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16 Aug. 27, 1952 Ma»ou Cllj C l t o b f . f i a r t l l r , MIIMMI l l y . la. HERE IN MASON CITY Rummag* Sal* 6th and Van Buren, Sal., from 0 lo 5. P r t p a r e to fora* ahead. Y o u , can do it quickly in the Field of Business. Greatest demand for office help ever known nl the highest snl- aries. Fall Term opens Sept, 1. The Hamilton School, Get your traveler* check* at th* First National Bank oC Mason City, Convenient and safe. Paper Headquarters, Shepherds, Boornbower's for l a r g e group of gas stoves for l i e n t i n g and cooking. Big N e w t -- You can see and feel the difference w i t h M a r s h a l l Swifts Sta-Nu f i n i s h i n g process a l j no extra cost. j 180 Sprtd Satin c o l o r s »t Pnyne's. "A single t r i a l t e l l s t h e tale." Let Lyons l a u n d e r your shirts. Ph. GOO. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Lennan, Pat and M a r y , iKiO 4lh H.W., h n v c returned from Scott A i r f i e l d , I l l i n o i s , where they visited llK'ir son, John. The Lennnns also spent sonic t i m e in SI. Unii.s ninl v i s i t e d HI- mer Mnd'ue and family, f o r m e r l y | of Mason City, in Mexico, Mo, For re-uphojs»*rlnfl. Ph. 2277. E v a n s Upholstering Shop. (!2L S. ·fed. E f f i c i e n t t u n i n g service by member of American Society of 1'inno Technicians. Kenneth H. Larson, :118 2tsL S. E. Phono XU7VV. R u m m a g e Sale, Sat. 8 to 4. 1303 N. Wash. Dear Leon: If you will take me to the Town House Rcstiuirant, for their delicious barhec|iied rils all will be forgiven. Love, Dorothy. R u m m a g e Sale: W o r k i n g girls' clothing jclenl for school, Kri. eve aiid Sat. :U)7N. Adams. For Sal*: 20 gal. gas water heater. 922 N. Penn. Th« Rock Falls WSCS will serve * f r i e d chicken supper in t h e i r church dining room, Wed. uve, Aug. 27, serving to .slati ql ab(/tit 5:.'tO p. in. Adults, $1; children !0 cents. Assignments of Teachers Announced Public Schools to Reopen Sept. 2 · Assignments of teachers in the Mason City Public School system have been announced by S u p t . L. If, Shcpoiser. . · Twenty-two now teachers are included In the a.ssit'iiuient.s, altliougli six of them finished live l!)5l-!52 school year in tle Mason City school system. The six are Louise E. Miles, Kobert Stout, Mrs. M i l - dred Gentrd, C. Sam Marks, Mrs. Colleen A. Church and Mrs. M y r a M. Frye. .The new teachers, with Hie exception of Mrs. l l u l h H. Cook, third griule at Roosevelt School, are pie- turcd on I b i s page. Two vacancies still must be filled. They are the positions nl second grade teacher at Wilson and first grade lonelier at Madison. Mason City 1'ublic Schools will reopen on Sept. 2. The tencher assignments follow: Directors Lyell J. Moore, c u r r i c u l u m ; Atvir , M. Sarchett, i n d u s t r i a l , vocntiona am! adult education. Specials K e n n e t h R. Church, superviso of physical education; A l m a Part ridge, elementary g u i d a n c e coun selor; Mrs. M a r t h a L. M a k e r , su pervisor of elementary art. H e a l t h E d u c a t i o n Nan Clack, school nurse M a x i n e Krlcndson, school Mrs. Mabel I I . Xickofoosc, nurse; Or. R a y m o n d F. school dentist. Special E d u c a t i o n Virginia R. Hyriuins, director Mrs. I r m a A. I'uschen, p r i m a r y J. L O R E N E McGIHNIS -- Madison, Second Grade MRS. H E N R I E T T A KROGH -- Jefferson, Third Grade MRS. MILDRED G E R A R D -- Senior High, Physical Training DOLORES WOITO --Wilson, First Grade M A R Y ELLEN CHASE --Wilson, First Grade MRS. MAXINE ERLENDSON --School Nurse ROBERT STOUT -Roosevelt Jr. High, English JOSEPHINE McCRORY -Roosevelt Jr. High, Home EC. B E V E R L Y J. BRADEN --Monroe Jr. High, Phy. Train. -Monroe Jr. High, English MRS. M Y R A M. F R Y E --Special Education TILFORD H. MATHRE --Grant, Principal C. SAM MARKS MRS. COLLEEN A. CHURCH -Grant, Fifth, Sixth Grades --Grant, Kindergarten Mrs nurse schoo Kim/. Don't hesitate. When it's time to MOVE -- call on US. Our long experience assures your satisfaction. HtlMENDIMGER RUTH E. JORGENSEN Harding, Second Grado LOUISE E. MILES --Harding, Fourth Grade MRS. NELDA THOMAS --Harding, Second Grade CHARLOTTE WENTZ MRS. M A R J O R I E PLUNKETT --Giirfield, Third Grade --Garfielc 1 , First Grade RUTH M E Y E R --Garfield, First Grade VIVIAN R. ZACK --Garfield, Sixth Grade i n t e r m e d i a t e ; I n t e r m e d i a t e ; Dorothea Dumiway, U r s . Myra M. Frye, Mrs. V i n n i e .1. Christensen, nd- 'anced inlermediale; Hazel I. 'ercy, visiting ttuicher: M a r i o n ,1. V e n v c r , r e m e d i a l r e a d i n g ; Lucille Johnson, junior high a d j u s t m e n t ·oom; Mildred M. Polwin, junior ligh a d j u s t m e n t room; K e n n e t h I. ik'ckman, speech t h e r a p i s t ; .'arl K. c o u n t y . sell, -I; K a Uteri no, Holts, speech therapist A. Gibson, 5; Josephine Howe, 5; Jennie Dc- fii'ool, fi; CeriUdine I''.. P o p h a m , it; ( M. Catherine Bnimton, vocal music. Madison School M r s . Lenore C. C l i f f o r d , p r i i i c i i ) ; Kern 15. Thompson, kinder- g a r t e n ; .1. Loronc M e G i n n i s , 2; !").' B n u i n a n . :!; Ednn II. ·I: M a r y Short. 5; Joseph Phyllis A. Schlcieh, vo- Smilh, Music D e p a r t m e n t Paul W. Nclim, i l i r e c l u r - i n s t r u n i e n l i i l ; J. J. Kil/Keraltl, b a n d ; ilenry T. Pnine, b a n d ; Mrs. Alar- jorie IJ. Stoiklard, is t rings; K. Staney D a v i s , i n s t r u m e n t a l - e l e m c n n r y ; Paul V. Nissen. direclor-vo c a l ; M i l d r e d M . J a e k s o n , super visor-vocal elenientiiry; lliilh Du- uls, .vocal-junior h i n l » ; Hhcon A. Woodward, -vocal-junior l i i y h ; M Callieriue fJrannon, v o c a l - e l c i n e n l a r y ; 10. W i l i n a Nyce, vocal-olc- i n c n l a r y : Phyllis A. Scliluieh, vo- o a l - e l e i n e n l a r y . Gnrficld School F r a n e i s M.. M a x w e l l , p r i n e i p a l ; Mrs. I no/. K. U r o w n c l l , kindcrgar- l o n ; M r s . i M n r joric I'ltinkett, 1; C i e r a l d i n e L. Atuler.son, 2; Charlotte Wenl/, l\: J e a n n e K. Moon, ·!; I t u t h Meyer, 5; V i v i a n /:u;U, t » ; '15. W i l m a Nyee, vocal music, Grant School Tilford I I . M i i l h r c , p r i n c i p a l ; Mrs. Colleen' A. Clnircli, kiiuler- P. Allo. (i; eal music. M c K l n t e y School Lena P. Nicholas, p r i n c i p a l ; Mrs. M a b e l ;oldie M. Sykes, N. K. linm.s, k i n d e r g a r t e n ; M i c h a l e k , I ; 1; Mrs. R u t h M r s . K a l h r y n M , L. O u t k n e c h t . :i; Mrs. Mrs. 7 social science. (Irani, 1) g e n e Mildred A. McDonough; -I; C. C a l f o r d , Florence I I . Sward, - I ; (lerl- Loren R. rude R r u c k l a e h c r , fl; Mrs. Bertha science; N a t l i n c A. Hanks, f.; ..I. Fayu Lylle, ii; 1; Stanley Cicclia II. V o l k m a n , ti; Phyllis A. arts, coach; Schlcich, vnciil music.. malheiiiatics; Josephine McCrory, Monroe School j h o m e economics: H a r r y 11. Meyer, Khler, k i n d e r g a r t e n ; j p h y s i c a l education, a s s i s t a n t M a r i e coach; Elsie V. Octkcn, l i b r a r i a n ; ijurtcit: l.ulu Pearse, 1: Charlotte K. BlunuMislicl, 2; Carol V. M r s . - R a y Rooks. 2; Wilson. 2; Leml A l m a N. Ogcscn, drcd M. I'otwin, a d j u s l m c n l room; Mrs. Stella L. Riley, home economics; Cecil (!. llodemcyer, in- d u s t r i a l urls: Amy L. ,Steffeti, 7 social science; C. Harold Vecnker, physical education, a s s i s t a n t coach; Irene L. Vesey, 8 social science; M r s . Pearl I I . V i c k , 7 mathematics. Roosevelt J u n i o r H i g h A. G. K r a g e r , p r i n c i p a l ; R u t h L. Tucker, guidance counselor; F r a n k - A . A l h c l m . a r l : K. P. Anderson, 9 m a t h e m a t i c s ; i n d u s t r i a l arts; 7 m a t h e m a t i c s ; Bartsch, Carlisle, K. Christiansen, 7 general Ethel N. C'ooko, i) social A. U. M. A. M a m i e science; science; football coach; M. E. Aspcnson,[Sarchett, diversified occupations; m e c h a n i c s ; Howard T. B a r k e r , [ S a r a h J. Senior, English; Frances biolofi wrestling coach; Paul Belim, band; Louis Bosveld. cons u m e r science; IL It. Hoyce, A. Slcffen, mathematics; C. W. Stcnckcr, physical training, bask e t b a l l tailing; physics, c h e m i s t r y . M a r g a r e l C. Brakei. com mer- lol ''. cial; W i l l i a m F. B u r n e t t , physical t r a i n i n g ; W. Lamont Constable, coach; W i l m a Rita C. I'ranck. !) English M a r y m a t h e m a t i c s ; A r l i n c C. D a u m . EnKli-sh; M a r i a n P. Dickinson, foods; Florence 15. Flynn, L a t i n ; John M . Fonkcrt, speech; Francos !·;. Forstcr, S p a n i s h ; I v a n S. Fosse, history; Mrs. Mildred Gerard, physical t r a i n i n g . Kenneth N. G r i t f i n , bookkeep- i n y , l a w , assistant coach; M a r i o n T. - H a a h r . ' c o m m e r c i a l ; Volney A. l l a n s c n , biology, golf coach; F. B. . j l f a t l i a w a y . 'woodworking; ''.Mrs. r a t j l l e l e n B . l l o u s e r , E n g l i s h ; Gciirgc C!. Hansen, L a t i n i S . Loscn, Spanish, business train- A, K u h l , i n d u s t r i a l ing; Leonard C. McGuire, modern Robert -1). M u c e k , S j p r o b l e m s ; W i l l i a m C. McKcown, Ailccn Stern, rc- L. Tallin an, his- cography; Julius II. Tesch, driver t r a i n i n g ; Helen E. Thomas, English,, dramatics; M. Donald Thomas. English, M a s o n i a n ; Mrs. Bonnie A. Uriell, design. Junior College C l i f f o r d I I . B e e m , d e a n ; Louis Bosveld. physical science; Luckla F. C a r l t o n , · F.uglisli; Edna C. Car- stcnscn, education, psychology: John M. Fonkcrt, speech; Frances F,. Forsler, French; Marion T. Ihuihr, a c c o u n t i n g ; Volney A. Hanson, basketball coach; Dan C. Ilorrick. history, government; Rollo C. Keithahn, history, economics. Harry E. Low, biology, nature study; M r s . Pearl J. Minor, librarian; W i l l i a m H. Moore, football coach; Paul V. Nissen, vocal; Harold S. Palmer, engineering drawing; I J j a l m e r V. Peterson, chemistry; Omer .1. Rupipcr, teacher education; Roger Russell, Bible literature: Marie J. Schalck a m p , English, journalism. Dr. Glen M. Krogh DENTIST 6 1 1 Brick Tile B!dg. PHONE 1189 Ethel M , Mrs. K n t i n k a C i . ' S t o u e r . 1; I. Fredrickson, 2; M r s . R. O. dcr, vice principal, if. Roosevelt School E l v i r a Peterson, p r i n c i p a l ; tin-! E v e l y n O l i v e r , 7 English. Mcrirv T. Paine, i n s t r u m e n t a l R u t h M. Morgan, k i n d e r g a r t e n ; Carol Northey, k i n d e r g a r t e n ; Bertha B. \Vassom, t; Esther M. W e r t h c n bach. 1; Alice Campbell, 2; Erna P. .Stoltcnborg. 2; Mrs. R u t h R. K l a r r , :!; Bessie J o r d a n , 3; R u t h P h v l l i s A H. I'ook. :?: Mildred Bente Slimv'J; Mrs. I S i n m a C. Jensen, 'li'tju^.jtt. A. Peterson, ·!; M e r l e M. White, -I; Mrs, D o r o t h y I ' n n r n e l t . fi; M a r j o r i e P. Clirisloffersen. »; C,. Sum M i l d r e d Carlson, I! M a r k s , fi. (i; M a r w a r e l L. Dona hue, ii; M. C a t h e r i n e llrnnnon vocal music. Harding School Mrs. B l a n c h e 0. Skovlin, prin eipal; Clara SaRCn, k i n d e r g a r t e n Mrs. i i u l h A n n linpipcr, kinder usic; S. F. Peterson, 7-8 English; Patricia J. Pollcck, physical education; llitdred j u s t m o n t r o o m ; A. social science English; home Walker metal work; l i b r a r i a n . W i l l i a m I I . track co;tch; lor, E n g l i s h ; cal; Florence Mrs. Pearl .(. Minor. Moore, m a t h e m a t i c s , Mrs. Edith S. N a y P a u l V. Nissen, vo- E. O'Leary, clothing; Esther Pagcnhart, history; Henry T. Panic, m a r c h i n g bant!; M. Potwin, a d H n r o k l s P a l m e r , ' m e c h a n i c a l ; J, Siesseger..^drawing; Gladys E. Price, com-! Robert Stout, 8-!)Uereiat; F. Noil Puhl. E n g l i s h . ' Mrs. Estella F. Slrock, i c : u i, c,a/clte; Alice Riter, history.| economics; K a t h e n n c W.j Wnrrcn A. R u b y , a r t ; A l v i e N.! , m a l l t c i n a l i c s : Feme l'*.i«r PRESCRIPTION PHARMACY "Where Pliarmacy Is a Profession" 21 E. State St. PHONE 872 Wilson, 8 general science; Rheon g a r t c n ; N e l l i e M . Fahnestoek, I ; Mrs. Laila H. Hall, 1; Lillian 1C. Thoilen, J; lUith K. Joruensen. 'i: Mrs. Nelda Thomas. 'i\ Hilda K. Lund, :i; U u l h K. W a l l s , ,'f; Viola j l l e n n r i c l i . -I; Louise K.. Miles, ·!; jLorcne Quinn, . r ); W a r r e n K. j M o o r c , 5; M y r t l e Iv Pre.stin, fi; · M a r y Keep, (i; W i l m a Nyce, vocal music. Jefferson School Krant'is M. M a x w e l l , p r i n c i p a l ; Mrs. lieverly J. A l h e l m , kinder- Hart e n ; Betty Ann Patten, 1; Mrs. Dorninc P. Hanscn, 2; Mrs. Henrietta Krogh, H; Alia M. Honker, ·I; M a r g a r e t B. H a r l m a n . 5; M r s . Florence B. D e l l a K C , «; E. Wilma Nyce, vocal music. ' ' Lincoln School . Hazel F,. Coon, principal; Doris J V . duller, kindergarten; Mrs. l A l n i a Hagcrman, 1; Mrs. Helen L. Simpson, 1; Susan 0. G r n n d m a n , 2; Mrs'. Gladys J. Myrlon,: 2; Arlene M. Glade, 3 ; . . M a r g a r e t ,1. Hognn, :i; Mrs. Hazel M. McCol loufih, ·!; TMrs. Nellin C. While- K u c n n o n , ii; vocal music. Wilson School Yonion L. K i r l i n , Cresccncc M. Sobolik, t e n ; Dolores Woito. I ; Chase. 1; K a t h e r y n E Esther M. Ahrcns, :»; hind. -I: A r r a / c t a L. Kricger. 5; cneva If. Kriegor. ti: M. Calhcr- ine B r a n n o n , vocal music. Monroe Junior High Donald C. ilenn, principal; R u t h L. Tucker, guidance counselor: Beverly J. Bradcn, physical edu- c a t i o n ; Helen B r i g h t , 8-9 English: Betty L. Hurley. 7 English; R u s sell W. Clarke, !) general science, coach; Ruth DuPuis, vocal; John J. Fitzgerald, i n s t r u m e n t a l music; E. Dale Foster, 9 social science; M. Charlenc Garrols. home economics; Earl L. G e r a r d , i n d u s t r i a l arls. L. Donald I l a l m , 8 science; Helen B. Hallcr, Nadinc G. Hansen, Latin '','. R ,' 1U 'i A. Woodward, vocal music. Michael Vovce r i' Senior High School '. .Inscphf P. O. lirimsvnld, p r i n c i p a l ; S c h l e i c h j R . P e n n e y , vice p r i n c i p a l ; Helen j J P . F u l l c r l o n , girls adviser; Rob-! ert L. I l c s t o n . athletic director p r i n c i p a l ; kindcrgar- M a r y Ellen! Carr, 2. :);! Irene Swcd-i INSURANCE AGENCY 8 N i n t h Street X. IV. I'MONF. 2390 W. l l a r n a c k . a r t ; Lucille 1 son, adjustment room; Krzisnik, m a t h e m a t i c s ; g o u c r a l j l i b r a r y ; !; Roy John- Frank L. Florence Lawlcr, .7 general science; J a c k McDougail, English; M^aric Mcn- dcnhall, 9 mathematics: David E. Mitchell, 8 iniithcnintic.s. M a r y T. Piggotl. E n g l i s h ; Hii- It's New! Complete Personal Security for Y o u . . . 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