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Page 60 text:
The snappy Alta Marching Band under the
baton of Majorette Carol Radke gave many enjoy-
able performances and did many formations for
the spectators during half time at all the home
On October 14, the Marching Band lead the
homecoming parade and played during the rally
downtown. They also performed at the Buena Vista
Homecoming parade in Storm Lake on October 8.
State Marching Band Contest was held at
Storm Lake on October 15 with Alta Marching
Band taking part. They received a Division II rat-
Concert Band and Mixed Chorus then began
preparations for the annual Christmas program,
which was given on December 14. It was Christ-
mas In White. Various ensembles presented some
enjoyable numbers also.
Spectators enjoyed the playing of the Pep
Band at the home basketball games.
Three members of our band with Mr. Schive
journeyed to Sioux City and played in a 270 piece 1
band at George Allee Gymnasium on February 4. GIRLS TRIU
Tri-School Music Festival was held in Alta this Kathryn Sievert, Lneinda Robbins, Lynette Merdiek
year. The Concert Bands and Mixed Choruses of
Aurelia, Albert City and Alta took part in the festival. Practice was held in the afternoon and at night a fine
two hour concert under the directorship of Mr. Forbes of Sibley and MF- Bell of StO1'1'f1 Lake WHS given.
State Music Contest for small groups and soloists was held at Paullina this year on April 6 and 7, Those
who received first ratings in the instrumental division were: PIANO SOLO: Karen Stille. CHAMBER GROUP
OF WOODWINDS: Karen Stille, Susan Norton, Robert Hartman.
Second ratings were received by: Clarinet Quartet, Clarinet Trio CAD, Clarinet Trio CBJ, Piano Solo,
Robert Hartman: Clarinet Solos, Karen Stille, Susan Norton, Trombone Quartet, Bass Clarinet Solo, Rob-
ert Hartmanng Woodwind Trio.
Those receiving III ratings were: Brass Quartet CAD, Brass Quartet CBJ, Saxophone Quartet, EUPh0HiL1m
Baritone, Darryl Frantzg Trombone Solo, Gary Walton.
In the vocal department division II ratings were received by: Treble Voice CLowl, Carol Radkei Treble
Voice CMediuml, Jennie Ann Smithg Tenor Solos, Dean Peters, Richard Lund: Baritone Solos, Darryl Frantz,
Gary Waltong Double Mixed Quartet CAJ, Double Mixed Quartet CBJ, Sextet, Boys' Double Quartet.
Those receiving III ratings were: Girls' Sextet, Treble Voice CHighJ, Karen Stille, Deanna Brechwald,
Sandra Svendseng Treble Voice CMediu'ml, Lynette Mordick, Marlene Murphyg Treble Voice CLowJ, Mary
Ann Hinkeldey, Faith Obergg Bass Solos, Ronald Murphy, Ray Grienke, Howard Lietzg Tenor Solos, Larry
Pctersong Girls' Quartet, Mixed Quartet CAD, Mixed Quartet CBJ, Boys' Quartet CAD, Boys' Quartet CBJ.
Concert Band. Mixed Chorus, small groups and soloists gave a Spring Concert on April 24. Concert
Band, Mixed Chorus, Girls' and Boys' Glee Clubs competed in the Contest May 5 at Mapleton. This con-
cludes another year in which a great number of our students participated in our Music Departments.
Front Row: Bonnee Lauridsen, Susan Norton, Don Swanson, Carol Johnson, Sharon Lichtenberg, Joan Jarvis,
Second Row: Herbert Johnson, Leland Molgaard, Marlin Friedrich, Doris Johnson, Dennis Radke, Kenneth Pagel,
Emma Jean Rasmussen, Dennis Brechwald,
Third Row: Judy Johnston, Sandra Braley, Jacqueline Otto, Barbara Hanson, Jane Dreier, Lorene Peterson,
Kathryn Sievert, Mr. Schive qDirectorl, Bill McDonald, Darryl Frantz, Robert Kindwall, Gary Walton,
Roland Carlson, Dean Peters.
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