Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on June 5, 1948 · Page 3
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Mason City, Iowa
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Saturday, June 5, 1948
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Vol. 18 June 4. IMS No. 36 __.. CUB GAZETTE __ Oldest School Page In Iowa" PublUhed e JEv«, Saturday in the SchoJl xenr by Students of the Mason City High School. Goodby All Good Luck Class of '48 C U ft 0 AZ tTT E "Cooperation Plus Service Make Our School a Winner" To Faculty — To Students VACATION JOYS FOUNDED IN 1929 DEVOTED TO MASON CITY SCHOOLS FOR BOTH PATRONS AND STUDENTS PUBLISHED BY M. C. H. S. Carol Morris Tops 266 H. S. Grads for 3 Years, Rita Ebert, Sophomore, Tops 977 Students in '47-'48 Lock Photo CAROL NORRIS 95.85—3 Years Tops 266 graduates with 96.55— M7-'48. Wins $20 Rule Prize. Wins University Women J. C. Scholarship. Sponsor Variety Show. Student Council. Commercial Club. DICK MILLJNGTON 95.75 — 3 Years * All State Band. Wins Bausch- Lomb. President Quill-Scroll. Editor-in-chief Cub-Gazette. LOIS NEEDHAAI 95.17—3 Years Wins Lions Club J. C. Scholarship. Secretary Student Council. Hi-Tri Member. , Lock Photo DuREE HUNTER 94.73—3 Years M. C. H. S. Chorus. Cheerleader. BARBARA DECKER 94.«8—3 Years Editor-in-Chief Masonian. M. C. H./S. Orchestra. Youth Council. Quill-Scroll. Center SHIRLEY MURREN 94.25—3 Years Editor Cub - Gazette. Student Council. Quill-Scroll. Lock Photo WAYNE DUNAVAN 94.21—3 Years Baseball, Basketball. M. C. H. S. Chorus. Vice President Student Council. Lock Photo DOROTHY GETTMAN 94.16—3 Years 'Wins Commercial Student Council. Girl:; Athletics. .DARLENE OUVERSEN TOPS 53 COLLEGE" GRADS 1946-1948 Lock Photo JAMES POSZ 94.13—3 Years Lock Pholo ROGER JANNSEN 93.75—3 Years Wins Lions Club J. C. Scholarship. Lock Photo DELORIS REYNOLDS 93.75—3 Years Wins Commercial $5 Award. Rita Ebert 1st Over All in Averages Rita Ebert, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Ebert, a sophomore, leads with 97.5 average as honor student for 1947-48 over 977 high school students. Moreover .Inline Adelsman, 97.25, David Parker, Homework pause Mason City Coca-Cola Bottling Co. Anytime you think of SPORTS -OR RECREATION think firsr of the store that can give you the BEST COMPLETE SERVICE and you'll think of Decker Bros YOUR SPORTING GOODS DEALER IN NORTH IOWA 7.0 ; Richard Jensen, 97.0; soph- •mores rank next. Carol Norris, highest ranking enior for the 3 years leads her lass for 1947-48 with a 96.55 av- :rage while Dick Millington, son if Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Millington, anking second for the 3 years, maintains his lead as second for 947-48. Tracy Kinsel, junior, leads the lass of 1949 for the current year anking fifth in the high school. The 9 other high ranking stu- lents for current year are as folows: John Umbarger, 96.5, Ron- ild Wolf, 96.5; Richard Hansen, 96.5; Diann Krall, 96.4; Richard ,'Iillington. 96,38; Frank Jones, J6.25, Shirley Groh, 96.25; Gretch- cn Krieger, 96.25; and Roger Cun- lingham, 9(5. Rita is a member of the string AGNES BENNETT Teacher of VOICE and PIANO 421 North Adams Phone 3228-W group directed by Miss Marjqric Smith and won a first place rating in the state music contest playing string bass. Rita, youngest of the Ebert children—Ian, Wilford, Daryl and Gilda—is maintaining the honor rating of her brothers and sister. MARIAN WOLKENHAUER 92.46—3 Years 34.25—'47-'48 Wins Cooper S50 J. C. Scholarship. Wins Membership Red Cross Aquatic School. M. C. H. S. Chorus. Student Council. Quill-Scroll. RITA EBERT 97.50—'47-'48 Tops 977 Students 1947-1943. First Place Winner State Music- Meet. DARLENE OUVERSON 3.55—194G-'48 College Y JOHN S. ROTI1AMEL 3.49—193G-'48 Colleee Y JAMES WHALEY Wins Ili-Y Scholarship of $73. REGISTER EARLY Principal Harold J. Snycler urges parents and students who wish information as to registration of courses in the high school or college for the coming school year to call at the principal's office in June or July and not delay the matter to August when the administrators a r e exceptionally busy with registrations. MISS DAUM'S ADDRESS Miss Arlcne Daum can be c •the For Furs, Cleaning, Laundry it's : Marshall f' Swift- V lf,i»«-ni fc-t«nttJ Marvyl building 305 5th N. W. during the summer. Hamilton School of Commerce Mason City, Iowa Approved For Service to World War II Veterans Carol Norris 1st in Class Leads 1948 Seniors With Top Percentage Carol Norris, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leo J. Norris. leads the class of iy-18 of 2G() students as top honor student with an average for the 3 years of 95.f!5. She also leads her class for the current year ranking 6th in the high school with 977 as total enrollment. Carol won the $20 Rule prize and a half-year scholarship to the Mason City junior college awarded by the Mason City branch of the American Association of University Women. Carol was sponsor for the variety show staged by the school to raise money for the 1948 Ma- sonian. She is a member ol the Commercial club. The 10 other top ranking students for the 3 years arc as follows: Dic.-k MilliiifSton. 95.75; Lots Nccdham, 95.17; Du Hoe Hunter, 94.73; Barbara UeckiT, n-I.GB: Shirley Mvirrcn, 94.25; Wayne D'.mavan. 94.21; Dorothy IlL-u'.e- ricli. !)-!.Hi: Jnmcs Poss. W4.13; KoRcr Jansscn. Oil.75; Doloris Reynolds, 93.75. Senior Girl Wins Cooper Award of $50 Marian Wolkenhauer, senior, won the 350 Cooper award to be used for tuition in the junior college in 1948-49. She was the representative chosen by the local chapter of the American Red Cross to attend the national aquatic school at Camp Dodge, June 1G-26. She must teach water safety, first aid and accident prevention this summer after being trained. Marian was a member of the high school chorus, the Fred D. Cram chapter of Quill and Scroll society and the Student Council. Dorothy Gettman and LaVonne Shaffer shared honors in winning the Commercial club awards of $5 each. John Wilch, junior, merited the American Legion Auxiliary award. James Whaley, senior, merited the Hi Y scholarship for junior college of S75. Exclusive with ALDENS SHOP THE TEEN-JR. SHOP AT ALDENS FOR YOUR COMPLETE WARDROBE. Merkels Aldens I The Ultimate in Lovejy Flowers For Weddings Anniversaries Sick Room Gifts Correctly Arranged Moderately Priced Kemble's Greenhouse Flower Phone 55 Main Downtown Office Shop 1205 So. Fed. 115 No. Fed. Enjoy One Today Sold in Your Neighborhood FROSTICKS A Mighty Good 5c Treat BORDEN'S HUTCHINSON'S ICE CREAM DIVISION SINGERS AT PARTY Father Ambrose Giannoukas greeted the members of the mixed chorus, Monday during their hour with ice cream and cake at hand. Each student was instructed to bring refreshments to his own taste. While the choristers enjoyed the lunch, Father Ambrose furnished the entertainment by playing several piano selections. Miss Ouverson Honor Student Leads JC Graduates With 3.5 B Average Of the 53 college students graduated, Miss Darlene Ouverson of Clear Lake ranged highest with a B average of 3.5 while John S. Rothnmel was second with 3.47. The other 6 sophomores with B averages were Helen Hughes. 3.4G; Strode Hinds, 3.44; Jerry Voiding 3.27: Peter J. Roihamel, 3.25; Robert Smalldridge 3.06 and Elizabeth Kellogg 3.00. ELECT OFFICERS Commercal club officers for next year are Albertu Percy, president; Pauline Woodarcak, vice president: Mania Garrison, secretary; and Barbara Hawkins, treasurer. Those o tiiers norninnlecl were Marilyn Hagen, Shirley Walters, Corrinp Taylor. Gwelda Green, Dorla Tucker, Marilyn Miller, and .lane BubliU. More than 1.000 Wisconsin hieh hiioi i-Uidenis have joined junior academy club? in the state. For Complete OPTICAL Service —CONSULT Dr. Keith V. Mace o. D. 21 East State The dahlia was named after Andreas Dahl, Swedish botanist. DRINK MILK Drink it at home, and drink it at school. You'll love it right from the bottle, or mixed with flavorful syrups. Any way and always, it's rich in cream in every drop. Hermanson Bros. Dairy PHONE 646 LYONS Cleaners Launderers Furriers Phone 600 Preserve your school memories with our fine Photographs. • LOCK PHOTOS 26 2nd N. E. Phone 558 SAVE YOUR CAR AND TIRES! "Go Vive Motor VTay " Buses operate on Regular Schedules Daily to and from Your Neighborhood. Mason City Motor Coach Co. Best Wishes and Success to the Graduates .of the 1948 Class To the Instructors of the Mason City Schools— May you have a most enjoyable vacation. KLIPTO Loose-Leaf Co. 17 S. Delaware Ave. MAJOR FUNERAL HOME "Major Service Meets Your Need" AIR or AUTO AMBULANCE PHONE 51 1 Better Light — Better Slant — Better Grades! AN ESSENTIAL INDUSTRY GIVING YOU FRltNDLY; DEPENDABLE SERVICE FOR YEARS we have catered to THE SCHOOLS Large stocks of quality School Supplies at YELLAND & HANES 11-13 East State St. SPORTSWEAR for Pretty-Smart Teensters Our Sports department Is complete with Spring styles that add glamour to play ... to work . . . • SKIRTS • BLOUSES • SWEATERS • ANKLETS Look Smart Be Smart Shop at ... BARON'S

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