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   Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - March 4, 1965, Mason City, Iowa                                I Prattle trap I Council proposes new fund MIKE COLLINS Since the annual magazin sales campaign to raise mone for the JuniorSenior Prom anc the Senior Banquet is schedulcc for April 212 a few words abou what happens to the money raised seems appropriate For the last few years Ma son City High School has made an average profit of about 500 Each year the prom am the banquet cost about Drawing on ones mathcmatica training one perceives tha each year there is a excess Where does this money go In the past it has been put into the activity fund set up by the school board lo help finance projects deemed educational b the administration At the last Student Counci meeting the possibilityo establishing a student scholar ship fund with the excess monej was discussed The point was made that if the students carncc the money they should have some say in how it is spent The point was well taken However there arc two things hat one would do well to con sider in regard to a fund First no one is being out of the money he earns in the magazine sales the activ ities fund is for all students Secondly would more prob lems be created by the scholar ship fund than the good it woulr do This writer is all for a fund hut he hopes for careful study of the problems involved before any action is taken A LA LALA Lala Rakoto mahaly Mason City High Schools foreign exchange stu dent from Madagascar has been and will be a busy young lady In the two months that Lala has been speaking to various community groups she has talked 18 times She has 16 up coming engagements with 31 of them coming in one week in March Groups she addresses range from study groups to Scout troops girl and lo sen ice clubs Lalas propensity to palaver and her inimitable charm have endeared her In all of the high school students and now lo the community Anyone with the opportunity lo hear Lala speak would find it well worth his while to do so ON LAST LEG Seniors dont let this years spring fever overwhelm you now that spring is near Pour on steam the last 72day leg of your educa tional race Club to honor football team Football team members will be guests at the Pep Clubs an nual banquet April 0 The event will be at 6 pm in the lianford Hotel Last year the basketball team was honored The possibility of giving a gift such as an Indian mascot or a permanent sign to the was discussed at the last meeting A list of nominations for next years officers will bo presented t the next meeting Senior boy has paper published Tom Reed a senior has had his paper Energy States TOM REED Boron i examiner of B12 and B13 published in Reports of Investigations Completed by Summer Sci ence Training Program Par ticipants The volume represents the results of the research effort of 30 participants in a Sum mer Science Program for High Ability Secondary Stu dents last summer Working in the nuclear physics area Reed examined boron isotopes with a Van de Graaff accelerator at the Uni versity of Iowa A boron isotope is an atom that has the same chemical propertiesas boron but a dif ferent weight because of the number of neutrons in the nucleus Reed found some properties of boron that had not been discovered The program supported by a grant from the National Sci ence Foundation was carried out in Iowa City The core oE the program was daytoday work in the re search laboratories of sci entists and engineers In addition lo laboratory work the participants spent four hours weekly in a formal class where the meaning of science as well as he princi ples associated with scientific writings was stressed The participants also learned about the oral report associated with scientific meetings These sessions served as a basis for a symposium at the end of the nine weeks as well as the reports in the volume Participants also attended research seminars and went on field trips to places outside the university CUB GAZETTE PUBLISHED BY MASON CITY IOWA HIGH SCHOOL FOR STUDENTS AND COMMUNITY Editor Karfn Harllun Vol 85 Thursday March 4 IWij No 2 Kdllor April Harden 18 seniors accepted by schools Eighteen seniors have notified he Counseling Cenler of their acceptances by colleges trade and technical schools or nurs ng schools The students and schools are State University of Iowa Iowa City Bclh Brayton Karen Morris and Belty Morton Iowa State Universily Ames Margaret Peterson Han son and Tom Reed State Col cge of Iowa Cedar Falls inda Pccierson Gale Institute Minneapolis Merfcld Luther Col ege Dccorah Tom Fremgord ind James McCoid Northwest ern Hospital School of Nursing Uinncapolis Lanita Williams Jreighlon University Omaha ilichard G u t h r i e Guslavus Adophus College SI Peter Minn CJretclien Eastling University of Minnesota Min Johnson Wart nirg College Wavcrly David Withers and Stephen Wolken laucr Kahlcr School of Nnrs ng Rochester Cheryl Tryt tcn ami St Olaf College North icld Minn John Christopher on M ClubFaculty to play March 23 The annual M Clubfaculty jasketball game has been set for March 23 in the high school gym The M Club has only won once in 14 years ALLAN GARY DAUN 4 new students enrolled Four new students have entered Mason City High School They are Daun Blakesley a senior Allan Jahnke and Gary Rush juniors and Tom Nehrling a sophomore Daun from Pocahontas paints in her spare time She also is interested in dramatics Last year she went on a 10day trip to Washington DC and New York City with the Meth odist Youth Fellowship ADan comes from Corwilh He enjoys football track and camping Gary from Nora Springs played on the Nora Springs football team He also enjoys track and wrestling Tom from North DCS Moines High School is active in the Explorer Scouts He has joined the Explorer post here and will attend a national scout camp at Philmont NM this summer 2 girls attend council parley Jan Morgan a senior and Joanne Goldstein a junior have attended the North Central Dis trict Student Council cabinet meeting in the Algona High School The cabinet planned the an nual district meeting to be held April 20 at Algona Jan is the district treasurer and Joanne is the district repre sentativc to the state cabinet Mohawks St Ansgar to meet in district final Lets have a victory like last vcars will be the theme of a cp assembly Friday afternoon is the Mohawks prepare to play he St Ansgar Saints at m at Roosevelt Ficldhouse This will be the second year n a row that the Mohawks and saints will have met in the inals of district play Last year Ted Beschs Saints through the season and he first two rounds of tourna ment play with a impressive 20 record In the district final the Mohawks defeated the Saints 057 uuauu u u This year St Ansgar has a 136 record In the first round of the district tournament the Saints defeated Mason City Newman 7564 They beat Stacy villc Visitation 7562 Tuesday The Mohawks entered the finals by beating the Greene Ramblers 5912 Steve Harpster a senior led the Mohawks scor ing with 1G points The win was the Mohawks third straight and ended a 13game victory streak of the Ramblers The district winner will play Waukon in the Waterloo Audi torium at 7 pm Saturday Waukon defeated Crestwood of Crcsco 85GG in its district final TO GIVE SERMON The Rev Duane Schrocdcr pastor of St Pauls Lutheran Church will deliver the Sermon to the Graduates June 6 in Roose velt Ficldhouse He w a s chosen by the senior class 750 fo see play About 150 students will sec Richard HI a Shakespear ean play in the Tyrone Guthrie Theatre at Minneapolis May 8 YOU ARE INVITED TO SEE AND HEAR Roy Haven OF RADIO STATION K R I B BROADCAST The Top 40 Show7 From Our Store Saturday Afternoon to PM FREE RECORDS FREE THEATER TICKETS FREE PEPSI MOUNTAIN DEW FREE MERCHANDISE PRIZES ITS DEGEN FOR FINE WOOD FLOORS Free estimate No obligation Call DEGEN 4241319 City WE DO ALL KINDS OF MACHINE WORK ALL WORK GUARANTEED Thomas Machine Co FUNERAL CHAPELS lames Chapel Murphy Chanel Mason City la Rockwell Ja Band selling records made at Moorhead Records of the symphonic band will be available in four weeks Approximately 300 stereo and 33 rpm hifi records at each have been ordered Students may purchase the from band members The record was made at the Northwest Band Clinic in Moor head Minn Feb 6 Seven of he 13 selections the band played in the concert will be on the record Carl Doc Scverinson trum pet star of the NBC television Tonight Show is soloist in Ballad for Trumpet by Rich ard Mallby Carnival of Venice by Del Slaigers and Dialogue for Trumpet and Band by John Krance The other selections on the record include The Marriage of Figaro by Mozart La Boutique Fanlasque by Hos siniRespighi America the Jeautiful by Samuel Augustus Ward National Emblem by Bagley and Symphonic Fan by Krance 4 to participate in song festival at Cedar Falls Four seniors will participate in the Tall Corn Music Festival Saturday at the State College of Iowa Cedar Falls They arc Lynn Johnson Mar lyn Hitzhuscn Stephen Wolken laucr and James Bosvcld They will be members of a choir directed by Dr Archie N Tones clean of the conservatory of music at the University of Missouri Kansas City The group will give a concert at pm FRENCH CLASS HAS HOOTENANNY The French classroom be ame a haven for folk singers luring a third period Deborah Dresser and Keith Sharp seniors strummed their guitars while the class sang amiliar French songs CARNATION COMPANY QUALITY DAIRY PRODUCTS Sny It With a Gift Of FLOWERS Every woman Joves lo receive a corsage plant or bouquet on her day Surprise her very soonl Prettiest Flowers Come From KIEFER FLORAL Second SW Mason Block Olive end Tan THEfcHUB 923 4th Street SW 4243M1 MODERNIZE Your EQUIPMENT Office Personnel Are More Efficient With Modern UpToDate Office Equipment Check Our Large Selection of DESKS CHAIRS FILING CABINETS Everylhing You Need Let Our Office Layout and Design Department Help You PRINTING OFFICE SUPPLY CO Dial 4233210 15 South Delaware TED REISDORFER Reisdorfer gets years study grant Ttd Reisdorfer mathematics instructor has received a Na ional Science Foundation grant LO attend the State College of towa Cedar Falls during the 19G5G6 school year He will study modern trends and materials of mathematics and work toward a masters Icgrcc The grant will cover tuition and hooks transportation living xrienses and a dependency stipend Reisdorfer also was offered a similar grant to attend the Uni versity of Georgia at Athens Last summer ho attended a National Science Foundation In stitute in mathematics at Aitgti stana College Sioux Falls SD A graduate of Mankalo State College Reisdorfer came here n 1962 from Buildfield Minn Miss Forster shows slides to students Frances Forster transported ler French classes from the cold weather of Iowa to the warm climate of the Mediter ranean with color slides she ook in Europe From Nice with its flower markets and old narrow streets crowded with shops and offices the classes traveled to Monaco Here students viewed the palace of Prince Rainier anc his wife Princess Grace the former movie actress Grace Kelly The class then drove down the Napoleonic Highway the route which Napoleon took 6n returning to Paris After enter ing Paris the classes went directly to Montmartre the nil of the martyrs on which the SacreCoeur the Church of the Sacred Heart is located Patzwald to attend meeting Friday VicePrincipal John Patzwald Mil attend the second annual meeting of the Iowa VicePrin cipals Assn Friday in the Hotel Kirkwood at Des Moines Stu dent dress the lunch hour and student activities will he sub jects for group discussions Gary Raizes a senior has been selected lo present a paper at the lowaUS Army Science Symposium April 13 at the Uni versity of Iowa Iowa City His paper is A Study of the Effects of Obeliscoicles Cuniculi on the RabhH Raizes is one of five students from Iowa and Illinois chosen to present a paper Students whose papers judged outstanding will receive a free trip to a national sym posium at the US Military Academy West Point NY April 29May 1 The Obcliscoidcs cuniculi is a parasitic nematodc a round nonscgmcnted worm which lives in or on another organism The purpose of the experiment was to determine the general iffocts of the Obeliscoicles cuni uli on rabbits so that his re earch could bo transferred to atlle and sheep Raizes ex plained The experiment also deter mined whether the sixe of the larvae immature form of the worm influenced the adult nomatode population in the See You In The Springl PRESHRUNK AMERICAS FINEST JEANS Since 1850 LEVIS are the jeans that fit right feel right look right in class and out And theyre preshrunk to stay that way washing after washing Buy your exacf Sixes 27 to 38 WHEN YOU BUILD Youll pay for what you get but will you get what you pay for If price it your guide you may not It pays to know your builder careful in his selection After all ht It building tha functional structure for you for years to come It is important that it be well Reputation and knowhew are important factors here HENKEL Construction Co MASONCITY IOWA St SI DIAL 4235674 Mens Dept Street Floor Raizes to read paper at science symposium stomach of the rabbit with re spect to worm size egg produc GARY RAIZES tion percentage of maturation and sex ratio Raixes added Another worm of the same family as the Obeliscoicles cuni 2 juniors to go to state parley of homemakers Two juniors will attend the state convention of the Future ionicmakers of America FHA in DCS Moines Friday and Saturday Beth Coon and Sharon Kassar will talk with other Future Homemakers about their schools clubs and bring back ideas for the possible forma tion of a local FHA club Cecelia Fye clothing instruc tor will accompany the girls to Des Moines A meeting for prospective members will be held at pm Wednesday in Room 113 Beth and Sharon will tell about the convention activities If the club is organized mem bership will be open to any girl who has completed or is in a homemaking class Junior high courses are included New course in German to be offered Sprechen sic Dcutsch Next year students will be able to answer Ja to this question Freshmen sophomores and juniors may sign up for a new course in German Within three years the school hopes to expand the program to include German II and III said Principal Rus sell Clarke There have been requests to have German for several years he added Originally it was planned to begin the course in the new high school Salmc E Lang now teaching at Roosevelt Elementary School and at Mason City Junior Col lege will be the German instruc tor Another teacher will be hired when German II is added If the enrollment requires two teachers next year instructors now on the high school staff who are qualified to teach German will be considered said Clarke Because German is used ex tensively in science research has shown that Mason City High School students going into sci entific fields were at a disad vantage in college courses be cause German was not pre viously offered Clarke added Latin French and Spanish are languages now being of fered in Mason City High School inherit the Wind to be presented April 89 fnherit the Wind a dra malizalion of one of the mos important legal battles of this century has been chosen as the spring play It will be presented April 89 in the auditorium Inherit the Wind has been called one of the greatest plays of our time said director Cari Albert This will be Alberts first play here He succeeded R W Ha use man as play director in January The play fictionizes the trial in 1025 of John Scopes who was arrested for teaching the theory of evolution in a Tennessee school The trial brought about the Be An AIRLINE HOSTESS j S t e w r d e s s shortage Because of expanded serv Ice and h I IT H stewardess mar riage rale ir lines step up re cruit m r n I prn N e w IS hoolc tells about benefits and T opporl u n i t i e s I here Is fm nd excitement in a atewardes whether a girl is inter ested in a jet are career nr jul a few years work before marriage Cnm pare requirements of 10 airlines How Fnr ynur i r Hostess Career ins introductory price to AEKO PUBLICATIONS Box SIS Dept Arc Shiwnee Mission Kan N E Jlorno Dial 4232372 GET RIAL AMOK YOUR THIRST AWAY clash between Clarence Darrnw for the defense and William Jen nings Bryan for the prosecu tion The play will feature one of the largest casts 35 to 40 persons ever presented on the high school stage The cast will be announced next week cull infcdts cattle and sheep Raixes pointed out It causes gastric hemorrhaging and severe loss of weight California cattlemen and ranchers have suffered extensive losses be cause of the parasite If the Oheliscoides cuniculi produces the same effects on rabbits as the other worm pro duces on cattle the rabbit1 could be used to test preventive drugs which could be used on cattle Raizes chose rabbit be cause it required less foodtook up less space cost less and was generally easier to care for than cattle He concluded from hisex periment that the hostparasite relationship existing between a rabbit and Obeliscoides ami culi is similar enough to tri chostrongyle infections of sheep and cattle to justify tensive efforts to develop itas laboratory model Raizes conducted the experi ment last summer while attend ing a National Science Founda tion institute at the University of California Davis 40 candidates on track squad 7 lettermen Seven lettermen are among Mohawk track team can didates training indoors They are Dick Kellar Dwight Martin Skip Gooch and Rich Edwards sprinters Doug Worn son pole vaultcr and Doug Garden and Bob Char li e Cahalan middledistancerun ners All are seniors except Cahalan He is a junior Ted Kjaer world history in structor is coach Bill Moores assistant He replaces Herb Thompson now at Moliae 111 The teams first meet an in door dual will be March 22 at Cedar Falls Hot lunch menus For all school MONDAY Baked beans and franks inlad cnrnbrcad and butler with cherry Inppiiir milk TUESDAY Hot beefburger In buttered bun catsup nr mustard candled tweri pntalncs Waldnrf rail cup blnndd hnnvnic milk WEDNESDAY Chill and crackers carrot rclery sticks schnnlmade cinnamon mil applesauce milk THURSDAY Creamed turkey nn masher pn tatne buttered sandwich peach crisp milk FRIDAY Timasalad sandwich cheese and nlive kahnhs buttered creen fruit gelatin frosted chocolate milk Royal Crown Cola MLFQUARTS p artu ertec from Formalities choose from our exciting New Selection of Spring Formals and Party Dresses Youll like our Policy of only one style lo each school NE Boston The Store For Young Men Always First With The Newest Stcie AMPUS BLAZERS CARDIGANS HERRINGBONES from 19 98 TAPERED SLACKS ro Match from SC90 5 r i   

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