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

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 1961 Album Alwood High School Woodhull, Illinois Published by Senior ClassSeniors 16-25 Faculty and Classes 1-12 Administration 13-15 Our Key to the Future Let me tell you about AlWood ... the hurry and scurry to get to class. Mr. Metzger's good-morning chimes, the endless lunchlines, the worry and work for those impossible A's, the laughter and fun of skit night and the minstrel show, the driving school spirit at basketball games, the solemnity of the Christmas program, the indescribable feeling of graduation. This is AlWood. This is our key to the future. 2Underclassmen 26-39 Activities 40-61 Sports 62-71 3AlWoodians Study and Worship . . . 4Also Cheer the Team — and Play! 5HOMECOMING BONFIRE Nighttime Activities Highlight MINSTREL SHOW 6Lab partners try to prove a law of physics Regular Daytime Schedule Geometry--cones, squares, circles Biology class—fish cut-up day 7Time to improve skills and co-ordination. Learning to becpme efficient secretaries. Classes That Develop Us Experiencing the fundamentals of good housekeeping 8Panel discussions stimulate ideas in English IV. Mentally and Physically Parlez-vous franca is? Practicing for the half-time shows They Give Girls’ P. E. CAROL HARDIN With a "come on, ladies" and a smile, Mrs. Hardin is ready for action. She has something for everyone in her curriculum—from tumbling to ball gymnastics. And Mrs. Hardin's classes are "learning hours," not "play hours!" Social Studies ALBERT MILLER, M.D. HA INLINE From beginning to the present, the history of the world has been shown us by Mr. Miller and Mr. Hainline. Besides teaching these classes, Mr. Miller and Mr. Hainline instruct Boys' P.E. and Industrial Arts, respectively. Vocational Education DOROTHY SWANSON, RICHARD GEIGER, DIANA RILEY Leading us to careers in business, homemaking, and agriculture are Mrs. Swanson, Mrs. Riley, and Mr. Geiger. Besides being business instructor, Mrs. Swanson is also the diligent advisor of our Annual Staff. Mrs. Riley is home economics teacher, as well as being the advisor of F.H.A., and Mr. Geiger is instructor in agriculture, advisor of the hard-working Student Council, and also F.F.A. sponsor. 10Us the Keys Home Nursing RUTH MASON Our school nurse is kept very busy with 500 students — especially during the annual epidemics that strike at AlWood. But Mrs. Mason's pleasant and patient attitude is as good as any medicine when we aren't feeling up to par. She also instructs the senior girls in a very practical home nursing course. Mathematics DON METZGER, GENE BEHNKE Showing us through equations, theorems, and math problems are Mr. Behnke (better known as "Coach") and Mr. Metzger. Not only does Mr. Behnke show us how to tackle math, but he also shows our football, basketball, and track squads some techniques in playing with good sportsmanship and skill. Music ESTELLE MILLER, DON RICGLE Every year our band and chorus become fine organizations due to the efforts of Mr. Riggle and Mrs. Miller. They work conscientiously to prepare the band and choruses, plus ensembles, for contest. Each year the public may enjoy the results of their efforts by the minstrel show, band concerts, and Christmas program. 11. . . To the Future Science LOUIS BROWNING, WALTER MINDER Mr. Browning, with his "I didn't drive you in here with a bat" and "You don't have to pass this course," tries to make us learn something in his classes of chemistry, physics, and biology. Mr. Minder teaches the freshmen general science and the seventh and eighth grade P.E. classes. He is also coach for the junior high basketball, track, and baseball squads (junior and senior high). Foreign Language RUTH BLOOMBERG, FRANCES FISCHER Our foreign language department offers AlWood students Latin I and II, and French I. Latin is taught by Mrs. Bloomberg. English III and the directing of the junior and senior class plays are included in her busy schedule. Mrs. Fischer is the French "professeur." Also, among her day's activities is music instruction for the primary grades. English JANE WEECH, IRENE McGAUGHY The importance of grammar and literature for our use in our future occupations is stressed to us by our English teachers. Mrs. Weech works with the freshmen and sophomores in the mechanics of English and different types of literature. Mrs. McGaughy instructs the seniors through term papers and English literature, such as Shakespeare's "Macbeth," plus other aspects of grammar and literature. Also, through her work as librarian every student may be proud of Alwood's well-organized library. 12AtWood High School has progressed steadily under the supervision of Mr. Metzger, the principal. Included in his daily schedule is everything from announcements on the intercom to instruction of the general math class. He also works with the senior class as their advisor. In spite of his busy schedule he is willing to help any student who wants counselling on colleges, scholarships, or school problems. OFFICE STAFF Kay Murdock, secretary to Mr. Metzger, and Mrs. Diggs, secretary to Mr. Fischer, work hard to keep the school offices up-to-date and in order. Miss Murdock has multiple duties, but among the most important is filling out the students' report cards. Mrs. Diggs' various duties include the essential task of making out salary checks for personnel. Among Mr. Fischer's daily activities are seeing to all executive business of our school system, visiting each school building, and attending numerous meetings and consultations. Other problems, such as making decisions on snowy days as to whether classes can be held, often crop up. Under the able guidance of Mr. Fischer and the other AlWood personnel, the AlWood school system has advanced rapidly in its thirteen years.COOKS : Dorothy Elliott, Liz Anderson, Beryl Perry. CUSTODIANS : Fay Bell, Logan Stiers. Cooks, Custodians, Bus Drivers WOODHULL DRIVERS Herschell Elliott A1 Mason Howard Like Asa McFarlin Chic Anderson ALPHA DRIVERS Dale Good Everett Ward Harry Humphrey Louis Lee Virgil Bodeen Sidney WalkerHONOR SOCIETY: ROW I: Nanoy Erickson, Mary Sundberg, Rosalie Huff, Phyllis Culdenzopf, Judy Litton, Jac-quelrne Anderson, Karen Swanson, Nancy Weech, Joan Watters, Jean Vermeire, Kathy Speas, Alice Fischer, Judy Thayer. ROW II: Richard Peterson, Robert Carlson, Randy Larson, Willis Kirkland, Mike Roller, Elizabeth Wal-sten, Rhodes Liggett, Mary Hughes, Karen Nossum, Barbara Johnson, Linda Edmund, Barbara Hammerlund. Sallv Pople. 7 National Honor Society The highest honor any AlWood student can attain is membership in the National Honor Society. Not only must one have outstanding scholastic ability, but sound character, leadership abilities, and a willingness to serve others. Each year the faculty chooses the members and they are inducted at an assembly in the spring. Membership in the National Honor Society should be a goal for all AlWood students. Those students chosen have shown that they have used the opportunities offered to them in high school and are exceptionally ready for the future with learning, personality, cooperativeness and leadership to back them. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY OFFICERS Barbara Johnson, President Mike Roller, Vice President Mary Sundberg, Secretary Karen Bredburg 16Senior Officers Kendall Johnson, President; Mike Roller, Vice President; Charles Lindsey, Secretary; Alice Fischer, Treasurer; Student Council Representatives: Rhodes Liggett, Mary Sundberg. Seniors Excelled in Many Ways Co-V aledictorians Co-Salutatorians Elizabeth Walsten Karen Nossum Mary Hughes Karen Swanson Nancy Weech Special Awards Karen Swanson, D.A.R. Award; Nancy Weech, Latin Contest Winner; Don Johnston, Sports Honor Trophy Award; Mary Hughes, Math Contest Winner, National Merit Certificate; Mike Roller, American Legion Good Citizenship Award; June Erlandson, Betty Crocker Award.Senior Memories of U. S. News, World Relations . . . JACQUELINE ANDERSON--F.T.A. 1.2,3,4, Officer 3; F.H.A. 1,2; Band 1,2,3,4, Ensemble 1,3; Chorus 1,2,3,4; Library Club 1,2,3,4, Vice President 4; Annual Staff 4; Pep Club 1,2,3,4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; National Honor Society 3,4; Class Play 3; Student Council 1,4, Secretary-Treasurer 4. JAMES ANDERSON KENNETH BARMAN—Football 1,2,3,4; F.F.A. 1, 2,3,4; Chorus 2. RANDALL BARMAN--Chorus 1,2,3,4; Minstrel Show 1,2,3,4; F.F.A. 1,2,3,4; Football 2,4; Basketball 1; Track 1,3. GARY BARTON—Football 1; Basketball 2,3,4; Track 1,2,3,4; Baseball 3,4; Band 1,2,3,4. LORNA BLAND—Library Club 2; G.A.A. 1,2; F.H.A. 1,2,3,4; Pep Club 1,2,3,4; Chorus 1,2,3,4; Class Play 3. ALICE FISCHER--F.H.A. 1,2,3,4, Treasurer 3, Parliamentarian 3; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4, Officer 2; F.T.A. 1,2,3,4, Officer 1; Pep Club 1,2,3, Vice President 3; Library Club 4; Student Council 2, 3.4, Reporter 3, President 4; Band 1,2,3,4; Ensembles 1,2,3,4; Chorus 1,2,3,4, Ensembles 1,2, 3.4, Accompanist 4; Class Parliamentarian 1; Class Treasurer 3,4; Homecoming Attendant 3; Annual Staff 3,4; National Honor Society 3,4; Minstrel Show 3,4. JIM BROWNING—Football 1,2; Track 1,2; Band 1.2.3.4, Ensembles 2,3; Class Play 4; Annual Staff 4. Two happy Democrats on November 9—Mike Roller and Terry Strandberg.The Scandinavian Karens--Karen Nossum, our exuberant Norwegian exchange student, and Al-Wood's Karen Swanson. KAREN BREDBURG--G.A.A. 1,2,3,4, Officer 4; Student Council 4; Annual Staff 4; F.H.A. 1,2,3,4, Officer 3,4; Pep Club 1,2,3,4, Secretary 4; F.T.A. 1,2,3,4, Secretary 4; Class Play 3; National Honor Society 4, Treasurer. CARL CARLSON—Football 1.2,3,4; Track 1,2,3,4; F.F.A. 1.2,3,4. ROBERT CARLSON—Football 1,2,3,4; Track 3; F.F.A. 1,2,3; F.T.A. 3,4; Student Council 3; Homecoming King 4. JUNE ERLANDSON—Pep Club 1,2,3,4. NANCY ERICKSON--Band 1,2,3,4, Ensembles 1, 2,3,4; Chorus 1,2,3,4; F.H.A. 1,2; Pep Club 1,2; F.T.A. 1,2,3,4; Library Club 3,4, Officer 3,4; Student Council 4; G.A.A. 1,2; Class Play 3; National Honor Society 3,4. ROY ERICKSON—Band 1,2,3,4; Chorus 1,2,3.4; Minstrel Show 1,2,3,4; Class Play 4; Track 2,3,4. LINDA HOLDS WORT H--Choms 1,2,3,4; Pep Club 1,2,3,4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; F.H.A. 1,2,4; Library Club 4; Annual Staff 4; Majorette 3.4. RONALD HORNER—Football 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Track 2,3,4; Baseball 4; Class Vice President 3; Chorus 1,2,3,4; Band 1,2,3,4, Ensembles 1,2,3,4; King Attendant 4; Class Plays 3,4; Annual Staff 4; Minstrel Show 1,2,3,4.Play Practice for "Ask Any Girl’’ . . . MARY HUGHES—Band 1.2,3,4, Ensembles 1,2,3,4; Chorus 1,2,3,4; Ensembles 1,2,3,4; Class Play 3; Class Treasurer 1; Library Club 1,2,3,4, Officer 2, 3; F.T.A. 1,2,3,4, Officer 4; F.H.A. 1,2; G.A.A. 1,2,3; Annual Editor 4; National Honor Society 3,4; Minstrel Show 3,4; Chorus Accompanist 3,4. BILL RINGBERG—F.F.A. 1,2,3; Football 2,3,4; Basketball 4. KENDALL JOHNSON--Football 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2; Manager 3,4; Track Manager 3; Class President 3,4; Class Vice President 2; Class Plays 3,4; Student Council 3,4; Annual Staff 4. TOM NELSON—Track 2,3,4; Football 1,2,3,4; Chorus 1,2,3,4; Class Play 3; Minstrel Show 4. DON JOHNSTON--Basketball 1.2,3,4; Football 1; Track 1,2,3,4; Class Plays 3,4; Class President 3; Band 1,2,3,4, Ensembles 1,2,3,4; Chorus 1,2,3, Ensembles 1,2; F.T.A. 3,4, Vice President 4; Minstrel Show 3,4. RHODES LIGGETT--Chorus 1,2,3,4; Minstrel Show 1,2,3,4; F.T.A. 3,4; Library Club 4; Annual Staff 4; Student Council 4; Class Reporter 1; Class Treasurer 2, Student Council Representative 4. CHARLES LINDSEY—Football 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Track 2,3,4; Baseball 2; Band 1,2,3,4; Class Secretary 1,2,3,4; King Attendant 3,4. ROBERT McDOWELL—Chorus 1,2,3,4; Minstrel Show 1,2,3,4; Library Club 4. Cast members making every minute count while waiting for cues?Jim and Don engage in some backstage antics at play practice. BETTY METZNER—Chorus 1.2,3.4. Treasurer 4; Band 2; G.A.A. 1.2,3.4; F.T.A. 1.2,4; Pep Club 1,2,3,4; Library Club 1,2,3.4, Treasurer 2, Secretary 4; Homecoming Attendant 4; Annual Staff 4. CAROL SUE MILLS--G.A.A. 1,2,3,4. Officer 3; Majorette 2,3,4; F.H.A. 1,2,3,4, Officer 3; Allied Medical Career Club 3; Chorus 2,4; Pep Club 1, 2,3,4; Class Secretary 2. CAROL MUNSON--Cheerleader 4; Class Play 4; Homecoming Queen 4; Majorette 3,4; Chorus 1, 2,3,4; Band 1,2,3,4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4, Vice President 3, President 4; Pep Club 1,2,3,4; F.H.A. 1,2, 3.4, Officer 4. BARBARA JOHNSON--Band 1,2,3,4; Chorus 1,2, 3,4; F.T.A. 1,2,3,4; Library Club 3,4, Officer 3; Student Council 3; F.H.A. 1,2; Pep Club 1,2,3; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Class Play 4; Annual Staff 4; National Honor Society 4, President. KAREN NOSSUM—Class Play 4; Chorus 4, President 4; Band 1,2,3,4; G.A.A. 4; F.T.A. 4; F.H.A. 4; Pep Club 4; Jazz Band 2; Discussion Club 3; National Honor Society 4. DALE PETERSON--Chorus 1,2; Minstrel Show 1,2; F.F.A. 1,2,3,4, Officer 4; Annual Staff 4; Basketball 2. SALLY POPLE--F.H.A. 1,2,3,4, Officer 4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Chorus 1,2,3,4; Band 1; Class Plays 3,4; National Honor Society 4. LORETTA JOHNSON--G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; F.H.A. 1. 2,4; Student Council 1; Pep Club 1,2,3,4; Band 1,2,3,4; Chorus 1,2,3 4, Ensembles 1,2,3,4; Cheerleader 2,4; Homecoming Attendant 4; Class Play 3; Minstrel Show 4.After 3:30 Work Sessions, Lunch Hour Jam Sessions. MIKE ROLLER--Football 1,4; Library Club 4, President 4; Class Play 3; Class Vice President 4; Baseball 4; Track 3,4; Chorus 1,3,4; Minstrel Show Show 1,3,4; Annual Staff 4; National Honor Society 4, Vice President 4. ARCHIE SA MUELSON - - Footba 11 1.2,3.4; F.F.A. 1,2,3; Band 1,2,3; Student Council 3. KATHY SPEAS-F.H.A. 1.2,3.4; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Chorus 1,2,3,4, Treasurer 3; Library Club 3.4; Y-Teens 1,2; Annual Staff 3,4; National Honor Society 3,4; Pep Club 3,4. TERRY STRANDBERG MARY SUNDBERG--G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Pep Club 1. 2,3,4; F.H.A. 1,2,4; Class Officer 4; Student Council 4; Chorus 1.2,3,4, Ensembles; Class Play 4; Minstrel Show 4; Annual Staff 4; National Honor Society 4, Secretary 4. KAREN SWANSON—F.T.A. 1,2,3,4, Historian 3. President 4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Pep Club 1,2,3,4; Library Club 1,2,3,4, Historian 2, Vice President 3; F.H.A. 1,2; Chorus 1,2,3,4; Ensembles 1,2,3,4; Minstrel Show 3.4; Class Play 3; Class Officer 2; Student Council 2,4; National Honor Society 3,4. RODGER TAYLOR--Football 1,2,3,4; Track 1,2, 3,4; Chorus 1,2,3; Minstrel Show 1,2,3. JUDY THAYER—G.A.A. 1.2.3.4, Secretary 3; F.H.A. 1,2,4; F.T.A. 1; Pep Club 1.2,3,4; Band 1,2,3,4; Chorus 1,2,3,4, Ensembles 2,3,4; Class Plays 3,4; National Honor Society 3,4; Minstrel Show 4. Editing the annual took many spare moments from these staff members.They didn't know the camera was loaded. JEAN VERMEIRE—F.H.A. 1,2.3.4, Chairman of Degrees 3, Secretary 4; Pep Club 1,2,3, Secretary 3; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Library Club 2,4; Class President 1, Reporter 2, Student Council Representative 3; Class Play 4; Chorus 1,2,3,4; National Honor Society 3,4; Annual Staff 4. ELIZABETH WALSTEN—F.T.A. 1.2,3,4, Officer 1,3; Library Club 2,3,4; Pep Club 1,2; F.H.A. 1, 2; G.A.A. 1.2,4; Student Council 1,3; Class Officer 2; Class Play 4; Band 1,2,3,4; Chorus 1,2,3, 4, Ensembles 1,2.3,4; Minstrel Show 3,4; Annual Staff 4; National Honor Society 3,4. JOAN WATTERS--G.A.A. 1.2,3.4; Pep Club 1,2,3; Library Club 2,3,4; Chorus 1,2,3,4, Ensembles 1, 2,3,4; Class Play 3; F.T.A. 4; Annual Staff 4; National Honor Society 3,4; F.H.A. 1; Minstrel Show 4. NANCY WEECH—National Honor Society 3,4; Annual Staff 3,4; F.T.A. 3,4; Band 1,2,3,4; Chorus 1,2,3,4; Class Plays 3,4; Library Club 2,3,4, Officer 3.4; F.T.A. 1,2,3. Officer 2,3. MARYETTA WHIMPEY—F.H.A. 1,2,4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Pep Club 1,2,3,4; Library Club 1,2,3,4; Chorus 1,2,3,4; Annual Staff 4; Class Play 4. DORIS WIND—G.A.A. 1,2,3,4, Reporter 2, Vice President 4; F.H.A. 1,2,3,4, Vice President 3, President 4; Pep Club 1,2,3, Secretary 3; Band 1,2,3,4; Chorus 1,2,3,4; Class Play 4. CAROUNE WYMAN--Library Club 1; Girls' Service League 1,2,3. LESTER ZUIDEMA 23 —1SENIOR PLAY CAST--ROW I: Betty Metzner, Carol Munson. ROW II: Don Johnston, Nancy Weech, Judy Thayer, Jean Vermeire, Mary Sundberg, Karen Nossum, Barbara Johnson, Ronnie Horner, Mrs. Bloomberg. ROW III: Roy Erickson, Doris Wind, Maryetta Whimpey, Sally Pople, Jim Browning, Alice Fischer, Elizabeth Walsten, Kendall Johnson, Robert Carlson. Seniors’ Big Nights the Play, Meg (Judy Thayer) gets her man. These girls are not so successful. "Ask Any Girl,” adapted from Winifred Wolfe's novel of the same name and directed by Mrs. Ruth Bloomberg, was presented on November 18, 1960, by members of the senior class. Meg Wheeler, a small-town girl who is looking for a husband, convinces her parents by the use of phony statistics that she should be allowed to live in New York City a year "to develop both mentally and emotionally.” After many hilarious experiences, Meg finally achieves her goal and wins the heart of a business executive. Prompters Karen Swanson, Jackie Anderson. Director Mrs. BloombergJUNIOR-SENIOR PROM--STARLIGHT RHAPSODY the Prom, and Commencement Because the last deadline for this book falls on February 28, the pictures on this page are, of course, those of the 1960 spring activities. However, what 1961 senior does not remember the planning, work and fun the 1960 juniors had when this beautiful prom was in the making? Commencement night is always a night of happiness and pride, twinged with some sadness and parting. It is the climax of the student's high school career, and our AlWood commencements are dignified and meaningful. Almost 57 percent of the members of this class is now in college. COMMENCEMENT—1960congregate perform with zest Underclassmen Homework, Problems and Noise enjoy themselvessneak a look wait impatiently radiate personalityJuniors journey forward with confidence Ronald Barman Ronald Bateman Shirley Bowman Bob Carlson Dorothy Connelly Linda Davison Terry Hampton Larry Hanson Tom Homer Rosalie Huff Gloria Johnson Steve Johnson Sandra Lindsey Judy Litton Kathryn Litton Ann McCurdy Neal McMeekan JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS Bob Carlson, Student Council; Tom Horner, Vice President; Barbara Hammerlund, Secretary; Randy Larson, Student Council; Phyllis Guldenzopf, Treasurer; Willis Kirkland, President. 28As upperclassmen they merit new privileges Lanora Drake Dale Edmund Linda Edmund Mike Edmund Phyllis Guldenzopf Barb Hammerlund Willis Kirkland Bonnie Larson Janet Larson Randy Larson Robert Lee Richard Lenz Dorothy Maher Ronald Merideth Patsy Molburg Mary Nelson Merle Norburg Dean Sullivan Richard Peterson Donna Pugh Loretta Turner Beverly Vancil"Birds of a feather flock together." Juniors — A Class by Themselves "Let the purchaser beware!" "A penny for your thoughts! " "Eat, drink and be merry." vve can i an "When the roll is do everything. "Practice makes perfect." called up yonder" 30Cheaper by the Dozen Presented by Juniors Mr. Gilbreth Mrs. Gilbreth CAST Frank Bill Lillian Mrs. Fitzgerald Dr. Burton Joe Scales Miss Brill Larry The prompters were Patsy Molburg and Judy Litton. Mary Ann Nelson discusses a point in the play with the director, Mrs. Bloomberg. 31Sophs gain understanding through experience. ROW IV: Linda Litton, Larry Luallen, Jim McCaw, Ralph McLaughlin, Ronald Merideth, Gary Miller, Roger Miller, Clifford Montgomery, Lois Neer, Ruby Neer, Bonnie Nelson, Clarus Nelson, Janice Nelson, Ray Olson. SOPHOMORE OFFICERS Roger Miller, Reporter; Paul Shepherd, Vice-president; Frances Huff, President; Larry Swanson, Student Council; Judy Bailey, Treasurer; Dave Roller, Secretary; Ray Olson, Student Council. 32Anticipate upper class responsibilities ROW I: Terry Anderson, Richard Arnold, Judy Bailey, Robert Bainbridge, Leland Barlow, Merrill Bloomfield, Kathy Bolin, Richard Borg. ROW II: Judy Brown, Danny Carlson, Norma Carlson, Mary Lou Charlson, Gene Clarke, Patricia Diggs, Theodora Draper, Allen Elliott. ROW III: Jeanine Engstrom, Mary Erickson, Larry Evrard, Virginia Flack, John Hampton, Steven Hazelwood, Judy Holdsworth, Frances Huff, Mahlon Isaacson, Barbara Johnson, Joe Johnson, Dennis Kerschieter, Shirley Larson, Sherrill Liggett. ROW V: Sally Page, Marlene Peterson, Shirley Pitts, Diane Rice, Dave Roller, Carol Seaton, Jerry Shannon, Paul Shepherd. ROW VI: Wanda Spencer, Andy Strandberg, Larry Swanson, Shirley Swanson, Gary Taylor, Noel Voss, Diane Wilson, Lyle Wind. 33Freshmen become orientated to high school life BCVer!X Lucas Dave Lundahl, Sandra Lundeen, Duane McMeekan, Jerry McVietty, Gregory Miller Tanya S°n Gary Murdock' Kaybeth Nelson Karen Charles Paul,’Rodney Peterson. Sidne7peterso FRESHMAN OFFICERS Barbara Larson, Secretary -Treasurer; Craig Anderson, Student Council; Turee Allison, Vice President; Charles Paul, President; Karen Horine, Student Council. 34And find their place scholastically and socially ROW I: Turee Allison, Craig Anderson, Dennis Anderson, Dennis Barman, Diane Bodeen, Ronald Brown, Noel Cain, Carolyn Cole. ROW II: Dale Doubler, Sharon Dye, Tom Edmund, Shirley Franks, Charles Genisio, Hazel Greenman, Jim Hammerlund, David Hayden, Diane Henrik-son. ROW III: Susan Hernstrom, Karen Horine, Steve Humphrey, Connie Ingram, Marvin Isaacson, Christine Johnson, Cynthia Johnson, Mahlon Johnson, Gene Johnson, Roger Johnston, Connie Kessinger, Barbara Larson, Charles Lawson, Cheryl Lindsey. ROV V: Bill Plunkett, Julie Rogers, Vernon Setterdahl, George Sherrard, Richard Spivey, Diane Sullivan, Richard Swanson, Shirley Taylor, Lonnie Thayer. ROW VI: Robert Thayer, Sharon Vancil, Linda Vanover, Barbara Ward, Julie Wing, Dorothy Wyman, Wilma Wyman, Robert Zuidema.Freshmen, Sophomores Sponsor Valentine Dance Jean Vermeire and Bill Ringberg were honored by being chosen queen and king of the annual Valentine Dance. This dance. sponsored annually by the freshmen and sophomores, was well attended; and we had fun dancing to the music of Carroll Baker’s Band. SOPHOMORE SOCK HOP C.A.A. SOCK HOP Sock hops after home basketball games rounded out the winter "social season" at AlWood. Groups sponsoring them were Sophomores. G.A.A. and F.H.A.- These sock hops were record dances, and their informality seemed to add to their attraction for the students. 36JUNIOR HIGH STUDENT COUNCIL ROW I: Ronald Steffen, Ronald Longshore, Jean Olson, Carolyn Rice. ROW II: Gerald Swanson, Steven Strumquist, Lorriane Langston, Kay Hernstrom, Beth Browning. ROW III: Joan Wirt, Sherry Nelson, Bob Eiker, Jim A. Taylor, Russell Collingwood, Dan Lundahi. Mr. Roberts, Advisor. Junior High Activities Include Student Council, Basketball EIGHTH GRADE CHEERLEADERS: Carolyn Rice, Peggy Johnson, Vicki Bowman, Joan Wirt. SEVENTH GRADE BASKETBALL TEAM: ROW I: John Barton, David Lindsey, Steve Stromquist, Danny Cowser, Rickey Vanover, Mark Johnson, Ronald Longshore, Arthur Larson, Mike Petrovich. ROW II: Chester Peterson, Bob Eiker, Dennis Wendt, Jeff Kelly, Bob Bergstrom, Steve Johnston, Doug Anderson, Sid Anderson. Mr. Minder, Coach. EIGHTH GRADE BASKETBALL TEAM: ROW I: Michael Walsten, Ronald Pitts, Jim Taylor, Dan Lundahi, Duane Curry, Gaylen Lambert, Rod Minder. ROW II: Jim Taylor, Ron Engstrom, Dave Nelson, Jett Bork, Wesley Carlson, Richard Frantz, and Russ Collingwood. Mr. Minder, Coach. SEVENTH GRADE CHEERLEADERS: Susan Bowman, Jean Olson, Roberta Sherrard, Kay Hernstrom.FIRST ROW: Larry Kling, Galen Lambert, Scott Lowery, Roger Carlson, Jim R. Taylor, Mike Walsten, Gale Olson, Ronme Engstrom, Donavin Calmer, Rodney Minder, Clayton Peterson. SECOND ROW: Carolyn Rice, Bonnie Peterson, Karen McLaughlin, Vicki Bowman, Kathy Edmund, Georgia Benge, Zelma Link, Joan Wirt, Barbara Seaton Judy Swanson, Joyce Bolin, Ann Bateman, Diane Bubon. THIRD ROW: Bill Metzner, David Nelson, Jett Bork, Dave Otten, John Molberg, Richard Clarke, Jerry Swanson, Bill Arnold, Douglas Barman, Dan Lundahl Mr. Eighth Grade DOROTHY MOTT Eighth Grade DON ROBERTS Principal Eighth Grade FIRST ROW: Pam Cowman, Judy Thorp, Lillian Draper, Karen Taylor, Sandra Merideth, Lois Sipes, Carolyn Games, Peggy Johnson, Marion Schnowske, Karen Miller, Caroline Downs. SECOND ROW: Allen Spivey, Rick Frantz, Bob Genisio, Neal Bredberg, Glenn Carnes, Jon Ryan, Rodney Engstrom, Richaid Harvey, Ronnie Carlson Jim Bainbridge, Mike Whitcomb, Miss Mott. THIRD ROW: Jim A. Taylor, Ronnie Pitts, Russell Collingwood ’ Duane Curry, Ronnie Johnson, Karen Bubon, Rose Ann Barton, Bill Rice, Don Brewer, Marion Beasley Lorraine Langston, Carolin Swartout.FIRST ROW: Ronald Longshore, Chester Peterson, Danny Harvey, Rose Brewer, Judy Pruett, Sandra Plunkett, Patty Medley, Rosie Wyman, Mark Johnson, Gary Newman, David Lindsey, Sidney Anderson. SECOND ROW: Susan Quickstead, Beth Browning, Linda Lucas, Linda Sanders, Karen Owens, Kobyn Hurstrom, Kathleen Hernstrom, Gretchen Gustus, Roberta Sherrard, Dana Weiss, Frances Olson. THIRD ROW: Mrs. Shetler, John Barton, Henry Thorp, Ronald Steffen, Russell Erickson, Linde Bredburg, Robert Bergstrom, Robert Briggs, Donald Strout. Seventh Grade MARJORIE JOHNSON Seventh Grade ALICE SHETLER Seventh Grade FIRST ROW: Stephen Stromquist, Michael Petrovich, Ronald VerSchage, Diane Riggle, Susan Bowman, Nancy Strandberg, Eva Kluk, Muriel Barlow, Rose Ann Peterson, Linda Link, Thomas Pugh, Arthur Larson. SECOND ROW: Nancy Wilson, Verla Hampton, Jean Olson, Robert Eiker, David Cole, Larry Miller, Steven Bainbridge, Rickey Vanover, Jerelyn Johnson, Linda Conrad, Mrs. Marjorie Johnson. THIRD ROW: Douglas Anderson, Steven Johnston, Linda Vancil, Sherry Nelson, Suzanne Johnson, Peggy Samuelson, Sharon Nelson, Jeffery Kelly, Dennis Wendt, Robert Hampton.working planning Activities . . . Our Key to Responsibility and Relaxationcheering traveling having fun REVELRY the night before with skits, cheers, a snake dance, bonfire, and a lot of fun. RIVALRY in a game as thrilling and exciting as a story--except for the score--a tie. ROYALTY— --shivering, but obviously pleased with the game and looking forward to the rest of a memorable night.HOMECOMING ROYALTY: Janice Nelson, Gary Taylor, Judy Litton, Mike Edmund, Betty Metzner, Ronald Horner, Carol Munson, Robert Carlson, Loretta Johnson, Charles Lindsey, Sandra Lindsey, Robert Carlson, Cheryl Lindsey, Charles Paul. Homecoming King Robert Carlson and Queen Carol Munson. 43Of the students. By the students. For the students STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS President Alice Fischer Vice President Robert C arlson Secretary-Treasurer Jacque Anderson Reporter David Roller Sponsor Mr. Geiger One of the major projects of the AlWood Student Council was to promote the idea of sending an AlWood student abroad. Three AlWoodians are applying for this opportunity. Other projects included: the 12th Annual Homecoming, Student-Administration Day, and Dress Up Day, which promoted better dress and behavior among the students. SEATED: David Roller, Robert Carlson, Mr. Geiger, Alice Fischer, Jacque Anderson. STANDING: Craig Anderson, Frances Huff, Willis Kirkland, Randy Larson, Ray Olson, Karen Bredburg, Karen Horine, Rhodes Liggett, Sally Pople, Mary Sundberg, Paul Shepherd, Charles Paul, Nancy Erickson, Karen Swanson, Kendal Johnson, Karen Nos-sum, Patricia Diggs, Larry Swanson (not in picture). 44Interested in Headin’, Kiting’, and ’Rithmetic ROW I: Alice Fischer, Mary Hughes, Sally Pople, Jeanine Engstrom, Frances Huff, Sherrill Liggett, Bonnie Nelson, Mrs. McGaughy. ROW II: Nancy Erickson, Nancy Weech, Jacque Anderson, Joan Watters, Karen Nossum, Barbara Johnson, Karen Bredburg, Karen Horine, Janice Nelson. ROW III: Mary Erickson, Loretta Turner, Judy Bailey, Judy Brown, Karen Swanson, Elizabeth Walsten, Turee Allison, Susan Hernstrom, Kathryn Litton. ROW IV: Robert Carlson, Ronnie Barman, David Roller, Don Johnston, Gene Clarke, Rhodes Liggett. There are so many new members this year in F.T.A. we wonder if this indicates that they think there is much room for improvement in this Field. We know the students joined this organization with the sincere intention of learning about this profession. Our Future Teachers are members of the Blackhawk Division of Future Teachers of America. Each year we sponsor a Christmas project for a needy family. F.T.A. OFFICERS President Karen Swanson Vice President Don Johnston Secretary Karen Bredburg Treasurer Gene Clarke Reporter Ronnie Barman Student Council Rep. Dave Roller Historian Mary Erickson Parliamentarian Robert D. Carlson Song Leader Mary Hughes 45Marlene Peterson, Treasurer; Betty Metzner, Secretary; Mike Roller, President; Jacque Anderson, Vice President; Mrs. McGaughy, Advisor; Mary Erickson, Historian; Nancy Erickson, Student Council; Shirley Swanson, Reporter. Librarians Gain by Serving The AlWood Library Club is made up of AlWood Students who have given an hour or more a week of their free time to help make our library one of which we can be proud. Providing displays for the display case is one of the most important jobs of the librarians. These displays add interest to the library and acquaint the students with many of new books in our library. ROW Is Nancy Weech, Joan Watters, Betty Metzner, Sally Pople, Elizabeth Walsten, Maryetta Whimpey, Kathy Speas, Jean Vermeire, Linda Holdsworth, Barbara Johnson, Mike Roller, Bob McDowell. ROW II: Mary Hughes, Shirley Swanson, Loretta Turner, Kathryn Litton, Barbara Hammerland, Alice Fischer, Karen Swanson, Nancy Erickson, Donna Pugh, Ronnie Bateman. ROW III: Rhodie Liggett, Mary Erickson, Marlene Peterson, Jeanine Engstrom, Bonnie Nelson, Linda Litton, Jacque Anderson, Diane Wilson, Wanda Spencer, Beverly Vancil. Shirley Taylor, Barbara Ward, Shirley Franks. 46G.A.A. MEMBERS ROW Is C. Mills, B. Metzner, M. Whimpey, L. Holdsworth, J. Thayer, A. Fischer, S. Pople, K. Speas, K. Nossum, B. Johnson, M. Peterson, Mrs. Hardin. ROW II: B. Vancil, D. Maher, R. Huff, S. Bowman, A. McCurdy, K. Litton, L. Turner, M. Nelson, L. Edmund, B. Hammerland, K. Noy, B. Larson. ROW III: S. Pate, W. Spencer, R. Neer, F. Huff, J. Bailey, D. Rice, B. Johnson, P. Diggs, J. Holdworth, M. Charlson, S. Liggett, J. Brown, D. Wind. ROW IV: E. Walsten, L. Litton, K. Nelson, S. Taylor, D. Pugh, L. Neer, C. Seaton, S. Pitts, L. Vanover, S. Franks, D. Sulivan, B. Ward, B. Nelson. ROW V: J. Rogers, S. Munson, H. Greenman, D. Bodeen, K. Otten, S. Vancil, J. Litton, K. Bredberg, K. Swanson, J. Anderson, G. Johnson, S. Larson. ROW VI: B. Lucas, C. Ingram, T. Picard, C. Lindsey, S. Lundeen, B. Larson, J. Wing, C. Cole, T. Allison, C. Kessinger, S. Hernstrom, K. Horine. ROW VII: J. Engstrom, S. Swanson, J. Nelson, D. Henrikson, P. Molberg, L. Davison, L. Johnson, C. Munson, J. Watters, J. Vermeire, M. Sundberg. Girl Athletes in the Making Carol Munson, President; Kathryn Litton, Reporter; Karen Bredberg, Student Council; Doris Wind, Vice President; Diane Rice, Secretary; Linda Edmund, Treasurer. 47"Let's go, ladies!" G. A. A. The Girls' Athletic Association is an organization whose primary purpose is recreation. In fair weather you will find its members taking hikes, or playing baseball or soccer. During the winter months we turn our attention to ice-skating, volleyball, stunts and tumbling, and basketball--just to name a few. In the spring our main interest is track which is highlighted by the G.A.A. Olympics. Members earn points by attending each of these ac- The fallen angelOur "roly-poly" expert. tivities. The first year award is a set of numerals signifying the person's year of graduation. This is followed by an AlWood letter and two state awards. PLEDGE: I promise to uphold the ideals of the Girls’ Athletic Association by promoting interest in ath -letics and the out-of-doors; by living so that I may be healthy and strong; and by making good sportsmanship a constant factor in my conduct. "Fancy meeting you here!"ROW I: Lorna Bland, Kathy Speas, Sally Pople, Linda Holdsworth, Sharon Munson, Judy Thayer, Maryetta Whimpey, Loretta Johnson. ROW II: Mrs. Riley, Ann McCurdy, Kathryn Litton, Linda Edmund, Barbara Hammer-lund, Karen Noy, Sandra Lindsey, Karen Bredburg. ROW III: Donna Pugh, Sharon Dye, Cynthia Johnson, Donna Bodeen, Alice Fischer, Judy Holdsworth, Mary Lou Charlson, Barbara Ward, Doris Wind. ROW IV: Karen Nossum, Lanora Drake, Wanda Spencer, Norma Carlson, Carol Munson, Mary Sundberg, Jean Vermeire, Carol Sue Mills, Betty Metzner. F. H. A. — Doorway to Better Homes Formal initiation of officers at the Mother’s Tea in May of 1960 officially opened this year’s F.H.A. activities. The first activity last fall was the Section Rally in Geneseo at which Kathyrn Litton was elected vice president of our Section. Late fall and midwinter were highlighted by Daddy Date Nite and the Christmas Dance. The spring season was opened with the girl-ask-boy Sadie Hawkins Dance. F.H.A. OFFICERS LEFT ROW, BOTTOM TO TOP: Karen Noy, Recreation; Alice Fischer, Parliamentarian; Sandra Lindsey, Chairman of Projects; Kathryn Litton, Vice President; Ann McCurdy, Chairman of Publicity; Wanda Spencer, Historian; Sally Pople, Student Council Representative. RIGHT ROW: Jean Vermeire, Secretary; Karen Bredburg, Chairman of Degrees; Carol Munson, Chairman of Public Relations; Doris Wind, President; Linda Edmund, Treasurer. 50Christmas Dance F.F.A. Sweetheart, Doris Wind, F.H.A. Hearthrob, Randy Barman. At the Christmas Dance, which featured disc jockey, Don Nelson, Randy Barman and Doris Wind were elected Hearthrob and Sweetheart, respectively. Daddy Date Nite proved to be a contest to see who was the strongest dad. Daddy Date Nite More Dads. The major ’’profit drawing” project was the annual coat check, which again was very successful. At the Mother’s Tea held each spring, the F.H.A. girls model the clothes they have made the past year, and the F.H.A. officers are formally initiated for the next year.F.F.A. Officers President--Robert D. Carlson Vice President--Steve Johnson Secretary--Randy Larson Treasurer--Richard Peterson Reporter--Dale Peterson Student Council--Paul Shepherd Sentinel--Lyle Wind Advisor—Richard C. Geiger A New Era in Agriculture By heating Geneseo, this year the Parliamentary Procedure team placed first in sectional competition for the fourth year in a row. The Parliamentary Procedure team consisted of Steve Johnson, Richard Peterson, Robert D. Carlson, Randy Larson, and Dean Sullivan. 2“ PLACE PARLIAMENTARY TEAM SEC3TI0N I960 1“ PLACE PARLIAMENTARY TEAM SECTION 2k ______ 52This year our boar sale averaged 12th highest in the United States, averaging $128. Randy Larson sold the top boar for $204. Others selling were Dean Sullivan, Robert D. Carlson, Steve Johnson, Ray Olson, Lyle Wind, and Robert Bainbridge. While attending the National F.F.A. convention in Kansas City, Missouri, we visited the ranch of Bill House in Eureka, Kansas, where he showed us his herd of beef cows and calves and the four different native grasses in the Flint Hills of Kansas. Those pictured are Dale Peterson, Bill House, Steve Johnson, Randy Larson, Robert D. Carlson and Richard Peterson. 53ROW I: Sharon Munson, Judy Litton, Jean Vermeire, Carol Munson, Ann McCuidy, Barbara Johnson, Gloria Johnson, Barbara Ward, Connie Ingram, Roger Presler, Jerry McVietty, Dennis Barman, Robert Thayer. ROW II: Mary Lou Charlson, Cheryl Lindsey, Shirley Pitts, Shirley Taylor, Loretta Turner, Barbara Larson, Frances Huff, Karen Horine, Judy Thayer, Ralph McLaughlin, Dick Borg, Tom Edmund, Rodney Peterson, Gary Murdock. ROW III: Kaybeth Nelson, Patsy Molburg, Doris Wind, Kathryn Litton, Sandra Lindsey, Shirley Franks, Karen Otten, Cynthia Johnson, Mike Roller, Greg Miller, Richard Swanson, Vernon Setterdahl, Richard Peterson. ROW IV: Mary Ann Nelson, Janice Nelson, Mary Sundburg, Susan Hemstrom, Diane Henrickson, Connie Kessinger, Linda Litton, Linda Holdsworth, Randy Larson, Ronald Barman, Sid Peterson, Dennis Anderson, Mahlon Johnson. ROW V: Alice Fischer, Diane Rice, Joan Watters, Lorna Bland, Jeanine Engstrom, Norma Carlson, Sally Pople, Karen Nossum, Larry Smith, Tom Horner, Steve Johnson, Roy Erickson, Neal McMeekan. CHORUS OFFICERS Karen Nossum, President Rhodes Liggett, Vice President Betty Metzner, Secretary-Treasurer Mike Roller ) Sergeant-at-Willis Kirkland) arms "O Music! 54 The degree of solemnity varies with the performance. For the minstrel show the mood is gay and flippant. The peak of solemnity is reached during the Christmas season when the chorus tells to the community by song and carol the glories of Christ's birth. The seriousness of the chorus members is evidenced by the perfection of their performances at contest and spring concert. XROW I: Lonnie Thayer, Dave Roller, Dave Lundahl, Roger Miller, Larry Luallen, Karen Swanson, Kathy Speas, Nancy Weech, Karen Bredburg, Judy Holdsworth, Turee Allison, Donna Bodeen, Tanya Picard. ROW II: Willis Kirkland, Randy Barman, Mike Edmund, Dick Arnold, George Sherrard, Mary Erickson, Shirley Larson, Carol Sue Mills, Nancy Erickson, Dorc hy Maher, Patricia Diggs, Shirley Bowman, Julie Wing, Carolyn Cole. ROW III: Robert McDowell, Steve Humphrey, Charles Paul, Jim Hammerlund, Craig Anderson, Judy Brown, Judy Bailey, Elizabeth Walsten, Barbara Hammerlund, Sharon Dye, Jacque Anderson, Karen Noy, Linda Davison. ROW IV: Roger Johnston, Bill Plunkett, Paul Shepherd, David Hayden, Tom Nelson, Shirley Swanson, Sandra Lundeen, Donna Pugh, Mary Hughes, Bonnie Nelson, Julie Rogers, Sharon Vancil, Betty Metzner. ROW V: Rhodes Liggett, Bob Lee, Ronald Horner, Ronald Bateman, Eugene Clarke, Barbara Johnson, Sherill Liggett, Linda Edmund, Marlene Peterson, Maryetta Whimpey, Diane Wilson, Rosalie Huff, Loretta Johnson. Glorious Is Thy Sound” Director: Estelle Miller Accompanists: Mary Hughes Shirley Swanson Susan Hemstrom Alice Fischer Carolyn Cole 55MIXED DOUBLE QUARTET: Gene Clarke, Mary Hughes, Jim Hammerlund, Joan Watters, Ronnie Barman, Loretta Johnson, Jim Sargeant, Shirley Swanson. BOYS' DOUBLE QUARTET: Dick Borg, Sid Peterson, Dick Arnold, Roy Erickson, Randy Larson, Paul Shepherd, Jim Sargeant, Vernon Setterdahl. SOLOIST: Steve Johnson V ocal MIXED DOUBLE QUARTET: Dick Borg, Donna Bodeen, Mike Edmund, Frances Huff, Willis Kirkland, Mary Erickson, Ralph McLaughlin, Pat Diggs. Ensembles MIXED QUARTET: Ronnie Bateman, Bob Lee, Alice Fischer, Elizabeth Walsten. BOYS' QUARTET: George Sherrard, Bill Plunkett, Craig Anderson, Dave Lundahl. GIRLS' SINGLE: Sharon Munson, Barbara Larson, Cheryl Lindsey. GIRLS' QUARTET: Mary Sundberg, Sandra Lindsey, Judy Thayer, Karen Swanson.SOLOISTS: Ronnie Bateman, Bob Carlson. BRASS SEXTETTE: Steve Johnson, Dave Lundahl, Bob Carlson, Mary Hughes, Kathryn Litton, Don Johnston. SAXOPHONE QUARTET: Bob Lee, Charles Lindsey, Barbara Johnson, Linda Edmund. Band Ensembles FLUTE QUARTET: Alice Fischer, Elizabeth Walsten, Nancy Erickson, Mary Sundberg. MIXED CLARINET QUARTET: Willis Kirkland, Sandra Lindsey, Ronnie Barman, Nancy Weech. WOODWIND TRIO: Tanya Picard, Julie Rogers, Cheryl Lindsey. TROMBONE QUARTET: Larry Swanson, Sid Peterson, Vernon Setterdahl, Don Johnston. CORNET QUARTET: Mike Edmund, Roger Johnston, Paul Shepherd, Larry Luallen. 57 Bb CLAR1ENT QUARTET: Jeanine Engstrom, Judy Bailey, Tanya Picard, Judy Thayer. DRUM ENSEMBLE: Jim McCaw, Chuck Paul, Bill Plunkett, Dick Arnold. Alwood Band BRASSES--ROW I: Steve Johnson, Paul Shepherd, Dave Lundahl, Jim Browning, Doris Wind. ROW II: Kathryn Litton, Greg Miller, Don Johnston, Larry Swanson, Vernon Setterdahl, Ronnie Horner, Sid Peterson. ROW III: Robert D. Carlson. WOODWINDS--ROW I: Alice hischer, Elizabeth Walsten, Nancy Erickson, Mary Sundberg, Diane Rice, Frances Huff, Diane Wilson, Cheryl Lindsey, Judy Thayer, Tanya Picard, Willis Kirkland, Judy Bailey. ROW II: Linda Edmund, Barbara uohnson, Judy Litton, George Sherrard, Roger Miller, Karen Horine, Noel Cain, Chuck Lindsey, Mary Erickson, Bob Lee. PERCUSSION--Judi Holdsworth, Jim McCaw, Theodora Draper, Bill Plunkett, Dick Arnold, Chuck Paul. STRING BASS--Karen Nossum 58In the spring of I960, the band won superior ratings at both the district and state music contests. There were four band ensembles that won superior ratings at district, and of these the trombone quartet won the same rating at state. This year the band played at all of the football and basketball games and also assisted in the Christmas program. Other activities were the Benefit Concert, Festival, and Contest. ROW Is Judy Brown, Roger Johnston, Larry Luallen, Sharon Munson, Mike Edmund. ROW II: Roy Erickson, Ray Olson, Richard Swanson, Mary Hughes, Jackie Anderson, Loretta Johnson. ROW III: Eugene Clarke. ROW I: Jeanine Engstrom, Janice Nelson, Sandra Lindsey, Carol Munson, Rosalie Huff, Ronald Barman, Karen Bredburg, Carolyn Cole, Marlene Peterson, Gary Barton. ROW II: Ronnie Bateman, Nancy Weech, Mahlon Johnson, Jim Hammerlund, Julie Rogers, Norma Carlson, Patricia Diggs, Shirley Taylor, Patsy Molberg, Donna Bodeen. DIRECTOR--Don Riggle MAJORETTES--Julie Wing, Carol Munson, Linda Vanover, Judi Holdsworth, Shirley Swanson, Linda Holdsworth, Carol Sue Mills, Sharon Munson. 59ROW I: J. Engstrom, J. Nelson, C. Munson, L. Johnson, P. Molberg, L. Davison, D. Henrikson, S. Swanson. ROW II: C. Mills, B. Metzner, M. Whimpey, L. Holdsworth, J. Thayer, L. Bland, S. Pople, K. Speas, K. Nossum L Drake, M. Sundberg, Mrs. Hardin. ROW III: R. Huff, P. Guldenzoph, S. Bowman, A. McCurdy, K. Litton L Turner, M. Nelson, L. Edmund, S. Lindsey, B. Hammerland, K. Noy. ROW IV: C. Johnson, K. Nelson s’. Taylor S. Dye, D. Rice, B. Johnson, P. Diggs, J. Holdsworth, M. Charlson, S. Liggett, J. Brown, M. Peterson, ’ROW V: ’ D Pugh, J• Erlandson, J Larson, K. Bolin, S. Pitts. D. Wilson, C. Seaton, N. Carlson, L. Vanover, S. Franks, D. Sullivan. ROW VI: J. Rogers, S. Munson, H. Greenman, D. Bodeen, K. Otten, S. Vancil, J. Bailey F Huff J Litton, K. Bredberg K. Swanson J Anderson. ROW VII: B. Lucas, C. Ingram, T. Picard, C. Lindsey, S. LuAdeen, B. Larson, J. Wing, C. Cole, T. Allison, C. Kessinger, S. Hernstrom, K. Horine. We’re with You, Team! PEP CLUB OFFICERS Kathy Speas, Reporter; Judy Bailey, Treasurer; Linda Edmund, President; Pat Diggs, Student Council; Karen Bredberg, Secretary The purpose of this peppy group of girls is to promote school spirit and interest in all athletic activities. As you can well see, the Pep Club of 1960-1961 carried on this work in the typical AlWoodian manner. Not only did the Pep Club promote their many traditional programs--the student bus. Athletic Banquet, basketball programs, a Homecoming skit, and pep sessions--but they also instituted some new ones. 60Our Pep Section Alwood buttons were given to the Pep Club members and the members of the basketball team; green and white shakers were sold to the entire student body; and a special section was reserved at home games where Pep Club members, clad in white blouses, sat to staunchly support the Aces. Varsity Cheerleaders: Carol Munson, Linda Davison, Patsy Molberg, Loretta Johnson. Junior Varsity Cheerleaders: Shirley Swanson, Janice Nelson, Diane Henrickson, Jeamne Engstrom. 61basketball players managers track Sports Our Key to Teamwork and Fair Play cheerleaders baseball players coachFootball bounces wrong way R. Barman Right Halfback T. Nelson Right Halfback K. Johnson Center L. Hansen Center Early season injuries were certain to reduce the team's efficiency, but it was not until the season progressed that it became obvious how undermanned the team was. The Aces fell to the power of Orion, Sherrard, Rock-ridge, and ROVA. The bright spots for the Aces came late in the season. The Cambridge Vikings fell to the Aces. There was a tight game with Westmer that found the Aces on top for the season's final game. A hard-fought homecoming game ended in a tie with Winola. The Aces also tied with Atkinson. R. Carlson Right Guard K. Barman Right Tackle D. Kerschieter Right End Mm R. Taylor Left End C. Carlson c. Nelson Left Tackle Left Guard B. Ringberg Left Halfback R. Olson Left Halfback 64for the 1960 Alwood Aces I960 SCHEDULE AlWood 7. . Rova .... 22 0. . Sherrard . . 52 20. . Orion ... .52 19. . Cambridge . 0 0. . Rockridge • 25 12. . Winola ... 12 13. . Atkinson . . 13 13. . Westmer . . 12 C. Lindsey Quarterback R. Olson and R. Barman for yardage A. Samuelson Left Guard L. Wind Left Tackle L. Swanson Left End § G. Taylor Quarterback R. Carlson Fullback N. McMeekan Right Tackle L. Smith Quarterback J. Shannon Right Guard feb 61 R. Horner Right End M. Noiberg L. Halfback 65ROW I: Manager Dave Lundahl, Dennis Kerschieter, Jerry Shannon, Kenny Barman, Gary Taylor, Carl Carlson, Clarus Nelson, Tom Nelson, Bill Ringberg, Mike Edmund. ROW II: Coach Gene Behnke, Manager Richard Swanson, Robert D. Carlson, Randy Barman, Ray Olson, Robert L. Carlson, Chuck Lindsey, Kendall Johnson, Archie Samuelson, Lyle Wind, Chuck Paul, Coach Minder. ROW III: Manager Bob Lee, Neal McMeekan, Ron Horner, Merle Norburg, Larry Smith, Larry Hanson, Rodger Taylor, Larry Swanson, Manager Steve Johnson, Willie Kirk- We Fought Hard to the End NAME Carries Yards Av. Yds. Passes Passes TD’S Extra Total Gained Gained Attempted Completed Point Edmund . . . . 33 . . . . 189 . . 00 .. 2 . . . 12 Carlson . . . . . 75 . . . . 251 . . . . 3.4 . . . . . 6 . . . 1 . . . . 37 Paul . . .35 . . . . 151 . . . . 4.3 . . . . 1 . . . . . 1 Barman . . . . . .29 . . . . 160 . . . . 5.5 . . . . . 1 . . . 1 . . . . . 7 Olson .... . . . 64 . . . . 329 . . . . 5.2 . . . . . 2 . . . .12 Norberg . . . . . 5 . . . . 15 . . . . 3 ... Nelson . . . . . . 2 . . . . 8 . . . . 4 Roller . . . . . . . 1 . . . . 0 . . . . 0 ... Ringberg . . . . . 8 . . . . 23 . . . . 2.9 . . . Kerch ieter . . . . 5 . . . . 24 . . . . 4.8 . . . Smith . . . . . . . 4. . . . -7 . . . .-1.7 . . . 6 Lindsey . . . . . .37 . . . . 37 . . . . 1 ... 77 29 . . 1 . . . 2 . . . . . 8 Wind .... . Pass. . Homer. . . . . 1 1 Taylor . . . . Pass . . 1 . . . . 6 Team .... . . . 300 . . . 1,180 . . . 3.93 . . 83 29 ... . . . 13 . . . 6 . . . . .84 Rested and ready for second half Cheerleaders give encouragementMcMeekan leads for Lindsey Ready to do their part JUNIOR VARSITY SCHEDULE ALWOOD 32 0 0 26 27 6 33 13 6 6 35 6 48 0 5-1-1 Season 5-0-0 Conference The AlWood fans have great hopes for this Junior Varsity football team which was the Combelt Conference champ with a perfect combelt record of five wins and no losses. There was one loss and one tie for the year. The loss was to ROVA, a non-conference team. The tie was with Aledo, also a non-conference team. Jr. Varsity-Cornbelt Champs ROW I: Larry Swanson, Jerry Shannon, Jim Hammerlund, Gary Taylor, Dave Roller, Ray Olson, Clarus Nelson, Dennis Kerschieter, Craig Anderson, Terry Anderson. ROW II: Coach Walter Minder, Steve Hazelwood, Clifford Montgomery, Mahlon Isaacson, Noel Voss, Dennis Anderson, Steve Humphrey, Sidney Peterson, George Sherrard, Vernon Setterdahl, Chuck Paul. ROW III: Manager Richard Swanson, Eugene Clarke, Eugene Merideth, Tom Edmund, Bob Bainbridge, Noel Cain, Mahlon Johnson, Greg Miller, David Hayden, Charles Genisio, Lonnie Thayer, Manager Dave Lundahl.VARSITY TEAM--ROW I: Gary Barton, Charles Lindsey, Steve Johnson, Bill Ringberg, Larry Smith, Willis Kirkland. ROW II: Coach Behnke, Robert Sipes, Neal McMeekan, Bob Lee, Larry Swanson, Don Johnston, Ron Horner. Aces Tie for Second in Cornbelt The AlWood Aces ended the season with a 13-9 record. The Aces were tied for second place with the Sherrard Tigers, with only one game separating them from the first-place Winola Jets. The Aces won their first-round game in the Regional Tournament at Woodhull. The Westmer Warriors fell to the Aces in an overtime period in tournament play. The shot that won the game was in the air when the buzzer ended the game. The Aledo Green Dragons paced the Aces in the second round of play and went on to win the Regional Tournament. JUNIOR VARSITY TEAM--ROW I: Vernon Setterdahl, Craig Anderson, Chuck Paul, Ray Olson, Sid Peterson, Steve Humphrey, Jim Hammerlund, George Sherrard. ROW II: Bill Plunkett, Paul Shepherd, Gary Taylor, Roger Johnston, Coach Behnke, Danny Carlson, Dennis Kerchieter, Gene Clark, John Hampton. i f |BOB LEE NEAL Me MEEK AN STEVE JOHNSON LARRY SWANSON DON JOHNSTON CHARLES LINDSEY Individual Varsity Record PLAYER FGA FGM PCT Johnston 242 94 .388 Lindsey 276 99 .358 Barton 146 47 .321 McMeekan 120 41 .341 Johnson 122 40 .327 Swanson 176 59 .335 Horner 6 2 .333 Sipes 4 1 .250 Ringberg 3 0 .000 Smith 23 6 .260 Kirkland 16 2 .131 Lee 2 1 .500 FT A FTM PCT F PTS 93 58 .633 58 246 121 79 .652 59 277 74 47 .629 60 141 52 13 .250 33 95 38 18 .473 30 98 75 42 .560 49 160 11 4 .363 13 8 5 0 .000 3 2 0 0 .000 2 0 24 15 .625 20 27 7 3 .428 5 7 4 1 .250 8 3 BOB SIPES BILL RINGBERG GARY BARTON LARRY SMITH RON HORNER WILLIS KIRKLANDFree throw for Horner Chuck tries to pass through in last tourney game. Sitting on air? Chuck's fancy dribbling 33 . . . . .53 32 . . 38 . . . . 62 39 . . . .36 39 . . , . . . 51 41 . . 46 . . . . -38 42 . . . .43 44 . . , . . .41 35 . . 42 . . . . .46 33 . . . .47 45 . . . . . .68 32 . . . .52 48 . . , . . 42 44 . . , . . 37 48 . . . . . 50 40 . . . .35 50 . . , . . .62 33 . . . . 47 51 . . , . . .43 31 . . , 44 . . . . . .41 50 . . , . .61 40 . . . . . .54 41 . . . . .60 54 . . . . . 51 48. . . . .49 72 . . , . . 67 57 . . . . 36 41 . . . . . 49 36 . . . . 43 66 . . . . . 64 27 . . . 58 . . . . . 49 59 . . . . . 52 53 . . . . . 43 57 . . . . . 55 39 . . . . . .68 Larry's shot cramped by Cavanah Victory! Last-minute strategyTom, Don and Roy Track and Baseball Carl Carlson VARSITY TRACK POINT TOTALS FOR 1960 Letter Winners Jim Nelson...................51 1 2................Ron Homer........................6 1 2 Lanny Turner............... 32 3 4 ................Dennis Kerschieter...............6 1 4 Don Johnston ...............23 1 4................Randy Barman.....................6 Bruce Paul.......................21................Rodger Taylor....................4 1 2 Carl Carlson....................17 ................Charles Lindsey..................2 1 4 Gary Barton...................111 4................Bob Carlson......................2 Bob Lee..........................10................Harvey Carlson...................2 Tom Nelson .......................9................Merle Norberg....................1 Place in individual event in major meet. Gene Merideth......................1 4 Baseball and track round out the spring sports schedule. However, since the yearbook must go to press before this year's season begins, the information on this page covers the spring of 1960. It was a very rainy season, and many of the events had to be canceled. We are looking forward this year to more favorable weather and a really full schedule of baseball games and track meets. Gary Taylor Ray Olson 71ANNUAL PRODUCTION STAFF, SEATED: Rhodes Liggett; Mary Hughes, Editor-in-chief; Mike Roller. STANDING: Jean Vermeire, Judy Thayer, Karen Swanson, Kendall Johnson, Nancy Weech, Alice Fischer, Karen Bredburg, Barbara Johnson, Jackie Anderson, Dale Peterson, Elizabeth Walsten, Joan Watters, Mary Sundburg, Kathy Speas. Yearbook Staff Writes Finis Have your ever wondered what your parents looked like twenty years ago, what they did in school, what their friends looked like, or what made them the kind of people they are? Save this yearbook for the future, and you will find that maybe it will answer some of these questions concerning yourselves several years from now. The staff has tried to include a little bit of everything that went into the year 1960-61 at AlWood High School. JUNIOR STAFF: Bob Lee, Sandra Lindsey, Rosalie Huff, Tom Homer. SALES STAFF: Jim Browning, Ron Horner, Linda Holdsworth, Maryetta Whimpey, Betty Metzner. Thank You Many thanks to patient faculty members, students, board members, administration, photographer, and personnel who cooperated in making this yearbook possible. The photographer was Lenox Studio of Moline, and the publisher was the American Yearbook Company. _JL,autographs


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