GHS Students Receive Awards From Bishop 4-Algono (la.) Upper Des Moines STAR Garrigan High School Zoo Expands — Algona, Iowa 50511 April 25, 1967 m^Animals Invade .^(BMBMHB nv MAI3V AMM FTSrHFN Mary Jean Mertz Mary Becker GHS will be represented by nearly 100 students at the CYO Award Day, April 30, at St. Edmond's High School, Fort Dodge. Bishop Joseph M. Mueller will present medals to six Garrigan students. They are Mary Jean Mertz, first place winner in the diocesan essay contest; Mary Becker, first place winner in the poetry contest; and Diane Bode, Merrill Bormann, Betty McGuire and Carolyn Spurgeon, who received superior ratings in the CYO speech contest. The varsity chorus will participate in the mass-chorus concert. Combined choruses from the diocesan high schools will be accompanied by the Kuemper High School orchestra. Music Fills Halls GHS students were enchanted by musical selections as Mr. Steve R. George conducted the Algona High School mixed chorus in an ecstasy of music Tuesday, April 18, in the Garrigan gym. Among the numbers the chorus sang were ALLELUIA by John Zaumeyer, Rodby's ALL EARTH BE GLAD and MAME arranged by Albert. The Symphonettes, a group of nine girls, sang THE SHADOW OF YOUR SMILE by Webster and Mandel, Rodgers' NOBODY TOLD ME and CHARADE by Mercer and Mancini. Coming up will be the annual event of the AHS and GHS band exchange with the Garrigan band members traveling across town on Monday, May 8 to present a concert. Mr. Norbert Rezac, band director, will conduct a variety of numbers ranging from Mozart's II RE PASTORE OVERTURE to "Time Out For A Jam Session" by James E. Handlon. Members are also preparing a popular, "Downtown" arranged by Howard Cable, Tschesnokoff s SALVATION IS CREATED and a march written by John Cacavas, "Days of Glory." Strains of music will again fill Garrigan's halls as GHS baud Students Place In Math Meet Five students from Garrigan's Math Department traveled to Creighton University of Omaha on Saturday, April 15, for the annual Mathematics Field Day there. These students included senior Kathy Crawford, juniors James Bristow, Bonnie Dahlhauser and Mary Ann Eischen, and sophomore Darrel Lentsch. Contestants at this Field Day competed with students from five states in tests of brain-power. Some of the students also had the opportunity to match wits with a computer in individual games. Two weeks ago, on April 8, eight Garrigan students took part in the Clarke College Mathematics Tournament at Dubuque, Iowa. Two of these students, seniors Kathy Crawford and Lynette Lappe, placed fourth among the 92 students in their section. Garrigan placed sixth among 26 schools there. and varsity chorus put forth their best foot in the joint spring concert. The evening's entertainment scheduled for Sunday, May 7, begins at 8 p.m. in the Garrigan auditorium. The varsity chorus, under the direction of Sister Mary Dominica, PBVM, will perform numbers including the folk songs "Russian Picnic" and "Go Song of Mine," the dynamic "Psalm 150" and Broadway musical tunes such as "Chim-chim Cheree." Mr. Norbert Rezac will conduct the band through such selections as Alford's "Colonel Bogey" and the multi-solo passaged "Grand March" from the opera AIDA by Verdi. • •••••••IHHI THE STAR is published twice monthly by the students of Garrigan High School, Algona, Iowa 50511. Co-editors - Jim Bristow and Sue Elbert. _Make-up editor-Karen Fuchsen. .Feature editor - Mary Ann Eischen. Photographer - Jackie Detrick. Reporters - Ron Besch, Mary Bonnstetter, Bonnie Dahlhauser, Paula Dearchs, Sandy Elbert, Jane Kohlhaas, Rae Ann Kollasch, Linda Nitchals, Christine Obrecht and Rhonda Schuller. Advisor - Sister Mary Maun, OSF. 3Y MARY ANN EISCHEN Look's like the journalism class gets the bird, or at least it will soon. Seems an enterprising robin and wife decided to set up houskeeping in the cedar tree outside the window of room 17. Does the stork visit robins or do they rely on Batman? Only time will tell - maybe those little blue eggs have something to do with it. Was that muskrat hired to dig out a dug out or maybe to give the janitors a chance to show off their hunting prowess? On a recent safari, custodians Gene Nichols and Vic Frideres, armed with a garbage pail, tracked down and successfully captured a live muskrat in the baseball dugout. After showing their catch to anyone available and being very sportsmanlike, they returned the critter to nature down by the river. Taken up with the hunting fever, Jumbo couldn't resist exhibiting his prize mongoose (species - Furrus on Springus). The creature had a peculiar habit of jumping into the face of anyone who happened to remove the lid of its cage. Jim Youngwirth showed his prize to many of Mr. Kramer's unwary biology students. At any rate, that's what's happening, as the song says, at the zoo. (Question: Is our zookeeper very fond of rum?) '65 Grad Attends Loyola Of Rome Miss Joan Campbell, '65grad- uate of GHS, is one of 100 college sophomores selected to attend the University of Loyola in Rome, Italy, during the school year, 1967-68. Joan is a sophomore English Literature major at Loretto Heights College, Denver, Colo. The requirements for admission to Junior Year in Rome are a B plus average in aca- Golfers Tee Off Garrigan's golf team, got off to a good start by beating Bancroft on their home course with a score of 167 to 175. Coach McCall has hopes of an excellent season with three returning lettermen, Brian LaBarre, John, Hamilton and Mark Erpelding. These three along with seven others will be defending the Diocesan championship. The golfers' have six scheduled meets before the Diocesan distrct game. The Bears met the Ringsted golfers at Bancroft yesterday. demies, approval by the Dean of Students, and a transferable area of concentration. Approximately 300 American, English and French college students attend Loyola of Rome. The school year begins in September, and concludes in late June; it features college trips to San Moritz, Switzerland, and a highly integrated cultural atmosphere. Joan will be taking courses in The Classical Epics, Italian language, Literary Study and Writing, Italian Renaissance Literature and Theology. Theresa Sigsbee Band Chooses Queen Candidate Theresa Sigsbee, senior, who was elected as queen candidate to the 29th Annual North Iowa Band Festival. Theresa has participated in concert and marching band the last four years as a percussion player and will travel to Mason City, Tuesday, June 13, with the marching band. <#########****** Garrigan High School is hosting once again the world famous United States Navy Band, conducted by Lieutenant Commander Anthony A. Mitchell. Only two concerts will be presented. The first will be at 1:30 p. m. and the second at 8 p. m. on May 2 in the Garrigan Gymnasium. The afternoon concert is mainly for the students of Kossuth County. A well-rounded program of modern, light, semi-classical and classical music is expected. The price of admission is $.75 for students and $1.00 for adults. Proceeds will go to charity. Time, Dedication Produce First Issue of INSIGHT CSMC'ers Visit Homes Garrigan's CSMC Club sent 13 members to Algona's Good Samaritan Home and the County Farm Sunday afternoon, April 16. Sister Mary Anastasia, OSF, and Sister Mary Michael, OSF, both from St. Joe., accompanied tie group brightening the folks' day. The special feature of the afternoon was a cake to celebrate 1 the 95th birthday of a lady at the rest home. The students commented that they felt the people really enjoyed their visit. - o Continuing in the Humanities series, the film "OUR TOWN AND OUR UNIVERSE" was shown to juniors last week. Narrated by Clifton Fadiman, the movie stressed the individual within the universe. It examined the theme and techniques of Wilde r's play, OUR TOWN. 'n Pieces - Dr. Daniel Bray along with two nurses, Mrs. Devine and Mrs. Grandgenett, spoke to the sophomores, juniors and seniors last Wednesday. The boy's talk was held in the gym while the girl's talk was held in the band room. Questions were furnished by the biology classes. - o - If you've come into Garrigan through the gym lobby, you've surely noticed GHS's rejuvenating plan. The walls are painted a "smashing," as Mr. Cooper exclaimed, "Oh-ooo- bright Chinese yellow I" The cafeteria is also being spruced up with blossom blue. Inside INSIGHT, co-editor Bonnie Dahlhauser does a final paste job on the new in-school paper. (Photo by Jackie Detrick) Want to know whaf s really happening inside GHS ? A new and unique paper, sold exclusively to students, will attempt to present the "idea-life" of Garrigan. INSIGHT, edited by Bonnie Dahlhauser and Paula Dearchs, hopes to foster better communication among students and also give them a greater opportunity to express their views. All students are invited to submit articles to this monthly publication. The first issue of INSIGHT arrived on the scene last Friday sporting a nameplate designed by Rhonda Schuller. Sister Mary Deborah, PBVM, and the business department type and mimeograph the new paper. Clay Staplefon Addresses Athletes at Annual Banquet Garrigan's ninth annual Booster Club Banquet will be held at the Garrigan High School on Wednesday, April 26 at 6:30 p.m. This banquet will he nor all Garrigan High athletes in basketball, football, baseball, track and golf. The featured speaker will be Clay Stapleton, newly appointed Athletic Director and long time head football coach at the Iowa State University. Former Whit- temorite, Rev, A. J. Elbert, will be Master of Ceremonies. Fr. Elbert is presently the superintendent of Heelan High School in Sioux City.
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