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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 20, 1934, Mason City, Iowa                                FOUR 5IASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE JANUARY 20 1934 THE CUB GAZETTE Member ot I H S S P A STAFF TStfctl Kink Edllorlnchlet David Kaufman Managing Editor Dorothy Evans Associate Editor Eunice Anderson Associate Editor Lucila Pierce Dramatics Marjorle Hanson Dramatics Harry Bcrailman Junior College Phyllis Neeltoes Junior High Delourlsc Layman Exchange Patricia Rose EMhanee Dorothy Blttner j Exchange Vivian and Scroll Hlnetta Martin ScholasUc Editor Koslyn Brosue Poetry Mildred Kerdus Tabloids David Murphy All Pauline March TyplEl Helen Flachbtclt Office Cat Elizabeth H Graves AdvlBer Reporters Ted Knudson Irene Holbrook Hulh Bcott Dorthy OrlHIn Opal Ferleman Carmen Coglll Harlan Miller Marjory CooXman Martha Haddy Dorothy Marlln slizabcth Coe Wetta Trebil Virginia Toilette Gladys Miller Veda Perkins Roger Downing Charles Young Edna Hull Gala Lane Marlon Sweet Elizabeth Perry Glenn Argetslnger Wesley FloJa Detker Dunn Orris Kathryn FlUpat licK Overan Lund VOL V JAN IS 1934 No XVIII EXAMS ABB COMING Newspapers have their deadline daily but Jan 22 will be the dead line for all the students In Mason City high school and junior college For those unacquainted with the journalistic lingo11 deadline is the last possible moment for work to be in The high school students with all of their lastminute teats and other work closing the first semester are ieing kept with their noses to the grindstone duringthis period of the school year when work is per haps at ita height As lor the junior college pupils one has only to glance into a class room to see the erstwhile collegians straining their graymatter on their midsemester exams So all you students get your work in before the deadline or you may find your names on the un printed dishonor roll D K THE 1834 YEARBOOK Styles change in all walks of life liae West brought the buxom lady of the 90s back to a present day craze Cab CalloWay gave us the hideho type of singing and now the senior class will have the latest style in yearbooks Replacing the thick advertisingladen Masonian of past years the 1934 yearbook will be printed lnthe style which Be Smart Have your school clothes Cleaned and Pressed regularly Phone 788 or 789 Quill and Scroll Installation Jan 29 GAZtTTE Class B Cage Tourney Jan 2527 FOUNDED SEPTEMBER 1929 DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF MASON CITY SCHOOLS PUBLISHED BY M C H S STUDENTS JEWELL B TULL TELLS STUDENTS TO STUDY PLAYS Dramatic Work Displacing Old Declamatory Tests She Maintains Jewell Bothwell Tull novelist playwright critic short story writer and housewife gave a few minutes of her time to answer the questions of a Cub reporter after he presentation of her play The Forgotten Man Sunday Surround ed by friends congratulating her on ler success the sweet little black laired woman discussed dramatics One should prepare for a dra matic art career by reading good Dlays and attempting to put on liet er productions she said Scenes from famous dramas should be pro duced They not only give the stu dent good experience but they draw larger audiences Questioned as to the subject one should take the authoress said Get a good background of Ameri can and English literature Have a major in English with a minor in speech Mrs Tull Said that dramatic work in both the high school and tha college is displacing the old type of declamatory contest as it is more natural and interesting She considers it the duty of the col lege to keep the masterpieces of dromtic art alive because the com mercial stage la giving a lower class of entertainment However she would not have them do this at the expense of other worthwhile subjects My family Mrs Tull chuckled Two dogs and one cat Our adopted daughter has grown up and gone We have a student staving with us This Iowa author who makes one feel so at ease finds time with al of her dramatic and literary work to be Just a housewife HOLD SKATING PARTY The G A A skating party was held Wednesday eevning at Forest park creek Over twentyfive girls attended and participated In races and games of crack the whip anc tag ARE AWARDED EDITORIAL BADGES DOROTHY EVANS EUNICE ANDERSON ETHEL FINK BennieTraub Is President of H S Club Bennie Traub was elected presi dent of the American club Wednes day Jan 17 with close runnersup in the three other nominees The new officers for vicepresident sec retary and treasurer are Jean Bar clay Marjorie Hanson and Gale Snell respectively The spare time diversions of each of these new officers is as follows Bennie furthers his knowledge by the spelling of words of consider able length Jean tickles the ivories Marjorie goes in for sports Gale plays on the football and bas ketball teams The nominations were presented and approved at the last council meeting The new officers are to be installed in their respective of fices March 1 Tryouts for the Wednesday and Friday class basketball teams were held the past week Freshmen class teams played off their tournaments Friday evening Journalism Students to Enter Quill and Scroll Seven students of journalism Albert Lea high school and twelve of M C H S and one junior col lege student are on Monday eve ning Jan 29 to be initiated Into Quill and Scroll international hon orary society of high school journ alists Ethel Fink editorinchief Eunice Anderson and Dorothy Evans as sociate editors are to receive the special editorial badge Ed Wood ward Delourlse Layman Orris Her findahl Vivian Arvidson Gladys Miller Dorothy Bittner Helen Fischbeck Renetta Martin and Roslyn Brogue are to recive the Quill and Scroll badges Three seniors and nine juniors make up the local group From Albert Lea Tlie Albert Lea Initiates are Vir ginia Hill Russell Edwards Marie Bauer Alice Norton Gretchen Web ber Fevno Hoverson and Ardls Anderson They are to be accom panied by their literary adviser in journalism E R Nevvstrand and eight charter members of Quill and Scroll The A L H S paper is the Ah La Ha Sa a biweekly that has won all American honors in Na tional Scholastic Press association in Columbia Scholastic Press as sociation in Quill and Scroll and has ranked first in Minnesota High School Press association The program for the banquet to be held at the Christian church is to consist of three parts A candle light ceremony a toast program and a joint installation ceremony Th first ceremony with Dorothy Evans associate editor presiding aa toastmistress is to pay honor to the leading journalists of each state and territory In the union by the lighting of 52 candles when tributes are paid Includes Installation In the second section of the pro gram with Ethel Fink editorin chief presiding revelation as to the significance of Quill and Scroll will he made by members of the Cub staff The third ceremony with Eunice Anderson associate editor presid ing consists of the joint installation of Albert Lea and Mason City in itiates and the decoration of those students with the badge of the in ternational society REHEARSALS FOR MARIETTA BEGIN AT HIGH SCHOOL Title Role Annual Operetta Is Being Taken by Madalynne Powell The thrill of the choice of the operetta and the several elimination tryouts over the cast of Naughty Marietta has been posted and re hearsals have begun The title role is taken by Mad alynne Powell Captain Dick War rington Roger Downing Lieutenant Governor Grandet Russell Herseth Silag OHara Bill Bennett Lizette Maxine Walters Adah Jean Bar clay Sir Harry Blake Bob Haase Rudolf Donald Sobicskc Florenze Floyd Hope June Tietjens Betty Edwards Eunice Anderson Pearl Roberts anc Enola Slcram take the roles of the flower girJs Nanette Felice Fan chon Michelle and Yvonne The night watchman will be portrayed by Harold Randall the first pirate by John Shipley the Indian Tonj Magnani and Franchesa Jean Me Arthur WINNING TAB Jtunchcro Stewart White Doubleday Doran 1933 This western novel concern Pennsylvania Andys protection o a friendly tribe of Indians agains Cortilla who had slain the latte without cause his concealment b Ramon Rivera a realistically por trayed Spaniard of twentytwo an their trip to the hacienda the horn of Ramons father where thei friendship is everlastingly strength ened by Andya marriage t Ramons sister Carmel The fiesta in the hacienda is a luringly Spanish including Andy love serenades for Carmel Th reader is left with a happy feelin because the two year engagemen of the Spanish law was reduced t six months in view of Andys citi OHarrow Sopho more H S Girl Is Interviewed by Mrs Luke Mrs Lou Mallory Luke secretary f the Iowa Authors club inter iewed Koslyn Brogue on tie sub ect of her poetry for the Asso iated Press Wednesday afternoon ran 17 When Roslyn was questioned as o inspiration for her poem Chlm eys she replied While I was supposed to he Us ening to the subject of M Tullius Ciceros activities as consul I stared obliviously at the industrious Y M C A chimney Perhaps my atten jon was not model and my con tributions to the class discussion were conspicuous oy their absence ut at any rate I succeeded in fin ishing the following effusion CH1MXEVS yesterday was bright And the chimneys dared not breathe While the sooty buildings smiled Today is surly it has a leaden face Ana vents Its anger in cold spiteful drizzle Now the chimneys are atoul flaEataf Bearlng black banner Hero a tall brick obelisk Becomes a stairway for the jjobllna They rush out In rotlnfc masses Their blRCk comes crowding out Gladly swells and streams afar Balloons and whips into a whtrl Ever scattering until It sinks into a hazi Why chimneys are you blackening the sfc With fantastic brushes Think you today is not dark enough Without your help Beauty Not Bom Is of Mildred Clayton Beauty is not born it is culti vated said Miss Mildred Clayto when addressing the Hi Tri grou Monday evening Jan 15 The ef fects of various types of hair dres and rouges on individuals were dem onstrated by the beauty specialis Beauty of character and soul re fleets in the face of the individua Makeup enhances your heauly bu as yet you girls do not need it The devotions were led by Con atance Nordahl and Mary Jan Pauley read some poems on beauty Jean Barclay played two selection which she composed A Deck Party Monday Jan 22 will be the next event on boar the Hi Tri ship ii VETERAN NEGRO SINGER PREDICTS JAZZ ERA END Villiam Brown Denounces Bizarre Type of Music A prediction that the jazz era vill soon fade away and the musi cal trend will return to its former opularity in aemiclasslcal and classical numbers was made by Wll iam Brown veteran Negro singer who entertained in Mason City as a nember of the Northwest Assem 3lies Jubilee singers Monday in both the high school and Monroe As proof of his statement that the public prefers the less bizarre tpye of music Mr Brown told of the Jubilee group which although of fering only classical semiclassical or spirituals has always been well received no matter where the en tertainment was given All of the singers are university graduates Jazz Comes From Spirituals Jazz originally came from Negro spirituals and the minstrel show said Mr Brown perhaps somewhat reluctantly but there is no uplift ingquality to that type of music The Negro singer emphatically de clared that the hideho type of entertainment popularized by the Negro Cab Galloway was held in low esteem by members of the colored race The Jubilee singers only approach toward more popular tunes are such semiclassical num bers as Trees and Ah Sweet Mystery of Life Mr Brown was a close friend of the famous Negro poet Paul Law rence Dunbar and to this day pre fers his friends poetry above al others In the nineteenth century Brown became intimately acquaint ed with Mr Dunbar in Chicago Dunbar a small timid looking man praised his singingfriends talent while the singer praised the poetry written by his friend Praises Educational System Mr Brown stressed deeply the gratitude of the Negro race for the public education system Educated In the public schools of Chicago and the University of Chicago he stat ed that the chief reason for the Negro migration to the north is hunger for learning Once a messenger for Booker T Turn to Post B Column Z MANUFACTURERS AND JOBBERS OF Several Types of Service Choose the one you want Call for details Its Phone 22 Ideal American Laundry and Carbonated Beverages In Bottle9 Mason City Bottling Co Phone 83 701 S Fed Ave ACTIVITIES OF INTEREST IN MASON CITY SCHOOLS Student Special Prints and Hand Palntefl in OH Protogrnph for only RUSSELL PHOTO STUDIO Ph 2273 BarleyBeck LA GKATO CHILI CON CARNE The Ideal cold weather it NOTICE Following fa copy of Health De partment Records far the Year 1533 1 Haw Milk 23 3000 j 43 rutleiirlMil I I I Milk I 25 3000 I Cream I 24 I 5000 SCHERMERHQRN FARMS Fhnne 883 Visitors Welcome Girls Debate S for 1934 NEWLYWEDS Unvo you tried this new let Crcnm For oale at nil denlcrs In Individual slices nt Sc or you cun purchase a 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