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Page 18 text:
Front row: David Boettcher, Danny Peterson, Michael Rohlk, Mark Johnston, Stanley
Second row: Janet Sievert, Diane Florke, Kathleen Cacek, Marsha Cox, Ellen Grienke
Third row: Maren Johnsen, Rebecca Stille, Linda Samuelson, Diane Jesse, Kandace Mc-
Danel, Anne Hansen
Fourth row: Alberta Andersen, Marlin Weiland, Robert Becker, James Core, Betty Oat-
The second grader's mind is full of "Young Ideas" and the student
has a genuine interest and desire to read. The children complete three
text-books that are accompanied by work-books and in addition read
four supplementary readers,
We aim to achieve in arithmetic further understanding of the
meanings and relationships of numbers. Here they learn combinations
up to eighteen. They learn number names and their meanings, value
of money up to fifty cents, and measures.
First Steps in English are the language readiness books. Its pur-
pose is to initiate the pupils into an awareness of language concepts and
the correct usage in written and oral English.
Social studies help the children to develop independence and in
solving problems involved in group living. Hello David and Someday
Soon are the two text-books used in this course.
Front row: Steve Moval, Danny
Hallengren, Bobby Hogan-
camp, David Delbridge,
Seoond row: Claudina Grienker-
Janice Molgaard, Marcene
Peterson, Margaret John-
son, Darlys Brechwald
Third row: Maren West, Linda
Clough, Martha Hanson,
Mike Binder, Danny Sti-
eneke, Gregory Howard
Fourth row: Robert Anderson,
Torrmy Gustafson, James
Camerer, Steven Johan-
nesen, Eugene Lichten-
berg, Mrs. Jarvis
THE PETERSON COMPANY
Page 17 text:
Front row: Thomas Oherg, Charles Mo
vall, Keith Pierson, Gary Molgaarc'
Second row: Jayne Buckingham. Cyn-
thia Schuler, Kathryn Magnuson,
Trudy Greene, Glenda Walsh
Third row: Larry Steffes, Randy Rich-
man, David Sins. Billy Erikseu,
Bobby Jensen, Peter Nielsen, Miss
Fourth row: Gail Huseman, Candis
Kjolht-de, Dr-lira Hansen, Phyllis
Swanson, Christine Cunard
luu...,.......s A. ...M
NORTHWEST IOWA LIVESTOCK EXCHANGE
L. J. PETERSON, Jeweler
"School days, school days, wonderful golden
rule days. Readin', ritin' and 'rithmetic . . ." This
song typifies the work in third grade. The third
graders became more independent readers and
stories read came to life as they were dramatized.
Parents were invited to share a trip to storyland.
Along with reading the students learned to divide
words into syllables, tell which syllable is accented
in a word, and how to use prefix and suffixes.
Writing good sentences and friendly letters
and learning good telephone manners were topics
of interest in English.
Arithmetic found them progressing rapidly as
they learned to "carry" in addition, "borrow" in
subtraction, and multiply and divide by three. Tell-
ing time, counting money, and working with
measurements were also accomplished.
Activities correlated with social studies in-
cluded a Toy Centerville, Model Grocery Store,
Post Office, Indian Village, Book Clubs, Bird Feed-
ing Station, Tape recording sessions, and visits to
Peterson's Store, Alta Co-op Creamery, Post Of-
fice, and library.
Front row: Douglas Hansen, Billy Dahl,
Dana Johnson, Bobby Kristensen,
Second row: Ida Sievert, Mary Ann Olsen,
Ranae Poller, Jean Sievert, Becky
Third row: Jane Launderville, Barbara
Grieme, Margaret Nordstrom, Judy
Huseman, Donna Erickson. Pamela
Christensen, Mrs, Rasmussen
Fourth row: Brian Walsh, Sandra Banta,
Douglas Mortensen, Nancy Sassman,
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Front row: Russel Post., Jimmy Oatmnn, Ronnie Mortensen, Bruce Nelson
Second row: Nornni Heckfleld, Llzii Sandlne, Janet Sinns, Alyce Witzke, Linda Bruns
Third rowg Steven Walsh, Rnyynond Chase, Lawrence Ahart, Terry Binder, Steven
Strom, Johnnie Hullengren
Fourth row: Linda Peters, Dari Holmes, Charles Conard, Jan Kjolhede, Kathy Peter-
Absent.. Milo Hustedt, Teddy Mann
As in the song "Little Child" the first graders
are full of questions and eagerness. They enjoyed
their first experiences in learning to read. In the
fall, leaves were gathered and properly classified.
Using food models they soon discovered the im-
portanee of a good breakfast. They learned many
things about the train, cars and the important part
they play in our lives. In the spring beans, car-
rots, radishes, onions, and flowers were planted in
Front row: Leon Peterson, Steven Schuler,
Kenneth Ryherd, Richard Carlson,
Second row' Diane Sievert, Ellen Clough,
Donna Hoops, Shirley Hallengren,
Thlrtt row: Claudia Olsen, Gayle Barr.
Vickie Brueggert, Ardell Erickson,
Candy Norlln, Ramona Stllle
Fourth row: Roland Richman, Louis
Anderson, Mike Petersen, Richard
Benson, Myron Murphy, Miss Ander-
THE PETERSON COMPANY
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