Alta Community High School - Cyclone Yearbook (Alta, IA)

 - Class of 1958

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BOOKKEEPING Front row: Ralph Watts, Arnie Axelson, Alvern Miller Second rowl Kathryn Sievcrt, Lorene Peterson, Jane Dreicr With :i Little Bit of Luck the seniors shared some wonderful times together, As the seniors were choosing their careers, they received a lot of information when they at- tended Career Day at Storm Lake. Many repre- sentatives from different colleges came to give them advice. Attending Skip Day was a lot of fun and also was very educational. Each senior receiv- ed a lot of information concerning the plans for their future, hut the decision rests on their shoul- ders. The social studies class took a trip to visit the Mental Institute in Cherokee, which made them realize the importance of the hospital to the men- tally ill. Office experience was an important part to the office practice students in helping them realize the duties of office work. The seniors. with the help of Mr. Fuller and some of the iuniors, worked very hard to complete the yearbook. The basketball boys attended the Bovs' State Tournament and all the girls attended the Girls' State Tournament in Des Moines. All these experiences help to play a part in the memories of the seniors' School Days. OFFICE PRACTICE Front row: Marlin Friedrich. Dick Schmidt Second row: Deanna Johnson, Jean Ann Morrison Third row: Paul Woodall, Darlene Speekeler

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CLASS OFFICERS dine 1VIC9-PI'6SICI8hI.j 7 1Secretary-Treasurery Senior Class Front row: Roger Peterson 4PresidentI, Jerry San- Second row: Jacque Otto fStudent Councill, Dorothy Friedrich 1Student Councill, Jennie Smith CHEMISTRY Sharon Lichtenberg, Judy Brown, Sara Ryherd, Gordon Strom, Charles Dahl, Robert Kindwall Glenn Hartman, Faith Oberg, Wendell Edson rStorm Lake lawyerl, Mary Ann Hinkeldev. Harlan Hogrefe. David Hadden SOCIAL STUDIES Visiting the Court 'loom SPONSORED BY THE PETERSON COMPANY



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GEOMETRY Junior Class Keith Smit, Michael Morrow, Marlin Cone. Robert Hinkeldey, Donald Peterson, Larry Lichtenberg "What is this Younger Generation Corning to ?" could very well be the theme song of the Juniors, for it is the one thing most said about them. Their many activities keep the Juniors on the run. At basketball games their expert management has kept the concession stand out of the red. Among their successes the Juniors count their three one- act plays, which were fun for all concerned, and the Junior-Senior Banquet. The banquet was really the high spot of the year and "social season." If it was lots of work, it was twice as much fun. In school the Juniors are most often seen as they hurry be- tween their numerous classes. Although a few brave Juniors are taking five subjects, most are taking only four. Included in their list of subjects are: geometry, where they have been learning how to figure out which is up mathematically: chemistry, here they learn the sanae chenncahyg shorthand, in this class, future secre- taries learn an essential part of their tradeg business law, an edu- cation for the students in their rights and obligations, bookkeep- ing, of course, teaches future bookkeepers how to keep their books, U. S. History, they have learned the history of the United States, and have seen how our democracy is kept running: typing is impor- tant for the secretary-to-be, but also any student finds it quite use- ful: and speech and American literature, they have learned their language, how to use it and how it is used. "Great Balls of Fire" it's lots of work and fun! SPONSORED BY LAKESHORE SUPER VALUE CLASS OFFICERS Front row: Gary Walton 4President1, Emma Jean Rasmussen 4Vice-President! Second row: Kathy Radke lSecretr.ry-Treasurerl, Judy Johnston qStudent Councilb, Paul Turnquist tStudent Councilj SHORTHAND Sandra Svendsen Sherrill Peterson Ruth Lletz Diane Schuler Martha Becker

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