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Page 16 text:
Front row: Vernon Sullivan, Mike McDane1,
Larry Jensen, Steven Peterson
Second row: Patty Bell, Karen Melander, Diane
Gould, Linda Falck, Jackie Castle
Third row: Darlyn Leonard, Mary Sievert, Susan
Schuelke, Cathy Turpin, Nancy Larsen,
Diane Sundberg, Miss Weiss
Fourth row: Mike Oatman, Brian Peterson, Ed-
die Buckendahl, Ordell Weiland, Dwain
Absent: Ronny Steffes
Front row: Mickey Laffin, Timothy Stille, Tom-
my Waldo, Steven Sassman, Burdette
Second row: Linda Meyer, Linda Delbridge, Jean
Grienke, Linda McGowan, Leslie Gall
Third row: Linda Lee, Joelle Sinns. Curtis Ham-
mond, Jimmy Norlin, Karen Peterson,
Fourth row: James Sullivan, Chris Olsen, Dennis
Brisbois, Douglas Svendsen, Lanny Ander-
son, Mrs. Benna
Absent: Dennis Carlson
ALTA COOPERATIVE CREAMERY
"How Little We Know" is an expression
used by many fourth graders. They find that
they are learning more every day. The students
had units on Young Citizens of Early Days,
Young Citizens of Today, Wonders of Our
Times, Storyland Here and Now, and Famous
Americans of Other Times.
Science created a lot of interest among the
boys and girls, especially the units on the heav-
ens and magnets. After the unit on the heavens
we took a trip to Cherokee to the Planetarium.
Plays were given periodically throughout
the year. At Christmas the play "Christ's Birth"
was given and "The Life of Lincoln" was given
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QUAKER OATS CO.
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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Front row: Thomas Oherg, Charles Mo
vall, Keith Pierson, Gary Molgaarc'
Second row: Jayne Buckingham. Cyn-
thia Schuler, Kathryn Magnuson,
Trudy Greene, Glenda Walsh
Third row: Larry Steffes, Randy Rich-
man, David Sins. Billy Erikseu,
Bobby Jensen, Peter Nielsen, Miss
Fourth row: Gail Huseman, Candis
Kjolht-de, Dr-lira Hansen, Phyllis
Swanson, Christine Cunard
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NORTHWEST IOWA LIVESTOCK EXCHANGE
L. J. PETERSON, Jeweler
"School days, school days, wonderful golden
rule days. Readin', ritin' and 'rithmetic . . ." This
song typifies the work in third grade. The third
graders became more independent readers and
stories read came to life as they were dramatized.
Parents were invited to share a trip to storyland.
Along with reading the students learned to divide
words into syllables, tell which syllable is accented
in a word, and how to use prefix and suffixes.
Writing good sentences and friendly letters
and learning good telephone manners were topics
of interest in English.
Arithmetic found them progressing rapidly as
they learned to "carry" in addition, "borrow" in
subtraction, and multiply and divide by three. Tell-
ing time, counting money, and working with
measurements were also accomplished.
Activities correlated with social studies in-
cluded a Toy Centerville, Model Grocery Store,
Post Office, Indian Village, Book Clubs, Bird Feed-
ing Station, Tape recording sessions, and visits to
Peterson's Store, Alta Co-op Creamery, Post Of-
fice, and library.
Front row: Douglas Hansen, Billy Dahl,
Dana Johnson, Bobby Kristensen,
Second row: Ida Sievert, Mary Ann Olsen,
Ranae Poller, Jean Sievert, Becky
Third row: Jane Launderville, Barbara
Grieme, Margaret Nordstrom, Judy
Huseman, Donna Erickson. Pamela
Christensen, Mrs, Rasmussen
Fourth row: Brian Walsh, Sandra Banta,
Douglas Mortensen, Nancy Sassman,
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