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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 27 September 1951

Page Four ''&p WBmtov L. : :%wMm3S4»t JgF \ w *w * : : : • s*&£s&& Mwil' T^^^MllMllllllllll'lMißl^^Mßffi . Safe ■ -y- •■■■■■■■■ - - -s : i%SBHiHMM HHHB^^raBIBHS —Richmond News Leader FOUR-WAY BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION—When Dr. Fred Dixon, principal of John Marshall High Sfchool, and three of his staff celebrated their birthdays, they were presented with a surprise cake baked by Mrs. Kathleen Craig, Dr. Dixon's secretary (left). Blowing out the the candles are the four who were born September 21: (left to right) Miss Bess Woody, office secretary; Oscar H. Parrish, assistant principal; Lieutenant W. W. Kelly, commandant of the Corps of Cadets, and Dr. Dixon. Mallory Presides At PTSA Meeting Fred Mallory presided at the John Marshall PTSA first meeting of the current year, Thursday night a week ago. Following the general meeting in the (auditorium, parents visited their sons' and daughters' homerooms and met their homeroom teachers. After a sh...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 11 October 1951

Key Club Has Sweetheart Dr. Dixon Talks To S. C. Red Cross Plans Work Attention Seniors Vol. XXIII (22nd Year) No. 2 Recognizes News Week Monocle Celebrates With Open House For 100% Homerooms Marshallites ot>Served National Newspaper Week, October 1 to 6, by undertaking various projects. Having open house, The Monocle staff welcomed all homerooms with 100% subscriptions last Thursday and the corps of cadets Friday. Newspapers from other high schools were on display around the room. Members of the staffs of the John Marshall publications and the journalism class paid a visit to a news- ' paper plant during the week. There the journalists saw a paper in the making. Carrying out this year's slogan, "Your newspaper lights the way of Freedom," a poster on the Jchn Marshall bulletin board pointed out the value of good journalism. An attractive display in the library contained books on journalism and newspapers printed during the last election of the late Franklin D. Roosevelt. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 11 October 1951

Page Two Wear It Proudly In a few days 4,500 volunteer workers in this 'area will begin collecting donations for the 1951 Community Chest Campaign. Every Richmonder will have a chance to contribute any amount he wishes and to wear proudly the symbol of the Community Chest, the red feather. The Community Chest, whose goal for the Richmond area is $1,191,519, works not through one goodwill agency, but many. Originated in 1928, the Community Fund still continues to make the future brighter for those who need their help. Giving aid to thirty-two ageifcies, this organization supports, among others, the Y. M. C. A., Y. W. C. A., Boy and Girl Scouts, Richmond Goodwill Industries. Because of the good work done by these agencies, many children will have a happier Christmas and elderly, sick, or handicapped persons will receive the care they need. There is truly no charitable organization for faithful service better than the Community Chest. Every Marshallite should be proud to do his part to...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 11 October 1951

October n, 195 1 Justices Remain Unbeaten; Comets and Springers Fall Blue, White Win, 26-6 Defeat Highland Springs, As Third Opponent, To Make Three Victories Scoreless in the first half, John Marshall's football team came to life after half time and tallied four touchdowns to beat Highland Springs 26 to 6 last Friday night at the City Stadium. The Springers scored in the second quarter on a pass from Buhueller to Wacker at the goal line. Buddy Gregory made an attempt to intercept the pass, but the ball bounced off his fingertips into Wacker's hands. Score in Third Quarter John Marshall's first six points came in the third quarter when Ronnie Henry, who sparked the Jayem defensive, recovered a Springer's fumble in the end zone. James Smith converted to put the Justices ahead, 7 to 6. In the next quarter Jayem put together a sustained drive to the loser's goal line, where Benny Gill scored on a quick opener. The Springers blocked Smith's attempt for the extra point. Gill Makes Touchd...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 11 October 1951

Page Four All Staffs At Work School Annual, Monocle, and 'Record' Name Staff" Members Planning a new term of publications, The Record, The Marshallite, and The Monocle have announced the following new staffs. Ann Hunter and Jackie Randlette will head The Record as co-editors, with Jimmy Dodl as business manager. Other staff members will include Shirley Ellinger, Bettie Hazelhurst, Alvin Samuel, Peggy Toon, Paul Lindsey, and Joan Rouis. "Their positions will be assigned soon, and we shall begin work on The Record," said Mr. Walter F. Beverly, adviser for The Record. June Adams, Frances Powell, Editors On The Marshallite staff, June Adams and Frances Powell will serve as co-editors, according to Mrs. Mary T. Burnett, adviser. Virginia Bowers, Betty Moore, Jesse Morgan, and Ruth Butcher will receive their positions later. Mr. John S. Arnold is sponsoring the advertising this term, with Shirley Clarke as advertising manager. Ann Auckerman and Eugene Bowles are co-editors of The Monocle,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 25 October 1951

Nine Girls Are Sponsors Cubs Visit News Leader John Powell Day Is November 5 Benedictine Defeats Justices Vol. XXIII (22nd Year) No. 3 Nine Girls To Become Sponsors Sponsors' Day to Occur On School Drill Field At 11:00 Tomorrow The John Marshall Corps of Cadets will observe Sponsors' Day tomorrow on the parade grounds at ll:u0 when nine sponsors will receive recognition as company and staff sweethearts. The sponsors will wear the traditional gray dresses, trimmed with company colors. The corps of cadets will wear the full dress uniform. Nine Sweethearts The captains and sponsors for this fall are as follows: First Captain Fred C. Mallory; Pat Doggett, sponsor; Second Battalion Commander Jesse A. Morgan; Edna Long, sponsor; Band —W. Vaughan Dunnavant, captain; Shirley Dowdy, sponsor; Company A—Linwood H. Clark, company commander; Nancy Yates, sponsor; Company B —Wilmot H. Strathy, company commander; Mary Ellen Garber, sponsor; Company C —George B. Hach, company commander, Betty Whitl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 25 October 1951

Page Two What Is School Spirit? An oft heard expression here at John Marshall is, "Show some school spirit; go to the games and cheer." Is that the real meaning of school spirit? No, it is only one of the many meanings. In recent assemblies, Marshallites learned many other ways of demonstrating loyalty to the school. Belonging to clubs, athletic organizations, the student association and its active commissions, and the choir are several ways of showing interest in the school and its activities. Others are working on the staffs of school publications and being active in the corps of cadets. If a student cannot serve on the staffs of the publications, he can show his support by subscribing to them. Of course, cheering the teams to victory is a part of school spirit, but after all, the team cannot always win, and by cheering even when Jayem loses, a student really shows his love for his school. School spirit means more, however, than making a racket at a football game. It means partici...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 25 October 1951

'ctober 25, 195 1 Panthers Stay on Top in City as Justices Fall, 12-6 Big Blue Falls, 12-6 Gregory, Parrish, Shine In Defeat as Panthers Strengthen City Lead A highly fired up Hermitage eleven stunned the Justices with their second straight defeat by a 12 to 6 score at Parker Field last Saturday night. The Justices seemed to be on the road to victory in the opening period as Buddy Gregory, running like a veteran, guided his club to the Hermitage one as the stanza ended. Early in the quarter the Panthers could do nothing with the Jayem forward wall. Taking a hand-off from Gregory, Marvin Nuchols rammed into the end zone on the initial play of the second period for Jayem's only score. "Sue" Smith's attempted conversion was blocked and the Justices led, 6 to 0. Waiting until early in the third quarter, the Panthers clawed back to tie the Blue and White aggregation, led by their fine quarterback Charlie Brandmahl, whose operation of the optional pitchout reminded Justice followers of Me...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 25 October 1951

Page Four ■ 1 ••"a v * v % Jj#llap ' n K: J| m ■Rlw* 5jP ' :" : '''•* ... Quill and Scroll initiated these persons in the John Marshall House before the closing of school in June. They are Rosemary Quill, Scroll Members See Slides of May Day Most of the clubs at John Marshall have gotten well on their way, and the John Marshall Chapter of Quill and Scroll met recently, showed slides of last May Day, and discussed plans for future meetings. Officers of the Sans Souci CIUD are Noreen Barrach, president; Ann Ackerman, secretary; and Eugene Crumpton, treasurer. Mrs. Gladys 1 iller sponsors the group. For the Don Juan Club, Miss Louise Robertson is sponsor; Ann Page Richardson, president; Nancy Yates, vice president; Nancy Bozarth, secretary; and Jimmy Dodl, program chairman. Joe Gagny is president of the Hi-Y Club. Other officers are Ben Turner, vice president; Gilson Helmick, secretary; and Bob Hughes, treasurer. The group chose David Fridley, chaplain and Richard Bawsell, sergeant-at-...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 8 November 1951

Mr. Brock Leaves Federation Has Meeting Seniors Elect Officers Captain Jones Speaks Vol. XXIII (22nd Year) No. 4 Press Room 104 Leads Honor Roll 43 Freshmen Receive First Honor Grades; Seniors Rate Third According to Miss Nellie Henson, registrar, senior homeroom 104 placed 19 persons on the roll of honor to lead the way, as 144 students received A's and B's for the first report period of the semester. The freshmen led the four classes with 43 achieving first honor, and the sophomores were next with 38. The seniors with 35 and the juniors with 28 were third and fourth, respectively. The sight-saving class had two honor students. There were 108 girls as compared with 37 hoys, who won honor. Seniors Receive Honor Honors go to the following students: 12L1—Charles Campbell, Jacqueline Coates, Vaughan Dunnavant, Phillip Flournoy; 12L2—Phyllis Edwards, Joan Rouis; 12L3 Harold Mimms; 12L4 —Rose Arrighi; 12L5 — Carolyn Bruner, Francis Leftwich; 12L7—Peggy Ann Jones, Eva Pauline Longest; 12L...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 8 November 1951

Page Two World Knowledge, Necessary "It is becoming increasingly evident that our national existence depends on its citizens having a complete knowledge of the world in which they live," said Miss M. Rosalind Carter in the October issue of the Virginia Journal of Education. Miss Carter, secretary of the Virginia Geographical Society and teacher of geography at John Marshall, advocates introducing a required world geography course of at least two years in the secondary schools in Virginia. A complete knowledge of conditions in other countries is becoming more and more necessary to understand and cope with the citizens of the world today. This knowledge can become complete only by studying the geography and actual living conditions in various parts of the world. As faster-than-sound aircraft and trans-oceanic communication make contact with all parts of the world possible in a matter of hours, it becomes increasingly important for Americans to gain a foundation for world understanding...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 8 November 1951

November 8, 1951 Justices Devils Whip Jay em 39-0 Wonder City Eleven Runs Unbeaten String To 29 Contests At the expense of the Justices, Hopewell's Blue Devils won their twenty-ninth straight game by a 39 to 0 score last Friday night ap City Stadium. Although playing in a steady rain and on a thoroughly soaked gridiron, the Devils seemed to have little or no trouble running their offense. Quarterback Lewis Dean threw passes at will, while the fleet half back Bobby Scruggs and Floogy Walker cut, darted, and managed themselves as on a dry turf. Here's the way Hopewell scoring went: After Walker had returned a punt to the Justices' 6, it took four more plays for the tally made by Fullback Larry Saunders on a buck. The Jayem forward wall put on their most spirited effort here almost holding the Devils. The fleet Scruggs hit tackle for 7 yards and Hopewell's second tally early in the second period. Hobo Ackerman's kick was wide. He was to make 3 of 6 before the night ended. End Delton Hu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 8 November 1951

Page Four Hiflßßß BPlyit ■ ||i Sj. Htt.. | > JjL £ 1 X HHHP' P' —Richmond News Leader Shirley Dowdy, Nancy Yates, Mary Ellen Garber, Betty Whitlow, Edna Long, Pat Doggett, Joanne .Brown, Naomi Johns, and Patty Dingley. J.M. Cadets Honor Nine Sponsors Adjutants' call announced the John Marshall Corps of Cadets as the units marched to the drill field, to honor the girls whom they had chosen as their sponsors, last Friday morning, a week ago. Colors flowing, the companies moved on line in front of the regimental staff, under command of Cadet Captain Eugene D. Conway. In the ceremony that followed, the sponsors formally met their units. Band Troops Line After the corps was on line, the Regimental Band trooped the line. Next the Band officially opened the ceremony by playing the national anthem. Other preliminaries over, the captains presented their colors to the sponsors, who had watched from behind the staff. The colors pinned on, the proud sponsors took their places on line...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 21 November 1951

Teachers Go to Meet Cadets Visit VMI R.T.A. Has Press Conference Class Enjoys Experiments Vol. XXII (21st Year) No. 5 Three Local Delegates Go to Meet Teachers Hear Talks On Different Subjects According to Interest Delegates from John Marshall to the Virginia Education Association this month were Mrs. Madge Henderson, Miss Mary Gladys Lambert, and Mr. George Lux, and taking an active part in this 45th annual convention were several John Marshall faculty members and a friend of the school. Dr. Fred B. Dixon, John Marshall principal, acted as one of three interrogates concerning the subject, "Some Current Approaches to Building Character in eScondary Schools". This panel was on the opening day. Dr. Dixon attended, also, the panel discussion of "General Business and Bookkeeping", November 2. Miss Lambert, Chairman Head of the Jayem English department, Miss Mary Gladys Lambert was the program chairman for the subject, "To What Extent Should Formal Grammar Be Taught in Language Arts Clas...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 21 November 1951

Page Two Are You Thankful? Yung looked solemnly over the pile of rubbish that had once been his home. Glancing over the field around him, he recalled the days when he had worked the soil and raised crops for his family. Scattered about the field, which was now burnt black, was the rubblt ol a farm demolished by bombs. Nothing had been spared. His parents, too, were gone, killed by the North Koreans when they swept down, hungry for the spoils of war. Yes, Yung had very little to be thankful for. He was homeless, he had no family or friends, and he was without clothes or any worldly goods. But Yung had something more important to be thankful for. He had faith, faith in God and man. He knew there were God-fearing men in the world who were striving to put an end to this and all wars. He knew that at that very moment world leaders were discussing terms for an armistice, trying to stop the suffering and bloodshed. Yung did not know where his next meal was coming from, but still he gave th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 21 November 1951

THE 'Tftomcleefi The NEWS in PICTURES TfovufaUl ScfaaC RICHMOND, VIRGINIA ' November 21, 1951 1| j|gppf V c,~- JB| 1 »£Bi |H|: *"* l < -1 1 I liR mS '' VRB «K ■■':•"•' : x<?v' ■HH| .Hffl |k SI jl 4 IK 1 Bk. - 3few-'v- B I flB m, H IMSB y A Paintings for the International Red Cross Exhibit are shown here being readied by Milton Harmen, Joe Taylor, and Jane Gibson. "The John Marshall art classes have accomplished many things this year. We believe that the art classes are doing a worthy job of representing John Marshall/' one art student said. g||| ■r' iSHLIIM Hp * «■■■■ * 1 «■! Wrr ■Bk \|£?r '^^KShBOH THE PRINTERS 0 This issue of The Monocleer was printed as an instructional project by the above students in the Vocational Printing Class. They are, left to right: Kenneth Sickinger, Floyd Eggleston, Earl (Peewee) Lewis, and William Bagent. They are pictured grouped around the Miehle V-50 printing press on which The Monocleer was printed. # These student craftsmen a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 21 November 1951

— \ fZ[ ':'0 Ipl iBhE./ | i«®' \ Jt «, |®w ■ \ W m lBM||vm ■:»•>■' |f m TO A % I "a / V I m % ' ■’ f % 1 M Ag&g&X* X^nHH m | Jp T - mm i| | Hk K; A G. A. A. President at Work is Rose Dranchak (right), who is also co-sports editor of The Monocle. With her is Mary Lou Davis, a cheerleader and a member of the executive board of the John Marshall Student Association. Here is a busy twosome! lft» •, fr . ~~dflflttt. Z& v. SB II K■ ■ - | < Brilliant Red plaid is the short formal being modelled here by Meridith Anne Puller. Yule Decoration for Lobby Working on the painting in the Commercial Art Class are (left to right) Norvell Jenkins, Pat Phillips, and Betty Kaufelt. The completed painting will be a triptych depicting the Annunciation, the arrival in Bethlehem, and the Nativity, all in the manner of the early Renaisance. Mr. Frank Rowley instructs the Commercial Art Class. C. c ,|j s . : •: :\vx :::::-:-:% :->: Sv':::;;...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 21 November 1951

November 21, 1951 Justices and Jeffs Fight to Thrilling 13-13 Tie Game 11,000 See Big Game Thrilling Tussle Occurs Between Twenty-one Year Rival Schools John Marshall's Allen Batbee and Thomas Jefferson's Ronnie Hebner paced their respective teams with two long touchdown runs, as the cross{own rivals fought to a 13 to 13 tie, the fourth in a twenty-on-game series, last Saturday at the City Stadium. Jayem, Underdog Although the chilly wind cut the crowd to about 11,000, the contest proved one of the most exciting ever. The Justices scored first; but Teejay, not to be outdone by their underdog opponents, came back two minutes ( later with seven points. Jayem scored again in the third period, and the Jeffs came fighting back to tie the score in the final quarter. Stuart Woolcott, who played an ex- * cellent game throughout, recovered a Jeff fumble on the T.J. 34-yard line in the first quarter. After a few running plays, Quarterback Tommy Adkins dropped back from the 19 and hit Barbee w...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 21 November 1951

Page Four Relations, Important 'School, Community Must Work Together To Succeed' —Lloyd Since the people established the public school' system to teach each generation how to maintain and improve society, the schools and the community must work together to accomplish that purpose, according to a statement by Mr. William Lloyd, director of* school-community relations. Community-school relations actually work two ways: 1. The schools must know what the people want. 2. The people must know what the schools are doing. Give Special Tests "The former is the more difficult as in many cases the school board is the last to hear of criticisms," he said. "However, when the school board does hear of complaints, it tries to correct the situation. For example, when the business people of Richmond complained that graduates did not know their arithmetic as they ought to know it, the school board requited juniors to take a special test in mathematics. Those who failed the test had coach classes in t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 13 December 1951

Trophy Case Honors Cadets Physics Class Visits C&O Santa Claus Comes Soon G. A. A. To Sponsor Dance Vol. XXII (21st Year) No. 6 Class Gives Christmas Assembly President Lights Candle; Verse Speaking Choir Tells Story of Nativity In accordance with John Marshall tradition, the senior class presented the Christmas pageant during regular assemblies this week. Seniors honored Joyce Griffiths by electing her to portray the Madonna. Each senior homeroom nominated two girls to play Mary. The J. M. Senior Council elected four girls from this gruop to present to these homerooms to vote on. The seniors elected one girl for the Madonna and the other three as angels. The angels were Tiny Bailey, June Owen, and Barbara Clarke. Other members of the cast included Joseph, played by Eugene Bowles; shepherds, Bucky Luck, Jimmy Vaughan, and Billy Clarke; and wisemen Jesse Morgan, Vance Long, and Bob Johnson. The orchestra added to the Christmas spirit by playing a march as members of the a...

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