The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 23, 1966 · Page 19
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, August 23, 1966
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Garrigan Faculty, cont'd. Sister Iva Sister Michael Sister Sarah • Qulncy College, University of Chicago, Kansas .State College, Marquette University and Laval University, Quebec City, Canada; this year will be teaching English IV, French H, Religion I and Current Events; has 28 years teaching experience. Sister Mary Iva, OSF— B. A., LorasCollege (Magna Cum Laude); has also attended Briar Cliff College, Viterbo College, the Catholic University of America and Notre Dame University; this year will teach Art I, n, HI, and IV and technical drawing; has been an art unit leader for in-service workshops in the Dubuque Diocese. Sister Mary Michael, OSF — B. A., Loras College; has also studied at Briar Cliff College and Quincy College; this year will teach English n, Speech and Drama; has been Dean of Girls for two years. Sister Mary Sarah, OSF - B. A., Loras College; has also studied at Briar Cliff College and the Catholic University of America; this year will be teaching Latin I and n; has taught seven years at Garrigan. Sister Dominica Sister Ignatius Sister Imelda Sister Mary Deborah. PBVM - B. A., M. A., State University of Iowa; tliis year will teach typing, shorthand, secretarial practice and will advise Garlgold staff. Sister Mary Domlnca, PBVM-B. A. LorasCollege; B.M. De Paul University; has also attended Clarke College and St. John's University, Collegeville; this year will teach Religion I, all Chorus and Aesthetics. Sister Mary Ignatius. PBVM-B. A., LorasCollege (Maxima Cum Laude); M. A., the Catholic University of America; also studied at Iowa State University and Marquette University; this year will teach English IV and will be chairman of the English and Speech Department; in college was member of Delta Epsilon Sigmi, Alpha Chapter; was member of NDEA Institute in Milwaukee this summer. Sister Mary Imelda. PBVM - B. A., Loras College; has also attended Notre Dame University, Seattle University, Winona State Seniors Attend Press Workshop Sister Ita Sister Joanne Sister Lucile College, Iowa State University and South Dakota University; this year will be teaching Chemistry and Physics. Sister Mary Ita, PBVM-B. A.LorasCollege; M. S., the Catholic University of America; also attended Viterbo College and Creighton University; this year will teach General Math, Geometry and Mathematical Analysis; has taught in summer sessions at Viterbo College and Loras College and attended modern math workshops at Loras; has taught at Garrigan seven years. Sister Mary Joanne. PBVM - B. A., Loras College; M. A., Rosary College; has also attended Dubuque University and Notre Dame University; will supervise library; has taught seven years at Garrigan. Sister Lawrence Marie. PBVM - B. A., Clarke College; has also attended Loras College and St. Louis University; this year will teach Home Economics and Religion n. Sister Mary Lucile. PBVM - B. A,, Loras College; M. A., Notre Dame University; has also studied at Briar Cliff College and Viterbo College; this year will be teaching English m, Bookkeeping and Business Math. Sister Mary Valeria, PBVM - B. A., Loras College; has also attended the Catholic University of America; this year will teach English I and n, American History and Religion n. "A yearbook in a week" was the assignment of 105 students who attended the National Press Association Convention at the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis. Judy Besch and Frances Goecke, Garrigan seniors, attended this workshop from August 14 to 20. From the main speakers, Mrs. Armi Nelso and Mrs. Kathleen Leabo, the students gained new ideas on layout and copy writing 1'or a high school yearbook. Applying their knowledge immediately, the students produced a miniature yearbook which covered die happenings of the week. Photography, writing and makeup were all handled by the students. "It was a fun-filled and rewarding week," according to Judy. "I think it was a good foretaste of life on a college campus, too." Sister Valeria ******** ********-**n The Star Is published twice a month by the students of Garrigan High School, Algona, Iowa, 50511. Special credits for tills issue go to Patrick E. Crawford, '65-'66 editor of The Star and Stephen Reding. Advisor, Sister Mary Maun, OSF. ********************* of Garrigan High School and attended Ottumwa Heights College and has been employed at St. Joseph's hospital in Omaha. The groom is a 1963 graduate of Garrigan and will be a senior at Iowa State University, Ames, this fall. For going away the bride chose a kelly green dress with white accessories. Her corsage was yellow roses. After a wedding trip to the Black Hills they will I)G at home in Ames. One of the prc-nuptial events was a rehearsal dinner held at the Magnus Rahm residence for the bridal party. (Poundstone Studio Photo) GHS Sends 74 To CSMC Convo Garrigan will send 14 students to Notre Dame for the National CSMC (Catholic Students Mission Crusade) convention from August 24 to 29. The five-day meeting will feature exhibits of missionary work done by U. S. societies and panel discussions concerning poverty, sickness and ignorance. Those attending will be Ronald Besch, Jeanne and Jo Anne Crotty, Frank Esser, Kenneth Fuchsen, Theresa Hoberer, Ruth Hofer, Jane Kohlhaas, Ray Ann Kollasch, Kathryn McGuire, Thomas McGuire, Jim Schmitt, Dave Skilling and Paula Thilges. Sister Mary Alfred, OSF, will accompany the group. Joyce Erpelding, Bill Rahm Wed Here Aug. 73 St. Cecelia's Catholic church, Algona, was the setting for the marriage of Joyce Ann Erpelding and William Paul Rahm. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Erpelding, Algona, and the bridegroom the son of Mr. and Mrs. Magnus Rahm, St. Benedict. Msgr. P. P. Gearen performed the double ring ceremony August 13, at 11 a. m. Nuptial music was provided by Mary Hamilton who accompanied the soloist, Jane Arndorfer. The bride, given in marriage by her father, was attired in a sheath gown of nylon chiffon, adorned by a detachable train of the same material which fell from the shoulders. Wide bands of appliqued lace bordered the bell sleeves and hemline. Her three-tier veil of illusion net was held in place with an orchid headpiece trimmed with seed pearls and sequins. She carried a bouquet of white roses. Her jewelry was a cultured pearl pendant. Karen Carman was her personal attendant. Blondina Erpelding was her sister's maid of honor. Debbie Arndorfer, niece of the groom, was bridesmaid, Judy Erpelding was junior bridesmaid and Annette Erpelding was flower girl. Both are sisters of the bride. Joe Rahm, brother of the groom, was best man, and Mark Erpelding and Mike Rahm were groomsmen. Greg Rahm was ring bearer. Ushers were Robert Arndorfer and Dwight Gar man. Jack Krieps and Paul Carman were acolytes. A reception and dinner for 250 guests followed at the V. F. W. hall in Algona. .TheresaHoberer served punch. Mary Ann Erpelding was in charge of the guest book. Mrs. Frank Weber and Mrs. Gerald Carman cut the four-tier wedding cake. Karen and Juno Garman, assisted by Iveta and Carol Jo Fee, opened and arranged the gifts. The bride is a 1964 graduate I WESLEY | == £jr 1 By Mrs. Viola Studer 1 illllinilinillllllllllllllll'llllllllllllHinillinil!!:!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 1 !!!?On Sunday, Aug. 14, Mrs. Clara Haverly and Audra, and the Kenneth, Dennis, Hugh and Paul Haverlys joined a large group of relatives for a gathering at the Ed Cink rural home near Woden. Mr. and Mrs. Clair Robinson attended the wedding of Judith Kearney and Robert Clark at the Methodist church in Britt. The Darrell Robinsons of Decorah also attended the wedding. Their son, Mike, was ring bearer and their son Keith was candle lighter. The boys were Saturday overnight guests of their grandparents, the Clair Robinsons. The Decorah folks were Sunday dinner guests of his parents, the Clair Robinsons. The Don Smiths of Lincoln, Nebr., spent the Aug. 14 weekend in the Frank Fox home. Mrs. Mildred Arndorfer entertained her contract bridge club Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Mary Forburger was a guest. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hauptly accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Hauptly of Garner and Will Eden of Britt visited the Charles and Chuck Kraus's at Kiester, Minn. Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Dalgetty of Mason City called on Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bonn one day recently. The women are Studer sisters. Mrs. Mary Merritt Faktor of Mason City was a dinner guest of her cousins, the Fred Bohns, Aug. 14. Mrs. Ruth Ricke and Henry enjoyed a trip to the Black Hills of South Dakota recently. They then attended the wedding of Mrs. Ricke's niece, Elaine Baker, daughter of the Andrew Bakers of Ogden, and Jon Kemmer, Saturday, Aug. 13. Mrs. Ricke's daughters, Joan, who is a nurses aid at the University hospital, Iowa City, and Rosanne, who attends Hamilton Business College at Mason City, also attended the wedding. Mrs. Ricke was on vacation

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