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

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FORK U IO MILITARY ACADEMY Il5lXl7Il71X'X Fork Umon, Vlrgmna YQ A I - 7 1. , rufxlml 'fx' Ilv, X'rrg1f11.lYt..tf Y 1 AU' ffzlfl r wr 'IRM ,IU V ,g H ffm lfff.m1M1Jn.nz1fz - ' ' 5 fl-!'Nf Qfx.-N41 S' fwfvfx H 'fw Ify 3,1 Xkqrf - ' . i luffx, ,I Xfwllluf Y.'ff,:"-'f',fU V1 , . , . " - VNV, gf ,mii Sf M:1Z'.s'1 8' PM f'x.v':frfJ fflx :rw San, 'fr X W3 11. , ' Mr ,fy S nfvvry S, ,V - ' . K It you cm keep your hewd when 1Il 1bout you 1 re losmg thexrs md blimmg nt on you If y u eln trust yourself yy hen zll men doubt you ut mlke llloyy mee fox their doubtlng., too ll y u em yy ut 1nd not be tlred by Wutms, O1 bems, hed lbout, don t de1l III hes, Or belng hlted don t 3,1ye yy my to hsntmg, And yet don t look too good, nor talk too XVIQL It you eln dre1m md not mlke drelms your muster If you cm thunk md not mlke thoughts your um If you em meet wnth Iqrxumph Ind Dlslster And trelt those two lmposters just the slme, It you cm belr to hear the truth you ye spoken Tyvlsted by kniy es to m1ke 1 trip for fools And stoop 1nd bu1ld em up Wlfh worn out tools If you eln mlke one help of 111 your wmnmgs And rnsk lt on one turn of pltch 'md toss, And lose, ind st1rt igfun 1t your begmmngs And never brefathe 1 word fnbout your loss, It you cm force your hurt 'md nerve 1nd smeyy To serye your turn long lfter they 1re gone And so hold on when there IS nothmg m you I xcept the XX lll yy hlch slys to them Hold on It you Cin t1lk wlth Croyy ds ind keep your y nrtue Or wllk Wlth Kll1gb nor lose the Common touch If nelther foes nor lovmg frlends Cm hurt you, If 111 men Count wlrh you, but none too mueh If you eln hll the Lll1f0I'5,lXll'l2,I'DlI'lL1fL XX nth snxty seeonds yyoxth of dnstlnee run 'H ouxs us the Eflffll md ey ery thlng thlt s lI1 lf Ant yyhlch IS more you ll be 1 Nlfzn my son Rudy nd Knphng 1,0 -L y 1, p , , , L 1. a "o 'Q 'Q A ' ' 1' 1 j, 1' 1 y y' v 1 rf v ' , . 1 K K K . l V 'A 5. , . 3 1, 1 7 . - y n Y . 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".-fe ff- -E 4 f"L-y' A-27" WHY- '- ' - -.7 - 4. wr 'uf COL JAMES CALDWELL WICKER DD PRESIDENT FORK UNION NIILITARY ACADENIY A LETTER FROM THE PRESIDENT OME YEARS AGO a poet sa1d And there are those who sfunzbled up to manhood where they saw too late the road they should have taken long ago Thns letter IS wrntten to those boys and to parents of boys who want no stumbllng up to manhood It IS wrntten to those who bel1eve that r1ght trammg IS v1tal to successful l1v1ng It IS wrxtten to the Toms and Jacks the Bxllys and jxms and to thelr mothers and dads who recognnze the prlceless value of soundest preparatlon for the challenge of llfe Thxs school lS a non proflt nnstltutxon and as such has only one reason for ex1stence That one reason IS to answer the need for the rlght k1nd of tra1n1ng we call the rlght k1nd of trammg CHRISTIAN EDUCATION One may well ask What IS Chr1st1an Educatlon not to a generatlon, or a country or a group but to me? What does Chrxstlan Educatlon at Fork Umon M1l1tary Academy mean to the 1nd1v1dual to the one boy? It means a coordxnated twenty four hour a day program to help the mdxvxdual boy grow physlcally mentally and splrntually lnto useful happy c1t1zensh1p accord1ng to the applned concepts of practncal Chr1st1an1ty It should be stated here that whlle the Academy IS owned by the Bapt1sts of V1rg1n1a substantlal representat1ons of many rellgxous de nommatnons are present nn the Cadet Corps Let us look further 1nto our SPCCIHC definltlon of Chrlstxan Edu canon By helplng physxcal growth we mean the furnlshmg of comfortable well llghted warm fireproof lnvmg quarters 1 scnentnfically planned and abundant dnet a regulated dally schedule dally bodv buxldmg exercnse voluntary part1c1pat1on ln all types of competmve sports w1th superb equlpment fac1l1t1es and dxrectlon for those sports By helpmg mental growth we mean an academxc program based on numerlcally small classes a faculty Carefully selected for professlonal ab1l1ty character personallty and purpose weekly checks on mdnvndual scholastnc standlngs and a semx tutorxal system that provldes addltlonal nndxvldual mstructlon to those cadets whose progress may be slower ln some classes ls A A ' C! , T 1 il . ee - as - - ' . . 1 1 . ' a J . . . . U . . . . ,, . 9 . N . . . . . 3 3 9 1 ' . .. . . . ,, , . y - .. - - 9 5 1 9 9 , - . a ' 1 s af s a ,' 9 a , . 1 4 , t 1 9 9 , - THE CIRCLE By aid to spiritual growth, we mean the lessons put before each cadet in the daily Chapel meetings, such lessons not being so much con- cerned with theological theories as with the practical applications of Christianity to one's daily lifeg the experience of group participation and individual responsibility toward a common endeavor found within the working framework of the military department, and the sincere counsel- ing and friendship of those earnest gentlemen who comprise our faculty. As you continue through this book, you will see pictures of the facilities I have spoken of, and you will find some description of the above-mentioned activities. However, printed words at best cannot portray a true picture. NVQ are always happy to have our friends visit Fork Union, for if one is to more fully appreciate and understand, one must see and feel the spirit that makes our school what it is today. J. CAI.DXX'EI,I. XY'1c1kIiR l 6 J Vx if sm., x IRIFXDSHIP BFGIXS L7 WILLIAM E HATCI-IER LL D A Lozrr 0 B035 And A Grml Lmder 0 M071 I8 Founder of Fork Union Mililary Acadfuzj 1 f 1 f FORK UNION MILITARY ACADEMY A MOTHER SEARCHES FOR A SCHOOL Tbzs Iette1 came to a beadmaster rom the mother o a bog o prep school age "I have studied your catalogue very carefully and I am impressed, sh wrote "Your school has handsome buildings, a tremendous gymnasium, a d 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 youll help him develop physically I think youll add to his social poise 'All this is fine I think lt,S great that you ll help him become a good swimmer, a sharp student, a poised conversatnonalist But this is not enough not nearly enough I want to know what you ll do to his charact I want to know ho youll help hun it into the complex world of today "It is not enough that he be mentally and physically above average I even, that he will be satisfied with himself and with his life I want for hun a broader outlook than that I want hun to feel his responsxbxllty to his fellows and I want him to do something about it "Yes, I want him to have the old fashioned virtues those basic concept that have so many newfangled names, but remain always the same, under standing, consideration for others, faith "I don't care whether you teach hun these lessons from the New Testamen , from the latest books-or both I don't 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 thi boy a useful and happy human being Now I m asking you to help me with the job It's a diilicult job and a dangerous one Can you help me' " 'm inclined to believe you ca This mother is exactly right She IS seeking the right thing and Fork Union stands for just what this mother desires for her boy T meet the needs of such a boy as set forth in the above letter is the aim and ambitlon of Fork Umon Military Academy I9 ' - f- ' f ' f - . 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' ' ' n." . . . . . 0 THE ACADEMY FROM THE AIR SCHOOL PLANT BLILDINGS AND EQUIPMENT HE ACADEMY BUILDINGS are of br1ck, cement, and fire res1stant construcuon The type of archntecture IS Enghsh battle ment Gothrc modlfied to su1t present day colleg1ate bunldmgs All bu1ld1ngs are supphed wlrh hot Water and heated w1th steam from 1 central heatlng plant Sxrfxo HALL Thxs bulldmg IS a three story structure named 1n honor of Capt Charles G Snead the first VICE Presxdent of our Board of Trustees It was erected xn 1923 and 1S of brlck and cement, a fire reslstant toxlets Each room has hot and cold runnmg water Snead Hall also has quarters for lnstructors 1n each un1t All rooms are outsnde rooms thereby lnsurmg, proper hghtmg and xentxlatlon N11 XIORIAI H XII Th1s Dlllldlflg was erected m 1941 and IS the last word 1n modern dormntorv constructlon It IS absolutely fireproof wxth hot and cold unmng vsater IH every room, and showers and tollets on each floor Instructors are quartered on each floor m th1s dormltory - , . 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K . 7 E .Y . 1 . f . . r Q I V Q Y 1 L I HATCHER HALL Hatcher Hall the admmlstratnon bulldmg IS the central structure of the group Occupymg as rt does 1 commandlng pos1t1on on the campus 1tS d1gn1ty of structure and qulet s1mpl1c1ty of desxgn IS 1 Httlng monument to the beloved founder Dr Wllllam E Hatcher It contams the commerclal department class rooms wlth table arm chaxrs adm1n1strat1ve offices and mess hall The latter IS large well hghted and Xenulated and llke the kxtchen IS beautnfully txled throughout JOHN J WICKER CHAPEL Thns IS as xt should be the most beautlful buxldmg on the campus wlth a seat1ng capaclty of 700 It was bu1lt by a real artlst and school authormes were so pleased wlth the skxll of the workman that a bronze tablet was placed nn the tower readmg as follows To Felnx de Pan1c1s who lald every br1ck and stone m thls buxldmg and put character m hxs work The beautxful memorxal stamed glass cathedral wmdows are an msplratxon to all The Tltmus Tower was the gxft of Mr E H Tltmus of Peters burg Va m memory of h1s father and mother Rlchard C Tltmus and Harnet E. 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' FORK UNION MILITARY ACADEMY TI-IE MARION CURL THOMAS GYMNASIUM Th1s magmficent structure was begun durmg the sesslon of 1946 47 Completed at a cost of S300 000 00, It IS 160 feet long and 86 feet wnde On the first floor are two basketball courts wlth bleachers whIch together wlth the balcony, w1ll seat 1000 spectators Also on the same floor IS a large stage wlth every modern lnghtmg and stage equxpment The stage dressmg rooms and motxon plcture projecting booth are lo cated on the balcony floor At the entrance on the first floor, adjonmng the lobby, are trophy, lounge, and office rooms The basement floor 1S equlpped wIth a large locker room, varslty and jumor vars1ty dress1ng rooms, v1s1tors dressmg room, three shower rooms, separate wrestl1ng, boxmg, table tenms, hand ball, equlpment rooms, and a splendld drymg equxpment system These, w1th many other features, combme to make It one of the largest and best equlpped gymnaslums to be found on any academy THE ALUMNI GYMNASIUM Th1s structure IS a modern gymnas1um In every partlcular, room for basketball, lockers, shower baths, game rooms, athletlc equxpment, etc It IS constructed of brlck and concrete Recent renovat1on and altera t1ons have transformed th1s buxldnng Into a vlrrually new facIl1ty This gymnasium IS used exclusively by the Iumor School SWIMMING POOL Through the generoslty of two of our trustees, Mr M C Thomas and the late Mr B F Dlckerson of Charlotteswlle, V1rg1n1a, our cadets enjoy an Inslde all season swlmmmg pool Th1S pool IS connected wlth the east sIde of the gymnaslum, and IS equlpped wxth the latest and most complete water PUl'1flC3t10I'l system obtamable Here boys can learn how to sw1m under proper and safe supervlslon , I . . . i 1 campus in the entire country. 0 2 V ,xv '-'W zz" A , . ,Q.., , ., 1 wg, M. a. . 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MAJOR Hmvm A Rfxxsoxl JR C0111111a11da11f lunzor Svbool MUOR IRNING A I-Iowru Treasurer I91 F0 ' 1' 1' . . ' 1 It -QBIY . H- 7 -, j.- .. .1,.., ..,.. 7. I C Uk. ' i, . ., . . 1.,.', J ,' 1. L 1 1 , . . P ' I- 4 I . ' . 1i"', .. I ,yi . K. . J ' . X, . .,1'. . I , j 1. I 1. 1 . . .. . , . . l'1'rf'xx1'11f1 'f' Q . "'1 H' f I .5 , .f 1. . 1 ,Q ., . . ' ,, 1 '- r v 1 K. . . 1., . ., . . ..' , . ,. ., , , 'V J. 1A ll 1 . , . .,1 . . W . .. 'f , Y J. .L 1 . . 1, . . 1 L 1 " . 1' .'i, . Y 1 .t 1 . Z . COL JAMES CALDWELL WICKER Preszdenl B A Umverszty of Rnchmond Th B Southern Theologncal Scmmary DD Um Mxllngan College Tenn Pastor FIFSI Baptlst Church Elnzabeth Cty N C Pastor Northsnde Baptnst Church Rlchmond Xa Chaplam L S Navy World War II Presndent Fork Umon Mnhtary Academy 1945 I-201 . ., g . ., ' 1 ' g . ., '- versity of Richmondg U. S. Naval Aviator, World W'ar Ig Director of Athletics, ' ' , -Q , ' , - 1 , - .9 V ' ' ' V . ' Y 9 A 1 1 -w 1 - - 1 DR Ionx Iokuax XX icmik P11s11lf11f 1111111111: turer World Traxeler President Fork Lnion Military Academy 1950 1945 Presi dent Emeritus Fork Union Military Academy 1945 121 , . 'V . , . , .' , I , .' Th.G., Richmond Collegcg D.D., Southern Theological Seminaryq Evangelist, Lec- vv . . ' , , Y ' A ' ' , - Q '- 'R gfwu COL NATHANIEL JAMES PFRKINS Hvaduzasfvr Ivzzerzfzzs B A , Demson Unn erslty, P1 Gamma Xiu, Instructor, Fork Unlon Mxlltary Academy 1916 1917, Actmg Presxdent, Fork Umon Ninlntary Academy, 1917 1918, Pres: dent, Fork Umon Mllltary Academs, 1918 1930, Headmaster, Fork Umon M111 tary Academy, 1930 1948, Headmastcr Fmerntus, Iork L'n1on 'Nixlxtary Academx 1948 1221 " ' ' ' 42,L:L'y,' --7 .1 . 7,51- V , , f "',xk ' u A 'wa2"Zff?, a ' r A Ee T3-Q54 - A V , f , fp ,.wQf,:-. ,V ri. , b . 5 Q' ar- I M , K 4f':5,,' 1 ' ' 1 r A , 'f fg , 4 . 1 f- ' 1 1 A ' I E M . llf COL FRANK A CROQKETT Commandanl and Regzsfrar 1934 Assistant Commandant 1934 1935 Commandant 1935 Commandant and Registrar 1942 1231 A.B., Virginia Military Instituteg Instructor, Fork Union Military Academy 1931- COL HARRY M WALDRON Headmaster BA Umversxty of Richmond MA Umversrty of Vrrgmxa Graduate work Harvard Umversrty Instructor Fork Umon Mnlxtary Academy 1934 Headmaster jumor School Fork Umon Mllxtary Academy Actmg Headmaster Fork Umon Mrlntary Academy 1948 1949 Headmaster Fork Umon M1lntary Academy 1949 I24 - -1 . Q - 'y l S X 1 I , 2 , 1 9 - y - J 'VIAIOR PALLM FLETQHER U S Alun P M S 5 T Adi mud Course. Lomnund and C Lmril Staff C ollggn Stlff ind Qommlnd C oursi L25 1 5 ' . ' , . . . ' . . . ff . BS.. Virginia Polytechnic Institutc. Gr.1du.1tc, The Infantry School, Infantry Oihccr MA IOR QHARLES GRAHAN1 THOMAS JR Aflalzfu Dmz for Stltute Head of Science Department Fork Union Military Academy 1930 1935 Athletic Director Fork Union Military Academy 1930 1261 x A A A , I ' . E I , ' BS., Virginia Polytechnic Instituteg Post-Graduate Work, Virginia Polytechnic In- MAJOR J R WILDMAN Asszsfant I-Ieadmasier Service U S Army 1918 1919 Instructor Fork Union Military Academy 1919 1925 Head of English Department 1940 Assistant to the Headmaster 1944 IZ7 A.B., University of North Carolinag M.A., University of Virginiag Phi Delta Kappag MAJOR LEE PEQK WHITCOMB Asszsfanf Com nzandant AB Bnrmmgham Southern M A Mexnco Cxty College U S Marme Corps L28 'VIAJOR ROBERT H WINN Hcfaclnzaxfn, Imuor 5413001 BS Lmxersntx of Xlfglnld L S Armx l9l . . YY N,. . .A u L . ,.v .v .,. , r .., 1 t , .. 1. 2 MAJOR HARVEY A RANSONE, JR Commandant Iumor School Military Academy 1940 1944 Captain A US 1944 Assistant Commandant Fork Union Military Academy 1944 1945 Commandant Junior School Fork Umon Military Academy 1946 L30 i I l ., ,.... . , I Commissioned 2nd Lt., O.R.C., U.S.A., 19375 Assistant P. M. S. 8: T., Fork Union MAJOR IRVING A HOWELL Treasurer Mars H111 College Rnchmond Busmess College Bookkeeper Fork Umon Mxlntary Academy 1935 1940 Treasurer Fork Umon Mxlntary Academy 1940 1942 U S Army Amr Force 1942 1945 Treasurer Fork Umon Mnlntarw Academy 1946 1311 - . .,.. ., , 1 1 ' l 1 ' 1 ' ' ' 1 1 ,' ' MAJOR H RATRIE KELIY CAPT H F REICHENBACH CAPT CHARLES F HOFFMAN CAPT J XV PENIDERGRASS JR NIAJOR LEE I' XXHITCOWB CAPT EVAN H LACE JR U21 J Y Y, , . . . 1 , - . 5 . . . . , . I-OR1x UNION NIIIIIARH ACADIFINIH X11 FACULTY AND STAFF IOR HA1iO11lRX11il1 IX111X I A B Un1Xers1tw of Rnchmond N1 PX LHINCISIIX ot Y 1rg1n11 llualnnster Loxmr Splmool forlx Umon N11l1t:1ry -Xgadgnu 1957 H1141 of I1n2u1gg IDLPIFIIDLHI Forlx Umon B1lllI1I'V Ac1ClLmy 1933 1111111 111111 1311111 x 11 F 111151 RI I R1ICII1N1i1Xi1i Haifa 111111111 A B Georgetown Collpgg 1 11x11 Instruuor F0111 Umon Wxlwtarv Acidcmx CAP1 CHARLLSF HOIILIAN Olltl7fl1ll1dSfCf X L1 B L1 91111 l,n1xLrs1tx lnstruuor 10111 Umon N11l1t1rx IXLlL1LI11X 19-fa 45 1XkLLllfINL Ofhgu Imlx Lmon N11l1t1rx ALlC1LI11X 1 ,un s XX P1 xn111c1a xss Hmmm 111111 1311111 B S Furmln Unlwrutx X1 Fd Lr11xL1S1tx of X11'L,1I1ll Instructor fork Lmon N11l1t1rx Mulgnn IOR L11 Plllx XX1111cox11s A B Bnrmmghxm g0L1Il1LIIl N1 X Nimmo Cum Collage U 111011 ls mm 1 mn 111 1 X1111111x ' U11 1 Q Xl 1 N11 1C 1111111 1111 mu IX 1 X lk N 1l7111k.I1 51 mom o um Wll L n1xL1S1tX X Xu Nt: 11101 1 1 1 1111111 X1 1t11x Kung 111 Sp11111sf1 I IIS 1 J 1 1 . 1. 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S, .'.1vy. 3 "'.11'S ln 'L ' '.CQ11,1cl1.111l l'11lwl1'ityIli1'-cto1',l5o1'k L' ' .11 . 1- 1 l-my .3 CAPT STANLEYL KENT CAPT L C HEISKELL CAPT CHARLES W 'VICCABE CAPT JOHN M HUNT CAPT ELIHU R MONICA CAPT PERLEY H PEASE E541 Rh UNION N1III XRX ACAIl 1 lx Muffy 11111111 J k S I I LINX x HI 1 u lx 1111 1111 lx 111 LNN NWL 1 N L 1 X 111 1111 1 KINX 1 X mxlcx XI1!1111111 N 1 X1 1111111 s x11 1 INIIII 1111 111 ' I L 1 L 1111 I Q 1. IINDN x I L x x Lxx 3X g IMLIIQ II u ulun I J IfO ' ' 1 Y . . T: Y , 3 CSI Y C XI 1'. SI'ANI.l-,Y I.. '1iN'1' .....,... . . f ' 11.1111111011 C11 ll 'Qc H..-X..CQu111111l11.1Cfwllugc XI..X..CQ11l11111l1i,1l'11i-41-111 111111111111 xx-11'lx. l'111x 111111 111, X-ll'Q'Il1l IIIX 1'11ut111'. I-11-lx IV1111111 X11l11,11'x' .Xx'.11' V' Cx1'1'. I,,xxx 1-1 M1 Ci. Il11s1x1 l.l, ...,. ,.,. C flu' 11111 VS.. XAllAQ1I1l,l l'111x1u'l1111' l11N11l111u Lf N. .Xl'I1lf'. 'l41'.111x11x11'1.1111111 C111'11x. I g x'u.1:w l11x11'11g1111'.111xl l.11'111 X11I1.lQ.'I'. 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LvIl1N -1'x1Lx' 1114 C1111 " v'Lll lux 'Ll '11111 1 111'1x Lvllilbll NI1l11.11'x' .-X '. l'111x' 35 CAPT JAMES 'X NKQUEEN CAPT BENIJAMIN F BRAY CAPT JAMES L BRAY L 36 CAPT. P. E. HIGHSMITH CAPT. D. R. HENSLEY, JR. CAPT. DONALD R. XVOMBLE J Rh LN N XCAII 1 11111511 11111 S kxxkk L I N X I1 11111 N K ll 11111111 li 1 1111 Lk 11 111 II I 1 xx N 1111 11 1 11. 1 1 X OX I S1111111f C 1IXL NL 'S LINX 1 I 1 X NI Q 111111 II Il XQNN 1 C 11 L X U I N U N 1 1 1111111 1 111 111111 1 111111111 1 1 I 1 11111 1 111 C1 X 1 11111 111 1 IIN Ixll NL N11 111 111111 ll X1 1111111 PI 5 L BR 1121 1 X1 V1 1 111111 A XIIYX L11 1 r1111111 111 X1 11111 X N 1 111111111 PI 511 1 XL N I11s1r111111r 111111 LDILJII X11 11111 X111111111 137 I'O V '.'IQJ.' NIII.Il'AIiY : Q JfNIY C .11 1. I'1111,1,11' Ii. H11,11sx111'11 .......... '111 " I55., 1.1 L 'IWQ1111' "St.11'CQ111cgc C11'.11111,11c 11'111'11, NI11' 11.111CQ1111ug1' ,11111 L'1111'111w111' 111' Xv1I'gIl11.l L'.S..1-1111, 22 1 '111 111 Il'l1 '1 II 111111 LV1111111 x1111l,II'K .X11111.'1111 C.-Xl'l, 13.11111 R. H1-1xs111 1, KI11 .......... . Q A1 13.41. L'1111.'1w111' 111' 1111111 1 l,'1111'151.11' x1CI'C11.1IlI K1.11'111w. IH 11 1111 1111 1'11.'1111' .1111 .AX f 1. CQ11.11'11,1111'11 L'1 1311 XI'1IL,llf .AML 1'1111' C111 1. ID11x.11,11 R. Y' 111: ,11 1...,........ 'j ' 1 li..X,, C,.11.111111.1 Q11111:gc crI'.lL1Ll.llC 11111111, L'1 ' "1's111'111- N111'111C1.11'111111.1 U. S. N.11'y, 21'-.111 I11s11'11c1111' .11111 I711'1:c1111' of 111t1'.1111111'.11 1Xt111c11c5 1511111 L'1111111 N11111.11'1' .-Xc.111' 1' C .11 1. 11x1 Ls . 1 L'I'l,N ........... . 1. ' 1X.I5., CQ. N11 -. 7 '111.11 1 ll 'gc li1',11111.11c 1' 111, LI11111 II 11111111 L'1111u1A 111, U1 11'c1w111' 111' I'I1lIA-L1.1 Lf S. 1-X1'1111. 5' 111 111 '1 ' '. I'V1lI'1x LvI11JI1 NI1111.11'1' 1 1 1' v' I 11. lS1xk111x11N If. 511-11' ............ If AISI 1X.l5., Willi. 1 CY N1.1l'f' Q111cgc c1I'.1L1Ll.lU.' w11r11, YU11. K NI. C11 ll1-gc. L'1 ' 'u1w111' 111' V1'3"1i,1 L'. S. X.11'1', 3 -'-.11's 111 AL ' 1111 1'111'11 LV1' NI'1bI.1I'f' 1 1 1' I' L1 -I.-XN1lf . .111 ............. If tlsl .- .5., M1 4. , I' x11'gc f1 . 1 . ' '11'1'1, C' . I.l1'j' C11 111'3gC, U1 ' " '1' XVIIAQ'-11,1 L'. S. N.11'y, f 1'-.1r' I CAPT ROBERT W BAILEY CAPT CAVIERON G YACEL CAPT CECIL L ROSS MAJOR IRA E SMITH CAPT IANIES D LYNCH CAPT W W CI-IAFFIN I 38 I . . I . . . . IOR1x L ON! 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C' " I S '1'1 MRS JOSEPHINE DAVIS CAPT JOSEPH S KEEINAN CAPT ALEX B MCFADDEN CAPT XV B WASHBURN SGT JAMES O BAKER NI SCT CHARLESF ROBERTS L40 1 Y A . - - A . . A T If . . . . ' L 1 - '. Rh XRX as D1 11111111111 1 Sllx C C ICCINX 1 III 1114111 IC11111 K I I ' IX XIJIJ 11 ICC 1 LN LIICLX Lx str C l CL 1 1 xx L 71 111 Iflc 1 Ll C 1x1C1111111 X II C C L hal 1 s 1 Xlx 111111111 1 11 l -1 1 R1 1111111111 9 Xrmx Int 111 rx 111' Lmon X1l1lllfX X IL 1111 1943 14 PCT ' L' N Ill N XI I I.I'l'1 ' :X C :X U li X1 Y '. 11151 11111x1. .11s ............. lff' ' ISA.. .X1p.11,1u111,111 .1' '1' '.1 '11.'1'U C.1111C'gC' f1C'11I"QC' 1,C'.l1111C1X f1111L'QC' 11111'.11'1,1111 111111 L1111111 X111lC.lI'f .XM 1' C Xl 1.1105 '15, li11x.xx ........ lit' '111 '1' 11' q lS..fX,.111111111L'11111-11111 L'.S..X1'1111.4'111111t11N 1111 l'l1Ckl'1I'. 1 111'1C L'1111111 X1111I.11'1 .X.'.1C1.'1111 C Xl 1'. A1 Q B.M1l'f 11x ............ If glixlv gX.15., 1311 ' L'111 '1' 111 C11'.lC1 . ' 1111'1C. 1JLl1xC L'I11X' '1' 111 U. S. .'XI'I11f'. 2-1 11111111111 111 'Ll 111113 1"111'1C L'l11LJI1 N1'11L.11'1' .'XC.l1'INf C Xl 1. XY1 ll.-XXI li. XY. llli 11x .... 1XI111f' 1 '11 111111 S1'11f111'1' 13.11. 1.1 1C'1l15LlI'g C11Il1'g1- c1l'.lL1 .ILC XKClIA1x. L'1111' 'l'N1IX 111' "' 1111 LHS..'.111.331111111:11C 1IlN ALI '1111' .1111 1Xw111,1111 C111 111. 1 11111 LvH1l1I1 X11111.11'1' .ML 1'11f 51.1. KIM 1 ' CD. if IIC .......,...... H Q1 Lf S. .X1'1111. 1111-.lllllf 1111'1C L'1 11111 X11111111 .My 1.'I1Tf. '15 NI S111 CQ11.x111.1.s If. 3151 111s ..........., ' ' 'V U. .. .1 I r 1' Mk" .'4.1'.'c.1c L 1 1 PMSUT AHIPMSEET AcsIPMSF5T SGT FIRST CLASS SGT W E BRANSON SGT CLEDITI-I CARR ENIORY K FLOWERS E421 MAJOR PAUL M. FLETCHER CAPT. K. H. GILMORE CAPT. S. L. PFEFFERKORN, JR. ORIx UNION XI ADI xlll LLL NIL x L 75-I Cu-I SAXILII L PIIIFIRKORN I 5 Lnnursmtx ot Nllrx 1 LI L mm n 1 rx mmx .fxs P NISx?T oxx s X fl 111 IILIIII I I Il IglxXNS Jw II C x In LILLINX '5 K43 XIIIIHII xIlIlf Il If I I I ' . II.I I A K Y :X C. '. NI Y NI.X.lUli l'xL'1 NI. IIII xc HI la ......... P. NI. S. 'J 'I' IIS.. X11-gimi.1lhfkyrfflmnig In L llc I'. S. xI'l1IY.IIII..IllII'X IIl!'IxIH1HI1NIIIII.lI'f .X'.1I'I11X'.I'7S"I C.H'l.Iiixx1lHII.G11 wi .......A Ix,f.1'. XLS. 'ST If N. XI'lUf.IlII..ll1I1I lurk l'nim1NI1IiI.11'y .Xg'.lxI'l11I, ll ' L . . ' JMIR ..... Iff. .I. Sf.. ' A. . "I4n U, Army, Infantry Ifnrk '14 NIAI't.1 Ac.1I' 1953 54.1. IJIRSI CL.-xss Iixmm Ii. I51, IRI ........ .Ii if Q3 LI S. .'XI'IUI'. VI . um' lurk I'11inmNI1Iit.11'y QXLl1IUlI1f'. 954 Sm. XVI l.-XXI lf. '- ox ............ " W LI S. X1'111y.U1xI11.1.uu- Iurlx l'11iu11Xl1InL.1l'y .XQ.IIIL'l17I., I' -4 Sm. C1 1 IDII' RR .............. . ' A 1 ju Lv. 5. ,-Xrmy. Inf. try Ifurlx I'nicm Xiilimrx' :X '. I' IV? 44 AWD ADM N STRAT X F STAT ACULTX ISIDRG SARATE NIRS IANIIS L WHITE JR XXII LIANI I FOLKES ISIDRO SARATE Cb: and Dnec for Food Preparafzon Unxted States Navy December 10 1925 Retnred March 17 1947 Rank Ch1ef Petty Officer U S N Chef to Former Presndent Franklm D Roosevelt MRS JAMES L WHITE JR D111111g Room Hostess Szlem College XVILLIAM J FOLKES A9XIXfHI1f Dnmfor Food Prcparaflon Fork Umon Mllltdfy Academy 1941 CORNER IX DINING ROOXI 1 of H11 1111111 roomx Sm 111 Cap zuly 130 f45 . 9 3 3 Y , , .. . . I . , ........ K I United States Marine Corps, 1942-1951 - I .I Il IILI - O11' 1' :uv lilml f' ' g 3' J I. tg L 1 K . 0, ,q at u,' f.:, ,V A MN! all 4 MRS N1 Q MADISON HRS ELLEN STEX ENS VIRS ROBERT NI IVIINS Sfffffdfj Sffltfdfj Slflffdlj MRS C L CQUSIXS MRS XX I FOLKES CAPT NI Q MADISON Sn fffdf-1 Bnofekrrpu Brmffu J r H61 v ' , 1 Y v A . A . . 1 4 . . L 1 . 4 . , , ,, , , H -N Y YV 4 V A . i . A . . N. . . . . 1 A ,. , , H 1. 1:,,ft, FORK UNION LIILIFARY AC.ADEN1Y ALI:XANDER LELANID Dlrulnr 0 Nldlllftlllllllt NIOVIES ARE SHOWN TV ICE A XX FEK IX OUR SPACIOLS NFXX GX WNASIUN1 I 47 : A v . v I ' Q . A L Builffings aml Grrmmfs V 'V 'Y V Y Y 'Y 7 Y TI II SABRF SHOP I.OL'NC'Ii IN THIQ .XIJMINISTRATION ISLILIDINCK i: -' W 'iv FORK UNION MILITARY ACADEMY ACADEMIC DEPARTMENT HE CURRICULUM at Fork Umon M1l1tary Academy xs based on the standard college entrance requ1rements as mamtamed at the best colleges and umversntxes The Academy IS accredlted by the V1rg1n1a State Board of Publlc Educat1on and IS a fully accrednted member of the ASSOCIQIIOH of Colleges and Secondary Schools of the Southern States Its graduates are therefore adm1tted on certxficate and wxthout exam1nat1on to standard colleges and UHIVCFSICICS belongnng to the Assoc1at1ons Parents are 3dVlSCd however, that a boys course at the Academy ought to be planned nn advance wnth reference to the partlcular college or pro esszon that he w1ll enter Credlt for work done wlll be grven on certlflcates from other accredrted secondary schools, although each case w1ll be treated solely on 1ts merxts A cadet who may come to us for the semor year s work or for a year of post graduate preparatory school work before he enters college, regardless of the number of un1ts he may present, w1ll only be granted one of our dxplomas when he has satxsfled our dlploma requnre ments and completed four major un1ts fone of wh1ch must be second thnrd or fourth year Enghshj under our own mstructors Thus necessx tates at least one full school year s attendance at Fork Umon Mllltary Academy A un1t IS a prescrlbed subject studled successfully for not less than one hundred and sxxty recntatnon per1ods Each 1nstructor glVCS h1s closest attentxon to the 1nd1v1du1ls ln h1s class, and groups are made small enough to be developed to the best advantage Cadets may not drop 1 subject and assume another w1thout wrltten perm1ss1on from the Head master Our passlng grade IS 75Ff For college certlflcatlon an average grade of 81' 1n all subjects IS requlred We w1ll g1ve cred1t for the follow1ng umts of work completed m an accred1ted summer school One or two half un1ts of new work, or One or two unxts of repeated work on whnch fa1lures were not bad, or One half un1t of new and one un1t of repeated work XVe do not belleve a student can successfully cover more than the above II49 . . . . , ' s . 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' . . ,,, CHEMISTRY LABORATORY DIPLOMA REQUIREMENTS FOR COLLEGE PREPARATORY COURSES The requlrements for graduatlon 1n the college preparatory courses are llsted below Before a hrgh school student beg1ns to confine h1s educa t1on to certam preferred subjects he should have at least an xntroductory traxnmg 1n some of the essenuals of Engllsh Soc1al Studles Mathematxcs Sclence and Language We requlre for graduatlon 1n the college pre paratory course slxteen standard college entrance un1ts 1nclud1ng a un1t m Bxble Hlstory and a un1t 1n M1l1tary Sc1ence and Tactlcs makmg a total of seventeen umts We offer three courses wh1ch prepare for col lege They and the requlred un1ts for each are CLASSICAL on PROFESSIONAL PREPARATORY COURSE Enghsh un1ts Amer1can HISIOIY un1t Umted States Gox ernment umt Blble un1t Algebra un1ts Plane Geometry umt Scnence un1ts Electlves umts Mxlntary fEach year cadet IS herej Llnlt Iso ' ,...,,.......,.....,.....,..,. ,.,.....4.,..,..,..,,,.,......,... ......... 4 ' ' ' , ,..,s. ,,,, . . .... ..s. . 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Tachistoscopc and 1 yvk 1 1, ' , L-, N ', C ', ' -yr ' ' 1?A'., V' - FORK UNION MILITARY ACADEMY COMMERCIAL COURSE I Does not prepare or college 2 We offer th1s course for those who do not plan to go to college but who do desxre bus1ness tramrng 1n order that they may be prepared for office work or for conductrng the1r own busmess affalrs A number of our cadets add a Commercxal Course to therr College Preparatory Course 1n a year of Postgraduate work thus better Httrng themselves for college or bus1ness A Commerclal Certlficate IS awarded to the cadets completmg the followmg course of study Englrsh Clst and 2nd yearsj umts Amerlcan I-Ilstory un1t Blble un1t umt Typewrxtmg Q30 words a mmutel umt Bookkeeprng umt Commercnal Law umt Economxcs umt Mllltary Ceach year cadet IS hereb umt POSTGRADUATE COURSE We have an mcreasmg number of students to avall themselves of a one year Postgraduate Course Graduates of an accredlted hrgh school or of Fork Un1on may take an add1t1onal year cons1st1ng of Cab A number of selected subjects to better prepare for college West Pomt Annapohs or the Coast Guard Academy fbb A Commerclal Course to be added to hrs dxploma from hxgh school or academy IS4 f ' ....,,.....,......... .,...,.,..,...... , , 2 ' ' ' . .....,....,.. ....,..................,.......,,..... , . 1 ' ' .... ,E ..,. 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I ' A Q I FORK UNION MILITARY ACADEMY COURSES OF INSTRUCTION Englzsb Your taxte ba: to pax: the bar of the Clams: ARNOLD BENNETT Slnce the language used by a person IS a fa1r test of h1s educatlon, th1s department IS consldered the most lmportant 1n the currlculum Speclal emphasls 1S placed upon Enghsh Grammar, and no cadet w1l1 be promoted or graduated wlthout a practxcal knowledge of th1s subject ENGLISH 8 Elghth Grade Engllsh Requlred of all who are not ready for the last four years of secondary school Includes both semesters No credrt 1n h1gh school un1ts An mtensnve study of grammar Thus 1S followed by study of Amerlcan and Englxsh Lnterature Text Buxldmg Language Skxlls Grade 8 Tressler and Shelmadme workbooks standardnzed tests readers Readmg IS requlred of all enghth grade students SPELLING 8 Requxred of all who are not ready for the last four years of secondary school If the student at entrance shows nmth grade spell1ng abllxty he IS excused from th1s study The grade IS taught on four d1ffer ent levels of spellxng ab1l1ty Includes both semesters No credlt 1n hlgh school un1ts Text Dlrected Spell1ng Act1v1t1es Penmanshlp IS requxred of all enghth grade students Requ1red Offered each semester Value M un1t Thxs course IS varned to sunt the needs of the group and as many of the followmg toplcs as possxble are used to motnvate the work Playmg ones part m school and commumty conversmg wrntmg socnal letters story tellmg buxldxng paragraphs usmg the lnbrary work wrmng busmess letters makmg reports learnmg new words In addmon formal study of the fol lowmg topxcs IS requnred grammar punctuatnon capxtalnzatnon usage com pound and complex sentences sentence sense and spellmg Text Englnsh nn Actxon Course I Tressler ENcL1sH Ib-Lnterature Requxred Offered each semester Value M unlt The functxonal applncatxon of the laws of grammar are remforced whxle the student IS bemg mtroduced to the Held of lxterature Text Lxterature and Lnfe Bk I Mxles Keck T561 ll - n : . . I . , , . S . . . S . I . ENGLISH Ia-Composition I . . 5 . Y .. . 9 - a s 9 4 : : - . .3 . l . . . . - : 7 9 Q 1 ' 9 S ' I , , . 5 l l 1 ' 1 l 1 - FORK UNIOIN NIILITARY ACADEMY ENGLISH IIa Composition Required Offered each semester Value I 2 unit Social English and behavior writing social letters building paragraphs using the library making reports choosing a socation, Interviewing and asking questions, writing business letters, improving ones speech making words say what one means observing and describing musical language and the formal topics grammar, parts of the sentences types of sentences punctua tion usage effectue sentences, spelling Text English In Action Course II Tressler workbooks standlrd ized tests ENGLISH Hb-Literature Required Offered each semester Value I2 unit A course In literature designed to portray and foster the American Way of life Text Literature and Life Bk II Miles, Stratton, and Pooley ENGLISH Hla Composition Required Offered the first semester Value I2 umt Reading magazines and books for enjoyment and profit using the library building paragraphs writing social letters public speaking making reports writing and broadcasting the story and these formal topics grammar usage efficient sentences punctuation mechanics spelling Text English IH Action, Course III Tressler, workbooks and stan dardized tests ENGLISH IIIb-American Literature Required Offered second semester Value M umt This course aims to take the student pleasantly and proitably through American literature to enable him to watch with comprehension the parade of great writers who have reflected conditions on this continent for three centuries, and to help him gain a true pleasure from the different forms In which they have written Text Llterature and Life Bk III Mules and Pooley ENGLISH IVa Composition Required Offered the first semester Value I2 unit Reading for comprehension using the library, thinking, Investigating plan ning, and writing, listening, discussing, and debating, social conversation learning and using new words writing friendly letters personality and human relations, studying and taking examinations Improving speech, public speaking business English the magazine article, poetic expression and these formal topics grammar, usage, clear and correct sentences, pleasing and forceful sentences punctuation, mechanics, and spelling Text English In Action, Course IV Tressler, workbooks, and stan dardized tests U71 , , . . . 3 . . . Q . . Q . . D y . . . , . . . , l . , 5 ' ' ' 4 ' 4 . I , Y y - . , , .V . - . , , , , . - . , . , . . . . Q . . 3 . . Q . . . 9 . . 2 . Q business letters and personal application, improving speech, radio listening. . . , , 5 Q . 1 y , . y . , . , . 1 . , , - Y . , . , . ' . . f ' . . . 3 . . I . . I. . . y - . . Q . . . 5 . . g . . Z . . . . . : , . . , - FORK UNION MILITARY ACADEMY ENGLISH IVb-Englxsh L1terature Requlred Offered the second semester Value M un1t An elementary course In the hterature of England Its hxstory from 55 B C to date the mam types of lxterature great wrnters and the best literature are the subjects of study Outsxde readmg of standard lnterature IS expected Text Lnterature and Lnfe Bk IV Mules and Pooley ENGLISH Va Composltxon Requnred of all Postgraduates Offered the Hrst semester Value 2 Unit A more advanced course than fourth year or semor Engllsh SpecIal empha s1s IS placed on theme wrxtmg as nearly on the college level as possxble Text Englnsh In Actnon Course IV Tressler workbooks supple mentary texts ENGLISH Vb-World L1terature Requlred of all Postgraduates Offered the second semester Value 2 Unit A survey course by types of llterature The greatest examples of each type from anclent to modern tlmes are studxed about 75 In all Soczal Studufs In recent years soclal stud1es have assumed a larger value than ever before Modern 1nvent1ons are makmg nelghbors of all natxons Our own country holds a commandmg posltnon In the World fam1ly the Amer1can youth, IH order that our prest1ge may be mamtamed, must know hlstory and the other soc1al stud1es SOCIAL STUDIES 8 CIt1zenshIp Requlred of all not ready for the last four years of secondary school Includes both semesters No cred1t In hlgh school un1ts Thus course consusts of the study of the oblIgatIons of a good CICIZCD to t e llfe of hns commumty hxs government and hls economlc lnfe Text Buxldmg Cxtnzenshlp Hughes SOCIAL STUDIES I Anc1ent Hlstory Electxve Includes both semesters Value 1 un1t Thus course presents a short survey of Western c1v1lIzat1on from Its earlxest begmmngs to the foundmg of our country Text Earller Ages Robmson Breasted and Smxth SOCIAL STUDIES II Modern H1story Electxve Includes both semesters Value 1 un1t After a brnef study of the backgrounds and begnnnmgs of European hlstory Iss , . . , . , . 2 . . , Q , . Q C 1 V ' - V . . . - . . . . , . . : ' ' ' . . , ' , - V ' . U "Hi.rtory is a palb of light in a var! gloom."-WEST . . . . . , and . . . . . . h . . . , . y . . . i : , . . . . , g I . , . , Y . D FORK UNION INIILITARY ACADEMY a short txme IS spent on the seventeenth and erghteenth centurxes Over two ChlfdS of the tIme IS spent on hnstory from the begxnmng of the French Revolutron to the present Text Modern European CIvIlIzatIon, Hutton and Webster SOCIAL STUDIES III EconomIcs Electwe Includes both semesters Value 1 unIt The course deals wIth varxous wealth acqumng and wealth usmg actIvItIes of the IndIvIdual, the partnershIp the corporatIon, and other busIness organ IzatIons, and the prIncIples upon whnch our natIonal prosperIty rests A new approach IS used how do the varIous economIc actIvItIes affect our levels of lIvIng and how may they Improve them? Text Economxcs In Everyday Llfe, Goodman and Moore, workbooks and standardIzed tests Socmlc STUDIES III AmtrIc1n I-Instory Requnred Includes both semesters Value 1 unIt Most Important of the SOCl3I studnes and requIred of all students by prac IICBIIY all schools Text The Development of AmerIca, WIrth, workbook, standardIzed tests SOCIAL STUDIES IV Umted States Government RequIred Includes both semesters Value 1 unIt A study of hou we are gox erned I9 I n.ItIon ELSIS Sczence Lei us rs! understand tht ads and then we may szrfz tbl cause ARISTOTLE We offer the scnences whIch conform to the standard col lege entrance requlrements Thorough work IS made possxble by our new scIence hall Wlfh ltS modern equlpment An effort IS made to acquamt the cadets wIth famIl1ar facts about natural phenomena and to stImulate a Splflf of research and systematIc InvestIgatIon SCIENCE 8 Requlred of all who are not ready for the last four years of secondary school Includes both semesters No credxt In hIgh school unIts Relatuon of earth to other heavenly bodnes grautw earth s surface changes aIr and water cxrculatxon energy, control of heat, weather, how the body works fightmg dnsease reproductxon care of plants and anImals Text SCICHCC Problems Bk II Beauchamp workbook SCIEIs.CE I General Scnence Electlve Includes both semesters Value 1 umt An Introductory course to gIve the student a foundatIon for further study to explore hIs Interests, aptxtudes and capacItIes and to traIn hIm In rIght h3blIS of procedure and study Text Scnence Problems Bk III Beauchamp workbook I: 59 . . . . , - , . , . T K . . I . Text: American Government, Ma ruderg workbook, standardized g " F yf I I, , U, . . . , N K - . M , . . . . . 8 , 1 U ' . : ' , . , q ' . Y -. . . . . , Y , 2 ' , - , 4 . FORK UNION MILITARY ACADEMY SCIENCE II Blology Electlve Includes both semesters Value 1 unxt The course mcludes Bnology, the study of lnfe problems hvmg thmgs must solve plants and the worlds food supply the kmds of hvmg thmgs, con servatnon of hvmg thmgs structures and processes concerned wxth nutrn tnon responses of lnvmg thmgs control of dnseases and lmprovement of health the contmuance and nmprovement of lrvmg thmgs Text Evers day Bnology Curtns and others, workbook standardxzed tests SCIENCE III Chem1stry Electlve Includes both semesters Value 1 un1t Elementary general chemrstry Thxs course mcludes the fundamental facts of chem1stry wxth thexr apphcatnons to modern llfe and the atomlc age Text Practlcal Chemlstry Black and Conant workbook standard ved tests SCIENCE IV Physlcs Electxve Includes both semesters Value 1 un1t Welghts and measures mechamcs of lnqunds and gases molecular mechamcs expanslon measurement changes of state magnetxsm statlc electr1c1ty current electrrcxty electr1cal umts cells laws of res1stance enects of an electrxc current electromagnetlc mductlon alternatmg current sound hght lllummatxon reflectlon refractlon Text Elementary Practncal Physlcs Black and Conant workbook standa dxzed tests Matloematzcs He who know: not matbematzcs cannot know any other :nence BAcoN requ1re more mathematlcs than the average secondary school slnce more IS requ1red to do successful college work ARITHMETIC 8 Requnred of all who are not ready for the last four years of secondary school Includes both semesters No credxt 1n hlgh school un1ts Thus course consnsts of a revnew of the four fundamental processes a study of percentage and busmess arxthmetnc, mcludmg umts on bankmg msurance taxes and mvestments and an mtroductxon to geometnc figures measure ments and algebra Text Iroquons New Standard Arxthmetlc Grade Elght DeGroat and Young GENERAL MATHEMATICS Requnred as a prerequlsxte to Elementary Algebra of all cadets not sufhcxently well prepared ln arlthmetxc to take algebra Includes both semesters Value 1 un1t l60l . : . . 3 . . . s s ' 5 - 3 5 5 . 3 ,' s ' 3 1 ' ' , 4 : - . 3 . . . J . Q mechamcs of sohds - forces - motlon - Work - machlnesg heat - temperature - - - 9 - 4 - - - 4 S S I S 1 ' ' , 4 s IP ' ' L oc C 1 . . . , 7 9 9 J ' , . 7 y y FORK UNION MILITARY ACADEMY This course consists of advanced fundamentals In computation processes of mathematics Emphasis 15 placed on operations Insolving fractions deer mals, simple equations, extraction of square roots, dern atn es and solutions of formulas, and the part general mathematics plays In finance building government, and statistics MATHEMATICS I lst Yr Algebra to Quadratics Cone unity The four fundamental operations for rat1onal algebraic expressions, factor Ing determInatIon of highest common factor and lowest common multiple by factoring, fractions Including complex fractIons and ratio and propor tion meaning, use, and evaluation of formulas, graphical representation linear equations both numerical and literal, containing one or two unknown quantities, radicals Including the extraction of the square root of poly nomials and of numbers exponents Including fractional and negative MATHEMATICS II 2nd Yr Algebra Quadratncs and beyond Cone unity uadratic equations both numerical and literal, simple cases of equations with one or more unknown quantities that can be solved by the methods of linear or quadratic equations graphical solution of quadratic equations simultaneous equations ID three unknowns the solution of simple cases of equations of degree higher than the second elementary theory and use of logarithms variation, the binomial theorem for positive Integral exponents, the formulas for the nth term and the sum of the terms of arithmetic and ADVANCED ALGEBRA fone half umtj Permutatnons and combinations, limited to simple cases complex numbers with graphical representation of sums and differences determinants chiefly of the second third and fourth orders Including the use of minors and the solution of linear equations, numerlcal equations of higher degree and so much of the theory of equations, with graphical methods as IS necessary for their treatment Including Descartes rule of signs and Horner s method but not Sturm s functions or multiple rcots MATHEMATICS III Plane Geometry Required Includes both semesters Value 1 unit Straight lmes, circles and proportion, similarity, areas of polygons regular polygons and the circle Text Progressive Plane Geometry Wells and Hart MATHEMATICS IVa Solid Geometry Elective Offered first semester Value I2 unIt A brIef review of plane geometry, lines and planes dihedral angles, poly hedral angles polyhedrons prismatic surfaces pyramidal surfaces, cylinders and cones, cylindrical and conic surfaces spheres, spherIcal distances and polygons Text Progressive Solid Geometry, Hart MATHEMATICS IVb-Trigonometry Elective Offered each semester Value M unit Trigonometric functions of acute angles, logarithms solution of right tI'I angles by means of natural functions and by use of logarithms, trigonometric functions of any angle, solution of oblique triangles, elementary trigono metric Identities Text Trigonometry Lennes and Merrill I61 ' I 7 . V D 9 1 . , . . . . . 9 9 ' i ' i Y n . y . . - i 1 - Q , . . I . . . . . S . . . . 5 i i geometric progressions, with applications. . . . . . . 3 1 , i 1 I l Y . Y , . . , . . . . , . , I 5 , . . . . . . . S : ' , - . . ' . y . Q i I 9 ' i v i . g . . .- : ' , ' . FORK UNION MILITARY ACADEMY Comm erczal Subjects TYPING Electxve Includes both semesters Value 1 un1t The touch system IS used Accuracy and speed are the a1m and result of carefully planned exerclscs The student learns to center, tabulate make carbon copxes, space, and wrxte all forms of busmess letters and prmted matter Tabulatxon, legal forms, manuscrnpts, and statements are studned Text Typmg Bk I Gregg BUSINESS LAW Electlve Includes both semesters Value 1 un1t The course offers the fundamental and vntal prmcnples of law as apphed to general srtuatnons An effort ns made to stnmulate clear and careful th1nk mg and to mculcate respect for law and constltuted authorlty Text Introduction to Busmess Law Bogert, Goodman and Moore BOOKKEEPING Electlve Includes both semesters Value 1 un1t Thxs course 15 to gxve a worknng knowledge of bookkeepmg and accountmg methods and practlce to fit the cadet for a posltxon or gxve a basis for the college accountmg course The prmcxples of accounts, journahzmg, postmg and takxng of trnal balances are studxed Purchase, sales and cash books are opened and kept Preparatmn of balance sheets, profit and loss statements, and the closxng of the ledger are developed Text 20th Century Bookkeepmg and Accountmg, Baker, Prxckett and Carlson Lmzguages FRENCH I F1rst Year French Electlve Includes both semesters Value, none unt1l the second year IS completed, then 1 un1t The course mcludes 1 clrtful study of pronunclltlon grammtu drnll mans cxtrcxsts xn tomposntlon and the ltadlng of prose selectlons from Dumas md Hugo Text French Grammar, Fraser, Squanr and Carnahan, readers FRENCH II Second Year French Flectnve Includes both semesters Value 1 un1t Thls course xncludes more advanced and detalled study of syntax lrregular verbs extensxve composntnon and conversation the readmg of prose selec tnons from Maupassant, Daudet, Bazm Bordeau Zola, and I-Ialvey Text French Grammar, Fraser, Squanr, and Carnahan readers Lafzn Tbf study nf 1:1111 makes f r lfar zbznkmg Osnokx Latxn IS the best poss1ble preparatnon for a hberal educatlon and for the apprecnatnon of our mother tongue Cadets who expect to enter certaxn colleges where Latm IS a PFCFCQUISIIC should be sure to take the work reqtured fez . Q , : , . , . K . I , , ' Y K . "fl knoulmfge nf languages ix the frst rlnnr In wisdnm."-BACON . . . . . ' ' '. 1 FL ' J ' "Q I , ' ' ' ' ' , . I' x 1 -fx ' ' I Q 'xv ' 1 K . . , , K . K . I , ' . E . . . 5 S 3 S ' 9 l ' : 3 . U V' , 'i ' In 1 ' LU- .' FORK UNION MILITARY ACADEMY LATIN I Flrst Year Latm ElectIve Includes both semesters Value, none untll the second year of Latm IS completed, then 1 unIt A thorough foundatxon In elementary Latnn grammar and composmon all declensIons and conjugauons Indxcatxve and Imperatxve wIth partncular em phasIs on case CDdlDgS and the most common uses of the dIfferent cases personal and tense endmgs of verbs The purpose IS a good start for advanced LatIn valuable mental dIscIplIne and aId to 3CqUll'lng and better under standIng of Englush grammar and usage Danly drIlls and emphasls 0 memorIzatIon of vocabulary and InfIectIon forms wIth easy SYCFCISES In translatIon and composItIon are the methods used Text Latm for AmerIcans Ullman and Henry LATIN II Second Year Latm Flectnve Includes both semesters Value 1 umt ThIs course revIews elementary grammar and Introduces the subyunctwe mood more dlfhcult case uses and other advanced IOPICS provndes danly translatIons from The Argonauts and Caesars Commentarn drnlls on Inflecuons and CXCYCISCS In composItIon Text Second Year LatIn Berrv and Lee S plUlISh SPANISH I FIrst Year Spamsh ElectIve Includes both semesters Value, none untll the second year of Spamsh IS completed and then 1 unIt The essentxal facts of Spannsh grammar for Englnsh speakmg students oral and wrxtten exerclses IH Spannsh Englnsh and Englnsh SpanIsh The emphasIs IS on the spoken language wIth due recogmtnon of the demand for early and abundant readmg Text Flrst Spamsh Course Hnlls and Ford SPANISH II Second Year Spamsh Electlve Includes both semesters Value 1 unIt A contmuatxon of the above course on the second year level Bible Blble study IS recognlzed here as of fundamental Importance and IS 1 requIred subject It augments the work IH Enghsh HISIOFQ, and Socnl Studxes, and wIthout It 1 student can hardly be called educated, In the true sense The BIble g1VCS the best hght for thIs lIfe and the largest hope for the lIfe to come There 15 no book that can so enrIch the mInds and hearts of men as The Book of Books BIBLE I Old Testament HISIOFV Requnred of all Jumors Includes both semesters Once a week Value K4 unIt Text Old Testament StudIes, Burroughs L63 . . I . I 1 ' s I I ' . Il . , . 4 . . A . I I I - In II I If -- II - 4 I , . . , . . . I 4 I . - : I . , . . . . I 4 I I I . L , I I I . 1 . I ' Q! D! I . . . . . FORK UNION MILITARY ACADEMY BIBLE II New Testament Hnstory Requ1red of all Sen1ors and Post Graduates Includes both semesters Once a week Value I4 umt Text Studxes m the New Testament Robertson Study per1ods are malntalned from 7 50 to 9 45 P M All cadets are requlred to keep these hours, under the superv1s1on of mstructors A study hall IS mamtamed for cadets Whose academxc records are unsatlsfactory In add1t1on to the above, prov1s1on IS made for cadets needmg speclal tutorlng and help 1n the1r classroom work At the end of each week the Headmaster requ1res each mstructor to subm1t to the oflice the grades of each cadet These grades are carefully checked by the Headmaster, and steps are nmmednately taken to correct any fallures, not Waltlflg untll the end of the 2 Weeks report perlod l64l - . f 7 Supervised Study SENIORS Am get C Anderson II Angle W Atwell W Ayala L A Badger E Balaguer F A Balasqunde J L Barker C R Benton C H Berman Bevlns G R Bnckers S L Bond C Boughton W E Brenthaupt W C Brothers R G ' ,J- - , J- J-, , J- - , ., Jr. , .E. Baldwin, T. W , . ., Jr. , J. L. , .M. Brown C E SENIORS Brown G G Busroe F M Burton R L Jr Callus C I.. r Campbell G H Canfield C R Carter G K Chandler Clark D C Jr Coffee Cooper Cornnell A R Couch J W Currm G S Creech Czmtos A G Darden E C II X - -,J- ,T.E. ,J.D. ,R.L. .J-WV SENIGRS Dorsett H C Downs F A Dudlex Edmundson R G Flay J F Fnorxca V F1rnsvnorth H Flanagan S S Garrett R D French Ga ACJr Goheen Goodvs 1n C r Gordon D R Gnggs W Greene J Harper R H Harrnson S R Ir ", F. E. . ' , . A. III , J. B. y, . ., . ,R. L. " , ., J . . R. P. 'k , VV. '., r. SENIORS Heaney D M J Holmes C J Hunt ennmgs E H ohns R A Johnson H R ohnston H J Jones W Kellum Lackey J B Lawler B T Lavxern J Lent J J Lopez Leslle Lormzo P L Lundm K , . ., r. ,G.L. .l 1 ,- - J , - - .l , -- ,J. . ,J-I Kyle,C.C. ',J.S. ,M. ', .R. SENIORS McDowell C R McEwan J E MCKIDICQ Vhrman G A May M Morrns R H Moore H Nuckols W H Nunnally Penrod A M Peruzzn C A Pepm Peters C H J Poole A Peterson B F Powers W D Prex nlle R E ' ', W. D I Q ' ', . . , . B. , . A. , . ., Jr. , R. E Ir Palmer, H. T., Jr. , . ., jr. ' , L. E. , . ., r. , L. ., III SENIORS Prnce B PFICC R H J Ramsey R F Randle Rnsberry R J Ramser C E Randle U Rector N H S1unders G L Sawyers P Skaggs W R Schaefer F R Jr Sllfka P Sofer Somarrnba D R A Sree P C Stemer W J ',j.. ', . .. r. , , . .,Jr. ,D.S. , .S. Rich,J.R. J-- ,J-I d, . ..Jr. SEINIORS Stolze C I-I Summerlm J I. Jr Tabone G A Todd Uzzell E C Vann L Veromca A Ward B D Wendner C L Wentz J R III Westphal P E Jr XVhalen R D Whitehead J F Wnlhams R D IV Wlllxamson B B Jr Woodyard C B Zukovxskn R B Y , . . ,.., . , .. ,F.E. , . . , .,III ', .J.,Jr. , .. Weaver, W. C. P., Jr , .. 1 ' '9 , . ., . , . . ,.. y - 'Q ,,.. , . .,. , .. ' I, . . FORK UNION MILITARY ACADEMY DRILL TEAM LOBBY OF ADMINISTRATION BUILDING I 7 2 I l I CAPT ROBERT W BAILEY Dmwlor THE BAND MUSIC DEPARTMENT The charge for prn ate orchestra and band mstrument lessons ns S100 00 per sessnon for pnano S100 00 per sessxon for students m the adwanced course S125 00 per session No change IS made for membershxp m the school band partxcnpate m any of these We heartnly commend these courses to any cadet mtertsted 1n dewelopmg hns rmsxcal talents 1nd vse belnue stronglv ln then' cultural xalue L73 V.. . ' X . 3 . , I , Q ' , . . . Please indicate on your application if you wish your son to . . . V , . x I U 3 v ' I y I I74 THE COLORS FORK UNION MILITARY ACADEMY DISCIPLINE AT FORK UNION ISCIPLINE AT Fork Umon Mllltary Academy follows the be llef that the best group d1sc1pl1ne IS that whlch tends to develop self d1sc1pl1ne 1n the mdxvndual Therefore the system that has evolved through long experlence and comprehenslve study IS a sys tem based on ments and demerzts Certamly It must be recogmzed that understand1ng and lnterest and counsel are mfimtely more effectlve than a bl1nd pohcy of pumshment But whlle offermg understandmg mter est and sympathetlc counsel It IS felt that the Academy would be remlss m 1ts duty to 1ts cadets 1f a POSIIIVC system of consequences good and bad was not offered these cadets 1n thelr most vrtally formatlve years Certam standards of scholastnc achnevement conduct and danly rou t1ne efiiclency are 1n effect at Fork Umon The 1nd1v1dual cadet who excels 1n the malntenance of these standards IS awarded merits whlch represent extra pr1v1leges or a lessen1ng of certam routme m1l1tary dunes On the other hand the cadet who lnexcusably falls below the standards IS penahzed to the extent of hrs deficlency that they are not sure whether they are too strlct or too lement w1th the1r boys Over severxty and over mdulgence find thelr roots ln the same rlch so1l of parental love and frequently there ns a wxde dwergence of op1n1on w1th1n the walls of a smgle home The parent IS not to be blamed for th1s For 1n the most delncate process nn human relatlons namely the I'3lS1I'lg of a chxld the parent has for example only the methods of hxs own parents fwhlch may not be qulte 3PPl1C3blCJ and the example of equally confused nelghbors There IS the constant factor of the boy next door whose d1fferent pattern of allowed behav1or may evoke unfortunate 1f 1llog1cal contrast nn the mmd of one s own son And there IS the further element of tnme mvolved the element that hmxts the amount of tnme that parents can spend w1th a boy ln th1s era of a hxghly compet1t1ve struggle for ex1stence Indeed lf IS a matter of prlde that Amerlcan parents have accomphshed what they have ln the face of tremendous dlificultles Here at Fork Umon under the present system many of those d1f f1cult1es are allevxated wxth a consequent hxgher expectatlon of success Through the fifty years of Fork Umon s ex1stence the thousands of boys who have attended the Academy have rn effect taught therr teachers many thmgs They have furmshed a rlch reservoxr of experlence where T75 . . . i , . . . , . - 3 . . . . . . , , . , - y . , . 3 The great percentage of parents in this country will honestly admit 3 . u .... 3 3 Q ff Y, ' . ' 3 . . . . . , ' 9 1 I a 1 i " , u , I . 3 I 1 FORK UNION MILITARY ACADEMY by present and future generat1ons can be a1ded, and whereby the Faculty and Adm1n1strat1on may act w1th surety born of proven methods Here at Fork UHIOH IS the true element of democracy that IS neces sary to constructwe d1sc1pl1ne The 1nd1v1dua1 cadet knows zn advance what IS expected of h1m He also knows that the same standards apply to every other cadet on the campus He knows that all tang1ble, con trollable factors have been equal1zed HIS clothes are as good as, and no better than, any other cadet s H1s hours for study are equal to those fo1 all other cadets H15 d1et IS the same He 1S on h1S own, and he IS on h1s own 1n the truest sense because he IS 1n an env1ronment of absolutely equal opportun1ty, an env1ronment that blesses 1nd1v1du1l 1n1t1at1ve, encourages 1nd1v1du1l effort, and rewards 1nd1v1dual ach1evement Another 1mportant attr1bute of the d1sc1pl1nary system of Fork from h1s daxly l1v1ng Many 1ntell1gent boys have, 1n the mould1ng years of youth qu1te naturally formed unfortunate hab1ts that become 1n creas1ngly d1sadvantageous w1th matur1ty They acqu1red such hab1ts because, l1ke unnotlced weeds 1n a seldom tended garden, the hab1ts were not truly troublesome unt1l they were too deeply 1mbedded to be eas1ly rooted out How much better for a boy to earn 1mmed1ate tang1ble reward for neatness, promptness, and thoroughness, to thereby learn, and form hab1ts on the cred1t slde And for the boy who finds self d1sc1pl1ne d1fH cult at Hrst, how much better that lt be brought to h1s attentlon at an age when m1stakes are less costly and the lesson eas1er learned The penalt1es for m1nor departures from the establxshed Academy standards are as follows loss of certam recreatlon pr1v1leges, asslgnment to extra study per1ods ass1gnment to extra parade or guard duty Under no czrcumstances wzll any cadet be subjected to corporal pll11ZSh7l7F71f In summary, our bel1ef IS that d1sc1pl1ne IS not a mere system of acts Dzsczplzne zs an zdea f76l , . Union is that it affords the individual cadet immediate concrete results , - 'f""T 1 Jjfww-qn.ap.Jn....fx COXIXIISSIONED OFFICERS NON COMMISSIONED OFI ICERS if :,,.,,Sx, r' , ,, N, ,'j X XX J I - 'h 2 'rl f . w f gs . - 4 W 7 ,i 1 "M V . K 'F ,Wu ,V , . V N K k ' new L.,' 15,85 'Vx -A ,ka M:-J, V ".,.4,....,,.-.-M .-,-v ' ' V k L L In k .Y H ' t V 2 5 E -W- 5 l l ACCREDITED RESERVE OFFICERS TRAINING CORPS Fork Un1on M1l1tary Academy IS one of a class of schools that has been deslgnated by the War Department as Essentlally M1l1tary or Class MS and speclally deslgnated by the Secretary of War as Class MI Fork Un1on M1l1tary Academy was desxgnated MS 1n January 1919 and s1nce that tlme has been author1zed to malntam a un1t of the Junlor D1v1s1on of the Reserve Officers Trannmg Corps commonly referred to as the R O T C In August 1946 Fork Un1on Mllltafy Academy rece1ved spec1al deslgnatlon from the Secretary of War as a Class MI School and rece1ved authorxzauon to 1nclude the Elementary Course of the Semor DIVISIOD R O T C Thls MI Course enables the student who can quahfy to com plete the first 2 years of h1s college R O T C whxle at a h1gh school level nn h1s academlc Work Smce the school IS essentxally mxhtary all cadets are under mxhtary control and d1sc1pl1ne throughout the entlre school year, and all are requlred to take m1l1tary trammg Those who are el1g1ble are enrolled ln the R O T C Course However, a quota IS allotted the school each year fixmg the mammum number that may be enrolled durmg that year Th1s quota ord1nar1ly cannot be mcreased therefore no more than thns number can be allowed to take the course To be el1g1ble for enrollment the student must meet certam War Department requ1rements the most 1mportant of whxch are the followmg For thc MS Course He must be at least fourteen years of a e I-Ie must be an Amencan cmzen exther by b1rth or naturallzatlon and an case of doubt the student 15 re quxred to furmsh proof of cxtxzenshlp He must be physlcally qualxfled d termmed by a physlcal exammatxon conducted by the school physxcnan l78l For the Ml Course All the requnrements that are requlred for the MS Course The student must pass such screemng or general survey tests as the War Department may requlre He must have completed all but the last two years of hugh school mstruc txon at the tnme of enrollment xn the MI course 1 9 . .. ..o. .. 1 . a s a. ' ' g. . Q , b. I ie' ' ill Alf MILITARY INSTRUCTION BY UNITED STATES ARMY CFFICERS FORK UNION MILITARY ACADEMY Students enrolled in the R.O.T.C. MS Course pursue a two year course and those enrolled in the MI Course pursue a 2 year course as prescribed by the War Department, consisting of theoretical and prac- tical instruction in military science and tactics conducted in the class room, on the indoor target range, on the drill field and on the terrain set aslde for combat training Students who are not enrolled in the R O T C Course for failure to meet requirements, or because of limited quota, take part in certain drills and ceremonies but receive no theo retical instruction Students entering Fork Union Military Academy for the first time without pr1or R O T C training are enrolled 1n the first year MS Course unless they are academically a Junior in which case they will be enrolled in the first year MI Course provided they meet all the other requirements Those students with prior ROTC training pursue the course their R O T C record shows them to be qualified for Students progrees through the second, third and fourth year courses as long as they remain eligible and their academic and R O T C work is satisfactory The ROTC courses are HOE given at the expense of academic instruction The two are co equal in importance Students enrolled in the R O T C are required to complete all academic work satisfactorily and may be refused continuance in the R O T C for failure to do so The student will be benefited in many ways by pursuing the R O T C courses Some of these benefits are a Forming the habits of obedience, punctuality, truthfulness, neatness and courtesy b Development of confidence or reliance in himself, acqulred through the knowledge gained and the practice of instructing and commanding others These will be of great benefit to the student no matter Whether he enters military service or remains in civilian life ,aqiiiiw a 2 E Q . 5 an .nn r My ,c , - 5 1 FORK UNION MILITARY ACADEMY MEDICAL STAFF I H YEATMAN M D B S William 49' Mary College M D Medical College 0 Vrrgzma MRS GLADYS SMITH RN Mas KATIE PETTY SNEAD MRS RUTH G TURNER RN Nurse 82 fl N' '4 N X l -. .T . f . . . I THE MAPLES Academy In rmary MEDICAL UARTERS for cadets who may be s1ck are located nn our Infirm ary the Maples We have ten well equ1pped hosp1tal rooms and 1n add1t1on a modern d1et k1tchen Nurse s and Doctor s offices Cadets who are not well enough to attend classes w1ll be requlred to report to the Infirmary and wnll be put under the care of the nurses and the Academy Phy s1c1an All food for the s1ck IS prescrnbed by our phy sncnan or nurses Our School Phys1c1an calls daxly and IS subyect to call at any t1me We know what 1t means to parents when the boy leay es home There IS always a frequent thought of h1m and h1s welfare IS ever upon the father and mother hearts Th1s IS part1cularly true when related to health and that 1S why the care of our cadets wxth any 1nd1spos1t1on IS of first 1mportance We have left nothmg to be des1red 1n th1s respect If a boy IS ID 1mmed1ate need of surgncal attent1on no tlme 15 lost 1n an endeavor to meet the s1tuat1on For normal medlcal requlrements and hosp1tal1zat1on we feel that our staff here meets ey ery requlrement l83l 5 , l L . . . . . . . , , , . . 7 . . We have a staff of three nurses on twenty-four hour duty. . . 7 . . . . 7 I ,+4,.,V, ,, .Q . I, ,W- , ' Is, f . ' 4 I OFFICE OF THE INFIRMARY INI IRNI XRH DIET KITCHEN Eywwwrww A ROOM IN THE INFIRMARY if N! 0. FORK UNION MILITARY ACADEMY Beaut1fully located wxth perfect qu1et, w1th plenty of sunshme and ventxlatnon the usual stay 1n the Infirmary IS brlef Many of our patrons have v1s1ted the Maples and they are h1gh 1n the1r pralse of the prov1s1on made fOI SICk boys We 1nv1te our patrons to v1s1t our Infirmary when they come to Fork Un1on All necessary dental work should be attended to before the boy leaves home for school H15 eyes should be exammed by a competent ocul1st and glasses secured nf needed It would be well to be vaccmated although th1s can be glven after a student arr1ves at the Academy These precaut1ons may save the loss of much t1me All cadets are requ1red to rece1ve 1noculat1on agamst typho1d fever, prov1ded 1noculat1on has not been recenved w1th1n the past three years Thxs musf be done at home and certlflcate brought to our school phys1 clan The Academy phys1c1an, whose office IS 1n the v1llage, IS ln da1ly touch w1th the cadets The constant attent1on of the Academy nurses and phys1c1an xnsures the best protectlon for the cadets The exceptlonal record of the Academy 1n the health of 1ts cadets IS a matter of pardonable pr1de In the lmportant matter of phys1cal exercxse the m1l1tary reg1me IS reasonable, regular and systematlc Dur 1ng the afternoon there IS a regular perxod for company and battahon dr1lls and once a week when weather permlts, full dress parades Regu lar1ty and thoroughness of the m1l1tary CXCFCISCS contrnbute much to the health and growth of the cadets, and phys1cal 1mprovement IS always a cause for real sat1sfact1on on the part of parents and frlends The dr1lls are supplemented, of course, by var1ous forms of athlet1cs under a competent d1rector The natural dra1nage of the campus IS perfect, part of the water go1ng 1nto the James and part 1nto the Rxvanna RIVCFS S1tuated on a plateau 1n the foothxlls of V1rg1n1a the v1llage has a rare advantage of escapnng the malar1as of the t1dewater and the fevers of the mounta1ns Fork Umon has long been known as a most healthful locallty Iss - . . o . . u m L s 4 1 . 4 n ' . a s, . - c c 1 ' . - . . 0 . Q . - l A PORTION OF THE KITCHEN FOOD AT FORK UNION Good darly health depends on plenty of nourxshmg food We know that Well cooked food 1n a properly balanced d1et IS essentlal for growmg boys XVe personally see to lt that each boy has a sufhcxent amount of wholesome food to satlsfy h1s needs and every effort IS made to secure the best quahty of food Cholce select1ons are made from a number of markets and any 1nfer1or quahty IS rejected Thxs pohcy guarantees a Wlde var1ety and the best quahty of food for our tables All meats are government mspected An adequate refrxgeratron system 1nsures a large supply of fresh meats and fresh vegetables Only pasteunzed mllk 15 served to our boys Our d1et1t1an and asslstant d1et1t1an are experts wlrh years of expenence Our heautz ully tzled kztchen has recently heen completelj renovated and the very best posszhle hotel equzpment mstalled throughout It IS unsurpassed zn qualzty and e czency Every effort IS made by the d1et1t1an and h1s staff to prepare a tasty well balanced meal We operate on the theory that plenty of good food rs essentlal to the health and happ1ness of our boys Our dmmg rooms are modern 1n every respect They are arranged m three sectxons havlng a seatmg capac1ty of 550 Each sect1on IS beautl fully txled well lxghted and the tables are so arranged as to 1nsure qulck and eilicxent servlng Each table accommodates elght persons Cadets are gnven ample txme to eat as much as they may deslre and a Hne sp1r1t of wholesome fellowshxp prevalls at all meals f86 . 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FORK UNION MILITARY ACADEMY UNIFORMS We confess that clothes do not make the man , but we realnze that neat, attract1ve clothes are one of the marks of a gentleman We there fore 1ns1st on our cadets bemg well dressed Our umforms are made of the finest Charlottesvllle Cloth from the Charlottesv1lle XVoolen M1lls and should 1101 be 1011 111011 111111 ofher cheaper nada! qrag 110111 A hr 1111 ref gear fha 11111 0r111 1051 IS COIISIIICYIIIJI1 lcss due to the fact that the more expens1ve art1cles last several years The cost 0 11111 01111 911011111 ll0f he a1111c'11 I0 the school f'xp1'11se aug more than fha cosf o 11011111 d11r111g 1111 s11111111er If IS a Clofhnzg expanse lL1JlCh ILOIIII1 he 1111 urrul 110 mafiar IL haf sc hool fha 1103 111101111111 or 1 11011 1 he 11111a111e11 al IJOIIIC The purchase of these umforms IS a d1st1nct economy nn the matter of cloth1ng as they are unusually durable and stand the hard wear of act1vc school hfe far better than do ordmary clothes The umform 1ncludes thc followmg art1cles all of wh1ch must be bought through the Academy Seruce Cap and Seal Battle Jacket and Ins1gn11 1 pa1r Coveralls Overseas Cap Iacket 1 panr Dress Gloves paxr Fatngue Trousers Sh1rts 1 Regulatnon Ram Coxt paur Whxte Duck Trousers Necktles Waxst and Dress Belts Wlmxte Cap Covers F U M A Belt and Buckle and Buckles Overcoat pa1r Whxte Cotton Gloves The requ1red umform guts the cadet two full unlforms one for dress md one for school wear The coverllls and jacket are worn for work and fat1gue duty Cadets careless wnth clothmg who need addn t1onal art1cles must purchase same XV1th proper care the umform IS ample Cadet Officers must purchase through the school such art1clts and 1I1Slgnl"l as are rcqulred by IIICII' rank 1s follows West Pomt Sword Coltee Chexrons accordmg to rank Whute Sword Slmgs as Ins1gn1a Shako and Plume Ofhcer s Belt and Buckle Ufll 01111 Ollf f Prouded or 11111101 School The follovn mg umform IS requlred for boys 1n the Lower School Servlce Cap and Seal Cape Regulauon Ram Coat Ov erseas Cap Necktnes Pa1rs Cow eralls Battle Jacket Sh1rts Pzur Dress Gloves Pa1rs Trousers Pa1r Wh1te Duck Trousers PRIIS V hnte Gloves Jacket XX hlte Cap Cover Wa1st Belt and Buckle F U M A Belt lS7l ll 33 ' U sl ,, . G Va s . 1 . . . . ' f f . . Y L. 6 I 5 1 ' T. . , . . Uniform Outfit Provided for Upper School 1 1' . 1 ' 1 ' 1 1. ' 2 . . 6 . . . 2 2 . . 3 . . 2 ' 1 .... 1 2 ' ' v n -Y V. L o . ' Y, . L -4- . , . . . . ' ' . ' ' ' ,ar D .2 t B .fl 'H I. if . r .... Y. 2 1 ' 1 . 1 K ' ' 1 ' 31 -' 2 ' v 1 1 . 6 ' 1 ' 3 . 1 . . 2 . ,. 1 1 1 ' 1 .... FORK UNION MILITARY ACADEMY WHAT TO BRING WEARING APPAREL BROUGHT BY A CADET SHOULD BE CLEARLY MARKED WITH WOVEN NAME TAPES Cadets are requested to brmg the followmg artxcles Two whlte shlrts wnth collars attached 2 wash cloths 2 laundry bags fwhnte or khakl preferredj bedroom shppers bathrobe pajamas ample underclothxng 6 parr black socks Qno other color allowedj needle and thread comb and brush toothbrush shoe shme klt handkerchlefs 2 palr of black shoes fmay be exther hlgh top or oxfords and must haw: rubber heelsj pznr tenms or gymnaslum shoes gym su1t Cshorts and shrrt teaspoon and glass fheavyj a Buble 1 dlctnonary and other tollet artncles a gentleman IS 1n the habnt of usmg dally For the convcnlence of our patrons black socks tenms shoes laundry bags and T shlrts may now be purchased ln our Unnform Department Black shoes can also be ordered through the Unxform Department Do not bring pzllow pzllow cases sheets or blankets These are urnzshed by the Afudemy Towels wzll be urnzshvd unzor School Cadrfs only junior School Cadefs must bring I pan otershoes and 1 pan Swlmmllig frzmks CADETS IN THE UPPER SCHOOL MUST BRING AT LEAST 6 BATH AND 6 HAND TOWELS l88l . s 1 9 9 s a s x 1 9 1 Y 9 x , , J , 1 s K v v y n 7 7 ' f . f . I . V . Q Q ' ATHLETICS iff? MAJOR CHARLES C' THOMAS JR CAPT LX AN II IAQY LAPT IOHN NI IILNT Affulu Dmflm 1 It fl r I 1 I1 ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT 1' '7 1 IT I XIUNICA T IIN I S Ll n ll Sf NI f mu fill I' 90 I 1. ' , . . J I II . . I I , I I I A , I., I' " ' Awl. rIff11'l" lJir"lu' lf111f'f!114QSIjI I, I Y A W 1. Q Q I I I 'fn if 1 nw V' 3 cdfxlfr. la. 14. rl1iNs1,1-iv. 111. cgxl . 2. R. . A , CL-Xl' -lM1liS U. .TCH Cfmlrffzzxq ff Cf mfv LQ f ln I 'V .2 SUIT FORK UNION MILITARY ACADEMY THE ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT For the glorg 0 young men zs In floezr sfrengtb INCE THE DAYS of the anc1ent Greeks, man has known the value of athlet1c sports He has known theIr value to hIs own body theIr value to hIs m1nd, and theIr v1lue to the emergence of hIs fuller character It has also been evIdent that the values to be gaIned from athlet1c sports must be gaIned as a partIcIpant rather than as a spectator The lessons of InItIatIve, tenacnty, and good sportsmanshnp are not easnly learned vIcarIously by lookers on Therefore, the athletlc program at Fork UnIon IS based on the needs and C3P3bll1I1CS of every cadet It IS desIgned for the benefit of the entlre student body, rather than for the exclusnve benefit of the phys Ically talented few It IS a program that has evolved to promote act1v1 tIes for the non varsIty boy as well as for the varsIty boy It IS founded on the belnef that actxve partIc1patIon w1thIn the safe lImIts of the In dIvIdual s capabIl1tIeS IS to be greatly valued over the frequent sItuatIon where many boys slmply watch a few boys play well The AthletIc Department, then, IS one of the most vItal factors In deserves the recent, tremendous eXpanS1on of facIl1tIes toward that pur pose Included In those f1cIl1t1es are THE TVTARION C THOx1As CYNINASIUXI CUpptr Schoolb THE JUNIOR SCHOOL GYMNASIUN1 '1 HE INDOOR SWIMMING POOL 4 I OOTDAI I PLAYING FIELDS 7 BASEBALL DIAMONDS 2500 SEAT CONCRETE STADIUINI INFXV QUARTER NIILE CINDER TRACK THI- NIAIN 7 ACRE ATI-ILI TIC FIELD Slx ALL xx EATHER TENNIS COLRIS AUAILIARY 2 ACRE ATHLETIC FIELD HORSESPIOE COURTS 1 ACRE SURFACED PLAYGROUND ffor the very young jumor School Cadetsj rr I f - - - v ' 9 fluencing the overall development of the Fork Union cadet, and as such, I- 91 h FORK UNION MILITARY ACADEMY The personnel of the Athletlc Department IS headed by the beloved Coach Thomas who has devoted 22 years to the athlet1c superv1s1on and coach1ng of boys at Fork Unlon The members of the athletxc staff and the mtramural sports dxrector are young men of proven ab1l1ty and are aware of the hrgh respons1b1l1ty of thexr posltxons Under the careful superv1s1on of these men every cadet IS encour aged and tramed on teams of hxs own s1ze age and strength They are protected physlcally not only by th1s mature supervlslon but also by the most modern personal equ1pment As an 1nd1cat1on of the over all athletnc part1c1pat1on of the student body 1n some form of sports the follow1ng figures are clted Varslty football Varslty baseball Jr Varsity football Jr Varslty baseball Intramural football Vars1ty track Varslty basketball Swlmmmg .Ir Varslty basketball Intramural boxxng Intramural basketball Tenms f92 ' ,. 44 ' I . 20 D . N Q E 33 . .... 25 Intramural baseball . . . .... . 120 85 ' .. . ,. ..... 40 ' .....,,s.., . 22 ' ' , 35 . ' .... , 22 ' 20 160 ' ,. . .. 20 I - I4 I l 'if f5t+g,.-nf., 543' , i, 1 7: . 3 . t. dl. s. , bfi' n fu ff: . -nav V P-", f 1 f Ph 9 1 h .- Jx, - .33 T! I 'ee' . 'B' A ,K Q --i Q 1 1 Q Q J' 5 L' I S, f 1 f 7' Q . m , - x 9 Af j ' ,'Ir.' at .I N J' - 4 it EVO . jf- Ml A X .W ' t . ,Y O , "? 'Y '1 . 4 QQ, x, in rt' 2, f . ' I, I . v ..- aff sl Li mix U1 I f x o Q- ' 'fir 1, X T v A T fV"f FORK UNION MILITARY ACADEMY -ff VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM XIRGIINIA STATE LHANIPIOINS YQQQBGQS JUNIOR VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM I 94 I FORK UNION BIILITARY ACADEINIY XARSITY BASKETBALL TEANI T95 JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM FORK UNION MILITARY ACADEMY VARSITY BASEBALL TEAM CHFER LEADERS I 96 I FORIx UNION MILITARY ACADILNIY DEI! Pav TENNIS TEAM pls,-:Q ff' ik, X ALI.-XVEATI-IER TENNIS COURTS l97i FORK UNION MILITARY ACADEMY - QA A 4'-4 4 VARSITY TRACK TEAM i981 THIRD I7OO'l'B.-XII. TEAM Rx 4 ' fr gl K? ,v '1i"'iQ B '-' EE ', E' 7 . 1 Q ... , 5..: .. my 1 Q -Y 3.4. 4",.,,. ' ' , rf 0 , 6. Q Iv 4' , ,Iii q .' 4 .1-4 . 'if ll K I ' 2 K ,fin - f f 4 f P nf? V Q' .U'.. ,.,. , 1'?,,r,v W, ' . ' T23 -. ,Q ,. , A 1 4 1 43 E , Q1 f an Jn.. ,L f A, m , A, , . Z. ,ff an ,,1 , fy? rf' "him JUNIOR SCHOOL DORMITORY JUNIOR SCHOOL CLASSROOM BLILDIXG 194 I X ' ' V .J x, I Y' ' . ,Q , A I 6' . T H . 4 I ' 'N if ' E2 ,Y A r fl - v ,Y I I . , , JUNIOR SCHOOL PARADE AREA THE JUNIOR SCHOOL UR JUNIOR SCHOOL 1S the elementary department at Fork Un1on M1l1tary Academy Boys are adm1tted beg1nn1ng at age SIX The Jumor School IS ent1rely separate from the Uppe1 School, and, 1n th1s Way, there are no part t1me teachers 1n the h1gh school department teach1ng 1n the elementary department All teachers here devote the1r ent1re t1me to elementary 1nstruct1on In the same way, all sports, phys1cal educat1on, recreauonal 3CtlV1tlCS are separate The dorm1tory and classroom bu1ld1ngs are separate Th1s g1VCS us an opportun1ty to adm1n1ster to the needs of each cadet The system also prov1des for the d1fferences eX1st1ng between h1gh school and elementary school boys In the dorm1tOry, We have a number of housemothers and asslstants In co operat1on W1th Faculty officers they g1VC close attent1on to the var1ous needs of each cadet In the classroom, elementary 1nstruct1on of the h1ghest type IS offered We feel that there IS a great need 1n th1s country for thorough elementary educat1on, and that th1s IS one place We can pract1ce lf w1thout fear or favor Our exper1enced teachers are Well tra1ned for the work 1n the elementary Held It IS gratlfymg to see how students 1mprose under the1r d1rect1on In 1dd1t1on to the regular school hours, flolj 'WWTF nv-www-g"'vf--'-f-fe' a supervlsed study perlod IS mamtalned each school n1ght for the fifth, slxth and seventh grades Teacher tests, as well as nat1onally known standardlzed tests, tell us what 1mprovement under our system the students make through the school year In add1t1on to classroom work, we have varxous other act1v1t1es wh1ch prov1de for the phys1cal as well as the lntellectual and splrltual A JUNIOR scnoot PHYSICAL EDUCATION c:LAss I 102 1 sides of life We have physical education classes, recreational activities, such as parlor games, hobby rooms, game rooms, intramural athletic contests, military tralning, and religious exercises Military training in the unior School consists of a well rounded program of military drill and military discipline Regularly scheduled drills are conducted throughout the entire year They are based on the accepted standards of training for all military organizations During these drills, the cadet officers are in charge of their own units, and a faculty officer is present at all times in the capacity of observer and advisor A sound, practical, program of military discipline can add much to the character and bearing of any boy We attempt to requiring them to practice these rules in their daily contacts with superior cadet officers and faculty ofhcers Such training offers every opportunity for the development of qualities of leadership found in many boys It stimulates the growth of self reliance, self respect, respect for others, PLlI1CfL1lllIX md reliability, which are so necessary in the development of real manhood We have our own Chapel exercises in the Junior School classroom Assembly Hall Here we meet, also, for Sunday School each Sunday morning Each teacher does his best not only to explain the lesson, but to answer questions that boxs will ask concerning their own well being On other occasions the bovs attend Vespers and Chapel services with Upper School cadets in the Chapel instill in our boys the fundamental principles of military courtesy by LIBRARY JLNIOR SCHOOL 3 i 4 i IUINIOR SCHOOL BASKETB XLL TFAM JUNIOR SCHOOL FOOTBALL TEAM ....L'J I JUNIOR SCHOOL BASEBALL TEAM JUNIOR SCHOOL CAMERA CLUB IL NIOR SCHOOL ST XNIP cu B 'N 1 S... IU IN IOR SCHOOL SPORTS CLL B D -5-Ap - 0 .. MAJOR ROBERT H WINN MAJ H A RANSONE JR CAPT L H HALLIBURTON CAPT CUY E CAMPBELL CAPT ROY S HARDY I 106 1 Q49-If fi CAPT ANTHONYJ 'VIATLRO A . . . . , . - - - ,M ,W , - .im R .. , , Y . 1 . . , , . A .A FORK UNION XIII ITXR1 ACADINIX FACULTY AND STAFF JUNIOR SCHOOL X 1 1011 1111111111 H XX1xx IIu1J111111f11 s1t1 01 1 S X 1 1 1111111 hs 111str1.1gtor Lppu 3111001 1or1x L,l1l0I1 x1l1lI1IX XLIL L1111 111, m ISILI unmr SL 100 11 L1111111 X 1 1t111 Xguu A1011 H1111111 A RANSONL, IR C,0HllIIllIltfHlIf OI11I11lbSlOI1t.L1 nd 11 O R C L S X 1 ASSISIIIII P XI S SL 1' 1or1x LHIOII X1111t11x XLlL1kI11X 1940 19-14 11t11n X L S 1 ASSlSl1I1f Commindmt Iorlx Unxon XI111t1rv 1Xc.1dcn1x 1944 1943 C1OI11I111I1L1ll'lI umor School Iork Lmon XI111t1r1 Xudnmx 1946 CAM I1xxxoo1J H HA1111L111ox IK 141 B S XX umm North C 1ro11111TL1g11Lrs C 0111 X1 A Stun. 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FORK UNION MILITARY ACADLNIY M155 I1s1r ONIOHUWDRO Radtord Teachers College Un1urs1ty ot X1rg1n1a 11 1 l I In LINK sXl I U'IHNlllC Suu Tgulnrs Qollngg Umursnw of X1r1,1n11 1111 1 urlx L111111 ll 1 M141 s X P1 x111 111 11 X 1111 I 1110 1 111111 M Ik 11111 ' X III IXXQSI III 1 ML Nlks Cyl 01411 P GR11 1 IX u L Ml IIXQMIX 1 ll Inn x 1111111 1 l Teac be r It It 71111 T1 IL fur It . rj . Y I V1 Y. 1 K lunl YI' Sgl11111l,I'mfk Lvlllt II Nlilitnj .X A l' -' 51111. . .Ci.Il111'1.11a .............. Tm 'fm' 1Vg.v" - v L -V TA. xv. -lun' 'Scl1ml. l' ' ' ' 1 Nlil' .Il"' .- 1 l'l'11I' Mui. tl. V. , ,xss ............ ,Ilt'tt'l7'l' l5.S., Y'111tl11'op College lun, ' Sl l. l'o'li U1' Nl1l11.11'1' 1 1 l' 1' CQA1 1. 811111111-.N I.. IJII 1, 1:11 ........... T1 'lv' IS.,-X., Olxl.1l111111.1 C115 I'111w1w11y l5.'l'l1.. 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A . . . . . . - . - , r y FORK UNION MILITARY ACADEMY JUNIOR SCHOOL BASKETBALL TEAM L 115 JUNIOR SCHOOL HALLOWEEN PARTY FORK UNION MILITARY ACADEMY JUNIOR SCHOOL CLASSROOM JUNIOR SCHOOL DRUM AND BUGLE CORPS I1161 BREWO Qfour mules from Fork Lmonj GENERAL INTEREST The authorxtles of the Academy recognlze that boys wlll be boys, that they are not men of mature judgment, that they are sometlmes thoughtless and careless, that they need guxdance and not harsh treat ment lt IS the purpose of the Academy to make full rounded men m body, mind and cbaracler, and every member of the faculty feels ibn! be bas a sacred iaslz m undertakmg so great an enterpr1se The dlsclplxne at Forls Unlon IS not stern 111 anx sense Althou3.,h II IS hrm and unsleldmg., xt IS ldmmnstered suth calmness and dellhera tlon The cadets haxe If mll tnmes lecess to the counsel and adxxee of the ofhcers and lnstructors No rule or deelsnon IS mlde that does not contemplate the vs ell heme, of the cadets If the adm1n1strat1on of the Academy finds that the mfluence of any cadet IS harmful to h1s fellows, elther physlcallw, mentally, soe1ally or morally, the express rnght IS reserved to dnsmxss such a cadet or to call for h1s wnthdrawal quletlw wnthout waxtmg for any overt act and wxth out rendermg am SPCCIHC reasons for such actxon TNQ cadet IS allowed to room or take meals outslde the Academy fl . , . Vzszffd by thousands of people, the Mansion in rfeluil is zuorlby of its original concvplion by Thomas If erson ' ' ' ll ' 33 , V - . . . V . x . . , 5 I V . . I . V A X Y . .1 - . Y . . A . . 1 3 V. I X I x. m ,- . 1 I 5 Y 1 1 1 ' I 1 W 1 ' 1 ' ' 1 I ' '. ' I 1 - . , . . . . .. r . . 75 - ' Y ' . . . . Y B . Y . . . . . . . Y . . . . - . , . . 17 1 FORK UNION MILITARY ACADEMY bu1ld1ngs except Qaj boys who l1ve w1th the1r own parents 1n the v1llage or commun1ty, Qbl students so ass1gned by the adm1n1strat1on Excurs1ons may be arranged at very small cost w1th the use of our school bus to po1nts of h1stor1c lnterest under the leadersh1p of one of our 1nstructors SUPERVISION Fork Un1on possesses the advantages of a m1l1tary academy and also those of a home school Members of the faculty, l1v1ng 1n the bu1ld1ngs w1th the cadets, are eager to g1VC counsel and adv1ce Th1S 1S a un1que add1t1on to the usual m1l1tary school arrangement In rece1v1ng a cadet at Fork Un1on, the Academy OHICl3lS feel that they are rece1v1ng h1m for the larger part of a year 1nto the1r home, therefore for the cadet s sake and for the sake of all concerned, the ofHc1als gladly assume a genu1ne 1nterest 1n the cadet and h1s POSSCSSIOHS At the first of the sessxon, after the Chr1stmas hol1days, and some t1mes dur1ng the year a boy away from home may become homes1ck Th1S 1S natural, no matter what prov1s1on IS made Loss of appetlte, restlessness and nervousness are symptoms Somet1mes boys w1ll wr1te return Parents may at all t1mes wr1te or v1s1t the Academy to d1scuss such matters, but the author1t1es understand th1s cond1t1on and always handle each case as carefully as poss1ble and we ask that parents co operate wzth us by extendmg full con dence to our experzence zn such mafters Attent1on to dut1es, StUd1CS and plenty of CXCFCISC are the best correct1ves We rejo1ce that the Splflt of the school soon cures home s1ckness VISITORS The plrents of the cadets are cord1ally 1nx 1ted to XISII Fork Unnon at any tlme They may secure ample accommodauons ln the hotel or 1n xar1ous tourlst homes and motels at lcasonalzla mfr: We earnestly request patrons not to v1s1t the1r sons at Fork UDIOH the Hrst month of the opemng of school, 1f your boy IS a l1ttle homeslck a v1s1t would make h1m all the more so From long exper1ence we know you w1ll have a happy result 1n cooperat1ng w1th us 1n th1s matter The above may sound form1dable at first read1ng, but It w1ll be agreed that these rules are necessary and healthful, they are not 1ntended to work a hardsh1p on any cadet, but rather to protect hlS 1nterests They are set forth to take care of any emergenc1es that may ar1se when a cadet puts h1mself out of harmony Wlfh the Splflt of the school TIISJ . . , home various excuses in order to get their parents to send for them to I I X I . . 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' P ' I FORK UNION 'VIILITARY ACADENIY HAZING The authorItIes are happy to announce that there IS no hazIng at Fork UHIOH Any attempt to Impose upon another cadet wIll be subject to dIscIplIne Faggmg IS also prohIbIted MORALS Any offense or omIssIon contrary to the modern code of morals or contrary to good order and mIlItary dIscIplIne not specIfIcally for bIdden In the foregomg paragraphs IS hereby made punlshable RECOMMENDATIONS REQUIRED Before acceptIng a boy at Fork UnIon the school requlres recom mendatlons from responsIble persons who know the applIcant and are wIllIng to vouch for hIs character and home envIronment We do t IS for the protectnon of our student body ACCIDENT INSURANCE The Academy has made avallable for our students a plan wh1ch guarantees to reImburse the parent for any medIcal expense wh1ch may arIse from an acc1dent In wh1ch a student IS Injured durmg the school year ThIs covers all medIcal costs up to S500 00 for each acczdent The cost IS S12 00 for tlIe entIre SCSSIOII, and any 1LC1dCllI1 IS covered whether at school, at home or whIle travelmg MARKING Eterj article brought rom home must be 1716111115 and llllitllblgj marked wztb the owners all name Um orms and CIOfl9II1g ISSZICII at flae Academy wzll be marked bj the Aeademg DECORATIONS Excellence ID the AcademIc Department 1S rewarded by the prIvIlege of wearmg the AcademIc Star For each three months term of work a sIlx er star 15 gIven Any cadet wmnmg two sIlver stars consecuuvely IH one year IS awarded the gold star Any cadet havIng an average less than B fallmg below C on any subject, or whose conduct IS unsatns factory , vu Ill not be consldered for thIs award SCHOLARSHIPS A number of scholarshIps are avaIlable for Fork UnIon graduates, In varIous colleges and unIversItIes In the UnIted States These scholar shIps are avs arded on merIt and our recommendatIons II9 4 I . . . . 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' -Q, W W 'nf v 'f in ln' 5' x -.,,, ..- ,. . ,1 - - -- ag 1 I Wlx " lr l ' ff -iff-, ' 1 1 B ,Q V .t -0 r ,g ' 1 2 is In ffm R T . ,hd - -cniir 0 U 1- FORK UNION MILITARY ACADEMY HISTORY HE LAND now comprIsIng the Academy campus has the unIque dIstInctIon of never havIng been sold In early colonIal txmes If was part of a large tract of land whIch was deeded by the Enghsh Kmg to one of hIs favorItes The partIcular part of thIs tract of Wh1Ch 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 Un1on MIlItary Academy The school IS now controlled by a Board of Trustees The vlllage of Fork UDIOH has for many generatIons been noted for ICS 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 bemg among the number The InevItable result has been a hIgh Intellectual standard among the people and a SIHCCFC 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 vI11age of Fork Un1on Wlth WhlCh Dr Hatcher had been IntImately 3SSOCl3tCd for fifty years jomed together to establIsh the present Academy A very deslrable tract of land was donated buIldIngs were erected and a corps of Instructors provxded A few years later the growth of the Academy necessItated So successful was the Academy In 1tS program of properly traInIng boys for the challenge of hfe that ILS growth was rapId Through the generous support of many devoted IndIvIduals and the BaptIst denoml natIon added facIlItIes were provIded untIl today It IS one of the largest of ILS kInd In the entIre country LOCATION IN THE HILLS OF VIRGINIA THE MOTHER OF STATES HE LOCATION gIves Fork UHIOH a great advantage The Academy 1S 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 1S two mIles from Fork UDIOD StatIon on the Vlfglnla AIr LIne DIvIsIon of the Chesapeake and OhIo RaIlway and four mIles from Bremo StatIon on the Iames RIver DIvIsIon of the Chesapeake and OhIo Rallway Federal HIghway Nos 211 and 15 from WashIngton D C to RaleIgh N C and State HIghway No 6 runnIng west out of Rlchmond up the James RIver Valley cross at Fork Unxon gIvIng good auto roads north south east and west Bus SCIVICC from Rlchmond daIly Leave R1Chm0nd 8 30 A M 4 P M and fl261 I I . -1 I I I , I l I , . E . , n s l , I ' , , . . . D other buildings, which were promptly erected. 7 D . . I . D , 9 ' 'a . J ' 'J I ' y 5 , a 1 - , . . ., . ., FORK UNION BIILITARY ACADISRIY 6 P.M. on week-days. On Sundays the last bus leaves Richmond at 8 P.M. instead of 6 P.M. Leave Fork Union returning 6:35 A.M., except Sundays and Holidays, 8:20 A.M. and 5:40 P.M. daily. Bus service from Charlottesville daily. Leave Charlottesville 5:45 P.M. Leave lfork Union 6:15 A.M., except Sundays and I-lolidays. Passengers from XX ashington, D C , ire requested to malse connec tions for fork Union X11 Richmond, X lI'f,lI1l1,01 Charlottesy ille, X irginn There are two mails daily each wav md long distance telephone and telegraph facilities Telegraph office Bremo, Virginia, or Fork Union V11 Charlottesville W estern Union MAP SHOWING LOCATION OF CLIFTON FORGE ROANOKE Gt FORK UNION MILITARY ACADEMY wm-I HIGHWAY AND RAIL ROAD CONNECTIONS ED ow STAUNTO fa" SCALE OF MILES Hmnusowauac W'-'UE ORANG 155 A016 93.0 we W LNYR ORK N 0 PLAD mmf- 'L MUN YNCHBJRG mnnzviuz A91 WASHINGTON HEDERICKSBUFIG SWELL RICHMOND Pcfznsaanc Route No I9 from Richmond to Fork Lmon has been changed to ING 6 II77 5 K 1 1 V7 ' 1 l I ' K 5 A 1 u c A t - . 4 . v.t . 7. 7. .K D K l v. X 7. . .K- e e I ' , 4 . e I . . Y. 1 , . I . e . I I o a no za Jo oo fx: . 5 l F ..-..- f N 1 J B' cw . 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A . , . , 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 A long as a cadet is at Fork U on he is under school regulations When transportation is furnished by the Academy fiom 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 requiie cadets to purchase new clothing if in his opinion, old ones are unht cadets to consult about any matter 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 sub ordinate to carry the matter higher The commandant will be in his office daily to receive explanations and otherwise consult with cadets At no other time will cadets enter office 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 official order is strictly prohibited Cadets who intentionally or wantonly destroy, injure or deface anothers 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 moi ning s inspection 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 fizsj . ni . . . , A . . , The president or headmaster will reserve a period daily to permit , . . . . . . 4 . , . . FORK UNION MILITARY ACADEMY Smokmg wlthout permxssxon IS forbldden Cadets are permltted to smoke 1n quarters wlth permnssnon of parents accordmg to school regulatxons Smokmg IS dlscouraged and the dangers, especnally for growmg boys, are set forth m hterature glven cadets for the1r 1nformat1on and educat1on on the subject We belxeve It IS far better to mform and persuade and get voluntary act1on than to 1ssue orders and compel Card playnng gamblmg, drmkmg of mtoxlcants, 1ntroduct1on of mtoxlcants mto barracks or havmg same ln possessxon and use of vulgar, profane or obscene language IS strlctly forbldden and w1ll be ample cause for d1sm1ssal All cadets are requlred to attend Sunday school, and all servlces held 1n the Academy chapel For those desnrlng nt, arrangements may be made for Cathollc boys to attend the1r servlces We cannot permlt cadets to absent themselves from dnvme servncc Demerxts glven wlll be posted on bulletm board dally and cadets desxrlng to make explanatxon wlll do so that day Explanatlon may be made verbally Demotzon Cadets who show by the1r first month s work that they are not capable of domg the requlred work of a glven class wlll be demoted to the next lower class ln that subject Speczal Tests Cadets who are absent from tests w1ll arrange wlth the 1nstructors for speclal tests These tests Wlll be g1ven at the dnscretlon of the 1nstructors or at the request of the headmaster No cadet wlll engage 1n any commerc1al enterprlse wlthout first rece1v1ng a permlt from the treasurer Cadets wzll be granted leave 0 absence only zn accordance wztb Academy regulaizons Sucb leave wzll be granted by the comrnandanl A cadet deszrzng a leave must rs! bave tbe permzsszon 0 bzs parents Tbzs permzsszon must be sent dzrect to cornrnandant by the parent N0 pernzzsszon presented otberwzse wzll be bonored Cadffs are lI0f alloucd io Lap aufomobzles, moiorcyzlcs or flrcar ms at the Academy or Ill Ibn vzllaqe N0 excepflon 10111 be made to IQIJIS rule Trunks shlpped to cadets must have names plamly marked Trunk checks turned ln to buslness oflace wlll lnsure prompt delxvery 51291 . - - . 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FORK UNION MILITARY ACADEMY MEDALS AND AWARDS 1 The Wlllldlll E Hatcloer Scholarship Medal IS awarded annually to the graduatmg cadet w1th the h1ghest academ1c average 1n all depart ments for the four years of h1gh school work The cadet must have attended the Academy for at least two sess1ons Th1s IS the h1ghest academ1c award of the Academy 2 The William I Smith Medal awarded to the best all around cadet 5 The Balfour Achievement Medal awarded to the most outstand1ng graduate 4 The H Roe Bartle Literary Medal IS g1ven by one of our former cadets for the greatest 1mprovement shown by a cadet ID L1terary SOCICCY work dur1ng the SCSSIOH 5 An Orator s Medal for excellence 1n oratory and or1g1nal compos1 tlon 6 A Declazmer s Medal 1S g1ven to the best decla1mer 1n a contest held at Commencement demer1ts for a sess1on 8 A medal for the best student 1n the course 1n B1ble known as the Rucker Bible Medal g1ven by Mrs Wallace M Rucker Petersburg V1rg1n1a 9 The Algebra Medal for the h1ghest average 1n Algebra dur1ng two years work 10 An Athletic Medal IS awarded to the best all around athlete 11 The English Medal awarded to the best student 1n the Englxsh Department by Dr Raymond D Garcm R1chmond Vlfglnla 12 A Music Medal known as the Lester Brooks MUSIC Medal has been establ1shed by Dr and Mrs J Lester Brooks of Vfashmgton D C 13 The Edgerton Music Medal IS g1ven by Capt Reton Edgerton 14 A Readers Medal IS g1ven to the best reader 1n a contest held at Commencement f130:I , . . . . . , . . . . 7. Citizenship Medal given to the cadet receiving fewest number of . . . . , J ' ' 1 3 3 . . , , . . . . , . . , . . . FORK UNION MILITARY ACADEMY 15 The Bollard Scholarsbzp Personalzfy Medal IS awarded to the Cadet who CXhlblfS the same h1gh type of good cltlzenshlp and scholarshnp dlsplaved at F U M A by Major Arthur Whltney Bollard who gave hxs llfe In the servlce of hlS country ThlS medal IS gnven by an alumnus Harrxson C Alllson 16 Afuomf oznlzalmn Mufal 17 Brady Mtlllfllldl Mufaf 18 C M 1101761148011 Blble Medal THE FOLLOWING MILITARY MEDALS ARE AWARDED ANNUALLY AT COMMENCEMENT Most DlSIlHgUlShCd C1dLf Cmpmm Best Company Commmder XX Innmg, Compmy COHWPLKIIIYL Drlll Commmder XX mnmg, Pl1toon CTOFDPLIIIYIXL Dull Most hfflcxent 'Vlember of Bmd Squad Leader XVINHIDE5 Competltne Drlll Best Drnll Prn ate I-hgh Scorer Rxfle Team Cldet Show mg Grenest Improx ement RIHL Mlrksmanshlp Nflosr Hficmenr N C O fl3 - . 1 .- . . .. I. . 1 . , I9. ' ' ' L '. 20. . .I , . 21. 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A.. . ,, I 1' Q, ' .1 ,Xia 1' ,v.1 11 . .'. 1 ' L E , 1 V-I -, -. 1 1 " ' j .V-I FORK UNION MILITARY ACADEMY A FEW ECHOES FROM MANY Richmond Virginia Senator Robertson and I were very much impressed by the appearance of the Cadet Corps Their neatness interest and alertness were evident on the face of each individual EDWARD W HUDGINS CHIEF JUSTICE Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals boy Steelton Pennsylvania I have Just received a letter from the War Department stating that I am qualified for admission to the United States Military Academy I know Fork Union did much to assist me in success fully passing the exams and I wish to take the opportunity now to thoroughly acknowledge my appreciation of what was done for me there CHARLES RUPP Arlington Virginia You can little realize my reaction to everything upon my return to the States, after an absence of nearly four years to find my seventeen year old son developed into a fine clean cut manly fellow, assuming his responsibility at the Academy and to further find his efforts had been recognized in the medals and honors he had obtained for out standing accomplishments It was also gratifying after his graduation to note the interest the Academy took in helping tional times To say that we are deeply grateful to you and all that Fork Union Military Academy stands for would mildly express our feeling HEVENOR Norfolk Virginia I have been wanting to write you ever since Fran came home Christmas, to express my appreciation of what you have done for h1m A military school does for a lad what nothing else can do and though I hesitated to send him what you have done for h1m has sold me body and soul on your school You have added culture polish politeness obedience and given h1m a confidence in his own ability, under proper guidance, to do things, and I am proud of the improvement 1n him I know that you are doing the same thing for hun dreds of others and you are making a real contribution to the homes of the Hat10U HENRY W TIFFANY, D D R1ChmOHd Virginia I want to avail myself of the opportunity of placing myself definitely on record with your school and its offi c1als regarding the management and directorship of the Junior School The very kind consideration and understand 1ng shown to my grandson mean a great deal to a parent of a small child away from home R V MOORE SR I:133J to place him in a University during these stringent educa- ' - H. P. . . , FORK UNION MILITARY ACADEMY Lilybrook, W Va I want to tell you agaln I th1nk Fork Un1on 15 a wonderful place for a boy My son was completely happy there and I shall never be able to say enough n1ce thlngs about the wonderful work whlch 1S belng done at Fork Unlon MRS J W AILSTOCK Bloomfleld N J Both Mrs Fowley and myself feel that you have done a great deal for our son thls past year and he 15 very anxlous to return for a post graduate course J LESTER FOWLEY Charlotte N C I Just can't pralse Fork Unlon too much It meant so much to my boys mentally physlcally and spir1tually We cons1der Fork Un1on the flnest prep school 1n the C0UntPY MRS VERNON W PATTERSON West Palm Beach Fla I would l1ke to take th1s opportunlty to express my appreclatlon to you and to the members of the staff of Fork Unlon M1l1tary Academy for the attentlon lnstructlon and tralnlng g1V9n to our son durlng the last school term It was most comfortlng to us at our mllltary lnstallatlon overseas to get regular and frequent reports from the Academy It was more gratlfylng to us when the reports 1HdlC8t9d that our son was on the Honor Roll throughout the school year I am sure that the h1gh ratlng he attalned was a dlrect reflectlon of the quallty of the teachlng Staff Of Your School PRED 0 EASLEY JR Colonel, USAF AT1lHgtOH Va staff my complete S3t1Sf3CtlOH w1th your program and slncere appreclatlon for your efforts on behalf of my son Your pollcy of teachlng one subject at a tlme has proven of lnvaluable beneflt to Ivan and the general envlronment and extra currlcular 3Ct1V1t16S provlded have made a marked lmprovement ln the boy's pSYChO1OglC81 reactlon to hls fellows MRS ELIZABETH K REAGLE Washlngton D C The boys l1ke the school very much and we are extremely pleased wlth thelr progress Our contacts wlth your lnstructors have left us wlth the feellng that your teachlng staff 1S an exceptlonal group W D HUGHES Quantlco Va Mrs Jordan and I would l1ke for you and all concerned to know our appreclatlon for the two years that our son spent at Fork Unlon Due to our nomadlc way of llfe 1n the Marlne Corps Jon has attended many schools At the most CP1t1C31 formatlve perlod of a youngster's development hls last two years of hlgh school we were most fortunate 1n flndlng a school the callber of Fork Un1on The Fork Unlon envlronment scholast1cally and soclally has been man moldlng ln glvlng our boy a sound foundatlon upon wh1ch to bu1ld hlS college and future career H R JORDAN Magor USMC f1341 ' 7 0 n I am taking this opportunity to convey to you and the I-ORK UNION NIILIFARY ACADEMY 111 I IIII IX111111 IIN 1 1 Ro111I1I 11 111s1111r1I1 XII III XX III I1 .'1II1113,,I1 IIII R11I11r1 111 R11I1111I C I11 111 11111111 Br 1l III 1 111111 11 III 111111 I 111 X IIIIX LOI' C IN IIIIX 11111I11I 111II11 1 1 I1I11.1r1I11 11r11111 I I1111 I71 C IICI' I IK 11111 I C I C Il IIS I71 .11 11 X II111111 1 11111 1 11I111 R11 11 Il I11rr R11I1,11'1l XIII 111111 111111 111111 II111r1 II"I'UXCl L 1111111 III' C IC. 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FORK UNION MI LITARY ACADEMY Dams Dams Bruce Dans Harolt Rawborne Davls Robert lrank Dans Woodrow Wllson Deck Alfred r De luea Roland oseph Dennxs Gerald Eugene De Prlllo Danlel Kent Dxekmson Arthur Wesson Dllls Mlehael Hlll Douglas Don Kellx Drrscoll ames Drner Wlllxam Thrlft Earlex Edward Lee Edwards Daud Farragut Elkins Robert Deane Illlott I ester Alonzo ll Hllott Mlchael Garland l'ltn0re DouI,,las lake Elms leonarl Brooks Ill lalson Gene Garland Talbo Nicholas Alex farmer Donald Ross Farnsworth Hugh A Ill Iarthxng, Wxlllam atrxck Tauber Wllllam Edward Tello Harrx Gordon r lrgueroa ose Mlktlel llgueroa Gunllermo Inns llscher GeorI,e Dennis Ileenor Wllll3Ul Mlltotm llowers Robert Ellls Forbes Earls I-oster Charles Bovd foster Rox Thomas lranklul Stanlev Nlaynard lnrase-r ohn Colm l uentes Andres Ramon lunderhurk lance Harmon Gabberr arnes LeRox Gallop Arthur Allen Garcia XVLILY Callxto Garreeht Wrllxam Blast Garrett Eugene SllllIX3I! 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III Ixtnn1.thRoop r Iarrx David Rolnrt Waxnt Ihomis Argo XNIIIIIJIII ltalon XVIIIIJIII Clinton riln Itonardo Inc .Slnppard Rohtrt Douglas WJSIIIIILICIII D C lNtu York Washingnton D C Ivfarxland Nun York Vlithiian Xirhiin ort1 Carolina irfhini r 1 irgini irynr ir5,,ini.i itara ua Xirginu tu York xx isd ilt ohn Ro at rt JIIIJIIKIIIIIHIIJVII Rohn rt I ull ass rl n Philip I., u.1n Alberto tntrt sta ohn ostph iana Rohn rt Rai XX alktr Cntorgat Hamlin XI alktr anus R054 rs SV.1lltr Charlts Ciilhc rt ard C onu ix I X ard Daxid I is n SS ard t rn I Ilsxx orth 4 ur R n dd I SVtintr Ixtnmth Bruct I' Virginia Ntw York Virginia Nlnrwland Marxlaiicl North Carolina rf,inia N irfhinia I Iorida 'vlan I ind S irghinii I lorid1 Nun trsu Virginia Virginia IxtntnckX Virginia Virfqima irginii North C irolinx irhinm rgwinii irginii l'North C arolini irginia 7 rginia Putrto Rlto Marxlaiicl XSIJSIIIIILEOII D C XCIYPIIIII 'Num York irzginii in North Carolina North C .lrolina ir5,inia XKashing,,ton D C XNtin5,,artntr Karl Matlmtxs Ptnnsxlwania Vulltr Richard Dan Xirgmla Lmsj FORK UNION MILITARY ACADEMY Whm Frank Edward White Paul Wllllam Whltttn Richard Abbott Wnlllams amcs Charles lll Massachllsctts Prnnsx lvama New York Vlrglnla Wmklcr Edwln Theodore Wlrtz ames Edward Wnse George ohn r Wlthmgton oscph Stanltv I' X lrgmla North Carolina New York Vlrgnma Williams ohnm R x r North Carolina Wlllxams onathan Stone Wnlson Charles Edward Wllson Douglas Rowe Wilson oseph Oscar lll Georgia Vlrgmla Vnrglnla Vnrglnla Wright Thomas Essex Yeargln Wilbur Wrlght Yourlson Ralph Gerald Zerb1 Pllnv Edgar Zlemklewlcz Ravmond Vlrgxnla North Carolma lvfanland New York Ntvm Lrsu FACULTY APARTMENTS A GROUP OF FACUI TY HOMES maj ' V I I I- ' ",1 . ,T ' g' ' lf. ' FORK UNION MILITARY ACADEMY Adorun lotus Arthur Arons lawrenee Arthur Balanls George Arthur Besbrls Allan aw Blakeslee laurenee Edward Blandlng Wxlltam Norrts r Blanton ohn Ellerson Blauxelt Exerett Ashlex Blue ames Madison Blum Arthur St nrt III Brown Charles Mathews Butrlco Dean Ihomas Carnes ames Norman Carter ames Ilox el Carter Robert olls Chappelle ohn Charles c1l'IlPlJ9 WlllI3m Davlel C ubbage Rxehard Waxne C ushman Robert Everton Iyilllllhll' Daniel Stewart Dletle Arthur Edwards Due Iewls Anderson Dunnett am 5 Lalrd Flwell ames Paulxng Escorche ose Angel Talbo Phlllnp Nlcholas Iarmer ohn Howard Imher Michael Anthom Iunkhouser Charles Randolph Tunkhouscr Douglas Van Gallagher Robert Anthom Garrlson Stuart Tawlor Glllesple Blllx Wax ne Gmder Charles Arthur Glenn Carlton George Goad Rawmond r Grax ohn Sexmour Guard Mllburn Amon Haneman Herbert Albert Hardmg Richard Edward Harllng ohn Chrtstlan Harrlson Rxehard Carter Hartley Heywood Robe rt r Haxnes Carl Wooten Ha7el Albert M r Hearn Gan Keith I-eeatwole Floxcl Earl III Henderson Kenneth Rox Henrx Peter Allan Hoelnett ohn Weslex Hollex Stephen Rlce Hooper Iohn Martllt JUNIOR SCHOOL SESSION 1954 1955 Mars land New ersew X IFLIIIIH New er5eX X lI'g,,II'll3 flrglnra X lrguua Arabla Marx land IFLIIIIR X lfgllllil X xrguua Vlrgnua Vvashmgton D C Tennessee X nrgmla lffilllllfl X lrglnla lrgnua X trgnua New York X lrglnla New York New ersex Veneluela New ersex Vxrguua urguua rrgmna X xrgmxa Marx land Delaware X lfgllllil rrguua New ersex North Carolina X xrgnua lorth Carolma X lrgmla Pe nnsx lvanla New York Vnrglnla nrguua X lffgllllil XV8ShllIf,,IUlI D C I lorxda X Ifglllla Vltchtgan Nlcw erse-X X lrguua XX e st X lrguua lennsx lxanla Howell IFXIIIP, Allan Hughes Wllllam Daud r Hurel Harrx Iesllc Morgan Iwanoskl Walter Trancxs em emxan Ronald Deron enlelnson Wdlnam Ronald ernlgan David Aubrex ohnson Berenelt Exner Ill ohnson oe Donald ohnston Bolden ohnston Thomas O D onas Robert Sherrdan Kung ohn Ntxon Kxrlepatrxcle Stephen Glenn Klein Howard Phllllp Lanrlron Manuel Latendorl Charles Vxetor latendorf Walt r Maleolm Iott Games Wdson lull Peter lvferedlth Lxons Walter Earl r MQFCIIIIHR Walter Markus Bohelan Xffarkus Taras Marshall Lloxd Thaxer Matherls ohn Russel Mathews Plato Peter Mead Steven Groxer Meegan Edward ohn Muller Steven Alan Moore Paul Carl 'vforales Wllltam C Murrax Robert Eugene Nettles ames Stexens Nteholson oseph Fdward Oflll Hector Iuls Osborne Walter Law renee Perkrns ohn Edward r Plnck Robert Lewns Pollard Paul Winston Rafalskx Thomas Richard Ramex lax Garland Rehrng Harrx Ambrose Ruff ames lox Remo Iranle Wllllam Rexnolds Robert Sldnex r Richardson ames Lerox Robtns Wxlllam oseph Rotermund Ralph Wlllxam Seherer Rox Brxtton Scholl George Carlton Jeax George Douglas fl40l Xlrguua Marxland ll'E.,llIIil Pennsxlxanla lfglllla Pennsxlwama lrgnua gnua Vlrguua guna guna New York North Carollna New York PEIIIISXIXBIIIS California New ersex New ersex Vtrguua lVIlCl'lIg2lll Mlchtgarl Ohlo Vlfglllla Vxrgmta Vlrglnxa West Xlrguua Vlrglnla New York New York Virginia Vlrguua Xcnezucla Vlfglllla North Carolma North Carolxna Puerto Rleo Xlrguua Xlrgnua ersex Virginia New York Vlrguua PLlII1iXlVZllIl8 Vnrguua New ersex Vxrgmla Marsland Xlrguua New York lrgnua New ersu nrguua li ' ' I- ,' " 1 Ir. " " ' ., - 1' . f'A Q '. l.' , V V V' f" .l ', Ir.. " " ' , " lr .... . MX" " ' "- "' - lf- I ' I , , - 1 .., 5 Vir " - V' f ' 1 C . - vtff A w - ' 'v " f" 1 I , C . ... , var 1.1 '.,, I 7... ' -- ' , ' I ,... .... . ., .. . , ' - -', ' ' ' Q Iv' ' ' Y I '- " " , -Jr. , e.,e, ,Y 5 ' j Y., '- 1' - f ' A . V C . ., I. e v--- . ' 1' , , ' 'Y - e ' ..,.. ., .,.. 1' V V H H I, ' " v ' . U V',"l .Y ,. V H ., 4 ', ' ,... , V' f" - ',I -. ,. ., ' ' . I' . , . . '. Y, - .'. , - " ' l lr. 7' ' ' ' , " ,. , . .. New' ' gl ' ' Ir, ' I" A .. . A v I .Y A. . . V ., I H ,. .. . 'I . Inf V' ' ' - . .I 1- ' XV' ' ' .' . ' Q, - r.',, . . ,V V' ,-' FORK UNION MILITARY ACADEMY Suclman Ronaltl ouph Shtlton Rnthartl Harold Slltlx lranlx Imax bltnll ostph Arthur Smith lohn Amlmrost Smmth X.X:lllam Durwootl Smnth XX1lron Vvmsttacl r Snow ntlt Taxlor bnultr 'Xll n lf .xrrx Stark Iohn Allan Stall Xkllltam lxntlnn .Sunni Frmd Houston 5ll2,,'ll'I'l1-Ill Rlchartl Alan Swann Clartntt Irnut ftnktrslu R1ch.1rtlNl.1urltt llttt ltslnt Charlu laxlor Mllcolnm lancclot Itrman Tcrrx Thomas -I-l'1Ig,,PtlI XVIIIIHHI Waxm X xrglnra llorula X lfgqllllil Nut trsu Xffarxlantl X xrgmta North Carolmu xxydihlll ron D C X urglnla X lfgIIll3 X lrgxnm lfglllld Ifglllld X lffhlllld Brtlll NCXX York X lrglnna Vlrglma West Xlrrglnla fhomts nmti Ilmmxtt lll lurmr Rohn rt Glass lmttx am S Sptmtr fulttx Robert Curtts Xallu t xto r xan tltn Brantlcn Yxu C mr XX allatt Xhllllflfll lxcllx Xknleh anus Brxson Vkhntt ohn XVLntltll Xhulltams ltvus Latnm VN nlton Llox tl Wood fnmothv Wartl ll XXootlv Brian Wllllllll XNr.1x Charlts Blrch lll XVunntr IlII'I0fl"lX tnns Wxatt ln Iktllll r XRXHIIII ohn MllIOl1 lll'l'lI'l'lkl'I'Il3ll Robcrr Cm lffhlllld IFPVIIIIJ Nut York Nut Xorlx X xrgunm lfglllld nrguua Delaware. Iffhlllld lffqllllrl trglnm lfglllld North C3f0lll1H X IYLIIIIJ X ll'i,,IlIld North Carolmq X IFLIIIIH Xflarxlantl fl41l V.V, V I V ,. . . . V V I V . , Y- ,- -, ' , ' Ir. , I V' ' Qnir I. ' . V .V A VV I' V ,. V. , , . VV I V V V. V. .V Squicrs, Harry Ronald lvlarylantl White. XVarrcn Hn-nry Ir, Virginia f -, , . 'A ' ' 'A ' , .- ' Ir. X" Y' " D ,. , 4. I V4 - - '- V , VV X" ' ', . VV V A V In XV . .V V r . V V xy- r- '. ,V V , V V VVV. I V - V, I2 Y , , CALENDAR SFSSION or 1955 56 UPPLR SCHOOL September 14 XV6dl16Sd1j Yew Boys enter September 15 Thursdeny Old Boys enter December If Frxdfny Chf1SIIT11S Purlouelm begms IIILIIYQ 3 Tuesdu C:1'lI'lSfI11'lS FUI lougb ends une 1 une 'P COMMLNCPMLN I' EXERCISPS IUNIOR SCHOOL December 16 Prldwy ChI'lSU11'15 I'urlou3,b bLglI1S lI1L1ll'j Tuesdq Cbrlstmis I'u1loug,l1 ends M1 51 C OWINII NCI MI NT IX1 RCISIS 11471 , , , - t ,-1 , 5 -l f 1 I I 1 -,l I t I I 1 y K . x' I: 1 f , - . ' - ' . W ' September 15-Thursday -Old and New Boys enter 1 I 1 W A K I . Q ' 1 Y I 1. L' 1 ' 3- . ' - '. . 4 ' Y ' . y L 1 1 'I f f f 2 , Q INDEX A 1LttLr from rhr Prgsldant Acldemlc Deplrtment App11c1t1on B11n1x Athlgtla Dgputmgnt Bruno Qllgndir Scssnon 1954 1955 Commcrcul Dcplrtmgnt Dgscrlptlon of Coursns D1p1om1 Rgqunrcmcnts Fxtrlct from Cider RL,Q,U1lf11JI1S Puultx Pxm 89 99 '7 1'111lflL111 Insrde b1L1i Loser Food it Pork Lmon GLncr11 Course Gv.mr11 Interpst G1 lC1L1lILS Hlstorx md Logltlon umor School Lomtxon N1LL1lt.l1 Nlllntlry Dgplrtmnnt A Niothar s Problem Musxc Drplrtmrnt Qfhurs of l5xL1IN1I"115Il'1I1OI'1 Post G1 11111111 Qouxsg Rall lon Rrmrdul Rudmg Rusgru Ofhcrrs Tmmmg Corps Rostgr ot Cldnts School Plmr r15LSIlI110I'11l1S Trustus Lmtorms XX har to Brma, 11431 65 71 5 7 7 91 87 98 88 fx L D L ' 49 'K ' L ' 144 - 117 1 - t - ' - 14- I 1 ' 54 ,. ' ' , 56 ' 3 2 ' f L 50 Q ,. 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