... ...... G ate City, Crittenden, J. A. ..... ..... ...... C r ewe, Cummins, J. A. .................. Natural Bridge, Cuthreill, Rev. W. F., 218 Mt. Vernon Ave., Portsmouth, Davis, Dr. George. .................. Warrenton, DeCormis, Joseph L. ................... Accomac, Dietrick, F. H., Jr. ................. Turkhannock, Dillon, Charles L. .................... Rocky Mt., Dodd, W. S. .... 210 Union Trust Bldg., Petersbur , Dodd, Dr. W. R. .... Professional Bldg., Richmond, Dodson, Dr. A. I. .... 617 W. Grace St., Richmond, Dohrman, Henry C. ................. Kilmarnock, Donald, H. A. ....................... Lexington, Donnelly, C. A. .... 876 Locust Ave., Charlottesville, Dozier, J. N. ......................... Lee Hall, Draper, Linwood ..... 347 Highland Ave., Roanoke, Draper, William Bernard, 347 Highland Ave., Roanoke, Dudley, A. D.. . .1030 Jamestown Crescent, Norfolk, Dunton, Ammon ................... White Stone, Earley, N. B., Jr. ................... Dawsonville, Early, W. B. ........................ Wolftown, Earnest, Major Herbert L. .............. Fort Myer, Edmunds, Luther W. .... 613 Baldwin Pl., Norfolk, Eubank, Rev. C. L. ...................... Stanley, Faulconer, L. B. ...... ............. R hoadesville, Ferrell, Rev. G. W. .... .... P earisburg, Finch, Rev. A. M. ....... ........... J ava, Fitzgerald, Rev. W. B. ............... Montebello, Fletcher, Oscar Richard ................. Sanford, Fray, A. N. ...................... Advance Mills, Freeman, C. R. ...... 736 Webster Ave., Portsmouth, Gaines, President Francis P., Washington and Lee University, Lexington, Garrett, E. M. ........... ............ P ort Royal, Gemmill, Dr. T. L. .... 1411 Grove Ave., Richmond, Gilbert, Prof. Wm. E., State Teachers College, East Radford, Gillespie, Charles Glen ................. Tazewell, Godwin, Dr. F. W.. . .National Bank Bldg., Suffolk, Goodman, R. Stanley, People's National Bank, Charlottesville, Goodwin, T. W. .... CX, Rev. H. J. Goodwin, Suffolk, Graves, Dr. P. M. ..................... Cullpeper, Gravett, Dr. A. B. ...................... El erson, Gregory, Earl D. ..... ....... C hase City, Griffin, H. E. ...... .... R .F.D., Dillwyn, Hall, C. O. ........ ......... K eswick, Hanes, Blackwell ......... . ............ Dillwyn, Harlowe, Dr. Lewis ................ Clifton Forge, Harris, S. M. ........ R.F.D. No. 3, Charlottesville, Harrison, Rufus C. ................... Pocahontas, Hiden, Dr. Martin ........... Box 222, Warrenton, Hoffman, N. Boone ..................... Painter, Holland, Charles E. 2206 Parrish Ave., Newport News, Ho e, George ........................ Hopeton, Hubbard, Maury ........................ Forest, Humphrey, James T. .... ........ .... Ce d ar Bluff, Hurt, Dr. G. S. ........ 305 Boxley Bldg., Roanoke, f141J Va. Va. Va. Va. Va. Va. Va. Va Va. Va. Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va Va. Va Va. Va. Va. Va. Va. Va. Va. Va. Va. Va Va. Va Va. Va Va Va Va Va. Va Va: Va. Va. . . Stephens, A. F. ........................ Quinque, REFERENCE ALUMNI LIST AND PATRONS James, W. T. ...................... White Stone, Va Jones, Frank Mason. . .Route 2, Box 164, Richmond, Va Jones, L. M. ........................... Goshen, Va. Jones, W. R. ........................ Blackstone, Va Kerns, W. W., Jr. ..... ....... B loxom, Va. King, F. W., Jr. .... .... A lexandria, Va. Kinzer, S. B., Jr. .... ...... A lta Vista, Va. Klor, Dr. A. E. G.. . . .... Newport News, Va. Knight, James M. ..... ..... H alstead's Point, Va. Lafferty, William L. ..................... Crozet, Va Lay, Woodrow ........................ Coeburn, Va. Lee, G. L. T. ...... 601 Greenwood Road, Roanoke, Va. Leslie, Franklin ....................... Tazewell, Va Lum, William E. .... 15 N. Sycamore St., Petersburg, Va. Marks, T. D. .......................... Warsaw, Va. Marshall, W. B. .... W Dixie Canning Co. Roanoke Va. ,Steele Schaaf, Fred B., W Schaaf Brothers, 408 E. Grace St., Richmond, Scribner, Dr. W. E. .................. Earleysville, Shackleford, J. H. .................. Beverlyville, Sheets, Rev. Kenneth L. .................. Exmore, Simms, Dr. B. C. .... . Sheppard, Capt. James R., City Hall Annex, Richmond, Charlottesville, Smith, R. Nelson ................. .... Y orktown, Snead, Dr. George H.. .407 W. Grace St., Richmond, Snead, Dr. George H. ........ ...... .... D a nville, Snead, Harry L.. .... Union Trust Bldg., Petersburg, Snead, Dr. Henry M. ................. Petersburg, Speer, Clyde .......................... Ivanhoe, , Mrs. Bob ..................... Rich Creek, Martin, Gerald Lynwood .............. Harborton: Va. Stephens, George E. .... 414 Park St., Charlottesville, Va Matthews, E. M. ......................... Dante, McCormick, Charles Lucas ..... ....... H alifax, Va McGuire, R. E. ............ ..... C edar Bluff, Va. McLemore, Joyce .... ............ W ise, Va. Miller, Zeb P. .... ..... C harlottesville, Va. Mofiitt, H. S. .......... ...... T he Plains, Va. Moore, W. E., Jr. ..................... Onancock, Va Morris, Myric McK. ..,............ Potomac Mills, Va Morrisette, Dr. Hubert S., 312 Medical Arts Bldg., Norfolk, Va. Moulton, J. A. ....................... Scottsville, Va. Nachman, Herbert ..... Dauly Press, Newport News, Va. Nichols, A. B. .......................... Keller, Va Noffsinger, M. S.. . .607 Greenwood Road, Roanoke, Va Norwood, George ..................... Emporia, Va Nottingham, J. E., Jr. ................. Franktown, Va Nottingham, Roy Upsher ............... Cheriton, Va Omohundro, Tom .................... Goochland, Va Outland, G. C. ....... District Mgr., Mutual Life Ins. Co. of N. Y., 625 Seaboard Nat. Bank Bldg., Norfolk, Va. Ozlin, R. L. .................. Eanes Cross Roads, Va or Lurenburg Court House. Padgett, Rev. A. M. ...................... Saluda, Va Pannill, H. B. ..................... Martinsville, Va Paris, Lawrence ........ 803 Floyd Ave., Lynchburg, Va Parker, Rev. H. J. .................... Richmond, Va Parker, W. Haile ................ Mount Landing, Va Payne, Mrs. Bessie G., Fry's Springs Road, Charlottesville, Va Payne, Dr. John W.. . 1408 Lafayette Blvd., Norfolk, Va Payne, Dr. Wade .................... Haymarket, Va Peery, Robert C. .... ................ T azewell, Va Perkins, I. O. ...................... Cedar Bluff, Va Phillips, Joe, Vo Benson Phillips Coal Corp., Newport News, Va Phillips, J. C. ......... 1437 Custer St., Petersburg, Va Phipps, J. M. ............................ Fries, Va Pitts, John H. .......................... Saluda, Va Porter, Dr. Wm. B ............... Medical College, Richmond, Va Pulliam, John H. .... 4100 Dunstan Ave., Richmond, Va Putney, Dr. Wesley Reid ............... Farmville, Va Rayburn, Hansel ................... Hot Springs, Va Rice, L. H. ......................... Kilmarnock, Va Robinson, J. Hall .... 1720 Hanover Ave., Richmond, Va Rowe, Dr. Taylor P.. .3320 W. Broad St., Richmond, Va Rucker, J. A.. .1150 W. Washington St., Petersburg, Va Sanders William Lucius ............. White Stone , , Va. Saunders, J. Edwin. . .2604 Grove Ave., Richmond, Ave. Stephens, J. M. ................. ....... R oanoke, Stevens, Mrs. A. L.. . .7419 Hampton Blvd., Norfolk, Straus, Mrs. Allyn C., 2600 Monument Ave., Richmond, Stringfellow, Dr. J. Lawrence .............. Batna, Terrill, King ........ 326 Norfolk Ave., Lynchburg, Thomas, Frank B. ...................... Elliston, Tilman, P. Bland ...... 96 Tilman's, Charlottesville, Titmus, E. H., Jr., 1142 W. Washington St., Petersburg, Todd, J. A. ........................... Lebanon, Tompkins, J. Lucius ................... Hillsville, Toombes, Rev. T. N. ............... Burgess Store, Torrence, D. A., Jr., 204 Suffolk Ave., Colonial Heights, Petersburg, Trice, Dr. E. T. ........ 1701 Grove Ave., Richmond, Watson, Rev. W. B. .............. Hilton Village, Watts, Senator Louis .............. Charlottesville, Waugh, Goree A. .... . ..... . ........... Orange, Wells, John L. ..................... Union Level, Whitehurst, D. E. ...... 822 N. Park Ave., Norfolk, Whitescarver, Silas ....................... Salem, Wilkins, Don M.. . .John Marshall Hotel, Richmond, Wilkins, J. Albert.2906 West Ave., Newport News, Will, M. P. ......... 1904 W. Broad St., Richmond, Williams, Dr. Mortimer, Shenandoah Life Bldg., Roanoke Woodson, David B., i 'Mp Dr. J. B. Woodson, Tye River, Woodson, W. T. ....................... Fairfax, Worthington, F. H., Virginia State Board of Health, Richmond, Yeatman, R. C. ................. ..Nomini Grove, Yowell, T. O.. . . .Monticello Hotel, Charlottesville, Jacobs, J. E. .... New England Oil Burner Co., Barre Kidder, Frank E. ...... 18 Prospect Ave., Randolph, Adams, Dr. H. DeC., 3931 Legation St., Washington, D Allison, XVilliam Clark, . 1673 Park Road, Washington, D Brooks, Dr. J. Lester .............. Washington, D Bruce, Robert, 1516 Columbia Road, N.W., Washington, D Burgess, Roy. . .160 Twelfth St., S.E., Washington, D Cabell, Maior D. C., 3221 Cathedral Avenue, N.W., Washington, D f142J REFERENCE ALUMNI LIST AND PATRONS Clark, E. Gray ............ My O. S. Architects Otiice, Treasury Dept., Washington, D. C. Coe, Col. Henry C., Ender, Peter ................... Cristobal, Canal Zone Bryan, Robert T., jr.. . .Municipal Advocate, Shanghai Municipal Council, 6A Hongkong Rd., Shan hai, China Clifton Terrace, South, Cormany, joseph L., Washington C- Yeung, Dr. A. Fong ....... China Baptist Puilication Society, P. O. Box 1586, Shanghai, China G R 11110 Spring Plafes N-W- Washington, C- Yeung, Yeun Hei ....... Baptist Mission, Canton, China Hman' ev' 3,23 'tlmon St N W Washin ton C Cabrera, Manuel E..julio Sangly No. 11, Camaguey, Cuba Giles T W Ji, " ' " g ' ' Godoy, jose ........ Apartado No. 401, Santiago, Cuba ' ' " E276 Neal St NW Washington C Lopez, Manuel ................ Valiano, Havana, Cuba ' ., . ., , . M . . Guggfnlgilglggbggecticut Ave N W Xwashin ton C aym1r,CIalcit?ll1 No. 145 Esq. a K Vedado, Havana, Cuba Hall Edwin M' Jr. " ' ' g ' ' Miranda, R.. . 361 Calle 17, Vedado, Havana, Cuba 1455 Harvard sr., N.W., Washington, C. Pom' Ffanflsfo luhan' . . Hickox B P 902 C St N E Washin ton C 7a y 20, Reparto Miramar, Marianao, Havana, Cuba Hug ,llauhmg "" " ' " g ' ' Rosillo, M. ............ Club San Carlos, Santiago, Cuba 235 Willova Ava, Takoma Park Washington, C' Valiente, J. W. .,.................... Santiago, Cuba Johnson, O. B., jr., 3019 Eye St., N.W. Lewis, Mrs. Rose A., 4543 Klingle Street, N.W. 9 Washington, Washington s Valls, Ramon ................ Box 190, Santiago, Cuba C- Riggs, C. O.. . .Puerto Armuelles, Republique de Panama Bravo, Redolfo ................... Arecibo, Porto Rico C. Caballero, Dr. M. B. .....,....... San Juan, Porto Rico Mclntyre, L. K., Cordero, Heraclio .......... CX: Capt. Virgil Cordero, 3106 Thirty-fourth St., Washington, C. University of Porto Rico, Rio Piedras, Porto Rico McIntyre, M. H. ...... White House, Washington, C. Fernandez, Ricardo. . .Munoz Rivera, juncos, Skinker, Cleveland ..... 1719 Eye St., Washington, C. Firpi, M. A., jr. ................. Arecibo, Tabler, Otis F. ....... 117 Oxford St., Washington, C. julia, Dr. M. ........... , ...... Haro Rey, Wilkins, Chester Arthur, Llavat, Dr. Francisco, Mayflower Hotel, Washington, C. Calle McKinley No. 52, Mayaguez, Winn, Ray fMrs. G. V. Runklel, 1843 Mintwood Place, N.W., Aragoneses, Manuel, Washington Lopez, Mrs. A. Duprey de, C. 3V2 Roosevelt St., Miramar, Santurce, Porto Rico Puerto Rico Puerto Rico Puerto Rico Puerto Rico Wallis, Alberto, The La Guaira Harbour Corporation Biblioteca 48, Buenos Aires, Republic of Argentina Sowell, Ben. ..... Guevara 575, Buenos Aires, Argentina Belfort, Edmunds ................. ...... B abia, Brazil Rountree, james Young, Ck Apex Oillields, Lts., La Guaira, Venezuela, S. A. Fyzabad, Trinidad, British West Indies ' Please Note: Some of the above addresses may have been changed, and we will be glad to receive the correct addresses PRINTING PRESS ROOM Operated by F. U. M. A. Cadets f143l FORK UNION MILITARY ACADEMY A MOTHER SEARCHES FOR A SCHOOL CScribner's Magazine J This letter came to a beadmaster from the mother of a boy of prep-school age. "I have studied your catalogue very carefully and I am impressed," she wrote. "Your school has handsome buildings, a tremendous gymnasium, and a very fine location. "Your course of study is complete and your teaching staff very large. Your students seem to be from excellent homes, your graduates have been singularly successful. And the expenses are satisfactory-But still I ask: What can your school do for my child? "Pm sure you'll give him a good academic education. I know you'll help him develop physically. I think you'll add to his social poise. "All this is line. I think it's great that you'll help him become a good swimmer, a sharp student, a poised conversationalist. But-this is not enough . . . not nearly enough. "I want to know what you'll do to his character. I want to know how you'll help him lit into the complex world of today. "It is not enough that he be mentally and physically above average. It is not good enough that he will be able to make a good living. It is not enough, even, that he will be satisfied with himself and with his life. I want for him a broader outlook than that. I want him to feel his responsibility to his fellows and I want him to do something about it. "Yes, I want him to have the old-fashioned virtues-those .basic concepts that have so many newfangled names, but remain always the same, under- standing, consideration for others, faith . . . "I don't care whether you teach him these lessons from the New Testament, from the latest books-or both. I donit care whether you can name them by names of one syllable or three. But I want to be sure you have them in your impressive curriculum. "I've spent twelve years trying to plant the seeds that will make this boy a useful and happy human being. Now Pm asking you to help me on the job. It's a difIicult job and a dangerous one. Can you help me? "Pm inclined to believe you can." This mother is exactly right. She is seeking the right thing and Fork Union stands for just what this mother desires for her boy. To meet the needs of such a boy as set forth in the above letter is the aim and ambition of Fork Union Military Academy. We would not be satisfied with anything less or any substitutes. The World challenges youth as never before and the opportunities for the right sort of men are multiplying more than at any other period in the World's history. Personally, I never stand before the students of F. U. M. A. without a feeling that this opportunity and hour may change a nation. 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ROWLAND I 1024 RACE STREET PHILADELPHIA Uniformer of Fork Union Military Academy G L U I Nl CHARLOTTESVILLE WOOLEN MILLS Charlottesville, Va. Manufacturers of HIGH-GRADE UNIFORM CLOTHS In Sky and Dark Blue Shades For Army, Navy and Other Uniform Purposes And the Largest Assortment and Best Quality C A D E T G R A Y S Including those used at the United States Military Academy at West Point and Other Leading Military Schools of the Country Prescribed and Used by the Cadets of FORK UNION MILITARY ACADEMY HANOVER AGAIN WINS . . THE ACADEMIE AWARD OF MORE ORDERS! More Military Academies now use HANOVER Regulation Military Shirts-than any other brand! PERFORMANCE COUNTS! HANUVER UNIFORM CGMPANY - BALTlMORE, MARYLAND - m 'n 4' '4 in ' ,- 5 :.1'. 1 . ', F X . .FQ .Q X 4 V A A I ' Q 1-,f":p 5, 1' - 1 4 . l "' w 351 . - , ' ,, A . ,J Q M q- ' A , 1 . ' nu N - 'ah' I. 1 - .,- 1 w? h Ldqbw jfs- ! -45 ' I 3 I ,T '-"' A ,',---1. - . " " 144-:L sw L v- - ' H f , , LH,-ea. 1:- ihv D 'QW . 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COMPLETE LINE OE BUILDING MATERIALS AND MILLWORK Authorities on Nutrition recommend a quart of Milk a day or its equivalent in dairy products. such as Delicious "Monticello" Ice Cream AND "Monticello" Brand Butter MONTICELLO DAIRY, INC. c:HARLoTTEsv1LLE, VA. Cinder Block Company Richmond, Virginia Mnnmxfaclurcrs of CINDER BLOCKS. PRECAST JOXSTS PRECAST SLABS. PRECAST LINTELS PRECAST SPECIALS Locatcd on North Bouicvarai BACK of 1xiCU plank POSI Ofiicc Box 5027 Tclcphunc 4-251 I L1.11'nclI Burgcsx. 'If Thru Juncn, lfdmund A. Smith. Sales M.1n.1gcr Iingim-ci' Academy Pressing Shop "On the Campus" G. R. Edgerton, Prop. RATES: 325.00 Hat charge for session Authorized Cleaning Equipment Deodorizer and Steam Presses Fork Union Steam Laundry "Just off the Campus" R. K. Drumwright, Prop. Satisfactory Service rendered to cadets of FORK UNION MILITARY ACADEMY "We Aim to Please" RATES: 825.00 fiat charge for session 1 ' FROM A FRIEND A L C O B R A N D 1 A PROM A FRIEND PERFECT'FOOD IN L it-eeeeeeeiv N -NNA tee it PACKAGES A. C. Horn Company Established 1897 Manufavizzrcrs of Materials for Building Albemarle , Co., Inc. Mairilcffiance and Consfruclion Dlustrllbutors I 43-36 Tenth Street Charlottesville, Virginia LQNG ISLAND CITY NEW YQRK ACADEMY STUDENT SHOP E. B. W E A V E R C. G. Thomas, Prop. Ice Cream Candies General M9fChGndiS9 Student Supplies DRUGS SUNDRIES Located in the SOCIAL CENTER BUILDING SCHOOL SUPPLIES School Jewelry, Pennants, Souvenirs Soda Fountain Sandwiches FORK UNION VIRGINIA WOLFSON TRADING CO. Manufacturers of MILITARY UNIFORMS and EQUIPMENT 684 Broadway New York DAVENPORT INSURANCE CORPORATION Managers and Brokers 1113 East Main St. Richmond, Va Best Wishes fro 111 Barker-Jennings Hardware Corporation LYNCHBURG, VA. Wholesale only TI'IOMSON'S PURE PORK SAUSAGE-The kind your mother made. Deliciously flavored, made from the choice parts of the hog, hams included. Costs a little more but it's worth twice the difference. Inspected by State Veterinarian. If your dealer does not handle it, write us. Cifax Packing Company GOODES, VIRGINIA BROWN PRINT SHOP, INC. 1313 E. Franklin Street RICHMOND VIRGINIA Priufers Elzgravcrs - Stationers Filing Cabiucfs ana' Sysfcfnzs Everything for the Office Complimenfs of E. F. MASSIE A. l Compliments T. Massey Coal Co., Inc. Q Main Office RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Q Branch Ofices CINCINNATI, OHIO CHICAGO, ILLINOIS JOHN G. KOLBE Kitchen Equipment For Hotels Hospitals Institutions Cafeterias Tea Rooms Restaurants China Glass Silver Ware Chairs Tables Dish Washers Sinks Refrigerators Stoves QGas, Electric, Coall Ovens, Etc. 309-A EAST MAIN STREET Dial 3-7812 RICHMOND, VA. CRAINE KOROK The only silo chosen for the New York World's Fair has also been chosen for Fork Union Military Academy I ll giigii e 3-igiiiiql 1 EE El :li.,5f' E I 3 5 ?llw.s1va,. .1 KT... CRAINE, INC. Westvaco Quality Coals Industrial - Domestic - By-Product Ceramic - Gas Low Volatile - Medium Volatile High Volatile From mines on three great railroads C. '85 O. - Virginian - N. '55 W. Our Motto for 30 Years: Quizlity-Satisfaction-Service The West Virginia Coal Co., Inc. "Headquarters for best coals" General Offices: Electric Bldg., Richmond, Va. Norwich, N. Y. Phone: Dial 3-2818 National Bank and Trust Co. at Charlottesville, Virginia Branches: Scottsville-Fork Union Member Federal Deposit Insurance PURITAN CHEMICAL CO. Manufactztrers ATLANTA, GA. Compliments of INDUSTRIAL SUPPLY . CORPORATION Corporation MILL SUPPLIES AND lN1ACl'llNERY 1434 E. Main Street Richmond, Va. KINGAN '35 COMPANY Pork and Beef Packers RICHMOND VIRGINIA Is ww IW RACKERS gift A. i 4 Carers A Reliable Brand L E WILE BISCUIT co Hams OOS ' S ' s'jA"" Breakfast Bacon Bakers of Szmsbine Biscuits "KTA F 'V Pure ard. resh Meats of all kinds Butter, Eggs and Cheese W. Morton Northen 'ES Co., Inc. FLOOR COVERINGS Richmond, Va. This company tiled the floors of F. U. M. A. Chapel, Social Center Building and the Lower School Dormitory We commend them. A , f it I..,fSIi" NATURAL BRIDGE OEVA. 125552525 . 5 NY- 3E5E?E5E935E?i5f5i3f il 4f'if5i?f5i1Q'f2"f i'i'4 fiiiiiifui'A'Q'fi,'"Q'fi'EEEQEZQQEQEEEEEEQQQEEE 525222: lf , Q, COTTAGES 5 00 'S " D L1 R """ OU 9 201715 aperperson , 50 g g gg. HOTEL -1 .md up E Harris-Brenaman, Inc. 102 N. Sixth Street Richmond, Va. Athletic Outfitters Agents for A. G. SPALDING 8 BROS. P. GOLDSMITH SONS MATACIA FRUIT COMPANY Charlottesville, Virginia Fancy Fruits and Vegetables Compliments of The S. E. Massengill Co. Manufacturing Pharmacists Compliments of Bullington Paint Co., Inc. Subsidiary of Bristol Tennessee-Virginia John W' Masury Son Branches: Fourth and Broad Sts., Richmond, Va. New York San Francisco Kansas City Phone 349066 Northern Neck Mutual Fire Association Irvington, Virginia Organized 1896 ADEQUATE RESERVE plusi USE SE - FLY - GO Kills Flies, Mosquitoes, Ants, Roaches 1-It Your Gt'ocer's or Druggisfs Made By CONSERVATIVE MANAGEMENT is THE SELIG COMPANY YOUR GUARANTEE OF THE BEST Atlanta SERVICE AT THE LEAST COST "In Your Service Since 1896" Blalock Fruit 8 Produce Co. Wholesale Fancy Fruit and Produce Jarman's, Incorporated Stationers 1320-1322 East Qaflfstfeet PRINTERS-OFFICE OUTFITTERS RlCh1TlOI1d, Vlfglnla GIFTS Ria' 31979 I 208-10 East Main sneer Delwffy Sefvfcf Charlottesville virginia Equipment fOr IAMES M. HOLLADAY WILLIAM E. HOLLADAY Kitchens and Dining Rooms Phone 81 Phone 107 For Hotels and Institutions Ezekiel 8 Weilman Co., Inc. HOLLADAY BROTHERS Richmond, Virginia 'T Contractors CAPITOL HOTEL 8th and Grace Streets RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Invites your patronage because It is centrally located. It is fireproof. Its rates are reasonable. Its beds are comfortable and Its food is good. Dealers in Building Material Gasolina and Motor Oil GORDONSVILLE, VIRGINIA Oflicc Phone 79 Compliments of H. B. TANNER Representing S. GUMPERT CO., Inc. Ozone Park, N. Y. FROM A FRIEND Builders' and General Hardware Lawn Mowers--Rubber Hose Lowe Bros. Paints Tom Jones Hardware Co., Inc. 1515 W. Broad Street l RICHMOND. VIRGINIA Get your mattresses, brooms, baskets and have your chairs reseated at the l Virginia Workshop for the Blind l 102 Monticello Road p Charlottesville Virginia i Phone 498 , FEDERATED HARDWARE MUTUALS INSURANCE non-assessable i Fire 'CG Auto Insurance l SAVINGS UP TO 4076 P. M. SMITH, JR. Representative 119 N. sth sf. Richmond. va. I We are Athletic Outfitters to Fork Union Military Academy and Hundreds of Other Schools, Colleges and Clubs. Southern Athletic Supply Co. 106 N. Seventh Street, Richmond, Va. Compliments of Universal Refining Products Co., Inc. New York. N. Y. FROM A FRIEND Compliments of CHARLOTTESVILLE STONE CORPORATION Producers of Crushed Stone Charlottesville. Virginia A Village Hotel With All Modern City Comforts Special Rates for Prolonged Stays A Welcome Awaits You WILLIAM FRANK HOTEL I. C. SNEAD, Manager Fork Union, Virginia PIPER ROOFING COMPANY Richmond, Virginia Roofing Contractors MRS. IDA Z. WALKER Barber and Tailor Shop Masonic Hall Building for 35 years Haircuts Alterations Cast Stone Trim in our CHAPEL SOCIAL CENTER BUILDING LOWER SCHOOL DORMITORY AND NEW SCIENCE HALL Furnished By Economy Cast Stone Company RICHMOND, VIRGINIA Compliments of Shenandoah Tailoring Co. UNIFORM MANUFACTURERS MOUNT SYDNEY, VA. BILL DICK'S PLACE At Entrance to F. U. M. A. FORK UNION. VA. Cadets' Rendezvous ICE CREAM-CANDY General Merchandise H. M. BRANSFORD FEED-COAL Sunny South Grocer Stores at FORK UNION, VIRGINIA and COHASSET, VIRGINIA CLASS RINGS SEAL JEWELRY Medals and Trophies Diplomas and Invitations WALTER B. ANDERSON L. G. Balfour Products BROAD GRACE ARCADE Richmond, Virginia Compliments of THE GLIDDEN PAINT CO. 109 East Grace Street Richmond, Va. HOME OF TIME TESTED PAINTS The Baughman Stationery Co. Harris, Flippen Q5 Company Printers, Manufacturing Stationers SPORTING GOODS 900-918 West Marshall Street Richmond, Virginia 715 E. Main Street, Richmond, Va. COMPLIMENTS OF A FRIEND 1941 printed and bound by the Garamond Press in Baltimore Wg, Z 337 H ' inf k u O U A WM. T,,e.M x 23f2lQ awe' Www VLMQW MK' , . 1, f w A A . Lwpfsh MIX? Pm, I ML C315-.tj .4725 " 75944-"'KZY4. W Q ff ' V 1 ,- Nj if ,A,,,,, ., M.-1-W. i QV' ' MJ aff rf .. V f he 'zf V- f. 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