Chadwell, Wallace “Wally”

Wallace Chadwell "Wally" 1943
Wallace Chadwell “Wally” 1943

Wallace Chadwell “Wally”

Died: February 2002

Wallace attended Lawlor Professional School from 1935 until his graduation from Mar-Ken School in 1943. Wallace is the brother of Ben and Clayton Chadwell.

From the 1936 Lawlor Professional School Yearbook:
Is listed in elementary school in 1936.

From 1940 Mar-Ken Yearbook, as a Freshman: 
What style! I am referring to Wallace, executing his favorite sport, the playing of badminton. When he is not doing this, you will probably find him in the corner drug store, in the company of – an ice cream soda. He gets in the mood when he hears Phil Harris’s arrangement of “In the Mood”, and the only thing that makes him unhappy is snobs. “Lion Boy” is his favorite book, and he’s partial to Social Studies and the color yellow. As for his ambition, he’d like to make acting his permanent profession.

From the September 27, 1940 Mar-Ken Journal:
THE WORKING CLASS: Wallace Chadwell – now working at Columbia.

From 1941 Mar-Ken Yearbook, as a Sophomore:
Wallace Chadwell – Borger, Texas

“To make money and plenty of it” is the wish of Wallace Cadwell,
Who likes to ice skate, study history, thinks cherry pie is swell,
His hobby is photography, he likes it quite a bit,
As for his favorite pastime, — he enjoys attending picture shows.

From 1942 Mar-Ken Yearbook, as a Junior:
Wallace Chadwell was born in Borger, Texas, on March 11th. He would like to become an actor and thinks Claude Thornhill’s “Snowfall” and the “Nutcracker Suite” are his favorite songs. He plays ping pong and gin rummy well, but don’t play the latter with him unless you want to be beaten, and he hates bad gin rummy playing.

Also from the 1942 Mar-Ken Yearbook:
“Wally” Chadwell’s ambition is to be an actor on the stage. His favorite sports are ping-pong and swimming but he also enjoys photography and drawing. His favorite book is “Europe in the Spring” and he’s always saying, “Izzatso?”

From 1943 Mar-Ken Yearbook; Senior Crossword Puzzle:
He’s always late for Mrs. Gilliland’s classes, and is famous for his dark hair and eyes and lovely tan.

Wallace was Consul of Carpe Diem (the Latin Club) in 1943.

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