The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 23, 1966 · Page 18
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New Teachers Join GHS Staff Algeria, (la.) Upper Dts Molnn Tuesday, August 23, 1966 With one week remaining until the beginning of classes, a staff of 26 faculty members is now working over the final details before greeting over 500 students on August 29 and 30. Rev. Gerald Zcman Eight new members will be joining eighteen of last year's faculty to help form what many Rev. Cecil Friedmann, Superintendent STAR '66 Faculty, Students Initiate Four - Year - Studies - Program A four-year program of studies will be initiated at Garrigan this fall under the direction of the Rev. Cecil Friedmann, superintendent. The purpose of this plan is to broaden the students' education. The new plan will require five credits per year instead of the former four, enabling the students to take a greater variety of courses. "Garrigan will be one of the few schools in the area," according to Father Friedmann, "that will be using this type of program." Freshmen will be required to take a specially designed course called aesthetics. In its simplest form aesthetics means the appreciation of the fine arts. Sisters Celebrate Mass Together Garrigan's two groups of Franciscan sisters will join forces in more than educational matters this year as they celebrate the Liturgy together each school day morning in the Garrigan chapel with the Rev. Gerald Zeman officiating. This new arrangement is a result of the appointment of the Rev. Marvin Boes to Boone, leaving St. Joseph's parish in Bode without an assistant to offer Mass early enough for the sisters to reach Garrigan before morning classes. Sister Marie of the Wesley Franciscans terms this "a happy result for Franciscan ecumenism !" Garrigan will offer the opportunity to gain such an appreciation by combining one day of music with Sister Mary Dominica, PBVM, one day of art with Sister Mary Iva, OSF, and three days of speech with Sister Mary Alfred, OSF, Sister Mary Ignatius, PBVM, and Sister Mary Michael, OSF, in each week of the course. Journalism will be offered as an alternate English ni for those who have maintained an average of B or above in English n and who would like to work on the Star or Garigold staffs during their senior year. Debate will also be offered as an English alternate for sophomores, juniors and seniors. Under the new program a total of 20 credits will be required for college-bound students and 18 for those in the general education curriculum. All students must take four years of religion-social science, four years of English, one year of algebra or genexal math (as freshman), one year of biology (as sophomores), one year of American history (as juniors), one year of American government - economics (as seniors). College-bound students will also be offered four years of Latin, two years of Spanish, two years of French, three additional years of math, and two additional lab sciences. Other electives include art, bookkeeping, business math, clothing, earth science, foods, homemaking, secretarial practice, shorthand, technical drawing, typing, woodworking and world geography. contend to be the finest academic staff in the area. The new members include the Rev. Verne Stapenhorst, Sister Mary Dominca, PBVM, Sister Marie, OSF, Sister Mary Maun, OSF, Mrs. Keith Logue, Miss Helen McDonald, Mr. Dennis Neubrand and Mr. Norbert Rezac. All Garrigan freshman and sophomores will report for orientation next Monday, August 29. Juniors and seniors will be orientated the following day and on Wednesday, August 31, all students will begin classes on a full time basis. Rev. Cecil jj. Friedmann B. A., Trinity College; M. S. in Ed., Creighton University; also studied at St. Mary's Seminary, Baltimore, Iowa State University and Westmar College; this year will teach Religion HI; has served one year as superintendent at Garrigan. Rev. Gerald Zeman - B. A., Loras College; M. S. in Ed., Creighton University; also attended Mount St. Bernard Seminary; this year will teach Religion IV, will be Guidance and Student Activities Director; served as chaplain in U. S. Navy. Rev. Verne Stapenhorst Mr. Bernard Cooper Mr. Duane Kramer Rev. Verne Stapenhorst - B. A., Loras College (Cum Laude); M. S. in Ed., Creighton University; this year will teach Religion I, U, HI and be Dean of Boys; served three years as National Guard chaplain; reached rank of First Lieutenant; taught for three years at St. Edmond's and two at Danbury Catholic. Mr. Bernard Cooper — B. S., Morningside College; this year will teach debate, economics, American history, and supervise physical education; served three and a half years in Air Force; reached rank of Staff Sergeant; has taught seven years at Garrigan; coaches varsity football; has been active in many community projects. Mr. Duane Kramer - B. A. E., Buena Vista College; this year will teach biology and earth science: coaches varsity baseball. Mr. Steve McCall Mr. Dennis Neubrand !s Mr. Thomas-Puetz Mr. Steve McCall - B. A., Buena Vista College; this year will teach American history and supervise physical education; served 41 months in Air Force (Korea); reached the rank of Staff Sergeant; coaches varsity basketball and golf; taught at Ashton, St. Joseph, six years. Mr. Dennis Neubrand - B. A, E., Wayne State College; this year will teach biology and supervise physical education. Mr. Thomas Puetz - B. A., Westmar College; this year will teach American government and supervise physical education. Mr. Norbert Rezac i Mrs. Keith Logue ' Miss Helen McDonald' Mr. Norbert Rezac - B. S., Mankato State Teachers College; presently working toward M. S.; this year will supervise the band • programs in high school and junior high; member of John Henry Newman National Honor Society; has taught for 12 years. Mrs. Keith Logue - has studied at State College of Iowa and Drake University; this year will teach a remedial reading course for freshmen; taught 12 years at St. Cecelia's Grade School, Algona. Miss Helen McDonald - B. S., Mankato State Teachers College; spent summer in Mexico studying toward M. A.; this year will teach Spanish I and n and English I and n. Sister Marie, OSF - B. A., Mount Mary College, Milwaukee; Sister Marie ' Sister Maun ' Sister Alfred has also studied at Marquette University, the Catholic University of America, Notre Dame University, Iowa State University, and Dayton University; this year will teach Algebra I and n and supervise the Math Club; has 15 years of teaching experience in Iowa schools. Sister Mary Maun. OSF - B. S. in Ed., St. Mary-of-the-Woods College, Indiana; studying at Marquette University toward M. A.; this year will teach Journalism, English HI and Religion I; has taught in Wisconsin and Colorado schools. Sister Mary Alfred. OSF- B. A,, Loras College; M. A., Catholic University of America; has also studied at Briar Cliff College, (Continued other Star page)

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