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

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ALBUM 1962 Published by Senior Class Alwood High School Woodhuil, IllinoisAlWood host families waiting impatiently for American Field Service bus to unload. We Work on World Peace and Friendship Mr. Geiger welcomes the American Field Service students.Our inspiration--the United Nations Building in New York City reflect ing the city's skyline. Here in our community is our own miniature United Nations--the AlWood High School. This past summer there were 36 delegates representing 21 countries here on Independence Day. Our community was host to these students, who were on their way home after serving as exchange students in the United States. These students, our own exchange students, our visitor from Luxembourg--all of these people have helped to develop thoughts of world peace and friendship within us. These students shared with us a weekend of discussion, sports, dancing, and a good old-fashioned 4th of July picnic. Peace and friendship begin right here at school and in our community. We are learning to get along with classmates each day. Each week, through sports or some other conference event, we are given the opportunity to widen our circle of friends. We are striving to be friendly with each and every person with whom we come in contact and to develop our understanding of our community--locally, nationally, and internationally. We would like to share with you the joys, friendships, and understandings we gained of our own schoolmates and of teenagers all over the world in this year of '61 and '62. 3A panel composed of three exchange students and Diane Bodeen, Mrs. Hardin, Richard Carlson, and Rhodie Liggett discussed questions about American and foreign countries. Our Year Was Enriched by Sharing Ideas These unsuspecting victims were trying to take a picture of some of the Americans they had been visiting. Our sports-minded boys learned the skills of soccer under the capable guidance of these foreign visitors. 4Seniors..............6 Underclassmen . . ..14 Administration . . . .26 Seniors..............6 Underclassmen . . ..14 Administration . . . .26 Faculty.............28 Activities..........39 Athletics...........60 Supplement..........75 5RONALD BARMAN—Chorus 1,2,3,4; Ensembles 1,2,3,4; Band 1,2,3,4; Ensembles 1,2,3,4; Minstrel Show 1,2, 3,4; F.F.A. 2,3,4; F.T.A. 1,2,3,4; Officer 3,4; Class Play 3,4; Annual Staff 4. RONALD BATEMAN—Football 1; Basketball 1,2,4; Mgr. 3; Baseball Mgr. 2; Band 1,2,3,4; Ensembles 1; Solos 2,3,4; Chorus 1,2,3,4; Ensembles 1,2,3,4; Minstrel Show 1,2,3,4; Class Play 3,4; Library Club 3,4; Officer 4; Student Council 4; Annual Staff 4. SHIRLEY BOWMAN--Pep Club 1,2,3,4; G.A.A. 1,2,3; Class Play 4; Chorus 1, 2,3,4. ROBERT CARLSON--F.F.A. 1,2,3,4; Officer 2,3,4; Parliamentary Procedure Team 1,2; Student Council 2,3, 4; Vice-President 3; Class Officer 1,2, 3,4; Football 1,2,3,4; Band 1,2,3,4; Chorus 1,2; King Attendant 1,2,3. Seniors Return to Busy Year of Study, SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS Student Council Rep. Mike Edmund Karen Noy President Tom Homer Vice-President Neal McMeekan Treasurer Jim Sargeant Secretary Robert CarlsonLINDA DAVISON—G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Pep Club 1,2,3,4 President 4; Band 1; Girls Service League 1; F.T.A. 2; Chorus 3, 4; Cheerleader 2,3,4; Homecoming 2; Homecoming Queen 4. LINDA EDMUND--G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Officer 3; Pep Club 1,2,3,4 President 3; F.H.A. 1,2,3,4 Officer 2,3,4; Library Club 4 Officer 4; F.T.A. 4; Band 1,2,3, 4 Ensemble 1,2,3,4; Chorus 1,2,3,4 Minstrel Show 1,2,3,4; Girls' Chorus 1, 2,3,4; National Honor Society 3,4; Student Council 1,4 Officer 4; Class President 1; Class Play 3,4; Annual Staff 4. MIKE EDMUND—Football 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Homecoming Attendant 3; Student Council 4; Class Officer 4; Annual Staff 4; Band 1,2,3,4; Chorus 1,2,3,4 Ensembles 1,2,3,4 Officer 4; Minstrel Show 1,2,3,4; Class Play 3,4. PHYLLIS CULDENZOPF—Class Play 4; Class Officer 3; G.A.A. 1,2; Pep Club 2,3,4; F.H.A. 1; F.T.A. 2; Annual Staff 4; Chorus 1; National Honor Society 3,4. TERRY HAMPTON Budget Problems and Fun . . . Neal collects money for annual and play tickets from Tom, Ann, Kathryn, Mary Ann, and Robert. 7BARBARA HAMMERLUND—Pep Club 1,2,3,4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; F.H.A. 1,2,3, 4; Student Council 4; Chorus 1,3,4; Class Officer 3; Library Club 3,4; President 4; F.T.A. 4; Annual Staff 4; Class Play 4; National Honor Society 3,4. LARRY HANSON—Football 1,2,3,4; Basketball 2; Baseball 1. THOMAS HORNER—Chorus 1,2,3,4; Minstrel Show 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1,2,3, 4; F.T.A. 1; Class Officer 2,3,4; Class Play 3; Annual Staff 3,4; Student Council 4; Officer 4. ROSALIE HUFF—F.T.A. 3,4; Band 1,2, 3,4; Chorus 1,2,3,4; Ensemble 1,2,3,4; Minstrel Show 2,3,4; Annual Staff 3,4; Editor 4; Class Play 3,4; G.A.A. 1,2,3, 4; Pep Club 1,2,3; National Honor Society 3,4. STEPHEN JOHNSON—Basketball 1,2,3, 4; Track 1,2,3,4; Football 2,4; Class Play 3,4; Chorus 1,2,3,4; Solo 2,3,4; Ensembles 1,2,3,4; Band 1,2,3,4; Ensembles 1,2,3,4; F.F.A. 1,2,3,4; Officer 2,3,4; Student Council 1; Class Officer 2; Minstrel Show 1,2,3,4. Following a Summer of Barb and Sandy enjoy (?) the first day of school. 8GLORIA JOHNSON--F.T.A. 1,2,3,4; Chorus 1,2,3,4; Minstrel Show 2,3,4; Class Play 3; Pep Club 2; G.A.A. 1,2, 3,4; Homecoming Attendant 1. WILLIS KIRKLAND--Basketball 1,2,3, 4; Football 1,2; Track 1,2,3,4; Band Ensembles 1,2,3,4; Chorus 1,2, 3.4 Ensembles 1,2,3,4 Minstrel Show 1, 2,3,4; Officer 3,4; National Honor Society 3,4; Class Play 3; Class Officer 3; Student Council 2,3,4 President 4; Homecoming Attendant 4. JANET LARSON--Chorus 1,2; Pep Club 1,2,3,4; F.T.A. 1; F.H.A. 1,2. RANDY LARSON—Choms 1,2,3,4 Ensembles 1,2,3,4 Minstrel Show 1,2,3,4; Band 1,2; F.F.A. 1,2,3,4 Officer 2,3; Class Play 4; National Honor Society 3,4; Student Council 2,3,4; Baseball 3,4. ROBERT LEE—Band 1,2,3,4 Ensembles 2,3,4; Chorus 1,2,3,4 Minstrel Show Ensemble 1,2,3,4; F.T.A. 1; Track 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3; Class Play 3,4. Relaxation and Work.RICHARD LENZ--Chorus 1; Minstrel Show 1; Football 1 Stat. 4; Basketball Stat. 3; Baseball Mgr. 4; Class Play 3, 4. SANDRA LINDSEY—Pep Club 1,2,3,4 Officer 1,4; F.H.A. 1,2,3,4 Officer 3,4; G.A.A. 1,2; F.T.A. 4; Chorus 1,2,3,4; Band 1,2,3,4 Ensembles 1,2,3; Minstrel Show 3; Class Play 3,4; Homecoming Attendant 3,4; Annual Staff 3,4. JUDY LITTON—C.A.A. 1,2,3,4 Officer 1; Pep Club 1,2,3,4 Officer 1; Chorus 1,2,3,4; Band 1,2,3,4; Homecoming Attendant 3; Class Play 3,4; Annual Staff 4; National Honor Society 3,4. RONALD MERIDETH—F.F.A. 1,2,3,4; Annual Staff 4; Class Play 4. DOROTHY MAHER—G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; F.T.A. 1,2; Chorus 1,2,3,4; Class Play 3. We Alternately Sold Pop andKATHRYN LITTON—Pep Club 1,2; F.H.A. 1,2,3,4 Officer 2,3,4; C.A.A. Officer 3; F.T.A. 2,3,4 Officer 3; Band 1,2,3,4 Ensemble 1,2,3,4; Chorus 1,2,3,4 Ensemble 1,2,3,4 Officer 4; Library Club 3,4; Class Play 4; Annual Staff 4. ANN McCURDY—G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; F.H.A. 1,2,3; Pep Club 1,2,3,4; Chorus Ensemble 1,2,3,4 Minstrel Show 2,3,4; Class Play 3,4 Annual Staff 4. NEAL McMEEKAN—Football 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Class Play 3; Chorus 1,2,3,4; Track 1,2,3; Class Officer 4; Library Club 4. PAT MOLBURG—Band 1,2,3,4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Pep Club 1,2,3,4 Officer 4; Cheerleader 1,2,3,4; Chorus 1,2,3,4; Class Play 3,4. MARYANN NELSON—G.A.A. 1,2,3,4 President 4; Pep Club 2,3,4; Chorus Ensemble 1,2,3,4 Minstrel Show 2,3,4; Homecoming Attendant 4; Class Play 3,4; F.T.A. 4; Annual Staff 4. Cheered the Team at GamesMERLE NORBERG—Football 2,3,4; Track 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2. KAREN NOY—F.H.A. 2,3,4; Officer 3, 4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; F.T.A. 2; Chorus 1,2,3,4; Ensembles 1,2,3,4; Minstrel Show 2,3,4; Student Council 4; Class Officer 4; Class Play 3,4; Annual Staff 4. ROBERT OVERSTREET—Chorus 1; Annual Staff 4. RICHARD PETERSON—Band 1,2; Chorus 1,2,3,4; Class Officer 1,2; F.F.A. 1,2,3,4; Officer 3,4; Minstrel Show 1,2,3,4; National Honor Society 3,4. JIM SARGEANT—Chorus 1,2,3,4; Officer 4; Ensembles 3,4; Solo 1,4; Minstrel Show 4; Band 1,2,3,4; Class Officer 2,4; Class Play 3,4; Track 1; Football Mgr. 4; Basketball 1; Mgr. 2,3,4; Annual Staff 4; Pep Club 1,2,3; Homecoming Attendant 4. We Dressed in the Latest Fads, Blazers displayed by Barb Hammerlund and Loretta Turner, while Shirley is an individualist with fancy hose. 12ROBERT SIPES—Basketball 1,3,4; Track 2; Football 4. LARRY SMITH—Football 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Baseball 2,3,4; Track 1,2; Class Play 4; Chorus 1,2,3,4; Minstrel Show 1,2,3,4; Ensembles 2. DEAN SULLIVAN--Chorus 1; Minstrel Show 1; F.F.A. 1,2,3; Livestock Judging Contest 1; Parliamentary Procedure Team 2; Baseball 2,3,4; Football 4; Homecoming King 4. ELFRIEDE SCHWEIMER—Student Council 4; F.H.A. 4; G.A.A. 4; Pep Club 4; Chorus 4; Officer 4; Student Librarian; Class President (Germany). LORETTA TURNER—Class Officer 1; G.A.A. 1,2; Pep Club 1,2,3,4; F.T.A. 2,3,4; Library Club 3,4; Chorus 1,2,3, 4; Minstrel Show 3,4; Annual Staff 4. The Boys As Well As the Girls Ron Bateman, Steve Johnson, Bob Lee, Mike Edmund, Tom Homer, Ron Merideth, and Dean Sullivan display their fancy sweaters. 13A mass of underclassmen assemble in the lobby to be photographed. A typical farm scene with Dudley and Turee Allison and their not so typical guest--an exchange student from France. "Lobbying” International Entertaining Partying chorus parties! The Statue of Liberty symbolizing liberty for all who enter our country. Underclassmen Waiting Freshmen waiting in the lunch line. More Waiting! Grade schoolers await their turn to march into the gym for the annual Christmas program.Paul Shepherd President David Roller Vice President Terry Anderson Secretary Two Juniors Apply for Study Abroad Richard Arnold Judy Bailey Robert Bainbridge Leland Barlow Merrill Bloomfield Kathy Bolin Richard Borg Judy Brown Dan Carlson Norma Carlson Mary Lou Charlson Eugene Clarke Patricia Diggs Allen Elliott Jeanine Engstrom School must have been amusing today. Judy Bailey, Judy Brown, Bonnie Nelson. Mary Erickson Larry Evrard Virginia Flack John Hampton Steve Hazelwood Judi Holdsworth Frances Huff Barbara Johnson Joe Johnson 16Ray Olson Treasurer Roger Miller Student Council Rep. Janice Nelson Student Council Rep. New Experiences Are Play, Prom, Rings Shirley Larson Sherrill Liggett Linda Litton Larry Lualien Jim McCaw Ralph McLaughlin Gene Merideth Gary Miller Lois Neer Bonnie NeUon Clarus Nelson Sally Page Marlene Peterson Shirley Pitts Diane Rice Carol Seaton Wanda Spencer Andy Strandberg Larry Swanson Shirley Swanson Gary Taylor Noel Voss Diane Wilson Lyle Wind Paul Shepherd, our musical president. 17Dick Borg, Clarus Nelson, Roger Miller, Dan Carlson, Ray Olson, Andy Strandberg, and Paul Shepherd get ready to enjoy a fried chicken dinner! Other Juniors Enjoy Each sab «« M r" Shirty Lind3 chorus i Hurt »terson and Pre by Frp le«e r Swaps' Litton- Class i Mary 1 Lyle Nclsua Marlene Peterson, Judy Bailey, Sherrill Liggett, Shirley Larson, and Judy Brown get ready for the rush to the buses. Christmas is put away for 1961 by the junior girls, Wanda Spencer, Carol Seaton, Kathy Bolin as they dismantle the lobby Christmas tree. and Are Typical AlWood Students Fran Huff and Pat Diggs relax on the trunk of one of our town's stricken elm trees. We wanted to remember the fashionable large bags and tennis shoes of this year, but couldn't bear to cut off the happy smiles either. They belong to Barbara Johnson, Wanda Spencer, Judy Brown and Judy Bailey.George Shcrrard President Jim Hammerlund Vice President Sidney Peterson Secretary Sophs Plan Future — Attend Career Day Turee Allison Craig Anderson Dennis Anderson Dennis Barman Donna Bodeen Ronald Brown Noel Cain Richard Calhoun Carolyn Cole Clarence Detert Dale Doubler Sharon Dye Tom Edmund Shirley Franks Charles Genisio Hazel Greenman David Hayden Diane Henrikson Susan Hernstrom Karen Horine Steve Humphrey Connie Ingram Marvin Isaacson Christine Johnson Eugene Johnson Mahlon Johnson Cynthia Johnson Roger Johnston Barbara LarsonCharles Paul Treasurer Cheryl Lindsey Student Council Rep. Gregory Miller Student Council Rep. Also Study, Practice, Play, Giggle Charles Lawson Beverly Lucas Dave Lundahl Sandra Lundeen Duane McMeekan Jerry McVietty Sharon Munson Gary Murdock KayBeth Nelson Karen Otten Larry Peterson Rodney Peterson Tanya Picard Bill Plunkett Julie Rogers Vernon Setterdahl Jerry Shannon Blaine Spivey Diane Sullivan Richard Swanson Shirley Taylor Lonnie Thayer Robert Thayer Sharon Vancil Linda Vanover Barbara Ward Julie Wing Robert ZuidemaWilliam Arnold Jim Bainbridge Douglas Barman Rose Barton Ann Bateman Marion Beasley Georgia Benge Joyce Bolin Jett Bork Vicki Bowman Freshmen-Young but Neal Bredberg Don Brewer Diane Bubon Karen Bubon Duane Curry President Donavin Calmer Roger Carlson Ronald Carlson Wesley Carlson Joan Wirt Secretary Carolyn Carnes Glenn Carnes Richard Clarke Russell Collingwood Gerald Swanson Student Council Representative Pam Cowman Peggy Davis Caroline Downs Kathy Edmund Rodney Engstrom Ronald Engstrom Richard Frantz Robert Genisio Mary Hoyle Peggy Johnson Ronald JohnsonLarry Kling Lorraine Langston Zelma Link Scott Lowery Karen McLaughlin Sandra Merideth Mighty 4 William Metzner Karen Miller Rodney Minder John Molberg in Number David Nelson Gale Olson David Otten Bonita Peterson Carolyn Rice Vice President Clayton Peterson Teresa Peterson Ronnie Pitts Randy Randall Mike Walsten Treasurer William Rice Jon Ryan Linda Sargeant Marian Schnowske Dan Lundahl Student Council Representative Barbara Seaton Lois Sipes Allen Spivey Judy Swanson Caroline Swartout James Taylor Jim R. Taylor Karen Taylor Judy Thorp Mike WhitcombTreasurer Phyllis Guide nzopf Vice Pres. Judy Litton President Randy Larson Secretary Willis Kirkland Membership of the National Honor Society is composed of selected juniors and seniors. Qualifications for this national organization are citizenship, leadership, scholarship, and service Members are chosen by the faculty, and can be taken off by the faculty if they no longer qualify. This year one fourth of the organization is composed of boys of the two classes. National Honor Society ROW I: Mrs. McGaughy, Linda Edmund, Judy Litton, Phyllis Guldenzopf, Karen Noy, Rosalie Huff, Mrs. Swanson. ROW II: Barb Hammerlund, Fran Huff, Marlene Peterson, Bonnie Nelson, Diane Wilson, Mary Erickson, Virginia Fiack. ROW III: Elfi Schweimer, Judy Brown, Shirley Swanson, Pat Diggs, Jeanine Engstrom, Sherrill Liggett, Linda Litton. ROW IV: Larry Swanson, David Roller, Richard Peterson, Robert Carlson, Willis Kirkland, Randy Larson, Paul Shepherd. 24PLAY CAST ROW Is Randy Larson, Mike Edmund, Shirley Bowman, Karen Noy, Linda Davison, Judy Litton, Rosalie Huff, Ann McCurdy, Mrs. Bloomberg. ROW II: Bob Lee, Sandy Lindsey, Phyllis Guldcnzopf, Pat Molburg, Elfi Schweimer, Barb Hammerlund, Ron Merideth. ROW III: Ronnie Barman, Jim Sargeant, Kathryn Litton, Steve Johnson, Larry Hanson, Mary Ann Nelson, Ron Bateman. Seniors Present ’Growing Pains’ Prompters--Mary Ann Nelson, Linda Edmund. 25 Sound effects and lights--Gloria Johnson, Dean Sullivan, Larry Smith.of Directors Even after the last AlWood-ian has retired for the night, these dedicated men can oft 'times be found burning the midnight oil in Mr. Fischer's office. WAYNE NELSON BEN DOWNS President Our Board RALPH RICE Secretary DAVE SWANSON GLENN SETTERDAHL ANNA PADAVICH School Treasurer DAVE EDMUND LEO RAISBECK 26Administration Mr. Metzger looks over our first six-weeks report cards. This year is Mr. Metzger's eleventh year as principal at AlWood. Our high school has steadily progressed under his excellent supervision. His counseling and guidance service to the students, involving testing, interviewing and advising them as to suitable careers, is an important phase of his work. E. E. FISCHER B.S., Carthage M.S., U. of I. Superintendent DON METZGER B.S., U. of I. M.S., U. of I., Principal Mr. Fischer became the superintendent of the AlWood Schools in 1948. He has had to become an expert on school details that most of us never think of. On snowy days when he must decide on holding classes or canceling them, he must wish he could also be an expert weatherman. Mrs. Litton, secretary to Mr. Metzger, and Mrs. Diggs, secretary to Mr. Fischer, do the daily secretarial work, the filing of student information and recording of student grades on report cards, CATHERINE DIGGS Secretary to Mr. Fischer DOROTHY LITTON Secretary to Mr. Metzger 27Mrs. Fischer, Ron Barman and Shirley Bowman in a French conference. Even though we may never take part in a Cape Canaveral rocket test, we can still learn and apply our chemical and physical sciences that we learn here at AlWood. Under the watchful eyes of our calm and collected science teachers, we learn by experimenting and by the actual application of scientific theories. Mathematics may be the same old "stuff, " but at AlWood we have a shining new face, namely Mr. Kittelson's, to teach it. He always tries to present the same old math to the students in a very interesting way. This way we learn our math and enjoy it, too. Mr. Metzger teaches many freshmen and sophomores in his general math course. Mr. Minder initiates Jerry Swanson, Scott Lowery and Peggy Johnson into science.IRENE McCAUCHY B.A., Monmouth M.S., Western I.U. Librarian English IV FRANCES FISCHER B.A., Eureka French I,II Faculty Helps Us to Understand LOUIS BROWNING B.S., Illinois State Normal U. Biology, Chemistry, Physics WALTER MINDER B.S., Western I.U. General Science, P.E., Baseball, J.V. Football STAN KITTELSON B.A., Wartburg Mathematics, P.E., Varsity Athletics Mr. Browning assists Ron Merideth, Larry Hanson, Neal McMeekan and Merle Norburg in setting up an experiment.Senior English class concentrates. Two hundred thirty-two active AlWood students file into our English classrooms every day to get their daily dose of literature, grammar, and spelling. With the presentemphasis on communication skills, every teacher is urged to be an English teacher, but of course the main task falls on our three capable English instructors, Mrs. McGaughy, Mrs. Weech, and Mrs. Bloomberg. They must prepare the fifty per cent of our graduates entering college every year for the demanding English classes of the colleges and universities. Usually Groups Are Taught Formally DOROTHY SWANSON B.A., Augustana Business Education JANE WEECH B.A., Marycrest English I, II RUTH BLOOMBERG B.A., Knox English II, III Latin I, II Typing I class watches the copy. Some day one may recognize the name of a high executive and say, "He studied business at AlWood High." In our business department at AlWood we can learn and apply the rules of typing, shorthand, bookkeeping, and office practice under the guidance of Mrs . Swanson. In typing we learn to type important letters to big businesses; in shorthandthe girls take dictation from an imaginative and handsome executive; in bookkeeping we learn how to make and spend money; and in office practice the girls learn, among other things, how to find something once they have filed it. 30Band practices for football show. If one were to visit our high school during band or chorus period he would hear many different sounds. All the sounds may not be the best, but with a little work and some polishing, we can perfect those sounds and come out with a number good enough to perform. Our chorus has an annual minstrel show, and we have just purchased a grand piano with the money we have earned. Our band has annual concerts, and the money from these concerts sends students to music camp in the summer. Some Outdoor Classes Are Expedient DON RICGLE B.A., Monmouth M.S. of M.E., Western Illinois U. Band ESTELLE MILLER B.A., Carthage Chorus CAROL HARDIN B.A., Illinois State Normal U. Girls' P.E. A boys' P.E. baseball game. tit Physical education, commonly known as P.E., has been expanded in many ways, some good and some bad. The girls have started badminton and cage ball, and the boys play basketball or volleyball. With the gymnasium the size it is, two volleyball games can be played at the same time, which enables each participant to have a better chance. When it comes to running laps, the gym seems very monstrous, but this all goes into building our bodies by exercise . 31Mr. Metzger, Jim Taylor, and general math. Way over in the northermost regions of our building are found the industrial arts classroom and shop, and the ag classroom, shop and laboratory. In these pleasant modern shops, future builders may develop their first interest in a career in that field, and our area's basic industry, agriculture, takes on a business like character. In these days of technical farming and close margin of profit, no farmer can know too much about his business, as these boys learn. Mr. Geiger teaches ag, and Mr. Hain-line divides his time between American Problems class and industrial arts. Individual Approach to Many Problems M. D. MAINLINE B.E., Western 111. U. Ind. Arts American Problems RICHARD GEIGER B.S., U. of 111. Agriculture SUE MELTON B.S., Western 111. U Home Economics Foreign language classes at AlWood have taken on a truly foreign flavor in the last two years, since exchange students from Europe have been members of them. As we watch the progress of these European students translating from French or Latin into English, or vice versa, while at the same time they are thinking in their native language, we gain new respect for the importance of mastery of foreign languages to international relations. Mrs. Fischer and Mrs. Bloomberg have the important assignment of French and Latin instruction. Mrs. Bloombeg, Terry Anderson, and English 32Sandra Lindsey, Mrs. McGaughy, and English In our social studies department, we discuss and try to solve the world's problems. Under the guidance of Mr . Hainline and Mr. Miller, we have our roundtable discussions and hold our meetings. Mr. Miller exposes us to our World's history and our United States' history; Mr. Hainline discusses our American problems . We may laugh at the idea of having a great statesman come from our school, but anything is possible. We have two very capable instructors, and the rest is up to us, the students. Is Practiced by Faculty and Students RUTH MASON ALBERT MILLER R.N., Galesburg Cottage Hosp. B.S., Carthage Home Nursing History, P.E. The mouth-watering scents which often meet one near the home ec department verify the fact that those girls are really learning to cook and bake, as well as to sew fashionable clothes. We all enjoy the clever window displays our new instructor, Miss Melton, and her classes assemble to demonstrate homemaking and good living. Home nursing is taught by our school nurse, Mrs. Mason, to the senior girls in their spring semester. It is another valuable addition to their high school training, since it enhances the importance of the knowledge of first aid and the care of the sick. 33 Peggy Johnson, Miss Melton work on window display.OFFICE PRACTICE: Mimeographing AG: Judging animals Classes That Emphasize the Practical HOME NURSING: Learning how to take care of bed patients AG: Learning practical carpentry8th GRADE CHEERLEADERS: Jean Olson, Sherry Nelson, Kay Hernstrom, Susan Bowman. 8TH GRADE BASKETBALL: ROW I: Mike Petrovich (Mgr.), Danny Cowser, Dave Lindsey, Ronald Steffen, Steve Bainbridge, Mark Johnson, David Cole, Johnny Barton (Mgr.). ROW II: Sid Anderson, Bob Eiker, Doug Anderson, Jeff Kelly, Steve Johnston, Dennis Wendt, Russell Erickson, Linde Bredberg. Junior High Activities STUDENT COUNCIL: ROW I: Steve Buban, Terry Roller, Larry Roller, Andrea Buban. ROW II: Kay Hernstrom, Susan Bowman, Janet Peterson, Diane Peterson. ROW III: Sid Anderson, Ronnie Longshore, Danny Cowser, Sally Weech. ROW IV: Steve Strom-quist, Robyn Hurstrom, Robert Eiker, Miss Mott. 7th GRADE BASKETBALL: ROW I: Dan Tusing, Larry Roller, Terry Roller, David Bloomberg, David Kelly, Randy Waugh, Steve Mills, Rockne Bork, David Bugos, Larry Benge, Dale Knutson. ROW II: David Seaton (Mgr.), Lanny Johnson, Neal Johnson, Dennis Shannon, Martin Calmer, Don Charlson, Garry Nelson, Brent McCurdy, George Wirt. ROW III: Danny Gillette, Mark Anderson, Monte Boulduc, Logan Stiers, Robbie Mentzer, Ken Larson, Billy Montgomery, Monte Lutrell, 7tfc GRADE CHEERLEADERS: Diane Peterson, Steve Buban, Larry Good, Mike Greenman, Jim Pruett (mgr.), Aodxe L Bubon, Janet Peterson, Erla Youngren. Greg Peterson.ROW I: Jeanne Gardner, David Bugos, Gloria Peterson, Randall Vanover, Terry Roller, Darrell Johnson, David Bloomberg, Billy Montgomery, Earlene Maher, Larry Roller, Janet Peterson, Andrea Bubon, Monte Lutrell, Logan Stiers, Erla Youngren, Marjorie Johnson. ROW II: David Seaton, Steven Mills, Garry Nelson, Georgia Mills, Bonnie Grown, Monty Bolduc, Sandra Anderson, Sidney Carlson, Richard Davis, Mary Davis, Kenneth Larson, George Wirt, Dale Knutson, David Kelley, Daniel Gillette. Students Abound in New Interests Seventh Grade ALICE SHETLER A.B., William and Vashti 7th Grade MARJORIE JOHNSON B.S., M.S., Western Illinois State U. 7th Grade ROW I: Sally Weech, Diane Peterson, Michael Montgomery, Mary Olson, James Pruett, Larry Good, Mark Rutledge, Michael Greenman, Larry Benge, Candis Hurstrom, Neal Nelson, Randy Waugh, Elgena Rainey, Patty Cowman, Sally Medley, Darrel Lawson, Mrs. Shetler. ROW II: Gregory Peterson, Danny Jusing, Mark Anderson, Linda Bainbridge, Brent McCurdy, Danny Dennison, Rhonda Randall, Martin Calmer, Lanny Johnson, Donald Chari -son, Danny Carlson, Dennis Shannon, Steve Buban, Rockne Bork, Linda Lambert, Vema Hammerlund. 36ROW I: Dorothy Mott, Doug Anderson, Russell Erickson, Donnie Stroud, Ron Ver Schage, Jeff Kelly, Robert Briggs, Ron Longshore, Linda Vancil, Dana Weiss, Patty Medley, Muriel Barlow, Judy Pruett, Linda Conrad, Jean Olson. ROW II: Bob Eiker, David Lindsey, Johnnie Barton Steve Johnston, Beth Browning, Jerelyn Johnson, Karen Owens, Rose Brewer, Sharon Nelson, Kay Hernstrom, Nancy Strandberg, Steve Stromquist, Mike Petrovich, Buddy Larson. New Principal Guides Junior High DOROTHY MOTT A.B., Marycrest 8th Grade Eighth Grade BOYD LOWERY A.B., Knox M.S., Western Illinois State U. Principal 8th Grade ROW I: Danny Cowser, Sidney Anderson, Steven Bainbridge, Linde Bredburg, Susan Bowman, Sherry Nelson, Sandra Plunkett, Robyn Hurstrom, Verla Hampton, David Cole, Larry Miller, Linda Lucas, Diane Riggle, Boyd, Lowery. ROW II: Rose Ann Peterson, Suzie Johnson, Ronald Steffen, Mark Johnson, Dennis Wendt, Rickey Vanover, Gary Newman, Kenneth Calhoun, Fran Olson, Nancy Wilson, Linda Link, Linda Sanders, Henry Thorp, Robert Hampton. 37SALES STAFF - ROW I: Phyllis Guldenzopf, Mary Nelson, Ann McCurdy, Kathryn Litton. ROW II: Robert Overstreet, Jim Sar-geant, Bob Sipes, Ron Merideth, Richard Lenz. Annual Staff Battles Usual Deadlines This staff got together, pooled its resources, never met Mrs. Swanson's deadlines, and put together what we hope is this school's best yearbook. We worked hard planning it, we worked hard selling it, and we hope it is as good as yearbook as we tried to make it. PRODUCTION STAFF - ROW I; Linda Edmund, Rosalie Huff, Barbara Hammerlund, Judy Litton. ROW II: Sandra Lindsey, Loretta Turner, Karen Noy. ROW III: Ron Barman, Ron Bateman, Bob Lee, Neal McMeekan, Tom Homer, Mike Edmund, Mrs. Swanson. 38PERIOD COOKS - Beryl Perry, Liz Anderson, Dorothy Elliott Personnel Has Extra Tasks Let it not be said that the work of the personnel is of little importance. Besides keeping the building clean, the custodians have the job of changing the scoreboard from the gym to the gridiron. They are here for all activities, getting ready for them and cleaning up after them . The bus drivers chauffeur students to many out-of-town school activities as well as to and from school. The cooks graciously give up their kitchen to the different school organizations for concession stands. CUSTODIANS - Logan Stiers, Fay Bell. WOODHULL DRIVERS - Asa McFarlin, Howard Like, ALPHA DRIVERS - Sidney Walker, Harry Humphrey, Herschel Elliott, Chic Anderson, A1 Mason. Dale Good, Virgil Bodeen, Louis Lee, Everett Ward.Shirley, Joan, Sharon, Peggy, Judi, Julie, Linda, and Rose Ann display the trophy they won in the New Windsor Parade. International Dancing Our school played host at this midsummer square dance for the exchange students from 29 countries. Twirling The Eternal Flame of Peace. One of the first steps to world peace is peace within our own country. This monument is built on the Gettysburg battle ground denoting the freedom of all men. Activities Graduating Acting band in action. Rosalie and Tom think of the near future. Rehearsing (?) for the senior play are Mike and Phyllis.Our Sovereigns Linda Davison, Dean Sullivan 1961 Homecoming Royalty AlWood not only has its own president, but also a king and queen. King Dean Sullivan and Queen Linda Davison and their court ruled over the 1961 Homecoming. The juniors, F.H.A., Library Club, and the freshmen received skit honors. Our team was defeated, but our spirits were not--we rallied to make the dance following the game one of the most successful in many years. Her Royal Attendents The Royalty--Barb Larson, Jim Hammerlund, Janice Nelson, Terry Anderson, Sandy Lindsey, Jim Sargeant, Vicki Bowman, King Dean SuUivan, Queen Linda Davison, Duane Curry, Mary Ann Nelson, Willis Kirkland, Fran Huff, Lyle Wind.Greetings! Judi, Shirley and Sharon display their talents Skits, Snake Dance, Coronation, Game! Senior Skit Feudin' an' fightin' Library Skit The locked door Our knights in football clothing met defeat by Rockridge. 43STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS President--Willis Kirkland Vice Pre s ide nt - - F ranc i s Huff Secretary Treasurer--Linda Edmund Reporter--Tom Horner Sponsor--Mr. Geiger Our President and His Cabinet Our school government has many problems, but they are not as difficult or as numerous as the problems of our national government. This year as a new feature the members of the Class of 1951 were the honored guests of the Student Council sponsored homecoming activities. The Student Council helps with the sponsoring of our foreign exchange student, Dress-up Day, and Student Administration Day. Our President honors the Queen with a gift from the Student Council. ROW I: George Sherrard, Patricia Diggs, Roger Miller, Linda Edmund, Willis Kirkland, Elfriede Schweimer, Karen Noy, Gerald Swanson. ROW II: Paul Shepherd, Cheryl Lindsey, Tom Homer, Judy Brown, Greg Miller, Sherrill Liggett, Robert Carlson, Karen Horine, Mike Edmund, Barbara Hammerlund, Dan Lundahl, Janice Nelson, Duane Curry, Francis Huff, Mr. Geiger. 44F.T.A. OFFICERS President...........Jeanine Engstrom Vice President • • • • Ronald Barman Secretary...........Judy Brown Treasurer............Janice Nelson Song Leader.........Susan Hernstrom Historian and Reporter............Dave Roller Student-Council Representative. . . . Sherrill Liggett Parliamentarian . . . Patricia Diggs Advisor..............Mrs. McGaughy Alwood Educators of Tomorrow Being a teacher is a demanding but rewarding job; many of us find this out on Student-Administration Day. Because the F.T.A. members are hopefully striving to become teachers, these problems seem small, and our F.T.A. members proceed toward their goal of teaching. Each year a special project is emphasized to help someone in our community. Our advisor is working assiduously in the library. ROW I: Mrs. McGaughy, Rosalie Huff, Gloria Johnson, Loretta Turner, Barbara Hammerlund, Linda Edmund, Mary Nelson, Kathryn Litton, Sandra Lindsey. ROW II: Bonnie Peterson, Carolin Swartout, Virginia Flack, Bonnie Nelson, Karen Horine, Susan Hernstrom, Turee Allison, Mary Erickson, Dave Roller. ROW III: Francis Huff, Sherrill Liggett, Judy Bailey, Patricia Diggs, Judy Brown, Janice Nelson, Jeanine Engstrom, Gene Clarke, Craig Anderson. 45LIBRARY CLUB OFFICERS President...................Barbara Hammerlund Vice Pres...................George Sherrard Secretary...................Linda Edmund Treasurer...................Neal McMeekan Reporter....................Craig Anderson Student Council Representative...........Ron Bateman Historian...................Sherrill Liggett Scrapbook ..................Richard Swanson Librarians Inspire Us to More Reading George Sherrard and Richard Swanson set up an attractive library display window. Books may be dull to some people, but our energetic library club keeps our library in the limelight with their eye-catching window displays and the promptness and efficiency with which they take care of library tasks. Besides checking books in and out they must dust and straighten books on the shelves and do some filing. They make a special appeal to the student body during Library Week, when they try to entice reluctant people to read more books by daily announcements and descriptions of worthwhile books. ROW I: Hazel Greenman, Kay Spencer, Sally Page, Kathryn Litton, Barbara Hammerlund, Loretta Turner, Irene McGaughy. ROW II: Diane Wilson, Shirley Larson, Mary Erickson, Barbara Ward, Turee Allison, Fran Huff, Dick Borg, Mike Walsten, George Sherrard, Craig Anderson, Scott Lowery, Jerry Swanson. ROW III: Shirley Swanson, Bonnie Nelson, Linda Litton, Jeanine Engstrom, Marlene Peterson, Ronnie Bateman, Neal McMeekan, David Hayden, Richard Swanson, Sherrill Liggett, Linda Edmund, Diane Sullivan, Shirley Franks. 46OFFICERS Carolyn Cole--Sec., Judy Brown--Student Council, Mary Nelson --Pres., Diane Rice--V. Pres., Judy Bailey --Treas., Diane Sullivan--Scrapbook-Reporter (absent). Feminine Physical Fitness Via G.A.A. GIANT VOLLEYBALL--Linda Davison, Jeanine Engstrom, Sherrill Liggett, Judy Litton, Susan Hernstrom, Linda Edmund, Joan Wirt, Barbara Hammerlund, Kathy Edmund. BADMINTON--Julie Wing, Linda Davison, Linda Vanover. SWIMMING--Rose Ann Barton, Kay Beth Nelson, Barbara Johnson, Judi Holdsworth, Fran Huff. 47TUMBLING--Shirley Swanson, Mary Nelson, Terry Peterson, Shirley Taylor, Carolyn Cole, Rosalie Huff, Vicky Bowman, Carolyn Carnes, Diane Rice. BASKETBALL--Turee Allison, Diane Henrickson, Lois Neer, Judy Brown, Elfi Schweimer, Janice Nelson, Diane Wilson, Judy Bailey, Lois Sipes. BASEBALL--Linda Litton, Karen McLaughlin, Bonnie Nelson, Linda Vanover, Kathryn Litton, Carolyn Downs, Trish Diggs, Karen Noy, Marlene Peterson. G.A.A.ready for Lois Neer's pitch. SOCCER--Linda Sargeant, Barbara Larson, Carolyn Swart-out, Karen Horine, Pat Molburg, Sally Page, Karen Buban, Julie Wing, Bonnie Peterson, Peggy Johnson. G.A.A. STUNTS--Carolyn Cole, Rosalie Huff, Carolyn Carnes, Vicky Bowman, Diane Rice, Shirley Taylor, Terry Peterson, Mary Ann Nelson, Shirley Swanson. HIKING--Loraine Langston, Judy Thorpe, Georgia Benge, Julie Rodgers, Carol Seaton.ROW I: Miss Melton (Advisor), Karen Noy, Elfie Schweimer, Linda Edmund, Barbara Hammerlund, Kathryn Litton, Sandra Lindsey. ROW II: Sharon Munson, Judy Holdsworth, Mary Lou Charlson, Zelma Link, Sandra Merideth, Barbara Ward, Diane Sullivan, Sharon Dye. ROW III: Sally Page, Wanda Spencer, Norma Carlson, Karen Taylor, Ann Bateman, Donna Bodeen, Cynthia Johnson, Christine Johnson. F.H.A. Branches Out to Assume OFFICERS: Wanda Spencer, Treasurer; Sandra Lindsey, Projects and Degrees; Barbara Ward, Recreation; Donna Bodeen, Public Relations and Historian, Kathryn Litton, President; Karen Noy, Secretary; Mary Lou Charlson, Vice Pres.; Barbara Hammerlund, Parliamentarian and St. Coun. Rep.; Linda Edmund, Publicity Book. 50At an impressive induction ceremony, held in connection with the Spring Tea and Style Show each year, the new president (Kathryn Litton) is inducted by the previous president (Doris Wind). State and National Responsibilites The chapter here is working on the national membership committee. Mary Lou Charlson was the delegate to the State Leadership Conference. Local activities included sponsoring sock hops, the Christmas dance, Sadie Hawkins dance, Daddy-Date Night, and making hospital tray favors . At its annual Christmas Dance, sponsored jointly by F.H.A. and F.F.A., Kathryn Litton was elected the F.F.A. Sweetheart, and Bob Carlson was elected the F.H.A. Heartthrob. Kathryn was presented an F.F.A. jacket, and Bob received an apron and a cookbook in honor of the occasion. Extending their influence far beyond our school has become commonplace for our F.H.A. Kathryn Litton is the 1961-1962 Section 10 Vice President. Mary Lou Charlson is the 1962-1963 Section 10 First Vice President. Kathryn Litton, Donna Bodeen, and Miss Melton are working on a state historian committee.AlWood's F.F.A. sponsors many activities, one of which is the AlWood Calf Club. This is its story. "Borrowing from the Bank" is a must for the first year calf-club member. In the picture below are two freshman F.F.A. boys talking with Bank Cashier Kenneth Mecum, learning the experience of paying interest on borrowed money and that capital also costs money. The calves were bought from a ranch in Southwestern Missouri and were shipped here for sorting into pens of four. The boys in the next picture are drawing lots to determine which pen of calves will be theirs to feed for the next eleven months. F.F.A. OFFICERS Steve Johnson, President Paul Shepherd, Vice President Richard Peterson Secretary Ray Olson, T reasurer Greg Miller, Sentinel Roger Miller, Reporter Robert Carlson, St. Council Rep. Mr. Geiger, Advisor Growing Into Rod Engstrom and Mike Walsten discuss finances with Kenneth Mecum.Drawing numbers are Gary Murdock, Greg Miller, Bill Rice, Steve Johnson, Duane Curry, Randy Larson, Rod Engstrom, Mike Walsten, Ronnie Johnson, Vernon Setterdahl, Rodney Peterson, and Roger Carlson. Business . . . F.F.A. Style The climax comes at the annual sale, held at a local livestock market. Steve Johnson won the trophy for having the best all-round program last year. Paul Shepherd with his pen of calves. The boys in the calf club can look back over their labor of the past year with the great satisfaction of having succeeded in a job well done. Paul has expanded to a pen of eight.ROW I: Tanya Picard, Cheryl Lindsey, Turee Allison, Sharon Vancil, Dorothy Maher, Mary Ann Nelson, Gloria Johnson, Cynthia Johnson, Ann Bateman, Diane Henrickson, Bonnie Nelson, Shirley Swanson, Jeanine Engstrom. ROW II: Carolyn Rice, Kathy Edmund, Shirley Bowman, Bonnie Peterson, Kay Beth Nelson, Terry Peterson, Linda Litton, Barbara Johnson, Karen Horine, Karen Otten, Linda Edmund, Marlene Peterson. ROW III: Mary Lou Charlson, Carolyn Cole, Julie Wing, Rosalie Huff, Rodney Minder, Larry Luallen, Dennis Barman, Roger Miller, Mike Whitcomb, Douglas Barman, Tom Edmund, Jim Hammerlund. ROW IV: Barbara Hammerlund, Diane Wilson, Calvin McLaughlin, John Ryan, Jim Taylor, Bill Arnold, Bill Rice, Dan Lundahl, Duane Curry, Clayton Peterson, Mike Edmund, Gary Murdock. ROW V: Ann McCurdy, Karen Bubon, Lois Sipes, Steve Humphrey, Vernon Setterdahl, Jim Sargeant, David Nelson, Paul Shepherd, Sid Peterson, Steve Johnson, Tom Homer, David Hayden, Neal McMeekan. We Who Love Music Are Our chorus, which consists of 137 members, has fun working, singing, and performing. In the fall of the year we try to get back in the swing of things, and gradually we get our voices into condition. Throughout the year we are constantly rehearsing for some program. To climax the year's work, we go to Music Contest. In the past years we have put on minstrel shows, and from the profit on these shows we have been able to purchase a grand piano. A happy day for Mrs. Miller, our director, was the day the grand piano was delivered. 54Lsfi r pjjlju ROW I: Susan Hemstrom, Sandra Lundcen, Barbara Larson, Julie Rogers, Rose Ann Barton, Judy Swanson, Kathryn Litton, Janice Nelson, Pat Molberg, Judy Holdsworth, Diane Rice, Mary Erickson, Shirley Pitts. ROW II: Sherrill Liggett, Elfi Schweimer, Joan Wirt, Carolin Swartout, Norma Carlson, Judy Brown, Judy Bailey, Frances Huff, Karen McLaughlin, Shirley Larson, Loretta Turner, Sandy Lindsey, Linda Sargeant. ROW III: Chuck Paul, Dick Borg, Mike Walsten, Ronnie Engstrom, Galen Lambert, Dave Lundahl, Dave Roller, Don Calmer, Shirley Taylor, Lorraine Langstron, Carolyn Downs, Peggy Johnson. ROW IV: Randy Larson, Craig Anderson, Willis Kirkland, Rodney Peterson, Ronnie Johnson, Richard Peterson, Lonnie Thayer, Robert Thayer, Rodney Engstrom, Richard Clark, Dick Arnold, Karen Noy, Linda Davison. ROW V: Bob Lee, Mahlon Johnson, Ron Bateman, Bill Plunkett, Gene Clark, Larry Smith, Greg Miller, Richard Swanson, Ron Barman, George Sherrard, Larry Peterson, Pat Diggs, Judy Litton. Never Alone ACCOMPANISTS Carolyn Cole, Shirley Swanson CHORUS OFFICERS Elfi Schweimer, President Mike Edmund, Vice President Kathryn Litton, Secretary-Treasurer Willis Kirkland) Sergeant-at-Jim Sargeant ) arms 55MIXED DOUBLE ENSEMBLE: Donna Bodeen, FRESHMAN BOYS' DOUBLE: Don Calmer, Rod Pat Diggs; Fran Huff, Dick Borg, Marlene Minder; Bill Rice, Mike Whitcomb, Dan Lundahl; Peterson; Mike Edmund, Willis Kirkland, Ralph Mike Walsten, Dave Nelson, Richard Clarke. McLaughlin (not in picture). GIRLS' SEXTET: Rosalie Huff, Mary Ann Nelson, Karen Noy, Gloria Johnson, Ann McCurdy, Kathryn Litton. BOYS' DOUBLE: Dick Borg, Gerald Swanson, Duane Curry, Dick Arnold; Randy Larson, Jim Hammerlund, Sid Peterson, Gene Clarke. Chorus Ensembles BOYS' QUARTET: Dave Lundahl, George Sherrard, Bill Plunkett, Craig Anderson. GIRLS' QUARTET: Barb Larson, Cheryl Lindsey, Sharon Munson, Karen Horine. MIXED SINGLE: Bob Lee, Ron Barman, Sandra Lindsey, Mary Erickson. SOLOISTS: Ron Bateman, Steve Johnson, Jim Sargeant, Vernon Setterdahl.BRASS SEXTET: Steve Johnson, Dave Lundahl, Rod Minder, Larry Swanson, Kathryn Litton, Bob Carlson. BATON DUET: Shirley Swanson, Judi Holdsworth. BRASS QUARTET: Don Calmer, Bonnie Peterson, Sid Peterson, Vernon Setterdahl. SAXOPHONE QUARTET: Linda Edmund, Judy Litton, Mary Erickson, Bob Lee. SOLOIST: Ron Bateman. Band Ensembles CORNET QUARTET: Paul Shepherd, Roger Johnston, Larry Luallen, Scott Lowery (not in picture). MIXED CLARINET QUARTET: Mike Walsten, Caro- OPEN WOODWIND TRIO: Cheryl Lindsey, Karen Bubon, Tanya lyn Rice, Bill Rice, Vicki Bowman. Picard. Bb CLARINET QUARTET: Julie Rogers, Caroline Downs, Ron Barman, Willis Kirkland. Bb CLARINET QUARTET: Tanya Picard, Sandra Lindsey, Judy Bailey, Jeanine Engstrom.ROW Is Tanya Picard, Mike Walsten, Willis Kirkland, Sandra Lindsey. ROW II: Judy Bailey, Jeanine Engstrom, Janice Nelson, Carolyn Downs, Carolyn Rice, Bill Rice, David Nelson. ROW III: Rosalie Huff, Ron Barman, Marlene Peterson, Carolyn Cole, Patsy Molberg, Pat Diggs, Larry Luallen, Mike Edmund, Steve Johnson, Don Calmer. ROW IV: Julie Rogers, Norma Carlson, Joan Wirt, Shirley Taylor, Linda Sargeant, Sandra Merideth, Jim McCaw, Ann Bateman, Chuck Paul, Dick Arnold, Mr. Riggle. Here Comes the Band Jim McCaw and Ann Bateman await their moment in rehearsal. Richard Clarke and other band members make the most of this rehearsal hour. 58ROW I: Cheryl Lindsey, Karen Bubon, Diane Rice, Frances Huff. ROW II: Diane Wilson, Lois Sipes, Karen McLaughlin, Ron Bateman, Vicki Bowman, Rodney Minder, Jim Sargeant. ROW III: Linda Edmund, Judy Litton, Karen Horine, Roger Miller, George Sherrard, Russ Collingwood, Roger Johnston, Bonnie Peterson, Judy Brown, Dave Lundahl, Paul Shepherd. ROW IV: Kathryn Litton, Gale Olson, Larry Swanson, Vernon Setterdahl, Sid Peterson, Ray Olson, Ronnie Engstrom, Mary Erickson, Bob Lee, Dan Lundahl, Judi Holdsworth, Gene Clarke, Robert Carlson, Richard Clarke. DIRECTOR: Don Riggle Here at AlWood our band is enjoyed and looked up to by everyone. We rehearse three times a week, and from these rehearsals we ready ourselves for the different programs and concerts that we present. We practice diligently for half-time football shows in the fall. During the winter we play at home basketball games. We preseni two concerts, and the climax of the year comes when we perform at Music Contest in the spring. Each summer our land, with the aid of our loyal Band Parents Organization, sends several students to music camp at DuQuoin, Illinois. This is beneficial to the students and the band, and it is enjoyed by every student who attends. 59A tight battle, but where's the ball? Football Swanson shoots; Taylor, Smith and Johnson are ready. Basketball International Soccer A European and an African and ourown Tom and Willis. Competing teams and fans join in singing our national anthem before most of our athletic contests, an inspiring moment to show allegiance to our nation's flag. Sports Track Baseball Norberg goes over! Eager batting lineup.VARSITY FOOTBALL—ROW I: N. McMeekan, R. Olson, C. Detert, D. Sullivan, L. Smith, R. Carlson, D. Roller, C. Nelson, L. Hanson, M. Norberg, M. Edmund, C. Paul, L. Wind. ROW II: J. Hammerlund, W. Carlson, T. Anderson, G. Miller, M. Whitcomb, V. Setterdahl, J. Taylor, B. Metzner, S. Humphrey, T. Edmund, G. Merideth, G. Taylor. ROW III: D. Lundahl, R. Swanson, Managers; W. Minder, S. Kittelson, Coaches; J. Sargeant, R. Lenz, Managers. New Coach and Well-Shown Enthusiasm ALL-CONFERENCE HONORS SECOND TEAM Lyle Wind, Tackle HONORABLE MENTION Clarus Nelson, Guard Ray Olson, Halfback Mike Edmund, Fullback Larry Smith, Quarterback RUSHING YARDAGE NAME CARRIES YDS AVE TDS EX. PTS. TOTAL Mike Edmund 93 512 5.5 7 1 43 Ray Olson 96 506 5.2 4 2 26 Merle Norberg 69 342 4.9 2 1 13 Larry Smith 51 30 .588 1 2 8 Chuck Paul 17 62 3.6 0 1 1 Clarence Detert 3 8 2.7 0 0 0 Tom Edmund 5 15 3.0 0 0 0 Steve Humphrey 7 21 3.0 0 3 3 Jim A. Taylor 4 -8 -.2 0 0 0 Gale Olson 1 6 6.0 0 0 0 Vernon Setterdahl 6 51 8.5 1 0 6 Co-captains Larry Smith, Bob Carlson ® f .44 VARSITY RECORD JUNIOR VARSITY ALWOOD RECORD 0 R.O.V.A. 20 ALWOOD 12 Sherrard 28 0 R.O.V.A. 6 7 Orion 19 0 Sherrard 7 26 Cambridge 19 0 Orion 13 6 Rockridge 53 13 Cambridge 0 33 Winola 6 13 Rockridge 7 34 Westmer 6 14 Winola 19 6 Atkinson 51 21 Westmer 19 24 Atkinson 6 Aces try the end for yardageCoaches Walter Minder, Stan Kittelson Managers Richard Lenz, Richard Swanson, Jim Sargeant, Dave Lundahl Lead the Aces to a Good Season In his first year at AlWood, Coach Stan Kittelson led the Aces to a three win-five loss season. AlWood finished fifth in the Corn-belt Conference. The varsity will have six starters and a fine group of sophomores returning next year, so we should have a fine team in 1962. Robert Carlson and Larry Smith were elected honorary captains for the team . Lyle Wind was elected second team tackle on the All Conference Team. Four other players received honorable mention. Edmund in pursuit JUNIOR VARSITY FOOTBALL--ROW I: R. Collingwood, A. Spivey, M. Whitcomb, J. Hammerlund, T. Edmund, B. Metzner, G. Miller, V. Setterdahl, D. Anderson, S. Humphrey, J. Taylor, W. Carlson, R. Pitts, J. Taylor, D. Calmer, R. Minder. ROW II: C. Lawson, W. Arnold, N. Bredberg, G. Swanson, R. Johnson, B. Spivey, S. Lowery, B. Rice, G. Olson, G. Sherrard, C. Genisio, R. Carlson, D. Brewer, R. Genisio, R. Clarke. ROW III: D. Lundahl, R. Swanson, Managers; S. Kittelson, W. Minder, Coaches; J. Sargeant, R. Lenz, Managers. LYLE WIND Tackle LARRY SMITH Quarterback ♦DEAN SULLIVAN End ♦ROBERT CARLSON Guard ♦STEVE JOHNSON End (No picture) ♦JIM HAMMERLUND Guard ♦ STEVE HUMPHREY Fullback TOM EDMUND Halfback TERRY ANDERSON End ♦ LETTER WINNERS♦LARRY HANSON Center ♦MIKE EDMUND Fullback ♦NEAL McMEEKAN End ♦DAVE ROLLER Center ♦CLARUS NELSON Guard BILL METZNER Center ♦MERLE NORBERG Halfback ♦RAY OLSON Halfback JIM TAYLOR GENE MERIDETH Quarterback End ♦ LETTER WINNERSPEP CLUB OFFICERS--Pat Molburg, Reporter; Judy Brown, Treasurer; Karen Horine, St. Coun. Rep.; Sandra Lindsey, V. Pres.; Duane Rice, Secretary; Linda Davison, President. Pep Club Vitalizes School Spirit KNEELING: J. Engstrom, J. Nelson, P. Molburg, L. Davison, C. Rice, C. Lindsey, V. Bowman, B. Larson. ROW II: J. Larson, P. Guldenzopf, S. Bowman, L. Turner, E. Schweimer, J. Litton, A. McCurdy, M. Nelson, L. Edmund, B. Hammer -lund, K. Litton, K. Noy, S. Lindsey. ROW III: K. Otten, S. Vancil, S. Dye, L. Sipes, J. Thorp, C. Carnes, G. Benge, C. Cole, J. Rogers, D. Bodeen, C. Johnson, C. Johnson, T. Picard, J. Wing. ROW IV: M. Peterson, T. Peterson, K. McLaughlin, J. Swanson, K. Edmund, C. Downs, K. Horine, S. Hernstrom, T. Allison, H. Greenman, P. Davis, Mrs. Hardin (Advisor). ROW V: F. Huff, S. Pitts, M. Charlson, D. Wilson, S. Liggett, B. Johnson, J. Bailey, D. Rice, P. Diggs, J. Brown, J. Holdsworth, S. Swanson. ROW VI: N. Carlson, C. Seaton, K. Miller, B. Seaton, S. Taylor, K. Nelson, S. Franks, L. Davison, S. Munson, D. Henrikson, S. Lundeen. ROW VII: K. Bolin, J. Wirt, P. Johnson, L. Sargeant, M. Schnowske, B. Peterson, C. Swartout, K. Buban, R. Barton, D. Bubon. 66Whether Our Teams Win or Lose Enthusiasm and good sportsmanship on the part of the fans are the important parts of our athletic program that are fostered by the AlWood Pep Club. Most of us think of the Pep Club only at the actual contests, but their interest in promoting a good cheering section must start much beyond the pep section we see and admire at the games. In order to have well trained cheerleaders, they send them to Illinois Normal University to cheerleading camp each summer. For home basketball games the Pep Club plans and publishes programs; for the games away from home they sponsor student buses. Yearly the club sponsors an athletic banquet honoring athletes and cheerleaders. J.v. CHEERLEADERS Carolyn Rice Cheryl Lindsey Vicki Bowman Barbara Larson VARSITY CHEERLEADERS: Jcanine Engstrom, Janice Nelson, Pat Molburg, Linda Davison.Wins, Losses Equal in Conference PLAYER FGA FGM PCT FTA FTM PCT PF PTS REB ASSISTS ★McMeekan 234 105 .44 104 58 .55 58 268 336 41 ★Johnson 339 153 .45 102 51 .50 51 357 177 40 ★★Smith 277 81 .29 120 73 .60 81 235 96 79 ★★Swanson 266 106 .39 105 51 .48 77 263 508 39 ★Taylor 172 53 .30 92 45 .48 98 151 156 42 ★Kirkland 103 28 .27 47 24 .50 37 80 27 16 ★ Sipes 20 10 .50 25 10 .40 13 30 56 7 ★Olson 40 10 .25 13 4 .30 27 24 22 9 ★Carlson 35 16 .45 24 11 .45 11 43 59 3 Anderson 2 1 .50 2 2 1.00 0 4 1 0 Paul 25 7 .24 14 8 .57 11 22 5 7 ★★Letter winners, Co-Captains ★Letter winners VARSITY: ROW I—Gary Taylor, Steve Johnson, Neal McMeekan, Larry Swanson, Robert Sipes, Larry Smith, Willis Kirkland. ROW II--Gene Clark, Chuck Paul, Sid Peterson, Dan Carlson, Ray Olson, Craig Anderson, Larry Luallen, Coach Kittleson.NEAL McMEEKAN LARRY SWANSON STEVE JOHNSON BOB SIPES Basketball Play WILLIS KIRKLAND 1 LARRY SMITH AlWood, under our new coach, had an up and down season. We started strong, taking third in the Galva and Combe It tournaments. Although we lost the last four conference games, we finished with a 7-7 record. In the state district tournament we won the first two games, but lost to Alexis in the finals. The Junior Varsity had a very good season, completing a 10-4 conference and a 13-5 season record. We will lose three starters through graduation, but will have a fine group of juniors and sophomores to take up where they are needed and bring continuing success to AlWood. DAN CARLSON RAY OLSON SID PETERSON CHUCK PAUL CRAIG ANDERSONNeal fights for a rebound. Battle under the boards McMeekan jumps high for the tip. ALWOOD VARSITY 32 Aledo 53 Westmer 47 ROVA 48 56 Winola 40 73 Winola 49 54 Monmouth 59 55 Orion 44 Orion 54 Cambridge .... 56 67 Cambridge 61 80 Wethersfield . . . 65 51 ROVA 41 Easy layup 54 Knoxville 77 41 Sherrard for Smith. 67 ROVA 58 Rockridge 38 Sherrard 36 Atkinson 55 Atkinson 31 54 Westmer 44 Sherrard 59 Winola 56 53 Rockridge 45 85 Cambridge 69 65 Rockridge 58 40 Alexis 58 63 Atkinson 49 Aledo. . . . ROVA . . Winola . . Orion . . . , Cambridge Sherrard . Rockridge Atkinson . Westmer . ALWOOD JR. VARSITY 55 42 Winola . . , 23 63 Monmouth. 44 45 Orion . . . . 46 65 Cambridge 42 51 ROVA . . . 47 47 Sherrard . . 55 42 Rockridge 48 44 Atkinson . 40 53 Westmer . JUNIOR VARSITY ROW I: Manager Richard Lenz, George Sherrard, Chuck Paul, Steve Humphrey, Sid Peterson, Roger Johnston, Craig Anderson, Vernon Setterdahl, Rick Frantz, Manager Richard Swanson. ROW II: Rod Engstrom, Richard Clarke, Dan Lundahl, Gale Olson, Jim Hammerlund, Russell Collingwood, Jim Taylor, Ronnie Pitts, Duane Curry, Ron Engstrom, Gaylen Lambert, Coach Kittleson.TRACK SQUAD--ROW I: R. Johnston, V. Setterdahl, N. McMeekan, G. Lambert, W. Kirkland, L. Luallen, C. Anderson, L. Swanson, S. Humphrey, N. Voss, R. Sipes. ROW II: G. Merideth, D. Lundahl, S. Johnson, C. Paul, J. Sargeant, M. Norberg, L. Wind, D. Roller, B. Lee, G. Murdock, Coach Kittleson. ROW III: D. Nelson, B. Metz-ner, R. Calhoun, J. Ryan, R . Engstrom, B. Arnold, N. Bredburg. Baseball and Track Dominate Spring Sport Scene BASEBALL SQUAD--ROW I: T. Homer, M. Edmund, G. Taylor, D. Sullivan, J. Hammerlund, J. Taylor, R. Colling-wood, R. Frantz. ROW II: L. Kling, R. Pitts, R. Larson, L. Smith, D. Borg, J. Bork, R. Clarke, D. Lundahl. ROW III: D. Roller, C. Paul, J. Sargeant, M. Whitcomb, B. Plunkett, R. Minder, J. McVeitty, L. Swanson, Coach Minder. 73Spring Turned Our Thoughts to Fun and Frolic Neal McMeekan and Gloria Johnson were King and Queen of the Sweetheart Dance in February. Jim Sargeant and Judy Litton were Junior-Senior Prom King and Queen in May. The family nobody wanted at their hilarious "rattlesnake" dinner. Juniors Chorus Faculty and students enjoy dancing at Jr.-Sr. Prom. Opposite page: After the makeup had been applied, the show had been performed and applauded, the feather brigade had to take over.JUNIOR PLAY CAST--SEATED: B. Johnson, R. Miller, S. Swanson, G. Clarke, L. Swanson, R. Bork. STANDING: Director R. Bloomberg, M.Peterson, S. Pitts, J. Holdsworth, P. Diggs, V. Flack, W. Spencer, D. Wilson, L. Litton, N. Carlson, L. Luallen, L. Neer. Presented "The Family Nobody Wanted,” Goes All Out on Minstrel Show Minstrel show end men find this stooge act interesting! We found some talented dancers in our midst.Class of 1962 Commencement Climaxes School Year Mr. Fischer presents awards to Valedictorian Randy Larson and Salutatorian Rosalie Huff. Linda Edmund and Willis Kirkland receive their D.A.R. and Good Citizenship awards. Class President Tom Horner pre sents class gift to Mr. Metzger.Index Allison, Turee 14,20,45,46,48,54,66 Anderson, Craig 14,20,43,45,46,55,56,68,69,70 Anderson, Dennis 14,20,63 Anderson, Joe 18 Anderson, Terry 16,32,42,62,64 Arnold, Dick 14,16,31,40,55,56,58 Arnold, William 22,54,63 Bailey, Judy 16,18,19,45,47,48,55,57,58,66,67 Bainbridge, Bob 16 Bainbridgc, Jim 22 Barlow, Leland 14,16 Barman, Dennis 14,20,34,54 Barman, Douglas 14,22,32,54 Barman, Ronnie 6,25,28,31,38,45,55,56,57,58 Barton, Rose Ann 22,40,47,55,66 Bateman, Ann 14,22,50,54,58 Bateman, Ron 6,13,25,38,40,46,55,56,57,59 Beasley, Marion 22 Benge, Georgia 22,49,66 Bloomfield, Merrill 16 Bodcen, Donna 20,50,56,66 Bolin, Joyce 14,22 Bolin, Kathy 16,19,66 Borg, Dick 14,16,18,46,55,56 Bork, Jett 22,40 Bowman, Shirley 6,12,25,28,54,66 Bowman, Vicki 14,22,42,43,48,49,57,59,66,67 Bredberg, Neal 22,63 Brewer, Don 14,22,63,67 Brown, Judy 16,18,19,24,40,44,45,47,48,55,59,66 Brown, Ronald 14,20,34 Bubon, Diane 14,22,66 Bubon, Karen 2,14,22,49,54,57,59,66 Cain, Noel 14,20 Calhoun, Richard 14,20 Calmer, Donavin 22,40,55,56,57,58,63 Carlson, Dan 16,18,68,69 Carlson, Norma 14,16,50,55,58,66 Carlson, Robert 5,6,24,44,51,52,57,59,62,64 Carlson, Roger 22,53,63 Carlson, Ronald 14,22 Carlson, Wesley 22,62,63,65 Carnes, Carolyn 14,22,48,49,66 Carnes, Glenn 22 Charlson, Mary Lou 16,50,54,66 Clarke, Gene 16,45,55,56,59,68 Clarke, Richard 22,55,56,58,59,63,71 Cole, Carolyn 20,31,47,48,49,54,55,58,66 Collingwood, Russell 22,58,59,63,70 Cowman, Pam 22,67 Curry, Duane 22,42,43,44,53,54,56,70 Davis, Peggy 66 Davis, Sheryl -- Davison, Linda 7,25,34,42,43,44,47,55,66,67 Detert, Nick 14,20,62,65 Diggs. Patricia 16,18,19,24,31.44,45,48,55,56,58,66 Doubler, Dale 14,20 Downs, Caroline 3,14,22,48,55,57,58,66 Dye, Sharon 20,50,66 Edmund, Kathy 22,47,54,66 Edmund, Linda 7,10,11,24,25,34,38,44,45,46,47,50, Edmund, Mike 6,7,13,25,38,41,44.54,55,56,58,60,62, 63,65 Edmund, Tom 20,54,62,63,64 Elliott, Allen 16,34 Engstrom, Jeanine 16,24,30,45,46,47,54,57,58,66,67 Engstrom, Rodney 22,52,53,55,70 Engstrom, Ronnie 22,55,59,70 Erickson, Mary 14,16,18,24,45,46,55,56,57,58,59 Evrard, Larry 16 Flack, Virginia 16,24,45 Francis, Jerry 14,15 Franks, Shirley 20,46,66 Frantz, Ricky 14,22,70 Gcnisio, Charles 14,20,63 Genisio, Robert 22,63 Grccnman, Hazel 20,46,66 Culdenzoph, Phyllis 7,24,25,30,38,41,66 Hammcrlund, Barbara 8,11,12,24,25,34,38,44,45,46, Hammcrlund, Jim 14,20,42,43,54,56,61,62,63,64,70 Hampton, John 16 Hampton, Terry 7,30 Hanson, Larry 8,25,43,62,65 Haslitt, Benjamin -- Hayden, David 20,46,54 Hazelwood, Steve 16 Hcnrikson, Diane 14,20,48,54,66 Hemstrom, Susan 2,14,20,45,47,55,66,67 Holdsworth, Judi 16,40,43,47,50,55,57,59,66 Horine, Karen 20,30,40,44,45,49,54,56,59,66,67 Horner, Tom 1,5,6,7,8,13,38,41,42,44,54,60,61,67 Hoyle, Mary 22 Huff, Frances 1,16,18,19,24,42,44,45,46,47,55,56, 59,66,67 Huff, Rosalie 1,8,24,25,30,31,38,41,45,58,49,54.56, 58,72 Humphrey, Steve 14,20,54,62,63,64,70 Ingram, Connie 20 Isaacson, Marvin 15,20,34 Johnson, Barbara 16,18,47,54,66,67 Johnson, Christine 20,50,66 Johnson, Cynthia 20,30,50,54,66 Johnson, Gene 14,20 Johnson, Gloria 9,25,43,45,54,56 Johnson, Joe 16,31 Johnson, Mahlon 20,31,55 Johnson, Peggy 14,15,22,28,33,40,49,55,66 Johnson, Steve 5,8,13,25,52,53,54,56,57,58,60,68,69 Johnson, Ronnie 14,22,34,53,55,63 Johnston, Roger 17,20,57,59,70 Kidd, Robert -- Kirkland, Willis 1,5,9,24,42,44,55,56,57,58,60,68,69 Kling, Larry 23 Lambert, Galen 55,70 Langston, Lorraine 14,23,49,55 Larson, Barbara 20,42,43,49,55,56,66,67 Larson, Bonnie -- Larson, Janet 9,66,67 Larson, Randy 9,24,25,53,55,56,61 Larson, Shirley 14,17,19,46,55 Lawson, Chuck 21,34,63 Lee, Bob 9,13,25,38,55,56,57,58,59 Lenz, Richard 10,38,62,63,68,70 Liggett, Sherrill 14,17,19,24,44,45,46,47,55,66 Lindsey, Cheryl 21,44,54,56,57,59,66,67 Lindsey, Sandy 8,10,25,33,34,38,42,45,50,51,55,56, 57.58.66 Link, Zclma 23,50 Litton, Judy 10,11,12,24,25,38,43,47,55,57,59,66 Litton, Kathryn 7,9,11,25,38,45,46,48,50,51,55,56,57, 58.59.66 Litton, Linda 14,17,18,24,46,48,54 Lowery, Scott 15,23,28,46,58,59,63 Luallen, Larry 17,54,57,58,68 Lucas, Beverly 19,21 Lundahl, Dan 23,44,54,56,59,70 Lundahl, Dave 21,34,55,56,57,58,59,62,63 Lundccn, Sandra 21,55,66 Maher, Dorothy 10,54 McCaw, Jim 14,17,40,58 McCurdy, Ann 7,11,25,34,38,54,56,66 McLaughlin, Karen 14,23,48,55,59,66 McLaughlin, Ralph 14,17,54 McMeekan, Duane 21 McMeckan, Neal 4,6,7,11,38,43,46,54,62,65,68,69 McVictty, Jerry 21 Mcridcth, Gene 14,17,62,65 Meridctii, Ron 10,13,25,38 Mcridcth, Sandra 15,23,31,50,58 Meaner, Bill 14,23,62,63,65 Miller, Gary 14,17 Miller, Gret 21,34,44,52,53,55,62,63,64 Miller, Karen 14,23,66 Miller, Roger 14,17,18,40,44,52,54,59 Minder, Rodney 14,23,54,56,57,59,63 Molburg, John 23 Molburg, Patsy 11,25,30,34,49,55,58,66,67 Munson, Sharon 21,40,43,50,56,66 Murdock, Gary 21,30,31,53,54 Necr, Lois 17,48,49 Nelson, Bonnie 14,16,17,24,45,46,48,54 Nelson, Clarus 17,18,62,65 Nelson, David 23,34,54,56,58 Nelson, Janice 17,42,44,45,48,55,58,66,67 Nelson, KayBeth 21,47,54,66 Nelson, Mary Ann 7,11,25,34,38,42,45,47,48,49,54, 56,66 Norburg, Merle 12,60,61,62,65 Noy, Karen 6,9,12,24,25,38,44,48,50,51,55,56,66 Olson, Calc 23,58,59,63,70 Olson, Ray 17,18,52,59,62,65,68,69 Otten, David 14,23 Otten, Karen 21,54,66 Overstreet, Robert 7,12,38 Page, Sally 17,46,49,50 Paul, Chuck 14,21,40,55,58,61,62,64,68,69,70 Peterson, Bonnie 14,23,45,49,54,57,59,66 Peterson, Clayton 2,23,54 Peterson, Larry 21,55 Peterson, Marlene 17,18,19,24,40,46,48,54,56,58,66 Peterson, Richard 2,12,24,52,55 Peterson, Rodney 21,34,53,55 Peterson, Sid 20,54,56,57,59,68,69,70 Peterson, Terry 14,23,48,49,54,66 Picard, Tanya 21,40,54,57,58,66 Pitts, Ronnie 23,63,70 Pitts, Shirley 17,55,66 Plunkett, Bill 14,21,31,40,55,56 Randall, Randy 23 Rice, Bill 23,53,54,56,57,58,63 Rice, Carolyn 14,23,54,57,58,66,67 Rice, Diane 14,17,30,47,48,49,55,59,66 Rogers, Julie 21,49,55,57,58,66 Roller, David 15,16,18,24,45,55,62,65 Ryan, Jon 14,15,23,54 Sargcant, Jim 6,12,25,38,40,42,54,55,56,59,62,63,64 Sargcant, Linda 14,23,31,49,55,58,66 Schnowskc, Marion 14,23,66 Schweimer, Elfi 5,10,11,13,24,25,34,44,48,50,55,66 Seaton, Barbara 14,15,23,66 Seaton, Carol 17,19,49,66 Setterdahl, Vernon 21,34,53,54,56,57,59,62,63,64, 70 Shannon, Jerry 21 Shepherd, Paul 14,16,17,18,24,44,52,53.54,57,58,59 Shcrrard, George 14,20,44,46,55,56,59,63,70 Sipes, Bob 13,38,68,69 Sipes, Lois 14,23,48,54,59,66 Smith, Larry 13,25,30,43,55,60,61,62,64,68,69 Spencer, Wanda 17,18,19,46,50,51 Spivey, Allen 23,63 Spivey, Blaine 21,34,61,63 Strandbcrg, Andy 17,18 Sullivan, Dean 11,13,25,30,42,43,62,64 Sullivan, Diane 21,46,50 Swanson, Jerry 14,15,22,28,44,46,56,63 Swanson, Judy 14,23,55,66 Swanson, Larry 4,17,24,57,59,60,61,68,69 Swanson, Richard 14,21,46,55,62,63,66,70 Swanson, Shirley 17,18,24,40,43,46,48,49,54,55,57,66 Swartout, Carolin 14,23,45,49,55,66 Taylor, Gary 17,60,62,68,69 Taylor, James A. 23,62,63,65,70 Taylor, James R. 23,32,54,63 Taylor, Karen 23,50 Taylor, Shirley 21,48,49,55,58,66 Thayer, Lonnie 21,55 Thayer, Robert 14,21,55 Thorp, Judy 14,23,49,66 Turner, Loretta 12,13,38,43,45,46,55,66 Vancil, Sharon 21,54,66 Vanover, Linda 21,40,47,48,66 Voss, Noel 17 Walsten, Mike 2,23,34,46,52,53,55,56,57,58 Ward, Barbara 21,46,50 Whitcomb, Mike 23,5 »,56,62,63,64 Wilson, Diane 14,17,24,46,48,54,59,66 Wind, Lyle 14,17,18,42,62,64 Wing, Julie 14,21,40,47,49,54,66 Wirt, Joan 14,22,40,47,55,58,66 Zuidcma, Bob 14,21 Zuidcma, Lester -- 71Our editor is relieved II est Fini! Another year, another annual! But to me, this annual is very special. To those of us who are seniors, this annual provides lasting memories of our last year in school--our last football and basketball games, contest, the prom, the hurry and scurry from class to class, teachers, the school, the activities in which we took part, and the many friends we hope to keep through life. With the help of pictures supplied by our new photographer, Mr. Piatt; our advisor, Mrs. Swanson; those who loaned pictures; and myself, we will be able to remember our friends from foreign countries . We will also remember how hard we tried to make this our best and most unforgettable year, and the anxieties during test weeks. We on the annual staff will not forget the two weeks of snow, semester exams, pictures, and basketball tournament games preceding our third deadline. We hope that you as underclassmen, will enjoy this annual as much as we have enjoyed putting it together for you. 72

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