The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 7, 1967 · Page 11
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Examinations Challenge Prospectives Sixty-two juniors recently spent three solid hours transferring their knowledge, acquired over the last three years of education, onto paper during the National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test administered by Garrigan's registrar, Sister Mary Lucile, PBVM. Results from this test, given on Feb. 25 at Garrigan, will arrive sometime during the 196768 school year. From these, the semi-finalists across the nation will be named. On that same day entrance exams were also administered at Garrigan to all eighth graders from the surrounding parishes. Results of these tests will help to determine class statistics and placement Scholarship or not! This is what Jack Muller and 61 other juniors were trying to determine at the N.M.S.Q.T. taken Feb. 25 at Garrigan. (Photo by Steve Ludwig) Ready, Set, Sew! BY CHRISTINE OBRECHT Take 100 yards of gray suiting, add 60 yards of white satin and four yards of white lace and presto-chango, costumes are born. Sister Lawrence Marie, PBVM, and her committee of junior girls are in the process of making everything from hats and parasols to long evening gowns for the coming operetta, MY FAIR LADY. The committee, composed of Sandra Elbert, chairman, Paula Dearchs, Donna Hentges, Cathie Kollasch, Kathy McGuire, Jacky Miller and Beverly Ziemet, has already completed the green and white striped maid uniforms but still have a long way to go. Special thanks goes to Mrs. Gerald Elbert, Mrs. Vernell Ludwig and Mrs. James McEnroe for their part in the work. Sister Lawrence Marie subtly hinted that all seamstresses, designers and hat feathers are welcome. Chemists Gasp For Air Fumes Contaminate Lab; BY MARY ANN EISCHEN Let me take you where the action was 1 Follow your nose and you'll end up near the chemistry room, scene of last week's mass emigration. Would-be scientists gave up inhalation and sudden breathing after Sister Mary Imelda, PBVM, pulled a cork. Many purple faces later, the reprieve bell rang and kids made a mad dash for the door. Outside reactions included "What did you guys do in there ?I" But mainly it was "Phew" as putrid fumes of butyric acid assailed hand-covered noses. Rancid butter was the polite name given to the odor but anyone in that wing of the building had his own ideas on the subject. The place literally smelled the past week as the period six . chemistry class conjured up esters smelling like wintergreen, fingernail polish remover and old bananas. Now you know it's not always (Photo by Steve Ludwig) neat to meet your baby where the action is unless, of course, you have clogged sinuses in common. Tuesday, March 7, 1967 Algona (la.) Upper Des Moines-7 STAR Garrigan High School Algona, Iowa, 50511 Tuesday, March 7, 1967 Frosh Hold Math Tourne PAVLA - Freshmen winning Garrigan's own Algebra Tournament are (from left to right) David Bormann, Joan Reding, Ann Foley, captain of the team, and Judy Taphorn. Partially shown on the blackboard is the elimination chart of the contest supervised by Sister Marie, OSF, Garrigan math instructor. Course List Expands With a total of 51 probable subjects offered for next year, the freshmen, sophomores and juniors began registering Saturday, Feb. 25. New subjects being offered to students are personal typing and personal bookkeeping, whichtake in a semester each, industrial arts, a shared time course with Algona High School, advanced speech, advanced biology, physical science, theory of accounting and a second year of technical drawing. This is the program of studies: FRESHMAN YEAR Required: Christian Citizenship English I Algebra I or General Math Aesthetics Physical Education One Elective by all Students:. Latin I Spanish I French I Earth Science World Geography ArtI SOPHOMORE YEAR Required: Christian World History English U Biology Physical Education TwoEltctives: i! French I Latin n Spanish n French n Geometry Modern Problems Art I ArtU Debate Foods Technical Drawing Personal Bookkeeping - 1 semester . Personal Typing — 1 semester Advanced Speech Typing JUNIOR YEAR Required: Christian Western Civilization English m American History Physical Education Two Electives: Latin I Spanish I French I Latin n Spanish n French n Latin in Advanced Algebra Chemistry journalism ArtJ Aitn Artm Shorthand Typtafl Debate Foods Clothing Technical Drawing Bookkeeping Industrial Arts Business Math SENIOR YEAR Required: Christian Sociology English IV American Gov't - Economics Physical Education Two Electives: Latin n Latin HI Latin IV Spanish n French n Mathematical Analysis Physics Chemistry Physical Science Advanced Biology ArtI Artn Artm Art IV Business Math Typing I Debate Shorthand Secretarial Practice Bookkeeping Theory of Accounting Technical Drawing Foods Clothing Visitors Outline Ideals "Although the living conditions are somewhat primitive, the people of South America are very charitable." This was the feeling expressed by Miss Lucille Struenberg as she talked to the religion classes of Garrigan on Feb. 20,21 and 22. Miss Struenberg, formerly of Fort Dodge, has spent the last three years in Brazil as a member of the Papal Volunteers to Latin America. Slides were presented showing the poverty in which the people of that area are living and the work that is being done to help them. Miss Struenberg stressed that the purpose of the PAVLA program is not only to help the people of Latin America, but to teach them how to help themselves. Occupations of the volunteers range from nurse's and accountants to mechanics and engineers. Miss Struenberg also stressed the need for more volunteers to carry on the work of the apostolate. Put-Put-Bang 1 Green light but no go I The Humboldt victory had a damper put on it for Jane Kohlhaas when her car stalled while attempting to drag main Tuesday night after the game. But lo and behold an unsung hero arrived at the scene and assisted the car to a parking lot with blushing Jane and Joan Kohlhaas, Jeanne and Joanne Crotty, Bev, Phyllis and Mary Jo Lichter and Linda Eischen, occupants of the crippled car, looking on. Doctor Dad Kohlhaas diagnosed a dead battery. THE STAR is published twice a month by the students of Garrigan High School, Algona, Iowa, 50511. Co-editors: Mary Bonnstetter and Rhonda Schuller. Reporters; James Bristow, Bonnie Dahlhauser, Paula Dearchs, Jackie Detrick, Mary Ann Eischen, Sandy Elbert, Karen Fuchsen, Jane Kohlhaas, Rae Ann Kollasch, Linda Nitchals and Christine Obrecht. Advisor t Sister Mary Maun, oif. — Sister Stressing the fact that each one of us is an "individual idea of God," a native of Germany spoke to junior and senior girls at Garrigan Tuesday, Feb. 28. Sister Mary Elizabeth Pfeiffer, a member of the Holy Spirit Order, is a "pioneer" in America. She is one of five sisters, members of a secular institute, brought to America from Germany in 1950. Their present American center is in Sioux City. PAVLA is of special interest to Sister, since she serves as secretary for its Diocesan headquarters. Showing slides of the Order's original headquarters near Frankfurt, Sister remarked, "You can only do something when you know something," as she pointed out the institute of learning on the grounds. Modern dress changes of different Orders were discussed by the girls and Sister. G.H.S. Rates; On To State GHS will send nine students to the finals of the Iowa State High School Speech Contest March 17 and 18 at Cherokee, Iowa. Those attending will be the students who received superior ratings at the District Contest held Feb. 24 and 25 at Crystal Lake. They are Gary Loebig, Oratorical Declamation; Anne Loebach, Dramatic Declamation; Anne Penton, Victoria Elbert and Nancy Muller, Humorous Declamation; David Besch and Patrice Bode, Story Telling, and Jane Kohlhaas, News Reporting. Ten other students received excellent ratings. They are Joanne Skilling and Michael Nitchals, Oratorical Declamation; Joan Reding, Kristine Knoer and Suzanne Reding, Interpretive Prose; Mary Helen Bestenlehner, Interpretive Poetry; Michael Bray and Merrill Bormann, Expository Address. Sister Mary Ignatius, PBVM, Sister Mary Alfred, OSF, Sister Mary Maun, OSF, and Sister Mary Midual, OSF, are 0*

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