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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - February 10, 1934, Mason City, Iowa FOUR MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTB FEBRUARY 10 1934 THE CUB GAZETTE Member of I H S S P A STAFF Ethel Fink Edltorlncblel David Kaufman Managing Editor Dorothy Evans Associate Editor Eunice dersou Afisociate EdLtor Ludls Pierce Dramatics llarjosle Hanson Dramatics Harry Schutman Junior college Phyllis Neellngs Junior Hlfili Delouriae Layman Exchange Patricia Rosa Exchange Dorothy Bittner Eichanse Vivian Arvldaoo and scroll ninetta Marlln 4 Scholastic Editor Roslyn Brogue Poetry Mildred Kerdus Tabloids David Murphy Art Pauline March Typist Helen Fischbeck Office Cat Elisabeth El craves Adviser Reporters Ted Knuason Irene Holbroolt Ruth Scott Dorthy Griffin Opal Eerleman Carmen Coglll ilarlan Itlller Marjory Cookman Martha Haddy Dorothy Martin EllzODelh coe Vietta Trcbll Virginia Follette GlaOyi Miller Veda PerKtns Koger Downing Charles Youns Edna Hutf Gale Lane Marlon Sweet Elizabeth Perry Glenn ArcetElnger Wesley Flala Defer Dunn Orris Kernndahl Kathryn Fltzpat rick Overan Lund VO1 V FEB 10 1931 NO XXH FIDAC EXPLAINED FIDAC is the one word which it is to be hoped has been explained to more than 1500 high school stu dents the past week And what is Fidac Representing the Fraternitie International des Ancienes Combattants a group of exservicemen FIDAC hag as its purpose the working out of a peace plan Probably now more than ever the possible exception of the tragic days before the world was plunged into a catastrophe In world is in urgent need of a plan establishing permanent peace throughout the world France is on the verge of a civil revolution Germany has been secretly building up its mancower to a point where it ranks with any in the despite the terms given it In the Versailles treaty and Russia Japan and China are at swordspolnts Austria anxiously watches every move of Hitler despotic German dictator and several of the smaller countries in South America have been fighting over boundary dis putes By spreading the gospel of peace throughout the world the FIDAC is planting In the minds of millions of persons an intense dislike tor war And with public opinion Continued on Pase 7 Local Solo Contest Band and Orchestra Feb 24 OAZtTTP FOUNDED SEPTEMBER 1929 DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF MASON CITY SCHOOLS Mohawks vs Charles City Feb 16 PUBLISHED BY M C H S STUDENTS 41 STUDENTS IN COMMERCE GROUP EXCEL IN TYPING Twelve Join 30Word Club Four 40Word Club and 18 Pass Theory Test Fortyone students of the Misses Gladys E Price and Myrtle Albert have excelled in shorthand and typ ing the past two weeks Twelve students joined the 30 word club four the 40word club IS passed the theory test 8 the Gregg transcription test 4 were awarded shorthand pins 8 typ ing pins 14 order of artistic typing certificates and five competent typ ist certificates Julia Paraskevas received a Gregg pencil for passing all tests in shorthand for the semester with an average of 95 Those who were outstanding and the division they excelled in are as follows 30 W01CP Ethel Buss Julia Paraskcvas Mary Cloy Levlno Di Marco Jlelen Avery Juanlta Boonstrs Juanlta Wilson Katherlnc Burke Verna Connett Esther Ervin Martha June Peterson Clay Woodhouse 40 ivonnctuu Blanche Ktchmcler Madelaln Schneider Kathryn Jtamsay Myrtle Ries Kathryn Ramsay Dorothy Dlttcer Blanche Elchmeter DorEs Wilson Evelyn Rholl Ltvlno Di Marco JOola Alten SHOHTWVND Ann Jean Fockens GREGG Ann Allos Jean Fockeris Mildred Van Every Sarah Kitsts Helen Ffschbeclt Mildred Van Every Ann Allos Mildred CopelanU Earah Kitsla Jean JfcArthur Avis McArLhnr Lois McKenzy ITarlanc Miller Katlinn Ramsay Myrtle lUea Marlsn Nehli Vietta TrebU Doris Wilson Vivian ArvLdaoti TEST Julia ParafiHevas ilaxJne Walter Jim Irvtn Iols Allen Dorothy Haymond TiTndalain Sclnaelder Stella Enydcr Helen Avery Dorothy Blttner COMPETENT TYPIST Lcviuo Dl Marco Mary Ruth Hoberts Kathrjn Burke Helen Avery ORDER OF AUTISTIC TVlISXS Ann Allos Kathryn Rama ay Helen Avery Mildred Copcland Everett Peters Jean Fockens Mary Britvcn Glenn Evera Dorothy Raymond Sarah Kitsls Levlno Dl Marco Elecne BoomUoivcr Juanlla Boonstra TIME OUT By DAVE KAUFMAN By DAVE KAUFMAN And how does it feel to coach a team to on alltime winning mark we questioned Coach Judge rimsley whose high school quintet won its tenth consecutive victory against Central high of Sioux City Friday Feb 2 Very fine indeed stated the Mohawk mentor but I fear to think of what will happen to the boys at Sioux City against East This column may we explain svas written before the Mohawks clash with East Friday night What did you think of the teams play in its prolonged winning spree we continued in our third degree Well the boys look a little bet ter reluctantly admitted the Judge but there are various faults in the quintet yet w How do I think they will go in the tournaments Well thats a tough question to answer especial ly with the sectional tournament three weeks away stated the coach However if the boys im prove a little I believe we have a chance to take the sectional meet As for the district I wont say a word about that until we get through the sectional concluded the Judge From the above conversation one would almost conclude that Coach Grimaleys Red and Black cagcrs have had quite a disastrous season But for those unacquainted with the local mentors pessimistic procrastinations let us explain that the Judge has been found in an op timistic mood about twice this sea son What is so rare as a day in June An optimistic look on the Judges countenance In case you never guessed it the chief purpose of this column is to add our congratulations to the Red and Black squad and to Coach Grimsley for their feat of winning ten straight games to set an alltime mark for future prep teams to shoot at Regardless of the outcome of the East fray we say Con gratulations Who will win in the Fidac con test locally IOWA COLLEGES AS GOOD AS ANY SAYS MR 6AGLEY Mason City Banker Gives His Views on Schools and Education By DELOURISE LAYMAN Iowa lias as fine colleges as any state In the union and they are of such high standards that there is no reason why anyone should attend a school outside the state especially if Iowa is to be the field of his en deavor stated Willis G C Bagley when queried concerning what col lege he would recommend to the June graduate When interrogated na to the business field holding the best op pportunities for the graduate of 1934 Mr Bagley replied I dislike to discourage anyone but there are many more people than jobs today Would you advise a student to enter the banking business That depends entirely on the If he displays special in terest in getting a banking posi tion I would encourage him by all means he should follow that line in which he is interested and in which he would be most happy and contented whether it is bank ing law or any other profession In the banking world what per cent of the employes are women A small percentage of bank ex ecutives are women Many are ell gaged as bookkeepers steno graphers multi graph operators etc Do you read the CubGazette Yes my family and I like to keep In touch with the activities of the pupils and teachers To the question Has journalism in your estimation played as im portant a part in school life as music and athletics the school board president replied Perhaps not as yet however I heartily ap prove of students under authorized supervision attending state and na tional journalism conventions Less than is paid 200000 teachers 45000 teachers are paid less than 5300 annually Mason City Journalists Are Invited Will Attend Spring Gathering at Albert Lea Miss Clara Beidan business ad Viseifor Ah La Ha Sa Albert Leas nationally known biweekly school newspaper and E R Newstrand literary adviser for it in a courtesy letter to charter members of Fred D Cram Quill and Scroll chapter have invited them to attend their annual spring banquet at Albert Lea The journalism advisers of Albert Lea high school having brought their newspaper to the highest rank in the nation that of PACE MAKER are now developing journ alists for the Albert Lea Tribune During the past 12 weeks 15 ad vanced journalism students in Al bert Lea have written 125 articles for the Tribune A few of the stu dents wrote 10 to 12 articles in a six weeks period The city to the north is doing what lecturers advocated at Des Moines in November when 350 high school journalists met for the an nual conclave of the Iowa High School Press association Dramatic Club of Lincoln Elects New Officers for Semester The Dramatic club of Lincoln school has elected officers for the second semester They are as fol lows President Eileene Payne vice president Charles Knouse sec retary Grace Ann Chenoweth sec geantatarms Helen Stoecker The club is now working on a play entitled George Washingtons Wedding to be given in honor of George Washington on Feb 22 The local music contest Feb 24 decides what musicians represent M C H S in the subdistrict con test Will the Charles City Comets de feat the Mohawks Feb 16 REHEARSALS ON FOR MARIETTA AT HIGH SCHOOL Miss Smith Attempting to Show Eighteenth Century Ideas Five oclock and a fine clear morning or rather evening with the full rehearsals of Naughty Marietta In session Miss Ellen Smith ably assisted by Miss Helen T Bailey tins tried to show the vocal students how it should be done way down south in the early eightenth century If the distinguished Englishman Sir Harry Blake Bob Haase comes strolling out of the school building that is no sign the operetta practice is over Industrious Italian Hudolpho Don Sobieske ees ze keeper of ze marionette theater and the proud father of Rafaello a most industrious Italian Bill Bennett spreads terror among the cast with those bloody pirate tales A large supoprting cast is made up of several choruses Betty Edwards Enola Shram June Tletjens Pearl Roberts Eunice Anderson Zona Bell Mabel Leake Margaret Larson Darleen William son and Adelia Woodward as flower girls open the first act The street sweepers who clear the way for the casquette girls are Nathan Melqtt Robert Hampton Carlton Mall Ed Duke MelvinFerr Jan Eberts Clarence Rush and John Shire Are Blighty Warriors The mighty warriors Captain Duck3 men are Dick Holman Charles Chenoweth Bernard Rose Max Amos Walter FJtzpatrJck Charles Young Dick Grupp Em mett Lynch Otto Toppenberg and Pete Farmakis The casquette girls who came from France with their small pos sessions to be wed to the young men of New Orleans are Lola Allen Babe Kropman Helen Fischbeck Betty Anno Webster Mildred Hines Virginia Braby Arlene Hart Irene Netzel Imogens Morris and Mary Jane Hill Jean Swift Is playing for the operetta Be Smart Have yoar school clothes CleJaned and Pressed regularly Phone 788 or 789 Several Types of Service choose the one you want Call for details Its Phono 22 Ideal American Laundry MANUFACTURERS AND JOBBERS OF and Carbonated Beverages In Bottles Mason City Bottling Co Ihone 85 701 S Fed Ave Student Special Frints and Hand Painted in Oil Protograph for only RUSSELL PHOTO STUDIO Ill 3372 BagleyBeck Deckers LA GRATO CHILI CON CARNE The ideal cold weather it NOTICE Following Is cnpy of Health Jleeotds for Ibe Tear 1033 II S5 Raw Milk I 13 I 0000 1 43 I 23 3000 1 Crcsm I H I I SCHERMERHORN FARMS Phone 088 Visitors Welcome Feb22 Orleans Act The Place DArmes a public square near the seashore surrounded by market booths at five oclock in the morning Act The Marionette Theater on the Rue Carondolet proprieted by Rudolpho an Italian Act The ballroom of the Juenese Forie club LINCOLN BIRTHDAY SPECIALS INDIVIDUAL HeitdFlagLog THE CREAM SUPREME Lemon Custard ICE CREAM Qt 30c Pt 15c BIRDSALL ICE CREAM CO 518 North Federal THE OFFICE CAT BACKS THE FIDAC To some Fidac means two or three hours of diligent research and then the writing of an essay of 1000 words or more To others Fldac means five or ten minutes spent in an attempt to think of an excuses for not writ ing an essay on Fldac To still others Fldac means nothing A senior an honor student asked an Instructor who Fidac was and what he had done Can you imagine that instructors surprise that the super student didnt know when the project had been an nounced two weeks earlier For those who failed to read the Cub two weeks ago I wish to in form you that Fidac means 8000 000 World war veterans who desire to spread the gospel of WORLD PEACE Furthermore 1 belive local Fidac members wanted every M C H S to at least learn the meaning and purpose of Fidac Intramural Basketball Finals Prove Exciting The girls Intramural basketball finals were played off last week in one of the fastest and most excit ing games that has ever been seen in girls athlatlce The second period class of Tues day and Thursday broke the jinx by a 22 to 18 victory over the senior class in an overtime period The seniors led by two points in the last minute of play when the juniors sank a goal to tie the score as the whistle blew for the end of the game The juniors came back In the overtime period to rally in six points to defeat the seniors The fourth period class of Wed nesday and Friday entered the finals to be nosed out by a 24 to 15 defeat by the second period class The championship team la com posed of the following girls Lenys Cottrell Margaret Hubacher Ruby Thomas Gcraldlne Ashlock Vietta TrebU Henrietta Foltus Martha Hady lona Williams and Evelyn Burtis The second teams will play their tournament Friday night after school 85000 teachers are receiving an nually leas than ESSAYS ENTERED IN FIDAC PEACE CONTEST AT H S Competitition Sponsored by Legion Auxiliary in This Community Twentyone essays bearing the title Peace with Security were turned over Friday morning to Mrs David Cast chairman of the Fldac essay contest in Mason City Of the 21 essays one was entered by Walter Sweet a freshman nine by sophomores Helen Hamilton Homer Hockenberry Lois Hill Marlon OHarow Marjorie Kellar Gwendolyn Bell Erna Kendall Bet ty Edwards and Doris Meeker eight by juniors Fern Ewers Lenys Cottrell Evelyn Day Vivian Arvid son Dorothy Evans Eunice Ander son Orris Hedfindahl and Dorothy Bittner and three by seniors De lourise Layman Edward Woodward and George Tice Only two of the nine Instructors in English have had their students enter the contest In order to choose the best essays the students exchanged papers and read each others The best ones were then nominated and those were read aloud for a final vote Through the cooperation of Hoy Johnon local comamnder of the American Legion and Miss Lydia Barrette and her staff at the pub lic library research work was aided Two boys Bob Servison a fresh man and Harry Corby a junior de erve much credit for finding two excellent magazine articles In The American Legion for May 1930 and August 1932 The womans auxiliary of the American Legion ia sponsoring this contest to promote the idealism of world peace In the minds of high school students Through the re search the students acquaint them selves with Fidac the great in ternational organization of veter ans societies of ten of the allied countries in the World war ACTIVITIES OF INTEREST IN MASON CITY SCHOOLS Dont Forget to Send Your BEST GIRL FLOWERS FOR VALENTINES DAY HEALTH BUILDING Growing children should drink a quart of milk a day to insure the perfect formation of the limbs and a strong robust body No diet is complete without milk and no milk is so rich in vitamins and minerals as that of HERMANSON BROS in back pay is due 40000 teachers Klwanians plan to banquet super honor and honor students this spring at Hotel Banford j DEMAND DAIRY MAID Your Best Guarantee of PURITY Dairy Maid milk is bottled under the most rigid sani tary conditions PHONE C8fi Cast of JSAUGHTY MARIETTA Feb 22 Captain Dick WarringtonRoger Downing Lieutenant Governor GrandetDon Kvinz Btlenne GrandetRussell Hersetli Sir Harry BlakeBob Haase Silas OHaraHill Bennett RudolphoDon Sobieske FlorenzeFloyd Hope Jr Marietta 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