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

 - Class of 1958

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KINDERGARTEN Miss Bengfson SPONSORED BY SNYDER'S CAFE Front row: Timmy Sherwood, Tim Pollard, Burton Hill, Dick Adolphson, David John Johnson Second row: Carla Caboth, Sandra Sundberg, Karen Halverson, Peggy Anderson, Linda Cacek, Joan Radke, Marcia Meyer Third row: David Mills, Jeff Poulson, Richard Adams, Roger Kuhrts, Garand Gaffey, Larry Grieme Fourth row: Kim Barr, Doris Hanson, Steven Marshall, Raymond Nading, Paul Lietz, Brenda Walsh, Collene Huseman. Miss Bengtson A - Learning the alphabet and making an ABC and have to model objects out of clay. Book was one of the projects of the year. D - Dramatization is like a great sport with them. B - Before the end of the year each child can print They act out many stories, their favorites being their first and last name to perfection. Every child The Three Bears, and The Three Billy Goats learns to repeat his telephone number and address. Gruff. C Y Creative work is stressed about twice a week E - Entertainment was provided for the mothers and it seems to be the most exciting since it con- by the students. The 'main feature was presenting sists of so many different things. The students finger-plays and songs they had learned during paint, cut and paste different holiday ensembles, the year. Front row: Alan Buckingham, Steven Steffes, Steve L3UI'ldeI'Vlll9, wayne Fredrick- son, Gerry Clough Second row: Jackie Watt, Sharon Holtz, Cynthia Peterson, Lynette Hansen, Bar- bara Schuler Third row: Brian Frederick, Tim Alkire, John Diischer, Kevin Anderson, Greg Jo- hannesen, Billy Anderson Fourth row: Brenda Samuelson, Melinda Peterson, Marlene Peterson, Nancy Peter- son. Patty Christopherson, Miss Bengtson

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-1, D-v D Front row: Russel Post., Jimmy Oatmnn, Ronnie Mortensen, Bruce Nelson Second row: Nornni Heckfleld, Llzii Sandlne, Janet Sinns, Alyce Witzke, Linda Bruns Third rowg Steven Walsh, Rnyynond Chase, Lawrence Ahart, Terry Binder, Steven Strom, Johnnie Hullengren Fourth row: Linda Peters, Dari Holmes, Charles Conard, Jan Kjolhede, Kathy Peter- son Absent.. Milo Hustedt, Teddy Mann As in the song "Little Child" the first graders are full of questions and eagerness. They enjoyed their first experiences in learning to read. In the fall, leaves were gathered and properly classified. Using food models they soon discovered the im- portanee of a good breakfast. They learned many things about the train, cars and the important part they play in our lives. In the spring beans, car- rots, radishes, onions, and flowers were planted in a garden. FIRST GRADE Miss Andersen Front row: Leon Peterson, Steven Schuler, Kenneth Ryherd, Richard Carlson, Ricky Meyer Second row' Diane Sievert, Ellen Clough, Donna Hoops, Shirley Hallengren, Kam Johnson Thlrtt row: Claudia Olsen, Gayle Barr. Vickie Brueggert, Ardell Erickson, Candy Norlln, Ramona Stllle Fourth row: Roland Richman, Louis Anderson, Mike Petersen, Richard Benson, Myron Murphy, Miss Ander- sen SPONSORED BY THE PETERSON COMPANY FIRST GRADE TIN' X Mrs. Jarvis Miss .Ions :elf QL 'iw



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The Stroll 5 ! 1 ' . QQ. 1' f I ff A J Senior Section The Stroll through high school has given the seniors ceaseless knowledge and many memorable experiences. Now they must leave the school and friendship they have grown up in and face the challenging and difficult world.

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