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Page 63 text:
Take Me Out to
the Boll Game
Take Me Out To The Ball Game is an
old refrain heard around Alta a great
portion of the year. Competing and train-
ing for athletic events is a vital part of
every high school student's life. Athletics
promote friendly competition along with
individual cooperative ability and good
sportsmanship. This helps to prepare the
student for the competitive world which
he will meet after high school graduation.
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In the fall, the marching band was
organized. It played at all the local
The State Marching Band Contest was
held at Pocahontas on October 12. We
received a I rating.
The first appearance of the Concert
Band was at the annual Christmas Pro-
gram. The Triple A Music Festival was
held at Aurelia on February 5, and was
directed by Jay Wicker of Sheldon.
On February 8, Karen Lietz, Dennis
Radke, and Gary Walton played in the
Northwest Iowa Band in a concert at
January 17 was the date of our Con-
cert of Modern Compositions.
On April 11 and 12, the students
participated in the Solo and Small
Group Contest at Aurelia. Division I
ratings were: Clarinet Trio, Clarinet
Quartet, Chamber Group of Woodwinds
and Woodwind Trio. Division II rat-
ings were: Clarinet Trio CBD, Clari-
net Quartet CBD, Sax Quartet, Brass
Sextet, Bass Clarinet CKaren Lietzi,
Clarinets CBonnee Lauridsen and Susan
NortonD, Flute CAlice Noblei, Baritone
Sax CCarole Waltonl, and Trombone CGmy
On April 29, the Concert Band re-
ceived a I rating at the Large Group
Contest at Spirit Lake.
The Vocal Music Departmentbegan is
year with the Christmas Program. The
theme was Christmas Around the World.
Christmas carols from many lands were
On February 5, our chorus took part
in the Triple A Festival at Aurelia.
The combined choruses from Alta,Albert
City, and Aurelia were directed by Don
McCarthy of Cherokee.
At the Solo and Small Groups Con-
test, Division I ratings were: Treble
Low CMary Ann Winke1deyJ, Bari-
tone CGary Waltonl, Bass CA1vern Mil-
lerl, and Girls' Quartet. The Division
II ratings were: Treble Voice High
CSandra Svendsen and Karen Ankersoni,
Treble Voice Low CKathryn Sievert and
Lorene Petersoni, Tenors CC1ayton Por-
ter and Michael Morrowb, Baritone CRO-
bert Kindwallb, Bass CMar1in Cone and
Larry Frantzb, Girls' Sextet, Girls'
Quartet CBD, Mixed Quartet, and Girls'
At the Large Group Contest atSpirit
Lake on May 3, the mixed chorus re-
ceived a II rating and the Girls' Glee
Club received a III rating.
On May 13, our chorus presented a
concert of lighter numbers they had
worked on througout the year.
The final appearance of the chorus
was at commencement where they sang
HYou'11 Never Walk A1one.H
Front rowz Faith Oberg, Sandra Svendsen, Lurene Peterson, Jennie. Ann Smith, Doris Johnson
Second row: Larry Frantz, Alvern Miller, Gary Walton, Robert Kindwall, Jerry Otto, Marlin
Third row: Michael Morrow, Karen Ankerson, Clayton Porter. Mary Ann Hmkeldey, Kathryn
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Lorene Peterson, Linda Cone, Doris Johnson, Mary Huseman, Connie Lichtenberg
Roger Peterson Jerry Sandine Gordon Strom
SPONSORED BY POST AND LEE SERVICE - SECURITY TRUST AND SAVINGS BANK, Storm Lake
Front row: Robert McDonald, Ralph Hogancamp, Bill Huseman, Steve Peterson, Larry Frantz, Larry
Lichtenberg, David Friedrich, Paul Turnquist, Myron Radke, Michael Morrow, Norman Peterson
Second row: Dennis Otto tManagerl, Donald Peterson, Merle Larson, Keith Smit, Ronald Preston, Roger
Peterson, Marlin Cone, Gordon Radke, Charles Pfalzgraf, Robert Kindwall 4Manager7
Third row: Mr. Clawson 1Coachr, Mr, Beals 1Assistant Coachb, Jon Stille, Gary Walton, Jerry Sandine,
Robert Hinkeldey, Kent Huseman, Gordon Strom, Mr. McCoy lAssistant Coach!
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