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February 20, 1954

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 8

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Feb. 20, 1954 Masou City Globe-Gnutle, AUson City, la Winter Vocal Concert _ , ., 4. i . "* '. , Set for Tuesday Night , Mason' City's High School Vocal Department will present its annual winter concert Tuesday at 8 p. m. in the high school auditorium. The clioir will include on its program numbers siing at the Dorian Festival in Decorah, at which the group was "guest choir." The choir will present "Be Thou Not Still" by Foltz, "0 Spirit, Who From Jesus Came" by Havey, "Bread of Tears" by^ Christiansen, "Our Father"* by'Gretchariinoff and "Saluta- licm To the Dawn" by.Mueller. /The glee club will sing "Brown Bird'.Singing" by Wood, "Czecl Dance// a folk dance,. "The Star by Rpdgers, ''Spirit Flower" b Campbell-Tipton, "All The Things You Are" by Kern, "Me and M Teddy Bear" by Coots and "Whei I Have Sung My S o n g s" bj Charles. The choir will conclude will "Anywhere I Wander" by Looser "One Kiss" by Rombcrg, "No Mai Is An Island" by Whitney-Ring wald, and "Battle Hymn of the Re public" by Wilhousky. Paul V. Nissen directs the choii and Mrs. Henry Pendergraft the girls'glee club. There is no admis sion charge. Eliminations in Music Set Next Week Home eliminations for Mason City High School students partici paling in vocal, instrumental string and piano contests will be held Wednesday, Thursday anc Friday. The string contest will be held Wednesday morning in the siring room at the Music Hall. Dallas Tjaden, director of instrumental music at Ames High School, will be the judge. The pianp contest will be Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. in Room 57 in the high school. Sidney Stott, director of instrumental music at Osage, will judge this event. Vocal students will compete Thursday throughout the clay in the auditorium and Room 220. Miss Margaret Shellcn, supervisor of. music at Austin, Minn., and Robert M. McCowen, director of the Iowa State Singers, Ames, will be the judges. All soloists receiving Division I ratings will be called back to enable the judges to select three soloists from each THE REV. PETER JANSEN Jansen to Give May Sermon to Graduates The Rev. Peter J. Jansen, pastor of the First Congregational Church, has been selected by the seniors to deliver the sermon to the 1954 high school and junior college graduating class May 30 at Roosevelt Ficlclhouse. The commencement planning committee has elected to hold outside graduating exercises on Roosevelt Diamond, weather permitting. The girls will wear white gowns and the boys gray. Thursday, June 3, has been set for commencement. Members of the commencement )lanning committee are Sandra jevinson, Jean Bisbee, Delore. c \IcPherren, Jim Ransom and Susan Mott, high school'seniors; and tohn Benser, Janice Bowe and Jay Allen, junior college sophomores. SHIPLEY PRINTING CO. FOR QUALITY PRINTING PHONE 13!) . . . 3 FIRST ST. N. E. Tom Knmibhnlz -- Gcorpe E. Ouertin Clothing Corner of North Iowa New Spring SUIT Arrivals 45 STATE and FEDERAL ASK RAY SENEY See Our Beautiful Costume Jewelry section to represent Mason City in the sub-state contest. The band contest will be Thurs day and Friday in the Music Hall. Gordon Bird, director of instrumental music at Drake University, will judge the contest. AH students who receive a I-plus rat- ng will enter the sub-state con- est. Cub Quips ·- 56 Seniors Take Tests on Aptitudes By CAROLYN DeJONG Fifty-six seniors Wednesday look the Iowa Employment Service's examination, the General Aptitude Test Battery. It consists of six main parts: General learning ability, vocabulary ability, mathematical ability, space and form perception, clerical ability and manual dexterity. Twenty general fields and'about 2,000 possible jobs are covered,in the test. The examination is coordinated with the Kuder Preference Test to compare interest with ability in a field. Any other person interested in taking the test may do so by making an appointment with the employment service. GUEST S P E A K E R S this week in Dick Banning's modern problems classes were John Hrubetz, representing the Mason City Police Department, and Boy'd Arnold, fire chief. Hrubetz spoke on traffic problems, while Arnold explained methods of fire control in the city. Spring is just around the corner! Florence O'Leary's sewing classes are, very aware of the fact. The girls have started their spring outfits to make sure that they will be ready for those first warm days. C L I F F O R D H. B E E M , dean of Mason City Junior College, Monday explained junior colleges to the third period senior English class. Dean Bcem's talk was part of a unit on college preparation. B I L L MOORE'S g e o m e t r y classes are studying the proof of the Pythagorean Theorem. Joyce Egcland, a sophomore, explained that she was satisfied to take Pythagoras' word that the theorem is correct. THE CUB GAZETTE recognizes John Bahr as "Student of the Week." John, a junior, was behind the scenes almost every afternoon and nighl f o r t h e p l a y , "The Great Big Doorstep." H e was in charge of the sound effects and was second in command on the stage crew. John directed the BAHR building o f a wooden shanty used in the play, after plans for its construction were drawn up by David Millhiser, a senior member of the cast. For All Grades YELLAND HANES 11-13 East State Street Regina Bush Speaks to Commercial Club Qualities a person in business must possess were explained to members of the Future Business Leaders of America at their last meeting. Regina Bush, manager of the fashion floor of a local department store, also stressed the necessity of good grooming and personality. Agnes Bennett Teacher of VOICE and STUDENTS! 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Members of the varsity squad include: (From lower left following the "M") John Prohaski, John Hugo, Gary Ravlin, Volney (Zip) Hansen, Bob Gates, Brian Brunsvold, Dennis Remmert, Roger Diercks, Jon Bramhall, Tom Lewis, Bob Hahn, Bob Girton, Jack Aeling, Coach Bill Steneker, Ron Dillaber, Allan DeWitt, Dave Barnes, David Chambers and Joe Mentink ·¥·-- : : : Mason City Plays Lynx in Tourney It will be the Webster City Lynx against the Mason City Mohawks Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. in the district AA basketball tournament at Roosevelt Fieldhouse. In previous years Mason City las been paired against Charles ]ity in the district tourney, but his year the Comets drew Cedar Tails while the Mohawk.s were pitted against the Lynx. Mason City owns a pair of victories over the Lynx. Early in the season Mason City turned in a 50-41 triumph on its home court. Later, however, Coach Bill Sten- eker's team was forced into an overtime contest before emerging with a 58-53 victory. R A M B L I N G S -- J a c k Aeling, John 3 rohaski and John Hugo have improved their free throw averages during the last few games. Aeling now has hit 55 per cent of his attempts--39 of 71; Prohaski 33 per cent--7 of 21, and Hugo 40--19 of 48. Joe Mentink still tops the-iree hrow averages with 60 in 93 attempts for 65 per cent. Baseball practice for pitchers is scheduled to start March 1. Saxophone Quartet Introduces Theme for Band Broadcast "The End of a Perfect Day" will be used as the theme song for the first time on the Mason :ity High School Band's radio broadcast Wednesday at 8 p. in. on KGLO. It will be played by a saxpphone quartet consisting of Katherine Thbgerson, Sharon Hill, Barbara' .ytle and George Vajgert. This broadcast by the band is :he third in a scries. All music is tape-recorded in the Music Hall Future Teachers to Elect Officers Officers of the newly formed Future Teachers Club will be elected at the next meeting March 11. Nominating and bylaws comit- tees were organized in the high school auditorium at last week's meeting which was held on a countywide basis. A N C E M U S I C CO., JVC. : M A S O N C I T Y , I O W A CONN and PAN AMERICAN BAND INSTRUMENTS before the broadcast and then is replayed over the air. The band under the direction of Paul Behm and Don Lomcu will play the following selections: "Hill Country Ballad" by Williams, "The Famous Largo" by Hayan, "The Golden Eagle C o n c e r t March" by Walters, "Funiculi, Funicula" by Denza, "Overture Two-Moods" by Gundman, and "Wing-Ding" by Singer. KIWANIS H E A R S CHOIR The Mason City High School Choir, under the direction of Paul V. Nissen, Thursday noon presented a half-hour concert for the Kiwanis Club at Hotel HanCord. Kay Aanes, Marly s Zuke os Opposite as 'A' and'Z' By SHARON H1LLER Kay Aanes and Marlys Zuke, both juniors, are as opposite as 'A" and "Z;" yet they have some- :hing in common. Kay Aanes is the very first name in the alphabetical listing of all the students in Mason City High School. Marlys Zuke is the last. . "Always being first is some-, times a hazard," declared Kay "Since I'm first I have to be prepared to answer the first question the teacher asks." Every year when school starts Kay doesn't enter a classroom wondering where to sit. "I jus! take the first seat because that's where I always end up anyway,' Kay admittedi "Being last has its advantages,' said Marlys. Just the opposite o. Kay, Marlys is usually called or AANES ZUKE RCA Vicior TV Mason City Appliance 211 So. Federal Phone 1103 Have You Tried Borden's New D E V I L ' S F O O D B A R It's vonJIfo ice cream between two layers of devil's food cake, and the* whole thing covered with a delicious chocolate flavored coating. And . it's only lOc at your friendly Borden's Ice Cream dealers. Try it today[ Northern Iowa Bottling Co. 2210 South Federal Phont 101 the all -family favorite FOR ALL FRESH DAIRY FOODS-CALL Hermanson Dairy PHONE last so she has plenty of time to figure out what to say. "I'm always ready for a question because sometimes the tables are turned and I'm called on first," declared Marlys. "I don't mind bringing up the rear, even though it may have its disadvantages." Kay and Marlys are' the only oeople in school who can truthfully say, "We are the first and the last." Fried Chicken Bar-B-Qued Ribs Steaks--Lunches * * CALL US FOR TAKE OUT ORDERS * * COFFEE CUP 28 Second N.E. Phone 15 AMERICA'S FINEST OVERALLS for · MEN · BOYS · LADIES · GIRLS Complete Stock at GOLDENRULE 202 SO. FEDERAL Sally Griffin on Panel of Six to Discuss Citizen Education- Appearing Tuesday before high school principals from all over he United States will be Saily Griffin, Mason City High School seti- or. She will, be on a pniiel that wiil discuss, the ·Citizen Education Project before the National Association of Secondary School Principals in Milwaukee, Wis. Sally is one of six students selected for the panel from all parts of the United States. Sally has been busily preparing for her part in the panel by studying articles on the C.E.P. "Alice Riter a n d E s t h e r Pagc-nhart, American history leachcrs, h a v c been quizzing mi on the information I've b e e n reading, as a f i n a 1 preparation before 1 go," declared Sally. Besides being on panel, Sally will go to a banquet as the guest G R I F F I N of John Penney, Mason City High School vice principal. Sally will leave Sunday night get back to Mason City Wednesday evening. "I'm very anxious to go," exclaimed Sally, "and I'm certainly going to do my best as a representative from Mason City High!" Donald Henn, Monroe Junior High School principal; A. G. Krager, Roosevelt Junior High School principal, and Penney will represent Mason City at the conference. 16 Students Advance in Speech Meet Sixteen Mason City High School contestants won superior ratings in the preliminary speech contest held Tuesday in Mason City. They will advance to the prc-district contest here March 9. Those who rated superior include: Humorous Doclain--Lewis Garrotto, "Repertoire;" M o r c e n L-aird, "Mrs. Yifnif anc! Mrs. Ficdclbaum;" and Jo Ann Wcst- "Good-by Brother." Dramatic Dcclam-- Frieda Stern- hill, "Windshield Wiper;" Barbara lle, "Bury the Dead;" and Nancy Dopps, "Death of a Salesman." Oratorical Declam -- E l a i n e Wong, "The Quality of Mercy;" Patricia Vohs, "The Horrors of War;" and Sally Griffin, "Here's Something for You." Interpretive- Reading -- M a r y Schultz, "Balla'd of the Harp- weaver;" Thelma Williams, "The White Cliffs;" and Frieda Stern- hill, "The White Cliffs." Radio Speaking--Judy Koplen, GARRISON Building Stone Co. 'For Permanence and Beauty Build With Stone" I M I L E SOUTH OF MASON' CITY I'HONE 2.10 SWEETS - 10 South Federal HAVE YOU TRIED OUR NEW CHEESE CORN OR CARAMEL CORN A DELICIOUS SNACK' FOR THOSE TV PARTIES The Editor Speaks-This Week . Is important Special emphasis is being placed on the "Golden Rule" throughout the nation as we again prepare to ob'servc Brotherhood Week. Nationally speaking, we have a long way to go toward promoting benevolence and justice to all. In Mason City High School, however, discrimination is no problem at all. In fact, it is practically unheard of. To whom can we, as students, accredit our belief of social equality? We think that our teachers, through their co-operation in properly recognizing and interpreting Brotherhood Week, have enabled us "to dissolve our prejudices. As far as Mason City Itigli School is concerned, Brotherhood Week is achieving its purpose. Kassar, Fait Teams Tied for 1st Place With three weeks remaining Don Kassar's and Bob Falt's basketball teams arc tied for first place in the Hi-Y basketball league both with "five wins and four losses. Teams captained by Roger Connelly and Jack Brown are tied for third place witli 4-5 records. In games this week Kassar's cagcrs toppled Brown's quintet 27-17, and Connelly's five forfeited to Falt's team. Games scheduled for next week include: Kassar vs. Connelly and Fait vs. Brown. "Highway Accidents," and Sandra Levinson, "Advertising." Original Oratory -- Stanley Garfin, "Where's the Man Behind the Plow?" Extemporaneous Speaking--Edgar Cagley, "Will President Eisenhower's Appeal Before the U.N. for an Atomic Pool Return the World to Peace?" The one-act play, "Box' and Cox," with Sharon Hill, Eddie Allen, and Keith Rockwell also won a first division rating. Other schools participating in the contest were Clear Lake, Manly, St. Ansgar and Northwood. 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