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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 23, 1933, Mason City, Iowa BIGHT MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE SEPTEMBER 23 1933T r STUDENT COMMENT PUT TICKET SALE OVER Dont let it be said that JJie Ma son City high school started some thing it couldnt finish How about this football campaign We can finish it and we are going to finish it Arent we When Not week after next but next week Yes I think our quota will be met if the students will really try said Heuben Nyqulst activity dlrecr tor when approached It is theduty of every good citi zen to buy a season football ticket not only for his own sake but for the sage of the squad Is it not a thrill to see under the lights of the Roosevelt stadium the squad fight ing the band playing and the crowd cheering We are sure that when the people are really approached the sales will zoom over the 600 mark High School and Junior College CUB GAZETTE Grade Schools DONTS FOB STUDENTS Dont make an effort to be pres ent every day at school absence makesthe heart grow Bonder Dont fail to come late occasion ally use up the tardy alips Thats what they are printed for Dont ever bring teacher an apple she will flunk you anyway Dont fall to leave your initials on the desks they will be so valu able for a museum when you be come famous Dont be bashful about cheating in tests two heads are better than one Dont forget girls to use your compacts and combs during classes thats the place to use them Dont fail boys to light up the moment youre out of the building it makes you look so manly WHY NOT A MINIMUM Some people go through the halls and down the stairs as though their sole object in life was to wander aimlessly along as slowly as pos sible They little realize that they are holding up traffic and that many a student has a long way to go during those fleeting five min utes between classes When the cor itdors and stairs are crowded with 1500 students is It not needful that loiterers consider those who stand helplessly wasting their time as well as the ones behind them No running is the mandate we all heed Let us heed as well the man date no loitering SEQUEL OR SQUEAL The word sequel appeared in the explanatory notes The meaning and application the word had teen explained Miss Graves said Now what do you call the second hook that continues the story set forth in the first book Squeal said the pupil ENROLLMENT IN JUNIOR COLLEGE NEARS 200 MARK Large Number of High School Graduates Register for College Courses A total of 197 students have en rolled in the local junior college ac cording to figures released this week by Dean S L Rugland Sur prisingly noticeable is the increased number of girls enrolled in the lo cal college 87 girls having reg istered in the school Whereasin past years the ratio of boys has exceeded the number of girls by an almost 2 to 1 proportion the number this year gives the giris one of the largest feminine registra tions ever seen in the college Especially noticeable is the in creased number of enrollments from Mason City the number of local registrations making up the de ficiency in enrollments caused by a failing off of outside enrollments Of the 197 students enrolled this year 129 are graduates of the local high school and 68 graduates of other schools Last year 80 students from outside schools were enrolled A total of 120 freshmen 72 soph mores and five graduates taking additional courses comprise the to tal of 197 for the junior college The local college has drawn en rollments from students of distant points reaching from Colorado to New York Robert Sanderson Ham burg N Y which is a suburb of Buffalo is the student holding th long distance mark for registra tion Sanderson is out for the Tro jan fcatball team and is trying for a backfield post The entrant from Colorado is Kathrynann Bowling of Manitou Springs Colo Esther Haynes Thief Falls Minn lives far thest north and Kathleen Holmes o Shenandoah farthest south Included in the number of other outside en rollments are Gladys Lodoen Cen tral high of Minneapolis Minn Melville Hughes Clear Lake who has attended Waukon junior college Roy Wilbur Harnack who has at tended Western Union college a Le Mars and Mary Lillian Donahu of Rockford who has spent a year at Ottumwa Heights college Men are planting 5000000 trees in forests of Scotland Be Smart Have your school clothes Cleaned and Pressed regularly Phone 788 or 789 Several Types of Service Choose the one you want Call for details Its Ideal American Laundry MANUFACTURERS AND JOBBERS OP and UP Carbonated Beverages in Bottles Mason City Bottling Co Phone 85 701 S Fed Avc NEW AT GARFIELD The one new Instructor in Garfleld school is Mary E Short who taught in Waterloo schools before coming to Mason City Miss Short is a graduate of the Iowa State Teachers col lege where she received her B Adegree in August 1933 Her major was elementary edu cation and her minor was art A part of Miss Shorts four years preparation was done in the University of Colorado at Boulder Miss Short has had 10 years experience as teacher in the following schools of Iowa Gowrie Sioux Center and Wa terloo Mason Gives SchoolViews County Attorney Says Latin and English Helped Most By DAVID MURPHY The English and Latin I had in high school were the studies tha helped me most in my collegiate ca reef said County Attorney IT L Mason as he sat at his desk Of al extracurricular activities Mr Ma son named athletics as the mos beneficial He played both football and bas ketball in the local high school from which he was graduated in 1925 H then entered Notre Dame where h obtained his BA degree in 192E Mr Masons last two years in th study of law were spent at the tin veraity of Minnesota from which h was graduated in 1931 Since then he has established law office in the I O F building Later he was elected attorney o Cerro Gordo county LOCAL TEACHERS WORKING TOWARD HIGHER DEGREES tirade School Instructors Attend Summer Sessions George A Dale principal of Lin oln school attended the State TJni ersity Iowa for six weeks and ompleted course work toward his octorate degree Another three veeks was spent wholly in research n thesis problem by Mr Dale Arthur G Krager physical educa ion supervisor in the elementary chools completed work for a Jachelor of education degree at the ja Croase State Teachers college Mr Kragers major was in physical ducation and his minor in mathe matics Mis Bickel at S Cat The Misses Grctchen Bickel and Elvira Peterson of Madison school pent a portion of the summer months working for advanced de grees Miss Bickel attended the first session at the University of South ern California where she did work pward her M Adegree with a ma or in journalism Miss Peterson at ended the University of Minnesota for six weeks Miss Mary E Short the new in structor in Garficid school was a student in Iowa State Teachers col lege at Cedar Falls for 12 weeks She completed during that time her four years course and received her B A degree in August with a ma jor in elementary education and a minor in art Attends Chicago College Mrs Dora Liesveld of the Jeffer son school attended the Pestnlazzi Froebel Teachers college of Chi cago for six weeks She is working toward her B A degree in primary methods Miss Ida E Roaeland of the Gran school attended Iowa State Teachers college at Cedar Falls for 12 weeks She received her B A degree in pri mary education Miss Bertha Wassam of the Jack son school continued work at th State University of Iowa during the first term of the summer session Lincoln Teachers at Iowa The Misses L Maye Gordon ant Mary Galford of Lincoln school con tinued wbrk at the State University of Iowa for six weeks Both Instruc tors are working toward B A de grees with majors in social science Miss Evelyn Oliver also of th Lincoln faculty continued wor through extension courses with State University of Iowa during th summer Mrs Blanche Dean Skovlin o Harding school was a student a State University of Iowa for si weeks She ia working toward B A degree with English as major and history as a minor Miss Lana Hiles of Central schoo ART INSTRUCTOR Miss Elizabeth Leland suc cessor to Mrs Jeanne Marsh Wright as art instructor at Lin coln junior high school was graduated from the Washburn high school in Minneapolis Minn Miss Leland attended the University of Minnesota where she was graduated with distlnc tion She received a B S degree with a major in art and minor in English and History I dabbled in stagecraft states Miss Leland when I was n sophomore during the sum mer session of 1831 and taught aclass in stogo costume design and costumed threeproduc tions Miss Leland was an assistant in the art department at Emer son high school in Minneapolis prior to her acceptance of the position here has returned to Mason City to teach after having spent three years in the University of Southern Califor nia Miss Hiles received her B S degree from that institution in June Her major was education and her minor was art 805 Students Hold Public Library Cards Did you know that 805 hig school students have public librarj cards and that 409 are nonposses sors of a card A recent piece o research made by a senior Delouris Layman and two public library as sistants proved that only about one third of the high school pupils tak advantage of the library system Lydia M Barrette librarian em phasized the fact that since 65 of th 805 high school pupils cannot male use of their borrowing privilege b cause of fines exceeding 65 cen on their cards it behooves thos students to remove fines at the earliest opportunity HAYNES SENNEFF GIVE ADDRESSES ON CONSTITUTION rlason City Lawyers Speak on Development of Document Two of Mason Citys younger iwyers Stanley Haynes and John enneff Jr spoke on the constitu lon in two assemblies held at the igh school Wednesday moring Constitution day Mr Haynea in speaking before ae first assembly the his ory and background of the conatl ution of the United States We have lived as a nation under Us constitution since the time it vas adopted and although there are ostru merits which tend to make ur government a is ur heritage which we should up lOld Mr Haynes said Mr Senneff briefly sketched for he second assembly the historical ackgroun3 and explained quite ully how the constitution vitally affects the youth of America as fu ure voters and lawmakers Mr Senneff said The impor ance of Constitution week is to ceep in the minds of the American eople the necessity of having this enlarged Bill of Rights to give us economic social and religious inde pendence The nazi persecution in Ger many under Hitlers dictatorship will never be possible in the United States as long as we uphold the constitution continued Mr Sen neff It is the firm belief of the young attorney that In this epoch making period of upheaval the act of the citizens today in thes times of distress will affect later generations considerably1 Freshman Girl Runs to Third Base Firs AH you have to do said Mis Odella McGowan girls gymnaslur instructor is kick the ball bar and run around the bases A freshman coming up to ba followed the teachers She kicked the ball but being left handed she ran from third to sec ond then to first and then horn before the ball The referee calle her safe but she was instructe that running bases is a righ handed performance AT McKINLEY SCHOOL Miss Doris Knowlton new in structor at McKinley school graduated from the Floyd con solidated high school in 1028 Miss Knowlton continued her education at Stephens college Columbia Mo where she re ceived a diploma in public school music in 19SO Miss Knowlton then attended Iowa State Teachers college at Cedar Falls where she received a di ploma In elementary education In 1931 She taught at the Cen tral Heights school near Mason City the past two years Karges Removes His Coat at Pep Assembly Beef Karges show6i his usual en thusiasm by taking off his coat a the first pep assembly of the yea Friday Now come on he shouted He was assisted by four new chee leaders Bill whorley Arland Chap man Mabel Leake and Geraldin Bruner The students caught th spirit and sang and yelled with ex ceptional pep RESEARCH WORK BOOKS PROVIDED AT H S LIBRARY Volumes on Literature and Other Studies Are Added The facilities for research work in he high school library have been really increased The supply of ooks has been replenished during he summer by 33 books on Ameri BO literature 38 on English litera ure 15 on both American and Eng sh literature five on psychology three on economics seven on Eur pean history eight on govern aent 38 on manual training and ne on physics Among these volumes is a new dition of the Odyssey translated y George Herbert Palmer in prose md beautifully illustrated by N C Vyeth Last year freshmen after an in roduction to Homers Odyssey in prose by Herbert Lord Havell ex iressed themselves as heartily in fa vor of a prose introduction to the rreat Greek epics before taking up Jryants poetical translation the liad So a second prose transla tion was ordered to meet the urgent demand of the freshmen students One more copy of A Book of Authors written by Iowa au hors and two more copies entitled Etiquet by Helen Hathaway have been re ceived Volumes of British and American poetry by Louis Unter meyer and a copy of Poems For Enjoyment edited by Elias Lieber man have been added to the poetry shelves CLASS FINDS SQUIRREL Yip yap of a brown bush tailed baby squirrel was a soun heard by Mias Ida Iversons bio ogy sudents one morning Fou tablespoonsful of milk were giver the young infant by means oE medicine dropper and the twitte ing noise ceased Rosyln Brogu the nurse reports the patient growing very rapidly but promisi to be a spoiled baby I 1 Ticket Campaign of GAA Gets Started yj The ticket campaign of the G A A began with a gettogether Fri day afternoon in the high school gymnasium The gym was decorated with bal loons and the flying colors of chosr en teams Games were played and the winning team was awarded a prize Every girl is trying to sell as many tickets as possible Bach girl V who sells five tickets is given her membership free The tickets 25 cents each Additional School News Will be Found on Page 13 WHERE PHOTOGRAPHS ARE SUPREME RUSSELL Photo Studio BagleyBeck Bldg FOR YOUR NEXT WIENER ROAST FRANKFURTERS The Best You Can Buy HolsteinMilk Vitality SCHERMERHORN FARMS PHONE 988 Visltora Welcome PECAN KRUNCH h a delicious Ice Cream Brand new with IHglcys If yoa havent trlefl It oak for It at ynur lavodte fountain today Our Eskimo Tie Is the Ideal lunch Try Our CHOCOLATE CHIP ICE CREAM Qt 18c BIRDSALL ICE CREAM CO FLOWERS For Every Occasion Corsages a Specialty Just Phone 55 KEMBLES GREENHOUSE Youll MASON MAID Butter Milk Cream and Cottage Cheese MASON CITY CoOperative Dairy Phone 221 THE CREAM SUPREME A CHOCOLATE DRINK In Individual Bottles PHONE 646 PHONE 048 HERMANSON BROS DAIRY IN THE CLASSROOM COAL Phone 213 CRYSTAL LAKE ICE and FUEL CO 11 First St S W Save Money on all DRY CLEANING Red 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