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

 - Class of 1962

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Mrs. Cai-penter's Fourth Grade , J ., f .- Y I , . f v l' i i -C, ir., .Axel ' 'o""l FRONT ROW: Timothy Sherwood, Lori Jimmerson, Sharon Holtz, Steven Marshall, William Anderson, Mrs. Carpenter, Loren Schuelke, Brenda Samuelson, Linda Cacek, Carol Lynde, Jacelyn Watt. SECOND ROW: Richard Adolphson, Kevin Anderson, Delores Syndergaard, Marlene Peter- son, Betsy DeMan, Jeffery Poulson, John Diischer, Nancy Peterson, Larry Grieme, Ramona Stille. 1, I' W Fourth Grade Activities L i In the Alta fourth grade class this year, we have . J experienced many new learning adventures. In . social studies we took a trip back to the time of Columbus to study the explorers who blazed trails for future pioneers. To make our journey more interest- - ' ing, we wrote and produced plays about some of -Y ' these men. To understand how electricity is generated, we visited the Iowa Public Service plant near Alta. Miss Anderson's Fifth Grade During our study of stars and planets, we took a trip to the planetarium in Cherokee. Our most challenging accomplishment in arith- metic was learning the multiplication tables and be- coming familiar with fractions. FRONT ROW: Shirley Hallengren, Bruce Nelson, Liza Sandine, Tommy Parker, Diane Bauer, Milo I-Iustedt, Diane Sievert, Nadine Bruns. SECOND ROW: Vicky Brueggert, Douglas Gates, Lawrence Ahart, Miss Anderson, Michael Peterson, Rebecca Stille, Teddy Mahn. THIRD ROW: Russel Post, Kathy Peterson, Gayle Barr, Steven Strom, Roger Christen- sen, Ronald Mortenson, Ardell Erickson, Jan Kjolhede. .. li ,vi-,WAX

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McManiga1's FRONT ROW: Cynthia Peterson, Sherri O'Donnell, Tommy Meyer, Cindy Anderson, Marsha Bruns, Billy Mattson, Jolene Hansen, Janet Edwards, Greg Mattson, Larry Movall. SECOND ROW: Suzanna Braunschweig, Darwin Clausen, Gary Johnson, Kenneth Fried- rich, Mrs. Gould, Grant Mangold, Douglas Bruns, Eugene Friedrich, Allen Fredericksen THIRD ROW: Wayne Frederickson, Cherie Dyslin, Eldon Peterson, Jimmy Nelson, Ann Chindlund, Jean Groth, Rhonda Christiansen, Jimmy O'Dor1nell. Third and Fourth Grade Activities In the Fairview third grade arithmetic class the pupils learned the addition and subtraction facts, and learned how to carry and borrow with numbers. The fourth grade pupils learned their multiplication and division facts and worked with larger numbers in multiplying and dividing. Racing with flash cards and working at the blackboard seemed to be en- joyable and helpful to both grades. In third grade social studies class, we made a model tomm of Westport. Each student read a book and gave a report about Indians in preparation to making an Indian village. We also drew many pic- tures of the things that we studied in class. One of the projects made in the fourth grade was a Pueblo Indian village. After each unit was finished, the fourth graders drew a picture of the part they enjoyed most and wrote a short story about it. They also spent much time be- coming better acquainted with maps and rnap studies. In language art classes, both grades worked hard to be better readers, learned new words, their pronun- ciation and meaning, learned to divide words into syllables and to accent words, improved their ability to capitalize, punctuate, and spell. Making "A Good Food Train" using the seven basic foods was one of the third grade projects in science and health class. Other subjects that we had were music, art, and physical education. FRONT ROW: Barbara Schuler, Kim Barr, Steven Steffes, Timmy Alkire, Patty Christophersen, Miss McManigal, Karen Halverson, Sandy Sundberg, Marcia Meyer Danny Goosmann Alan Buckingham. SECOND ROW: Brian Frederick, Collene Huseman, Jimmy Oatman, Kurt Ables, Brenda Walsh, Greg Johannesen, Melinda Peterson, Paul Lietz, Henry DeMan, Peggy Anderson Miss Fourth Grade



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Mrs. Halverson' s Fifth Grade FRONT ROW: Linda Bruns, Ricky Meyer, Dennis Langner, Kathleen Fast, Kenneth Ryherd, Linda Peters, Charles Conard, Steven Schuler, Richard Carlson, Patty Peterson. SECOND ROW: Donna Hoops, Louis Anderson, Myron Murphy, Vicki Wolfe, Terry Binder, Mrs. Halverson, Dicky DeMan, Richard Bensen, Candace Norlin, John Hallengren, Janet Sinns. Fifth Grade Activities The Alta fifth grade groups have had several projects in correlation with the topics covered in the science and social studies subject areas. Reports were made on the planets, weather charts were completed, and biographical resumes were written about famous historical people who were so important in the forma- tion of our United States. Supplementary map study was provided in the usage of the Weekly Reader Map Skills booklets. In health, the study stressed both physical and men- tal health along with all of the aspects of safety. Boardwork was the most enjoyable feature of arithmetic classes. We had the addition, subtraction, and multiplication of three-place numbers and long division by two-place numbers. Measurement, time ' zone, and graph problems were also given. V The language arts program featured story reviews and dramatizations, book talks, group discussions, ',,'i L parliamentary procedure, dictionary usage, learning ,QEfg5Tf.g ,.,f N' the various parts of speech, and the development and L extension of the reading and spelling vocabulary. '4 . .-fa. fr - r- , Q 'f ,fgftg X, .W Mir. 1. . , x s ,f""' FRONT ROW: Dan Dailey, Diane Rehnstrom, Darrylin Holmes, Steven Movall, Randall Hill, Dianna Peterson, Lynn Peterson, Edward Anderson, Leon Peterson. SECOND ROW: Dianna Braunschweig, Norma Johnson, David Hanson, Maren West, Gary Bruns, Alvern Friedrich, Greg Mangold, Steven Mallison, Alan Chindlund, Frank Halverson. Tl-HRD ROW: Mary Christensen, Stanley Movall, Lee Meyer, James Mallison, Kathleen Ander- son, Sherleen Clausen, Rodney Bruns, Gary Christiansen, Virgil Peterson, Bruce Edwards, Mr. Thieman. Mr. Thieman's Fifth and Sixth Grade

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