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

Page Four omo Alas, dear Marshallites, the year is almost ended and we have reached the time when we must part. So, before I bid .adieu, I present a few senior Marshallites in Miniature. Ted Filer, senior we all know and admire, is leaving J. M. with a record that will make his grandchildren gaze in awe at the man that was known as "Terrible Ted" of the great J. M. football team of '4B. An all-round Marshaillite that will long be remembered is that friendly guy named Ted. Jane Wood is a senior sweet enough to eat, but because she's so nice, too, we couldn't think of doing such 'a thing. Whatever Jane chooses to do, you can be sure she'll be a success with her smile and personality. Norman Dodl is another senior we'll miss. During these, past three years, Norman has given freely of his time and talents in the Marshallite tradition. His sense of humor, combined with his sense of responsibility, seems destined to lead him into a 'bright future. Evelyn .Barker is just a tiny Marshallite...

Publication Title: Monocle, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 23 September 1948

Selph Leads Corps Jayem Wins First Game Journalists Sell Ads Miss Turnley Marries Vol. XXI (19th Year) No. 1 Dr. Fred Dixon Announces Activity Heads Urges All Students To Make Good Records During School Years Opening the first assemblies this term, Dr. Fred B. Dixon introduced sponsors who are connected with special school activities, but first urged every student to make a good school record. Miss Frances Bray, the new junior counselor, invited the pupils to come to see her. Miss Thelma Keene, in charge of assemblies, presented Nora Hamlet, the student chairman. Miss Mary Lambert, student association sponsor, announced Sue Hal Lam. Sue reported that John Marshall High School will be host to the Student Cooperative Association for two days in November. Faculty sponsor Miss Arnita Raffo presented (Billy Robertson, the president of the city federation of student representatives. Billy Robertson, President For publications the following spoke for a few seconds: The Marshallite, Mrs. Ed...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 23 September 1948

Page Two THE MONOCLE (ESTABLISHED 1 92 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 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 Austin Farley, Walter Tucker Managing Editor • • ■ J™"* Sports Editors James Ball, Judy Beasley Feature Editors Mildred Glass, Lula Horemiotes, Ann Watts, frothy Walker Business Editors Shirley Jones, Billy W.lkerson Copy Editors Shirley Farmer, Jean Llrich Circulation Manager • ■ • • 2£ e , Cadet Editor William Grumpier Exchange Editor '" '^ e w Art Editor .Mary Lee Watts 'Staff Assistants and Columnists William Armour, Barbara Atkins, Margie Hall, Sue Hall am, Shirlev Johnston, Phyllis Trammell, and Eddie Hurt. Typists Christine Gregory, Kittv McGruder, Norma Gibson, June Akers,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 23 September 1948

September 23, 1948 Justices Win Game, Defeat Central, 14 to 0 John Marshall Beats Central Parrish Tallies Twice As Justices Score 14; Central Gets Goose Egg With Ralph Shoemaker paving the way up front and Bob Parrish crossing the goal line twice, Jayem opened a tough schedule by defeating Central High of Washington, 14 to o, last Friday night at the City Stadium. Although Central proved a worthy foe, the Justice eleven set back the D. C. crew with fast and hard running plays from the single wing. On their first try with the football, the hometown club moved from their 20-yard line 80 yards for a score. Alternating on plays, Bob Pate swept the right end; Buddy Melton pounded the center; and Bobby Parrish took reverses around the weak side to move 12 yards from pay dirt. Then "Speedball' Parrish took a hand-off from Pate and scored. Afebie Raborg, blocking back, made a perfect conversion to give J. M. a seven-point lead. Central came back and flashed its danger signal, Jim Pantos, wh...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 23 September 1948

Page Four LIGHT up STAGE for BIG ONES By DOT WALKER Dr. Weatherman says winter is right around the corner and with it are the thrills and cheers of football games. To start off the season here's just what the doctor ordered for new personalities. First of all let's meet a perky freshman in 205. Dorothy Shackelford, who has brown hair and brown eyes, came from East End Jr. High where she was president of her class and was a member of the Broadcasting staff. Dorothy likes music and hopes to be a member of the vocal class. Looking into the future, Dorothy says she would like to be on the Record staff. Now here's another sparkling personality, Nancy Chalkley. This browneved girl follows the trend of sport lovers. She is a member of the girls' basketball! team and plans to make the hockey team. Since Spanish is her favorite subject, Nancy is looking forward to joining the Spanish Club. Nancy's favorite pastime and hobby is horseback riding. Who knows? Maybe she'll be a match for Stuart F...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 7 October 1948

Shall We See You At Game with Benedictine Tomorrow Night at Stadium At Eight Fifteen? Vol. XXI 2 (19th Year) No. 2 V ] I: Jf j#ySi Boyer Heads Department Vocational Education And Industrial Arts Becomes One in Jayem Mr. Donald P. Boyer is the newly appointed head of industrial .arts and vocational education, according.ito an announcement by Dr. Fred Dixon, Principal. Mr. Boyer, who is 58 years old, was born in Botetourt County, Virginia and went to school there. He has been teaching about 30 years. Attended Two-Room School "We tiidn't have high schools in those days," remarked Mr. Boyer. "I received niy early education in a tworoom school." "I anticipate with pleasure the opportunity to improve the service rendered by the industrial arts department at John Marshall High School, through the appointment of Mr. Boyer to serve as head of that department. Mr. Bover brings experience and training as well as intimate acquaintance with J.M.H.S. to his new position," commented Mr. Kurt Schne...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 7 October 1948

Page Two Justices To Play Magicians John Marshall's big Blue and White Justices will enter their fifth game of the season next Friday night week, when they engage Jefferson Senior's Magicians of Roanoke at Roanoke. The J. M. team has an impressive record thus far, with three wins against no defeats and a boast that their goal has not yet been crossed by opponents. John Marshall's big forewall is largely responsible for the fact that the Justices haven t been scored upon, for with returning lettermen in every position and such standouts as Ralph Shoemaker, "Zip" Zurilik, Carol Baskett, John Burton, Don Layne, Buddy Becker, "Red" Stuart, and Granville Grant, touchdown attempts by opponents are stopped cold by the rugged J. M. line. Last year's battle between the two teams turned out breathtakingly close with a 2 to O edge on a safety. This year's meeting will probably be hard-fought every inch and yard of the way. So far this season J. M. has been playing on home ground, and the conte...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 7 October 1948

October 7, 1948 J. M. To Tackle Second City Foe Justices Play Cadets Friday Benedictine, Lighter Than John Marshall, Speedy and Determined After three straight victories the Justice crew is out for win number four against Benedictine tomorrow night ,at the City Stadium. J. M. possesses a smooth but powerful running attack. Pacing the club on offense is Tailback Bob Pate, who skirts the ends and off-tackle for constant gains. Fullback Buddy Melton, Blocking Back Abbie "Raborg, and Wingback Bobby Parrish round out the hackfield. Melvin Roach is around for relief. Men of Strength Holding the ends are Red Stuart, Ed Foster, Granville Grant, and Frank Hoffman. Filling the middle positions are Tackles Carol Baskett and John Burton, Guards Zip Zerulick and Ralph Shoemaker, and Center Don Layne. John Marshall seeks its second win in the City League after one out of state, one Group ir, and one city triumph. With this game in the victory column, Jayem will be headed for their second straight...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 7 October 1948

Page Four JEBII u fP"W ... ||g&j ''' ' ' HnMHHHHK B| —Richmond Newspapers, Inc. Jo Hull Bill Snead Joyce Filer Ed Huff Sue Hallam Class Hears Business Talks Mr. William G. Reynolds, assistant personnel manager of Southern States Cooperative, visited Miss Archie Fowlkes's office practice class last week to speak on the conduct of the office worker. Mr. Reynolds outlined eight key qualifications of a successful office worker, including neat appearance, happy disposition, loyalty to business and employer, pleasant voice, and efficiency in keeping records. Advising the girls to be at ease when being interviewed for a position, the visitor said prospective employees would make a better impression on the interviewer if they would answer questions fully and show enthusiasm for getting the position. Miss Miary Brantley, employment manager for .Miller & Rhoads, presented a helpful and amusing skit on personality traits of the office worker when she was here during Sep...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 21 October 1948

Red Cross Starts Drive Educators To Meet Here Justices Seek Group I Win Leaves J. M. P , Vol. XXI 2 (19th Year) No. 3 tied Cross Drive To Start November 1 John Marshall Pupils Busy Filling Gift Boxes For European Children From November 1 to 15, the Junior Red Cross plans to have the annual membership drive under the direction of Miss Pauline Benton. "We are hoping there will be 100 per cent contribution in our membership drive," remarked Shirley Nuckols, president of the John Marshall Chapter of the Junior Red Cross. "Each year the pupils contribute quite generously," smiled Miss Benton. "This year there is no goal set for the school, but it would be wonderful if everyone would pledge himself to a quarter at least." Students Fill Boxes Students in the John Marshall and Wythe buildings are filling gift boxes for European children in the devastated areas. Red Cross representatives in the various homerooms are taking charge of the collection. These boxes contain toys, school supplies, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 21 October 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 MEMBER: Southern Interscholastic Press Association\ Entered as second-class matter September 18, 1939, at the postoffice at Richmond, Virginia, under the Act of March 3, 1879. Co-editors-in-Chief Austin Farley, Walter Tucker Managing Editor • • ■ • T j rae r> Sports Editors James Ball, Judy Beasley Feature Editors'..... Mildred Glass, Lula Horemiotes, Ann Watts, Dorothy Walker Business Editors Shirley Jones, B'lly Wilkerson Copy Editors Shirley Farmer, Jean Ulrich Circulation Manager ' ■ p «P Beck Cadet Editor...." E A x * h E£L Edi .' or .::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::*. • • '• * '• '• '• • '• wSS Staff Assistants and Columnists. .. .William Armour, Barbara Atkins, Margie Hall, Sue Hallam, Shirlev Johnston, Phyllis Trammell. T.V—. Typists Christine Gregory, K...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 21 October 1948

October 21, 1948 Jay em To Tangle with Hampton Tomorrow J. M. Seeks Group I Win To Encounter Hampton, Who Uses Double-wing; Teams Closely Matched Seeking a (Group I win, John Marshall will tangle with Hampton High School at the City Stadium tomorrow night at 8:15. Although it will be the first contest between the two schools, the results may be the deciding factor for the Group I championship. Parrish Runs for Distance Jayem will continue its strong run ning and passing attack from the single-wing. Another spark in the Justice offense is the broken field running of Bob Parrish, who takes advantage of neat blocking by Ralph Shoemaker, Abbie Raborg, and Carol Baskett. Completing the backfield with Parrish are Bob Pate, triple-threat tailback; Blocking Back Abbie Raborg; and Fullback Buddy Meltt>n. Posting from end to end are End Granville Grant, Tackle Zip Zerulick, Guard Ralph Shoemaker, Center Don Layne, Guard Buddy Becker, Tackle Carol Baskett, and End Red Stuart or Fran...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 21 October 1948

Page Four Boys Girls of John Marshall Display Variety of Interests Mi>s Ruth McEwen the teacher in 104W, a 2H homeroom, has a busy group of students. They are busy not only during the school semester but also in the summer. Eleanor Cooper, the Monocle representative, did some traveling. She spent a week at Buckroe Beach and went to New York to visit her aunt. While in New York she visited Radio City and went to see some plays. Two of these were Fianni and Carasolle. The president of 204W is Charlotte Hudson, who went to Camp Alkalana for three weeks. Gaynell Lewis, Barbara Trible, Barbara Eliam, Teddy Vest, Dickie Shelton, Robert Tramum, Barbara Sears, and Betty Cousins, all visited during the summer the different beaches, as well as other places. Wallace Conway, Addison Burton, and Ray Walthall loafed. Wallace Conway put emphasis on the eating part when he said that he slept and ate most of the summer. Herman Gordon spent the whole summer in Atlantic City, while Barbara ...

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

State Convention Meets at J.M. Hi-Y Elects Officers Cadets Honor Sponsors J.M. Observes UN, Navy Day Vol. XXL (19th Year) No. 4 185 fii iliis iP pPEPM an|Pw vjipP" MMiK ; Ik Jm mL^rn, til : # | |jg • HBPBBiBI a Hjni H P | ||!|ifej» m&mkk • &>••:• _ -..V , —Richmond Times-Dispatch "Which is Sue?" queried a child, speaking of Sue Hallam, Student Association President. HISTORY CLASS STUDIES PRE-ELECTION TRENDS ml W B||^B —Richmond News-Leader. Left to right: Austin Farley, Dorothy Walker, James Ball, and Walter Tucker. —Richmond. Times-Dispatch. Kitty McGruder, Betty Dean, Connie Smith; Community Chest Chairman May; Jackie Reynolds, Billie Holloman, Jane Hunter, Jean Binns, cheer leaders for games. m « / - ■ inniill ll—nil _ # —Richmond Times-Uispatch. Left to right: Mrs. J. Morrison Hutcheson, Ruth Sanderson, Ann Richardson, Sonny Wills. BOOST COMMUNITY CHEST MEETING FAIR THEY ARE—FAIR AS SUN SONNY WILLS WINS MUSIC AWARD THE MONOCLE First Class N. S....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 4 November 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 MEMBER: Southern lnterscholastic 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 Austin Farley, Walter Tucker Managing Editor •• • • J* me * P° ole Sports Editors V Ja i\?P Ba lL' J "u y 5? a , S , y Feature Editors Mildred Glass, Lula Horemiotes, Ann Watts, Dorothy Walker Business Editors Shirley Jones, Billy Wilkerson Copy Editors Shirley Farmer, Jean Ulnch Circulation Manager Cadet Editor •• • - William Crumpler Exchange Editor • -Betty Dean Art Editor :\V Ma H Le - e Watts Staff Assistants and Columnists William Armour, Barbara Atkins, Margie Hall, Sue Hallam, Shirlev Johnston, Phvllis Trammel!. Typists Christine Gregorv, Kittv McGruder, Norma Gibson...

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

November 4, 1948 J.M.To Play G.W.; Justices Upset Devils, 7 to 6 J. M. To Meet Alexandria Justices To Contend In Group I Contest For Another Win John Marshall will enter tomorrow nights' game at the City Stadium at 8 P. M. with the hope of making Alexandria's George Washington another victim. Both Teams Impressive The Presidents, rated as a northern power at the beginning of the season, appeared to be living up to their billing by defeating Mount Vernon and Morrison and tying a strong Lane High eleven, but their streak snapped when Thomas Jefferson defeated them by 27 to 14. in their fourth game of the season. Dropping only, one game thus far, the Justices have rolled up intra-city victories over Benedictine and St. Christopher's and two Group I wins over Granby and Hampton. Their single defeat came at the hands of a powerful Roanoke Jefferson team who till now is leading the Group I League. Backs Pace G. W. Team Pacing the attack for the Alexandria eleven are two backfield aces who...

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

Page Four 126 Students On Honor Roll Freshmen Lead with 50; Juniors Next with 31; 209W Heads the List with 8 Miss Nellie Henson registrar, has announced the roll of honor for the first period of the semester, finding the girls leading with 79. With 47 boys, the total was 126. The freshmen headed the list with 50 students, juniors ranked second with 31, and 23 seniors and 22 sophomores were on the honor roll. The list follows : 4HI, William Kelly Roberson, Jr., Edmond Eggleston Seay, Jr.; 4H2, Bryan Clark, Pat Randlette, Elizabeth Sydnor; 4H4, William Herbert Lohmann; 4H6, William E. Crumpler, Walter Tucker; 4H7, Caleb Asa Baldwin, Nicholas Andre Nielsen, Harry Wayne Renalds; 4LI, Mary*,Lou Ashbv, Anne Royal! Burnett, Josephine Frieda Hull, Norma Louise Kramer; » Christian, Vineyard Also 4L2, Dorothy Browdy, Wirt A. Christian, Barbara Ann. Warren, John Beverley Wooldridge; 4L4, James Blankenship; 4L7, Billie U. James; 4L9, Ruby Elizabeth Talley, Doris Mae Da'le; 3HI, Joyce Brooks, Ja...

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

J. M. Observes Armistice Day Students To Compete 700 Attend SGA Convention Teacher Contest To Begin Vol. XXr (19th Year) No. 5 18th Jeff-Justice Game To Decide Title John Marshall Houses S C A Convention More Than 700 Attend Various Meetings And Hear Noted Speakers With James Moffitt as president, the Student Cooperative Association of Virginia celebrated its twenty-fifth anniversary during the convention at John Marshall, November 5-6. Van Pool Speaks Speaking to more than 700 delegates from all sections of this state, Gerald M. Van iPool discussed, during the Friday afternoon general session ''The National Significance of SCA Activities". Taking part in this part of the program also was Mary Jane Gannaway from E. C. Glass High School, who spoke on "Our Part as Students in Fostering American Ideals". The theme for this day's meeting was ' Pupil Self - Improvement Through SCA Activities". Individual discussion groups, headed by student leaders and secretaries, followed this session....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 18 November 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 J'RINTING COMPANY, 109 EAST CARY STREET QNUBMATIONAL) a © ® wffm MEMBER: Southern Interscholastic 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 Austin Farley, Walter Tucker Managing Editor James Poole Sports Editors James Ball, Judy Beasley Feature Editors Mildred Glass, Lula Horemiotes, Ann Watts, Dorothy Walker Business Editors Shirley Jones, Billy Wilkerson Copy Editors Shirley Farmer, Jean Ulrich Circulation Manager ; Page Beck Cadet Editor William Crumpler Exchange Editor Betty Dean Art Editor Mary Lee Watts Staff Assistants and Columnists William Armour, Barbara Atkins, Margie Hall, Sue Hallam, Shirley Johnston, Phyllis Tramtnell, Jo Hull. Typists.... Christine Gregory, Kittv McGruder, Norma ...

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

November 18, 1948 J. M. To Encounter City Rival Saturday at 2;30 Tight Game In Prospect Recovering from Upsets,. Justices, Presidents Ready For Annual City Classic John Marshall's Justice eleven, re- covering from a 38 to 13 defeat at the hands of Alexandria, will meet Thomas Jefferson in the annual classicSaturday afternoon at 2:30 P. M. at the Citv Stadium. John Marshall has a record of six victories against two defeats, while Thomas Jefferson has dropped three of its contests. Both teams hold three wins and two defeats in Group 1 ' standings, and both lost to Jefferson Senior High School .of Roanoke. The Jeffs defeated George Washington of Alexandria, and the Justices suffered their worst defeat in two years to the G. W. eleven. Teejay lost to Benedictine in a close game and Jayem 4 won over the cadets 20 to o. Rose Paces Teejay Attack The Presidents have a star leader backfield, with lettermen in every position and a complete new 'line which has made tremendous progress since th...

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