Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 21, 1967 · Page 7
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Hardy-Walker wedding Lorna Jean Walker, daughter of the Russel Walker*, ahd Steven M. Hardy, son of Mrs. Josephine Hardy, were iriarried at the First Presbyterian church here Sept. 8th with the Rev. Walter Mow officiating. . Organist was Mrs. Richard . Mawdsley and soloist was Mrs. James Dodds. Ushers were Richard Lundquist, Alan Walker, Murl Walker and Tom Claude. \Linda Parsons was'maid of honor and bridesmaids were Gayle Phillips, Jane Raney and Vicki Potter. Best-man was Rod Ricklefs, and groomsmen were Robert Hardy, David Keller and Dennis Miller. Michelle Walker was flower girl and Michael Walker was ring bearer. , ". V She is a graduate of the Algona high school and attended Mankato State college. He also attended Mankato State last year and is in college at Rochester, Minn., where they will live at 1706 First St N. W. , A reception was held with hosts the Harley Troutmans and , Claude Ruarks. Mrs. Sherwood Potter, Emmetsburg, and Mrs. Alan Walker, Algona t cut the cake. Mrs. Dick Lundquist, Rochester, Minn., poured coffee. Qrmsifc ritts for Swti baby Swaa City — Graveside rites were held Monday at the Harrison Township cemetery here for Michael Garrison, stillborn son of Mr and Mrs. Gordon;Garrison of Swea City. The baby was born Saturday at Holy Family hospital at Estherville. A Ledyard youth, 21-year- old Ronald L. Jofgenson, died in a Rochester, Minn, hospital about 6:30 p.m. Saturday, a tittle over 24 hours after he sustained severe head injuries in a one-car crash three mites north of Bancorft Friday afternoon. He was taken to St. Ann hospital and then transferred to Rochester the same day. He was operating a 1965 Volkswagen station wagon and lost control when he at' tempted to pass another car, He lost control and the machine rolled over a number of times. Patrolman Charles Bird was called to the scene to investigate. FUNERAL SERVICES were held Wednesday afternoon at the Bethany Evangelical and Reformed church at Ledyard. Rev. Victor Vriesen officiated and burial was in the Highland Home cemetery at Ledyard, Garry's of Bancroft was in charge of arrangements. Ronald was born July 1, 1946 at Buffalo Center, son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Jorgen- sdn. Mrs. Jorgenson is the Advance news correspondent in the Ledyard area. He attended school at bed- yard and then served in the Navy on Guam. He did a great deal of Boy Scout work and was active in that work at Guam. , Survivors include his parents; brothers Darwin, Seattle, Wash.; Lyle, Eldon and Dale, at home ;and his maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hans, Swea City. WIBBEN REUNION -'Sixty-four descendants of Klaus Wibben held a family reunion Sunday, Sept. 17, at the state park shelter house. Those attending were from Whittemore, Burt, Britt, Livermore, Humboldt, Eagle Grove, Titonka, Algona, Illinois and Minnesota. DATE CENTENNIAL The Algona Masonic Lodge is j making plans for an observance of its centennial in Algona. A tiled meeting with a banquet is dated for Nov. 2. St. Joe folkt leave for colleges St. JM — Young people attending college are Joseph Becker, son of the Joseph Beckers and David Smith, son of the Clarence Smiths, arc both enrolled in the Eagle Grove Junior College as fresh* man. , Connie Bormann and Corrine Bormann, daughters of the Clarence Bormanns. are enrolled as freshman' with Conine al St. Theresa's college at Winona, Minn, and Connie at the Quincy, 111., college. Norman Borman, son of the John Bormanns and Duane Friders, son of the Martin Friderses are freshman at Loras College, Dubuque. Ray Erpelding,son of the Francis Erpeldings is a junior at Loras College, Dubuque, Jeanne Kayser, daughter of the Herbert Kaysers is a freshman at Creighton University, Omaha. Kathleen Plathe, and Kristine Plathe, daughters of the Milford Plathes have left with Kristine, a junior at Clarke College, Dubuque, end Kathleen, a freshman at St, Catherines in St. Paul, Minn. William Reding, son of the Frank Hedings, is enrolled at .Ames, Rosalee Illg, daughter of Mrs. Rosalia Illg and Norman Klein, son of the Alvin Kleins are also at Ames. iRantiy Kollasoh, son of the E. J. KoUaschee, Phil Bormann, son of the Clarence ifiormanns and Charles Becker, son of the Peter Beckers are students at Benedicts Col- .lego, Aitohinson, Kan. Virgil Wagner, son of Mrs. Adeline Wagner, attends the university at Iowa City. •Carol Fredlinger, daughter of the Walter FreUingers is in 1 nurses training at St. Anthony's hospital in Carroll. MSary Dig, daughter of the Herman Iligs, enrolled at the University at Cedar Falls. Thomas WagHef, son of the Sylvester Wagners is at Junior college, fcstherViUe. Jean Marie Thul, and Emily Thul, daughters oi the Eugene Thuls have left with Jean Marie at Briar Cliff college, Sioux City, and Emily at Iowa Central Community college, Fort Dodge. Ruth Hofer, daughter of the Mike Hofers is at LaJames Beauty School in Mason City. Paula Thilges, daughter of the Albert Thilges is at Oar- roll at St. Anthony's hospital school of nursing. Joan Kohlhaas, daughter of the Arthur Kohlhaases is at St. Theresa's college, Winona, Minn. "Recipe . Round-Up in the Court cook book will again be available with a new order being printed. Mrs. Leonard McGuirc was appointed treasurer replacing Mrs. Mark Thilges who moved to West Bend. Mrs. Paul Erpelding gave a report on the Past Grand Regents Day at Carroll June 25 with Mrs. Marvin Reding, Mrs. Raymond Kohlha*, Mrs. N. J. Weydeft and Mrs. Paul Erpelding attending. The annual Sisters shower and get acquainted evening was held Monday Mrs. E. M. Gales, Court Lecturer gave a reading on "What are saints made of". Lunch was served followed by a social hour and cards. Mrs. Wilfred Kohlhaas received the plate prize with Mrs. Albert Thilges and Mrs. John Thul receiving the prizes in cards. 'Donald Erpelding showed the reserve Angus champion beef at the Clay county fair in Spencer last week. Donald is the son of the Francis Er- peldings and a freshman at Garrigan high school. 4-H CLUBS (lew) . I !fvihflt»ri trvingtori Ideals met in the St. 'Benedict school. It was decided to make disMowels and pothofders. They wilt also sell Christmas cards. Members worked on record books. Kathy Bernhard gave a talk. The Jenkinson girls were hostesses. Reporter is Kathy Bernhard. Prairie Futur* Prairie Future Farmers 4-H club met Sept, 11 with Gerald Askeland, presiding and Steve Felt was host. Officers were elected. President, Robert Bernhard; vice, Peter Niod- zielski; sec., Gerald treas., tkrtie Widefii Md'rk Studer, photdgrapKer, David Berfthaird; asst, Leaflet, David FroehliOh. Three neMr members afe Mike MulliflS, Vicki Helleseth, arid 06rt Felt Jr. Winning faif ribbons were Dan Bemhdfd, Bob Bernhard, James Fett, Steve Froelich, Mark Fett, SteVe Fett, Terry Froelich, Kermit Helteseth, Gary Jenkinson, Bill Mayor, Connie Merriam, Tom Merriam, Mary Rae Mcr- riam, Colleen Niedzielski, Joe Niedzielski, Peter Niedzielski. Showmanship; Mark Mark Studer and Doug Widen. Profile In Perfection ' //?//?-<y- Work in comfort whereuer you are, the TULOMA LP-GAS WAY... Fal values in versatile space heaters by DEAN'S • WATCHES • WATCH REPAIR • GIFTS This winter warm your home workshop . . . farm workshop . . . spare room in your house . . . milking parlor . . . farrowing house, with versatile space heaters operated by dependable, clean TULOMA LP- Gas. Suspended from the ceiling, hanging on the wall, sitting on the floor, mounted on wheels, you take heat and put it where you want it. Always economical, LP-Gas space heaters are even more so now, during TULOMA's fall parade of home heating values. See name brand LP-Gas space heaters at your TULOMA showroom. Save now . . . and work in warm comfort this winter. (TULOMA) TULOMA GAS PRODUCTS COMPANY IRVINGTON, IOWA Tuloma QH Product* Company, Morion, Illinois • Your supplier of dtp«nd_bl_ LP-Qaa. M-.OII,.'- i*I i' FINANCIAL STATEMENT : GARRIGAN HIGH SCHOOL V'V r -, v vAljpana, Iowa • •-,. "Rav. C. H. Frladmann, Sup«rint«nd«nt •CARD OF EDUCATION Msgr. P. R Gearen, St. Cecelia Parish, Algona Walter Bradley, St. Cecelia Parish, Algona Delmar Reding* St. Cecelia Parish, Algona Rev. J. J. Hyland, St. Michael Parish, Whittemore Lawrence Besch, St. Michael Parish, Whittemore Rev. Nicholas Ruba, St. Benedict Parish, St. Benedict Marvin Eischen, St. Benedict Parish, St. Benedict Rev. Leo Schumacher, St. Joseph Parish, St. Joe Peter Becker. St. Joseph Parish, St. Joe Rev. William Phillips, St. Joseph Parish, Wesley Clare Wingert, St. Joseph Parish, Wesley MEMBER OF NORTH CENTRAL ASSOCIATION Of COLLEGES AND SECONDARY SCHOOLS. WHY A CATHOLIC SCHOOL? Christian'education takes in the whole of human life, physical and spiritual; intellectual and moral; individual, domestic, and social; not with a view of ; lowering it in any way, but in order to elevate, regulate, and perfect it, in accordance with the example and teaching of Christ. Hence the true Christian, product of Christian education, is the supernatural man who thinks/judges, and acts constantly ahd consistently in accordance with right reason enlightened by the supernatural light of the example and teaching of Christ, in other words ... the true and finished roan of character; (Pius XI, On the Christian Education of Youth.) ' ;; Our goal, our reason for existing is to develop well-educated religious people. Striving to accomplish a religious atmosphere and sound pedagogy we require our faculty ta meet state requirements of certification as well as dedication to God and country. We strive to show our students-the relationship between the student and his peers, and between the student and his God, We' feel we must develop good citizens — of our community, ofjo^a. of the United States, of this world, as well as the world after death. CURRICULUM Ninth Grade — Required courses: Christian Citizenship, English I, Algebra I or General Math, .Aesthetics, Physical Education. Electives: Latin I, Spanish I, French I, Earth Science, World Geography, Art I, Band, Cborui, Driver Education.. Tenth Grade — Required courses: Christian World History, English II, Biology, Physical Education, Electives: Latin I, II, Spanish I, II, French I, II, Geometry, Modern Problems, Art I, n, Debate, Foods, Technical Drawing, Personal Bookkeeping, Personal Typing, Typing I, Advanced Speech, Band, Chorus, Driver Education, and Consumer Economics. Eleventh Grade -^Required courses: Christian Western Civilization, English HI, American History, Physical Education. Electives: Latin I, II, IH, Spanish I, I), French I, II, Advanced Algebra, Chemistry, Journalism, Ait I, II, HI, Shorthand, Typing I, Debate, Foods, Clothing, Technical Drawing, Bookkeeping, Industrial Arts, Business Math, Speech, Band, Chorus, and Consumer Economics. Twelfth Grade — Required Courses: Christian Sociology, English IV, Am. Gov't.-Economics, Physical Education, Electives: Latin II, III, IV,, Spanish ifc French n, Mathematical Analysis, Physics, Chemistry, Physical Scienet, A4va»c«4 Biolo^, Art, J, it; uj; jy, Business Math, Typing I Debate, Shorthand, Secretarial Practice, Bookkeeping, Theory of AsmnUn*, Industrial Arts, Foods, Clothing, Homeraa! Speech, Baud, Chorus, and Consumer Economics. THE STAFF The teachers of Garrigan consist of four priests of the Diocese of Sioux City, nine Sisters of the Presentation of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Dubuque, Iowa; four Sisters of St. Francis of the Holy Family, Dubuque, Iowa; two Sisters of St. Francis of Assist, Milwaukee, Wisconsin; one Sister of Humility, Ottumwa, Iowa, and eight laymen and women. Of these teachers 45% have master degrees. INCOME —July 1, IMtJuly 1, 1967 Balance on Hand July 1,19(36 1 $ 579.72 Parish Operation —-... $ 93,434.07 Parish Operation for 1966-1967 school year $91,000.00 Parish Operation for 1965-1966 paid in 1966-1967 — i $ 2,434.07 Student Fees and Tuition 22,010.43 Booster Club __L—:—_ J 6,251.75 Athletic Contest'Receipts _: _ 8,546.48 Property Rentals ^— 2,911.75 Fine Arts Department 2,358.93 Student Activities _•__, 8,700.26 Carnival ^_—— !_._ , 5,909.93 Student Store _ , - __ r ___ 2,290.40 St Ann Hospital ______—,,.___ 600.00 Insurance Receipts ... __ 347.65 Extraordinary Income 3,215.53 Donations ____,.-_„_______ ____ 2,526.85 Concessions — 1,050.33 Miscellaneous : --_-— 1,859.66 TOTAL INCOME for 1966-1967 school year $162,593.74 Less Total Expenditures for 1966-1967 school year $162,226.69 THE STUDENT BODY The students of Garrigan come from seven different parishes. The majority are graduates of one of the elementary schools operated by the surrounding parishes. Because of the diversity of backgrounds, three aptitude tests are administered to all incoming freshmen. A coordinating meeting is also held with the teachers from the elementary schools to assist the counselors in advising the students in the selection of courses and in planning their future. EXPENDITURES — July 1, 1966-July 1, 1967 $ 68,609.90 $ $ $ 10,101.53 $ 3,000.00 176.56 8,662.97 $ 9,790.00 $ 2,682.57 $ 631.25 $ 9,915.88 $ 1,972.85 $ 1,460.45 $ 9,766.86 BALANCE ON HAND, July 1, 1967 367,05 DONATIONS Diocese of Sioux City, Sioux City, Iowa $ 2,000.00 Lotts Creek Cheese Factory, Lotts Creek, Iowa $ 100.00 Brother J. Anthony, F.S.C., St. Mary College, Winona, Minnesota __—_ _.__ $ 30.00 Father Robert Bruro, St. Mary's College, Winona, Min- • nesota —^ ^_—____ _— 9 50.00 Delmar Reding — Reding's Gravel and Excavating, Algona, Iowa — $ 133.85 Whittemore Co-op Elevator, Whittemore, Iowa $ 50.00 Marls T-Mc(j«ire, Algona, Iowa--- r -- $ 63.00 Al Erpelding, Algona, Iowa -. _ $ lOO.OO $ 2,526.85 Tbuente Pharmacy, AJgona, Iowa -*- Value discount on . projector T -- ? - ~ __ $ 185.00 Clas* of 1997 __ _ Aid on Auditorium Rostrum of 1970 . . Two Trees Salaries i Clergy & Religious—$19,171.50 Lay Staff—$49,438.40 Social Security & Withholding Sisters' Housing : ._ Chapel Supplies Utilities (Heat, Lights, Gas, Telephone, etc.) Maintenance and Janitorial Supplies Office Supplies, Printing and Postage North Central Visitation and Evaluation Teaching Supplies Library Supplies Student Store Merchandise Athletic Department Officials $ 765.00 Sporting Goods r $4,068.21 Scouting — $ 200.00 Booster Club $ 110.21 Pictures & Films $ 683.78 Sports Trips, Fees Si Food $ 850.53 Printing ____ __$ 399.01 Clinic Profit Share Forwarded to Algona High School $ 169.00 Athletic Banquet $ 57g.68 Money Forwarded to I. H. §. A. A. $ 898.56 Grade School Coaching $ 600.00 Miscellaneous $ 446.88 Insurance __ _ $ 4,386.93 Transportation $ 11,992.76 New Bus $ 550.00 Licenses $1,281.75 Gas & Oil $4,086.78 Maintenance $2,380.83 Bus Drivers _ .—$3,693.40 Student Activities Fine Arts Department Miscellaneous Loan Repayment ; Interest Payments Total Expenditures for !96>1967 school year Plus Expenditures for 1965-1966 school year _ TOTAL EXPENDITURES PAID DURING 1966-1967 SCHOOL YEAR _ $ 6,915.31 ? 3,6,85.57 $ ?,i74.20 f ^00.00 $774.30 $157,799.89 $ 4,426.80 A

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