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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 18 December 1947

Page Four Co-editors Lunch With Miss Allen To meet Miss Laura Jean Allen, the designer of Rex-teen compacts, Phyllis Broaddus and Audrey Williams were invited to have lunch last Tuesday a week ago in Miller and Rhoads Tea Room. Miss Allen is a young lady who has made herself quite famous in this line -of work. She has a standing contract with Rex-teen company to draw designs along the teen-age line. Miss Frances Allen, her sister, is Laura Jean's manager and was present .at the 'luncheon. After attending an art school in Philadelphia for four years, Miss Allen made a portfolio of her work and took it to various art directors and magazines. "They either liked my work or thev didn't," smiled Miss Launa Jean, as she explained how she got started in her work. This young lady likes to work with leather and to sew, especially coats and suits. She had with her an attractive pocket book she had made with leather modeled after a saddle bag. In the future she hopes to get into fine arts, as s...

Publication Title: Monocle, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 18 December 1947

December 18, 1947 Best Season Since 1942 Justices Say Teamwork Played Important Part In Their '47 Comeback John Marshall's football team finished its best season since 1942, Thanksgiving morning, when the Justices smothered Petersburg High with a glorious 20 to 6 victory. This surprise team of the year won the City and Central District championships and placed second in State competition. It lost only one game out of ten, while in the previous year it 'lost nine out of the ten played. Spout Wings Jayem boys got off to a slow start when defeating Victoria by a close score, but after playing this class B school, they looked as though they had sprouted wings. The Big Blue team romped over Benedictine, 20 to o, a score which got them rolling to a succecssful season. The 'Marshallites scored 143 points to their opponents' 51. Scores of Games Played This Season J- M. Opponents € Victoria o 2 Benedictine .. o 28 St Christopher 6 o Woodrow Wilson 12 2 —,,,, Jefferson Senior <0 21...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 18 December 1947

Page Six SPOTLIGHT on By NANCY and MARY ANN Greetings, fellow Marshallites! Let's meet some more students whom we see in our classrooms. Teabo J ames William Teabo, Jr., better known to his friends as Teabo, is a senior of room 203. His favorite subject is history, which he finds quite interesting. Teabo attended all the football games this year and enjoyed cheering for the Justices. Besides being interested in school activities, Teabo enjoys attending All Saint's Church, where he sings bass in the choir and is president of the young peoples' group. When asked what he wants for Christmas, this brown-eyed, curly-hair-ed senior replied, "I'm looking for someone who -wants to trade a fourwheeler for a two-wheeler." After graduating, Teaibo plans to attend college in preparation for becoming either a minister or a dentist, i • This blonde-haired, blue-eyed senior is known by as many names as four. She is really Janie Drucilla Marshall 1 but has acquired the names of iDru and Blushy. Bes...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 15 January 1948

I wish that I might run away At certain times of year; Especially when teachers say, "Time for tests is here." Vol. XXI (18th Year) No. 8 Cadets Hold Competitive Drill Friday Companies To Compete In Semi-Annual Drill At Grays' Tomorrow Night The corps of cadets will hold its semr-annual competitive drill on the floor of the Grays' Armory tomorrow night. Beginning at 7:30 iP. M. the Band will have a concert. Some of the pieces will toe "Knightsbridge March" by Coates, "Park Avenue Fantasy" by Melneck-Leidzen, "Cypress Silhouette" by Bennett, "Tropical" by Gould, "Theme from the Piano Concerto B flat Minor" by Tschiakowsky, and "National Emblem" by Bagley. Next will toe the presentation of the sponsors of the corps. Three Judges The three judges will be Colonel Lewis I. Held, Infantry Reserves and president of Virginia Department Reserve Officers Association, who will be senior judge; Major Thomas W. Anderson, Infantry, Instructor 176 th Infantry, Virginia National Guard; Major Edward...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 15 January 1948

Page Two THE MONOCLE (ESTABLIS HE D 192 9 ) Published Bi-Weekly during the school year by the Students of JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL RICHMOND, 19, VIRGINIA PRINTED BY THE DIETZ PRINTING COMPANY. 109 EAST CARY STREET MEMBER: Southern Inters* holastic 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 Phyllis Broaddus, Audrey Williams Feature Editors, ... ... .Bettie Jarrett, Shirley Enrou^hty Sports Editors Thomas Arnold, Brad Peasley, Joe Spivey Business Managers Virginia Ridenour, Mary Lou Rose Circulation Managers Lillian Caviness, Lewis Crump Exchange Editors, Fay Mitchell, Peggy Tinder Art Editor John Njre Fashion Editor... Mary Ann Gilatis Alumni Editor..... Janette Mays Cadet Editor Monroe Jeffcoat Copy Editors Joyce Harvey, Robert Hughes, Arlene Bramham Assistants to 5taff........ Norman Dodl, Ann Marie Nunnally, Claude Talley, Janet Bev.erly, Freddy Ann Bailey, Pat ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 15 January 1948

January 15, 1948 John Marshall Wins in Overtime Period Jayem Edges Wave 33-30 As Huff Makes Tying Score, Game Goes into Overtime And Crowd Goes Wild John Marshall's basketball! team started the season off with a thriller, last Friday night, when they edged out the Crimson Wave of Petersburg in Grays' Armory here. With their new uniforms on, the Jayem boys were a keen looking outfit. First Period Score —9 to 4 Frank Hoffman, Justice forward, and Bert Stuhblevine, Wave center, jumped at midcourt to open the game. Stubblevine tapped the ball to one of Petersburg's men, and the Crimson man took the ball down to the basket for a score. Throughout the rest of the first period, the Marshallites looked as though they hadn't found themselves. At the end of this period the score was 9 to 4, in favor of Petersburg. In the second quarter, Jayem got three points to the Waves' eight, thus making the score Petersburg, 17, John Marshall 1 , 7. During the half-time, the Justice cheer leaders led the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 15 January 1948

Page Four SPOTLIGHT mm Marahallltaa By SHIRLEY and BETTIE Happy New Year, felilow Marshallites! To wish you the same greeting are a few other students seen often around John 'Marshall's halls. Wji II Don't let that name fool J you, friends. Freddy Ann Bailey is a girl! She's rather on the short side, with dark hair and nice brown eyes. As Freddy Ann is a member of the journalism class and has made the Monocle staff, she's often buzzing around Jayem in search of current news. "Singing in the opera class," remarked Freddy, "is certainly fun and how I enjoy that olass!" What's more, this energetic lass can do the ballet, too. Some talent, I'd say. An officer in the band i 9 rUTtip L ew j s c rumi p ) who plays the clarinet. As a member of the Monocle staff, Lewis was rewarded ifor his good work on the staff by becoming .a member of the Quill and Scroll 1 (Society last month. Then, too, he is in the National Honor Society and in the Key Club. This iboy seems to be kept quite busy what w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 19 February 1948

53 Cadets Graduate Honor Society Elects Officers Nation Observes February 22 141 Make Honor Roll Vol. XXI (18th Year) No. 9 ■f IL° : f jm mi r- >r m i W J -">% | |||t |JI lifffM ||j|. > Hi ■ ■ / ■ '■■ ; tefifli C' x 1 HHHr u Km ' j«lr 8 llBiH IHk. ■■■■^^■■■■■■nHnHl —Richmond Nevis-Leader. Dr. Fred B. Dixon, Evelyn Barker, First Lieutenant Claude T alley. Senior Cadets Get Discharge * Corps Loses Fifty-Three At Graduation Exercises Held in School Auditorium Cadets ranging from the rank of first captain to private received their discharge papers in the auditorium Thursday, January 29. Starting in the armory, • the corps went through the regular P. M. formation. After this, graduates formed on the line of staff and removed their hats as the remaining men of the corps passed in review. Welcome Recruits Returning to their companies, they welcomed the recruits into the corps as second drill men. Major William W. Brock, Jr., Commandant of the Corps, opened ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 19 February 1948

Page Two THE MONOCLE (ESTABLISHED 1 929 ) Published Bi-Weekly during the school year by the Students of JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL RICHMOND, 19, VIRGINIA PRINTED BY THE DIETZ PRINTING COMPANY. 109 EAST CARY STREET MEMBER: Southern Inter 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 ...Mary Lou Nussman, Martha Reuss Managing Editor .. Claude Talley Make-up Editor .Norman Dodl Feature Editors Freddy Ann Bailey, Nancy Gouger, Alice Tuck Sports Editors Charles Heath, Warren Lone, Tommy Arnold Sports Reporters Charles Manfred Clary, Lee Early, Robert Parrish Business Managers Frances Durrette, Patricia Nunnally Circulation Manager Geraldine Kramer Exchange Editor .Evelyn Barker Reporters and Business Assistants Jacquelyne Barnard, Julia Anne Carter, Mary Lee Croom, Fay Dixon, Virginia Eubank, Charlotte Folkes, Mary Ann Francis, Bobbv Johnston, Bruce Justis, Thoma...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 19 February 1948

February 19, 1948 Justice Win 11, Lose 1, as Season Continues Jay em Wins Score 51-39 Playing their first top-notch ball game, the Justices trounced Maury High of Norfolk, 51 to 39, at the Blues Armory, January 16. Ted Filer started the Marshallites rolling, by taking the top and dribbling in for a lay-up. ! Keeping the lead all the way, John Marshall displayed good team work. Lanky Paul Gentry led the victors with 21 points, while Ted Filer was second with 13. Gentry Leads Scoring Paul Gentry led the Justices to a 'victory over the defending State Champions, Granby High of Norfolk, as they racked a score of 46 to 31, at Grays' Armory, January 17. Setting a new high for himself this season, Gentry dropped in 27 points. Paul varied his shots by shooting right and left hooks, push shots with both hands, lay-ups, and tap-ins. Buddy iSimmons and Ted Filer played a good defensive game, and the whole team worked like a machine. Justices Smother Tee jay Before an excited crowd of 1,500, wh...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 19 February 1948

Page Four Miniatures of Marshallites NANCY and ALICE Being editor of The Mflrsludliie keeps Joyce Steger, ia black-haired, blue-eyed senior of room 213, busy. It is Joyce's job to write the dedication and foreword to the 1948 book. Besides being the editor of The Marskallite, Joyce is a member of the National Honor Society and is on the library staff. Although she doesn't take math this term, it still remains her favorite subject. Joyce said that her chosen sport and pastime is roller-skating. "I haven't decided what I am going to do next year," replied Joyce when asked what she plans to do after graduation, "but I think I will go to business college before finding a position." June Lee, better known to her friends as Betty, is a blue-eyed senior of room 213 whose ambition is to be ia filing clerk. She is a memiber of the Commercial Club. Room 115 should be very proud of its singing protege, Teddy Perritt. Everyone thinks Teddy has great possibilities, and seniors chose him as the m...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 4 March 1948

Senior Class Makes Plans Brotherhood Week Observed Pate, Byrnes Cast as Clarence Girls Discuss Problems Vol. XXI (19th Year) No. 10 Senior Class Plans Variety In Activities Special Events Will Liven Senior Calendar; Dance In Gymnasium Planned Starting a new semester with zeal and zest, officers and representatives of the class of '4B are hard at work planning for coming ; , In addition to regular events, special are also being planned. A senior dance will be given in the gymnasium, iMarch 15 during second recess, and members with their class cards will be admitted. Warren Long will preside at this informal social. Other Special Activities Seniors will meet in 309W-310W April 5 for a discussion on "College and Work". Norman Dodl will preside over the discussion, and wellknown speakers will present talks which will prove not only informative but helpful to those June graduates. A panel discussion will head the senior calendar 'May 3, with an interesting topic, "On Going Steady", Willi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 4 March 1948

Page Two THE MONOCLE (ESTABLISHED 1929 ) Published Bi-Weekly during the school year by the Students of JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL RICHMOND, 19, VIRGINIA PRINTED BY THE DIETZ PRINTING COMPANY, 109 EAST CARY STREET CNTtRN^TION^ MEMBER: Southern Inter scholastic Press Association. Entered as second-class matter September 18, 1929, at the postoffice at Richmond, Virginia, under the Act of Miarch 3, 1879. Co-editors-in-Chief Mary Lou Nussman, Martha Reuss Managing Editor Claude Talley Make-up Editor Norman Dodl Feature Editors Freddy Ann Bailey, Nancy Gouger, Alice Tuck Sports Editors Charles Heath, Warren Long, Tommy Arnold Sports Reporters Charles Manfred Clary, Lee Early, Robert Parrish Business Managers Frances Durrette, Patricia Nunnally Circulation Managers Jacquelyne Barnard, Mary Ann Gilaris Exchange Editor Evelyn Barker Cadet Eidtor Jess Walters Reporters and Business Assistants. . .Julia Anne Carter, Mary Lee Croom, Fay Dixon, Virginia Eubank, Charlotte Folkes, Mary Ann Francis,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 4 March 1948

March 4, 1948 Justices Defeat Presidents, Win Title Justices Win City Title Defeat Thomas Jefferson In Lively Game With Score of 57-41 After carrying off Central District honors "with little trouble, John Marshall's cagers added another title by blasting Thomas Jefferson 57 to 41 last Friday night in the Grays' Armory to become City Champions for the 1947-1948 season. The Jeffs scored first, but after four quick points tby Doodie Hoffman, the Justices galloped ahead and stayed in the lead throughout the game. Although they never overcame the lead, T. J. threatened often. Discussions Frequent Frequent discussions between coaches and referees delayed the game considerably, but the refereeing was unusually fair, and everyone seemed to be pleased over a good, clean, hardfought game. With 20 points to his credit at the end of the game, Paul Gentry was high scorer. He broke Freddie Gantt's record for points scored in a single season. Gantt scored his 304 points in 23 games and Paul in 16 ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 4 March 1948

Page Six Workshop Gets Fluorescent Lights New flourescent lights were installed in the English-history work shop last week. This improvement is one of the things that is going to make old John Marshall a new John Marshall. The installation of a light of this type is of greater difficulty than it would appear to 'be. The first step in this procedure is drilling the hole through which th 6 light itself is to be attached to direct electric current. This hole is 3' 8" in diameter. Wire moles are then put up and these serve as a raceway for the wire. Following the moles is a iplate and then a covering for plate. This plate has a bar on which the regular lighting may easily be attached. A tube of average size is 48 inches long and 40 watts in power. In each fixture there are four tubes. There is a small drop of mercury through which electrons travel, thus causing vapors to come off. In each tube a starter ailows electricity to get to the vapors, thus creating light. In about 20 seconds th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 18 March 1948

Monocle Gets Medalist Rating Quill and Scroll Initiates Cooperative Association Meets Remember 'Clarence' Tonight Vol. XXI (19th Year) No. 11 Jay em Takes State Group One Trophy Hr ■ 1 pB Msm Hl J9 W^ : ' * IKMmPIg ll,' . . I <y . < : & • * y"% s ; ./x '/? -» * ' ✓ . ,Iv" '>. 'ls- = yf '^. v < ' ' • y * •• • '••); . v " v % ; V " '* . v> Quill and Scroll Holds Initiation; Sponsor, Hostess at Tea for Parents New members of the John Marshall Chapter of International Quill and Scroll Society had initiation ceremonies in a special assembly two weeks ago yesterday, after which they went to room 104 for a small party for the initiates, the visiting parents, and friends. John Nye Presides . John Nye presided and gave a brief account of the organization of the John Marshall chapter, after which he lighted seven candles that stood for the principles upon which the society is founded —truth, loyalty, opportunity, culture, init...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 18 March 1948

Page Two THE MONOCLE (ESTABLISHED 192 9 ) Published Bi-Weekly during the school year by the Students of JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL RICHMOND, 19, VIRGINIA PRINTED BY THE DIETZ PRINTING COMPANY. 109 EAST CARY STREET j^TIIWATION^ MEMBER: Southern Interscholastic Press Association. Entered as secy>nd-class matter September 18, 1929, at the postoffice at Richmond, Virginia, under the Act of March 3, 1879. Co-editors-in-Chief Mary Lou Nussman, Martha Reuss Managing Editor Claude Make-up Editor •Norman Dodl Feature Editors Freddv Ann Bailey, Nancy Gouger, Alice Tuck Sports Editors Charles Heath, Warren Long, Tommy Arnold Sports Reporters Charles Manfred Clary, Lee Early, Robert Parrish Business Managers Frances Durrette, Patricia Nunnally Circulation Managers Jacquelyne Barnard, Mary Ann Gilari« Exchange Editor Evelyn Barker Cadet Eidtor ............... Jess Walters Reporters and Business Assistants .. .Julia Anne Carter, Mary Lee Croom, ray Dixon, Virginia Eubank, Charlotte Folk...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 18 March 1948

March 18, 1948 Paul Gentry Bags Ninety-One Tournament Points Justices Cop Championship (C6ntinued from Page One) team. The crowd of Typhoon followers went wild as Elmo Stephenson broke the tournament record with 30 points. The record did not stand for long, as Paul Gentry led the Justices to a 54 to 36 win over the Roanoke Magicians, personally scoring 3+ points. Ed Huff and*HLee Early played outstanding ball for the Justices. Buddy Simmons was credited with the finest floor game. Six foot 3 inch Reggie Hutchenson tallied 19 points for the losers. Jayem Reaches Finals Having won their way through the preliminary games, the Justices met Newport News in the finals.- Paul Gentry again led the Justices, this time to the State Group I Championship, with a 45 to 35 win over the Typhoons. With the Arena packed and the crowd waiting, the blue and white of John Marshall and the blue and orange of Newport News came out for the big and final game. The people were there mainly to see the game, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 18 March 1948

Page Four o*o Greetings, Marshallites! While we're enduring the smell of fresh paint and looking forward to a cleaner, brighter school, let's meet a few of the guys and gals of dear old J. iM. ** * * SHEILA IMARMIGN, a sophomore, whose favorite subject is English, is a sports enthusiast, especially toward basketball. She cheers loudly for the Justices at all the games. If you see a pair of interesting green eyes and short bobbed hair around the Chips and Chatter Club, you'll recognize Sheila. ** * * NORMA LAING, a junior whose just the right sizp, not too short, not too tail, is very active when it comes to swimming, singing, dancing, and Company D. Norma has gray eyes and ibrown hair that make the J. (M. wolves whistle. ** * * RICHARD NICHOLAS, a versatile senior, can do anything from track to reading Shakespeare. 'His ambition is to be a geologist. With his blue eyes and ready smile, watch for success in what ever he attempts. By the way, if you feel a breeze fly past you in the h...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 8 April 1948

'The Record' Comes Out Corps Holds Sponsors' Day Miss Cross Appears on Radio Band Concert, April 16 Vol. XXI (19th Year) No. 12 Ann Lockwood Sonny Wills Rate Superior Ensemble, Also, Receives Highest Grade Possible In District 1 Festival Florace Ann Lockwood's viola .solo, Sonny Wills's bass solo, and the girls' ensemble rated first, or superior, at the District i State Regional Music Festival held at Thomas Jefferson High School last Saturday. Sonny, ia sophomore who came from Chandler Junior High School at the •beginning of this term, became a member of the opera class upon his entering John Marshall, tie was selected from several others to sing the bass solo 'at the contest. Florace Ann, first violist in the orchestra, was the only instrumental soloist to enter from John Marshall. Chorus Rated Twice Under the direction of Mr. Charles Troxell, the mixed chorus received two ratings, one on performance and one on sight-reading, a requirement for Class A choruses. For their two prepa...

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