Anita High School - Spartan Yearbook (Anita, IA)

 - Class of 1958

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W' One sunny September mormng ln l9-li these eager youngsters entered our school under the d1- rectton of M1ss Otellla Petersen: Karen C. , Mardyll C., Doug I., Iackxe K., Barbara K., Rlchard L., Roger S., Cheryl S. and Myrna S. HANKE JEWELRY Iewelry From llanke ln The Block Between The Banks" Iatlantxc, Iowa U ll u Io Brown, Gary O'Dan1el, Phlllp Ruggles, Stephanlc. Brownsberger Debbie Paulsen Kent Beaver, Kathle Holaday, Davld Gundy. BACK ROW' Mrs Frres Davld K1nz1e Steve O Damel Holl - Y Mlller, Iullana Wlnther, Max D. Smith, Deborah Dorsey, Rana Chapman Becfcy Iorgensen Patty Io Lett BACK ROW: Mrs, Prles, George Brewnsberger, Dana Blaaelt Dlck Dorsey Bernxee Scott Iacme Cox Ioan Barnholdt, Frank: Chrlstensen, Clndy Hagen. FRONT ROW Vlrglma Lee Steele Tom Reed Teresa Lyons, Robert Kelly, Cary Burmelster, Txm Mlller, Margaret Tnompson Roger lluffman Susle Cordes 4,1 xy , f . . 1' .11 FRONT ROW: Randolph Smith, Norma Stephenson, Noel Nelson, Patricia Wadell, Thomas Cameron, Deborah Eddy, LeRoy lnhofe. BACK ROW: Bruce Taylor, Mrs. Westphal, Lisa LaRue, Joseph Morgan, Marcia Winthcr, Anthony Brundige, Ellen Barbour, Ttmothy Akers. LEFT TO RIGHT: Randy Smith, KarleenRe1nier, Steven Kohlmeier, Larry Butler. FRONT ROW: Carol Moore, Steven Kohlmeier, George Miller, Patricia Darrow, Steven Jorgensen, Kathy Westfall, Larry Butler, Randy Larsen, Mark Brown. BACK ROW: Sharon Glynn, Wesley Ruggles, Janie Rich, Olinda Claussen, Kent Jorgensen, Lynann Long, Connie Jensen, Dennis Dorsey, Sandy Brindley. Miss Miner was our teacher in first grade and Lynne Rob ison entered our class. MILI.ARD'S BLACKSMITH SHOP Gas 8 Electric Welding General Repairs - Plow Work Anita, Iowa 5 1' M43 FRONT ROW: Dianna Gundy, Iames Williamson, Karen Gill, Roger Mass, Nancy Beaver, Iames Hester, Connie Penton, Richard Scholl, Diane Anderson, Bill Mattheis. BACK ROW: Mrs. Karstens, Cecilia Brownsberger, Derinda Kinzie, Phyllis Jensen, David Robson, Kathy Hagen, Ierry Templeman, Sally Mattheis, Vicki Roed. We played store and post office. Ms. Martin was our teacher. 6 LEFT TO RIGHT: Steven Eden, Edna Reimer, Elsie Reinier, Barbara Bishop, Selmer Newell. FRONT ROW: Kenneth Klnzie, Steven Wahlert, Alan Thompson, Gary Rich, Sheryl Bernhardt, Sarah Burke, Carol Huffman, Roger Barnholdt, Jimmy Kinzie. BACK ROW: Mrs. Karstens, Polly Barbour, Douglas Reed, Kathleen Wilson, Duane Baxter, Catherine Merritt, Jerry Kelly, Rebecca Brown, Steven Paulson. Lui GAY KARSTENS Standard Tank Wagon Res. Phone 67 FRONT ROW: Geoffr Scholl, Carroll Hornbuckle, Roger Wheatley, Robert Watson. Richafd HOUUGS. ell Raymond Hansen, Karen Thomsen, Betty Huffman, Lyle Heath. BACK ROW: Miss Knowlton, David Milgler, ' son aren Darlys Wiersma, Linda Iohnson, Randy Larsen, Bert Thompson, Norman Dodson, Norris Dod , Nelson. Steven Tupper. A ' ff fn-K, -pu, Ravi LEFT TO RIGHT: David McCaskey, y Darlys Wiersma, Franl:Claussen. FRONT ROW: Charles Gundy, Lois Moore, Natalie Brown, Roger Butler, Suzanne LaRue, Stephen Rugglcs, Phyllis Brownsberger, Bradley Reed. BACK ROW: Emery Reinier, Verl Adams, Ir., Marvin Van Aernam, Gary Kloppenburg, Steven Christensen, Gail Brown, Iohn Legg, Cheryl Lay, Ianet Barnholclt, Charlotte Miller, Miss Knowlton. Miss Ietta Knowlton was our teach er andwe really learned a lot o phonics. GR.AHAM'S Clothing 6. Variety Atlantit, Iowa FRONT ROW: Steven Westfall, Sue Ellen Dorsey, Maribeth Brown, Rlta Brown, Susan Burke, Terry Claussen. BACK ROW: Ronald Kelly, Lawrence Rugqles, Gary Duff, Deborah Ash, Sarah Brundlge, James Claussen, Mrs. Hfown. v ' U if .4 'Y-I .W ii: V FRONT ROW: Wyoma Harrison, Aloma Waddell, Ierry Wahlert, Harvey Wllllamson, Linda Tevepaugh, Linda Gundy. BACK ROW: Janllynn Long, Ianet Wlersma, Coleen Penton, Dennis Eden, Karen Miller, Alanna Holland, Mrs. Brown. Mlss Darlene Sunds helped us up another rung of our educational ladder. WESTERN XOWA TELE. CO. G M Davrs Manager Arlta Iowa LEFT TO RIGHT: Robert Hazard, B111 Llttleton, Patty Nelson, Iamce Wexrsma, Barbara Taylor. ABSENT: Llnda Lyons. .4 - -fr . xl FRONT ROW: Kenneth Sager, Margaret Hazard, Linda Glll, Janice Zimmerman, Judy Cameron, Barbara Wheatley, Bobby Pigsley. BACK ROW: Carol Rich, Nancy Coglln, Janey Jewett. James Ruggles, Steven Llndbloom, Freddie Wilson, Mrs. Moore, Randy Heath, Clark Jeppesen, Billy Saltmarsh, Reha Jo Smith, Cathy Brlndley, Sheryl Thompson. LEFT TO RIGHT: Brenda Jorgensen, Barbara Jensen, Bobby Rasmussen. FRONT ROW: Sharon Moore, Susan Llttleton, Fred Fulk, Duane Roed, Darlene Jorgensen, Mary Brownsberger, Debra Jordon. BACK ROW: Dale Waddell, Carol Kloppenburg, Nancy Redburn, Robert Ellithrope, Mike Lett, Mrs. Moore, George Johnson, Gregory Scholl, Judy Will, Carolyn Scholl, Connie VanAernam, Nell Tevepaugh. Q -' ' :mf -.f L 1 . I P 3 t One of our projects was makxng history notebooks. Mrs. Katherine Miller was our teacher and Richard W. and Jackie B. jorned our class. CAMERON BODY SHOP Wayne Cameron, Prop. Phone Rod 31 v-1 FRONT ROW: Carol Matthels, Jane McCaskey, Marla Ch E A l . ' E ' i ne rlstensen, ' ' l LaF2- , D 11 Carlson. BACK ROW: Kay Lambertsen, Iohn Walker, Llnda Legg, Name M L -,James Tevepaugh' M 1 Je arm Q -V ' Ei 'V - ' .- sl- " , , 3 F t' 'A uf v , K . ' ' '- . '- K , :P .V A : L2 : A Y 'h it ,3a,. "Q 4 ,- ."'f'a . Ye kim!" 1 Kiwi S. ,-ls y I z - Q , '. ', at , I T ' D: 'PH as 1244.2 i Q... I We were finally includ- ed ln the juruor hxgh and basketball proved to be a very lnteresttng sport. Mr. Ken Iones was our teacher. LaRue Taylor jolned us. 10 Y C USU. Miss Nelson. Marv nah Rrchard Watson. 14arrYC15U5en LEFT TO RIGHT: Gary Nlchols, lierman Claussen, Dennls Newell, Iolene Ch6dWlCQl. FRONT ROW: Sharon Saltmarsh, Cralg llolland, Dems Reed, Larry Blshop, Sheryl Rlch, Carol Tuper. BACK ROW: Betty Parker, Fred Chrlstensen, Ioleen Schlee, Kathleen Hansen, Sl1lFlCy'W111, Mavls Nelsen, Richard Krogh, Mlss Nelson - 4 Vi 'F Q I RASMUSSEN HATCHERY Produce-Feeds Iens Rasmussen, Prop. Phone 2 76 1 ,. ...' as J. 4' 01901100 gk I C OOKS HELPERS LEFT TO RIGHT Mrs Glll Mrs Smith M.rs Pearson LEFT TO RIGHT Janet Newell LeonardGars1de Dorothy Wxemann CUSTODIANS LEFT TO RIGHT Lester Hamann Henry Wlemann Andy Mlller HENRY WIEMANN BUS DRIVERS LEFT TO RIGHT: Norman Gundy, Clif Frlos, Andy Mxller, Harry Kaufman, Lester Hamann, Kent Stockham. WHITE FRONT CAFE Meals - Sandwiches - Short Orders Phone 39 Ted Walker, Prop. I, X--4...,, r' ff ff! . I If X. .1 . ,.-gin A ff Le S i. I -1 nr' ar" FRONT ROW: Cheryl Brown, Ronda Forslund, Myra Mattheis, Patricia Hamann, Rosemary Beaman, Linda Turner, Rickey Rcdburn. BACK ROW: Eric Osen, Kent Johnson, Ion Daume, Everett Andersen, Daryl Harris, Ted Legg, Kenneth Harrison, Ronald lessen, Mickey Heath, Don Fletcher, Mr. Brown. Dwight G. , Dallas G. and Dorothy W. became a part of our class and Mr. Phillips was our teach- 2 Q - 11 I Cf. l-l 4 LEFT TO RIGHT: Don Fletcher, Jerry Newell, Rickey Redburn, Karen Hansen. FRONT ROW: Norman Bissell, Dorothy Robinson, Donna Reed, Twila Christensen, Brenda Kinzie, Sheryl Dodson, Paul Brownsberger. BACK ROW: Norval Harrison, Dennis Sims, Gary Iensen, Colleen Kelly, Mr. Brown, Cathleen Kelly, Darrell Nelsen, Kevin Burke, Ierry Dorsey. r -av IlAGEN'S PRODUCE Phone 37 'F.F.l?? FRONT ROW: Darrell Newell, Richard Wilson, Mike Morgan, Richard Hester, Judy Christensen, Beverly Brown, Viola Exllne. BACK ROW: Wayne Newell, Tom Chadwick, Herb Waddell, Royce Nichols, Dean Pierce, Mr. Hildreth, Sandra Forslund, Norma Barber, Joan Hackwell, Dyann Long, Bonita Morgan. LE FT TO RIGHT: Dianne Petersen, Judy Chadwick, Wayne Newell. FRONT ROW: Betty Davis, Diane Tupper, Bette Simon, Ron Kline, Doug Holland, Roger Watson, Ray Rathman. BACK ROW: Terry Lambertson, Gae Nichols, Richard King, Tom McLuen, Russell Harrison, Mr. Hildreth, Dianne Petersen, Mariann Pigsley, Rose Spry, Judy Enfield, Kay Beaman. '-R ENOCKSON S Free or Fresh Ice Cream For T oso who Demand QUALITY Phone 103 Atlantic The class play, ex- ams and graduation man- aged to keep us busy that year. Mrs. Salmon was our teacher and Byron B., Sue D. , Janet T. , Sharon G. and Maurine S. joined us. 15 LEFT TO RIGHT Llnda Turner Kay Beaman Rosemary Beaman Betty armor Dranc Peterson Drane Long Kiwi li, FRONT ROW Paul Brownsbergtr Mxckey Heath Wayne Newell Herbert Waddell Ray Rathman Tom Cnadwrck Manager Don Fletcher SECOND ROW Ted Legg Rlchard King Tom McLue'x Denny S1ms Kevrn Burke Gary Iensen Roger Watson Dean P1crce THIRD ROW Doug Holland Kent Iohnson Darrell Nelson Ronald Klxne Russell Harrrson Kenneth Harrlson Coach Don Brown Assrstant Coach Delmar Chrlst nsen The Iunlor Spartans ended the1r 3 game season wlth a 2 l record They were prevented from further v1ctor1es by the Flu bug For the openmg game, the Iumor Spartans traveled to Avoca and handed them a 13 0 defeat The only defeat the team recelved was at the hands of a very flashy Walnut team The last game the team tromped Elhott 13 0 IPCK LaRUE M D Re xdcnee Phone 208 Offrce Phone ZZ5 . i 5 . L lk , xv. 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I l -' I r , . . umm Cprulafzettes FRONT ROW Iudy Ch5dW1Ck y Beaman Iudy Enfleld Drane Long Dlane Petersen Ioan Hackwell SECOND ROW Norma Barber Lrnda Turner Betty Simon Beverly Brown The Iunior Spartanettes got off to a slow start but ended wlth a fast flI1lSh thls year Losing thelr early games to Lewls Walnut Exlra, and Grlswold the glrls came back to win agamst Oakland Elllott Avoca and Adalr Thelr record for the Conference was three wlns and two losses FRONT ROW Tom McLuen Gary Icnsen Don Fletcher Denny Slms Russell Harnson BACK ROW Tom Chadwxck Manager Mlc cy Heath Paul Brownsbcrger Rrchard Klng Roqer Watson KLVIIT Burke Mr Hrldreth Coach -s-:var UIZIOI C pmlarzs The Iumor Hlgh Spartans had a successful season thls year They rolled up 383 potnts against 198 for Oakland Gnswold Ellrott Avoca, Walnut, Adarr, Exrra and Lewls Hlgh scorers for thls year were Denms Srms, Don Fletcher, and Gary Iensen ATLANTIC BONNESEN'S Arun 5 and I0 17 . t NC 1 , 4 I r Q- , .W 31 f ,xr N i . 1 Q . . 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ALS f en, HS lla fVll"l Ma aussen, Cl ns oergcr, Iolenc Avls Brow tKal1l, Iam: Power , Burke, Judy dll Al llanscn, Dan yl Paulsen, Rlunard LaVernc Garslde, W: FRONT RO u Eden, Ulane Witte, Lo Betiy nscn, Chrlslz Lo ary M ulmr W Nancy Icsse-n, , Irene rsey Do Deanna ll lla olx-rt W: R SEC OND RO n Pear son. 1 BFV L:,M MOOI Larry Larry Phillips, I Duslzln W: Mr. RO RD 1 TH I. s Ollvc lS arol Peterson, M Carlson, C Ylllil Do Roberta Glynn llyndma n, cLaughl1n, Donna nM yAn Mar just .HH A Mary vm, Walter Gl Watson Larry Carol Ieppcscn, Heath, Hy Ie 0911, Sandra Kr Bernardxnz: Pearson, 1 Hackman Donna Barber, la Lo Long, Icnsen, Viola Darlene Ronme oppenburg , Kl rd cha n Lambertscn, Rlchard Vwhulfstone, Ivyn Lund, R1 ll ,Ke Dlxle Nlchols reenlee, G W: Connlv e Dorsey. BACK RO Lyl de, S Gar Larry Dorsey. Il , Room mz, Leo Beschorner La Gary anscn, Darwln H Bernard Legg , Christensen, af ITI Del marsh, lt Sa -'-f--4 , af 0 , 0 .- ,Il U I .11 , ,Sn 34 u lv da-1 :: Lf' 'fn r-os' . gg no If 4 -. M A l z 'iv-P' ,QED ra, Q Q- Q QL ,-f ..t, , X, XJ x ,.- ,f C f SS ICI Karen Hamann Vera Sharon Hamann Cnadwlc Dan Brownsberger Barry Burke Merly Ia nxce Larsen Jane Parker Donna Kramer RONT ROW Mrs Cox re Uhlman Ella Dorsey Darlc. JL a nette W1 emann Carol Dorsey Loxs M1kkelsen SECOND ROW Patty Deemmg elsen Marlene Dorsey Mrs M1ller Betty Cron Mered th Stee c T IRD ROW Melame Cmadw ck Iudy Exlxne Kay Johnson Ianet Newell Frances Supplee Kathryn Glynn harlotte Re. ed Gary FOURTH ROW Mr COX Mr Huff Sharon Glsslble Scholl Iackle Conme Maas Lorane Dorsey Carla Moore Scarlett Mxldred lSI9I1S6l'l Chr Nla Felc BACK ROW Lenny Theulen Marlo Charles Beaman Kexth Tlcknor Kendall Petersen Ronald Gress Robert Matthews Loren Scholl St6l'lS9l'l Leonard Garsxde Terry Ray Danlel Darrow Dav d Kelly Doug McLuen Larry Zxmmerman ei ,Q I .., 2. L ss in i 5209- VY?-YN I Z .e 'i 'S 0999 YYXJSX9 Wi NXXOS Y?-Y-SXOYJ if 4 :blitz S.,-,,,U, -M X rxX Rsfxtx JUOMJJ fd. 75 if Q, Mx QAM BLANCHE S BEAUTY SALON TOWN 6: COUNTRY INS Phone 40 Insurance Of All Kinds Anita, Iowa LD. Brocker - P. F. Clemmensen 5.19900 Emma WM6 .nj--.ag ', Q . , 7' . , 11-.wg s ww I V af. - ,4x'1'5'5AE ' Q. BILL THOMPSON Corn Shelllng ROGERS' BARBER SHOP Anita Phone 16R8 Iowa Floyd Rogers fdyw is ofk. MV i- BILL LINFOR 5 D5 Phone 289 CRABTREE PRINTING SERVICE Above The Ordinary Atlantxc, Iowa 27 R WMM Jaw ,Jw Q..- ,-. 09, Q Q -. xf - , a -f , 5'--iv' 1 - 'EW .gsm X ly 'A I .. A ll' - J 2 ffm P . 28 7. 'Dx ,six -4 ...eff , 5:4 Qgfv' Y 4' ! ,f 'C' 1 f 1 BEHNKEN MOTOR CO F..- 1 ANITA CLEANERS -- 'J' V Phone 52 Used Cars Phone 128 Don Wiersma Prop, U' ' iq .ai Q ww X 5 J , LASAARD F QP 25? XV.-f f x kjfijgf W x If Y fix Qsjtucfent Gounci 12.4-L... 'X A, Ax. Q- av- Q- . ---. .u-aw'f""""" LEFT TO RIGHT: Meredith Steele, Nancy Spry, Richard Woods, Roberta Glynn, Daryl Dressler, Allan Burke, Ilm Phllllps Duane Kline, Dlck Whetstone, Mr. Deskln, Barry Burke, Ianet Taylor, Doug McLuen, Alan Kline. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY XX 5 L tzona onor P oczety FRONT ROW Jane Parker Maurlne Shannon Kay Johnson Sharon Gissible Mrs Mxller BACK ROW Ianet Taylor Varel Bailey Barry Burke Duane Kline M1ssO1lver DR E I O EN Veterinarxan xl 'f 7 1 f x Y!! Ni 1 . . . S 32 Office Phone 193 Residence Phone 199 pil'-u C3 s..4 ' bd qv 'V- T7 ,N Q! FRONT ROW lane Parker Ke1th T1cxnor Kay Johnson Madonna Wxll Dean Wheelock SECOND ROW Terry Ray Meredxth Steele Sue Dressler Dwam Pxerce Donna Enfxcld THIRD ROW Irm Phxlhps Carla Moore Lynne Robxson Lyle Laartz FOURTH ROW Barbara Kramer Roger Scott BACK ROW Mr Long Sponsor Sharon Gzssrble FARMERS Co OPERATM: Lu:vAToR co 105 Chestnut Phone 49 Manager .X 4 I x . . N y X w . ' A 4 ' M " Q V6 7' 5. ., . .4 C7 ' 5" f' . 5, - , LV' . ' ' 5 - I Drex Chadwick, fy X Q I Z f PC' NIH. FRONT ROW: Avis Brownsberger, Iudy Brownsherger, lane Parker, Jackie Karns, Kay Johnson, Betty Eden, Lynn Robison, Karen Hamann, Mary Lou Christensen, Nancy Walker. SEC ROW: Mrs. Miller, Sharon Hamann, Sharon Gissible, Kathryn Glynn, Sue Dressler, Donna 1-leckman, Mefed1rhSree1e. ROYJGYI-3 GYM, D n gg, Frances Sufilee, Miss Jackson. BACK ROW: Barry Burke, Daryl Dressler, Carla Moore, Varel Bailey, Carolyn Millard, Richard Woodsj la urke. fy", E31 .ff I ,4- 1 sr I Y I 1 Ullfflfl ISIN, FRONT ROW: Kent Stockham, Nancy Spry, Kathryn Glynn, Meredith Steele, Jackie Karns, Madonna Will, Iim Phillips. MIDDLE ROW: Evelyn Iessen, Donna Kramer, Marlene Dorsey, Carol Dorsey, Evelyn Hall, Ianxce Larsen, Warren Christensen, Miss Jackson. BACK ROW: jerry Karns, Kent Stephenson, Loren Scholl, Donna Enfield, Frances Suplee, Darlene Uhlman, Sharon Hamann, Connie Maas, Roger Fusselman, Dan Darrow. 5? MI-.RDESlJN'S PAINT STORE ANITA TRIBUNE 725 Main Margaret 6- David Ash, Editors 2' K 34 -issf' Anita, Iowa Phone 107 . u b f97?6.1 FRONT ROW: Mrs. Cox, Donna Newell, Sharon Hamann, Martha Barbour, Betty Cron, Lorane Dorsey, Connre Maas, Charlotte Reed, Janet Taylor, Karen Hamann, SECOND ROW: Avis Eifownsberger, Judy Brownsbergaf, Jackle Karns, Judy Davts, Jolene Claussen, Marlene Dorsey, Karen Chadwlek Judy Powers, Mary Chrrstensen, Janice Larsen, Frances Suplee, Donna Kramer, Nancy Lantz, Bernadrne Pearson, Donna llecicman, Kathryn Glynn Vera Nelson. THIRD ROW: Sue Dressler, Madonna Wlll, Betty Eden, Deanna Dorsey, Irene lessen, Darlene Jensen, Vrola Long, Betty Reynolds Carol Peterson, Donna Carlson, Mary McLaughl1n, Sue Turner, Connle Greenlee, Ruth Possehl, Lola Barber, Meredrth Steele, Darlene Unlman Carol Dorsey. BACK ROW: Nancy Walker, Mardyll Chrlstensen, LaRue Taylor, Donna Enfreld, Sandra Krogh, Carol Jeppesen, Donna Hyndman Diane Witte. Roberta Glynn, Nyla Christensen, Karen Mortensen, Carolyn Mlllard, Jackre Scholl, Mary Ann Just. I I 1 1 I rw-Mfff, O75 v-lf 1- Nfw H xW1'f' ,Qt 14. X 74 S' Q "- M 5 10 DPU - E fi If W Q C 5' 14, J J ,NO 0 O STYLES MODELS . XX Vi MILLER'S LOCKER Phone 142 Anita, Iowa SIDLES COMPANY l.g'I?'lCl Beta 1' FR . ' P1325 RFSJW' 5-V16 Y-Bartz, Roger Fusselman, Dean Wheelock, Richard Retz, Duane Kline, Rxchard Woods, Dwight Gafdf Kem Srockham' Dwjg Taylor' R1 191' COM, hm Nelsen. SECOND ROW: Robert Matthews, Doug Iewett, lane Parker, Kay IOhr1SOl'1. Carla Moore' Kathfvn Glynn' ra Kramer, Mi,a1r1Zf'ftLL'-Msgrsgfa Will. BACK ROW: Barry Burke, Byron Bissell, Merlyn Chadwxck, Doug McLuen, VafQ1B6119Y. lim Phllllpsf Barbara ij,".3':ii . . TW :fl r rf hs . . "' E M, C, ' . fs Y 1 e "9 0 ,, ,L 5' :'f "., si. . 36 FAULKNER INSURANCE AGENCY "Dependable Insurance" Solon A. Karns, Manager Phone 44 K ae?Q4'a..w-2 FRONT ROW: Mr. Huff, Meredith Steele, Ianet Taylor, Kay Johnson, Sue Ilessler. BACK ROW: Terry Ray, Barry Burke, Mervin Robinson, Daryl Dressler, Jim Nelsen, Allan Burke, Doug McLuen. cstrutlem X ,T ff f , u .D K ff ff l f O if u O H X i ' .hh 3 V , 'ft' 5 f ' , 5 W" LEFT TO RIGHT: Iudy Brownsberger, Sharon Grlffln, Vera Nelsen, Carolyn Symonds, Ioan Dusey, Donna Newell. We aw otes f 'wir -1-, uv ,yi it FRONT ROW: Doug McLuen, Carla Moore, Mildred Scarlett, Janet Taylor, Kay Iohnson, Jeannette Wieman, Martha Yoak Melvin Kahl, Mervin Robinson, Daryl Dressler, Iim Nelsen, Allan Burke. SECOND ROW: MaDonna Will, Tom Miner Charlotte Reed, Meredith Steele, Sue Dressler, Sue Turner, Varel Bailey, Roger Scott, Byron Bissell, Richard Woods If . ' 'a ff, - -4 '-' J' 5 ' .5 'Yr . i 3 ' Q..' , .PA " ' T -if" , 4 4 K C. A. LONG S SON, FURNITURE ANITA CAFE Where Your Money Buys Quality and Comfort 777 Main phone 303 Barry Burke, Kent Stockham. THIRD ROW: Diane Long, Mary McLaughlin, Sharon Klever, Carolyn Millard. BACK ROW: Mr. Huff, Nyla Christensen, Lilas Heath, Jane Parker, Dick Whetstone, Terry Ray, LaRue Taylor, Donna Enfield. PEER M.USIC THE GOLDEN RULE .4 A T 7:3 "The Best For Less" Ready To Wear Atlantic, Iowa Anita, Iowa . . . Q , Q N . I. 1, Q X r- xl It 4, .Q A , " 'P , , 31 1' ' Q . ..V v "' I - 1: 76, A, ,Q sl ', I C 5 v X i 4 1 ' ,T N A I I A A .. ff px as ' z . ' . ' Q Qlfh gill' 6,116 FRONT ROW: Mr. Huff, Lorane Dorsey, LaRue Taylor, Janet Taylor, Lynne Roelson, Donna Newell, Lois Mxkkelsen, Donna Kramer. SECOND ROW: Conme Maas, Meredxth Steele, Charlotte Reed, Ruth Possehl, Sharon Kleuver, Mary Lou Christensen, Betty Lou Eden, Jolene Claussen, Madonna Will. THIRD ROW: Jeanette Wiemann, Cheryl Smither, Nyla Christensen, Darlene Jensen, Donna Heckman, Nancy Lantz, Nancy Walker, Frances Suplee, Evelyn llall. FOURTH ROW: Karen Mortensen, Donna Enfleld, Carla Moore, Sue Turner, Connle Greenlee, Dlane Wltte, Sue Dressler, Karen liamann. BACK ROW: Carolyn Millard, Lola Barber, Ella Dorsey, Bernadlne Pearson, Vlola Long, Mary Ann McLaugnlln, Carol Peterson, Sharon Gisslble, Avls Brownsberger. CILADWICK IMPLEMENT CO. Sales and Servxce Implements Parts Phone 24 NEW HOLLAND KELLY RYAN Anita, Iowa Q1 xv 39' ,i . - .1 1 -, ll I l OHS Q UC' U J ' Q! G! I FRONT ROW: Alan Burke, Larry Moore, Dean Wheelock, Mario Peick, Nlerlyn Chadwick, Kent Stockham, Larry Barber. SECOND ROW: Marvin Pearson, Ierry Karns, Mervin Robinson, Donald Taylor, Barry Burke, Richard Woods, Mr. Huff. THIRD ROW: Larry Garslde, Tom Miner, Terry Ray, Byron Bissell, Doug McLuen, Dan Darrow. FOURTH ROW: Larry Paulson, Craig Euken, Daryl Dressler, Lyle Laartz, Dale Fusselman, Varel Bailey. I .FV 17-N. l f,,ii.Q?lg",- X ' -7 , ll W o v-.eva KRASNFS SUPER MARKET Groceries - Meats - Produce Phone 239 Boyd Sims, Manager an , Q in w E H Ill! will 'L LJ S Q Dom Lord Y a Der L Nu N Id U 1.1 U I Ol' JN Jag U Lynn Rob Donna Nawe ONT ROW Donna Kran er L bn :juss 'T GT' KQL RJROVN. 1 N Mduonnu 5 EML y 5 cron K1-3 VL Sur, Turner Conrue Gm n ee karen Mor cnsen h Foss R FOLRT T WWSJLY S Kay Inn bs., Sharon C MCLaL.3n Ma ynM d Car a Mo rc Caro D ane Jntt eld nna Ln JI Dar burn arf, Rlcna u Wuons U QTQ nbofm Dona WR Mer FB' Stoc, Ken C Nhee. DLan an Bunce Mu yn Chadw :A d Vu .f Ly L Lad an DQ ug McLu FJ., Jule SCH J ar Chr A Byron B abc larry Pau nn crry Ray Cra J Lufcen BACK ROW 5 larry Kar Tom Minu y Lantz Lk Who stone Fr, LEFT TO RIGHT Sue Turner Sue Dressler Sharon Gisslble Sharon Hamann and Iudy Brownsberger R516 FRONT ROW Dan Brownsberger Craxg Euken Lyle Laartz Kent Stepherfhn. Doug jewett Robert Matthdus Loren Scholl MIDDLE ROW Dvvaln Pxerce Ioe Barbour Lenny Theulen Barryiubce Richard Lett Jxm Phrlllps Warren Christensen BACK ROW Alan Kline Gary Chrlstensen Ronald Gxffsx Cgach Jani-5lazek Tom Miner, Dell Hansen Coach Merle Deskln Vlnce Hughes Terry Ray Keith Tlcknor I IEWETT GRAIN 6- COAL "' Feed Seeo Phone 48 Wayne Iewett Prop FRONT ROW Lyle laartz Robert Matthews Craig Euken Joe Kelly Roger Scott Kent Stephenson Dan Brownsberger Lenny Theulen joe Barbour Loren Scholl Doug Iewett SECOND ROW Ronnie Simon Alan Kline Dwain Pierce Bill Shultz Dell Hansen Ronald Gress Keith Ticknor Tom Miner Terry Ray Vince Hughes Ierry Karns THIRD ROW Ronnie Exline jerry Heath Walter Glynn Robert Dorsey Steve Kirkham Mervin Robinson Charles Redburn Budd Legg Allen Burke Dean Wheelock Gary Nelsen Darwin Hansen BACK ROW Coach Merle Deskin Coach lack Blazek parlan qua Practice for the 1957 football season began Saturday August 24 with 38 boys reporting Equipment was checked out and then work began in earnest to get ready for the season open er with Corning The Corning game saw Anita dominating the first quarter, driving deep into enemy terri tory on two occasions but failing to score In the second quarter, the Corning ground game clicked for two touchdowns from then on it was mostly a Red Raider show The final score was Corning 19 Anita U Still hurting from the loss to Corning the Spartans came on the field the following week and proceeded to trounce Casey, 27 O Dan Brownsberger carried the brunt of the attack but it was a great team victory over a long time rival The Spartans had their first win and indicated things to come Anita traveled to Walnut for the first conference game of the season. Walnut rammed home four touchdowns in the first half, and at the gun it was 27-0. In the second half a fired-up Spartan eleven quickly put Anita in the scoring column, with Dan Brownsberger and Roger Scott getting three tallies between them. Walnut got one more touchdown making the final score Walnut 33, Anita 18. On the first play from scrimmage of the Elliott game, Captain Doug Iewett galloped over 60 yards to pay dirt and Vince Hughes added the point, putting Anita in front 7-O. The Spartans pushed over another counter before the first quarter ended. In the second quarter Elliott bounced back with two touchdowns, tying the score at 13-13. Late in the first half a sustained drive netted Anita another 6 points and the score at the end of the half stood Anita 19, Elliott 13. The second half was scoreless with Robert Matthews starring on de- fense for the Spartans. The final score--Anita 19, Elliott 13. E DDY'S Boys' Wear Men's Wear The Home Of "Quality Sporting Goods" T T0 RIGHT: I-V10 1-5632, Robert Matthews, Craig Euken, Joe Kelly, Roger Scott, Kent Stephenson, Dan Brownsberger, Lenny Theulen Doug ISWGII, Joe Barbour, Loren Scholl. 771817, 01507219 HOU! On October 12, the Spartans topped off their homecoming celebration witha 14-7 victory over Fontanelle. The Wolves drew first blood on a pass play and a successful try for the ex- tra point. lust before half-time Al Burke threw to Vince Hughes, playing for injured Dan Brownsberger, and set up a Iewett to Scholl TD. Doug Iewett scored the winning touch- down on a 54 yard run in the fourth quarter. Carrying the offensive load was Iewett and Eukeng Robert Matthews and Lenny Theulen turned in their usual fine job on defense. The following week, Anita spoiled Avoca's homecoming festivities by downing the Blue- birds 26-13. The action happened fast with Doug Iewett going the distance on the first play of the game. Also leading the offensive attack were Sophomores Bill Shultz and Vince Hughes. Loren Scholl, Robert Matthews, and Lenny Theulen were outstanding on defense. This victory was Anita's fourth and gave the Spartans a record of 4 wins against 2 losses. The Adair game proved to be a heartbreaker with the Spartans winding up on the short end of a 7-6 score. Adair scored first on a 90 yard gallop by left-half Frank "Satch" Davis and the try for the point was successful. Doug Iewett countered as he got loose to race 70 yards for a touchdown. A holding penalty foiled Craig Euken's extra point plunge so the final score stood Adair 7, Anita 6. The Spartan eleven ended the season with a record of 4 wins and 3 losses--the best season since 1945. Chosen for the S. W. I. All-Conference team were: quarterback, Doug Iewett, end, Loren Scholl, and guard, Robert Matthews. Vince Hughes, Dan Brownsberger, Craig Euken, Roger Scott, and Lenny Theulen received honorable mention. --Duane Kline ANITA LUMBER COMPANY 21:6 Only Lumber Company In The State Of Iowa That Boosts Anita parlanettes FRONT ROW: Iane Parker, Evelyn Hall, Lynn Robison, Ioan Dorsey, Ieannette Wiemann, Carla Moore, Carolyn Millard, Cheryl Smlther, Carolyn Symonds, Iudy Griffin, Kay Iohnson, Barbara Symonds. MIDDLE ROW: Carol Jeppesen, Donna Carlson, Judy Karns, Connie Greenlee, Donna Hyndman, Melanie Chadwick, Kathryn Glynn, Mary Ann Just, Sandra Krogh. BACK ROW: Donna Enfield, Mr. Blazek, Donna Newell. After starting slowly, the Spartanettes came on to win 14 consecutive games and finished the season with a 15-10 won-lost record. Highlights of the season came when Anita de- feated a powerful Walnut team 72-69 in a thrilling three minute overtime, and when the Spartanettes toppled Cumberland for the County Championship 56-55 . Lynne Robison cap- tured high scoring honors and Carla Moore was high on rebounds. Seniors Cheryl Smither and Lynne Robison will be missed next year, but watch out for the Spartanettes in '58-'59. --Duane Kline After The Game, Go To ..EuZ.S.. 6 'RIIIIIIQ Dinners - Short Orders ' my CABIN SPORTING GOODS Sandwiches 318 Walnut Atlantic, Iowa pa rlans FRONT ROW Lyle laartz Robert Matthews Loren Scholl Rxchard Lett Doug Iewett Kent Stephenson SECOND ROW Allan Burke Gary Chrxstensen Merlyn Chadwxck Barry Burke Terry Ray Dan Brownsberger THIRD ROW Larry Moore Bud Legg Ierry Heath Jerry Karns Daryl Dfessler Ron Simon Dwa1nP1erce Manager BACK ROW Lenny Theulen Delmar Chrrstensen Bob Dorsey Marlo Ferck Dan Darrow Rrchard Woods B111 Darrow Mr Deskin The lopsided record of 2 wins and 16 losses 1S by no means a measure of the worth of the Spa11an's basketball squad Hampered by lack of helght thelr sp1r1t and des1re to w1n was as evident in the last game as it was in the f1rst whether ahead or behmd Doug Iewett was the top scorer for the Spartans and Loren Scholl was the leadmg re bounder The startmg f1Ve was ably assrsted by the substrtute work of Barry Burke, All Burke, and Lyle Laartz The showmg of the underclassmen promises a better record for next sea son Playing their last for Anita thls year were Semors Doug Iewett Lyle Laartz, and Rlchard Lett Duane Kllne V , QA . u FLETCHER GA BLI-I STORE Phone 269 G' fl'ltf7eBA. 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