TMF STAK Mr. Higgins' study provides the background for dual leads in MY FAIR LADY, John Hamilton, Ruth McEnroe, Mary Foley and,Bob Nichols. (Photo by Neil Nurre) Eliza Doolittle Invades Garrigan, March 28 MY FAIR LADY, the story of an arrogant English professor creating an elegant lady out of an uneducated flower girl, will be presented at Garrigan High School on Mar. 28, 30, Apr. 2. The 8 p. m. production will be preceded by a ten minute overture by the GHS band. Directing the Lerner-Loewe operetta are executive director Father C.' Friedmann, production director Mr. Norbert Rezac, music director Sister Mary Dominica, PBVM, and drama director Sister Mary Ignatius, PBVM. The cast in order of appearance includes Mrs. Eynsford Hill — Joan Kohlhaas, Eliza Doolittle — Mary Foley and Ruth McEnroe, Freddy Eynsford Hill - William Obrecht, Colonel Pickering — Glenn Elbert and Steve Walker, a bystander — Tony Bormann. Playing Henry Higgins are John Hamilton and Robert Nichols, Selsey Man—Jerry Besch, Hoxton Man - Jerry Hobscheidt, bartender — Jack Dahlhauser, Harry —Tim Thill, Jamie-James Fickbohm, Alfred P. Doolittle- John Forbes, Mrs. Pearce — Bonita Dahlhauser, Mrs. Hopkins — Cindy Reding, butler — Leonard Loebach. Servants are Barbara Winkel, Diane Dogotch, Mary Jean Mertz, Sue Nelson and Ken Fuchsen, Mrs. Higgins — Connie Bormann and Phyllis Uchter, Lord Boz- ington - Glenn Elbert and Steve Walker, Lady Boxington - Rae Ann Kollasch, flower girl — Anne LoeUach, Zoltan Karpathy-Ron Gilbrlde, Queen of Transylvania- Rosalie Murphy, Prince of Tran- sylvania - Dave Smith, and Mrs. Higgins' maid - Jeanne Crotty. The Ascot Aristocrats are Pam Bauer, Judy Berger, Judy Besch, Diane Bode, Kathy Boudewyns, Charlotte Elbert, Michaela Elbert, Fran Goecke, Pat McGuire, Rosalie Murphy, Nora Nurre, Cindy Reding, Linda Seller, Anne Penton, Jerry Bormann, Jack Dahlhauser, Leonard Loebach, Dave Smith, Jerry Hobscheidt, Tom Arend, James Fickbohm, Ken Fuchsen, pennis Walker, Jerry Besch, Tim Boekelman, Tony Bormann, Larry Kollasch and Tom McGuire. Cockney Men are Jack Dahlhauser, Ken Fuchsen, Dennis Walker, Jerry Besch, Larry •Kollasch, Tony Bormann, Tom McGuire, Tom Arend and Jerry Hobscheiut. The Cockney Women are Becky Lickteig, Shirley Stoffel, Pat Loebig, Judy Ferstl, Darlene Plathe, Cheryl Hillburg, Nancy Muller and Barbara Stoffel. Girls in the Embassy Waltz are Joanne Crotty, Jeanne Milder, Jane Kohlhaas, Beverly Lichter, Pat Besch, Vickie-Elbert, Mary Reding, Betty McGuire, Jane Wilson, Marcia Hlnken, 'Maty Hamilton and Debbie Arndorfer. Accompanists are Kathy Plathe and Corinne Bormann. Garrigan High School Sophs Produce Biblical Display "From the Pages of the Bible" to the halls at GHS come projects of Father Verne Stapenhorst's sophomore religion classes currently on display. While studying ancient world history, three boys have produced an Ark of the Covenant. Jim Boudewyns, Mike Kajewski and Jerry Elbert constructed this ark from the wood of an old closet. Their guide was an encyclopedia picture. The gold painted replica contains a staff, manna and the ten commandment tablets. Extended -across the upper sides of the ark are brass rods for mobility. Other projects done by the religion classes are posters, In School — Algona, Iowa, 50511 Tuesday, March 21, 1967 History repeats itself as Jerry Elbert, Mike Kajewski, Jim Boudewyns and Ron Heinen carry a replica of the Ark of the Covenant, part of a sophomore religion class exhibit (Photo by Steve Ludwig) essays such as "Solomon's Temple," "Palestine," and "The Origin of the Calendar," an ancient diary, pyramids and" topography maps. To set off the whole display standing in the lobby, Father Stapenhorst, Jerry Eibert and Ron Heinen painted a desert scene for the background. Staff Expands Has writing features and editorials, developing picture ideas, typing out stories, copy- reading, taking the paper to the printer and picking it up again, making headlines and correcting mistakes paid off? At a STAR staff meeting,. Mar. 8, full-time and cub reporters found out as Sister Mary Maun, OSF, advisor, explained the coming quarter and school year in the journalism department. ^Three distinct areas will be developed. THE STAR will con- Thin-dads Open Practice "We'll have team Garrigan the best track has ever had," commented Garrigan High School head" 'track monitor, Beanie Cooper. . 'He. went on to say, "this will be a good representative squad, which will win many honoris." Claudia Beams In On Classes Via Home-to-School Intercom Time to tune in I on Claudia Sherman by Jackie Detrick) Claud really turns on all her classes! This can be taken literally because sophomore Claudia Sherman attends classes by flipping a switch. Since she had heart surgery and will be confined to home for the rest of the school year, Claud keeps up through a home-to-school intercom. Claud-in-the-box is transported from biology to home Miss McDonald, Spanish instructor, calls in her home over the intercom. (Photo room, English to religion, religion back to biology via sophomores Marcia Hinken, Ann Eischen and Jean Nauholz re-, spectively. When Claud is plugged in before classes, she also gets tuned in on "what's happening" from her friends. Now that the secret's out how students can turn on their classes, teachers,watch out 1 Garrigan's track team, which began practice on Mar. 20, has nine returning letter men. Among these nine are five seniors — Mark Goetz, Neil Nurre, Bill Reding, Bob Schmitt and Jim Youngwirth. Also included are a trio of juniors-Dave McCarthy, BUI Obrecht and Kevin O'Brien. Rounding out these nine is Tom Black, the sole sophomore track letterman. Garrigan's track schedule includes three dual meets, eight invitational meets, and a district and state meet. The schedule is below. April 5 - Humboldt Dual at Humboldt. April 7 - Holstein Relays at Holstein. April 11 - Kuemper Dual at Carroll. April 14 - Eagle Relays at Eagle Grove. April 16 - CYO Meet at Sioux City. April 19 - St. Edmund Dual at Garrigan. April 22 - Spencer Relays at Spencer. April 25 - Humboldt Relays at Huraboldt. April 29 - Bulldog Relays at Algona. May 2 - Bronco Relays at Belmond. May 6-District Meet. May 16 - Estherville Relays at Estherville. May 19-State Meet. — And Out tinue production with Jim Bristow and Sue Elbert as co-editors, Mary Ann Eischen as feature editor, Karen Fuchsen as makeup editor and Jackie Detrick as photographer. Bonnie Dahlhauser and Paula DeaVchs will co-edit an in-school paper, which will provide greater opportunities for student opinions and encourage contributions from the student body. The last department, the news bureau, a form of public relations supplying area newspapers with articles of school happenings, will be co-edited by Jackie Detrick and Christine Obrecht. Circulation manager, Steve Reding, has the duty of sending exchanges and selling THE STAR within the school. The newly organized editorial board, made up of the six coeditors will coordinate activities, help establish policies and make suggestions for improvement within the department. S. Council Seeks District Offices Four Garrigan students are candidates for district offices of Iowa Student Council Association. They are Thomas Black and Mary Kay Miller, sophomores, and Michael Black and David Besch, freshmen. The district officers will be elected •at a meeting of the organization Mar. 30, at Mason City, Iowa. Other representatives attending are Student Council President Richard Muller, Susan Elbert, Margia Froelich and John Muller. Guest speakers at the meeting will be Gov. Harold E. Hughes and Joseph White, state president of the Iowa Student Council Association. Bits 'n Pieces Pep Club Elects '67 - '68 Officers Pep Club officers for the 196768 school year were elected at recent Pep Club meetings. The Junior-Senior Pep Club officers are Jeanne Crotty, president; Jeanne Milder, vice-president; Janice Thul secretary; Denise Lucey, treasurer; Karen Fuchsen and Rhonda Schuller, poster chairmen; Beverly Lichter and Rose Studer, skit chairmen. The Freshmen-Sophomore Pep Club selected Judy Kollasch, president; Judy Erpelding, vice-president; Mary Helen Bestenlehner, secretary; Mary Urich, treasurer; Linda Dogotch, poster chairman; and Pam Kirsch, skit chairman. Fresh-Soph The annual frosh-soph basketball game was held Feb. 28 at the Garrigan gym with the sophs pulling out a 56-46 victory. High scorer for the sophs was Tom Black with 21, while his younger brother, Mike, led the way for the frosh with 17. This closed out the season for both teams. The sophs all played on the JV team while the freshmen had their own team which in regular season play had a 5-3 record. Crusades Term papers were given to both of Father Stapenhorst's junior religion classes. His period two class had a 10-15 page essay on the Crusades due Mar. 7, while the period eight class wrote a 15-20 page essay on Monasticism for Mar. 14. Students Compete In Latin, Math Garrigan's Latin and math ' students recently participated in nationwide exams. • Thirty-six freshmen and sophomores took a Latin exam on Mar. 8. This test, which was sponsored by the Association for the Promotion of the Study of Latin, ASPL, compared these students' marks with grades of other Latin students from all over the nation. On Mar. 9, forty-four Advanced Mathematical THE a month Garrigan Iowa 50511. Algebra and »•••••••• Analysis students were given the • .„ Annual High School Mathematics ls P uWls hed twice Examination. This test was spon- by the students of sor ed jointly by the Mathematical High School, Algona, Association of America, Society of Actuaries and the Alpha Mu Theta.
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