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

 - Class of 1960

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'ZZ Mf 4-mi 17W ,fi ' ., if' vi ,ff JR Charles Elliot, Mrs, Charles Elliot, Melvin Samuelson, Mrs. Melvin Samuelson SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS Melvin V. Samuelson BOARD OF EDUCATION Arling Peterson, Harry Melander, C. F. Sangston fSecretaryI, M. V. Sam- uelson fsuperintendentl, C a rl Delbridge, Burton Poulson, Don- ald Anderson iPresidentJ ,. 1 Mrs. Paul Jones, Karen Hinkelde W 't E I Delbert Mccoy Y I 81 TCSSJ, ve yn Aegerter FACULTY-BOARD DINNER The Faculty-Board dinner was held on Saturday evening, November 21', in the school lunch room. Preparations for the dinner were made made by the high school homemaking girls, consisting of two freshmen groups, one sophomore group, and one senior group. The Freshmen I group was in' charge of the table settings, decorations, nutcups, and were on the clean-up committee. They also acted as waitresses. The Freshmen II group took charge of the invitations, prepared relishes, cock- tails, and helped with the nutcups. The girls in the Sophomore group pre- pared all of the food except the turkey and dessert, and also helped with the invita- tions. The Senior Homemaking girls did the planning for the dinner, helped with the nutcups, prepared the dessert, supervised the waitresses, and acted as hostesses. They also helped with the clean-up. Menu Tomato Juice Cocktail Crackers Roast Turkey Dressi-ng Mashed Potatoes and Gravy Relishes Butterd Corn Cherry Jell-O Salad Yeast Rolls, Butter, Jelly Chocolate Walnut Dessert Coffee 15

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Administration Section These memories echo still . . . another year . . . first day . . . getting in the groove . . . lessons to plan . . . check pa- pers . . . figuring grades . . . attend faculty meetings . . . class sponsor . . . wishing for raises . . . after school class . . . administering discipline . . . preparing them for the future . . . chaperoning dances . . . selling tickets . . . keeping study hall . . . con- tracts . . . teachers' confer- ences' . . . state convention . . . night school . . . Q V r 1 i l



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REGINALD SCHIVE This year has been the big year for the Schive family for it brought with it the ar- rival of their son, Geoffrey Reginald. Mr. Schive's wife, Janet Anderson, is a former vocal music teacher of Alta High School. They met while teaching at Alta. In his eight years at Alta, Mr. Schive has become en- gaged in many extra func- tions. He is the staff arranger for the Men's Civic Glee Club at Fort Dodge, a board mem- ber of the American Federa- tion of Musicians, member of the Iowa Bandmasters Asso- ciation, and plays with scv- eral bands and combos in- cluding Karl King's band and the Storm Lake Municipal band. The family is active in the Methodist Church and also in the Eastern Star. MAX R. FULLER Mr. Fuller is thirty-two years old. He attended high school at Guernsey, Iowa. After high school, he went to Iowa State Teachers College to receive his Bachelor of Arts degree. Mr. Fuller is now teaching the classes of typing, office practice, shorthand and driv- er's training. He has been here for nine years. Mr. Fuller's hobby is pho- tography. He often takes pic- tures of his wife Donna, and his two girls, Barbara, who is four, and Diane, three. The Fuller family attends the Methodist Church. In his spare time and dur- ing the summer months, Mr. Fuller works at the Gamble Store in Alta. KATHERINE NORTON Mrs. Katherine Norton at- tended the University of Iowa where she obtained her Bach- elor of Arts degree. Her graduate work was taken at Drake and Western Michigan University. She was born in Chariton, Iowa, and received her sec- ondary schooling there. High on her interest in life are her children and grand- children. Favorite hobbies in- clude traveling and reading. At present, Mrs. Norton teaches freshman E n gl i s h and French. She also does a fine job with the school li- brary. ARNOLD HAMMOND Mr. Hammond received a Bachelor of Arts degree in math at Westmar College in Le-Mars, Iowa. He then taught at Arthur, Ogden, and Belle Plaine before coming to Alta. In 1944 he came to Alta where he has taught for 16 years. Mr. Hammond is high school principal and ad- vanced math teacher. Princi- pal Hammond plays chess, hunts, and fishes for his hob- bies and also is coach of the Alta Junior High School foot- ball team and basketball team. In the summer months, he manages the Alta Munici- pal swimming pool. He has traveled throughout the West. Mr. Hammond has been married twelve years, and has a son, Curtis, and a ,. daughter, Vannessa. HAROLD EHLERS Harold Ehlers received his Bachelor of Arts degree from Valparaiso University. I-le re- ceived his Masters degree in 1956 from Colorado State. Mr. Ehlers has done addition- al graduate work at Iowa University and Colorado Uni- versity. Here at Alta High School he teaches English II, III, and IV. He also directs the Junior and Senior class plays. Mr. Ehlers, whose home is Arcadia, Iowa, was born October 2, 1929. He is a mem- ber of the Lutheran Church. He is 5' 8" and weighs 158 pounds. His favorite food is steak. During his leisure time he enjoys listening to class- ical music and the music of the modern day. WILLIAM E. BISHOP Mr. Bishop attended high school at Moravia, Iowa. He then went to college two years at Simpson in Indian- ola. After completing two years at Simpson, hc went to Westmar at LeMars for two years. He received a Bachelor of Arts degree. This is his second year of teaching school. During the summer he attends summer school at the University of Iowa. In his spare time he enjoys playing with the babv. His hobbies include woodworking and collecting records. He at- tends the First Presbyterian church in Alta. CAROL EDMUNDSON Miss Edmondson, our phy- sical education teacher, at- tended Iowa State College at Ames for four years. Hender- son, Iowa is her home town, She enjoys swimming, and traveling. She likes all types of sports, both participation and being a spectator. She has taught two years at Alta.

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