Alwood High School - Alwood Album Yearbook (Woodhull, IL)

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"tHE ALBUM STAFFFOREWORD We, the members of the Album Staff, proudly present the 1959 Album. We have worked long and hard, hoping to make this the best book ever published at AlWood High School. The theme we have chosen for this year's annual is "The AlWood Spirit."TABLE OF CONTENTS Dedication........................................................4 Administration....................................................5 Seniors......................................................... 11 Underclassmen....................................................21 Juniors..........................................................22 Sophomores.......................................................24 Freshmen.........................................................26 Junior High......................................................28 Organizations....................................................31 Activities.......................................................51 Sports...........................................................63 Supplement..................................................... .75 3THE ALWOOD SPIRIT "ACE" A1 Wood has a real school spirit, and we’ve nicknamed him "Ace." You can find him in the classes and most every other place. At all our games and rallies it's very plain to see That "Ace" is there a'cheering along with you and me. Now, sometimes when the going's rough you wonder if he's around, But if you look you'll find him and forget you ever frowned. So to this elusive little guy we dedicate our book. "Ace" will live on at AlWood wherever you may look. 4ADMINISTRATIONTHIS IS OUR BOARD OF EDUCATION ... Benjamin Downs President VV o' d Jo 0 . .. AND THIS 18 OUR ADMINISTRATION O' Sec 3oWV ct»ftet Anna Padavich School Treasurer ow to J ?c DO NOT DISTURB - M. D. Mainline Industrial Arts American Problems Bonita Wind Home Economics Ruth Bloomberg English III Girls' P.E. Louis Browning Biology, Physics Chemistry Albert Miller History, Coach Irene McGaughy Latin, English IV Librarian Estelle Miller Don Riggle Choral Music BandTEACHERS AT WORK Walter Minder General Science Coach Ruth Mason School Nurse Home Nursing Gene Behnke Mathematics Coach Edith Johnson and Lucille Bergstrom Commercial Richard Geiger AgricultureTHEY WORK BEHIND THE SCENES BUS DRIVERS Jack Epperson, Dale Nelson, Chic Anderson, Asa McFarlin, Howard Like, Everett Ward, John Bubon, Virgil Bodeen, A1 Mason, Fay Bell. 10SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS President........................................John Krueger V. President..........................Roger Sherrard Secretary............................ Karen Kingery Treasurer . . ...........................Phil Huff Reporter...............................Judy Kessinger S. C. Representatives................ Perry Ossian Dale Sundberg SENIORSJOHN KRUEGER PHILIP HUFF "Phil" Football, Basketball, Track, Class Officer, Chorus, Band, FFA 1,2,3,4; Honor Society 3,4; Annual Staff 4; Class Play 3; Student Council 1,3; FFA Officer 3,4, Section III Officer 4; Minstrel Show 2,3,4, Double Quartet 2,3; Brass Quartet 2, Brass Sextet 1, Trombone Quartet 3; Paper Staff 1 OUR SENIOR CLASS OUTSTANDING SENIORS Each year the American Legion presents two Good Citizenship Awards to a boy and a girl from the senior class. This year these awards were given to John Krueger and Kay Johnston on the basis of their dependability, service, leadership, and unselfish loyalty to American ideals. Kay was also honored by receiving the Daughters of the American Revolution Award because of her outstanding qualities. BARBARA JONES "Barb" Chorus 1,2,3,4; Honor Society 3,4; Annual Staff 3,4, Co-Editor 4; Class Play 3; FHA 1; Pep Club 2,3,4; Library Club 3,4, Officer 3, President 4, ISLA State Treasurer4; GAA 2,3,4 FTA 2,3,4; Girls' Chorus 3, Quartet 4, Double Quartet 2,3, Minstrel Show 4; Paper Staff 1 KAY JOHNSTON DONALD JOHNSON "Don" Basketball 1,2,4; Football 1; Paper Staff 1 12SMALL BUT MIGHTY DONALD LITTON "Don" Football 1,3,4;FFA 2,3,4, National Convention 4; Paper Staff 1. GARY KNESS "Kanob" Football, Chorus 1,2,3,4;Basketball 1; Paper Staff 1; FFA 1,2,3, Officer 3; Boys' Quartet 2, Minstrel Show 2,3,4. KAREN KINGERY "Jeanie" Chorus, FHA 1,2,3,4; Honor Society 3,4; Annual Staff 3,4; Paper Staff 1,4; Class Officer 1,3,4; Student Council 1,4; Homecoming Queen 4, Queen's Attendant 3, Cheerleader 1,2,4; Class Play 3; Majorette 3,4; FHA Officer 1,3,4;Pep Club 2,3,4, President 3,4; GAA 2,3,4; Student Librarian 4, Library Club 4; Girls' Chorus 3. BARBARA SNYDER "Barb" Chorus 1,2,3,4; Class Play 3; Spanish Club 1; Girls' Chorus 3; Marshal-lites 1; FHA 2; GAA 1,2,3,4; Pep Club 2,3,4. ROGER SHERRARD "Lefty" Football, Basketball, Track, Student Council, Band, FFA 1,2,3,4; Honor Society 3,4; Annual Staff 4; Paper Staff 1; Class Officer 1,2,4; FFA Officer 2,3, President 4; Homecoming Attendant 4; Class Play 3; Student Council Officer 1, State Convention Delegate 3; Clarinet Quartet 2,3, Woodwind Trio 2,3. DALE SUNDBERG "Sunny" Football, Chorus 1,2,3,4; Annual Staff 4; Student Council 4; Class Officer 4; Homecoming Attendant 2,4; Basketball Manager 1; Paper Staff 1; Minstrel Show 2,3,4; Class Play 3. 13BERNARD VERSCHA "Burnsie" FFA 1,2,3,4; Football 3; Chorus 1; Paper Staff 1. RICHARD CARLSON "Farmer" Football. FFA 1,2,3,4; Honor Soci-ety3,4; Class Play 3; Class Officer 3: Student Council 2,3,4, Officer 3. President 4, State Convention Delegate 3; Annual Staff 3,4; Homecoming Attendant 1,3; FFA Officer 2,4, President 3, State Officer 4; Basketball 1; Paper Staff 1. GRADUATION - JUST BONNIE McCAW "Bone" Chorus 1,2,3,4; Annual Staff 4; Class Play 3; Paper Staff l;Pep Club 2,3,4; GAA 2,3,4; FHA 1; Library Club 4; Student Librarian 4; FTA 2,3,4; DRY District Secretary 4; Girls’ Chorus 3. GARY MUNSON Football 1; FFA 1,2,3,4; Paper Staff 1. JUDY KESSINGER "Kass" FHA 1,2,3,4; Annual Staff 4; Class Officer 4; Paper Staff 1; Homecoming Attendant 4; Pep Club 2,3,4;GAA 2,3,4; FHA Officer 3,4; Chorus 1,2,4, Girls' Chorus 4. 14 i w sk PERRY OSSIAN "Peanut" Football, Basketball, Track, Chorus 1,2,3,4; Class Play 3; Class Officer 4; Annual Staff 4; Student Council 4; Minstrel Show 2,3,4.AROUND THE CORNER JOHN KRUEGER "Krogle" Football, Basketball, Track, Class President, Student Council, Band, Sax Quartet 1,2,3,4; Honor Society 3,4; Annual Staff 3,4; Class Play 3; Homecoming King 4, Attendant 3, King 1; Student Council President 1; Paper Staff 1 ROGER SETTER DAHL "Setts" LOUISE ELLIOTT "Squeeze" Chorus, FHA 1,2,3,4; Annual 4; Class Officer 2; Class Play 3; Student Council 2,3, State Convention Delegate 2; GAA 2,3,4, Officer 3, President 4; FHA Officer 1,3; Pep Club 2,3,4,Officer4;Girls’ Chorus 3 MARY LYNN SMITH "Lyndy" Pep Club 2,3,4; GAA 1,2,4; FHA 1; Y-Teens 1; Dramatics 1; Freshman Tour 1; Chorus 1,2,4, Sextet 2 KEITH WALKER Football,FFA 1,2,3,4; Paper Staff 1 ROBERT LUCAS "George" Football 1; Paper Staff 1 Chorus, Band, FFA 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,4; Football 1; Annual Staff 4; Double Quartet 2,3, Minstrel Show 2,3,4; FFA Officer 3,4WE ALWAYQ HAVE CHARLES LENZ "Chuck" Chorus 1,2,3,4;Football 1,2,3; Basketball 1; Track 1; Double Quartet 2,3, Minstrel Show 2,3,4. I RICHARD MAHER FFA 2,3,4; Football 1; Paper Staff 1. CAROLE DIGGS "Digger" Chorus, Band, Cheerleader, Homecoming Attendant, FHA 1,2,3,4; Honor Society 3,4; Annual Staff 4; Paper Staff 1,4; Student Council 1,3, Officer 1; Class Play 3; Class Officer 1,3; Pep Club 2,3,4; FT A 4; GAA 2,3,4, Officer 3,4; Girls' Chorus 3; Quartet 4, Officer 4; Clarinet Quartet 1,2,3; Minstrel Show 4. LAVONA ANDERSON "L.A." Band, FHA 1,2,3,4; Annual Staff 4; Pep Club 2,3,4; FHA Officer 13, President4; GAA 2,3,4; Horn Quartet 3; Chorus 1,2,3,4, Girls' Chorus 3; Paper Staff 1. 16 MIX IT RICHARD MASON "Mace" Football 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1; Annual Staff 4; Paper Staff 1. DEAN HANSON "Hont " Football, Basketball, Track 1,2,3,4: Paper Staff 1; Chorus 1,2, Minsirei Show 2.HOMEWORK WITH FUN RICHARD NYSTROM Chorus, FFA 1,2,3,4; Paper Staff 1; Minstrel Show 2,3,4. DAVID BROWNING "Louie" Football,Track 1,2,3,4; Basketball 2; Honor Society 3,4; Annual Staff 4; Class Play 3; Paper Staff 1. - BUT WE NANCY MASON "Smace" Chorus, Majorette, FHA 1,2,3,4; Honor Society 3,4; Annual Staff 3,4; Class Play 3; Paper Staff 1,4; PepClub 2,3,4, Officer 3; FHA Officer 2,4; Student Librarian 4, Library Club4, Officer 4; GAA 2,3,4; Officer 3; FTA 4, Officer 4; Girls' Chorus 3, Trio 2,3, Quartet 2,3, Minstrel Show 3,4. MARY SHERRARD Chorus, Band, FHA 1,2,3,4; Honor Society 3,4;Class Officer 3, President 1; Student Council 1,3, Secretary 1; Annual Staff 4, Co-Editor 4; Paper Staff 1; GAA 2,3,4, Officer 3; FHA Officer 3,4, President 1, Section X Officer 4; Pep Club 2,3,4, Officer 4; FTA 3,4, Officer 3, President 4; Flute Quartet 1,2, Woodwind Trio 2,3 ; Sextet 2, Double Quartet 3. DAVID JOHNSON "Davie" Basketball 1,2,4;Football 1; Track 1; Football Manager 4; Paper Staff 1; Chorus 1,2, Minstrel Show 2. ROBERT SCOTT "Bob" Basketball 1,2; Football 1; Track 1,4; Paper Staff 1.THESE MOMENTS - OURS TO REMEMBER JIM BAILEY "Beetle" Chorus, FFA 1,2,3,4; FFA Reporter 1,4; Football 4; Basketball 1,2,4; Track 1,4; Football Manager 1; Minstrel Show 2,3,4. PATSY FLACK Chorus 1,2; CAA 2,3,4; FHA 1; Library Club 4, Student Librarian 4; Pep Club 2,3. GENE BARCHUK Football 4; Track 2,3,4; Class Play 3; FFA 2,3; Minstrel Show 2,3,4, Chorus 2,3,4, Vice President 4, Boys' Double 3, Boys' Quartet 3. KAY JOHNSTON Chorus, Band, FHA 1,2,3,4; Class Play 3, Student Council 4, Officer 4; Annual Staff 4; Honor Society 3,4; Paper Staff 1; Athletic Banquet Co-Chairman 3,4; Pep Club 2,3,4, Officer 3, FHA Officer 1,3,4; Library Club 3,4, Officer 3,4; DRY District President 4; CAA 2,3; Chorus Officer 3, President 4; Girls' Chorus 2,3,4, Quartet 3,4, Trio 2,3, Accompanist 2,3, Minstrel Show 2,3,4; Brass Quintet 2, Horn Quartet 3. JACK LAMBIN Chorus, Football 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2, Track 1,2; Minstrel Show 2,3,4, Boys' Double 3, Boys' Quartet 2.BEST LOOKING MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED Dean and Carole Farmer and Barb WE HAVE OUR OWN HALL OF FAME BEST ALL-AROUND FRIENDLIEST Dale and Kay WITTIEST Perry and KassOH, THOSE DEADLY DEADLINES! THE STAFF Co-Editors: Mary Sherrard Barbara Jones Assistant Editors; Nancy Mason Carole Diggs Bonnie McCaw Karen Kingery Louise Elliott Sports: John Krueger Roger Sherrard Richard Carlson Art: Perry Ossian Photography: Louise Elliott Roger Setterdahl Music: Kay Johnston Gene Barchuk Sales: Phil Huff Richard Mason Dale Sundberg David Browning Judy Kessinger Lavona Anderson Roger Setterdahl Junior Editors: Judy Bowman Diane Bodeen Marilyn Barlow Darwin Swanson Rollin Setterdahl Perry hard at work on the "Ace." 20UNDERCLASSMEN1960 - HERE PRESIDENT Diane Bodeen Lanny Turner Pat Clarke Robert Litton Georgia Wells V. PRESIDENT Rollin Setterdahl John Anderson Janet McLaughlin Ronnie Buban SEC.-TREAS. Judy Bowman Danny Genisio Jim Nelson Florence Johnson S. C. REP. Marilyn Bar low Shirley Munson Tom Strandberg Janice Aden Darwin Swanson S. C. RFP. Karolyn Watters Gary Hammerlund 9 Jh Virginia Gulden opf John Peterson Virginia HammondWE COME Ronnie Zuidema Diane Bushnell Bolin Nancy Miller Steve DesCamps Millie Rex Marvin Taylor Susan Johnson Jim Krueger Alice Vancil Judy Cathcart Louis Corlis Joan Briggs Don Neer Caroline Pople Roliin Swanson Donita Peterson Harvey Carlson Dick Dahl No picture available Mike Lowery No picture available Bill Stull No picture available1961 WILL BE Bob PRESIDENT V. PRESIDENT SECRETARY TREASURER McDowell Don Conrad Charles Rhodes Johnston Lundblad Lindsey Liggett Lester Zuidema Susan Plunkett Bill Ringberg Jean Vermeire Ronnie Linda Horner Holdsworth Joan Watters Tommy Nelson Gaylen Elliott Jacqueline Anderson Sandra Shattuck Mike Roller Kendall Johnson Barb Johnson Maryetta Whimpey Jim Broyning Terry Strandberg Sandra MurrayTHEIR BIG YEAR Jim Anderson Loretta Archie Johnson Samuelson Nancy Erickson Carl Carlson Doris Wind Judy Gary Carol Arlo Shirley Bill Thayer Barton Munson Halsey Swanson Halsey Sally June Re Ida Elizabeth Lanora Mary Pople Erlandson Caulkins Connelly Drake Sundberg 251962 - THEY WILL PRESIDENT Linda Edmund V. PRESIDENT Robert Carlson SECRETARY Loretta Turner Ml Tom Horner Sandra Lindsey Bob Snyder Patsy Molberg Bill Reedy Rosalie Huff Ronnie Bateman Gloria Johnson Jerry Ann Shannon McCurdyBE THROUGH TREASURER Richard Peterson STUDENT COUNCIL Phyllis Guldenzopf STUDENT COUNCIL Steve Johnson Larry Hanson Mary Nelson Bob Lee Katheryn Litton Willis KirklandEIGHT R, ROW I: Roger Miller, Richard Arnold, Larry Luallen, Leland Barlow, Terry Anderson, Jim McCaw, Lois Neer, Marlene Peterson, Andy Strandberg. ROW II: Donald Swihart, Jennifer Jones, Gene Stull, Robert Bain-bridge, Clifford Montgomery, Shirley Larson, Linda Litton, Clarus Nelson, Eugene Clarke, Gary Taylor. ROW III: Mr. Roberts, Jeanine Engstrom, Mary Erickson, Sherrill Liggett, Ricky Moe, Wanda Spencer, Kathy Bolin, Judy Brown, Norma Carlson, Shirley Swanson, Dennis Kerschieter. Miss Mott EIGHT M, ROW I: Gary Miller, Gene Merideth, Jane Stull, Patricia Diggs, bally Page, Dick Borg, David Roller, Calvin McLaughlin, Stephen Hazelwood. ROW II: Miss Mott, Virginia Flack, Diane Wilson, Shirley Pitts, Judy Holdsworth, Mary Cudd, Allen Elliott, Bonnie Nelson, Janice Nelson, Judy Bailey. ROW III: Larry Evard, Danny Carlson, Ray Olsen, Lyle Wind, Noel Voss, Diane Rice, Frances Huff, Carol Seaton, Barbara Johnson. Mr. Roberts THEY HAVE TO PLAN ANDSEVEN S, ROW I: Robert Zuidema, Kay Beth Nelson, Turrie Alison, Carolyn Cole, Dennis Barman, Robert Thayer, Rodney Peterson, David Haden, Julie Wing, Shirley Tayler. ROW II: Steve Humphrey, Gary Murdock, Sidney Peterson, Diane Hendrikson, Shirley Franks, Sharon Dye, Barbara Ward, Diane Sullivan, Linda Vanover, Sharon Vancil, Connie Ingram. ROW III: Mrs. Shetler, Joyce Dahl, Dennis Anderson, Bill Plunkett, Marvin Isaacson, Sandra Lundeen, Connie Kessinger, Leland Johnson, Gregory Miller, Charles Denesio. THE FUTURE PREPARE FOR Mrs. Shetler Mrs. Johnson SEVEN J, ROW I: Tommy Edmond, Charles Lawson, Jerry McVietty, Christine Johnson, Sharon Munson, Donna Bodeen, Tanya Picard, Patsy Kessinger, Julie Rogers. ROW II: Lonnie Thayer, Sherrill Lindsey, Roger Johnston, Vernon Setterdahl, George Sherrard, Dave Lundahl, Craig Anderson, Cynthia Johnson, Hazel Greenman, Beverly Lucas. ROW III: Mrs. Johnson, Duane McMeekan, Barbara Larson, Karen Otten, Kathy Jones, Susan Hemstrom, Karen Horine, Richard Swanson, James Hammerlund, Dale Doubler.STUDENT COUNCIL--SEATED: Jeanine Engstrom, Judy Holdsworth, Shirley Swanson, Sherill Lindsey, Barb Larson, Shirley Franks. STANDING: Greg Miller, Steve Humphrey, George Sherrard, Craig Anderson, Sidney Peterson, David Roller, Terry Anderson, Donald Swihart, Mr. Roberts. WE HAVE ACTIVITIES, TOO 8th TEAM, ROW 1: Calvin McLaughlin, Larry Evard, Leland Barlow, Dick Arnold, David Roller, Terry Anderson, Clarus Nelson, Larry Luallen. ROW II: Dick Borg, Dennis Kerschie-ter, Lyle Wind, Donald Swihart, Gary Taylor, Paul Shepard, Andy Strandberg, Mr. Minder. 7th TEAM, ROW 1: Calvin McLaughlin, Craig Anderson, George Sherrard, Charles Lawson, Jim Hammerlund, Dave Lundahl, Tom Edmund, Duane McMeekan, Richard Swanson. ROW II: Dick Borg, Sidney Peterson, Steve Humphrey, Bill Plunkett, Craig Miller, Noel Cain, Roger Johnston, Andy Strandberg, Mr. Minder. 8th CHEERLEADERS: Shirley Swanson, Jeanine Engstrom, Judy Brown, Janice Nelson (absent). 7th CHEERLEADERS: Tanya Picard, Sherrill Lindsey, Barb Larson, Sandy Lundeen.ORGANIZATIONSPresident . . V. President Sec., Treas. Reporter . . STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS .............................Richard Carlson ..............................Judy Bowman ..............................Kay Johnston ..............................Diane Bodeen THEY MAKE DECISIONS LEFT TO RIGHT: C. Nelson, H. Carlson, M. Barlow, J. Krueger, A. Fischer, R. Sherrard, K. Watters, D. Johnston, K. Kingery, R. Carlson, K. Johnston, J. Bowman, D. Sundberg, J. Vermeire, P. Ossian, K. Swanson, R. Carlson, D. Bodeen, S. Johnson, P. Guldenzopf, R. Carlson, L. Edmund. 32ROW Is Mrs. McGaughy, J. Peterson, B. Jones, M. Sherrard, N. Mason, B. McCaw, C. Diggs, R. Setterdahl, D. Swanson. ROW II: R. Overstreet, P. Clarke, C. Nelson, A. Vancil, C. Pople, J. Aden, J. McLaughlin, F. John son, J. Nelson, M. Norberg. ROW III: R. Reedy, J. Bowman, N. Miller, S. Pople, K. Swanson, M. Hughes, N. Erickson, T. Horner, R. Sipes. ROW IV: T. Smith, L. Drake, E. Walsten, K. Bredberg, J. Anderson, J. Larson, L. Hanson. ROW V: R. Barman, B. Johnson, A. Fischer, D. Maher, G. Johnson, B. Lee, W. Kirkland. F. T. A. WILL LEAD THE WAY F.T.A, OFFICERS PRESIDENT........................ V. PRESIDENT..................... SECRETARY........................ TREASURER........................ HISTORIAN........................ PARLIAMENT ARIAN................. REPORTER......................... SONG LEADER...................... STUDENT COUNCIL.................. . . Mary Sherrard . . .Nancy Mason . . . Nancy Miller Elizabeth Walsten , . . Alice Fischer . . Judy Bowman . . . Janice Aden .... Pat Clarke . . Connie Nelson 33WE ARE THE FUTURE ROW I: Bill Ringberg, Robert Carlson, Steve Johnson, Randy Larson, Richard Peterson, Dean Sullivan, Ronnie Meridith, Carl Johnson, Robert Carlson. ROW II: Harvey Carlson, Gary Munson, Richard Maher, Richard Nys-trom, Phil Huff, Bernard Verscha, Jim Bailey, Roger Sherrard, Don Litton, Robert Litton, Richard Carlson, Keith Walker, Kenny Barman, Roger Setterdahl, Archie Samuelson, Dale Peterson, Randy Barman, Carl Carlson. The AlWood Chapter of Future Farmers of America won several awards this year. In the Sectional Soil Judging and Parliamentary Procedure contests, the Soil Judging Team, composed of Dale Peterson. Carl Carlson, Archie Samuelson. Robert Carlson, and Bill Ringberg, won first place as did the Parliamentary Procedure team. This team consisted of Richard Carlson, Roger Sherrard, Phil Huff, Don Litton, and Jim Bailey. In Public Speaking, Phil Huff placed second in the Sectional’s Prepared Speech contest. Richard Carlson placed second in the State Extemporaneous contest. At the State Convention, Richard Carlson was elected Vice-President and Phil Huff was elected Secretary-Treasurer of Section III. President .... Vice-President . Secretary .... Treasurer .... Reporter........ Student Council Sentinel....... OFFICERS .................Roger Sherrard ................Roger Setterdahl ....................Phil Huff ..............Richard Carlson .....................Jim Bailey ................Harvey Carlson ................Robert CarlsonFARMERS OF AMERICA Below are some of the calves owned by members of the Calf Club. Phil Huff, Richard Carlson, Roger Sherrard, and Keith Walker. The ninth annual Boar Show and Sale held October 21, 1958 netted a gross receipt of $5045.00. The Grand Champion Boar owned by Roger Sherrard, sold for $140.00. The Reserve Champion Boar is owned by Roger Setterdahl. Seven F.F.A. members sold boars. They were Roger Sherrard, Roger Setterdahl, Richard Carlson, Bernard Verscha, Don Litton, Dale Peterson and Robert Carlson. The boars sold for an average of $107.30. Roger Sherrard, Dale Peterson, and Don Litton. 35ROW I: M. Sherrard, N. Mason, C. Diggs, L. Anderson, K. Kingery, J. Kessinger, L. Elliott, K. Johnston, Mrs. Wind. ROW 2: N. Weech, D. Bushnell, D. Peterson, J. Aden, J. Bowman, C. Nelson, C. Pople, J. McLaughlin, N. Miller. ROW 3: V. Hammond, S. Munson, D. Pugh, L. Edmund, B. Hammerlund, S. Lindsey, A. McCurdy, K. Litton, M. Hughs, P. Guldenzoph. ROW 4: P. Clarke, V. Guldenzoph, L. Drake, J. Anderson, S. Plunket, B. Johnson, H. Stagner, M. Sundberg. ROW 5: D. Bodeen, J. Briggs, R. Caulkins, J. Thayer, K. Bredburg, E. Walsten, L. Johnson, S. Shattuck, L. Bland, M. Whimpey, B. Metzner, A. Fischer. ROW 6: J. Cathcart, E. Lenz, E. Connelly, K. Swanson, D. Wind, J. Vermiere, S. Pople, C. Munson, N. Erickson. FHA OFFICERS President.....................Lavona Anderson Vice President....................Diane Bodeen Secretary................................Nancy Mason Treasurer........................Connie Nelson Chr. of Degrees................Kay Johnston Chr. of Recreation.............Nancy Miller Chr. of Projects...............Judy Kessinger Chr. of Publicity Book.........Nancy Weech Chr. of Public Relations..................Joan Briggs Parliamentarian................Mary Sherrard Historian.........................Doris Wind S. C. Representative........... Karen Kingery Chapter Parents . . . Mr. and Mrs. Ted Johnston 36WITH HIGH HOPES Lavona and Dick, our Sweetheart and Heart-throb. 37 Connie takes care of the Coat Check. Mr. and Mrs. Johnston and Mr. and Mrs. Wind.MAJORETTES Nancy Mason Jeanie Kingery Shirley Munson Diane Bushnell WE MAKE BEAUTIFUL CLARINETS Richard Peterson ALTO SAXOPHONES Roger Sherrard Sandra Lindsey Janet McLaughlin Marilyn Barlow Nancy Weech Linda Edmund Carole Diggs Barbara Johnson Judy Thayer BASS CLARINETS Judy Litton Willis Kirkland Ronnie Bateman Larry Neal Judy Bowman TENOR SAXOPHONES Connie Nelson Joan Briggs Florence Johnson OBOE Chuck Lindsey Rosalie Huff Diane Bodeen Jim Nelson Patsy Molberg Karen Bredburg BASSOON BARITONE SAXOPHONES Carol Munson Nancy Miller John Krueger Gary Barton Ronnie Barman Bpb Lee 38MUSIC TOGETHER FLUTES Alice Fischer Mary Sherrard Susan Plunkett Caroline Pople Elizabeth Walsten Nancy Erickson Mary Sundberg FRENCH HORNS Kay Johnston Lavona Anderson Mary Hughes Jackie Anderson TROMBONES Don Johnston Phil Huff Roy Erickson Ronnie Homer Susan Johnson Rollin Setterdahl Harvey Carlson BARITONE Kathryn Litton SOUSAPHONE Robert Carlson CORNETS Sandra Shattuck Randy Barman Jim Browning Steve Johnson Doris Wind Loretta Johnson PERCUSSION Archie Samuelson Roger Setterdahl Karolyn Watters 39BAND AND CHORUS ENSEMBLES GIRLS' QUARTET Carole Diggs Nancy Mason Kay Johnston Barbara Jones MIXED SINGLE QUARTET Rollin Setterdahl Marilyn Barlow Randy Larson Judy Thayer WOODWIND QUINTET Nancy Erickson Diane Bodeen Mary Hughes Nancy Miller Marilyn Barlow FLUTE QUARTET Nancy Erickson Mary Sherrard Mary Sundberg Caroline Pople GIRLS' SEXTET Elizabeth Walsten Sandra Shattuck Alice Fischer Mary Hughes Karen Swanson Mary Sundberg GIRLS' SEXTET Kathryn Litton Ann McCurdy Gloria Johnson Mary Nelson Rosalie Huff Karen Noy SAXOPHONE QUARTET John Krueger Jim Nelson Linda Edmund Janet McLaughlin FLUTE TRIO Elizabeth Walsten Susan Plunkett Alice Fischer MIXED DOUBLE QUARTET Ronnie Bateman Don Johnston Steve Johnson Pat Clarke Sandra Shattuck Alice Fischer Mike Edmund Elizabeth Walsten BOYS' DOUBLE QUARTET Bob Lee (not pictured) Dennis Kelly Steve Johnson Ronnie Barman Ronnie Bateman Robert Carlson Willis Kirkland Randy Larson WOODWIND TRIO Susan Plunkett Judy Thayer Judy BowmanMIXED DOUBLE QUARTET Phil Huff, Jack Lambin Ronnie Homer Joan Watters Nancy Miller Charles Lenz Mary Sherrard Susan Plunkett VOCAL SOLO Gene Barchuk CORNET QUARTET Steve Johnson Mike Edmund Jim Browning Randy Larson CLARINET QUARTET Marilyn Barlow Judy Thayer Carole Diggs Connie Nelson GIRLS' TRIO Marilyn Barlow Susan Johnson Loretta Johnson BOYS' DOUBLE QUARTET Jim Nelson Jack Lambin Dale Edmund Roger Setterdahl Dale Sundberg Charles Lenz Larry Smith Darwin Swanson BRASS QUARTET Phil Huff Susan Johnson Steve Johnson Sandra Shattuck BRASS SEXTET Don Johnston Robert Carlson Randy Larson Kay Johnston Kathryn Litton Sandra Shattuck MIXED SINGLE QUARTET Ronnie Barman Gene Barchuk Loretta Johnson Diane Bodeen OPEN WOODWIND TRIO Alice Fischer Nancy Miller Diane Bodeen MIXED CLARINET QUARTET Larry Neal Willis Kirkland Ronnie Bateman Roger Sherrard1st ROW: Robert Overstreet, Richard Peterson, Mike Roller, Gary Kness, Robert McDowell, Tom Nelson, Darwin Swanson, Randy Barman, Tom Horner, Dale Peterson, Rod Taylor, Gary Hammerlund, Bob Snyder, Jim Nelson, Neal McMeekan, Don Johnston. 2nd ROW: Sandra Shattuck, Helen Stagner, Patsy Molberg, Janice Aden, Nancy Miller, Judy Thayer, Loretta Turner, Virginia Guldenzopf, Dean Sullivan, Robert Carlson, Robert Sipes, Roger Setterdahl, Kenny Barman. Jack Lambin, Charles Lenz. 3rd ROW: Karen Swanson, Loretta Johnson, Jean Vermiere, Betty Metzner, Mary Sundberg, Nancy Weech, Nancy Erickson, Joan Briggs, Sally Pople, Linda Edmund, Judy Cathcart, Maryetta Whimpey, Millie Rex, Judy Bowman, Donita Peterson. 4th ROW: Shirley Bowman, Ellen Lenz, Joy Driscoll, Karen Noy, Karen Bredburg, Dorothy Maher, Janet Larson, Florence Johnson, Virginia Hammond, Barbara Hammerlund, Loma Bland, Donna Pugh, Connie Henrikson, Doris Wind, Caroline Pople.1st ROW: Tom Smith, Roy Erickson, Phil Huff, Steve Johnson, Ronnie Homer, Jim Bailey, Ronnie Bateman, Gene Barchuk, Larry Smith, Ronnie Barman, Tom Noy, Willis Kirkland, Mike Edmund, Randy Larson, Richard Lenz, Larry Hanson. 2nd. ROW: Dennis Kelly, Richard Nystrom, Dale Sundberg, Dale Edmund, Rollin Setterdahl, Perry Ossian, Kathryn Litton, Sandra Lindsey, Louise Elliott, Bonnie McCaw, Beverly Vancil, Diane Bushnell, Jackie Anderson, Rosalie Huff, Alice Fischer. 3rd ROW: Barbara Johnson, Lavona Anderson, Barbara Snyder, Nancy Mason, Lanora Drake, Alice Vancil, Marilyn Barlow, Karen Kingery, Mary Nelson, Phyllis Guldenzopf, Judy Kessinger, Carol Munson, Susan Plunkett, Joan Watters, Relda Caulkins. 4th ROW: Kay Johnston, Pat Clarke, Carole Diggs, Mary Hughes, Susan Johnson, Ann McCurdy, Barbara Jones, Gloria Johnson, Elizabeth Walsten, Lyndy Smith, Shirley Munson, Judy Litton, Diane Bodeen, Mary Sherrard. FAMILIAR FACES BEHIND THE LIBRARIANS DESK Checking books in and out, looking up authors, dusting off the library shelves--the librarians have plenty to keep them busy. Twice a month they change the display in the library display window, coming up with some very interesting displays. Mrs. McGaughy, our official "book repairer and cataloger," is the head librarian and our very able advisor. OFFICERS President.....................Barb Jones Vice President..............Nancy Miller Secretary...................Nancy Mason Treasurer...................Betty Metzner Student Council.............Kay Johnston Reporter....................Mary Hughes Historian................Karen Swanson Advisor.............Mrs. Irene McGaughy This is a librarian at work! Admiring your display, girls? ROW Is Relda Caulkins, Jackie Anderson, Susan Plunkett, Karen Swanson, Betty Metzner, Joan Watters, Nancy Weech, Sandra Shattuck. ROW 2: Mary Hughes, Sally Pople, Lorna Bland, Elizabeth Walsten, Patsy Flack, Barb Jones, Connie Hendrikson, Nancy Miller. STANDING: Maryetta Whimpey, Donita Peterson, Kay Johnston, Nancy Mason, Jeanie Kingery, Bonnie McCaw, Virginia Guldenzopf, Judy Cathcart.WE WORKED HARD TYPING THE NEWQ Football Players To Report Friday For Physicals ALWOOD CAGERS WIN OPENER IN CURRENT BASKETBALL SEASON The AlWood Varsity and Froah-Soph gridders will at the high school toi I (Friday) evening when th receive their physicals at will be issued uniform | equipment. The_ Varsity g to report at 6 o’clock, a | Frosh-Soph group at 6:30 Coaches Gene Behnke and Minder will have charge meeting. ACES TROUNCE WYOMING 54-37 IN TUESDAY TILT la. The Varsity football s will begin on Friday, Sei when the Aces meet ROVA he only non-conference tilt ROVA. All games on the sch lule will being at 8 o’clock ex-ept the homecoming game on )ct. 17 which will begin at 7:30 ’clock. All AlWood games will e played at Alpha. Student admissions will be 25 cents, and dmissions for adults will be 65 JUNIOR CLASS PLAY BARBARA JONES ALWOOD SCHOOLS CAST SELECTED FOR SEMIFINALIST INTO PRESENT VESPER NOVEMBER l SHOWING MERIT COMPETI1 SERVICE DEC. 14th Friday, Nov. 14 has been the Principal Don Metzi STUDENT COUNCIL date selected for the annual Al- Wood high school, NAMFC rOMMITTFF.S Wood high school junior class nounced that Barbara NAMtS CUM1VI1 1 I tfcS. pla . The three-act comedy, "A'Thigh sohool stude .t MAKE OTHER PLANS Date with A Dream,” will be pre- named scn,ifina|ist j,'1 ----- sented in the high school gym. 59 National Merlt The play cast, under the di- competition. rircf Si If lection of Mrs. Richard Bloom- Barbara u amon| ” | berg has begun practice, and cast thc hitfh,,st 13 I Q I I members are: 'tional Merit Scholan iViarKS IXelCaSeCl it High School tior and Junior HigI Schools Honor Students Named ionor rolls for the first six ks period at both the senioi junior high schools of Al od have been released. Prin ils Don Metzeger of the higl ol and Principal Don Robert the junior high, released th owing standings yesterday: AlWood High School j-|- rwrSv6,0: Richard Carlson Nancy Mason, Mrs. Johnson, Karon Kingery, Carole Diggs. Ten u ' ay Johnston, Bar ohes, John Krueger, Nan sruoi.ii n i ivic.r.1 lUUfifti aLnuuu mvjH SOn, Mary Sherrard; 4.8 ,.... _ , Sherrard; 4.75: Karer The AlWood student body w Parents of AlWood Freshrn . Bonnie MyCaw; 4.25 FINAL PREPARATIONS BEING MADE FOR MINSTREL SHOW Final preparations are being made for the high school minstrel how which will be presented this aturday evening at 8 p. nru. in he high school gym, under the direction of Mrs. Estelle Miller. LWOOD SCHOOLS T(5 LOSE FOR LINCOLN-)OUGLAS EVENT tcDowell, Tam Nelson, Richard ’eterson, Robert Sipes, Larry mith, Tom Horner, Steve John-on, Robert Overstreet, Ken Bar-an, Mike Edmund, Willis Kirk-md, Robert Lee, Tom Smith, name the Homecoming King a. are being invited to attet Queen today, who will reign Freshman-Parent night STUDENTS PARENTS the Homecoming festivities j high school next Wcdnesdii! ' . rrF morrow night. A pep rally ning, Sept. 10 at 7:30 p. r atoinmii slated at the high school tonigl The program is bsing [ ™l' rl 1 Al A I and AlWood and Orion will m sored by the Student Courtctt ors—o.u: Marilyn Harlow in a crucial football game tom AlWood High to better acquaMcLaughlin, Nancy Miller j row night at the Alpha gridira Freshman students and their pOiano Bodeen, Judy Cath-! Game time is set for 7:30 tents with the responsibilities aoy Driscoll, Florence John-clock. During the halftime tl benefits of high school. irolyn Watters, Judy Bow- king and queen, accompanied I Cliff Hienzel, personnel mail-5: Susan Johnson; 4.25 their escorts will be introduce g-or aj International Harvest Aden, Joan Briggs, Har-am: a Homecoming dance will 1 w,n ttu. speaker, and coffrlson, Pat Clarke, Virgin-a feature in the high school gy atld doughnuts will be served nmond, Jim Nelson, Tom in Woodhull following the gam the Student Council. Darwin Swanson, Caro- Three seniors are ca—“' —:----— —-—:--------ctejl’l®» 4-0: Virginia Gulden- j Jonnie Henrikson, Shirley pr,V Ronnie Nelson. ,j| iv program is being inert this school term through cooperation of the AlWood for the honor of being ALWOOD STUDENTS andnD.leUsJndber ‘rgu4MUST SECURE PERMITS dates, also from the seni.TO DI IVE CARS are Karen Kingery, Jur------ --1 t----------------« inger and Carole Digfcs. ixi-IRFF cTRINr ard ot Kducation and the junior class members, c »te highway patrol, whereby as the king’s attendants, t-AGtKb KLIUKIN rUK jdents driving cars to school lin Setterdahl and LannyjTHIS SEASON’S PLAY Jst secure permits signed by the sophomore candidate! .. .rents. The ■ purposes _ of the ean Sullivan Robert Carlson ! ra J Litrtdblad, and the I Three of last season’s AlWo.w ruling is to promote safe ay Erickson, Dennis Kelly, Neat T 5 ? team wi“ ret“r? ? ,J?d courleous d,ivin 1cMerkan. Rodger Tavlor. I.................................. Is ,UXt Weck 10 b°btOur champs in action. Time for a cheer from the sidelines. PEP CLUB ROW I: S. Bowman, K. Johnston, B. Snyder, M. Smith, B. McCaw, C. Diggs, M. Sherrard. ROW II: R. Huff, K. Noy, P. Molberg, J. Litton, L. Edmund, L. Turner, D. Peterson. ROW III: L. Drake, N. Ericson, S. Plunkett, S. Shattuck, L. Bland, L. Johnson. ROW IV: V. Guldenzopf, V. Hammond, J. Cathcart, E. Lenz, M. Rex, M. Sundberg. ROW V: D. Bushnell, A. Vancil, J. Bowman, J. McLaughlin, C. Pople, C. Nelson, K. Watters. WE LL BE LOYAL OFFICERS President............................Karen Kingery Vice Pres.............................Mary Sherrard Secretary...................Shirley Munson Treasurer...................Louise Elliott S. C. Rep.................Jean Vermeire Reporter..................Sandra Lindsey 46MEMBERS ROW I: N. Mason, K. Kingery, L. Elliott, J. Kessinger, L. Anderson, B. Jones, Mrs. Wind. ROW 11: M. Barlow, C. Henrickson, S. Johnson, F. Johnson, D. Bodeen, J. Driscoll, P. Clarke, S. Munson. ROW III: J. Briggs, A. McCurdy, B. Hammerlund, S. Lindsey, K. Litton, J. Aden. ROW IV: J. Thayer, H. Stagner, M. Whimpey, B. Metzner, J. Anderson, K. Swanson, D. Wind, J. Vermeire. ROW V: A. Fischer, S. Pople, C. Munson, K. Bredburg, E. Walsten, B. Johnson, J. Watters, E. Connelly. TO OUR TEAM As you can see, we're proud of our team. We want a touchdown, boys! We cheered them to victory. Another basket by A1 Wood? 47THE GIRLS TAKE TIME ROW II: P. Flack, B. McCaw, N. Mason, C. Diggs, L. Anderson, B. Snyder, L. Smith, K. Kingery, J. Kessinger, L. Elliott, B. Jones, M. Sherrard, J. McLaughlin. ROW II: B. Vancil, D. Pugh, J. Litton, P. Molberg, L. Edmund, L. Turner, D. Peterson, S. Johnson, J. Aden, J. Bowman, A. Vancil, J. Driscoll, C. Pople, K. Watters, C. Nelson, Mrs. Bloomberg. ROW III: G. Johnson, R. Huff, D. Bushnell, S. Munson, B. Hammerlund, S. Lindsey, A. McCurdy, P. Guldenzoph, S. Bowman, K. Litton, G. Wells. ROW IV: P. Clarke, F. Johnson, V. Guldenzoph, B. Larson, L. Drake, M. Hughes, E. Walstein, J. Anderson, S. Plunkett, B. Johnson, H. Stagner, J. Watters, M. Sundberg. ROW V: D. Bodeen, J. Briggs, C. Henrikson, M. Barlow, R. Caulkins, J. Thayer, K. Bredberg, L. Johnson, S. Shattuck, L. Bland, M. Whimpey, B. Metzner, A. Fischer. ROW VI: J. Cathcart, E. Lenz, M. Rex, D. Maher, K. Noy, M. Nelson, K. Swanson, D. Wind, J. Vermiere, S. Pople, C. Munson, N. Ericson, E. Connelly. Sponsor....................Mrs. Bloomberg President..................Louise Elliott Vice President.............Carole Diggs Secretary..................Diane Bushnell Treasurer.................. Marilyn Barlow Asst. Treasurer............Karolyn Watters Student Council......................Alice Fischer Reporter.......................Doris Wind 48FOR ATHLETICS, TOO Ready for the three mile hike? Where do we go from here?L NATIONAL k HONOR SOCIETY ROW I: Phil Huff Richard Carlson John Krueger David Browning Roger Sherrard Judy Bowman ROW III: Marilyn Barlow Florence Johnson Karen Kingery Carole Diggs ROW V: Karolyn Watters Diane Bodeen ROW II: Susan Johnson Janet McLaughlin Nancy Mason Kay Johnston Barbara Jones ROW IV: Mary Sherrard Nancy Miller Bonnie McCaw WE ARE LEADERS OF TOMORROW OFFICERS President............Phil Huff V. President.........Roger Sherrard Secretary............Nancy Mason Treasurer............Mary Sherrard Citizenship, Scholarship, Leadership, and Service--these are the standards on which the National Honor Society is based. All over the United States students were chosen to belong to the Society on the basis of these four qualities, as were the 20 active members of the AlWood chapter. The goal of this organization is to continue and encourage high standards of scholarship. 50ACTIVITIESSeniors took first place with "The Feud" The Payers line UP beside the bonfire SKIT NIGHT AND BONFIRE MADE A PLEASANT PRELUDE TO OUR HOMECOMING . . . The new king and queen on their throne. BUT THE GAME WAS NOT SO PLEASANT. Our players, Coach Behnke, and the AlWood fans were unhappy over our 30-27 loss.ROW I: Roger Sherrard, Carole Diggs, KING: John Krueger, QUEEN: Jeanie Kingery, Judy Kessinger, Dale Sund-berg. ROW II: Rollin Setterdahl, Connie Nelson, Sandra Shattuck, Robert Carlson, Gloria Johnson, Karolyn Watters, Lanny Turner, (Conrad Lundblad, absent for picture). JOHN AND JEANIE REIGNED OVER THE 1958 HOMECOMING the Eteshtnan and Queen v eTe crowned hy v rnts. attendants Sandra Gloria and The Queen is presented with roses at the half-time of the homecoming. Junior Attendants, Connie and KarolynPARTIE9 ARE FUN Richard received a cookbook and an apron from the FHA. SWEETHEART John and Louise dancing at the valentine dance. Jeanie and Roger were crowned Sweethearts. John and Louise were attendants. Lavona and Richard were FFA Sweetheart and FHA Heartthrob. BALL MAGIC SLEIGHRIDE Kay and Bill in the sleigh. "Kass" and "Farmer" at the Christmas Dance. We danced to the music of the Chordaires. Roger and Patsy smile at the camera. 5473ACH3Y GENIUS AT WORK ? CONCENTRATION! AL WOOD’S MUSICIANS ENTIRE MINSTREL CAST GIFT PRESENTATIONA DATE WITH A DREAM CAST Terry Munson, a high school boy....................Darwin Swanson Mrs. Munson, his mother...............................Nancy Miller Ardene Munson, his sister........................Florence Johnson Susie Munson, his little sister.......................Diane Bodeen Artie Spreckel, Terry's cousin.................................John Peterson Mrs. Spreckel, Artie's mother........................Judy Cathcart Beverly Page, Terry's prom date.......................Pat Clarke Ted Barton, the prom king....................................Rollin Setterdahl Jaralee Jackson, from Hollywood....................Connie Henrikson Wallace Wayland, her publicity manager................Louis Corlis Charles Gainor, owner of Gainor Motor Court...........Tom Smith Kathie Layman, a high school girl...................Diane Bushnell Bob Meyer, her prom date..............................Jim Nelson Reporter, from Morning Star.........................Steve Descamps Photographer, from Morning Star.......................Terry Bolin "A Date With A Dream" by Esther E. Olson was presented by the Junior Class on November 14, 1958. Mrs. Ruth Bloomberg was the director. Soft lights, sweet music and Terry Munson with Beverly Page in his arms--that's the scene when the curtain rises. It is the night of the prom and Beverly is Terry's date. Then Beverly arrives with Ted, the prom king, and gives Terry a line about the prom queen being sick. Ted just has to have a queen. So Terry is left without a date. Mother comes up with the idea of Terry and his sister, Ardene, going to the prom together. But Jaralee Jackson, a movie star, arrives on the scene and naturally she becomes Terry's date. Ardene and her boyfriend make up and by the end of the third act everything is straightened out and Beverly is made jealous as planned. 56ONE FOOT IN HEAVEN Rev. William Spence, father Hope Spence, mother..............................Bonnie McCaw Hartzell, their son...............................Perry Ossian Eileen, their daughter...........................Carole Diggs Dr. Romer, good friend............................Roger Sherrard Louise, a pretty miss......................Kay Johnston Molly, a crusader.................................Karen Kingery Maria, Mexican girl................................Mary Sherrard Letty, a pest.........................Mary Lynn Smith Rev. Fraser Spence, narrator.........Dale Sundberg Bishop Sherwood, just man.............Richard Carlson Major Cooper, man of sixty...............Dean Hanson Mrs. Jellison, church worker.........Barbara Snyder Mrs. Cambridge, church worker........Louise Elliott Georgie, Mrs. Digby's son.................Jim Bailey Mrs. Digby, choir singer................Nancy Mason Mrs. Sandow, proud woman..............Barbara Jones Ronny, Molly's brother...............Dave Browning CAST Phil Huff "A Foot In Heaven," by Anne Coulter Martens, was presented by the senior class on April 10. It was directed by Mrs. Ruth Bloomberg. The preacher is new in town. One of his ambitions is to build a new church. Trouble sets in with the busybody, old ladies and the racial discrimination. Many interesting and humorous situations develop from this. In the end a new church is built and problems are solved with the people. This is play practice? Our director 57Proud of your work, boys? 59Noonhour chat in the hall. Well, another day's over. Hot gossip! THE SENIORS ARE A HAPPY-GO-LUCKY GROUP We dressed up as hillbillies for our Homecoming skit. Busy studying (?) in study hall. How many are eating today? Rah, Yea AlWood! Latest styles! Girls, act your age ! Play practice can't be as bad as all that! Plan to do some reading, Barb? Totals check out, Rich? • V Off to school again. No need to crowd, boys, there's enough water for all. Goofing off again!NEVER A DULL MOMENT WITH THE JUNIORS Working hard? No, we're not cold! Reminder of Freshman days. Future chemists at work. 61 Time out between halves. Rebound!FRESHMEN AND SOPHOMORES THROUGH THE DAY What is my combination? These sophomores really study. All done for another day. The freshmen rush to the next class. Get your tickets here.SPORTSVARSITY BASKETBALL--ROW I: D. Swanson, Mgr., P. Ossian, L. Turner, J. Krueger, D. Hanson, D. Johnson, R. Sherrard, J. Peterson, Mgr. ROW II: Coach Behnke, R. Setterdahl, J. Krueger, R. Hughes, J. Anderson, R. Buban P. Huff, D. Johnson, J. Lambin, Mgr. A STORY OF SUCCESS The 1958-1959 athletic season has again proved to be one that will long remain in the memories of Al-Wood fans. The record for football might be a bit misleading. The team compiled a record of 6-2, losing to Rockridge by two points on a last minute pass by Rockridge and by three points to Orion. The team's caliber can be shown by the fact that AlWood placed five players on the all-conference selections and one member on the first team of the all-western Illinois team. The basketball season started off with a bang. The Aces won all their games before the Cornbelt Tournament. Then they won the tournament during early January by defeating Sherrard. After the tournament, die team was upset by Atkinson in a double overtime. After the loss to Atkinson, the Aces regained their winning ways and continued undefeated in regular season play. The team avenged their loss to Atkinson by later defeating them by eighteen points. The team won the Aledo Invitational by again defeating Sherrard for the second time in tournament play. The caliber of teams played will show the Aces' true ability. R.O.V.A., champions of their conference was twice a victim of the powerful Aces along with Geneseo, Aledo, Knoxville, and Orion. The Aces won the regional hands down by defeating Sherrard 73 to 40. However, the Aces met defeat in the Moline Sectional. They were beaten by Fulton 65 to 53. It has been a very successful year so far, and the Aces hope to continue in their winning ways in baseball and track. TOURNEY RESULTS CORNBELT AlWood 46 Joy 37 51 Orion 35 57 Sherrard 40 ALEDO INVITATIONAL AlWood 57 Winola 40 70 G-O 54 59 Sherrard REGIONAL 33 AlWood 80 R.M.A. 37 72 Rockridge 52 73 Sherrard SECTIONAL 40 AlWood 53 Fulton 65 64JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL—ROW Is C. Lindsey, L. Smith, W. Kirkland, M. Norberg, B. Reedy. ROW II: R. Bateman, R. Homer, G. Barton, D. Peterson, S. Johnson, B. Sipes. ROW III: B. Lee, B. Snyder, D. Johnston, N, McMeekan, K. Johnson, Coach Miller. VARSITY BASKETBALL INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS PLAYER SA SM PCT. FTA FTM PCT. REB. PF TP AVE. Hanson 565 218 38.6% 140 92 65.7 % 259 83 528 17.6 Sherrard 421 174 41.3% 139 99 71.2% 77 82 447 14.9 Jo. Krueger 230 91 39.6% 98 61 62.2 % 136 97 243 8.1 Do. Johnson 203 70 34.5% 98 60 61.2% 167 94 200 6.7 Turner 114 51 44.7% 75 36 48.0% 111 50 138 4.6 Ossian 82 27 32.9% 75 35 46.7 % 67 56 89 3.0 Da. Johnson 59 24 40.7 % 40 25 62.5 % 41 36 73 2.4 Huff 38 13 34.2% 12 5 41.7 % 28 20 31 1.0 Ji. Krueger 30 12 40.0% 8 2 25.0% 7 19 26 .9 Lindsey 18 6 33.3% 1 0 0.0% 1 4 12 .4 Anderson 8 2 25.0% 8 4 50.0% 4 2 8 .3 Hughes 6 2 33.3% 2 0 0.0% 5 6 4 .1 Buban 4 1 25.0% 4 0 0.0% 2 5 2 .1 Setterdahl 7 2 28.6% 2 0 0.0% 4 7 4 .1 ALWOOD 1785 693 38.8% 702 419 59.7 % 909 566 1806 60.2 OPPONENTS 1383 423 31.0% 832 499 60.0% 768 464 1345 44.8 1958-59 VARSITY BASKETBALL A1 Wood 64 Knoxville 36 60 R.O.V.A. 53 54 Wyoming 37 63 Aledo 60 45 Rockridge 37 67 Joy 48 51 Orion 45 46 Cambridge 25 49 Atkinson 51 64 Winola 45 53 Geneseo 50 74 Joy 46 63 Orion 43 62 Cambridge 59 74 Atkinson 58 83 Winola 45 54 Sherrard 40 59 R.O.V.A. 55 72 Rockridge 51 65 LINEMEN: Dean Hanson, Richard Mason, Gary Kness, Jack Lambin, Dale Sundberg, Richard Carlson, Roger Sher-rard. BACKFIELD: Perry Ossian, John Krueger, Phil Huff, Rollin Setterdahl. Hanson End Mason T ackle FIGHTING ACES Kness Guard Lambin Center Sundberg Guard Carlson Tackle Ossian Halfback Setterdahl Halfback Krueger Quarterback Sherrard End Huff FullbackVARSITY FOOTBALL--ROW I: Coach Behnke, R. Zuidema, H. Carlson, D. Litton, R. Swanson, R. Hughes, J. An-derson G. Barchuk, L. Turner, D. Browning, K. Walker, R. Litton, J. Bailey, Coach Minder. ROW II: T. Homer, Mgr.; D. Hanson, J. Peterson, Mgr.; R. Mason, C. Kness, J. Lambin, P. Ossian, J. Krueger, D. Sundberg, P. Huff, R. Setterdahl, R. Carlson, D. Johnson, Mgr.; R. Sherrard, D. Swanson, Mgr. ROW III: R. Buban, D. Cenisio, A. Samuel son, K. Johnson, M. Taylor, Jim Krueger, C. Lundblad, C. Lindsey, R. Barman, M. Edmund, R. Homer, R. Taylor. Anderson 67INDIVIDUAL SCORING Hanson 54 Ossian 54 Setterdahl 48 Sherrard 46 Huff 46 Browning 18 Krueger 8 Bailey 6 Turner 1 VARSITY SEASON RECORD AlWood 38 ROVA 0 46 Atkinson 0 25 Sherrard 0 20 Rockridge 22 46 Joy 7 27 Orion 30 20 Cambridge 0 59 Winola 6 AlWood Opp. Points Scored 281 65 First Downs 78 61 Total plays 382 406 Total yards 2819 1417 Rush yards 1949 855 Passes attempted 113 128 Passes completed 49 57 Pass yards 989 789 Punts 10 29 Punt yards 368 1020 Kick offs 51 18 Kick-off yards 2242 692 Fumbles lost 11 8 Penalty yards 270 220 Passing Percentage .433 .445 Ave. yds. per pass play 8.75 6.2 Ave. yds. per rush play 7.2 3.1 68ACES IN ACTION CORNBELT CONFERENCE ALL-STAR TEAM First Team John Krueger--Quarterback Richard Mason--Tackle Roger Sherrard--End Second Team Gary Kness--Guard Perry Ossian--Halfback WESTERN ILLINOIS ALL-STAR TEAM First Team John Krueger--Quarterback Ossian on touchdown run Huff picks up long yardage Sherrard scores again! Carlson clears way for SetterdahlDean Hanson Don Johnson Roger Sherrard Lanny Turner Half-time Strategy 70 Dave JohnsonRon Buban Phil Huff Rollin Setterdahl 71 Let's try this. Another First-Place TrophyA WINNING COMBINATION Krueger gets an easy basket Coach wins another game Ossian drives underneath Hanson gets set to shoot Sherrard hits from the side Johnson lays in another basket 72ALWOODS TRACK STARS Ossian broadjumps Browning's photo finish Krueger gets set to throw Johnston's over the bar Barchuk wins another mileOUR GRADUATION DAY CLASS MOTTO One step at a time, but always forward. CLASS COLORS Ice Blue and Platinum CLASS FLOWER White Carnation Lavona Anderson James Bailey Gene Barchuk David Browning Richard Carlson Louis Corlis Carole Diggs Louise Elliott Patsy Flack Dean Hanson Philip Huff David Johnson Donald Johnson CLASS ROLL Kay Johnston Barbara Jones Judy Kessinger Karen Kingery Gary Kness John Krueger Jack La mb in Charles Lenz Donald Litton Robert Lucas Bonnie McCaw Richard Maher Nancy Mason Richard Mason Gary Munson Richard Nystrom Perry Ossian Robert Scott Roger Setterdahl Mary Sherrard Roger Sherrard Barbara Snyder Mary Lynn Smith Dale Sundberg Bernard Verscha Keith WalkerThe chorus giving forth their "Hallelujahs." Kay and John received the Good Kay receiving the DAR award. Citizenship Awards. Mr. Hobbs delivering his address. Presentation of the Class Gift. The hand-shaking ceremony. 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