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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 31 October 1946

Page Two THE MONOCLE (ESTABLISHED 1929) Published Bi-Weekly by the Students of JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL RICHMOND, 19, VIRGINIA PRINTED BY THE DIETZ PRINTING COMPANY, 109 EAST CARY STREET (Member(" _ Jj J Est. 1921) Ijgpyj 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. Arc in Chief Alice M. Seal and Robert M. Thomas %£n&n. M *™ ::::::::::::::::: BS , »*« Circulation Managers Jane Napier, Joyce Turner, Arthur lyler | change Editor '.".'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.Norma' Sue Holland Fashion Editor Melvin Whitlow Weaver, Melvin Fuller, Shirley Seay, David Starke. FACULTY ADVISERS ~ . . „ Miss Charles Anthony Newspaper Adviser Mrs L;lUe Parker EUett Typing .".7.7.7.7.7.7.7 Miss Altha Cunningham Supervisor of Circulation in the Branch Supervision of All Publications THURSDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1946 "Let us impart all ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 31 October 1946

October 31, 1946 Justices Fall Under Granby Filer Picks Up First Downs From Fullback Position; J. M. Holds Opponents, 28-0 By FRANK FAISON Using the single wing formation and led by Fullback Ted Filer, the stubborn Justices held the powerful Comets of Granby High to a 28 to o victory, Friday a week ago, at the Richmond Stadium. Granby Scores Twice Unable to make a score, the John Marshall eleven put up a terrific light in gaining ground, with Ted Filer and Skippy Clary carrying the baill. Taking to the air, the Granby eleven made two touchdowns and an extra point in the opening quarter of the game. On receiving the ball from the kick-off after the first touchdown, Lawrence Emmerson took it on his own 2-yard line and ran it up to the 24 to be stopped by Foiles of Granby. Filer Hits Line In the opening of the second quarter, Ted Filer, in his new position at fullback, hit the line for <a first down. The Justices started on their way as Skippy Clary picked up six more yards....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 31 October 1946

Page Four IT'S JUST JUSTICE By ANNE MARIE HARDIN Hello again! I hope you know your fellow students, but in case you dont here is their story. Ji William Warren, better known as Ikey, is a blonde-haired, blue-eyed high senior. This former cadet of Company C has three periods a day at the \ irginia Mechanics Institute. Spending all his holidays in North Carolina is his idea of a holiday well spent. What's wrong with Virginia? Football is his favorite sport, and Ikey is sure to be seen with his mouth wide open at all the local games. I have been told he's quite a star player himself when he tackles the "old home gang" on Sunday afternoons. Be sure to look for his picture in the annual in June. It must be wonderful, for he would let no one but his mother see it. The suspense is killing me. o i Since she's at John Marshall S°pn for her first temi) let ' s give Shirtky Adams a big welcome. This sophomore who has blonde hair and blue eyes likes John Marshall fine. She seems to be doing all...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 14 November 1946

Forum Club Hears Lawyer 46 Students on Honor Roll Mr. Harwood in Operetta Corps Honors Service Dead Vol. XX (18th Year) No. 5 Seniors Sponsor Home Coming Days Class Holds Open Society Takes New Members In Assembly Sixteen Marshallites Eligible To Make Vow To Uphold High Ideals With the traditional candlelighting ceremony, sixteen students took the pledge to uphold the high standard of the National Honor Society. Frank Faison, president of the society, presided over the assembly. While the aames were being called, the initiates stepped into the aisle and walked to the stage. Requires High Standards The four fundamentals on -which the Honor Society is. based were represented by Anne Marie Hardin as leadership, George Yeamans .as service, Norma Streever as character, and Fletcher Owen as scholarship. A student must possess all these qualities before he cam become a member. The initiates walked through the arch, held by two of the old members, to light their candles and receive the blue...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 14 November 1946

Page Two THE MONOCLE (ESTABLISHED 1929) Published Bi-Weekly by the Students of JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL RICHMOND, 19, VIRGINIA PRINTED BY THE DIETZ PRINTING COMPANY, 109 EAST CARY STREET ONTEQNATIONAP PIP ®g| Member, Southern Inter scholastic 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 Alice M. Seal and Robert M. Thomas Feature Editors Anne Marie Hardin and May E. Krause Sports Editors Ted Filer, Frank Faison Business Managers Carrie Lee Boxley, Eloise Riner, Shirley Mays Circulation Managers Jane Napier, Joyce Turner, Arthur Tyler Exchange Editor Ruth Lane Fashion Editor Norma Sue Holland Art Editor Melvin Whitlow Assistants to Business and Editorial Staff Donald Doeppe, Betty Guthrie, Wiley Cross, Bobbie Brown, Hal Bonney, Robert Hunziker, Bobbie Wall, Jacquelin Weaver, Melvin Fuller, Shirley Seay, David Starke. FACUL...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 14 November 1946

November 14, 1946 Corps Holds Annual Meet Ten Units Introduce Sweethearts of Corps In Picturesque Program "Let Me Call You Sweetheart" floated on the air, along with sighs and comments from the spectators and the clicking of cameras, as the sponsors met their respective units last Wednesday a week ago at the John Marshall Athletic Field in the semi-annual event. Sponsors Wear Gray The sponsors wore light gray dresses trimmed with the colors of their units. They formed on the Eighth Street steps of the school and before going to the field received the salute of the corps of cadets as the men marched to the drill field. The first sergeants escorted the company sponsors, the sergeant-majors escorted the regimental sponsor, and the lieutenantadjutants escorted the battalion sponsors. When the captains prepared to receive their sponsors, they formed to the tune of "Stout Hearted Men". The oadets wore blouses, white cap covers, and complete full dress. Alumni, Parents Attend There were ma...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 14 November 1946

Page Four Students Aid [Safety Plan Major Anthony, Chairman Of J. M. Safety Committee Asks School Paper To Help Major J. C. Anthony, chairman of John Marshall Safety Committee, requested that The Monocle run a story on pedestrian safety, in line with a request he received from the State Board of Education. 34 Children Fatalities Emphasizing the need of such a program, the letter stated that two hundred and fifteen pedestrian fatalities occurred last year in \ irginia, thirty-four of which were children of school age. With the support of the Governor's Safety Committee and other organizations interested in public safety, the program was launched by the Department of State Police on Armistice Da\, November n. Letter Explains The letter follows: COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION RICHMOND 16 November 5, 1946 SUPTS. MEMO. NO. 1917 TO: The Division Superintendent The High School Principal FROM: G. Tyler Miller, Superintendent of Public Instruction Eliot V. Graves, Supervis...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 14 November 1946

November 14, 1946 Justices To Battle Presidents Next Week SPORTS By TED FILER vwvvwvwvwwvvvwwwvwwwuvvv Whew, thought I would never survive last Thursday. I forgot to mention a few of the football players 111 my last two columns. To straighten up matters and clear myself with these boys, I will use the next few lines in their behalf. *Charles Heath through hard work has taken over one of the tackle spots on the varsity. Charley is a big, likeable boy who besides football, plays a swell game of pool, as well as a trumpet in the Javem Band. He still has two more years of eligibility and should be a whale of a tackle before he graduates. *Carol Basket, a sophomore at John Marshall, has finally worked himself up to the first team. Carol has taken over one of the tackle spots. He is the only sophomore on the varsity team. Carol is one of the most aggressive men on the Jayem squad. *Ralph Shoemaker, a perfect example of the old saying, "Dynamite comes in small packages," has been playing a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 14 November 1946

Page Six IT'S JUST JUSTICE By ANNE MARIE HARDIN AAAAAAA 4k 4k Here are four more personalities who require some attention. How about listening, huh? Cute Trick A j 1 ' . Thats what Jean Howe is. Let's hope you've already met this green-eyed, blonde-chaired creature. Collecting oakes of soap and match boxes is her hobby. The former is at a standstill now, since soap is rather scarce. Under the head of 'likes Jean lists dancing, swimming, sports of all kinds, and eating banana splits. I'm thankful I don't have to feed her. This junior is just bubbling over with school spirit, and up to the present time she has attended almost all the fooitbali games. "In my spare time I knit, grinned J,an who is on the board of directors oi the Chips and Chatter Club at the Y M. C. A. rr That's what the fellows tIUZZy Qall Bobby Hunziker, a brown-headed, blue-eyed senior. Bobby, as I prefer to call him, was formerly in Company B, but is now assistant training captain on the corps staff. ' A past membe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 12 December 1946

Vol. XX (18th Year) No. 6 Letters, Arch Top f Figure' In Cadet Hop Fox, Faison Lead Couples; Dancing, Giving Favors Highlight Rest of Evening Forming letters, figures, and the saber arch during the figure, the annual Christmas Cadet Hop will take place in the Grays' Armory a week from tomorrow. First Capua,in Wesley Fox and Captain Adjutant Frank Faison will lead the figure with their dates, Doris Seay and Jean Fletcher, respectively. I hey will lead the other cadets and girls through the J. M. letter, the three diamonds representing the captain s rank, the spoke-wheel, and the saber arch to end the figure. Girls Wear White With no flowers, the girls in the figure will wear complete white dresses, while the boys will wear complete full dress and white ducks. Amid all, the decorations covering the armory will add a bright light to the ball. Taking place after the figure, dancing will highlight the rest of the evening. The corps usually gives presents to Major James C. Anthony, comman...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 12 December 1946

Page Two THE MONOCLE (ESTABLISHED 192 9 ) Published Bi-Weekly by the Students of JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL RICHMOND, 19, VIRGINIA PRINTED BY THE DIETZ PRINTING COMPANY, 109 EAST CARY STREET (INTCBWATIONAL) rep (SiiEEr lEJED Member, Southern Inter scholastic 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 Alice M. Seal and Robert M. Thomas Feature Editors Anne Marie Hardin and May E. Krause Sportl Editors T ed J? iler * J, r . al ? k a , lson Business Managers Carrie Lee Boxley, Eloise Riner, Shirley Mays Circulation Managers Jane Napier, Joyce Turner, Arthur Tyler Exchange Editor '-Ruth Lane Fashion Editor Norma Sue Holland Art Editor Melvin Whitlow Assistants to Business and Editorial Staff Donald Doeppe, Betty Guthrie, Wiley Cross, Bobbie Brown, Hal Bonney, Robert Hunziker, Bobbie Wall, Jacquelin Weaver, Shirley Seay, David...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 12 December 1946

December 12, 1946 % v w JBP irß,> % %A#|m I alEp C ' 1 iM jJr : *■' & ■-■ 2/1. f..u§fe'" ~:mJ§T |p|| , Ag, ffjffif >&■ rano ° "«■—,•,-.. w . ™ —Courtesy Richmond Newspapers, Inc. David Rose (T.J.) approaches Ted Filer (J.M.) Teejay Edges Jayem; 6-0; Filer and Baber Star Thomas Jefferson nosed out John Marshall 6 to o, the Saturday before Thanksgiving at the City Stadium, in ,a hard .battle. The Presidents' lone marker came at the end of the first quarter when Dave Rose, fullback, slanted off his own left end for six yards to pay dirt. The Jayem team was stubborn in giving ground to the Teejay touchdown. After Rose was stopped for a loss on the nine-y.ard line by Williams and McBroome, Bill Myer ploughed for four yairds to set the ball in scoring position. It was on the next play that Rose tallied. However, in the second half it was Jayem's ball game with Filer, Pate, and Emmerson making repeated gains. In the last quarter, the Justices p...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 12 December 1946

Page Four IT'S JUST JUSTICE By PEGGY Merry Christmas, everybody! I'll bet all of you are getting ready for the time of your lives this Christmas. D .. One cute little senior who's * looking forward to a wonderful time this Christmas is Betty Emanuel. She's petite and oh, so svyeet! Bet loves the dear old brown and gold, hay-rides, hen parties, and watching football games. And what true Marshal lit es doesn't?! ? "I'm going to a Christmas party," Betty smiled, her blue eyes twinkiling. "If nobody else gives one, I will. Will you come?" (I said I would.) Here's a warning, kids! This little gal is a marksman with a thirty-two. She loves to shoot guns .and is really good at it! An ex-Jeffersonian, Betty confesses that T. J. wias nice but J. M. is wonderful! Could those flowing brown and gold colors have something to do with it? Or maybe—? r> . /A 1 Petzold is the name, or Alvin, as his birth certificate says. Sure thing! He's our drum-major, and this green-eyed, black-haired ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 16 January 1947

171 Apply for Graduation Seniors Give Yule Scenes Miss Hulcher Fetes Staff Graduates Plan Activities Vol. XX (18th Year) No. 7 Leaders Name 'Mikado' Cast For Spring Fun Practice, Begun Last Month, Proceeding Regularly, Promises Good Laughs Lights will dim and the curtain will go up on John Marshall's production of the Gilbert and Sullivan comic opera. The Mikado, March 2i and 22. Rehearsals started in December and members of the tentative cast include Eddie Vick and Louis Noble as .Mikado; Irving Schiff and Edward Perritt, Nanki-Poo; Roy Smith and Clyde England, Ko-Ko; Bobby Gooch and Garland Gochenour, Pooh-Bah; Henry Jeffervs and Franklin Cain, Pish-Tush; Arlene Bramham and Lu Angell, \ umYum; Ruth Gibson and Joyce Minor, Petti-Sing; Antonette Jones and June Phillips, Peep-Bo; Joyce Dodson and Joyce Pugh, Katiska. This comic opera combines the beauty of old Japan with English humor. Bring Songs Up to Date Written in 1885, several of the songs had to be brought up to date. For inst...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 16 January 1947

Page Two THE MONOCLE (ESTABLISHED 1929) Published Bi-Weekly by the Students of JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL RICHMOND, 19, VIRGINIA PRINTED BY THE DIETZ PRINTING COMPANY, 109 EAST CARY STREET (INTtPNATIONS) , jfß x^4SoOs!^~™ Member, Southern Interscholastic Press Association Member, Columbia Scholastic Press Association Entered as second-alass matter September 18, 1929, at the postoffice at Richmond, Virginia, under the Act of March 3, 1879. Co-editors-in-Chief Alice M. Seal and Robert M. Thomas Feature Editors Anne Marie Hardin and May E. Krause Sports Editors Ted Filer, Frank Faison Business Managers Carrie Lee Boxley, Eloise Riner, Shirley Mays Circulation Managers Jane Napier, Joyce Turner, Arthur Tyler Exchange Editor Ruth Lane Fashion Editor Norma Sue Holland Art Editor . Melvin Whitlow Assistants to Business and Editorial Staff Donald Doeppe, Betty Guthrie, Wiley Cross, Bobbie Brown, Hal Bonney, Robert Hunziker, Bobbie Wall, Jacquelin Weaver, Shirley Seay, David Starke, Peggy Oli...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 16 January 1947

January 16, 1947 SPORTS Bv TED FILER "SEE HERE MISTER HARGROVE" You probablv have heard this familiar saying a number ot times, with "private" instead of "mister' used. I had the pleasure of meeting the real (not fictional) Mr. Hargrove the other Saturday. Frank Hargrove, a popular figure at John Marshall when the girls wore long dresses (how dreadful) and the boys wore whatever you want to call the things they wore then. In 1917 John Marshall was noted for its fine athletic teams. First among the school teams was the basketball squad. The basketball team was led by Frank "Piggy" Hargrove. "Piggy' led the Justices as captain for four consecutive years. Basketball was then played in the Wythe cafeteria. The poles in the cafeteria served more as a help than a hindrance as the Big Blue team swept aside its opponents one after another. Captain Hargrove led the 1917 Justices through a undefeated season in his last year in school. The 1917 squad was mentioned in Robert Ripley's column for...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 16 January 1947

Page Four IT'S JUST JUSTICE By ANNE MARIE HARDIN Hiya, gang! Let's put away the turkey and cranberry sauce for a while and learn all .about our neighbors. You'd be surprised how interesting they are. Short we picked M up on guard duty in front of the auditorium. He's Harry Houston, and if he's one inch high he's every bit of four feet! This cute guy with brown hair .and blue eyes is a recruit in Company C. Besides liking the corps of cadets, he enjoys all sports, especially fishing. We didn't ask how llarge his catches were. That question can be embarrassing at times! Harry attended East End Junior High School previous to coming to John Marshall and would like to become a sailor at some time in the future. Bright Lass bad combination, huh? When I say it's in the form of Norma Sue Holland, I'm sure vou'll understand what I mean. Sue, who intends to graduate in February, hasn't done poorly at Jayem. Aside from being in the Honor Society, she is vice president of Quill and Scroll and i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 13 February 1947

First All-city High School Orchestra Gives Concert HHranHMIHIH^ lb * 5 fli mm. 4% Z J *•- J •' < ■ w ""^UJH. IMK'"-IHiK ISP? ■L# ® hHH ■HUH Jfil |jf| ■r^SK^SI Wiley Cross Presides Over J. M. Key Club Kiwanis Install Chapter; Long, Vice President; Talley, Starke Officers Wiley Cross is the first president of the newly chartered John Marshall chapter of the Key Club. Warren Long fills the post of vice president; Claude Talley, secretary; and David Starke, treasurer. Sponsored by Kiwanis, the Key Club is growing rapidly in high schools throughout the United States. Aim, Making Good Citizens Its chief aim is to help its members to take an active part in school affairs so that they may become useful citizens and leaders. It aims a,lso to help keep the school clean and to aid the principal in whatever he undertakes. If the halls of the school, for example, should need cleaning, the Key Club would instantly respond to help. The club also plans to sponsor various amusements aroun...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 13 February 1947

Page Two THE MONOCLE (ESTABLISHED 1929) Published Bi-Weekly by the Students of JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL RICHMOND, 19, VIRGINIA PRINTED BY THE DIETZ PRINTING COMPANY, 109 EAST CARY STREET n » . yV H /), Southern Inter scholastic Press' Association Q Columbia Scholastic Press Association llp^ Entered as second-cilass matter September 18, 1929, at the postoffice at Richmond, Virginia, under the Act of March 3, 1879. Co-editors-in-Chief Bobbie Lee Brown, David Starke Managing Editor Robert Hunziker Feature Editors Peggy Oliver, Shirley Seay Sports Editors Ted Filer, Wiley Cross, Pat Woods Business Managers Hal Bonney, Jean Pruett Circulation Managers ....Martha Cowardin, Bette Davis Exchange Editors Bette Davis, Marietta Wood 4rt Editors Rena Dorsett, Norma Watts Fashion Editor'. J«n Kinnikin Alumni Editor Copy Editors.... Betty Guthrie, Anne Marie Hardin, Norma Sue Holland, Alice Seal Assistant to Business and Editorial Staffs Audrey Williams FACULTY ADVISERS Newspaper Adviser . - • •...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 13 February 1947

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