Alwood High School - Somethin Country Yearbook (Woodhull, IL)
- Class of 1953
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ln day ol yore the feudal lands were ruled
by the Nobles and Lords They were the over
seers ofthe serfs and peasants who dld the work
and l1ved on the land We thmk there 15 an 1nter
estmg correlat1on when we cons1der our days at
Al'Wood 1n that lxght It 15 wxth th1s 111 m1nd that
As a means of thanlung Mr Bhck for a year
of hard work and unselfmsh dewotxon we wxsh
to ded1cate the Scroll to h1m
VN e are very grateful for hms encouragement
and enthuslasm at the tlmes when our enthus
Lasm was at a low ebb He has helped to make
our work enjoyable and we trust that thms volume
wmll be a remxnder of hxs second year at AlWood
Semor I-hgh School
we present "THE SCROLL., "
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A MESSAGE EIEIIM
MH E HER
One of the many tasks that confront the schools mn Amer1ca
today 15 to help young people to develop mto a school c1t1zenry
wh1ch 1S capable of makmg sound dec1s1ons whlch possesses
moral strength and whlch has an awareness of sp1r1tual val
ln order for the schools to meet th1s 1'eSpOHS1b1l1ty they need
the co operatlon of the commumty and of the home
The hlgh schools of today must by v1rtue of the1r respons1b1l
1ty enrlch the1r program so as to provlde a wlde range of educa
t1onalopportun1t1es for the1r students
As you look through thms yearbook prepared by a staff com
posed of students and the1r adv1sor you wlll see the record 1n
both wrltten and plcture form of some of the educat1onal act1v
1t1es our hlgh school students experlence
In future years as these students look at th1s yearbook and
thmk back to cherlshed exper1ences of the1r student days then
w1ll the complete value of a hlgh school program reveal ltself
E E F1SCheT Superxntendent
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Th1s year marks the th1rd ann1versary of the publ1cat1on of an an
nual by the AlWood Senlor Hlgh School The class of 1953 IS the frrst
class of the AlWood Schools to have had the opportumty to have all
three years of the1r senlor h1gh school act1v1t1es recorded ln a year
The publ1sh1ng of th1s h1gh school annual has 1nvolved many hours
of work Part of th1s work was 1n carrylng out act1v1t1es by the entlre
class 1n ra1s1ng money to flnance the book Many hourls were spent by
the annual staff and thelr sponsor Mr Bhck 1n comp1l1ng mater1al
for the book
Many people 1n our commun1ty together w1th people from near
by towns have helped generously by patron1z1ng our a.ct1v1t1es for
The edltors of the Annual Staff Marllyn Nelson and Carol Bro
hne along w1th the Sen1or Class sponsors Mr Bhck and Mr Met
zger w1sh to thank the AlWood faculty student body school board
Mr F1scher and commumty for the1r help and co operatmon ln mak
mg the yearbook a success
D E Metzger Pr1nc1pal
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Mrs Bowman Mrs Perry ardMrs Anderson Cooks
Mrs X rrgrl Bodeen Alvrn Trrgg Mrs James Byrd
School Nurse Custodran Secretary
WOODHULL BUS DRIVERS ALPHA Bl 5 DRIX bRS
Wes Cam Clarence Luallen Howard Lrke and W alter Allen Vrrgrl Bodeen Iohn Epperson
Brll Anderson Leonard Hazelrrbg George Bland and Bunn
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DONALD E. MET ZGER
Geometry, Advanced Algebra
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MRS. DONALD MET ZGER
MISS BEVERLY GUSTUS
MISS DOROTHEA BECKER
English III and IV
The faculty co-operated with the
North Central Association of Colleges
and Secondary Schools on a Special re-
port on Criterion 3 to the Commission
on Secondary Schools.
Miss Edie, Home Economics teacher
joined the AlWood Faculty on December
l, 1952 replacing Mrs. Metzger, sub-
In December the faculty visited the
Monmouth Schools to observe methods
Meetings were held at various in-
EUGENE B LICK
MISS MIRIAM EDIE
BiolOgY: Chemistry and Physics
MRS. GLENN ANDERSON
English Il and Girls P. E.
tervals during the school year at which '-
time pertinent problems were discussed.
The faculty enjoyed a Weiner roast at
Crescent Lake in the fall.
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The Dukes, the Barons, the Vassals, the Peasants. . .all were
integral parts of the A1Woodian Kingdom. . .
Class President 3, 4 F.F.A. I, 2, 3,4
F.F. A. Reporter 2 F.F.A. Secretary
3 F.F. A. President 4 Chorus I,2, 3,
Student Council I,2, 3, 4 Yearbook
3, 4 Class Play 3 Basketball 4
Class Secretary 3 Class Vice-Presi-
dent 4 Football 4 Basketball 3,4
Track 2,4 Yearbook 4 Class Play
3 King's Attendant 4
Class Vice-President 2 Class Secretary
4 G. A.A. 2, 3,4 F.H.A. 1,2 Girls
Chorus I, 2 Mixed Chorus 2 Yearbook
4 School Paper 4,1 Office Secretary 4
Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4 Girls Chorus
l, 2, 3, 4 Boys Chorus, Accompanist
2, 3 Class Treasurer 4 G.A.A. 3, 4
F. H. A. I, 3, 4 Yearbook 4
G.A. A. 2, 3,4 G.A.A. Vice Pres.
4 F.H.A. I,2, 3 Mixed Chorus I,2
Ensemble 2 Student Council 4
School Paper 4 Cheerleader 3
Office Secretary 4
F.F.A. I,2, 3,4 Football I,2,3,4
Basketball I,2,3 Track I,2,3,
4, Student Council 3,4 King 4
BEVERLY ANDERSON"'Pee Wee"
F. H. A. I,2, 3 Music I School Paper
4 Librarian I Office Secretary 4
F.H.A. I, 3,4 Music I School Paper
4 Yearbook 4
Music 2,4 Football I Basketball
I Yearbook 4 Librarian I
Football Mgr. I Basketball Mgr. I
G.A.A. 3,4G.A.A. Reporter 3
Class Reporter I,3,4 F.H.A. I,2,3,4
F. H. A. Treasurer I F.H.A. Reporter
2, 3 F. H. A. Secretary 4 Student
Council I Yearbook 4 Paper Staff I
Band I Gir1's Chorus I,2, 3,4 Mixed
Football I Basketball I Track I, 2,3
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School Paper 1,4 Yearbook 4 Class Play
3 Cheerleader 2, 3 Librarian 3 Office
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retary 3 Sextet I, 2 Ensemble 2,3,4
Quartet 3,4 Girls Chorus I,2,3, 4
Mixed Chorus I,2, 3,4 Chorus Librarian
4 Student Council I Yearbook 4 School
Paper I, 4 Class Play 3 Cheerleader I,
2, 3, 4 Office Secretary 4
F. H. A. I,2, 3,4 Chorus I G.A.A. 2
School Paper 4
Class President I, 2 G.A.A. 2,3, 4 F. H.A
1, 2, 3 Girls Chorus 1,2 Mixed Chorus 2
Girls Ensemble 2 Student Council I, 2, 3, 4
Student Council President I, 4 Student
Council Vice Pres. 3 Yearbook 3,4
School Paper I, 4 Queen I, 4 Class Play
3 Cheerleader I, 2, 3, 4 Office Secretary 4
WILLIAM PETERSON-"Wild Bill"
Transfer from Woodland Park, Colorado
Class Treasurer 1,2 School Band I, 2
G.A.A. r Pep Club 1 F.H.A. 1,2 Chorus
I Yearbook 4 School Paper 4
Class Vice President 3 G.A.A. 2, 3, 4
F. I-I. A. I, 2, 4 Chorus I,2, 3, 4 Pianist
I General Chair. Athletic Banquet 3
Student Council I Yearbook 4
Class Treasurer 2 G. A. A. 2, 3,4
G.A. A. President 3 F.H.A. I, 2, 3, 4
F. H.A. President I F.H.A. Parlia-
mentarian 2 F. H.A. Vice President
3 Chorus I,2, 3,4 Band r,2, 3,4 Year-
book 4 Class Play 3 Queen Attendant
2, 3, 4 Librarian I
MARNA JEAN SWANSON-"Slim"
G.A. A. 2, 3,4 G.A.A. Reporter 4 F.H.
2, 3 Chorus I,2 Yearbook 4
F. H. A. I, 2, 3,4 Sextet I Girls Chorus
I, 2, 3 Mixed Chorus I,2, 3, 4 Ensemble
2, 3, 4 Band I,2, 3, 4 Yearbook 4 School
Paper 1,4 Librarian I Office Secretary 4
G.A.A. 2,3,4 F.H.A.1,2 Chorus I
School Paper 4
Track 3,4 Yearbook 4 Class Play 3
Margaret Perry was chosen to represent the
AlWood Senlor H1gh School as the Daughters
of the Amerlcan Revolutlon award w1nner
Pomts cons1dered were dependablhty servlce
an honor student and engaged 1n many extracur
rlcular act1v1t1es 1nclud1ng Cv A A Chorus
Class Plays the ACE and the SCROLL She
has been a member of the Student Counc1l for
three years and served as 1ts V1ce Pres1dent
dur1ng her Jumor year and Pres1dent dur1ng
her semor year Margaret was Queen of the
The Semor Class of 1953 selected thelr class off1cers as follows Pres1dent
Carl Nelson V1ce Presldent Gerald Nelson Secretary Mar1lyn Nelson Treas
urer Natalle Nelson Reporter Carol Brollne The Student Counc1l represent
atlves were Margaret Perry who was Pres1dent of th1S orgaruzatxon V1rg1l
Sp1vey Carl Nelson and Marlene Swanson
Durlng the I-lomecomlng fest1v1t1es relgned over by Margaret Perry and V1r
g1l Splvey the Sen1or Class float wh1ch deplcteda wlnter snow scene won the
Grand Pr1ze over all the floats 1n the parade The Sen1ors also had charge of the
concesslon stand at the Homecomlng game
Sh1rley Lucas Sh1rley Johnson and Janet Krueger represented thelr class
at GIIISV State at MacMurray College 1D JaCkSOl'1V1ll8 lll1no1s dur1ng June of
As an addxtlonal boost to the class treasury, It was dec1ded that each semor
would donate one workmg day s pay to the class A m1n1mum was set at 55, and
a maxlmum at 58.
The yearbook staff worked up an assembly program to help boost annual sales
They presented lt at both the Sen1or I-hgh and Junlor I-hgh It was produced on a
Besldes sponsor1ng the Annual, the Semor class also sponsored the ACE, the
school paper The Typlng ll class, made up of senlor g1rls, published the ACE
once every two weeks
The "I-l1ghl1ghts", a talent show sponsored by the Senlors each year, was
presented on March Z7 The Sen1or Class Play was presented Aprll 30 1n Wood
hull and May l mn Alpha
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LEFT TO RIGHT FIRST ROW Rrchard W1lson Donald Luallen Wrllram Peterson Carl Nelson Jack
Anderson SECOND ROW Beverly Anderson Jean Norberg Judy Johnson Margaret Perry Martha
Llnes Mary Mtller Shrrley Lee Carol Brollne THIRD ROW Shxrley Johnscn Marlene Swanson
Florence Schatteman Martha McCurdy Lo1s Drffenbaugh Martlyn Roberts Manlyn Nelson
Father Was a Housew1fe was presented by the Sen1or Class at Alpha
Thursday Apr1l 30 and at Woodhull on the follow1ng even1ng The play was
d1rected by Mlss Becker Spec1al entertamrnent was presented between acts
CAST Juhe Butler a stxteen year old sparkler Margaret Perry and Judy
Johnson Doug Butler her twln a motorcycle ftend Carl Nelson Dr Ann
Butler the1r mother a successful M D Martha L.1nes Tom Butler thetr
netghbor Shtrley Johnson and Martha McCurcly Hank Stelncke a salesman
Jack Anderson Warren Doug's frtend and ltkewtse a cycle addtct Wtlltam Pet
erson Sergeant Lutzfelder a local poltce offlcer Donald Luallen Mrs Cran
f1eld an 1mpat1ent pattent Marlene Swanson and Beverly Anderson Mrs Ames
a ttmtd pattent Florence Schatteman and Martlyn Roberts Pat Flanagan the
eff1c1ent nurse Mary M1ller and Shtrley Lee Mrs Norms the hlgh school
pr1nc1pal's wtfe Carol Broltne and Nata11e Nelson Mtss Osborne a bustness
woman Lots Dxffenbaugh and Martlyn Nelson Calvm Pepper a d1sc Jockey
R1chard W1lson Cynthla Lewts a stnger .Jean Norberg
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FIRST ROW Carol Brolme Jack Anderson Mary M1ller Mr Bl1Ck SECOND ROW Margaret
Swrhart Marllyn Nelson Carole Anderson Jean Norberg THIRD ROW Martha McCurdy Lots
Dlffenbaugh Shlrley Lee Florence Schatteman Janet Krueger Margaret Perry Martha Lmes
Peggy Johnson FOURTH ROW Marna Jean Swanson Dean Frscher Don Luallen B1ll Peterson
Gerald Nelson Carl Nelson Dlck W1lson Joan Plunkett
The year s program began w1th a wetner roast whtch was held at the home of
In September Manlyn Nelson and Carol Brollne attended the Ill1no1s State I-hgh
School Press Assoc1at1on conventron at the Un1vers1ty of Illlnots where they galned
pomters on yearbook constructlon
The staff dlscarded all dtgntty when they presented a program rn h1ll b1lly
style, complete w1th Slnglng commerc1als to promote yearbook sales
In the followtng months they worked dllrgently comprlrng and ed1t1ng thts book
Co Edttors Carol Brolme and Manlyn Nelson Photography Edltors Shirley Lee and Janet Krueger Art Edrtors
Lots Drffenbaugh and Carole Anderson Sports Edltors Gerald Nelson and Carl Nelson Gtrls Sports Margaret
Perry Features Martha LIDES and Jo Ann Plunkett Acuvmes and Clubs Margaret Swrhart Faculty Shlrley Lucas
Classes Semor Martha McCurdy Junlor Florence Schatteman Sophomore Mary Mrller Freshman Mama Swan
son Musxc Jean Norberg Busrness Managers Don Luallen Drck Wtlson and LeRoy Carlson Sales Managers Jack
Anderson and B111 Peterson Assocrate Ed1tors Dean Frscher and Peggy Johnson
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LEFT TO RIGHT ROW I Marxlyn Nelson Marlene Swanson Marllyn Epperson Beverly Anderson
ROW II Helen Page Mane Wtllett Margaret Swlhart Jean Norberg Judy Johnson Carole Ander
son ROW III Jo Ann Plunkett Mama Jean Swanson ROW IV Mary Miller Janet Krueger Shlrley
Johnson Margaret Perry Shlrley Lee Martha Llnes
The AlWood Ace was pubhshed by the Sentor Grrls Typmg Il Class
The prlnctple postttons were gtven to the grrls who weren t on the year
book staff A part of the class perlod was taken to plan the paper Thls
was usually done two weeks 1n advance so the gtrls would have plenty
of ttme to wrtte thetr artrcles These girls deserve a lot of credtt for
gettmg the paper out on ttme every two weeks
We were very proud ofthe Chrtstmas tssue The Staff sponsored a
contest before Chrrstrnas Prrzes of S3 SZ and Sl were awarded to the
students who submttted the best Chrmstmas story or poem All the entrtes
were publtshed tn the Chrlstmas rssue
Produc tl on
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Dean Fischer Vrce Presldent Srdney Rutledge Treasurer Peggy
Johnson Secretary Sh1rley Krueger Presxdent
Jnnwr Gflass lhsinrg
Our class started malung hrstory when we were freshmen Our class off1cers
were 9A Presldent Wayne Kapple V1ce Pres1dent Rlchard Underwood Sec
retary Treasurer Fred B1vens 9B Presrdent Peggy Johnson VICE Pres1dent
Sh1rley Krueger Secretary Treasurer Allce Gustafson The Student Counc1l of
f1cers were Pres1dent Wayne Kapple V1ce Presldent, Sh1rley Krueger Secretar
Treasurer, Peggy Johnson Our football record for the year was excellent and our
basketball record was good Dur1ng our freshman year we helped erect a trophy
case over the South door of the Jun1or H1gh and also cleaned the trophres ln the
other case As IS trad1t1onal the Student Counc1l staged a farewell party for the
Freshmen One of the bxg events of the even1ng was the coronatlon of the K1ng and
Oueen That year Gary Harwood was chosen Klng and Sh1rley Krueger was crowned
Queen Thexr attendants were Peggy Johnson and Wayne Kapple
Durlng the Sophomore year our sponsors were Mr Don Rlggle and Mrs Bernlce
Anderson Class offxcers were elected as follows Pres1dent Dean F1SChCr Vlce
Presldent Sh1rley Krueger Secretary, Peggy Johnson Treasurer, Patsy 1-Iolds
worth In the fall of the year a bad m1shap occurred to one of our members R1Ch
ard Welch had a bad accxdent whlle help1ng h1s father do chores We also sponsored
a dance 1n the m1ddle of the year That year Sh1rley Krueger was chosen as Sopho
more attendant to the Homecormng queen The Sophomore boys won the Sophomore
Cornbelt Conference Trophy
In the Junxor year the class enrollment was st1ll around 45 The class offrcers
were Presldent Sh1rley Krueger V1ce Presxdent Dean F1scher Secretary
Peggy Johnson Treasurer Sxdney Rutledge Jane Cole left AlWood to attend the
Vrlla de Chantel 1n Rock Island Ill1no1s The sponsors dur1ng the Jumor year were
Mrs Anderson and M1ss Ed1e At the t1me th1s book went to press elaborate plans
were underway for the Prom on May 15 1953
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LEFT TO RIGHT FIRST ROW Dean Fischer Virginla Greenup Rose Taylor Dale Fields Shirley Krueger Gary
Harwood SECOND ROW Peggy Johnson Wayne Kapple Patty Johnson THIRD ROW Dolores DeRew Wanda
Sanders Nancy Ingram Patsy Holdsworth Miriam Dahlsrrom Ethel Kugler Alice Gustafs in FOURTH ROW
Dick Taylor Max Davison Charles Thulin George Beck Richard Harnbleton Sidney Rutledge Richard Under
wood George Wr1ght Leonard Anderson
Susie the Siren ' a three act comedy was presented at Alpha
November 6 and Woodhull the following evening. The play was
directed by Miss Becker. Variety numbers were presented be-
CAST: Susie the Siren Virginia Greenup' Mr. Reynolds her father Dale Fields'
Mrs. Reynolds her mother Rose Taylor- Petey her young brother Wayne Kapples
Midge 'her best girl friend Shirley Krueger' Gussie a young neighbor Peggy
Johnson' Tim the vandal Dean Fischer- Blimp his pal Gary Harwood' Agnes Miriam
Dahlstrom Wanda Sanders' Beverly Nancy Ingram Patsy Holdsworth' Nona Dolores
DeRew' Jumbo a menace Richard Hambleton' Mr. Foley Sidney Rutledge' Mrs. Com-
stock a visitor Alice Gustafson' Miss Oakey a teacher Patty Johnson Ethel Kugler'
Dugan a policeman Richard Underwood' Extras Charles Thulin George Beck George
'NN right, Richard Taylor, Max Davison, Leonard Anderson.
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identg Anne Harwood , Leroy Willett
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Walter Mmder W1111am Hampton
Mrs. Fred Shetler Mrs. Robert Magmll
Don Roberts ,
ROW 1: Richard McDowell, Mike Frantz, Allanlohnson,
Don Roberts, Advisor. ROW 2: Judy Blumenstein,
Ardith Elliott, Judy Kingery, Donna Jo Nelson, ROW
3: Pat Gould, Marsha Kingery, Gary Lee, Shirley
Jones, Susan Bell, Pat Nelson. ROW 4: Gary Frenell,
Janice Blumenstein, Barbara Lee, Judy Taylor,
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ROW I: Russell Swanson, Roger Carlson, Billy Taylor,
Walter Minder, Coach. ROW 2: Marvin Setterdahl,
Bill Scott, Bobby Krans, Dale Willett, Gene Malcolm
ROW 3: Gary Frenell, Ronald Fields, Fred Brown,
Raymond Litton, Dennis Whimpey. ROW 4: DeWayne
Magnuson, Robert Douglas, David Roberts, John
Baird, Keith Erlandson.
ROW I: Dennis Whimpey, Teddy Plunkett, Marvin
Setterdahl, Dale Willett, Ronald Fields, Gary
Frenell, Eugene Malcolm. ROW 2: David Roberts,
Dewayne Magnuson, John Baird, Robert Douglas,
Keith Erlandson, Walter Minder, Coach.
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Pat Gould, Barbara Lee, J
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EIGHT A, ROW ONE: Darryl Nelson, Jack Bollinger,
Linda Krans, Carol Green, Lora Franks, Joan Mont-
gomery, Richard Strandberg, Mike Fields. SECOND
ROW: Jerry Krueger, Gary Lee, Glen Kapple, Jean
Hughes, Shirley Jones, Judy Nelson, Imogene
Vancil, Evan Melton. THIRD ROW: Jack Zuidema,
Ronnie Lucas, Monte Voss, Donald Dahlstrom,
Buddy Doxsee, David Norberg, William Hampton,
Advisor. FOURTH ROW: Donald Strandberg, Burton
Peterson, Judy Taylor, Maxine Carlson, Myra
Loveridge, Carolyn Litton.
EIGHT B, FIRST ROW: Harold Barton, Richard McDowell, Jan Gibson,
Lawrence Ward, Jerry Mason, Glen Magnuson. SECOND ROW: Donald
McDowell, Gary Sholl, Bruce Anderson, Carol Horner, Judy Kingery,
Ardith Elliott, Miss Dorothy Mort, Advisor. THIRD ROW: Donald
Ward, Bill Wing, Nancy Page, Barbara Johnson, Ruth Nelson, Deanna
Lambert, Ronald Hayden. FOURTH ROW: Janet Holmes, Dorothy
Setterdahl, Patsy Lucas, Beverly Edmund, Leroy Cathcart, Roscoe
Lowery, Glenn Wind, Dennie Jordon.
CHEERLEADERS: Carol Horner, Ardith Elliott, Judy
Kingery, Judy Taylor.
SEVEN B, FIRST ROW: Dean Morland, Leroy Luallen, Martha
McDowell, Janice Simkins, Kay Murdock, Torn Gould, Larry
Plunkett. SECOND ROW: Gary Halsted, Tommy Page, Mike
Frantz, Alice Vancil, Judy Blumenstein, Nancy Bugos, Mrs.
Fred Shetler, Advisor. THIRD ROW: Dale Walsten, Larry
Taylor, Helen Anderson, Susan Bell, Joyce Nystrom, Karleen
Larson, Dick Horner, Larry Hammerlund. FOURTH ROW:
Terry Dean Swanson, James Brinker, Gene Dollinger, David
Doubler, Berry McVietty, Gary Peterson, Eddie Gullstrand.
CHEERLEADERS: Dorothy Lambin, Helen Wright, Donna Jo
Nelson, Judy Blumenstein.
SEVEN A, FIRST ROW: Cletus Johnson, Gerald McDowell,
Judy Ringberg, Sandra Henderson, June Vance, Gary Wing
Leonard Schnowske. SECOND ROW: Judy Edmund, Donna
Jo Nelson, Jeanette Anderson, Helen Wright, Dorothy
Lambin, Pat Nelson, Shirlene Taylor, Mrs. Robert Magill
Advisor. THIRD ROW: Russell Drake, Kent Lindsey, Leroy
Johnson, Duane Bodeen, Jerry Gould, Richard McCurdy.
FOURTH ROW: John Hougland, Loren Swihart, Larry
Bolin, Clifford Carlson, Delmond Johnson, Allan Johnson.
Throughout the Realm the A1Woodian .Tester was busy sing-
ing, dancing, pa 1-fading . . . and SOCiI111lllilfAlxVlDOd subjects
were well supplim-d with 11 variety ot artivities. . . .
Student Council Officers: Margaret Perry, Presidentg Wayne Kapple, Vice
Presidentg Shirley Krueger, Secretary-Treasurer.
and Richard Hambleton.
Dean Fischer Dolly bpivey Marcia Rehn Marlene Swanson W O Hancock Advisor
and C arl Nelson
D,E. Metzger, Advisor Bill lirantz, Paul Kronsted, Virgil Spivey, Gary Harwood,
STUDENT COUNCIL SPONSORS MANY ACTIVITIES
The Student Counc1l of AlWood Semor H1gh School was very act1ve thxs year
They sponsored the annual Homecom1ng celebrat1on and preced1ng the pres1den
t1alelect1on members of the Councll held an 1nterest1ng debate on the good and
bad pomts of the two cand1dates and thexr part1es The Counc1l also sent two dele
gates to the state conventxon held at Peor1a durmng the 1951 52 term They
plan to select two delegates agaln th1s year
Mr Hancock has been the adv1sor for the organ1zat1on for two and a half
years Members elected for th1s year s group were Marcla Rehn, Paul Kron
sted B111 Frantz and Dolly Spxvey from the sophomore class Gary Harwood
Wayne Kapple Sh1rley Krueger Rlchard Hambleton and Dean F1scher rep
resentat1ves of the Jumor class and V1rg1lSp1vey Margaret Perry Carl Nel
son and Marlene Swanson from the sen1or class
Off1cers for the year are Presldent Margaret Perry V1ce Pres1dent
Wayne Kapple Secretary Treasurer Sh1rley Krueger
Not all of the Student COUHCII s act1v1t1es were busmess however They
also took turns w1th other orgamzatlons 1n runmng the concesslon stand at foot
ball and basketball games Last summer members of the 1951 52 Counc1l took
a tr1p to Starved Rock State Park where a very enjoyable day was spent
The Councll s mam purpose IS to better relatlons between students and the
faculty The members act as a go between ln all school problems If any organ
1z.at1on wlshes to have a school party or other act1v1ty permlsslon must be se
cured from the Student Councll
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Junior Attendants Dean Fischer and Peggy Johnson Senior Attendants Gerald Nelson and Florence Schatteman
King Virgil Spivey Queen Margaret Perry Senior Attendants Donald Luallen and Shirley Lee Junior Attendants
George Beck and Shirley Krueger Sophomore Attendants Leroy Willett and Marcia Rehn
The AlWood students gave one of the highest honors they can bestow when
they elected Margaret Perry and Virgil Spivey as Queen and King of the 1952 Al
Margaret was one of three girls nominated by the Senior Class as contestants
for queen The other two girls Shirley Lee and Florence Schatteman were Sen
ior attendants at the Coronation Ceremony
Virgil known to students as Butch ' was elected from the list of Senior boys
on the football squad. The runners up Donald Luallen and Gerald Nelson were
also Senior Attendants.
At a Bonfire on Thursday night, Coach Turner gave a pep talk and introduced
the players, after which Mr. Blick presented the attendants and announced the
names of the King and Queen.
At the Homecoming Ball on Friday night, following the football game with Orion,
the football team formed a guard of honor for the royal procession. Marcia Rehn and
Leroy Willett escorted the King and Queen to the stage where they were introduced
by Anne Harwood, Head Cheerleader. Leroy then presented the Queen with her
crown and Marcia presented "Butch" with the traditional white football and his
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Miss Gustus, our new choral instructor, came to us
this year fromAugustana. The choruses took part in
the Christmas music program and participated in the
Cornbelt Music Festival at Cambridge.
ROW 1: Betty Wadham, Jean Norberg, Jack Anderson, John Thulin, Carol
Broline, Janice Bodeen, Ruby McDowell, Jewneel Walker. ROW lI:Carolee
Murdock, Carol Litton, Marian Leafgreen, Shirley Doubler, Paul Kronsted,
Natalie Nelson, Gertrude Henderson, Marilyn Roberts, Margaret Swihart,
Alice Gustafson. ROW III: Lois Diffenbaugh, Rose Taylor, Barbara Swihart,
ROW I: Betty Wadham, Ruby McDowell, Marian Leafgreen, Shirley Lee, Carol
Broline, Natalie Nelson, Gertrude Henderson, Miss Gustus. ROW II: Carol Fern
Litton, Shirley Doubler, Jean Norberg, Carolee Murdock, Janice Bodeen, Margaret Swihart. Miss Guslus Anne
Marilyn Roberts. ROW Ill: Rose Taylor, Lois Diffenbaugh, Anne Harwood, Barbara
Swihart, Martha Lines, Jewneel Walker, Doris Pearson. ROW IV: Delores DeRew,
Janet Holmes, Virginia Greenup, Cynthia Fleharty, Janet Krueger, Florence
Schatteman, Margaret Swihart,
Virginia Greenup, Shirley Lee Jean
Norberg, Rose Taylor, Carol Litton,
Miss Lois Diffenbaugh
Lois Diffenbaugh, Senior, accompanied all
Choral groups and acted as school accompanist
The ensemble sang for various church organ-
izations and community programs. The mixed
quartet appeared on television and made
several appearances at community functions.
Palm, lim Diffenbaugh, Martha Lines, Janet Krueger, Anne Harwood,
s Pearson. ROW IV: Virginia Greenup, Delores DeRew, Shirley Lee,
Taylor, Dean Fischer, Richard Underwood, Bill Frantz, Cynthia
iarty, Florence Schatteman.
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1309! Krueger. Florence LEFT TO RIGHT: Dean Fischer Bass- Jean Norbert Soprano-
Lois Diffenbaugh, Accompanistg Janet Krueger, Alto, Richard
Miriam Dahlstrom, Barbara Cushman, Marilyn Roberts, Marie Willett, Marlene
Swanson, Carol Litton, Janet Krueger, Patty Johnson, Marna Swanson, Rose
Taylor, Gertrude Henderson, Natalie Nelson.
The physical education classes met for one period five times a week. Mrs.
Bernice Anderson was the instructor of the classes. Baseball, volleyball, bas-
ketball, and dancing are a few of the activities in which the girls participated.
The girls' locker room was rearranged this year. The old lockers were
taken out and new basket lockers were put in their place.
President, Shirley Johnson
Vice-President, Marlene Swanson
Secretary, Patsy I-Ioldsworth -s
Treasurer, Shirley Lee
FIRST ROW: Patsy Holdsworth, Carol Broline, Mary Miller, Marie Willett, Elizabeth
Peterson. SECOND ROW: Marilyn Nelson, Marlene Swanson, Shirley Lee, Patricia Peck,
Jean Norberg, Barbara Cushman. THIRD ROW: Carol Litton, Rose Taylor, Shirley John-
son, Gertrude Henderson, Virginia Greenup, Marilyn Epperson, Delores DeRew, Margaret
Perry. FOURTH ROW: Alice Gustafson, Anne Harwood, Mama Swanson, Patty Johnson,
Miriam Dahlstrom, Florence Schatteman, Janet Krueger, Natalie Nelson, Marilyn
The Girls Athletic Association held its meetings once a month in the gymnas-
ium. After the business meetings the girls participated in active sports. Their ad-
visor this year was Mrs. Bernice Anderson.
Intramurals in basketball were held during the year. The girls were divided into
two teams, with approximately twelve girls on each team. The intramurals were
held in the spring during the noon hours.
Miss Miriam Edie
Second Semester Advisor
F. I-l. A.
The year's activity began with an officer's meet-
ing at East Moline at which time our chapter's
new officers were given pointers on how to success
fully conduct meetings. During the first semester
Mrs. Metzger, substitute teacher, served as ad-
visor. One of our first projects was selling hand-
made jewelry. Christmas cards and "AlWood"
scarves were also sold.
At the beginning of the second semester, Miss
Miriam Edie was on hand to take over her new
duties as FHA advisor. During the month of De-
cember a bake sale was held at the Town Hall in
Woodhull. The meetings during the past year con-
sisted of installing the Junior High School officers,
taking a personality test, and observing various
ROW I: Carol Broline, Jean Norberg, Gertrude Henderson,
Margaret Swihart, Dolly Spivey, Carole Anderson. ROW
II: Jewneel Walker, Carol Litton, Rose Taylor, Helen
Page, Janet Holmes, Martha McCurdy, Lois Diffenbaugh,
Shirley Lee, Mrs. Metzger. ROW III: Natalie Nelson,
Florence Schatteman, Frances Schnowske, Peggy Johnson,
ROW I: Janet Holmes, Martha
McCurdy, Peggy Johnson, ROW
ll: Carol Broline, Shirley bee,
Judy Johnson, Martha Lines.
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President . . .Martha McCurdy
Vice President. . . Martha Lines
Secretary . . .Carol Broline
Treasurer . . Judy Johnson
Reporter. . . . Shirley Lee
Parliamentarian . . . Peggy Johnson
Publicity Book Chairman . Patty Johns on
Projects Chairman . .Virginia Greenup
Shirley Doubler, Ethel Kugler, Doris Pearson, Barbara Degree Chairman. l l Shirley Krueger
Swiharr, Nancy Ingram, Martha Lines. ROW IV: Marilyn Recreation Chairman Q ' Janet Holmes
Roberts, Shirley Doxsee, Miriam Dahlstrom, Patty .
Advisor ..... Mrs. Metzger
Johnson, Cynthia Fleharty, Shirley Krueger, Judy John-
son, Delores DeRew, Virginia Greenup.
ROW Ill: Patty Johnson, Virginia Mrs. Donald Metzger
Greenup, Shirley Krueger, Mrs. First Semester Advisor
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ROW I: Wesley White, Pat Kness, Dale Phillis. ROW 2: Vernon Spivey, James
Diffenbaugh, Richard Underwood, Bill Hancock, Advisor. ROW 3: Charles I RSO'
Underwood, lim Bergstrom, Harry Carlson, Clifford Franks, Alan Petersen O Tun! 0 r
ROW 4: Keith Underwood, Virgil Spivey, Carl Nelson, John Bredburg. -gig, 'gli X- A
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on three thlngs l Scholarshtp II
Superv1sed Practrce Projects and
Ill I..eadersh1p ACt1V1t1ES
This year the reclplent of the
De Kalb award was V1rg1l Sprvey
who had the h1ghest average rn
catronal Agr1culture durlng h1s hrgh
F F A Offrcers Presrdent Carl Nelson Vrce Presrdent
Vrrgll Sprvey Secretary Rrchard Underwood Treasurer
hm Bergstrom Reporter Pat Kness
The F F A chapter had a very busy
year They went to the Nat1ona1 Conven
t1on of the F F A IH Kansas Crty last
October 13 15 Pat Kness Wayne Mont
gomery V1rg11Sp1vey Jlm Bergstrom
and Mr Hancock made the trrp
Later 1n the fall .hm D1ffenbaugh re
presented the group at a S011 Conserva
ttonmeetlng ln W1scons1n The Annual
Boar Sale was held at the bus shed on
October 22 The F F A boys also ran
a lunch stand at the plowlng demonstra
tron and sold popcorn at all the football
and basketball games
O. Hancock, Advisor
Soil Conservation Team: Clifford Franks, Richard Underwood, Pat
Kness, Jim Diffenbaugh, Jim Bergstrom.
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Eleven man football was 1ntroduced 1nto the Cornbelt Conference th1s year
and the boys took to lt enthus1ast1cally Although the football team d1dn't do as
well as expected we fared well agamst some of the stronger opponents Even
though the1r best efforts weren t good enough at t1mes the boys were ln there
p1tch1ng all the tlme Coach Turner d1d a swell Job teachlng everyone who went
out for football a lot about the eleven man system
Now that the boys have had some experlence ln eleven man football and al
so because they w1ll lose only two of the regulars we expect to have a much 1m
proved team next year
Our basketball team d1dn t lead off too well but won two tough ball games early
ln the season The team slumped for a whlle but as the season progressed they IITI
At the tmme of th1s wr1t1ng the prospects for the track season are very good
The boys are expected to do a good Job 1n the track meets aga1nst the oppos1t1on
Cons1der1ng the fact that durmg the football season we were hampered by sev
eral 1nJur1e5 AlWood athlet1cs had an above average year 1n all sports act1v1t1es
A trxbute IS due Coach Turner who stood by us Even though he became per
turbed at t1mes he was always try1ng to show us ways to 1mprove Our play
The prospects for next years teams are very good and the student body should
all support the boys by gomg to the games
Gerald Nelson Sports Ed1tor
Carl Nelson ASS1StaDt
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1ng toward a Master s degree at the Colorado State
College of Educat1on at Greeley Colorado H also
has done college work at the Un1vers1ty of Ill1no1s
Washlngton Lee Un1VETS1ty and Huron College South
Dakota Coach spent 42 months ln the A1r Force as
a P E mstructor
Mr Turner was born ln Arm1nto Wyomlng 1n
the early twent1es arfd attended schools ln Casper
Wyormng Freemont Nebraska Spr1ngf1eld Ill
IHOID Toronto Canada Roanoke V1rg1n1a and f1
nally graduated atSpr1ngf1eld Ill1no1s H15 roamln
past has made travel one of h1s favor1te hobb1es
coached and taught h1story at Altona and R O V A
before com1ng to AlWood 1n 1949
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BOTTOM ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Richard Bloomberg, Paul Kronsted, Wesley White,Vernon Spivey, Gary Johnson Charles
Thulin, Leroy Willett, Bill Krueger, Pat Kness, Jack Perry. SECOND ROW: John Thulin, Mgr Herman Beck Charles
Underwood, George Wright, Richard Underwood, Dave Barton, Max Davison, Richard Hambleton Harold Caulkins Harry
Carlson, Jim Bergstrom, Sidney Rutledge, Mgr. THIRD ROW: John Bredburg, Gary Harwood, Kent Kessler Virgil Spivey
Maynard Franks, Don Luallen, Dean Fischer, Dale Fields, George Beck, Gerald Nelson.
Wyoming Home 40
Winola There o
Atkinson Home 26
Sherrard There 13
Williarnsfield Home 6
Orion Home 13
Cambridge There 20
Fischer, Dean 12
Willett, Leroy 12
Underwood, Richard 6
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1953 CLASS HISTORY
ln the fall of 1948 twenty three Alpha e1ghth graders Joln
ed e1g'1teen e1ghth graders f om Woodhull to form the new A1
Wood E1ghth Grade Class at the AlWood Jun1or I-hgh Dur1ng
our elghth grade we gave a farewell party for the Freshmen
We began our Freshman year by loslng three members
Pat Forrest James Connour and Donna Rasko We galned
John Brown and Shlrley Lucas The hlghhght of th1s year was
the farewell party glven to us by the e1ghth rade A k1ng and
queen were crowned They were Margaret erry and Terry
McV1etty At our promotlon exerc1se good cxt1zensh1p awards
were gwen Those rece1v1ng them were Margaret Perry and
In the fall of 1950 we journeyed to the AlWood Sen1or H1gh
w1th h1gh hopes for the future Our offlcers for our Sophomore
ear were Presrdent Mar aret Perry V1ce Presldent Mar1
yn Nelson Secretary Sh1r ey Lee and Treasurer Florence
Schatteman Student Counc1l representatlves were Carl Nelson
and Pat Barton Our class sponsors were Mrs He wood and
Mr Sanner We gave a formal dance for the H1 h chool th1s
year Our attendant to the Queen was Florence chatteman
We lost four classmates Beverly Forsythe W11bert Sw1hart
Barbara Castognol1 and Marlene Elhott We also ga1ned four
new members Jo Ann Plunkett B111 Re1nhardt Dlck W1lson and
Dur1ng our Junlor year we lost three members Pat Barton
R1chard Lundeen and Mary Jo Herndon Our class offlcers
erts Secretary Gerald Nelson and Treasurer Dona d Lual
len Student Counc1l representat1ves were V1rg1l Sp1vey and
Terry McV1etty Class sponsors were M1ss Jensen and Mr
Browmn The hlghhghts th1s year were rece1v1ng our class
rmgs an havmg our class play The name of our play was
Aunt Hetty H1ts Her Str1de Another b1g occaslon was the
Annual Jumor Sen1or Prom Our theme was Starl1ght" It
was a great success
On our last lap we entered our Sen1or Year We a1ned
Wayne Montgomery but later lost h1m Our offlcers or th1s
year were Presldent Carl Nelson V1ce Presldent Gerald
Nelson Secretary Mar1lyn Nelson and Treasurer Natahe
Nelson Our Student Counc1l representat1ves for th1s year were
V1rg1l Sp1vey and Marlene Swanson Class sponsors were Mr
Bhck and Mr Metzger Our money mak1ng progects were the
'H1ghl1ghts of 53 and the Semor Play wh1ch was a great suc
cess We also tr1ed somethm new a work day whlch was
qmte successful Our g1ft to t e school was the Yearbook
Margaret Perry won the D A R award Margaret Perry and
Vlrgll Sp1vey re1gned as K1ng and Queen at our Annual Home
commg We have had a great deal of fun dur1ng our years at
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We the class of 1953 berng of sound U3 mrnd and body do hereby make and declare thrs
to be our last wrll and testament To the class of 54 we wrll the three west rows of seam rn
Study Hall and all our old PIHCIICE sets and book reports To the teachers we leave the fond
memorres of the most lovable class ever to graduate from AlWood As rndrvrduals we leave
Beverly Anderson, wrll my lrvelrness to Nancy Ingram so her Athletrc ratrng wrll equal
that of her scholastrc one
Carole Anderson wrll my blonde harr and lrght features to Rrchard Welch and hope he ll
be back at school next year
Jack Anderson wrll my ways and means of collectrng pencrls to Drck Taylor to ard hrm
rn wrrtrng hrs book reports
George Barton wrll my conflrcts wrth Mrss Becker to Ethel Kugler to guarantee an excrt
rng Englrsh IV class rn 1954
Carol Brolrne wrll my love for the accordran to Dean Frscher
LeRoy Carlson wrll my wrfe 1 see prophecyj to Curly Johnson
Larry Crawford, wrll my ternfrc ambrtron and boundless energy to Johnny Bredberg
Lors Drffenbaugh wrll my artrstrc abrlrty to Alan Petersen
Marrlyn Epperson wrll my green bangs to Chrck Thulrn to grve hrm an orrgrnal look
Judy Johnson wrll my self assurance to Shrrley Krueger
Shrrley Johnson wrll my nosrness about the class wrll to Ike Anderson
Janet Krueger wrll abrlrty to get a man as well as a dramond to Marlene Taylor
Shrrley Lee wrll my good groomrng to Charles Mrller wrth an aqua barrette to keep hrs
harr out of hrs eyes
Shrrley Lucas wrll my long drstance boy frrend to Delores DeRew so that she can use her
spare trme wrrtrng letters
Martha Lrnes wrll my dark harr and eyes to Dale Frelds to grve hrm that Italran look
Don Luallen wrll my Chev to Buck Harwood so he can rrde over to Alpha
Martha McCurdy wrll a few Johns to Patty Johnson
Mary Mrller wrll my tap dancrng techmques to Wesley Whrte so he can entertarn the Ag
boys after a dull meetrng
Carl Nelson wrll my brrllrance and leadershrp qualrtres to Pete Lucas May he lead the
Junror class on to further herghts
Gerald Nelson, wrll my collectron ofJokes to Rose Taylor and hope she wrll en1oy tellrng
them as much as she drd lrstenrng to them
Marrlyn Nelson wrll my rnterest rn the Naval Reserve to Dorrs Pearson so she can send
S O S srgnals when rn drstress
Natalre Nelson wrll my frrendly smrle to Gert Henderson and hope rt wrll attract more
customers for Otto
Jean Norberg, wrll my spot on the Cheerleader squad to Richard Stumbles Underwood
Helen Page wrll my drums as well as the drummer to Gayle Crawford rf she rs rnterested
Jo Plunkett wrll my reserved seat tn the grey Mercury to Frances Schnowske
Margaret Perry, wrll my bachelor grrl trarts to Peggy Johnson
B111 Peterson wrll my gurtar to Mrrram Dahlstrom wrth no strrngs attached
Marrlyn Roberts wrll my arr of quret knowledge to Shrrley Doxsee so she wrll get along
better rn Mr Blrck s study halls
Florence Schatteman wrll my unfarlrng sense of humor to Vernon Sprvey
Vrrgrl Sprvey, wrll my cute blonde curls to Gurnre Jordan to go wrth hrs dark eyes
Marlene Swanson wrll my orgrnal dancrng abrlrty to Donald Doubler
Marna Swanson wrll my cunosrty to Pat Kness to help hrm keep up on current events
Margaret Swrhart wrll my accomplrshed hula hula abrlrty to George Wrrght to grve hrm
more clearance for the hrgh Jump
Drck Wrlson wrll my trght levrs and hrgh black boots to Max Davison to make hrm look
more lrke a cowboy
I Marre Wrllett wrll my drmples to George Beck and hope he smrles at the pretty grrls more
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THE ALWOOD ACE
MAY 10 1963
After many years of falthful servlce
MISS Becker has retxred and xs bemg replaced
next week by a former AlWood graduate
'VIr Terry McVxetty Speakmg of eduqatlon
Terrys former classmate Gerald Nelson
flunked out of Augle and IS now graduatmg
from Knox m Galesburg
The Andles Pee Wee and Carole an
nounce a dance at thexr dance hall ln Ne
koma for thus Frlday mght
A bad accldent occurred m Alpha last
nlght Marxlyn Epperson local lxme hauler,
and Marllyn Nelson drlvmg her new ready
mxx cement truck colhded ln front of Deed s
USO corner of Mam and Rt 150 The la
dles were not hurt ln the accident but had
numerous 1nJur1es resultmg from the fight
Mr and Mrs Rex Llvmgston local prmt
ers are the parents of twm boys Rlckle and
Week-end guests at the Jack Anderson
coon farm were Mr and Mrs LeRoy Carl
son Mrs Carlson IS the former Marllyn Mon
xoe of the movles Callers Sunday afternoon
were Larry Crawford local mattress tester
Mr and Mrs Flnk Holdsworth manufactur
ers of Fmk s Smks and Rxchard Wllson who
just returned from New York after wlnnlng
the General Mxlls Bakmg Contest at the Wal
Saturday mghts TV schedule wlll be
hugh llghted by The Web wrltten by Mar
1lyn Roberts and Martha Raes TV show
Martha Rae xs the former Martha McCurdy
Guests on her show wlll be Don Luallen and
Vlrgll Spivey who wlll show thelr newest
French creatlons m neglxgee and lmgerle
Also featured wlll be Colorado Blll Peter
on who now has hls own yodelmg show on
Following Martha Raes show wxll be
Presldent Margaret Perry s maugural address
from Washxngton Presldent Perry will be es
corted to the Inaugural ball by her consort
the new first man of our country George
Barton Rumors have been heard that the
new cablnet will Include Carl Nelson ln the
vlce presldency Jean Norberg as Secretary
of Agrlculture and Mane Wlllett wxll be the
Ambassador to Luxembolg When the Bar
tons arrlve at the Whxte House they wxll flnd
that lt has been redecorated and painted red
by Secretary of the Interxor Judlth John
son A new congresslonal commlttee IS ln
vestlgatm rumors that the name Whrte
House w1ll soon become Red House Walt
mg ln the Lavendar Square room will be
Rev J A Plunkett mlssxonary to the Bel
glum Congo also Shxrley Johnson captam
of the Womens Globetrotters who IS trymg
to schedule a game wlth the Congressmen
Former Woodhull resxdents, Natalle Nel
son and Lols Dxffenbaugh are planning to at
tend the Chlcken of Tomorrow festwal nn
Arkansas next week Lols has now become
1S helplng Blll run the Freeze egg factory xn
Martha Lmes former AlWood student IS
takmg Jun Juxtsu lessons from Helen Page
world renowned Jul Jultsu expert Martha
beheves thus wlll help her ln her new Job as
prlson warden at Vandaha
Florence Schatteman s Butch Shoppe
was damaged last Thursday durmg the storm
when a tree fell on It She had to call Mary
Mlller tree surgeon to cut the tree and haul
A cattle show wlll be held on the New
Wmdsor fanr grounds next week Shlrley
Lucas famous cattle Judge wlll be ln charge
of the cattle dlvlslon The trophy for the
Grand Prlze steer wlll be contrlbuted by the
Beck Auto Sales Becks secretary agmg
spmster Marna Swanson wlll make the pre
Margaret Swlhart captain of the Alr
Police Blackhawk dxvlsxon has ordered Shlr
ley Ann Lee to cease runmng the car dump
on the slag pile at the Alpha Coal Mme as lt
IS scarmg the storks
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On February 7 the Sophomores sponsored a
formal "Sweetheart Dance" for the whole stu-
dent body. The gym was decorated with hearts
and valentines. After refreshments and a live-
ly program, Dolly and Virgil Spivey were
crowned King and Queen of the party.
and Gerald Shirley' and
"Hollywood Squaredance "
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Marv an Cyan
Alpha Phone 290
KELLY'S BARBER SHOP
Dry Cleanlng SCPVICG
Phone 55 111
Gravel L1me Phosphate
BUBON'S SERVICE STA FION
Real Estate Broker
Farm and Resldence Property
Crushed Rock Sand
Local and Long Dlstance Haulmo
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REPAIR FARM BUREAU oIL 5Tfxr1ox
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GENERAL ELECTRIC AND MAYTAG APPLIANCES
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ALPHA OIL. COMPANY
Charles H Nelson Prop
Wholesale 81 Reta1l
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S1ncla1r O11 and Gas
Greas1ng and Washmg
Mrs Florence M Anderson Owner
Auto and Tractor Repa1r1ng
Acetylene and Electr1c Weldmg
JOHNSON S HARDWARE and ELECTRIC
RCA V1CtOT TV and Radlo
LUALLEN MOTOR SALES
McKEE S DINER
BROWN LYNCH and SCOTT
W1l11am Muslc Ill1no1s
THE VILLAGE CAFE
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BUBON 'S DRUGS
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Jerry Beachler and Mernll Brown
Ghdden Pa1nt Products
Best of Everythlng For the Bu11der
J I CASE POWER FARM EQUIPMENT
SALES AND SERVICE
BRIGGS AND WISCONSIN GAS ENGINES
PHILLIPS 66 TANK SERVICE
BARTON BROS. BODY SHOP
LOWERY 'S MARKET
Groceries and Meats
SHROYER'S MOTOR SALES
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Dean Sims Ralph Carlson
BESSIE S BEAUTY SHOPPE
Featumng Helene Curt1s Products
Phone Woodhull 3 121
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Alpha mums cRoUsE and ANDERSON
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Phone 2 on 88 for Radio
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CLEO Mc LAUGHLIN
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HJR IHI 1953 Slillllll
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We w1sh to thank everyone who has helped make th1s Yearbook posslble
lncludmng the Student Body the Merchants the Faculty the School Board
Mr Metzger Mr Fmscher and Coach Turner Our speclal thanks to
Jerry Hawklns who has donated all of hls txme and fac1l1t1es 1n do1ng all
of the photography 1n thls year book Most of all we w1sh to thank Mr
Bl1ck who has really helped us a great deal 1n mak1ng thls Annual a suc
THE SENIOR CLASS OF 1953
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