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She Lives On... 4-Algona (la.) Upper Des Maine* Life's accomplishments live on even in death. Students and faculty of Garrigan will not easily forget Sister Mary Sarah, OSF. To them she was the quiet little sister whose steady pace carried her silently through the halls each day. To the students, she was the Latin teacher who didn't seem to need a book; whose bits of added information made Latin easier to understand. To the faculty, Sister Sarah was the teacher who was always willing to lend a helping hand yet asked nothing in return; the sister who had taught at Garrigan since the day it began. To Garrigan parents, she was the sister who always knew everyone; who had a friendly smile and greeting for everyone she met. No, death cannot destroy the image of a good life. Sister Sarah will live on for all those who knew her. Band, Chorus Anticipate Tall Corn Festival at SCI STA* Garrigan High School Algona, Iowa, 50511 Tuesday, January 24, 1967 North Central Association Evaluates School Curriculum, Records, Layout Tall Corn Is the name of the music festival at the State College of Iowa in Cedar Falls. Garrigan's band and chorus will be represented on Feb. 18, and Mar. 4, respectively. Top members from North Iowa bands will play in the concert that evening. The affair will consist of a Blue Band, Freshmen and Sophomores, and a Gold Band, Juniors and Seniors. Guest conductor will be Mr. Don Gil- liSjComposer and conductor from New York. The State College orchestra will also present a concert in the evening. Two GHS quartets will be entered and are working on "Down in Galilee" by Floyd and "Sing unto God" by Handel. During the evening the quartets will perform in the Gold Choir, an advanced group, which Sister Mary Dominica, PBVM, feels will give students more competition. Representing Garrigan at the first North Central Iowa Bandmaster's Association in Clear Lake, Jan. 14, were Diane Bode, Director Lists Cast Sister Mary Dominica, PBVM, announced the cast of Garrigan's operetta, MY FAIR LADY. The dual cast chosen for the main parts are as follows: Professor Higgins - John ttunilton and Bob Nichols; Pickering Glenn Elbert and Steve Walker; DooJittle - John Forbes; Freddy- Bill Obrecht; Carpathy - Ron Gilbride; Eliza - M:iry Foleyand Ruth McEnroe; Mrs. Pierce Bonnie Dahlhauser; Mrs. Higgins - Connie Borman and Phyllis Lichter. The supporting cast will be announced at a later date. GHS Observes Student Council Mock Meeting Student Council members of GHS attended a mock student council meeting presented by AHS student council officers at AHS. The organization and functions of Algona's council were explained to the GHS members. The meeting took place last Tuesday, Jan. 17. GHS student council members attending the meeting were Richard Muller, Glenn Elbert, Patricia Loebig, Kathy Plathe, Kathy Boudewyns, Fran Goecke and Tom Black. Members of Algona's council presenting the meeting were Rich Black, Connie Darbyshire, Phyllis Moulton, Jeff Allen and Barb Knudsen. Rich Black, president of Algona High's council, presided over the meeting. Mary Ann Eischen, Sue Nelson, Kathy Plathe and Steve Walker. They participated in a 220-plece concert that evening directed by Mr. Frank Piersol, band director at the State University of Iowa. Auditions for chair placement were first on the agenda followed by practice sessions and the evening concert. Mr. Norbert Rezac, GHS band director accompanied the five and attended the business meetings held during the day. Five Capture 4-H Offices Skits, speeches and campaign gimmicks were aids as five GHS students captured 4-H sounty offices on Dec. 29 in the AHS auditorium. Despite the fact that both GHS and AHS were participating in the Basketball Clinic, scheduled for the same time, there was a large crowd present to elect Judy Berger and Tony Muehe as presidents, Marilyn Roethler as vice-president and Linda and Mike Nitchals as historians. These five along with three other newly elected officers assumed their first responsibility on Jan. 14, conducting the Officers' Training School at St. John's,Bancroft. Bits 'n Pieces - Garrigan High School will undergo a thorough examination by North Central Association of Secondary Schools and Colleges Feb. 1,2,3. The purpose of the Association's visit is to analyze and evaluate the school and then offer suggestions on how to improve the system. Father Cecil Friedmann, superintendent, emphasized Wednesday that the visit by North Central has absolutely nothing to do with accrediting the high school as Garrigan has been fully accredited since 1961. The 15 member team, headed by Dr. Ross A. Nielsen of State Teachers College at Cedar Falls, will arrive at 3:30 p.m. Wednesday and be taken on a complete tour of the school. The team will also be guests of the faculty, pastors and steering committee of the parents club for dinner at 6:30 in the cafeteria. The team will have their headquarters in Room 17. Their duties will include visiting Dancers Work for Operetta Jim Fickbohm, Pat Loebig, Jack Dahlhauser, Becky Lickteig, Kenny Fuchsen and Nancy Muller practice the Ascot Gavotte for the operetta MY FAIR LADY. Mary Ann Erpelding '64 is instructing the students. Mr. Rezac, band instructor, is enjoying the process. (Photo by Sandy Elbert) Radio Classes To Home School will be brought into Claudia Sherman's home this week. Each of Claudia's classes has been installed with an inter-corn system. Claudia has been in the hospital since before Christmas and will now be able to catch up on her studies. Memory Devices A film about computer memory devices will be shown to the Math Club on Jan. 30. The half hour film is presented by the Bell Telephone Company. Menu Contest "Terrific," exclaims Sister Lawrence Marie, PBVM, about the Menu Planning Contest sponsored by the Fleischmann's Yeast Company. Foods classes will submit one-week's menu plan for an average family of four with accompanying recipes for all dishes. Judging will be on both a state and national level representing 3 branches of home economics: education, utilities .and media. They evaluate the practicality, originality, appetite. appeal, quality neatness. of recipes and Editors Completing the required semester of Journalism, 13 students became full-fledged reporters for THE STAR. Two reporters per issue will accept the responsibility of co-editorship during the third quarter. First to experience the bimonthly challenge are Susan and Sandra Elbert, juniors. Lost and Found Three French students rer cently got lost when classroom' changes were made. Pat Proth- man, John Vigdal and Jeanne 1 Marie Zender were found (after an extensive search by the two Deans) in of all places, the study hall. Blazing Away Blazers have been distributed to the five coaches and according to Mr. Kramer "they are really sharp." The blazers are a bright golden color set off by a black emblem which was designed by the art department. Go, Go f GOLD Get A Garrigold Have you noted the hurry and scurry of yearbook staff members as they plan section line up, picture ideas and write copy? They have been working on the 1967 Garrigold using more features and photos than ever before, according to Sister Mary Deborah, PBVM, advisor. Why don't you get in on the action and put in your $5 order for the 19 67 Garrigold now? Sales will continue until Jan. 27. classes, checking files and examining records. All members of the North Central Association come from state and Catholic colleges and public and parochial high schools. A North Central team ivill analyze Garrigan once in every seven years. Cage Corner — Garrigan Eyes Diocesan Crown BY STEVE REDING The Garrigan Golden Bears began their bid for a third Diocesan Championship when ,they met St. Edmonds at Fort >odge, Sunday night. The win- .er of this game then meets the inner of the Carroll Kuemper - lioux City Heelan game. Garrigan and Hoelan should be rated as co-favorites because of their records and also important, their rankings in the latest U. P. L poll which ranks Garrigan ninth with Heelan receiving a number of votes but not quite enough to get a spot among the top ten. This marks the first time in years Heelan has been in the tournament; it is now playing ba- cause of the Diocesan rearrangements. The Boars seem ready for the tournament as, to date, they have won ten in a row. This features their victory over St. Johns of Bancroft, in which the Bears shattered their school scoring mark by hitting 104 points; the old record was 92. • ••••••••••••••••«•c #• Garrigan's annual Mardi Gras Dance will take place on Feb. 7 at the K.C. Hall. The student council members are sponsoring the stag dance with music provided by a stereo. »•••••••••••«••-•(*•••••< 'Curses, Foiled Again 1 The roving STAR reporters appeared on the scene with this question: "What are the New Year's resolutions you have already broken?" Sister Michael: To tease Sister Maun twice as much as last year. Sister Maun: Pleads the fifth amendment. Pat Schiltz: To help stamp out teachers. I've been unsuccessful. Coach Cooper: I never break 'em 'cause I never make 'em. Steve KoUasch: Notme'.neverl Sister Deborah: I never make them; I'm perfect. Jim Hickey: I vowed I wouldn't work again, but I am now a chemistry assistant. Sister Dominica: I was going to be much more tolerant and patient, but, irritated by the chorus, especially those tenors, I have failed. Tom McGuire: To go to bed before 9. Sister Alfred: I was going to chop off everybody's head; I broke it, of course. Father Zeman: None to my knowledge. Mike Schiltz, Jack Muller, Jim Lallier, Mike Welp, Steve Erpelding and Jerry Plathe: We weren't going to shave until the Bears were defeated. Sister Marie: O horrors I To stamp out roving reportersl * * * Co-editors - Sandy Elbert and Susan Elbert Reporters - Mary Bonnstetter, James Bristow, Bonnie Dahlhauser, Paula Dearchs, Jackie Detrick, Mary Ann Eischen, Karen Fuchsen, Jane Koolhaas, Rae Ann KoUasch, Linda Nitchals and Rhonda Schuller. Cub Reporters - Christine Obrecht and Stephen Reding.