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March 18, 1939

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 5

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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE SATURDAY, MAHCH 18. 1939 Reserve Your Tickets Junior Class- Piay "I'll Leave it to You" Tuesday, March 21 CUDGAZtTTE FOUNDED IN 1929 Hear Kaufman Interview Schoolman Hotel Eadmar Friday p. m. Mar. 24 . Margaret Fritz Associate Editor JUST WHAT ARE JITTERBUGS? Do you belong to that much discussed cult called the jitterbugs? Do you at the slightest provocation go into convulsions and throw yourself around the room ?m- t f? a ?J?} odic 3erks and gasp unintelligible sounds that vastly resemble the death throes of a chicken with its head hacked off? Co you chill to the very marrow or your bones when some screwball cornetist messes up an arrangement and you mistake it for a new variation of "hot licks?" And we call the cannibals uncivilized! The wild, impulsive, maddened dance of the savage differs very mile from modern jitterbueging v . 1 . begin as a result of rtiythm; be it tom-toms or swing bands. The dancers gather momentum as the tempo grows faster and soon the result is that the dancers have thrown themselves into a wild frenzy and cavort as though the very furies of nature had been unleashed upon them. To a spectator it isn't dancing. It's a Horrible spectacle of unhampered emotions. Music ceases to be music when it is changed into a blaring, rasping demon which eggs' its victims on to losing self respect and good health. It threatens to destroy the future of light music. Those jitterbugs seem to forget that "the song is the thing." These sounds can't be swing because swing music is entertaining. This is mayhem. --K. E. K. Miss Doris Piper's designing classes are working on class projects for an exhibit March 23. . . . And Now Go to Roy Seney's And Save the Difference Food's Great · Hold your dinner party or luncheon in our Amber Room and you'll say "the food's great." We will serve any menu you want, at a very moderate price . . . and, no "extras" to pay for, Jefferson Coffee Shop at the BUS Depot ZORIC ODORLESS CLEANING IDEAL I Z O R I C American I Dry Laundry | Cleaners IT'S P H O N E 22 BOTH FATBONS AKD STUDENTS PPBLTSHEn R v M r ,, s " Monroe-Roosevelt A Cappella Choir to Sina at Conclave ^^^EB^^^^^^^tH^^^^^^^^^^f^tf^Wi^^^Srff""'"' ' " i^^MSiiTrm^~^^~~~^-- _ . IS ON PROGRAM OF CONVENTION Mildred Jackson Is Supervisor of ] 09 7th, 8th Graders The 109 seventh and eighth jrade vocalists from Monroe and Soosevelt schools, directed by Miss Mildred Jackson, supervisor, .vill sJng seven numbers in three-' :art a cappella in the first gen- ;ral session of the teachers convention at 9 o'clock Friday morn- ng. Their numbers are "Calm As .he Night" by Bohm, "The Little Red Lark" which is an Irish folk song, "Jeanie With the Light Brown Hair," by Stephen Foster an old French carol, "Panis An- Telicus," by Franck, "Kye Song SL St TBnde " b y Clokey and There Is a Tavern in the Town " · college song. The 59 members of the Monroe group of. the a cappella choir are as follows: Elaine Garms. ZjJIae Martin. Jean MI1- erv Jeanne MeuwJssea. Joan Jodan. Sety """". Grace Deal, Nancy Walters, PhyllisjMcClellan. . Majtlne Hammond Joan Alsbiur. Dixie Geiler. Jack Kaul- mann. Norman Hitler, Robert Larson Elmer M'odarcak. Richard Murren Don- me Klompnauor. Nancy Robinson. Max. r?' 1 f' aem! "'- B «"} - Benoivtti. Theo Hunt Dorothy Lytlc. WaUy Burns. Ted Vc-eder Larry Lindsay. Catherine Gordon. Eleanor Hao. Edith Frel] E h. Phyllis Kew L»]ady.9 Schollisn, Prudence Fatton, Ruth Norroa Haaheim, Mary Irons. LaVaun Be " y . Solly Mc- Manufacturers and Jobbers of ^f-UP Carbonated Beverages in Bottles MASON CITY COCA COLA BOTTLING CO. Phone 85 701 S. Fed. Ave. . Jlcbael. Lois Conoi er. Ruth Harris Beverly Osborne. Indus Wiley, Marilyn Bender. Patsy Dibble, Luis Poulos'. Mary Kc- preas. Juanlta Nagel. Ralph Lcaman, Carl Storvfck B Jer ^"p^'i- D ' Ck Bailcs "' Olil Don Havnen. Dallas Humphrey. Law rence Ewers. Clayton Nalan, Harriet Ma- lm'' ?. e "'n !VI «' ! '-- Kathleen Arnold and Billy Ulueller. The EoOECVCll eroup of 50 students includes: Viola .Anderson, Conrad BalcHif. Doro- Uiy Bcreer. Dorothy Bowers. Anne BrsckJem, Betty Bracklein. Stanley Bult- InEton. Lois Euhr. Rita Clausen. Marine Dillon Howard Dull. Bob Dutchcr. Lois Everlst. Geraldine Farrer. Harlan Fleming. Jack Frosl, Arlcen Garrison. Fransea Gephart. Betty Gottshulk, James Haddy. Duane Halsten. Carl Haney. Nadiac Hass Vera Hed B ecocfc. Charles Hines. Gladys Huso, Dolores Humphrey. Muriel Jarvis BOB Knudson. Jean Lambert. Audrey Larson, Allan Loterbour. Keith Lusted. Virginia Manning. Miraim Martinson, · -- Genevieve pljen, Mar,, --,,,.,, Dorothy Rice, Glenys Kosemeyer. Jean Schmitz, aierle Shaffer ^uSl %:.?«' Ire! "= Swijt - -- jMarve Nelson, guerite Olson, - - m Veeeh. Shirley Vesterby. Claude Wallace. Jack Weber. Vivian aia Za ji ccki jijyron Zelglcr. Zack, Local Student at Minnesota U. Ill Bill Pappas, sophomore student at the University of Minnesota, is ill with pneumonia at the university hospital. Pappas was one of the students overcome with smoke making his escape from his fraternity house when it 'burned 10 days ago. He suffered with bronchitis at first and then pneumonia developed. STUDENTS! Your Photograph is Your Friends' Most Cherished Possession. RUSSELL PHOTO STUDIO Next J. C, Penney Co. Phone Z272 LEGION of HONOR IN CLASS OF '39 By K. E. K. Masonian--Loretta Hohnan An associate editor of the yearbook, Loretta is kept busy every day with problems which must be overcome if (lie Masonian is to be a success. Nevertheless, she is an honor student. Hi Tri--Cltarlcen Horn Chief aid on the Hi Tri cabinet is "Chair," serving on many important committees. She gave the first broadcast for the organization. Her activities include journalism and band. She is a super honor student. Orchestra--Marion Guslafson Winner of the local solo contest m the string bass section and regular first chair string bass player in the high school orchestra is Marion's achievement. Dramatics--Ronald Malstadt "Daddy Longlcgs" was Ronnie's characterization in the all-school play, and he gave a fine performance. His portrayal of Daddy left little to be desired. Vocal--Virginia Stoakes One p£ our busiest vqcalists is Virginia. She will represent Mason City at the district solo contest in (lie alto division. She is a member of the madrigal group and the sextet. She, too is an habitual honor student. Hi - Y--Joe Trice Candy, ice cream, chewing gum! It's Joe Price, treasurer of Hi-Y who has charge of the selling of refreshments at all sports events. Joe has been a reliable member of the cabinet for two years. He plays violin in the orchestra; his first sport is golf. '". A. A--Jeanne Hilton Prominent veteran member of the G. A. A., a good student and a "swell" girl is Jeanne. Hilty has :een dance chairman and a member of the cabinet. ATTENDS TOURNE1' James Rae left Tuesday for 3urlington to speak at the celebration of the Burlington junior college basketball victory. 'He drove from there to Des Moines o sec the Mohawks win Thursday. "Wrestling;--Ross Anderson He introduced his football tactics into wrestling and was a success. All state footballer, Ross was a reliable winner ot points- for the Mohawk in the 165 lb. weight division. Band--Louise Reynolds '-Remember'' her marimba! J-.ouise won regional honors in the d r u m and marimba solo contest at Minneapolis last spring. She is an outsandiug member of the high school band and orchestra She really has rhythm. Football--Bob Brisbine A triple threat half-back with speed to burn! The flashing legs of "Briz" reeled off runs of 30 to tO yards that clinched many a game for Mohawks. His grand style of Playing also merited him all- state honors in the sport. Debate--Ray dough One oE the best debaters in the state! Ray has debated for two years and has made an enviable record for himself and his school When not arguing he took time off to be a worthwhile member of the Hi-Y cabinet and take part in several plays. Basketball--Maurice Cooper Coop is co-cnptain of the team and a fine one! He is one of the greatest ball handlers on the squad and is always dependable when the team is in a spot As president of the M Club, a member of Hi-Y, a footballer, baseballer, and a grand fellow, ho rates tops. Cub Gazette--Jean Baumgariner lys Bummy r s jab to make you smile and in her humor column she does just that. Hers has been the most enjoyed column to appear weekly. of the Super Science society toured the city laboratory Tuesday after school. The work and purpose of maintaining a public laboratory was explained by Miss Mabel Sucher, city bacteriologist. PERSONNEL of Try Photography For An Interesting Hobby · See Our Camera Department MOVIE CANDID STILL Decker Bros. "Where Sportsmen Buy" Monroe-Roosevelt A Cappella Choir Kl.iinc Gar.,.., Ln Mae Martin ·lean Miller Jeanne Alcuwisscn Joan Jodan Belly .Hane.* Grace Deal Nancy Walters Phyllis McClcilan Maxinc Hammond Joan Alsbury Dlxfc Geiler Jack Kaufmann Norman Ritter Robert Larson Elmer Wodarcak Richard rrrn Donnis Klcmpnaiier iS'anry RobJnsnn Maxino Lndcman Betty Bcnotvifz Theo Hunt Dorothy Lytlc Wnlly Burns Trd Vcedcr Larry Lindsay Catherine Gordon Eleanor Rae Edilh FrcJJfih Phyllis Kc\v Bcity Meyer K.itKlccn Arnnlrf Gladys ScholLitm Prudence Palton Hulh FrcUsh Norma Haahchn Mrtry Irons LaVaun VanFIcct Betty Lapincr Sally McMichael Lois Conovcr Ruth Harris Beverly Osbomc Indus Wiley Marilyn Bender Patsy Dibble Lula Poitlop Mary Kcprcas Juanita Nasel Ralph I-oaman Carl Merkel Bob Powcil Dick Bailev Olin Storvick ·lenry Focklcr Marshall Stain Eon HaTMen Dallas Humphrey Lawrence Ewers Clayton Nalan ITnrrfet Mapalh, Billy Mueller CLASSES WORK ON EXHIBITION Miss Doris Piper in Charge of High School Designers Miss Doris Piper's design classes are working on several projects to exhibit Thursday, March 23. The second year projects are the modernizing of an old fashioned kitchen using the same dimensions; fixing an attic room for a nigh school girl on §5 using orange crates and nail kegs; modernizing the exterior of a bungalow through landscaping and the redecorating of a model living room for an average sized family. Tiny upholstered chairs and other details make the above models interesting. The first year classes are dressing figurines to show the type of dress differently proportioned figures should wear and avoid; making now drapes for the designing room; designing mod- j ones initials can be made into an effective design and the making of pictures from modernistic wall paper mounted on colored mats Included in the exhibit are exquisite original designs in metal- wood, textile and bookbinding. --B. L. P. Tickets for the junior class play 1 II" Leave It to You"' by Noel Coward, will be on reserve in the high school office Tuesday, Marc ·ch Try One Today Oh Boy! DRUMSTICK lee Cream--Cone--Chocolate--Nuts--All for 5c Sold by Your Neighborhood Dealer HUfCHINSON'S ICE CREAM The Roosevelt aggregation of 50 students includes: Viola Anderson Conrad Balciuf Dorothy Bereer Dorothy Bowers Anne Bracklein Belly Bracklein Stanley Btiffington Lois Ruhr TCita Clausen Marine Dillon Bob Dutchcr Lois Ev crist GeraWinc Farrer Karlan Fleming Jack Frost Arlccn Garrison Frances Gephart Belly Gottshulk James Haddy Duanc ffalsfcn Carl HDnev iVadtao Ha=s Ch.-vrics Kincs Gladys Hugo Deiores Humphrey ' Muriel Jarvis Bob Knudson Jean Lambert Audrey Larson Allan Lotcrbour Keith Lusted Virginia Manning Miriam Martinson M.irvc Nelson Marguerite Olson Dorothy Rice BE SMART Have your school clothes cleaned and pressed regularly. Use Our Complete Laundry Service PHONE 788 and 789 521 2nd S. Wi GJenys Rosemcycr Jean Schmilz Mcrie Shatter t-a Donna St. Potcr Irene Swift Yvonne Turnbull Edith Veech Shirley Vc5terby Clsudo Wallace Jack Weber Vivian Zack Lydia Zajtcck IMyroij Ztjglcr MILK FURNISHES THE PEP FOR ANY GAME e v r v T . ° 5k «"y lo ever played That's why milk is a basketball player's most .mportont food-beverage. Be sure the spirt en- thtKiwta .n your family have af t east a pint--preferably a quart-- of Hermanson's milk each day! CALL 646 FOR DEPENDABLE SERVICE HERMANSON'S DAIRY G,! MASON CITY By KEN KEW It was a grand Mohawk basketball team that swept past the heavily favored Indians from Sac City 22-17 in the second round of the state finals. Led by Jim Humphrey, who turned In his best performance of the year the Mohawks took a 6-3 lead at the end of the first quarter and were never overtaken. It was CoHolon and Pickell in the front court who paced the Mohawk scoring with 8 and 6 points respectively. Brisbine and Cooper were outstanding as they broke through t i m e and time again to stop Sac City's fast break which has been justly famous. All- Stater Jim Thynne of Sao City was the most feared man on the court, but Jim Humphrey completely bottled him up and outplayed him In every department. The same was the fastest and most thrillinc game of the tournament thus far. A mediocre team during the regular season, the Mohawks have Played inspired ball in all tournament contests. SPORTS SHOTS The Mohawks hav,- plaved thrillers in most of their tournament games. It was Mason City In' £S Ar Lake " 3: Mason City 20, Cedar Falls 27; Mason Citv 25 Newku-k 23, and Mason City ·?' Sac City 17. ... Jt isn't any individual liigh point scorer or defensive star that sparks the Mohawks, but here are five determined fellows playing their hearts out for Mason City . . . it's definitely a prejudiced crowd when the Mohawks play. Mason Cltyans cheer for Mason City while ever?- other person cheers for our opponents . . . The one handed shots of Colpton. [he tip-in ability of Pickell the long range accuracy of Cooper] fj PREPARING FOR u ' PLAY OF JUNIORS AT HIGH SCHOOL Brisbine r ^ ° r s n e fiee throws, and the great defensive play of Humphrey makes one wonder ,f Judge Grimsley meant j t when he said that Sac City would stop the Mohawks. Look for one Mason Cityan on most all state teams this year Hes a senior and lias earned THUMBNAIL BOUQUET NO. 21 To all Mohawk fans for the '-- J way they have backed theiT in th,. a V eaS n- n - U " was'Vvident in the Sac City game that the Players appreciated confidence. Wilma Walters Cast as Socialite in Three Act Comedy Wilma Walters is cast as Faith Ci-ornbie, the flirtatious daughter of a well-to-do society leader in 'ne junior class play, "I'll Leave It To You," the three-act comedy to be presented Wednesday evening, March 22 in the high school auditorium at 8:15. Upon faith rests the responsibility of hilarious flirtation and disinterested insincerity. She is inclined to be rather "dumb" in most matters and utterly lacking m self-independence, conforming always to her mother's wishes. Jack Fatland In Cast Jack Fatland is cast opposite Wilma as Bobby Dermott the "delicate and interesting" song writer who depends entirely upon Faith for his inspiration. Bobby is unlike his older brother, Oliver, iu that he is move the conventional rather than the athletic type of fellow. He prefers to spend his spare time dreaming about his next song success. The action of the story takes place m Mulberry Manor, Mrs Dermott's house, a few miles out of London, and revolves around the adventures of a family who suddenly find themselves penniless and who practically get grav hair over night worrying about it. Uncle Daniel, played by Arthur Feeney, arrives from South America where lie lias been oparating a "mixed mine." He is rich in dramatic ability and provides many laughs w i t h his lightly amusing airs. He inspires the children to get recognition for themselves iu the work-a-day world by promising his entire fortune to the one of them who makes the most oC himself during his brief sojourn lit South America. Prophecy Comes True His prophecy comes true. Tho children do have talent and the goal he sets for each serves to spur Ihem on even more than he had dared hope. A O'B of . Some students left their studies " o r e i ' 'o hear the broadcast of the basketball A Complete Service LAUNOERERS DRY CLEANERS F U R R I E R S Lyons PHONE 600 SCIENTIFIC it Optical Service Dr. Keith V. Mace OPTOMETRIST SSfiTU OPTICAL 21 East State Make Someone Happy With Flowers Today-- Fresh, fragrant spring blooms grown especially for you. Phone Us Today Kemble's Greenhouse Downtown Store 1 \V. Stale Phone 416 Main Office 1203 S. Fed. AT. Phone 55 MISS MILDRED JACKSON Supervisor of Elementary Vocal Music Presenls Monroe-Roosevelt A Cappella Choir of 109 Vocalists in Concert Friday, 9:00 a. m., March 24 S. T See the NEWEST Spring Footwear FASHIONS at the Shoe Box, Inc. 110 North Federal . ., Before the North Central Division of PROGRAM Calm .as the Night by Bohm The Little Red Lark (An Irish Folk song) ·Jeame With the Light Brown Hair g Old French Carol Panis Angelicus by Franck Skyc Song of St. Bride by CJokov There Is a Tavern in the Town '(college ong) A. Evening Praycr "Serenade" by Bolzani. costs » TRAVEL B e f o r e merchandise reaches you, it travels many miles. The more detours it makes, and the more hands it passes through, the higher its price. P c n n e y ' s merchandise travels in a straight line from its maker to you. No detours, no stop-overs; no middle - men to claim extra profits, no fees for short hauls. That saves you money! 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