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February 20, 1954

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 11

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The Maroon Published livery Wwlt In ," ho School" ,,,«,· iy b uilcjiu oi j o u r n n l l K i u of lloJy Kanilly School Member o f ' Catholic " School" ProTM Association ami Quill ;,n,l Scroll ·"·. i i i · - '·· 1 1 i-EDITORIAL-- One Pupil's Opinion- By CAROLYN SUTTON Today our motion picture industries are turning out bigger movies for the public. CinemaScope and 3-D have added to the popularity ol the modern day films. But with expanding progress in the production and aiming of the pictures, llic motion piety re industry is slipping concerning the morality o[ some of the latter films releases. The pictures arc- bigger but not better. A short t i m e ago some d a t a was received on (he new f i l m , "The Krcnuli Line." This f i l m is strongly condemned by the Legion of Decency and by the members of the motion picture industry itself. The Breen office, which enforces the code of ethics, refused to give it the seal of approval. "The French Line" is of low morality content. U is up to us to keep siicli movies out of our comm u n i t y . If we let the managers of our local theaters know how we feel about such movies we can help prevent the release of such indecent films as "The French Line." Now is the time to act when these films are being released not later when they have invaded the public. Last .summer, "The Moon Is Blue" was shown. M a n y did not realize its low rating. Are we going to be drawn into (he same trap t h a t was so s k i l l f u l l y set for us as before? The work of doing a w a y w i t h this type of films is not for tflic or for one group. As a good citizen do your part. The entire c o m m u n i t y must unite to keep improper pictures off the screens. Get your organization behind this move. Let the box office know how we feel. We w a n t a good, clean America that can withstand all wrong. We want to keep wrong from our screen. You, too, want a good, strong America. Stay away from movies t h a t arc condemned! ROO J Edited by HOLY FAMILY and BLU New Faces, Story, Songs Background for Varieties' Darktown Varieties are here* 'again! For the fifth lime the theatrical talent of Mason City sponsored by (he Holy Family Athletic Association gets together and in song and dance, entertains. Past seasons' local talent has played before a crowded auditorium anil the curtain has always gone down with a call for an encore. The desire of a theatrical career for Lannie Peters provides the setting for the a n n u a l Varieties show which is to bo held Feb. 28 March 1 and 2 at the Mason City High School Anditoritim. F a t h e r John Reed is directing the production and the choreography is being done by Kay McGuirc. The part of Lannie is played by J a c k i e Johnson and bis sweet but Airs. Robert fiettman. Mary Beth Sartor plays the part of his talented sister who also longs for a musical career. Lannie's sympathetic and love- struck brother is played by Jim Grell and his best buddy, who determined mother is portrayed by JOSEPH SCHOOLS Maroons in District Play Against Osage By RICHARD CONWELL The Holy Family basketball team wiil be out for their 22nd and 23rd [Win of the season in district tour- n a m e n t play next week at the makes his dreams come true, ls" amcnl K'^fC W °*? f th ? norlravcd bv H n r r v lto« Koosevclt J- .eldhouse. Monday at portrayed by H a r r y Koss. Those adding greatly to the headaches of young Lannic are three c a p t i v a t i n g characters: S u m my, Mi la- Carlos O'Hrien, 8:30 p.m. they meet Osage. Coach Ken Comvuy's boys are capable of using cither a 1-3-1 zone a man lo man defense plus a a fine ndur liuz/ie Jr a m a n o m a n ' e n s e - f l l U COml press ' Thc ' lu/vc Nolterieke. Tickets may be obtained from them d u r i n g the season. They have well balanced scoring attack and I i , . « · » * - · » I V U * " J I V . ^ V « CH--/4 1JI£ « V L students and Lngler Drug, )ienty of j m | i v idual ability. Vance M u s i c Company, Casey Drug, M B A ' P h a r m a c y , St. Clair- Starks and Corner Drug at Clear Lake. Chuck Hogan, senior, and G a r y Brophy, junior, arc out of school for two weeks because of illness. Chuck spent a week in Mercy Hospital. Gary's help is missed in editing the Maroon pngc. VICTOR ADDING MACHINES A choice of keyboards and capacities. Practical for shops, restaurants, farms, homes, offices, and wherever ADDING is done. MAX EOYD TYPEWRITERS 20 First Street S. E. Insurance Wise LET BOB OR JERRY DO IT. Ail Kinds All Good INSURANCE IlVi So. Federal PHONE 321 The Maroons h a v e looped a toil of 1,513 points for an average jf 09.5 per game. They have al- owed their opponents lo score 1,208 points for a 48.3 average. The Joys have had a better t h a n 75 point average in the last five iames. Their individual scoring has been 'airly uniform. Herman Zirbel, a transfer student, was admitted to play this semester and in six James averaged 15.G points. The other boys' scores read for the seaion: Bob Wilson 12.5, Denny Lannon 10.G, R u l i e Vega 10.1, Jim Malhahs 8.8, Denny Bruns 7.3 and David Berrie 4.3. The first two games played during the season were dropped to Notre Dame of Crcsco and to Fer- .ilc. They also lost to Dowling of DCS Moincs in January. At Du- u u q u e they bowed out of the diocesan tournament when they met I. C. of Cedar Rapids. The wins have been over Notre D a m e of Crcsco and Fertile in a second round; Rudd two; St. Ce- ·ilia's of Algona two; St. Mary's of Marshalltown; St. Augustine's of Austin, Minn., two; Corpus Jhristi of Fort Dodge; St. John's - - - ,, - - _ . - -- , of Bancroft two; St. Joseph's of ne stated: "In the shoreless storm- PRACTICE M A K E S A SHOW--Kay McGuirc, Waterloo, director of choreography for the annual Darktown Varieties, shows Janice Somers, Jane White and Nancy Fortune the correct techniques of the Viennese waltz. 'They are three of a group of girls who will perform in the matinee and evening performances, Feb. 28, March 1 and 2. ment play), I m m a c u l a t e Concep- world and its various philosophies St. Xavier's of Dyersville ocesan tournament). Catholic Book Week Featured "Christian Reading for a United World" is the theme for the annual Catholic Book Week to be observed Feb. 21 to 27. The Catholic De WILDE AUTO SERVICE COMPLETE MOTOR TUNE- UP AND BRAKE SERVICE 15 4m Street N. E. Phone 1848 The Finest Gifts For All . . . For All Occasions, Come From Our Store. Drop In Soon ASK RAY SENEY 19 Easl State See the NEW 1954 EVINRUDE Whispering OUTBOARD MOTOR Come In--Let us show you this Outstanding Motor Decker Bros. DETERMAN ELECTRIC 320 1st St., S. W. PHONE 894 Perfection Ranges Perfection Refrigerators Admiral Refrigerafors Lighting Fixtures Electrical Wiring , North Iowa's Newest and Most Complete Linos in Dinnerware Glassware arid Unusual Gifts SEE KATHRYN'S CHINA GIFT SHC-V 25 1st S. E. Phone 868 Gift Wrapping Free of Charge Library Association is sponsoring the week. They have done much to promote good reading material in the Chrislian world. ·- The bulletin boards in the class rooms carry reminders of what to read and what not to read. Book jackets are on the bulletin in the corrjdor. ROSES FOR THE WEEK To the Maroon team, who enter district tournament play Monday evening at Kooscvclt Ficklhousc. They go into the district with 21 wins and 4 losses. They arc winners in the classrooms, too, and Holy Family students and faculty are proud of their scholastic ability joined with their manly conduct and their athletic prowess. DICK'S TV CENTER TELEVISION SERVICE DUMONT TV 409 N. Federal Ph. 946 FILMS Developed AND Printed * LEAVE FILMS AT YOUR DRUG STORE CO-MO PHOTb COMPANY : MASON CITY W A T C H - DI A M O N The men at Boe Jewelers are Specialists in Watch Repairing. Prompt Service. B-O-E--Best of Everything · Pen and Pencil Sets · Leather Goods · Toiletries · Prescriptions Filled · Fountain Service * M. B. A. Pharmacy Mason City three, (one in tourna- .ion of Charles City tv/o; H a m p .on two; Northwood (tournament) Coach Ken Convvay is a gradu- Announce Last Skating Party All students have been invited to a chaperoned skating party which is to be held Thursday night at Skate Haven. It will last from 7:30 to 10:30 p.m. THIS IS MY FAVORITE--Students preparing posters and book jackets for Catholic Book Week are Thomas Schma- lowsky, Karen Giesen and Ruth Arnold. Tom's favorite is Hoyes' "How to Fly"; Ruth Arnold illustrated a Zane Grey novel, "Spirit of the Border"; Karen's poster bears the theme of Catholic Book Week, "Christian Reading for a United World." Book Week is Feb. 21-27. Week Stresses Good Literature's Power for World Unity "Christian Reading for a United World" is the theme of Catholic Book Week, Feb. 21-27. This project advocating better reading is grade students sold tickets for sponsored by the Catholic Library'"Thc Susan Casey Wins Prize Fourth, fifth, sixth and seventh A bus will School at 7:15 leave St. Joseph p.m. for anyone Feb. JO, 1954 H Mason City Globe-puzeUe, M»«oa Clljr, the Vol.. 5 February 20, 1934 No. 21 Published Every Week In the School Yoar by the Joiirnallsin Class of Saint Joseph High School ; · '· Editors . . . . . . . . . . and Larry Ktcharel MoorehenU Juniors Pick Rings for-'55 "What type o£ ring did you or- dcr?' has been a f a m i l i a r question of junior students. ··.·,, Miles E. Davis, representing -- * -- -..j~..~ Josten's of Owatorfna, Minn., dis- wjshing transportation. A bus will played various kinds of class rings. return to St. Joseph's again at i:!0 p.m. Seniors at SJI1S are in charge. This wiil be the fourth party held this school year. Money being raised by these projects will be used for a gift to the school at graduation.--J. M. S. Orchids and Pebbles-THANKS TO: Sister Mary Eleanor, music director, who directed "The Gypsy Troubadour" . . . All those who helped put make-up on before each performance . . . Jefferson Bus Line drivers who were so nice to us during charter trips . . . All the during Our KGLO for trips rings. Juniors had a stones to pick from Two sets of rings were picked. Following this the, class eliminated all but two selection of when they went to order their rings from J. J. Renter, local agent. Stones included were imitation rubies, blue spinels and black onyxes. The setting of the ring is of white gold with the year printed on the outer edge. An hour glass on the ring symbolizes time.--J. S. College Speaker Addresses Seniors Representing St. Thomas Col- KRIB and broadcasting the Jo- Association. " grade The spiritual welfare of society demands an intelligent, alert and well - informed Catholic reading population. Pope Pius XII has defended the aims of the Catholic Press many times. Addressing an American, journalist group in 1945, Gypsy placed Troubadour." Fifth first while seventh hawks games . . . The business firms who helped make the broadcasts possible . . . Blue J Patrons. CONGRATULATIONS TO: The cast and chorus of the "Gypsy Troubadour" who put on a splendid performance . , . Susan Casey, grade 5, for selling the most tickets. SYMPATHY TO: All those who dear ones choice of a pointed out grade placed second, selling tickets amounting to $124.60 and S115 respectively. Susan, Casey of the fifth sold tickets amounting to and was awarded a gold grade $23.40 cross. Sister,Mary Eleanor, music eacher, promised to treat both ·ooms.--E. F. have lost their Larry "Pebble Bernemann who was injured during the SJHS-Manly game. STONES TO: Those who still don't obev the college. Mr. Powell why Catholic high school students should attend Catholic colleges. He also spoke of the different courses offered at St. Thomas and explained bow to enroll at the college. Mr. Powell invited each one to visit St. Thomas College and get Acquainted with the school and some of the students. James Walsh, '52, is in his sophomore year at St. Thomas.--J. C. Bishop Sheen Thanks Juniors for Offering Junior Class Secretary Sharon _ _..,., ,,.,, Bair has received a letter from rule of silence in the halls.--J. W.- Bishop Sheen thanking the class harried ocean of the press o£ the of life, the Catholic press shoulc and a prophet. ( stand as a seer (di- p °Pc Pius X and Pope Pius have expressed similar views. XI Through this crusade, habits o v^uuiJj xvcii vuilYciy J$ a graUU- ^ - f ^ t w w ^ j i vauo tiuoaut;, liautLS CJ ate of Loras College. His year at reading worthwhile literature shov, v* uv. «^v *-i\j L M j \s\J M L*^ ft\f , I il? J V l i i l rtl, ^····o " - 1 V * * * . * . » · * * » . . » Holy Family is his first of coach- t n c w a V to true ing. Christ.--P. K. brotherhood Students Entertain Holy Family's P. T. A. Members The regular monthly meeting of the P.T.A. was held Wednesday afternoon in the school gym. Mrs. Max Schrock, president, was in charge of the business meet- ng. The room mothers of the 4th ind 5th grades were the hostesses. The entertainment was furnished by different classes of the school. The 2nd and 3rd grades paraded rhythmically and per- 'ormed to the "March of the Wooden Soldiers." The 8th grade sang as their opening n u m b e r "All Hail to the Flag." The girls recited in. unison "The Divine Office of the Kitchen," while the boys in their turn gave 'The Flag Goes By." "The Little Did Mill" was the solo sung by Helen Sweiger. Jim Frank at the piano played "Rustles of Spring." The class sang as their concluding number, "I Love to Whistle." Tom food was emcee. The 9th grade reproduced the High School Keeps Photographer Busy Eugene Kernan of the Russel Studio, attended St. Joseph School Thursday. He visited all classrooms and put in a full day from 9 to 4. 3 urpose of Mr. Kernan's day at chool was to take pictures of school activities. Seniors got the eel of caps and gowns. Junior and senior class officers got glimpses of the prom. Gym classes were caught in action. Administration personnel were photographed in ypical situations.--D. M. number which was so popular at .he recent Sodality Valentine party. "Lucy and Jeremy" in verse was given alternately by the girls and boys. Susie Kclsh as ,ucy and Jerry Kay as Jeremy received superior rating. Student Finds Car Unreliable Students at S.J.H.S. have various vays of getting to school. Buses offer good transportation for some, cabs for others .and cars for still others'. Some SJites have their own cars, and some drive their parents'. But cars aren't always such a reliable source of transportation, as Mary Jean Cornelius discovers after her embarrassing experience of being stalled on 1st Street. Walking seems to be the surest way of getting to school in some cases. With cars, buses, cabs or walking, the students make an effort to be in school on time. Well, at least, most of the time.--E. F. :DA SPONSORS 'OETRY CONTEST An a n n u a l poetry contest is spon- ored by the Court Joan of Arc 52 of the Catholic Daughters of merica. It will be divided into iree divisions. Division l is for rades 4-6; division 2--grades 7-9; nd division 3--graces 10-12. Divi- ion l and 2 will be limited to eight nes and division 3 is limited to 2 lines. There will be local and tate prizes and the national prize s $100 first, $50 second and $25 hird. The contest closes March 15 --P. C. TIM and TOM PHALEN CLEANERS 1 1 1 South Madison PHONE 50 As little as $1.75 a week buys A Royal Portable "You can pay more but you can't buy better" WOLFF TYPEWRITER CO. 401 South Federal Phone 1389 Marigold's CREAM TOP MILK 4 Oz. of Whipping Cream on Every Bottle PERFECT BOTTLE OF MILK Order from Your MARIGOLD DRIVER ~ SALESMAN Marigold Dairy, Inc. D. D. Book Jackets Form Project of Grade 6 Book jackets are being made by the sixth grade as a class project. Illustrations of a book they read are being drawn and also the title and author "of the book. Mary Jo Bernemann wrote ,, the life of. Juliete : Lo\v, the differ ent countries that she visited an how she organized the Girl .Scouts Richard Gerk wrote about the teamboat and who were the firs people to use the steamboat. These are but a few of the book reports made by the 6th grade.--J. C. for their offering to the missions. [There has been a collection taken .up at every mission meeting since the beginning of school and it was sent in to the bishop some time ago. Bishop Sheen said be would [remember the class in his Mass Common Wary Enemy Contacts Clients Dear Friends, ^ I've been doing quite a bit ofU a st Sunday and in his prayers.-raveling lately. I always do about| K his time of year; it's more or less a vacation to me. The last couple of weeks or so , I've, been kiiidal sticking to ol' St. Joseph's and do-1 j ing pretty well at that. Sister seems to ;be complaining about her arm. getting tired, and the blue slip sup-| ply _is'running: : Jow. Don't you go feeling so good.'because you think I'm too busy to, come out "to visit! you; I, wouldn't even think of miss-l ing you; I never like to leave.any) one out--especially YOU. : Best of Luck MR. FLU. DAVIDSONS Beauty 3an Be Yours Phone 1072 For An Appointment. FLORIMEL BEAUTY SALON 29 First Street N. E. 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