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

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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 13 · 1937 FIVE All-American Honor Ratine, N. S. P. A., International First Plato Award, Quill, Bcroll, 1034-*35-'SG. Bob X'arrish--President ot Fred D. Cram ^Chapter ol Quill, Scroll. STAFF Editor-in-Chief ....Ua Learner IVIaaaglnc Editor Samuel F. Georje Associate Editors.. Vlrelnla KarmatU, tileen Payne, Veda Kimrey, Vic- · lorU Nickolou Business Manager John Mon/rer Sports Editor » .'..Bon Smiln Senior Secretaries. ..Frances Ethmert, Glen Buchanan Typists . aiarsaret Gharst. Calla Bafl- ker. Robert Larson, Btltrice Chamberlain, Enia Anderson, Knthryn Mason, Naomi Stevens Adviser. Miss , Elliabelh II. Graves, president of Iowa Ass'n. of JcuritL- Ism directors WE WANT TO KNOW When journalism students, advisers and professors find out what they want to know in round table discussions March 19 and 20, a new theory in teachers' conventions will again be proved. The idea is that both instructors and students who have been afflicted with the journalistic curse have mutual problems which can best bi» solved by mutual discussion. Aside from the possibility ot learning something the alleged pupils and pedagogues who for once have something in common, will inevitably leave the "What "We Want To Know Is . . . " round tables having become belter acquainted. That's worth a lot. Wu tclieve we've hit an angle o£ real value in this student-adviser conclave. We know we shall have a good time, and besides, there are lots of things WE should like to know. Perhaps someone present will know the answers. R. H. P. . Winners in the sub-district contests held in Britt and Mason City Friday and Saturday are looking forward with keen .anticipation tc the district contest to be held at Nevada, Iowa in April. , And Then Go to RAY SENEY 19 EAST STATE For Watches Diamonds Save the Difference Journalism Conclave Room 111 March 19,20 Attend Journalism Luncheon March 19 FOUNDED 1929 DEVOTED TO MASON CITY SCHOOLS PUBLISHED BY M. C. H. S. 7 BOYS, 29 GIRLS IN SUPER HONOR ROLL FOR PERIOD Freshmen and Seniors Lead in Scholarship With 10 Members Each. Students, numbering 36--seven boys and 29 girls--merited the super honor roll lor the fourth six week's period. Freshmen and seniors lead the group with 10 and 11 members respectively, sophomores have 9 and the juniors have 6 on the roll. Senior girls are Norma Chamberlain, Frances Emmert (5 subjects), Ruth Kellog, Magdalene Kartel, Marie McConnell, Vivian Martin, Ebba Olson, Margrette Faraskevas, and Dorothy Swift, while the two boys are Jack MacDonald and Walter Sweet. Junior girls are Peggy George, Margaret Gharst, Victoria Nicho- lou, yirginia Sanzanovich a n d Naomi Stevens w i t h Samuel George the only junior boy. The seven sophomore girls are Janice Eastland (5 subjects), Loretta Holman, Charlene Horn, Myrna Kerr, Dorothy Mickey, Jean Peterson, and Martha Zaruba, while Leonard Mark and Virgil Pederson are the only boys. Patricia Ball, Marvyl Beck, Carol Moore, Nancy Halsor, Shirley Moser, Lillian Olson, Rosemary Watts and Mary Zeigler are the eight freshman girls and Darwin Kueck, and Elward Spink the boys. The honor roll, with 135 students, includes: Gerald Alter Enid Anderson Roger Anderson \VllHam Armstrong Armando Arroyo Marjorie Bartlelt Maxine Bednar Jane Berncr Jean -Bltterman Stuart Br emner KennetK Bruncr Betty Burc Mary Bnrrcts · Phyllis Cabell Jean Cadwell Buchl Carman Bill Chnllos Jim Cnallas leanne Chnmberlm Grace A. Cheno- u-eth Bob Clark Constance Clarke Audrey Claudy Ray Clough . Betty Coll en Grace Ladwl? "Maxhie Lanlz Margaret Latham Raymond Lunsman ATarlan lAitcavlsh Vloletta ilcCor- mlck Frances McKnisht James McWaters Ann Mansen Muriel Mack Eileen Madtgan Marie Madscn Suite Mctrokas Ruth Neelinss Sophie Negomir Doris Nelson Ada Newell Genevieve Nichols F.iltli Nolterike Wilmcr Noser Gene O'Brien Hurschel O'Brien Roger Orr Florence Pappa* Bob Parrlsh. HEY FELLAS!! HAVE YOU SEEN THE NEW SHADOW BALL? Let us show it tn you. It's good exercise and develops fine timhiff. DECKER BROS. "Everything for Sport" Ideal American Laundry AND ZORIC DRY CLEANERS IT'S PHONE 22 HOLSTEIN MILK Get This Full Quality Milk with the Invariable Cream Line . . , Most. Refreshing, Most Nourishing. Schermerhorn Phone URB Farms Oullj Manufacturers and Jobbers of and-- Carbonared Beverages in Battles MASON CITY BOTTLING CO. Thane 85 701 S. FctL Ave, Conduct First North Iowa Journalism Conference, March 19, 20 TOMMY D. PRIEST PROF. G. H. HOLMES PROF. EMERY H. RUBY PROF. SEUNA TERRY JULIA M. MYERS Roy Connelly Beatrice Coofcman Miriam Gorson. Elaine Cottrell lph Di Gregorio Henry Dihlmann Rita Dougan. Doris Dunn GJlda Ebert Ian Ebcrt Audrey Evans Spizie Farley Virginia Farmsfcis Margaret Find!ay Jean Fleming Clarke Cage Virginia Glander Bob Green Stanley Crupp Tom Haddy Carol HagE Betty Hakes . Opal Hammond Dorothy Harrer Roger Hayes Melva Hebrnnk Laura Hcldenry Roaic HcImbucJc Peggy Hcneman Irving Hepner Leva Harrmann (5 subj, . Hichard HclJand Roger'Hilt Jane Hillon Owen HolbrooJc GwcnetU Holub Stanley Howard Viola Jensen Helen Kasik Warren Kasset Gcraldino Kcisler Gladys Kellogg Eileen Payne Rutti Pauley Shirley Peters Hoberl PctUt Katherine Poulos Mary Poulos Betty Ravcnslad Doris Head Bonnie Reid Lorraine Riley Mary Lou Rish Jane Sattor Margaret Sazma l^orrainc SchmocJt Barbara Scott WilHam Shoemaker Claude Sncll AWa Spoils Sara Stevens Bill Stnakcs Jean Strickland Dorothy Sullivan Shirley Sweeney Warren Swensou Marguerite Tage- Eon Kathcrine Tailor ' Fancb on Tebbetts Mary Jane Thome Sam Traub Toble Traub Virginia Vail Harry Walter Wiltna Walters Loretta Ward Irene Weber Maxine Weber Jean While Belty Williams Mary Winter Martin Yoseloff Bonnie Jean Zack Dick ZarltnR Mnrgnret Zeigler Northwood Group to Attend Conference According to a letter from Miss Esther A. Webb, adviser of the "Northwood High School News," she and four members of her staff, will attend the journalism conference, Friday, March 19. Miss Webb will serve on .the reception committee with Theodore Johnson, vice president of I. A. J. D. Northwood s t u d e n t delegates are as follows: Jean Dwelle, editor; Lewis Mellem, assistant editor; Tom Beckett, business manager, and Douglas Warner, assistant business manager. Photographs Live J Forever R U S S E L L PHOTO STUDIO Nest J. C. Penney Co. Ph. 2272 Mason City High School Be Smart . . . Have your school clothes cleaned and pressed regularly. Use Our Complete Laundry Service Phone 788 and 789 HIGHER THE! THE HARDER! Whenever you buy On a charge account .It's sad to see how The bills do mount ti Whenever you buy In a credit store, 'Each little purchase Costs a bit more. The higher the bill The harder to pay So pay cash at Penney'si And keep debt away I LAEE.iiIBX.Jifi. Mottoes Painted in Cub Gazette Room , by Millie Negomir The results o£ Millie Negomir's five hours of "knee action" along with skillful brush manipulation in the making of four mottoes to challenge students of M. C. H, S., has brought fortli a variety of thank you's for the senior art student. The two famous gems by Byron and Bacon respectively stretching the full length-o£ the Cub laboratory wall to'inspire journalism students are: "But words arc things, and a small drop of ink Falling like dew upon a thought, produces . . That which makes thousands, perhaps millions, think." "Reading niakcth a full man: conference i ready mart; and writing an exact nan." The oft-quoted statement from Bacon's pen. "Some books are to be tasted, others to be swallowed, and some few to be chewed and digested," and the words cut on the administration building ot the Ford Motor company in Dearborn, Mich., "Industrious application . of inventive genius to the natural resources of the earth is the ground work of prosperous civilization," stretch the full length of the south wall of room No. Ill, and throw out a challenge to English students.--B. C. Junior College to Sponsor Tea Dance M. C. J. C. is sponsoring a tea dance to be held in the high school for the college students on Wednesday afternoon, March 17. Miss Helen Hamilton is chairman of the committee in charge of the dance. Bob Burgraff heads committee on orchestra and Miss Mary. Jane Pauley, assisted by the Misses Helen Fischbeclc and Jean Schoby, will serve refreshments. Wentworth Carter is chairman of decorations and arrangements and has Theodore Knudson, Robert Campbell, Barren B. Boyd, and Roy Tiplon as his assistants. --S. F. G. GONE WITH THE WIND After meeting Miss G o 1 d a Helen Frie this week, I am left with the definite impression that the younger set o£ M. C. H. S. faculty women has dramatic talent. Now that the women teachers have displayed their ability, why don't faculty, men entertain the student body. You people who love to shudder, see the operetta. A new super thrill awaits you when you see Bill Parker as Louis XI, the effeminate French king. A twist of his lip, a lift of his eyebrow and you'll have a nice, clammy sensation. Not that his portrayal is violent or passionate. Far from it! Quiet insinuation and intense drama are foremost in his interpretation. He's really an actor! I don't suppose I'd better say anything about grade cards. There's been a miniature revolution the past week. Well, after the revolution, we'll all eat strawberries. Yours, Wind-O-Pane. Committees Named for Registration Miss Grace Barnard, supervisor of advanced commercial students, has named five committees to be in charge o£ registration for the teachers' convention. Marie Madsen, Magdalene Knr- tel, Ebba Olson, Vivian Martin and Beth Carter are. head clerks. Marie Madsen as. chairman of receipts is assisted by Gwen Anderberg, Irene Weber, Kathleen Bohn, Geraldine Grenier and Nadine Meyers, while Magdalene as chairman of files has Norma Chamberlain, A u d r e y Claudy, Shirley Dobson, Orvilla Hansen and Evelyn Lien as her assistants. Ebba Olson is in charge of cash assisted by Opal Hammond, Helen Kasik, Margrette Parnskevas, Alva Skram and Huth Kellogg, Vivian Alartin heads the typists --Dorothy Schiesburg, Dorothy Sullivan, Eleanor Thrams, Vivian Woldmoe and Virginia Davis. Beth Carter stands ready to assign all miscellaneous duties to John Kelley, Ralph Di Gregorio, Marjorie Simkins, Rosalie Birch, Betty Chapman, Rebecca Kitsis, Marjorie McConnell, Thelma Miller and Margaret Wright.--V. F. Masonian Assembly Staged on Monday The third assembly in a series sponsored by the 1937 Masonian was presented before the student body Monday. Five members of the high school faculty including the Misses Beulah Sanders, Mary Sherman, Grctchen Biclccl, Esther Steinberg and Dorothy Pagen- hart enacted a skit "On the Air," by Howard Freed. The production, which revolved around the humorous complications that arise when an eager group of women amateurs prepare for a broadcast, was received with enthusiasm and appreciative laughter. The name o£ Golda Helen Frie was especially well received when the audience really caught the interpretation. Martin Yoscloff, editor-in-chief oC the Masonian, announced that all Masoninn accounts must be closed by March 17. Scholastic Awards Deadline March 15 Deadline for "Scholastic" magazine awards March 15. Local journalism students are competing in Quill and Scroll group with news, features, editorials, columns, sports and inter- vie w s. First prize foe each group Is a new typewriter, while second prize is $10 and third $5. In addition 48 stale certificates o£ honor will be awarded in each group. --V. N. . CUB STAFF HELPS The 29 members of the journalism staff have co-operated with Enoch A. Norem, city editor of the Globe-Gazette, and C. J. Casey, ot the advertising staff, in the composition ot thumb-nail sketches for a special complimentary convention edition ot the Globe-Gazette for 1,200 teachers. Copies will be handed out at the high school doors by the students Thursday evening, and Friday morning. Jim McLaughlin covered lecturers, Marjorie Barton, cast members of the operetta, Jack Weir, musical groups, James Ford, directors of "Vagabond King," Betty Crabb, physical education, Lester Larson, officers, Bob Christiansen, leaders of round tables, lelene Stephens, office staff, and Elizabeth Graham, local speakers in round table groups. JOURNALISM TO HAVE PLAGE ON LOCAL PROGRAM school Publications Will Be Featured in Friday Luncheon. Miss Esther A. Webb, adviser at , e North wood High School News nd Miss Tommy D. Priest, advis- r of the Masonian, are a commit- ee for the journalism luncheon at iotel Hiinford at 12:15 Friday, larch 19. Prof. Emeiy H. Ruby ot 3rake will address the group cm Opportunities for Leadership in ichcinl Publications." Both stu- n'iS and advisers will attend. Prnf. G. H. Holmes will broadest ar 5:30 over KGLO Thursday, March 18, on "Are North Iowa owa Schools Journalism Con- .cious?" Professor Huby will broadcast Priday evening on "Why Join State, National Press Association \nd Quill-Scroll Society?" He will ipeak Friday afternoon at 4:00 on he theme--"New Ideas lor Old Publications." Prof. Selina Terry, will discuss .hat afternoon "Creative Writing and the Literary Magazine," while Miss Julia M. Myers will speak on phases of correlation between commercial work and journalism. Juniors and seniors who wrot' the Columbia University Englisl test a month ago, may now learn their scores and how they rated in comparison with their fellow classmates from those particuhi Instructors who administered th test to them. Local student journalists plan I attend the journalism Vuncheo and both Friday and Saturdo conferences 100%. "Little Dodger" Group to Attend Conference Miss Doris Lumley, adviser ol .he "Little Dodger," newspaper ot fort Dodge, as well as the year- jook, writes that she and Miss Dorn Holman, publicity director lor Fort Dodge schools, both secondary and elementary, will bring a delegation of the "Little Dodger" staff as well as their "College Campus" staff, to the journalism session of the teachers convention, and will serve as panels ill the discussion. Miss Marguerite II. Gaard, adviser of (he 'Hampton Chronicle," is bringing 11 students for the Friday conference. Let's pack the house for "Vagabond King" March 16, 17 and prove to those vocalists that we are loyal patrons. Have Your Eyes Thoroughly Examined by Dr. Keith V. Mace OPTOMETRIST SMITH OPTICAL 21 East Stita Presents Rudolph Friml's "Vagabond King" Director--Miss Ellen'Smith Assistant--Miss Mary Sherman Director of Orchestra--Miss Marjorie Smith High School Auditorium March 16, 17, 19--8 P. M. FRANCOIS VILLON Bob n.-.mpton (1st night); Stanley Rivedal (2nd night) KATHEHINE DE VAUCELLES Huth Dongall (1st night); Faythe Nollerieke find nighO HUGUETTE DU HAMEL...Barbara Scott (1st n i g h t ) : Winijred Storer [2nd niahll MARGOT Grace A n n e Clicnc-welh (1st n i g h t ) : Ruth Anderson (2nd niRlill LADY MAHY Hence 1'alland ( I s t n l K h l ) : Beatrice WigilaM (2nd nfzhtl LOUIS XI Bill Parker GUY TABARIE T, cst er Boyce THIBAUT D'AUSSIGNY .Tom Hye TRISTAN L'HERMITE Ed Hunter NOEL DE JOLYS Dick Ufford OLIVER LE. DAIN Art FischbcCk RENE DE MONTIGNY Mar-wood Spencer CASIN CHOLET James Pord CAPTAIN OF THE SCOTCH ARCHERS ClarK Swcetser Act I King Louis XI appears incognito among the rabble of Paris at the tavern. A fight, instigated by the king's cousin, Katharine de Vaucclles, results between Trancoii Villon, king ol the vagabond:, and -Thibaut, Orand Marshall ol France. Act II Made klnp for a day 10 further the plans of Louis, Villon frees hfs imprisoned comrades, and orders the defense of Paris. ICE CREAM MOLDS . . . FOR SPECIAL OCCASIONS Easter Rabbif, Chicken, Easter Lily Easier BEST, Pineapple Nut. HUTCHIN50N5 ICE CREAM'Sbi Tested and Approved by Good Housekepelnc" Horace Horsecollar WILL BE THE NEXT CHARACTER PICTURED ON OUR COTTAGE CHEESE GLASSES HERMANSON'S Phone 646 St. Patrick's Day Greeting Cards 5c lOc 1 5 c 2 5 c 'TALLY CARDS PLACE CARDS TABLE COVERS AND NAPKINS Yelland Hanes 1 11 EAST STATE PHONE 400 F R E E HAIRCUTS MARCELS FINGERWAVES i La' James College of Beauty Culture I2-U Flrit St. N. W. r h o n « UTt L Y O N S A Complete Service Laundercrs Dry Cleaners Furriers PHONE GOO SURE WE HAVE THEM! JUST SO THE SONS, DAUGHTERS OF ERIN CAN-St. Pntrick's Day, March 17 "Say H With Flowers" Kembie's Greenhouse M z f n t)tlli 0 WHS s. F f d . l*h u n n 65 7 IV, Stale St. P h o n e 4 I G Mason City High School Presents Rudolph Friml's "Vagabond King" Director---Miss Ellen Smith Assistant--Miss Mary Sherman Director of Orchestra--Miss Marjorie Smith High School Auditorium March 16, 17, 19--8 P. M. ISABEAU P h y l l i s NoclincK JEHANNETON vccln Klmrcy ROGATI f.d Duk TO1SON n'on.-BUnGUNDIAN H E R A L D Clinton Dlcfck AN ASTFlQLOGErt Waller S\vce FIRST HUNT LADV Grclclicn Wrtc SECOND HUNT LADY V l r o t n i n I e THIRD HUNT LADY ·. E1]c c n p a y n WEEN i EMclie Snydt D A N C E R . . . Evelyn Tliomn HANOMAN ; B(lb Ol!0 BISHOP. Lewis Cummin* Court Indies, RcnUcmcn, archers, adagio dancers, prisoners, drinking chorus, Urantcllc d.inccrs. Act III The rabble gather/; at the crossroads to defend the city. Attacked by Tliihaut, Villon is saved by HtiyuDtte,who loses h«r life in the act. The band ot rogues leave under their leader against the Burgundians. A c t ' I V The rabble rcdirns triumphant hut Villon is sentenced to dcaL'i, only lo be saved from the nallows by Lady Kntherine, who gives up her rank for his love. Latest Spring SHOE FASHIONS In all styles, and sizes. Priced to fit your purse. See them. SHOE BOX, Inc. JELLICO COAL There's Nothing Better Crystal Lake ICE and F U E L CO. 20 Firsf St. S. E. Phone 213 50 DOUBLE SHEETS 50 ENVELOPES Printed With Your Name and Address Pastel Shades. Green, Blue, Orchid, Ivory. KLIPTO LOOSE LEAF CO. Mason City. Iowa. Vitamin "D" Brcnd has all the gimme- some-morc flavor of a home q u a l i t y bread. Plus the Vitamin "D" that a 11 children need to help build strong b o n e s a n d teeth.' . . . IS BETTER BREAD Y O U ' V E . . . Tried the Rest -Now Try tho VERY-BEST MIJL.IC ORJWNE 94O -WE DELIVER F A R M PRODUCTS CO. WE DELIVER

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