The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 8, 1966 · Page 4
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Class of '67 Heads Quarter Honor Roll Interest, attention, determination and long boats of study have) .obtained for 72 Garrigan students 'the privilege of beiag on the first- quarter honor roll.. Seniors walked off with most of the glory; 32 members of the class of '67 were named honor students. Having attained an average of 90 or above, seniors on the Gold Honor Roll are Rebecca Black, Kathleen Boudewyns, Kathleen Crawford, Mary Dorweiler, Glenn Elbert, Mlchaela Elbert, Dwight Gilbride, Jean Kayser, Joan Kohlhaas, Lynette Lappe, Janette Milter, Susan Nelson, Carol Otis, Kathleen Flathe, John Studer and Janet Zittritsch. Among the juniors to reach this mark are BonitaDahlhauser, Mary Ann Eischen, Ronald Gilbride, Christine Obrecht and Patricia Scherer. Sophomores Timothy Bockel- maii, Cheryl Hillburg, Ruth Neppl and Judy Venteicher also merited the Gold Honor Roll. Getting a good start for their years at Garrigan, seven freshmen proved worthy of the honor. They are Mark Besch, Mary Ellen Crawford, Judy Erpelding, GHS Auditions At Clear Lake "Even though we weren't chosen, we gained a wonderful musical experience," commented Barbara Winkel, one of the Garrigan students who participated in the District Auditions for the All State Music Festival at Clear Lake Public School, Oct. 29. Sister Mary Dominica, PBVM, music instructor, accompanied the group. Diane Bode, John Hamilton, BUI Obrecht and Barbara Winkel comprised one quartet while Bonnie Dahlhauser, John Forbes, , Ruth McEnroe and Tim Thill ' made up the other. Corinne Bormann accompanied them on the piano. They were among 116 quartets of which 28 were chosen for the Des Moines Festival. The judges, who were college vocal instructors, determined the winners on quality and excellence of presentation. Some of the students plan to attend the State Festival as spectators, Nov. 26, at Veterans' Auditorium in Des Moines. Katherine Lallier, Suzanne Reding, Thomas Scherer and Randal Studer. In addition to this, the Silver Honor Roll (those with an average of 88 to 90) includes 16 seniors. They are Judith Berger, Judith Besch, Corrinne Bormann, Ruth Cassel, Jeanne Ewen, Mary Foley, Michael Carman, Prances Goecke, Sharon Hildman, Rebecca Licktelg, Patricia McGuire, Robert Nichols, Nora Nurre, Karen Otis, CarolynSpur- geon and Elizabeth Thilges. Juniors Susan Elbert, Howard Kayser, Timothy Molacek, and Carole Schneider also showed (Continued on next page) Faculty, Students Select Varsity BB Cheerleaders Pep, vigor, coordination, personality, and appearance spell varsity cheerleader for Jeanne Crotty, Becky Lickteig, Pat McGuire, Shirley Stoffel, Barb Winkel, and substitutes Kathy Boudewyns and Sue Nelson chosen after tryouts in the gym, Oct. 31. Judges in this seasonal event were the coaches Cooper, Kramer, McCall, Neubrand, pep club moderator Mrs. Molacek, and several Student Council members. Each girl strove to do "B-E-A-R-S" as an individual cheer. Frosh and sophs were aided by a cheerleading clinic in the gym Wednesday for the final Cub tryouts on Friday, Nov. 4. Garrigan Introduces Identification Cards "Aren't the identification cards great?!" "Can I see yours?" "Pm going to get mine right away!" These are a few of the remarks made by students who received their LD. cards .on Oct. 31. Activity tickets were exchanged for LD. cards. These cards will be used as activity tickets for admitting students to basketball, football or baseball games and also plays and concerts. The LD. card contains the name of the school, the person's name, picture, city, address, and phone number. TMt STAK Garrigan High School Algona, Iowa 50511 Tuesday, November 8,1966 Journalists Main Status Cubs Achieve Reporter Level Meeting the requirements during the first quarter paid off for Mary Bonnstetter, Jim Bristow, Bonnie Dahlhauser, Paula Dearchs, Jackie Detrick, Mary Ann Eischen, Sandy Elbert, Susan Elbert, Karen Fuchsen, Ronald Gilbride, Jane Kohlhaas, Linda Nitchals and Rhonda Schuller, who are the first of the Journalism class to become cub reporters for THE STAR. The next step is full-time reporter. To accomplish this, news tips and critiques are required for each issue of THE STAR, along with five hours of work in the staff room and 10 printed inches in THE STAR by the semester. Those meeting the requirements will then work full- time on the paper as staff members. Parallels and Pinatas — Garrigan's yearbook received an A rating for the fifth straight year. This was the announcement received by Sister Mary Deborah, PBVM, on Oct. 26. Aiding schools in improvement and quality of yearbooks is the goal of the organization. Judging is made on general appearance, content organization, photo• graphic coverage, headlines,! copy block, sports, class portraits^ planning and layouts. The rating is given by the National Scholastic Yearbook Association which is the judging organization of experts for yearbooks. Its headquarters is at Memphis, Tennessee. Reporters Attend Press Congress Clubs Plan New Events Would you believe that there is one, and only one, parallel to a given line through an outside point? Or that over 2,000 years ago Euclid made this statement? This is the topic of discussion for the Nov. 8 meeting of the Alpha Mu Theta Math Club. Kathy Crawford, program chairman,' stated that there would be talks on the "life of Euclid" and "Non-Euclidean Geometry." -o - "Vamos a apreciar el es- panol!" (Lefs appreciate Spanish!) was chosen as the motto of Miss McDonald's Spanish Club. Selected as officers were President Jim Boudewyns, Vice Seniors End Record Season Ending the season with another football victory, Garrigan brought down the curtain on its most successful season of its eight-year existence. The final record stand 7-1. This year's senior football players were, according to head football coach, Beanie Cooper, "as fine a group of young men as I haw had the opportunity to work with in rny 16 years of coaching. Their mental toughness is a quality which will aid them long after their football days are over. I am extremely proud of each and every one of these men." Commenting on the Seniors who made the past season possible, Coach noted the following: Bill Reding - Quarterback, co- captain. A leading scorer, passed and rushed for 1,572 yards. Bill completed 74 of 130 passes for a school record on passing; he intercepted 9 passes on defense and is a 3 year letter winner. Dick Muller - Center, end and tackle, co-captain. Leading team tackier with an average of 13 (Continued on next page) President Darrell Brown, Secretary Mary Helen Bestenlehner, and Treasurer Judy Erpelding. The club plans to celebrate all Spanish holy days in the coming year in an appropriate manner. Making a pinata for Christmas and acknowledging Dec. 19 as the Feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe are among the activities planned for their bi-monthly meetings. - o - Members of the Catholic Students Mission Crusade are learning, through mission magazines such as "Glenmary's Challenge" and "The Shield**, about teens who are sacrificing their summers in order to help underprivileged children. "Glenmary's Challenge" relates the summers of America's youth lending a hand in the Head Start Program. President Johnson's new program gives teens a chance to help culturally deprived children prepare for first grade. "The Shield" for October and November reports on the experiences of two Chicago girls helping the Indian Missions in South Dakota. This issue also describes the activities of the 196566 Garrigan C.S.M.C. Heading toward Milwaukee, Wisconsin, for the Catholic Educational Press Congress, Nov. 11-13 will be Sister Mary Maun, OSF, Paula Dearchs, Sandy Elbert, Susan Elbert, and Karen Fuchsen. The convention, sponsored by the Catholic School Press Association and Marquette University College of Journalism, will carry out the theme "Growth in the Church and Understanding Vatican H." Speakers include faculty members from Marquette University, Mount Saint Joseph Academy, N. Y., and reporters from "The Milwaukee Journal", "The St. Louis Review", and "The Critic". ; . The G.H.S.er's will also take :-in the Marquette University Varsity - Freshman basketball game, a tour Milwaukee and of Cardinal Stritch CoJJege. Brother Lectures What will you choose? This was the question Brother Gregory Tarsch, SDS r asked Garrigan students in his vocation talks, Oct. 25 and 26. Brother Gregory, from Trinity Prep Seminary in Soulx City, encouraged students to think about their vocation in life, and to pray that they would choose the correct one for them, either married, religious, or single. Brother Gregory showed slides of the steps of Salvatorian preparation and the many occupational fields from which the brothers have chosen their work. He also had pictures of the schools and colleges conducted by the Salvatorians. ******************* THE STAR is published twice a month by the students of Garrigan High School, Algona, Iowa 50511. Editorial Board: Kathy Boudewyns, Ruth Cassel, Jean Kayser, Kathy Plathe. Cub Reporters: Mary Bonnstetter, Jim Bristow, Bonnie Dahlhauser, Paula Dearchs, Jackie Detrick, Mary Ann Eischen, Sandy Elbert, Karen Fuchsen, Jane Kohlhaas, Linda Nitchals, Rhonda Schuller. Photographer: Mark Adams. Advisor: Sister M. Maun, OSF. !****»***»********** BUI Reitajg Dick Mailer Mike Crotty Jack DanOuHuer Wayne FrMeres Mark Goet* Steve Kollasck Gene Lickteig Bob Schmitt Jim Youngwlrth

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