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

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Zable Of Content Activities ......................... Organizations ............................15 Sports....................................35 faculty And Administration ... 53 8th Grade.................................63 Underclassmen .......................... 73 Seniors ........................... Alwood High School .......... Wood hull. JC A Special Acknowledgement: It is our pleasure to acknowledge a very talented person, David Bergstrom. Without Dave's assistance and endless energy, this book would not have been possible. Not only did he supply us with the majority of the pictures in this book but he also contributed leadership and offered assistance whenever it was needed. Dave is a prize -winning photographer. This cat is one of his fa -vorite photographs. The annual staff is indeed grateful (and lucky) to have him as a member. Thanks Dave, and keep up the good work.This year the yearbook staff decided that it would be different if we put in a few pictures of different places in the surrounding area. All the pictures on this page are easy to identify now, but what about 20 years from now. Do you think they will all look the same? This page is mainly for your benefit, to look back every now and then and see if any changes have taken place.1. Jan Spring G Dale Steward 2. Trudy Anderson C Kurt Jordan 3. Jaqy Anderson C Kevin Guild JUNIORS: 4. Patty Carlson f Don Vail 5. Jayne Johnson G Tiger Beck SOPHOMORES: 6. Tracy Willet £• Mark Carlson CROWNBEARERS: 7. Kristin Anderson G Christopher Gainey FRESHMEN: 8. Pebble Nice G Willie Wcssels Vvwtx3 A V SPIRIT WEEK Oct. 23-27 Seniors-2 Juniors-1 Sophomores-3 Freshmen-4 Eighth Cr. -5 Game: 7:00 on the 27th vs. Winola 14-61. Larry Esters -Wizard, Lennie Clement-Tinman, Bob Longshore-Lion, Dave Bergstrom -Scarecrow, Diane Nelson-Dorothy 8. Oz girl, Lord Grow-lie, "An animated Mattress'', "A Can That Walks Like A Man'', "An Over- grown Mouser" COVER AND ALL ARTWORK BY TAMM1E JOHNSON.Row 1 (left to right): J. Mooney. Mrs. Gorzny, P. Kearney, M. Edmund, N. Nice, K. Fields, S. Francis, T. Guild, D. Walsten, Row 2: L. Luallen, T. Johnson, J. Johnson, M. Edmund, J. Spring, L. Clement, D. Bergstrom, J. Fields, T. Null, Row 3: S. Spivey, R. Swanson, L. Price, G. Reed, L. Lutrell, P. Cooper. H n UAdv. Mr. McLaughin, V.Pres. L Price, Tres. S. Carlson, Pres. J Fields, Adv. Mr. Miller Current Members: L. Price, J. Fields, B. Lord, S. Carlson, M. Eskridge, S. Spivey, P. Cooper, T. Guild, R. Swanson. Inducties D. Bergstrom, J. Main, 1. Clem ent, S. Francis, B. Curry, G. Reed, G. Anderson, T. Peterson, T. Null, T. Johnson, J. Johnson, N. Nice 18Row 1: Mr. Blair, Mr. Clement, S. Fields, P. Morland, S. Ward, G. Wind; Row 2: W. Wessels, D. Morland E. VanGetson, T. Anderson, J. Jordan, T. Willett, T. Paul, D. Nelson, K. Nelson, D. Schat-teman; Row 3: G. Anderson, B. Longshore, K. Jordan, M. Edmund, J. Fields, S. Spivey, D. Bergstrom, N. Nice, P. Carlson, B. McDowell, D. Unger.A1E Officers: Sec.-Treas., N. Nice; Vice-Pres., J. Johnson; Pres., J. Fields; Sponsor, Mrs. McKee. A m I d e Aides-in-Education was organized to fill a special need in our school. It's purpose is to give practical experience to students who have shown interest in entering the teaching profession. Some A1E members are assigned to assist teachers in secretarial work while other members are assigned as tutors for students who are having difficulty in certain subjects. A1E members give freely of many hours of their time assisting others. c a t FRONT ROW: T. Guild, L. Luallen, T. Johnson, T. Paul, C. Costello, T. Null, M. Brown. SEC- OND ROW: Mrs. McKee, J. Fields, N. Nice, T. Willett, D. Unger, D. Vail, D. Hanson, J. John- son, B. Nimrick, T. Spivey, L. Kofoid, B. Lord. THIRD ROW: L. Clement, S. Spivey, P. Cooper, Q L. Price, R. Swanson, B. Reed, L. Lutrell, T. Peterson, S. Francis, C. Johnson, K. Fields, D. v Bergstrom. n s J n £ d u Row 1: T. Peterson, T. Johnson, T. Null, S. Francis, J. Mooney, B. Nelson; Row 2: J. Johnson, A. Johnson, D. Walsten, L. Youngren, D. Vail, J. Fields; Row 3: T. Guild, D. Unger, L. Johnson, L. Loveridge, P. Dorman, K. Fields; Row 4: A. Rehn, L. Kofoid, C. Costello, C. Unger, D. Bergstrom; Row 5: R. Swanson Tammie Johnson Tina Guild DRY President Election Chairperson In December the members went to see Holiday on Ice. During the week April 2-6 the club held their annual Book Fair. The ISLA convention was held on April 28. jC i b Lori Johnson, Secretary; Jayne Johnson, Vice President. Tommie Johnson PresidS Do f Walsten, Treasurer; Mrs. Wiech, Advisor j Top row: P. Dorman, J. Potratz, C. Brahmstedt, L. White, J. Baysingar, T. Paul, J. Smith, Row 2: A. Raisbeck, T. Anderson, L. Lovcridge, K. Litton, R. Litton, C. Wind, L. Kofoid, M. Johnson, K. En-strom, M. Codsil, Row 3: A. Rehn, J. Brown, M. Norburg, B. Fetters, L. Baysingar, M. Brown, B. German, S. Spivey, P. Keamey, T. Guild, Last Row: Mrs. Frerkes, D. Morland, J. Anderson, M. Edmund, M. Langenfeld, M. Edmund, J. Spring, J. Fields, R. Swanson, L. Lutrell v. pres.-M. Edmund, pres.-T. Paul, sec.-treas.-J. Anderson Sponsor-Mrs. Frerkes Mexico Bound Students The Mexican Banquet and Taco suppers have become a traditional occurance at AlWood. The authentic Mexican foods are prepared and served by the club members with the supervision of Mrs. Frerkes, the sponsor. Part of the profits are divided among the members to use on a Spanish outing at the end of the year. During the summer, nine students are going to Mexico for ten days. While in Mexico they will visit Chapultepec Park, the Aztec Ruins, the bullfights, the Pyramids of Teotihaucan and the city of Acapulco. QUE SE DIVIT1ERAN! L nCwl 22Row 1: B. Franks, L. Esters, D. Goff, K. Poppy, J. Baysingar, T. Stroud, T. Beck, K. Jordan, Mr. Minder, Row 2: M. Becka, J. Anderson, L. Luallen, T. Willett, T. Paul, R. Hambliton B Longshore Row3. R. Utton, T. Howard, B. Lord, K. Nelson, B. Robinson, D. Bergstrom, S. Goben, M. Carlson, Mr. Hodge, Mr. McLaughlin. Seniors: B. Lord, T. Stroud, B. Robinson, B. Franks, S. Goben, K. Jordan, B. Longshore. 9 H A FHA Officers: President - M. Edmund; Vice-President - C. Swanson; Sec-Tres-R. Swanson; Chairman of Recreation- T. Anderson; Public Relations- L. Dhabalt; Historian - Marilyn Chris Swanson - Representative to Section 2C Execu- Patty Carlson - AlWood Correspondent for CO-ED tive Council MagazineROW 1: M. Root, G. Daly, D. Meyer, M. Swanson, J. Streeter, J. Myers, G. Anderson, M. Spros-ton, C. Thurston, J. Mooney, R. Carlson; ROW 2: R. Miller, C. Epperson, D. Goff, T. Peden, G. Strandberg, M. Streeter, R. Edmund, D. Walsten, D. Allison, S. Swanson, D. Schatteman; ROW 3; L. DeSutter, T. Ward, M. Norberg, K. Litton, J. Main, L. Clement, K. Poppy, Mr. Clement-Advisor, G. Anderson, B. Lord, J. Daly, M. Ackerson, S. Spivey, M. Swanson, T. Stroud. ♦ - b • • Receiving Production Awards were: T. Stroud-Swine; S. Spivey-Beef, Sales and Services; J. Daly-Ag. Placement. Also pictured is State FFA President, William Christ. This year the FFA was involved in many activities. In June, 11 members attended the State Convention. In November, the FFA sold fruit, cheese, and sausage and also 5 members went to the National Convention. The FFA held a banquet in March in which the "Farmhand Chorus" sang. OFFICERS: S. Spivey-Pres.; L. Clement V. Pres.; M. Swanson-Tre as.; G. Ander son-Sec.; B. Lord - Rep.; Mr. Clement-Ad v.; D. Schatteman-Sent. % ♦ Back tow: L. Esters, K. Jordon, G. Anderson, D. Bergstrom, M. Eskridge, B. Krueger; Third row: L. Clement, D. Walsten, K. Litton, C. Johnson, S. Francis, C. Brahmstedt; Second row: S. Spivey, L. eihnson, K. Engstrom, L. Kofoid, R. Hamilton, P. Cooper; First row: R. Swanson, B. McDowell, T. ull, J. Swanson, B. Nelson four Vear Chorus And Maud MembersSec. P. Cooper; V. Pres. R. Swanson; Advisor Mrs. Miller; Pres. J. Fields; Tres. N. Nice. fa? ! rc o « 4, V v i • IaI 4 4 4.5;VtM ! , » • - I % )l % « 1 1 ' •' « 1 . 1 , , I 1 -4 u «•«. - fr fiv ! — , L • ijl I ■ £ " r 'J «wdt f IF: , ChorusI. B.Kruegar, D.Hanson, M.Swanson, C. Wind, T.Stoud, T.Guild, B.Longshore, P.Cooper. 2. M.Eskridge, G.Anderson, K.Enstrom, K.Litton, S. Spivey, C.Johnson, R.Hambleton, R.Swanson. 3. L.Esters, L.Clement, D. Berstrom, V.Montgomery, T.Anderson, T.Anderson, D.Schatteman, B.Fetters, 4. K.Elliot, J.Jordan, P.Dorman, B.Unger, D.Weidner, L.Loveridge. 5. K.Fields, C.Johnson, R.Hambleton, T.Johnson, L.Forsyth, B.McDowell, P.Kearney, J.Herndon. 6. D.Bergstrom, K.Enstrom, T.Spivey, T. Null. 7. B.Berthurem, D.Scott, J. Johnson, L.Luallen, L.Kofoid, T.Null, P.Carlson, M.Baysingar. 8. Soloists, B.Longshore, M. Eskridge, L.Clement, D.Bergstrom, L.Esters, K. Enstrom, D.Schatteman, C.Brahm-stedt, S.Spivey, C.Costello, C.Johnson, R.Hambleton, R.Swanson, T.Guild, L.Luallen, T.Null. w 1 I. Brahmstedt, D.Walsten, J.Baysingar, L. Clement, M.Brown, D.Nelson, D.Clement, T.Paul. 2. W.Wessels, R.Litton, K.Boland, J.Esters, R.Cooper, M.Sproston, B.Ackerson, D.Meyer, C.Taylor, J.Swanson, J.Litton, D.Wind. 4. C.Costello, T.Spivey, B.Nelson, D.Nelson. 5. M.Willett, L.Johnson, J.Portratz, A.Rais-beck, L.Johnson, M.Blundy. 6. B.Carlson, K.Nelson, S.Francis, K.Boland, D.Unger, C.Swanson, K.Peden. 7. C.Costello, T.Paul, J.Swanson, J. Brown, N.Nice, B.Nelson. 8. M. Langenfeld, L.Price, J.Fields, M.Edmund, R.Spivey. 9. K.Poppy, K. Jordan, C.Anderson, M.Norberg, D.Walsten, B.Lonshore, C.Brahmstedt, ! . Litton. 1. D. Walsten, K. Enstrom, L. Esters, L. Wallin, M. Langenfeld, T. Null', R. Hambletoir, K. Boland, 2. G. Taylor, D. Clement, D. Wiedner, C. Wind, T. Null, J. Swanson, L. Kofoid, B. German, 3. L. Wallin, T. Null, J. Swanson, 4. G. Anderson, M. Langenfeld, S. Spivey, D. Bergstrom, 5. S. Spivey, D. Walsten, G. Anderson, D. Bergstrom, M. Brown, M. Langenfeld, K. Enstrom, K. Boland, 6. L. Clement, G. Anderson, D. Bergstrom, D.'Walsten, 7. G. Anderson, D. Walsten, D. Bergstrom, M. Langenfeld, K. Enstrom, S. Spivey, 8. L. Luallen, 1. Esters, N. Nice, P. Carlson BACK ROW: R. Kames; K. Guild; D. Steward; T. Peterson; C. Brown; S. Goben. FRONT ROW: R. Spivey; P. Keamey; J. McFarlin; B. Franks; E. Cunningham; M. Boland. EMPLOYERS: Rutledge Landscaping; Oliver Stephenson Farm; Robbins Florist; Woodhull Plaza; Tri-State-Stone; Farmers State Bank of Alpha; Welch Accounting; Book and Seed; Nelson Implement. Work Study Program BACK ROW: S. Dorman; J. Becka; B. Kidd; J. Meirhaeghe; M. I Eskridge; S. Carlson; T. Beck. MIDDLE ROW: J. Daly; R. Sim- 1 I mons; T. Ward; M. Swanson; L. Wallin; L. Price; C. Wind. FRONT ROW: B. Longshore; J. Brown; J. Spring; M. Edmund; J. Fkl uL Lutrell; T. Guild. “ Swanson Ford; Johnson Lumber; Wayne's Super-Valu; Peterson-Wallin-Knox; Carlson Construction; Freeman Chevrolet; rchie Samuelson Farms; Alpha Agri-Business ; Curry Farms Woodhull State Bank; Nelson Chiropractic Clinic; Alpha FS; Grossell's Pharmacy.J.V. FOOTBALL: Top to Bottom: S. Steward, P. Nice, J. Litton, J. Swanson, Sponsor. D. Peterson, j. Herndon, M. Blundy J.V. BASKETBALL: Topi, tor.: P. Nice, M. Blundy, J. Litton, Bottom: M. Baysinger, J. Swanson, D. WindThis was the last year for our three SENIOR cheerleaders. We would like to thank them for their support. They are from top to bottom: Leanne Price, Brian Lord, Patty Cooper VARSITY FOOTBALL: Top to Bottom: R. Hanbleton, L. Price, D. Unger, L. Forstyh, B. Bethurem, P. Cooper VARSITY BASKETBALL: Top 1. to r.: D. Unger, B. Bethurem, L. Forsyth, T. Null, L. Price Bottom: D. Bergstrom, J. Baysinger, B. Lord, S. Francis, T. Beck, L. Clement, R. Hambleton Row 1: M. Codsil, L. Baysinger, J. Bethurem, A. Johnson, B. Ackerson, E. VanGetson, M. Swanson, D. McDowell, M. Becka, R. DeBrackeleire, Row 2: Coach Blair, T. Howard, T. Peden, D. Goff, W. Wessels, J. Ilartzell, G. Anderson, K. Boland, M. Carlson, R. Edmund, C. Brown, B. Robinson, R. Litton, M. Sproston, Coach Anderson.Wee t u 4t: Row 1: D. Bergstrom, I. Basinger, S. Root, R. Thompson, K. Poppy, D. Vail, L. Clement, K. Nelson, T. Beck, J. Main, T. Beck, Row 2: Coach Hodge, T. Stroud, K. Jordan, S. Dorman, B. Krueger, B. Robinson, B. Lord, S. Carlson, B. Longshore, S. Francis, Coach McLaughlin. Seniors: Row 1: S. Carlson, K. Jordan, B. Longshore, T. Stroud, S. Dorman, Row 2: B. Robinson, B. Lord, B. Krueger. T ft § kt $ Co-Captains: B. Robinson, S. Carlson. T. Spivey, D. Vail, D. Clement, T. Paul, C. Costello, D. Nelson, J. Swanson, B. Nelson, L. Johnson, M. Johnson, A. Haake, C. Thompson, L. Loveridge, D. Wind, J. Potratz, L. Kifiod, M. Baysingar, A. Raisbeck, Mgr. M. Willet, Coach M. Dixon P. Carlson, T. Null, N. Nice, B. McDowell, B. Reed, L. Lamb, J. Johnson, R. Swanson, Mgr. C. Johnson, K. Fields, Coach D. Peterson, S. Spivey, C. Windi.v. D. McDowell, J. Lindstrom, L. Youngren, T. Anderson, G. Merideth, T. Johnson, A. Johnson, D. Morland, T. Howard Mgn., J. Smith, W. Wessels, M. Carlson, K. Boland, R. Dusenberry, J. Esters, R. Edmund. Coach C. Blundy. entity HskeibtU Coach R. Hodge, M. Swanson, T. Beck, S. Carlson, D. Vail, S. Goben, B. Robinson, G. Anderson, K. Nelson, B. Kruger, M. Norberg, Mgn. T. HowardL to R: Julie Potratz, manager, Colleen Costello, Trudy Paul, Kim Snyder, Jo Brown, Nicki Borders, Teresa Spivey, Diane Nelson, Tracy Willett, Coaches Fred McLaughlin, and Darla Peterson £4 4 4X4 J. V.★ K. Fields, N. Nice, S. Spivey, B. McDowell, B. Nelson, M. Brown, D. Scott, J. Fields, K. Boland, Coaches McLaughin G Peterson 1979 Schedule JAN. 22 Galva Here 31 Alexis There FEB. 5 Westmer Here 7 Wethersfield Here 10 Monmouth Tournament 14 Toulon There 19 Aledo Here REMEMBER ... 21 Cambridge There 1) The Wethersfield game warm-up 26 Winola Here 2) When the bus had to stop at Julie's house on the way to 28 ROVA There the ROVA game MAR. 12 Kewanee Regional 3) The warm-up pants that had a blow-out ROVA 4) Scoring 2 points for ROVA 5) 1 'Kangaroo Court'' that almost everyone forgot to pay into 6) The coaches forgetting the ' 'complete" line-up for Var sity i W M bu i Back Row: Mrs. D. Peterson; T. Paul; J. Swanson; C. Costello; R. Hambleton; J. Johnson; D. Epperson Miss Dixon; Second Row: J. Swanson; L. Johnson; M. Baysinger; L. Lovridge; T. Howard; Third Row: P Bedford; P. Nice; S. Steward $ I kr I $ '•CKurt Jordan Galen Anderson Bob Longshore Football Basketball Football Steve Dorman Mark Swanson Terry Stroud Football Basketball Football wmtmemnxk ft Steve Goben Bruce Robinson Basketball Football Basketball Track Scott Carlson Football Basketball Bob Krueger Football Brian Lord Basketball Football Kurt Jordan-All Conference Team, Honorable Mention All-Star Team. (FB) Bruce Robinson-All Conference Team, All- Star Team. (FB) 3rd Place Shot Put District Track Meet. Steph Spivey-All Conference Team. (VB)tatsamMuix W £) 4 wmmemet Julie Fields Basketball Cheryl Wind Volleyball Lori Lamb Volleyball Ruth Swanson VolleyballPres. - Dale Walsten Sec. - James Bergstrom Ray Brown Maurice DeSutter John Edmund Garry Nelson Richard SwansonSuper. - Wayne French Shirley Swanson Barb Elliott Mary Lou Daly Ruth Mason This year the Faculty Staff consists of twenty-one teachers. All the teachers are carring a very heavy and demanding schedule. The teachers here at AlWood seem to get along well with one another and with most of the students. They are always around and willing to assist if the students need help. Of course, it's important that you get teachers that know what they're teaching, but you also need teachers that care about the students and the school. AlWood has exactly that. So....thanks to all the teachers and keep it up. Keith Clement, Vocational Ag, FFA, and Student Council Vicki Carlson, English, Social Studies, and Speech Jim Blair, Math, JV Football Coach, and Student Council Mary Ellen Dixion, Special Ed, and JV Volleyball Coach Brian Hall, Industrial Arts, Shop, and 8th grade Football Coach Darla Peterson, Girls P.E., Health, and Girls Volleyball, Basketball, and Track Coach 5758 Genevieve Mckee, English, Latin, and A.l.E. Ralph Hodge, Boys P.E., Health, Boys Basketball Coach, and Asst. Football Coach Genevieve Gorzny, English and Yearbook Robert Anderson, Science, Asst. JV Football Coach Laurie Pearson, Jazz Band and Instrumental Music Barb McNeil, Home Ec, and FHAFred McLaughlin, NHS, Math, Boys Track and Football Coach, and Girls Basketball Coach Estelle Miller, Vocal Music, Chorus, and Ensembles Willodean Carlson, Business Ed Ronald Hoberg, Science, and Phsychocology Nancy Frerkes, English, Spanish, and Spanish Club Truman Nehls, Student Counselor, and Work Study ■ •• I'll see Girls 1 Got You Watch Out! No paper wads into, my Wake up Morning Clean Up Move your feet Who Me ? You Guys Ask Shirley Swell V -JAlpha- E. Peterson, D. Hanson, L. Shannon, P. Klundt Woodhull- H. Elliot, B. Bell, B. AndersonC. Falline S. Fields M. Frenell M. German T. Guild C. Harris L. Hungerford B. Johnson K. Johnson W. Kames C. Lawson R. Lindstrom B. Litton K. Lord M. McMeekan L. Miller P. Morland C. MunsonA. Musselman C. Myers R. Nelson T. Nelson B. Nice T. Nice m AiV: V s r J. Nichols B. Nimrick J. Olson C. Parks A. Paul R. Peterson C. Plunkett M. Randall D. Reed L. Rehn S. Ringberg M. Roesner R. Sanquist D. Scott D. Scott T. Sims L. Smith R. Streeter B. Thurston S. Underwood S. Ward C. Willett W. Willett G. Wind 65 ■HqfcurgBack row: A. Paul, M. Randall, T. Nelson; Front row: R. Nelson, and S. Fields. 67 Mr. Hall was the coach of the Junior High Football team this year. Practice was held after school. The Football squad had two intrasquad scrimmage games during the fall. Games were played on October 4 and October 13. The white jersey team won both games by scores of 8-6 and 22-8. From L to R: M. McMeekan, P. Morland, C. Munson, B. Karnes, G. Wind, M. Bethell, Coach Holmes, D. Boland, L. Heady, L. Craig, J. Baysinger, B. Litton, S. Erlandson, B. Nice.Row 1: S. Fields, S. Underwood, T. Nelson, R. Sanquist, Row 2: L. Rehn, D. Scott, G. Falline, K. Johnson, L. Smith, C. Lord, D. Scott, Row 3: T. Nice, C. Plunkett, J. Olson, A. Paul, B. Nimrick, R. Streeter, Coach K. Nelson E Row 1: L. Smith, S. Fields, R. Nelson, K. Johnson, Row 2: A. Paul, T. Nelson, G. Peterson, D. Scott, Row 3: Manager G. Falline, C. Plunkett, T. Nice,D. Scott, S. Underwood, R. Sanquist, J. Olson™ Nels°nvtK; Johnson, L. Rehn S. Fields, K. Lord; Row 2: C. Plunkett, T. Nice, D. Scott S. Underwood, J. Olson, T. Nelson, A. Paul, Mr. Holmes. ’ ’ Wind gS Mr Fernell B- Nice, M. McMeeken; Row 2: J. Baysinger, B. Litton, G.This year during the 1978-79 sports season, the 8th Grade girls brought home two trophies showing that they were both the Lincoln TrailConference Volleyball Champs and the Lincoln Trail Conference Basketball Champs. These girls should be very proud of their accomplishments. Good work! This year the 8th Grade Music Department participated in many events and had a good time too. Their chorus Festival was held at Cambridge in the spring. Their band Festival was held at Winola in the spring. 71B. Ackerson C. Anaerson T. Anderson T. Anderson L. Baysingar J. Bethurem M. Blundy K. Boland N. Borders C. Brown J. Brown R. Carlson A. Cavett K. Colton R. Cooper L. Craig T. Cunningham C. Daly P. Dorman R. Dusenberry K. Elliott D. Epperson J. Esters B. Fetters M. German A. Haake D. Hamilton M. Helms R. Herring T. Howard A. Johnson M. Johnson T. Johnson J. Jordan D. Kemmit J. Lindstrom 74J. Litton L. Loveridgc D. McDowell C. Merideth D. Meyer S. Miryed V. Montgomery D. Morland J. Myers P. Nice C. Nichols N. Parks PHOTO NOT AVAILABLED. Allison J. Anderson K. Atchison B. Barton M. Baysingar M. Becka P. Bedford C. Brahmstedt M. Carlson D. Clement C. Costello R- DeBrackeleire R. Edmund 1 . Eduardson K. Engels K. Enstrom C. Epperson M. Codsil D. Coff J. Hargis J. Ha,-trpll B. Henrikson J. Herndon T. 1 loivard L. Johnson L. Johnson M. Johnson P. Kearney J. Kessinger I. Kofoid R. Litton J. Mahalovich R. Miller B. Nelson D. Nelson K. Nelson 77S. Parks T. Paul T. Peden R. Pitts J. Potratz A. Rehn B. Robinson D. Schatteman J. Smith B. Snyder T. Sotelo T. Spivey K. Stoneking C. Strandberg M. Streeter J. Swanson J. Swanson S. Swanson C. Taylor D. Vail D. Walsten B. Ward T. Ward B. Wessels L. White T. White S. Whitsell J. Willet M. Willet T. Willet D. Wind J. Ackerson ]. Baysingar J. Beck T. Beck T. Beck D. Bergstrom B. Bethurem K. Boland C. Brown M. Brown P. Carlson B. Carlson L. Clement C. Colton T. Cotton K. Davis L. DeSutter L. Dhabalt L. Esters K. Fields L. Forsyth S. Francis B. German B. Gordon R. Hambleton D. Herring C. Johnson J. Johnson T. Johnson C. Jones PHOTO NOT AVAILABLE ■ ID. Nodeen M. Norberg T. Null K. Poppy J. Randall S. Root D. Scott P. Selman C. Swanson R. Thompson L. Thurston T. Trask NO PHOTO AVAILABLE D. Unger D. Vail T. Ward C. Wessels .cuam T. Johi and MrLeanne Price Valedictorian Honor Seniors Bruce Curry Salutatorian— Hi .? ; ■ Sievi TkiU $Hnd Ctfl§§ Melton %; Not Mom W,’ ' :''.: • • •' -W»„. _________________ . :V five, But Mow ■ U-,.;Mid £;' ’ fou Knw Mm '■ ■ '■ ■ . . ;) jCoL{ed you But yUf SfnrJi Wp$ dree: Zaughiug J t ZitegucsBon ■ { iw Ouct- - 't mmSenior Mike Ackerson-FFA 3,4 Galen Anderson-Without a little enthusiasm nothing great in life would ever be accomplished. FFA 1,2,3-Sec 4; NHS 4; Co-ed Sports 3,4; Chorus 1,2,3,4; ChorusEns. 1,2,3,4; Band 1,2,3,4-V. Pres; Band Ens. 1,2,3,4; Musical 1,2,3,4; Chamber Choir 4; Class Pres 2,3; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1,2,3; Track 1,2 Student Council 2,3,4-Pres; Homecoming King 4 Jacqy Anderson-Why create troubles of our own when others will so willingly share theirs. Spanish Club 1,2,3,4-Tres; Work Study 4; Chorus 1,2,3,4; Chorus Ens. 1,2,3,4; Band 1,2,3,4-Tres; Band Ens. 1,2,3,4; Musical 1,2; Chamber Choir 3,4; Student Council 1,2; Class Attendent 4 Trudy Anderson-Life is a jugsaw puzzle with most of the pieces missing; Life is but an empty dream. FHA 1,2,3-Rec Chairman, 4; Chorus 4; Class Attendent 4 Lora Bainbridge-There can be no happiness if things we believe in are different from the things we do. FHA 1,2,3,4 Jeff Becka-Work Study 4; Chorus 1,2 Mike Boland-The hurrieder 1 go the behinder 1 get. Work Study 4 Jerri Brown-Life is for the privilege of loving and being loved. FHA 2,3,4; Spanish Club 1,2,3; Art Club 3-Tres; Co-ed Sports 1,2; Work Study 4; Basketball 1,2; Track 1,2 Scott Carlson-Courage is what it takes to stand up and speak, it is also what it takes, on occasion to sit down and listen. NHS 3,4-Tres; Work Study 4; Chorus 2,3,4; Musical 4; Football 2,3,4-Co Captain; Basketball 2,3,4; Track 2 Patty Cooper-1 refuse to get less than all that life has to offer and to give less than all 1 have to give to life. FHA 4; A1E 2,3,4; NHS 3,4; Co-ed Sports 1,2 Annual Staff 2,3,4; Chorus 1,2,3,4-Sec Tres; Chorus Ens. 1,2,3,4; Musical 1,2,4; Chamber Choir 4; Class Sec. 3,4; Basketball 1; Cheerleader 2,3,4 Eddie Cunningham Bruce Curry-FFA 1,2,3,4; Work Study 4; MHS 4; Chorus 1,2,3,4; Chorus ENS. 1,2,3,4; Band 1,2,3; Musical 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1; Manager 3; Jazz Band John Daly-What 1 must do is all that concerns me, not what the people think. FFA 1,2,3,4; Work Study 4 Steve Dorman-One touch of nature makes the world kin. Varsity Club 4; Band 2,3,4; Football 3,4; Track 3 Marian Edmund-It's not how much you have, but how much you enjoy that makes happiness. FHA 1,2-Pub Relations, 3-V. Pres, 4-Pres; AIE 3; Spanish Club 2,3,4; Work Study 4; Chorus 1,2,3,4; Chorus ENs. 4; Musical 4 Marilyn Edmund-Enjoy your own life without comparing it with that of another. FHA 1,2-Historian,3,4; AIE 2,3; Spanish Club 2,3,4-V. Pres; Chorus 1,2,3,4; ChorusEns. 4; Musical 2,4; Class Sec 2; Basketball 2; Student Council 1,4 Mike Eskridge-Can't we raise our eyes and make a start; Can't we find the minds to lead us closer to the heart. Work Study 4; Chorus 1,2,3,4; Chorus Ens 1,2,3,4; Band 1,2,3,4; Musical 3,4; Chamber Choir 2,3,4; Baseball 3; Student Council 1,3; Class Attendent 1 Julie Fields-What lies before us and what lies behind us are tiny matters compared to what lies within us. FHA 2,3,4; AIE 2,3-V. Pres, 4-Pres; NHS 3,4-Pres; Spanish Club 1,2-Sec Tres, 3,4; Library Club 2,3-Pres, 4; Co-ed Sports 1,2,3,4; Work Study 3,4; Chorus 1,2,3,4-Pres; Chorus Ens 2,3,4; Musical 2,3,4; Annual Staff 2,3,4-CO-Editor; Class Pres 4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Student Council 2,4-Sec Tres; Class Attendent 2; Queen 4 Barry Franks Steve Goben-1 have been dying for eighteen years, now 1 am going to live. Varsity Club 3,4; Work Study 3,4; Football 3; Basketball 2,3,4; Track 2 Tina Guild-I know at times 1 talk too much, but if I didn't say what was on my mind, who would? FHA 2,3,4; AIE 2,3,4; NHS 3,4; Library Club 2,3-Tres, 4; Spanish Club 3,4; Co-ed Sports 1,2; Annual Staff 2,3,4-Co-Editor; Work Study 4; Chorus 1,2,3,4; ChorusEns 1,2,3,4; Musical 1,2,3,4; Student Council 1; Class Play 1; Majorette 1,2,3; Speech Club 2 Kevin Guild-Onward through the fog ! II Work Study 3,4; Class Attendent 3,4; Basketball 1,2 Denise Hanson-If nobody knows the troubles you've seen, you don't live in a small town. FHA 2,3,4; AIE 2,3,4; Chorus 1,2,3,4; Chorus Ens 2,3,4; Musical 2; Student Council 3; Class Play 1 Donna Herring-It's nice to be important but it's more important to be nice. FHA 3,4; Spanish Club 2,3 Bart Johnson Sue Johnson-FHA 2,3,4; Track 1,2,3 Kurt Jordon-Life is short compared to time. Varsity Club 2,3,4-Pres; Co-ed Sports 2,3; Chorus 1,2,3,4; Chorus Ens 1,2,3,4; Musical 1,2,3,4; Chamber Choir 3,4; Class V. Pres 3; Football 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1,2,3; Student Council 4; Class Attendent 3,4 Patty Kearney-Life is short, so live it fast, live it long, and make it last. FHA 1,2,3,4; AIE 2,3; Spanish Club 1,2,3,4; Work Study 3,4; Chorus 1,2,3; Chorus Ens 2,3; Class Bruce Kidd-It's finely here and gone. Work Study 4; Baseball 3 Bob Krueger-Varsity Club 3,4; Co-ed Sports 2,3,4; Work Study 4; Chorus 1,2,3,4; Chorus Ens 1,2,3,4; 94Activities Band 1,2,3,4; Band Ens 2,3; Musical 1,2,3,4; Chamber Choir 3,4; Football 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Track 2 Lori Lamb-You can't do any learning if you do all the talking. FHA 1,2-Rec Chairman, 3,4; Volleyball 4 I Mary Langenfeld-1 cannot say that women are better than men, but 1 can certainly say that we are no worse FHA 1,2,3,4; Spanish Club 1,2,3,4; Work Study 3; 12,3,4 Band 1,2,3,4; Band Ens 1,2,3,4; Musical 1,2,3,4; Jazz band 1,2,3,4 Bob Longshore - When you're up to your armpits in alligators, it's hard to remember that your prime objective was to drain the swamp. AIE 3; Library Club 3; Varsity Club 3,4; Work Study 4; Chorus 1,2,3,4; Chorus Ens 1,2,3,4; Band 1,2,3; Band Ens 2; Musical 1,2,3,4; Football 1,2,3,4; Track 2; Student Council 4-V. Pres Brian Lord: FFA 2,3,4-Reporter; AIE 2,3,4; NHS -•'%3,4; Band 1,2,3,4; Band Ens. 4; Football 1,3,4; Track 2,3,4; Cheerleader 4; Jazz Band 4. Lori Lutrell: Man is the only animal that blushes; or needs to. FHA 1,2,3,4; Alt 3,4; Spanish Club 1,2,3,4; CoEd Sports 1,2; Annual Staff 2,3,4; Work Study 4; Chorus 1,2,3. Julie McFarlin: Remember, there are no bad days, some are just better than others. FHA 1,2,3,4; Work Study 4; Chorus 1,2,3. Joe Meirhaeghe: 1 would rather attempt to do something great and fail, than attempt to do nothing and succeed. Co Ed Sports 4; Work Study 3,4. Terrie Page: It's not hard to do right; it's only hard to know what is right to do. FHA 1,2. Kim Peden: Love is a symphany, hearts in one melody. Sounds never dissipate, they only secreate in another place. FHA 1,2,3,4; Chorus 1,2,3,4; Chorus Ens. 3,4; Art Club 1,2,3-Pres. Basketball 1, Track 1. Torrie Petterson: Ideals are like stars; you will not succeed in touching them with your hand but you choose them as your guides and follow them to reach your destiny. FHA 1,2,3,4; AIE 3,4; Library Club 2,3,4; Spanish Club 4; CoEd Sports 2; Work Study ; Chorus 1; Majorettes 2. Leanne Price: What do we live for if it is not to make life less difficult for others. FHA 1,2,3,4; AIE 2,3,4; NHS 3,4-V.Pres. CoEd Sports 1,2,3; Annual Staff 4; Work Study 4; Chorus 1,2,3,4; Chorus Ens. 2,3,4; Musical 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1; Cheerleader 1,2,3,4-Captain; Student Council Sec. 3; Class Attendent 3; Track 3. world, back the world. Spanish Club 1,2,3; Varsity Club 1,2,3,4-V. Pres. CoEd Sports 1,2; Football 1.2.3.4- Co-Captain; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Baseball 2,3; Track 1,2,3,4. Crystal Sparks; Those of you who think you know everything are annoying to those of us who do. Chorus I. Rhonda Spivey: We can only live each day once, so be sure to keep the memories forever. FHA 1,2,3,4; Spanish Club 2,3,4; W'ork Study 4; Chorus 1,2,3,4; Chorus Ens. 2,3,4; Musical 3,4. Stephanie Spivey: May all your goals, dreams, ambitions , and all the success you deserve in life, be yours now and always. FFA 1,2,3-v. Pres,4-pres; AIE 2,3,4; NHS 3,4; Spanish Club 2,3-Tres. 4; CoEd Sports 1; Annual Staff 2,3,4; Work Study 4; Chorus 1,2,3,4; Chorus Ens. 1,2,3,4; Band 1,2,3,4-Pres. Band Ens. 1,2,3,4; Musical 1,2,3,4; Chamber Choir 2,3,4; Volleyball 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Student Council 4; Jazz Band 1,2,3. Jan Spring: When dealing with yourself use your head, when dealing with others use your heart. FHA 1.2.3.4- Hist. Spanish Club 1,2,3,4; Annual Staff 4; Work Study 3,4; Class V. Pres, 1,4; Student Council 2; Class Attendent 1,4; Dale Steward: FFA 1; Work Study 4; Class Attendent 4. Steve Streeter; 1 am holding on to life, I'm drifting in the stream. Everything is clearer now. We live within a dream and never wake ! Terry Stroud: Life is fun, so ride the storm out. FFA 1,2,3,4; Varsity Club 3,4; Band 1,2,3,4; Musical 3,4; Football 1,2,3,4. Mark Swanson: Time has a way of making everything O.K. FFA 1,2,3-Tres. 4; Co£d Sports 2,4; Work Study 4; Chorus 1,2,3,4; Chorus Ens. 1,2,3,4; Musical 2,3,4; Class Tres. 4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Track 1,2; Student Council 3. Ruth Swanson: The time to be happy is now. FHA 1.3.4- Sec.-Tres.; AIE 2,3,4; NHS 3,4; Library-Club 1,2,3-V.Pres. 4; CoEd Sports 1,2,3; Annual Staff 2,3,4; Chorus 1,2,3,4-V.Pres; Chorus Ens. 1,2,3,4; Musical 1,2,3,4; Chamber Choir 3,4; Class Tres. 3; Volleyball 4; Majorettes 1,2,3. Ron Simmons: The faster 1 go the better 1 feel. Work Study 3,4. Lynne Wallin: Take care of the minutes for the hours will take care of themselves. AIE 2; Work Study 4; Chorus 1,2,3; ChorusEns. 1,2,3; Band 1,2,3,4; Band Ens. 1,2,3,4; Musical 2,3; Class Tres. 1; Volleyball 1; Basketball 1,2; Cheerleader 1,2,3. Gary Reed: Make the most out of life, do your best in everything you do, and have as much fun as you can. Spanish Club 1; Band 1,2,3,4; Band Ens. 2,3,4; Jazz Band 4. Cheryl Wind: The sun has been rising in the east ever since the world started to spin yet every sunrise is new. FHA 1,2,3,4; Spanish Club 1,2,3,4; Work Study 4; Chorus 2,3,4; Chorus Ens. 2,3,4; Band 1,2,3,4; Band Ens. 4; Musical 4; Volleyball 2,3,4; Basketball 2. 9S Bruce Robinson: In the fight between you and the tike ‘EGCSBUfflP upp a mwr iwiyb 'cuud HUfffi Set spike MvS lhN Trs ■■OOP THE UIIZflRD TROT UlflS POVMff T© VCCfi IXMMCgg222%£$ oAM After prom’ am i This headoshe he enredf RRCCRLRRREHTEjjvt be be e mel kiM gRWDujrfnojf ©c Y©c K S ©W afWo Q 91 of 0 t 4 © Y R ItoST 5 | V8 top in iODCb S IOR Jjtji IT UlflS ILL TOO FIST ★ flfJMIJMlilV WipiThe following is a bit of wisdom lent to the underclassmen by the Seniors. Here are some of the best answers given by the Seniors. UNDERCLASSMEN: If you follow this advice you will turn out to be as wise as the Seniors. 1. The best way to survive at AlWood H. S. is ■ a. to be absent; b. to stay out of the Seniors; c. to pretend it is ; class should be avoided because 2. Mr. Mrs. _........ . a. Mrs. Mcnefl's, you'll never come out in the condition you went in; b. Mrs. Peterson's P F a could die of frost bite; c. Mrs. W. Carlson's accounting, debiting is a drag. ' 3. Get on Mr. Mrs. . GOOD SIDE as soon as possible because a. Mr. Miller, he grades screwy; b. Mrs. Miller, she'll beat you up if you don't; c. Mr Banion he .ions the report cards. ' ’ 4. The most important thing s to leam in H.S. is are . a. the basics (how to get out of work); b. how to survive speedball and where to give a good swift kick-how to break the rules and not get caught. ’ 5. The most important or most useful sentences in H.S. is are________ a. I didn't have time to do it because my hogs were out. b. Where is the party? c. I'll do it tomorrow d When is this class over? 6. The most important things to girls in H.S. are_______ a. guys; b. dating; c. clothes; d. getting a ride to school. 7. The most important things to boys in H.S. are________ a. girls; b. cruising; c. parties; d. good stereo. 8. One goa! an underclassman should have is . a. live long enough to be a Senior; b. Stay away from upperclassmen; c. always look beyond, not behind. 9. ALWAYS a. keep your mouth shut.; b. have fun; c. party like crazy. 10. NEVER a. throw horse manure at a windmill with the wind against you; b. do anything to upset a senior, (such as breathing); c. tell off the school principal.PA ZKON We the 1978- 1979 i earbook staff would like to thank the following patrons for their contributions. They have helped the yearbook alot. Thanks again. H.N. Picard, MD. Alpha W’oodhull - Alpha Jaycees Pat's Pin-a-Kurl Bork Diner Krueger Brothers Woodhull State Bank Barton's Body Shop Bain's Tap Woodhull Robbins Florist Alpha Woodhull Plaza Maxwell's Market Rosie's Kurl Komer Anderson's Supermarket Roy Freeman Chevrolet, Inc. Eldon S. Newman MCM Livestock Production Co. Alexander Lumber Co. Grossell's Pharmacy Inc., Alpha, Aledo Alpha FS, Inc. Peterson - W all in - Knox Alpha-Woodhull Rutledge Landscape Service and Green House W.J. Nelson G Sons Inc. Bergstrom Seed and Grain Co., Inc. Woodhull Telephone Company Connie's Lakeside Boutique Connie Vail Moorman Mfg. Company Alpha Division Tony's Plumbing and Heating Woodhull Standard Station Farmers State Bank of Alpha Doctors Rehn and Larson Anseeuw's Body Shop Beck's Body Shop and Car Wish and Wrecker Ser. Francis Insurance Agency Inc., Gerald Francis Jr. 107Jn Memory Of ... A7Z8K QCOW Td like the memory of me to be a happy one, Td like to leave an afterglow of smiles when life is done. Td like to leave an echo whispering softly down the ways, Of happy times and laughing times and bright and sunny days. Td like the tears of those who grieve, to dry before the sun Of happy memories that J leave When life is done. 108


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