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to have any photos, stories, articles or items of interest included in the web site.  Comments on errors and/or omissions as well as content suggestions are encouraged.  We are dedicated to creating a site that will be as informative and enjoyable as space permits.


The Rolling Stone "Online"

    I Russ McNitt have taken over as Webmaster. I hope that you have enjoyed what has been done thus far.  I still have a lot to learn and do.  Any help or suggestions would be appriciated.  And, as this site is  an official Association publication, it has the obligation to serve all of the members as well as non-members. 

Russ your Webmaster



SUPPORT!  As an official Association publication we have to maintain a site free of advertisements. 
  Contact me at: webmaster@usswhetstone.us





GRAPHICS!  Color photos of any Whetstone connected event (and the story that goes with it).  In particular, we need a color photo of the "Stone".   Preferably, underway.  Photos may be submitted in any form.  An emailed GIF would be best if it is high resolution in case editing is required.  Actual photos will be returned whenever possible.   Negatives will not be returned.




STORIES!  Sea stories that can be shared by all.




Mystery!   Mystery!  Mystery!

We have two mysteries that need to be solved.  Who has the answer to either one?

   Mystery 1:  What is the origin of the Yosemite Sam Emblem?  Who started it and when?
                                Clue:   It came into being before "58".

    Mystery 2:  In the late 50's the Captain's Gig was a gift from the people of Baltimore.  There was a Plaque commemorating this gift.  After the gig came out second best in a meeting with an immovable object, it was replace by a standard "Naval" issue gig.  The question now is, what happened to the plaque?
                                Clue:   Ain't got a one.

Lets go mates, inquiring minds want to know.

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