The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 21, 1967 · Page 8
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 21, 1967
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Wins $170 Locally Mrs. Max (Viola) Helmets, 614 N. Church St., Algona, had a profitable shopping day Monday when she won $170 in a promotion at Swanson's grocery. She is shown above receiving the cash from Ray Kelly, assistant store manager at the firm. Many St. Joe Students Take College Trek ST. JOE - Young people attending college are Joseph Becker, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Becker, and David Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Smith, Eagle Grove Junior College; Connie and Corrine Bormann, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Bormann, with Corrine at St. Teresa's College, Winona, Minn., and Connie at the Quincy, ni. College. Norman Bormann, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Bormann, and Duane Frideres, son of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Frideres, and Ray Erpelding, son of Mr. and Mrs. Francis Erpelding, Loras College, Dubuque. Jeanne Kayser, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Kayser, Creighton University, Omaha. Kathleen Plathe and Kristine Flathe, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Milford Plathe, with Kristine at Clarke College, Dubuque, and Kathleen, St. Catherine's, St. Paul, Minn. William Reding, son of Frank Reding, Rosalee nig, daughter of Mrs. Rosalie nig, and Norman Klein, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Klein, Iowa State University, Ames. Randy Kollasch, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Kollasch, Phil Bormann, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Bormann, and Charles Becker, son of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Becker, Benedict's College, Atchlson, Kans. Virgil Wagner, son of Mrs. Adeline Wagner, University of Iowa, Iowa City. Carol Freilinger, nurses training at St. Anthony's hospital, Carroll. Mary nig, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herman nig, University of Northern Iowa, Cedar Falls. Thomas Wagner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Wagner, EstherviUe Junior College, Jean Marie Thul and Emily Thul, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Thul, with Jean Marie at Briar CUff College, Sioux City, and Emily, Iowa Central Community College, Ft. Dodge. Ruth Hofer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Hofer, LaJames Beauty School, Mason City; Paula Thilges, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Thilges, St. Anthony's hospital school of nursing, Carroll; Joan Kohlhaas, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Kohlhaas, St. Teresa's College, Winona, Minn. CDA MEETING C.D.A. met Thursday evening for the first meeting of the fall season with Mrs, Marvin Reding, grand regent, presiding. A $10 donation was sent to Father George at St. Paul's Indian mission in South Dakota. Mrs. Wm. McGuire was appointed court chairman for the state Catholic Daughter's Poetry contest* The annual CDA retreat will be held Oct. 6-8 at Cedar Falls. Reservations are to be made with the grand regent. The court is invited to attend a workshop Oct 1 at Garner. Mrs. N. J. Weydert, past grand regent, has been appointed district deputy. Guest night for neighboring courts and members and nonmember women of the parish, wiU be held Wednesday evening, Sept. 27, in St. Joseph's school hall with court officers in charge of arrangements. "Recipe Round-Up", the court cookbook, wiU again be available. Mrs. Leonard McGuire 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 Kohlhaas, Mrs. N. J. Weydert and Mrs. Paul Erpelding attending the event. The annual Sisters' shower and get-acquainted evening was held Sept. 18. Mrs. E. M. Gales, lecturer, gave a reading on "What Are Saints Made Of*. Following the meeting, lunch was served, followed by a social hour and cards. Mrs. Wilfred Kohlhaas received plate prize with Mrs, Albert Thilges and Mrs. John Thul receiving prizes in cards. - o - Randy Kohlhaas, 4, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Kohlhaas, entered Mercy hospital, Ft. Dodge, Monday where he is to undergo a ton- slllectomy. Mr. and Mrs. Math Froehling, Watkins, Minn., and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Dockendorf, Cold Springs, Minn., were visitors here several days last week in the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Gales. Mrs. Gales is a sister of Mrs. Froehling and Mr. Dockendorf. Donald Erpelding showed the reserve champion Angus beef at the Clay County Fair, Spencer, last week. Donald is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Francis Erpelding and a freshman at Garrigan High School, Algona. Mrs. Cyril Kellner and daughter, Susan, spent several days in Cedar Rapids last week with her daughters, Ruth Ann, Marilyn and Cyrilla. Ruth Ann is employed at Collins Radio, Marilyn at the state board of education, and Cyrilla at the Fire and Casualty Insurance Co. Many Seneca Students Off To College SENECA - Many Seneca young people have left for colleges of their choice to further their education. Dennis Dahl, Candace Vaudt and Jennifer Struecker have en- rolled at the University of Iowa, Iowa City. Attending Iowa State University at Ames will be Tim and Tom Struecker, Bonnie Crouch, Donald Hannisch and Rodney Jensen. Mike Hassel and Mary Lou Larsen have enrolled at the University of Northern Iowa, Cedar Falls; Joan Breese and Renee Votteler, Mankato State University; and Audrey Bergum, Jill Jensen, Steven Kennedy and Vickie Elmers, Mankato Commercial College. BUI Hassel has enrolled at Wartburg College, Waverly; and Hollee Krause at Wisconsin State University at LaCrosse, Wise. Brian Johnson, Cecelia Gangsted thundery, S*p». 21, 196? Algona, (la.) Upp*r Otft MotMft-4 and UndaBveese have enrolled at EstherviUe Junior College, Es- therviUe; and Cheryl Jensen, daughter of the Russell Jensens, has enrolled at the Patricia Stevens Finishing and Modeling College in Chicago where she will major in fashion merchandising. - o - ELECT OFFICERS The Seneca Progressive Farmer's 4-H Club met Monday evening at the home of Edward and Lee Bergum. Roll call was answered by telling why it was important and necessary to keep good records. The group elected the following officers for next year: Preskta*, Tim Lynch; vice-president, Dif* rel Nyman; secretary, Kathy jfca» sen; and treasurer, Rickle Johannesen. Steve Cherland was appointed sergeant-alarms and Edward Bergum, reporter. Edward Bergum talked on gon safety and Lee Bergum on indoor painting. A social hour and refreshments concluded the meeting. ^ WHAT?-—If you read the Algona Upper Des Koines, YOU KNOW1 r Announcement to Poultrymen For many years we have distributed Baby chicks and started pullets from Beckord Hatchery, Inc. at Rolfe which in our opinion were the best income-producing chickens to be had. Now we present BECKORD'S BABCOCK B-30O An Even Better Layer! This chicken takes a back seat for nobody. It's record in random sample tests is almost unbelievable. We think the BECKORD- BABCOCK B-300 will turn out to be the best layer we have ever offered. .. So, no matter what famous-name layer you have now, give B-300 a look. We have all the facts and they are convincing. On top of it all, B-300 is gentle, non-flighty and easy to handle. See us for other BECKORD winners too — the J. J. Warren Sex Sal Link, queen of the brown egg layers and BECKORD'S G-352, outstanding quality at an economy price. STARTED PULLETS - Ask us about availabilities ALGONA PRODUCE DALLAS KLEIN, owner Algona, Iowa Eggs Feeds A Poultry Telephone 295-3541 oday mi HIS pfpeopeate getting young ideas. The 68 "youngmobi es •on Odsmobie O«t young Idoai In Ihli new Cullan S: It'i young In the way It looki, young in the way It acts. And you'll find the tome young Ideal In all 31 "youngmobllei" from Oldimobile. New Performance: Here'i an Oldimobile that perform! young, rldei young, feed young. There'i greater ' Exciting Style: Here'i an Oldimobile with contemporary ilyle and imart new Interiors Two coupei, plui a bucket-ieat convertible, All with louvered hood, hideaway wlpen. Sporty Featurei: Here'i an Oldi you can practically deiign yourself. Young It up with a itick-thlft, center coniole, dual exhauitt, Rally Sport Suipenilon. DI.,... .,11 m ore here. of Rocketi. Choice of a 350-cu-ln. Rocket V-8 or 250-CID Six. See them. Drive them. At your Oldsmobile Dealers. DAU'S GARAGE, Algona, Iowa HIM Of IHCtlUMI »-•-*• -*-•-•GARRIGAN HIGH SCHOOL (Algona) FINANCIAL REPORT Rev. C. H. Friedmann, Superintendent BOARD OF EDUCATION Msgr. P. P. 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 and 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 man 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 to meet state requirements of certification as well as dedication to God and country, and his peers, and between the student and his God. We feel we must develop good citizens - of our community, of Iowa, 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, Chorus, Driver Education. Tenth Grade -Required courses: Christian World History, English n, Biology, Physical Education. Electives: Latin L n, Spanish I, H, French I, n, Geometry, Modern Problems,.Art I, D, 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 m, American History, Physical Education. Electives; Latin I, II, m, Spanish I, II, French I, D, Advanced Algebra, Chemistry, Journalism, Art I, n, 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 n, m, IV, Spanish n, French fl, Mathematical Analysis, Physics, Chemistry, Physical Science, Advanced Biology, Art I, n, HI, IV, Business Math, Typing I, Debate, Shorthand, Secretarial Practice, Bookkeeping, Theory of Accounting, Industrial Arts, Foods, Clothing, Homemaking, Speech, Band, 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 Assisi, Milwaukee, Wisconsin; one Sister of Humility, Ottumwa, Iowa, and eight laymen and women. Of these teachers 45% have master degrees. INCOME - July 1,1966-July 1,1967 Balance on Hand, July 1,1966 $ 579.72 Parish Operation , $ 93,434,07 Parish Operation for 1966-67 school year $91,000.00 Parish Operation for 1965-1966 paid in 1966-67 $ 2,434.07 Student Fees and Tuition $ 22,010.43 Booster Club 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 St. Ann Hospital .... Insurance Receipts . . Extraordinary Income. . Donations Concessions Miscellaneous ...... 2,290.40 600.00 347.65 3,215.53 2,526.85 1,050.33 1,859.66 TOTAL INCOME for 1966-67 school year $ 162,593.74 Less Total Expenditures for 1966-1967 school year. $ 162,226.69 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 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... Brother J. Anthony, F.S.C., St. Mary College, Winona, Minnesota Father Robert Brum, St. Mary's College, Winona, Minnesota , Delmar Reding- Reding*s Gravel and Excavating, Algona, Iowa Whittemore Co-op Elevator, Whittemore, Iowa . ., Mark T, McGuire, Algona, Iowa Al Erpelding, Algona, Iowa Athletic Department Officials $ 765.00 Sporting Goods $4,068.21 Scouting $ 200.00 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 9,766.86 100.00 30.00 50.00 133.85 50.00 63.00 100.00 110.21 683.78 850.53 399.01 Thuente Pharmacy, Algona, Iowa - Value discount on projector 2,526.85 185.00 Class of 196*7 ." ............... Aid on Auditorium Rostrum Class of 1970 ........................... Two Trees 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 co-ordinating 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. Booster Club $ Pictures & Films $ Sports Trips, Fees & Food $ Printing $ Clinic Profit Share Forwarded to Algona High School $ 169.00 Athletic Banquet $ 575.68 Money forwarded to LH.S.A.A. .... $ 898.56 Grade School Coaching $ 600.00 Miscellaneous $ 446.88 Insurance , ,, Transportation ,. 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 .,...,.,...,.,,..,.,, 4,386.93 11,992,76 Total Expenditures for 1966-1967 school year Plus Expenditures for 1965-1966 school year • * • t » t • 6,915.31 2,685,57 3,174.20 1,100,00 774,50 9157,799,19 4,424,10 EXPENDITURES- July 1, 1966-July I, 1967 Salaries ............................ $ Clergy & Religious- $19,171.50 Lay Staff -$49,438.40 68,609.90 TOTAL EXPENDITURES PAID DURING 1966-1967 SCHOOL YEAR $162,886.69 Paid ad for public information

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