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February 27, 1954

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

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27, Mnion CUy Globc-Gaiette, MISOII Clly, [a 4 Mohawks io Compete in State Wrestling Tournament Clobe-Gazctti! photo CROWS BEWARE!-- Proudly holding a check for $12 from Cerro Gordo County is Bob Birkholz, a junior. Bob received this check after he turned in the feet from 120 crows. Birkholx has received more than ?1G from crow hunting this winter. : Sometimes It's Plain Murder, But Birkholz Gets His Crows By RON PECH If you have noticed fewer crows around the countryside lately,'it could be that Bob Birkholz has been hunting again. Bob, a Mason City High School junior, has shot more than 160 crows this winter. He docs most of his hunting from* -4 to 6:30 p. m. "Crows usually have certain fly ways ami roosting places," Bob explained, "biit if they are disturbed or shot at too often, they will usually roost someplace else. Jf a big flock roosts in a grove just at dark, it is pure murder." "Crow hunting is not very profitable," he pointed out, "although once I made 70 cents in one shot." (There is a 10-cent bounty for a pair of crow legs.) BOB does his hunting with a semiautomatic 12-gauge shotgun and occasionally uses an owl decoy or a crow call. Bob uses his own imitation of crow cawing, too. Since Bob loves the out-of-doors, he hunts almost every kind of game. "I like coon hunting most of. all SHIPLEY PRINTING CO. FOR. QUALITY P R / N T / N G isa . . . ; FIRST ST. N. E. Tom Kruinbholz -- · George E. C.iiertlii though," Bob added, "but next year I am looking forward to tuinting deer if we have another deer season." B I R K H O L Z and his hunting companions bagged 33 coons and seven fox this year. Next year, however, they may get more be- :ause Bob is raising a coon dog. Asked if he likes duck hunting, he declared, "It's all right if I lon't get too wet, but last fall I ell through some ice into waist- leep water and mud when I tried o retrieve a chick that had gone lown. I never did get the cluck!" Hi-Tri Skating Party Set for March 8 Get out your roller skates and come to the Skateway Roller Rink at the Armory March 8. Hi-Tri i; sponsoring a skating party be ginning at 7 p. m., for all high school students. Clamp-on skates nay be rented for 55 cents and shoe skates for 80 cents. This also ncludes the admission price. Clothing Corner of North Iowa New Spring SUIT Arrivals 45 up STATE and FEDERAL ASK RAY SENEY See Our Beautiful Coslume Jewelry For All Grades YELLAND HANES 11-13 East-State Street : Two juniors, a sophomore and a senior will represent Mason City in the,state wrestling tournament Friday and Saturday at Cedar Falls. They are Frank Daskolas, 127-pounder, and Don Hohenfield, 103-pound class, juniors; Virgil DeVary, 154-pounder, a sophomore, and Captain Merlyn Olson, a 145-pound senior. Here are the Mohawks' opponents in the first round which gets under way Friday at 1:30 p. m.; Daskolas vs. Dave Melheim of Cedar Rapids Franklin, Hohenfield vs. Kaye Slocum of Cedar Rapids Roosevelt, Olson vs. Leu Peck of Cedar Rapids Roosevelt and DeVary vs. Bob Ilyke of Cresco. THE SECOND SESSION is set for Friday at 7:30 p. en. The semifinals will begin at 1:30 p. m. Saturday with the finals slated for 7:30 p. m. Olson earned his way to the ^tale meet by taking first place in the district tournament last- Saturday at Osage. The others were second-place winners in the tournament. Olson has been defeated only once this season, losing to Del Rossbei-g in a dual match with West Waterloo. He won the district by clecisioning Allan Hiscocks, Britt, 4-0 and Marlow Angell, Osage, 3-0. hjOHENFIELD with a record of 11 victories, three losses and a tie was decisioned by Charles Conway, Britt, 7-4 in the finals of the district. He won the consolation round, however, by pin- ning Penalune of Hampton. D a s k o l a s a m i Osage's Gary Klemesrud put on one of the best matches in the district. With the points even at l-t at the end of the match, Klcinesnid was given the decision on "riding time." The Mason Cityan, however, look second place honors. Daskolas has a 9-5-1 record for the season. D E V A R Y , pinned at Osage by Ron Mclcny, Brill, came back with two fails for consolation honors. His record is nine victories against five losses and a tie. The Mohawks placed third in the district with 22 points. Britt took the team title with 50 points and Osage was second witli 33. CUB GAZETTE PUBLISHED BY MASON CITY ( I O W A ) HIGH SCHOOL FOR STUDENTS AND COMMUNITY Editor -- llmuia Ouversoii Vol. %'4 -- Saturday, Feb. '!7. 1931 -- No. il News Editor -- MIVo I.ottus Cub Quips-To Be Sure Just Shout/ 7 Hi, Frank' By CAROL BABCOCK Frank Daskolas, a junior, has been having name trouble lately. In the district wrestling meet at Osage he was labeled "Daskatos" and "Paskolos." Frank ^s considering switching to some easy name like Jones or Smith during the state wrestling tournament to avoid confusion. T E A R I N G T H I N G S apart m a y be quite a joy for some people. This is what Bob Heston's modern problems classes are doing with the Constitution. They are studying it word for word in order to fully understand its meaning. V A R I E T Y is the spice of life, Kit a little goes a long way: .Much o her embarrassment, Dilo Woo- nas, a junior, arrived at the vocal department's Winter Concert Wednesday evening with two differently colored shoes. THE CUB GAZETTE recognizes andra Levinson, a senior, as "Student of the Week." Sandra was named Friday as the "Most Valu- ible Student" in he senior class o£ high schools within the jurisdiction of t h e Mason City Elks Lodge. She will receive a §50 U. S. Savings Bond. Other Mason City ffigfi School students receiving $25 bonds will be SANDRA Catherine Thogerson, Sally Grif- In and Rafaila Marquez. Sandra culminated a busy week by being a member of five vocal groups hat qualified for the preliminary tate music contest and was a member of the elections committee that supervised last fall's class elections, which received a Freedom Foundation Award. STUDENTS! Type your way to Better Grades with a REMINGTON PORTABLE Agnes Bennett Teacher of VOICE and PIANO 421 North Adams Phone 3228-W It has the Amaiing MIRACLE TAB sets, clears tab stops from Keyboard Use Our Convenient- Charge or Layaway Plan KEY-WAY Aiithoriied Kemlngton-Rantl ·*· SALES and * SEKVICE So. Delaware Ph. 1507 H E N K E L Construction Co. L General Contractors Who Cleans Suits the Best? The Sanitone Dry Cleaner Drive-in Service In at 9 Out at 4 IDEAL AMERICAN CLEANERS and LAUNDRY Free Pickup - Delivery 2 2 2 n d S. W. Ph. 22 The Masonaires' Name of Quartet "The Masonaires" is the name of the high school boys' quartet. It was proposed by a Hampton woman, Mrs. Lester Garrison. She read the article on the boys' quartet in the Jan. 16 issue of the Cub Gazette. The story revealed that the boys could not decide upon a name for the group. Mrs. Garrison wrote the boys, suggesting they call themselves "The Masonaires" or "The Mason City Four." The boys chose "The Masonaires." The quartet consists of Robert Abbott and James Rosa, seniors, and Jack Adams and Mike Loflus, juniors. Mason City Cagers Advance to Sub-State Tourney Play Mason City passed its first hurdle in the A A basketball tournament series play Wednesday night by defeating Webster City 63-53 at Roosevelt Fieldhouse. The Mohawks now move on to sub-state competition with a 5-15 record for the season. Pairing and sites for the sub-state tournaments have not* -been announced. This was the third victory for Coach Bill Steneker and his Mohawks over Webster City this season. The Mohawks took the other two games from the Lynx by scores of 50-41 and 58-53 in an overtime. Mason City led most of the game. In the last quarter Webster City started to rally after four Mohawk regulars had fouled out. Joe Mentink was the high point man for the Mohawks with 24 points. Duane Merrill, tall center, ed the Webster City team with 16. RAMBLINGS--Don't be startled if you see boys in pajamas running past. They are only members of the Mohawk track team clad in sweat clothes. They are getting into condition for the coming track season. . . . Back for another track season are Duaine Bcrhow and Walter King, juniors, who helped win second place in the two-mile relay at the state meet last year. . . . When the Mohawk cagers played Webster City Wednesday in the district basketball tournament, it was the first time in seven years that Mason City had not met Charles City in the- district tourney. . . . There is a letterman to fill every position on the Mohawk baseball team this spring. Seven of Coach Howard Barker's varsity grapplers who competed last week in the district meet at Osage will be back for competition next year. ON TO STATE--These four'·Mphavk^^vl·es G ffir^wSl Pl be competing Friday and Saturday in the state tournament at Cedar Falls. From left to right are: Front row--Don Hphenfield, Merlyn Olson and Frank Daskolas; back row-Virgil DeVary and Coach Howard Barker. Eight Speakers Advance to Finals of Forensic Group Eight students representing Ma son City High School in five events have advanced to the state finals of the High School Forensic League- April 1-3 in Iowa City. They qualified for the event in the district meet here last Saturday. They are: Debate--Jim Ransom, Ed Cagley, David Shepoiser, John Bahr and Ronald Christenseu; interpretive reading--Terry Finley; radio speaking--Barbara Lytle'and Ransom; original oratory--Stanley Garfin; and extemporaneous speaking--Cagley. The next tournament for speech students is the pre-district of the Iowa High School Speech Assn. The meet will be held March 9 in Mason City. CAVANAUGH TO SPEAK Bob Cavanaugh, program director of radio station KR.IB, will be the guest speaker at Monday's meeting of the Hi-Tri Club at 7:30 p. m. at the YWCA. High School Election Plan Wins Award Mason City High School has re ceivcd one of the 1953 Freedom Awards of the Freedom Foundation. The Honor Certificate Aware, was given to Mason City because of its "party caucus", class elcc tion plan. The award will be pre sented this spring. ; Last year the high school re ceivcd a Principal . A w a r d in the school category. Mason City High School this yeJr was one of eight Iowa individuals rind organiza tions to receive awards. .The present election program was prepared by Darrakl I-Iort, senior and c h a i r m a n of the clas_ officer planning committee. Other members of the committee in eluded Sandra Levinson, Dclore; McPherren and Jerome McDcr mott, seniors, and Joyce Miller a junior. Judges Pick Students to Participate in State Piano, Vocal, String Contests Twenty-nine soloists a n d small groups participating in the lome elimination piano, vocal and stringed instrument contests have qualified for the state preliminary contest at Britt April 9 and 10. Judges of the local contest Wednesday a n d T h u r s d a y were: Strings -- Dallas Tjaden, director of instrumental music at Ames; piano--Sidney Stott, director of music at Osage; vocal -- Robert McCowen, director o£ the Iowa State Singers, Ames, and Margaret Shelley, supervisor of music, Austin, Minn. Those advancing to the Britt contest include: ' PIANO Barbara Paxton, Delores McPherren and Mary Laughlin. STRINGS Basses--Gary Coats, Kay Kent ner and Roger Diercks; cello -- A N C E M U S I C CO., INC. : M A S O N CITY, I O V A CONN and PAN AMERICAN BAND INSTRUMENTS Fae Fraser; viola--Mary Witte; r'iolins--Barbara Paxton, Joyce Miller and Norma Klarr. VOCAL SOLOISTS Tenors--Robert Abbott, Arlen \ T isseu and James Rosa; baritones --Jack Adams, Jack Holmlund and Melvin Leaver; basses--Steven Rickey, Adrian Ringold and Paul Sentman; sopranos--Elgene Kurtz, Sandra Fait, Betty Patrick- mezzo-sopranos -- Deanna Blunt Pearl R a t h m a n n and Donna Nelson; contraltos--Clarice Sentman Joanne Hagen and Marilyn Factor. VOCAL GROUPS Girls' trios--Shirley Venechuk Donna Dunahoo and Marilyn Fac tor; Nancy DeSart, Clarice Sent man and Sandra Levinson; boys quartets -- Ronnie Eggert, Jack Holmlund, Raymond Johnson and Adrian Ringold; Bob A b b o t t , James Rosa, Jack Adams and Mike Loftus. Mixed quartets--Audrey Young, Beverly Elliott, Melvin Leaver and Glen Sels; Bob Abbott, Carol Johannsen, Elgene Kurtz and Vlike Loftus; girls' quartets--Shirey Venechuk, Pearl R a t h m a n n , Marilyn Factor and Sandra Levinson; Lorilla Spurgeon, Carol Tail, Janice Bisbee and Sandra Fait. Girls' sextets -- Elgene Kurtz, Donna Nelson, Norma Cook, Sandra Levinson, Clarice Sentman and Nancy DeSart; Shirley Vene- chuk, Betty Patrick, Pearl Rath- m a n n , Donna Dunahoo, Rosemary Rosenkild and Marilyn Factor. Also advancing were two madrigal groups, two boys' double quartets and two double mixed quartets. RCA Victor TV Mason City Appliance 211 So. Federal Phone 1103 BIG GREEN BOTTLE 42% More Northern Iowa Bottling Co. 2210 Sooth Federal Phone 101 Have You Tried Borden's New DEVIL'S F O O D B A R It's vanilla 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! ffw oil-family favorite FOR ALL FRESH DAIRY FOODS-CALL Hermanson Dairy PHONE 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 The Editor Driving Unit Compulsory Next Year It has been found by insurance companies that teenagers who had received driver t r a i n i n g in school have about 50 per cent fewer accidents than others. Because of this, and other reasons, our school board has decided to make driver education a required course next year. A L R E A D Y about 80 per cent of the high school- students take driver education. Making the course required will add very few students to the present program. The two teachers Who arc already teaching driver ·· training could take care of all the students. At the present time any student enrolled in the public schools and 16 years old is eligible for the driver trahting course. The three main objectives of driver training are: 1.' To provide a basic background for beginning drivers to meet the increasing hazards of modern transportation. 2. To afford beginning drivers the opportunity to gain good driving habits and proved methods of driving maneuvers to attain a full life without following the "trial and error" path. 3. To endow these students with better attitudes t o w a r d other drivers and pedestrians, thus enabling the students to better themselves not only in the field of driving but also in the field of life. Our driver training program consists of a half hour of classroom instruction five days a week for three Weeks and an ! hour of driving and observing each day for three weeks. STUDENTS who already have received licenses without the help of driver education will be required to take the classroom study and probably only one or two hours of actual driving, according to tentative plans. In requiring driver training our school board is foreseeing the future and giving the students every opportunity to better themselves. Hi-Y Club Members to Hear Dr. Wicks Dr. V. E. Wicks, Mason City chiropodist, will speak Monday noon at the Hi-Y meeting at the YMCA. He will talk on his profession. A movie pertaining to the subject also will be shown. TO SET THEME The graduation planning committee will meet Monday to decide on a theme for the graduation ceremonies. GARRISON Building Stone Co. "For P«rman«nce and Beauty Build With Stone" 1 MILE SOUTH OF MASON CITY aso SWEETS 10 South Federal HAVE YOU T R I E D OUR NEW CHEESE CORN OR CARAMEL CORN A DELICIOUS SNACK FOR THOSE TV P A R T I E S FOR GOOD COAL and STOKER SERVICE PH. 986 Wagner Coal Co. . 323 4th S. W. 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