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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 16 March 1944

page Two THE MONOCLE (ESTABLISHED 1929) Published Bi-Weekly by the Students of JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL RICHMOND, VIRGINIA PRINTED BY THE DIETZ PRINTING CO.. 109 E. CARY STREET Q {INTERNATIONAL) (Member! y'^tiit.l92l) LIJS MEMBER, SOUTHERN INTERSCHOLASTIC PRESS ASSOCIATION MEMBER, COLUMBIA SCHOLASTIC PRESS ASSOCIATION Entered as second-class matter September 18, 1929, at the postotfice at Richmond, Virginia, under the Act of March 3, 1879. Co-editors-in-Ckief Jean Carter, Mary Lucile James Business Managers Edward Meyer, Verna Perry A lews Editors Linwood Loth, James Minor Copy Editors Edward Coleman, Helen Condyles, Telford Eggleston, Helen Mays, Arleen Reynolds, Jane Wright. Feature Editors ." Mvra Watson, Virginia Williams Sports Editors William Hallmark, Pauline Tucker Assistant Sports Editor Gary Dennis Cadet Editor Leigh Hamilton Art Editor Gerald Worton Alumni Editor Ida Joel Music Editor Jean Purdy Fashion Editor Joyce Wrenn Personality Editor Ann Beal Circulation Manager A...

Publication Title: Monocle, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 16 March 1944

March 16, 1944 Jeffersonians Win State Championship On the SPORTS FRONT By BILLY HALLMARK JUSTICES FINISH SEASON The Justices finished their court schedule on February 25, at the Teejay gymnasium, with a 12 and 8 record. The boys never lost a game on their own court. All eight games that were lost were played on other courts. The scoring for the year is as follows: Garfield 'Salvers, Jr 165 Billy Gathright . . 150 Whit Crowell 136 Billy Moore 146 John Buhrman . ■ no The substitutes could account for 110 more than about twenty points. ** * * JUSTICES ON COACH'S ALL-CITY Three Marshallites were picked for the all-city combination which was chosen by Petey Jacobs of St. Christopher's, Spud Bloxom of Teejay, Father Daniel Baran of Benedictine, and Coach Durwood Denton of John Marshall. The same three that were picked by the News Leader were also picked by all-city. They were Garfield iSalyers, Jr., Whit Crowell, and Billv Gathright. Crowell tied Alfred Lane of Teejay, and therefore six ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 16 March 1944

Page Four «st'* $U4t By VIRGINIA WILLIAMS and MYRA WATSON Hi, Marshallites! We have a surprise for you this time. We've got news for you about a former Marshallit e who is now in the Navy. In the Navy Yes ' Th 0m a s in me nuuy white is doing OK as a second class hospital apprentice. You probably remember him as a peppy cheer leader from last term. Tommy said that he was glad to be back for a visit although he hadn't had time to miss school. "Besides going to school four days out of five, there are classes at night on identifying aircraft insignia, knots, and the like," declared Tommy. Tommy hopes to work at a big hospital or be a pharmacist on board ship. Lots of luck! Active Katie And now for ACllve MVUlie Ka tie Gil ham, one of our athletic seniors. Katie participates in basketball, hockey, and tennis. 'She has won three letters. Katie enjoys skating, which takes up many of her evenings. There seems to be something attractive about Yorktown to Katie. Could her heart interest be t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 30 March 1944

' Spring Play Begins Tonight; Cadets Have Sponsors' Day; Class Visits J. M. House; Boy, Girl Contest Starts Vol. XVII (16th Year) No. 11 Drama Class . Presents Play Tonight, 8:15 Electricity, Art Classes Assist in Production; School Orchestra To Play Tonight at 8:15 o'clock, in the school auditorium, the John Marshall drama class, under the direcA tion of Miss Mary Peple, will present the first performance of The Fighting Littles. Tomorrow 4 night at the same time and plaoe there will be a second .performance. Last week the members af the cast presented several scenes from the play before the assemblies. These previews acquainted the students with the cast and gave them an idea of the plot of . the play. I know it is going to be good from what I have seen," remarked Mary Wilson after the assembly. kTo help advertise the play, Miss Altha Cunningham's art classes constructed a small reproduction of the stage set, the scenery, and even models of the leading characters of the play. A sc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 30 March 1944

Page Two THE MONOCLE (ESTABLISHED 1929) Published Bi-Week!y by the Students of JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL RICHMOND, VIRGINIA PRINTED BY THE DIETZ PRINTING CO.. 109 E. CARY STREET C J REP JZLJ&tb' MEMBER, SOUTHERN INTERSCIIOLASTIC PRESS ASSOCIATION MEMBER, COLUMBIA SCHOLASTIC PRESS ASSOCIATION Entered as second-class matter September 18, 1929, at the otiice at Richmond, Virginia, under the Act of March 3, 1879. Co-editors-in-Chief Jean Carter Mary Lucil* James Business Managers Edward Meyer, Verna *~? rr >' New Editors Linwood Loth, James Minor Copy Editors Edward Col. man, Telford Eggleston, Helen Mays, Arleen Revnolds, Jane Wright. . . Feature Editors...'. Myra Watson, Virginia Williams Sports Editors William Hallmark, Pauline Tucker Assistant Sports Editor ■t ; ( { ar L Dennis Cadet Editor Leigh HarmUoii Photograph Editor Gerald Worton Alumni Editor ; ' ld o J j Music Editor .Jean Purdy Fashion Editor J°y« Wrenn Personality Editor »V " S n IJ Circulation Mana...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 30 March 1944

March 30, 1944 Track Tearn To Meet Arlington Here April 1 SPORT * t PAULINE VIEWS TUCKER I ALL CENTRAL DISTRICT TEAM PICKED At the end of basketball season coaches of Hopewell, Petersburg, Thomas Jefferson, and John Marshall picked the annual Central District high school team. Garfield iSalyers, Jr. and Captain Billy Gathright were selected from Jayem. Dick Hungerford and John Stoneburraer, Teejay co-captains, represented the Belt Liners; Dick Brock well, Hopewell center, completed the team. Honorable mention went to Randy Mallory, Petersburg captain. r** * * 1 FIRST TRACK MEET APRIL 1 t John Marshall will open its annual track season April 1, opposing Washington Lee of Arlington, whose thinclads won the indoor track meet at Charlottesville, February 26. During the past season, attendance at the meets has steadily declined. The success of a team depends largely on the support they receive from you. Let's back our team. How about coming out and boosting your team to victory? ft * * *...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 30 March 1944

Page Four By VIRGINIA WILLIAMS and MYRA WATSON First on many a girl's list and first on this list this time is tall blonde Frank Owen, whom the junior class voted best looking boy. Heads VCorps Frank seems * not to be aware of his swoony good looks and is shy when anyone mentions it. This first captain of the boys' Victory Corps declared, "1 like the Victory Corps very much and think it's a good thing for the students." He likes sports and is especially good at swimming. He is interested also in aviation and reads everything he can get on that subject. He hopes to become a mem ! ber of the air corps when he graduates. Frank is lucky enough to be able to finish school before Uncle Sam calls. He realizes how much his education will mean to to him when he gets into the Army. "My favorite subject is history," said Frank. "I think that's because Miss Pauline Benton is such a swell teacher." Works on 6 Record' 1 h 1 s week we're doing justice to tall, dark haired Ann Wood, that likable se...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 28 April 1944

Honor Society Taps Fifteen; Cadets Have Sponsors' Day; Captains Visit West Point; Quill, Scroll Initiates Vol. XVII (16th Year) No. 12 J. M. National Society Taps Honor Pupils Fifteen New Members Pledge To Try To Uphold High Ideals of Society Coming through the arch to have their candles lighted by Character and Leadership, in the John Marshall senior assembly last Monday, fifteen new members of the John Marshall Chapter of the National Honor Society took the pledge to "strive in every way to make its ideals the ideals of my school and my life." Explaining that the faculty and members of the Honor iSociety chose the initiates "because of their unquestionable character, their ability to lead, their willingness to render service, and their high rank in scholarship,'' the president, Jean Purdy, challenged them to uphold the high ideals of the association. Principles Explained As their names were called, the new members stepped into the aisles and followed the old members, who wore the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 28 April 1944

Page Two THE MONOCLE (ESTABLISHED 1929) Published Bi-Weekly by the Students of JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL RICHMOND, VIRGINIA PRINTED BY THE DIETZ PRINTING CO.. 109 E. CARYSTREET (INTENTIONAL) /■*M*SOtoT N> < RLL (=ET j&L — MEMBER, SOUTHERN INTERSCHOLASTIC PRESS ASSOCIATION MEMBER, COLUMBIA SCHOLASTIC PRESS ASSOCIATION Entered as second-class matter September 18, 1929, at the P°*'olfece at Richmond, Virginia, under the Act of March 3, 1879. Co-editors-in-Chief. Jean Carter, Mary Lucile James Business Managers'. Edward Meyer, Verna Per y News Editors Linwood Loth, James Minor Copy Editors Edward CoUman, Telford Eggleston, Helen rSSfuuS. Virginia William. Music Editor We Wrenn Fashion Editor. - . „ > Personality Editor " R evno id s Circulation Manager f r ' e , e " w^ht Assistants to Business 5taff......... Florine Hunt, Jane \\ g , Marian Dunford, Bettv Curtis, Bettye Barfoot. „ Fxchanae Editors....... Pat Adams, Josephine Hoover Typists Ir...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 28 April 1944

April 28, 1944 Justices Place in Tidewater Track Meet SPORTS FRONT^jSIL By BILLY HALLMARK iL * BALLINGER LEADS 'Dudie'' Ballinger is leading in the scoring race on the track team so far while Sterling Wingo is second. Ballinger has a total of 21 points, scoring 13 in the Granby meet. Wingo is trailing Ballinger with 10 points. These scores only include the Granby meet. Patterson, Mitterer, Powers, and Trainum are adding a lot to the J. M. tract team. Willie Sherrod, former co-captain of the football team last year, and Billy Gathright, first string end in football and all-city basketballer, are leaving for the Merchant Marines as soon as they are called. Whit Crowell, last year's basketball captain, has been put in limited service and will be able to finish his school career. "Booney" McCombs and Teddy Headley visited the school last Thursday and Friday. Both are in the Navy. "Booney" was a guard on last year's football squad, and Teddy was a captain in the corps of cadets. ** * * G...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 28 April 1944

Page Four Jt'a- QmtLct. By VIRGINIA WILLIAMS and MYRA WATSON Bachelor your little black book. It's Faydean "Bobbie" Bullock, who is in the drama class. Bobbie wasn't in The Fighting Litiles, but she was on the costume committee. "I've been in several little plays that were given in the drama class, and I think it's lots of fun," she declared. Bobbie says that she doesn't like school and is just going to loaf when she finishes. When asked if she expected to get married, she declared that she's going to be a bachelor girl. Learning to drive takes up most of her spare time 'at present. As soon as she learns to park she's going to try to get a permit, that is if the car holds out. PoolShark^l^lZ among us! Yep, it's true. Allen King can really make with the billiards. He can make with the jive, too. This good looking senior really goes for snazzy sox and ties. He just loves to dance and attends most of the school dances. Allen likes fishing, especially if if Eloise is along. "It's not so...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 11 May 1944

Writer Speaks to Society; Pupils Vote in Student Poll; Pilot Talks to Journalists; Mrs. Darden Shows Pictures Vol. XVII (16th Year) No. 13 Author Speaks to Quill 9 ScroWGroup About How She Began Writing "If you ever want to learn and write about people, first learn yourself," advised Rebecca Yancv Williams, author of The Vanishing Virginian and Carry Me Back, when she spoke at the Quill and Scroll initiation exercises a week ago Wednesday and accepted honorary membership in the society. She told why, after five years' work as a portrait painter, she decided to write. Painting persons with colors on a canvas is often unsatisfactory, as the subject seldom thinks the likeness is true, Mrs. Williams explained. No objection, however, can be raised by characters created with words. She considers this work "much nicer". Odor of turpentine and paint often filled Rebecca Yancey Williams's house, and her husband, whose work is in a hospital, objected to this after having small ed ether and ly...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 11 May 1944

Page Two THE MONOCLE (ESTABLISHED 1929) Published Bi-Weekly by the Students of JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL RICHMOND, VIRGINIA PRINTED BY THE DIETZ PRINTING CO.. 109 E. CARY STREET (INTERNATIONAL pig jgf (Member ( Jf )Est.l92jJ jph&!k,§gpM| MEMBER, SOUTHERN INTERSCHOLASTIC PRESS ASSOCIATION MEMBER, COLUMBIA SCHOLASTIC PRESS ASSOCIATION Entered as second-class matter September 18, 1929, at the postoffice at Richmond, Virginia, under the Act of March 3, 1879. Co-editors-in-Chief Jean Carter, Mary Lucile James Business Managers Edward Meyer, Verna Perry Nevis Editors : Linwood Loth, Tames Minor Copy Editors ...Edward Colt man, Telford Eggleston, Helen Mays, Arleen Reynolds, Jane Wright. . Feature Editors Myra Watson, Virginia Williams Sports Editors William Hallmark, Pauline Tucker Assistant Sports Editor :*? al 7r tennis Cadet Editor Leigh Hamilton Photograph Editor Gerald Worton Alumni Editor ...Ida Joel Music Edilor Jean Purdy Fashion Editor Joyce Wrenn Personality Editor V...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 11 May 1944

May ii, 1944 Justices, with Three First Places, Lose SPORTS FRONT^IP|L By PAULINE T U C K E R Zi * GIRLS' SOFTBALL PROGRESSING Softball practice is progressing rapidly at Hotchkiss Field each Tuesday and Thursday. The girls are finding the game not only healthful but lots of fun. The game is played by rotation, this giving each girl a chance to get acquainted with all the positions. Geline Johnson and Jean Wilson are showing great promise as pitchers. Anyone interested in playing softball for John Marshall, may report to Miss Helen Hamilton McKenney after school at Hotchkiss Field on Tuesdays and Thursdays. ** * * TRACK TEAM FOR LASSIES The lassies of John Marshall are busy eadh Monday, Wednesday, and Friday afternoons at the athletic field practicing for the coming joint track meet with Thomas Jefferson and Westhampton College. More girls are needed, and anyone interested in running, high jumping, or broad jumping will do well to see Miss McKenney. ** * * GIRLS' TENNIS, ORGANIZED A...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 11 May 1944

Page Four jt'a- ce, By I MYRA WATSON Do you know these Marshallites? Well, just in case you don't, maybe this will help'you to recognize them. Likes Drawing^™Z; Keeton, first sergeant in Company E of the corps of cadets. "I spend most of my summer vacation swimming and working," Jimmy informed a questioner. This cadet is a senior and will graduate next February. After he finishes school, Jimmy plans to join the Marine Corps. "My favorite subject in school is mechanical drawing. I feel that this will be a help to me after school, too," remarked this "top kick". Jimmy says his favorite sport is swimming, his best girl is Dolores, and his gustatory taste is best satisfied by beef steak. He sells plants for a local company in his spare time. Plays Piano «««'» Barbara J Butler, one of our talented Marshaillites. She can really play a piano, usually playing classical music but preferring boogie-woogie. Barbara, who has red hair and a super personality, keeps you laughing all the time. iSh...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 25 May 1944

Competitive Drill May 23; Cadet Hop Friday Week; Corps Leads Oakwood Parade; McKinney, Junior President Vol. XVII (16th Year) No. 14 J. M. Cadets To Hold Ball In Armory Linwood Loth, Doris Elliott Lead Figure; Gilbert Henley, Barbara Rackley Assist John Marshall's Corps of Cadets will present its semi-annual cadet figure and ball June 2 in the Grays' Armory, with a concent by the J.M. Band starting the ceremonies. Cadet Captain Linwood Loth and Doris Elliott will lead the figure, as- * sisted by Gilbert Henley and Barbara Rackley. Other couples participating in the figure are as follows: William Miles and Hilda Adams, Billy Hallmark with Martha Ann White, Warren Carter and Elizabeth Moss, Jack Keith with Mary Lou Smith, Ralph MacDearman with Betsy Bridgeforth, Wirt Grubbs with Julia Gilreath, William May with Marian Knowles, Warren Hubbard with Helen Mays, Robert Powell with Marie Pendleton, Avery Dowley with Joyce Lloyd, Otho Mitterer with Lindy Lou Easter, Sonny Lassiter with Paul...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 25 May 1944

Page Two THE MONOCLE (ESTABLISHED 1929) Published Bi-Weekly by the Students of JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL RICHMOND, VIRGINIA PRINTED BY THE PIETZ PRINTING CO.. 109 E. CARY STREET Hi orjte® — MEMBER, SOUTHERN INTERSCHOLASTIC PRESS ASSOCIATION MEMBER, COLUMBIA SCHOLASTIC PRESS ASSOCIATION Entered as second-class matter September 18, 1929.|it the postpttice at Richmond, Virginia, under the Act of March 3, 187^ cZedUors-in-Ch,<f N U ™Editan a9 ' rS ' Linwood Loth,' lames Minor CoPy Editor!'. Ed ward Coleman, Telford Eggleston, Helen Feature' Editors Virginia Williams sZrts Editors ... William Hallmark, Pauline Tucker lsutantS P «U Leig^^amThon Alumni Editor Jean Purdy Music Editor , Wrenn Fashion Editor,. "! J. Ann Beal Personality Editor.. •••• Arleen Repo i ds p.. Ad™. T t£u!.h"t n £m"ame' 'Grin,; Aid. B.lducci, Morirf Marion Buchanan, Faydean Bullock, joyce Burton, Tovce fcondrey Elsie Coor, La Nelle Cross, Nancy Farmer, Ann Tones fessie Lane, Christine McCracken, Anita Oxl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 25 May 1944

May 25, 1944 Justices Third in State Meet with 24 Points SPORTS FRONT^PIt By ANN WILSON Zi * TRACK SEASON ENDS With the track meet in Charlottesville a week ago last Saturday, the John Marshall thin clads completed their season and gave the school the third place in the state. Maury High School from Norfolk took first place and Thomas Jefferson here took second. All the high schools in the state may compete in this yearly meet on the University of Virginia field. Only eight boys from .the John Marshall were eligible to participate. They went up in an open truck and said they enjoyed the trip a great deal. On Monday after the meet the iboys checked in their uniforms and called it "finis" until next year. ** * * ELEVEN GET LETTERS Claude Patterson, one of last year's track men, is the only one who will get a second letter this spring. Other lettermen are Joe Murray, manager, Sterling Wingo, T. D. Stuart, Carlton Trainum, Otho Mitterer, Gilbert Ballinger, Louis Raabe, Louis Powers, Gar...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 25 May 1944

Page Four ci By MAY LEE YOOK and ANN WILSON Boosts F Company J ™ about Company F," sighed tall, blonde Ann Marie Smith, who is better known as "Weetsie". There might be two reasons for this. Her sister is sponsor of that company, but the main reason she is so devoted is because she wears the red and black colors for a certain Bobby. Very fond of swimming and desiring to do it better, she plans to take lessons at the Y. W. C. A. this summer. Besides watching Company F drill, she • enjoys writing to alumni of the company who are in service. This blue eyed girl will graduate next February, and she expects to attend some local business school. Then Weetsie will most probably 6e a white collar girl. Likes Family Car ( .' h 'J T a little private in Company C who's really solid. When he was a sophomore in Wythe building, he was the pet of all of his classes. "Times have certainly changed," he laughs. His name? George Atkinson. George likes to drive the family car, but his ifather thinks it...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 1 June 1944

Adair Chosen, President; 356 Boys, Girls Graduate; Classes Present Operetta; 104W Leads Stamp Sales Vol. XVII (16th Year) No. 15 Adair To Lead Red Cross Next Session Simpson, Vice President; McAllister, Secretary; Holmes, Publicity Chairman After introducing the candidates for the officers of next year in a special assembly Thursday two weeks ago, the Junior Red Cross of John Marshall in its election the following Monday and Tuesday, named Allen Adair president. He defeated Robert Miller for the office of president and said, "I pledge myself to fulfill my duties as president." Betty Simpson won over Carolyn rinsley for the position of vice president. Virginia Glasco, candidate for secretary, lost to Virginia McAllister, [n a close competition, Earl Savage overcame Rich a rcf Burnett to become treasurer. Joyce Dobbins defeated Dorothy Richwine to take over the duties of the corresponding secretary of this jrganization. The publicity chairman will be Jean 'Holmes, who opposed Betty Br...

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