The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on February 25, 1954 · Page 16
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February 25, 1954

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 16

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'·, , t , , F»b. »; 1»$4 CaMw City, U. Award Court · 4 f r.p^* **· J- » ' ' fc i * Honors Osage X »" ' · ' - X Girl Scouts 'M; - OSAGE--A 11 Girl Scout i court of awards was held in the basement of the Home J - Trust i and Savings Bank fonGirl Scout-Troop'12. , The girls prepared their ,own program, including a skit by, the entire group. First-"aid'badges were^awarded'' to- iPenny Birum, Beth Colwell, Barbara Fritz, Lois Gillerman, Nancy .Jeffries, Jean Kozak*, Brooke Lewis, Marcia Rosenfeld, Diane Rowland, Julie Ro- v^ng, Shirley "Schwab, Karen Srio- pek^ Mary Margaret Tesch and Bonnie Tibbits. Nancy, Jeffries and Mary Tesch each received the bibliophile badge and Bonnie Tibbits was promoted to second class rank. Karen Snopek was* awarded housekeeper, cooking and interior decoration badges. Each girl also received a membership star, representing her participation as a registered Girl Scout for the past year. Mrs. -Alex Nagy, who has been leader of the troop for the past two years, is moving from Osage and Miss Janet Peterson assumed leadership this week. Mrs. Roy Birum and Mr. and Mrs. Walter E. Sheldon have been troop committee members for the past year, with the new troop committee consisting of Mrs. Roy Birum, Mrs. Leo Fritz and Mrs. John Colwell. Aiding Troop 12 in procuring first aid badges were two nurses from the Mitchell County Memorial Hospital, Miss Muriel Bratland and Miss Betty Dillon. At the close of the program, the girls presented a thank you gift for .Mrs. Alex Nagy and served refreshments to the group of guests. Students Win Speech Honors FOREST CITY -- Forest City High School entered the preliminary contest of the Iowa High School Speech Association at Britt High School and received the following awards, the numerals indicating the division. Oratorical--Karen Sheller, Doug Glime I. ': Dramatic--Wanda Carlson I. Humorous -- Margaret Lackore II.", : - . ' . : : · . . . : Interpretative reading -- Judy .Thompson, Karen Koto I, Jerry Chapman II. Original oratory--Oscar Kugler - One act play I--The cast of the p»e act play "Seeds of Suspicion" included: Jerry Armstrong, Marvel jRollefson, Edean Thovson, Suzanne Hill, David Hove, Richard Nelson, Janice Thompson, and Connie Nielson. Those students receiving a I r^ ing will advance to the pre-district of the Iowa High School Speech Association during the week of March 8. Tly-Up' Held for Brownies WESLEY--Brownies held a candle-lighted fly-up ceremony at the Legion Hall for four members who . became Girl Scouts. They are Carol Root, Mary Eisenbacker, Shirley Reiling and'Ruth Ann Nelson. Parents and families were guests and the girls presented three one- act relays after the ceremony. Girl Scouts gave two plays and hjnch was served. Leaders in scouting and their assistants.are, the Mesdames Dwight Bruns, R. E. New- trough, Lael Root, L. L. Pfeffer and Beatrice Hildman. 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