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

 - Class of 1959

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Pep Club Front row: Doris R. Johnson. Mary Huse- man. Connie Lichtenberg, Linda Cone, Margaret Turnquist Second row: Daphne Holmes, Alice Noble 1PresidentI. Ruth Lietz 4Vice-Pres- identv, Karen Kraemer 4Secretary- Treasurern, Miss Edmondson 1Advis ers Third row: Suzann Syndergaard, Sherrill Peterson. Sally Carpenter, Janet Pe- terson, Frances Dahl Fourth row: Eleanor Remillard. Carole Walton, Karen Lietz, Sharen Huse- man, Judy Ericksen Fifth row: Linda Sandine, Barbara Gus- tafson, Nancy Pedersen. Virginia Fredericks, Diane Holtz Sixth row: Karen Hartman, Sandra Svendsen, Karen Ankerson, Janet Swanson, Darlys Anderson Seventh row: Marcia Hutton, Nancy Kind- v.'all. Carolvn Stille 1- ., I , I I J Q 4 l PEP CLUB ACTIVITIES A,Pep Club was organized' at the beginning of the basketball season this year. Our purpose is to promote better sportsmanship and school spirit. In order to be in the pep club the girls must at- tend every home game at which they must wear white blouses, dark skirts, and beanies. The officers are: Alice Noble, Presidentg Ruth Lietz, Vice-President: Karen Kraemer, Secretary- Treasurer. Some of our activities this year have included such things as making pom poms, pep signs and post- ers, and also keeping up to date the schedule sign in the gym. Doris M. Johnson, Sally Carpenter, Sheila Krenzien, Beverly Hanson, Janet Peters. Linda Sandiney Sharen Huseman, Dianne Schuler, Donna Becker, Martha Becker, Mary Louise Otto, Janet Swanson. An nette Schmidt. Marilyn Murphy, Janet Smith, Judy Jones. Lizabeth Peters, Eleanor Remillard Sharon Patterson, and Susan Mangold Qkneeling on the floorb CYCLONETTES Q Q

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i' '1 Front row: Miss Edmondson 1AdviserI, Nancv Kindwall fsecretaryi, Ruth Lietz 1Presidentv, Connie Lich- tenberg IVice'PresidentI, Connie Langlet 4Treasurerm Second ww' Suzann Syndergaard, Uarlvs Anderson. Karen Banta, Barbara Gustafson, Susan Mangold, Daphne Holmes. Karen Lietz, LaVerne Lichtenberg, Sandra Svendsen, Susan Norton. Tyanne Pierson, JoAnn Warren, Carmen Nikoley' Third row' Janet Swanscn, Marcia Hutton, Mary Louise Otto, Karen Ankerson. Donna Becker, Martha Becker, Dianne Schuler, Kathy Radke, Alice Noble, Carolyn Stille, Carol Johnson GRA ACTIVITIES GRA this year consisted of fifty-six members. Of- fcers elected were: Ruth Lietz, Presidentg Connie Lichtenberg, Vice-President, Nancy Kindwall, Secre- tary, and Connie Langlet, Treasurer. Our sponsor, Miss Edmondson has worked hard to make GRA much more active than it was last year. Activities for the year started with a round robin volleyball tournament. The Juniors won the series. They won all four of the games they played. The bas- ketball tournmaent was also won by the Juniors. League bowling was one of two new activities started this year. Teams were set up and competed against each other for the title. The trampoline team was the second addition. The girls worked toward performing at basketball games during next year's season. The senior girls again at- tended the Girls' Basketball Tournament in Des Moines. Extra outside activities included a dance and playday. Aurelia, Storm Lake, and Cherokee were in- vited to spend a day with us in fun. i X 1 4 Front row: Sharon Patterson, Nancy Pedersen, Eleanor Remillarcl, Judy Jones, Margaret, Turnquist Llza beth Peters, Virginia Fredericks, Sally Carpenter, Doris M. Johnson Second row: Linda Sandine. Janet Smith, Janet Peters, Diane Holtz. Linda Cone, Mary Huseman Jean gold. Janet Peterson, Clara Rydstrom, Karen Hartman Third row Karen Kraierner. Frances Dahl, Sheila Krenzien, Doris R. Johnson, Sherrill Peterson Judith Johnston, Jane Endreson, Beverly Hanson, Carole Walton



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Dan Tennyson lboy genius? - - Norman Peterson Junior Closs Play I Doris R. Johnson, Janet Swanson. Clayton Porter, Gordon Radke l-'mont :ou Kent Huseman, Claxton Porter, Dave Friedrich. Gordon Radke .xlr Hlfxllllllh lDll'ECl0li' Second row Janet Swanson, Karen Ankerson, Darlys Anderson. Karen Kraelner. Donna Becker 'l'hn'd xou Doris R. Johnson, Connie LlClllPlll?l'l'l,i Fourth tow' Dennis Otto. Kenneth Qlnrk, Norman Peterson, Malvern Huseman The action of the play centered around the trials and tribulations in the life of Dan Tennyson played by Norman Peterson. Dan, a young genius, was the son of a psychology professor iG0rdy Radke? who helped Dan to develop into a mental giant. Even JUNIOR PLAY CAST Linda Barnard tthe principals daughter and Dan's girl? ' ' - - - Karen Kraemer Jackie Tennyson lDan's pesky brother? - ------- Malvern Huseman Jeannie Wilson fJackie's girl? - Karen Ankerson Margaret Tennyson lmother of the two boys? - -------- Janet Swanson Roger Tennyson lprofessor and father of the two boysl ----- Gordon Radke Walter P. Latherby fsoap manufacturer! - - - - - - - - - Kenny Quirk Puff lhrawny, but brainless athlete? - David Friedrich Arthur Barnard lschool principal? - Clayton Porter Miss Baker ffussy school teacher? - Doris R. Johnson Carla Carlson fPuffs' girl? - Connie Lichtenberg Rhodera la colorful, colored maid? - Darlys Anderson Dr. Van Barf la psychiatrist! - - - Dennis Otto Miss Booth 48 newspaper reporter? - Donna Becker Policeman ------- Kent Huseman though Dan had a fantastically capable mind, he was troubled by many social problems. Exactly opposite were the difficulties of Puff lDave Friedrichl, the schools star athlete. Unless he was able to raise his grades sufficiently, he would be declared ineligible for the conference track meet. Eventually the two boys found a way to help each other out. Dan "volunteered" to tutor Puff if Puff's friends would agree to assist him socially. The girls, played by Karen Kraemer, Karen Ankerson, and Con- nie Lichtenberg, decided to go along with the plan. Although this arrangement included hypnosis, dancing lessons, I.Q. tests, a class pin and parsnips, everything culminated successfully. Donna Becker, Dave Friedrich, Kent Huseman Karen Kraemer, Norman Peterson

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