Alwood High School - Somethin Country Yearbook (Woodhull, IL)
- Class of 1957
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Text from Pages 1 - 88 of the 1957 volume:
'Jhe Hlwood Album
We'ue done oun beat
Published by Senior Class of
ALWOOD HIGH SCHOOL
We hope we'ue pleaaed qou.
Co-Editors: Shirley Jones, Carolyn Litton
Business Manager: Jerry Mason Advertising:
Society: Carol Horner, Janet Holmes,
Music: Jean Hughes Sales:
Photographer: Don Dahlstrom
Sports: Roscoe Lowery, Jim
Anderson, Richard McDowell Junior Editors:
Features: Ardirh Elliott, Carol Green
Glenn Magnuson, Ronald
Hayden, Bill Wing, Jerry
Myra Loveridge, Judy
Kingery, Pat Lucas, Ruth
Judy Edmund, Helen
Anderson, Delmond Johnson.
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In heartfelt appreciation of his unselfish leadership toward
attaining the high goals which he has made and kept throughout
the years in the roles of instructor and coach, we, the Senior
Class, wish to dedicate the 1957 "AlWood Album ,"
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D.14.R. 14 wand Winner:
Carolyn Litton was honored by being chosen as the
Daughters of the American Revolution Award winner from
the Class of 1957. She was chosen on the basis of her
qualities of dependabilty, service, leadership, and unself-
ish loyalty to American ideals.
Caro1yn's main extra -curricular activities include being
a member of F. H. A., annual staff, Pep Club, chorus,
G. A. A., and Student Council. She was president of the
junior class and vice-president of the Blackhawk District
Student Librarians. She is co-editor of this year's annual
and is a section officer in F. H. A. She was a member of
the junior play cast.
After graduation Carolyn plans to attend the Moline
Public Hospital School of Nursing.
Chorus 2, Football 1, 4, Basketball 1, 2,
3, 45 Track 1, 2, 3. 4g Annual Staff 4,
Newspaper staff 1.
MAX INE CARLSON
Chorus 1,2, 3.4, F. H. A. 2,33 G.A. A.
2, 3, 4, Pep Club 2, 3, 4.
F. F. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, F. F. A. President 4,
F. F. A. State Band 3, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Class
Play 33 Annual Staff 4.
Basketball 2, 33 Football 3, 4.
Compliments of Compliments of
WAYNE'S MOBILE SERVICE THE COFFEE CUP
Chorus 2, 3. 45
G. A. A. 2, 3, 4: F. H. A.
2, ra, 4, Pep ciub 2, 3, 4.
Chorus 1, 2, 3, 45 Sextet 2, 35 F. H. A. 2, 3, 4
F. H. A. Officer 2, 3, F. H. A. Secretary 45
Pep Club 2, 3, 45 Student Council President
1, Student Council 1, 2, 35 G. A. A. 2, 3, 45
Annual Staff 45 Newspaper Staff 1,45
National Honor Society 3, 45 F. T. A. 45
Class President 1, 25 Class Play 35 Queen
1,45 Queen's Attendant 2. 35 Cheerleader
1, 2, 3.4.
Chorus 1, 2, 3, 45 G. A. A. 2, 3.4, G. A. A.
Reporter 35 F. H. A. 2. 35 Pep Club 2, 3, 45
Majorette 3, 45
Student Librarian 2.
Chorus 1, 2, 3, 45 Sextet 2, 35 G. A. A. 2, 3, 4
F. H. A. 25 Pep Club 2, 3, 45 Paper Staff 1, 45
Annual Staff 45 Class Play 35 Majorette 3, 45
Student Librarian 45 F. T. A. 4.
F. F. A. 15 Football 1, Manager 2, 3, 45
Chorus 2, 3, 45 Minstrel Show 45 Chorus
President 45 Class Play 3.
Chorus 1, 2, 3, 45
porter 35 F. H. A
3, F. H.A. Vice
2.3, 45 Pep Club
Chorus 1.2, 3, 45 Sextet 25 Band 1, 2, 3, 45
F. H. A. 2, 3, 4, F. H. A. Publicity Book
Chairman 3, 45 G. A. A. 2, 3.4, G. A. A.
President 45 Pep Club 2, 3, 4, Pep Club
Vice President 25 Student Council 35 Class
Play 35 Annual Staff 45 Honor Society
3. 45 Queen Attendant 4.
Sextet 2, 3, 45 Class Re-
. 2, 3, 4, F. H. A. President
President 45 G A. A.
2, 3, 4, Pep Club Treas-
urer 3, 45 Class Play 35 Newspaper Staff
1, 45 Annual Staff 45 Band 1.12, 3, 45 Cheer-
leader 1, 35 Honor Society 3,45 F. T. A. 4,
F. T. A. Officer 4.
Chorus 1, 2, 3, 45 Band 1, 2, 3, 45 G. A. A.
2, 3, 45 Pep Club 2, 3, 45 Honor Society 3, 4,
Honor Society Treasurer 45 Chorus Assistant
Accompanist 3. 45 Annual staff 45 Class
Play 35 Paper Staff 15 Mixed Woodwind
Quartet 2, 3, 4.
Compliments of FARMERS STATE BANK
Sextet 2,3,45 G.A,A, 2,3,
4, G,A,A, Treasurer 35 Pep Club 2,3,4,
Pep Club Officer
45 F,T,A, 45 Honor Society
3,45 Class Play 35 Annual Staff 3,4, Editor
of Annual 45 Newspaper Staff 1.
Basketball 1,25 Class Treasurer 2.
Chorus 2,3,45 Basketball 1,25 Football 1,25
Track l,2,3,45 Minstrel Show 45 Class
Chorus 1,2,3,45 F,H,A. 2,3,4, F,H,A,
Treasurer 3, F,H.A, Parliamentarian 45
G,A.A, 2,3,45 Pep Club 2,3,45 Student
Council 2,35 F.T.A, 4, F,T,A. Vice-
President 45 Majorette 1,25 Annual Staff
45 Paper Staff 1,45 Class Play 35 Honor
Society 45 Cheerleader 1,2,3,45 Queen's
Football 1,2,3,4, Basketball 1,2,3,4, Track
1,2,35 Band 1,25 Class Treasurer 3.
Band 1,2,3,45 Brass Sextet 3,45 Football
1,2,3,45 Basketball l,2,3,45 Track 1,
2,3,45 Annual Staff 45 Newspaper Staff
1, Student Council 3, Class Play 3, King s
-""" Attendant 1,3, King 4.
F.l-LA. 2,35 G.
A,A, 2,3,4, Pep Club 2,
3,4, Class Play 3, Chorus l,2,3,4.
F.F.A. 1,2,3, F,F,A, Reporter 25
Student Council Treasurer 15 Football 1,
2,3,45 Basketball 1,2,3,45 Track 1,2,
3,45 Class Play 35 King's Attendant 2,3,
4, King 1.
Compl imenfs of
Compliments of CRAYCRAFT-FAGN ER
KELLY'S BARBAR SHOP AGENCY
Chorus 1, 2, 3, 45 Sextet 2, 35 G. A. A.
2, 3, 4, G. A. A.
Officer 45 F. H. A. 2, 3, 4,
F. H. A. Recreation Chairman 3, F. H. A.
Public Relations Chairman 4, F. H. A.
Section 10 Recreation Chairman 45 Student
Council 3, 4, Student Council Secretary-
Treasurer 45 Annual Staff 3, 45 Annual
Editor 45 Pep Club 2, 3, 45 D. R. Y. Vice
President 35 Athletic Banquet Chairman
3, 45 Class Play
35 Class President 35 Stu-
dent Librarian 2, 3, 4.
Chorus 1, 2, 3,45 Sextet 2, 35 Double Mixed
Quartet 25 Pep Club 2, 3, 4, Pep Club Rc-
porter 45 F. H. A. 25 G. A. A. 2, 3, 45 F. T. A
4, F. T. A. Secretary 45 Honor Society 45
Class Treasurer 35 Annual Staff 15 Student
Librarian 45 Class Play 3.
Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Chorus 25 Brass Sextet
2, 3, 45 Football
1, 2, 3,45 Basketball 1, 2,
3, 45 Track 1, 2, 3, 45 Annual Staff 45 Class
Play 35 Brass Quartet 3.
Football 1, l.
Chorus 1, 2, 3, 45 F. H. A. 2, 3, 4, F. H. A.
Project Chairman 45 Student Council 45
Pep Club 2, 3, 45 G. A. A. 2, 3, 4, G. A. A.
Vice President 35 Class Play 35 Paper Staff
1, 45 Annual Staff 4.
Chorus 2, 3, 45 Pep Club 2, 3, 45 F. H. A.
2,35 G. A. A. 2, 3, 45 Sextet 25 Class Play
35 F. T. A. 3, 4.
Basketball 15 Football 1, 45 Track 1.
Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Basketball lg Track
1, 2, 3, 45 Honor Society 3, 4, Honor Society
Secretary 45 Student Council 4.
Compliments of Compliments of
BROWN-LYNCH-SCOTT RCLLAND LINDSEY
Football 1 3 4 Class Play 35 King's
A endant 4 F F. A. 1, 2, 3, 4.
Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Honor Society President4.
orus 1 2 3 4 F.H.A. 2,3,4, F.H.A.
Historian 3 4 G. A. A. 2, 3, 45 Pep Club
1 3 4 Honor Society 4.
Chorus 1, 2, 35 F. H. A. 2, 3, 4, F. H. A.
Chairman of Public Relations 3, F. H. A.
President 45 Pep Club 2, 3, 4, Pep Club
Parliamentarian 3, Pep Club Student Coun-
cil Representative 45 G. A. A. 2, 35 Annual
Staff 45 Student Office Secretary 3, 4, Stu-
dent Council 45 National Honor Society
3, 45 Class Play 3.
Chorus 1 2 3 4 Chorus Vice-President
4 Band 1 2 3 45 Girl's Sextet 2, 35 F. H. A.
2 3 4 F H A Chairman of Projects 3,
F H A Treasurer 45 G. A.A. 2,35 Pep
Club 2 3 4 Pep Club President 35 National
Honor Society 3 45 F. T. A. 45 Class Play
3 Student Librarian 35 Newspaper staff 1.
Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Chorus Secretary-Treasurer
4, Class Vice President 1, 35 Student Coun-
cil Secretary 1, Student Council 15 G. A. A.
2, 3, 4, G. A. A Secretary 35 F. H. A. 25
Pep Club 2, 3, 4, Pep Club Secretary 3,
Pep Club President 45 Athletic Banquet
Co-Chairman 2, 35 Band 1, 2. 3, 45 Brass
Sextet 1, 2, 3, 45 Sextet 3, 45 Honor Society
3, 45 Newspaper staff 1, 45 Annual Staff 45
Queen's Attendant 45 Class Play 35 F. T. A.
4, F. T. A. Treasurer 4.
RICHARD STRAN DBERG
Pep Club 45 Student Librarian 3, 45 Girl's
Sextet 35 Chorus 2, 3, 45 G.A. A. 2, 3,4.
ALPHA ELECTRIC 8. HARDWARE
F,F',A, l,2,3,4, Class Play 3, Track 1,
Football 1,4, Basketball 1,2,3,4, Student
Council 1,4, Track 2,3, Honor Society 4.
Football 1,2,3,4, Basketball 1,2,3,4,
Track 1,2,3,4, F,F,A, 1,2,3,4, Officer
3,4, Class Play 3.
F,F,A. 1,2,3,4, F.F,A, Treasurer 2,
F,F.A, Secretary 3, F,F,A, Vice-President
4, Student Council 2,3,4, Student Council
Vice -President 3, Student Council President
4, Class Play 3, Basketball 2, Manager 3,4,
Honor Society 3,4, Section Ill F, F,A. Sec-
retary-Treasurer, Annual Staff 4,
Band 1,2,3,4, Chorus 4, Football 1,
Basketball 1, F,F,A, l,2,
Football 1, 2, 3, 4.
G.A.A.g Chorus, Pep Club, F,H,A,,
F,H.A. Parliamentarian 3, Junior Class
Play 3, National Honor Society, News-
paper staff 4.
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MARlE'S BEAUTY SHOP
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Judy Rhodenbcugh horn impersonating Elvis.
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SOME OF US OB- they'd only study a little harder
CENTENNIAL IN A
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Woodhull's Centennial early in the I2 hall at 3:30.
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Dick, Duane, Helen, Pat, Dale, Dorothy, Jerry
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Yardstick, Cornball, Vitalis, Jigsaw, lnterlocutor,
Hambone, Suntan, Eyeball, Trigonometry.
Having trouble, Chorus Line?.
The chorus, under Mrs. MiIIer's direct-
ber I9 and 20 to large audiences. lt was the
first time such a show had been undertaken
here and it was a great success.
The iunior class sponsored the annual
Penny Carnival on January 26. The Tunnel
of Love, Fun House, Variety Show, etc.,
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Recognize these gentlemen? They don't look very amused, do they?
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Reporter Richard Carlson, Vnce
Presudent CENTER LEFT TO RIGHT
John Krueger, President Roger Sherrard
Secretary Treasurer BOTTOM Louise
Elllott Student Council
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Rich McDowell Secretary
Jean Hughes Treasurer
Judy Rhodenbaugh Vice President
Jerry Mason President
"To create an enthusiasm for scholarship,
to stimulate a desire to render service, to
promote worthy leadership, and to encourage
the development of character in students at
AlWood High School" is the high aim ofthe
AlWood Chapter of the National Honor
Having been In existence only two
years, this society now has 39 active and
graduate members These members have been
chosen for their accomplishments in Scholar
ship Leadership Service, and Character
To become a member is the highest
honor a high school student can receive
For this reason the National Honor Society
serves as a desirable goal for the students
May lt continue ro provide Inspiration for
the betterment of character, as well as
TOP Duane Bodeen Rxthard Horner Dale Walsten B1ll Wing Kent Lindsey Rlchard McDowell Jerry Mason
Larry Plunkett Dean Morland CENTER. JBUGI HOUTIBS Judy Nelson Ruth Nelson Myra Loyerldge Judy
Rhodenbaugh Judy Klngery Pat Nelson Susan Bell Ardlth Elliott BOTTOM Shirley Jones Judy Edmund
Joyce Nystrom Helen Anderson Jean I1llEJllCS Dorothy Selteruahl Donna Jo NSISOH Barnard Elliott Carol
THE WOODHULL DISPATCH Compliments of
Your Hometown Newspaper SHROYER MOTOR SALES
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BOARD OF EDUCATION, SEATED: John Weech, Lester Sw
STANDING: Howard Johnson, Dave Swanson, Curtis Walslen
iharr, T. L. McKee, Richard Ba1ley.
Compliments of LOWERY IMPLEMENT COMPANY, Woodhull
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We aim to 'Jeach
BACK ROW Karen Rrchards Jamce McCurdy Joyce Nystrom Nancy Bugos Carol Horner Twrla Taylor Mrs
McGaughy Carol Green Donna Jo Nelson Ardrth Ellrott Shrrley Jones Barbara Jones Bonnre McCaw FRONT
ROW Delmond Johnson Dale Walsten Dorothy Setterdahl Susan Bell Judy Rhodenbaugh Myra Loverrdge
Karleen Larson Judy Krngery Larry Bolm Larry Plunkett
F T A wlll lead the way
To a new and brlghter tomorrow
Hand rn hand across the land
We are burldrng youth today
Symbolrzed rn these words IS the arm of the Future
Teachers of America Thus national orgamzatlon IS
strrvmg to create more mterest un the teachrng professron
an thus country s hugh schools for today s students w
be tomorrow s teachers
The Anne Sullrvan Macy chapter of the F T A was
orgamzed here at AlWood thas fall Although ut IS a new
club, It already boasts a membershnp of 23 members One
of our members, Ardrth Elliott, was elected corresponding
secretary ofthe drstrrct F T A at nts fall meetrng rn
Some of the members have done some practrce
eachrng" at the grade school durrng short absences of
drfferent teachers ln thus way they are beginning to
ake their part In bulldmg youth today
STANDING Dale Walsten Delrnond Johnson Larry
Plunkett SEAThD Donna Jo Nelson Dorothy Setterdahl
Carol Horner Judy Krngery Myra Lovendge
Compliments of Compliments ot
SANQUIST BARBER SHOP 23 DR W M NEWTON
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Patiently and carefully our teachers
have endeavored to build our structure of
knowledge higher and Higher. They have
shown ns how to apply the facts we
learned in the elementary grades to new
problems and life situations.
Besides their regular teaching duties
they have sponsored our other activities
in the following ways.
Mr. Metnger is the advisor for the
Student Council and senior class, as well
as being the general overseer of all of
us in his capacity as principal of AlWood
High School. Miss Snapp finds her spare
time well occupied with affairs of the
F. ll. A., Junior class Qwith its prom and
carnivalj and Pep Club.
Mrs. McGanghy, as our librarian,
oversees our reading and research facil-
ities everyday of the week. She also
sponsors the newly organized F. T. A.
organization. Mr. Behnlie is well known
Woodlwll 24 wooonutt Moroiz COMPANY
for his extensive actixities as our coach,
and he also helps keep the sophomores
in line as their advisor.
Our ag teacher, Mr. Geiger, sponsors
many activities connected with his
department. The chief ones are the
F.F. A. and the AlWood Calf Clnh. Our
senior faculty member, Mr. llainline,
serves gms the assistant principal. Miss
Barbara Swanson directs the plays and
also is advisor for the sophomore class
and the G. A. A.
Our yearbook sponsor is Mrs. Dorothy
Swanson, who also serves as a senior
class advisor. Our science teacher, Mr.
M. D. HAINLINE
Browning, is a junior class sponsor and a I
co-sponsor ofthe testing program along
with Mr. Metzger.
As seniors we urge all nnderclassmen
to take advantage of thc all-aronnd
school program represented here. IRENE MCGAUGHY
English lll and IV
DON RIGGLE RUTH MASON
Bdlld 54.1001 lwnrse
LOL lo BROWININLJ
Compliments of Compliments of
VILLAGE CAFE JOHNSON'S HARDWARE 6 ELECTRIC
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i956-57 SEASON RECORD
FRESHMAN FOOTBALL, ROW ONE: I. Krueger, T. Strandberg, T,
Bolin, B. Stull, J, Peterson, M. Lowery, B. Simkins, M. Taylor.
ROW TWO: D. Neer, D. Genisio, J. Creek, R. Litton, H. Carlson,
Al Wood C0mbVl'3L5G M. Nelson, T. Noy. ROW THREE: J. Anderson, R. Hu hes, R.
Alwood Golvc Zuidema, G. l-Iammerlund, T, Smith, L. Turner, R. Eubon, R.
Alwood Winolg Swanson, R. P1tts, KR. Setterdahl, NOT IN PICTUREJ
FRES HMAN FOOTBALL
i956-57 SEASON .RECORD
FRESHMAN BASKETBALL, ROW ONE: D. Swanson, L. Turner, R.
Hughes, M. Nelson, J. Anderson, I. Krueger, R. Zuidema, R.
Setterdahl, R. Swanson, G. Hammerlund, R. Litton. ROW TWO: D
Neer, J. Creek, S. Descamps, T. Bolin, I. Peterson, I. Nelson, B.
AIWood Orion Pitts, T. Noy, B. simkms. B. stun, R. Buban, Mr. Murder.
Al Wood Winola
Al Wood Cambridge
STUDENT COUNCIL, ROW ONE: C. Lundblad, C.
Lindsey, J. Browning, J. Litton, C. Rhodenbaugh, J.
Watters, R. Carlson, R. Larson, W. Kirkland.
ROW TWO: Mr. Roberts, R. Liggetl, R. Hughes, K,
O'Deay, L. Edmund, A. Vancrl, M. Barlow, M.
Nelson, J. Anderson, R. Zuiderna.
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The Class of 1960 will have
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FIRST ROW: Carl Johnson, Gary Barton, Coe Bloomberg, Charles Lindsey, Bill Ringherii, james Anderson, Conrad Lnndblad, Robert
McDowell, Dale Peterson, Toniniy Nelson. SECOND ROW: Nancy Erickson, Eliaabeth Conley, Karen Bredherg, Judy Thayer, Joan Watters,
Alice Fischer, Lynnette Wright, Betty lxletzner, Sandra Shattuck, Mary Snndberg. THIRD ROW: Mr. Miller, Lenora Drake, Shirley Swanson
Linda lloldswotth, Maryetta Whinipey, Sally Pople, Lester Luidenia, Kenneth liarnian, Roy Erickson, Donald Johnston, Kendall Johnson,
FIRST ROW: C. Barton, J. Browniiig, B. Ringberg, R. Horner, C.
Lindsey, C. Lnndblad, B. Anderson, R. Baritian. SECOND ROW:
Mr. Miller, D. Iohnston, A. Saninelson, K. johnson, K. liarinan,
Linda lloldsworth, Sandra Shattuck, Shirley B. green, K, 05.335-y P, Strange, C, Bloomberg,
Munson, Joan Waiters.
FIRST ROW: Don Olson, David Bushnell, Robert Carlson, Kit O'Dcay, Caylen Elliott, Ronnie llorner, Mike Roller, Jinx lirownnig, 'licrry
Strandherg. SECOND ROW: Karen Swanson, Loretta Johnson, Carol lxlnnson, Lorna Bland, Susan Plunkett, Mary Etta joles, Nancy Wccch,
Relda Canlkins, June Erlandson, Carl Carlson. THIRD ROW: lxhss Mott, Norina Brinker, Elizaheth Walsren, Doris Wind, Barbara johnson,
Mary Hughes, Bill Green, Randy Barnian, Archie Sainnelson, Bill Pollock, Rhodes Liggett.
Compliments of Compliments of
C.E. MCLAUGHLIN 30 CLARK'S HARDWARE
FIRST ROW: Robert Stpes, Merle Norberg, Larry Hanson, Larry Sntith, Mike Edtnnnd, Robert Carlson. SECOND ROW: Dennis Kelly, Ruby
Neer, Pamela Sholl, Ftttn lNlCC11l'dy, Patsy Molberg, Indy Litton, Bonnie larson, Shirley Bowtrtan, Mary Ann Yoennt, Stephen Johnson.
THIRD ROW: Mr. Mvtianghy, Neal McMeel4an, Daxid Maher, Bob Snyder, Lots Kenny, joyee Marshall, Loretta Turner, Linda Edntnnd,
FIRST ROW: G. Simkins, L. Smith, L. Hanson, W. Kirkland,
M. Edmund, B. Reedy, R. Carlson, M, Norberg, SECOND ROW:
Mr. McGaughy, R, Barman, S. Johnson, N. Mcrvleekan, D.
Kellv, Bw. Lee. B. Snyder, D. Edmund.
Patsy Molherg, Indy Litton, Linda Edtttnnd,
FIRST ROW: Randy larson, Rohert Overstreet, R.tt'hard Lena, Richard Peterson, Gary Sintkins, Willis Kirkland. SECOND ROW: Bill Reedy,
Carita Rltodetthatngh, Rosalie Huff, Mary .-'inn Nelson, Sandra Lindsey, Karen Noy, Janet Larson, Ronttte Httrtnan. THIRD ROW: Mrs. Shetler,
Gloria Johnson, linrhara llannnerlttnd, Dorothy M.t?.er, liexerly Vanrtl, Mtlce Johnston, Ronnie Btttentan, Bolt Lee, Dale Edntttnd.
Wonder what they're cooking up now?
We wonder if Deanna, Maxine, Laura, and Senior athletes who were born one year
Myra were actually as interested in the too soon to get to play basketball in
Alwood Ace as they appear to be.
Our senior yeor found us following
the blueprints of countless other senior
classes--sometimes working sometimes
locxfing, but olmost olwoys enioying
They're taken!! Judy N. and Janice
the new gym.
McCurdy are especially interested in Beverly says, "My, this new dial
"The American Home. " telephone makes all my telephoning
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taught Leroy C. that his car, And in his quiet corner in
, plus below zero temperatures, the cage, our coach
'lllls dee snow, didn't mix calml ' relaxes amidst his
very well. many treasures,
Compliments of ALPHA T.V. AND RADIO, Alpha
so much simpler."
BUS DRIVERS, LEFT TO RIGHT: Everett Ward, Al Mason, Asa
McFarlin, Leonard Hazelrigg, Byron Weir, Fay Bell, John Buban,
Bud Epperson, Harry Becker, Chic Anderson, Howard Like.
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Compliments of Compliments of
WOODHULL RECREATION LUALLEN MOTOR SALES
Chic, Liz and Jack 34 Woodhull
Building friendships that will last a lifetime
AlWoodians and their parents, friends
and alumni got together for an evening of
fun in October to get the social season
under way with the Homecoming Dance.
We invite you to look us over as we
participate in special interest groups
which include homemaking, athletics,
farming, government, journalism, music
fluat 'Jhe '3acta, Pleaae
Publlshlng a paper gettung all ofthe news, meetrng cleacl
llnes, lntervnewung people, runmng off pages upon pages on the
mrmeograph machine, staplmg typing and retyplng sounds
pretty much luke a drudgery To the staff members, thus gob means
much more than samply extra work to do It IS learmng how to
say the right thmg In the right way, learmng to work wrth people
and learmng to get along wrth others
The ACE IS publlshed by the office PIHCIIPC class
THE STAFF CONSISTS OF Edxtor Dorothy Setterdahl News Pat Lucas Jamce McCurdy Features
Ardlth Elhott Carol Homer Soclety Carol Green A.rt Judy Taylor Sports Judy Kmgery Judy
Taylor Advisor Mrs Swanson
Compl :ments of Compl :ments of
BARLOW S TOWN 8. COUNTRY MARKET BELL S DRIVE IN
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The Student Council IS a very active govern
ment run somewhat on the basls of the government
of our country The members of this organization
set the pace for all the other students by discussing
and acting on their problems and carrying out other
prolects during the year Our Student Council has
flfteen members, and lt meets regularly during the
slldmg period, once every four weeks
Being president of Student Council IS the hugh
est honor that a student at AlWood can receive,
and Bull Wmg, the one who was best qualified,
was elected to thas offnce He IS ably assisted by
Vlce President, Duane Bodeen and Secretary
Treasurer, Carolyn Lltton
One of our malor prolects for the year is Home
comlng, which IS carried out In a bug way at
AlWood Other prolects carried out by the Stu
dent Councll are the presenting of four assembl
programs, taking part In the football and basket II
concessions, picking up lunk In the sprung, attend
mg State and Dlstrlct Conventions, and the fall
and spring meetmgs of the Cornbelt Conference,
buymg refreshments for the students at Christmas
and on the last day of school, exchanging assembl
programs with other schools In the conference,
parliamentary procedure class, Student Teacher
Day, and Intramural sports between the classes
With all the outstanding co operation by the
student body, the Student Council at AlWood
Hugh has completed another successful year
Carolyn Lrtton Secretary Treasurer
Bill Wlng President
Duane Bodeen Vice President
Bill Wing Richard Carlson Richard Horner Richard McDowell Louise Elliott
Duane Bodeen Carolyn Litton Ruth Nelson Glenn Magnuson Dorothy Lambin
Roger Shertard Jerry Gould Patsy Lucas John Krueger
Qnot picturedj Kenneth Watters and Delmond Johnson
Student flnchitecta y
FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: Jerry Gould, Dorothy larribiri, Glen Magnuson, Dororliy Serrerdalzl, Carole Diggs, Jerry Krueger, Ardirlr Elliorl
Dale Sundberg, Janer Holmes, Gary Lee, Pat Nelson, Kenr Lindsey.
Dorothy, Ardrrli, and Janet. Ulf:
Carole, Par, and Dorothy.
Homecoming I 956
We won owl game
We manched and cheened
'Jhen danced till midnight
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This three act comedy was presented
by the Junior Class at Alpha, November
7, and at Woodhull, November 9. The
play was directed by Miss Swanson.
Special numbers were presented between
CAST: Bob Parker, who is continually
being involved in unusual situations,
Dale Walsten, Mr. Parker, Bob's father,
Larry Plunkett, Mrs. Parker, Bob's
mother, Barbara Elliott, Betty Parker,
Bob's sister, Pat Nelson, Dickie Parker,
Bob's kid brother, Duane Bodeen, Gwen
Anderson, Dickie's "flame, " Nancy
Bugos, Joan Abernaker, the principal's
daughter, Donna Jo Nelson, Eddie
Abernaker, Joan's brother, Ed
Gullstrand, Louella, the Parkers' maid,
Susan Bell, Mr. Abernaker, the high
school principal, Delmond Johnson,
Mrs. Brunswick, Mrs. James, and Mrs.
Hill, members of the P.T.A., Helen
Wright, Dorothy Lambin, and Judy
Edmund, plain-clothes man, an officer
of the law, Leonard Schnowski, and Miss
Bright, lady from the zoo, Judy Ringberg
When Fred Hastings spends more money than his parents believe he
is earning, when his friend Larry Madison attempts to get his chum out
of hot water, and when an eccentric little lady of eighty decides to
play football, any attempt at trying to preserve the sanity of other
casual observers becomes futile.
Fred's mother, Cora, is planning a birthday party for Fred's girl,
Nancy, but when two strangers, beautifully feminine, appear, in the
persons of Gloria Patterson and Lois Corwin, the plot thickens, indeed.
Fred is doomed! His iob as model for Glamour Girl Cosmetics is about
to be revealed: but leave everything to Larry, Larry insists. Gilbert
Hastings, Fred's father, is furious when he learns of Fred's modeling
iob. Nancy isn't sure how she feels about it. Julie 'l'ucker's chief
concern is being able to keep the pup y Larry has bought for her on the
installment plan. And that's when Mellinda Whipple, that wiry bundle
of energy, eighty years strong, appears.
The birthday party? lt turns out to be something slightly less than an
open house affair, with a Mr. Danbury looking for local T.V. talent,
Bill Sterling looking for his girl, and Melinda Whipple looking for
enough space in which to make a touchdown in football.
Fres Hastings, Gary L.: Cora Hastings,
Janet H.: Gilbert Hastings, Bill W.: Nancy
Graham, Ardith E.: Larry Madison, Rich
McD. : Julie Tucker, Judy K.: Gloria
Patterson, Carol H.: Melinda Whipple,
Jean H.: Lois Corwin, Judy N.: Mr.
Danbury, Glenn W.: Bill Sterling, Larry K.
lO in Alpha and April
Senior class play presented on April
of Barbara Swanson.
I2 in Woodhull, under the direction
Fred Hastings, Jim A.: Cora Hastings,
Carolyn L.: Gilbert Hastings, Ronnie H.:
Nancy Graham, Dorothy S.: Larry Madison
Roscoe L.: Julie Tucker, Shirley J.: Gloria
Patterson, Carol G.: Melinda Whipple,
Judy R.: Lois Corwin, Maxine C.: Mr,
Danbury, Glen M.: Bill Sterling, Bud D.
The senior class feels that this activity section of our book
wouldn't be complete without some mention of our member in
absentia, who had a leading part in our iunior play last year,
and was a member of F.H.A., G.A.A., Pep Club and Honor
Society. From your hospital room this year you have contrib-
uted many things to your class--interest in our everyday
affairs, a supurb example of courage and faith to inspire us,
and your fine artistic and literary contributions to our school
paper and to the F,H,A, for its spring rally programs.
Compliments Of Compliments of
ALPHA OIL CO. LYMAN GUSTUS
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FIRST ROW: S. Taylor, J. Kessinger, C. Diggs, M. Sherrard, K. Johnston, L. Anderson. SECOND ROW: K. Kingery, J. Holmes,
A. Elliott, Miss Snapp, R. Nelson, C. Horner, P. Lucas, J. Nelson, C. Litton. THIRD ROW: L. Elliott, B. Murray, J. Kingery,
J. Taylor, J. Rhodenbaugli, S. Lee, N. Mason, B. Edmund, B. Snyder, S. Bell, D. Nelson, B. Elliott.
"We are willing to be helpers and to learn all we can," a part of the national song, clearly stands as
a guiding light and an inspiration to the F.H.A. as it strives to uphold its motto, "Toward New Horizons."
With this purpose stationary in the minds of the officers and members, the F. H.A. began another year
with its formal initation and its part in the homecoming.
The Christmas season was highlighted by a Christmas Party and the annual Christmas Dance. As spring
rolled around, major events as the Mother and Daughter Tea and the Style Show were held.
The spring and fall rallies, the family potluck and F. H.A. week were other important events of this
Being good helpers and learning has helped the F.H,A. look "Toward New Horizons."
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X C. llorner, ,l. RllOLlCllb3.l1?1ll.
SECOND ROW: J. Kingery, .l.
All Taylor, S. Bell, C. Litton '.
,, Holmes, P. Lucas, J. Nelson.
Mrs Paul Nelson Chapter Mother
The F H A and F F A Chrustmas
dance the Mistletoe Ball was held
December 15 nn the gym Musrc was
rurn shed bythe Maple Cnty Colonels
Dorothy Setterdahl was elected F F A
Sweetheart and recerved an F F A
locket Glenn Wmd was elected
F H A Heart Throb and was presented
with an apron
The famaly potluck held January
Z3 was a great success Most of the
famrlres were represented and the
teachers and thelr famllles were
honored as our special guests After
a dellclous supper a program was
presented by Mr and Mrs Edward
Swanson wno showed slldes of thelr
Daddy Date Nlght February
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Dancing, games a program hugh
llghted by the appearance of the
Four Aces, spelled fun for thus
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F, F,A, OFFICERS
Don Dahlstrom , , . . , President Glenn Wind . . . TICRSUICI
Bill Wing . . . . Vice-President Dale Walsten , , Reporter
Glen Magnuson , . , , . , Secretary Richard Carlson , , Sentinel
Richard Geiger ,.,.,. Advisor
The AlWood Chapter of Future Farmers of America strives to develop
leadership among its members so that our farmers of tomorrow will be
more capable of carrying out their responsibilities. It provides services
to the surrounding community such as clearing farms of scrap iron and
old wire, removing disease carrying pigeons, and testing the local farmer's
soil. The chapter yearly holds a Parent and Son Banquet when various
awards, won by the members of the chapter, are presented. The chapter
yearly sends delegates to the Illinois State F.F.A. convention, Spring-
field, the National F .F.A. convention, Kansas City, the Intemational
Livestock Show, Chicago, and Officers Training Camp, Camp Hauberg.
The chapter's motto is "Learning to do, Doing to learn, Earning to live,
Living to serve."
AIWo0d Calf Club
Each year our chapter
chooses a member who has
been outstanding in his school
work and farming program to
apply for the degree of State
Farmer. Dewa ne was chosen
to be our candidate and re
ceived his degree at the State
Convention in Springfield
The calf club's first year
proved a great success in both
production and earnings for its
members. The calves in the club
totaled 72 and were sold at an
average of 529.50 per hundred
pounds. A steer sold by Glen
Magnuson topped the sale at
S50 per hundred pounds. The
combined intake of the sale
totaled 522, l75.32 and the net
profit was S6, l50.
FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: Steve Johnson,
Gary Munson, Bob Sherrard, Glen Munson
Bob Sherrard, Glen Magnuson, Nina
Rhodenbaugh, Carita Rhodenbaugh,
Our President in 1955-56
made State Farmer in 1955, was
elected Sectional Vice President
in 1955, and was elected to
office of State Reporter in 1956.
Dave will be a candidate for
American Farmer in 1957.
To promote greater interest
in F.F.A. activities, our chap-
ter initiated a Chapter Sweetheart.
Scholarship, leadership, interest
in agriculture, and appearance
were considered when choosing
Dorothy Setterdahl as our first
The AlWood Chapter purchased
an interest in the Cambridge Swine
Improvement Association in the
interest of production testing. The
object of this station is to develop
hogs with a greater acceptance to
the public and more profit to the
farmer. They check the loin eye,
back fat, and feed conversion.
Marvin Setterdahl was the first
member to test at the station.
The AlWood Cha ter of Future Fanners of America contains in
Dewa yne Magnuson
Candidates for Greenhand Farmer's Degree-
The Girl's Athletic Association is an organization that creates the feminine in-
stinct to turn to the fun and exercise of sports. Some of the activities we have en-
ioyed are swimming at the Y.W.C.A. in Rock Island, bowling, skating at the Grand
Roller Rink at Galesburg, and we have had baseball and basketball tournaments here
in our school. All of this has been inspired by our new advisor, Miss Swanson.
As we look back on our G.A.A. year we see a very successful year enjoyed by
FIRST ROW: B. McCaw, P. Nelson, J. Sunkins, M. McDowell, D. Lanibin, H. Wright, C. Horner, P. Lucas, J. Holmes
N. Bugas. SECOND ROW: T. Taylor, K. Murdock, H. Anderson, B. Murray, B. Snyder, L. Anderson, D. Nelson, C.
Jordon, J. Kessinger, S. Reedy, A. Elliott, M. Smith, B. Jones, P. Flack, S. Jones. THIRD ROW: J. Nystrom, J.
Edmund, C. Green, D. Settetdahl, J. Nelson, D. Vancil, S. Bell, K. Kingery, B. Elliott, S. Taylor, M. Sherrard,
K. Richards, I. Vancil, J. McCurdy. FOURTH ROW: J. Ringberg, B. Edmund, M. Loveridge, N. Mason, K. Johnston,
M. Carlson, S. Lee, C. Litton, L. Franks, J. Kingery, J. Taylor, C. Diggs, L. Elliott, Miss Swanson.
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rion, while Alwood, traili-H
of The season. clo:
with a 75-35 shellackii
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ked the Chargers from -
s first place into a fir:
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even wins against a lr
G0 Cambridge. one of the league's
test teams, moved into a sec-
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Al Wood ops Aledv 65-60
T'tle Game at heffard
BY DICK LOVELACE
SHERRARD - Uncanny
Zcuracy from the free throw
paid big dividends for Al
Aces here last night as the'f
decision over Aledo gave th.
Sherrard Regional title. Tha
:them in the Moline Sectional.
A I gm HW., Jw., 'loose with Three touchdown runslthey-re scheduled to meet Rc
, ......t mtv Liles
ame tied for the lead with 8-11
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s brace of charity tosses
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missed a free throw as '
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baskets out of a
attempts plus fne free
s for 23 pomts Gustafson
again led his sonar'
Fug WW in
The two wins hike the Ace
winning string which started
l with the last game of 1954
I to ll straight. They were 8-0 last
Gene Behnke, a builder of
some rugged teams at Glad-
stone-Oquawka before moving
over to Alllood a couple of
xealq back said before the
for two games, one a 52-yard
punt return against Winola.
Jerry Krueger, veteran
quarterback, has booted 10
out of 10 extra points, passed
to two touchdowns and smash-
ed for one himself ln leading
the Ace offense which may be
the best ln western Illinois
lland next Thursday night.
Twenty-seven of 30 attempts
the charity line, includir
straight, enabled the Aces tr
lout an Aledo margin in H
lscored and hi-lighted the th
lo the season by Alwood o'
this fall l
season opened that lt would
be up to an inexperienced line
as to hon f 1 the Aces nould
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During i956 57 athletic season Alwood compiled a
very respectable standnng in its conference Losing only
one game in football, AlWood took second in the Corn
The basketball team finishing third in the league and
established a 24 7 won lost record for the season, while
taking both the Aledo Invitational ancl Regional Tourney
The sophs took first place an the Cornbelt in both
basketball and football and helped the varsity conslder
ably in the season s final big games
The fans deserve a lot of credit for making this a
victorious season, and we look to them in the future or
added to its lead ln the tomg -,,,g--n,--,fee--m.-,--
sion outscorlng the game against Atkinson a game
1411 and entered the which should see the Ar- e
Kent Lindsey a newcom
er has scored three touch 5
downs to tie Lee for top indl
successive free tus
tLmdsey and a chncher by
wrapped up the verdict an
eglonal trophy for the playe
Al ed to take a
lklngs T p
mlenslve rebounding Dy
p he number of fouls on thi
y hen of both teams had re
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l'ayed'l'arther out thar usua
In the second half the
E omlnated the rebounding
along with Kent Llndse
'lid a fine J
down Alexis Litu
second straight vear that
has placed second in this tt
Jerry Gould led the w
with 19 points and Kent L
do BELL-15" 1 a ln the l00P 1 ' 'V points while Jon
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A a more lm ss 0 s attack as Al
0 1ree throws n -l 3 first place
D9f0le 1 :lace with Orion
lp .aa Bob Lee topped
demon Over Wmola on 11 buckets and Lindsay added
pi ngured as the conference runner 19 points more Jerry Gould had
WK e Aces as Lee scored 22 porn 5
1 2 WNQZOH 4 5 up in preseason ratings Thus img good mgh as he allled 14
Alwoods Aces exploded in the Wgod
last two quarters of play to white i C C68
was Sherrard 340 after leading op E08
on 7 to 0 at the end of the firstfft .y Win
Reynolds picked up its third wml' if',,,,.rSq,, rl al cl
of the campaign by swampmg win 1 Tnlels M Q .mln
less Atkinson 28 0 Next week will ' u mu n is
make or break the Rockets hopes t""l"
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FIRST ROW: Manager Ronnie Hayden, Richard Carlson, Dale Sundberg, Gary Kness, Allan Johnson, Perry Ossian, Delmond Johnson,
Coach Gene Behnke, Cletus Johnson, John Hougland, Roger Sherrard, Tom Page, Philip Huff, Manager Bill Wing. SECOND ROW: Keith
Walker, Jerry Mason, Ed Gullstrand, Glenn Magnuson, Glenn Wind, Roscoe Lowery, Jerry Gould, LeRoy Cathcart, Bud Doxsee, Jerry
Krueger, Gary Lee, Larry Hammerlund, Richard McDowell, David Browning. THIRD ROW. Charles Lenz, Richard Mason, Loren Swihart
Larry Taylor, Larry Bolin, Kent Lindsey, Jim Anderson, Ronnie Lucas, Don McDowell, John Krueger, Jerry McDowell, Jack Lambin,
SCHEDULE AND SCORES
CORNBELT CONFERENCE STANDINGS
AlWood Opp. Team
42 O Reynolds
28 O AlWood
66 O Cambridge
34 O Winola
19 25 Orion
33 13 Joy
51 O Sherrard
212 6 Atkinson
Passes Passes Pass Passes After Yds.!
Att, Comp. Yds. Caught Caught Av,
2 15 8f317f
60 29 321
8 1 30
W L Tied Pct.
6 O 1 .928
6 1 O .2557
5 2 O , 714
4 2 1 .642
2 5 O .286
2 5 O .286
2 5 O .286
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Yds.f Yds.f Ex. pt. f
Av. Av. Total ts.
4512081 4f45f11,2 3f28f46
Bud Doxsee LeRoy Cathcart
Right Tackle Right Guard
Jerry Mason Don McDowell
Left Guard Right Tackle
Allan Johnson Delmond Johnson
Quarterback Right Tackle
Dale Sundbe rg
Richard McDowell Roscoe Lowery
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Dave Browning Richard Mason
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MCR Lambiu John Krueger Charles Lenz
Center -,luarterhack left End
Ierry Mc Dowell
Roger She rrard
Perry Ossian Larry Taylor
Right Halfback Right Halfback
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Richard Carlson Gary Kness
Right Tackle Left Guard
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ROW ONE Tom Gould Glenn Wind Dale Walsten Kenneth Watters, Larry Taylor, Loren Swihart, ROW TWO: Jerry Gould
Gary Lee Kent Lindsey Jim Xnderson Jerry Krueger Roscoe Lowery, Coach Behnke,
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ROW ONE: Roger Setterdahl, Jack Lambin, Bob Scott, Don Johnson, Jim Bailey, Dave Johnson, ROW TWO: David Browning,
Roger Sherrard, John Krueger, Dean Hanson, Phil Huff, Perry Ossian, Coach Behnke.
Dan Hegwood, Assistant Coach Think we'1l wim? We'l1 try! We did' I
1956-57 VARSITY BASKETBALL 1956-57 JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL
AlWood 70 Williomsfield 52 AlWood 69 Williamsfield
AI Wood 68 Knoxville 70 AI Wood 53 Knoxville
AlWood 67 R. O. V.A. 69 AlWood 48 R. O. V.A.
AI Wood 76 AI edo 61 Al Wood 55 AI edo
'AI Wood 47 Sherra rd 25 'Al Wood 68 Sherra rd
'AI Wood 87 Reynolds 54 'AI Wood 49 Reynolds
'Al Wood 76 Joy 67 'AI Wood 64 Joy
'AI Wood 89 Wi nolo 61 'AI Wood 66 Wi nola
'AI Wood 63 Orion 67 'AI Wood 59 Orion
"AI Wood 79 Cam bridge 69 "Al Wood 59 Cam bridge
"AlWood 80 Atkinson 65 fAIWood 62 Atkinson
AlWood 65 Galvc 57 AlWood 40 Galva
'AI Wood 76 Sherra rd 35 "'Al Wood 57 Sherra rd
"AlWood 95 Orion 71 'AlWood 75 Orion
"AlWood 70 Cambridge 84 "'AlWood 47 Cambridge
'AI Wood 75 Reynolds 68 'AI Wood 66 Reynolds
'AI Wood 78 Jo 68 'AI Wood 65 Jo
"AlWood 88 Atkinson 66 "AlWood 81 Atkinson
'AlWood 55 Winolo 75 'AlWood 78 Winola
AI Wood 73 Knoxville 70 Al Wood 65 Knoxville
CORN BELT CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT ALEDO INVITATIONAL TOURNAMENT
AI Wood 77 Winol c 46 AI Wood 79 GI adstone-Oquawka
AlWood 57 Cambridge 62 AlWood 94 Reynolds
AlWood 60 Joy 49 AlWood 53 Aledo
IThird Placel AlWood 73 Little York
REGIONAL TOURNAMENT SECTIONAL TOURNAMENT
AlWood 78 Alexis 48 AlWood 51 Rock Island
AlWood 69 Little York 62
Al Wood 65 AI edo 60
VARSITY BASKETBALL INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS
Player SA SM SHOOTING7: FTA FTM FT7:
Lee 477 186 397: 126 65.877:
J. Gould 410 165 40.27: 149 61 .27:
Lindsey 430 199 46 . 287: 174 66. 67:
Anderson 274 105 38.327 123 61 .87:
T. Gould 218 72 337: 69 78.267
J. Krueger 121 41 347: 45 82.227:
Wind 81 32 39.57: 34 35.37:
Sherrard 64 23 367: 47 667:
'Denotes Conference Games 64
We the members of the class of 1957 bem of sound mrnd and body do hereb make and declare thrs to be our last
w1ll and testament to be read on the eleventh ay of May one thousand nxne hun red and frfty seven
Jrm Anderson w1ll my undyrng sense of humor to Dale Walsten who already had thrs
Harold Barton w1ll my shy quret ways to Garry Peterson and Barry McV1etty
Maxme Carlson w1ll my pepsodent smrle to Joyce Nystrom
Leroy Cathcart w1ll my smash can to John Hougland 1l'l hopes that rt runs for hrm
Don Dahlstrom w1ll my swoony EIVIS Presley ways to Kent Lmdsey provrdmg he s k1nd to my hound dog
Bud Doxsee w1ll my curly harr and my Vaflety of shuts to Leonard Schnowske
Beverly Edmund w1ll my ab1l1ty to attend all school affau-s to Kay Murdock to keep Alwood boomm Y
Ardrth Ellxott w1ll my cheerleadrng abrlxty to Donna Nelson and Dorothy Lambm so they can lead the Aces t vlctory
Laura Franks w1ll my baseball ab1l1ty to Pat Nelson so she ll be the frrst woman to play rn the World Serres
Carol Green w1ll my long pretty harr to Dorothy Vancrl
Ronnre Hayden w1ll my abrlrty to get my book reports rn on trme to Bob Neer and Tom Page
Janet Holmes w1ll my abxlrty to wear a sxze 13 class rmg to any Junror gxrl who wants one
Carol Horner w1ll my talkatrve ways to Tw1la Taylor
Jean Hughes wrll m w1t and scholastlc ab1l1ty to Helen Anderson to lead the Jun1ors to further herghts
Barbara Johnson wll my never fallxng coura e to the whole Jumor Class
Shrrley Jones w1ll my love for a town 12 m1 es north of Alpha to Martha McDowell who also l1kes out of town boys
Denme Jordan w1ll my black halr and dark complex lon to Loren Swlhart
Glenn Kapple w1ll my love for out of town gtrls to Ed Gullstrand
Judy Kmgery will my ab1l1t as a soda jerk to Shulene Ta lor who IS already learnrng the trade
Jerry Krueger w1ll m love or Englxsh class to Francrs Stu 1
Deanna Lambert wrl my frlendly manner to Barbara Ellrott who already has xt
Gary Lee w1ll my energetxc ways to Leroy Luallen
Carolyn L1tton w1ll my vo1ce rn the pep sectron to Susan Bell to cheer the Aces onward
Myra Loverxdge w1ll my ab1l1t to rod our Chevrolet to my brother larry
Roscoe Lowery w1ll my love or a Wrnola glrl to Allan Johnson On second thought I thmk I ll keep II
Patsy Lucas w1ll my bxg brown eyes and freckles to Duane Bodeen
Ronme Lucas w1ll m love for readrng encyclopedlas to Rlchard McCurdy
Don McDowell w1ll my sc1ent1f1c mmd to Rrchard Horner m hopes he 11 keep up my good record
Rlchard McDowell wrll my famous speed to Leroy Johnson
Glen Magnuson w1ll m wrsdom to Delmond Johnson and Dean Morland
Jerry Mason w1ll my p ace on the honor roll to Cletus Johnson
Jud Nelson w1ll my abrlrty to catch a man to Nancy Bugos
Rut Nelson wall my desxre to be a nurse to Laura Brrnker
Judy Rhodenbaugh wxll my band umform to Gary Halsted rn hopes that ll frts
Doroth Setterdahl w1ll my abrlxty to get along Wlth everyone to Larry Plunkett
Rrchar Strandberg w1ll my herght to Larry Bohn
Imogene Vancrl wxll my Job as a WBIUCSS to Helen Wrrght
Monte Voss w1ll my chatterxng manner to Larry Hammerlund and Gary Wrng
Laurence Ward w1ll my love for ag class to Terry Swanson and Dale Caulkms rn hopes they ll make future farmers
Ken Watters w1ll my good looks and brams to Larry Taylor
Glenn Wrnd w1ll my ab1l1ty to keep trarnrng rules to Tom and Jerry Gould
B111 Wrng w1ll my 0ff1C6 1n student councrl to Judy Edmund
Jack Zu1dema w1ll my crazy horn to Karleen Larson
Larry Kerrlck w1ll my lev1s cowboy boots and Texas drawl to John Pollock
To our farthful teachers we w1ll
MISS Swanson our dlrty P E clothes and unlearned basketball rules
Mrs McGaughy our weekly speeches and the beloved Macbeth
Coach Behnke all the broken trammg rules and ourselves Amerrcan problems
Mr Brownmg all the broken test tubes and our constant grumblmg
Mlss Snapp our mcredlble houses burned food and clothes that never f1t
Mrs Swanson all of our typrng errors practrce sets and the last mmute annual deadlrnes we managed to meet
Halnlme all the mrsplaced screwdrlvers wrenches hammers etc
Gelger our quret trrps to Kansas Clty
Metzger our class meetm s
Rlggle our sour notes and ost musrc
Mrs Mrller the holes from all the doughnuts we enjoyed ln 56 and 57
ln WIUICSS thereof we the sard class of 57 have hereto subscrrbed and affrxed our seal on thls eleventh day of May
one thousand nrne hundred and frfty seven A D
Class of 57
MICKEY Mouse Club Members
Compl imnets of Compliments of
HUGHES BEAUTY SHOP ACE'S BARBER SHOP
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CLASS OF 57 HOLDS REUNION AT HAVEN CLUB
A reun1on of the class of 1957 was held recently at the exclusrve Haven Nrght Club Rrchard Strandberg the owner
was host to the entrre class and your rovrng socrety reporter for the Da1ly Mrrror Carolyn Lrtton, was there enjoymg the
As I entered I ran rnto Glenn Magnuson who was wearrng hrs medal of frrst place wrnner rn a recent hog callrng
champronshrp rn Crrpple Creak Mrssourr He gave me a sample of hrs prrze wrnnrng call to my delrght
I decrded to look around for a whrle and rn dorng so I passed by the krtchen I took a qurck glance rnsrde and saw
Leroy Cathcart and Bud Doxsee whrpprng up the delrcrous food for the event They told me that they now own half
rnterest rn a pizza factory and are dorng a booming busrness whrle walkrng rnto the drmng room I met M.r and Mrs
Glen Wrnd Glen rs a professronal stock car drrver and has never lost a race Mrs Wrnd the fonner Janet Holmes
works at the track as head mechanrc
The head walter Glenn Kapple showed me to a table at whrch Larry Kerrrck and B111 Wrng were srttrng Larry rs one
of the promrnent frgures rn the Texas orl rndustry B111 rs hrs banker and also rs presrdent of the bulgrest bank rn Texas
Dune Land Musrc provrded by Jack Zurdema s band, was enjoyed before drnner Jack has made several recordrngs
whrch are popular throughout the natron
I chatted wrth Kenny Watters whrle I enJoyed drnner Kenny runs the New York Water Works, Commonly known as
Watter s Water Works
Jerry Mason Rrchard McDowell and Lawrence Ward sat at a prrvate table Jerry Dean of Harvard College Rrchard
a noted bram surgeon and Lawrence a profrcrent stock broker were drscussrng therr mterestmg professrons
I heard a resoundmg commotron and looked around to see Donald Dahlstrom rn the mrddle of a crowd He was cam
pargmng for re electron to Congress where he holds the record of erghty two hours of frlrbustermg
In the crowd I notrced Ardrth Ellrott and Judy Krngery who head a charn of beauty salons across the natron and manu
facture the latest styles rn toupees and wrgs
Laura Franks was vrsrtrng wrth them about her new brand of square frankfurters made by her company Franks furters
Someone tapped me on the shoulder I turned to see rt was Shrrley Jones and Jean Hughes They are both recent wrn
ners of a televrsron Qurz Show called The Unlucky Guess Therr subject was the habrts of the Amerrcan ant
I had hardly found out whrch ant was of the smartest varrety when I saw Judy Rhodenbaugh and Dorothy Setterdahl who
rarse kangaroos rn Australra enter They hada pet kangaroo wrth them on a charn whrch pulled them around rather than
they leadmg rt around
I saw a good lookrng very drgnrfred man dressed rn a tuxedo and when I came closer I found rt was Jrm Anderson
He told me that he rs Dean of an all grrl college and that the age lrmrt was erghteen to twenty one He seemed to be
good health and happy wrth hrs Job Jerry Kruger came by and I found he was coachrng the basketball team at the college
where Irm rs
Nearby sat Monte Voss and Dennre Jordon who were talkrng over therr sales productron for the last month They own
the largest Cadrllac dealershrp rn the country
Ronnre Lucas and Harold Barton stopped me just as I was gorng rnto the ballroom for the entertarnment Ronnre and
Harold have Just came back from therr latest trrp to Afrrca
The program began wrth a barrtone solo by Ronald Hayden currently wrth the Metropolrtan Opera Company
Carol Horner and Carol Green sang therr latest hrt recordrng Who put the overalls rn Mrs Murphy s chowder whrch
has just passed the mrllron mark rn sales
Beverly Edmund went through her Jugglmg act for whrch she rs rntematronally famous throughout the world
Deanna Lambert and Patrrcra Lucas presented therr trarned seal act whrch recently was on the televrsron show rg
The entertarnment ended wrth an oratron by Roscoe Lowery on the dangers of rcebergs rn the Artrc Sea Roscoe rs a
Rear Admiral rn charge of Polar exploratrons rn the Artrc Sea for the Unrted States Navy
I chatted wrth Janrce McCurdy Judy Nelson and Imogene Vancrl who are happrly marrred All they talked about
was therr darlrng chrldren and therr husbands
Gary Lee approached me rn the lobby and told me how he had broken the world s record rn the decathlon rn the
Olymprcs recently held rn Moscow Russra
Myra Loverldge and Ruth Nelson also stopped to Chai They Just sold therr patented left handed can opener for over
one mrllron dollars
Barbara Johnson and Maxrne Carlson stopped me and chatted about therr new resort rn Hawau They now have frfty
seven resorts scattered throughout the world
lust as l was leavrng I was Jorned by Donald McDowell who owns a taxr company Thrs company rs the only company
wrth Cadrllac convertrbles exclusrvely rn the fleet
So ended a very enyoyable evenrng
Compl rments of Compliments of
BERGSTROM SEED 81 FEED CO MCKEE DINER
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Thanks are in order for the many people who have made this year-
book possible. The businessmen of the Community District 0225 have,
by their contributions, aided us financially in constructing this story
of the school year i956-57. It has been an eventful year and we have
endeavored to preserve parts of it in our Album. Again, we have had
to rely on the cooperation of all junior and senior high faculty mem-
bers, students, board members, and administration.
Our photographer, Mr. Lenox, has contributed most of the pic-
tures, and has made a special effort to help us meet every deadline
THE CLASS OF 1957
7 4 ngxiffifv
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About 600 AlWood fans
followed the team to the
Wharton Fieldhouse In Moline
to see them play Rock Island
ln the sectional tournament
AlWood won second rn
the Cornbelt Conference
Track Meet at Cambridge
Although the track season
comes too late In the year to
be Included In the regular
yearbook these track action
shots were all snapped at
that Cambridge meet
Commencement - l 957
if rv-Y F
Building for Tomorrow
Aqua and Silver
Janice McCurdy, class president, presents to Mr. Metzger
the class gift to the school. The gift was a group of spring-
flowering trees to be planted on the new high school lawn
in memory of Barbara Johnson.
Dr. Nicholas Nyaradi,
Chairman of Department of
Economics at Bradley
University, speaks on "Shall
We Survive. "
Shirley Jones and Myra
Loveridge receive their
awards as valedictorian
and salutatorian of the i957
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Carolyn Litton and
Glenn Wind receive
their American Legion
Awards from Clyde
The seniors and faculty
were entertained by the
juniors at the annual
junior-senior prom on 'fl ll .
May TO. ll X
Senior Belles The dinner hour '
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Don, Sandra, John, Cletus Barbara Swihart and Bonita Snapp
The seniors enioyed
two days in Chicago on
May 24 and 25.
Ardith and Judy K. braved the terrors
of the parachute drop.
Ready to go home? Almost!
WOODH ULL CO-OP
Nothing to do at Riverview? How do we get out of here?'? GRAIN COMPANY
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"OUR GOAL- -SUCCESS"
BLUE AND WHITE
WHITE TEA ROSE
Dewayne Magnuson Dennis Whimpev
Eugene Malcolm Dale Willett
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AIWood Album Supplement
Here we are back again with our record of the last days of '58, Before we go on,
we wish to thank all of you who cooperated to make this yearbook possible. The
faculty members were very patient as we barged into their classes to get people for
pictures. Almost everyone showed up promptly for pictures.
To Mr. Lenox, our photographer, we give a special thank you for his many trips out
here to cover special events.
Be sure to attach these pages to your 1957-58 book and be sure to order a 1958-59
Cornbelt Conference Track Meet
Judy Edmund Helen Anderson
Reverend Charles Willey
speaking on "Generations of
Jerry Gould, class president,
presents senior class gift to
Clyde Peterson presents D.A.R. Award and
American Legion Good Citizenship Award to
Helen Anderson and Duane Bodeen.
receives award for
twelve years per-
from Mr. Fischer.
Donna Jo Nelson
Terry Dean Swanson
Class Colors Class Motto Class FIOWGI'
Scarlet and white To be, rather than to seem Scarlet Carnation
Evening in Paris
Barbara and Shxrlene and then French wa1ter Muslc was by Ray Alfaro
Kay, Helen, Judy, Manlyn, Joyce and Judy Pat, 511538, Helen, Dorothy, DOHH21 Jo
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