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I-'rom row: Durlr-no Speckctc-r, Jean Ann Morrison, Dx-anna Johnson, Judy Brown
S1-cond row: Shnron Pattvrson, Judy Erickson, Frances Dahl, Diane Holtz, Dorxs Johnson, Carolyn Lax'-
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Third row: Put Pollard. Susan Mangold, Daphne Holmes, Carmen Nikoley, Mary Huseman, Linda Cone
Fourth row: Carolyn Stills-, Karen Llehz. Nancy Kinclwall, Allce Noble, Dxane Schuler, Laverne Lichten-
bvrg, Susan Norton
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Front row: Miss Kundel lSponsorh, Sharon Lichtenberg lTreasurer3, Jacque Otto tPresidentD,
Sandra Svendsen 4Vice-presidentl, Connie Lichtenberg tSecretaryI
Second row: Sherrill Peterson, Janet Peterson Faith Oberg, Carole Walton
Third row: Sharon Huseman, Sara Ryherd, Carol Johnson, Janet Swanson, Jennie Smith
Fourth row: Annette Schmidt, Karen Ankerson, Donna. Becker, Martha Becker,xMary Louise
The Alta FHA Chapter is affiliated with the state and
national FHA organization made up of high school girls
studying home economics. The Alta advisors for the year were
Miss Kundel tHome Economics teacherl, and Mrs. Carl A.
Otto tclub motherl. The flower, a red rose, and the colors
are red and white which symbolize the innocence and the de-
termination of youth.
The Alta Chapter began their year's activities in Septem-
ber by welcoming their new members at a watermelon party
Then came the district convention where Mary Louise
Otto of Alta served as district president and Connie Lichten-
berg was installed as the district recreation chairman for
Along with the regular meetings, other activities for the
year included the formal Christmas dance, the installation of
officers held at a PTA meeting, and a sock hop after a basket-
ball game. Attending state convention, observing national
FHA week, serving adult night school lunches, and sponsor-
ing the annual Spring Style Show.
Four new officers were added to the executive council.
Assistant officers were appointed to enable younger members
to develop leadership abilities.
Through their activities and program of work the girls
look Toward New Horizons and face the future confidently
as Future Homemakers of America.
SPONSORED BY MELANDER'S GAMBLE STORE
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Front row: Dennis Otto 1Reporterb, Ralph Watts 4Sentine1l, Merle Larson 1Secreta.ryb, Burton Johnson
tPresidentr, Harlan Hogrefe 1Vice-Presidenb, Jerry Otto qTreasurerb, Marvin Polzien 1Advisory
Second row: Melvin Molgaard, Vernon Hoops, Phillip Stokes, Mike Langlet, Merlin Ryherd, Richard
Third row: Bill Huseman, Loren Winterhof, Paul Koth, Arne Axelson, Clem LeDoux
Fouxth row: Eugene Peterson, Alvern Miller, Terry Ingram, Kent Huseman, Joe Syndergaard, Ordell
The Alta Chapter is composed of 27 members.
This year we initiated 11 greenhands and 4 chap-
ter members. We have one Iowa Farmer, James
Otto, and we have another boy trying for the de-
gree this year. He is Burton Johnson.
The 1957-58 officers were President Burton
Johnson: Vice-President Harlan Hogrefeg Secretary
Merle Larson, Treasurer Jerry Ottog Reporter
Dennis Otto, and Sentinel Ralph Watts.
Our advisor, Mr. Polzien, is a 1956 graduate
of Iowa State College. He has helped a great deal
in making a success from a slowly dieing FFA.
Harlan Hogrefe had our chapter chain sow
this year. We received 6 hogs which sold for a
average of 20 cents a pound.
In December we harvested our corn. We sold
the corn to Barney Kindwall. Later the chapter
picked up the corn which the picker missed, we
then sold this corn to Burton Johnson.
Burton Johnson represented the Alta Chapter
at Sioux City. He toured through the stock yards
and appeared on the nightly T.V. market show.
The Chapter held a Parent-Son Banquet Feb-
ruary 28. About 70 attended the banquet with
Burton Johnson as master of ceremonies. The
chapter took their own movie which they showed
Our Parliamentary Procedure team and ex-
temporaneous speaker survived the Sub-District
contest. In the Northwest District contest both
groups ranked very near the top.
In- judging work this year the chapter also
rated very high. At the Sioux City four-state
judging contest, Alta's team composed of Burton
Johnson, Merle Larson, Jerry Otto, and Clem Le-
doux received a total of 27,964 points out of a total
of 32,000 Jerry Otto placed third in the swine
In general our chapter has improved very
much in the past year due to the help of our advisor
and by the cooperation of our member.
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