Alwood High School - Somethin Country Yearbook (Woodhull, IL)

 - Class of 1955

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As a means of thanking Mr. ll ' Lester Swihart Dave Swans on x Not Pictured Russell Bolin Curtis Walsten President Howard Johnson John Weech Bill Bolduc Secretary ROLLAND LINDSAY ALwooD HIGH SCHOOL woodhuu Woodhull, uunois f li R if N.. 2 If 9 . 55 Vp W 54' . 1 'M 5 W .vh- 'ir +I ..Z, 5. 5 Z'-L MARJ ORIE ELGSTRAND School Secretary E E FISCHER Supermtendent DONALD E MET ZGER Pr1nc1pa1 70445 would We Za Wdtiad 75em. ix f , ,il Dale Johnson, Howard Like, Bernard O'deay, Byron Wier, Logan Stiers, John Bubon, Chic Anderson, Asa McFarlin, Liz Anderson' Beryl Perry Gora Bowman Jack Epperson, Leonard Hazelrigg, Harry Becker PAY DAY CUSTODIANS 'E-521 ll 3: . xo, o UM-M-M! FOOD! Alvln Trigg H1 Hambleton WOODHULL MOTOR CO SWANSQN gl 50N5 Woodhull J I CASE FARM EQUIPMENT Woodhull x-L-- .Iff u XE Wg L2 ?L Q X 'OS Sf B111 Frantz Jaek Perry Presldent student Councll Jlm Bergstrom Jrce Pres1dent D,-42 Janet Holmes had the honor ol bun chosen to represent the AlWood Senlor l-lmgh School a the Daughters ofthe -Xmerxcan Rex olut1on Awar Wrnner Pomts cons1dered mn malmnw the award were dependablllty scrxmce leadershrp and unselfmsh loxaltx to Amerrcan rdeals Janet has been an honor student and engaged rn many extra curr1cular actu mtres rncludlng band chorus and m1xed rn trumental ensemble She ha been a member of the F H A and Pep Club She attended the N33 lNat1onal Com ent1on of the F H A ln Columbus Oh1o She has been on the school paper and xearbook staff and IS co edttor of th1s year s annual She was rn the Junlor class play and ha held a class off1c3c for three vears At the present tlme Janet s plans are to contmue her educatton at the Un1xers1ty of lll1no1s Oblolwm. Lucllle Lundhlad jan r Holmes tudent COlll"lCll Sec Tr as ANDERSON REXALL STORE HUGHES BEAUTY SHOP Woodhull 10 Alpha d 1 1 1 ' l' U - J I1 ' ra 'Y 4 A 7 I l 1 . - - -Y. . . . , I ' , ' 5 . ' 5 . .4 . , if'1 . F ' ' f ' kk Sf f l I 0 5 . 1 S l 7 A - 'ity . . V ' . S . ? ' ' f s i ' : L ' I 4 c A I ' K' . ' S , 4 . - Q ., - 3 tf'? f Q I AE 84, , MARCIA REHN "I am a man hater ---- but the Bible says love your enemies. " Chorus 1: Newspaper Staff lg FHA Treasurer lg Class Officer lg Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4g Student Council Officer 1,35 Student Council President 4g Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Librarian 1. 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 3, 4, Queen's At- tendant 1, 2,3, GAA 4, Class Play 35 Cheerleader 1. 2, 3, 4: Annual Staff 4. BARBARA CUSHMAN "My gentleman friend is just grand. " Band l, 2, 35 FHA 1, 3, 4g FHA Projects Chairman 45 GAA 2, 4, Pep Club 3, Treasurer 43 Class Play 33 Newspaper Staff 1,45 Annual Staff 4. BARBARA SWIHART "Smiles are the language of love." Class Officer 1, 25 Student Council Officer lg Paper Staff lg FHA 1, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 1, 2g Cheerleader lg Pep Club 3, 4g Annual Staff 4. ? 13 ' iqrnzrf CAROLE LITTON "There's a deal of deviltry beneath her mild ex- terior. " Girl's Chorus 1.2: Mixed Chorus 1, 2, Girl's Ensemble 1,25 Paper Staff l,4g FHA 1, 2,3,4g FHA Officer lg GAA 2, 3,4g GAA Officer 3,4g Pep Club 3, 4g Class Play 3. BILL FRANTZ. "He has a future before him. " Basketball 1, 2,3, 4: Football lg Track lg Chorus 1, 2, 3, 43 Student Council 2, 3, 45 Junior Class Play 3, Presi- dent of Class 4. DAVE BARTON "Liked here, liked there, liked everywhere. " Football l, 2, 3, 45 Basketball l, 2g Track 1, 2, 3, 4. HERMAN BECK "A chap who loves his car better than his studies. " Basketball 4: Football 4, Track 3, 4. THE MARIE'S CORNER STORE BEAUTY SHOP Karl Holmes, Propr, Marie Strandberg, Propr Woodhull, Illinois Alpha, Illinois Kwik! eadaw ig. I '. DORIS CARLSON "In her very quietness there is charm, " FHA 1, 3, 4, Paper Staff 1, 4g Annual Staff 4g Pep Club 3, 45 Pep Club Officer 3, 45 Chorus 1, JOHN THULIN 'A good heart is worth gold," Football Manager 1,2, 3, 4, Basketball Manager 1, 2, 3, 4, Track Manager 1, 2,3, 4, Annual Staff 3, 4, Chorus 1, 2,35 Class Play 3. CAROLEE MURDOCK 'Not so very tall, not so very small, but fair and sweet and liked by all." Band l,2, 3, 4, Chorus 25 Class Officer 3, FHA 1, 3, 45 FHA Officer 3, 4, Pep Club 3,4g Paper Staff 4, Annual Staff 4, Homecoming Attendant 4, Class Play 3, HARRY CARLSON "A quiet dignity and charm of greatness are his," Football 1, 2, 3, 4g FFA 1, 2, 3, 45 FFA Officer 3, 4, Track 1, Hrs ROLLER RINK wooor-turcts DISPATCH Atpha woodhuit WANDA NIMRICK "Sweet personality full of rascalityj' Annual Staff 4, Cheerleader l, 9,45 Chorus 1, 2: Class play Il, Class Officer 1,2g GAA 4, lxlajo'ette t,-lg Pep Club 2, "i, 4, Librarian l, Il,-1, Student Couicil l, 2, Student Council Officer 2, School Paper 1,35 Science Club 2. MARVIN PALM "Oh yes, I study and still the teachers don't appreciate me. n Chorus l, 2, Band 2, 3, 4g Basketball 2, Class Play 11. MARLENE LUCAS "One of the most peppy and talkative bits of humanity in Alwood High," Chorus 1, Cheerleader 1, 23 Paper Staff .ig GAA 2, E, 45 FHA l, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 3, 4, Class Play 53, B-fri' CYNTHIA FLEHARTY "A friendly heart with many a friend." Class Officer 1, 25 Sec. -Treasurer of Student Council ln Editor of School Paper 15 FHA l,2, -3, 4g FHA Officer 1, 3, 45 Chorus l, 25 Junior Class Play '35 Annual Staff 5,45 Editor -wfAnnual 45 Librarian 1, -3, 45 Pep Club 3, BILL KRUEGER 'All my experiences can never be told," Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Basketball l, 2, rl, 45 Track l, 2, ti, 45 Kzng l, Newspaper 1, King's Attendant 3,45 Class President I-1: Student Council 35Class Play T35 .Knnual Staff ROY WILLETT "And now for a treat, shall I study awhile?" Football l, 2, 3, 45 Basketball l, 2, 3, 4:Kir1g's Attendant 2, 53, 45 Junior Class Play 25 Track l, 2, 3, 45 Class Presi- dent Ig Student Council l, arm, endow JANET HOLME: Capable Courteous Friendly Admired by all G rl s Chorus 1 2 Mixed Chorus l Girl s Ensemble l Band l 4 Brass Ensemble Paper Staffl Annual K 4 FH'-. 4 FHA Off1cerl2 4 PepC ub 3 Class Officer 2 4 Class Play Annual Editor HAROLD CAULKINS I admit I 111 e the ladies there is no argument Football l Basketball l 4 Track l RUBY MCDOWELL The most 3 cciou hings come in small ackage C otus l L: FILA l 7 ': Pea Club 45 Pep Club Officer 13 C an 1,5 51, 'wg gper ftaf iz .Xnnua ftaff 4, JIM DIFFENIBALGH A iight heart lives ltng, " Chorus l L FT 4- Double Mixed Quartet 4-FFA l L Football Team Nlanager 45 Track l ' V . TAYLOR gl JOHNSON Woodhull BROWN LYNCH SCOTT STORE Alpha ...N wr' BILL MORLAND 'There may be greater men in the world butl don't believe it," Class Play fig Basketball 1,4. IANICE BODEEN 'Too bad she's taken," Girl's Chorus l, 25 Mixed Chorus 1, 23 Girl's Ensemble lg Paper Staff l,4g FHA 1,4, FHA Officer lg Pep Club 33 Class Play 3, RICHARD BLOOMBERG "Behold, a scholar!" Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Basketball 1, 2, 33 Football 1, 2, 4g Track 1, 3,45 Class Play 3, SHIRLEY DOUBLER "Kindness is her law," FHA 1,2g Chorus l,2, WOODHULL ELEVATOR Woodhull ALPHA ELEVATOR Alpha DA LE PHILLIS "He says much seldom." FFA 1, 2, 3, 4. DOLLY SPIVEY "Blessed with some reason and sober sense FHA 1,2, 3, 45 FHA Offic r 'S Cho us 1 Band 1 2 3 Student Council 25 Class Officer 2 Sweetheart Queen 7 Paper Staff 1,43 Pep Club 3 4 Pep Club Officer 4 Class Play 3, Homecoming Attendant 3 4 GEORGE BLOOMBERG "He does many things in a quiet way Class Play 3, Basketball 2 is ff' 'CT' N BETTY WADIIAM "She docsn't laugh, she giggles." Girl's Chorus 1, 2, IL, 45 Mixed Chorus 1. 2, l1, -lg Paper Staff -I. MARIAN LEAFGREEN "Noi much rallt, a great sweet silence." GirI's Chorus 2, fu, 43 Mixed Chorus 1, 2, Ii, 4g Paper S1aI'f4. JEWNEEL WALKER "Her life is a continual expression of smiles, " FHA 1,23 Mixed Chorus 1,2g Girl's Chorus 1,2. , ss" 'T-4 'Q' -fr' si X GAYLE JOHNSON "Nor quanity, but quality, " Chorus lg Junior Class Play CHARLE9 UNDERWOOD "The loud laugh bespealas a happy mind," FFA 1, 2, 3,4g FFA Senrinel 45 Football l,2,l5gManr1- ger 4. LELAND PETERSON "I live not in rnyscli. " Bas?-clball l,2, T, 4: FFA 2, I',Al: Chorus 2, , 4. PHILIP CATHCART "Don'r wake me too soon, boys, It makes the day roo long." Junior Class Play 3, BILL BOLDUC Limestone Phosphate Fertilize r Woodhull SI-IROYER MOTOR SALES Woodhull ,ff Q . LUCILLE LUNDBLAD "She has more goodness in her little finger than you have in your whole hand." Class Officer 1, 25 Sr, Orchestra 1, 2, 35 String Trio 1, 2, 35 Pep Club 1, 2, 35 Chorus 1, 35 Tri-Y :lg FHA 3,45 FHA Officer 45 Girls Ensemble 35 Annual Staff 45 Student Council 1, 45 President of Student Council 15 Student Council Sec. -Treas, 45 Homecoming Queen 45 Librarian 3,45 Boy's Chorus Accompanist 1, PHYLLIS GARDNER "What are guys to me?I have one of my own, " Chorus 15 Paper Staff 45 GAA 3,45 GAA President 45 FHA 3, 45 FHA Officer 45 Pep Club 3, 45 Class Play 3. JIM BERG STROM "But he's a handsome fellow and all the ladies love him," FFA 1, 2, 3,45 FFA Officer 2, 35 Football 1, 2, 45 Track 1, 25 Class Officer 3,45 Annual staff 4, ALEXANDER LUMBER CO. Woodhull ALPHA GREENHOUSE Aipha JACK PERRY "A man must dexote some of his life to other things besides study," Basketball l,2, i, 45 Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Track 1, 2, 3, 4 Annual Staff-15 Newspaper 1,45 Student Council 55,45 Class Play iz Homecoming King 4, JOYCE OSSIAN "A little diamond is worth a mountain of glass." FHA 15 Art Editor 15 School Paper 1, 45 Annual Staff 4 PAUL KRONSTED "Life is just one examination after another," Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 45 Student Council 1, 2, 3 Annual Staff 45 Class Play 35 Football 1, 2, 13, 45 Basket ball 1, 2, 3, 45 Track 1, 2, 3, 4, J 3 Movie Time Music Time Hungry Sophomores Om Fatwa HAVE MADE THIS BOOK POSSIBLE THANK YOU! Rolland Lindsey Dr. H. N. Picard Farmers State Bank Dr. J. V. Waitkunas Woodhull Co-op Grain Co. Alpha Electric 8: Hardware QFloyd Kruegerj Dr. W. N. Newton Horner Sr Lowery Alpha T. V. 8: Radio fBasil .Iordanj Fleharty's Food Market Luallen Motor Sales Jones Garage Charles Nelson QSinclair Stationj Woodhull Recreation Wayne Lutrell fGeerling's Feedsj Lloyd C. Epperson O. I... MusicfTexaco Station, O'Deay's Food Mart Arline's Milk Bar Shroyer Motor Sales Bill Bolduc Ophiem Grocery The Corner Store Johnson Hardware 8: Electric Marie Strandberg's Beauty Shop Clarke's Standard Station Ralph Kelly's Music Store Swanson 8: Sons Alpha Greenhouse Alexander Lumber Co. Hi's Roller Rink Woodhull Dispatch Brown-Lynch-Scott Store Taylor 8: Johnson Anderson 8: Bloomberg Woodhull Motor Co. Kathryn Hughes Beauty Shop Ace's Barber Shop Lyman Gustus, Real Estate C 8: M Garage, Alpha Barton Body Shop Buban Drug Store Clark's Hardware Lowery's Market, Ophiem Anderson Rexall Store Bubon Service Station C. E. McLaughlin W. J. Nelson 8: Sons, Ophiem Robert Sherrard McKee Diner Stanley Hernstrom The Senior Class wishes to thank everyone connected with publishing this Yearbook. The students, organizations and classes who sponsored their own pages in the book, the merchants, faculty, school board, Mr. Metzger, Mr. Fischer and Coach Behnke--all have co-operated with us and made our task a pleasant one. To Mr. Lenox, our photographer, also go special thanks. His prompt- ness in all his appointments with us have rnade it easy for us to meet copy deadlines. THE SENIOR CLASS OF 1955 Anna Padavic Dale Johnson School Treausrer Bus Mechanic Lo 8.7 E i f Sjllgl 3118- ffl! axe 'S ix! x iilffi 6 'lg' X. s, . a XL " xl. . Dennis Whimpey . John Baird . . . . Barbara Lee r . . . Marsha Kingery Reporter .... Sandra Johnson Council Representatives . . . Suzanne Pople Bill Taylor '-1: L. "VI 5 0056024 1 15 47 1 4 "1" j uno O - U ,uso z::--- - - 4,1 20 Loms Peterson Gary Frenell Suzanne Pople Ronald I-larroun Teddy Plunkett Jamce Robertson Kexth Erlandson Sharon McMeekan Frances Wells Dale Wlllett Leone Charlson Dave Roberts Gene Malcolm B111 Scott B1ll Taylor Roger Carlson LOUIS BROWNING 5 Junior Class Sponsor A fx' Peggy Green Marvin Setterdahl Lucille Granger Fred Brown Russell Swanson Marsha Kingery Dewayne Magnuson Sandra Johnson Bonn1e Anderson Denn1s Wlumpey Freda Peters B111 Evrard Donald Norberg John Ba1rd Raymond Brown Barbara Lee MIRLAM HANCOCK .Tumor Class Sponsor av A is 5 . Q . IE ' We SEATED Barbara Lee Lucille Granger Ronald Harroun Suzre Pople Janice Robertson Sandra Johnson Bonnie Anderson STANDING Marsha Kxngery B111 Taylor Lois Peterson Frances Wells Dennis Whirnpey Gene Malcolm John Baird Ray Brown Dewayne Magnuson Sharon McMeekan Peggy Green Leone Charlson I m A Family Crisis ' a. three act comedy was pre sented at Alpha November 17 and at Woodhull November 19 The play was directed by Miss Becker Special num bers were presented between acts CAST Peggy Morgan a chatterbox, Marsha Kingery Betsy her baton twirling sister Lois Peterson Mrs Morgan her mother Frances Wells Dr Morgan her father Dennis Whimpey Nellie Grimstead, who enjoys poor health Sandra Johnson and Lucille Granger Uncle Syl Mrs Morgan's brother Gene Malcolm and John Bairdg Willie Carter, her boyfriend, Ronald Harroun and Bill Taylorg Gwen Harris, a teen-age menace, Suzanne Pople and Barbara Lee: Julia Preston, a high school student, Peggy Green and Leone Charlson: Mary Lou Thomas, a high school student, Janice Robertson and Sharon McMeekan, Mrs. Tabor, a neighbor, Bonnie Anderson: Attendant from Rest Haven, Dewayne Magnuson and Raymond Brown. 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WALTER MINDER 9th Grade, Coach .. .,: ,, V . .riiiim X :WW-i:rf:n'5,::--r - DON ROBERTS Principal, 9th Grade ' .f-fwZ', 1 1555? f fi.. -I-'cw 1:w"Ef " 5f:f::::!' -waz: . .1 L .. --zz' " :: fr: E- ,. r J:'r::":: f -ff g.J'g',,..35"' r 5s!f:Qff,,H5'gf Zi :2:G2?1::1f:: 2' f5 ef A 1 fini! 5512 -1r"Z':z2::LEE:r: 1 fl : v:if " - zsf3Z1::1::s21-:fm HALLIE MAGILL 9th Grade, Home Economics wer' -vf ALBERT MILLER DOROTHY MOTT Sth Grade, Coach Sth Grade, Girls P.E. CLARKEYS STANDARD STATION RALPH KELLY Alpha Alpha I I I ROW lg John Krueger, Reed Hughes, Ronny Buban, Dar- win Fwanson, John Anderson, Rollin Setterdahl. ROW 2: Roger Sherrard, Mary Sherrard, Louise Elliott, Karen Swanson, Carole Diggs, Nancy Mason. ROW 3: Loren Swihart, Jerry Gould, Kent Lindsay, Delmond Johnson, Duane Bodeen, Dick Horner, Mx, Roberts. qaawe ROW 11 Gary Peterson, Loren Swihart, Dale Walsten, Duane Bodeen, Gary Halsted, Larry Plunkett, Dean Morland, Dale Caulkins, Rich- ard McCurdy, Tom Page, Ed Gallstrand. ROW 2: John Houghland, Larry Taylor, Kent Lindsay, Jerry Gould, Larry Bolin, Tom Gould, Coach Minder, Jerry McDowell, Larry Loveridge, Tom Johnson, Larry Harnmerlund, Dick Horner, Alan Johnson. LOWERY'S MARKET 1 ROW 1: Larry Taylor, Alan Johnson, Ed Gull- strand, Larry Bolin, Jim Brinker, Cletus John son, Larry Loveridge, Larry l-lammerlund, Tom Gould, Jerry Gould, Loren Swihart, ROW 2: Coach Minder, Kent Lindsay, Duane Bodeen, Dale Caulkins, Dale Walsten, John Hougland, Gary Halsted, Barry McVietty, Clifford Carlson, Tom Page, Richard Hor- ner, ROW 3: Gary Wing, Dean Morland, Larry Plunkett, Terry Swanson, Gary Peter- son, Jerry McDowell, Delmond Johnson, Le- Roy Johnson, Richard McCurdy, Leonard Schowske. C FSM GARAGE Gphiem, 111- 29 Clarence and Mary Luallen Alpha Y Kent Lindsay ' L :,",y - in . I v x Susan Bell ' . ' 3 Dale Walsten J Judy Edmund Edward Gallstrand v Shirlene Taylor Larry Hammerlund June Vance Barry McVietty Judy Ringberg -1 Joyce Nystrom Tom Gould Dick Horner Dean Morland i' 13 4. K' W. X '? m dh , -'R-"' -sf.: -' 4:-I' v-, 6 ,W I , K .' 04 ' I - -An, Leonard Schnowske , 5 Q ' 2 , ff Dale Calkins . 1 . I Gary Halsted 4 """ 't Tom Page W if R Q Q l w X ' , Q--' ' A D CHEERLEADERS Dorothy Lambin Helen Wright Donna. Jo Nelson Nancy Bugos Compliments of STANLEY HERNSTROM Alpha ALPHA FEED 8: FARM SUPPLIES Bob Sherrard, Propr. Alpha 'S V .,-YA!! 5 Jim Brinker Jerry . McDowell T erry Swanson Delmond fv Johnson A A-f fa EIGHT .X, FIRST ROW: Boh Scott, Richard Nistrorn, Richard Mason, Roger scttcrdahl, Richard Carlson, Richrird Cfnrdnvr, Pats Elan Barbara jones, Lnuisc Ellintt, Anna Peters, Sandra Rucd5, Karen Richards, Sandra Ywcuin, Bohhy Pitts, SECOND ROMQ Rohurt l.ncris, Gary Munson, David Browning, Richard Mahur, Gcnc Dnllingur, Mr, Millur, Donald Litt-in, N.incy Maswn, lnxwiiiri Andursnn, Kay jnliiistnii, John Krucgcr, jack Lainbin, Anita Yiicum. BASKETBALL TEAM, FIRST ROWg D. Sandberg, I. Bailul., CHEERLEADER5g Carol J irdan, Carole Dizggs, Nancy Ma- G. Kness, P. Ossian, D. Johnstin, R, icitcrdahl, R. Curl- Sin, Karci1Ki1igcryCnniinpicturvj, snn. SECOND ROW: C. Luns, D. Bmwniiig, P. llnii, R. Masin, Mr. Millcr, D. Johnson, J. I-Qrdcgcr, D, Ilrnisnn, R. shurrard, G. Pctl-rs.in. EIGIIT B, FIRST ROWg Rogur Shcrrard, Bonnie McCaw, Kdrcn Kingcr, Mar, shcrrard, Carnl Jordan, Judi. I-icssingcr, Virginia White, jim Bailey, Keith Walker, Gary Rnuss, Perry Ossian, Dale sundbfrg, Don Johnson, Dcanllanson, Daw Jihnson. SECOND ROWg Carole Diggs, Glnria Doxsce, Derold Montgomery, sandra Lee, lilcanwr Qiardner, Russell Drake, Miss Mutt, Bernard Vcrscha Philip Huif, Larry Nels-Jn, John R. Pricc. 444 t , .-1. --in- LLOYD C. EPPERSON BUBOINVS SERVICE STATION Alpha 32 Alpha a I ,, 7 QR?" A .1-1' 1 '4 I . Ziyi,-? 1f'i5f?'3Li" . ' Fw ' . ' 1-3: . 4 " '1f" " Y " A - ' ' I ' - , 'R ' - , ' SLVEN A, FIRST ROWg Patty Clark, Corinit' Nelson, Georgia Wells, Marilyn p 1 Barlow, Shirley Mnnsrrn, Virginia Dueyson, Ronnie Buban, Jitn Krueger, 'lknrirriy Strandberg, Marv.n Taylor, Dan Genisio, Ronald Sitns, jrhn Anderson, Terry Brrlin. SECOND ROW jwan Briggs, Susan Johnson, Judy Brrwrnan, Judy Cathcart, Karen Swanson, Mr. L.C, Johnson, Gary Hatnmerluntl, Johnny Peter- son, llarvey Carlson, Jerry Melton, Jini Nelson. CHEERLEADERS. Karen Swanson, ParryC1ark. Nina BASKETBALL TLAM, Row 1: B. Simpl-cins, R. Hughes Rh 'd9f1b3Ugh. Connie Nels in, J, Krueger, R, Zuitlenia, D. Swanson, L, Turner. ROW 2: R. Setturdalil, T. Bolin. I. Peterson, D. G J . L-nisio, Mr. Jrrhrisori, T. Noy, M. Lowery, R. Buban Anderson. SEVEN B, FIRST ROW: Reed Hughes, Rollin Setterdahl, Tommy Noy, Darwin Swanson, Bill Sinipkins, Glenn Taylor, Caroline Pople, Nancy Miller, Sandra McDowell, Donita Deterson, Florence Johnson, Janet Beth McLaughlin, Diane Bodeen. SECOND ROW: Ronald Zuidema, Lanny Turner, Norman Lowery, Rollin Swanson, Jerry Swanson, Reagan Wilson, Mrs, Shetler, Barbara McCurdy, Alice Vancil, Nina Rhodenbaugh, Lorene Strange, Robert Litton. TEXACO SERVICE STATION o. L. Music 33 Aipha O'DEAY'S FOOD MART Woodhull "Ui , Mn url My ""'U' 'f"'L s A' K t,x' VY Y an x six sixty ,41'f"""f v fl 1 Qfsl5fS ss.qyq.g,,,,s,,,jf" 'fv K . 'uQ'5lSl54qJxu, , V , ' ' ,sk N 5 ',.'1'XlWlQl5'QIOf P VS 8 Yfihlvhlslbl. 3' t 5ut55Xlkvso1tsag..,,. 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Three highlights of our year were our initia- tion, bowling, and a swimming program. We went swimming at the Rock Island Y. W. C. A. twice a month which was enjoyed by all the girls. All in all, the year proved to be a very suc- cessful one for our organization. Q.,-M OFFICERS President . . . Phyllis Gardner Vice President . . . Carol Litton Secretary . . .Sandra Johnson Treasurer . . .Barbara Lee Reporter. . . .Leone Charlson Qfamecamdng 2 Gary Lee, David Roberts, Dewayne Magnuson, Roy Willett, Bi11Krueger, Jack Perry, Lucille Lundblad, Carolee Murdock, Dolly Spivey, Marsha Kingery, Sandra Johnson, Ardith Elliott. frwyll Wim if' 'lil is -,N...L.....,..... Onuaff- f Y '14 fl? 1 La I ,, ,. H 5.y:.3g17. A ll i .E+ X 71 7754 smW , ,, x x U 1 In fs I 3 x: ,Q S 4 f , -'J'jj-J-Kitt JL-ijv 4 v P' gf .f 'Lu 1 6 1 MAJORETTES Wanda N1mr1ck Judy Taylor Judy Kmgery Barbara Lee Marsha Kmgery Thxs year marked one of the Alwood Band's most successful seasons For the fxrst t1me 1n theu' seven years' hlstory the band partlcxpated mn the D1str1ct Band Solo and Ensemble Contests Th1s expemence should prove to be extremely valuable to the group ID future years The forty four p1ece orgamzatlon also took part m the Cornbelt Con ference Band Fest1val and the Knox College I-hgh School Band Festlval NELsoN's SINCLAIR STATION LYMAN GUSTUS REAL ESTATE Alpha 41 Alpha GIRLS CHORUS Although the chorus drd not partlclpate ln the D1str1ct Muslc Contest thls year they have taken an actue part m other exe-nts These lnclude the Annual Cornbelt Musmc Festnal and pubhc appear ances ln the comrnuruty It 15 hoped that the slze of the chorus w1ll be gradually mcreased wlth the 1dea that plans can be made for future contest partmmpa t1on UIRLS SEXTETS ,fue AClf'S BARBER SHOP .3-.RLINE'S BULK BAR Wgodhull WOOdl'1ull 43 FIRST ROW: Marcia Rehn, Carolee Murdock, Phyllis Gardner, Barb Cushman, Dolly Spivey, Ruby McDowell, Barb Swihart, Carol Litton, Pat Lucas, Bev Edmund, SECOND ROW: Doris Carlson, Marlene Lucas, Lois Peterson, Barb Lee Lucille Granger, Joan Montgomery, Janice McCurdy, Janet K. Holmes, Dorothy Setterdahl, Laura Franks, Carol Horner, THIRD ROW: Wanda Nimrick, Ruth Nelson, Barbara Johnson, Judy Rhodenbaugh, Maxine Carlson, Carolyn Litton, Judy Nelson, Deanna Lambert, Mrs. Hancock, Myra Loveridge, Jean Hughes, Judy Kingery, Judy Taylor, Leone Charleson, Peggy Green, Shirley Jones. Dolly Spivey President 3 fx xx -. 'L OFFICERS Barb Lee Doris Carlson Ruby McDowell Dolly Spivey Barb Cushman ig , ' Janet K. Holmes fi fx CAROLEE MUR DOCK President anime Qfamemczee OFl5'lCERS President . . . Vice- President . Secretary . . Treasurer . . . Parliarnentarian . Historian .... Recreation Chairman Projects Chairman . Degrees Chairman . Public Relations . Publicity Book Advisor . . Carolee Murdock . Janet Holmes . Marsha Kingery .Cynthia Fleharty . Barbara Lee . Suzie Pople . . Ardith Elliot Barbara Cushman . Phyllis Gardner . Sandra Johnson .Lucille Lundblad Mrs. Hancock 'T i FIRST ROW: Deanna Lambert, Dorothy Setterdahl. Juan ltlniitgotnerls, Janice ?.lvCii'ti..', Carol llnrncr, .kttlnli Elliot, Ixlarcia Rell Ruby McDowell, Janice Bodeen, Dolly spirey, SECOND ROW: Ruth Nelson, Lucille Lundblad, Barbara Johnson, Judi' Nelson, Lau i Franke, Carolee Llurclock, Mrs, Hancock, Sandra Johnson, Phyllis Gardner. Liarbara swinart, Dnris Carlson, Janet lltaliraes, Til ROW: Marsha Kingery, Carol Green, Patsy Lucas, Barbara Lee, Myra L-wericgc, Claroljfn Litton, Maxine Carlson, wuzic Po'i Lucille Granger, Iutly Rhtwdcnbaugli, Cynthia lfleharty, Barbara Cuelnnan, l3tr.crll,' Egrtiuntl, Judy Taylor, Janet llolnies, fxlarlenc Lucas, Judy Kengcry, Lois Peterson, meucd MRS LEE MURDOCK Chapter Mother The theme for our F H A chapter program th1s year was "Channel F H A Some of our projests were School Improve ment projects lnformal 1n1t1at1on tea and fashxon show orphange v1s1t C1V1l Defense assembly and a Daddy Date Nrght One 15 the estabhshment of a Jr Hlgh F I-I A O MRS HANG CK cnapter Some of the top1cs of our meetmgs AdV1SOT Advrce Buyxng Clothes Travehng Educ atron and Personalrty All 1n all the year proved to be very successful one inn! FIRST ROW Cynthla Flehar y Ianel Holmes Carolee Murdock Marsha Kmgery SECOND ROW Lucille Lundblad Phyllls Gardner Barbara Cushman buzle Pople Barbara Lee sandra Iollnson Arduh Elhot 47 . .. 'if . A V7 ' ll were: Mother-Daughter panel, Beauty x . 74456146 74 ,4 1 Several members of the F, F, A, Chapter attended the International Livestock Exp- osition held in Chicago last winter. Some of the club's outstanding projects of the year were a boar sale, homecoming float, and a Christmas dance in co-sponsorship with the F, H, A, The chapter also sponsored a pop- corn stand at the football and basketball games. Plans are now being made for a Parent-Son Banquet to be held on March 15. Mg H . an Advisor COC All in all, the F, F, A, Chapter has had a very successful year. stag S FIRST ROW Betty Wadham Doris Carlson Phyllis Gardner Barbara Cushman Carol L1ttor1 SECOND ROW Carolee Murdock Janice Bodeen Marian Leafgreen Joyce Ossran THIRD ROW Jack Perry Ruby McDowell Dolly Sprvey Gayle Johnson Mrs Swanson With perfection their goal the Typing II class published the A1Wood Ace this year The aim of the staff was to provide an interesting and informative paper for the students The reporters are responsible for getting their required number of articles in and to meet the deadline. The staff work ed hard, typing, interviewing and getting the news so that the paper would be out every two weeks. At the beginning of the second semester Lucille Lundblad joined the Staff. DORIS CARLSON Editor OPHIEM GROCERY LUALLEN MOTOR SALES Ophiem, Ill. Woodhull, Ill. 50 x'N,: Bas Goldefl Ear a, nagers The athletxc season at Alwood dur1ng 1954 55 was a great success The football team fxmshed second m the Cornbelt Conference w1th s1x w1ns aga1nst one loss The basketball team f1n1shed strong brmgmg home the D1str1ct Tournament Trophy It takes more than team work and good coach1ng to bu1ld a w1nn1ng team The fans have a b1g part m 1nsp1r1ng the team The fans have contmued the1r support that has been noted IH past years The future of the Alwood Semor H1gh School sports act1v1t1es looks brlght The sophomores comp1led a respectable record and helped the vars1ty toward the end of the year The freshmen f1n1shed second 1n a very rough conference The e1ghth graders lost only two games all season and brought home two troph1es These boys w1ll make team to beat 1n future years Alwood the Jack Perry B111 Krueger Sports Ed1tors JOHNSON HARDWA RE 81 ELEC TRIC Woodhull C, E, Mc LA UGHLIN 'YV S . rf j,IYVA , " !,, . f' ' t u ketbau M Alpha 52 A 4.4 BOTTOM ROW LEFT TO RIGHT Charles Underwood Mgr Jerry Mason Jerry Krueger B111 Taylor Bruce Anderson R1ch ard McDowell Gary Lee Jim Drffenbaugh Mgr John Thulln Mgr SECOND ROW Dave Roberts Jack Perry hm Bergstrom Harold Caulkms B111 Krueger Coach Behnke Dave Barton Roy Wtllett Harry Carlson Herman Beck Dale Wlllett THIRD ROW Russell Swanson Keith Erlandson John Baud B1l1Evrard LeRoy Cathcart Glen Wtnd Roscoe Lowery Dewayne Magnu son Paul Kronsted Rlchard Bloomberg SCHEDULE AND SCORES Sept Lal-Iarpe Sept Cambrmdge Oct Oct Oct Oct Oct Nov Orron A1Wood Cambr1dge Wmola Reynolds Sherra rd Won by forfelt Atkuqson W1111amsf1e1d Wlnola 8 Atkmnson 5 Sherrard Reynolds W1111amsf1e1d Or1on '4'Non Conference Game ANDERSON Sf BLOOMBERG BARTON'S BODY SHOP Woodhull Alpha 53 CORNBELT CONFERENCE STANDINGS OOO 57 7 4 573 42 Z8 4 000 Q . 5 , .7 Q KJ' il, . A1Wood Opp. TEAM W L PCT. . 17 HY 19 Z5 ' 7 0 1. . 24 ' T 25 6 6 1 .8 . 1 ' T 45 O ' 5 Z . 1 . ' H 27 6 ' 4 3 . . 1 T 6 0 3 4 . 9 . Z2 T 33 0 Z 5 . 6 . 29 ' ' ' H ' ' 1 6 .1 3 . 5 ' H 6 20 ' ' ' O 7 . ' 4 E I jkp Dexxayne Ikiignu on H45 Herman Beck I c T J1IT1 Bergstrom Dave Robnrts Paul Kronstel Jerry Krueger lxri 1 Run Mclioxx ""'hx Ke1th Erlanoson Roscoe Lowerv Y B111 Taylor Bruce Anderson ALPHA ELECTRIC 21 HARDWARE CO Floyd Krueger Propr J, ' 1 f f M ,, .. V V , A' . , Q - "A' ,L .Imik ' ? ry , 6 1' . A E' r e QA is g N K wffjr ' I W ' . FHS' it Li 'E C' src 'N ' , 'c-11 , S 9 I ? 11 fp U 1 A A U ff f I I . if M, A I ' I 41 , b ,K ,, , wr It I ' IJLTIO 'Ai Ro W lllglt -' Dale W 1116-tt Hdrrx Ldrlbon Jerry Mavo Harold Caulkuus ?"'?' Rxch Bloom JCFXH uwx Sw ln on C hrm Wmd Gary Lee LeRox Cathcart John Band Comphmentb of DR VN M 'NEWTOIN Alpha VARSITY Marsha Kingery, Marcia Rehn Wanda Nimrick, Ardith Elliot FOOTBALL Marsha Kmgery MBICIB Rehn Wanda Nrmrxck Ardlth E1l1ot v""' I JUNIOR VARSITY Judy Taylor, Barbara Lee, Judy Kingery MANAGERS Charles Underwood Jxm Drffenbaugh John Thulm 'I WAYNE LUTRELL WOODHULL RECREATION Alpha Whrtcomb gl Whltcomb Woodhull y 05005. SPX' U0 4.5 9 ' if ll X rar y,WU Y 3 3400 lnlw Fo My 0 XS , ffl, fo E 4 0 ' J .ml 1 'u V ff ' J-'J I-0 F: 3 ,q I W VARSITY RESERVES X13 fx , FIRST ROW: J, Perry, H, Beck, B, Krueger, H. Caulkins, D, Barton B, Frantz, SECOND ROW: I, Thulin, R, Willett, P. Kronsted, Coach Behnke, B, Morland, R Harroun, M, Setterdahl, C Underwood, FIRST ROW: G, Kapple, B. Anderson, J. Krueger, M, Voss, SECOND ROWg G. Wind, R. Lowery, J, Anderson, B, Doxsee, D. Jordan, Coach Behnke, yy" fp-WUO0 wa 0100 ' 0 'IU ,wood 5 X p,X.W O05 F mnwn M -Lwaal R 1 ' ' 1 ' ! :HUT :dw Ill? Bill Krueger Lk .F L , ,H ..- ,,.J B Harold Caulkins I Dave Barton 'V 5 11. u, ' vw f"N Gary Lee FI..EHARTY'S FOOD MARKET Alpha, Illinois -XT Jack Perry 1 q , 1 T, , J A Herman Beck : :Lu-: " i 1 , 2 Q Y TTT' I . .. .4 1 i 1 1 1. ip 5 J 3:4 5 ' Bill Frantz. VB l Roy Willett Marvin Setterdahl SE ' X' ,ru ,X 'UI'-1' 511,215 1 , . 1:11 A . ' B111 Morland Leland Peterson ALPHA T. V. AND RADIO Bas1l Jordan Alpha Paul Kronsted .W----i H ge, 5 Ronald Harroun Zmketfad Dennis Whimpey Dan Hegwood 1954-55 VARSITY BASKETBALL SEASON RECORD Rev. Sharp Louis Browning 1954-55 JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL SEASON RECORD Alwood 47 Knoxville 56 Al Wood 42 Knoxville 75 'Alwood 50 Cambridge 77 'Alwood 45 Cambridge 47 'Alwood 66 Atkinson 68 'Alwood 37 Atkinson 40 'AlWood 50 Winola 49 'Alwood 56 Winola 20 'Alwood 61 Sherrard 58 'Al Wood 64 Sherrard 39 'Alwood 64 Reynolds 56 'Alwood 55 Reynolds 45 'Alwood 68 Winola 56 'AlWood 50 Winola 51 'Alwood 74 Williamsfield 72 'AlWood 55 Williamsfield 33 'Alwood 49 Orion 66 'Alwood 34 Orion 68 AlW0od 69 .Toy 76 AlWood 44 Joy 55 'Alwood 76 Cambridge 84 'Alwood 40 Cambridge 62 AlWood 68 ROVA 81 A1Wood 31 ROVA 44 'Alwood 64 Atkinson 49 'Alwood 56 Atkinson 46 Alwood 62 Aledo 76 Alwood 62 Aledo 63 'Alwood 65 Sherrard 41 'Alwood 78 Sherrard 39 'AlWood 57 Reynolds 62 'Alwood 73 Reynolds 53 'Alwood 57 Williamsfield 34 'AlWood 69 Williamsfield 55 Alwood 57 Joy 71 Alwood 38 Joy 45 'Alwood 44 Orion 65 'Alwood 42 Orion 51 Alwood 36 Knoxville 40 Alwood 52 Knoxville 74 'Denotes Conference Games CORNBELT CONFERENCE DISTRICT TOURNAMENT TOURNAMENT Alwood 62 Little York 43 Alwood 75 Williamsfield Alwood 70 Keithsburg 68 Alwood 48 Orion Alwood 52 Sherrard REGIONAL TOURNAMENT ALEDO INVITATIONAL Alwood 60 Sherrard 59 TOURNAMENT Alwood 68 Joy 72 Alwood 67 New Boston Alwood 44 Keithsburg VARSITY BASKETBALL DATA INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS Player Games S. A. S. M Shooting FTA F. T. F. T. P. F. T. P. Av, Pts Ula 7 Made 7a Per G. Krueger 29 183 239' 35910 222' 150' 67'Io' 95 628' 22, 7 Lee 28 345 132' 3870 93' 62' 671 49 326' 11, 7 Caulkins 29 333 132' 4070 120' 49' 4171 84 313' 10. 7 Perry 29 183 65 361: 90' 43' 48'k' 81 173' 6. 0 Barton 29 110 33' 3071: 10'7' 67' 62'1o 66 133' 4, 6 Beck 21 81 22 2770 51' 23 45410 34 67' 3. 2 B. Anderson 10 58 18 31711 9 6 67'Ia 22 42' 4. 2 Frantz 9 23 8 349k 6 2 33"lo' 8 18' 2, 0 J. Anderson 6 15 7 4070 6 2 331' 9 16' 2, 7 Setterdahl 3 4 2 som 3 2 661' 2 6' 2, 0 Wind 2 5 1 2071: 6 2 3310 6 4' 2, 0 wiuen 1 2 0 Wk 2 2 1001- o 2' 2. o Lowery 2 6 o 017, 2 1 5011. 1 1' 0. 5 Lowery 1 1 o 010 2 1 505 o 1' 1. o Kronxted 2 5 0 01: 1 0 Glo 2 0 O, 0 I. Krueger 1 0 0 01: 1 0 01: 0 0 0, 0 HORNER AND LOWERY Woodhull, Illinois ' ae ?Za,g SEATED B111 Krueger Cynthia Fleharty Rxchard Bloomberg, Carol Luton, Carolee Murdock, Marv1n Palm, Ruby McDowell STANDING Paul Kronsted, B111 Frantz John Thulm., Janet Holmes Jack Perry Wanda Nxm rick, hm Bergstrom and Lucllle Lundblad Barbara Swlhart was absent when the PICUIIC was taken "Where's the F1re " a three act comedy was presented at Woodh 1 Apr11 20th and at Alpha Apr11 22nd The play was d1rected by M1ss Becker Spec1a1 numbers were presented between acts CAST Grandma Carter w1th a sharp tongue but a k1nd heart Ruby McDowell and Carolee Murdock Sylpha Nesb1tt her ne1ghbor Janet Holmes and Luc111e Lundblad Joan Carter a sweet attract1ve g1r1 Barbara Sw1hart and Cynth1a Fleharty Herbert Carter "a f1rebug "a boy of m1dd1e age B111 Frantz and Marv1n Palm John Sm Grandma's myster1ous roomer B111 Krueger and R1chard Bloomberg Hazel T11dy a teenage nu1sance Carol L1tton and Wanda N1mr1ck B111 Harr1son who hasn't got around to proposmg to Joan Paul Kron sted and Jack Perry the e1ectr1c1an who never speaks John Thu11n J1m Bergstrom J1m D1ffenbaugh and George Bloomberg 61 . .... ' I I 0 ' D I U . . . . 11 1, , . . . . ' D ! I I 1 I I I . . D . ,, I I I . ,, . . n . , , 1th, 1 3 I i . Z a 2 ' ! I I ! I ' ,lumi- 'X n9""' I . U 1.1. The junior-senior prom and the senior trip were two events that highlighted the last month of school for the class of '55, On the evening of May 6, the faculty, students, and their guests at- tended A.lWood's Seventh Annual Prom. An elaborately decorated gymnasium carried out the theme, "Moonlight and Roses." Fol- lowing the banquet and program there was dancing to the music of Gordon's Melody Makers. Thirty-six seniors, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Edward Swanson and Mr. Louis Browning, journeyed to Chicago on May 25 for a two-day visit to the "Windy City. " A tour of Midway Air- port, a trip to Riverview Amusement Park, dancing at the Aragon Ballroom, and Cinerama were included in this educational trip. P ,1 st- Q33 C qi ,L I NF' '31-.. ---mf bm -7755 'Vi ' :rj 1 2. In v David Barton Class Motto Marian Leafgreen Herman Beck "EVER ONWA.RD" Carol Litton Jim Bergstrom Marlene Lucas George Bloomberg Class Colors Lucille Lundblad Richard Bloomberg GREEN AND WHITE Ruby McDowell Janice Bodeen Bill Morland Doris Carlson Flower Carolee Murdock Harry Carlson TEA ROSE Wanda Nimrick Philip Cathcart Joyce Ossian Harold Caulkins Marvin Palm James Diffenbaugh Jack Perry Shirley Doubler Leland Peterson Cynthia Fleharty Marcia Rehn Bill Frantz Dolly Spivey Phyllis Gardner Barbara Swihart Janet Holmes John Thulin Gayle Johnson Charles Underwood Paul Kronsted Betty Wadham Bill Krueger Jewneel Walker Leroy Willett sig I 'F 4 Q iw O' il ,fi 1-Q. .21""'-......."" ' A .3155 ' :iff gg K ' s K fo I A 'L I ' 8 eacafz 6Za44.7Wc!Z A class of many talents 1S the Class of '55 And thru th1s w1ll and testament, our memory w1ll stay a11ve To that happy group of Junlors who step up to our spot To try to f1l1 the assets of our snappy l1tt1e lot Before we start the g1ve away we want to thank the staff To the AHS faculty we d1rect th1S epltaph May you rest 1n peace, you weary souls for though you sm1le to see us o The last laugh's w1th us, for another class on your shoulders we bestow Thanks too, to our super1ntendent our pr1nc1pal Ch1ef Mate For the1r pat1ence fand the1r sympathyll when we Sklpped or came 1n late The golden throat of Carol to Frances we pass on Wh1le Roberts gets the sport1ng sk11l of Krueger our Sen1or amazon Perry, Barton Caulkms and Beck leave beh1nd th1S 11ttle threat That next year's team whatever the sport should str1ve for the records we set Janet Luc1lle, and Marc1a stack the1r bra1ns 1n one b1g pxle To ra1se the Jun1or's records 1U the scholastlc f1le Those shy guys Palm and George plus Johnson Leave reserved and qu1et att1tudes to Norberg and Swanson D1ffenbaugh leaves h1s lanky frame to Evrard and Erlandson, who can match lt Wh1le W1llett and R1ch g1Ve the1r track ab1l1ty to any who can catch lt Pepsodent sm1le" Dor1s g1VeS her pearls to any o Who needs to sm1le and to have a lot of fun From Thul1n to Harroun goes the help the teams need Wh1le to Taylor goes Bergstrom's dr1v1ng and speed Cynthla g1ves the p1n for "clothes" to that Jun1or Barb Lee Wh1le Setterdahl takes It for the boys from Harry tall and free To Neer and those who chance to use lt the1r teachers to astound Mar and Wanda leave cheer1ng to Barb and Jo To lead the Aces as they ever onward go Jan1ce gets the sm1le that Jewneel and Sh1rley are g1v1ng out Wh1le our own Joyce OSSIHH leaves draw1ngs to any art1sts about Carolee and Luc1lle refuse to part Wlth B111 and J1m, the1r men But they hear the boys are f1ckle so they plan to bu1ld a pen From Barb and Dolly personahty Leone and Sue w1ll take And Cathcart depos1ts h1S sleep1ness on W1llett who can not stay awake Jan1ce Mar1an Joyce and Carolee the one man" gals of the class GIVE the1r trueness to Sharon McMeekan and any other fa1thful lass Betty g1VeS her smallness to Lo1s the Jun1or tot Wh1le Luc1lle gets Cynth1a's pO1Se, of wh1ch she has a lot B111 lends h1s pres1dency to Denn1s, to whom h1gh honors w1ll fly Paul leaves h1S b1g bass to Scott, a happy guy Ruby Janet Palm among the stars of the Sen1or Class play Leave the1r vacanczes to be ful.f1lled by new stars of a future day Bonn1e gets the cheerfulness that Phy111s now has And Marlene g1VeS to Sandra her ab111ty to Jazz Leland passes along h1s fun To guys l1ke Plunkett and Magnusson We gals w1ll the charm of our dev1l1sh, good loolung guys to Frenell Malcolm Ba1rd and Brown who W111 str1ve to be Just as W1Se We've gone through all the talents of the members of our class Above our 11St of genluses no others can surpass We th1nk we re 'bout the greatest bunch that's gone through AHS But elders seem to shake the1r heads and say 'Just 11ke the rest' 68 g I D ' S ' , ' g . I . 3 . . I . I I , . , 1 3 I J 1 ,, . . . ne 3 . . , . Morland and Underwood leave all their fooling 'round , . ! . . . . . , , . J , . . . ,I - I I 3 3 I , . I l I 9 I 3 . Q I 3 I . I I . ' l ' P I u ' l 3 ' I ' II , . 'jill YEARIOOKS Q19 AM .H 3 'I I 1 L 1 f L li.. Q 15 3. p C 1 0 . K X .


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