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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 21 May 1937

Page Four Mildred Wiltshire Tops State Contestants in Gorgas Essay Annual Editor Wins Contest Mildred Wiltshire Rated Best From Virginia; Paper Is In Hands of National Judges Mildred Barksdale Wiltshire's entry in the eighth Gorgas essay contest was adjudged the best of those submitted from the schools of Virginia, in the recent contest sponsored by the Gorgas Memorial Institute. Gets Ten Dollars The institute awarded Mildred ten dollars and a Gorgas Medal for her entry, the topic of which, was ''The Importance of Mosquito Control and the Gorgas Memorial." School Wins Third Time This is the third time that this school has carried off the state honors in this contest. Conducted each year by the Gorgas Memorial Institute as a part of its program of Personal Health Education, this contest attracts the efforts of thousands of high school students throughout the nation. Health and sanitation are the subjects usually assigned. The manuscripts from the fortyeight states which won the state...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 27 May 1937

John Marshall This Year Compiled a Major Sport Average of .836 in Four Fields; Story on Page 5. Vol. X. No. 16 Fifty Couples Will Take Part in Figure At Cadet Final Ball Billy Hay, Katherine Milloway To Lead; Gordon Thurston, Elizabeth Wingfield, Second Captain James C. Anthony, commandant of the corps of cadets, announced last Monday that William P. Hay and Gordon W. Thurston will lead the figure at the annual final ball of the corps on June 5. Officers and girls in the figure as announced by Captain Anthony are as follows: Cadet Captains William Hay with Katherine Milloway, Gordon Thurston with Elizabeth Wingfield, Wise Lowe with Margie Irwin, Charles Whitlock with Elizabeth Persons, William Dickinson with Fern Travers, Owen Matthews with Audrey Petrochelli, William Guinn with Nellie Speights, Miles Sharpley with Trixie Shrewsbury. Lieutenants, Partners Announced Lieutenants James McDonough will be with Ann Buchannan, Maury Lane with Alice McLane, Howard Worrell with Dorothy Brins...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 27 May 1937

Page Two THE MONOCLE (ESTABLISHED 1929) Published Bi-Weekly by the Students of JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL RICHMOND, VIRGINIA PRINTED BY THE DIETZ PRESS, 109 EAST CARY STREET <HMBBSP ifeymjO) (/PT CMember (\ CST -sf) 1936-37 } LOA Member, Southern Interscholastic Press Association Alember, 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-Ckief Harold Cahn, Jack Jennings Managing Editor Billy McCauley Copy Editor Gertrude Flippen Boys' Sports Editor Bob Steele Assistant Sports Editor Sterling Strange Girls' Sports Editor Anna Mae Guza Feature Editor Edna Fuqua Alumni Editor Robert Waitt Cadet Editors Gordon Thurston, Stephen Gano Art Editors Woody Wren, Carmen Fisher Exchange Editor Edgar Jenkins Advertising Manager Phyllis Shackelford Assistant Advertising Manager Anne Warriner Circulation Manager Elizabeth Hildebrand Assistant Circulation Manager W...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 27 May 1937

John Marshall's Cases Filled with Trophies Won Since 1907 - s^B ' f !■£: ifip .ii||B9 a nnk j| B p 4I& These persons from South Richmond are members of the Monocle staff. Reading top to bottom, first row, Douglas Dixon, Lucille Bishop, Edith Nunnally, Carmen Fisher, Naomi Lewis; second row, Sam McCammon, Bertha Cropper, Mae Shelton, Eleanor Reams, Anne IVarriner, Anne Robey; third row, Edna Fuqua, George White, Betty Woodson. - ; -il ~—~- Among the activities of the John Marshall Quill and Scroll chapter this term was a joint meeting with the Thomas Jefferson chapter. At this meeting Dr. Roshier IV. Miller spoke. There have been four initiations this semester, twenty-eight members having been brought into the chapter, in all. \ "Pirates of Penzance", given in April by John Marshall pupils, drew a large crowd on both nights and received praise from various critics. WKT m \ II Ji -wui --.nnnnllfinnnnr >A OPERA CAST IN 'PIRATES OF PENZANCE' IN THIS SCHOOL LEARNIN...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 27 May 1937

Page Four Corps of Cadets End Year with Annual June Ball r f .<• :««Baife . / __o(gmgslsr ■-•■ I V : > 3M&B&M *' \ sßi fl sk -• wS^^Bm \ pHn\ :: y I ' W^°h COLONEL KELLOND INSPECTING C COMPANY Ihl I AC H wh Hpr^jSj II |^B||W JBR In complete spring full dress Company C stands at attention for inspecting officer, 'What Do You Read First In The Monocle?' Answered "Oh, I always read 'Through the Monocle' first", exclaimed Lillian Anderson, scratching her head while trying to decide what she reads first in The Monocle. The sophomores, since they aren't used to hard work yet, showed themselves a little "paresseux" (ask your French teacher) because the majority of them read the first page or whatever attracts their eyes first. Among these are Billy Griffin of B Company, Beatrice Tomes, and Frances Watkins. "Good!" explained one. "The front page is supposed to have the best news." Daring to be different from other sophomores, Lee Butts and Billi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 27 May 1937

Justices Have Year-Round Average of .836 THROUGH THE FIELD GLASSES By ANNA MAE GUZA AND 808 STEELE PLENTY TO SHOUT OVER It's all over but the shouting now, but with the excellent athletic record that John Marshall possesses for the 1936-37 term, there's plenty to shout about. It's the opinion of your commentator that John Marshall has just completed the best all-round sports year in its history. Out of a total of fifty-five major sport games this year the Justices have won forty-three, tied one, and lost but eight for an average of .836. Let me see you beat that! Contributing to this remarkable average have been many brilliant and talented athletes, many of whom are eagerly sought by colleges throughout the South. John Marshall athletes completely dominated many all-star teams this year. The football team, champion in the city of Richmond, placed six men on the all-city first team and three on the all-state. Captain Lee McLaughlin, Tommy Thrasher, and Winston Siegfried were those ho...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 27 May 1937

Page Six Miss Auerbach Reports Many Expect To Graduate (Continued from page one) Cropper, Bertha Mae; Cross, John Carrington; Cubbon, Phyllis Elizabeth, Commercial Course; Cummings, Bernard Leroy; Currin, John William; Cutchin, John R. Dalle Mura, Mary Josephine; Davis, Alice Lucille; Davis, Ethel Marie; Davis, Helen Maxine; Davis, Norman Davenport; Davis, Phyllis Odelle; Dawley, Dorpthy Eloise; DeMasters, Lillian Lewis, Home Economics; Dent, Dorothy Kemper; Dickinson, William Frank; Dillard, Thelma Louise; Dixon, Dorothy Mae; Dodd, Helen Marie; Douglas, Dorris Simcoe; Dunkley, William Floyd; Dunnavant, Willie Lee; Dvson, Doris Akers. Eaton, Anne Carlyle; Eaton, Dorothy Grace, Home Economics; Eck, Elizabeth Frances; Edwards, Vernon La Touche; Elder, John Howard, Jr.; Erhart, Edith Mae; Estes, Mamie Estelle; Evans, Ben Atwood; Evans, Charlotte; Evans, Samuel Thompson. Fahr, Betty Beale; Feldman, Lillie; Fensom, Edward Bernard; Field, Jerry Jewett; Finke, Alyce Anne; Ford, Violet Este...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 24 September 1937

Justices Play First Game Tomorrow at Tee Jay; Support Your Team; Game Starts at 2:30 P. M. Vol. XI. School Gets Compliments On Monocle Paper Takes Highest Honors In Quill and Scroll Critical Service of 1937; Wins Award "Our congratulations! The Monocle has won outstanding honors in the 1937 Critical Service"—thus read a letter this week from the Quill and Scroll International Honorary Society for High School Journalists. With a final score of 920 out of a possible 1,000, The Monocle won the international honor rating given to the paper of superior achievements. Superior Achievements "The judges of this year's service, under the auspices of the Medill School of Journalism, recognize your paper as one of superior achievements and bestow upon it an International Honor Award," said the writer. Out of the possible score of 100 for selection of material, The Monocle received 100. It made perfect scores on news coverage and variety of interests, and an excellent score on editorial achievem...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 24 September 1937

Page Two THE MONOCLE (ESTABLISHED 1929) Published Bi-Weekly by the Students of JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL RICHMOND, VIRGINIA PRINTED BY THE DIETZ PRESS, 109 EAST CARY STREET fTNTEPNATIONAp jw3) W CMember \ I 1930-37) Member, Southern lnterscholastic 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 Ninita Gonzalez, Robert Rosenfeld Managing Editor Eugene Roane Copy Editor Caroline Eason Boys' Sports Editors Sherwood Eck, James Abernathy, Richard Jeffrey, Heywood Willis. Girls' Sports Editor Zerline Stockmar Feature Editors Antoinette Foxwell, Constance Dalton, Louise Alston, Mildred Slavin, Dorothy Foster. Alumni Editors Mildred Mason, Ruth Pierce Cadet Reporter Carlysle Pendleton Art Staff Marguerite Smith Exchange Editor Frances Brown Advertising Manager.. Kemper Fitch Circulation Manager Frances Thrasher Photograph Editor Ray ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 24 September 1937

Justices Will Open Grid Season Tomorrow THROUGH THE KNOT HOLE By SHERWOOD ECK AND RICHARD JEFFREY Well, it's football season again and Coach Miller of John Marshall High School has rounded into shape another gridiron team. * * * * Backing Coach Miller are six lettermen who worked wonders in putting the Justices on top last year. They are Winnie Siegfried, fullback; Morris Boltz, center; Clinton Moore, tackle; Tommy Moncrief, halfback; Jack McKinney, end; Milbourne Clark, quarterback. * * * * Because of the loss of seven of last year's star gridders, who have gone to college. Coach Miller is being forced to shift into places less experienced men. But with the grid coach's keen eye and wise direction and continued practicing, it is likely that he will be able to turn out as good a team as John Marshall has ever seen. * * * * Other men out for honors of the old Blue and White are Irvin Chasen, Hugh Keyser, ends; Aubrey Gibson, "Tubby" Gregory, Charles Hagerman, tackles; Russell Nowell,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 24 September 1937

Page Four While Students Play, T Committees Are Chosen Miss Mamie Auerbach Named To Head Activities Group; Three Others Are Appointed Announced from the principal's office this week were the following committees for the coming year. Activities committee, chairman Miss Mamie Auerbach ; other members, Miss Ann C. Cross, Miss Mary W. Montague, Miss Mary L. Peple, Miss Dorothy Cottrell, Mr. Keeling Sisson, and Mr. Pat Ely. The committee on assemblies will consist of Miss Florence Ingram, Miss Mary C. Williams, Mr. Oscar H. Parrish, Captain James C. Anthony, Miss Cordelia Cox, and Mr. Charles Troxell, with Miss Sadie Engelberg as chairman. For Education Week the committee will be Mr. Charles W. Moore, Mr. George J. Lux, Miss Pauline Benton, and Miss Mary Sampson with Miss Emily Holloway as chairman. On Safety Guidance, the committee with Mr. Ralph Chestnutt as chairman, will consist of Mr. Donald Boyer, Captain James C. Anthony, Miss Ann C. Cross, and Miss Helen C. Phillips. Pupils Warne...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 8 October 1937

Mr. Floyd E. Fowlkes Asks All Home Rooms To Elect Athletic Representatives Early During Next Week. Vol. XI. Mr. Bintord Tells Plans For Juniors Is Interested in Having Short Series of Talks on Practical Life Problems in Assembly "I am especially interested at this time in having a short series of talks on practical life problems to the juniors in our Richmond High Schools," said Mr. Jesse H. Binford last Monday in his office. A proposal to have these talks was made at the last meeting of the school board, and the superintendent was requested to work out definite plans. "What would these talks be about?" Mr. Binford was asked. Here he gave a big puff on his cigar and replied, "The answer is that these talks would be on subjects of great importance which many parents hesitate to discuss with their sons and daughters." Practical Advice Mr. Binford continued by saying, "These talks would center around the right relations between young people, how for instance, girls should conduct thems...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 8 October 1937

Page Two THE MONOCLE (ESTABLISHED 1929) Published Bi-Weekly by the Students of JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL RICHMOND, VIRGINIA PRINTED BY THE DIETZ PRESS, 109 EAST CARY STREET (IKTtBMATKMM) Yffi n 1936-37 ) jggjp Member, Southern Interscholastic Press Association Member Columbia Scholastic Press Association Entered as second-class matter September 18, 1 9 29, at the postoffice at Richmond, Virginia, under the Act of March 3, 1879. Co-Editors-in-Chief Ninita Gonzalez, Robert Rosenfeld Boys' Sports Editors Sherwood Eck, James Abernathy, Richard Jeffrey, Heywood Willis. rirli' Unrtt Fditnr Zerline Stockmar Feature Editors Antoinette Foxwell, Constance Dalton, Louise Alston, Dorothy Foster. Alumni Editors Mildred Mason Ruth P ercf A a rt e staff por,er ;;;;;;;;:;;;;;:.\Mar'gu\rhesmhh Exchange Editor.\\\\\\\\\\\. Advertising Manager •• • Circulation Manager PanhW Photograph Editor . .. •■•••••■ ■ • • FnrH Assistants to Editorial and Business Staffs.. .Jean Bruce, Hilda Ford, Phoebe Jordon, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 8 October 1937

Justices Oppose Glass High of Lynchburg THROUGH THE KNOT HOLE By SHERWOOD ECK AND RICHARD JEFFREY Do you know what it is for two teams to march of? the field, neither victors nor losers? Well, this happened in the Justices' grid opener with Alexandria two weeks ago on the Tee Jay field. Both teams trotted on the field, fresh, ambitious, eager to win over the other, only to walk oft, the game a draw. But then when you get right down to thinking, it's not so bad. You might say that both teams came through as winners, for a draw sometimes means that your team is too strong to be conquered. And who knows? Maybe this was the truth about the John MarshallGeorge Washington game. However, whatever may be said about the teams, they surely did put up as fine, and as clean football game as has ever been played, and their sportsmanship was great. In the John Marshall-George Washington game, the outcome was a tie score of 6-6, both teams missing for the extra points. * * * * DAVE EWELL Little Da...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 8 October 1937

Page Four Young Men of John Marshall Curator Tells About Party Association Has Birthday Tea In Honor of John Marshall; Bicentennial Exhibit Shown To celebrate the birthday of Chief Justice John Marshall, officers and the board of the Association for the Preservation of Virginia Antiquities held a tea, Friday before last in the John Marshall house, from four to six o'clock. Only persons receiving printed invitations which the committee sent out could attend. This party was a special bicentennial feature. "The members of the John Marshall house committee served as hostesses at this very informal affair. Four debutantes assisted in serving the refreshments which consisted of punch, tea cakes, and hot biscuits," said Miss Sarah Gwathmey, curator of the John Marshall house. There was a special bicentennial exhibit. This exhibit showed furniture of John Marshall, silver service, miniatures, and a manuscript notebook of the Chief Justice. Among the pieces of furniture was the first dining ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 22 October 1937

Community Fund Launches Campaign Drive; Hopes To Hit $601,000 Mark, Help Civic Enterprises. Vol. XI. Publications Are Entered For Contest Editors To Attend Convention In Lexington To Represent John Marshall Publications Four pupils from John Marshall will represent the school publications at the thirteenth Southern Interscholastic Press Association Convention held in Lexington, Virginia, on October 29 and October 30. They are Ninita Gonzalez and Robert Rosenfeld, co-editors of The Monocle; Ann Robey, editor of The Marshallite, and Stuart Gate, editor of The Record. The main events that will occur will be a receptioin, including dancing and refreshments on October 28 at 8 o'clock; the Quill and Scroll banquet and dance on Friday night; the convention banquet at which winners of contests and all trophy winners will be awarded; a tour of historical Lexington and a visit to Natural Bridge; and many other pleasant events. See Pictures During this convention the delegates from John Marsha...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 22 October 1937

Page Two THE MONOCLE (ESTABLISHED 1929) Published Bi-Weekly by the Students of JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL RICHMOND, VIRGINIA PRINTED BV THE DIETZ PRESS, 109 EAST CARY STREET (M (Member \ ,««If™' ) WSO-37 ) g&aro 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. Co-Editor,-in-Chief Ninita Gonzalez, Robert Rosenfeld Managing Editor •E u S?f ne R° anc Co fiv Editor Caroline Eason Boys' Sports Editors .. Sherwood Eck, James Abernathy, Richard Jeffrey, Heywood Willis. . , Cftflric Fditnr Zerline Stockmar Feature Editors ...Antoinette Foxwell, Constance Dalton, Louise tJSfkSZ*. Miid, rf M. t R«h pj„« CtJ« Riftru, ? en &E a r , c,„a Marguerite Smith Exchange Editor. KemTe^Fitth Advertising Manager • F tch Circulation Manager Frances Thrasher Photograph Editor .. •••••••• •• • F „ J Assistants to Edit...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 22 October 1937

Justices Face Magicians Here Tomorrow THROUGH THE KNOT HOLE By JAMES ABERNATHY AND RICHARD JEFFREY HEAR YE! HEAR YE! HEAR YE! Mr. Floyd E. Fowlkes, athletic chairman at John Marshall, working in conjuntion with Bobby Frayser, head cheer leader, and the Greyhound Bus Line, has figured out a plan by which 500 or more Marshallites may profit. It is concerning the Maury-John Marshall football game at Norfolk on November 6. The plan is this: If 500 or more students will go to the game, the Greyhound Bus Line has very generously consented to a rate of $3.00 per student to Norfolk and return. This will include also a ticket for entrance to the game. Here indeed is what the school, as well as some of those persons who could not afford the regular transportation fee for a round trip to Norfolk, has been for a long time seeking. As for the game itself, the Commodore-Justice game is always one of the best of the year in the Virginia Literary and Athletic League. The team, too, will profit by y...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 22 October 1937

Page Four Miss Black Says Brilliant Polish Is Poor Taste Class Hears Beauty Talk Miss Edith Black Gives Hints On Makeup to Miss Horner's First Period Sewing Class "There is no demand for the brighter shades of nail polish among women with good taste," said Miss Edith Black, while speaking to Miss Horner's first period class last Monday. Miss Black, formerly of Chicago, now in one of Richmond's most exclusive beauty shops, said that only school girls seemed to care for the bright and gaudy shades in nail polish. Brilliant Polish, Poor Taste "The brilliant polishes are not worn by women with good taste and never have been. They are not in the least attractive and merely cheapen you," continued the attractive speaker. Miss Black then glanced around the room at the hair styles of the girls assembled. "Most of you," said the beauty expert, "have your hair combed in the most becoming way, but there are a few whose hair is a little bushy and a little too long." Here Miss Black called one g...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 5 November 1937

The 'Marshallite' Wins Gup In the Class A Contest Of Southern Association At W. and L. University. Vol. XI. Educational Week Begins Next Monday Open House Day To Be Special Feature; College Catalogues In Library; Travel Pictures Announcing Education Week, November 7~ 1 3) the Education Week committee here told of plans for open house day, moving pictures, exhibits, and other activities for the pupils and friends of John Marshall High School. "There will be a travel moving picture for each of the assemblies, Miss Emily Holloway, chairman of the committee said. Students To Speak The public speaking students will make talks in seventy-five home rooms in Wythe and John Marshall during activities period. These talks are at the request of the home room teachers. Wallace Clark, Mildred Mason, Alden Ruffin, Dorothy Moore, and Eleanor McClintic are among the speakers. In the library Miss Preston will have college and university catalogues on display. In addition there will be scenes of the c...

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