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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 14, 1933, Mason City, Iowa                                FOUR MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE OCT U 1933 STUDENT COMMENT Opinions of CubGazette Writers on School Life WHERE ARE WE GOING Where are we going Into lives of Joy service high purpose and patriotism That is our hope Those are the words emblazoned upon fee north Tyall of the lower corridor of Lincoln school Into lives of joy Really what is life without joy Life can be iflways Joyful if we look at the cheerful side for everything has a bright fide and a dark side All of us want to go through life being Joyous Service The world is always in need of someone to give service fhere isnt a day goes by but what we can be of some help to someone High purpose We have all Bet our goals and are ever striving for them High purpose IB a great thing a thing that deserves thought Most of us have set our mark now lets aim Patriotism In what a number of ways we can show we are patriots yfe should always be doing something for the good of our community Our state our country Our country needs us as much every day as it Bid during war but she does not ask us to die for her To be able to do all these ia our hope This lovely quotation makes its appeal to all Lincoln students An interview with Mrs Louise F Barton instructor in Lincoln school gives one the history of this marvelous gem When asked What do you know about the gem Mrs Barton replied I know everything about it She then proceeded to tell her eager group of young cub reporters the story of the gem For seven years the gem adorned the walls of the auditorium at The letters however would not stay put so R E Wilcox Instructor in manual training had his boys cut and gild these beautiful letters from wood and placed them where they are He is now in Pasa dena Cal schools but his handiwork remains PAGE SIR WAITER SOMEBODY Has chivalry gone This question was brought up during the study bf English literature in 107 the past week Seniors agreed that judging by appearances the chivalry of the remote past does not exist Sir Walter Raleigh gave chivalry a boost and had his name written in history when he spread his coat over a muddy pool for Queen Eliza beth to tread over But only Sir Walter Raleigh seen near the school comes in cans and contains nicotine King Arthur and his gallant knights would blush in shame it they to watch the movements of many a modern youth Girls caugh in the traffic whirl at noon have hardly any chance of escaping with no bruises for when the noontime horde of students go to lunch they abandon all thoughts of chivalry Soys you and you and you Lets all come forth with a few man ners in the ensuing months The experience of being chtvalric will be something of a novelty no doubt but it should be an interesting one Herald blow the trumpets Chivalry will make a comeback DONT PASS UP ENGLISH LITERATURE Are you one of the students who is thinking already of passing up SBnglish literature because American literature is so extensive If so perhaps the true story of an alumnus of the high school and Junior college will make you right about face A young man who forfeited two chances to take this subject recently Said to an English Instructor I would give anything if I had taken English literature He is studying for the entrance examinations for West Point and all his energy and ability have as their focal point the winning of that test If he doesnt attain the appointment he knows that English literature Svill have tripped him up Profit by this young mans mistake Make the roost of your educa tional opportunities Acquaint yourself with the wit of Chaucer enjoy Spensers Faerie Queen know Shakespeare and the works that made him the worlds greatest dramatist meet Milton Bacon Wordsworth Browning Dickens Tennyson through the magic of their pens What a wonderful heritage is left to the word in the works of the treat writers of England Make that heritage yours FIRST AID TO JOURNALISTS How do you know you cant write i Have you ever tried Or have you been sitting back as it is so easy to do waiting for the day when report cards are issued to awaken all of a sudden to the discovery that your work is Incomplete or a failure Dont think you can be a journalist all at once Lawyers must first be law studenta doctors Internes engineers draftsmen Tfou know there must there ig a GAZtTTE High School and Junior College Grade Schools MARY BULLOCKS STORY OF TOUR TO WEST GIVEN Tells of Large Home Where Spiritualist Once Had Seances At San Jose Cal I visited the home of the widow of the president of the Winchester Arms company said Miss Bullock describing her trip through the west This house covers five acres and cost between arid The own er a spiritualist believed that as long as she continued to build she would live and in her construction she built around an object rather than destroy it AIthoughsshe never did any en tertaining she constructed a ball room and banquet hall costing 000 In these rooms she held com munion with the spirits In the room used for seances there were 26 hooks for the robes of the spirits and also a devcie whereby she could watch all the servants al work The pair of front doors valued at 2000 have only been opened three times even President Roosevelt was forced to go to the rear entrance Contains Elevator This house of five stories con tains an elevator which goes up nine feet In the same room with an elaborate plate glass window costing hundreds of dollars there is often a cheap glass pane costing only 5150 Aside from seeing some Holly wood movie sets originals of fam ous pictures and visiting Catalina islands and Chinatown Miss Bullock had a most interesting adventure when crossing the Big Horn moun tains In relating her experience she said the night was very chilly and we went to bed fully dressed but nevertheless we shivered the whole light long The temperature was 1C iegrees far different from the 150 degrees we suffered on the desert A a we crossed the mountains in a snowstorm we discovered that Jiree oranges two or three pieces of candy and a few sandwiches were the only eatables left in a bus carrying 30 persons We were sup posed to reach Buffalo Wyo for supper but we did not arrive unti p m as the engine felt the altitude LINCOLN BOYS IN ELECTRICITY STUDY Earl Gerard Is now conducting a class in elementary electricity for Lincoln boys He started out with a study of elementary prin ciples of electricity and its uses Now the students are starting on the actual work of doorbell wiring They will study house wiring motor and short wave radio His room on the upper floor of the manual arts building presents an interesting appearance It con tains electrical equipment and several radios Mr Gerard says he is planning to obtain a license and establish a short wave trans mitter What a journalism Class Thinks About When inspiration runs low in journalism room 107 the sympat hetic coluntenance of OtisKipling If restores hope to the struggling young cub Gazing around vvith sympathetic black eyes O holds down anImportant job He keeps the CubGazette copy from blowing away O is a white puppy with a brown streak that duns down to his short tail He wears a big crim son bow under his chin He has been Elizabeth Graves paper weight for more than six years An If For Girls written by Eliz abeth Lincoln Otis and Rudyard Kiplings If explains his name which originated at Lincoln In his dual role of distributing in spiration and holding down copy O has become an essential parl of the Cub Gazette A copy reader exclaimed Oh if only O could but make copy O K the first time Lets Go Hunting You Bring the Ducks Tuesday morning about three ambitious Junior college students were fully armed with a battery of Remingtons a revolver a Winches ter and a dog waiting for big game A chilly breeze blew over the lake and they nearly caught ismonia Noon ducks They warmed up on blackbirds and Java and hamburgers bring the ducks Traffic in Halls Topic in Classes Many Solutions Are Offered by Students Traffic in the Halla was the topic discussed Monday in the high school classes This was the first of a series of discussions which will be carried on throughout the year un der the new system whereby the students are given a part in the government of the school The boys suggestions centered on the jam on the stairway going Into the boys locker room which is situated in the basement They of fered the solution that the door to the locker room be opened so that the north entrance could be used A constant hindrance is the block ing of traffic by students who loi ter in the middle of the hall As a remedy it was suggested that a black line be painted along the halls about one and onehalf yards from each side so that those desiring to chat with a friend could step back of this line thus leaving the center of the hall open for those who are in a hurry Another suggested that the hall be divided into four lanes the outer two for those going rath er slowly and the inner two for those going more rapidly Students seemed to feel that the congestion on the stairs could be re lieved by painting a line down the center If that failed they thought that it would be a good idea to use two stairways for those going up and the other two for those going down At noon the halls are quite crowd ed and as a remedy for this the suggestion was made that the stu dents not be allowed to enter unti a specified time and then have al the floors open to them Many advo cated the system used in previous years that of 35 minute lunch per iods and two shifts The opinion was voiced that if 208 study hal was also opened at noon under the supervision of teachers many upper classmen would go there to study They gave as the reason for theii belief the fact that many pupils si on the steps from third to fourth floor and study whereas if the study halla were open they go there rattierthai block the traf fie going uj AMELIA EARHART TALKS ON FLYING FOR CUB STAFF Woman Flyer Queried by School Reporters After Lecture By ETHEL FINK True to her promise in a letter from Chicago to Miss Ethel Fink editorinchief of the CubGazette Amelia Earhart took time at the close of a full evening with two Mason City audience to chat with our CubGazette reporters Do you thing you have any questions left to ask me the av atrix asked Will women be leaders in avia tion Dorothy Evans queried Aviation is an industry just as canning sardines is was the ans wer Women have been prominent m industry and also will figure in aviatiori In reply to Miss Evans second question What does it coat a wo man learn to fly she said Would Take Two Years About 54000 that is if you want to become a transport pilot which means 200 hours of flying This would mean two yeara of in tensive study Miss Finks query was Al though you propbecied that all your audience tonight will fly within two years how long do you think it will be before the average adult will fly big own plane We will have to change the type of plane or breed a different race Miss Earhart answered I dont think the time will come during our lives when the airplane will sup plant travel by automobile or train But you do think that the air plane is the coming mode of trans portation Miss Fink asked No I dont think that the air plane will be the only mode ot transportation in the future People will fly because of the speed Wt must coordinate our airplanes trains and cars to a greater extent in the future and not be so careless in our system she explained Will Be Crossed David Kaufman questioned Wil the Pacific some day be flown as successfully as the Atlantic Yes but there isnt as much ne cessity to cross that ocean as th American trade is more importan from the other side ofthe Atlantic she answered DRIVE FOR CLUB MEMBERS IS ON Who is going to win the and pencil set The drive for new members in the American club is getting well under way and so far 153 juniors freshmen seniors and sophomores have joined The leading contestants are Vida Huff Maxine JValters Rheon Zack Wayne Stuart Charles Young Seth Margin Dorothy Griffin Opal Ferleman Martha Haddy Marjorie Cookman Clare Willsher The juniors lead in member ship The other classes are not doing half aa well The freshmen rank second with the seniors and sophomores trailing along Fewer Press Agents More Dutch Uncles Take your choice of a press agent or Dutch uncle If your work is of such a caliber that it needs no cor rection whatsoever have someone act as a press agent for you What is a press agent It is not an agent going on a house to house canvass to see if you need to have some pressing done but it is a very good friend who will talk up your art icle to the editors of the Cub What is a Dutch uncle It is not that cherished uncle from Holland but it is someone who gives you suggestions or construc tive criticisms in composition From the looks of papers which come tc the CubGazette staff we need fewer press agents and more Dutch uncles Wasp Disturbs H S Class in History A history class was rudely inter rupted last week by the sudden en trance of a wasp through the win dow The female members of the class screamed and jumped upon their seats After a brief momeu the wasp left almost as quietly a he entered Boys in the class were laughing over the incident severa days later and several expressed th wish that Mr Wasp would again at tend class so as to add a bit of va riety to the daily routine ADDITIONAL SCHOOL NEWS ON PAGE 7 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 Phone 22 Ideal American Laundry MANUFACTURERS AND JOBBERS OF and Carbonated Beverages in Dottlci Mason City Bottling Co Phone 85 701 S Fed Ave ACTIVITIES OF INTEREST IN MASON CITY SCHOOLS WHERE PHOTOGRAPHS ARE SUPREME RUSSELL Photo Studio BagleyBcck Bldg HolsteinMilk Vitality SCHERMERHORN FARMS PHONE 988 Visitors Welcome FOR YOUR NEXT WIENER ROAST PECAN KRUNCH a dcUclniia Ice Crenm Brand new with If you havent Irlod It ask for It at your favoritn fottntola tadny Our Eskimo 1Je Is the Ideal lunch THE CREAM SUPREME BUTTER BRICKLE ICE CREAM Qt 40c Pt 20c Pt IOC BIRDSALL ICE CREAM CO 518 N Fed 621 S Fed MUM TIME IS HERE and the kind of a girl you would want to have is the kind that would love a gift of flow ers no matter how small Mums will hit the spot now if you se lect from our fresh stock KEMBLES GREENHOUSE PHONE 55 JUNIOR COLLEGE GROUP ON FIELD TRIP ABOUT LAKE Accompany Prof H S Con ard of Grinnell on Hunt for Mosses Although the weather last Satur day was cold and rainy it didnt lampen the spirits of the five stu dents and two teachers who accom panied Prof H S Conard of Grin nell on a fieldobservation trip over arious regions around Clear Lake n fact everyone had a hilarious time even Dean S L Rugland Professor Conard has collected more than 200 mosses from Iowa fn his studies he has found that certain mosses which are lower slant forma and trees which are aigher plant forms are often asso ciated together This study is known as plant sociology Seek Southern Mosses The object of the trip was to find southern mosses lichens and fungi Milton Raizes developed into a mas ter sleuth for finding mosses and contributed two specimens which Professor Conard desired How Mil ton grinned and patted himself on the back when Miss Ida Iversen complimented him on his keen eye sight The rest of the group trailed along or darted here and there in search of a new specimen It was fun to hear the professor say when ever he hacked a lichen from a tree MM it looks like Parmelia but I have my doubts Then he would peer into a tiny magnifying glass and solemnly drawl Yes it is Par melia Everyone kept himself busy at one thing or another Paul Foote light footedly chased frogs while Johan na Nelson and Ursula Thomas en livened the party with witty re marks Dean Rugland elected chap eron of the frogs insisted they stay with him and not wander off But the frogs were unruly and now and then a call for help brought the students rushing to his aid so as to recapture the frogs Why She Liked Him After nearly a whole days the group left for Mason radiant but tired from walking from picking off prickly burrs Spanish needles continuously fri their clothing Youll Like MASON MAID Butter Milk Cream and Cottage Cheese MASON CITY CoOperative Dairy Phone 221 A CHOCOLATE DRINK In Individual Bottles PHONE 615 PHONE 646 HERMANSON BROS DAIRY High School Events FRIDAY NOV all high school play FRIDAY DEC act plays TUESDAY JAN play tryouts FRIDAY FEB play act play for Iowa City TUESDAY MARCH play tryouts FRIDAY MAY play Red Parrot COAL Speaks for Itself LOW IN ASH NO CLINKERS INTENSE HEAT TON GLENDORA LUMP WG BLOCK Co Exclusive Denier I PHONE 583 THE JOLLY YOUNG CHEMISTRY TOurw Best For Growing Youth BRING BACK FARM THE BREAD THAT WON THE SILVER TROPHY MASON CITY BAKING Co Great for Chilly Fall weather Boys All Wool SLIPOVERS J29 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