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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE SATURDAY, MARCH 11, 1939 Monroe-Roosevelt A.Cappella Choir on Teachers Program Friday A. M., March 24 CUD GAZETTE FOUNDED IN 1929 Jefferson School's A Cappella Choir at Music Hall Friday P. M. March 24 DEVOTED TO MASON CITY SCHOOLS FOR BOTH PATRONS AND STUDENTS Vol. 10 PUBLISHED BY M. C. H. S. March 11, 19: No. 25 «m en2 Business Manager "Ulan Olson Editor-ln-Chlel llatvyl Beck, Margaret Prill T · L · · · · Associate Editors Jean Baumgartner Columnist KT" r f w u s P° rts Column Mtss Elizabeth H. Graves Adviser Executive Secretary. L H. S. P. A. ARE YOU REGRETTING OR ARE YOU SATISFIED? Have you ever stopped to think how much extra-curricular activities mean to our high school and our city? Did you ever imagine how monotonous school life would be if these interesting activities were eliminated? It is THE EXTRA-CURRICULAR PROGRAM which is largely responsible for drawing nationwide attention to Mason City. We have turned out state championship baseball, football, and basketball teams. We have had national championship bands and orchestras and have also won honors in vocal, debate, journalism, d r a m a t i c s , and in numerous other classifications. Have you taken advantage of the opportunities laid open to you? As a senior, can you look back over your high school career and point out things you have participated in which are not included in definite study lines, but were activities which provided something / for you to do in your spare time? If you have failed to follow up any of these offerings, you will probably live to regret it, but if you did get into the spirit of things anc did make use of your empty hours you will be able to look back or them with fond memories. The outstanding seniors are those who have made a mark for themselves in lines other than thai of scholarship. ARE YOU ONE OF THEIR NUMBER? Miss Ethel Roberts, art supervisor in the elementary schools plans to put up a display of creative art work by grade pupils March 18 in the public library. ... And Now Go to Ray Seney's And Save the Difference JUST RIGHT · For . a dinner party or luncheon, our A m b e r Room is just right. We will serve the menu you select, at moderate cost, and no extras to pay for. Phone 97 for complete information. Jefferson Coffee Shop at the BUS Depot DORIS NELSON Doris Nelson, Art Feeney in 'Til Leave it to You" Juniors to Present Noel Coward Play at School on March 22 Doris Nelson has been east as Mrs. Dermott, the sweet inefficient mother, in the junior class play, "I'll Leave It to You," by Noel Coward to be presented Wednesday, March 22. Upon her shoulders rests the financial responsibility of her five children--Oliver, Evangeline, Sylvia, Bobby and Joyce whose tastes differ so pronouncedly. Art Feeney will appear as Daniel Davies, the bluff, witty South American, who takes it upon himself to change the philosophies and outlooks of his five young relatives, when he arrives at the manor of his sister in answer to the appeal for help from Mrs. Dermott. Kay Kunz in Cast Ray Kunz is cast as Oliver, the elder son, while Bennett Webster is Griggs, the butler. As business manager for the three-act play, Reeves Hall will be assisted by Charles Lovell. Sumner Hudson will assist Miss Myrtle Oulman with the directing and Stuart Bremner in advertising. Ida Learner of the junior college heads the property crew with the assistance of Dick Cross, Hita Meade. Heed Horr, Barbara Meade, Marilyn Nolan and Howard Vaughn. Fischbeck Heads Crew Construction of the sets for the play is under the supervision o£ Arthur Fischbeck of the junior college who heads the stage ci-ew. Art is assisted by Dick Carter, Ronald Mahlstadt and Arnold Rivedal. The make-up crew is headed by Jacquelyn Hanson and Priscilla Kohl. They are assisted by Enid Forbes and Rene Fatland of junior college and Phyllis Snyder, Beth Wiley, Helen Wilts of high school. Bookholders for the production are Phyllis Snyder, Constance Morris, Lorraine Riley, Ellen Betty Christiansen, B. G. ART FEENEX .Out-of-town teachers will visit classes and exhibits on Thursday, March 23 before the convention program on Friday and Saturday. ZORIC ODORLESS CLEANING IDEAL I Z O R I C American I Dry Laundry | Cleaners IT'S PHONE 22 Try Photography For An Interesting Hobby · See Our Camera · Department MOVIE CANDID STILL Decker Bros. "Where Sportsmen Buy" Manufacturers and Jobbers of --and-- ·UP Carbonated Beverages in Bottles MASON CITY COCA COLA BOTTLING CO. Phone 85 701 S. Fed. Ave. Fort Dodge Group at "Gondoliers" Show J. Howard Orth, director of vocal music in Fort Dodge high school and junior college, and Dal McCpnnell, director of music in the junior high school, accom panied by 13 students drove tc Mason City Tuesday evening i see "Gondoliers," inasmuch as th Fort Dodge high school will pre sent the production Friday, March 17. " Members of the cast who attended the performance were Le nore Bappe, Ed Wafful, Jan Tinkham, Bill Day, Art Temple Jeannette Aldrich, Frances Kram me, Erving Dorheim, Alice Gormally, Phyllis Crosby, Velma James, Ramona Spence and Florence MacKenzie. STUDENTS! Your Photograph is Your Friends' Most Cherished Possession. RUSSELL PHOTO STUDIO Next J. C. Penney Co. Phone 2272 LACE ON HONOR ROLL IS WON BY 167 AT SCHOOL Ralph Senensky Is Only 5-Subject Student on Super-Honor List Eighty boys and 36 girls mer- ted the destinctton of being on the super honor roll the fourth six ,veeks period while 167 were on iie honor roll. Ralph Senensky is the only super honor student in five subjects Jiis six weeks. The super honor roll is as follows; Norma Anderson, Madge Bartholomew. Stanley Baumfiartner, Marvyl Beck, Ted Beyer, Ftgey Bruns, Eileen Bryant, Ruth Cook, Virginia Cooper, Miriam Corson, Gladys Crady, Irenb EdeJ, Bertha Ferguson, Corinne Kranchere, Betty Lou Greenmajj, InvJn Graff, Howard Gunnerson, Richard Helland, Ardell Hobbs, Charlene Horn, Ruth Jansstn, Charles Kiser, Loila Kornbaum, Grace Ladwig. Audrey Makeever, Dorothy Mickey Lucille Nelson (Senior), Lillian Olson Ruth Pauley, Janet Pearce, Barr Peterson, Jean Peterson, Dorothy Peltit, Wilma Poppea, Carane Robinson, Ralph Sen- ensky (» subjects), Anne Strickland Genevievc Tageson, Marguerite Tageson KaOierine Tailor, Lcona Thomas, Betty Williams, Margaret Zeigler. The honor roll Is as follows: Chester Ady, Joyce Allen, Helen Ail- derberg, Thelma Anderson, Frances Anderson, Joan Andrlck, Bill Armstrong Martha Arvidson, Ruth A very, Norma Bahr, Mercedes Balek, Patricia Ball Juanita Beamish, Wary BelberoH, Jean Bentzen, Jane Beemer, Frances Beyer Betty Btrcb, Jean Bitterman. Maxlne Black, William Blanchard, Richard Bohn Marian Bouda, Stuart Bremner, Harolc Brenton. Erma Brocrs, Joy Brown, Dor. othy Butcher, Charles Butler, Jack Cabanls, Phylliss Cabell, Gerol dine Cat heart, James Challas, Joanne Chamberlain, Eugene Clark, Mildred Curry, Betty Curtis, Betty Davis, Marian Dearmin, Charles Debbon, Theresa D Marco, John Donnelly, Fern Dresbach Grace Ann Dyer, Kenneth Easfon, Gllda Ebert, Ealina Folsom, Eleanor Fox, liar garct Fritz, Marilyn Framm, Eleano Gaffrie. Doris Garvey, Robert Gettman Betty Gharst. Mary Gtere, Margaret Gil man. Bob Green, Muriel Griffin, Marian Gustafson. Enola Haney, Mardelle Havnen. HOD Ann Hea, Carol Heap, Melva Hebrank Marjorie Height, Rosle Heincbuck, Pegg ffeneman, Velma Hocken berry, Owen Holbrook, Loretta Holmen (5 subjects] Shirley Holmen, Gwenth Holub, Alic Hood, Jacquelyn Hotchklss, Margate Tngledue, Marybelle Jackson, HarOl Johnson, Virginia Jones, Warren Kasse Gene Rae Kelster, Geraldfne Kelstcr Gladys Kellogg, Tern Kercheff, Myrn Kerr. Kenn eth Kew. Wallace Kirs ch Mary Ann Kiser, Muriel Ktser. Edyth Kitsis, Eugene KIttleson, Prisctlla Koh Doris Katz, Julia Kowny, Darwin Kueck Bonnie Lapiner, Beatrice Larson, Mi tori Learner, Persis Letts, Alice Loomis Donald Lorenz, Bob Lorenr, Lee Lustet Jean Luteavtsfa, Patricia McCoy, Jarm Me Waters, Ann Mil ass en/ Ronold RlahL stadt, Mary Ann Mahoney, Oswald Mai Barbara Manley, Jack Martin, LaVer Maxwell, Norman Merkcl. Mary Mllle (junior). Mary Miller (freshman), Max ine Milles, Patricia Mills. Ruth Minor Marian Mitchell, Clinton Morphew. Harold Molt, Pea rl Nes j e. Ann O'Brien. Hurschel O'Brien. Lillian Oel berg, Mary Oglesby, Fred O'Green, Mo Ellen Patterson,' Horothy Paul. Belt Pedelty, Dorraine Pederson, Virgil Pcd crson, Marie Pergakis. Shirley Peters Betty Peterson, Bob Pettlt, Theo Marl Pickford, Betty Pusch, Betty Ravenslad Louise Reynolds. Jane Sailer. Juli Sauerberg, Dorothy Schaper, Lorrain Schmock, Katherine Schultz, Glendor Setterfaerg, Archie Simmons, Claud Snell, Helen Sorenson, Melvin Spencc Tom Steinberg, Sara Stevens, France Steinhart, June Stinehart, Dixie S Peter, Gretchen Stubbs, Betty Swamer Clark Sweetser, John Thompson, Tobi Traub, Shirley Van Note, Lois Varve Madelyn Walls. Wilma Waters, Geraldln Weber, Dorothy Weyrauch, Tona Wilkinson. Maxina Wilson, Helen Wilts. Ar]en Wood, Peggy Young, Bonnie Jean Zack Martha Zaruba, Mary Zcfglcr. LEGION of HONOR IN CLASS OF '39 By K. E. K. 1. Band--Fred O'Greea Outstanding clarinetist in the iand for six years is Fred's rec- ird. He won second division hon- trs in the regional solo contest, ilayed the leading role in the all- chool play, "Jonesy," is an honor tudent and knows how to play ennis. 2. Debate--Bob Green As a veteran member o£ the debate squad Bob has supported he negative side o£ the question :or three years. He rates as one of the most dependable members )f the squad per Coach Crosen. Job has been an honor student. 3. Hi-Y--Bill Thompson President of the Mason City Hi- Y club and president of the North Central Hi-Y conference consti- utes Bill's double duty in Hi-Y. He works hard to keep the Hi-Y n form. Bill is a vocalist, who las taken part in several musical productions. 4. Dramatics--Jean ne r Baumcart- senior has appeared in more plays than "Dummy." She has ability to portray any type character very welJ. She, too, is a vocalist and an honor roll student. As columnist for the Cub, she has a reading public 'mong peda- gogs and pupils. 5. Football--Ross Anderson Our president of the senior class merited twice all-state selection in football, is a first-string wrestler, and a track star. Ross showed some of the greatest football ability as guard that has ever been exhibited on Roosevelt gridiron. His ability is only exceedec by his modesty. 6. Orchestra--Milton Learner Outstanding as violinist is Mil having joined the orchestra when in the grades. He is first chair in the orchestra and won honors a the regional music contest. He is thinking in terms of the medica profession, however. 7. Hi-Tri--Kuth Jones "Queenie" has been prominen n Hi-Tri work for three years. An active president is she. No one need worry for a lack of omething to do so long as Ruth has charge. Moreover, she is a ine vocalist and n good student 8. Vocal--Clark Sweetser An athlete with a good dependable bass is Clark having appeared in several operettas with lead vole in "The Gondoliers." really plays football and is a :rack star. 9. Masonian--Peggy Heneman Editor-in-chief of the 1939 Ma- ;onian is Peg, who vows it will be "the best ever." She is prominent in the G. A. A., in voca work and Hi-Tri. To top this off she is an honor student. 10. Basketball--Bob BrisWne Bob is a three-sport athlete in football, basketball, and track. He is truly outstanding in basketball and an all-state in football. He is playing his second year as a regular basketeer and is my nomination for all-state honors. Bob is vice president of Hi-Y as we! as of the senior class. 11. G. A. A.--Bea Cookmau The president of G. A. A. is Bea with an excellent record in sports In her junior year she was head of sports. Her outstanding feature is "a fine spirit of sportsmanship,' per Coach MacGowan. She is a good commercial student, serving as typist for 1939 Masonian, 12. Wrestling--Cecil Mott Scoring more points than anyone on the squad is Cecil's recor as captain of the wrestling team He is the only boy o£ the senio class of 309 who won a letter as a freshman. 13. Cub Gazette--Virgil Pederson "Prot" has served for two year as business manager of the Cul proof-reading Saturdays at th Globe-Gazette. He won first plac in Drake creative awards editoria section. He has merited the supe honor'roll IS times and the hono roll the other six. He is a mem ber of the orchestra. HOBBY SHOW IS ON MARCH 16-17 Jefferson School Plans for Fourth. Annual Exhibition Jefferson school's fourth annual hobby show will be held March 16 and 17 with a program of musical numbers on Friday evening at 7:30 o'clock in the auditorium. More than 100 pupils have expressed their intention of entering articles in the show which originated under the leadership of Mrs, G. S. C. Andrick. Entrants in music and dancing will compete in the program which is being held in conjunction with the regular March meeting of the P. T. A. Each entrant will be judged and awarded prizes by competent judges. Mrs. Fred Heddens and her sons, Donald and James, will discuss hobbies in general stating the value of keeping scrapbooks in connection with hobbies. · A new feature of the 1939 hob- by show is a museum of non-com petitive family hobbies. The general public is invited t attend the program and to see th hobby display in the gymnasium either Thursday or Friday. The hobby show committee con sists of Mrs. A. G. Krager, chair man Mrs. Leslie Allen, Mrs. Gle Leaman and Mrs. W. T. Frazie The president of P. T. A. is Mr H. A O'Lcary.--M. B. Girls' Basketball Game Is on Tuesday The final girls' basketball gam will be played Tuesday, betwee the senior team made up of Bea trice Cookman, Julia Kowny, Nor ma Barr, Margarita Tageson, Hele I MASON i CITY By KEN KEW The Mohawks edged through the ectional tournament with a thrill- ng 39-33 victory over the Clear ake Lions. The Mohawks jumped o a 5-0 lead and were never over- aken throughout the duration of he game. Bob Brisbine opened roceedings with a long shot in ic first minute of play. The game fast and furious with both earns driving down the floor for uick scoring thrusts. It was the lird quarter that caused Clear -.ake fans to go into tantrums. The Lions were trailing 26-13 ·hen John Seisseger and Vic Loh- lan took things into their own ands and scored 10 points before he befuddled Mohawks could re- nforce their shattered defense. In final period it was Cooper and tumphrey who hit for points for lason City and rebuilt a wining margin. Jim Humphrey led IB Mohawk drive as he scored 14 oints. John Seisseger garnered 12 oints for Clear Lake. Clear Lake s still waiting for the time when hey wijl end Mason City's monop- ly on sectional basketball cham- Dionships. HIGHLIGHTS AT CLEAH LAKE The dance music which was layed during intermissions in the games was a pleasant relief from creaming, cheering, imploring ans who fairly played the game vith their teams. . . . Dale Helm if Plymouth, the class B cham- Jions, was outstanding in his ournament play. He is the fire- vagon type of player who keeps driving and never lets up.. . . One could practically hear the Mason 2Hy hopes drop when Bill Collo- on left the game with a twistet ankle. . . Typical reactions of Mo- lawk players when the going gels ':ough: Brisbine, plenty of pep .alk; Cooper wears that cheery smile; Colloton is solemn anc quiet; Humphrey seems willet vith grim determination; Pickel ;eems to blame himself if the Mo lawks are in trouble. . . . Cooper and Brisbine make a swell pair of co-captains. They were a prouc ret modest pair of fellows when ;hey received the championshi] trophy on behalf of the Mohawl squad. THUMBNAIL BOUQUET NO. 2C It was Jim Humphrey who dii Lhe most to tame the Clear Lak Lion. He controlled most of th rebounds and was tops as defense As a clincher for h o n o r "Humph" picked up 14 points. JEFFERSON'S A GAPPELLA CHOIR SINGS MARCH 24 Members of Sixth Grade to Appear at Teachers' Conclave Members of the sixth grade of efferson school totaling 15 boys and 10 girls will appear as an a eappclla choir before the music roundtable of the teachers conven- ion Friday afternoon March 24, at the music hall under the direction o£ Miss Mildred Jackson, supervisor. Miss Irene Swedhmd has taught them yocal music as instructor for the building. The choir will sing both two- part and three-part music. Their numbers are as follows: "Annie Laurie," "Old Black Joe," "Evening Prayer," from "Hansel and Gretel" by Humperdinck, "Morning Hymn," "Rose Tree," by Praetorius, "The Wind," by Mrs. H. H, A. Beach. The members of the choir are: Howard O'Lcary. Dick Fox. Melvin HaUey. Robert Bauer. Bob Johnson, Sam Barclay. Ramon Leach, Bruce Winner, Don Burgess. Bob Kvisch, Bob Peterson. Lawrence CarroH. Donovan Allen. Bob Lee. Warren Wolf. IjVone Raw- cllffe. Doris Sharp, Dorothy Ehlers, Elaine Grove. Patsy Ann Perkins. Dorothy DeGroot. LuUl Barclay. Dorothy Gasswint, Elaine Adelsman, Pa(5y Krager. "Barber of Seville," Schubert Symphony Required Numbers Rossini's "Barber o£ Seville" and F r a n z Schubert's "Unfinished Symphony" are the required numbers for orchestra and band respectively to be played in the regional contest to be held in Minneapolis in May. The band will play the march "El Abanico" by Javaloyes and the selected number "Anacreon" by Luigi Cherubim. "Russian and Ludmilla" by Michael Glinka is the selected number for the en- lire orchestra, while the selection for stringed instruments is Tchai- kowsky's "Valse" from "String Serenade," L. O. Karmitrios, Jean. Cabel], Gcniveve Tageson, Alice Hood and Iris Bemis and the sophomores "VVilma O'Brink, Berla Barr, Betty Mac- Dougle, Betty Lee, Phyllis Lee, and Josephine Nardicco. All girls who have played on the 16 class teams will receive 100 team points. The winner will receive 50 extra points. B. L. P. JEFFERSON SCHOOL HOBBY SHOW PROGRAM Friday 7;00--March 17 In Conjunction with Parent-Teacher Association Program Jefferson School Auditorium PROGRAM OF COMPETITIVE MUSICAL NUMBERS Piano Contest Grade I Julene Adetsman Gentle Niaht Grade IV Marjone Lysne , The Hunting Song Maybelle Adelsmon Keep Step March Grade V Angus MacNider Alphabet- Song Charles Kirsch March of the Royal Guards Grade VI Patsy Ann Perkins ; . . The Old Mill Stream Bob Johnson Love's Caprice Elaine Adelsman Alpine Glow Violin Solo--"Blue Bells of Scotland" By Donovan Allen NOTE--The hobby exhibit in the gymnasium will be open to the public March 16 and 17. Try One Today Oh Boy! DRUMSTICK Ice Cream--Cone--Chocolate--Nuts--AH for 5e Sold by Your Neighborhood Dealer HUTCHINSON'S ICE CREAM "You 7 Too, Can Be the Life of the Party" It's pep and energy that makes you a gay social success . . . and milk gives you just the vitality you need to make you really feel like enjoying a grood time. Drink more milk--the secret of ligrorons health. Call 646 far Dependable Service HERMANSON'S DAIRY BE SMART Have your school clothes cleaned and pressed regularly, Use Our Complete Laundry Service PHONE 788 and 789 5 REASONS Why You Con SAVE at Penney's 1. We eliminated c o s t l y frills. 2. We buy for spot cash only. 3. We sell top quality only. 4. Wo sell only for spot cash. 5, We've no d e l i v e r y service. Yon gret these savings !n Penney's consistently lower prices. SAINT PATRICK'S DAY · Favors · Nut Cups · Napkins · Tally Cards · Novelties YELLAND andHANES 11-13 E. State ARGUS CANDID CAMERA OWNERS Know the fun and thrills of miniature photography. Now see the new Argus Cameras w i t h built-in exposure meter make picture taking as simple as A-B-C. Kaye- nay Camera Stare, North Iowa's only exclusive camera store, 14 First Street S. E. A Complete Service LAUNDERERS DRY CLEANERS FURRIERS Lyons FHONE 600 For Your St. Patrick's Day Parties-Special floral arrangements at reasonable prices. SEND FLOWERS FOR EVERY OCCASION Kemble's Greenhouse Downtown Store t Main O T f l c o 7 WX SUte J20S S. Fed. Av. Phone 413 1 Fhone Q5 JEFFERSON SCHOOL HOBBY SHOW PROGRAM Friday 7:00--March 17 In Conjunction with Parent-Teacher Association Program Jefferson School Auditorium PROGRAM OF COMPETITIVE MUSICAL NUMBERS Tap Dances Patty Ann Grippen of Kindergarten Second Grade Dancers Phyllis Smith Barbara Hawkins Jane Bublitz Tap Duet--Gene Sherman, Jo Ann Sherman, Dick Alexandres of fifth grade, Bob Johnson of sixth grade Sixth Grade Boys' Sextet Numbers Swing Low Sweet Chariot Now the Day Is Over Bruce Winner Bob Kirsch Donovan Allen Bob Johnson Must Have Been a Beautiful Baby" By Doris Shorpe NOTE--The P. T. A. business meeting will follow the program. Bob Lee Som Barclay Vocal Solo--"You SCIENTIFIC Optical Service Dr. Keith V. Mace OPTOMETRIST SMITH OPTICAL 21 East State "Put Yourself in Our S H O E S " Shoe Box, Inc. 110 North Federal JELLICO COAL There's Nothing Better Crystal Lake ICE and FUEL CO. 20 First St. S. E. 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