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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 26 May 1955

May 26, 1955 J. M. Captures City and Central District Baseball Titles Mel Rideout Sars in Debut Against Herm. Last Friday the John Marshall baseball team captured the city title by defeating Hermitage at Parker Field. Mel Rideout, freshman, starred in his moundebut for Jayem by routing the Panthers 5-1. He pitched excellent ball and was only in trouble a few times. Several boys from the Benedictine team came to see Jayem beaten by the Panthers. If Jayem had lost, the city title would have gone to the Cadets. The boys left, however, very disappointed when they realized it was all over. One week earlier Jayem captured the Central District title without lifting a finger. A game was scheduled with Petersburg, but, due to bad weather, it was cancelled, and J. M. was assured of the title. Last year, John Marshall went into a playoff game with Highland Springs for the title, but was defeated by the Springers there. JM Team Wins Over B. Devils The Jayem team again flexed their muscles as th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 26 May 1955

Page Four Last Will and Testament Senior Class of 1955 We, the members of the senior class of John Marshall High School, City of Richmond, and the State of Virginia, being of sound mind, do hereby publish and declare this to be our last will and testament. First, Shirley Green leaves The Monocle, The Record and The Marshallite. Second, Gayle Crump and Gail Dawkins leave Coach Goodlow and 3rd period driving class to get their license, they hope. Third, Peggy Shearin says, "I'm leaving—happy!" Fourth, Eileen Owen leaves J. M. for lowa. Fifth, Royce Crowe leaves all the headaches and pleasures of The Marshallite to the new editor, Jeannette Swoope. Sixth, Jane Payne leaves the Key Club, all 35 great boys, to the next lucky Sweetheart. Seventh, Eileen Cordle leaves her tissues and aspirins to anyone else who often has a cold or headache. Eighth, the altos of the graduating class, who sing in the choir, leave it with regret. Ninth, Betty Jo Bohannon leaves the piano bench in the auditori...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 26 May 1955

May 26, 1955 -f! i! W <, « He I : I Confucius No Say— Classmates' Comm Chatter, Cackles* Confusion On May 12 the Key Club and the Forum Club toured Washington to see the places of interest. Along with all the culture and history that was taken in, numerous comments and puns were emitted; such as . . . Commenting on an excursion bus full of seniors from Troutville, Virginia, "Where on earth is Troutville, Virginia ?" "I don't know, but there's something fishy about it!" * * * "What's the name of this bus?" Reading the sign on the side, "Air Conditioned." * * * "And on your left you will find the Apex Building." "Ajax?" * * * "This, boys and girls, is my good friend, the representative from Tennessee." "Say, sir, do you know Davy Crockett ?" * * * Two members of the trip, a boy and a girl, had just left a building through a revolving door. "How long have you two been going around together?" * * * "You have just seen the Senate chamber, the House chamber, the old Senate cham...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 26 May 1955

Page Six Marshallites Receive Awards In an Assembly Outstanding Students Are Honored by School The Annual Honor Awards Assembly was held Wednesday, May 18, when deserving Marshallites were honored and congratulated for their various activities. For the first time the three awards given to the Junior Class were presented by Dr. Dixon in this assembly. In the past they have been awarded at graduation. The Harvard Book Prize went to Kenny Davis, and Jeannette Swoope received the Mortar Board Award. The J. E. B. Stuart Award was given to E. Coleman Ballowe, as the outstanding cadet of the Junior Class. Next was the Spanish Language Tournament award presented to Carolyn Williams. She won fifth place with a score 90.5. ADDITION TO BOOKSHELF The Literary Society presented Henry Commanger's JOHN MARSHALL to the library. This is a pleasant duty each year for the Society. The Juniors who will attend Girls' and Boys' State were announced. The candidates for Boys' State are Wilson Brown, Kenny ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 22 September 1955

TELL 'EM YOU SAW IT IN THE MONOCLE XVII No. 1 Fall Term Sees More Freshmen Sept. 9, 400 New Students In JM New! What's New? Four hundred students at John Marshall High are new. These 400 students started the first of their years in high school when the bell rang fror homeroom period on September 9. Representing all the junior highs in the city and a few schools outside of Richmond, this "freshman" class is made up of 180, 9L's and 220, lOL's. KIND OF BIG Most of these new students agreed that they hadn't had time to really get to know JM, but they all agreed that it was a good deal larger and more complicated than their previous schools. Emmett Noel and Bybee Glazebrook, both from Binford, stated that they liked their new school but had no goal they wanted to work for other than graduation. "Just to graduate" was the main object of most of JM's new students at this point. Jody Strother, an enthusiastic girl in room 106W, says, "I'm crazy about John Marshall. I guess I like it so muc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 22 September 1955

Page Two A Venerable 200 Years John Marshall forever! The occasion for the festivities is the observance of Chief Justice John Marshall's two hundredth birthday. This event will be commemorated by the pageant, THE FIRST MARSHALLITE, written by Mr. Walter F. Beverly, an English teacher at John Marshall High School. Of all the scenes depicting the life of the famed jurist, his ways and qualities which endeared him to the American nation, most likely, people will remember the final scene, Marshall in his robes, the Chief Justice of the United States. They will also be impressed by the great man's devotion to his wife and home. "No mischief, no misfortune, ought to deter us from a strict observance of justice and public faith." John Marshall lived each of those words in each of the decisions that he handed down during the 34 years of service to his country. It can be said that his feeling toward justice is in the same relation as Brutus's preference of death to dishonor. The founding fa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 22 September 1955

September 22, 1955 Farmers Bow to Jay em; Petersburg Next Victim JM Wins First Game at Stadium Against Warwick Petersburg Waves Are Number Two on JM List Opening the season at the stadium, the Justices overpowered Warwick by a score of 14-6. John Marshall got off to a slow start in the first half and was trailing by a score of 6-0. Rallying into the second half the Justices, led by Donald Goodman and Mel Rideout, racked two touchdowns to put Jayem ahead. Tomorrow night the Jayem eleven will see action against Petersburg on the Petersburg gridiron. Spirited by their previous victory, the Justices will be ready to meet hteir opopnents who are fresh from victory over Apomattix by a score of 3-0. Fading' Back 5 years ago —Teejay edged Jayem at the Grays' Armory to give them their twelfth victory. 10 years ago —Jayem's hockey team clipped Teejay's girls 4-3 while the Justice quint defeated the RandolphMacon Bees 43-18. 15 years ago —John Marshall topped Teejay 15-0 to win the Virginia Li...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 22 September 1955

Page Four mKm f™ h * Mr jffi""'^^^Pt^''^^Bß || ,JSKA mm 9H||V v <§IK v !iPK!rr # ' ; | B s ' v • ♦ »i •.-... .v.•>••—.> j 9H Hp- - x: • •:■ . v .' > ' '^^^^.■' < fVV^ fcV .11 ' _^|^B WK - „ |»' /* I * 19S V ' i * *Hf \ W * x <? * I <ll EYES TO THE FUTURE—Eyeing their charter are the officers of JM's new Future Teachers of America chapter and their sponsor. From left to right: Mary Lou Walden, president; Audrey Pinchbeck, vice-president; Mrs. Zada D. Carver, sponsor; Vivian Hudson, secretary; and Patricia Southworth, treasurer. The officers of the chapter, named for Miss Charles Anthony, a former JM teacher, were installed during ceremonies in June. Three Jayem St Methodist Convocation in Ind. Our Christian Witness in the World of Struggle was the theme of the National Convocation of Methodist Youth at Purdue University in Lafayette, Indiana where 5,000 youth and adult delegates met August 22-26 from the Uni...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 6 October 1955

TELL 'EM YOU SAW IT IN THE MONOCLE XVII No. 2 It Was a Big Day When Marshalliles Celebrated 200 Years of Namesake m HflHpinl. k m WMM Interesting Views Seen By Teachers Summer Journeys Proved Enjoyable A number of teachers at JM went on long journeys this summer while some students were content to dream away the hours. Miss Nellie Henson, registrar, went on a trip in the Midwest. She journeyed to St. Louis and then to Wisconsin. She flew back from there in a private plane. When she was asked about her journey, she remarked, "The lakes and forests looked so tiny down there." TWO TOUR EUROPE Also on a tour this summer were Miss Ella Rouzie, typing teacher in 113, and Miss Mary Montague, English instructor in 212. Both of these teachers went to Europe. They flew over and visited eight countries, including England, Holland, Scotland, Belgium, Germany, France, Italy, and Switzerland. The party was on a Brownell 23 Tour, and they stayed at the finest hotels and went on sightseeing trips. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 6 October 1955

Page Two Time For a Change Within the past year, our John Marshall cafeteria has undergone a transformation from a dingy, ugly one to a freshly painted and decorated eating room. The school authorities have had the walls painted, have furnished new chairs, and have replaced the old shades with new blinds. The commercial art students have decorated the walls. Although most Marshallites have good manners, some of our students are still living in the Dark Ages in their behavior. Some tables are still being left covered with trays, dishes, and milk bottles. Letting pals in line is still practiced by some inconsiderate students who have no objection to cheating those other schoolmates who are behind them in line. There have even been cases of dishonest students stealing milk and tossing rolls from the line out to friends at their tables. Not only is this practice dishonest; it is childish and somewhat baffling in John Marshall High School. Good manners are no doubt practiced by these stu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 6 October 1955

October 6, 1955 Springers Make Ready; Justices Drive for '55 Title JM to Battle High. Springs Saturday Night Waves, Granby Fall; Justices Push On Opening the season with a victory over Warwick, the Justices have since laid down Petersburg and Granby in their hopes of going all the way. WAVES HOLD TILL HALF Coming into the second half of a scoreless game, the Justices broke loose, led by Don Goodman, for a 13yard tally. With the line doing a magnificent job, Billy Overman, former guard for the Justices now in the position of fullback, crashed into the Wave's end zone twice in the last period to put the Justices ahead 19-0 for their second win. JUSTICES CRUSH COMETS Headed towards Norfolk in high spirits, the Jayem eleven clashed with the Comets for their third consecutive Group I victory. Led again by hard running Billy Overman and Don Goodman, the Justices scoring once in the first quarter and again in the fourth quarter topped the Granby eleven 13-6. Saturday the Justice gridiron s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 6 October 1955

Page Four Plpf WM ■L . "■ m ;, ;^£%'- r '3 "' am rnuto oouricsy Kiciimoud xNewspapers, Inc. 'FIRST CORPS'—These members of the first Corps talk over old times with Lt. Gen. Withers A. Burress, 1916 commandant and football coach, at the Corps-Alumni Fortieth Anniversary Banquet September 23. In the group are Henry Fuller, Co. D, 'l6; Gen. Burress; Walter B. Anderson, Co. B, 'l7; and Charles M. Terry, Co. A, 'l7. The Old Order Changeth September Winds Bring Signs of Fall's Arrival Two weeks ago fall arrived throughout the world on the winds of September, garbed in myriads of bright colors and trailing a veil of falling leaves. Her arrival stepped up the tempo of living and set in motion many activities which had been suspended during the summer. Hayrides, hikes, parties, and winter sports have been brought out of mothballs to take their places in the scheme of everyday living. Hot lazy days are packed away with swimming suits, beach towels, and suntan oils. As summer changes to fall, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 20 October 1955

TELL 'EM YOU SAW IT IN THE MONOCLE XVII No. 3 WSm M||r s ' Uncle Sam Recognizes H. Garrett Stonewall Wins Military Award PFC Herbert "Buddy" Garrett, former Marshallite, was honored as Battalion Soldier of the Month while stationed at Camp Drake near Tokyo, Japan. A feat such as this requires a real soldier and "Stonewall" Garrett, as he is called, is all of that. Soldier of the Month is based on neatness/ bearing, and performance of duty. Buddy's success is not an accident. While the average soldier was playing baseball on his school playground, Buddy was practicing the manual of arms. Stonewall, who looks like a stand-in for Randolph Scott, started his militry as a drummer in the Cadet Band. He was Corps Regimental Commander from September, 1950 to June, 1951. WENT TO COLLEGE After graduation from Jayem, Buddy entered Randolph-Macon College. He was the only student who successfully split-shined his white bucks. He is completing his college education by using the United States Arme...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 20 October 1955

Page Two The Blind Among Us A stupendously alarming situation has just made itslf known to us: JM is populated with a number of blind students . . . We have become aware of this astounding and amazing fact through diligent and praiseworthy observation. These students appar normal to the casual glance, but when closely watched they betray their affliction. The natural habitat of these pitiable creatures is the staircases at the rear of the JM building. In spite of signs which clearly inform them which steps are to be used when ascending, and which are to be used when descending, these unfortunate examples of humanity persist in wandering (or rather, speeding) up and down the wrong steps. Not only is it ridiculous to see one person valiantly struggling upward through a descending mass of Marshallites, it is heart-rending. It makes us want to grasp gently their arms and lead them to the correct steps. The sight of these unseeing humans affects us so profoundly, and moves us to such emo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 20 October 1955

October 20, 1955 Justices to Clash With Hermitage at City Stadium John Marshall And Hermitage Battle Friday Springers Beaten 19-0 J M Ties Lancers 6-6 The John Marshall team uncovered a new threat in the Highland Springs game with the accurate passing of quarterback Jim Traylor. Traylor hit for six out of 11 aerials for a total gain of 69 yards. Jayem converted several breaks into scoring plays. One was late in the first quarter when center Billy Graham intercepted a pass and carried it to the Springers' 15. A penalty pushed the Justices back to the 31 yard line. iWth several completed passes to set up the score, Traylor hit Shope in the end zone for a touchdown. In the second quarter Traylor recovered a Springer fumble and romped to the Springers' 32. A penalty against the Springers moved the ball to the 17 yard line. Later, Traylor threw to Billy Goode on the one, who pounced over for the score. In the second half the Justices returned to their running. A Springer fumble which was...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 20 October 1955

Page Four BE CAREFUL WITH OIL STOVES! Oil stoves can be dangerous if not used correctly. They should always be kept clean. Don't wait —have them fixed immediately if they are not working properly. Make sure the stove is turned on and off according to the directions. Also follow the instructions when refilling with clean oil or kerosene. If you gamble with fire the DONT GIVE PLACE Delegates Greeted By F.T.A. Members Friday, October 7, three Marshallites who are members of the Charles Anthony Club, Future Teachers of America, registered the delegates attending the District Conference of the Virginia Education Association. The members of the FT A who attended were Mary Lou Walden, president; Audrey Pinchbeck, first vicepresident; and Eva Adams, third vicepresident. Mrs. Zada Carver, club sponsor, also attended the conference and talked about organizing FTA clubs in the high schools. Dr. Dixon took the girls to the meeting, which was held in the Empire Room of the Jefferson Hotel, and, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 3 November 1955

TELL 'EM YOU SAW IT IN THE MONOCLE XVII No. 4 Student Association Gets In Swing with Busy Year The Student Association has started off with a busy year. Already the executive committee has met three times, and many projects are in the making. School spirit is one of the main projects being worked on by'the Student Association. The School Spirit Commission is working with this idea and hopes to boost the spirit here tremendously. ' Each homeroom should be represented at each meeting since the executive committee decided to have a school spirit representative from each homeroom. Signs have been printed for each student to wear at each game. Programs with the words of the cheers on them have been given out at many of the pep rallies. Buses have also been chartered by the S.A. for football games away from home. The commission is busy now making plans for the big game with T.J. A big pep rally is being planned, and a Miss Justice will also be elected for that day's activities. Organized ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 3 November 1955

Page Two TB-Still Dangerous Waiting lists . . . many years recuperation . . . chronic . . . long term . . . young or old . . . small or large. . . . All of these terms are connected with what in recent years has been termed less dangerous, but it is really a major disease in this part of the world—Tuberculosis! TB has many interesting phases. A lot of these we don't hear about _ x often. For example, did you know that TB is probably one of the oldest diseases known to man? Even though a lot is known about TB, there is so much that remains unknown, such as exactly what causes it, or what will cure it, or what really goes on when a person has TB. There are even long waiting lists at many of the state sanitariums. Some of the causes of TB are just the very thing that so many high school students run into. They are an insufficient diet or poor diet, lack of sleep, worry (maybe about a coming test), or a poor state of health. TB is found in a lot of unsuspecting people and a lot of stran...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 3 November 1955

November 3, 1955 George John Marshall, Alexandria Are Foes Tomorrow Hermitage Defeats JM Hopewell Is Winner John Marshall's football team seemed completely overwhelmed by Hermitage as the Panthers gave the Justices their first defeat of the season 27-0. Before a crowd of 6,000 people, the team from Hermitage racked up four touchdowns. The only score in the first half came in the first quarter when All-State quarterback Frank Eastman romped 15 yards off tackle climaxing a drive from the Panther 14 yard line. McGINNIS INTERCEPTS The Justices made a bid to tie the score when halfback James McGinnis intercepted a Panther pass and made a 61 yard return before he was brought down by Eastman. But the scoring threat died when quarterback Jim Traylor bobbled the ball on a snap from center on fourth down and had to fall on it for a loss. The other scores of the game came on a 77-yard run by Halfback Billy Benson and an 80-yard run by Eastman. The fourth and final tally was made by Slaughter f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 3 November 1955

Page Four HONOR ROLL , Grading Period Ending Oct. 14, 1955 12H1 12L8 10L2 Lewis, David Easter, Alice Cowgill, Eleanor Booth, Barbara Washburn, Barbara Fisher, Brenda Crawford, Jane Wood, Katherine - Morrison, Jill Fontaine, Elizabeth York, Alice Reynolds, Jeanette Kelly, Barbara 12L9 10L3 McDonald, Carol Daniels, Billie Shelton, Claudette MidkifF, Arie Ramsey, Molly 10L4 Swoope, Jeannette 11H 2 Pinson, Betty Walden, Mary Lou Beck> j oan Glass, George Webb, Meurial nH3 ' IQLS Woo, Mae Long, Burke Collier, Edith 1114 Pollock, Lucia Turner, Peggy inTfi 12H3 Gate wood, Douglas lUL,o Edwards, Earl HL6 Insley, Glenda 12H4 Prince, Marilyn Ramsey, James Young, Dorothy "L 7 I Rich, Carol 12L1 Bishop, Joan W)L,7 Gale, Margaret Haight, Helen Whitman, Patricia Miles, Erlyne Williams, Carolyn 10L9 12L2 11L8 Allen, Everette Burkett Eileen Broadwell, Patricia Kerneklian., Sam Burton, Ann Crouch, Patricia 10L10 12L3 11L10 Kelley, Betty Barrett, Beverly Sylvia, Patricia Morehouse, Herbert...

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