Chadwell, Powell Clayton
Powell Clayton Chadwell
Clayton Chadwell attened Lawlor Professional School from 1935 until the spring of 1944, when he transferred out.
From the 1936 Lawlor Professional School Yearbook:
Clayton is listed in elementary school at Lawlor in 1936.
From the Mar-Ken 1940 Primary & Junior High Yearbook:
Powell Chadwell wrote a section for this yearbook on the organization of the third and fourth grade class.
From the November 8, 1940 Mar-Ken Journal:
INDIAN POEMS: Powell Chadwell wrote the following poem:
The rain is in the sky
The rainbow is far above the flowers
They are waving good-bye to the sun
That makes all things grow.
From the 1941 Mar-Ken Primary & Junior High Yearbook:
Powell Clayton Chadwell was in the fifth grade class in 1941. He wrote an article on airplanes for the Yearbook. He also built a small drum for the school’s Rhythm Band.
From the 1942 Mar-Ken Primary & Junior High School Yearbook:
“Famous Sayings” from the Sixth Grade Class: Powell: “Wouldn’t you like to know?”
Class Predictions: If the stars are right Powell will be a comedian. He’s a pretty good one now… one of the best in our class.
Class Ambitions: Powell – – – – wants to be a comedian and vie with Tommy [Tobin] for popularity.
From the September 28, 1942 & the October 13, 1942 Mar-Ken Journals:
Powell Clayton Chadwell is a 3rd, 4th & 5th grade reporter for the Junior High Section of these issues of the Mar-Ken Journal.
From the 1943 Mar-Ken Primary & Junior High School Annual:
Nicknames: Powell – “Petunia”
Predictions 21 years from now: Powell Chadwell will be a clown in a circus.
What would happen if – Powell became a newspaper man?
Powell Chadwell is Editor-in-Chief of the Annual. He also served on the Journalism Choosing, Stencilers, Typing and Printers Committees.