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January 16, 1943

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

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MASON CITY^ GLOBE-GAZETTE Semester Ends Jon. 22 Clean the Slate SATURDAY, JANUARY 16, 1943 FOUNDED IN 1929 'Co-operation Plus Service Make Our School a Winner" College Exams Jan. 19-22 Are You Ready? SENIOR STAFF Editor in C h i e f . . . : Jeanne Manuel Mana glng Editor , Don Brewer Proof Reader Beverley Andersen Adviser Secretaries Ida DlGregorio. Shirley Nelsen. Betiv L*ni. Shorts Ray Ber.elte. Bill EngtebreLson TypiM* .... Malda Baurniardner, Richard Shapiro, Anne Peterson. Shirley Kelson. Junior Associate 'Editors Marlon Levinson. Anne Huber. Adviser.. Miss Elizabeth U. Graves. President of Iowa Quill and Scroll Chapter. ARE WE RICH? How rich are we M. C. H S. students and teachers in having Mrs. Rob Roy Cerney bring a message to us. How rich is Mason City in having a woman so capable of speaking to young people? These are questions-any high school student can answer with positive enthusiasm. Wednesday, Jan. 13, Mrs. Cerney delivered one of the finest brief talks ever to ring through an assembly audience. We felt her warm understanding and friendship for us high school students, and we gave in return 100 per cent attention. We are so grateful to Mrs. Cerney, and to the American Red Cross for sending her to us. We xvere made to feel that WE, the YOUTH of TODAY, are meeting the tests of life in a real American way. We were regaled by Mrs. Cerney's references to our modern vernacular such as "clap trap." She said, "Our y o u t h in the armed forces are not soft, but are co-operating and serving admirably in the stupendous war duties confronting them." Mrs. Cerney complimented us of the Junior Red Cross for our help and the members of the Home Nursing class especially for their time spent in training to receive their certificates Wednesday. She gave a new and meaningful interpretation to the immortal Miltonic line we, seniors, have just been studying from "On His Blindness"-"They also serve who only stand and wait."--Don Brewer. OUR BUSINESS IS FILLING PRESCRIPTIONS PRESCRIPTION SHOP TM 8 ° 0ne TV. B. Casey, Ph. G. SAVE YOUR CAR FO "V V I C T O R Y Go the Motor Coach Way! SPECIAL STUDENT RATES Phone 1286 DEVOTED TO MASON CITY SCHOOLS FOR BOTH PATRONS AND STUDENTS PUBLISHED BY M. C H. S, Samuel George Inducted Into Phi Beta Kappa at Iowa City Mason City Student Was Graduated "With Highest Distinction" Samuel Francis George, son of Mr. and Mrs. Orville A. George, 19 Sixth street northwest, was inducted in December into the Iowa City Alpha chapter of Phi Beta Kappa, the oldest national honorary scholastic fraternity in the United States, founded Dec. 5, 1776. Having been graduated "with highest distinction" that is in the highest five per cent of the Liberal Arts graduating class May 10, 1942, Mr. George was, at that time, given official notice of his election to Phi Beta Kappa to take place in December, 1942. Mr. George's major was in mathematics while working on his Bachelor of Arts degree. During the first semester of this school year," he continued his efforts in* the field of mathematics working toward his Master of Science degree. The summers of 1941 and '42 were spent in the actuarial department of the Lincoln Life Insurance company at Fort Wayne, Ind. Samuel, like his father, is coming to be recognized as a wizard in mathematics and a scholar in that field such as the various United States governmnnt agencies are ready to recognize and to call into special service. --B.L. SAMUEL FKANCIS GEOBGE Six Students Hear Professor Frederick Six members of the journalism class were privileged through the courtesy of Mrs. Harvey J. Bryant, president of the Woman's club, to hear Prof. John Frederick at the Radio Chepel, Tuesday. The six, who were accompanied by their instructor. Miss Elizabeth H. Graves, were Anne Huber, Shirley Robinson, Wanda Wallace, Florence Mathre, Marion Levinson and John Wagner. The students reported the gist of Professor Frederick's address to the other members of the class on Wednesday. --M. L. IZOR1C ODORLESS CLEANING IDEAL ZORIC American Dry laundry Cleaners IT'S PHONE 22 We Buy Used Cameras and Bicycle Frames Highest Prices Paid Pecker Bros B E S M A R T Have your school clothes cleaned and pressed regularly. Use Our Complete Laundry Service PHONE 788 and 789 It's a Family Affair TIADE'MAIK Bottled Under Authority of The Coca-Cola Company by Mason City Coca-Cola Bottling Co. PICKET! NOW IN ACTIVE SERVICE First to Leave for C. A. P. Duty on Coast Vernon Pickett, member o£ the senior class of 1943 and private first class in the local civil air patrol squadron, left Mason City for Des Moines Sunday, Jan. 3. He was sent from there to a coastal air patrol base to take up duties as a guard. Pickett is the first member of the Mason City squadron to leave for active duty w i t h the C. A. P. He has been a member of squadron 124-5, the local organization, and for three months was one o£ the high school boys actively engaged in squadron work in Mason City. Miss Graves received a letter from Vernon Tuesday written at his new base. Recently seven high school students were called upon to guard a number of allied planes which were compelled to remain at the airport overnight. Guards were posted all night observing strict military vigil. Student 1 ; in the guard were Pvt. Bud Anderson, Cpl. John Evanoff, P. F. C. Norman Huff, Pvt. Richard Murran, Cpl. Don Payne, P. F. C. Vernon Picfcett, and Pvt. Charles Sage. Civil Air Patrol is a nation wide organization under the office of civilian defense, authorized by the army air force. Its purpose is to relieve air forces personnel and material for more important services. It is organized along military lines, but service is completely voluntary. It has been SUBSTITUTES IN 11THYEARMATH W. Bennett Teaching Miss Cain's Classes William Bennett, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Bennett, Hi'/.. North Federal avenue, is substitute instructor o£ three classes in llth year mathematics. T h e y had been taught by Miss Ethel M. Cain during the first four months of high school. Mr. Bennett is a graduate of the local high school and of Iowa State Teachers college, having majored in natural science. He taught the past two years at Oilman, and this year has been studying advanced mathematics with Orville A. George of the junior college. Mr. Bennett has been preparing himself In the field of mathematics for Naval officers' training, and is subject to call any time after Jan. 22 by the United States navy- Miss Florence E. Flynn, instructor of Latin, is assigned to the duties of girl adviser for the present. New Books Added to School Library According to Miss Virginia Irwin, librarian, many new books have recently been added to the high school and junior college library. A basic collection of fiction is gradually being built up to include many of the popular widely known volumes of American fiction. Of the 45 books added, the majority deal with animal life, adventure, pioneer history, and various other themes. They are for outside reading in English courses as well as recreation. Several newly published reference books have been added including Webster's "Dictionary of Synonyms" and "University Debaters' Annual." Additional volumes to the "Careers" set, published by the Institute for Research, were included in the order. They are books dealing with careers various branches of the armec forces such as the army, navy marine corps, merchant marines coast guard, air forces, armorec air forces, and the Federal Bureau of Investigation. Other books give information about careers for women in factory wor and clerical careers in govern^ ment services.--S. R. Photographs Live Forever RUSSELL PHOTO STUDIO Next to J. C. Fenney Co. Phone 2272 playing an important part in defense work and in co-ordination etc., are studied. All expenses are paid by the members themselves Membership is not limited in the local squadron, the only qualification being that the applicant be a citizen of good standing, age 16 or more, be in average physical condition and have an active interest in aviation. Meetings are held on Tuesday and Thursday nights at 7:30 at the armory, where such subjects as radio code, first aid, navigation with the army and vital defense industries. Every member is requested ti have a uniform which consists o_ regulation army suntans--overseas cap, shirt, slacks, oxfords-and official insignia. D. P. Tirates of Penzance" Set for Auditorium Next Friday High School Operetta to Be Staged Under Direction of Miss Luce Theater lovers of the high chool and junior college as well as patrons of the school, have the opportunity of seeing another popular play in "Pirates of Penzance" by Gilbert and Sullivan to be presented at the high school auditorium Friday, Jan. 22, under ':he direction of Miss Mildred Juce. Warren A. Ruby and his staff ire building a stage set charac- eristic o£ the rocky seashore on he coast o£ Cornwall for Act I and for Act II a ruined chapel by moonlight, symbolic of the ancient baronial hall of General Stanley's castle where he liven with his four daughters. Miss Virginia Bailey, supervisor of dramatics, coaches students in the recitative lines. ¥ * * The part of the nursemaid, Ruth, is played by Anne Peterson who, through a misunderstanding, had her charge, Frederic, played by Tom Jorgensen, bound out to one of the pirates of Penzance until he would reach his majority, instead of having him apprenticed to a pilot, according to his father's mandates. The "deceptive Major-General Stanley, played by Barr Peterson, appears on the scene just as the pirates are pressing their matrimonial plots with his four daughters, and declares that he, too, is an orphan. ·v. ^ y The pirates, who are (old by Frederic that General Stanley has deceived them into believing thnt he was an orphan when lie was not. become so enraged that they swear revenge. They come in a night attack to carry off the general but are overpowered by the police who are about to take them to prison. Does General Stanley lament the fact that he deceived the pirates? Are the pirates pardoned? Does Frederic, having had but five birthdays being born Feb. 29, sense his duty to the pirates? Costumes for the pirates are being designed by Miss June Dudgeon, while Miss Marjory Smith will direct the orchestra which is to accompany throughout. Miss Odella McGowan will direct the dances while Miss Elizabeth H. Graves directs the work on publicity. * n= W Shirley Loamnn will accompany the overture while Betty Grunz accompanies for Act I aud Anne Huber for Act II. Madelyn Baker of the junior college is serving as assistant director. Betty Lent and Dick Moore, president and vice president respectively, head the make-up crew. Patricia Cooper is chairman of the stage and property crew who assist Mr. Ruby with the technical designs as well as the props. Sally McMichael and Frances Marinos are in charge of ticket sales. A. H. RED PEPPERS BY KAY The Mohawks came through again beating East high o£ Des Moines 42 to 15 at Roosevelt field house. The Mohawks played the same type of bail as they have played this season, holding their opponents to just a few baskets while they went on to rack up a large score for themselves. The East high game was the second Big 7 tilt for the Mohawks :md by winning they tied for first place with West Waterloo which beat Fort Dodge 44 to 27. Lloyd Klein played one o£ his best games, passing many times instead of shooting. "Killer" looks like one oC the best guards in the state. "We salute" Gus Pappas for his brilliant playing: in the East Des Moines game. Gus played both offense and defense like a veteran ball player. He was a reserve on last year's (cam but hits improved enough to rank a berlh acion? the top five. In gym this week the boys are learning new holds both for defense and of/ense. The boys who are interested and learn them will be able to defend themselves for the rest of their lives. The holds that are being taught by "Hans' are all based on speed and pressure. UNIOR COLLEGE EXAMS TO START Schedule Fills Four Days of Next Week Dean S. L. Ruglcmci announces iat the final examinations for the rst semester in junior college egin Tuesday, Jan. 19, and end t 3 o'clock Jaji. 22. Regular classes will convene all ay Monday, Jan. 18, while regis- ration for the second semester 'ill take place Friday, Jan. 22. in oom 201. Excuses for excessive absences may be hoard by Dean Rugland t any time during the coming eek when classes are not being eld in room 201. The schedule of examinations is s follows: FEM FROLICS A skating party will be held from 5 to 7 o'clock Wednesday afternoon. Jan. 20, for members of the Girls Athletic Association Girls planning to go should register in the gym. Friends of the members may attend by payin; small refreshment fee. The ping-pong tournament is now in progress. Girls interested in basketball may report to the gym on Fridays for practice. The basketball tournament will star in February. Buy War Savings Bonds and Stamps from your Globe-Gazette carrier boy. IMPROVE GRADES As the end of the third . six weeks draws near high school and collego students should take advantage of the opportunity to improve their grades averages for the semester by intensive effort. FORMER MISS IVERSON CALLS Mrs. B. O. Wolden of Esthor- ville, known to many as Miss Ida Iverson ol the science department was a house guest of Mrs. Grace Titus last week. She took time to call on teacher friends at the high school. Mrs. Roberta Siemers Teaching in Roosevelt Mrs. Roberta N, Siemers hcgan work Jan. 11 as an instructor in English at Roosevelt junior hig] school. Mrs. Siemers was graduatec from Roosevelt high school in De Moines in 1330 and from Drak umversity in 1934 with a Bache lor of Arts degree. She altendci summer school in 1D35 '3B an, '39. She has a teaching cxperienc of eight j-ears. having taught i Ellston 1934-'3G, Newburg 193G '38 and Goldfield since 193f where both she and her husban have been teaching. He is no 1 serving in the armed forces c the United States. _Mrs. Siemers is successor 1 Miss Vivian M. Bancroft, v.'h accepted a position at Newton. At the present she is living r the Cerro Gordo hotel.--F. M. MRS. KEISTER SUBSTITUTES Mrs. Gerald Keister conducted ninth grade English classes at Roosevelt Jan. 4-8 until the new instructor, Mrs. Robert Siemers, arrived. 'I ME Z:30- 9:50 0:00-12:00 1:00- 3:01) 0:00-12:00 1:00- 3:00 7:50- 9:15 0:GU-1:»:00 0:50-12:00 1:00- 3:00 0:00-12:00 1:00- 3:00 Tuesday, Jan. 1J COURSE French I ,'.'.'.','.'.','.'.'. Mathematics Ib BIoloEy 1 Wednesday, Jan. 20 English I (Carltoii). English I (Tilus)... Psychology I Chemistry I, III, V. German III '-'..'. T h u r s d a y , Jan. 21 Government I ... English m Speech I French HI Accounting I Physics 1 Friday, Jan. 21 History I Mathematics V Calculus Economics I ....... Education III ... . History III ROOM 300 .·ML! 300 311 204 ..31 ,300 2U1 313 300 MO 311 3ia -02 3U --w. w. SOS 201 202 :co Flag Display in "V" on Bulletin Board An interesting display on the nain bulletin board in the high school and junior college library consists of the 23 individual flags about 3 by 5 inches of the allied nations. They were placed by Miss Virginia Irwin, librarian, in a position to form o V for Victory. Centered in the V is a large American flag with a smaller one beneath' it. Teachers and students should enter the library by the south door to see the interesting display.--S. R. M. C. H. S. VOCAL DEPARTMENT Presents "PIRATES OF PENZANCE" by Gilbert and Sullivan Director--Miss Mildred Luce, Assisted by Miss Virginia Bailey Friday, Jan. 22, 8:00 P. M. CAST Richard, pirate king Dick Burgraff Edward, Sergeant of Police Pau i Marek Major General Stanley ." . Barr PeterEon Samuel, Richard's lieutenant D ; ck Moorc Frederic, a pirate apprentice Tommy Jorgenson Ruth, Frederic's nurse maid Anne Peterson Daughters of General Stanley--Mable, Connie Manley; Kate, Gwen Rampion; idith, Tiico Hunt; Isabel, Sally McMichael Pirates, tenor captains Don Payne, Don Havnen Pirates, bass captains Dick Bailey, Meredith Allen Sopranos, daughters of General Stanley -- Dor.nis Klempnauer Jeanne Meuwjssen, Martha Pauley, Marilyn Ellison Altos, daughters of General Stanley--Marjory Hall, Connie Hatges, Levon Garrison, Zella McFarlin Enjoy HUTCHINSON5 ICE CREAM often It's Real Food THROUGH PENNEY'S With Lyn and Lea Even if the Tit. C, II. S. lads c.-in't hope to compete with the gals in their flannel shirts, they can at least put up a good front: Penney's have just received a larffe new shipment of these plaid flannel shirts in sizes H',i-17 at only. SI.10. Wear them with blue or brown whipcord trousers in all sizes at §1-69. Stop in and sec these A-l bays! M. C. II. S.'s style-wise maidens know the advantages of looking (heir loveliest at all (imcs for that "male-man." Now you can find in the women's ready- lo-\vcar department at Penney's something that will delight yonr eye--and his! Rain coats of natural water-repellent material with gay plaid lining and button styled at S5.90 are the ideal thing for cool days. "I'm looking for fame and fortune now. I got- plenty of health and strength from drinking Vitamin D milk." Hermanson Bros. Dairy PHONE 646 L Y O N S CLEANERS LAUNDERERS FURRIERS trans PHONE 600 YOUR EYES are priceless! Guard them by using modern, siEht-savinff I. E. S. lamps when studying and reading. See the array of attractive I. E. S. lamps now on display. Let us help you select the right ones for your needs. PEOPLES" GAS EIXCTBIC Co. An essential I n d u s t r y G I v i i i j You Friendly. Iepexid»ble Service M. C. H. S. VOCAL DEPARTMENT Presents "PIRATES OF PENZANCE" by Gilbert and Sullivan Director-- Miss Mildred Luce, Assisted by Miss Virginia Bailey Friday, Jan. 22, 8:00 P. M. TECHNICAL DIRECTOR ..................... Warren A Ruby ?^TM E ToT^c DIRECTOR .................. Miss Marjory' Smith ACCOMPANISTS ..... Shirley Leaman, Betty Grunz, Anne Huber COSTUME DESIGNING ................ Miss Florence O'Leary SECTOR OF DANCES ................. Miss Odeila McGolvan DIRECTOR OF PUBLICITY ........... Miss Elizabeth H. Graves T . TT DIRECT °R ........................ Madelyn Baker MAKE-UP CREW-- Betty Lent, Dick Moore, Norma Haaheim, Anne Huber. Marion Levinson, Jeanne Manuel, La Vonnc Sackett Mr.ry Lewis, Dorothy Bicldick, Wanda Wallace, Lois Davidson' Arlene Lorbor. Jean Marks, Virginia Br.rlow, Janice Spencer Dorothy Eh'.crs, Adele Robinson, Evelyn Sharp, Elaine Grove' Yvonne Davis, Elizabeth Roberts, Joanne Chandlee, Eleanor Leaman, Janice Lawlon, Mildred Milligan, Shirley Whitney PROPERTY CREW-- Pat Cooper, chairman; Marjory Hall. Marilyn rpT/^Lr "' Grace Deal L^on Garrison, Verla Butcher, Avis Menkc TICKET SALES .............. Frances Marinos, Sally McMichael ^[ 7ISION vL' "« VICTORY M A C E ' S Smith Optical Co. 21 EAST STATE RENT A PORTABLE TYPEWRITER · Brush up or keep up your speed for Civil Service tests. FISHER TYPEWRITER CO. 19'/- E. State Phone 1033 FLOWERS AND PLANTS for friends who are ill. $1.00 to $5.00 KEMBLES GREENHOUSE 1205 S. Fed. 7 \V. State FLOWERPHONE 55 SERVICE VALENTINES FOR THE BOYS · Selection i n c l u d e s special cords for brother, son, father, etc. MAIL EARLY YELLAND HANES IT-13 E. 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