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Page 14 text:
"You Are My Special Angel," the little girl
told one of the safety patrol boys. This probably
tells how most of the small children feel about
the safety patrol.
The safety patrol boys are on the job every
afternoon in all kinds of Weather are special
angels. They see that the younger children get on
the correct bus, are not running between buses,
and try to prevent accidents.
The boys are volunteers interested in promot-
ing safety. They elect from among themselves a
lieutenant and captain who work together in as-
signing boys to the buses and getting substitutes
if someone is absent.
There are two boys who take care of putting
up the school stop sign and blockades each morn-
ing and evening.
"Let's Make Music" is the thought ii every-
one's mind when they belong to the Junior Band.
The main goal of the Junior Band is to fur-
ther young students in their ability to play togeth-
er as a unit, and to explore and play compositions
written for the band. Here students are first
taught to listen to the other instruments and learn
to blend their sound with the others.
The Junior Band consists of sixth, seventh and
eighth grade students. Before a student can enter
Junior Band, he must satisfactorily complete an
elementary method book and have played his in-
strument for at least one year. Some exceptions
are made to this rule, as in the case of older Jun-
ior High students who have progressed more rap-
idly than younger beginners.
Each year usually in February, the Junior
Band presents their annual concert. This year the
concert was February 18.
Front row: Lizabeth Peters. Jean Mangold, Nathan Peterson, Janet Porter, Peggy Kindwall, Pat Stokes,
Colleen Samuelson, Ruth Peterson, Sally Carpenter
Second row: Diane Nielsen, Sharon Bell, Beverly Lietz, Kathy Hunt, Karen Hartman, Janet Smith, David
Warren, Daniel Oberg, Wayne Halverson, Linda Sandine, Ronnie Peterson, Doug Patten
Third row: Beverly Sussman, Janelle Goettsch, Cynthia Benna, Janet Peterson, James Mackay, Dean
Brechwald, Marilyn Murphy, Clayton Conard
Standing: Candace Anderson, Margaret Turnquist, Jo Ann Warren. Tom Wall, David Anderson, Mr. Schive
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Junior lligh is truly "The Birth of tho Blues" be-
rausr- it is a pt-riod of "growing up" and preparation
for high si-hool, It means longvr school hours, extra
homo work, and bigger assignmonts. Sevvn or eight
zwzicli-'niiz' subjects are taught hy Mr. Grec-nv and Mrs.
Waldo, who 4-xp:-ct that upon completion of two years'
work in Jr. lligh that all students attain the desired
lf-vi-l to qualify for high school entrance.
To offsr-t the additional work and "growing
Bains," the studvnts have several enjoyable new ex-
pi-i'i4-nc-vs. Tha- boys, coachod hy Mr. Hammond. par-
tiripato in Compvtitive foothalland basketball games
with other srhool, Pop meetings are held prior to
games and art- lr-d hy four cheerleaders. The pep hand
is roniposvd of .Iunior High students. Thr- girls enjoy
It-arning things about sewing, cooking, good grooming,
hahy-sitting, and family living from Miss Kundel, the
llomo lic-onomics ti-arher.
As tht- song "Birth of tho Blur-s" portains to the
birth of a song, so do tho Jr. High activities. Some of
it may ho hard and sevm tiring to the students hilt
thvy will always romemhf-r them and memories will
hr- a song in their hearts.
Alta 20 Chorokoe 43
Alta 32 Holstein 30
Alta 36 Aurelia 23
Alta 28 Sioux Rapids 18
Alta 52 Holstein 27
Alta 35 Storm Lake 33
Alta 26 Cherokee 41
Alta 30 Aurolia 13
Alta 40 Storm Lake 18
Carter, Marilyn Murphy
Front row: Willard West, Robrrt Sulli
Second row: Louise Murray, Candace
van, John Nordstrom, Ronnie Peterson, Philip Andersen,
Anderson, Tom Johnston 4Vice-Presidc-ntl, Linda Larsen
Dahl, Janrt Porter
Third row: Ann Ledoux, Julic' Grigg, Judy Coombs, Ruth Peterson, Patricia Stokes, Lani Siglin
Beverly Lietz, Vicky Hansen
Fourth row: Peggy Kindwall, Bonita Johnson. Dean Brechwald, Eldon Poller. Garry Belcher. Mary
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Front row: Laurel Lichtenberg. Dean Brechwald, David Warren,
Roger Anderson, Stanley Fredericks. Jun Mackay,
Second row: Miko Johnston, David Johnson, Mike Stille, Ed
Millard, Gary Peterson, Doug Patten, John Soderquist
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Front row: David Andersen, Billy Matzdorff, Jimmy Turnquist, Bobby
Williams, Larry Hansen
Second row: Cynthia Benna, Kathy Hunt, Colleen Samuelson, Janelle
Goettsch, Rita Saathoff, Sharon Bell
Third row: Marlowe Poller, Tom Cone, Clayton Connrd, Don Holmes,
Dennis Coombs, Tom Huseinan, Wayne Halverson. Miss Vermeer
Fourth row: Diane Nielsen, Diane Hogrefe, Linda Schuelke, Susan Grieme.
Beverly Sassman, Judy Anderson
"Whistle While You Work" is the motive of all
fifth and sixth graders. In fifth grade the students
read stories of other children, famous people, and
fairy tales. They read many interesting things about
our country - how it grew from a wilderness into a
strong nation, After studying communications they en-
joyed a trip to the newspaper office to observe how
our papers are printed. While the fifth graders studied
"VN the United States, the sixth grade learned about other
countries and the middle ages. The students construct-
ed a medieval monastary, church, and village. Their
studies proved to be a trip "Around the World in
Front row: Daniel Hansen, Luke Kjolhede, Phil Belcher, Donald Ryherd, Dennis Sass-
man, John Woodall. Larry Pollard
Second row: Norma Buckingham, Shirley Hoops, Susan Holtz, Louise Eriksen, Janet
Hutton, Janis Mieras Donna Castle, Karen Andersen
Third rrw: Mrs. Wall, Richard Anderson, Lorraine Swanson, Addie Alderson. Linda
Siebels, Sandra Sullivan. Laurine Peterson, Ronnie Anderson
Fourth row: Scott Schuler, Orin l-luseman, Douglas Krenzien, Douglas Lee, Jimmy
Sassman, David Strom, Dennis Gustafson
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