Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on August 27, 1935 · Page 22
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 22

Mason City, Iowa
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Tuesday, August 27, 1935
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TEN MASON CITV GLOBE-GAZETTE FIVE GAMES ON TROJAN GRID CARD Our first Contract.. to furnish coo! for the public schools of Mason City was made July 10, 1912, and we are still selling them. Crystal Lake Ice and Fuel Co. Guaranteed Fuel 20 First St. S. E. Phone 213 FOR THE TWENTIETH SUCCESSIVE YEAR Mason City School Supplies Headquarters Everything You Need for School. Right Quality! Right Prices! Our Supplies Are Recommended by Teachers. Yelland Hanes Book Store Hooks - Stationery Home and Office Equipment 1 1 Kivst Slute Street "Elegance" in Wraps Ready to make a grand entrance down a marble stairway is this new winter evening wrap of rich green velvet. It is cut on the semi-fitted floor-length design much favored this year, and is furred In white fox. Design by Jodelle. Is Veteran Schoolman. OSAGE, Aug. 27.--George H. Sawyer, considered the dean o Iowa school superintendents, is again head of the Osage school faculty this year. M. Esther Rovve is principal of the high school and Roy Crabtrec principal of the grade school. McDowell Superintendent. EAGLE GROVE, Aug. 27.-Tn the Eagle Grove schools, the large staff of instructors is headed by C. L. McDowell, superintendent; Irwin Parrill, dean of junior college; C. H. Beem, high school principal; and Roger Berry, junior high principal. Will Open Sept. 2. CRESCO, Aug. 27.--Cresco schools will open Monday, Sept. 2. D. J. Robbins is the superintendent and D. C. Bartclma high school principal. K. N. FLshcr Superintendent. GOODELL, Aug. 27.--In the Goodell schools, R. N. Fisher it- superintendent. v x v r We have always considered fitting children's feet a serious matter . .. Our NEW FALL LINE of "MAGIC SOLE" School Shoes is ready--Goodyear welts -- A-B-CD Widths . . . $1.97 You Can Always Buy With Confidence at Tradchomc sucx MASON CITY, IOWA Special! Leather Sole Straps and Oxfords $1.00 Collegians to Defend State Title Waukon Is First Foe on 1935 Schedule of Locals. With five games scheduled, and a possibility of two more being added to the card, Coach J. A. "Judge" Grimsley is preparing to send his junior college charges out in defense of the state championship they won in the football wars of 1934. The Grimsleymen were undefeated in the seven games played last season. A brief review of the most successful junior college grid season in the history of the school is in order, because of the consistently excellent playing of the jaysees. The Trojans started on their path toward an undefeated record by running up a 20 to 0 count against Waukon before a capacity crowd. Waldorf Beaten 13 to 0. Waldorf college of Forest City, _out to hold the score down, did just that as it held Mason City to a 13 to 0 victory. Ellsworth junior college of Iowa Falls was next to feel the fury of Mason City's wrath, being punished 54 to G. The Luther college reserves from Decorah visited the local field to see if they could halt the rampaging Trojans, hut while they did put up a healthy fight, Bobby Burns, an all-state quarterback in high school, pushed through right tackle for a touchdown which ultimately gave Mason City a G to 0 triumph. . Grlnncll Frosh Lose. Grinncll college's freshman squad whs. the next Jaysee victim, losing 26 to 12. Rochester's Yellow Jackets then came to Roosevelt stadium and had the audacity to score the first touchdown of the game. For their fine work, they went back; to Minnesota on the tail end of a 20 to 6 score. In the season's finale Mason City defeated Fort Dodge 7 to 0 in what was generally conceded to be a state championship game. The Trojans outplayed their opponents throughout the .battle and scored on the Dodgers in the second quarter as "Babe" Suter plunged through for the courtter. More than 3,500, the largest crowd ever to see a junior college game here, watched the thriller. Season Opens Sept. 13. As in the most successful year of 1934, Waukon will open the 1935 Trojan schedule--oa Sept. 13 at Roosevelt stadium. If the Grinnell freshmen or Waldorf college cannot fill in a pair of open dates from thereon, the jaysees won't see action again until Oct. 10 when Luther's B squad plays here. From Northfield, Minn., Carleton college's frosh will visit the local field Oct. 18 as the next opponents on the schedule. Rochester's Yellow Jackets, another Minnesota aggregation, will play here Oct. 25 in the closing home game and the Trojans' schedule will close with the traditional battle against Fort Dodge Oct. 31 at the Dodger stronghold. 10.15 SCHKDULK Sept. 13.--Waukon, here. Sept. 20.--Open. Sept. 27.--Open. Oct. 10.--Luther B, here. Oct. 18.--Carleton freshman, here. Oct. 25.--Rochester, here. Oct. 31.--Fort Dodge, there. Frye Is Superintendent. LONEROCK, Aug. 27.--Supt. V. V. Frye hearts the Lonerock faculty. The principal is Leona Schultz. New teachers include Charles Hill of Orchard, conch, and Margaret Schlocman. Ks- therville, grade teacher. Beivcom Faculty Head. CORWITH, Aug. 27.--G. W. Beacom is superintendent of the Corwith consolidated school and Miss Ingrid Fenger of Askov, Minn., principal. ROCKWELL, Aug. 27.--For the Rockwell public school, T. H. Stall is superintendent and Jessie Piersol principal. I.ovejoy Heads Staff. h NASHUA, Aug. 27.--J. G. . Lovejoy is superintendent of the Nashua schools. j

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