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

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A Touch of Gold A rainbow is a symbol of hope. Legend holds that at the end of the rainbow there is a pot of gold. The gold may symbolize riches, happiness, or success. In A TOUCH OF GOLD, we will look back on the golden memories of our year together in 1982-3 as Underclassmen, Seniors, and faculty look for their gold at the end of the rainbow.Table of Contents Faculty Administration Principal, Superintendent, Secretaries, Faculty, Cooks, Custodians, Bus Drivers.............................................................................7 12 Junior High Seventh grade. Student Council, Eighth grade, Football, Volleyball, Basketball, Track, Band, Chorus, Speech, Cheerleaders 13-28 Underclassmen Freshmen 30-32 Sophomores 33-35 Juniors 36-38 Sports J.V.—Football, Volleyball, Basketball, Cheerleaders, Collage 3945 Varsity—Volleyball, Basketball, Track, Cheerleaders, Collages, Senior Letter Winners, Sports Results 46-58 Organizations Spanish Club, Spanish National Honor Society, National Honor Society, Student Council, A.I.E., Library Club, Yearbook, F.F.A., F.H.A., AVC, Work Study 59-69 Band Chorus Band Ensembles, Band and officers. Chorus and officers, Chorus Ensembles, Flags and Marching Band, Christmas Program, Jazz Band, Chamber Choir 70-78 Activities Spirit Week, Homecoming—Royalty, Musical, Prom — After, Prom 79-88 Seniors Honored Seniors, Senior Pictures, Senior Class Picture, Senior Index, Senior Specials, Collage, Fun Page, Senior Trip, Baccalaureate, Graduation 89-109 Closing Pages 110School Calendar August 26 First full day of school 31 — First volleyball game vs. Orion School pictures taken September 4 — High School Band marches at Kewanee Parade 6— No School —Labor Day High School Band in Galesburg Parade 10— First football game vs. Erie 24— Band parents chili supper Walt Minder night at football game October 4-8— Spirit Week 9— Football Homecoming game vs. Galva Homecoming Dance 11— No School—Columbus Day 22— No School—Parent-Teacher Conference Day 23— High School Marching Band competition in Champaign November 3— Fall Mexican Banquet 11— No School—Veterans Day 19— Basketball “tip-off” night 23— First Boys Basketball game 25- 26— No School—Thanksgiving 26,27,29—Annawan Tournament December 6— First Girls Basketball game 12— Christmas concert 22-Jan. 3— No School—Christmas Break January 7— First home boys basketball game vs. R.O.V.A.— Walt Minder night. Gym is named in honor of Walt Minder 14— End of first semester 17— No School—Teachers Institute February 11— Lane Evans presents flag at varsity basketball game 12— Girls Athletic pancake breakfast 19— FHA-FFA Dance March 3— Pre-contest solo ensemble program 5— High School solo ensemble contest 21— CPR night for sophomores 23— High School Lincoln Trail Band Festival 26— Athletic Benefit night 28- Apr. 1 —No School—Spring Vacation April 6— Spring Mexican Banquet 11 — Spanish National Honor Society Induction 16— Band parents Spring Dance 17— Open House for Walt Minder sponsored by Booster Club 21— Pre-contest Organizational Concert 22— Jr. High field trip to Chicago 23— Organizational Contest at Rockridge 24— Student Council softball Tournament 27— Jr. High LTC Band Festival 28— Donkey Basketball game May 4— Jr. High LTC Chorus Festival 6-7— Musical—Li’l Abner 11—Jr. High spring concert 14— Prom at Knox College in Galesburg 15— After-Prom at Northgate Lanes 18— Music Department Recognition banquet 22— Baccalaureate 23— Honors Night 24— Senior Class Trip to Great America 25— Graduation 3Walt Minder — A Man of Many Hats This yearbook is dedicated to Mr. Walt Minder for the 35 years he has devoted to AlWood. He started his career in 1948 teaching general science, algebra, and three classes of industrial arts at the junior high level. Walt also coached freshman football, assisted with varsity football, and coached seventh, eighth, and ninth-grade basketball and track. In 1967 Walt was given the position of athletic director. Mr. Minder was recognized for his achievements at three different occasions during the year including a football game on September 24. A banner was presented to him from the AlWood coaches and erected in the high school gym at a basketball game on January 7. Members of the AlWood Athletic Boosters Organization sponsored an Open House for Walt on Sunday, April 17. In 1962 Mr. Minder added the driver education program to his duties and since then has instructed approximately 1500 students. He set high goals and standards for driver’s ed. and in return was recognized by the state of Illinois for having an excellent program. 4 Walt Minder will be missed at AlWood by students and faculty. We will lose his superior driving instruction and his efficiency as an athletic director, but most of all we will lose his devotion that has become such an important part of AlWood.Patrons Alexander Lumber Company Alpha Restaurant Anseeuw’s Body Shop Bolduc and Sons, Inc. Dr. H. N. Picard Ella’s Flowers Farmer’s State Bank of Alpha Growmark Massie and Steele Law Firm Maxwell’s Market and Woodhull Plaza Peterson-Wallin-Knox Furniture Store and Funeral Homes Rehn and Larson Veterinary Clinic Rivoli Grain Company Rutledge’s Greenhouse Tony’s Plumbing and Heating, Inc. W. J. Nelson and Sons Tractors and Farm Equipment Woodhull Community Telephone Company Woodhull Standard Station Woodhull State Bank Friends Alpha FS, Inc. Barton’s Body Shop Buban’s Store Clansmen Cafe Francis Insurance Agency, Inc. J. E. Melhus DDS Johnson’s Meat Processing Karin McLaughlin Ciaccio, Ltd. — Attorney-at-Law Woodhull Coop Grain CompanySchool Board Copy A: School Board Members: Back Row: Sec. Darwin Swanson, Pres. Maurice DeSutter, Garry Nelson, Harvey Carlson. Front Row: John Edmund, Dale Walsten, Richard Swanson. Marilyn Zuidema, Treasurer.Administration Wayne French: Superintendent Joyce Bloomberg: Unit Treasurer Barb Elliott: Unit Secretary Ken Johnson: Principal Dinah Burton: High School Secretary Rhonda Sanders: Attendance ClerkRobert Anderson — High School Science. Lizabeth Barnea —Librarian. Freshman Advisor Willodeane Carlson — Business Consumer Education, Senior Advisor. James Blair — Mathematics. Computer Karen Clark —Social Studies. v Vicki Carlson—7th grade English. High School English. Dennis Cromer—Boys’ P.E., Health. Senior Advisor. Boys’ Basketball.Greg Day—Vocal Music. Mary Ellen Dixon —Learning Disabilities. Nancy Frerkes —Spanish, English, Sophomore Advisor. 4 William Griffin —7th Grade Reading, Jr. High Social Studies. Brian Hall —Industrial Arts, Junior Advisor, Football coach. Karen Heimann —High School English. Ronald Hoburg—Jr. High Science, High School Science. Dave Holmes —Jr. High P.E., Jr. High Math, Jr. High Boys' Basketball. 10Gary Kolb —Agriculture. Fred McLaughlin — Mathematics, Girls’ Basketball. Track. Truman Nehls — Guidance Counselor, Work-Study Supervisor. Genevieve McKee —Latin, High School English. Barbara McNeil —Home Economics. Darla Peterson—Girls’ P.E., Junior Advisor. Volleyball. Walter Minder —Driver’s Education, Athletic Director. Rich Stodd—BandThe People Behind the Scenes ■I 12 These people feed us, chauffeur us and clean up after us. just like Parents. Bus Drivers—Earl Peterson. George Strand. Patty Klundt, Ervin Youngren, Linda Shannon. Benny Anderson, Herschel Elliott Custodians—Shirley Roberson and Bill Leng Cooks—Betty Nelson. Ann Minder, Dorothy ElliottSeventh Grade Barbara Anderson Kurt Barman Jon Bedford Andrea Bergstrom Paula Clough Charles Dykeman Kristine Ehrecke Angel Emanuel Kate Diffenbaugh Jayne DeSutter Todd Greenman Mike Henry Holly Hepner Janice Engesser Angela Good Brad Good 14Mark McCurdy Scan McLaughlin Allison Me Vietty Aaron Molburg Tim Morland Merideth Willett Brigette Wirt Dewain Worthington 15Seventh Grade Class Officers Jr. High Student Council Back Row: Andrea Bergstrom. Pam Ward. Paula Clough, Todd Greenman. Brad Johnson. Front Row: Heidi Picard. Nettie Nice, Carrie Scott, Mark Barman. David Norberg. 16 Treas Todd Greeman. Vice Pres. Eva Lord, Pres. Paula Clough, Sec. Brigette WirtEighth Grade Brady Anderson Tim Bainbridge Am, Ron Dykeman Paul Edmund Susan Epperson 17Kami Keehner Dana Larson Shelina Larson Scott Litton Scott McNeil Anita Masengarb Mark Miley Kris Morland Nettie Nice David Norberg Erik Olson Laura O Tool 18David Portague Tina Randaii Kevin Remick Becky Peterson Rollie Peterson Heidi Picard Chris Sides Shawn Smith Kristie Snyder Christie Stone Kellie Sullivan Terri Taflinger 19Jr. High Football Gains Experience Back Row: S. Smith. J. Willis. J. Taylor. R. Dykeman, J. Bedford. S. Charleson, M Schwartzkopf, R Peterson. M Barman. J Otto, D. Norberg, S. Clarke. Middle Row: D Worthington. S. McNeil. M Plunkett. D. Portague, J. Samuel son, S. Litton, P Shannon, K. Remick, M Miley, K. Barman. J. Shannon, manager. Front Row: R. Brown. B. Good, T. Greenman. R McLaughlin. C. Dykeman. M Henry, T. Bainbridge, J. Spicher, D. Schnell, B. Johnson. The Junior High Football squads had a good learning experience this year under coaches Fred McLaughlin and Bill Griffin. The two teams played on October 9th and October 15th with the white team winning both times. The score was 6-0 in the first game and 14-0 in the second game.Jr. High Volleyball Learns to Spike Seventh Grade Volleyball Back Row: K. Vroman, P Ward, B Anderson, M Willett. Coach Sandy Cole. H. Hepner, A. McVietty, A. Lindquist, P. Clough, manager. Front Row: B Wirt, A. Good, K Ringberg, K. Remick, J. DeSutter, E. Lord, A. Bergstrom. Eighth Grade Volleyball Back Row: D. Larson, manager, N Nice, C. Scott, K Morland. T. Borders. Coach Sandy Cole, C. Paul. S. Larson, C. Diffenbaugh, K. Snyder, statistician, J. Billiet, statistician. Front Row: S. Brown. H Picard. L. OTool. L. OTool. J. Brown. D. Goben, K. Keehner, K Hoyle 217th Grade Basketball BACK ROW: J. Bedford. T. Greenman, S. McLaughlin, B. Good. M. Schwartzkopf FRONT ROW C. Dykeman. M McCurdy. J. Samuelson. M Henry. B. Johnson, J. Spicher. T Morland BACK ROW: L. Myers. P. Gough. M Willett. H. Hepner, B Wirt. A McVeity, A Lindquist. B Anderson FRONT ROW: A Bergstrom, K Remick, K Ringberg, A Emanual, P Ward. J Desutter, K. Vroman 228th Grade Basketball BACK ROW Mr Holmes. D Norberg. M Barman. S. Clarke. J. Taylor. R. Dykeman. J. Otto. S Smith FRONT ROW T Bainbridge. S. Litton. R Brown. S. McNeil. P Shannon. B Anderson. S Charlson BACK ROW: D. Larson. N. Nice, C. Scott. K. Morland, C. Paul. B Peterson. T. Borders MIDDLE ROW: L. O’Tool, S. Brown. H. Picard. L. O'Tool FRONT ROW: H. Peterson. S. Epperson. J. BrownJr. High Boys Track Bottom Row: M Henry. J. Bedford. M Plunkett. T. Morland. T. Greenman, M McCurdy. B Johnson. J Samuelson, A Molburg. Middle Row: Mr Holmes, K. Barman. S McLaughlin. D. Worthington, M. Schwartzkopf. D. Norberg. M Barman, S McNeil. Top Row: L Fors, S. Clarke. J Willis, J Otto, R. Peterson, P. Shannon, M Miley. 24Jr. High Girls Track 25 Bottom Row: A Good. L. Myers. C. Ehrecke. A McVietty. A. Lindquist. J DeSutter. E. Lord. D. Larson. Middle Row: K Wirt, K Remick. M Willett. P Ward, A Bergstrom. P. Clough. K Ringberg. K. Morland. Top Row: K. Keehner. D. Goben. N. Nice. C. Scott. L. O’Tool. C. Paul. K. Hoyle. H PetersonJr. High Band and Chorus 26Jr. High Speech From Row: J DeSutter. A Lindquist. K Remick. K Ringberg. K Keehner. C Diffenbaugh. K Snyder. B Peterson Row 2: L Fors. B Wirt. A Mcvietty. E Lord. C. Scott. N. Nice. A Good. P Ward. A Bergstrom Row 3: H Hepner. A Emanuel. S Clarke. D Norberg, P Shannon. S. Litton. R. Dykeman. B Johnson. J. Spicher Back Row: J. Engesser. L. Myers. K. Ehrecke. B Reckers, S Mclaughlin. T. Morland, T Greenman. J. Otto. D. Worthington. M Plunkett. C. Dykeman 27 These students presented their speeches to the AlWood senior citizens Back Row: L Fors. S. Clarke. D Norberg Front Row: K. Snyder. B Peterson. C Diffenbaugh. K. Keehner. E LordJr. High Cheerleaders 7th Grade Cheerleaders —Kim Remick Middle; Angie Good. Jayne DeSutter. Andrea Bergstrom Bottom; Pam Ward 8th Grade Cheerleaders—Top; Sandy Brown Middle; Kris Morland. Dana Larson. Nettie Nice Bottom; Teri Borders The Jr. High Cheerleading Sponsor was Mrs Kolb 28Freshman Kevin Buban John Carlson Sheri Corwin Jeff Eskridge Craig Genisio Chris Haake David Heady James Hoyle Sarah Johnson 30Ralph McLaughlin Scott McMeekan Gail McVietty iLmUtVf Jeff Maher Kim Martens Michele Moore Mark Jones Jim Kessinger Karin Munson Erika Picard Paul Osborn Michele Petrovich Tonya Portague Mike Price 1986Greg Remick Tory Sanders Tammy Schwartzkopf Julie Taflinger Sherri Taflinger Dana VanDeWalle Greg Ward Todd Wofford Class Officers: Sherri Creek, Secretary, Jim Kessinger, President, Kevin Elliott, Vice President 32Sophomores Julie Baystnger Debbie Beck Joe Bedford Susan Bethell Kevin Bland Angie Brown Mike Brown Julia Burton Shelly Calhoun Jim Caulkins Kevin Colburn Mike DeSutter Paul Dtffenbaugh Ron Dobbels Carolyn EngesserMike Keehner Pat Keehner Jeff Kessinger Jackie Lafferty Candie Lang Tad Lindquist Shelly Melton Becky Metzner Jan Meyer Shawn Montgomery Sheri Montgomery Jaeleen Mooney 34Mary Morland Tammy Morrissey Wendy Noftsger Class Officers: Scott Plunkett. John Rehn. Shelly McVietty Julie Scott Jim Shannon Laurie Shannon Steve Shumaker Judy Steines Marty Strandberg Jim Swanson Monte Swanson Jim Unger Brad VanDeWalle Stephanie Worthington 35Juniors Class Officers: Pres. David Baysingar. Vice Pres. Keith Poppy. Sec. Mary Spring, Treas. Kris O'Tool Jeff Barman David Baysingar Darren Borders Sara Brahmstedt Mark Briggs Chris Brown Julie Buckley Linda Clayton Scott Clement Shawn Dysert Mitch Ehrecke Jeana Fors Scott Frenell Tina Genisio Larry Heady Mike Helmsr l 7i f » Pat Sanquist Rhonda Schnowske Anthony Sotelo Mary Spring Janet Steines Misty Stone Janis Strand Debra Strandberg Robert Taylor Rick Vance ABSENT . . . PHOTO NOT AVAILABLE Don VanLaningham Darin Voss Stacia Waisten Sue Weidner Rob Wofford Steve WolfeJ.V. Football Takes Conference Highlights of the J.V. Football Team’s Winning Season. Due to the Pro Football strike, many fans turned out to watch and cheer the AlWood J.V. team on to victory. The team’s overall record was 7-1 and they were 6-1 in the conference. The team provided one thrill after another including its triple overtime win over Galva. Some of the J.V. played Varsity. We look forward to some good action in the seasons ahead. Back Row: P. Clarke, T. DiToro, J. Unger, D. Heady, B. VanDeWalle, J Mateika, J. Bedford. K. Bland, T. Lindquist. Manager S. Montgomerty. Middle Row: M Brown, J. Kessinger. P. Diffenbaugh, J. Caulkins, M. Price, B. Litton. S. Shumaker. M McDowell, J Shannon. Front Row: S. McMeekan, J. Carlson. K. O'Tool, J. Swanson. M. DeSutter. M Swanson. J. Rehn, G. Root, B Barton. R. DobbelsJ.V. Volleyball Bumps On 1) Back Row: I. Bergstrom, L. Strange, A. Brown, S. Johnson. J. Anderson. T. Allison. Front Row: T. Swartzkopf. K. Martens. E. Picard, L. Krueger, L. Shannon. S. Calhoun. B. Metzner. manager. 2) No team can break through our wall! 3) On your marks ... 4) Get set. Go!! 41Boys J.V. Basketball Bottom: K. Elliott, J. Caulkins, M. Price, S. Plunkett, M McDowell, G. Ward, M. DeSutter, C. Genesio, Top: K Buban, J. Maher, S McMeekan, J Mateika, T. McCurdy, M. Bainbridge, T. DiToro, J. Rehn, L. Hoburg—Stats, L. Schwartzentraub—Coach, and D. Cromer—Coach. 42Girls J.V. Basketball 43 Bottom: T Allison, M Morland, R. Norberg, S. Johnson, M Petrovich, L. Strange, T. Sanders Back: S. Taflinger. Manager, D. Beck, K Martens, D. VanDeWalle, W Noftsger, T. Schwartzkopf, J. Scott. A Genesio, R. Harris, ManagerBasketball: Top—Kerry Bateman. Co-Captain Diane Bloomberg, Jennifer Anderson: Bottom Lori Krueger -Shelly McVietty. Captain Julie Baysinger. Sponsors for the 1982-1983 squads were Pat Kness, football cheerleading and Mary Ellen Dixon, basketball cheerleading J.V. Cheerleaders 1982-1983 Football: Diane Goben. Rita Norberg, Captain Julie Baysinger, Co-Captain Shelly McVietty, Diane BloombergJ.V. AthleticsVarsity Football Works Hard BACK ROW: J. Blair. Asst. Coach, J. Caulkins, S. Erlandson. G. Wind, D Baysingar, J Baysinger. K Poppy. S. Clement, S. Ringberg, R Wofford, M. Paul, L. Schwarzentraub. Head Coach. FRONT ROW: S. Montgomery. B Nice. S Wolfe, T. Johnson. B.Litton. M Swanson. J Rehn, J Bedford, G. Dobbles, M McDowell, B. Hall, Asst. Coach. J. Baysinger —Most valuable offensive back and defensive back valuable defensive player and most valuable player. Brad Litton—Most valuable offensive and defensive lineman. Todd Johnson —Most valuable offensive and defensive lineman. Steve Erlandson — Most improved player. MostVarsity Volleyball —Champs . . . Again BACK ROW S. Walsten, R Schnowske. R. Streeter. M. Spring. C. Brown. A Paul MIDDLE ROW K. OTool. J. Strand, S. Underwood. T. Nelson. D. Scott. J. Olson FRONT ROW: S Fields. K Johnson. L. Smith, Coach D. Peterson MVP —Tammie Nelson. Best Offense—Tammie Nelson Best Defense —Sheri Fields Most Improved —Lori Smith Record —171 All LTC Conference Teams; 1st team: Sheri Fields. Tammie Nelson, Sue Underwood 2nd team: Karen Johnson, Chris Brown Varsity Basketball —Winning Is Tradition! BACK ROW Asst. Coach L. Schwarzentraub. J. Caulkins, J. Maher, G. Wind, C. Munson, D. Boland. M Bethell, M Maher. D. Borders. J. Barman. Head Coach D. Cromer. FRONT ROW: Stat. M. Peterson. M Paul. D Baysinger, P. Morland. B. Litton, M Ehrecke, Mgr M. Strandberg. Stat L. Hoburg, Not Pictured: Mgr B Johnson. Mgr K. Creek. J. Baysinger LINCOLN TRAIL CONFERENCE CO-CHAMPIONS WITH A 19-6 OVERALL RECORD HONORS Best Defense: J. Baysinger. Best Offense: D. Boland, Best Free Throw %: P. Morland. Most Improved: D. Baysingar. MVP: D. Boland, Honorary Captain: J Baysinger. LTC CONFERENCE HONORS: Don Boland: All State First Team. All Western Illinois First Team. Annawan All Tournament Team, Orion All Tournament Team. All Conference —first team Jerry Baysinger: All Conference—second team, All Western Illinois—Special Mention. Varsity Girls Basketball... on the Move FRONT ROW A. Genisio, S Dysert, S. Fields. K. O’Tool, S. Underwood, MIDDLE ROW D. Scott, L. Rehn, T Nelson, K. Johnson. D. Scott, H. Hoyle, BACK ROW: Coach F McLaughlin. Mgr. R Harris, Mgr S. Taflinger The varsity girls record was 4-3 in the LTC and 811 overall. HONORS Best Defense S. Underwood, Best Offense: T. Nelson. Most Improved: Dawn Scott, MVP: T. Nelson, Best Free Throw %: T. Nelson. LTC CONFERENCE TEAMS: First Team: T. Nelson, Second Team: S. Underwood. Tammie Nelson broke 8 school records and had a record of 470 career points. 49Boys Varsity Track Front Row: G. Wind. B Nice. Second Row: D VanLanmngham, M Paul. M. Maher. Coach Fred McLaughlin. Third Row J Unger. J Caulkins, M Keenher. P Keehner. Back Row: C. Genisio. D. Heady, J. Hoyle. D. Reed. G. Remick, J. Maher. J. Eskridge 50Girls Varsity Track Bottom Row: S. Creek. J. Baysinger. T Schwartzkopf, W Noftsger. M Otto, S. Worthington. Middle Row: J. Lafferty. A. Genisio, S. Underwood. S. Dysert. H Hoyle, C. Brown. Coach Darla Peterson. Back Row: T. Nice. D. Goben, J Anderson. D. Beck. M Morland. S. Montgomery. M Petrovich. 51Varsity Cheerleaders 1982-1983 Basketball: Pat Sanquist. Captain Angie Paul. Angie Kness. Co-Captain Debra Strandberg. Julie Buckley 52 Football: Cathy Plunkett, Co-Captain Pat Sandquist. Julie Buckley. Captain Tracy NiceSenior Letter Winners r-L: Gilbert Dobbels Football Steve Erlandson: Football Sheri Fields: Volleyball. Basketball 55Karen Johnson: Volleyball. Basketball Brad Litton: Football. Basketball Pat Morland: Basketball Tammie Nelson: Volleyball. Basketball. Track Tracy Nice: Football Cheerleader. Track Joan Olson: Volleyball Bill Nice: Football, Track Angie Paul: Volleyball. Basketball CheerleaderCathy Plunkett: Football Cheerleader Lisa Rehn: Basketball Dawn Scott: Volleyball, Basketball Doddle Scott: Basketball Lori Smith: Volleyball Rachel Streeter: Volleyball Sue Underwood: Volleyball, Basketball, Track Gale Wind: Football. Basketball. Track 57Varsity Sports Results DATE Aug. 31 Sept. Sept 8 Sept 14 Sept 15 Sept. 22 Sept 29 Oct. 2 Oct. 4 Oct. 5 Oct 12 Oct. 13, Oct. 18 fOct. 20 Oct 27 Oct 28 VOLLEYBALL AlWood vs. Orion (H) AlWood vs. Rockridge gs. Wethe.'sfie! s. R.O.V s Will s Cambridge AlWood vs Winola (H) Westmer Tournament ( AlWood vs Westmer JKlwood vs Rockridge AlWood vs. Cambridg AlWood vs.R.O V A. AlWood vs Toulon (Ti AlWood vs Moline AlWood vs. Golva (H) AlWood vs Cambridge (H) AlWood vs Alexis (T) Regional Tournameid (T) I AfWood vs. Wethersfield | AlWood vs Orion Season Re ftfe ) (H) k FOOTBALL AlWood vs Erie (H) AlWood vsjWarren ffl) AlWood vs. Wlnola (H) AlWood vs Toulon (T) AlWood vs. Galva (H) AlWood vs Alexis (T) AlWood v$i Wethersfield (H) AlWood vs. R.O V A (T) AlWood vs. Cambridge (T) Season Record I DATE Dec 1 6 Dec 1 8 Dec 13 Dec 15 Jan 8 Jan 17 Jan 24 Jan 26 Feb 2 Feb 7- Feb. 9 Feb. 14 Feb. 16 Feb. 21 Feb 23 Mar 1 Mar 7 Mar (9 GIRL'S BASKETBALL AlWood vs Neponset (H) AlWood vs. Orion (T) ,V AlWood vs Warren (H) AlWood vs Westmer (T) f Winola Tournament (T) AlWood vs. Galva AlWood vs. Alexis AlWood vs. Galva (T) AlWood vs Rockridge (T AlWood vs Alexis (Tl AlWood vs Wethers%ld (H) AlWood vs Monmoutifl (H) I AlWood vs R O V A. (T) J AlWood vs Aledo (T) AlWood vs. Cambridge 0 ) AlWood vs Winola (H) AlWood vs. R.O.V.A. (H) AlWood vs. Toulon (T| Regional Tournament fT) AlWood vs Cambridge AlWood vs Wethersfield Season Record .son R. 81; k. BOYS BASKETBALL Nov 23 Dec 3 Dec. 7 Dec 13 Jan K Jan. |7 Jan 11 Jan. 14 Jan. 18 Jan. 21 Jan.. 22 Jani 25 Jan. 28 Feb. J 1 Feb 4 Feb 8 Feb il Feb. IS Feb 18 Anna wan Tournament (T) AlWood vs. Warren AlWood vs. Annawan AlWood vs. Wethersfield AlWood vs. Onon (T) AlWood vs Westmer (T) Orion Tournament (T) AlWood vs Orion AlWood vs. Cambridge AlWood vs. Aledo AlWood vs. Wethersfield (T) AlWood vs R O.V.A.(H) AlWoocfvs. Cambridge (H) AlWood vs Winola (T) AlWood vs Toulon (T) AlWpod vs Qalva (T) AlWood vs Wilflamsfield (T) AlWood vs. Alexis (H) AlWood vs. Wethersfield (H) AlWood vs. R.O.V A. (T) AlWood vs. Cambridge (T) AlWood vs. Winola (H) AlWood vs Toulon (H) AlWood vs Galva (H) AlWood vs Alexis (T) Rockridge Regional (T) AlWood vs. Winola AlWood vs. Rockridge Season Record 196 ie (T) :f ALW OPP. j 25™ 43 3if 44 i 36 35 |§ 38 . 31 | 33 44 51 48 37 46 42 65 ' 45 32 47 55 46 4 77 34 29 42 45 25 35 55 37 54 35 46 42 47 56 I . M ALW. OPP. 71 39 51 62 69 61 60 50 88 63 39 il J BB 1 50 155 38 35 i69 52 57 43 51 54 OT) 58 60 (OT) 83 48 52 41 71 70 86 56 65 50 I 1 63 57 J 58 73 44 64 94 54 55 65 58Spanish Club Row 1 —P Sanquist. A. Paul, J. Buckley, S. Worthington, A. Sotelo, R. Dobbels, C. Haake Row 2—J. For . C. Brown, H Hoyle, S. McVietty, D Bloomberg, J. Eskridge, M. Jones. Row 3—J. Mooney, K. O'Tool, D. Goben, T. Allison, J. Anderson, D Beck, T. Schwartzkopf, 1. Bergstrom Row 4—J. Scott, B. Litton, E. Picard, T. Sanders, C. Lawson, L. Strange, S. Johnson, M Moore. Row 5 L. Hoburg. J. Burton, S. Johnson, A. Brown. K. Bubon, D. VanDeWalle, K. Munson, K. Creek. Row 6- M Paul, K. Elliot, R. Norberg, T. Roman, M. Morland, T. Briggs, W. Noftsger, D. Reed. This year’s Spanish Club held many activities, including the Annual Spanish Banquets in the fall on Nov. 3 and in the spring on April 6. They also held a Teacher’s Tea on March 17 which was given by the Spanish II students. Some members also took part in a National Spanish Exam at Galesburg High School on April 9. Several students were inducted into the National Spanish Honor Society by last year’s charter members. 60Spanish National Honor Society 1982-83 Inductees—Julie Buckley. Shelley McVietty. Rita Norberg. Mary Morland. Angie Brown, and Julia Burton. 1981-82 Charter Members—Chris Brown. Pat Sanquist, Kris OTool, Jeana Fors, Les Youngren. and Annette Haake. The six new members of the Benito Juarez Chapter were inducted on April 11, 1983. This group of students has shown and proven a deep interest in the Spanish language. The Spanish Honor Society was founded in 1953. The Benito Juarez Chapter was first established here by Mrs. Frerkes in the year 1982. 61National Honor Society Present Members — Back Row—Rachel Streeter, Angie Paul, Cathy Plunkett, Sec , Kris Lord, Tammie Nelson —Pres., Joan Olson. Dawn Scott, Lisa Rehn—V.P . Sheri Fields—Treas., Gaye Falllne. Being inducted into membership in National Honor Society is one of the highest honors a high school student can receive. Members are chosen by the teachers on the basis of their academic scholarship, leadership qualities, service and citizenship. National Honor Society has been an elite organization at this school since December 13, 1955. This year the entire student body was present at the induction ceremony, which was held on March 25, at 1:30 p.m. One by one the current members passed the light of knowledge to the newly accepted members. This candle lighting ceremony has long been a part of the induction ceremony of the new members into the National Honor Society. Congratulations to all members of the National Honor Society. 62 Inductee —Back Row—Kris O'Tool, Keith Poppy, Pat Sanqulst, Mary Spring. Janis Strand, Stacia Walsten, Sue Weidner, Darren Borders, Chris Brown. Julie Buckley, Hollie Hoyle, Jeana Fors, Michele Meyer, Theresa Briggs, Keely Dysert, Monica German, Karen Johnson. Bill Nice, Jarry Willett. Mike MaherThe Student Council organized many activities during the year. Among these were Spirit Week, the Homecoming Dance, the Christmas movie, “Every Which Way You Can”, and a softball tournament with proceeds being donated to Muscular Dystrophy. They also brought about changes in the school, among these being the snack machine and the murals on the walls of the remodeled weight room. Student Council and AIE BACK ROW K. O'Tool, T. Guild. H. Hoyle, T. Nelson. D Scott, G. Wind, D Bayslngar, S. Fields. K. Lord. C. Brown MIDDLE ROW: R. Norberg. T. Allison, J. Scott, L. Strange. E. Picard, K. Elliott, J. Rehn. FRONT ROW: J. Kessinger. M McDowell. The AIE was formed to give experience to those students interested in entering the teaching profession. Each member is assigned to a teacher to aid in doing extra classroom duties. BACK ROW: P. Sanquist. A Genisio, SECOND ROW M Petrovich, T. Masengarb, K Johnson, J. Baysinger, THIRD ROW: G. Wind. M. Strandberg, G. McKee—Advisor, N. Reckers. C. Engesser. FRONT ROW M German, T. Montgomery. K. Barman Missing from photo were S. Worthington and S. CalhounLibrary Club BACK ROW G. Peterson. C. Harris. C. Plunkett. A Paul. B Byrnes. A Mussleman. D Boland SECOND ROW H Hoyle. T Montgomery. S Brahmstedt. S Dysert, T. Genisio. M. Stone. THIRD ROW: A Sotelo. L Barnea — Advisor. J Mooney. J. Johnson. J. Baysinger. J Meyer. J Buckley. P Sanquist FOURTH ROW S Worthington. T. Masengarb. J. Unger. K. O’Tool. S. McVietty. T Wofford FRONT ROW D Bloomberg. L. Strange. S. Johnson. G. McVietty. Library Club is an organization in which students use their free time and study halls to work in the library. They help out in the library by filing books, alphabetizing title cards, organizing reference books, and keeping the library clean. The students also have fun activities during the year They attend meetings of DRY, an organizations of librarians from Rock Island. Henry and Mercer counties and meeting of the state library association in Springfield. The students also enjoy parties throughout the year. The Library Club also raises money to benefit the library. During the year, they held bake sales, a book fair, and sucker sale. The funds have been spent on various library supplies and furniture for the library. Officers for the 1982-83 year—C. Plunkett —president. J. Buckley—v. president; A Paul — secretary; D. Boland — treasurer; L. Barnea —Advisor and school librarianYearbook Staff The Yearbook Staff is responsible for producing the Yearbook each year. Their job includes many facets from planning and organizing the contents, choosing a theme, taking pictures at school events, laying out pages, and raising funds to support the Yearbook. The Staff works very hard in all of these areas in order that the memories of the school year are preserved for the future. We all owe these people a big THANK YOU for all of their work. Back Row. left to right S. Walston. J. Strand. A Paul. J. Olson. K. Lord. P Sanquist. W Willett. M. German, L. Hoburg. Third Row: J. Fors, T Briggs. D Scott. J Johnson. D. French Second Row: J. Lafferty, M Spring. C. Brown. K Barman. W Noftsger, J Baysinger. First Row: D Goben. J. Anderson. M Morland, D Beck. S McVietty, J. Burton, and M OttoFFA: back row: S. Erlandson, K Poppy. M Maher. J Baysinger, M. Bethell. S. Clement. M Briggs. A Musselman. M Bailey, J. Hougland. B Remick, G. Dobbels. Middle Row: Mr Kolb. Advisor. D. Nelson. C. Harris. M Meyer. P Diffenbaugh. J. Rehn, M Swanson. M DeSutter, M Strandberg, T Lindquist. Front Row: G. Wind. S. Frenell, K. Colburn. K. Elliott. M Peterson. J. Caulkins. R Dobbels. J. Barman. J. Swanson 1 Officers: President Bryan Johnson. Advisor, Mr Kolb. Vice President Keith Poppy. Reporter Jeff Barman. Secretary Scott Clement. Treasurer Mike Maher. Sentinel Doc DeSutter 66 FFA Future Farmers of America Congratulations to Jerry Baysinger who received the Ag Placement Award from the State FFAOfficers Back Row—Vice President Lisa Rehn; President Joan Olson. Second Row Freshman President Lori Krueger; Recreation Chairman Karen Johnson; Public Relations Mary Jo Daly; Freshman Vice President Lisa Reed; First Row—Advisor Mrs McNeil, Secretary Doddle Scott; Section Parliamentarian Pat Sanquist; Historian Theresa Briggs ► V Love ' cs A FHA Future Homemakers of America F H A. Members —Back Row—Left to Right—S. Corwin. K. Martens. D. French. J. Johnson. S. Bethell. A Brown. S. Johnson. S. Montgomery. R Harris. L. Miller. J. Baysinger, C McVietty. Fourth Row—T. Sanders. J. Steines. C. Eskridge. K Dean. L. Smith, R Norberg. M Morland, T Schwartzkopf, C. Lawson. D. VanDeWalle, W Willett. C. Lawson. K. Munson. Third Row—L. Reed. L. Krueger. T Briggs. Mrs McNeil. Advisor. J. Olson. K. Johnson, L. Rehn. P. Sandquist. Second Row—T. Nice. A Genisio. K. Barman. C. Harris, G. Peterson. First Row —B Metzner. S. Calhoun. I. Bergstrom. D Strandberg, J. Pruett. Absent from photo—D. Scott.AVC — Workstudy AVC—back row: J Kessinger. J. Herring. J. Hougland. A Mussleman. B. Byrnes. S. Baughman. S. Ringberg, D. Reed, front row: D Scott. M. German. D. Scott. L. Smith. P. Sanquist, T. Nelson. C. Eskridge Morning Workstudy —back row: Bryan Johnson — Walsten Farms. Tom Guild —F.S., Theresa Briggs —Karin McLaughlin Ciaccio (Atty). Jerry Wtllet —Peterson-Wallin-Knox, front row: Jerry Bay singer—Calmer’s Feeder Pigs. Sheri Fields—Woodhull State Bank. Brad Litton—Barmen Farms Afternoon Workstudy —Scott Ward—Curry Farms. Gaye Falline —Karin McLaughlin Ciaccio (Atty), Mark Frenell — F.S., Tom Clark — Plaza Garage 681) Woodwind Duets—P. Johnson. M Keehner. M Moore. L. Strange, C. Brown. K OTool. 2) Brass and Percussion Duets—S. Wolf. D. Baysingar. S. Plunkett. J. Kness. J Burton. R Norberg. 3) Brass Quartets—K. Colburn, S. Wolfe, D. Baysingar, D. VanDeWalle; P. Keehner. M. Spring, M. German. J. Burton. 4) Woodwind Quartets—M Daly, K. Lord, S. Walsten. R Streeter; S. Weidner, A. Paul, J. Scott, G. Fors. 5) Percussion and Brass Trios—J. Kness. M. Paul, S. Plunkett; K. Poppy. J. Barman, P. Keehner. M German. D. VanDeWalle. K. Colburn. 6) Woodwind Trio —C. Eskridge. L. Rehn, C. Plunkett; S. Johnson, T. Schwartzkopf. A. Brown; S. Weidner, S. Johnson. J. Scott. 7) Woodwind Choir—L. Strange. S. Walsten. R. Streeter, P. Johnson, C. Plunkett. J. Strand. J. Scott, K. OTool, K. Bateman. G. Fors. A. Paul, J. Anderson, C. Brown. S. Weidner. 8) Clarinet Choir—M Keehner, L. Strange, C. Plunkett, J. Baysinger, K. Munson. E. Picard, M. Moore, P. Johnson. J. Anderson, L. Rehn. K. OTool, C. Brown, D. Goben. 9) Soloists—S. Wolfe, K. Colburn, M. German. J. Burton, P. Keehner. D. Baysingar, M Keehner. C. Plunkett, J. Baysinger, R. Streeter, P. Johnson, M. Spring, S. Walsten, A. Brown. K. Bateman. M. Daly, G. Fors, K. OTool, A. Paul, D. French, S. Weidner. 10) Brass Choir—P Keehner. S. Wolfe. D. Boland, D. Baysingar, M German, D. VanDeWalle. K. Colburn, M Spring, J. Meyer. J. Burton. 11) Accompanists—A. Brown, R. Streeter, J. Strand, G. ForsBand Band Officers: K OTool, Treas.. A Paul. Sec.; K Lord. V. Pres.; R Streeter. Pres ; Director. Mr. Stodd. ' yt t At V 4i« 4 V ,hh » » • | II jt I M t I It i ) .p !T i •t iChorus 73 Chorus Officers: R Streeter. Pres.; K. Lord, Sec.; T Nelson. V Pres ; S. Fields. Treas.; Director. Mr Day.1 Female Ensemble —R Streeter, J. Olson. R Sanquist, C. Plunkett. R Schnowske, K. Lord. T Allison. A. Paul. 2. Female Ensemble—T Nelson. L. Rehn. J. Strand. C. Plunkett. A Paul. M Daly. 3. Mixed Ensemble —M Paul, K Buban. S. Clement. M Adamson, A. Brown. K. Lord. S. Fields. C. Plunkett. 4 Male Ensemble —K. Poppy. D. Boland. G. Wind. M Paul. K. Colburn. J Barman. L. Hoburg. 5. Female Ensemble—D Goben. R Sanquist. D. Scott. J Scott. J. Mooney. R Schnowske. S. Walsten. C. Eskridge 6. Female Ensemble —J Strand. S. Underwood. C. Eskridge. K OTool, W Willett. J. Johnson 7. Female Ensemble—J. Baysinger, T. Nice. S Brahmstedt. C. Lawson. W Willett, D. Scott. 8 Mixed Ensemble—G Wind. L. Hoburg. J Barman. K Poppy. J. Olson. R Sanquist. S. Fields. E. Picard. 9. Duets -D. Baysingar, M Paul. R. Streeter. J. Fors. 10. Soloists—A Paul. K. Lord. T. Montgomery. S. Clement. G. Wind. J. Barman. D. Goben. J. Olson. K. Johnson. S. Fields. K Buban. R Streeter. M. Daly. A. Brown. J. Fors. J. Strand. T Briggs. 11. Accompanists—J. Strand, J. Olson. S. Walsten. R. Streeter. A Brown. J. Fors. 12. Male Ensemble—S Wolfe. K. Poppy. L. Hoburg. J Rehn. K. Colburn. M Adamson. M Peterson. 13. Mixed Ensem ble — M Daly. S. Clement. S. Underwood. K Buban. 14 Female Ensemble—J. Fors. J. Strand. K. Johnson. T Briggs. 15. Mixed Ensemble — D. Baysingar. K. Johnson. T. Briggs. M Adamson. 16. Female Ensemble — D. Scott. D. Goben. E. Picard. A. Brown.The 25th Annual Christmas Program The 25th annual Christmas program was held on Sunday. December 12. 1982. The AlWood Madrigal Singers opened the program singing Christmas carols While the Elementary Students marched into the gym. the High School concert band played the processional, "An Old Fashioned Christmas". Highlights from the program included: “Santa Claus Is Coming to Town" sung by the grade school choruses. “Let There Be Peace On Earth” sung by all the choruses, during which the High School chorus lit candles to form a living Christmas tree, and the High School chorus singing the “Hallelujah Chorus from ‘The Messiah' ” with Mr Stodd accompanying on trumpet. Once again the annual Christmas program was a big success and enjoyed by all.The 1982-1983 Marching Band competed once again in the parade competition at the Illini Marching Band Festival on October 23, 1982. The band also participated in the field competition for the first time. The band gained a lot of experience which will help in future competitions. Drum Majors—Chris Brown and Kris Lord Majorettes — Lisa Rehn and Dana French Drum Majors, Majorettes and Flags Flags—Back Row—left to right—Deb Strandburg, Lori Smith, Cara Lawson, Rhonda Schnowske. Middle Row—Carla McVietty, Karen Johnson, Wendy Willett, June Pruett, Front Row —Doddie Scott, and Cherie Harris.Jazz Band and Chamber Choir The AlWood Jazz Band, made up of students and alumni, begins practice in November in order to learn all the music by spring. This year they performed for the band parents, the AlWood Businessmen's Association, and of course at the spring dance. The alumni, not in the picture, are Monty Bolduc, Dennis Colburn, Gene Colburn. and Larry Lord. They were a big help and lots of fun!! Members pictured are: S. Wolfe. L. Hoberg, S. Weidner, J. Scott, J. Baysinger, J. Kness, K. Colburn, J Burton, J. Strand. C. Plunkett. A. Paul. J. Fors, L. Fors. R. Streeter. The AlWood Chamber Choir started out the year as a Madrigal group. They put together a program of well loved Christmas as well as new contemporary tunes. They performed for different organizations and churches around the community As the year progressed they changed their format to a swing choir. They competed in the state solo and ensemble contest and received a division II rating. The Chamber choir practiced many hours and should be congratulated on a job well done. Chamber Choir members: S. Clement, G. Wind. S. Underwood. T. Nelson, S. Wolfe, J. Olson, L. Hoburg, K. Colburn, D Baysingar, M. Paul. K. Lord, K. Elliot, K Bubon. J Strand. J. Barman, J. Fors, K. Johnson. A. Paul. S. Fields. A. Brown. R. Streeter, M Daly, C. Plunkett. Not pictured — M Adamson. 8Spirit Week 1982 L k» Monday— Posters up, beauty and the beast pictures taken, sunglasses and crazy hats. J.V. football game. Tuesday -Crazy clashing clothes. Wednesday -Fresh-Soph slave day. Senior punk day. Thursday—Costume day. Friday—Green and white day, football player slave day. 1:30 dismissal for activities and pep assembly. Friday Night — Snake dance, skit night, and bon fire Saturday— Homecoming game against Galva. 0-8 Saturday Night—Homecoming dance. Band — Electric LeRoy. Just as school was becoming routine, we became involved in preparations for Spirit Week. Each class chose a theme. The Seniors chose The Jungle as their theme, whose jungle music set the beat for the whole school. Other themes included movies, songs asnd cartoons. Teachers were amazed by how crazy our outfits got which varied from hats and sunglasses to Tarzans and Janes. We took points for participation from each class and the results were: Seniors—1st. Juniors—2nd, Sophomores—3rd, and Freshmen —4th. And we give a BIG thanks to the Student Council for making it all possible. 81Homecoming Royalty 1982 Freshmen: Lori Krueger. Jim Kessinger Sophomores: Julie Scott, Brent Litton Juniors: Kris OTool, Todd Johnson Crown Bearers: Tammy Blair, Chad Sanders Juniors: Tracy Montgomery, Jeff Barman Seniors: Sheri Fields, Tom Guild Seniors: Tammie Nelson, Brad Litton 82Queen Sue Underwood King Steve Erlandson Homecoming of 1982 was held on the evening of October 9. The game was at 1:30 p.m., against Galva. The dance was held in the high school gymnasium, from 8-12. The band was Electric LeRoy. The crowning of the King and Queen took place at 9:00. Seniors Sue Underwood and Steve Erlandson were chosen by the student body who voted earlier in the week. CONGRATULATIONS SUE STEVE!!!!!!!!Li’l Abner This year’s Spring Musical was once again a big success. Lil Abner was performed before the public on Fri. May 6 and May 7. Cast members were chosen in late March and practices started immediately afterwards. Everyone is to be congratulated for a job well done. The many extra hours of practice were certainly worth it. 1) Scenery crew 2) Cast members 3) S. Clement, K Johnson 4) G Wind. K. Johnson, D Baysinger. S. Clement 5) M Paul. J. Baysinger, T. Allison 6) T Briggs. J Baysinger. S McVietty. E Picard. S Wolfe 7) Stage Crew 8) M Peterson. K Poppy. G. Anderson. J. Caulkins, K CreekSen. Jack S Phogbound. Dr Finsdale Earthquake. Pappy. Abner Pappy and Mammy Yokum Maids and Policeman Newly Beautified Husbands and Doctors A special thanks goes to the orchestra, all of the work crews. Mr. Day, Mrs. McKee, and Mr Stodd. Without their dedication and hard work this musical wouldn’t have been possible. 1) Orchestra 2) J. Rehn. M Paul 3) G. Wind. K. Colburn. S Clement 4) Mrs. McKee. Mr Day. Mr Stodd 5) K. Colburn. K. Lord 6) J. Johnson. J. Burton. T Roman, T. Nice. J. Eskridge 7) J. Maher. J Willett. K O'Toole. M Maher. D Goben. S. Clement. J. Strand. B Litton. A Paul. S. Erlandson. M Paul 8) M Daly. K Elliot, T Nelson, L. Hoburg, D Reed. D. Scott. A Brown. C. Haake, J. Olson. K Bubon. 85Don’t Stop Believin’ Prom was held at the Knox College Student Union in Galesburg on May 14. Prom began at 6:30 and ended at 11:00. Threshold provided the music. The Junior Planning Committee’s hard work made the evening very enjoyable, and one that the Seniors will remember.Jr.-Sr. Prom 1983After-Prom After Prom was held on Sunday May 15, 1983 from midnight to 5:00 a m . at Northgate Lanes In Galesburg. Chaperones for After-Prom were Keith and Sandy Erland son. Ruth Plunkett, and Bob and Carol Scott There was moonlight bowling from 3:00 to 4:00 am. with chances to win free bowling games or piz zas. Remember the talk ing pop machines? the outfits worn? the crazy sunglasses? negative bowling scores? new methods of bowling—backwards? between the legs? 88Honored Seniors RACHEL STREETER-Valedictorian. John Philip Sousa Award. Chorus Award LISA REHN — Rolland Lindsey Award JERRY BAYS1NGER American Legion Good Citizenship Award KRIS LORD - Valedictorian. TAMMIE NELSON Salutatorian. Honor Trophy JOAN OLSON —Valedictorian. D A R Good Citizens Award 90 BRYAN JOHNSON - DeKalb Award.Skip Baughman: “Talk is cheap Deeds are dear Why should we talk with the dragstnp so near?’ Mark Bailey: “Hasten Slowly." Jerry Baysinger: “You only live once, but If you live right, once is enough " Class Flower: Yellow Rose Class Colors: Light Green and Ivory Mark Bethell: The secret of success, is to be ready when your time comes." Theresa Briggs: Whatever is worth doing in your life, is worth doing well." Donald Boland: “If you want to improve. LOAF, so you have room to improve 91Bill Byrne: "You can study till old age and still never learn enough.” Class Motto: “The future lies in those who believe in the beauty of their dreams.” Mary Jo Daly: “My soul contains rainbows and flowers, and in my eyes there shines the conviction of my dreams. Let not my blazing trail be forgotten, for I am a shooting star. Gilbert Dobbels: People who talk the most, know the least.”Steve Frlandson: We see many things, but it's not what you see. it's how you see Gaye Falline: "Love is measured not In moments of time, but in timeless moments.” May the road rise up to meet you. May the wind be always at your back May the sun shine warm upon your face, the rains fall soft upon your fields, and until we meet again, may God hold you in the palm of his hand. Mark French: "My father taught me. if you do something, do it right the first time 93Patrick Godsil: He who makes a beast of himself is relieved of the pain of being a Bryan Johnaon: I may be crazy and a lit tie wild, but just a country boy at heart .’ Faces of old and faces of new. People we know and people we knew Growing together, then drifting apart. Always an ending and now a new start At graduation we all grow nearer And all of our friends seem so much dearer. And as we say our final goodbye. One last embrace and one more cry. A "keep in touch" and a "promise I will", A "remember when" but. better still. A place in my heart, you’ll always stay. This is what 's said as we go our own way Cherie Harris: "Bom wild and free to do as I please, not to be someone's puppet." . Bill Karnes: "Women, you can’t live with them and you can’t live without them, but I love them all." Karen Johnson: "You are never given a dream without also being given the power to make it come true.” 94Laurie Hiller: If you can't find anything else to laugh at, make a circus of your own." Cara Lawson: "Your life lived to it's fullest, can be a guiding star for others on hopeless journeys." Brad Litton: "Try everything in life once . . and the fun things twice!!" The way is long. Let us go together The way is difficult, Let us help each other The way is joyful. Let us share it. The way is ours alone. Let us go in love. The way opens before us. Let us begin Pat Morland: "Hard work doesn’t hurt anyone, but I’m not taking any chances " Craig Munson: "Don’t wake me up early, it makes the day too long." Kris Lord: "Our future lies before us like a shining path of snow, be careful how you tread, for every step will show."Austin Musselman Tammie Nelson: “A dream is like a but terfly If you pursue It too intensely, it may slip from your grasp. But follow its lead and you may find the beauty that lies within it." Bill Nice: “No more, ‘MR. NICE’ guy!" I wish you the sunshine of springtime. I wish you a song’s sweet refrain I wish you the soft winds of summer. I wish you the ripple of rain All the best things that life has to offer, I wish ‘til we meet again. Barbara Nimrick: “What lies behind us and what lies before us are tiny matters compared to what lies within us.” % Angie Paul: “Our todays and yesterdays are the blocks in which we build our tomorrows ” rlie Parks: “Graduation night is the to have a Rock n Roll Party in the ts ol Alpha " Dreams that come true for you, Skies ever blue for you, A friend that is yours alone. Sun that will shine for you. All that is fine for you. And a love of your own. Cathy Plunkett: “Count your age by friends. not years; Count your life by smiles not tears." Regina Peterson: “The most beautiful things in the world are not seen or touched. They are felt with the heart " Danny Reed: “Hunk of a mountain as a hill once you have set your mind to it." Monica Randall: “Sometimes I would almost rather have someone take away years of my life, rather than take away a special moment." 97Li»a Rehn It takes both the rain and the sunshine to make a rainbow ” Rita Sanquist: ‘Living in two towns means that you have twice as many friends and twice as much fun." Dawn Scott: “Life is a forever changing process, so forget the mistakes of the past and live for the events of the future 1 wish you the wonder of winter. And days that are golden as grain. All the best things that life has to offer, Loving and living. Hoping and giving, I wish you ’til we meet again. 08 Doddie Scott: “There are many joys that lift can bring, but friendship is the sweetest thingRachel Streeter: ‘Time shadows out my todays But it is from within these shadows that I get light to guide me on." Scott Ward: “If not victory REVENGE' ’ The Lord bless you and keep you; The Lord make his face to shine upon you, and be gracious to you; The Lord lift up his countenance upon you, and give you peace. J«rry Willett: ‘Never have so many owed so much to so few." Gale Wind: ‘Each failure may serve as a rung in the ladder of success." Wendy Willett: "Judge me and you will find fault, push me and I will fall, but love me, and 1 shall forever blossom and grow as never a flower has " 99Senior Index Mark Bailey: F.F.A. -1,2,3,4. Skip Baughman: AVC-3.4. Jerry Baysinger: Football-1,2,3,4; Basketball-1,2,3,4; F F A.-2,3.4; Officer-3; Work Study-4; Band-1,2,3,4; Ensembles-3; Homecoming Attendant-3. Mark Bethell: Football 1.2; Basketball 1,2.4; F.F.A.; Musical-2.3; Band-1,2,3; Ensembles-1. Donald Boland: Football-1; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Track-1,2.3; Spanish Club-1; AIE-3; Library Qub-3,4; Chorus-1,2.3,4, Ensembles-1,2,3,4; Mustcal-2,3.4; Band 1.2,3,4; Ensembles-3,4 Theresa Briggs: Spanish Club-; F.H A; Officer 4; Yearbook-2,3,4; Work Study-4; Chorus-1,2,3,4; Ensembles 1,2,3,4. Musical-1,2,3,4; Basketball Stat.-l. Bill Byrne: AVC-4; Library Club-3,4 Tom Clark: Spanish Club-1.2; F.F.A 1.2; Work Study-4; AVC-3. Mary Jo Daly: Spanish Club-1,2; F.H.A.-1,2,3.4; Officer-4; Yearbook 2; Chorus-1,2,3,4; Ensembles-1,2,3,4; Chamber Choir-2,3.4; Musical 1,2.3,4; Band 1,2,3,4; Ensembles-1.2,3.4. Dennis DeCrane Gilbert Dobbels. Football 1.2,3.4; Track 2,3; F.F.A. 1.2.3,4 Keely Dysert: Track-1; Cheerleading-2.3; Spanish Club-1,2.3; F.H.A.-4; Work Study-4; Flags-2; Homecoming Attendant-3. Steve Erlandson: Football-1,2,3.4; F.F.A. 1.2,3.4; Officer-2; Chorus-1; Homecoming Attendant-4; King-4, Basketball Manager 1,2. Cindy Eskridge: Vo!!eyball-l; Basketball 1; Track 1,2,3; F H.A. 1.2,3,4; AVC-4; Chorus-1.2,3,4; Ensembles-2.3,4; Musical-3,4; Band-1,2,3,4; Ensembles-2,4 Gaye Falline: Volleyball 1,2,3; Spanish Club-1.2,3; F.H.A.-2.3; Yearbook 2,3; N H.S -3,4; Work Study 4; AIE 1,2,3; Officer 3; Chorus-1,2.3; Ensembles-1,2,3; Musical-1,2.3; Basketball Manager-1.2. Sheri Fields: Basketball-; Volleyball; Track-3; Spanish Club-1,2,3; N.H.S.-3.4; Work Study-4; Student Council-1.2,3,4. Officer-4; Chorus-1.2,3.4; Ensembles-1.2,3,4; Chamber Choir-4; Chorus Officer-4; Musical-1,2,3.4. Homecoming Attendant 2.4 Mark Frenell: Spanish Club 1; Golf Club-1,2,3,4; Work Study-4; AVC-3; Chorus-1,2; Ensembles 2 Monica German: Spanish Club-1,2,3,4. Yearbook-4, AVC-4, AIE 3,4; Officer-4, Chorus-1,2,3,4. Ensembles-2,3; Musical-1,2,3,4, Band 1,2,3.4; Ensembles-1.2,3.4; Jazz Band-1; Volleyball Stat.-l,2.3,4 Patrick Godsil Tom Guild: Work Study-4; Student Council 4; Officer-4; Musical-3,4; Band 1.2,3,4; Jazz Band 1,3,4; Homecoming Attendant-4; Class Officer-4. Cherie Harris: F.H A 2,3.4; F.F.A. 1,2,3,4; Library Club 1.2,3,4; Chorus-2.3,4; Musical 4; Flags-3,4 Bryan Johnson: Football-2,3; Basketball Manager-1,2,3,4; F.F.A 1,2,3,4; Officer-2.3,4; Work Study-4; Chorus-1. Karen Johnson: Volleyball-1,2,3.4; Basketball 1.2,3,4; F.H.A 1.2,3,4; Officer-4; AIE-4; Chorus-1,2,3,4; Ensembles-1.2,3,4; Chamber Choir-4; Musical-1,2,3,4; Flags-3,4 Bill Karnes: Football-1,2; Basketball-1; Track 1.2; AVC-3; Band-1. Cara Lawson: Spanish Club-1.2; F H A 1,2,3,4. Yearbook-2; Chorus-1,2,3,4; Ensembles-2,3,4. Musical-3,4; Flags-2,3,4; Volleyball manager-1. Brad Litton: Football-1,2,3.4, Basketball-2.3,4; Spanish Club-1.2; Work Study-4; Student Councll-2.3; Chorus 1; Homecoming Attendant-2,4. Kris Lord: Track-1; Cheerleading-2; Spanish Club-1,2; Yearbook-2,3,4; Officer-3.4; N.H.S.-3.4; Chorus-1,2.3,4; Student Council-4; Ensembles-1.2,3.4; Chamber Choir-3,4; Chorus Officer-3.4; Musical-1,2,3.4; Band 1,2,3,4; Ensembles-1,2,3.4; Drum Major-4; Band Officer-3.4; Class Officer 2,3. Laurie Miller: F H.A 1.2,3,4; AVC-3. Pat Morland: Basketball-1,2.3,4. Spanish Club-1,2; Student Council 1001,2.3, Chorus 1; Class Officer-2. Craig Munton: Basketball 1,2,3.4; F.F A 1,2.3,4 Austin Musselman: F.F.A. 1,2,3,4. AVC-3,4; Library Club-1,2,3,4. Tammie Nelson: Volleyball 1,2,3.4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Track 1.2,3.4; Spanish Club 1,2; Officer 1, N H.S.-3.4. AVC 4. Library Club 1; Student Council-2,3.4; Officer-3.4; Chorus-; Ensembles 1.2,3.4. Chamber Choir-3,4; Chorus Officer-3,4; Musical Homecoming Attendant 3.4; Class Officer-1 Bill Nice: Football 1.2,3,4. Basketball 1.2; Track 1.2,3.4; Spanish Club 1; Student Council-1; Chorus-1.2,3.4. Ensembles 1.2,3; Musical 3.4; Band; Class Officer 1..3. Tracy Nice: Basketball-1,2.3; Track 1,2; Cheerleading-1,2,3.4; Spanish Club 2; F H A 1,2,3,4; Officer 3; Chorus 1.2,3,4; Ensembles 2.3,4; Musical 4, F.H A. Section Historian-3. Barbara Nimrick: Volleyball 1,2; F.H A 1,2.3.4; FBLA. Joan Olson: Volleyball 1.2,3.4. F HA1.2.3.4. Officer 3.4; Yearbook 2.3.4; N H.S.-3.4. Student Council-3; Chorus 1.2,3.4. Ensembles-2.3,4. Chamber Choir-3,4. Musical 1,2.3,4. Class Officer 2,3; F.H A Section Vice President-3. Charlie Parks: AVC 3 Angie Paul: Volleyball-1.2,3,4. Basketball-2; Track 1; Cheerleading 1.3.4. Spanish Club l,2.3.4. Yearbook 2.3,4; N H S. 3.4; Library Club-1,2,3.4. Officer 3.4. Chorus 1,2,3.4. Ensembles; Chamber Choir 2,3,4; Musical 1.2,3.4. Band 1.2.3,4. Ensembles Jazz Band-2.3,4; Officer-4. Basketball Manager 1. Regina Peterson: F H A -2,3,4; Library Club-2.3.4; Chorus 1,2,3.4 Cathy Plunkett: Volleyball 1,2; Track-1; Cheerleading-3.4; Spanish Club 1.2.3; NHS 3.4 Library Club-1,2.3.4. Officer 2.3.4; Chorus Ensembles 1.2.3,4; Chamber Choir-3,4. Musical-2,3; Band Ensembles 2.3,4; Jazz Band-3,4. Basketball Stat. 3.4 Monica Randall: Cheerleading 1,2.3; Chorus-1.2,3.4 Danny Reed: A VC-4; Track-1. Lisa Rehn: Basketball 1.2.3,4 Track 3.4. F.H A, 1.2,3.4; Officer 3.4. N.H.S-3,4; Chorus-1,2.3.4; Ensembles 2.3,4. Musical-3,4; Band 1.2 3.4, Ensembles 2.3.4. Majorette 1.2.3,4. Scott Ringberg: Football- Basketball 1. AVC-4. Band 1,2,3.4; Ensembles 1.2; Jazz Band-2.3. Rita Sanquist: Cheerleading-1.2,3, Spanish Club-; F.H A 1.4; Yearbook 2.3,4; AVC 4; Library Club-1,2,3; Chorus 1.2.3,4. Ensembles 1.2,3.4; Flags-4; Class Officer 1,4; Volleyball 1. Dawn Scott: Volleyball; Basketball 1.2,3.4. N.H S.-3.4. Golf Club-2; AVC-4; Student Council-4; Officer 4. Chorus-1.2,3.4; Ensembles-2,3.4; Band 1. Doddie Scott: Volleyball 1.2; Basketball 1.2,3.4; Track-1; Spanish Club 1.2; F.H A 1,2,3,4; Officer 4; Yearbook 3.4. AVC 4; Chorus 1,2,3,4; Ensembles-2.3,4. Flags 3.4 Lori Smith: Volleyball Basketball 1. F.H A 1,2.3.4; AVC-4; Chorus-1; Flags 2.3.4 Rachel Streeter: Volleyball-1,2,3,4. N.H.S.-3.4. Chorus-1.2,3,4; Ensembles-1.2.3,4; Chamber Choir-3,4; Chorus Officer-4; Musical Band Ensembles-1.2,3.4; Jazz Band 2.3,4; Band Officer-3.4; Class Officer-4. Sue Underwood: Volleyball- Basketball-1.2,3,4; Track- Spanish Club 1.2. A VC-3; Chorus; Ensembles 2.3,4. Chamber Choir-4; Musical-3.4; Homecoming Attendant-1.4. Queen-4. Scott Ward: Spanish Club-1; F.F A.-1.2; Work Study 4 Jerry Willett: Work Study 4; Chorus 1,2.3; Ensembles-2; Musical 1,2.3; Band 1,2,3; Ensembles 3. Wendy Willett: Spanish Qub-1.2; F.H A. l.2,3.4. Yearbook-2.3,4. Chorus 1.2,3,4; Ensembles-2,3.4; Musical-2.4, Flags-2.3.4; Volleyball Manager 1 Gale Wind: Football-1.2,3.4; Basketball-; Track 1.2,3.4. F.F A 1,2,3.4; Officer-3; AIE-4; Student Council-1.2,3.4; Chorus 1.2,3.4; Ensembles 1,2,3,4; Chamber Choir-3.4; Musical 2,3,4. Band 1,2,3; Ensembles-1.2,3; Homecoming Attendant-3. 101Class of ’83 lui %■ Let George Do It (Cherry Tree Chop) 7 th Grade Gong Show © ir - -.?■ RP X Competing in Fun Days t'i I ihs£ IIMIM Jr. High Sports Grade School Weddings r N.V.' 1 2 ySenior Class Trip to Great America IBK The Senior Class Trip to Marriott’s Great America near Chicago was Tuesday, May 24. The bus left at 5:30 a.m. and returned to Woodhull at midnight. We all had a good time and didn't mind when our bus driver, Steve Frazier, took a wrong turn and got lost. It was a nice, sunny day with a breeze which made it more enjoyable. We picked up a few various colored passengers for the ride home, thanks to Mark Frenell.Baccalaureate 1983 This year Baccalaureate was held Sunday, May 22 at 8:00 pm in the Walt Minder Gymnasium. David Miley, Pastor of the Bethany Lutheran Church in Woodhull gave the Invocation, sermon, and the Benediction. The Senior class president, Tom Guild, read the class prayer. The scripture lesson was from third chapter of Ecclesiastes, and was read by Bill Nice. The Junior Honor Guards, which are the top four from the class of 1984, were Keith Poppy, Stacia Walsten, Kris O’Tool and Mary Spring.Graduation 1983 Graduation was held on May 25 at 8:00 p.m The band, directed by Mr Stodd, played the Processional and Recessional. Later in the exercises the entire band also played “Introduction And Caprice". The Invocation and Benediction were given by Pastor James Underwood. Tom Guild, Senior Class President, welcomed the Class of 1983, parents, family. friends and fellow students Next Salutatorian. Tammie Nelson and Valedictorians. Kris Lord. Joan Olson and Rachel Streeter gave their addresses. The en tire chorus then sang “My Wish For You", followed by “All The World”, sung by Senior Chorus members The members of the class of 1983 were recognized for their academic, extracurricular achievements. The diplomas were presented to the class members by Mr Maurice DeSutter. President of the AlWood School Board. Rachel Streeter. 1983 Class Treasurer, presented the class gift of a frame for the composite class picture and donated funds to be used for the purchase of educational equipment.noDo You Remember 1982-1983 TV Shows Hill Street Blues Knot’s Landing Dynasty St. Elsewhere M’A'S’H reruns Leave It to Beaver reruns The Thornbirds Winds of War People Tom Selleck Ronald Reagan —President Michael Jackson Stephen Spielberg Eddie Murphy Moon Unit Zappa Matt Dillon Richard Gere This page is lo remind us of the events that affected our day to day lives during the 1982 83 school year These events, people, pastimes, and fads brought us closer together as we shared their happiness, fun, or sadness In some way one or many of them affected us all during the school year and possibly our futures Sports USFL Created Pro Football Strike Redskins—Super Bowl Champs Cardinals World Series Champs 76ers—NBA Champs Politics Democrats Announce Candidacy for the Presidency in 1984 Ronald Reagan Considers Candidacy Ted Kennedy declines to Run World Events Discovery of Hitler’s Secret (Fake) Diaries Bombing of American Embassy in Beirut Tension over U.S. involvement in El Salvador Romance of Prince Andrew and Koo Stark Trouble in Central America Economic Summit in Williamsburg, Virginia Songs Eye of the Tiger Fast Times at Ridgemont High Love Lifts Us Up Beat It Mickey Everybody Wants You Hard for Me to Say I'm Sorry Be Good Johnny Who Can It Be Now? Jack and Diane Tattoo Fads Valley Talk Video Games Mini Skirts Ball Caps Leg Warmers Designer Jeans Polo Shirts Deaths Arthur Godfrey Karen Carpenter Princess Grace Kelly Henry Fonda Leonid Brezhnev M-A-S-H 4077th National Events Challenger Shuttle Launched First Test Tube Twins Toxic Waste Dangers OPEC oil prices drop “Tylenol Murders” Drug Tampering Earthquake in Colinga, California Caterpillar Record Long Strike Aerobics Craze Terrible Weather Throughout the Country Barney Clark receives first Artificial Heart Transplant later dies. PIK program introduced Movies Ghandi: Best Picture and Best Actor E.T. Tootsie 48 Hours Rocky III An Officer and a Gentleman First Blood Friday the 13th in 3-D Fast Times Best Friends The Verdict Star Wars: The Return of the Jedi School Events Mr Johnson becomes new principal Varsity Volleyball Conference Champs JV Football Conference Champs Christmas Movie: Any Which Way You Can Spring Musical: Li’l Abner Mrs. Peterson’s Baby Boy New Pop and Food Machines Remodeled weight room Tom Guild and Murphy Band on XLP Mrs. Clark’s Baby?

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