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

 - Class of 1960

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CHARLES A. ELLIOT Between elementary and high school vocal music, the annual Christmas music pro- gram. contest rehearsals, and private lessons, Charles A. Elliot, our vocal music teach- er, is kept very busy. This ambitious and energetic man was born and raised in St. Joseph, Missouri. He attend- ed Northwest Missouri State College, where he received his degree in musical educa- tion. In his spare time, Mr. Elliot enjoys painting and collecting records. He and his wife, Elaine, reside in Alta at 205 Prospect Street. Mr. El- liot says that he likes Alta very much and finds it a friendly town. MARVIN POLZIEN Mr. Polzien received his Bachelor of Science degree at Iowa State University, He came to Alta in 1957. Mr. Polzien teaches all vocation- al agricultural classes and works with the young and adult farmers in night class- es. He attended high school at Wall Lake. Iowa. His wife, Dora, and two children. Juli and Jeff, live at 517 West Highway in Alta. During his free time, he likes to go wa- ter skiing or eat T-bone steak. DELBERT McCOY Mr. McCoy's home town is Clarkfield, Minnesota. He went to college at St. Olaf in Northfield, Minnesota. He re- ceived a Bachelor of Arts de- gree. He majored in physical education and biology. This will be his fourth year of teaching here. He is head football coach and assistant basketball and track coach. He also teaches general sci- ence and biology. He has no other hobby ex- cept watching television in his spare time. While in the army his travels took him all over Europe. During the summer he at- tends summer school at the University of Minnesota. CARL SMITH Mr. Smith was born in Cor- pus Christi, Texas. When in high school, he lettered in both football and basketball. He was very active in boys' glee club and mixed chorus. His favorite hobbies are hunting and fishing. He went to college at three different schools: one year at Yankton College, one year at Denver University. He finished school at the University of South Dakota. He was a coach for nine years. He has taught social science and English, Mr. Smith is our as- sistant principal and teaches world history and American histor5 HAROLD CARSTENS Mr, Carstens came from Iowa Falls, Iowa. He receiv- ed his Bachelor of Science degree at Iowa State Univer- sity. His favorite food is bar- becued ribs and football is his favorite sport. His hobbies are golf and fishing. His wife's name is Shirley. They have two children, Dorene 3. and Kenneth 16 months. They live at 717 Johnson Street. JERRY E. IBACH Jerry Ibach is twenty-three years old. He graduated from Bayard High School and lat- er attended Buena Vista Col- lege where he received his Bachelor of Arts degree. Mr. Ibach received eleven letters while in college. Out of the eleven, four were in football, four were in base- ball and three were in bas- ketball. Coach Ibach is assistant coach in football and head coach in basketball. He also teaches government, b o 0 k- keeping and physical educa- tion. Some of his favorites are steak, classical music, sports, his wife, Glenda, to who he has been married to for three years. Another favorite is his one and a half year old son, Tommy. EVELYN AEGERTER Our new Homemaking teacher, Miss Evelyn Aeger- ter, is twenty-two years old and in her first year of teach- ing. She attended the Rinard Consolidated High School, Rinard, Iowa, and Iowa State University in Ames. She has a Bachelor of Science degree. Her varied hobbies include reading, sewing, piano, and organ. She loves to listen to the Mormon Choir in stereo and to eat her favorite food- pineapple. During the summer she works as a computer in Agronomy Research at Iowa State and is a member of a Youth Caravan team in VVest Virginia. This past year she also worked at a social ser- vice agency in Seattle. VVash- ington.

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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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Our Faculty in the Community HOME IS WHERE YOU MAKE IT Every school system has its teachers. Unfor- tunately, they are often isolated in this realm. We are very proud of the part our teachers play in the community life of Alta. Some of them have made their permanent homes here and are interested in the future of the town. You'l1 find them in var- ious churches, leading choirs and teaching Sunday school. During the summer their work takes them to business houses and the community swimming pool. In case of fire they do their part with the volunteer fire department. As high school students, we have found our teachers ready to help us with all our problems. This then, is our faculty. A NEW CURL FAMILY SHOPPING APPLIANCE SALESMAN FUN IN THE SNOW AND A NEW CAR AND BABY MAKES THREE

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