Aledo High School - Astrum (Aledo, IL)

 - Class of 1958

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i-.. I x SENIOR PUBLISHING COMPANY Annual Report to Stockholders Aud ted by Marga t M le Balanced by Patricia Lyman and David Close i re i s SENIOR PUBLISHING COMPANY BALANCE SHEET FISCAL YEAR-1958 MANAGEMENT 3-9 STOCKHOLDERS 148 DEPARTMENTS 49 64 SPORTSMEN 65 76 STATEMENT 77100 MANAGEMENT ZR 1. 1 'AWN XUYJ' 5 75 fi f Ng! 'Sir f ,, ,Q . -K 'lb ,X X ,1 e X' E H ' , x 0 I 'J' fifwwf fr' A ' i f , , K XXX V . V 1 1 X lflfifygx, ff X X , fi? ti fx? df 14 , K i V! I X , ffg X ' J 4 X ' A , ' 7 N X + - If r ?, AXAN ,xxx I' v XGXX .Xxx X95 X X X Xxx 5 X ,. Q Ivy I ' I I -J X Y' C jf f BOARD OF DIRECTORS SCHOOL BOARD UNIT N0 201 M C1 ll d A d 0 y BckR K thB Wht kS th Jap Lloyd As we spend these four short years ln hlgh school most of us fall to reallze the lastlna effect whrch they wlll have on our future years We the senlor class of l958 would lrke to take thls opportunlty to alve our thanks ln advance to the Board of Eclucatlon We feel sure however that the help whlch they have alven us ln the form of our teachers and new school w1ll be more appreclatecl ln the future than we coulcl ever realster ln these few llnes lt 1S our one des1re to fulfrll thelr exoectatlons of us and to make ourselves worthy of thelr efforts 1n aldlna our eolucatron Page Four 'MMR Front Row: Mrs. E. S. c e an , n rew Lem n-Secretar , Ernest Don- aldson-President, Lyle Bridgford. a ow: enne rown, J. B. i e, Fran mi , s er . I I I ' I I HIEF XECUTIVES Mr Clarence H Thoman PRIVCIPAI ILCOHOIIIILS end Goxernment Augustana A B Bemidji Northwestern UI1lXLfNllW Butler UIIIXETSIIW of Wvommg N1 A x ruldnt trade y u k ds lor my other high mol kids 1 thc nord MR JAMLQ B WHITE Sl iw RINTILNIU' N1 Blackburn Ul1lXlThl1X Illinois BA 'VIA Whores my drlxers education book? QW MRS RUTH STEAD DEAN OF GIRLS Mathematics, Latin Cornell College, B. A.: Colorado A.8: M.: University of Wisconsin, M.A. "Everyone read red block 3." Meet Mr. Briefcase. He will accompany you on your tour of our "Big Business". We hope your trip will be memorable and enjoyable. Bon voyage! I 71 H U, .1 '-IL' Mr Don Schnake Head Basketball Loach lllstorx Bradlex UI1lKOFSllX B S sn xppmg tl use trmels nr than s gon g Lu all Q 1 0 VICE Mlss Margaret Miles Chemlstrx 'Mathematics lNIcmmuutl1 Cnllpge B S Western IHIIIUIN 'i 111 olggr Unxersltx ol mls L IXLVHI x Vluhlgan Blologual STdl.lOIl VK ell xou werent expected to f1l'llSh Qunt mf Qi-H Mlss Ivel Bowers Problems Journalism l1n.,1s VM stern Illmwls State Teachers Collegr B UTIIXGYNIIN ol XX ummm 'N A l ht ,e md Iurun 2' Vlfhnrn N lr at m W10d9l'I'l PRESIDENTS Mr Frederick Schaper Xf.,I'lCllltllI'9 XLTSNX H015 Color.-1duA2i1Vl 'Xl A Arg u sure thzt xeq s 1 Z 3 Xl 'sr '43 'Ibm Mr Floyd Ltslngg NII6 Grace Slarmllff Bwlogg nrners Trammf. Home f'l0I1UlllllS WCNYUH UIIYIOIS Sidi? 'Feathers Collegt B A Bracllex UlllXt'Fbl1X B S Western 111111018 51 nt E LICXUOH Umursxtx ut Inxxa 'XI A rlffilllife College Alliflleidlll CUIILE1 Flusg arg thi phllanggg Im fatraud thls lsnt gomg to turn out Mrs Ruth Thoman Mr gfegliloffgflhcllff Enp,l1sh Lxbrarlan Grmnell College Ch1Cd2O Cltx College Goodman Thexter ot Western Illmms State Teachers College Knox College A B the Art Ingutute 01 Chmago B If A Ch1CdgU feathers Un1Vi'fb1U Of WV0m1l"lg UHUCTSITY 01 Wlbiflllfl Collage Roosex elt UHIXQTSITN Western I11ll'AO1S State College Some students are buxmg the hbrarx Speak Louder LOUDER LOLDER ,Q 1 fl-29, arg.: A ' ' ks' X .- ,ff S. 4 N. 2 , , - l, X Q Q ' V Y ' 1 ' . I r . A - - - Q I- . . . Ill ' Q ' . - - -- A 1 d-1 : Jul.. vi-5 I 1 'Q ' ' ' . ' .. ' V L . . X V ' . . ' . . - , ' . , L , .. , ,' - ,H ., , ' W V l.. 'ww 'aiu W Mr John Androlewlcz Bows Phsslcal Educatlon Qumu College Soufh We-Qt N'I1sQour1 Collegg XVho loads, Qallithemcs tod.-no Mrs w7lll3 Mae Stroud Home hronumlm mr mx T he Col e Wh 119 Mr Keith Lund Industrlal -Xrtb Hrlssteru 1111511515 hTegLP?fst gotlegi Bd mere mub 1 m e 0 ou o 0 4,1 L, fy JV Mr Wayne Yard Lommerrvl VX estern Illmmx 91 an Tcnhers Collcge L M u we tllrtmg ulth 1 zero Mrs Isabelle Anderson Culinary Experts fflce bf-rretarw I cant Sell one ticket it A time Mrs Marian Hunter Vlrs Dorothy Glffm Mrs Frances Peterson .414- Supermtendents of James Thornburg W r the kld 1 0 A 1 . "Another dance! Oh, vl'e1l, fo ' ff- 1-' TOCKHC DERS QI' o Cr' f-',TZ"2. Semor Pulvlfsfwfflg' Ca A-In Pa -ty f' ll-eseem-4 Furt- - "-- '41-' 4.41-1.14.4 -on..-...... fffdasvlezw rollon ar- 544404-14.4 Page Eleven 5 c . . . or A - Sfatf """"Hv- -11Av-a-us-..n- Igjjj Puffy of' tl: l',',-sf: Hari' :Z vis- 'bv' .4443 Aa, 41-9- .- F 0 D -bv!-up-.Amana ng... 'Inv - ....... ...Q SENIOR EXECUTIVES P1 L Txulvc Senlor Class Officers Roy Godmg PICS1dLHt Sandia Swearmgen VICQ prusldent Delhtt Treagurel ' H . S' , 1 '. .. . Y . - 1 Joyce Jones, Secretaryg Larry 13. , 2 '-1 -1-:iii 5551,--51 : I 1958 Karl Cook In Karls case silence defmltely does not 1l'ldlC8tE a lack of wlsdom He had a fme academic record and con tnbuted a lot to the Astrum Sandra Swearlngen Thls pretty Sunbeam glrl was a real Sunbeam Everytlme Sandl was seen she was really shmmg Leota Bogart Leota IS a country lass wlth hzgh hopes for her future and the de termmatlon and C3p8C1tV for vxork to make them all come true Judy Mayhew Judy IS a qu1et sort but she was Just as ready to haxe a good tlme as the rest of us Gary Wlllxams Duroc hogs FFA a customlzed Ford and fun were all a part of Wlllle . - Harold Heck Splke decided a long tlme ago that the only way to flght a vxo man IS wlth a hat grab xt and run Page Fourteen EXECUTIVE Dick Riddell Mary Boyles Runt had many outstanding char This raven haired senior was one acterlstics his height and humor of the beauties of our class besides the most noted being one of the most popular DIVISIQN 19 5 8 Don Butcher BUtChlB was one who was 1 ways happy and had the priceless knack of making others feel the same. He was a valuable player on our football team this year. Carol Hyett F. F A Sweetheart, Student Coun cil member, and F. H. A. are just a few of the things this cute bru- nette achieved along with a high scholastic average. Page Fifteen Rov Goding O was all business as president of the senior class but when he got on the dance floor he was just a real cool cat Judy Haines Judy divided her time in high school between school activities and the Aledo Opera House. Larry Del ltt A hot Cornet player nd senlor class treasurer vxlth a pleaslng personahtv thls boy never had to worry about securmg dates Joyce Jones Joyces good humor and frxendllnes more than trlple her helght and her popularxty matches xt ten tlmes oxer Janet Anderson Norman Malone Janlter as known by her frlends Norman can say thmgs ln dravs vlas beS1deS bemg one of the most lngs that most people cant sav ln our class art1st of our class EXECUTIVE Fern Anderson Maurice Waugh Alvsays to be remembered as a A boy vxlth both bram and bravxn star player on her class team and wee presldent of G A A Fern was always there when there vxas these xaluable characterlstlcs work to be done Maurice IS sure to go far vxlth Page Slxteen ,. happy, just about the neatest girl in hundreds of words. He was the 0 Davld Close Ila Cook As Dave couldnt declde between Ila never had to worry about F F our class 4H Student transportation Her Chevle was Councxl and co edltor of our ready to roll at all txmes lt was Astrum he Just dld well at all usually full of kldS of them DIVISION 1958 Burris Ruggles Beverley Guthrie Burr was another of our class All thls glrl needs 1S a good band and dance floor and she IS readv who left us before graduatxon the loss was sorely felt good txme to GO Bex IS always ready for a Page Seventeen ..,' . , . . , . , . . - v YA ..- Bob Rlddell Bob came lrom the country but he knew all about tovxn too Barbara Lloyd If a ledger were made of frlendly funsters Barbs name would be h1gh on the hst Gene Lemon Ach1exe1ng a on the honor roll star rung In plaws and makmg speethes rt lx a fevs of Genes hl DOIDIS Exerxthlng he dld he dld ef flclently Lmda Castor If there was a medal awarded for the happlest senxor Castorbean would undoubtably get lt Her spark Img eyes alvnavs seem to suggest fun Sue Foster Pat Llttle Secretarx of G A A and one of An and supporter of our school the best planlsts 1n school th1s band Pat was one of our most se-nlor glrl was well lxked bw all Cl'ltllLlSldSflL student directors Judv Simpson At Homecomlng tlme Queen Judx took a step tovx ards MISS America vuth the G A A supportlng her as thexr presldent She scent a lot of tlme as secretary to Student Councll News Edltor on the Stu dent and xarxous commlttees and did a good Job on each EXECUTIVE Blll Wrlght Fullback B111 was famous for h1s promotional 3CtlV1t1eS and a blg bad burly stralght elght Olds Page Elghteen wc 3 ony ' ' 'gh " v . , ' ' v ty . .4 - A ' v . h ' I . . 7 , ,, - ' v Jerry Bewley Dianne Carson A county lad vuth c1t1f1ed ld63S Th1s blonde beauty nxcknamed thls all star pitcher on the base Sam for obvlous reasons never ball team called Jake was a had to stav home because of lack DIVISION 1958 Curt Downlng Edwlna Douglas A real neat dresser with a hot A redhead from Seaton Eddle lxttle Plymouth thls good looklng could really beat the drums and senior boy really got around as a true frlend we found that she couldnt be beat Page Nmeteen Roger Stancllff Beaver was a good example ol school splrxt as the mlghty llttle man ager of the football team and sports edltor of the Student Sonja Brown Slender studxous and sharp are words whxch best descrlbe our Songa Be sxdes gettmg good grades she found txme to be llbrarlan and play ln the band too . . . . - - - - .. .. . , welcome addition to any crowd. of an escort. 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Lane McCre1ght Drxvlng was Macs mam occupatlon If you were 1n Aledo he was too VIVIHD Dellltt Worthy advlser m Ralnbow Glrls and trombone player ln our band when thls hkeable glrl made fr1ends she kept them Donna Bedford Donna accompllshed a lot thxs xear She got hltched and stlll uorked Flght on to get her dlp loma xxlth the rest of her class Carrollyn Mitchell We havent the space to mentlon has done for our class When she received the D A R award this year lt showed her ratmg Ray Stoner Ray was never as sleepv as he looked He was tops m sports and ln any crowd EXECUTIVE Larry Greer Larry kept h1s half of the twlns student Councll and wlth hls ath letlc abxllty on the football fleld basketball floor and on the track Page Twenty R . all the good wark that Carrollyn good work by being President of Ronnie Johnson Lorraine Mlnteer Thls red headed hvewlre was w ys on the go whether on the basketball floor or ln h1S shot rod Wherever Ed went he made lots 3 frlend Lorralnes the shy type but she would do anythlng toward helpmg DIVISION 1958 Jerry Greer JoAnn Weeks President Of A V C C0 Captam A neat prettv glrl Wlth lots of of the basketball team and treas urer of Student Councll th1s pop Charm JoAnn had mans' friends ular twln dld h1s share to make our from near and far class one of the best Page Twenty one Don Burgess By the number of females usually found ln Dons customlzed car vue surmlse that h1s mlddle name must be Juan Mary Longley Although most thought her qulet and shy those who knew her well knew how much fun she was and what a tremendous capacxty for work she had Q 3 . - . . 51- I ' ' a . . . V of friends. A 2 E Davld Glffln Dave IS leavlng behlnd hlm one of the best academxc records of anyone ln our class He also played a pretty hot trombone IH the band of whlch he was pres1dent Eleanor White Th1S lxbrarlan and actlve member of F T A lS a glrl w1th a goal She vull reallze xt wlth a ready smile and a hlgh SCh0l3StlC average Dorls Flfleld Melvln Hays Thxs tall brown halred glrl was a Melyln vsas rather qulet but when Valuable asset to her class team he dld Say Somethmg It meflted and cut quite a cute flgure on attermon skates too A fun lovmg blonde Colleen could be found drlvlng a Bulck cheerlng the team or Just havlng fun EXECUTIVE Elmer was really on the ball as president of F F A and when he got lnto h1S llttle yellow Ford he was real gone Page Twenty two O Colleen Fisher Ronnie Hanson ......N Jerry Matson Rita Davis Ollie cut out His tlme schedule A great asset which Rita possesses did not permit him to study and to customize his car simultaneous DIVISION 1958 is her quiet friendly personality Lon Lemon Elaine Etheridge Besides being a whiz on skates, Entering double harness, this faith- Lonny was an all-out advocate of ful cafeteria worker left our halls F, F. A. in January. Page Twenty-three Guy Welch Tall with a hankering for basketball Guy had many interests and hobbies His favorite seemed to be airplanes and girls Frances Roth "Peg's" jolly laugh and longlasting pep has won many friends throughout her high-school career. She worked hard as president of F. H. A. this year. Bob Brldgford Always around but nexer a sound seemed to b Bridges motto He was alvxays ready to help where h could especlally on the Astrum Nancy Keating Thls llvely blonde could always be seen gomg f1V6 dlfferent ways at the same tlme but Nan always ended up Just rxght Llnda Lemon Lynns greatest loxe was mus1c She was one of the greatest en thusxasts of rock and roll Bob Bloomer Seldom walklng always talkmg Bob vxent a lot of places 1n h1s blue Chevle He could reallv svxmg on the dance floor too Page Twenty four Davld Johnson Daxes flrst love was h1S Coon hounds but he wxll be remem bered for the hard work he dld for our class EXECUTIVE Jack Holt Jacks lnterests were dlvxded be tween three major subJects a car a glrl and Qumns grocery store Qumns took the DFIZE and Jack left the AHS halls ln Aprll . v V e .. 4 . .. I ' e . .. ,, . . , V . y , . . Y - 1 - R 0 ----- - - Y . .. ., . Rlchard Fell Richie was a boy who didnt spend much time with girls at least untll his senior year He was either working at the station or riding in his Chevxe convert DIVISION 1958 Patrlcla Lyman As co editor of the Astrum member of the Student staff and an actress in plays Pat had a busy four years but she man aged to do an excellent Job on everything she undertook Dale R.lgglIlS Betty Snell Dale loved school and girls but Betty was always welcomed in any he liked his car better group and added life to any party Page Twenty five Harry Longley Harry may be quiet in a classrozmi but put him on a wrestling mat, and hc will show you how quiet he is. He was the heavy-weight champion wrcstfer this year. Francis Chlnlund Without Franny ln our football line A H S would haxe had a tough tlme getting second ln the Little Six His efforts merlted him an Little All State avs ard I Q - -I - - H - 1 - - 4. 1, o - 1 i i 1 i . . , K 2 V I X 1 Y A A xx ' Neil Giffin A wonderful fellow- as one can see, football player and member of A. V. C. The gray bomb his prize posession, he cou1dn't wait until the last proces- sion. Sharyn Balmer Gettxng As ln shorthand was no task for th1S senxor g1r1 and she dldnt seem to have any trouble 1n extra currlcular 8Ct1Nlt16S elther Murrel Hollis If students were pald mlleage on thelr cars Murrel would be a m1l lxonalre Carroll Chapman Thls tall semor boy never seemed to have many cares and lf he d1d they couldn t have been about school work Jacl Steele More than anyone else JHCI was a pal of all the class As edltor m chlef of The Student she al readv has started a lxterary career 1958 Patrlcla Wakeland Pats mterests centered outslde of our school but she was always fr1end1y ln her speclal sort of way Page Twenty slx GENE LEMON DAVID GIFFIN Valedlctorlan Salutatorlan SR. - 201 RECORD PRAISED Outstanding workers over the past four years are listed below Their records are listed also 27027 per cent of the class averaged a B 4000 or better in their high school careers Gene Lemon David Giffin Karl Cook Eleanor White Guy Welch Carrollyn Mitchell Carol Hyett Vivian Delhtt Joan Weeks Four Year Honor Roll 5 000 4 964 4 935 4 733 4 709 4 655 4 535 4 500 4 392 Larry Greer Judy Simpson Edwina Douglas Jerry Greer Pat Lyman Joyce Jones Maurice Waugh Fern Anderson Melvin Hays Page Twenty seven 4 379 4 321 4 321 4 241 4 226 4 166' 4 151 4 107 4 034 David Close ...... 4.866 Bill Wright ...... 4.310 JR EXECUTIVES Page Twenty-eight Junlor Class Offlcers Jerly Baker P1es1dent Hog er Smallwood, VICL DICSI dentg Karen MCC1'9ight, Sec r e t a 1' yg Tom Redlinger Tl'EHSLlI'CI'. 1959 Dennis Anderson Renee Anderson Jerry Baker Ronnle Baker Garv Boruff X A Can Bowlwou Rudolf Breltmexer Bonme Brldgford Page Thxrty DEPART .I R. n Q I QNX Bonnie Brooks Barbara Bryant MENT 1959 Harriet Cavanah Carolyn Busby Marc Constant Beverlv Cook Earl Dlxon Jlm Douglas Page Th1rty one . 2 R32 in ml" ff 1 PEPI gi .H ww' www? Jim Edwards Joyce Ewing Gene Fisher Renee Forber Marv Ann Foster DEPART 'Wh Sandra Cordon Lavern Fullel Jean Frank Page Thlrtx two ,mamma gl Charles Greer Rav Green Lucille Hag MINT 1959 iw Rosalvn Hall Charles Headley 'U'-QE jr Herb Heap Sandra Hill Janice Hood Pa e TI'irt,'-three Jerry Hughes Dlck Hunter Ronald Huttenstlne 'Vw MNNWQ "WW Jeanne Icenogle Donald Lee Johnson Dean Johnston ,rs-9' Mlke Johnston Page Thirty-four DEPART Verna Johnston Barbara Keatlng MENT 1959 J amce Lmgafelter Vance Kellman Agnes Kimball Ruth Ann Kimball Rodney Lemon Patts Lmgafelter Bob Lovlng Pa e Th1rt5 txvc E 1 fff 'i Qaaa n MQW w l 2,E 2 X1 Wm 'W'-vi "Mm, WM Carolxn Lower Karen MCCf0lght Ruth Ann McNeal MPV' -1-M Nell Orth Larry Perklns Bonnie Peters Roberta Peters Page Thlrty b1X DEPT JR -1 9 siyf Dorothy Peterson dm Q.-1-16" Ruth Ann Peterson Tom Redlmger Don Roegge Blll Ruggles Jane Sackman lulla Mae Schrelber Roger Smallwood Patsy Smith Marty South Page Thirty-seven John Sloan June Stewart Arlene Thomas Donna Thompson 'il Barbara Toellen Brenda Truman Page Thlrtx elght Larrw Stltee John Thor Judy Varner . .,4 5 F ser n' e on 'fx W Sue Wardlow Gay Welch Sue Westerfleld Fred Whlte Sue WllkS Paullne Wllllams Carol Wood ww Jamce Young Verne Wortman Page Th1rtw mnc WWW .IOURNEYMEN Page Forty Sophomore Class Officers Roger Bonynge, Pres1dent M a r y Cabeen, Secretary Mary Ann Gustafson, Treas urer, Pat Blaser, VICE DFSSI dent 1960 Fx? W 5 wg? ., Ani' inf' xp, A NP 216 A :fi 3 S 1 mf if 37' Q 'Kiz:..4:. 5- 'xy 5 1553: 12 uluzzn . If 4 an R Q5 QQ' ,E A..,. .,., X K? 5 :W -V k A. L 1 ..,, .. .. ,ir ,F f T iii? if' Q, . LL As' A A af 2- .fs I 3 it :'Q. :Z L , 5 Jw st. :S,v,,4-ff: W Q if 7 i G Jw ' 2 wr' 5 M, fi ag? APPRENTICES Wwmmnuu-l Page Forty -four Ulm Freshman Class Offlcers M a 1 y Keatmg Secretaxy Karvl Hastmgs Prcsldent Shalom Walker Vlce presl dent Betty Schruber Tre-as LIICI as Q. Q ' M ggi x fu' 4 15 We aw wk r if wi, vii 4 if ii L, 'HP F TURE ENTREPRENEUR Th1s sen1or class has passed through the many doors of the new Aledo H1gh School ever SINCE 1ts opemng They are pr1v1leged to be the f1rst class to attend four vears and to .graduate from the recentlv constructed lou1ld1ng The four wears hax e been educat1ona1 happy and lnterestlng Manv thanks go to the commumty board facultv and others who have shown enthus1asm 1n the school The senlor class IS glad to graduate under tnese c1rcumst nces and lS grateful for the pos1t1on xx h1Ch thex hold Page Forty-eight DEPARTMENTS P Fty . V fl -I' EQ ck-9 CK G A A FRESHMAN I-lrst mxx Kax Foster Martha Foste Paula Vance Peggx Johnson LL1C1l1dl Flbson Llndl Anderson Sand S ra 16 ben Bettx Beer Barbarl Knupp Dor othx Kcnncdx Second row S 1 n dr 1 Nexx sxxandel Janlce Carlson Bonnle Ruggles Annx Ruggles Geraldlne DeBlock Susan VIcKax Sandra Fender Nancx Mc 'xleal X71Y'g1I1l3 Runxon Rita 'Worms Thlrd row Sue M1lls Marx Toellen Nlarx Hunter M arx Keatlng Janet rder D1 nn Olsen artelll 1 Pettx Schrubcr Roberta Heck K irxl H lstlngs Fourth row Florence Kennedx Jine Bertelsen Sharxl Edxxards Judx Thompson Marx Fastert Marx Sxxan son Barbara Lltxxxler Lorraine Henrx Lvnn Plper Flfth rovx Marx Franks Jane Varna: Connie Allen 'xlarx Tracv Linda Mar tm Sue Broxxn 'Vlarcla Ghdden Shlr on Walker G A A OFFICERS Agnes Kimball Polnt Captam Sue Foster Secretary Fern Anderson Vue presldent Colleen F1'-her Treasurer M r s Darlent Schrrndt Sponsor and Judx Slmpson Plc'- ldent Page Flfty JUNIOR G A A Mrst rovx Bonme Peters Bonnl Brxdgford Brenda Truman Harrlet Caxanah Ruth Ann McNeal Rosalxn Hall and Ruth Ann Klmball Second roxn Jane Sackman Lucllle Hagan Barbara Bryant Ruth Ann Peterson Renee Forber Agnes Klm ball and Jovce Exxmg Third row Dorothv Peterson Janxce Lmgafelter Paullne Wllllams Ella Mae 'ichrexber Carol Wood Sue Wes terfxeld and Donna Thompson Fourth roxx JHUICC Hood Gax Welch Barbara Keatlng Judx Varner and Renee Anderson Flfth rovx Pat Lmgafelter Barbara Toellen Jean Frank Karen McCre1ght Marx Ann Foster and Jeanne Ice nogle v 1' 5 '5 .' . l ' r. ' ' , : , 1 : , ' ' ' - . x ,' J' , I 2 Z , - r , . 1 - - I A - .' - I A ' - x . H . , I Re f , 2 X ' . IVIZ ' 1 Hall. ' , 4- . . . l 2 ,, l 2 I. 2: W - ,Z ., -, 2 . ' ': 1 K- . 4. . . . A 1 -V , v G ' n a I ' . -- . ,. ' . 'Q , , Y' V . V 1 V I . . l E Sophomore G A A I-lrnt rovs Donna Wakeland Ehza beth Cirlson Phvllls Jones Joanne Castor Marv MLNeal Marx Gustaf son Pam Acord and Karen Garrison second rovs Sandra Fmrh Karon Berrw Jane Llttle Janet Burns Pat oxles 'vlarv Clbeen d Ir Waugh Third row Carol Moore Kathx Har mon Dorls Hunt PTISCIIIS LIINKIIGT Rita Hlll Bxrbara Sutton Carolxn Llowd Janlce Franks and Karen Brokavt Fourth row Barbara Chlnlund Pat Blaser Sharon Hudson Joanne Greer V1rg1n1a Longley Bonme Al E131 Karen Rlgg1I1S and Jeannlne 1 Plfth row Marx Lou Heap Nadlne Dans Glenda W1se Sandra Lemon Catherlne Wllllarns Carol Utslnger Sharon Rlplev and Margo Qumn A.--v 5, an ,K W2 W5 Of Page Flfty one CHERS SENIOR G. A. A. First row: Colleen I"iSh0I'- Sh1iFYU Balmer Dunne Carson Pat Lvmm Iudx Hamm. and LY nn lemon berond row Nxnw Keatlng Cdr rollxn Mltchell Frances Roth S2111 dra Sxxearlngen Lmda Castor Janet Anderson Edvuna Douglas Bafbam Lloxfl Joxce Jones and Marx Long ew Thlrd row Ila Je an Cook JudY Slmpson Jxc1 Steele Fern AI'ld9l'S0n Carol Hxett Sue Foster Judx Ma! hen JoAnn Xveeks and 'WIFE B03 es G A A ATHLETIC COUNCIL Frances Roth Carrollwn Mltchell Bonnle Brxdgfotd Harrlet Caxanah Bonnle Allen Barbara Chmlund Jane Varner and Con me Allen -. - . 1 , C 1 4 I ' . . ,. 1 I' , . 1 t .: 2 .Iv 3 V ' - N w . ' ' , ' -, r , - , 2 V v v N 'V ' bv ' . , . I '. - . I . ,Q Y h ' V 1 u Iv '- H I v r . , K I z ' l '. . . . ' ': ' 1 I . , ' - - 1 - . " I V 4 ' . B J '. I 1' 1 , an i s V 2 . L' y . W. . . 5 M iv 5. : 1. ' V 'fflfl' fed! ' if x - Y Lv ' I ' . ' , f "1 'fel .P . , I 23 3 ' v V . f-1.55 SENIOR CHAPTER F H A OFFICERS I-lrst mn JoAnn Weeks Treasurei Barbara lloxd Setretarx Firlnus Roth President C1rolHxett Vim President Second ron Pauline XX illlains His r H 1rr1et C11 anah Ret reition Cl1a1rn11n 'Nlrs Stroud Adxiscr Judx Hiines 11l1 lIll0lll.ll"l d r we irlneen P bllt Rtlatlo s C 111 111 111 Sui VS iidloxx Proutts Oli nr IN III SENIOR CHAPTER F H. A. First row: Leota Bogart. JOA11 1 VVeeks, Donna Bedford, Lorraine Min- teer, Judy Haines, Sonja Brown. Eleanor White. Patricia Lyman. Second row: Pat Wakeland. Vivian Dellitt. Mary Bovles. Dianne Carson. Barbara Lloyd. Carrollyn Mitchell. Jaci Steele. Joyce Jones. Doris Fifield, Betty Snell. Lynn I,ElllOll, F1'z111t't-s Roth, Ed wina Dutiglas. Third row: Janet AllCIl'VSKbIl, Fern .All- derson. Judy Simpson, Judy Maylww, Nancy Keating. Sandra SXN'l3iiI'lllgK'Il. Colleen Fisher. Carol Hyett. Sue Fos- ter. Beierley Guthrie. Mary l.r111gley. Linda Castor. sue SENIOR CHAPTER F H A lrirst row Barbara Briant Ruth Ann Peter'-on Agnes, Kimball Harriet Cai mah June Ewing Rosalwn Hall Ruth Ann Kimball Roberta Peters Second row Barb ir 1 Ton lle11 J me Lkni 111 P LIIIIIL W 1 1 an Jean I- r mk Ella 'Wag SLl1re1ber Brend 1 Trum III Iunille Hagan Bonnie Peters Ianlme I lngafelter Janice Hood Bon nie Bridgtoid Third row Don111 Jean Icenogle Ar lenc Thornai Renee Anderson Barbara Keating Judi Varner Carolxn Bus bx Carolxn Lovxer Sue Westerfield Dorothx Peterson Kai 'VlQCre1ght Sue VR ardloxx Gr-15 Welch Carol Vkood HOME JUNIOR CHAPTER F H A First row Barbara Havs Mary An Gustafson Joanne Castor Mary Lee McNeal Marlene Muhlenburg Karen Garrison Janice Franks Sharon Hud son Second rovs Carolyn Lloyd Jane Little Janet Burns Karon Berrv Mar go Quinn Pam Acord Sandra Lemon Carol Koresko Barbara Chinlund Karen Brokaw Joyce Guthrie Third row Pat Blaser Nadine Davis Iris Waugh Pat Bovles Barbara Sut ton Marv Cabeen Joanne Greer Sharon Riplev Virginia Longlex Catherine Williams, Carol Utsinger. ECONOMISTS JUNIOR CHAPTER F H A First row Iris Waugh Treasurer Marx Ann Gustafson Secretary Karen Bro kau President Karon Berry Vice President Second row Joanne Greer Parlia mentarlan Sandra Lemon Historian Margo Quinn Ret re itlon Ch nrm in lVlis Stmt iii Adxlser Citherlnm ill uns olut ch ilrm in Sh iron Hudson PL bln Rel xtions JUNIOR CHAPTER F. H. A. Freshmen First row: Rita Bird, Elaine Bus- by, Lucinda Gibson. Betty Beer, Paula Vance, Dorothy Kennedy. Kay Foster. Linda McKay. Second row: Mary Ann Tracy. Lin- da Martin. Roberta Heck. Mary Pat Toellen, Marcella Hall, Janet Rader, Nellie Jayne Williams. Susan McKay, Karyl Hastings, Sue Brown, Marda Glidden. Third row: Jane Varner, Mary Hunter, Peggy Hall, Betty Schrei- ber, Sharon Walker, Jane Bertel- sen, Sharyl Edwards. Diane Olsen, Sandra Fender, Florence Kennedy Juniors and Seniors F. F. A. First row: Mr. Fred Schaper, Adviser, Ron Hanson. Jim Edwards, Neil Orth, Lavern Fuller, Dick Riddell. Second row: Charles Greer, Neil Giffin, Gary Williams, J i m Douglas, Francis Chinlund. Harold Heck. Lonny Lemon, David Close. F F A Parli amentarv Pro cedure Team Nell Gitiin Rod new Lemon Gene Lemon Jon Dau son and D a x 1 d Close FIELD No business would be in the top class without good fieldmen Aledos called the Future Farm ers cl America are the best FFA teams compete in many ontests during the school year and the chapter also has manv sales drix es and recreational events F F A OFFICERS Front Fred Sch iper Adxlser Francis Chin lund Treasurer Vernie Fuller Secretarv second row Jun Edwards Reporter Daxid Close Vice president Ronnie Hanson Pres ident Lonnie Lemon Watchdog 5 7 - , . ," ' - . 4 1 Y 3, . - as 2 I Q 7'- F. F. A. First row: John Sheriff. Lee Bell, Jim An- derson, Merle Dean, Holly Marshall, Jim Bethell, Jerry Mitchell, Second row: Herbert Heap. Larry Truman. Dick Wilks, Gary Hutchins. David Duncan, Charles Eckert. David Kelly. Jim Olson. David Zippe. Eugene Dean, Bill Dillavou. Third row: James Bogart. Mort Chandler, Dwight Shoemaker Jim Nelson Lane Hyett Bill Longlex Robert Schippers Terrv Rid dell Jim Anderson Victoi Anderson MEN Shown on this page are pictures of the land Judging team in action The parliamentary procedure team below took first last vear making tour top places in as many years Planning farm arrangements spon sorlng the Plow Boy Prom, Hare and Hound chase and donkey basketball game, selling Christmas cards throwing a skating partv play mg basketball pur chasing a tape recorder, eating slum gulliun, and continuing the chapter gilt and steam cleaner protects are all part of the FEA S work mmm PM V+.-,ww M TICKET COMMITTEE Roger Bonynge, Stanley Wherry, Jim Edwards OFFICERS Mrst row Larrv Greer Presxdent 'VIrs Second rovs Carol Hxett Reporter Daxe Glfflh VICC presldent Judv Slmpson Secretary COLLECTIONS COMMITTEF Carol Hxett Carrollxn Mltchell Dvxlght Qhoe-maker .Iudv Sxmpson Ir1s Waugh UNION Rank and f1le Workers are re presented bv four members from each class comprlsmg the medx atlon board called the Student Counc1l Manv students do not reahze the 1mportance of the Stu dent Counc1l and the Vafled func tlons It performs Bes1des makmg Red Cross and March of Dlmes collectxons supplvmg a check room for basketball games organ lzxng a fund for sendlng flowers to students absent because of 1ll ness keepmg an annual scrapbook ' .1 v . . - 7 ,- 'N .. ,Z , . :A h Stead, Adviser: Jerry Greer, Treasurer. J n t . A I - . I- . BOSSES of all school act1v1t1es glvlng students placmg a weekly calendar 1n each class room managlng elect1ons and tallylng ballots decoratlng the school durlng the hol1day season and puttlng on a Chr1st mas party the Student Councll usually has a project each year Th1s vear a hx f1 record player was purchased for use at all cafeterla dances and equlpment has been bought for the projector rnak mg posslble the showlng of movles from the projectlon booth SCRAPBOOK COMMITTEE Paula Vance Pam Acord Danny Cole CHECKROOM COMMITTEE Tom Yerkey Agnes Klmball Lawern Fuller STUDENT COUNCIL I'1rst row Mrs Stead Adxlser Car rollvn Mltchell Daxe Close Jerrv Greer Judy Slmpson Larry Greer Date Gxffln Carol Hyett Second row Paula Vance Irxs Waugh Dwlght Shoemaker Tom Yerkey La Vern Fuller Roger Bonynge Danny Cole Pam Acord Stanley Wherry Donald Lee Johnson Jxm Edwards Agnes Kxmball , 2. sf 121. MW - w ' ' K .1 W x , . . , . . w an idea of each week's coming events by W 7 7 . . . . .K Q Q 7 , Y , - anal' EXPERTS Patsy Smith and Barbara Keating Judy Haines and Leota Bogart Sonja Brown Bonnie Bridgford FIR T AID TRAINEES Future Nurses I-irst row Agnes Klmball Karen McCre1ght Sue Wardlo Judy Varner Gay Welch Glenda Wlse Nadlne Davls Kathy Harmon Sandra Flnch Mary Kay Cabeen Pat Blaser Second row Barbara Hays Verna Johnston Jamce ETICSOD Jean Frank Brenda Truman Janice Lmgafelter Sue W11kS Ella Mae Schrelber Margo Qumn Judy Mav hew Roberta Peters Sandra Lemon Dorothy Peterson Karen GBTTISOH COFYIIB Sweet Mrs Thoman Thlrd row Llnda Castor Jane Varner Judv Simpson Carol Utsmger Sharon Rlpley Mary Gustafson Barbara Lloyd Sandra Swearlngen Catherme Wllllams Pat Boyles Carolyn Busby Rosalvn Hall Jane Sackman Prlscllla Lltwller Vlfglha Addlng another operatlon to the long 11st of orgamzatxons at AHS IS the Future Nurses of Amerxca A group of g1r1s lnterested 1n nurslng as a career wlth the a1d of Mrs Thoman, sponsor, IS responslble for 1tS orgamzatlon at Aledo Mxss Bacon, school nurse and advlser of the Future Nurses club of Rock Island hlgh school, and Mrs Wacek, dlrector of nursmg at the St Anthonys hospltal 1n Rock Is land, V1S1t6d the group and advlsed them to get the co operatlon of the Aledo Women s AUX11laFy Th1s was accornphshed, and a tea was glven by the Aux111ary at the Mercer county hospltal March 28 for all sophomore, junlor, and senlor glrls 1nterested 1n nurs mg A few of the future h1ghl1ghtS of the club w11l be student speakers from other schools, fleld trlps to Var1ous h0Sp1t31S, and fllms ThlS organ1zat1on IS sure to beneflt Aledo Hlgh and the surroundlng comrnunltv We W1Sh lt the best of luck and cont1nued success 1n the future Page SIXYW ss..- S 3 ' . ' . W. . . 4 1 I I 1 1 ' 1 1 1 . 4 1 . 1 . 1 h 1 . ' 1 1 1 1 V 1 ' 1 - - ' 5 l . 1 . I 1 I 1 1 1 ' 1 1 I I h 1 1 1 . 1 1 ' . . h 1 . V Longley, Carol Wood. . . , . . . , . . . . . . , 1 1 ' ., . ' v SPIRIT SPARKER PEP CLUB OFFICERS Left to right Pam Acord Secretary Treasurer Sandra Svxearlngen Presxdent Roger Bonx nge VICE presldent JUNIOR VARSITY CHEERLEADERS Left to rxght Sharon Hudson Mary Fran ces Keatlng Jane Llttle 1 Page Sixty-one PEP CLUB Cheerleaders Sharon Hudson Marv Fran ces Keatmg Jane Llttle Jane Sackman Barbara Toellen Colleen Flsher Flrst row Karen Garrlson Joanne Castor Malv McNeal Dorothx Kennedy Sandra Sxeben Donna Wakeland Llz Carlson Sandra Fmch Soma Brown Martha Fos ter Paula Vance Kax Foster Rxta Blrd Mrs Darlene Schmxdt Second row Lor ralne Henrv Marv Fastert Lvnn Piper Sharon Walker Marda Glxdden Pam Acord Roger Bonvnge Sandra Svxeax mgen Marv Longlev Susan McKay San dra Fender Ruth Ann McNeal Arlene Thomas Elalne Busbv Thlrd row Peggv Hall Rlta Morrls Florence Kennedx Janet Rader Dxane Olsen Karvl Hastmgs Vxxlan Dellltt Marx Bovles Lvnn Le mon Donna Thompson Patsv Slnlth Rlta Daxls Susan Jebb Marlene Muhlenburg lfourth rovs Barbarx Chlnlund Carol Koresko Bettx Beer Bonme Brooks Kax Loxxer Carolvn Busbv Glenda WISC Na dme Daxls Barbara Sutton Nellle W1l llams PHIYICIS Lvman Vlfglllla Runxon Fifth row Carol Hxett Joanne Grear Carolxn Lloxd Sharon Rlplex Margo Qumn VIFEIUIS Longlex Barbara Haxs Judx Thompson Janne Carlson Ruth Ann Peterson Harmet Caxanah Snrth row Lmda Castor Nanex Keatlng Jean nlne Hlll Janlce Franks Karen Brokaxx Sandra Lemon Irls Waugh Carol Wood Jamce Llngalelter Ella Mae Srhrelber Jean Frank Jane Varner Sexenth roxx Janet Anderson Marx Ann Gustafson Karon Berrx Janet Burns Pat Bllscr Judx Maxhcxx Sue Westerfleld Sharx Edxxards Sue Mllls Jane Bertelsen Mar c-ella Hall Marx Hunter Fxghth row Judx Sxmpson Pat Boxles Cathermc XVIIIIEIHIS Janlce Hood Jacl Steele Bex erlv Guthrxe Marx Tracx Llnda Martm Connxe Allen 'VIarx Franks Marx Toel len, Betty Schreiber. AMATEUR ADVERTISERS 'ww JOURNALISM CLASS be-ited Sue Westerfleld Judx Slmpeon Jltl Staple Mlss Ixel Bowers htandmg., Pat Ixmm Bonnie Prldgtorci Tom Refilmgel Larrx Stlteb Gene Lemon Pat Lmttle Roger Stangllti C QUILL AND SCHROLL Sitting Carrollvn Mltchell Gene Lemon Normm Ma lone Judv Sxmpson MISS Bowers Sponsor Standlng Pat Lyman Daud Close Tom Redllnger Larrx Stltes Jacx Steele Bonme Brldgford Eleanor Whlte EDITORS OF "THE STUDENTN Roger Sf,lI1Qllff Sports Editor Judx SIINDSOH News Fd ltor Jdu Steelv. Edlflll' Ill Chlei Gun Lemon M anxgln Edltor Page S1XtV two 'gs , " 'S 'z I ' . ' ' ' , 1" " ' 'z ' .j 2 , ,' ' . , - .. . : , bv . . V i - ':..' .5 ',,'-"x'1,. . V iz'g OFFICERS Flrst row Barbara K68tlHg Secretary Barbara Toellen Vice preszdent Carrollyn 'Vhtchell Presldent Harrlet Cavanah Treasurer Second row Carol Hyett HISIOTIHH Mlss Trexor Sponsor Eleanor Whlte L1brar1an APPRENTICE TEACHERS Encouragmg an lnterest 1n teachmg as a career IS the ma1n functlon of the Future Teachers assoc1at1on As an act1ve member of the Nauonal Future Teachers organ1zat1on the Thomas Jefferson chapter of Aledo part1c1pates 1n the program of practlce teachlng Aledo A feather 1n the cap of F T A IS the fact that many of 1ts former members are now studymg to become teachers FUTURE TEACHFRS OF AMERICA Flrst row Carol Hvett Eleanor Whlte Barbara Toellen Carrollyn Mltchell Har T161 Caxanah Barbara Keating MIQS Trevor Second row Sandv Sxeben Joxce Ewmg Sue Westerfleld Barbara Brvant Soma Broun Brenda Truman Dianne Carson Bonme Peters Leota Bogart Ruth Ann Peterson PHTTICIH Lyman Page Slxty three ,Na - 5 Each year, members of the club teach in the grade schools and junior high school of AVC I-lrst rovs Harrx Longlex Ne-1lOrth Nlntx South Rn Stoner Maurice W1ugh Rox Godlng Pat Llttle Second row Rogu Bonxnge Donxld Lee Johneon Fred Schaper Dean Johnston Lane MLCre1ght Nell Clltln Ronnlg Johnson Thlrd row Due Close Jun Edu irds Roger Stanclltl Harold Heck Lirrx Greer Verne Fuller Gene Fisher Dlck Rlddell Don Butcher Roger Smqllxxood RECORD MAKER Gm Welch Sec Tre:-1K NIHUFILG Waugh Vlce pres Jerrx Greer Presldent Mr George Pratt Adxlser A V C OFFICERS Z2 ..,......f Page SIXIX tour Jerry Greer, Fourth row: Tom Redlinger, Bill Wright, Franz-xs Chinlund. Guy Welch, ig O' ,QV 1 3 SPORTSMEN Page Sixty-five HEAD CO CAPTAINS OF FOOTBALL TEAM Larry Greer Maumee Waugh QW 'PJ LINERS First rovs Daxld Close LHXGFH Fuller Jerry Greer Larry Greer Donald Lee Johnson Roy Godlng Bob Rlddell Jlm Edwards Gene Fisher Second ron Coanh George Pratt Pat Llttle Dem Johnston Nell Orth Harrv Longlev Roger Smallxxood Harold Heck Roger Stunthff Coach John Androlewmz Thlrd row Duck Rlddell Don Butnher Blll Wrlght Franus Chmlund Nlaurue Vkaugh Ne1l G1ff1n Ras Stoner Coach Don Schnake The Dragon s hard hlttmg football team recelved second ln the L1ttle SIX thls vear mlssmg f1rst by loslng a heart breakmg game to Alems The Llttle SIX All Star team was honored to haxe MHUFICG Waugh and Larry Greer on the1r flrst team whlle Franc1s Ch1nlund made the second team and Donald Lee Johnson and J1m Edwards were glven honorable mentlon The football squad elected MHUFICG Waugh and Larry Greer as the1r co captams Www Ronnie Johnson, guard Ray Stoner, forward Jerry Greer, guard Gene Fisher guard ALEDO ALEDO ALEDO ALEDO ALEDO ' ALEDO ALEDO ALEDO 7 ALEDO ' ALEDO ALEDO Guy Welch center TOTAL VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM First row Tom Redllnger Ray Stoner Donald Lee Johnson Jerry Greer Gene Flsher Larry Greer Ronrue Johnson Maumee Waugh Guy Welch Second row Lee Bell man ager Coach Donald Schnake JOY EAST MOLINE ALWOOD ABINGDON MGNMOUTL-I SHERRARD WINOLA GENESEO MONMOUTH CARTHAGE ROSEVILLE Page Sxxty e1ght OpDOSlt1OH Aledo vs. ....,.....l 45 ' 50 vs. .,.... 51 1 41 vs, 1 A .,...,. 57 1 47 vs. ...... 54 49 x s. ' ....4. 46 ' 39 ALEDQ vs. KNOXVILLE .,..4.. 37 48 vs. ........ 44 58 vs. ........ 55 A 78 x s. .,..... 54 eo 1 s. .....,. 47 1 45 vs. ...... 82 74 vs. ....... . 5l 1 44 , .....,...... ' 624 I 633 Tom Redlinger, forward Maurice Waugh, forward Larry Greer, guard SQUADRON Jumor Varslty Basketball Team Fxrst row Coach John Androlevucz Robert Monson manager Second row Dvught Shoemaker Charles Clawson Fred Schaper Roger McClelland Dlck Redlmger Lee Hagan Stanley Wherry Dave Duncan John Cavanah Danny Cole James Paul Tom Yerkey Opposluon Aledo ALEDO ALEDO ALEDO ALEDO ALEDO ALEDO ALEDO ALEDO ALEDO ALEDO TOTAL GRAND R M A R O V A ALEXIS ABINGDON R M A KNOXVILLE ROSEVILLE R O V A ROCKRIDGE ALEXIS TOTAL :J 1140 1318 Page SlXty nme Donald Lee Johnson guard Mr Don Schnake coach vs ............ 1 34 1 74 ' vs .............l 49 46 vs. ........ 44 50 L vs. ...... 59 67 vs ...,........ 27 57 ALEDO vs. ORION ........ 59 72 1 vs. ...,... 47 1 66 vs. ...... 1 63 61 vs ............. 1 51 68 vs. ......, 52 63 1 vs. ........ 31 1 61 516 68' BALANCE SHEET BASKETBALL C0 CAPTAINS BASKETBALL Jerry Greer and Guy Welch STATISTICS PLAYER COLE 81 160' 1' ISHER 377: 5572: J GREER 4 3272 75727 L GREER 3970 807 D JOHNSON 217f 5776 R JOHNSON 24727 30? STONER 7 2 387 8177: WAUGH 427 737 7 WELCH 0 457: 57727 HAGAN 407 477 WHERRY 007 33 MCCLELLAND 00? 1007 SCHAPER 007 007 CAVANAH 50727 007 D REDLINGER 007 007 Page Seve-nts 7 7 7 P' 4: 5? .D o l 77,777 7 77777 7 770777772 '51 7 . . .7117 9 12,7 671 '77 47471'375719 ' .. 7297117 .1a7107 7 271276711716732 . . 73071107 7116788 l10573879761750I308 . . 7238'95!, 78763 ,7103739 7744 377253 . 723 67 ',f7E7117 ,7127876715726Y7 23 . 7 74511 13747' 7227167376712I26 REDLINGER 7 227 13l597U 27712 44777 437 8 27127217 38 . '319,12 0 7.557457 7144722T'5'745 667239 .. 71197517 0 38765 3720372476730773:16 .. 73327157 1577912 ,723673347387777391 .. 7157 67 o1979! 571571'07371721 ..74: 07 ,7 3717 257 3700707071 ' 17 07 , 272 C7 2707071757 2 . 727 0 C 170 3 170707171 0 . 47 2 1 070 07 370707070f4 . 17 07 0 070 C, 27170-71705 0 TRANSPORTATION MASTER Rolllng stock for the Blg BUSINESS IS under the supervlslon of Cla1r Headley Mr Headley IS a falthful school supporter and We are grateful for hls assoclatlon Wlth us Also We were sorry to see the passlng of our bus operators brother Penrod th1s past wlnter In memory of Lowell Penrod Headley a travellng trophy was pur chased and IS to be presented to the h1gh school s most outstandlng foot ball player each year We are pleased W1th thls as Penrod often played for our school dances was an ardent sports enthuslast and was our fmend FOOTBALL STATISTICS Gene eo ROVA Ab ngdon Knoxv e TOTAL FISHER WAUGH 11 7 SCHAPER I BUTCHLR I FULLER WRIGHT TOTALS 1 14 0 0 13 40 ALEDO 114 Denotes extra polnts ODP0l'19f1tS 45 Page Seventy one We 2 1 I. p p ' , 1 1 1 ij as W 1 1 1 1 5 I 1 1 Y 1 2 1 2 5 1 1111 0 131 C11 0' 02 191 C21 7 , 6 C41 24 GREER, L. . 111 1 111 1 111 1 1 111 1 141 24 I 1 2122 1 231 1 1 231 1 . 1 111 1 1 I 111 6 ' 1 111 1 1 I 1 111 6 ' C1131 1 1 1 1 C1111 7 1 1 1 121 I 121 1 111 1 151 30 ' - ' - 1 -0 120-0113-19120-7 7-6' 9 Q 4, ,. a. V , Q 5 First row: Roger Bonynge, Jim Edwards, Gene Fisher, Ray Stoner, Jerry Greer. Larry Greer, Roger Smallwood. Tom Redlinger, Marty South, Bill Wright. Second row: Tom Yerkey, Roger Stancliff, Don Johnson, Eugene Dean, Rudolf Breitmeyer, Wilbur Brooks, Charles Clauson, Merle Dean, Charles Headley, Robert Monson, Ron- nie Bonynge, Bill Longley, Jerry Baker, Dwight Shoemaker, Russell Maynard. Third row: Roger McClelland. Dick Redlinger, John Cavanah, Dick Riddell, Lee Hagan, Stanley Wherry, Marty Conway, Paul Toohey, John Sloan, David Duncan, Dick Wilks, James Paul. Danny Cole. FASTEST COPY BOYS Despite injuries and cold weather the 1957 track team enjoyed a fairly successful season. The cinder men had their initial test at a triangular meet with Monmouth and Abingdon. Although as a team they didnlt fare too well, many individuals gained val- uable experience. This proved to be the rule of the season. The squad, inexperienced as it Was, has shown improvement in its first test by decisively defeating Monmouth and Abingdon in a triangular track meet. With many promising freshmen and sophomores, this year's track team will become a Little Six contender. ,wap GBX! Page Seventy-two - Q.. :Q 4? W 4' QQ. annum . W NY. " 3 , N 1,, .fi I? nf, , 1' 7 A s - ff 6 ' ff, at VARSITY CHEERLEADERS e t to Colleen F h 1 JUNIOR VARSITY CHEERLEADERS Left to r ght Sharon Hudson .Id e HIGH PRESSURE SALESMEN Ki Lttle Ma y Franc s Keat g Tn Go you Dragons F1qht you Drcrqons' WIN TEAM WIII' amwwfgry Senlor First row JoAnn Weeks Frances Roth Frrn Anderson Dorls Fmeld Jam Steele Jovee Jones Second row Sue Fostex J dx Humps Lollun Flslul 'Xllrx Lmmglrw Fdxxlnx Douglas DIES LEAGUE Freshman First row Paula Vance Peggx Hall Jane Varner Marx Toel len 'Xlarx Hunter Seeond rovl L1nda Martln Con me Allen Kay Foster Barbara Knupp Bettv Schrelber GIRLS INTRAMURALS Junlors Niary Ann Foster Harrlet Caxanagh Jane Sack man Marllvn Frank Brenda Truman Barb ara Brvant Jovce Evslng Agnes Klmball Bon me Brldgford Ruth Ann Peterson Sophomore Ilrsl rwn Pxt Bliser Second row Barlnrx Qhllllulld Marv Gustafson lhlrd row BOIHHL Allen Karen Rlgglns Pat Boyles Fourth row Pam Acord Janet Burns Catherine Wllllxms Plxxllxs Jones Karen Berrw 1 . . 'V .' l 'Z 2 2' , ' 'Z ' 2 L S Yi W if e 13, Q. 5 X 5 '- y ' 6, P 3 3 l X ' ' '1 1 ' ' . I - - L S' 5 . z " - . ' ft ' ': ' '. u I' 1' ' -1 .' .1 I' v V v , ' VW 4 ., , . 5 . 'Q : 4 STATEMENT 231 1 709 233 971 00 89 50 275 69 32 10 1010 01 575 76 I I P - 4-pa 'Tw ASTRUM STAFF Put Lvmdn Co edltor M155 lVI1les Ad user Dfaxe Close Co edxtor PICTURE COMMITTEE b1ttmg Run.-11d Fell D14-xnne Canon Dale R1gg1n5 Nxnu Keatlng Gux Welch no cha1r man Jam Steele no chalrman Standmg Lon Lemon Curt Doxxnmg Done Flfleld R t Dane Murrel Holl1s, Bob Brldg lord Donna Bedford Raw Ston er Judx 'vlaxhevx Harry Long lex Juds Hames Bob Rxddell Lane McCre1ght Colleen Fmher PRODUCTION FINANCE COMMITTEE Page Seventy-eight Left to rlght s1tt1ng Row Godlng Lar rx Dellltt co chaufman Frances Roth co cheurman B1ll Wflght Left to r1g,ht standlng Edvnna Doug las Larrv Greer Ronnle Hanson Don Burgees Roger St xmhff Ronme John 5011. STAFF TYPING AND ART COMMITTEE l-ront row Pat Wakeland JoAnn Weeks Beverely Guthrle Norman Malone chairman of art and Carol Hyett and Sue Foster co chalrmen of typing Second row Mary Longley Lynn Lemon Carroll Chapman Bob Bloom er Gary Wlllxams Betty Snell Judv Slmpson ASSEMBLY COMMITTEE Front rovs Joyce Jones Dlck Rxddell Francls Chxnlund Eleanor White chalrman Pat Llttle co chalrman Back row VIVIBH Dellxtt Leota Bo gart Jack Holt Melvln Hays Harold Heck Jerry Bewley Sharyn Balmer Sandra Svlearlngen Janet Anderson Llnda Castor 'Vlarv Bovles Edltlflg and Publlshmg Committee Slttlng Sonja Brown Don But cher Fern Anderson Dave Glf fm co chalrman Gene Lemon Co Chalrman Standmg MHUFICG Waugh Nexl G1ft1n Carrollyn Mltchell Barb ara Lloyd Jerrv Greer Daxe Johnson Karl Cook Page Seventy nme ,--7. ni 9 BAND-First row: Ruth Peterson, Carolyn Lower, Marty Conway, Roger CcClelland Rod- ney Lemon. Second row: Sharyl Edwards, Sandra Sieben. Mary Hunter, Virginia Runyon. Patrick Little Barbara Briant Larrw Dellitt Tom Redlinger Verne Wortman Third row' gennis Anderson Rita Bird Dick Redlmger 'VIarc Constant Vance Keilman Montv A arson Sharon lemon Dorothx Kennedx Fourth row Carrollxn Mitchell Janet Burns Margo Quinn Riplex Joe Morrison Sonia Broun Edu na Douglas 'VIr L M Crocket Gene -W4 JW A mm. rw li H wmv -X. -at .M L K V , ,,,at , A ,t..,, 'l" 4 ' W fZ.QiA'.k 4 I 4 A' . A"" i 'Q' V ' iz"",9l L3 H I ww. Ahxi Y Ml ,,.f.Lv'x.qh, "" " 2 3 fi A , 1'-fjjrf .N ' ,,. I ,E F , . A ., L W. 5' 2.: ,,..., .L ....,.,, mesa ..-4 , ' . , A , 5 it it ",. Q i NWMM-W .'.,., M W wwf' s i,,w A--. .' ' , W ' v'.I 4 Z I ' ' '1" "-- .,,- '."" A f 215' ' . .,,.,...,.,.. A , 2- , - ' 'lf :""' -'-' I A ,,ct-- if tllta M is 'M . ., .. ,..,.., . ', -A Q , .,..,.,. . ' , ' 1 ' 2 gg . new .wwf QAM BUSIN ESS CIN TUNE WITH an I dh'- BAND First row M1ke Bethel Karen Ward Frances Roth Leota Bogart Barbara Knupp Barbara Keatlng Second ron Bonn1e Brldgford Marr-ella Hall Lvnn Plper Elame Busbw Peggx Hall Dlanne Caraon Narxcv Keatlng Vlarx Pat Toellen Thxrd row M11-ce McKav Pam Acord Jerrx Nlxtnhell Florence Kennedx Brenda Truman V1x1an Dellltt Roger bmalluood K'1rl Cook Dnld Cllflfl Fourth ron Joe IVIOFYISOYX Robert Gordon .Iam Varner Marv Frames Keatmg Bettx Srhrxeber Mary Swanson Jane Bertelsen QM ik - aj rg swf rl CQQGL x 3 Q E3 35 FORECASTERS me THETIMESD M Q.. ,puff NN: .wmmm WW 'Www ,K mf 4? as M 'Q ,W-335' i ' Y K lv A .ij L-In 1.-I I 'A ': I . , V' :iii 3 I A, :jj gf? . ..:::: xi '1 "' B l wall? g?QQi, LL 2 W X "'2': B l , ""o " .. rvl 1, "A4- lWQQQE?W V ,,. , :sf2E5:iiiE1:2fs:sis2 :,:A I B N 'B -2, 9 4 2 B ' ? af BQW and ARROW BOP The Semor Chapter of the F H A annuallv nommates can d1dates for the t1t1e of Kmg of the Valentme Dance and prex lous to the evenmg of the dance the F H A xote to dGC1dG the vxm ner Th1s year Ne11 G1ff1H re1gned as kmg and chose Judw S1mp son as h1s queen. ,wwe fm E2- Q" illUl"" wmsnpslvfb if 'gn ' i12't,,. 1-w e EM . ,553 25522125 1 ' A 'FV f Y. 5-. ' .Q 'fm gf , . f 3 wa ' A J . SLOSHY FLOAT SLOGANS "Poof-there goes Knoxville" . . . "Toast to victo1'5"' , . "Rockvt to victory" "Spa-zu' 'cm. dont 'cm "Plow 'om undef' . "Wc'll bowl 'cm over . . . "Wo'll knock out Knoxville" . FLU FLOPS FOOTBALL ' W, . 1, if . : ' no I 1, 1 I ?? 5 iff.. 1-N, Q gk w.'f45f 9 H .. X"'f"' Sue Wardlow Carrollyn Mitchell Brenda Truman S E P C Queen Jud! Simpson Page E1 hu tlve R R I E V T A A T R E I E Mary Ann Tracy Jane Bertelsen ' Joanne Castor Pat Blaser ' HPS' g . ..., , GOODNIGHTH "An evening never to be forgottenv des- cribes perfectly the happenings of the 1957 Junior-Senior Prom. Festivities began with a banquet in the school cafete r i a. The mothers elaborately decorated the tables in the senior colors and willingly served the banquet supper. After the banquet, juniors, seniors, and guests danced to the music of Ray Flanagan. The gym was colorfully decorated in pale blue and silver. A mural of spiraling stair- way and picket fence carried out the theme of "Teenage Goodnight", Dancing concluded at twelve. and everyone went to the Post Prom party at the club. Here, free eats. sing- ing, dancing, and a golf tournament were en- joyed, thus concluding a memorable evening. Pagc Eightx scven .,., s Q . ' Q twig !f ww 2 ' n 1 3 . ,1--Qf 1-',- A H 51 Q , Q ,f 52 ,, ! 1, K .f"""w-1. Y K , if' W K ,. K v Q, 1 W1 I -uh ,QTY Q Q l if.. , S 1. ' A-As IL MMF M, 1 ' -Q SPECIAL NIGHT FOR PLAYBOY PLOWBOYS Carol Hyett was chosen Sweetheart of the fourth annual Plowboy Prom In order to become sweetheart of the Aledo FFA she must ma1nta1n a h1gh scholastlc average at tend church belong to FHA and recelxe a majorxty vote of the FFA Chapter N Pav-e NIHLQ 1 Y - I Y 7 7 :wwe 'K W,E'W . X v D PERMANENT RECORD I-l-RN KNIDFRSON G A A 1 4 Vite Presi en o chairman ot Twirp Season 4 H 3 4 Pep Clu Astrum staff Editing and Publishing Committee 4 Prom Detor ation Committee 5 Home t0lTlll1g Co Lhaiiman Ch air man of Football Programs 4 Girls Intramurals Volleyball 3 4 Class teams 1 2 3 4 Athletic Council 2 Band 1 Baton Txxir ler 1 Girls State Award 5 JANLT ANIDLRSON G A A 1 4 P Club 2 3 4 Mixed Chorus 4 Girls Chorus 4 Astrum Staft Assemblw 4 Prom Committee Programs 3 Homecoming Com mittee Food 4 Onlv in Orphan Girl 3 Mixed Vollew bill Intri nurals 3 SIIARX V BALWIER Girls Intra murals 1 H 2 J Bo I 1 A 4 ub 2 o e O 1 x an Oiphan Girl 3 Astrum Statt Assembls Committee 4 P r o m Checkroom Chairman 'S Poster Committee for T h e Beautiful People 3 DONNA BBDPORD F H A 1 2 3 4 Pep Club 3 Onlw an Or phan Girl, Bathing Beau'y 31 Librarian 2, 3, 4: Picture Com- mittee. Astrum Staff 4. IERRY BEWLEY Football 1: Basketball 1: Track 1, 4: t'Beauti- ful People." Stage Manager: Steve 1 Intramurals 1, 2, 3. 4: Prom Cleanup Committee 3: Astrum Staff, Assembly 4, li 0 B BL00'Vll-R Basketball 2 n ramurals 1 2 S B in Astrum Staft Art 4 LEOFA BOGARI' F H X 3 4 Pep C 5 Co thalrman l Mother Daughter Banquet i Prom Com mittee Food 3 Librarx Stalf 4 Astrum Statf Assemblv 4 F A 3 4 Onlx an Orp an Girl Model Z Pep Band 'VIARX BOXLES Class Otiiter easurer 3 G A A Z H A 1 2 3 4 Recreation Chair manl F T A Secretarw 'Z Pep Club 2 3 4 Mixed Chorus 2 3 4 Cirls Chorus 2 .3 4 Astrum Staft Assemblv Committte 4 Prom Decoration Committee Hometoming Committee Food 3 Clean up Committee 4 ROBERT BRIIJGI-ORD Astrum tt Picture Committee 4 Basketball 1 2 Prom Committte Denoration S Bows Intramurals Anme Get Your Gun Little Box 1 S NJ-X BROWN F T A 2 3 ecretarv 3 F H A 1 Co chairman F T A Float Com mittee 3 4 Chairman F H A Float Committee 2 Band 1 2 3 3 p ub 2. '. 1 "Astrum' Staff, Editing and Publishing Committee 4: Girls' Intramurals 'L Class Team 21 Prom Foo Committee 3: Library Staff 3, 4: Pep -Band.. L I - """ -W . Page Ninety-one has PERMANENT DON BURGESS- Alexis 1, 21 Pep Club: "Astrum" Staff, Finance 4: Prom Committee, Decoration 3: Boys' Intramurals 3, 4: Bowl- ing 4: "Only an Orphan Girl". Stage Crew 3: "Beautiful Peo- ple", Stage Crew 4. DON BUTCHER "Astrum" Staff Editing and Publishing 4: Foot- ball, 1. 2. 3. 4: Basketball, 2, 31 Track 1, 2, 3, 4: Prom Committee. Lights Chairman, 3: Boys' Intra- murals. 1, 2. 3, 41 A, V. C., 3, 4. DIANE CARSON Class Officer easurer 1 G A A 1 F TA-1 Pep Club2 34 Mix cd Chorus 3 4 Girls Chorus 3 4 Sawaphone Quartet 2 Astrum Staff Picture Corn m tee 4 Bancl12 3 4 Sece tart of Band 4 Prom Committee Decoration 3 Athletic Council 2 Onlv An Orphan Girl Bathing Beautw 3 Pep Band LINUX L-XSI'0R Class Oitiui cretarw 1 G A A H 2 3 4 Secretar Pep Club 2 3 4 Mixed Chorus Girls Chorus 4 Senior Sextet 4 Astrum Staff A semblv 4 Prom Committee Chcckroom 3 Homecoming Food Committee 5 Bowling 4 Ath letin Council 3 'vlixed Volleyball Intrimurals S 4 Annie Get Your C' n 1 Onlx An Orphan Girl CARROLL CHAPMAN W e s t Junior High School Alton Illi nois Track 2 3 Astrum Staff Art Committee 4 age 1 Q we WWW FRANCIS CHINLUNDH F. F. A, 1, 2. 3. 4, Treasurer 4: "Astrum" Staff. Assembly Committee 4: Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Little Six All Star 4: Track 1. 2, 3. 4: Prom Committee 3: Boys' Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. DAVID CLOSE Student Council 4, Calendar Committee: F. F. A. 1, 2, 3. 4, Reporter 3. Vice-Pres- ident 4, Parliamentary Procedure 3, 4: A. V. C. 3, 4: Pep Club 3: Quill And Scroll 4: "Aria De Capo" 3, "Beautiful People" 4 "Astrum" Staff, Co-Editor 43 Football 1 2 3 4 Basketball 1 2 Track 3 Speech Contest 3 Prom Committee 3 King Candi date Valentine Dance 4 Boys Intramurals 1 2 3 4 Tumbling T am 3 4 Onlv An Orphan Girl 3 Plovtbox Prom Commit tee 1 2 3 4 Senior Pop Com mittee 4 Trampoline Team 4 State Tractor Operator Contest nalist F F A A COOK G A A 1 2 3 4 H A 1 2 3 Chairman Check room F H A Dance 1 Astrum Picture Committee 4 Chairman oi Props for PTA Stwle Show K Publicity Committee lor Beauti iul People 4 Pep Club 2 KARL COOK Band 1 2 3 Bots Intramurals 2 Stage Man ager The Beautiful Peaple 4 Astrum Committee Editing and Publishing Trombone Quartet P nd R TA DAVIS G A A 1 F H A 1 Pep Club 2 3 4 Mixed C orus 2 Girls Chorus 2 Astrum Staff Picture Com mittee 4 Prom Committee Dec oration Committee 3 Home coming Committee Cleanup 3 few its an ..,, tar! Eb ...wr e , 2 l .l V A Tr h A: .A . .', 2, 3,4-1: I ,', , 3 ' 'E - 1 . ' ' E . 3, -if Fi . . . 1. it 1 '. '. . 1 I r - 'Il ' IL se- I 5 '1 . . fi, 2. za. 45 ' ' F. . A. 1. '. , D y 2: 3. 4: I 4- 1 J 1 " " , . s- ,u K" 1 " 1 l ' ' " A ' ' 2 l 4 3, 2, 3, 4: ep Ba 1, 2, 3, 4. - - . 1 f . . . , 25 . w ,.H- if i i ",1 - fi " 2 s i4r: : 1 . f'-c?faefzw I ' f 4 Y J -ttr : Z 7 "A , ,gg g V az: fag' il: ,xv Qlqb 4 Y A af, G .,-+geee . ii 6 , F F i f -'ia it ,,.,. mm., l ...fi 'l 4. Page Ninety-two RECORD LARRY DELLITT-Class Officer Treasurer 4: "Astrum" Staff, Co- chairman of Finance and Pub- licity 4: "The Beautiful People." Ticket Committee and Prop man 4: "Only An Orphan Girl," Prop man 3: Band. 1. 2, 3, 4: "Best Foot Forward," Jack Haggerty 4: Brass Sextet 3, 4: Coronet Trio 4: Boys' Intramurals 2, 3, 4: King Candidate, Valentine Dance 4: Pep Band 1, 2, 3, 4. VIVIAN DELLITT Band 1, 2, li. 4: Trombone Quartet 2, 3, 4: Trombone Solo 23 F. H. A. 1. 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Prom Com- mittee Programs 3' "Astrum" Staff Assembly 4 O n ly An Orphan Girl Model 3 Pep Band EDW INA DOUGLAS G A A T A 3 Pep Club 3 Mixed Chor us 4 Girls Chorus 4 Sextet 4 Astrum Staff Financial and Publicity Committee 4 Band 1 Z 4 Girls Intramurals 3 Class Teams 1 2 3 4 Bowlingl One Act Play Why I am a Bache lor 4 Best Foot Forviard 4 Pep Band CURT D 0 V! N I N G Astrum Staft Picture Committee 4 Bas ke ball 1 Prom Committee Cleanup Homecoming Commit tee Decoration Bovs Intramur als 1 2 3 Tumbling Team 3 RICHARD FELL Pep Club 2 Astrum Staff Picture Commit tee 4 Basketball 1 Prom Com mittee Decoration 3 Bovs In tramurals 1 2 -z wlfam DORIS FIFIELD-F. H. A. 1, 2, 3. 4: Pep Club 3: Mixed Chorus 3, 4: Girls' Chorus 3, 4: "Astrum" Staff, Picture Committee 4: Prom Committee, Decoration Commit- tee: Girls' Intramurals 2, 3, 4: Class Teams 4: "Only An Orphan Girl", Model. COLLEEN FISHER' G. A. A. 1. 2, 3, 4: Treasurer 4: F, H. A. 1. 2, 3, 4: Public Relations Chair- man 3: Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Cheer- leader 2, 4: Mixed Chorus 3, 4: Girls' Chorus 3, 4: "Astrum" Staff, Picture Committee 4: Prom Committee Decorations 3: Home- coming Clean-up Committee 4: Decoration Committee 3: Home- coming Queen Candidate 2 3' Girls Intramurals 1 4 Class Teamsl 4 Bovsllng 1 3 Athletic Council 2 Prom Banquet Mis tress of Ceremonies 3 G A A Leadership Camp Delegate S Onlx An Orphan Girl 3 EPOSTER GA A12 ecretary 4 F H A 1 2 Pep Club 2 Mixed Chorus 3 4 Girls Chorus 3 4 Pianist 4 Piano sollst 1 2 4 Soloist accompanist 4 Astrum Staft o Chairman Typing 4 Homecoming Committee Pom Pom 3 Mixed Volleyball Intramurals 3 4 Class Teams 1 2 3 4 Bowling 2 3 4 treasurer 4 Christmas Dance Food Committee 4 Co Chairman lvlother Daughter Banquet Z Spring play accompanist 4 DAVID GIPFIN Football I 2 3 sketball 1 2 Band 1 2 president 4 Trombone Quartet 1 2 3 4 Trombone Soloist 2 3 4 State Contest 2 All State Band 4 Class officer tice pres ident 2 Student Council 3 4 Scrap Book committee 3 Vice president 4 State Conxention .3 Co Chairman Junior Senior Prom 3 Co Chairman of Senior Dance Astrum Staff COChd1f man of Editing and Publishing Committee 4 Boys Intramurals Beautiful People Father Hogan 4 Why I Am A Bachelor Algernon 4 Pep Band ILGIH-'IN FFA123 A V C 4 Astrum Staff Edit ing and Publishing Committee 4 Football 1 2 3 4 Volleyball In tramurals 1 2 3 4 Basketb ll Intramurals 1 2 3 4 Wrestling Intramurals 3 King ot F H A Valentine Dance 4 ,unit imp Page Ninety thrte 1, 2, 3, 4, F. H. A. 1. 2.13, Jig F. . . 'L 1 ' - SU ' f . . . , ' , 3, : 4:4 1 4,s :.. . .,',3,4: " " ': 1,2,3Q'gf'. " gc- t ' : g V ' .. lf' ' 1 1- Bal xg ,','3I4, - ' ' , ' 4: .. ' ' -n - 1, 2, 3, 4: ' " 1, 2, 3, 4, ' NE - ul . ,, .n.',4: ' .' 'f I : Aa- ' " ' ' ' sig ' i ya", vv PERMANENT ROY GODING--Football 1, 3. 4: Manager 2: Track 2, 3, Tumbling Team 3: Boys' Intramurals 1, 3, 4: A. V. C. 4: Class Officer, Pres- ident 4, "Astrum" Staff, Finan- cial and Publicity 4. JERRY GREER-Student Coun- cil, 1, 2, 4, Recreation Committee 1, Scrapbook Committee 2, Treas- urer 4: Class Officer, President 3: F. F. A. 1, 2, Parliamentary Procedure 2: A. V. C. 1, 2, 3, 4, President 4: F. T. A. 2: Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 43 Boys' Chorus 1, 2, 3, 43 Boys' Sextet 2: Boys' Oc- tet 4: "Astrum" Staff, Editing and Publishing 4: Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Basketball l, 2, 3, 4: Track 1, 2, 3, 4: Speech Contest "Aria Da Capo" Cordydon 3: Prom Committee Chairman Cleanup 3' Boys Intramural 3 4 Our Town Choir 3 Annie Get Your Gun Cowboy Choir 1 Only An Orphan Girl Harmonizmg He Man 3 One act plays Crew Chairman 4 Best Foot For ward Prop Chairman 4 Little Six Basketball All Star Team 4 Basketball Co Captain 4 LARRY L GREER Student Council 1 2 3 4 President 4 Recreation Co Chairman 3 Scrap book Committee 2 Football 1 2 3 4 Co Captain 4 Little Six Conference 2nd team Basketball 1 2 3 4 Honorable Mention Little Six Basketball 4 Track F 2 Cho us I 2 3 4 Bo Chorus 1 2 3 4 Contest Boys Sextet 3 Boys Octet 4 One act contest play Aria De Capo Thvris Annie Get Your Gun Cowboy Chorus Our Tovsm Choir Only An Orphan Girl Publicity Chairman 3 J Sr Prom Invitations 3 Astrum Staff Financial and Publicity 4 BEVERLY GUTHRIE Attended nola 1 F H A 1 2 3 4 Club 2 4 Mixed Chorus 2 Girls Chorus 2 Astrum Staff Typ ing Committee 4 Prom Commit tee 3 JUDY HAINES G A A 1 2 3 FHA1234PepClu Mixed Chorus 2 3 4 Girls Chor u 2 3 4 Astrum Staff Picture Committee 4 Homecoming Com mittee Pom Pom Committee 3 Library Staff 4 Class Teams 1 4 Only An Orphan Girl 4 G A A Mother and Daughter Ban quet Decoration Chairman 2 3' www 'Fi Page Ninety four E RON HANSONPF. F. A. 1. 2, 3, 4, President 4: Track 2, 3: Prom Committee. Lighting 3: Boys' In- tramurals 1, 2, 3, 4: "Best Foot Forward", Rebber 4. MELVIN HAYS--"Astrum" Staff Assembly Committee 41 Boys' In- tramurals Captain 4: Attended Biggsville Junior year. HAROLD HECK-F. F. A. 1. 2, 3. 4: A. V. C. 4: "Only An Orphan Girl" 3: Football 2, 3, 4: "Astrum" Staff 4: Track 1, 2, 3, 4: Prom Committee 3 Boys Intramurals MURREL HOLLIS F F A 1 2 3 Boys Intramurals 3 Astrum Staff Picture Committee 4 An me Get Your Gun Little Boy 1 JACK HOLT Resigned March 29 958 -1 . ' -1 '. Z 1' 2' 3' 4' ' L . 1 . , 1 . 1, 2, 3, 43 A. v. C. 1, 2', 3,'4: .F. A. 1. : r . . . . YS: lv V . .l 51. r' '.: Wi : .. - - . . 1 Pep 4:,. . ..T.':' ,'B4f V .: i s -Q i Mzzqfii I ' , 1' -:g5,.S?3:gf1..f::V- ' . . .f A. A -: VE -' ' V 1 'I - . '- If , 'Le ,:.:f'Q. I : . . , ,A,, g . , A--F ' I , - ..v is ,I vb I , Q. RECORD CAROL HYETT Student Coun cil 3 4 Reporter 4 Co Chair man of Tournament Programs 3 4 Class Treasurer 2 G A A 2 3 4 P xdent 2 Parliamentarian 3 Vice President 4 F T A 2 3 4 His torian 4 Pep Club 3 4 Mixed Woodwind Ensemble 2 Band 1 2 3 Baton Twirler 1 2 3 A trum Staff Co Chairman f Typing Committee 4 Prom In vltation Chairman 3 Homecom ing Food Chairman 2 Decoration Chairman 3 Queen Candidate 2 F F A Sweetheart 4 Bowl ing Mixed Volleyball 3 4 Mc Kinney Home Economics Award 2 Co Chairman of G A A Float 1 Co Chairman of F H A Float 4 Chairman of Class Show Alexander the Great 4 Why I Am A Bachelor Henrietta 4 DAVID JOHNSON Mixed Chor us 2 3 Boys Chorus 2 3 Octet Astrum Staff 4 Football 1 Basketball 1 2 Prom Com mittee 3 Boys Intramurals 1 2 3 4 Float Committee 1 2 3 Only An Orphan Girl Trampoline Team 4 Senior Pop Committee 4 Prom Committee RONNIE JOHNSON A V C 3 4 Astrum Staff Financial and Publicity Committee 4 Basket 1 2 3 4 Trac JOYCE JONES Class Officer cretary 4 G A A 1 2 Point Captain 3 F H A 1 2 S 4 Program chairman Pep Club 2 3 4 Our Town House Com mittee chairman 3 Mixed Chor u 2 3 4 Girls Chorus2 3 4 Sextet 4 Astrum Staff A sembly Committee 4 Prom Com mittee Decoration Homecoming Parade Committee 3 Decoration Committee 4 Class Team 1 3 1 Valentine Dance Chairman 4 Mixed Volleyball The Beautiful People Ticket Com mittee 4 NANCY KEATING-G. A. A. 1 . 2 . . . , ,3 4' Club 2, 3 43 Mixed Chorus 33 Girls Chorus 31 Astrum" Staff, Picture Committee 4: Band 1 2 3, 43 Prom Committee-Favors 3: Homecoming. Decoration Com- mittee 2g Birls Intramurals 2: Bowling 43 "Only n Orphan Girl" Bathing Beauty 33 'Why I Arn A Bachelor', Henrietta's Mother 43 Pep Band. GENE LEMON Class Officer President 2 F F A 1 2 3 Sec retary 2 3 Parliamentary Pro cedure 2 3 F T A 2 Quill and Scroll 3 4 President 4 Mixed Chorus 2 Boys Chorus 2 Boys Sextet 2 Brass Sextet 2 3 Octet accompanist 4 Music soloist Piano 2 Accompanist 2 3 4 Astrum Staff Co Chairman Editing and Publishing Commit tee Student Staff 3 4 Man aging Editor 4 Football 1 Bas ball 1 2 Track 1 F F Speech Contest 2 3 District Con test 2 Il-ISA Speech Contest 4 Band 1 2 3 4 Prom Banquet Toastmaster 3 Homecoming Float Committee Chairman 1 Boys Intramurals 3 King of Twirp Dance 4 Pep Band LYNN LEMON G A A12 3 2 3 4 Pep C 2 3 4 Mixed Chorus 3 4 Girls Chorus 3 4 Astrum Staff Typ ing Committee 4 Prom Commit tee Favors 3 Homecoming Com mittee Decorations 3 Clean up Committee 4 Bowlmgl 2 3 4 Team Captain 3 4 LONNIE LEMON F F A 1 2 3 4 Sentinal 4 Mixed Chorus 1 Boys Chorus 1 Astrum Staff Picture Committee 4 Track Prom Committee Lights Boys Intramurals 3 4 PATRICK LITTLE A V C 2 3 4 Music Soloist 1 2 3 4 State Competition 4 Astrum Staff Assembly 4 Student Staff 4 otball 1 2 3 4 Track 1 Band 1 2 3 4 Prom Committee 3 Boys Intramurals 4 Corn t Trio 3 4 Only Ari Orphan Girl The Beautiful People Brutus in Julius Caesear Pep Band 1 2 3 4 Student Dir ector 4 Basketball Manager BARBARA LLOYD-G. A. A. 1 ' . . . , 3, 4, - retary 4: F. N. A.g Pep Clubg Lib- rary Staff 4: 'Only An Orphan Girl, Et el 3: 'Why I Am A Bachelor' 4, Ida Mae: Prom Committee, Food 3: 'Astrum' Editing and Publishing. Page Ninety-five 'Ns .Wt x .. .. ,... ..,.... . PER HARRY LONGLEY-F. F. A. 1, IZ, 3, 4g "Astrum" Staff, Picture Committee 4: Football 2, 3, 4: Boys' Intramurals 2, 3, 4: Attend- ed Alexis High School Freshman Year. MARY LONGLEY-G. A, A. 1, 2, 3, 4: F. H. A. 1, 2. 3, 4, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4: Girls' Chorus 2, 3, 4: Sextet 4: "Astrum" Staff, Typing Com- mittee, 4: Prom Committee 31 Class Team 3, 4: Attended Alexis High School Freshman Year. PATRICIA LYMAN-G. A. A. 1, , : . . . , 3, 4 - gram chairman 3 4' F T A 2 3 4 Pep Club 2 3 4 Class of ficer Vice President 1 Secre tary 2 Astrum Staff Co Edit Student Staff 4 Quill and Scroll Honor Society 4 Prom Committee Decoration 3 Junior Senior Banquet Response 3 ser ver 2 Homecoming Committee Co Chairman 3 Pom Pom Mardi Gras Committee Decor atlon 3 Clean up 4 Bowling 1 2 3 4 Captain 3 Mixed Intra murals Volleyball 4 Annie Get Your Gun Minnie 1 The Beautiful People Harmony Blue blossom 4 NORMAN MALONE Mixed Chorus 2 3 Boys Chorus 2 3 Boys Sextet 2 F T A Treasur er 3 Quill and Scroll Honor So ciety 3 4 Treasurer 4 Prom Committee Decoration chairman 3 Chairman Senior Class Float 4 Homecoming Art advisor 1 2 4 Astrum Staff Art Com mittee Chairman 4 Student Staff 3 Band flag bearer 2 3 Boys Intramural 3 F F A 1 Annie Get Your Gun Scenery Committee 1 Girl Crazy Scen ery Committee 1 Our Town Man in Audience 3 Only An Orphan Girl Publicity Commit tee 3 If Men Played Cards as Women Do John 4 JUDY MAY!-IEW G A A 1 2 H A 1 2 3 4 Pep C 2 3 4 Mixed Chorus 3 Girls Chorus 3 Astrum Staff Picture Committee 4 Bowling 4 eww fin-WY i -ml? an V Page Ninety six MANENT LORRAINE MINTEER'--F. H. A. 1, 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 2: Girls. Chorus 3, 41 Mixed Chorus 3, 4: Girls' Basketball, Captain 3: "Our Town", Usher 3: Food Committee Christmas Dance: "Astrum" Staff lilditilng and Publishing Commit- ee . CARROLLYN MITCHELL-Girls' Basketball Team 1, Captain 2: Mixed Volleyball 3, 4: Girls' Chorus 3: Mixed Chorus 3: Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Baton Twirler 1, 2: Head Drum Majorette 3, 4: Baton Solo 1, 2, 3, State Contest 1, 3: Saxaphone Quartet 1, 2, 3, 4: Vice-President of Band 4: Chair- man Class Float 1: G. A. A. Homecoming Float Co-Chairman 1: DAR Award 4: McKinny Home Economic Award 1, Student Council 2, 4: Flower Fund Chair- man 4 Co-Chairman Scrap Book Committee 2 Secretary of Jun lor Class 3 Chairman Magazine Sales 3 Co Chairman of Senior Christmas Dance 4 Chairman Class Float 1 G A A Home coming Float CoCha1rman Chairman Homecoming Clean up 1 Decoration Committee Valen tine Dance 3 Food Chairman Twlrp Dance 3 Chairman Home coming Parade 2 Committee 3 Homecoming Queen Candidate 1 4 Junior Senior Prom Co Chair man 3 Pep Club 2 3 4 u dent Staff 3 Quill and Scroll Honor Society 3 4 Vice Presi dent 4 Astrum Staff Editing and Publishing Committee 4 F T A 2 3 4 Secretary 2 Vice President 3 President 4 Secre tarv of Blackhawk Division of T A 3 4 iects Chairman 3 G A A 1 3 4 Athletic Counc1l3 4 The Beautiful People St Agnes of the Mice 4 Speech Contest Ex temporary Verse Reading 4 Pep Band LANE McCREIGHT F F A 1 2 3 4 Astrum Staff Picture Committee Basketballl 2 3 Track 2 Prom Committee 3 Boys Bowling Lea gue 4 BOB RIDDELL F F A 1 2 3 A V C 4 Astrum S Picture Committee 4 Football 1 2 3 4 Boys Intramurals 3 4 DICK RIDDELL F F A 1 2 3 A V C 4 Astrum S Picture Committee 4 Football 1 2 3 4 Basketball 2 3 Track 2 3 4 Prom Committee Light Committee 3 Boys Intramurals wmmma ...sw :VZ W wv"'5M 9" vwwwd iv Na M'-Q. ww X, W3 Sgr Q 5s5,X -ffQ4t9v,.,y"2c ,A N, 1095 23,4FHA12, ,Pro or: " ' " 4. . 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'WW 'Alf ff? 5 L ?1 ' 'i E .: ,W 1. . ,.,. .Ft PERMANENT RECORD JOANN WEEKS F H A 1 2 3 4 Public Relations Chairman Treasurer 4 G A A 1 4 Bowling Pep Club 2 3 Pos ter Committee The Beautiful People Prom checkroom Com mittee 3 Astrum Staff Tvplng Committee 4 X WELCH P F A 1 2 liamentary procedure team Land Jg1ngteamAVC2'i4 c Treasurer 4 F T A Astrum Staff Co Chairman Pictures sketball 1 2 3 4 Co captian 4 All State Honorable Mention 4 Little Six All Star Team 4 All Western Illinois Third Team 4 Track 2 3 4 Prom Committee Decorations 3 Home coming Float Co Chairman 'l Football Vollevball Intramurals 4 Girl Cra7v dance The Beautiful People r Prim 4 ELEANOR VVHITE F H A 2 2 3 4 Co Ch man F T A Float Committee 4 F T A Librarian 4 Librarv Staff 2 3 4 Quill and Scroll 4 Pep Club 3 Only An Orphan Gir Model 3 Astrum Staff Co Chairman Assembly Com mittee Ticket Committee Beautiful People 4 GXRY WILLIAMS--F. F, A. 1, 2, 3, 43 "Astrum" Staff, Art Com- mittee 4: Prom Committee, Dec- oration 31 Boys' Intramurals 1, BILL VVRIGHT--Y Football 1. 2, 3. 4: Basketball 1, 23 Track 1, 2, 3, 43 A. V, C. 1, 2, 3, 4: Chorus 2, 3. 4: Boys Octet 43 "Best Foot For- ward," Stage Manager 4: "Annie Get Your Gun" Cowboy Chorus. 1: "Why I am a Bachelor", The Lecturer,4. I ' . - . f l -V ,"'Ff7gg"'?ffagz-:,::,, 1 -f el? , ' Q S' 5 A QW , 'S 5 4- , W ,s 5 Page Ninety-eight MONTHLY FLUCTUATION JULY 29---F. F. A. Fair, Knoxville. AUGUST 26 First Day of School, Foothall Practice-. 28 Jr. and Sr, Magazine Sales Campaign. SEPTEMBER 3 Freshman Studcnt Council Nominations. 4 Freshman Student Council Election Cheerleader Try-outs "Now everybody yell." Petitions for Freshman Class Officers State Examinations for Drivers' Training Band and Chorus Officers' Election. 5-Freshman Class Officer Election. 10-Burch Pictures of Freshmen. Sophomores, and Sen iors. Student Council Flower Fund Collection. 11 Burch Pictures of Freshmen, Sophomores, and Seniors. "Say 'six'. Good, you're a winner " 13-Orion, There. 14-0 win. Junior Cafeteria Dance. Pep Rally. 16--G. A. A. Buddy Hike. "Are the bricks heavy, Froshie?" 17 '-'- F. F. A. Officer Training School. Quill and Scroll Election. 20-Geneseo, There. 0-13 loss. 25 F. H. A. Tea and Introduction of Club Mothers. 27 Pep Rally. Rova, Here, 40-0 Win. First Issue of "The Student". 28 Plow Boy Prom. "Horace was the life of the party." 30 Jr. Varsity vs. Joy, There, Win. OCTOBER 4-Abingdon, There, 20-0, Win. 8-G, A. A. Benefit. 10--Alexis, Here, 13-19, Loss. G. A. A. Cafeteria Dance. Pep Rally. 11- Black Hawk Division Teacher's Institute, F. T. A ushers. No School. "Vice-President go to school". 14-Fresh-Soph vs. Alwood. Here. 15- Jr. Class Ring Meeting. "The Slant". 17-Sr. Class Play -postponed because of flu. 18--F. F. A. Land Judging Contest. F. F. A., Here-No Game. "Flu bug strikes again." 19- Sr. Play "The Beautiful People". 21 -Sr. Play -"The Beautiful People". Fresh-Soph vs. Roseville. There. 24 - Homecoming Parade. 25 Homecoming Game with Knoxville "The flu bug's final blow no game." 26 Homecoming Dance, NOVEMBER 1-Roseville, There. 20-7 win. 5-Knoxville, Here. 7-6 win. 7-Biology Trip to Chicago. "Would you look at that pile of bones." County Career Day. F F. A. Hare and Hound Chase. "Duhh, which way did he go, George?" 8 F. H. A. Senior Chapter Tea. 9-4-H Achievement Night. F. F. A, Farm Planning Contest. District Student Council Convention. 11-Veterans' Day-No School. 16-Carthage Cheerleading Practice. 18 f Little Six Meeting at Knoxville. E "I still think it should have been a tief 19 'Football Banquet. "Well, maybe just one more roll." 21 Burch Pictures. "Juniors on the Burch Perch." 22 -First Basketball Game, Joy, Here. Won. F. F. A. Cafeteria Dance. Pep Rally. 27 East Moline. Here. Freshman Cafeteria Dance. 28 No School-Thanksgiving Vacation. 29- No School--Thanksgiving Vacation. 30-F. F. A. Trip to International. MONTHLY DECEMBER J - 1 Alwood Here Red Cross Collection Abingdon There Christmas Concert Program Fresh Soph is Rota G A A Initiation Open vour mouth and sax ihli' Monmouth There Purchased Record Pliicr Knoxville Here Student CUIHLII Cafeteria Danu Mangrum the Crt it assunbly Sherrard Here Winola fherc Dress up Day Hey are my seams straight' Geneseo There Christmas Vacation Senior Christmas Dante Schnake Lockey Nuptials Those wedding bells are bra iking up of mine ANIUARY Bushnell Holiday Tourney Bushnell Holiday Tourney Bank to Sihool The old grind State DTINGTS 'Training 'Tests Rosexille There Intramural Wrestling Tournament lvl A Here Semester Tests Rota Here Semester Tests Whatd you sax that answer 9 Monmouth College Choir Alexis Here Freshman vs Knoxville Here Reynolds postponed because of snow Carrollyn Mitchell. D. A. R. award. Abingdon. Here. A, V. C. Cafeteria Dance. Larry Stites and Joyce Ewing. Prom Burch Group Pictures. Aledo Invitational Tourney. "Would you like a program?" Aledo Invitational Tourney. Aledo Invitational Tourney. Aledo Invitational Tourney. F. T. A. Cafeteria Dance. FEBRUARY 14 15 I7 18 40 21 22 2-1 25 26 28 ---Aledo Invitational Tourney. Senior Cafeteria Dance. "I'm all shook up!" -New Student Council Movie Projector 'ANU popcorn allowed!" Fresh-Soph vs Rov'i. March of Dimes Collection. F. H. A. Initiation. Music Tryouts. Knoxville, There. March ot Dimes Benefit, Lineoln's Birthday No School. P. T. A. Programs. Five One-Act P a Aledo F. F. A. vs Winola F. F. A., --Roseville, There. Freshman Cafeteria Dance. Initial F. N. A. Meeting. t'Roll up your sleeves!" F. H. A. Valentine Dance. District Speech Contest. Alexis. Fresh. vs Winola. There. Freshman Tests, Burch Pictures. Farm Planning Contest Awards Rova, There. Orion, Here. G. A. A. Cafeteria Dance. F. F. A. Tin Can Tourney. "Victory for the Aggies!" Fresh. vs. Winola, Here. Music Assembly. --Rockridge. There. Music Assembly. Senior Announcements. that old gang C i-Chairman. ys. -32 Win. Night. Aledo F. F. A. vs. Winola r. F. A.. 55-40 win. Alexis, Here. Senior Cafeteria Dance. Teachers Institute No School FLUCTUATION INIARCH -l District Solo and Ensembles Music Contest. "Are you nerval and excitus?" Regional Tournament. 5 -Regional Tournament. 6 Regional Tournament. 7-Regional Tournament. Ruth Ann Peterson, Girl's State Delegate. A. V. C. Cafeteria Dance. G. O. Freshman-Sophomore Tourney. 10 Opportunities for Secretaries-Beginning ol' TWIRP Week. 8 "Are you sure you wouIdn't like a coke?" G. O, Fresh-Soph. Tourney, 11 G, A, A. Skating Party at Monmouth G. O. Fresh.-Soph, Tourney. Z2 F. F. A. Parliamentary Procedure Practice with Reynolds. ' G. O. Freshman-Sophomore Tourney. 'tVictory for the Little Dragons." 1.1 G. A. A. Fun Night. "But I don't like lemon pie!" 1-1 A. V. C. Swimming Party. 15 End of TWIRP Season. G. A. A. TWIRP DANCE, 17-V F. F. A. Donkey Basketball Game. Little Six Meeting. Sophomore Candy Sale. G, A. A. Shooting Contest. 18 F. H. A, Style Show. "A pretty girl is like a melody." 25 F. F. A. Skating Party. 28 President and Vice-President Election for Student council. 29 District Band and Chorus Contest Kewanee, 31 'Senior Social Security Talk. APRIL 2 Illinois State Normal Mens' Glee Club. "Backbone connected to the - - hip bone." G. A. A. Swimming Party. 4--Good Friday No School. Easter Sunrise Service. "Early to bed, early to rise . . 8 Knoxville Quad-county Student Council Conven- tion. SJ Play Matinee for Junior Hirgh. 10-Sports Banquet. F. F. A. Parliamentary Procedure Contest, "Mr. Chairman, Mr. Chairman!" 11 Junior Play, "Best Foot Forward," 12-Junior Play, 'KBest Foot Forward." "Where's the Quail?" 14 Triangular Track Meet at Monmouth. F. F. A. Slum Gulium Feast l?1 "Burrppp." 15 -Pre-freshman Day, 16 Davenport Relays. 18'-P. T. A. Carnival. Triangular Track Meet at Alexis. State Solo and Ensemble Contest. 19 State Band and Chorus Contest. 25-Galva Relays. 28-Student Council-Parent Recognition Banquet. "I would like to intro- - - 29 Geneseo Track Meet. 6 MAY 5-f-Freshman and Sophomore Track Meet at Alexis, 7- F. H. A. Mother-Daughter Banquet, Little Six Track Meet at Monmouth. U--District Track Meet at Rock Island. 10-Junior-Senior Banquet and Prom. "1s that the sun already?" 12 Freshman and Sophomore Track Meet at Abingdon. 1-1-G. A. A. Banquet. 18 --Baccalaureate. 23 Graduation. I School officially Adjorned lor Summer Vacation 30--Memorial Day Summer Concert. JUNE 10-12 F. F. A. State Convention at Springfield. 24 F. F. A. State Judging Contest. SEN OR STATISTI SENIOR PUBLISHING COMPANY ALEDO, ILLINOIS WEDNESDAY, MAY 14, 1968 Board of Directors eet N. . .NN Norman Malone above speaks to President Gene Lmon Vice president David Close Judy Haines a guest Fern Anderson an author and Carol Hyett secretary to the Board Elivac Process Is 1Book Sells for Movie Installed For SPC Elivac a new b1ndery process has been adapted for use at SPC The ldea for the new method originated in the mind of Karl Cook who was searching for a means of using used chalk dust in manufacturing flash bulbs Eleanor White an effic iency e X p e rt combined Cooks method with an ei periment 1n physics which she was working Eventually s he developed Elivac a combination f letters from the two names The process was adopted for SPC by the head of the research laboratory David Johnson He found that bv combimng Cooks chemical with coon dog ha1r under White s svstem a non break ab1e binding resulted According to Harry Long ley shop foreman working on the process Elivac saves two of the three hours The wealthy movie mag nate MISS Judith Haines and her partv arrived here Thuisdav for the filming of 1 Was a Teen age Busin essman which she bought from the SPC for three bil the board of directors dis cussed plans with them and later took her party on a conducted tour of our plants and grounds Elivac Ccont 5 which the books must re main in the presses to set Tests being completed now show that this IS a revolutionarv discovery Jo Ann Weeks and Vivian Del litt two girls from the sec retaiy pool have worked cf-nsecutwe eight hour shifts for a week opening and rflosine a new book made hx Elivac So far the vol mme has been opened 1 709 233 t1mes and not a stitch has yet broken In time all SPC books w 111 be bound this way At 3 Bullion Bucks Traveling with her IS the world famous director O Godmg Miss News Reel of 1968 Miss Janet Anderson her private secretary MISS Lynn Lemon and the man agrress of her chain of Mmteer That Wow Wow Girl Miss CoCo Fish originally Colle n Fisher who 1S t star in the picture also ac companied her as d1d her private staff of beauticians and cosmeticians Ila Cook Nancv Keating and Mary Longley The entire partv seemed to enjoy the tour and were erv anx1ous to start film me In the words of Miss CoC'o Fish This location st t 'wo Wow Wow Miss Fishs co star Brick Wall known by some as 1VIaur1ce Waugh w1ll arrive here next week At present he is on a mountain top 1n th I-I malavas searching for Ahom nable Snowman which he hopes to capture Page One Hundred Two Malone Speaks on Illustrating Work At its monthly meeting the Board of Directors ot SPC lnterviewesl several interesting guests The prominent Miss Judith Hames was present with plans for the filming of I Was a Teen age BUSINESS man which is to start im medlately President ot thc Board Gene Lemon expressed SPC s desire to help in eveiy wax possible as long as it didnt mvolxe money Pres ident Lemon then mtroduc ed the gucst speaker Mr Norman Malone Mr Malone is a commercial artist now under contract to SPC to do the illustrations for our latest book Mv Adventures at the Memri Stock Rises Secretary to the board Carol Hyett gave the mln utes of the last meeting and announced that our stock has IISCH 1 19 of a pomt Carol had to leave abruptly because of a nose bleed an ailment she has had since early childhood David Close Vice presi dent of the Board added the fact that top honors for beauty and utility were awarded the new Adminis tration Building at SPC '1 presentation last Mondav He was sorry to add how cxei that the east wall o the bu1ldmg collapsed th following day Fern Anderson appeare briefly to give a talk on th proposed series of books sh IS writing for SPC Land Proposal Ronald Hanson Melvl Hays Harold Heck Io Lemon and Gary William gave the board quotation on the absolute m1n1mu prices they will accept o their land which SPC de purchase They in tend to sell their farms an become ag teachers Jones Or1and was supposed to b at the meeting t give the annual report con cernmg the SPC Retiremen Home She was unable t attend though because Secret Service agent serve her w 1th a court summons sires to J ovce Florida present tCont1nued on Page 21 5 , 1 ' ' LA iv , ' ' . 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' . - ' -A ' Y . 7 , ' ' v 9' - . - y . , . l Q - 9 l - ' , .1 A iv - ,.,,, Q y ' - v' ' I ' V ' fMf'Y 14, 1968 SENIOR PUBLISHING COMPANY PAGE TWO Summer Plans Announced U S Veep, Steele Wrll V1s1t ln July Vlce pres1dent Jac1 Steele w1ll VlS1t SPC 1n July and w1ll speak to people of th1s area 1n Cl6dlCat1Ug her auto b1ography My L1fe as the F1rst Lady V1ce pres1dent of the Un1ted States The book 1S be1n1g prlnted by the D1 v1s1on 2 men now Arr1y1ng a week before V1ce pres1dent Steele w1ll be Iarry Greer Republ1c'1n nat1onal cha1rman and Franc1s Ch1n1und and Don Butcher Secret Servlce agents They w1ll arrange the program and glV8 news releases on events as they happen Jack Holt w1ll come to Aledo two days before the ceremony He w1ll person ally prepare the banquet wh1ch w1ll precede the V1ce presldents address RCCGIV 1ng an educatlon 1n foods at an early age Jack IS well qual1f1ed for h1s mb Bewley Wlll Emcee Jerry Bewley will be master of ceremomes S1nce he IS a very close frlend of Steeles he was asked t Wflfe the Foreward and lt lS f1tt1ng that he be present To open the ded1cat1on Llnda Castor and D1ck R1d dell w1ll slng The Star Spangled Banner House w1f1ne IS L1ndas mam oc her spare t1me D1ck farms and also coaches m VlOlH 1-Tandlmg SPC relat1ons durmg the ded1cat1on w1ll be Bob Bloomer and Bob R1dde11 They wcre hlred as speclal ass1stants for the occ s1on Both are from the le department Safety Award to Sechon D Workers It was announced last eek that SQCIIOH D of the hops IS to be awarded The afety Award for th1s 19 onth perlod Foreman of the shop Curt own1ng w1ll accent the ward 1n behalf of h1s crew ale R1gE1DS Don Burgess are lVIcCre1ght Bob Brldg ord R1chard Fell and Ron we Tohnson Th1s group has the bet afety record of the ent1re lant They have wrecked nlv SIX machmes lost only 7 fmgers and mangled only me arms The 1udges ex nded the1r congratulatmns 1 the group and told them 1 keep up the good safe fork Greer Releases Program Data Jerry Greer SPC Person nel Act1v1t1es d1rector has announced the summer en terta1nment program All company employees are 1n vlted to attend the serles wh1ch w1ll b presented ln the loadmg platform area Appearlng June 3 are B111 Wrlght the noted Spamsh dancer v1s1t1ng the U S for the f1rst t1me SIDCS 1959 and Patrlcla Lyman speak1ng on My Exper1ences 1n the Congo Pat worked 1n Afr1ca as a m1ss1onary after attendlng Clarke College and the Un1vers1ty of T1m bucktu Dance Comlng In July the entertamment w1ll be a dance Fats Flah ertv and h1s F1ve Fral1nes w1ll play Fats 1S the former Pat Llttle and the flVe g1rls are Beverely Guthr1e Soma Brown Frances Roth Ed wma Douglas and Mary Boyles Playmg the gultar n Western style lS Bevs 1ob Sonya plays the glock ensplel Wh1Ch she learned 1n h1gh school A hot flute IS Peggys spec1alty and Edwlna has become known the world over as a fabulous drummer Mary Boyles the new MISS Monltor w1ll slng s veral of her latest hlts Golf Talk Planned Davld Hole 1n One C ff1n and MISS Carrollyn M1tc-hell are on the b1ll for the flnal program 1n August The men of SPC w1ll meet Wllh Dave at the company golf course club house He recently won the Masters tourn ment and w1ll speak The Many Holes 1n One Ive Made Carrollyn w1ll meet the ladles 1n the conference room to dlscuss fashlons Recently she start led the world Wlth her new Kcas style Sec Thoman M1198 Wlll Amve Soon C H Bus Thoman Sec retary of the Navy w1ll V1S1t the SPC plant next week He IS g1v1ng technlcal 3dV1C9 for a book on the hlstory of the U S Navy Also scheduled for a V1S1t soon IS MISS Margaret M11es who w1ll conduct a forum for lay out men on how to ed1t yearbooks 'The Grey Bomb' Becomes Best Seller The Grey Bomb IS the t1tle of the SPC publlshed book wh1ch h1t the nat1ons 11st of top sellers th1s month Co authors of the book are the well known wr1ters MISS Dlanne Carson and MISS Barbara Lloyd Dlanne and Barbara have coll'1bor ated before on such books s The W1nola Story 1nd Father Buys the Gas The Grey Bomb b1ography ol the famous race drlver Nell G1ff1n It 18016. story of h1s t known wlns Nell and Mur rell HOlllS his mechanlc are the pr1nc1pa1 characters 1n volved For the1r next book D1'1n ne and Barbara plan to do a story on the all star bas kefball player Ray fBucketJ Stoner Ray has recently at tamed a 99 9? shootlng average YMW Team Wms Co Bowlrng Tourneyg The young marrled Wo fx mens team won the 1nter 1 company bowl1ng tourna ment last n1ght Each glrl on the team rolled three X consecut1ve perfect games Of course 1n this league 125 1S cons1dered a perfect score , The w1nn1ng team com posed of Donna Bedford Leota Bogart Judy May hevn and JoAnn Weeks has declded to have a celebra a t1on They plan to pool the1r baby sltters and spend a aulet evemng mendlng d1a pers and comparlng rare formulas he second place team m the secretarys league s worklng to ach1eve a per F rt eam They are Sharyn Balmer Pat Wakeland Rlta and Ptettv Snell Board Meets CContD MISS Judy S1mpson and 1 11 Senior News Brrefs Automatxc p1n setters made by the Chapman com pany have been lnstalled 1n the SPC alleys Carroll Chapman pres1dent of the above company states that the p1n setters w1ll last for years wlthout need of repalr Execs Hear Stancllff Roger Stanchff publlsher of The T1mes Record v1s lted SPC last week and spoke at the OXCCUIIVGS meet1ng A Journahst should always remember the deadllne and always prlnt the truth stated Roger Flfleld Finds Flrst Flrst pr1ze came to a SPC employee r e c e n t 1 y when Dor1s Flfleld won champ1on sh1p 1n the f1gure skat1ng compet1t1on at Boston Mass achusetts Dor1s IS a secre tary 1n the sales department and skates as a hobby Passenger Plane Purchased The D1v1s1on of Trans portat1on announced the purchase of a new 20 pas senger plane to be del1vered 1n June Guy Welch th e man who made the flrst f11ght to the moon has been hlred as pllot and the stew the famed Sue Foster Sue IS known the world over for the mlraculous Job she d1d 1n treatlng 56 people after the plane they were on crashed h1gh 1n the Andes Mountams New Book Planned Fern Anderson now the author of The Volce of Broadway IS attemptlng a book and has g1ven SPC all r1ghts to It Plans tenta Mlm Sandra Swearmgen t1vely are to release lt ln the SPCs cand1dates for MISS Prmtmg Press of 1968 mod 1 eled the clothmg they w1ll wear on the tr1p to Atlantlc CIIV for the contest SPC 1v111 nav all the1r expenses Sandra has prev1ously been elected MISS Trucklne Lme fo 1962 and lately she has pf n arlng TH Cypress Gar I late fall Semor Surfaces Streets New 011 and Ch1pS w1ll be put on all SPC roads th1s summer Larry Dell1tt State R 0 a d Commlssloner h a s notlfled the company that "1t 1S el1g1ble to surface 2 349 1'm11es under ex1st1ng state laws The work Wlll be done H995 ph 1111952 Judv Was lby the Dell1tt Surfaclng h1gh school Homecommg, Company Inc Queen Then m 1961 she was chosen M1ss Hub Cap " Job Opening and won a tr1p to Europe 1 Watt Plllllam and Jlm fm the 5 S Calhoun Thornburg have res1gned as The meetlng was then ad 1 rm-d , SUPPORT SPC One Hundred Three 1Super1ntendent and ASSISI anant of Mamtenance re spectlvely to take a well earned tr1p to Florlda . ,f at 11 ' ' ' - 0 Q Jo ' ' , I I O 0 v ' D I . . . , . - l . . . - , , - I 7 7 . . , ' ' , , , . 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A - CLASS WILL WE THE SENIOR CLASS OF 1958 be1ng the flrst class to have spent all four years of hxgh school ln the new school do hereby w1ll and bequeath to the FACULTY All our good grades so they can pass th m out to others and all our poor grades so they can do away w1th them JUNIORS Every sort of trouble we have had thls yeal so they can have 1t novx and have the really great tlme next year that we had ln th1s one SOPHOMORES The determlnatlon to do a good Job 1n thelr 1un1or year to enable them to have a good t1me when thelr work IS done And last but far from least because that IS the way we started to the FRESHMEN All our experlences and the ab1l1ty ta slow the clock down because the vears go much taster than they could poss1bly know I FERN ANDERSON w1ll and bequeath my ath let1c powers to ore who has pract1cally no aptltude for any kxnd of sports Gene F1sher I JANET ANDERSON hereby w1ll and bequeath my neatness to Karyl Hast1ngs so she can 1mpress A H S on Dress up Day I SHARON BALMER w1ll and bequeath my flash1ng eyes to ITIS Waugh who really doesnt need them I DONNA BEDFORD w1ll and bequeath my sm1le to Sharon Walker who alvxays has a very ser 1ous expresslon on her face I JERRY BEWLEY hereby w1ll and bequeath a 1958 SO11d gold Cadlllac WhlCh I dont have to any local hotrodder because I dont want to part w1th anythmg that I do have I BOB BLOOMER w1ll and bequeath my Bblllty to get my name on the excuse 11st ln mechan1cal draw 1ng more than any other person to HHTYIGI Cavanah who can never get out of a class I LEOTA BOGART hereby w1ll and bequeath mv pr1v1lege of do1ng shorthand Wlth the g1rls 1n the who has flrst hour study hall WE LYNN LEMON MARY BOYLES AND COL LEEN FISHER be1ng of quest1onably sound m1nd and body w1ll and bequeath our ab1l1ty to always have a good t1me to anyone who thmks he can top our aver age I BOB BRIDGFORD hereby w1ll and bequeath my regular attendance at the Astrum meetlngs to someone who cannot f1nd anythmg very fascmatmg to do on school nlghts I SONJA BROWN hereby w1ll and bequeath all of my dlrty old money to Barbara Bryant so she can have a l1ttle on hand once 1n a whlle I DON BURGESS w1ll and bequeath my ab1l1ty to get along w1th g1rls to Tom Redlmger who IS gomg to have to really go to make th1s record as good as h1s basketball record WE DON BUTCHER AND JOYCE JONES hereby w1ll and bequeath our ab1l1ty to hold hands ln the halls to B111 D1llavou asd Barbara Knupp w1th the hope that they won t get caught as many tlmes as we d1 I DIANE CARSON w1ll and bequeath all the VIOIH boys Joy boys and others scattered near and far to Paula Vance hop1ng that she can keep tab on all of them I LINDA CASTOR w1ll and bequeath my 3ov1al 1ty to Marty South, who could use a few laughs I CARROLL CHAPMAN w1ll and bequeath my curly han' wh1ch I have at home 1n my scrapbook to Rudolph Curls Breltmeyer I FRANCIS CHINLUND w1ll and bequeath my place 1n the football l1ne to John Roth so the team w1ll be as sol1d next year as It was th1s year I DAVE CLOSE hereby w1ll and bequeath the shoes that I am always taklng off at Astrum meetmg to anyone who has trouble keep1ng h1s on I ILA COOK hereby w1ll and bequeath the car load of frlends always rldmg Wlth me to Jane Sack man so she w1ll be able to have half the fun that I d1d I KARL COOK do w1ll and bequeath my fr1end Shlp w1th Alfred E Neuman to any Mad man who wants It I RITA DAVIS w1ll and bequeath all my phys 1cs equlpment to Bonnle Br1dgford so she can cont1nue vt 1th her sc1ent1f1c exper1ments I LARRY DELLITT hereby W111 and bequeath my ease 1n gettlng along w1th people to Janxce Hood because she has such a hard t1me gettmg and keep1ng fr1ends I VIVIAN DELLITT w1ll and bequeath my loud boom1ng VOICG to Marc Constant who IS always 1n terruptxng Amerlcan H1story class Wllh spontaneous outbursts I EDWINA DOUGLAS hereby w1ll and bequeath my calorle charts reduc1ng p1lls and scales to Agnes Klmball slnce lt appears that she needs them I CURTIS DOWNING w1ll and bequeath my glass pack three quarter cam and set of pots to Charles Headley so he can hop up h1s new Chev1e I RICHARD FELL be1ng 1n as sound m1nd as anyone else do hereby w1ll and bequeath my many lnterests 1n many places to anyone who can move fast enough to get to enough places ln the amount of t1me that I d1d I DORIS FIFIELD Wlll and bequeath my volley ball ablllty to Betty Beer w1th the W1Sh that she learn to Splke lt down the boys throats IS the mlxed volleyball tournament I SUE FOSTER hereby w1ll and bequeath my twlnkle flngers to my slster Kay so she can lmprove her p1ano play1ng I DAVID GIFFIN be1ng of reasonably sound m1nd and body do hereby w1ll and bequeath abso lutely nothmg at all to pos1t1vely no one for the ex press purpose of a1d1ng and abettlng any sle1ght handed undertakmg wh1ch they should ever consxder I NEIL GIFFIN hereby w1ll and bequeath my love of football pract1ce to Sandra Fender who mlght l1ke to try to attend pract1ce some n1ght as I am sure no one would ever d1scover her I OZZ GODING w1ll and bequeath my great coff1n corner punt1ng to Donald Lee Johnson because he can be here next year to lend It sparlngly to next year s great football punters WE LARRY AND JERRY GREER w1ll and be bequeath four dozen matched shlrts to Roger and Ron n1e Bonynge I BEVERLEY GUTHRIE be1ng 1n doubtful con d1t1on of m1nd do hereby w1ll and bequeath the Tom Owens dance band to the P T A so they can hold T O dances on 365 n1ghts of the year at A H S Page One Hundred Four v . r -- , . 1 Y T y , . 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P U I - . . , , , . . . . , . . , - I 7 l Y CLASS WILL I JUDY HAINES w1ll and bequeath my Job at the Aledo Opera House to Renee Anderson that she may ee as many movles as I have and enjoy them as much I RONNIE HANSON do w1ll and bequeath my 1nterest ln agrlculture and the huge amcunt of fun that I have had 1n h1gh school to Nell Orth because he doesnt have any outstandlng mterests I MELVIN HAYS w1ll and bequeath my wrest Img brulses to Holly Marshall who w1ll be cntnelv black and blue when mme are added I HAROLD HECK w1ll and bequeath a huge tremendous dletlonary to Lee Bell so he can learn more words wh1ch he would l1ke to do I MURREL HOLLIS w1ll and bequeath the clty of Monmouth to anyone who th1nks he can fmd place where he can hlde It I CAROL HYETT w1ll and bequeath my pres ence of mmd to Mary Gustafson who really needs 1t to help her to ma1nta1n her 5 on the honor roll I DAVID JOHNSON w1ll and bequeath my many many hound dogs to B111 Ruggles so he w1ll be able to catch more coon than I d1d I RONNIE JOHNSON w1ll and bequeath my sense of humor to anyone who has very much trouble keepxng a sm1le on h1s face smce th1S was no task at all for me I NANCY KEATING w1ll and b queath my home rn the country to someone who vants to get away from thmes smce I was always rwht 1n the mlddle ot everythlng I GENE LEMON w1ll and bequeath my Chev to Rodney ln the hope that I w1ll get a new one and because he has the ab1l1ty to wreck the old one as many t1mes as I d1d I LONNY LEMON w1ll and bequeath the entlre populat1on of Seaton to John Cavanah and Dean John ston so they w1ll be able to flnd som one they l1ke I PAT LITTLE hereby w1ll and bequeath my ab1l1ty to laugh at all Jokes no matter how the lead balloons fall to Mr Smlley Schnake so the class can grln and bear hls three questlon true false tests I BARBARA LLOYD hereby w1ll and bequeath my 1nterest IH V1ola to Judy Varner and my close as s0c1at1on w1th Rockrldge to Gay Welch so they w1ll be able to become better acquamted w1th these MARY LONGLEY wlll and bequeath my ab1l 1ty to get my brother s c r to my slster Vlrglma I HARRY LONGLEY w1ll and bequeath my abxl 1ty to keep track of my car when my s1ster has lt to my brother B111 I PATRICIA LYMAN w1ll and bequeath my vast knowledge of the hog market to Sue Westerfleld who I thmk would make a good auctloneer I NORMAN MALONE hereby w1ll and bequeath a part 1nterest ln a Texaco Servlce Statlon to Cary Bowlyou so he can occupy his many 1dle hours I JUDY MAYIIEW w1ll and bequeath my ln terest ln college men to Mrs Schmldt I LORRAINE MINTEER w1ll and bequeath good health to everyone because xt has been no fun mls smg weeks of school I CARROLLYN MITCHELL do w1ll and be que-ath my ab1l1ty to forget baton routmes to Jane Bertelsen ln hopes that she can do better than I d1d I LANE MCCRE-IGI-IT w1ll and bequeath my 48 Plymouth to MISS Bowers so she can carry her term papers to and from school brash up 1n slt on ways BOB RIDDELL Wlll and bequeath my loud Ways to Lynn Plpel b cause she doesnt show a crowd l1ke I do DICK RIDDELL w1ll and bequeath my po on Closes Trlmmers to Jlm Edwards who al seems to em rge un cathed from the rough games we play I DALE RIGGINS hereby w1ll and bequeath my four years ln h1gh school to anyone who thlnks he can be as dlsloyal dlsobedlent and d1spleas1ng as I was and st1ll get a d1ploma I PEG ROTH w1ll and bequeath 2391 of my he1ght to Glenda Wlse so she w1ll not have to worry about bemg so short I JUDY SIMPSON w1ll and bequeath my ab1l 1ty to wrlte to and to TGCBIVQ from the U S Navy as many letters as I have durlng the past three years to Jean Frank or anyone else who thlnks she can do as well I BETTY SNELL w1ll and bequeath 3000 typ 1ng lvnes to Bob Lovlng who could use them I ROGER STANCLIFF w1ll and bequeath my ncknamc Beaver t that go go go go man Dw1ghf Shoemaker I JACI STEELE oelng fa1rly sound and sane usually hereby w1ll and bequeath my ab1l1ty to get to all the dances and place out of town and g steady for such long perlods of t1me to Ruth Ann K mball who seem to do all right on her own I RAY STONER do hereby w1ll and bequeath my ab1l1ty to attend church every Sunday to Mr Pratt so he can say grace at next year s athletlc ban quet I SANDRA SWEARINGEN w1ll and bequeath mv glggle to Sharon Hudson who needs a d1st1nct1ve laugh PAT WAKELAND w1ll and bequeath my ab1l 1ty to keep up on the news to Paulme W1ll1ams who never hears any gossrp MAURICE WAUGH hereby w1ll and bequeath my dashmg personal1ty C1mag'1nary'7J and long wavy ha1r Cactual"J to Robert Smessert I JO ANN WEEKS w1ll and bequeath 684 vol leyball serves to Llnda McKay who cant seem to get enough Englrsh on the ball I GUY WELCH hereby w1ll and bequeath my worn out danclng shoes to Tom Ernster I ELEANOR WHITE hereby w1ll and bequeath all the mlles I have wlllmgly walked durmg my h1gh school career to Karon Berry who doesnt llke to walk I GARY WILLIAMS do hereby w1ll and be queath my customxzed Ford and contents to Lyal Soseman who 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