Anita High School - Spartan Yearbook (Anita, IA)

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OIPWOI' if Gfif' Q 2: 1 ,riff Le -u- The seniors of 1941 present 'W this book of pleasant memories to the students and faculty of Anita High School cherish it and the memories it will recall, may it give you unch pleasure in re living the happy days of youth xg 77fZQI'I'lOI'tClWl Y We wish to remember our classmate, Clarence Holland, who was with us for three years and passed away the summer 1940 He was a friend to all and was loved by his classmates and friends Amidst the joys and honor of graduation there is a feeling of sorrow that he is not with us vJvuv U A 119412 V' a A' f X Q 5 p ,vi LQ Ck lf- If I A Q7 ylw flag NTL cf , W f fwfr xvlf 'yrs r' z . Y This is your bookg may you I l il il ll' 1 l -D t. j W' Il l S i l l . of l y ! w I 1 ! l l ' I QJ J pczrtan Qgjtaff Back Row Miss Hiatt, Advisor Jean Sams, Billy Millhollin Sports Editors Merrill Lett, Art Editor, Mary Jane Kopp, Activity Ed Berniece Neiens, Art Ed Robert Hackman, Asst Bus Mgr CCir J Sue Hagen, Class Ed Barbara Rhoads, Bus Mgr CCir Yvonne Keasey, Activity Ed Marilyn Hayter, Activity Ed , Duane Karns, Snapshot Ed Seated Harvey Scholl, Editor in chief Carol DeMent, Co Editor, Betty Weaver, Asst Mgr KAdvt 3 Boyd Fal coner, Bus Mgr fAdvt D, Kathryn Weimer, Typist Front Row Mabel Highley, Class Editor, Betty Karns, CAbsent STAFF MEMBERS ggff atm , s QS JW NUITIIIUU lllll KQV Alas' Alas' We're all worn out' We've worked from morn 'til night We've stretched our brains, and scratched our heads 'Til our hair just looks a fright But now, ho hum! we can heave a sigh, Cheer up, staff, the work is done We hope that whoever looks at this book, Will remember the class of '41 2 0 9 0 S 3 o 1 0 7 ' Asst. M?r. CAdvt.Dg Richard Young, Snapshot Editor, P ta p l . . H '. 3, '. g V ' .al . 5 . . - ' , -- fy, v . . Cfnzta gfg Faithful and true hearted, Let us cheer Anita High We revere her and defend her And her colors proudly fly We will stand for her united Of her deeds we gladly tell, Her colors streaming, Glad faces beaming, So here's a cheer for her that IB All love so well Joyous, and ever loyal, Let us boost for Anita High Let every heart sing, Let every voice ring, There's no time to grieve or sigh It's ever onward -our course pur- suing, May defeat ne'er our ardor cool But united we will boost for her Our old High School. X9 3 06 lcrlfmn ,A We dedicate this Spartan to Miss Ermine Brown, who is a true educator, who leads her pupils through ever widening portals to broader and still broader vistas, whose patience, faithfulness, lovable disposition and untiring service, have won for her the admiration and affection of her students and associates. CLASS OF '41 4 C0 WA Superlntendent L M Feller, B A , J HlStOTy N., Principal Winona G Kyle, B A Wllbuf Young, B S Social Sclence Engllsh Rl! 'QS' lSecond Semester! Glen Teraberry, B A General Science Soclal Sclence Vocational Agrlculture Social Sclence fixu- Hilda H1att, Commerce 540' 3- Ermine Brown, B A Chas H Ingram, B A Normal Training Music 5 '57 LS22? '? 'li dk Y.. L1l1th Baker, B Mathemat1CS Phys T nn, if CF1rst Semester! Coach Tom Sharples, B General Science Commerce if Lucile Buchanan, B S Home Economics K C7 O . X , k 51 1. . . . . T. A. 1. "' ' .Q qsv! I Y - ' F f-, ' . . ' ' . A. . . ' . 1'- , '47 1 J fc ' B N ii' ,Mw. il M X amor x 0 0 . B0 Ao . X . .Q ,QQ U, 1 X 'fr I L .K gg ,A ' f A ,f i K oczrcf 0 6 ucatlon Joe Vetter Dr C H Johnson Merle Robison Dr F D Weimar Dr G M Adair Lake Bear Officers Lake Bear, President Joe Vetter, Secretary H C Faulkner, Treasurer 6 G 1l8I'lC!Cll' September T8tTlOt1C Program Freshmen Day GT1SrOld Here fD6dlCatlOD of the Corn Bowl"l Lewls Here P T A Receptlon Casey Here October Blrd and Reptlle Programs All School Carnlval G A A Treasure Hunt Play Day at Atlantlc Dramatic rrt Program F1re Preventlon Program Macedonla Here Oakland There N V Conference Neetlng November Nalnut Here JUHlOI Night State Teachers School El9Ct1OD Natlonal lTmlStiC6 Program Adalr There Pep Club Organlzed h96t1Dg State and January a e a Pere 1ota There Casey Here xira There Fontanelle Here lota Pere Communlty Band Concert P Clown Program Sub Distrlct Declam at Cumberland Camera Club 0TF8H1Z9d County Tournament Here February Massena There Whlalfr Marionette Show Exlra Here Cumberland There Guthrie Center Here JUn1OT Hi B ketball Tourna ment N V Conference Neetlng arch Junlor Fi Declam Contest Freshmen Party Sectlonal Basketball Tourna ment at Dexter Humorous Contest KHomeJ G A A Play Day Here Adult Evenlng Classes Began T A lov 'Bitter Oratorlcal Dramatlc Contest sweet' Thanksglvlng Vacatlon H S Operetta 'Belle of N V Conference Meetlng Barcelona' All Star Basketball Games December Aprll Menlo Here CBasketballl Adalr Here Senlor Prom Orlent There Senlor Class Play Sophomore Party Phys Ed Demonstratlon VOCatlOH5l Conference at P T Atlantlc MUSlC Contest at Oakland Chrlstmas Pageant Baseball Fontanelle There ovie 'Ten Nights ln a Casey There Bar Room' N V Conference Meetlng Christmas Vacatlon Co Baseball Tournament Ma Junlor Senlor Banquet Baccalaureate Commencement Class Night School Bxhiblt Alumnl Banquet Baseball Wiota Cumberland Here Massena Here f A X, X ' ' ' , M ss n - I Q - 'T ' 1, - - L' 14 n A - - Ny . - .T. - 7 T 1 . . . 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" '15-1 ' I 1 ld Bernadine Darrow Charles Mortensen Mildred Parrott i.Q Bernard Anderson A 294 Martha Crawford n John Sams Ruth Biggs Phil Lees Y George Kopp Laurel Lantz Albert Karns Isabel Shaffer Qi? Alvin Vlahlert Doris Smith Elmer Cron Gael Adair Lois Duff Arthur Nagel Maxine Sisler Russel Saxton Mildred Pierce Mllton Baker Y' Ruth Garrison Darrel Livlngston Ella lkae McDermott W, "1 'dl res men Wx Esther Rork Clyde Holland Margaret McAfee .ll Valonda Mae Christensen 5 9 John Williams Mary Ann Carlson Billie Parker r Lois Steffins Rowley Pollock Imo Gene Holland 3 '- Viola Claussen Donald Baxter Myron Harris tai ii A ' Robert Ames Norma Taylor S' QQ' ' 'H + Mac McDermott 1 2 - Carol Richter 4 we QQQ Lola Watkins K 0 1- A. . ,J 8 ff' Betty Arnett y Byron Harris ,,, , ,, ,, ' - C 2, 4 - B Ruby Simon Y o- ' F Q N Earl Stone 1 v Lee Duff ' iv 1- W Kenneth Roed 12 ' " ' i t 'm ga ' V Q Q4 is NR Q: . Q. :J QQQ .Q Q Q Q.,-Q Q , A, ,Q , . - M ,K L- , I ' , E s -5 I X Q L Nu 4 Q 5 4 i . 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If Nu 'f Q f X H X X X Q f XXX Z, X7 fb V y Xi' .C ,IX .srxk K X K X Nw N KX-Xxx iw Cgdootoafl Standing Coach Sharples, Ph1l Lees, James Miller, Robert Hagen, Merle Moore, Dean Arnett, Malcolm Wissler, Louie Johnson, Walter Hagen, Harvey Scholl Kneeling Norman Porch, Victor Claussen, Harold Petersen, Lauren Beaver, Gail Rhoads, Rex Rourick, Duane Karns George Millhollin Sitting Robert Ames, John Sams, Rowley Pollock, Delbert Stone, Leon Andersen, Earl Stone, John Bear Anita Opponents Anlta Anita Anita Anita Anlta Anita Anita Anita x t . . 1 ' X '-5 fm' uf' A ' ' . 4, - ' , ' '. .-t - Coach Griswold Lewis Casey Macedonia Elliott Oakland Walnut Adair Q Q h -Uyg 2, A I F fn A . . if . f A , M " 5 S , "ln, "' 'M A ' QNX ' '-il1'lJ' . "T, '-.- ' 1- . ,., 3 v 5,3 I4 Wk S... Qasketoall Anita 922222222 Anita 8 Menlo n 19 Adair w 7 Orient H 12 Massena w lL Wiota 12 17 H Casey v Exira H 17 Fontanelle H 15 Wiota H QCD, T,y 21 Atlantic H 27 Massena N 15 Exira W 18 Cumberland H 9 Guthrie Center 27 H QSec. T.J Casey Back Row: Richard Young fManagerJ, Billy Millhollin, Malcolm Wissler, Norman Porch, Gail Rhoads, John Bear, Coach Bock Front Row Victor Claussen, Harvey Scholl, Robert Hagen, Duane Karns, Phil Lees, George Millhollin John Williams Billy Millhollin Member of All Star County Team X Standing Coach Bock, Delbert Stone,Frederick Nagel, Malcolm Wissler, John Peacock, John Williams, Victor Claussen Robert Ames, Robert McDermott Kneeling Duane Karns, Robert Hagen Harvey Scholl, Walter Hagen, Billy Millhollin, Norman Porch, Gail Rhoads, George Millhollin Phil Lees John Bear I5 . 5 .. V U ,A .A . x -1. 1.5 w,, X x A , jg I - gn 2, Q ,f"Z 1 . 7 , . , 9 . f - - -H . A A. W ' ,J f - ' M ' ' 4- 1 ,., ' "':- 'e..f5.er 4 .,-.- . ,,.-, 2 ' . ,f . 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' 1 ! 1 Qaa Back Row Thelma Pieper,Gae1 Adair, Norma Taylor,Dorothy Hamlin, Ruth Garrlson, Doris Scholl, Lois Duff, Carol Richter, Ruby Simon, Betty Moore Third Row lmo Jean Holland, Beulah Neiens, Ruth Holladay, Ruby Miller, Paul, Eva James, Yvonne Keasey, Sue Hagen, Mary Jane Kopp, Mildred Mary Lou Kuehn, Donna Mattheis, Marilyn Hayter, Mabel Highley, Hllda Second Row Berniece Neiens, Barbara Rhoads, Jean Sams, Maxine Sisler, Lowene Breen, Scholl Isabel Shaffer, Iona Morgan, Esther Rork, Mary Jean Steinmetz, Ella Mae McDermott, Martha Crawford, Bernadine Darrow, Harriet Dorsey, Laurel Lantz, Mildred Parrott, Marian Duff, Fern Schlater Front Row Miss Baker, Betty Arnett, Betty Karns, Clare Harris, Carol DeMent, Kathryn Weimar, Elaine Petersen, Adabelle Simon, Gladys Holland, Geraldine Fowble, Lola Watkins, Mary Ann Carlson, Genaveve McAfee, Viola Claussen, Helen Aggen, Betty Weaver xiii.. S GE 0 'W y e 496 Miss Baker I6 SESS lLffs'- .ggi ' ' M I Haif 'f.,",f- f: , f ,I E"-1 P - I , , f A o 5 139 be A 1 ,:.d in .. 1 1 ' if! ixi... 1 QP GIUA ,av rs Q 7 """' nuns. 1 'll 'lil Auld 1 ann Down Left Jean Sams, Marcella Breen, Ruby Simon, Fern Schlater, Ella Mae McDermott Down Right Carol DeMent, Dorothy Hamlln, Barbara Rhoads Carol Richter, Betty Weaver Front Iona Morgan, Mildred Breen qv-Q 17 -s ,R r .W .S Z, .Ab c 4 V! . V R Ig l,- ,,, -2' A ,is r N i , 3. ,f f ! , N K 'i my 'Fwiw 4--My .ra S 'Q 3 qxsuf rr 51' guy t 4 A , x 5 - I' fx is s sl ' ,.,,Q ' ' , I fi?-5 l fx ., . .. 1' 0' Q D 3' ax A L 0. va' - : ' , f- D4 P V4 is has A D' 4 y I V w V FG, ' 'A X R. M ,Q f .,: 'L 1 I Q wfglg. 1, " ' 'QM' Q J r Q . , F f' 5 " mecfaamatory High School Back Row Richard Duthie, lst, Humorous Excellent, Sub District, James Miller, lst, Oratorical Excellent, Sub District, Mary Jane Kopp, 2nd, Dramatic, John Peacock, 2nd, Oratorical Front Row Barbara Rhoads, 2nd, Humorous, Mrs Ella Blggs, Coach, Beulah Neiens, lst, Dramatic Excellent, Sub District Dramatic Beulah Neiens Oratorical Humorous James Miller Richard Duthie k Mary Jane Kopp Betty Karns KM John Peacock Richard Richter Barbara Rhoads Billie Parker Grade 551317 Back Row Carol Carlton, 3rd Dramatic, Helen Turner, 3rd En orous Sally Keasey, lst OI8t0T1C8l, Robert Petersen, 2nd Humorous Miss Dominy, Coach Front Row Bllly Shaffer,1st Hu orous,Ruby Robison,2nd Orator1ca1, Shirley Linfor, 2nd Dramatic, Lola Chadwick, lst Dramatic IB l ' 11 1 . 0 I . O 0 s -- - ? Fit. .'..'N, . . L 0 G 5 R 3 sf sl' Y' , 'nfs '32 F' ' .4 -e T A X :V S 14, , A U' ' , I K I is A 2 W-ss I ' 3 . O . 7 : ' - ' - ' 0 HRW Ei? jp' l mx 'V 3 H? Q ,,..,, 'D 4 wwg 'W 'B M uma., MQW av ve- ,V V , .cr C111 p...l.8w 4-"il lid!" :gowns-' Mr Ingram, Helen Turner,Gene Petersen, Azel Ames,Valonda Chrlstensen, Fllzabeth Arnett, John Rasmussen, Robert Ames, Martha Crawford, Dean Coon, Shirley nfor, Robert Petersen, Robert Heckman, Eva James, Kathryn Reimer, John Peacoc Clare Harrls, Richard Duthie, Marilyn Hayter, Rex Turner, Max Blggs, Mary K Bongers, Byron Christensen, Robert McDermott, Marvin Barber, Ann Rhoads, Mary Jane Kopp, Jack Ruggles peretta 1"""'v Standing Albert Karns, Richard Duthie, Robert Ames, Harvey Scholl, Eldred Petersen, Duane Karns, James Miller, John Peacock, Rlchard Young Seated Gael Adair, Alice Peters, Barbara Rhoads, Kathryn Weimer, Ruby Simon, Martha Crawford THE BELLE OF BARCELONA A Mus1ca1 Comedy in Three Acts Charles Ross Chaney H S AuditOT1Um March 28, 19Ll Cast of Characters Lu1s de Montero, a wealthy plantation owner Harvey Scholl Glorla de Montero, his wife. Kathryn Weimer Margarita, an accomplished daughter . . . . . . . . . Barbara Rhoads Mercedes, her sister .... Martha Crawford Francisco de la Vega, Chief Inspector at the Custom House ..... Richard Duthie Pedro, manager of de Montero's plantation . ........ Eldred Petersen Emilio, a suitor of Mercedes . John Peacock 20 Don Juan Robert Ames Don Joselfrlends of Emilio Albert Karns Dona Marcela Gael Adair Dona Anita ,friends """ Ruby Simon Martha Matilda Ayers, an Engllsh governess . . . . ...... Alice Peters Lieutenant Harold Wright, Custom Inspector from the United States . .Richard Young Patrick CPatD Malone. . . . . .Duane Karns Captain Colton, of the Cruiser Mbntana . ..... . . . . James Miller . ' 4 6 i A 2 , 1 z 5 l . f 1 ' ' 7 I , h I f , A 1 . 5 K ' i 5 I , e , ' L1 1 ' 4 v f., 1 A i P., by U98 P' PF' ,. of fkfti nk! Fourth Row Thelma Pieper, Gael Adalr, Norma Taylor, Dorothy Hamlln, Ruth Garrison, Dorls Scholl, Margaret McAfee, Lo1s Duff, Carol Rlchter, Ruby Simon,Betty Ioore Third Row Caryl Raffensperger, Ruby Miller, Valonda Christensen, Eva James, Yvonne Keasey, Sue Hagen, Jane Kopp, M1ldred Breen, Mary Lou Kuehn, Dean Coon, Narllyn Hayter, Hllda Scholl, Lo1s Stefflns, Elsle Oler Second Row Mr Ingram, Alice Peters,Berniece Neiens, Barbara Rhoads,Beu1ah Nelens, Adabelle S1mon,Fern Schlater, Esther Jensen,Mary Jean Ste1nmetz, Ruby Harrison, Harriet Dorsey, Laurel Lantz, Marlan Duff, M1ldred Parrott Flrst Row Ellzabeth Arnett, Clare Harrls, Iona Morgan, V1rg1n1a Pratt, Maxlne S15 ler, Isabel Shaffer, Ella Mae McDermott, Martha Crawford, Bernadlne Darrow, Esther Rork, Kathryn Welmer, Carol DeMent, Betty Leaver Back Row: Merle Moore, Lauren Beaver, Eldred Petersen, George Kopp, Robert Hackman, Arthur Duff, Malcolm Wissler, Gail Rhoads, Walter Hagen, Richard Richter Middle Row: Donald Baxter, Mr. Ingram, Duane Karns, Dale Rourick, Elmer Cron, Del- bert Stone, John Peacock, Robert Ames, Harvey Scholl, Richard Duthie, Rowley Pollock, Robert Hagen, James Miller, Bernard Andersen, Milton Baker Front Row: Billie Parker, Lee Duff, Allan Kelly, Clyde Holland, Robert McDermott, John Sams 21 I' Back Row Gladys Holland, Elalne Petersen, Llldred Breen, Donna Mattheis, Mary Lou Kuehn,Mar1lyn Hayter, Richard Duth1e, Agnes Mortensen Front Row Miss Brown, Clare Harris, Helen Aggen, Mabel Hlghley, Betty Weaver, Carol DeNent, Dor1s Scholl Miss Brown Officers Pres Mabel V Pres Elaine Sec'y Helen 22 Rival 9 S . 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Cfgfiv ll lfufff -4 UVA Back Row Rex Rourick, John Williams, Leon Andersen, James Miller, Walter Hagen, Victor Claussen, Garland Karns, Bernard Brodersen, George Kopp, Howard Johnson Third Row M Young,Louie Johnson, Edwin Duff, Vlrgll Carlson,Merle Moore, Lauren Beaver,Dean Arnett, Boyd Falconer, Merrill Lett,Hhrold Petersen, Eldred Peter sen, Arthur Duff, Max Falconer, Malcolm Wissler, Delbert Stone Gail Rhoads, Dale Rourick Second Row Frederick Nagel, Arthur Nagel, Oscar Mikkelsen, Junior Stone, Darrel LiV1HgStOH, Alvin Wahlert, Russel Saxton, Billy Watson, M1lton Baker, Rowley Pollock, Elmer Cron, Kenneth Roed, Myron Harris First Row Gail Reeves, John Sams, Mac McDermott, Byron Harris Robert McDermott, Clyde Holland, Bernard Andersen, Allan Kelly, Lee Duff gf ... Vx, f ""'5r: J' A GMT Mr Young hw 54 44' ff 'E 'X' an 1-xr 24 'f A 4 .f ', r I, ' .",, .gg jg' Idsf, 'hr ..,.A" W '-f. .. . .- 3,2 g j.tSTf'-'-19 N, ,l .,-fl -I-iq' H .L , 4,v"5i,e '.. aff N' " " hewfl'-rj','1 121512. 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A Comedy in Three Acts Founded on the Bret Harte Story Virginia Mitchell November L, 1940 H S Auditorium Cast of Characters George Smith, known as Bummer, the town loafer James Miller M'Liss, his daughter Beulah Neiens John Grey, the schoolmaster Richard Richter Yuba Bill, a native Eldred Petersen Mrs Lena Moffits, a landlady of the Roarin' Dogu Hot l Mildred Breen NFollies of 1918 Featuring Duane Karns Harold Petersen and Robert Heckman Max Falconer Delbert Stone Dale Rourlck Louie Johnson Howard Johnson Frederick Nagel Max Falconer, Howard Johnson, Robert Beckman, Duane Karns Harold Petersen Louie Johnson, Dale ourick, Delbert Stone Clytie Moffits,her daughter Alice Peters Bess Starlight, an actress Mary Lou Kuehn Clara Hunting, from the city Iona Morgan Carter Langdon, her fiance Bernard Brodersen Judge McSnaggley, the nLawN John Peacock nwhen You Wish Upon a Stern Featuring ......... Yvonne Keasev Ruth Holladay Virginia Pratt Donna Mattheis Thelma Pieper Geraldine Fowble Sue Hagen Betty Karns Jean Sams Lowene Paul Gladys Holland Standing' Gladys Holland, Lowene Paul, Geraldine Fowble Kneeling: Donna Mattheis, Sue Hagen Seated: Thelma Pieper, Virginia Pratt, Jean Sams, Yvonne Keasey, Ruth Holladay, Betty Karns . . g--mu? ,--if--an I in A I X J 5, 'fx'.'f'U ' 'fr ' 1 m .1 2. . 6 T WV' ' f 4 'fi-,yn "V ' '- ' 4 1 gliff he B- My , awww ' -'nw -J, aw.h H, A an ' W A , 7 x - V ' Q' -' , , 1. V . I , . ,Q -, 1 -fr . , I . , Q g I . ,R , ', .1 V.-1 1 3, --. , ii, Q --f . Q 2- , rs 5 3 . if K '. FVJ. I I I n n I I I I I I I I I I I I I I . . . . . . . . 0 - . . 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'You don't know an thing about medicine 'Are you really an heiress?N 'We'l1 be happy in spite of that" 'Janice, I demand you return home with me immediately ' SIGN Slow This means you" 'How did they know I was home 'Oswa1d, d1dn't I tell you to take off that hat?' WIt's off, my love ' Wag? W 'I ain't a maid' How long you been this way What waya 28 April 25 , 1941 Richard Duthie Marie Burns Kathryn Weimer Betty Weaver Harvey Scholl Doris Scholl Agnes Mortensen Mary Jane Kopp Lauren Beaver Carol DeMent Merle Moore marilyn Hayter Richard Young Elaine Petersen ' little sulphur and molasses will work won ders for you, I'm sure' y treatment was simply wonderful ' I 'Is that what they call Dad?' 'Didn't you know? Oh, I'm sorry I told you N 'DY N ,Q Q Ci' G I 1 T Kr?- --" z . Qi T 1' N A 1 - y- N V "M I In O ,, neun, . ' ,L M: L ,. ' Q 'W "" ' A' I H 4. k.,v rf J Q I . 'e,L5Ji . .H ?n ' n . n if amor Cemor anquet May 2, 1941 OLD GLORY Program Max Falconer Carol DeMent Richard Richter Of Thee I Sing' Loyal Forevern WDawns Early Lightn Music by Junior Group Marie Burns James Miller Glorious Pastn Let Freedom Ring' WOn the Old Camp Groun W Mary Jane Kbpp HReign the Democracies Beulah Neiens Years to Comen Mr Young Music Old Glory Fruit Cup Uncle Sam's Cho1ce Potato de la U S Washington Style Peas Stars and Stripes Amber Waves of Grain American Salute Drink of the Democracy e 8152715 3? 3? 'IW Si :Af an ,f"'4 147 pf! Hg UIICQ Q GN April L, l9Ll COM ITTEE Harvey Scholl, Betty Weaver, Harriet Dorsey, Marie Burns, Boyd Falconer, Kathryn Weimer, Merrill Lett, Adabelle Slmon 29 W be fit' K . 5335 Eighnwmnnwmvws- 4 ,l,,,, l - -. ,M-. -. 'Rx ,, ,lt. M, -.. .. . . . ,J . 1. 'fl3g:"1 - xl - . S .V . 'fa ff .fl 43 3 O - " ' Q . Q o u 13,157 :ff D. L - " - - - - - aaa 5' ' 'ig-,yf-1f:2iQwsgg3,w' D - . . . . 'fiijaf-ee -'I , , . 1 . 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LQ, af c Cl fllll0flf0 High School AUd1tOTlum nay ll 1941 8 oo PTOC8SS1OH8l Invocation 'Lift Thine Eyes WSend Out Thy Light' Class Sermon Selectlon BSD9diCt1OD Recess1onal ommenc Qnzent High School Auditorium Mrs Ingram Sextet Mlxed Chorus Double Duet Mixed Chorus may 11, 1941 8 oo p m Proces onal Class Will Class Gifts Music selection Class Prophecy Key presentatlon by the Senior President Junior acceptance Music selection Pageant Part Self Realization The Spirit of the Purple and White An Inquiring Mind Salutatory Public Health Recreation II Human Relationships Respect for Humanity Part Cooperation and Friendship of Nations Family Relationships Part III Economic Efficiency Democratic Family Finances Occupational Cooperation Vocational Guidance IV Civic Responsibility Law Observance Voting Communlty Planning Part Valedictory Music selection Presentation of Honors and Awards Presentation of Diplomas 30 ' , . p. m. ' N O I 0 Scripture Reading . . Rev. Evans , . i , o o o I - an ergarten rczcfes fl 2 Back Row Beverly Lange, Rita Ann Smith, Imogene Benson, MarJorie Roots, Dickie Sisler, Roger Rathman, Marilyn Roots, Joyce Petersen, Freddie Witte, Pauline Hayter Second Row Lola Patty, Bonnie Chrlstensen, Joan Biggs, Mary Marcellia Redburn, Ivan Grinstead, Robert Miller, Margaret Ann Bongers, Robert Liesener, Ida Grace Chris tensen, Ronald Gill, Marilyn Steinmetz, Miss Long Front Row Sandra Powers, Oralyn Johnson, K Charles Feller, Lois Gissible, Russell Osen Jimmie Mclntyre, Karol Kaufmann, Frances M1l1er Norma Deane Biggs, Enid Lou Burns, Ellen Rasmussen Miss Budd, Charles Chadwick absentl, Merlyn Christensen Kabsentl, Bobby Kblly fabsentl, Leon Parker Cabsentl, Carol Jane Lindblom Kabsentj, Roy Patty labsentl 1 Gretchen Budd Nebraska Universlty Drake K1ndergarten, Grade 1 1 Fern Long 'R if Waldorf College Grades 1 2 3 Jetta Knowlton Des Moines U Drake lowaGIiI.gggegsity fades 3 6,4 Back Row Lloyd Akers, Miss Knowlton, Eugene Rasmussen, Junior Fowble, Robert Pratt, B1lly Taylor, Gail Forte, Robert Lett, Howard Karns, Louise Nelens, Muryl Rath man, Miss Nervig Third Row James Denny,Jerry Grinstead,Joan Highley, Patric1a Gil1,Roberta McIntyre, Dixie Buttolph, Mary Sams, Janice Kelly, Marylin Anderson Second Row Bobby Sisler, Alice Ne1ens, Wayne Johnson, Janet Sue Johnson, Howard Gregerson, Dickie Buttolph, Dean Karns, Donald Kelly Front Row Barbara Ann Hollenbeck, Cleo Gr1nstead,Barbara Ann Pearson, Gail Carlson, Barbara Lee Bell, Norman Taylor,Verda Mae Haszard, Paullne Henderson,Don Turner, Carol Porch labsentl, Jerry Sheumaker Kabsentb 31 94- cf - Q - Bd? , , N 4, 3 ' ' I Q. , 'Q at ,,, 1 - ayleiai :L Emi, ' . L, L O .. raesmf 6' Back Row LaVon Rathman, Norma Jean Sisler, Leola Johnson, Gladys Carlson, Betty Norkman, Ann Rhoads, Mary K Bongers, Rex Turner,Jane Porch, Sally Keasey, Azel Ames, Betty Jane Lewis Second Row Frankie Parker, Eldon Hagen, Charles Rob1nson,Wayne B1ggs,Jack Ruggles, Charlotte Koob,Nargery Rhoads,Love Joy Spry,Delbert Chr1stensen, Arthur Miller, Lloyd Denney, Donny Mitchell Front Row Bllly Brookner,Margaret Shaffer, Alanna Forshay, Orin Burns,Leola Ne1ens Danny Osen, Marvin Barber, lilo Buckley,Dolores Gregerson, Cleo Plowman,Richard H ollenbeck 1 Kathryn Nervlg I S T C Iowa Un1vers1ty Grades A 5 2 Leona Dominy I S T C Grades 5 6 3 Earl Bock Maquoketa Jr College I S T C wwf 91 gh Back Row Gerald Tibken, Irene Carlson, Darlene Lett, Robert Petersen, max Biggs, Ronald Roots, Juanita Taylor, Virginia Johnson, Mary Kelly, Phyllis Pratt Second Row Mr Bock, Helen Turner, Dorothy Millholl1n, Gene Petersen, Johnny Ras mussen, Shirley Linfor, Carol Carlton, Byron Christensen, Gene Parker, William Hagen First Row Robert Sams, Jack Highley, LaVeda Christensen,Charles Smith,Lola Chad wick, Blaine Biggs, Dean Beecher 32 I ' . 1 . . O I I I ' 3 Estherville Jr. College - l TO OUR ADVERTISERS: We wish to thank you for your help in the publication of the 1941 Spartan. The kindness of your welcome to our business managers was an encouraging experience. And in return for your courtesy and cooperation, we trust that all patrons of the Anita High School will give you their patronage. --The Editors. QUALITY HARDWARE Go to High School . . . and CIO THROUGH. Stopping at thcmd Floor Coverings of your first second or third 111:11 zs lzke the fellou, who slaps a clock to save tzme It Pays To Graduate Stoves, Ranges and Washers Thermogas Service ROBINSON HARDWARE Atlantic 1110128 MINOR OUTPI I IINC HOUSEHOLD FURNISHING Everythlng for your home 305 7 Walnut St Atlantic owa C r J' A N CHOC OLATL SHOP Tasty Foods Fountain Service Atlantic Iowa B11. AMERICAN BUY LLGIN IATCHES "The Best American Watches' JEWELRY Better Goods At Lowest Prices Expert Watch Repairing At lanti C I Qwg COMPLIMENTS Luther Allen lx111a f0Ill1 1x11 ,Rl 11 xxsxs 1 rn NIO 1 v irwrq I If E " 0 I I X. QC' HU'1'CHINSON'S ..:i.'-:l iss 33 nw mm uma BARBER AND Baked goods of all kinds lsr Xl IX S101 made fresh daily Am1QBQkefY For Youl Beauty C' rvloe PHONE Q4 PHONE 'MR1d xml MCDE,kf.HII Cf 1 Alu! MACI IFES and RLPAIRS Economy Shoe Store H130 Gasollne Olls and Greases XRAY FITTINC See Our' New Cas hltohen Raneas and Relrlgferators Atl ni an C Iowa DIfNIlfNTINlPII+VlI+NTA.OIICO R A LOAN AND INSURANCE AGENCY Snelg-943 rofedlon fun ,oc- Q 1' - Stands ' n . - 04 ,V 5 'fir ulSV' 34 I., ' HI - O V 1 '7' UC . K L87 X Aj - v I ' U Till lv' 4 1 "A SHOE FOR lIVL'RY FOOT" . T . 1 - l V 1 f ,4 . N N V W! W lv Y Al AL l A Al A A . 'f i C 8 S Best Wishes for your future Life to Class of Ll. WEST IOWA TELEPHONE CO. 'Service First' ANITA OIL CO. D X Products Tank Wagon and Service Station Phone 186 TH WELL DRLSSED MAN Finds a Welcome at Every Door We are judged by our clothes on our first impressions, so why not be well dressed always? Young men in particular who have to make their way in the world, should cultivate the habit of being well groomed The purpose of this store is to help you BOB HOWARD CLOTHIER Class of 1923 Send it to the At1ant1c Laundry and Cleaners Phone 315 Atlantic Iowa ZLRIL I1GRPEhUJOL5fY 8th and Plhe Streets 14TY1iX1IC ION 1 'FLOJEPS EOR ALT OC AQ DIS' Telephone 569 G-RIZCZEZRESEIN S DRUG STORE Wall Paper and Paints Atlantic Iowa I F E13 ClJ5l1lhIE DDDEEPLYMUUTHEALEE ANDSERVIE DDDEE TRUCKS wwvb ATLANTIC 4m MZ IOWA STRE 1 - s o 9 V' I I ' 4 ' ' X . I , ' -. -4 J , , . 1 o , ,. W- L 1 B IC 0- I ' - , eMac , ess -ca 5 , nc ' ' 'Q x ffm 'N ,, "' n - ' "7 Watnu 35 John Deere Store Iohn Deere Implemenis 6. Traders GENERAL ELECTRIC APPLIANCES BURL ROOTS PHONE 149 Anita Compliments HILLYARD CHIELICAL C0 PHONE BONGERS BRGS. Your REXALL Drug Store May the years ahead hold for you the happiness of your school days. ANITA I.INIlEFll.lIOUll TYPEWRITER More Underwoods sold to schools and business firms than any other typewriter Margin Stops Up where they belong within easy reach Marginal arrangements can be accomplished faster and any other typewriter in the world UND ERWUUD ELLIOTT FISHER COMPANY GJAHA NEBRASKA I HONI' JCI' Food Store BETTER FOODS make BETTER STUDENTS A R K0l1L 36 of 102 with less effort than on p o o A R NETT'S MOTOR INN Coffee--Plate Lunches Sandwiches--Short Orders Cigarettes--Ice Cream Anita Iowa SMITHER POULTR sxzxwxcs oun Mor-fo POULTRY, EGGS, C Office 201 HOUSG 154 Bell Cafe 'Art and Toots THE PLACE TO EAT Phone ANITA STATE BANK INSURANCE I hone 10 We have engoyed making the group and indlvid ual photographs, for this annual Best wishes to the class of 1,1 HOLI YWOOD STUDIO Photographs that plea se Griswold Iowa O W SHAFFER G SON MOBI LGA MOBlLOIL CHEVROLETX AN ITA ION! A I Hoxr 214 1 H 5 J . 0 ,U - , LJ' .l... . ...ll -.. X... -L 71?-Tl S I :-l l---,s.Y ll y N L AL . O -' , ' ' S: . 37 Y COMPANY REAM, moss, FUR,s,woo1 GARAGE LIOTCR SALES CCLIPANY LAKE B1-JAR, prop, Anita, Iowa Telephone 128 GOOD LUCK SEN1 ORS BURKE BROS. HOG BUYERS IOWA ' S GREATEST INDUSTRY Anita Harlan Casey Avooa Adair ANITA SCHOOLS We Thank You For Your Patronage Y OUNG S Sd Sl O0 Store Dr G M ADAIR PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON PHONES Oih Res d e 240 Amta Lumber Co When better lumber is made we will have it DEPENDABLE ALWAYS DR JOSEPH SCHIFF PHYSICIAN AND SURG1-:oN Office Residence Re 4 Black 4 DR F D WEIMER VETERINARIAN AN ITA IOWA I HONES 0 lnce Oulu . , 'ce 225 i enc RUBERT LCOTT w Av y n u sm- - 14, A M " -1- 193 d 38 Dr P T Wlllzams DENTIST X Rap omg' 1 PHONES O 177 Re de ce 2 1 l- Bull F ALCONER 8z SONS DAIRY WE AIM TO PLEASE PHONE 87 O YPTTPR INSURANCE PHONE Farmers Co Op Elevator Co Grain Coal Feed Fence Livestock Seeds Trucking The Home of Felco' lhly 49 1 HON 1 5 Night 3 Clover Farm Store 'Thri ft plus sati sfaction Phone 29 We Dellver W F CRAWFORD OWI161' THF KUNZ TRAIN CO GRAIN' COAL I1 2 PHONE ELEVAT OR REQIDENCE 219 ANITA PRODUCE Robert Cryer Prop Cream Eggs Poultry Hides Prompt P1ckUp Phone 227 ANITA IOWA C H JOHNSON D . O I A - ' los s Hice si n 14 Office In l. 0. D. '. ding ' 0 .I E VI 1 n and "Merit" feeds 91 . , , . - "' ' A 4 " ' '60 4 1 . . n HP C. Ramus, M r. 48 , 0 O 9 0 , Do I So 9 39 M I D S T Best Wishes 1941 HERFF JONES CCNPANY MFG JLWELERS R SIAHIONERS INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA REPRESENTATIVE GEORGE HULILL FORT DODGE, IOWA WELCOME I C NEW ANITA THEATRE 'Where the plck of the pictures Mstlnee Wed Thurs S t d S d Economy a mi gym un ay snow 21 Shows start at 7 o'c1ock every night ALFRED DEMENT ANITA IOWA VADEL S Short Orders Cigarettes Lunches Ice Cream Sandwiches AND FUN SMITH'S JACK SPRAT STORE su F Fholce Meats and Staple C FOCCFICS Deliveries 9 OO 10 30 2 OO 4 30 Phone 309 CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS TH GOLDEN RULE DEP'T STORE WITH THE GANG 'Best for Less' W E E G G C 0. . " ' U' ' ' To . o th . play." "'L"?-lf,I.f?y"1X,'f2L'I.l,Z""""" .'. 21 4 , N4 fes- Fon f 7 , ' X . I '. .fo ICTOIIIAI. Y N BOOKS HYIIS C0 MQMLGL I S T 'rovelu H, 7 . 1 ,x nn-n w. 2- s. nuns. ' ,


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