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

 - Class of 1962

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lVIrs. Wa1do's Sixth Grade FRONT ROW: Ellen Grienke, Daniel Hollengren, Paul Peterson, Marsha Cox, Robert Anderson, Mrs. Waldo, Diane Florke, Kathleen Cacek, Robert Hogancamp, Michael Goosman, Darla VanPelt. SECOND ROW: Eugene Lichtenberg, Betty Oatman, Darlys Brechwald, Michael Binder, Linda Samuelson, Dennis Iosty, Daniel Stieneke, Diane Jesse, Kandace McDanel, Maren Johnson. Sixth Grade Activities Occupying every sixth grader's school days are the language arts treading, written and oral English, spelling, writingl, social studies fearly civilizations and the eastern hemispherej, arithmetic, science- health-safety, physical education, art, vocal music, and that cherished but soon taken away tradition-- recess. For many there are also instrumental lessons and Junior Band. .4 Miss Schue1ke's Sixth Grade ,- Spicing the curriculum are such activities as sci- ence experiments and demonstrations, talls by visi- tors to other countries, films, club meetings, musical programs, writing original verse, and creative art projects. Especially interesting has been the intro- duction of perspective in our drawings. There are also three annual parties with enter- tainment and refreshments planned and provided by the sixth graders. These are held on or near Hallo- - ween and Valentine's Day, and the day Christmas vacation begins. Two boys joined the sixth grade ranks during the school year--Richard Otto and Dennis Iosty. Roger Lundberg moved away. if FRONT ROW: David Boettcher, Danny Peterson, Claudina Grienke, Roger Lundberg, Miss Schuelke, Janice Molgaard, David Delbridge, Anthony Stille, Janet Sievert. SECOND ROW: Dennis Bruns, Karen Farestad, Anne Hansen, Marlin Weiland, James Cam- erer, Gregg Howard, Tom Gustafson, Mickey Rohlk, Robert Becker, Mark Johnston, Steve Johannesen.

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Mrs. Halverson' s Fifth Grade FRONT ROW: Linda Bruns, Ricky Meyer, Dennis Langner, Kathleen Fast, Kenneth Ryherd, Linda Peters, Charles Conard, Steven Schuler, Richard Carlson, Patty Peterson. SECOND ROW: Donna Hoops, Louis Anderson, Myron Murphy, Vicki Wolfe, Terry Binder, Mrs. Halverson, Dicky DeMan, Richard Bensen, Candace Norlin, John Hallengren, Janet Sinns. Fifth Grade Activities The Alta fifth grade groups have had several projects in correlation with the topics covered in the science and social studies subject areas. Reports were made on the planets, weather charts were completed, and biographical resumes were written about famous historical people who were so important in the forma- tion of our United States. Supplementary map study was provided in the usage of the Weekly Reader Map Skills booklets. In health, the study stressed both physical and men- tal health along with all of the aspects of safety. Boardwork was the most enjoyable feature of arithmetic classes. We had the addition, subtraction, and multiplication of three-place numbers and long division by two-place numbers. Measurement, time ' zone, and graph problems were also given. V The language arts program featured story reviews and dramatizations, book talks, group discussions, ',,'i L parliamentary procedure, dictionary usage, learning ,QEfg5Tf.g ,.,f N' the various parts of speech, and the development and L extension of the reading and spelling vocabulary. '4 . .-fa. fr - r- , Q 'f ,fgftg X, .W Mir. 1. . , x s ,f""' FRONT ROW: Dan Dailey, Diane Rehnstrom, Darrylin Holmes, Steven Movall, Randall Hill, Dianna Peterson, Lynn Peterson, Edward Anderson, Leon Peterson. SECOND ROW: Dianna Braunschweig, Norma Johnson, David Hanson, Maren West, Gary Bruns, Alvern Friedrich, Greg Mangold, Steven Mallison, Alan Chindlund, Frank Halverson. Tl-HRD ROW: Mary Christensen, Stanley Movall, Lee Meyer, James Mallison, Kathleen Ander- son, Sherleen Clausen, Rodney Bruns, Gary Christiansen, Virgil Peterson, Bruce Edwards, Mr. Thieman. Mr. Thieman's Fifth and Sixth Grade



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Seventh l Grade l l l FRONT ROW: Kathryn Magnuson QPresidentj, William Dahl fVice-Presidentj, Ricky Parker i fSecretary-Treasurerj. ' SECOND ROW: Bobby Kristensen, Jayne Buckingham, Charles Movall, Trudy Greene,Gary Molgaard, David Kjolhede, Douglas Hansen, Keith Pierson, Louise Friedrichsen, Nelda Herz- 1 berg, Dee Ann Pedersen, Carol Edwards, Ida Sievert. THIRD ROW: Jean Sievert, Dana Johnson, Robert Baugh, Robert Peterson, Cindy Schuler, Bernita Bruns, Sandra Banta, Brian Walsh, Becky Christensen, Janice Dorr, Ranae Poller, Larry Steffes. FOURTH ROW: Nancy Sassman, Gail Huseman, Janis Peterson, James Hansen, Douglas Sher- man, Robert Jensen, Douglas Mortensen, Steven Jimmerson, Jayne Launderville, Dennis Fast, Candis Kjolhede, John Rydstrom, Marsha Friedrich. FIFTH ROW: Barbara Grieme, Christine Conard, William Eriksen, Margaret Nordstrom, Mi- chael Ingram, Ordell Weiland, John DeMan, Judy Huseman, Debra Hansen, Donna Erickson, Pamela Christophersen, Peter Nielsen, Phyllis Swanson. junior Band This year's Junior Band numbered sixty-six mem- bers, the largest it has ever been. A marching band was formed and rehearsed for the first nine weeks of school. Linda McGowan was the drum majorette and her assistant was Shari Christensen. The highlight of their fall season was the halftime appearance at our last home football game. Seventy-eight fifth, sixth, seventh, and eighth graders competed in the annual Junior High and Grade School Solo Contest held in Storm Lake on March 9. A spring concert was given by the Junior Concert Band. Seventh Grade Cheerleaders Ida Sievert Becky Christensen Margaret Nordstrom Candis Kjolhede Trudy Greene Besides Mr. Schive, their regular director, the band had two other conductors. Mr. James Inman and Mr. Melvin Dewey worked with the band for eight weeks. They are student teachers from Buena Vista College in Storm Lake. We enjoyed having them with us. 5

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