The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on April 14, 1936 · Page 16
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April 14, 1936

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 16

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SIXTEEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, APRIL 1936 Quill and Scroll Chapter to Hold Annual Banquet Fred Cram to Give Charge to New Members. Prof. Fred D. Cram of Iowa State Teachers' college, Cedar Falls, and Miss Rachel Gardner, director of journalism in the Austin, Minn., high school accompanied by 20 journalism students, staff members of the Globe-Gazette, members of the local board of education and faculty members will be guests o-f the Fred D. Crarri Chapter of Quill and Scrill a.t its third annual banquet in the Wedgewood room of the Hotel Hanford, Wednesday evening at 6 o'clock. Mr. Cram will deliver the final charge--"How To Get and Hold an Interested 'Reading Public," to the Austin and Mason City initiates. Beatrice Cipra; vice- president of ·the-Madge Barrett Chapter of Quill and Scroll of Austin high will give the response to the address of welcome by Bob Peters, president of the local chapter and master of ceremonies. . . . . To Decorate Initials. In the joint initiation ceremony, Esther Marcusen, editor-in-chief of the Austinian for 1936 and past editor of the Austin Sentinel, will introduce and decorate the eight initiates from Austin, while John Moore, editor-in-chief of the Masonian for 1936 and James Christensen, business manager of the Cub will introduce 'and decorate the local initiates. - The Austin initiates include Helen Hoffstater, Beatrice Cipra, Brunette Thompson, Esther Marcusen, Helen Breedlove, Edith Laufle, Eileen Rouze, Iva Scholl. Other journalism students and alumna of the Austin chapter who will attend are Dorothy Russell, Alice Thompson, Delpha Holleque, Marian Holston, Harriett MacFarland, Lew Reeve, Jean Chambers, Dick Williams, Marian Stoike, Helen McMichael and Marian Holleque. The Quill and Scroll colors, blue and gold, will be carried out in the table decorations for which Jeanne Ludwig, Millie Negomir, Dorothea Williamson, Helen Kasik, Frances Bmmert, Dorothy Skalicky are responsible under the direction of Miss Tommy D. Priest, adviser for Ma- sonian. 1 To Have Assistants. Executive chairman Bob Peters is. assisted by Martin Yoseloff, Bob Parrish, James Christensen, James Manuel, Glenn Buchanan, Jerry Goeders and George Freudenberg. At the close of the program Bob peters will surrender the gavel to Bob Parrish, president for 1936- 193T and present the other officers --Martin Yoseloff, vice president; Glenn Buchanan, secretary; John Annentrout, treasurer--all of whom merit the offices by virtue of their work on the Cub during the first semester. The program is as follows: Toasts--"Glad You're Here," Bob peters; "Glad-We Came," Beatrice Cipra. Special numbers between courses --"Dance of the Reed Flutes" by Tschaikowsky, James Christensen, accompanied by Newton Flarup; "Rigoletto" by Bassi; Earl Fladness; accompanied by Marjorie Fappas; vocal numbers, Don Sobieski, John Moore, Don Kunz, Roger Downing; tap dancing, "Strutting," Jeanne Ludwig; surprise octette of cabaret dancers, Spanish,. Senor Jose, Senorita Hosanna; Russian, Ivan, Aufel- litch, Ima Littleoff; Italian, Nita Martini, Mac Carronni; Norwegian, Ole Margerine, Ann Thenson; "Fantasie Melancolique," Reichart, Bob Major, accompanied by Dorothy Evans; "Magical Madness," Bob .Parrish, prestidigitator; "Carnival of Venice," Jean Jean, Bill Pappas, accompanied by Dorothy Evans. Toasts--"What Journalism Has Done for Me," Gerald Alter; "What · I've Done for Journalism," Martin Yoseloff; "What I've Done to Journalism," Bob Parrish; "What Journalists Have Done to Us," Reuben Nyquist, head of commercial department. Candlelight initiatory ceremony-. Instruction, Bob Peters; decorations, Austin group by Esther Marcusen, Masonian by John Moore, Cub Gazette group by James Christensen. Address--"How to Get and Hold an Interested Reading Public," by Fred D. Cram of Iowa State Teachers' college. Introduction of officers of Quill and Scroll for 1936-37--Misa Elizabeth H. Graves. Presentation of Quill and Scroll gavel to Bob Parrish by Bob Peters. JEAN LUDWIG PREPARING FOR MEMORIAL DAY Plans Started to Procure Markers for Unmarked Graves Here. Additional plans for the observance of Memorial day were made at a meeting of the Mason City Memorial association at the courthouse Monday evening. Mrs. Emma Duncan was appointed chairman of the music committee for the Memorial day program, at which James I. Dolliver, Fort Dodge, vice commander of the American Legion, will be the speaker. The association voted to make an attempt to reach relatives of unmarked veterans' graves and to make application to the government for appropriate markers. Dr. C. L. Marston and Con Helbig were appointed to act with Chairman George Ficken on a committee to confer with the board of supervisors on procuring a suitable cabinet for the display of G. A. R. flags PLAN TO ATTEND STATE MEETING County Officers to Meet at Ames for Discussion of Planning. R. E. Robertson, county engineer and the Cerro Gordo board of supervisors will attend a state conference on planning' to be held Thursday at the Memorial union, Iowa State college, Ames. ' Definite suggestions for planning activities which may be undertaken by county planning groups, supported by a proposed form of county organization in which both town and rural representation will be included will be given delegates from various counties attending the conference. Sponsored by Board. The planning conference is being sponsored by the Iowa state plan ning-board with the co-operation 0 the national resources committee Reservations for luncheon and din r.er sessions have been received from all parts of the state, and the con ference is expected to bring togeth er a highly representative cross.sec tion of civic interest, including both public officials and private citizens Walter H. Blucher, Chicago, exec utive director of the American Soci ety of Planning Officials, will speak on "The Place of Planning in a Gov eminent Organization." Exhibit Planned. The state planning board an nounced that the national resources committee would be represented a the conference by two officials, Rob ert H. Randall, Washington, con sultant to. the state planning sec tion, and C. M. Moderwell, Chicago regional chairman. · Of special interest to delegates will be the exhibit of planning mate rial being arranged by the state planning board. 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