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

 - Class of 1958

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COACH POINTS OUT MISTAKE TO RESERVES Front row: Michael Morrow, Kent Huseman, David Friedrich, Mr. Clawson lCoachl, Mr. McCoy tAsslst- ant Coach? Second row: Jon Stille, Charles Pfalzgraf, Robert McDonald, Ralph Hogancamp, Norman Peterson, Steve Peterson, Myron Radke, Donald Peterson, Ronald Preston Third row: Dennis Otto 1Managerl, Robert Klndwall 1Managerj "All Shook Up!" was the wail of team after team as they fell prey to our mighty Cyclones. Our 1957 grid season was a very successful one for the Cyclones, as far as the games that were play- ed went. The last three games on the schedule were canceled. Alta won four of the five games played and finished in second place in the conference. We opened the season against Holstein, who was ranked eighth in the state. Paul Turnquist scored on the third play of the game for the only score. Alta won a well-earned 7-0 victory. Keith Smit and Roger Peterson played good defensive ball to hold Holstein scoreless. The following week the Cyclones met Paullina and came out of the battle with a 20-6 win. Jerry Sandine played fine defensive ball as he threw the carriers for repeated losses. In the third game, Alta lost to Primghar 7-0. The statistics were about the same for both teams, but Primghar scored on a long pass in the second Quar- ter for the game's only touchdown. THE VITAL EXTRA POINT SPONSORED BY ROXY THEATRE Alta won the fourth game, defeating Sanborn 25- 2. Gordy Radke led the Cyclones on offense. Keith Smit played good defensive ball. The Cyclones 'net Sutherland in the annual home- coming game. They scored a 46-13 victory. Larry Lichtenberg scored three touchdowns as the Cyclones walked over Sutherland with apparent ease. The last three games against Aurelia, Hartlev, and Milford were canceled because of flu. This left the Cvclones with a good 4-1 season. ' Jerrv Sandine and Keith Smit were placed on the Sioux Valley All-Conference team. Roger Peterson and Gordon Radke were on the second team, with Larry Frantz, Marlin Cone. Larry Lichtenberg, and Paul Turnouist receiving honorable mention. San- dme was also placed on the all-state fourth team, with Kelth Smit receiving honorable mention. 61



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'rl' 1-Y-ylr Memories . . vw.,-f On Thursday night, October 10, 1957. we had si parade led by the football boys who rode on the back of a truck. The queen. Jennie Ann, and king, Roger, occupied seats of honor in this parade on the front fenders of the truck the football boys rode on. After the truck the band came. They were a little bit behind because they lacked the horsepower that the truck had to give it get up and go. Following the band was the student body, ready and willing to lend the band some of its steam. Following the parade a pep meeting was held by the light of a big bonfire which the Junior High football players built. At this pep meeting was a dummy represent- It was "One In a Million." Like stars on a summer night, there is one that out-shines all oth- ers. One of our brightest stars is the one that shone on October 11, our Homecoming. To the Seniors, especially and to all the student body. its bright- ness surpassed all others. The preparation for this night began around two weeks ahead of the actual game. At this time the classes are choosing the themes for their floats. Although it is a lot of fun to put a float together, the kids know also how much work it is and how much of a hole it puts in their class treasury. ing Sutherland, and, since there was such a beau- tiful bonfire the three coaches, Mr. Clawson, Mr. Beals and Mr. McCoy could not resist the chance to give him a hot seat. so in he went. This symbol- ized what we were going to do to Sutherland Fri- day night at the game. There were pep talks given by .Mr. Hammond and the queen, Jennie Ann Smith. During her pep talk Jennie introduced her attendants: Lorene Peterson, Senior: Kathy Radke, SPONSORED BY BuENA vlsTA MUTUAL iNsuRANcs Assoclniow

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