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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 16, 1933, Mason City, Iowa                                FOUR HIGH SCHOOL and JUNIOR COLLEGE MASON CITY GLOBEGAZKTTE TEACHERS WORK TOWARD DEGREES DURING SUMMER Faculty of Local High School and Junior College Earn Honors While the vacation to of the high school and Junior college proved to be a time of re creation To some of the teachera of the high school and Junior college It proved to be a time of gaining high er education for the attainment of nigher degrees in various institu tions Esther Pagenhart attended the state University of Iowa for elev en weeks She ia working toward her Master of Arts degree in Europ ean history Helen B Hauser completed 11 weeks at Iowa toward her Master of Arts degree In English Five weeke werespent at the same institution by Ida E Iversen She is workingtoward her second Master of Science degree with a in zoology and working in Genetics on a course study in here dity Miss Iversen received her first Master of Science degree from the State University of Iowa in 1930 At University Frances Forster put iri U weeks also at the state university She if working toward her master of degree with a major in French and a minor in English Elizabeth H Graves who receiv ed her Bachelor of Arts degree from State University of Iowa and her Master of Arts degree from School of Education at the University of Southern California spent six weeks in the graduate college of Hie latter institution where she completed all work except thesis for a second master of artsdegree with an Enfr lish major Harriet B Crabb spent an inter esting four weeks In the art colony at Stone City She did some special work under the direction of Grant Wood Harold Palmer spent part of this summer vacation at Iowa State col lege at Ames He is working on his toaster of arts degree in ludustrial Arts Attended Columbia Howard T Barker spent an inter esting 10 weeks at Columbia univer sity New York He continued work there toward his master of arts de CUB GAZETTE SEPTEMBER 16 MB 1933 TEACHES LANGUAGES MissLaura Kampmeier of Cedar Kaplds has come to Ma son City as the new French nnd German instructor in the local Junior college For the past two years she has been teaching at Ohio Northern uni versity In Ads Ohio nnd pre vlous to that tune she taught lor a year at Coo college In Cedar Baplds She received her A B degree at Coe and her M A in French and German at the State University of Iowa Bliss Kampmeier is a mem ber of the Phi Kappa Phi a na tional honorary scholastic fra ternity Phi Sigma Ipata a na tional romance language fra ternity Sigma Knppa Bi a for eign language society and she is also affiliated with the A A U WShe has been active in girl scout work and has been captain of troops in Cednr Bap Ids and m Ada Ohio for the pflut seven years Be Smart Have your school clothes Cleaned and Pressed regularly Phone 788 or 789 gree in Science and Physical Edu cation Clayton Sutherland attended the coaching school at Spirit Lake He studied football under Nobel Kizer head football coach of Purdue uni versity Lafayette Indiana and bas ketball under A A Schabinger head coach of basketball of Creighton university Omaha Nebr Mollle MacGowan registered for a correspondence course in mathe matics with the State University of Iowa She Is working toward her Master of Arts degree ADDITIONAL SCHOOL NEWS ON PAGE5 MANUFACTURERS AND JOBBERS OF Legion Will Give Awards to Students Ralph Lloyd Jones Tells High School of Scholarship How often do you look ahead four years In June 1987 a reward will be given by ClausenWarden Post to the moat deserving boy who la at the present time a freshman To help students in receiving a college education who otherwise might not have the opportunity to further their education ia ths aim of the ClausenWarden post of the American Legion in awarding an nually the junior college scholar ship This thought was emphasized by Ralph Lloyd Jones in his brief mes sage delivered to the students In an assembly at the high school this week It was thus placing more re sponsibility upon the student Upon awardingthis scholarship many things are taken Into consideration In order that a very wise choice can be made the student will be judged not only by his work during one year but the four years In which he Is a member of the high school He must have a high stand ing in scholarship he must engage in extra currlcular activities he must be a worthy citizen of the school hi must have a fine person ality and he must be in a position to appreciate the loan financially IN MEMORIAM HOPE MEYER To live in hearts we leave behind is not to die make our lives richer and more comnfete or M helP eachday to life than this complete Could anyone desire more from Mrs wlff SandersJunior College Sophomore Ida E Iverson Biology Instructor L L Minor Chemistry Instructor MARVILLE SPERRY GRADE SCHOOLS indeed should we MVer be fllled Who loved it will ever Ume may heal will Several Types of Service Choose the oke you want Call for details Its Phone 22 Ideal American Laundry is Dont Let Work Pile Up Says Principal at First School Assembly Do Mondays work Monday and Tusdays work let your work pile up until the end of the week or you will never catch up advised Principal James Rae Wednesday morning before the first high school assembly of the year Mr Rae also informed the stu dents of several new rules estab lahed this year Whereas in the last each student was assigned an assembly seat entire classes will file In this year in an order already established A distinction will be made in the class of assemblies held Class A representing the two upper classes of juniors and seniors and Class B representing the two lower classes freahmea and sophomores Mnr 0 Betty Feeler College Freshman Louise Barton Mathematics Instructor Instruct0r Students on Citys Band This Summer Both High School and Junior College Represented t The summer ia gone and so the series of concerts given by the Ma son City municipal band each year is ended The high school and Junior col lege were well represented Four juniors from a L Stewarts music department oast their lot with the city band duringthe summer Three young people from the ranks of the Junior college also played with the organization Students playing were Sterling Prusia Glade Sperry Mar jorie Pickett John Robertson Ralston McKee Donald Klitsch and Orris Herfindahl This year the band departed from its usual routine to enter a contest held at Cedar Palls The band per formed admirably despite the ex treme heat and won first place The big joke of the day occurred when the massed band concert was held One of the clarinet players from the local high school was ask ed to beat the drum while the band marched across the field alone That was ail right until the clarinet player found that he had to sit dur ing the contest with the drummers of Cedar Falls who were very good Sitting beside them he felt con scious of his inability to play a drum When he found that copies of music were scarce he quickly seized the opportunity to lay off When players were asked to com ment regarding their summers work they all spoke of it with en thusiasm and Carbonated Beverages In Bottles Mason City Bottling Co Phone 85 701 J5 Fed Ave Blanche Dean Skovlln Instructor Sixth Grade CHOSEN HEAD OF TEACHERS CLUB Elected President of H S and Junior College Association Guy Crosen was elected president and Miss Gladys Price secretary for Mason City high school and junior college teachers association at a Miss Esther Steinberg li brarian of the high school ana Junior college library attended the Mason City public grade schools and high school She started her college work in the Mason City Junior college and completed It at the University of Iowa from which she was graduated last June with a B A degree English was her major subject while her minor wao French Miss Steinberg was employed for several years In the Mason City public library and during the past year nnd a half worked as a porttime assistant in the catalog department of the State University of Iowa library She is a member of Fhl Beta Kappa an honorary scholastic fraternity ACTIVITIES OF INTEREST IN MASON CITY SCHOOLS WHERE PHOTOGRAPHS ARE SUPREME RUSSELL Photo Studio BagleyBeck Bldg meeting held Monday morning Sept 4 This association Is entitled to two voting delegates at the Iowa State Teachers association which meets in Des Moines Nov 2 3 and 4 The purpose of the local organ ization is to cooperate fully with the state organization in its effort to raise the standards of the schools and procure favorable legislation for them A few of the school laws which it has sponsored are The law making mandatory an eight months school year law guaranteeing the fiscal independence of the schools free tuition law compulsory attendance law and the text book law FLOWERS For Every Occasion FOR YOUR NEXT WIENER ROAST HolsteinMilk Vitality SCHERMERHORN FARMS PHONE 988 Visitors Welcome STAFF EDITOR IN Ethel Fink MANAGING David Kaufman ASSOCIATE Ocy Allene Fcnske Delourise Layman Roger Downing Eunice Anderson Dorothy Evans Dorothy Bittncr Patricia Hose Typed Copy Paulina March David Kaufman Gale Lane Perry Mildred Kcrdus David Murphy Ethel Fink Virginia Follette Veda Perkins Dorothy Evans Harriett Currle STAFF Darid Murphy Leon Tokman Dorothy Bittner Evelyn Burrls Ethel Fink Eunice Anderson Vivian Arvidson David Murphy Jeanne Minor LUXUS ICE CREAM to the active school boy ana girl Our Eskimo Pie Is the ideal between class heat Try Our CHOCOLATE CHIP ICE CREAM Qt 18c BIRDSALL ICE CREAM CO 518 N Fed 621 S Fed Corsages a Specialty Just Phone 55 KEMBLES GREENHOUSE REPORTERS A CHOCOLATE DRINK In Individual Bottles PHONE 646 M3S3HI PHONE 640 HERMANSON BROS DAIRY Red Parrot COAL Speaks for Itself LOW IN ASH NO CLINKERS TON Co Exclusive Dealers PHONE 583 Best For Growing Youth 0 HELP BRING BACK THE BREAD THAT SILVER TROPHY MASON CITY BAKING Co Administration Manual Murphy Burtlj niltner CoKill Irene Holbmok Jlartln March Arvidson Martin Sweet Griffin Miller Hnddy Cogill Irish Vice FlUpat rick Perry Junior Sweet DelonrliM Iiyman Cane HnrJJflh Sarnh HIUIi Martin Vonelnlf Sweet Sophomorej Gtdvlllc Martr McConnell Frederick Henemnn 1 Scott llulf Natural Tlce He nella Martin Social Kerlernan Dor othy Griffin Cookman Coe tforeljn Trebel Mnnlc Muriel Ojden Elizabeth Dramatic Evum Ffrrlett Currle Phyllli ItoRen Mildred Vsn Every ru ellft Pierce Oerald David Murphy Jluth Scott Dchatn Patrick Malcnhy Ethel Fink Ifrfrn Fluchlxck Layman Edna Slndy Hull Herbert norland Knthryn Fllipnlrlck Overnn Lund Program R 5 u a i navld Kaufman Ethel Home Economic Solvl Elizabeth Perry Kerdu Helen fllrhbeek Ask FOR BOYS Fine quality Double Suede Cloth Hell agree I hey re good For lads from6 lo 8 years old Knit bottom patch pocfc button Smart and new MADE EXACTLY LIKE THE MENS STYLES J C PENNEY CO 2021 South Federal Ave BETTER LOAF Dont Say Bread Say FOOTBALL TICKET SALES STARTING IN HIGH SCHOOL Each Student Selling One Adult Admittance to Get One Free Several hundred high school stu dents willreceive free season foot ball tickets this year it was re bv RE Nyquist chairman or the sales committee In announc ing the 193S football ticket cam paign The identical plan wag made last year and wasa great success as more than 800 adult season tick ets were sold Each student selling an adult ticket according to the plan re tlckct accormding to the plan re vealed by Mr Nyquist before a high school assembly Tuesday When 600 are sold each student having sold at least one adult ticket will receive his free ticket for the season The campaign is to be a short one lasting only one week It be gan Tuesday In his talk in which he outlined the plan Mr Nyquist also mentioned several requisites i of salesmanship necessary to the stu dent in attempting to make the sale you must have enthusiam he declared that is most necessary while visiting your prospect Con fidence in yourself will also help greatly when you approach your prospect he continued Mr Nv quist urged each student to sell as tckets as possible in order f camPafm over the top Each ticket sold gives the buyer admission to 10 home high school and five junior college of 0peD thu home schedule r 1 meetinfr the Trojans of Roosevelt stadium in a nocturnal ontest The Mohawks will not play at the stadium until Sept 29 when to halt Esther lengthy winning streak 3and Presents First Concert of Season Uy hlgh school utma resented its first concert Thursdav aorninff before a student assembly i the high school auditorium Sc ections on the program were Nor Rhapsody tornlng Noon and Youll Like MASON MAID Butter Milk Cream and Cottage Cheese MASON CITY CoOperative Dairy Phone 221 COAL Phone 213 CRYSTAL LAKE ICE and FUEL CO 11 First St S Save Money on all DRY CLEANING Cash and Carry Cleaners 1 A M to 7 P M 401 N Federal Ave 213 S FedernI Arc 24 East State Youve TRIED THE REST NOW TKY THE OR PHONE 940 WE 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