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Page 67 text:
Alta's young Cyclones scored three times against list-
less Sutherland and then coasted home to a 21-6 victory
over the Tigers in the annual Homecoming battle. Senior
Bill McDonald, taking over at quarterback for the first
time in his career, hurled two touchdown passes and scored
Jerry Mills headed the early drive. Larry Zwemke
swiped a pass which set the Cyclones up for a touchdown.
Don Swanson booted the extra point to put the Cyclones
in front 7-0. Bill McDonald passed a long toss to Chuck
Ford and the Senior hauled in six points. Don Swanson
again kicked the point and Alta lead 14-0. Chuck Ford
caught a beautiful pass from Bill McDonald for the locals'
final points. Don Swanson made it a perfect night with his
third conversion and a 21-0 Alta lead. Sutherland passes
counted for the Tiger tally.
Dean Peters was hurt in the third quarter. This vic-
tory gave the locals a 5-4 mark for Homecoming games in
the last nine years.
SPONSORED BY THE PETERSON COMPANY
Page 66 text:
The Homecoming activities of this year were a huge
success. Homecoming started off Thursday evening at 7:00
as the student body gathered for a snake dance beginning
at the school house, progressing through the business dis-
trict, and ending at the football field where pep talks were
given by Coach Sutton and Queen Karen Stille. Following
the tradition, King Bill McDonald burned the dummy
representing Sutherland, our opponent.
The following afternoon, a parade was sponsored in
which four floats were entered. Placement went as follows:
Seniors - first, Juniors - second, Freshmen - third, and
Sophomores - fourth.
During the half of the game, Karen Stille was crowned
Homecoming Queen of 1955 by King Bill McDonald. At-
tending Miss Stille were Joan Anderson, Senior Attendantg
Linda Enderson, Junior Attendant, Lynette Mordick, Soph-
omore Attendant, and Sherrill Peterson, Freshman At-
Following the game, a Homecoming Dance was held
in the school gym sponsored by the Seniors. Music was
furnished by Tiny Rice. Refreshments were served at the
close of the evening by the Senior Class.
SPONSORED BY THE PETERSON COMPANY
BILL MC DONALD
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Page 68 text:
A PEP RALLY
King Bill McDonald, Queen Karen Stille
Sherrill Peterson, Freshman Atte da t
Joan Ander n S io Attendant
Lynette Mordick, S ph more Atte d 1:
Ltnda Enderson, Junior Attendant
SPONSORED BY GALL'S STANDARD STATION
Time for Victory
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