Alwood High School - Alwood Album Yearbook (Woodhull, IL)
- Class of 1956
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Text from Pages 1 - 80 of the 1956 volume:
ALWOOD SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
We the sen1ors of 1956 ded1cate th1s annual to Mr
Brownmg 1n apprec1at1on of h1s smcere and pat1ent
teachmg durmg our three years of semor h1gh school
Society and Administration
dJerry Mason H H
IN THE MAKING
The "Album" staff has been busy ever
since the first day of school planning and
preparing this 1956 yearbook, They be-
came salesmen, actors and actresses,
photographers, editors, business managers,
artists, and statisticians as the needs arose,
Their aim has been to present in the
"Album" the people and events which have
made this year of '55-'56 one to be remember
ed by students and friends of AlWood High
Sandra, Barbara, Lucille, and Leone working
Dennis Whimpey, Co-Editor Sandra Johnson, Co-Editor
Compliments of Compliments of
BUBAN'S DRUG STORE 3 SHROYER MOTOR SALES
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Curtis Walsten, President
1 , Benjamin Downs
HORNER 8: LOWERY
Woodhull John Weech, Secretary
DON MD E . MET LGER
LOUXS BROWNXNG DOROTYXEA BECXCEYL
Science Enggisn XXX and W , Latin
YW SW ANSON
KOYYXCK C1 3
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EU GENE BEHNXCE
Coach, Advanced Maxh. , Hom
Economics Scnoox Nurse
DR. Hpllllfnents of
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English II, Gir1s'P,E,
M . D. HAINL
DONALDE METZGER E E FISCHER
WEIR gl HAZELRIGG E
Bu11d1ng and Cons truc t1on
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LOOKING AHEAD .
The AlWood School District was established July 1 1948 Since
that time there has been a continual growth in enrollment of our school
population As a result of a thorough study by the Board of Education
and the Citizens' Committee biulding plans for a new high school
Since it is the responsibility of the people to provide educational
facilities for their youth the people 1n the AlWood School District
have given ample evidence of their interest by authorizing the build
ing of a new high school
The students and faculty are looking forward to the completion of
the new building with a feeling of great pride and with deep appreciation
to the citizens of the AlWood School District for their devoted 1nterest
in providing these facilities
E E Fischer
Superintendent of Schools
It 1S very gratifying to be associated with a school that is growing
pass its own past achievements
In a short t1rne the AlWood High School will find itself housed in a
new building fitted out with the latest and best equipment designed to
carry on educational activities All the fine buildings and equipment
ever created however will not make a really fine school without a
student body which will strive to make itself worthy of such an environ
ment It 1B up to the students to match this physical plant with a vigorous
determined resolve that they will never be satisfied with poor shoddy
effort but will throw themselves into all school activities curricular
and extra curricular in such a manner that no doubt will remain that
they are doing their very best
If this spirit of high level achievement is maintained in our student
body the communities supporting our high school will feel amply well
pa1d for the expenditures that they have made in their effort to provide
the boys and girls of AlWood with adequate educational facilities
and giving every promise of developing into an institution that will sur-
H1ram Hambleton A1v1n Trrgg
LEFT TO RIGHT Harry Becker A1 Mason fmechanlcj Asa McFar11n Grace BHS
Howard Lxke Leonard Hazelngg Logan SIICIS Juhus Anderson substitute
Bernard O Deay John Bubon John Epperson
NOT PICTURED Byron Weu: Louls Browmng Qsubstltutej NOT PICTURED
Comphments of Comphments of
KEWANEE COCA COLA BOTTLING COMPANY ALEXANDER LUMBER COMPANY
, y AND
Unite With Seniors
Patronize them They have helped us financially to publish the Album
ACE'S BARBER SHOP
ALEXANDER LUMBER CO
ALPHA ELECTRIC 81 HARDWARE CO
ALPHA GREENHOUSE-RUTLEDGE FLORIST
ALPHA LIVESTOCK MARKET
ALPHA OIL COMPANY
ALPHA PIANO STORE
ALPHA T V AND RADIO
ANDERSON REXALL STORE
ARLINE'S MILK BAR
BARLOW'SI G A MARKET
BARTON BODY SHOP
BROWN LYNCH SCOTT
BROWN SPECIALTY CO
BUBON'S SERVICE STATION
THE CORNER STORE
COWSER 8: JOHNSON
BILL CRAYCRAFT Insurance
LLOYD C EPPERSON
WAYNE F FALLINE Standard Serv1ce
FARMER'S STATE BANK
BILL FINDLAY JOSTEN'S
FLEHARTY'S FOOD MARKET
LYMAN GUSTUS Real Estate
STANLEY HERSTROM Truc mg
HI'S ROLLER RINK
HORNER 8: LOWERY
HOWE ANDERSON BAKERY
HUGHES BEAUTY SHOP
JOHNSON HARDWARE 81 ELECTRIC
JOHNSON LUMBER Sz BUILDING SUPPLY
KELLY BARBER SHOP
KEWANEE COCA COLA BOTTLING .
LOWERY S MARKET
LUALLEN MOTOR SALES
MANNINGS' MIDWAY STATION
MARIE'S BEAUTY SHOP
C E MCLAUGHLIN ATTORNEY
W J NELSON 8: SONS
DR W M NEWTON
O'DEAY'S FOOD MARKET
OPHIEM GRAIN CO
PETERSON WALLIN KNOX
DR H N PICARD
RAY ANDERSON CLEANERS
SAMTONE SERVICE CO
ROBERT H SHERRARD
STANDARD SERVICE STATION Alpha
SWANSON AND SONS Woodhull
TAYLOR AND JOHNSON
TEXACO SERVICE STATION Alpha
DR J V WAITKUNAS
WAYNE'S FRIENDLY MOBILGAS
WEIR AND HAZELRIGG fBu1ld1ngJ
WOOLLEY S WOOD AND CABINET SHOP
WOODHULL CO OP GRAIN CO
WOODHULL MOTOR CO
To everyone who has amded ln the productwn of th1s Yearbook we extend smcere thanks
Members of the faculty and adrrnmstratxon bus1nessmen of the commurnty and the school
board have shown the1r mterest 1n thts proJect by thexr cooperatmon We also w1sh to thank
Mr Lenox our photographer who has contmbuted many xdeas and has made many specmal
tr1ps out here to photograph our act1v1t1es
SENIOR CLASS OF 1956
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ROW I Dorothy Setterdahl Janet Holmes Shrrley Jones Carol Horner ROW II Barbara Johnson Ardlth
Ellrott Ruth Nelson Jean Hughes Judy Rhodenbaugh Sandra Johnson Suzanne Pople Barbara Lee ROW
III John Barrd Dennis Whtmpey Richard McDowell Jerry Mason Bruce Anderson Davxd Roberts Bill Wrng
John Baud Suzanne Pople Sandra Johnson Dennrs Whrmpey
Treasurer Secretary Presrdent Vice Presrdent
This year, under the sponsorship of
School was granted a charter for a chap
ter of the National Honor Society The
members of this society are selected by
the teachers on the basis of scholarship
service leadership and character
This year our Honor Society served
and in future years we hope it will serve,
as a goal for AlWood students and an in
centive for better schoolwork and more
participation in school activities
The faculty sponsors for this organi
zation are Mrs Swanson and Mr Behnke
Compliments of Compliments of
FLEHARTY'S FOOD MARKET WOODHULL MOTOR COMPANY
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the Student Council A1Wood Senior High
Th1s year Suzanne Pople had the honor of
belng chosen to represent the AlWood Sen1or
H1gh School as the w1nner of the Daughters of
the Ame r1can ReVO1Ut1OH Award Po1nts con
sldered 1n maklng the select1on were depend
ab1l1ty servlce leadersh1p and unself1sh
loyalty to Amer1can 1deals
Suzanne has been an honor student and
has engaged 1n many extra curr1cular
act1v1t1es 1nclud1ng band chorus and g1rls
ensemble She has been a member of F H A
G A A and Pep Club and has held local and
sect1on F H A off1ces She has been on the
school paper and yearbook staff and was queen
attendant She was 1n the Jumor class play
has held a class offlce and has been on the
At the present t1me Suzanne plans to con
t1nue her educat1on at Western Ill1no1s State
Senlor Class Officers
Barb Lee John Baud Sandra Johnson Lucllle Granger Davld Roberts Suzanne Pople
Student Councxl Secretary Treasurer Presrdent Reporter Student Councrl Vxce Presrdent
C0mP11ment5 Of Comphments of
ARI.-INE'S MILK BAR BROWN LYNCH SCOTT
W00dh1111 16 Theo. B. Johnston, Propr,
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" 'Well, let me think', , , bashful, ,
the Jones boy,"
Basketball 1,25 Football lg Band 1,
"He who's tall sees all. . . gentlemen prefer blondes, , ,lonesomel , ,
always cooperative, , ,good judgment and common sense,"
Football 1, 3,45 Basketball 1,25 Track l,2, 35 Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3,
45 Boys Chorus 1, 2, 3, 45 Boys Quartet 3,45 Chorus Treasurer 45 Class
Vice-President 35 Class Secretary-Treasurer 45 Pep Club 25 Annual
Staff 45 Newspaper Staff 15 Class Play 3,
" 'Clover'. . . many small make a great, , , good things
come in small packages, , , chores are my hobbies, , ,
oh, that gal,"
Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3,45 Girls Chorus 3,45 Sextet 35
F, lI,A. 1,2, 3, 45 G.A, A, 3,45 Pep Club 3, 45 F,T,A
Reporter 25 Annual Staff 45 Student Librarian 45 Class
"Fu1l of pep, , , busy school girl, , , blooming, fresh,
and gay, , , catsl I ! , , , red Chevy, , ,speed is what
counts, , , 'Where, oh where, is Lucille, my shadow?',
Mixed Chorus 1, 25 Girls Chorus 1, 25 Band 1,2, 3,45
F. H, A, 1, 2, 45 G, A, A, 2, 3, 45 G, A, A, Reporter 35
Pep Club 2, 3,45 Pep Club Reporter 45 Annual Staff 45
Newspaper Staff 1,45 Class Play 3,
"Unpredictable, , , professor, , , quick with the answers, , ,he will go
far, , , Einstein himself, , , Liberace, , , 'King of the Ivories, "'
Mixed Chorus, Boys Chorus, Girls Chorus, Ensemble Accompanist 1,
2, 3, 45 Chorus Festival Accompanist 2, 3, 45 Chorus Secretary 45 Band
1, 2, 3, 45 Class President 35 Student Council 2, 3, 45 Student Council
President 45 Annual staff 3,45 Annual Co-Editor 45 Newspaper Staff
1, 25 Newspaper Editor 15 Magazine Campaign Manager 15 Athletic
Manager 15 Athletic Statistician 2, 3,45 Class Play 3,
Compliments of LENOX STUDIO, Moline, Illinois
"Athletic. . . with wings on his feet, , , stand aside for progress, , ,
speedy, quiet, but OH! . . , 'If You Knew Suzie'. ..ta1l, dark, and
Football 1, 2, 3,45 Football Co-Captain 45 Basketball 1,25 Track 1,
2, 35 Class President 15 Class Vice-President 25 Student Council 45
F,F,A, 1,2, 3,45 F,F,A, Treasurer 25 F,F, A, Secretary 35 F.F.A.
President 45 Section 3 F, F, A, Vice-President 45 Member of F, F, A,
State Association 45 King Attendant 2,3, 45 King 1,
"Sweet, . . Hue-blue, , , a smile for everyone, , , going
steady, , , 'Ain't love grand? '. . . coed, , , teacher, , ,
Mixed Chorus 1,2, 45 Girls Chorus 1, 2, 45 Girls En-
semble 25 Chorus President 45 Band 1,2, 3,45 Class
Vice-President 45 Student Council 35 F, H,A, 1, 2, 3,
45 F,H, A, Historian 35 F,H,A, Vice-President 45
Section 10 F,H,A, Recreation Chairman 2, 35 G, A, A,
45 Pep Club 2, 45 Annual Staff 45 Newspaper Staff 15
Queen Attendant 45 Class Play 3,
" 'Just let me rest', , ,the quiet type
, , ,he takes life easy, ,,hurrying is
against his will power, , , dynamite
comes in small packages, "
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Captain 45 Basketball 1, 2, 35
Track 1, 3,
"Little breeze. . .mommy's little helper, , , service
with a smile, , ,friend1y, , ,capable and captivating,"
Mixed Chorus 1,25 Girls Chorus 1,25 Class Reporter
35 Class President 45 Student Council 2, 3, 45 Student
Council Secretary-Treasurer 45 F,l-l,A, 1, 2, 3,45
F, H,A, Vice-President 15 F.H,A, Chairman of Public
Relations 35 Section 10 F,H,A, Treasurer 3,45 G,A,A,
2, 3,45 G,A,A, Secretary 35 Pep Club 2,45 Annual
staff 3,45 Annual Co-Editor 45 Newspaper staff 1,45
Athletic Banquet Co-Chairman 2, 35 Queen Attendant
3,45 Class Play 3,
, " 'Any gum, chum?'.,.. 'Give me something to chew',, ,crew cut, ,,
c level-headed, , ,flat-top, , , that study hall guy, , , 'Loafing is so
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Football 3, 45 Track 1, 2, 3,
Compliments of Compliments of
STANDARD SERVICE AND GARAGE 18 J'OHNSON'S HARDWARE AND ELECTRIC
Clarence and Mary Luallen Alpha Woodhull
"Likeable, , , tall, dark, and handsome, , ,built like a rock, ,,rough
and tough, , ,loyal to all, "
Football 1,2, 3, 4, Football Co-Captain 4, Football All-Conference
Tackle 4, Basketball 1, Track 1,2, 3, F,F,A, 1,2, 3,4, F,F,A,
Reporter 4, Newspaper Staff 1, King Attendant 3, King 4, Class Play 3,
l.Ucll.l.s GRANGER A L
"Don't disturb -- deep in thought, , ,never a dull , , A ' I 'V
moment, , , always talking, , ,five feet two?, , ,tall I ' N, J ' it,
gal, , ,me and my accordion, " 2 f1g,epgg5,,j1 f' A '
Mixed Chorus l,2,3, 4, Girls Chorus 1,2,a,4, Octet ' ' lf
1,2, Sextet 3,4, Mixed Double Quartet 3, Chorus J l
Reporter 4, Class Reporner 4, F,H,A, 1, 2, 3,4, n ot
G,A, A, 3, 4, Pep Club 2, 3, 4, Annual Staff 4, News- A A,
paper Staff 1,4, Class Play 3, ' 2 Q 5
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RUSSELL swANsoN ' XX-i,s1"'N '
" 'Who, me? '. . .hot-rod king, , ,
cowboy guy, , , 'Goose', , . never
give up, , , work is too much trouble gr 4
, , , tall, tough, talkative,"
Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2,
Track 1,2, 3, F,F,A, 1,2,3,4,
F.F,A, Reporter 2, F,F,A,
Sentinel 4, Annual staff 4, Play
"Oh, so nice, , , wow! I, , ,happy-go-lucky, , , love,
Mixed Chorus 1,2, 4, Girls Chorus 1, 2,4, Octet 1,2,
Chorus Vice-President 4, Class Secretary 1, Class
Secretary 3, Student Council 1,4, Student Council
President 1, F, H, A, 1, 2, 3, 4, F, l-LA. Recreation
Chairman 1, F,H, A, Parliamentarian 3, G,A,A, 2
3,4, G,A,A, Secretary 2, G,A,A, Treasurer 3,
G, A, A, President 4, Pep Club 2, 3,4, Pep Club
Parliamentarian 3, Annual staff 4, Newspaper Staff
1,4, Newspaper Editor 4, Band Majorette 2, 3, Cheer-
leader l, 2, 3, 4, Queen Attendant 1, Queen 4, Class
"Hot-rod, , , whitey, , , motorcycle boots, . , the more the merrier, , ,
'Studying is such sweet sorrow', , ,always attentive. , , 'Silence is
golden ', " ,J
Football 1,2,a,4, Basketball 1, F,r,A, 1,2,3,4, F,F,A, Sentinel 2,
Compliments of Compliments of
SAMTONE SERVICE COMPANY 19 C.E. MCLAUGHLIN, Attorney
Alpha ' Alpha
"Rough and ready, , ,with a dizzy little curl, , . 'I'll help', , ,little
big wheel, , , powerflite with overdrive. . .Ronieo, , ,crazy over
I someone, , , school is such a bother, "
.Q . Football 1, 2, 3, Basketball 1g Track 1,2, 3, Class Treasurer 2,
Student Council 3g F, F, A, 1, 2, 3, 4, F, F, A, President 1: F. F. A.
A T Secretary 2,
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"Farm boy. . . Shy but nice, , ,in his own quiet way,
hard-working, , , 'Give Me Land, Lots of Land', , , a
Football 1, Basketball 1,2, 3,4g Track lg Band 1,2,
3, 4, F, F, A, 1, 2, 3, 4, F, F, A, Treasurer 4, Annual
"Little hillbilly gal, , ,Rover,
waitress, , , a real worker,"
Mixed Chorus 1,25 F,H, A, 1-
Newspaper Staff 1,4g Student
, Librarian 3,4g Class Play 3,
"Curls, , ,eligible bachelor, , ,likes the girls. . . so
calm and collected, , ,Farmer Brown, , , 'I have a
question ! ' "
1 Basketball 2, Band 1,2, 3,4g Annual Staff 4g News-
paper staff 4, Class Play 3,
"Limpy, , , two-gun, , , sick of school, , , never here, never there,
where? , , , cowboy, , , horse sense, "
X Football 1,45 Basketball 1,23 Track lg Class Secretary 1, 2, Student
Council lg F,F,A, 1,2, 3,45 Annual Staff 4,
Compliments of Compliments of
STANLEY HERNSTROM Z0 OPI-IIEM GRAIN CO.
Alpha Nelson Gustus, Mgr. Ophiem
"'O Sol Mio'. . .quite a voice, . . 'Iulius'. . . 'Caruso'
. . .our second Perry Como. . . eligible. "
Mixed Chorus 1,2,3,4g Boys Chorus l,2,3,4g Boys
Quartet 3,4g Double Mixed Quartet 3: Pep Club 2g
Annual Staff 45 Newspaper Staff 1.4: Athletic Mana-
ger lg Student Librarian 3,45 Class Play 3,
"'Who studies?'. . . juvenile. . .real gone. . .someone
say playtime. . .the silent one??. . .talking is his
Track 33 Mixed Chorus 4g F,F,A, lg Athletic Mana-
"Quiet and shy. . .loyal to his studies. . . 'Silence is
golden'. . . what a delightful difference. . .hidden
talent. . . 'Still waters run deep'. "
'Navy man. . . 'Join the Navy and see the world'. . .
big ideas. . . experienced. . . a real mixer. . . big
bundle of stored energy. "
Basketball 2g Band 1,2,3p Rifle Club 1,23 Tri-Mic
2.3.45 Pep Club 1,2,3g Newspaper Staff 3.4.
TAYLOR AND JOHNSON Compliments of
Dealers in Farm Equipment 21 ACE'S BARBER SHOP
SENIOR CLASS PLAY
SEATED Eugene Malcolm Lo1s Peterson Lucille Granger leone Charlson Sandra Johnson Barbara Lee Suzanne Pople STANDING
B111 Taylor Donald Norberg Denms Whlmpey Dewayne Magnuson Raymond Brown Davrd Roberts John Balrd Frances Wells was
absent when the plcture was taken
Penelope Upd1ke, the k1d s1ster Lo1s Peterson Wally Upd1ke a would be playwr1ght Dennls
Wh1mpey Mrs Upd1ke, around 40 Sandra Johnson Lors Upd1ke a dramat1c 16 Suzanne Pop
le Bralnstorm HHYTISOH Wally's pal John Balrd H1ppo Sk1dmore a pursuer of cults Gene
Malcolm Jason Shlllworth amb1t1ous promoter Dav1d Roberts and Raymond Brown Off1cer
Qumce of the local polrce Dewayne Magnuson Mrs Baston Gratley dommant guardran of
her n1ece, Barbara Lee Mrs Evangelme Spout a member of the School Board Leone Charl
son Mrs Twrgg, a member of the School Board Frances Wells J J Longgrass from the
Nat1onal ZOOlOg1Cal Soc1ety B111 Taylor and Donald Norberg
SYNOPSIS OF PLAY
for subtle reasons of therr own But Lo1s 1S xnfluenced Dy HIPPO and hrs astrology pred1ct1ons
and at the moment Just doesn't seem 1ncl1ned 1n the rrght d1rect1on Qulte by chance the boys
are able to purchase the Zoozah a creature half human but very monkey l1ke wh1ch reputedly
brmgs 1ts owner good luck They determ1ne to convmce Lo1s that she can't lose w1th such a
creature rn the house But the boys f1nd lt a l1ttle d1ff1cult to keep the an1mal neatly concealed
1n a closet or basement The an1mal's presence must be kept from Mrs Upd1ke who IS expect
1ng callers from the School Board regard1ng a much needed teachlng pos1t1on and who f
course, expects her fam1ly to behave rn a normal fashron
Worse Wally doesn't know h1s g1rl fr1end Elalne, has escaped from her tyrant l1ke guard
1an, and d1sgu1sed herself as the Zoozah It 18 she then, who 15 1n Wally's home actmg 1n such
a s1m1an fash1on In the meantlme, Wally 1n order to excape the pol1ce, also dresses as the
Zoozah Hrs poor frxend Bramstorm fmds h1mself beleaguered w1th what he bel1eves to be
only one Zoozah but one wh1ch seems to be everywhere present
Oddly enough yet happrly we m1ght add these complrcatlons 1ron themselves out 1n the
Compl1ments of Compl1ments of
BILL CRAYCRAFT WAYNE F FALLINE
Insurance Standard Serv1ce
Woodhull 22 woodhuu
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LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT
We the members of the class of 1956 being of sound mind and body do hereby
make and declare this to be our last will and testament to be read on the twentieth
day of April one thousand nine hundred and fifty six
I John Ba1rd will my fondness for blondes to Lawrence Ward
I Raymond Brown will my new Dodge to Bud Doxsee
I Leone Charlson will my long hair brown eyes to Deanna Lambert
Judy Nelson Maxme Carlson and Jean Hughes
Keith Erlandson will my engineer boots to Jerry Mason and R1chard Strandberg
B111 Don Evrard w1ll my "butch' hair cut to Ronald Hayden and Glen Magnuson
Gary Frenell will my trips to New Windsor to Jack Zuidema
Lucille Granger will my tallness to Carol Horner Shirley Jones and Carol
Sandra Johnson will my good grades to Dorothy Setterdahl Ruth Nelson and
I Barbara Lee will by cheerleading ability for next year to Ardith Elliott Judy
K1ngery and Judy Taylor
I Dewayne Magnuson will my ability to play football to Glenn Wind and Jerry
Gene Malcom will my curly hair to Bruce Anderson
Kenneth McDowell will my wordly experience to Glenn Kapple
Jerry Neer will my talkativeness to Monte Voss and Ronnie Lucas
Donald Norberg will my quiet ways to Harold Barton and Evan Melton
Lois Peterson will my shortness to Judy Rhodenbaugh Carolyn Litton and
I Suzanne Pople will my friendliness to Patsy Lucas Laura Franks and Janet
Holmes who already have this
David Roberts will my speed to Gary Lee and Richard McDowell
B111 Scott will my Jewelry store Job to Dennis Jordan
Russell Swanson will my Jive talk to that "cool cat Jim Anderson
Bill Taylor will all my speeding tickets to Roscoe Lowery
Frances Wells will my wa1tress Job to Nancy Page Imogene Vancil and
I Denn1s Whimpey will my ability to play the piano to Leroy Cathcart and
I Dale Willett will my energetic ways to Don McDowell
our faithfull teachers we will
Mrs Anderson all unpaid library fines
Mr Behnke a football team Just as good as this year's
Miss Becker all our unfinished English assignments and book reports
Mr Browning all the broken te st tubes and dissected animals
Miss Snapp all the toys clay books and blocks left from play school
Mrs Swanson all our mistakes in typing and our bookkeeping practice sets
Mr Hamline all the wood shavings and unfishished projects
Mr Geiger all our fertilizer formulas and under fed hogs
Mr Metzger all our unexcused absences and trips to the office
In witness whereof we the said class of '56 have hereto subscribed and affixed
our seal this twentieth day of April one thousand nine hundred and fifty six A D
Signed Class of '56
and all other Little Rascals
HOWE ANDERSON BAKERY
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I have just returned from a tr1p around the Umted States dur1ng wh1ch t1me I v1s1ted
all the members of the Class of 56 and thought you would l1ke to know what each one 1S
do1ng now after twenty years have passed
After 1ncreas1ng h1s fortune a consmderable amount Raymond Brown spends most of h1S
t1me r1d1ng around 1n h1s gold plated Cad1llacs and B1ll Scott recently hav1ng been orda1ned
as a m1n1ster pres1ded over the wedd1ng ceremony wh1ch un1ted MBPVIH Setterdahl and Bar
bara Bo Bo Rockefeller 1n Holy Matr1mony Rumors have It that he marr1ed her for her
money and also that he purchased her three hundred carat d1amond at T1ffany's wh1ch 1S
now owned and operated by Suz1e Pople
After many years of hard study Luc1lle Granger now holds the pos1t1on of Professor
Phys1cal Educat1on at the Un1vers1ty of Alaska at Po1nt Barrow Her a1m 1S to teach her
students not to talk 1n gym class 1f lt takes the rest of her l1fe
For those who are mterested 1n sports John Ba1rd now holds the t1tle of World s Cham
p1on Poker Player after he beat Russ1a's poker player last year 1n the Summer Olymp1cs
I m1ght add that he 1S also lookmg forward to a good year at play1ng poker th1s year and
Donald Norberg has Just s1gned a contract for coachmg the Ch1cago Bears
You rac1ng fans w1ll want to know that Leone Charlson's horse Hot Rod won the b1ll1on
dollar hand1cap race yesterday at Santa An1ta From Santa An1ta I went to Hollywood where I
found that Sandra Johnson m now the owner of the world famous Brown Derby Restaurant and
enterta1ns such stars as Barbara Lee Her husband Dewayne Magnuson IS the dlrector of
her next mov1e "Gone W1th the A1r wh1ch w1ll open at the local theater on January 10 Also
wh1le 1n Hollywood I v1s1ted Dale W1llet who 15 now play1ng the part of Cuffy on the tele
v1s1on ser1es Capta1n Gallant
Next I V1S1ted Russell Swanson and Gary Frenell at the1r one hundred thousand acre
15 1mpat1ently wa1t1ng 1n a hosp1tal wa1t1ng room to be called Papa' for the s1xth t1me
Before returnlng back to Ill1no1s as yet I had not V1S1tCd the Eastern and Southern States
so my f1rst stop was 1D Atlant1c C1ty where the Mr Amer1ca Contest was 1n 1ts f1nal n1ght
and much to my surprlse the person that was chosen for th1s t1tle was Jerry Neer He sa1d
that all he had been do1ng s1nce he graduated from h1gh school was l1ft1ng Welghts and do1ng
exerc1ses and now he has f1nally reached h1s goal
On the next day I went to New York The f1rst day that I was there I went on a pleasure
tr1p to Coney Island and wh1le stroll1ng along I ran r1ght 1nto Frances Wells and after chatt
1ng to her for a few mmutes I found out that she owned a "Foot Long Hot Dog" stand at Coney
Island She also told me that Kenneth McDowell was the VICE Pres1dent of the Standard O11
Company and was res1d1ng 1n one of New York's better penthouses
I left New York the next day bound for the Southern States Wh1le passmg through V1r
g1n1a I d1scovered that Dave Roberts 13 now employed as Arthur Godfrey's personal co p11Ot
New Orleans was my next stop and wh1le danc1ng at the Mard1 Gras I was 1ntroduced to Denn1s
Wh1mpsey and h1s f1ancee I talked to Denn1s for a wh1le and learned that he now holds the t1tle
of The World's Fanc1est Pretzel Tw1ster" and 18 now employed by the "Apex Pretzel Comp
But as always I was even more anxlous to return home to Ill1no1s although some people
w1ll not bel1ve th1s Some of the members of Class of'56 stayed near to thexr old home town
B1ll Evrard f1nally graduated from the Un1vers1ty of Ill1no1s and IS now tak1ng the place
of our former Engl1sh teacher M1ss Becker Gene Malcolm 1S the mam elevator operator m
the Emp1re State Bu1ld1ng wh1ch has recently been transferred to Woodhull by Ke1th Erland
son's Mov1ng Company wh1ch moves any bu1ld1ng "br1ck by br1ck Lo1s Peterson 13 the head
man1cur1st at the Small An1mal Hosp1tal 1n the "roar1ng metropl1s" Oph1em
Complxments of Com
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FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: Carol Horner, Dick Strandberg, Judy Taylor, Judy Kingery, Pat Lucas, Shir-
ley Jones, Don Dahlstrom, Roscoe Iowery, Glenn Kapple, Bruce Anderson, Glenn Magnuson, Carolyn
Litton, Barbara Johnson, Janet Holmes.
Junior Class Play
"A Credit to the Family ", a three act comedy, was presented at Wood
hull, November 16 and at Alpha, November 18. The play was directed by
Miss Becker. Special numbers were presented between acts.
Mrs. Stone: Judy Rhodenbaugh, Carolyn Litton: Mr. Stone: Glenn Magnu
son, Ronald Hayden: Jerry Stone: Jerry Krueger, Roscoe Lowery: Mary
Ann Stone: Ardith Elliott, Carol Horner: Helen Stone: Myra Loveridge,
Barbara Johnson: Trudy Jones: Judy Kingery, Carol Green: Jack: Gary
Lee, Bruce Anderson: Elliott: Laurence Ward, Dick Strandberg: Mary:
Ruth Nelson, Judy Taylor: Jane: Shirley Jones, Dorothy Setterdahl: Jo:
Patsy Lucas, Deanna Lambert: Mrs. Tyson: Jean Hughes, Janet Holmes:
Robert Tyson: Glenn Kapple, Bill Wing: State Trooper: Glenn Wind, Don
FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: Ardith Elliott, Laurence Ward, Ruth Nelson, Carol Green, Deanna Lambert,
Dorothy Setterdahl, Glenn Wind, Jerry Krueger, Bill Wing, Gary Lee, Ronald Hayden, Judy Rhoden-
baugh, Myra loveridge, Jean Hughes.
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DOROTHY MOTT WILUAM MCGAUGHY WALTER MINDER
Sth Grade, 7th Grade, Coach 9th Grade, Science,
9th Grade English Coach, Algebra
ALBERT MILLER ALICE SHETLER ERMA LEE BACON
8th Grade, Coach 'Ith Grade Homemaking, Girls
Compliments of Compliments of
BARLOW'S I. Cr.A. MARKET LLOYD C. EPPERSON
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Junior High Student Council
ROW Ig Nancy Erickson, Nancy Weech, Mary Hughes, Elizabeth
Walsten, Mr. Roberts, Kit O'Deay, Conrad Lundblad, Darwin ..---
Swanson, John Anderson. ROW II: Marilyn Barlow, Karen Swanson,
Carole Diggs, Philip Huff, John Krueger, Roger Sherrard, Ronald
Zuidema. ROW III: Connie Nelson, Karen Kingery, Mary Sherrard.
The freshmen played a five-game football schedule, winning
three games and losing two. They won from Orion by a score of
9 to 0, and from Winola by scores of 26 to O and 39 to 0. They
lost to Atkinson by a score of Z0 to 12 and to Reynolds by a
score of 7 to 0.
Thre freshmen basketball team went undefeated during the
regular season play, winning all ten of the games on their
They lost one game to Canton and won two games from
Knoxville and Abingdon in the invitational tournament in Gales-
burg to take the third place trophy.
During the regular season, Roger Sherrard averaged Z1. 7
points per game, Dean Hanson averaged 14. Z points per game,
and John Krueger averaged 12. 4 points per game.
ROW I: Don Johnson, Jack Lambin, Roger Setterdahl,
David Johnson, Gary Kness, Perry Ossian, Dale Sund-
berg, Dean Hanson, ROW II:'John Krueger, Richard
Maher, Richard Munson, Richard Carlson, Bob Scott, ,O ROW I: Dale Sundberg, Philip Huff, Dean Hanson
David Browning, Roger Sherrard, Philip Huff, Jim is ' Perry Ossian, Roger Sherrard, John Krueger, Bob
Bailey, ROW III: Gene Dollinger, Derrold Mont- Scott, ROW II: Richard Carlson, David Johnson,
gomery, Don Litton, Charles Lenz, Richard Mason, Richard Nystrom, Jim Bailey, Jack Lambin, Gary
Keith Walker, Mr. Minder. t Kness, David Browning.
1' 1 a Coach Minder
Compliments of ,
COWSER ai JOHNSON C0mP11me'1fS of
Bulldozing, Machine Tiling, Disc Plowing 35 BARTON BODY SHOP
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Compliments of Compliments of
ALPHA OIL WAYNE LUTRELL
COMPANY Geerl1ng's Dealer
De rold Montgomery
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EIGHT A, ROW I: Georgia Wells, Shirley Munson, Diane Bodeen, Caroline Pople, Lorene Strange, Bill Simkins, Darwin Swanson,
ROW II: Johnnie Peterson, Ronnie Buban, Judy Cathcart, Pat Clark, Sandra McDowell, Connie llenrikson, Donita Peterson, Marilyn
Barlow, Mike Nelson, Terry Bolin, ROW III: Mr, Miller, Marvin Taylor, Jim Nelson, Robert Litton, Ronnie Zuidema, Jerry Melton
John Wills, Reed Hughes, Rollin Swanson,
BASKETBALL TEAM CHEERLEADERS
ROW I: R, Buban, T,
Strandberg, R, Hughes, B,
Simkins, J, Krueger, D,
Swanson, T, Noy, ROW II:
R, Swanson, S, Descamps,
J. Creek, Mike Nelson, J.
Wills, R. Zuidema, G,
Hammerlund, L, Turner,
EIGHT B, ROW I: Gary Hammerlund, Mike Lowery, Jerry Creek, Rollin Setterdahl, Don Neer, Tommy Noy, Tom Strandberg,
Steven Descamps, Jim Krueger, ROW II: Bobby Pitts, Ellen Lenz, Karolyn Watters, Connie Nelson, Nancy Miller, Nina Rhodenbaugh,
Florence Johnson, Janet McLaughlin, Joan Briggs, John Anderson, ROW III: Miss Mott, Tommy Smith, Susan Johnson, Judy Bowman,
Barbara McCurdy, Alice Vancil, Karen Swanson, Dan Genisio, Harvey Carlson, Lanny Turner,
Compliments of Compliments of
O'DEAY'S FOOD MARKET 38 ALPHA FEED AND FARM SUPPLY
Woodhull Robert H. Sherrard Alpha
SEVEN A, ROW I: Karen Bredberg, Coe Bloomberg, Roger Carlson, Conrad Lundblad, Terry Strandberg, Loretta Johnson, Carol
Munson, Jackie Anderson, ROW II: Ray Ericson, Kit O'Deay, Jim Anderson, Dale Peterson, Alice Fischer, Elizabeth Walsten,
Judy Thayer, Relda Caulkins, Joan Watters, Gaylen Elliott, Paul Strange, ROW III: Mr, McGaughy, Roger Taylor, Doris Wind,
Lenora Drake, Marietta Whimpey, Sally Pople, Barbara Johnson, Randall Batman, Don Johnston, Eddie Larson, Bill Green,
CHEERLEADERS BASKETBALL TEAM
ROW I: E, Larson, C,
Lindsey, J. Browning,
G, Barton, C, Lundblad,
B. Ringberg, P. Slrarlge.
ROW II: R. Taylor, J.
Anderson, K, Johnson,
R, Batman, K, Barman
B, Green, D, Johnston
SEVEN B, ROW I: Lester Zuidema, Tommy Nelson, Mike Roller, Ronnie Horner, Gary Barton, Jim Browning, Carl Carlson,
ROW II: June Erlandson, Mary Sundberg, Betty Metzner, Lorna Bland, Sandra Shattuck, Karen Swanson, Elizabeth Connelly
Norma Brinker, Robert McDowell, Charles Lindsey, Bill Ringberg, ROW III: Mrs, Shetler, Nancy Weech, Nancy Ericson,
Mary Hughes, Shirley Swanson, Carl Johnson, Kenneth Barman, Rhodes Liggett, Archie Samuelson, Kendall Johnson, Jack
Anderson, Linda Holdsworth, Susan Plunkett,
Compliments of Compliments of
OPHIEM GROCERY 39 ALPHA NURSERY
Ophiem, Illinois Alpha, Illinois
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FIRST ROW: Lois Peterson, Shirley Jones, Nancy Bugos, Janet Holmes,
Mrs. Anderson, Ardith Elliott, Carol Horner, Dorothy Lambin,
Carolyn Litton. SECOND ROW: Patsy Lucas, Dorothy Setterdahl,
Judy Taylor, Par Nelson, Helen Wright, Donna Jo Nelson, Shirlene
Taylor, Barbara Elliott, Susan Bell, Deanna Lambert, Janice Sim-
kins. THIRD ROW: Myra loveridge, Janice McCurdy, Judy Kingery,
Jean Hughes, Laura Franks, Carol Green, Ruth Nelson, Barbara John
son, Judy Nelson, Dorothy Vancil, Martha McDowell. FOURTH
ROW: Nancy Page, Imogene Vancil, Beverly Edmund, Suzanne
Pople, Sandra Johnson, Barbara Lee, Lucille Granger, Leone
Charlson, Judy Rhodenbaugh, Maxine Carlson, Judy Ringe
berg, Helen Anderson, Judy Edmund, Joyce Nystrom,
The G. A. A. met once a month with rec-
reation consisting of deck tennis, volley-
ball, baseball, and basketball. Everyone
enjoyed being in this organization and it
was a very successful year. Our advisor
was Mrs. Bernice Anderson.
The money making project for this
year was a pancake supper on November
Denrus Wh1mpey Presldent Mr Metzger, Adv1sor
FIRST ROW Barbara Lee Sandra Johnson Denms Whlmpey Carolyn Luton Judy Klngery Janet Holmes
SECOND ROW Pat Nelson Mr Metzger Dave Roberts Ardlth Ellxot B111 Wlng Duane Bodeen Jerry
Krueger and Jerry Gould
Thls year Denn1s Wh1mpey was elected Pres1dent of the Student
Counc1l the h1ghest honor an AlWood student can rece1ve Other
off1cers were V1ce Pres1dent, B1l1W1ng and Secretary Treasurer,
The COUHC11 act1v1t1es mcluded sponsormg the I-lomecorrung,
present1ng four assembly programs attendmg the D1str1ct and State
Convent1ons, sponsormg a parhamentary procedure class, p1ckmg
up Junk 1n the sprlng part1c1pat1ng ln concess1or1s for football and
basketball and buymg refreshments for the student body at Chr1stmas
and on the last day of school
At the t1me of thls wrxtmg hav1ng exchange assembly programs
w1th other Conference schools 15 be1ng d1scussed
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Hoppy Memories of Homecoming 1955
Mr, XL Mrs. Behnke
Denms 8a Barb
Kmg 8a Queen
G. A. A. Float
V1ce Pre s1dent
Rec reatlon Charrrnar
ROW I Janice Srmkms Ardrrh Ellrott Janet Holmes Barb Lee Suzre Pople LOIS Peterson Patsy Lucas Deanna Lambert Twlla
Taylor Martha McDowell ROW II Nancy Bugos Donna Jo Nelson Joyce Nystrom Judy Edmund Mrs Woodcock Advrsor Carol
Horner, Ruth Nelson, Laura Franks, Judy Nelson, Barbara Johnson, ROW III Dorothy Vancll, Shlrlene Taylor, Barbara Elllott, Helen
Wrrght, Dorothy Lambrn, Susan Bell, Pat Nelson, Beverly Edmund, Judy Rhodenbaugh, Maxlne Carlson, Lucrlle Granger, Leone
Charlson, Sandra Johnson, Carolyn Lrtton, Judy Taylor, Judy Kmgery
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year was "Wh1st1e Wh11e You Work
Mrs Woodcock subst1tute teacher
served as our adv1sor the f1rst three months
and MISS Bonlta Snapp came 1n December M155 BOHIIH SMPP Second Semester
and took over her new dut1es as F H A
Some of our projects and money malung
schemes th1s year were a ch111 supper
Chmstmas dance mothers' tea Daddy
Date N1ght" fr1endsh1p packag1ng fam11y
pot luck and a V1S1t to the Andover Ch11dren's
Home Some of our programs were Teen age
Travel All 1n all we had a very successful
Mrs Marjorre Woodcock Frrst Semester Mrs Dorothy EIIIOII Chapter Mother
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ROW I Duane Bodeen Loren Swrhart Allan Johnson Dale Walsten Rrchard McCurdy Larry Plunkett ROW II Evan Melton
Laurence Ward Gary Lee Glenn Wmd Kerth Erlandson Glenn Magnuson Donald Dahlstrom Mr Gelger ROW III ack
Zurdema Brll Wmg Dave Roberts Dewayne Magnuson Russell Swanson B111 Taylor Gary Frenell
We be11eve 1D the Future of Farm1ng" 1S a part of the F F A
Creed wh1ch our members conslder 1mportant when putt1ng forth
efforts to develop var1ous Sk111S 111 farm1ng and leadershmp abrhty
wh1ch w1ll enable them to do a good Job of farmlng and 1n turn w111
prov1de a sat1sfactory 11Ve11h00d for them 1U the years to come
By hav1ng good strong project programs and part1c1pat1ng 1n the
many contests to promote 1eadersh1p exper1ence, our members
hope to estabhsh themselves as leaders 1n the1r commurutres and
as operators of farmrng programs that w1ll prov1de satrsfactory
mcornes as rewards for the1r efforts
DeKalb Award Wmner
Awarded to semor wrth the most outstandmg record ln leadershrp
scholarship and project work
Davld Roberts hold the State Farmer Degree IS State V1ce Presldent
presrdent of the local chapter and has held the offlce of secretary and
treasurer rn past years He ranks third ID hrs class scholastxcally Hrs project
program consrsts of s1x purebred spotted Poland Chma sows four purebred
Angus cows four Hereford steers and he farms 109 acres ln partnershlp wrth
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Glenn Wind, Vice-President Russell Swanson, Sentinel
Bill Wing, Secretary Dewayne Magnuson, Reporter
Richard Geiger, Advisor
SOIL CONSERVATION TEAM:
ROW I: John Hougland, Allan Johnson,
Larry Plunkett. ROW II: Loren Swihart,
Dale Walsten, Duane Bodeen,
In their third year of existence AlWood's Pep Club has proved
to be a worth-while group to the school, Some of their projects
include sponsoring a student bus to out-of-town games, entering a
top-ranking float in the Homecoming Parade, sponsoring the print-
ing of basketball programs for the home games, presenting skits
at the pep sessions, sponsoring the stand at home basketball games
when it was their turn, gene ral planning of the Athletic Banquet,
helping the cheerleaders purchase their suits, and encouraging the
athletic teams and fans.
Besides this, the Pep Club has fulfilled the main purpose for
which it was established--to promote school spirit and promote
interest in all athletic activities.
ROW I: Judy Edmund, Judy Ringberg, Helen Anderson, Joyce Nystrom, Martha McDowell, Janice Simkins, Carol
Horner, Lois Peterson, Lucille Granger, Leone Charlson, Shirley Jones. ROW II: Sandra Johnson, Barb Lee, Nancy
Bugos, Donna Jo Nelson, Shirlene Taylor, Susan Bell, Judy Rhodenbaugh, Mrs. Orlo Woodcock, Patsy Lucas, Dorothy
Setterdahl, Judy Nelson, Deanna Lambert, Ardith Elliott, Janet Holmes, ROW III: Barbara Elliott, Helen Wright,
Dorothy Lambin, Dorothy Vancil, Pat Nelson, Imogine Vancil, Myra Loveridge, Beverly Edmund, Carolyn Litton,
Maxine Carlson, Judy Taylor, Suzie Pople, Laura Franks, Judy Kingery, Carol Green, Ruth Nelson, Barbara Johnson,
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News Ed1tors Leone Charlson
Features Sandra Johnson
Jokes Frances Wells
Sports Gene Malcolm
Adv1sor Mrs Swanson
The Ace Staff composed of the Typmg II class wr1tes and pubhshes
the school paper every three weeks Although the staff 1S small 1n number
they nevertheless make up for the1r lack of personnel by the1r hard work
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CLARK S HARDWARE LYMAN GUSTUS
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Woodhull 56 Real Estate Broker gl Farm Loans
The 1955-56 athletic season has been a successful one for AlWood.
Winning first place in the Cornbelt Conference in football, compiling a
perfect record of eight wins and no losses fthe first time this have been
done in the history of the schoollg getting temporary possession of the league
traveling trophy, the "Golden Ear", and the winning of the conference first
place trophy by the sophomore basketball team, with a respectable 16 and
3 record -- these were the big highlights of the year through March.
Track has not yet started at the time of this writing, but the out look
is good, with the prospect of many new school records being set.
However, the greatest thrill a boy receives while participating in
athletics in not included in the won-and-lost records. The records will
soon be forgotten, but the memories of hard practices, half-time instruc-
tions during games by the coach, the injuries, and the joys of a game well
played will live on in the minds of the players long after scores have passed
from memory. The members of this year's teams have spent long hours
practicing to be capable of giving their best to the team and to the school.
Their efforts have been rewarded by the records they have made.
It is appropriate that we include in this Sportscope a tribute to our
coaching staff. It is generally acknowledged that a coach is no better than
his teamg but it is also true that a team is no better than its coach. Coach
Behnke and his assistant, Mr. Hegwood, have devoted many hours to teach-
ing their teams not only the fundamentals but also the principles of good
The backing given the athletic teams is very important. No ball club
can play its best before empty stands. This year, as in the past, the co-
operation on the part of the cheerleaders, the Pep Club, and the older
fans has been tremendous. This has been reflected in the spirit and attitude
of the team.
AlWood athletics have a bright future. The ninth grade team enjoyed
a fine season in football and an outstanding year in basketball, completing
a rugged basketball season with only one game lost. This year's freshmen
will undoubtedly form the nucleus of a winning varsity in the years to come.
John Baird, Sports Editor
Marvin Setterdahl, Assistant
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Krueger Glenn Wrnd Davrd Roberts Dale W1llett Dewayne Magnuson LeRoy Cathcart Gary Lee Roscoe Lowery Bruce Ander
son Russell Swanson THIRD ROW Glenn Magnuson Kent Lrndsey Kerth Erlandson Jerry Gould John Ba1rd Bud Doxsee Larry
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1955-56 VARSITY BASKETBALL 1955-56 JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL
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A1Wood Knoxville A1Wood 40 Knoxville 41
A1Wood Williamsfield A1Wood 61 Williamsfield 58
'9'A1Wood Atkinson '1'AlWood 52 Atkinson 63
'FAlWood Winola '1'A1Wood 47 Winola 44
4'A1Wood Sherrard '1'AlWood 47 Sherrard 42
'l'AlWood Reynolds '9'A1Wood 54 Reynolds 51
'9'AlWood Joy '1'A1Wood 73 Joy 60
'9'A1Wood Winola 'FAlWood 51 Winola 41
4'A1Wood Orion fkA1Wood 62 Orion 59
'9'AlWood Cambridge '9'A1Wood 61 Cambridge 36
'i'A1Wood Atkinson '4'A1Wood 66 Atkinson 60
A1Wood ROVA A1Wood 73 ROVA 67
"'AlWood Sherrard 'FA1Wood 62 Sherrard 37
A1Wood Aledo A1Wood 59 Aledo 61
'9'AlWood Reynolds '9fAlWood 100 Reynolds 56
'0'AlWood Joy "'A1Wood 66 Joy 51
'lfAlWood Orion '9'A1Wood 63 Orion 57
'4'A1Wood Cambridge '9'AlWood 51 Cambridge 41
A1Wood Knoxville A1Wood 54 Knoxville 50
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CORNBELT CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT DISTRICT TOURNAMENT
A1Wood 62 Winola 81 A1Wood 70 Little York 80
ALEDO INVITATIONAL TOURNAMENT
A1Wood 51 Little York
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