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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 21 April 1939

Page Four Three Ex-Marshallites Run for Junior Mayor. Alumni Are In Election Callie Foos, Harvey White, Jr., Desse Toombs Seek Office As Richmond's Junior Mayor Among the candidates for junior mayor of the city of Richmond, three received their high school education at John Marshall High School —Callie Foos, Harvey A. White, Jr., and Desse Toombs. Collier Manages for Callie Callie Foos, class of '35, is very active in social and church affairs and at present is (pursuing her studies in art and costume design. Managing Callie's campaign was Edward T. Collier, president of the Young Republican Cluib of the Third District of Virginia. Harvey White graduated in the class of '32 after taking the course in vocational electricity and is now employed at General Motors Company. Robert Thistlewaite served as manager for Harvey during his active campaign to win the election for the position of junior mayor for one day. Desse Works for U. S. Desse Toombs, class of '33, continued her education a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 5 May 1939

National Society Chooses Twelve New Members Who Take Vows of Club At Seniors' Assembly. Vol. XII No. 15 Honor Group Receives 12 In Ceremony John Marshall Capter Taps I New Members in Assembly; Dr. Sublett Delivers Speech As Walter Gam-bill, president of the John Marshall chapter of the National Honor Society, announced the names of the new members in assembly last Monday, each candidate was led to the candle-lighted stage. States Three Aims "Every member is selected on three qualifications," the president explained to the seniors, "scholarship, leadership, and character." Walter told the new members what was expected of them and f impressed on them the responsibility of their position. Mr. James C. Harwood introduced the sipeaker, Dr. Hugh Sublett, pastor of St. John's Church, who delivered the main address. Dr. Sublett spoke of the illusiveness of wisdom and declared that the older be grew the less he knew. Group Admits Twelve Those admitted into the chapter were Melvin Montague Bi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 5 May 1939

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 (INTEBNATIONAO PPIS (Semberf EST ) 1 935-59) 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-Editors-in-Chief Gordon Crenshaw, Sally Reveley Business Manager Harry Pattie Managing Editor Tom McLeod Copy Editors... .Mary Elder, Addison Daltnn, Bob Filer, Ben Rouzie Boys' Sports Editors Bruce Kellison, Billy Mallery Feature Editors Evelyn Cosby, Harriet Lewis, Nancy Oxenham Girls' Sports Editor Mary Ann Hallmark Alumni Editor Peggy Kyle Cadet Editor Thomas McLeod Art Editor Frances Headley Photograph Editor Wallace Lundie Exchange Editors Virginia Holzbach, Evelyn Sayers Circulation Manager Wirt Hatcher Advertising Manager Sally Powell Assist...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 5 May 1939

Twenty Trackmen Go to Roanoke Saturday SPOTLIGHT SPORTS 1 BY BRUCE KELLISON and BILLY MALLERY $ American youth should be grateful that the only type of mask they have to put on is a catcher's mask, instead of a gas mask. The only cracks are the sounds of baseball bats against balls, instead of the crack of rifles in a training camp. While Americans learn to be good sports, people of other countries are becoming proficient in the genitle art of murdering their fellow-man. Let's stick to our baseball and football and leave the gas, bayonets, and bombs to the barbarious. * $« $ * DOINGS ON THE DIAMOND Thanks to Ernie Thompson's ability to keep 'em in the groove and ,the resit of the team's ability to back him up, the Justices are out in front in the Central District, at this writing. True, Jay Em's * sluggers are leading by only one-half game, but their chances to improve the margin are excellent. The ratings* are as follows: «• 4 W. L. John Marshall 4 1 Hopewell 3 I Alexandria 2 2 Tho...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 5 May 1939

Page Four Two Ex-Marshallixes Head College Paper Names Heads For Journal Board of Publications Elects Marie Keyser, John Jordan As Editors of Weekly Paper Marie E. Keyser and John E. Jordan, graduates of John Marshall in the class of '36, were named Westh amp ton and Richmond College editors •of The Collegian , University of Richmond newspaper, in appointments announced recently by .the board of publications. Both Marie and John have worked on the paper for three years and have served this year .as managing editors. Marie began as a reporter in her freshman year and was promoted to news editor last year. John, also, started his journalistic career in college as a reporter and was promoted last year to the (position of feature editor. Belong to Fraternity Already members of Pi Delta Epsilon, national honorary journalistic fraternity, both have taken part in other college activities and iboth have been awarded intermediate honors. Marie was recently tapped by Mortar Board, honorary fr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 26 May 1939

215 Graduate in February, 669 Hope for Diplomas In June; Exercises Are To Be Held on June 9. Vol. XII No. 16 669 Students Are Applying For Diplomas 215 Members Leave in Winter; 454 June Seniors Are Hoping For Sheepskins This June There will be 669 applicants for graduation including the 215 , February applicants. The June applicants, numbering 454, follow: Adams, Thomas William; Alcock, Thomas Keck; Allen, William Ernest; Allen, Wilton Earl; Alston, Virginia Elizabeth; Altman, Theresa Marie; Anderson, John Sumner; Anderson, Nellie Inez; Antone, Joseph Ferris, Jr.; Antonelil'i, Martha Gloria; Armstrong, Edward Ernest; Atkins, Charlotte Ruth; Augst, Joseph Anthony, Jr.; Bailev, Norma Kathleen; Bailey, v\ llliam'W., Jr.; Baird, Vivian Taylor; Balducci, Vienna Mane; Baldwin, Joseph Livingston; Barden, Ercell Linda; Barker, Ivan Franklin; Barlow, Lois Vivian; Barlett, Margaret Lee; Bass, Genevieve Harrison ; Bass, James j Warren; Baughan, William Tucker; Beaslev, Marvin Kirk; Bend all, E...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 26 May 1939

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 <IWTf*TIONMJ (Member f EST.Jpflmi c )1936-59) Member, Southern Interscholastic Press Association Member, Columbia Scholastic Press Association Entered as second-class matter September IS, 1929, at the postoffice at Richmond, Virginia, under the Act of March 3, 1879. Co-Editors-in-Chief Gordon Crenshaw, Sally Reveley Business Manager..... Harry Pattie Managing Editor .Tom McLeod Copy Editors Mary Elder, Addison Dalton, Bob Filer, Ben Rouzie Boys' Sports Editors Bruce Kellison, Billy Mallery Feature Editors Evelyn Cosby, Harriet Lewis, Nancy Oxenham Girls' Sports Editor Mary Ann Hallmark Alumni Editor Peggy Kyle Cadet Editor Thomas McLeod Art Editor Frances Headley Photograph Editor Wallace Lundie Exchange Editors Virginia Holzbach, Evelyn Sayers Circulation Manager Wirt Hatcher Advertising Manager Sally...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 26 May 1939

May 26, 1939 School's Largest Senior Class Applies for Graduation 669 Students To Graduate (Continued from page one) Kathleen Carmen; Jones, Lirawood William, Jr.; Jones, Virginia Lee; Joyce, Alice Eleanora; Joyce, Dorothy Louise; Joyner, All'ie Esitalle; Kahn, Shirley Mae; Kane, William Davis; Kaufelt, William Edward, Jr.; Kellison, James Bruce; Kemp, Mary Louise Kennedy, Werner Harry; Kern, Edward Warrick; Kidd, Walter P., Jr.; Kirby, Virginia Arlington; Kocen, Shirley Rena; Krapin, Ida Shirley; Kurzman, Sylvia; Kyle, Peggy Jeanne; Kyle, Win field Nelms; Lanighorne, Charles Rolfe; Lawiford, Jacqueline Eddins; Lawson, Evie Chambers; Layman, Frederick, Jr. Others are Leber, Lucille Otelia; Lemon, John Filmore; Letien, Jack Henry; Levenson, Irwin Herbert; Levin, Irving Lester; Lewis, Audrey Inez; Lewis, Harriett; Lin as, Doris Jean; Long, San-ford Merton, Jr.; Luck, Melville Earl; Lucy, Betty Melville; Lundie, Wallace Randolph; Level], Melvin Green; Malders, Helen Ida; Mallery, Billy...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 26 May 1939

Page Four The Record Publishes Thirtieth Anniversary Issue MF>- IJ!& Br H HT Jf mm i JBf - WW4aa WJH| j™Mß| | H§ Mv, I#> BHp" v^ r jAfl S I 1 '. JB n , ... , , ... „. , „ . I —Courtesy Richmond News Leader. The sponsors, shown in the picture at left, are as follows: Norma Smith, staff; Charlotte Atkins, Band; Mae Bryant, Company A; Norma Bailey, Company B; Ann Robins, Company C; Beth Eaton, Company D; Jane Scales, Company E; and Frances Mathews, Company F. The picture at right shows two judges inspecting Company C. Miss Jeffries Heinrich's History 7 Class Visits Capitol Building Mr. Charles Houston, Author of 'Sideshow' in 'News Leader,' Shows Students Around Capitol Building, Telling of Odd Things In connection with .their study of civics, Miss Jeffries Heinrich's history 7 class went down .to Capital Square recently to visit the Capitol building where they met Mr. Charles Houston who guided them about the building. Mr. Houston, editor for three ye...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 26 May 1939

May 26, 1939 'McMullin Undefeated in 100, as Season Ends |-- - j - it*. SPOTLIGHT VJ| SPORTS" BY BRUCE KELLISON and BILLY MALLERY In this, the last issue of The Monocle for this session, we of the sports staff want to wish the readers of the ;olumn goodbye and thank all our supporters for their kindness. We perhaps have not turned out the best page possible, but we have tried to present the Blue and White sport events as clearly and as accurately as possible. We have enjoyed writing the column, and we flatter ourselves that some of you may have enjoyed reading it. We want to apologize to those that it didn't suit and to thank any fans we may have had. But enough of this sentiment. Let's get back to the of the column. $$ & $ RECORD 6F TRACK *Place Position Points Chapel Hill Invitational Second Place— 8 Hopewell First Place —84^ District Second Place—39^ Haury First Place —69 [ihike Invitation Sixth Place—ll Tidewater j|£.. . . Third Place —30 ''Villiam and Mary Frosh Fir...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 26 May 1939

May 26, 1939 McMullin Undefeated in 100, as Season Ends ' fIL SPOTLIGHT £ SPORTS * BY BRUCE KELLISON and BILLY MALLERY I t, | Li In this, the last issue of The Monocle for this session, we of the sports staff want to wish the readers of the ;olumn goodbye and thank all our supporters for their • kindness. We perhaps have not turned out the best page possible, but we have tried to present the Blue and White sport events as clearly and as accurately as possible. We have enjoyed writing the column, and we flatter ourselves that some of you may have enjoyed .reading it. We want to apologize to those that it didn't suit and to thank any fans we may have had. But enough of this sentiment. Let's get back to the uDurpose of the column. «$ $ $ RECORD <±)F TRACK *Place Position Points , Chapel Hill Invitational Second Place— 8 Hopewell First Place —84 Sentrall District Second Place —39 Maury First Place—69 < iXike Invitation Sixth Place—ll Tidewater r . . . Third Place—3...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 26 May 1939

Page Six Some Pupils Receive Help With Studies Anne Miller Improves in Her English; Others Appreciate Coaching in French, History Some John Marshall students who get behind in their school work, because of absence or inability to keep up with their lessons, are coached by fellow students supplied with a better knowledge of the subject. Grades Are Higher Josephine Jasper of room 202 coached Anne Miller with her English for about a month. Since Anne takes transcription, which requires two recesses, Josephine helped her only fifteen minutes every day, while others spend thirty minutes doing this. Referring to the coaching, Anne remarked with appreciation that it has helped her verymuch. Her grade has risen twenty-five points. "I liked helping Anne, and I found it a great experience. Sometimes, however, it was difficult for us to get together," smiled the coach, who is now helping a pupil with her history. In teaching others, Josephine has improved her own grades, as Avell as those of t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 22 September 1939

Mr. Harwood Advises That Students Include Math In Academic Curricula, Lauds J. M. Association. Vol. XIII No. 1 Mr. Harwood Gives Advice To Students Work of Student Association Receives Principal's Praise As New Term Duties Start Mr. James C. Harwood, principal, stopped work at his desk, last week, to send a word of advise to the students of John Marshall and to commend the Student Participation Association for its fine work last term. Students Jack Math Mr. Harwood emphasized the fact that many students can not get into college because they lack mathematics and urged that all students planning to go to college take mathematics in every year. "Almost all colleges require two years of algebra and plane geometry," said Mr. Harwood, "and one college requires solid geometry." Association Gets Praise When asked if the Student Participation Association, which was organized last year, had been of any value to the school the principal replied, "I think the student association did a fine piec...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 22 September 1939

Page Two THE MONOCLE (ESTABLISHED 1929) Published Bd-Weekly by the Students of JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL RICHMOND, VIRGINIA PRINTED BY THE DIiETZ PRESS, 109 EAST CARY STREET iiHTVmlxmuj (Member IP Member, Southern Interscholastic Press Association Member, Columbia Scholastic Press Association Entered as second-class matter September 18, 1929, at the post office at Richmond, Virginia, under the Act of March 3, ls/7 Co-Editor,-in-Chief Ben Rouzie, Clifton Lon| Business Manager Wallace Gregory Assistant Business Manager .Victor Skorap. Boys' Sforts Editor ••-•• ••• • - ••" j „ Feature Editors Barbara Parker, de Gaetam, Doris Hasty. ...mi" l i —v-* -*~ t ' Alumni Editor iT 1 . Myra Barder CadetAfMm^ Benme Butts Phonograph Editor. '. .William Webt Exchange Editors Opal Brown, Estelle Overtor Circulation Manager ....................Melvin Bishop 'Assistants to the Business and Editorial Staff .... Earl Brothers, Irvi ng King, Ed. Smithers, Douglas Wiggins, Dorothy Amiss, Heler Downey, Haz...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 22 September 1939

September 22, 1939 Lawrenceville Will Play J. M. Here Today f THROUGH THE KNOT-HOLE « By BILL STAGG .ufh-iZK BEGINNING a new football season, the outlook is exceptionally 'bright for John Marshall fans. In the first place, the Justices have a very strong squad, composed mainly of lettermen, the remainder being made up of .twenty reserves. In the second place, a number of games are going to be played in our own stadium, which should allow every loyal Marshallite to be present. Those lettermen who returned this year are: Billy Duke Lineman Joe Baldwin _... Lineman Aubrey Gibson Lineman Bernard Dotson Lineman Randolph Owen Lineman Melvin Lyle Lineman Joe Hoffman Lineman Bill Klein Back David Bucher Back Raymond Beasley Back <S> <s> # Some of the Justice gridders have odd ways of sleeping when they're away on trips. Last season at Roanoke Ranny Owen, 6 feet 5, and Bob Whitlow, same altitude, .forsook football for contortions when they slept in...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 22 September 1939

Page Four Orchestra Is In Harmony To Begin Year Mr. William T. Sinclair States That Symphony Orchestra Is Planning One of Best Years According to the director, Mr. William T. Sinclair, the John Marshall Symphony Orchestra is preparing for one of its most successful years, having had many weak spots reeniforced by new pupils from the Junior High Schools. Nears National Average "The John Marshall orchestra is approaching rapidly the national standard for high school orchestras," Mr. Sinclair declared enthusiastically at the close of one of the regular daily rehearsals. This year the orchestra will play some advanced music in Schubert's "Unfinished Symphony," and Beethoven's "First Symphony," both of which are on the national list for high school orchestras. , Material Plentiful Mr. Sinclair contends that the orchestra has some of the best material ever to enter a John Marshall orchestra. "All sections," he said, "are well balanced, with the exception of the trombones. If I could find ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 6 October 1939

Red Cross Starts Drive For Membership; Miss Gleaves Is Supervisor; Representative Talks. Vol. XIII No. 2 Jesse Lasky Speaks Here About Stars Names Qualities for Success Of Motion Picture Actors; Speaks to Language Pupils Mr. Jesse L. Lasky, talent scout and producer in the motion picture industry, talked informally to language students last week about his experiences with stars, about his pioneering in the industry, and about essentials for success in the motion picture world. Pioneered in Arizona "Along with Cecil DeMille and Samuel Goldwyn," said Mr. Lasky, "I began pioneering in 1913 at Flagstaff, Arizona, until one day somebody told me about a place called Hollywood." In telling about his experiences with the stars, Mr. Lasky boasted that he introduced stars who are now married. About Jeanne-tte Mac Donald and Gene Raymond he humorously remarked, "And now they are Mr. and Mrs. Mac Donald." Miracles Happen "Miracles have happened from the first day in Arizona to this," said Mr. L...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 6 October 1939

Page Two THE MONOCLE (ESTABLISHED 1929) Published Bd-Weekly by the Students of JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL RICHMOND, VIRGINIA PRINTED BY THE DIETZ PRESS, 109 EAST CARY STREET CIH TE3WAT IQNAp (Memberl^siim^)l93B-39) 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-Editors-in-Chief .....Ben Rouzk Clifton £>ng Business Manager... Victor Skofapa mSS. nageT :. :::::::::::::::::"''' Bale™ lowim Copy Editors Marion French, BiU Richards Fcature fi Parker, Ruby Crowe, Vincen de Gaetani, "F- JS SSS" va -mmx m: isa-iSSS wl King, Ed. Smithers, Douglas Wiggins, Dorothy Amiss, Helen Downey, Hazel Jeffries, Bernadine Klein, Tommy Hughes, Louise Walters. Typists. .. .Dorothy Archer, Jean Barnett, Aurrey Cox, Jean Carter, Francis Davis, Gwendolyn Douglas, Jean England, Audrey Franklin, Frances Garbett, Katherine Harde...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 6 October 1939

October 6, 1939 Justices Meet Charlotte in Night Classic f THROUGH KNOT-HOLE By BILL STAGG THE Justices' first encounter of the '39 football season proved them to be everything that was strong and mighty. They fought a comparatively easy battle and emerged the victors over Lawrenceville High School with the score standing ,at 45 to O. This score, incidentally, is the same as the score of last year's game with Lawrenceville. Dave Bucher smashed through the line and tallied three Blue and White touchdowns, while Bill Klein bore down on the enemy for two. Beasley and Ryland added one six-pointer each. <s> # # The Justice ends, Melvin Lyle and Randolph Owen, proved that the flanks weren't such a weak spot after all. The surprise of the day was the half-pint Justice ball-lugger, Shorty Hicks. Hicks, who weighs only 145 pounds, jitterbugged all over the field and was a glowing spark in the J. M. backfield. Dave Bucher and Bill Klein made up the Justice powerhouse. Th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Monocle — 6 October 1939

Page Four Sophomores Boost List Chandler Sends 194; Hill, 4; 182 Pupils from East End; Thomas Jefferson Loses 9 Names of sophomores who have just come from junior high schools of this city are continued this week from the first issue of the paper. From Chandler come Rosa Berwick, Ann Collins, Sophia Holzbach, Dorothy Young, Thomas Abbott, Elizabeth Adams, Hope Hobcroft, Frank Irving, Earl Johnson, Gordon Joyce, Mae Leftwich ,Edward Mahoney, Juanita McMichen, Katherine Perry, Gill Riggs, Janet Schleiser, Betty Jo Stover, Margaret Beville, William Begille, Payne Montague, Alice Bailey, George Bowis, Wesley Bradley, Barnes Carter, Dorothy Christian, Jean Dunstan, Margaret Duval, Walter Figg, Dorothy Knight, Russell Leonard, Arthur Leath, George Mitchell, Florence Quarles, John Singleton, Stuart Tompkins, Dorothy Watts, Fred Aldridge, William Ammerman, Irvin Barnard, Merrill Bidgood, Suzanne Fitzgerald, Irend Godwin, Thomas Lloyd, Theresa Eties, Mary Williams, Ann McNeil, and Julain McC...

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