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1985Table of Contents
Year in Review.............................................................................. 4
School Board, Administration, Faculty, Cooks,
Custodians, Bus Drivers.................................................................5-12
Seventh grade. Student Council, Eighth grade.
Football, Volleyball. Basketball, Track, Cheerleaders,
Band, Chorus, Speech, Solos and Ensembles........................................................13 28
Freshmen, Sophomores, Juniors................................................. 29 38
Football, Volleyball, Basketball, Track, Cheerleaders,
Senior Letter Winners, Sport Results.......................................................... 39 56
Spanish Club, Spanish National Honor Society,
National Honor Society, Student Council, F.F.A.,
FH.A., Library Club, Yearbook, AVC, Work Study, Chamber Choir,
Jazz Band, Flags, Marching Band, Solo and Ensemble Contest,
Band, Chorus, Senior Band Members, Letter Winners............................................57 74
Homecoming, Spirit Week, Royalty, Christmas Program,
Spring Dance, Musical, Prom, After-Prom......................................................75 86
Honored Seniors, Senior Pictures, Senior Index,
Childhood Pictures, Class Picture, Senior Trip,
Baccalaureate, Graduation..........................................................................87 109
School Index Patrons ....
110-111 ...112School Calendar
25 FHA trip to House On The Rock 27 —First Day of School 31 Football Kick-off Night
3—No school. Labor Day
5—High School Band in Monmouth Parade 18—High School Open House 20 FFA Leadership Training School at Orion
1-5—Spirit Week 5—Homecoming Parade 6 — Homecoming game vs. Wethersfield Homecoming Dance
8— Columbus Day, No School
10- Section 3 FFA Land Use Contest at Kewanee 15 — J.V. Varsity Volleyball vs. Cambridge, Parents’ Night 16—School Pictures
26—End of 9 Weeks
27 — High School Band Competes at University of Illinois
30—Section 2C FHA Rally at Kewanee
2—Senior Hog Roast
5—No School, Parent Teacher Conference
8-10—National FFA Convention in Kansas City, Mo.
12— Daddy Date Night
13— Spanish Club Banquet 16—Tip Off Night for Basketball 22-23—No School, Thanksgiving
28—Football and Volleyball Awards Dinner
5 — FFA Parliamentary Procedure Contest at Annawan
9— Christmas Program
24-January 1 — No School, Christmas Vacation
18—End of First Semester
7—Chorus to Perform at Knox College
11 — No School, Teachers Institute
12— No School, Lincoln’s Birthday 15 — Spelling Bee at Alpha
J.V. Varsity Boys Basketball vs. Galva, Parents’ Night 16 — FFA FHA Dance Junior High Ski Trip
2—Sr. High Solo Ensemble Contest at Winola
5— Henry County Spelling Bee at Cambridge
6— Spanish Banquet
9— Jr. High Solo Ensemble Contest at Galva
15— Macomb Indoor Track Meet
16— State Math Tourney, Macomb
22—No School, Teachers Institute. End of 9 Weeks
25— Section FHA Rally at Orion
26— Basketball Awards Dinner
27— LTC High School Band Festival, here
30 — Athletic Benefit Night, Faculty to Play KIIK “A Team”
2—CPR Night for Sophomores
4—National Honor Society Induction
10— Spanish Honor Society Induction
13— Organizational Contest at Sherrard 25-27—State FHA Conference
27— Spring Dance
28— Student Council Softball Tourney May
1 —Jr. High LTC Choral Festival at AlWood
7— FHA Style Show
11— Prom at Blackhawk College. Moline
12— After Prom
15—Music Department Recognition Banquet
17— Jr. High Trip to Chicago 19—Baccalaureate
22—Honors Award Day 27—No School, Memorial Day
Songs Like A Virgin Sheila
Born In The U.S.A. Sentimental Street Rock And Roll Girls Hard Habit To Break 1 Can’t Drive 55 Centerfield Call To The Heart Raspberry Beret We Are The World Dancing In The Dark The Confessor
Red Dawn Rambo
Beverly Hills Cop
A View To A Kill
Nightmare On Elm Street
Bruce Springsteen — “The Boss-Prince Madonna Sammy Hagar Pierce Bronson—
New James Bond Mel Gibson Mary Lou Retton Julian Lennon John Fogerty Sally Ride —
First Lady Astronaut
The year in Review—Do you remember the fads, people, and events that shaped our lives in the 84 85 school year? This page is dedicated to remind us of what happened.
Florescent Apparel Sunglasses Rent-A-Movie Twist Beads Big Earrings Hawaiian Shirts Half Shirts Wrestling
School News Mr. Yarde—New Principal Musical — Hello Dolly Mr. Schwartzentraub has a son
Deaths Baby Fae Brian Null
Konstantin Chernenko Indira Gandhi Yuri Andropov Richard Burton
Miami Vice V—The Series Cosby Show Wrestlemania St. Elsewhere Days Of Our Lives
Sports 49er’s—SuperBowl Champs Detroit Tigers — World Series Champs
Cubs Win N.L. East Pennant Spend-A Buck — Kentucky Derby Winner
Mens Gymnastics Win Team Olympic Gold Medal Ladies Gymnastics Win Team Olympic Silver Medal Varsity Boys Track Wins LTC
Mary Lou Retton Wins Individual Gymnastics Gold Medal
National News Reagan Re-Elected Geraldine Ferraro—1st Woman Vice-President Candidate
Abortion Clinic Bombings B-l Bomber Test Crash Cocaine Wars
Bernhard Goetz—Subway Shooting
Salmonella Outbreak Reagan Visits German Graves At Bitburg, Germany 3 Artificial Hearts Implanted— 2 Survive Frustaci Septuplets Born
World News Star Wars Defense—Debate Wages over The Skies Wham! Goes To China Bopaul Disaster Baby Fae Receives Baboon Heart
Mikhail Gorbachov—New Soviet Leader
Apartheid Riots In South Africa
Front row left to right: Maurice DeSutter. John Edmund. Secretary Duane Curry. Richard Swanson Back row left to right: Harvey Carlson Garry Nelson. President Darwin Swanson.
Picture 1: Harvey Carlson. Garry Nelson, Darwin Swanson and Barb Elliott listen intensely as reporters Sherrie Taylor and Mary Otto take notes. Picture 2: Mr. French and Maurice DeSutter look over some important issues. Picture 3: John Edmund and Mr. Yarde contemplate during a board discussion.
Robert "Tad” Yard : Principal
Murid Francis: School Nurse
Wayne French: Superintendent
“Never is work without reward or reward without work.” Livy
Robert Anderson H.S. Science, National Honor Society Sponsor, Football Coach, Sophomore Class Advisor
James Blair: Geometry, Consumer Math, Computer Lit., H.S. Student Council Sponsor. Football Coach.
Vicki Carlson: 7th grade English, H.S. English. Senior Class Advisor.
Willodeane Carlson: Business Consumer
Ed.. Sophomore Class Advisor.
Karen Clark: H.S. History, Economics, Sociology, Yearbook Advisor.
Dennis Cromer: Boys P.E., Health. Athletic Director, Basketball Coach.
John Dergo: Drivers Ed., Boys P.E., H.S. Student Council Advisor, Girls Basketball Coach.
8Nancy Frerkes: Jr. High English, H.S. Spanish. Spanish Gub Sponsor, 8th Grade Gass Sponsor
Dave Holmes Jr High P.E., Jr High Math, 7th Grade Gass Sponsor. 8th Grade Boys Basketball Coach, Jr. High Track Coach.
Gary Kolb Agriculture, FFA Sponsor. Lunch Room Patrol.
Brian Hall. Industrial Arts, Freshman Gass Ron Hoburg Jr. High Science, World Sponsor, Football Coach. Geography, Psychology, Earth Science, Jr.
High Student Council Sponsor, Track Coach
“Don’t Let Yesterday Use Up Too Much Of Today.” Will Rogers
Genevieve McKee: Latin, H.S. English, Jr. Class Sponsor.
Kay Kiddoo: Jr. High Social Studies. 7th grade Reading, Gris Basketball Coach. 7th Grade Class Sponsor
Fred McLaughlin: H.S. Math, National Honor Society Sponsor, Track Coach, Jr. High Football and 7th Grade Boys Basket ball Coach.
9Barbara McNeil: Home Economics, FHA Advisor. Cheerleading. Sponsor.
Cindy Palmer: Librarian, Library Club Sponsor.
Mary Peterson: Learning Disabilities, Senior Class Sponsor, Volleyball Coach.
Truman Nehls: Guidance Counselor, Work Study Supervisor.
“It Is Not Fair To Ask Of Others What You Are Not Willing To Do Yourself.”
Dan Slater: Chapter I Program.
Becky Nichols: Vocal Music.
Darla Peterson: Gris P.E., Freshman Class Sponsor. Volleyball Coach. Cheerleading Sponsor.
Rich Stodd: Band.
10People Behind the Scenes
Picture 1, left to right: Bus Drivers: Rosella Youngren, Linda Shannon, Herchel Elliott, and Benny Anderson. Picture 2. left to right: Bus Drivers: George Strand. Max Nordeen and Patty Klundt. Picture 3, left to right: Cooks: Betty Nelson. Ann Minder. and Dorothy Elliott. Picture 4: Custodian: Shirley Roberson. Picture 5: Custodian: Bill Leng
Pic. 1: Mrs Clark on the run after giving one of her U.S. History tests. Pic. 2: Chorus director, Becky Nichols, leading the choir at Knox College. Pic. 3: Teachers, John Dergo and Ron Hoburg, announce a football game from the Crow’s Nest. Pic. 4 Mr Schwarzentraub addresses the Homecoming pep assembly. Pic. 5: Vicki Carlson and daughter, Jane, spend time together after school. Pic. 6: Willodeane Carlson instructs the typing class.
Amy Bainbridge Tana Beck Larry Blackwood Dan Brown TyCharlson John Clacco
Jamie Coyle Karla Creek Thad Curry Tresa Emanuel Deena Epperson Angie Fields
Brian Friti Cheryl Good Jay Hepner Kathy Johnson Shannon Kelley Jennifer Kness
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Teri McLaughlin Michele Martens
Krista Moormann Paul Morland
Tressa Roesner Mike Schilllnger
Jeff Schultz Denise Spicher Steve Steines
Picture 1. Opposite page The Seventh Grade Cheerleaders do a floor cheer during a Boys Basketball Game. Picture 2. Ryan Peterson and Jamie Coyle at their lockers This Page —Picture 3. Action during a Seventh Grade Boys Basketball game.
15Jr. High in Action
Picture 1: Tim Strange and Greg Bloomberg show off their muscles. Picture 2: Kent Vail is undecided on which girl to choose Picture 3: Shame Sanders. Tim Strange, and Cyndi Swanson put on a skit in an eighth grade English class Picture 4 Tiffany Swanson poses in the Jr High hallway Picture 5: The Jr High Student Council members are Front Row Kathy Johnson. Angie Fields, Andrea Peterson, Matt Leng, Amy Bainbridge. Krista Moormann. Back Row: Beth Walsten. Liesl Picard, Shanie Sanders, Tim Strange. Steve Sundberg. and Gail Barton The Jr. High Student Council planned a variety of activities including a ski trip to Snowstar in Andalusia and an end of the year dance held on May 4Jr. High Visits Chicago
On Friday; May 17th, the seventh and eighth graders took their field trip to Chicago. Three Dan-A-Way buses left Woodhull at 5:45 a.m. full of excited Jr. High Students. After a breakfast at McDonalds in Princeton, the first stop was the Museum of Science and Industry in Chicago. After spending the morning there, the students then traveled on to the Museum of Natural History and the Shedd Aquarium. Next, they spent two hours at the Lincoln Park Zoo. The last stop in Chicago was the Sears Tower to get a last look at the big city. Then it was on to supper at McDonalds and home again.
Picture 1: Jeff Paul is excited about visiting the Museum of Science and Industry. Picture 2: A group picture at the Lincoln Park Zoo. Picture 3: Tressa Roesner and Tana Beck with two new friends. Picture 4: A lakeside view of Chicago. Picture 5: Bob Millgr, Jarod Lambin, Wally Vroman, and Dan Griffith relax while they can.Eighth Grade
Kelli Anderson Jennifer Bainbridge Jeanene Barman Gail Barton Erik Bergstrom Lori Blackwood
Stacey Buban Charlotte Campbell Tom Champion
Greg Bloomberg Brenda Brown
Brad Loveridge Lisa McLaughlin Melissa Martens
Heather Powell Shanie Sanders
Stephen Shaffer Loretta Shannon
Cyndi Swanson Tiffany Swanson
Shanie Sanders and Brenda Brown watch an exciting basketball game.
19Jr. High Plays Tough
Front Row: J. Hepner, G. Bloomberg, W. Vroman, B. Fritz, J. Schultz, M Moore, Second Row: S. Schaeffer, E. Bergstrom. S. Sunberg, J. Coyle, Third Row: D. Griffith, T. Champion, M. Leng, R. Peterson. R. O'Tool, T. Charlson, Back Row: T. Strange, J. Torres, T, Curry, K. Vail, J. Paul, M Patterson.
1. Grabbing for a victory. 2. Jeff Paul faces his opponent, Brian Edumund. during their scrimmage. 3. The coaches discuss game plans with the green team.
The Jr. High boys that went out for football were divided into two teams. The white team consisted of eleven players. The manager was Michael Moore and the coaches were Mr. McLaughlin and Mr. Anderson.
Both teams practiced together for six weeks and showed what they learned in two scrimmage games. These games were held on October 6th and October 11th. The white team won both games but it was a tough scrimmage for both.
20Jr. High Volleys to Victory
7th grade front row: T Emanuel. M Martens, K. Creek, D. Spicher, A. Bainbridge. back row: A. Peterson, A. Fields. J. Rehn, S. Remick, C. Good, T. McLaughlin.
8th grade front row: K. Anderson, S. Buban, G. Barton. J. Barman. L. Picard. C. Haake, T. Kempin. J. Bainbridge. back row: T. Norberg. M Martens. L. Shannon. L. McLaughlin. B Walsten. S. Sanders, J. French, T. Swanson.Jr. High Girls Basketball
7th Grade: Front row: G. Lambin. C. Creek, Middle row: T. Emanuel, T. Beck. T Roesner, K. Johnson. D. Spicher, A. Fields. Back row: M Peterson, J. Rehn, S. Remick, A. Peterson, M Martins. A. Bambridge, K. Moormann
8th Grade: Front row: T. Kempin, T. Norburg, J. French. L. Shannon. L. Picard. S. Buban. J. Bainbridge. Back row: T May. M Martins. B. Brown. L. McLaughlen, B. Walsten, S. Sanders. C. Campbell, J. Barman
22Jr. High Boys Basketball
7th Grade: Front row: M Schillinger. J. Lawson. R. Peterson. P Morland, B. Fritz, B. Miller. Back row: F. McLaughlin. J. Molburg, W Vroman, J. Hepner, M Leng, T. Curry. T. Charlson, J. Schultz
8th Grade: Front row: M Moore. R. OTool, J. Torres. J. Moyers. G. Bloomberg. J. Lambin, Back row: D. Holmes. B. Edumund. J. Wofford. K. Vail. T. Strange. E Bergstrom. T. Champion. J. Paul. S. Sumberg. C. JohnsonJr. High Boys Track
Front Row: M Moore, D. Sides. D Culligan. M. Schillinger, M Leng, B Miller. 2nd Row D Griffith, K Vail. R O'Tool, J. Paul. J. Schultz. J Hepner. R Peterson 3rd Row: T. Champion. S Shaffer. C. Johnson. C Willis. J. Ciacco. B Fritz. P Morland. J Lawson Back Row: S. Sundberg. J Wofford. B Edmund. E. Bergstrom. W Vroman, T. Charlson. Coach —Mr. Holmes
This year’s junior high boys track team had a good season. Both the 7th and 8th graders placed 2nd in the Lincoln Trail Conference. Several new records were also set this year. Craig Willis set a new 8th grade record in the mile and John Ciaccio set a new 7th grade record in the same event. A school triple jump record was set by Erik Bergstrom.
Middle right: Steve Sundberg throws the discus during a home track meet. Far right: Matt Leng and Chad Johnson wait for their events.
24Jr. High Girls Track
Front Row: S Peterson, K, Creek. G, Lambin, T. Beck, K, Moormann. 2nd Row: L. Shannon, S. Remtck, D. Spicher, A. Bainbridge, A, Fields, T Kempln Back Row: J Bainbridge, L. Picard, J Barman, S, Sanders, B Brown, J. French.
The 7th grade girls team placed 5th in the Conference this year. The 8th graders finished 6th in the LTC. The girls teams also set some new records. DeeDee Spicher set a new school record for the discus and Jennifer Bainbridge set a school record in the mile.
Far Left: Liesl Picard attempts the long jump at a home meet. Middle Left: DeeDee Spicher tries for a record discus throw.
25Jr. High Cheerleaders
7th Grade: Front Row: Angie Fields. Kathy Johnson. Back row: Jennifer Kness. Gina Lambin, Krista Moormann
8th Grade: Front row: Jill French. Middle row: Tara Kampin. Liesel Picard. Cyndi Swanson. Top: Gail Barton
26Jr. High Band and Chorus
Jr High Band Members include: A Bainbridge. J. Ciaccio. K Creek. A Fields. B Fritz. J. Hepner. K Johnson. S. Kelley. G Lambin. M Martens. K Moormann. P Morland, A Peterson. S. Peterson. J. Rehn. D Spicher. D Willett. K. Anderson. J Bainbridge. J Barman. C Campbell. J. French. C. Haake. C Johnson, T. Kempin, L. McLaughlin. M Martens. M Moore. T. Norburg. R Peterson. L. Picard. S. Sanders. S. Shaffer. L. Shannon. S. Sundberg. C Swanson. T. Swanson. B Walsten.
Jr High Chorus members include: A. Bainbridge. J. Ciaccio, K. Creek. T. Curry. T. Emanuel. A. Fields. C. Good. K. Johnson. S. Kelley. J. Kness. G. Lambin. J Lawson. M. Leng. M Martens. K. Moormann. P Morland. A. Peterson. S. Peterson, J. Rehn. T Roesner. M. Schillinger. J. Schultz. D. Spicher. W Vroman. K. Anderson. J Bainbridge. J. Barman. G. Barton. E. Bergstrom. S. Buban. J. French. C. Haake. C. Johnson. T. Kempin. L. McLaughlin. M Martens. T. May. T. Norburg. R OTool, J. Paul, L. Picard. S. Sanders. S. Shaffer. L. Shannon. S. Snyder. S. Sundberg. C. Swanson. T. Swanson. K. Vail. B Walsten.
27Jr. High Competitors
Students participating in the speech contest were Front row: S. Kelley, J. Lawson. G. Lambin, J. Kness, K. Creek, S. Steines, L. Blackwood, J. Ciacco. M Moore. Second row: D. Spicher, D. Epperson, J. Rehn, K Johnson, T. Beck, K. Portugue, A. Peterson, S. Remick. T. May. K Moormann, M. Martens, A. Fields, T. Emanuel, L. Blackwood, C. Haake, J. Bainbridge. Third row: J. Coyle, J. Schultz, R Peterson. J Hepner, T. Charlson, M Martens. L. Picard, T. Norburg, L. Shannon, G. Barton, R. O’Tool, T. Kempin. Back row: P. Morland, W. Vroman, J. Molburg, J. Paul, M Leng, K. Vail, J. Wofford, C. Johnson, S. Shaffer, T. Champion. B. Brown.
The solo and ensemble contestants were First row: K. Creek. K. Johnson. J. Bainbridge. T. Beck. D. Spicher. A Fields. T. Emanuel. J. Rehn. L. Picard. G. Barman. K. Anderson. C. Haake, G. Barton. J. Kness, G. Lambin. Second row: J. Ciacco, P. Morland. S. Kelley, K. Moormann. L. Shannon. J. French, B Walsten, A. Peterson. M Martens. T. Swanson. C. Swanson. A. Bainbridge. J. Schultz. J. Lawson. Third row: J. Hepner. R. OTool. J. Paul. K. Vail. E. Bergstrom. M. Leng, C. Johnson. S. Shaffer, S. Sundberg. W Vroman.
28Freshmen Broaden Horizons
The class of '88 began its four year trek through high school this year. As freshmen, students broaden their horizons to include new courses and new activities.
Homecoming was one of the big highlights of the year. Jayne DeSutter and Mike Plunkett were elected freshmen attendants.
This year was a year of academic challenge for Eva Lord, Merideth Willett, Andrea Bergstrom, John Spicher, and Todd Greenmen. They were selected by the High School Math Teachers to participate in a State Math Contest. Many freshmen also became active in the Chorus and Band programs.
In all, the Freshmen year is a time of change and new experiences. This year forms the foundation for a student's high school years.
Andrea Bergstrom Paula Clough Jayne DeSutter
Brad Good ToddGreenman
L to R Todd Greenman—Vice President; Eva Lord—Secretary; Jon Bedford—President
Eva Lord Mark McCurdy Scan McLaughlin Allison McVletty
Homecoming attendant. Jayne DeSutter.
Angela Lindquist. Jayne DeSutter, Allison McVletty, and Eva Lord pose in Angel Emanuel munches on a doughnut before PE.
the hall after school
31Dewain Peterson Aaron Petrovich
Kim Remick Becky Reckers
Freshmen freak out at locker during break.
Kellie SullivanTitle: Sophomores Steer Through an Exciting Year
Sophomore year is always full of new and interesting activities. This year’s class found their sophomore year was no exception.
The sophomores decided on their Homecoming Theme. They created a float and drew many posters to go along with this theme and had a fun time in the process. They also showed their skills by winning the egg toss competition during Spirit Week activities. This year, Sandy Brown and Scott McNeil represented their class as attendants for the Homecoming Dance.
When someone says “sophomore year” it also means Driver Education. As usual, this year’s class was eager to learn. The class of “87” was the first to drive the new Driver Education car, a Citation.
Sophomore Clou Officers: President. Kami Keehner. Vice President, Mark Miley; Secretary, Nettl Nice
Scott Clarke Carrie Diffenbaugh Ron Dykeman
Susan Epperson Luther Fors Deana Goben
The camera catches Anita Masengarb In Study Hall
33Scott McNeil Anita Masengarb Mark Miley
Becky Peterson. Kristi Snyder. Terri Taflinger. Carrie Diffenbaugh and Chris Sides talk before school in the cafeteria.
Sophomores Scott McNeil, David Norberg, and John Otto clown during a break at the Christmas Dance.
Rick Brown goes for a loose ball during a Fresh-Soph game
Heidi Picard David Portugue Tina Randall
John Otto receives a Second Place Award at the Regional Math Contest in Macomb.
35Juniors Look to the Future
Julie Ackerson Kerry Bateman Inger Bergstrom Diane Bloomberg
The Class of '86 can look back on their junior year with good memories. Juniors were involved on Varsity Sports teams and participated in many other activities in and outside of school Craig Yarde, Lisa Strange, Kevin Elliott, and Diane Bloomberg represented their class as Homecoming attendants.
Junior year is a time to plan for the future As a class, they planned the Junior-Senior prom which was held at Blackhawk College in May. Personally, juniors began to weigh choices for the future considering colleges, training programs and employment possibilities. Many also took various college entrance exams. As the year drew to a close, the Juniors looked forward to their Senior year.
Following the lead of the movie "Revenge of the Nerds”, Carolyn Lawson. Dana VanDeWalie, and Sherri Creek decked themselves out in nerd attire for Dress Up Day.
Chris Haake David Heady James Hoyle
Jeff Maher peers into his locker.
Class officers: President, Jim Kessinger; Vice President, Kevin Elliott; Secretary, Diane Bloomberg; Treasurer, Ralph McLaughlin.
The Junior Class Homecoming Float.
Michele Moore Karin Munson Michele Petrovich Erika Picard Darrin Reed hams it up in the lobby.
37Tammy Schwartzkopf and Kerry Bateman playing
Tammv SchwartzkoDf David Scott Stanlev Sotelo
Scott McMeekan takes a break from school to pose for a picture.ATHLETICSJ.V. Football Gains Experience
L-R Bottom: J Bedford. M Henry. T Voss. T. Bainbridge. S. Charlson. L Fors, R Brown. M Taylor. P Shannon. T. Greenman. D Peterson. B Johnson. M Plunkett. L-R Top: Coach Schwartzentraub. J Spicher, S McNeil. S Smith. K Remick. R Dykman, S. Clarke. R Peterson, M. Miley, J. Otto. D. Norberg, K Barman. A Petrovich. J. Samuelson. Coach Blair. Coach Hall.
2. AlWood’s defense lines up against Erie’s offense.
3. John Otto is helped off the field by Coaches Blair and Hall.
Conference Record 5-2 Season Record 6-3
Sportsmanship Award: David Norberg
40J.V. Serves Up Victories
Top row L O'Tool. P Ward. K Morland, C Scott. H Picard. K Ringberg. J. Brown. K Vroman, S Brown. A Bergstrom. T. Borders Bottom row Coach Peterson. L O'Tool. C Paul
Sportmanship Kim Vroman Frosh Soph Record 10-6.
Picture 1 Kris Morland goes for the spike Picture 2: Kim Vroman Award Winner. Pic ture 3: Jennifer Brown waits for the serve Picture 4 Heidi Picard sets the ball
41A Season of Learning
Back row M Barman. S. Clarke, A Molburg, J. Taylor. J. Otto. D. Norberg. Coach Schwartzentraub Middle row: B Good. R Brown. S McNeil. P. Shannon. M. Henry. Front row: B Johnson. T. Morland, C. Dykeman. T. Greenman
Best FroshSoph Free Throw Percentage: Rick Brown
Sportsmanship: Scott McNeil Frosh Soph Record: 12-12
Picture 1: Joe Taylor blocks out for the rebound Picture 2: Pat Shannon drives in for the shot.
42Fresh-Soph Runs Through the Season
S Larson. Manager, L. O’Tool, K Remick. K. Hoyle. H Peterson, N. Nice. P Ward, Coach Kiddoo. Not pictured K Rmgberg. L O Tool
Frosh Soph Free Throw Percentage Kim Ringberg
Sportsmanship Heidi Peterson Frosh Soph Record: 2-18
1 6 Conference
Picture 1 Nettie Nice goes for the rebound Picture 2 Coach Kiddoo gives instruction during a time out Picture 3: Pam Ward goes for the shot
43Cheerleaders Inspire Spirit
The 1984-85 JV and Varsity Football Cheerleaders did several things. This year they made posters, led pep assemblies, led the band in several parades and cheered our football team to victory. The girls were spirited and their enthusiasm was great.
J V. Cheerleaders Angela Lindquist, Nettie Nice, Jayne DeSutter. 44 Dana Larson
Angie Lindquist and Nettie Nice throw footballs into the crowdCheerleaders of the “New Wave”
Top to bottom left to right: Heidi Picard. Dana Larson. Diane Bloomberg. Shelly McVietty. Eva Lord. Kerry Bateman. Terri Borders
Top to bottom left to right Diane Bloomberg. Rita Norberg. Shelley McVietty. Kerry Bateman
AlWood’s cheerleaders led their teams throughout a victorious season with spirit and enthusiasm
“The Wave” was a “New” variation to crowd involvement which involved both the young and the alumni fans. It consisted of the end section of fans throwing their arms and bodies up in a wave-like motion and then sitting down immediately before the person next to them continued the same motion. The “Wave” was finished when the consecutive motion went from one section to another and back.
45Varsity: Improvement Throughout Season
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Back row: K. Creek — Mgr., L. Schwartzentraub— Head Coach, T. Dltoro, T Wofford, M. Bainbridge. G. Remick, K Bland. C. Yarde, J. Mattikd. S McMeekan, L. Hoburg, T. Lindquist, J. Unger, J. Hoyle, J. Blair —Ass’t. Coach. B Hall. Ass’t. Coach. Front row. L. Robinson, K. Bul an. J. Kessinger, J. Rehn, J. Swanson, M. Swanson, B Barton, J. Caulkins, M. DeSutter, J. Bedford. M Brown, D Heady. P Diffenbaugh. Seated K Elliott, M McDowell, B. Litton, J. Shannon.
Awards Winners Brad Barton — Sportsmanship Award Monte Swanson —Best Offensive and Best Defensive Lineman Mike DeSutter — Best Defensive Back Jim Unger —Most Improved Player Caulkins — Best Offensive Back and Most Valuable Player
Pic 1 Mike Brown rushes against Alexis. Pic. 2 Monte Swanson charges out after announcement of the starting offensive line up.
Pic 3 AlWood’s offensive team lines up against Wetherfield's defense
46Varsity Takes Conference Title
Clockwise from left —D. Peterson —coach, I Bergstrom. S. Johnson. L Strange. J Anderson. T Allison. A Brown. J. Bayslnger, K. Martins. L Kruger, L Shannon. E Picard. T. Schwartzkopf. J. Scott
Awards winners Angie Brown — Most Improved Jennifer Anderson— Best Defensive Player and Most Valuable Player Laurie Shannon — Best Offensive Player
Conference record: 7-0; overall: 11-5
Pic 1 —Varsity girls during pre-game warmup Pic 2—Angie Brown serves against GalvaAces Are Flyin’ High
Back row Coach Cromer. T. DiToro. J Rehn, J Caulkins. C. Genesio. J. Maher. $ McMeekan. T. McCurdy. K Elliott, M. Bainbridge. Coach Schwarrentraub Middle row; L. Hoburg; video, G Ward. M. McDowell. M Adamson. K. Buban, R Peterson; Manager. Front row J. Baysinger. Stats. Managers J Spicher, K. Creek. M McCurdy, J Johnson, Stats
MVP and Best Varsity Free Throw
Percentage Jeff Maher
Best Offense Craig Genisio
Best Defense and Honorary Captain Jim
Most Improved; Greg Ward and Scott McMeekan
Sportsmanship: Mat Bainbridge All Conference: 1st Team: Craig Genisio. and Jeff Maher 2nd Team: Jim Caulkins Varsity Boys Record: 21-5
Picture 1 Todd McCurdy drives for the shot Picture 2 Jeff Maher. Craig Genesio. and Scott McMeekan go up for the reboundLady Aces on the Move
Left to Right: 1 Bergstrom. C. Scott, K Martins. J. Scott, T Schwartzkopf, L Krueger. K Bloom. A Genesio. Coach Dergo
MVP and Best Defense: Lisa Strange
Best Offense: Kelly Bloom
Best Varsity Free Throw Percentage:
Most Improved: Lori Krueger
Sportsmanship: Kim Martens
All Conference Tammy Schwartzkopf
Varsity Gris Record: 5-15
Picture 1: Lori Krueger drives for the bucket. Picture 2 Amy Genesio puts up a shot.
49Varsity Boys Win Conference
Back Row G Root, P Keehner. M Keehner, J Caulkins, L Hoburg. M Bainbridge, J Rchn. M DeSutter. Middle Row -Coach McLaughlin, D Heady. G Remick. C Genisio. J Maher. Coach Hoburg, Coach Cole Front Row D Peterson. D Norberg. J Otto. R Brown T. Greenman S
Award Winners —
David Heady Scott Goben Award, 3 First Place Medals at Conference Meet, MVP
Craig Yarde Best First Year Man
John Otto— MVP Fresh-Soph
Greg Remick Most Improved Varsity
Greg Root Sportsmanship
Qualified For State—David Heady and
Craig Genisio for High Jump. Jim Caulkins
for 400 M Run
Captains — John Rehn, Mike DeSutter
Pic. I David Heady High Jumps Pic. 2. John Rehn throws the discus. Pic 3: Mike
DeSutter running the mile.
3Girls Track Keeps on Runnin’
Front Row. B Reckers. S Melton. S. McVletty, H Peterson. H. Picard, L. O’Tool. Second Row: P. Clough, M Willett. K Remick. M Petrovich, C Paul, La. O'Tool. K Hoyle. Third Row: Coach Peterson, A Lindquist. T Schwartzkopf, K. Morland. C. Scott. N Nice. Back Row: J Lafferty, S Worthington. M Otto, W Noftsger. A. Genisio, J Anderson. D. Goben. Not Pictured—L. Strange
Diane Goben — MVP Varsity
Angie Lindquist— MVP Fresh-Soph
Lisa O’Tool — Best First Year, Most
Shelly Melton —Sportsmanship
Qualified for State —Amy Genisio for High
Pic. 1: Lisa O’Tool running the mile. Pic. 2. Coach Peterson tapes Jenntfer Anderson’s ankle Pic. 3 Amy Genisio high jumps.Seniors Make Their Mark
Brad Barton: 4 yr. Football
Kevin Bland 4 yr. Football
Julie Baysinger: Volleyball
Kelly Bloom Basketball
Joe Bedford: 4 yr. Football
Angie Brown: 4 yr. Volleyball
52Mike Brown 4 yr Football
Jim Caulkins 4 yr. Football, 4 yr Basket Mike DeSutter: 4 yr. Football, 4 yr Track
ball. 4 yr. Track
Paul Diffenbaugh: 4 yr Football
Amy Genisio: 4 yr Basketball. 4 yr. Track
Diane Goben 4 yr. Track
Stacey Johnson: 4 yr. Volleyball
Mike Keehner: 4 yr. Track
Pat Keehner. 4 yr. TrackTad Lindquist: Football
Brent Litton Football
Todd McCurdy 4 yr Basketball
Shelly Melton: Track
Wendy Noftsger 4 yr Track
Rita Norberg 4 yr. Football Cheerleader, Basketball Cheerleader
54Michelle Otto: 4 yr. Track
Julie Scott Volleyball. 4 yr Basketball
Laurie Shannon: 4 yr. Volleyball
John Rehn: 4 yr. Football. 4 yr. Basketball, 4 yr Track
Jackie Lafferty 4 yr. Track Manager
Monte Swanson 4 yr Football
Greg Root 4 yr Football. 4 yr Track
Jim Shannon. 4 yr. Football, 4 yr Track
Jim Unger 4 yr. Football
55“Espanol Es Interesante”
Top to bottom. L to R B Reckers. A Brown. J Burton, R Norberg, S. McVietty, D Scott. J. Scott. S. Johnson. K Buban, K Munson. C. Lawson. S. Creek; M Miley, C Haake. J Taylor. P Shannon. M Taylor. M Jones, S Johnson. L Strange. M Moore, D VanDeWalle, T. Schwartzkopf. I. Bergstrom; S. Sotelo. L. Hoburg, C. Yarde. T. Roman. D Beck, J Mooney. L Myers. T. Sommers. S Epperson. A McVietty. A Lindquist; C. Paul. J. Johnson, W Noftsger. E Picard, T Allison. M Morland, H Hepner. K Remick, K. Ringberg, K Diffenbaugh, A Good, S. Brown. D. Larson. T Borders, J Spicher, B Good. T. Greenman. M McCurdy. B Wirt. E. Lord, P Ward. K Vorman, J. DeSutter; D. Bloomberg. H. Picard. L. O’Tool, K. Morland, L. O’Tool, K. Hoyle, K. Keehner. S. Larson. A. Emmanuel, M Willett, P. Clough, A. Bergstrom.
Bottom left. Back to front. L to R: V Pres.. Rita Norberg; Pres . Lisa Strange; Publicity Chairman. Julia Burton; Sec. Treas . Diane Bloomberg; Sponsor. Mrs Frerkes Above right: Terri and Cheryl cook meat for tacos. Lower Right: Dewain shows off in the kitchenHonored Spanish Students
Top Picture: The new members were inducted into the Benito Juarez Chapter on April 10, 1985. Mrs. Frerkes founded the chapter here in 1982. The new members include; L to R; Laura O’Tool, Carrie Scott. Kevin Buban, Lisa Strange. Kami Keehner and Susan Epperson. Left Picture: Chns, Rita. Sarah and Mary visit with a resident of a Galesburg nursing home. All the members made Valentines and Easter Baskets for all the residents. Bottom Picture: The present members of the chapter include, L to R, Mary Morland, Shelley McVietty, Rita Nor berg, Erika Picard. Angie Brown. Chris Haake, Sarah Johnson and Julia Burton.
59Society Honors Inductees
The AlWood Chapter of the National Honor Society includes the following members From top left Pat Keehner, Shelley McVietty, Mary Morland, Rita Norberg, John Rehn, Julie Scott. Lee Hoberg, Mike Keehner. Julia Burton. Angie Brown. Kelly Bloom. Debbie Beck. Julie Baysinger. Mat Bainbridge. and Trina Allison The following are this year's new inductees Greg Ward, Dana VanDeWalle, Lisa Strange. Tammy Schwartzkopf. Erika Picard. Michelle Otto. Michele Moore, Jan Meyer. Jackie Lafferty. Chris Haake. Kevin Buban, Diane Bloomberg. Inger Bergstrom, Kerry Bateman, and Jennifer Anderson. The society’s advisors are Mr Anderson and Mr McLaughlin
Students are chosen for membership in the society based on their scholarship, leadership, character and service During the induction ceremony, members Kelly Bloom (left) and Mat Bain bridge (above) give speeches on each of the characteristics.
Above, Debbie Beck passes the light of knowledge to new inductee. Diane BloombergStudent Council Sponsors Activities
Student Council Members include from top left: J Bedford, J. Kessinger, D. Norberg, K Buban, K. Elliott. M DeSutter, J Rehn, S. Plunkett, and S McNeil From bottom left: M McCurdy. P Ward, K Keehner, C. Scott, J. Scott. L. Strange. A Bergstrom and Mr Blair, their advisor
Student Council President Lisa Strange. Vice President John Rehn. and Secretary Julie Scott. A new activity this year was a Christmas Dance. Pictured upper right is disc jockey. Kevin Irby who provided music for the dance. At right is a reminder of the Student Council sponsored Homecoming Dance.
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61Keeping America on the Grow
Front row M McCurdy. M Swanson. J Bedford. J Carlson. P Diffenbaugh. M Strandberg. J. Samuelson Middle row K Barman, J Swanson. K Colburn. R. Peterson. T Lindquist. M DeSutter. J Kness Back row L Fors. E. Olson. T Voss. M Peterson. T McCurdy. K Elliott. A Molburg, D Norberg
THE NATIONAL ORGANIZATION FOR BOYS
STUDYING VOCATIONAL AGRICULTURE
Officers: Sentinel. Todd McCurdy; Secretary. Kevin Elliott; Vice Mark McCurdy. John Bedford, Jerry Samuelson. and Aaron Molburg
President. Kevin Colburn; President. Mike DeSutter; Reporter, John are dressed for FFA Initiation Week
Rehn; Treasurer, Luther Fors
62FHA Plans for Future
Front to back. L to R. M Morland. B Metzner. S Bethel. C. Lang; B Reckers. A McVietty. A Lindquist. P Ward. J DeSutter. B Anderson. S Thorpe. A Good, K Vroman, A Bergstrom. L. Myers. T. Somers; S. Epperson. H Peterson. C Paul. N Nice. K Hoyle. A Masengarb, A Ingold. C Diffenbaugh. J. Brown. K Snyder, Mrs. McNeil; I Bergstrom. C. Lawson, K Martens. S. Karnes. T Schwartzkopf, D. VanDeWalle, T Sanders. L Krueger. K Munson, S. Taflinger; S. Creek. J. Johnson. R. Harris, S. Johnson. K. Barman. A. Genisio. S Calhoun. S Montgomery. R. Norberg. J Baysinger. A Brown. D. French.
Tammy, Dana. Inger, Kerry and Carolyn pose for a picture during the FHA field trip to House on the Rock in Wisconsin.Library Club Serves School
Front row—S Worthington. G. McVietty. J. Pruett. J. Mooney. J. Johnson. B Peterson. Middle row — R. Dobbels, S. Tafflinger, B Reckers. L. Strange. S. Karnes. S. Clarke. T. Woffard, A. Ingold, J. Meyer. B. Anderson. Back row—C. Lawson. M Moore, D. Bloomberg. I. Bergstrom. M Petrovich, S. Montgomery. R. Norberg. S. Johnson
Senior Jan Meyer worked in the IMC as a library assistant
Library Club Officers: Rita Norberg. Diane Bloomberg, and Lisa Strange peer through an empty shelf in the library.Yearbook Gathers Memories
Senior Members Back Row: Julia Burton. Julie Baysinger. Kathy Barman. Michelle Otto. Jackie Lafferty, Wendy Noftsger Bottom Row Mary Morland, Debbie Beck. Diane Goben, Jennifer Anderson. Shelley McVietty; Dana French.
As in years past, the yearbook staff was made up of dedicated sophomores, juniors and seniors who were willing to work on the yearbook after school, and the first weeks of summer vacation. During the year, members helped to raise money for the book, plan the pages, and try to meet the deadlines on time. Three members, Kathy Barman, Kevin Creek, and Michele Moore, served as photographers. Yearbook advisor was Mrs. Clark.
Yearbook Staff Back Row M Moore, D Bloomberg. J Brown. S. Johnson. C. Paul. K. Bateman. K. Creek. M Otto. D Beck. J. Anderson. D. Goben Front Row: L Hoburg. J Burton, K. Keehner. A Ingold. I. Bergstrom. D. French. J. Lafferty. W Noftsger. S McVietty. J. Baysinger. K. Barman Picture not included: Lisa Strange
65Working for the Weekend
L to R Kevin Colburn, Jan Meyer, Kathy Barman. Monte Swanson, Second Row Mike Adamson, L to R Nicky Reckers, Tina Masengarb
Mike Keehner. Joe Mateika, Marty Strandberg, Mike (Turk) McDowell
L to R Julie Johnson. Amy Genisio, Julie Baysinger, Susan Bethel!, Linda Heady, Shelly Melton, Rae Harris, Shelly McVietty. Judy Steines, Tonya Portugue, Back Row James Hoyle, Ralph McLaughlin, Jeff Eskridge, Brad Barton, Shawn Montgomery, Greg Anderson, Todd Wofford. Mike Price. John Carlson. Leif Robenson, Scott Plunkett. Jim Kessinger, Paul Diffenbaugh, Tony Ditoro, David Heady, Tad Lindquist.Students on the Job
1. Mike Keehner. Peterson, Wallin and Knox, 2. Turk McDowell. McDowell Constructions, 3. Kathy Barman, Woodhull State Bank, 4. Mike Adamson, Farm Service. 5. Marty Strandberg, Barman Farm, 6. Kevin Colburn, Curry Farms. 7. Monte Swanson, Farm Service.
67Swing Choir and Jazz Band
Swing Choir members: Back row: Mike Adamson. Craig Yarde, Todd McCurdy. Mark Peterson. Kevin Buban, Lee Holburg. Kevin Colburn, Scott Clarke. Jim Caulkins. Kevin Elliott. Kevin Creek. Luther Fors. Mark Jones. Stephen Shaffer. Middle row: Julie Johnson. Julie Baysinger. Amy Genisio, Stacey Johnson. Angie Brown. Susan Karnes. Dana VanDeWalle, Jennie Brown. Shelley McVietty, Julie Scott. Tammy Schwartzkopf. Julia Burton, Enka Picard. Dana Larson. Front row: Joe Kness. Kami Keehner
The Jazz Band made up of high school students and alumni started practicing in November, and worked hard to give a fine performance at the Spring Dance. The alumni not pictured are Jeana Fors, Marion Calmer, Dennis Colburn, Monty Bolduc, Neil and Deah Curry, Gene Colburn and Steve Wolfe.
The Swing Choir did a nice job performing for area churches and organizations. Morning, after school, and evening practices earned the Madrigal and Swing Choir a II at Solo and Ensemble Contest.
Special thanks should be given to Joe Kness, Kami Keehner, and Lori Krueger for “keeping the rhythm going.”
Jazz Band members: Back row: Craig Yarde. Luther Fors. Julia Burton, Kami Keehner. Lori Krueger, Kevin Colburn. Dana VanDeWalle. Front row: Jerry Samuelson, Stacey Johnson, Julie Scott, Joe Kness. Kerry Bateman, Julie Baysinger.
68Marching Band Marches On
This year the AlWood marching band was lead by T rina Allison and Lisa Strange as drum majors. The baton twirler was Dana French followed by flags. Flag girls for this year in-clude Shelly Calhoun — captain, Carolyn Lawson, Becky Metzner, Candie Lang, Shelly Melton, Sherri Creek, Cheryl Paul, Rae Ann Harris, Sheri Montgomery, Kelly Bloom, Kim Martins, and Tory Sanders. Band instructor is Mr. St odd.
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69Music Groups Perform
This year’s music groups performed in all areas. 1) Kami Keehner and Kerry Bateman accompany the choir while singing at Knox College. 2) Erika Picard and Luther Fors star in the school’s musical. 3) Paula Clough and Mike Keehner prepare to perform at precontest. 4) Madrigal practices their song acapella, in front of an audience during precontest. 5) An action shot of Kevin Colburn and John Rehn playing the characters of Barnaby and Cornelius in the musical. 6) The musical cast formed a train during the song “Put On Your Sunday Clothes.”
701) The dancers kick their heels high during a performance of the musical 2) The band plays for graduation without the senior members 3) Boys lead the horse drawn carriage during the musical parade 4) Chorus members take a break and pose for a picture 5) The chorus performed at Knox College with director, Mrs Nichols
71Band Officers: Julie Scott. Sec.; Jennifer Anderson. Pres.; Angie Brown. V. Pres.; Director. Mr Stodd.Chorus
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Chorus Officers: Julie Scott, V Pres.; Kevin Buban, Treas ; Angie Brown. Pres.; Rita Norburg, Sec.; Director. Mrs. Nichols.Senior Musicians
Senior band members are: Front row: Diane Goben, Stephanie Worthington, Julia Burton, Angie Brown, Dana French, Susan Bethell. Middle row: Rita Norberg, Trina Allison. Jennifer Anderson. Stacey Johnson. Julie Scott, Julie Baysinger Back row: Pat Keehner, Kevin Colburn, John Rehn, Mike Keehner.
Senior chorus members are: Front row: Trina Allison. Julia Burton. Rita Norberg. Julie Johnson, Shelley McVietty, Dana French. Mary Morland, Susan Bethell. Michelle Otto. Middle row: Angie Brown, Jaeleen Mooney, Shelly Calhoun, Julie Baysinger, Tracey Roman, Stacey Johnson, Julie Scott, Wendy Noftsger. Back row: Mike Adamson. Mark Peterson. Lee Holburg, Kevin Colburn, Gregg Anderson, Jim Caulkins. John Rehn. Todd McCurdy
ACTIVITIESOur ’84 Homecoming
Spirit Week, and a Saturday game and dance contributed to a week full of fun and excitement. This year’s theme was “Movies.”
The week of October 1-5 included unusual costumes and games. Students were dismissed early to attend Friday afternoon's activities—jello-eating contest, football kick, egg toss, obstacle course, and class cheer. Later that night, the community took part in a parade and students were involved in skits and afterward, a bonfire.
The Homecoming game on October 6 was against the Wethersfield Geese. Rain threatened to spoil the day—the crowd was smaller, the band was unable to put on their performance, and the team was defeated—but the Homecoming spirit remained high for the dance that night.
Coronation was at 9:00 and our 1984 King and Queen were Brad Barton and Julie Scott.
1. As usual, the seniors decorate the entrance using their Homecoming theme. 2. The juniors' first place float. 3. An observer hangs on the lobby wall during Spirit Week. 4. A group of seniors relax in their togas
1. Students enjoy the Homecoming Dance.
2. Dana Larson and John Otto eating their way to a victory. 3. In their skit, the football players entertained with a song. 4. An energetic crowd watches the activities. 5. A group of juniors pose during Costume Day.
51984 Homecoming Attendants
Left to right: Freshmen Jayne DeSutter and Mike Plunkett, Sophomores Sandy Brown and Scott McNeil, Juniors Diane Bloomberg and Kevin Elliott, Crown Bearers Rocky Caulkins and Janeen Peterson, Juniors Lisa Strange and Craig Yarde, Seniors Jennifer Anderson and John Rehn, Diane Goben and Brad Barton, Julie Scott and Brent Litton.
These attendants were nominated and voted on by their class members. The entire student body chose the King and Queen from the Senior attendants.Queen Julie and King BradAlWood Celebrates Christmas
AlWood celebrated Christmas at the 27th Annual Christmas program with the Elementary School, Junior High and High School Choruses performing. There were selections by the Swing Choir, Madrigal. High School Concert Band and a Special Brass Choir. The program took place December 9. 1984 at 2:30 p.m. and was once again a big success
On December 15, the High School Student Council sponsored a Christmas Dance. The crowd danced from 7:00 to 11:00 to music provided by disc jockey Kevin Irby. The Spirit of Christmas could be seen and felt everywhere The Student Council decorated the gym and the lobby with a Christmas tree and presents under the tree and on tables. A snowman was painted on the trophy case and garland was hung all around.
Picture 1 The High School chorus rehearsing for the Christmas program. Picture 2 Under the direction of Mr. Stodd, Rita Norberg. Kevin Colburn, Pat Keehner and John Otto practice their parts for the Brass Choir. Picture 3 D J. Kevin Irby prepares to play another record for the crowd at the Christmas Dance to enjoy Picture 4 A group of people take a break from dancing to enjoy conversation.
80“All That Jazz” Comes to AlWood
“Spring and All That Jazz” was the theme for this year’s Spring Dance. It was held April 27th from 7:30 to 10:30 p.m. in the Walt Minder Gymnasium. The AlWood Jazz band provided the entertainment for the evening. The AlWood Band Parents sponsored the dance and put in a lot of hard work preparing for the evening. Donna Larson did an exceptionally good job in decorating the showcase. The lobby and gym were also decorated with “Big Band” posters and record album covers. The band parents also arranged for games for the younger children and provided refreshments. The evening was enjoyed by all.
Pic. 1: Brady Anderson and Shane Charlson sitting in front of the decorated showcase. Pic. 2: Brigette Wirt, Angel Emanuel, and Merideth Willett pose for a picture in the lobby. Pic. 3: Amy Bainbridge and Krista Moorman take time out from dancing. Pic. 4: The crowd enjoys conversation and dancing.
81Well, Hello Dolly
On Friday, May 3rd, and Saturday, May 4th, AlWood High School put on the musical 'Hello Dolly.’ The cast and crews put in many long hours of practice to make the show the best they could. When showtime arrived, the hard work was worth it. Both night’s performances went very well. A Congratulations goes to everyone
Hello Dolly Cast Mrs Dolly Gallagher Levi .... Erika Picard
Horace Vandergelder.........Luther Fors
Cornelius Hackl..............John Rehn
Barnaby Tucker............Kevin Colburn
Irene Malloy...............Trina Allison
Minnie Fay.............Shelley McVietty
Ernestina ................Wendy Noftsger
Ambrose Kemper..............Chris Haake
Ermengarde ........................!nger Bergstrom
Mrs Rose....................Kathy Hoyle
Rudolph ...................Lee Hoburg
Cook ......................Kevin Buban
Policeman ..................Mark Miley
Court Clerk ...........Andrea Bergstrom
The Dancers: Allison McVietty. Kris
Morland. Mike Adamson, Susan Bethell, Darrin Reed, and Eva Lord.
The Waiters: Lee Hoburg, Darrin Reed, Mark Peterson, Mike Adamson. Todd McCurdy, Mark Miley. Kevin Buban, and Scott Clarke
The Townspeople: Sue Karnes, Jayne DeSutter, Diane Goben, Dana Larson, Merideth Willett, Scott Clarke, Kevin Buban, Mike Adamson, Andrea Bergstrom, Kathy Hoyle. Angie Brown. Jennie Brown, Kami Keehner, Dana French, Julie Johnson, Lee Hoburg, Darrin Reed. Todd McCurdy, and Deana Goben.
Pic. 1: Dolly Levi in front of the doors of the Harmonia Gardens Restaurant Pic. 2: Ernestina Money and Horace Vandergelder. Pic 3: Barnaby Tucker and Minnie Fay Pic 4 Cornelius Hackl and Irene Malloy. Pic 5: Ermengarde and Ambrose Kemper Pic 6: The judge and the court clerk.
Pic. 1. The entire cast of 'Hello Dolly’ Pic 2 The directors of the musical — Becky Nichols and Rich Stodd Pic. 3: The orchestra: front row: Steve Sundberg, Pat Shannon, Julie Burton. Sarah Johnson, Michele Moore. Paula Clough. Kerry Bateman, and Cory Wallace. Back row Jeana Fors. Mr Stodd. Julie Baysinger, Lisa Strange. Beth Walsten. Sharon Johnson. Stephanie Worthington, and Sheila Stebens. not pictured is Mary Matthews, pianist. Pic. 4 The crews: front row: Brigette Wirt. Angel Emanuel. Kim Remick. Angela Lindquist, Jaeleen Mooney, Cheryl Paul, and Heidi Peterson 2nd row: Julie Johnson, Kim Vroman. Merideth Willett. Brad Good. John Shannon, and Jeff Paul Back row: Holly Hepner, Paul Diffenbaugh. Jon Wofford. Jim Unger, Scott Plunkett. Pic. 5: The Waiters. Pic. 6: Jean Rehn helped by decorating hats Pic. 7: The Dancers.
83Memories to Hold
Pic. 1: These people smile for the camera while they relax during the dance. Pic. 2: Angie Brown and Stacey Johnson dance with their dates. Pic. 3: Dates and friends enjoy the dance. Pic 4 Brent Litton makes his date, Diane Bloomberg behave. Pic. 5: Chris Haake stands with the only two freshmen at prom, Eva Lord and Aaron Molburg. Pic. 6: Todd McCurdy gives the camera a big smile. Pic. 7: Wendy Noftsger and Luther Fors enjoy themselves Pic. 8: Mike Adamson and Jim Shannon do their splits for everyone to see.
The 1985 Junior-Senior Prom was held at Black Hawk College on May eleventh. Prom began at 6:30 and ended at 11:00. The tables, doorways, and walls were all trimmed in pink, gray, and burgandy decorations. The Invocation was given by Inger Bergstrom, and Mark Jones and Erika Picard read the prophecies to the Seniors. The evening was very enjoyable and memorable for everyone.
Pic. 1: Jim Kessinger and John Rehn, the Junior and Senior class presidents, gave the welcome at Prom. Pic. 2: Having a good time, guests dance to the music. Pic. 3: Wendy Noftsger, Dana French, Kathy Hoyle, and Michelle Otto wear off some energy. Pic. 4: Doc DeSutter and John Rehn show their dates how great of dancers they are. Pic. 5: The band “Eternity Road" provided the music for background.
After-Prom, sponsored by the Senior Class, was held at Sammy G’s in Moline from midnight to 5:00 a.m. The people enjoyed bowling, pool, and video games. Refreshments included tacos and other foods from Rudy’s and pop Despite the rain and some “special deliveries” everyone had a good time.
1) The view at Sammy G’s 2) Joe Mateika returns to his seat 3) Lisa. Dana. Jimmy. Sandy and Heidi pose with cheesy smiles 4) TahDah . . the Great Scott McNeil 5) Kevin and Shelley look over the "unmentionables" 6) Kevin. Brent. Monte, Terri and Diane take a break 7) Craig Yarde shows off his muscle?? 8) Barry Peterson is a star bowler
Kevin Colburn John Philip Sousa Award
Julia Burton Valedictorian
John Rehn Salutatorian, Roland Lindsey Award
American Legion Good Citizen Award
Angie Brown DAR AwardMat Bainbridge “My only limits are the boundaries of my imagination.”
Jennifer Anderson: "The grand essentials of happiness are: something to do. something to love, and something for which to hope "
Gregg Anderson: “Far duller than a serpent’s tooth is to spend a quiet youth."
Brad Barton: “If a person got half his wishes, it would only double his troubles
Kathy Barman "If you spend all your time judging p opU you don't have time to love them"
Paul Diffentuugh: “Post my face wanted dead or alive, take my license and all that ).ve. I can’t drive fifty-five " mu
Class Motto: “Don’t be dismayed at yod bye, farewells are necessary before meeting again; and meeting-again, after moments or Uf times, s certain for mo?? whtf rc-
Diane Goben: “It is not hard to find the truth, what is hard is not to run away from It once you have found it.”
Dana Ann French: 'Hold fast to your
dreams, for as you dream, so shall you become ’
Rae Ann Harris “Headaches, homework, exams, and frustration all seem worth it on graduation."Linda Heady ‘ Happiness is not having
what you want, but wantirig what you have." %
Leland M. Hoburg: "A woman flees from temptation, but a man just crawls away from it in the cheerful hope it may overtake him."
Stacey Johnson “Love is something you
cannot own Share ft and you’ll never be alone.'
Mike Keehner "All I really know is what ! see. and everybody sees It differently 'Jeff Kessinger: ‘The key to happiness fits the ignition of my car.”
Candie Lang: ”1 know not where his island left, their fronded palms in air; I know I cannot drift beyond his love and care.”
Class Flowers: White Rose tipped with burgundy
Mike McDowell: "Opportunities are usually disguised as hard work, so most people don’t recognize them."
Tina Masengarb: “Diplomacy is the art of letting someone have your way.’
V. ton. The greatest gifts I ever had
m. :j . rr C ,d. JcallfV Mom and Dad "
Jan Meyer "A smile is like a pebble thrown in water—it keeps on spreading."
Rebekah Mttzner: “If in life you love all and tru t few; those ck 5. your heart will return it to you.' ■adventure K
Scott Plunkett “fl you can’t please everybody, you ust have to please yourself."
Tracey Roman: “Love does r gazing at each other, but . together in the same direction
John Rehn- Success is me. one's position in life, but one overcomes while trying to
not by obstacles
Ntckey Reckers: “The best way to keep your friends is not to give them away."Jimmy Shannon: “Oh, truth is easy, and the light shines clear, in hearts kept open, honest and sincere.”
May the roed 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.
Julie Scott: “No one can make you feel inferior without your consent."
Judy Steines: “The most beautiful things in the world cannot be seen or even touched. They must be felt with the heart."
Laurie Shannon: "Success is a ladder you cannot climb with your hands in your pockets."
98Marty Strandberg “There are things known; there are things unknown, and in between there are doors."
James R. Unger. “Blessed be they who are led not into temptation, but still manage to find It on their own.'
Jim Swanson: “Thrift and adventure seldom go hand in hand ”
Jimmy Shannon: We’re now all done, we’ve had our fun. Though we turn away and wave goodbye, the memories of AlWood High will linger on.
Monte Swanson: "Life is short, so live it fast. Live it long and make it last."
Stephanie Worthington: "Just as the unicorn is the sign of love and peace so is the rain bow of joy.’’
Brad VanDeWalle. "The way to get anywhere is to start where you are."Senior Index
Mike Adamson Basketball —1,4; Track — 1; FFA —2; Golf Club—4, Work Study —4; Chorus—1,2,3,4; Ensembles—1,2,3,4; Chamber Choir—2,3,4; Musical —1,2,3,4.
Trina Allison: Volleyball—1,2,3,4; Basketball —1,2,3; Spanish
Club—1,2,3,4; Officer—3; National Honor Society—3,4; Student Council — 1,2,3; Chorus—1,2,3,4; Ensembles—1,2,3,4; Musical — 1,2,3,4; Band—1,2,3,4; Ensembles—1,2,3,4; Drum Major —3.4
Gregg Anderson: Football —1,2,3; Track —3; AVC —4;
Chorus—1,2,3,4; Ensembles—1,4; Musical—2.
Jennifer Anderson: Volleyball—1,2,3,4; Track — 1,2,3,4;
Cheerleading—1.2,3; Spanish Club—1,2,3; Yearbook —2,3.4; National Honor Society —4; AVC—3. Chorus—1,2,3; Band —1,2,3,4; Band Ensembles—1,2,3,4; Officer —4; Homecoming Attendant—3.4; Volleyball Captain —4.
Matthew Bainbridge: Football—2,3,4; Basketball —2,3,4; Track—3; National Honor Society—3.4; Chorus—2; Musical —2; Class Of ficer—4; Speech Contest—3.
Kathy Barman: FHA—1,2,3,4; Officer—3; Yearbook—2,3,4; Work Study —4; AIE—2; Chorus—1,2,3; Ensembles— 1; Musical —2.
Brad Barton: Football — 1,2,3,4; Spanish Club—1; AVC —4;
Homecoming Attendant —1,4; Homecoming King.
Julie Baysinger: Volleyball—3,4; Basketball —1; Track—1,2;
Cheerleading—1,2; FHA—1,2,3.4; Officer —1.3.4; Year book —2,3.4; National Honor Society —3,4; AVC—4; AIE—1.2,3; Library Club-1.2.3; Chorus—1,2.3.4; Ensembles—184.108.40.206; Chamber Choir —3.4; Musical — 1,2,3; Band — 1.2,3.4; Ensembles—1,2,3,4; Jazz Band—2,3,4; FHA Section Treasurer—3; FHA Section Vice-President—4
Debbie Beck: Basketball —1,2,3; Track—2; Spanish Club—220.127.116.11; Yearbook —2,3,4; National Honor Society —3,4; AIE —3; Chorus—1,2,3,4; Musical — 2.
Joe Bedford: Football —1,2,3.4; Chorus—1,2; Ensembles—1; Musical—2.
Susan Bethell: Track—3; FHA—1,2,3,4; Officer —4; AVC—4; AIE—2; Chorus—1,2,3,4; Musical —2,3.4; Band—1,2.3,4; Ensembles— 1.
Kevin Bland: Football—1,2,3,4; Student Council — 1; Chorus—3.
Kelly Bloom: Basketball—3,4; National Honor Society —3,4; Officer—4; Library Club—3; Flags —4
Angie Brown: Volleyball —1,2,3.4; Spanish Club—1,2,3,4;
FHA—1,2,3,4; National Honor Society—3,4; Chorus—1,2,3,4. Ensembles—1,2,3,4; Chamber Choir —2,3,4; Officer —4; Musical—1,2,3,4; Band —1,2,3,4; Ensembles—1,2,3,4; Officer — 4; Spanish National Honor Society —2,3,4; DAR Award —4; St. Ambrose Honor Band —4; District Chorus—3.
Mike Brown: Football —1,2,3,4; Track—3; Spanish Club — 1; Chorus —1,2; Ensembles—1; Musical —1,2.
Julia Burton: Track —1; Spanish Club—1,2,3,4; Officer —4; Year-
book— 2,3,4; Officer —3,4; National Honor Society — 3,4; Chorus—1,2,3,4; Ensembles —3,4; Chamber Choir —3,4; Musical —2,3; Band—1,2,3,4; Ensembles—1,2,3,4; Spanish National Honor Society —2,3,4; St. Ambrose Honor Band—4; District Chorus—3; District Band—4; District Jazz Band—4.
Shelly Calhoun: Volleyball-1.2,3; FHA -1.2,3,4, Chorus 1,2.3.4; Musical —2; Flags —3.4; Captain —4.
Jim Caulkins: Football—1,2,3,4; Captain—4; Basketball —1,2,3,4; Track —1,2,3,4; FFA—1,2,3; Chorus—1,2,3,4, Ensembles —1,4; Chamber Choir—4; Musical —2,4; Homecoming Attendant—3.
Kevin Colburn: FFA —1,2,3,4; Officer —4; Work Study—4; Chorus—1,2,3,4; Ensembles—1,2,3,4; Chamber Choir—1,2,3,4; Musical—1,2,4; Band—1,2,3,4; Ensembles—1,2,3,4; Jazz Band —1,2,3.4; St. Ambrose Honor Band —4.
Mike DeSutter: Football—1,2,3,4; Basketball —1,2; Track—1,2.3.4; FFA —1,2,3,4; Officer —2,3,4; Student Council—3,4; Section III Vice President —FFA.
Paul Diffenbaugh: Football —1,2,3,4; Basketball—1; Track —1; FFA -1,2.3.4; Golf Club -1.2; AVC - 3,4
Ronald Dobbels: Football —2; Track—1,2; Spanish Club —12-FFA-1,2; Library Club-3.4
Dana French: FHA—1,2,3,4; Officer —3; Yearbook —2,3,4; Officer—4; AIE —3; Chorus—1,2,3,4, Ensembles— 3,4; Musical —2,3,4; Band -1,2,3,4; Twirler —1,2,3.4.
Amy Genisio: Basketball — 1.2,3,4; Track —1,2.3,4; FHA —1,2,3,4; AVC — 4, AIE — 2; Chorus—1,2,3,4; Chamber Choir — 4; Musical—2. Girls State — 2.
Diane Goben: Track —1,2,3,4; Cheerleading—2; Spanish Club—1,2; Yearbook—2,3,4; AVC—3; Chorus—1,2.3; Ensembles—1.2,3; Chamber Choir—3; Musical —2.4; Band —18.104.22.168; Ensembles —2,4; Homecoming Attendant—1,4
Rae Harris. FHA—22.214.171.124; AVC—4; Library Club—3; Musical—3; Flags—1.4.
Linda Heady: AVC—4; Chorus —1,2.
Lee Hoburg: Football—3,4; Track—4; Spanish Club—1,2,3,4; Year book —2,3,4; Officer—4; National Honor Society—3.4; Officer—4; Golf Club—1,2; Chorus— 1.2.3,4; Ensembles—1,2,3,4; Chamber Choir — 2.4; Musical — 1.2,3,4; Band — 1,2; Jazz Band —1,2.
Julie Johnson. Volleyball —1; Track —1,2; Spanish Club—3,4; FHA —126.96.36.199; Yearbook—3.4; AVC—4; Library Club—1,2,3,4; Chorus—1,2,3,4; Ensembles —2,3,4; Chamber Choir —4 Musical - 188.8.131.52; Flags—3.
Peter Johnson: Spanish Club—1; AIE —3; Band—1,2;
Ensembles — 1,2.
Stacey Johnson: Volleyball—1,2,3,4; Basketball—1,2; Track—3; Spanish Club—1,2,3,4; FHA —1,2,3.4; Chorus —1,2,3.4; Ensembles —3,4; Chamber Choir —4. Musical—1,2,3; Band —1,2,3,4; Ensembles —2,3,4; Jazz Band —4
100Mike Keehner: Track—1,2,3,4; National Honor Society—3,4, Work Study—4; Band — 1,2,3.4; Ensembles—1,2,3,4
Pat Keehner: Track—1,2,3,4; FFA—1; National Honor Society— 3.4. Band 1,2,3,4; Ensembles—1,2,3,4.
Michelle Otto: Track—1,2,3,4; Yearbook —2,3,4; National Honor Society—4; AIE —2,3; Chorus—1,2,3,4; Ensembles—3,4.
Mark Peterson Basketball—1,2; FFA—1,2,3,4; Chorus—1,2,3.4; Ensembles — 1.2,3,4, Chamber Choir —4; Musical — 1,2,3,4
Scott Plunkett: Basketball-1.2; FHA-1; Golf Club-184.108.40.206; A VC — 4; Student Council—3,4; Chorus—1; Ensembles —1; Musical —2. Band - 1,2; Ensembles—1,2; Class Officer —1,2.
Nickey Reckers: Track—3; Work Study—3; AVC—3; Art Class—4.
John Rehn Football —1,2,3,4; Basketball —1,2,3,4; Track—1,2,3,4; FFA — 1,2,3,4; Officer—4; National Honor Society —3,4; Officer—4; Student Council — 1,2,3,4; Officer — 3,4; Chorus—1,2,3,4; Ensembles—1,2,3,4; Musical—1,2,3,4; Band—1,2,3,4, Ensembles —3,4, Homecoming Attendant—4; Class Officer—2,4.
Tracey Roman: Cheerleading—1; Spanish Club—1,2,3,4;
AIE—1,2,3; Officer—3; Library Club—2,3,4; Chorus—1,2,3,4; Ensembles —2,3,4; Musical —1,2,3; Band —1,2,3; Ensembles—2,3.
Greg Root: Football—1,2,3.4; Track—2,3,4; Golf Club —1.
Mike Root: Football -1,3; FFA—1; Golf Club-3.
Julie Scott: Volleyball —1,2,3,4; Basketball —1,2,3,4; Spanish
Club — 1,2,3,4; Officer—2; National Honor Society—3.4; Student Council — 1,2,3,4; Officer —4; Chorus — 1,2,3,4 ; Ensembles—1,2,3,4; Chamber Choir—3,4; Officer —4. Musical—2; Band — 1,2,3,4; Ensembles—1,2,3,4. Officer —4; Jazz Band — 1,2,3,4; Homecoming Attendant —2.4; Queen.
Jimmy Shannon: Football —1,2,3,4; Track—2,3,4; Golf Club — 1.
Laurie Shannon: Volleyball—1,2,3,4; Captain—4; Basketball — 1; AVC—3; Chorus—1,2; Ensembles —1,2; Band —1,2.
Judy Steines: FHA—1,2,3; AVC —4
Marty Strandberg: FHA—1,2,3.4; Golf Club—1,2,3,4; Work Study —4; AIE—1,2,3; Library Club —2,3; Basketball Manager — 1,2.
Jim Swanson: Football —1,2,4; Track —1; FFA—1,2,3,4; Golf Club -220.127.116.11; AVC-3; Musical-2.
Monte Swanson: Football—1,2,3,4; FFA — 1,2,3,4; Golf Club-1.2,3,4; Work Study-4
Jim Unger Football —1,2,3,4; Track —1,2,3; Golf Club—1,2; Library Club— I; Chorus —1,2; Musical—1,2,4
Brad VanDeWalle: Football—1,2; Track—1; Golf Club—1,2; VideoTape— 2,3,4; Manager —3.
Stephanie Worthington: Basketball — 1; Track—2,3,4; Spanish Club —1,2; AIE-2.3; Library Club-1.2,3,4; Chorus-1,2,3; Ensembles — 1,3; Chamber Choir—1.3; Musical — 2.4; Band —1,2,3,4; Ensembles —4; Girls State—3.
Jeff Kessinger: Football —2; AVC—3,4
Jackie Lafferty: Yearbook—2,3,4; National Honor Society—4.
Candie Lang: AIE—3; Chorus—1,2; Rags—4
Tad Lindquist: Football —1,2,4; FFA—1,2,4; Golf Club—1,2; AVC—3,4
Brent Litton. Football—2,3,4; Spanish Club—1,2; Golf Club—1,2; Homecoming Attendant—2.4
Todd McCurdy: Basketball-1.2,3,4; FFA-18.104.22.168; Offker-4; Golf Club—1; Chorus —4; Ensembles —4; Chamber Choir —4; Musical—4; Class Officer—2.
Mike McDowell: Football-1.2,3,4; Basketball-1.2,3,4; Track-3; Golf Club — 1; Work Study—4; Student Council —1,2,3; Homecoming Attendant —3; Class Officer—3,4
Shelley McVietty: Track —1,4; Cheerleading —1,2,3.4; Spanish Club—1,2,3,4; Officer—3; Yearbook—2,3,4; National Honor Society—3,4; Officer—4; AVC—4; Library Club—1.2,3; Officer—3; Chorus —1,2,3,4; Ensembles —2,3,4; Chamber Choir —4; Musical—1,2,3,4; Class Officer—2,3,4; Spanish National Honor Society—3,4.
Joe Mateika: Football —1,2,3,4; Basketball —1,2,3; Work Study—4.
Shelly Melton: Track-1,2,3,4; FHA-1; AVC-4; AIE-3; Rags —4; Homecoming Attendant—3.
Rebekah Metzner: FHA —1,2,3,4; Chorus—2,3; Musical—2,3; Rags —3.4.
Jan Meyer: National Honor Society —4; Work Study—4; AIE—3; Library Club — 1,2,3,4; Chorus—1,2,3.
Shawn Montgomery: AVC—3.4; Library Club —1,2; Chorus —1,2,3.
Sherri Montgomery: Volleyball — 1; Track — 1,2,3; FHA — 1,2,3.4; Officer—4; AVC—3; AIE—3; Library Club—3,4; Chorus—1,2,3,4; Musical —2,3; Rags —4; Art Class — 4.
Jaeleen Elise Mooney: Track —1; Spanish Club—1,2,3,4; Library Club—1,2,3,4; Chorus— 1,2.3.4; Ensembles—1.2,3,4; Chamber Choir-2; Musical-1,2,3,4
Mary Morland: Basketball —1,2,3; Track—1,2; Spanish
Club-1,2.3.4; FHA-1,2,3,4; Officer-4; Yearbook-2.3.4; Na-tional Honor Society —3,4; AIE—3; Chorus—1,2,3,4; Musical—2; Class Officer—3; Spanish National Honor Society—2,3,4.
Wendy Noftsger: Basketball —1.2; Track—1,2,3,4; Spanish
Club-22.214.171.124; Yearbook —2,3,4; AIE—3; Chorus—1,2,3,4; Ensembles—3,4; Musical—3,4; Girls State—3.
Rita Norberg: Basketball—2.3; Track —1; Cheerleading—1,2,3,4; Spanish Club-126.96.36.199; Officer-4; FHA-1.2.3,4; Offker-4; Na tional Honor Society—3,4; AVC—3; Library Club—1,2,3,4; Officer—3,4; Student Council—1,2; Chorus—1,2,3,4; Ensembles—3; Officer—4; Musical—1,2; Band—1,2,3,4; Ensembles—1.2,3,4; Class Officer —1,3; Spanish Honor Society—2,3,4.
Kevin OTool: Football-2; Golf Club-1.2; AVC-3; Library Club—1,2; Chorus—1,2.
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Row 1 —Michelle Otto. Amy Genisio. Kathy Barman. Angie Brown. Julia Burton. Mary Morland Row 2-Stephanie Worthington. Jackie Lafferty. Wendy Noftsger. Dana French. Jan Meyer. Judy Steines Linda Heady. Candie Lang. Susan Bethell. Becky Metzner Row 3—Julie Baysinger. Rae Harris. Jim Caulkms. Julie Scott. John Rehn. Brent Litton. Monte Swanson. Mike DeSutter. Kevin Colburn Jim Swanson. Kevin Bland. Brad Barton. Greg Root. Joe Mateika. Gregg Anderson. Ron Dobbels. Row 4 —Peter Johnson. Todd McCurdy. Pat Keehner. Julie Johnson. Jaeleen Mooney. Shelley Calhoun. Kelly Bloom. Shelly Melton. Stacey Johnson. Mat Bainbridge. Rita Norberg. Tracey Roman. Sherri Montgomery. Nickey Reckers. Row 5—Shelley McVietty. Mike Root. Marty Strandberg, Brad VanDeWalle Mike Brown. Scott Plunkett. Diane Goben Row 6-Jeff Kessinger. Paul Diffenbaugh. Tad Lindquist. Joe Bedford. Shawn Montgomery. Jim Unger. Debbie Beck Row 7-Mark Peterson. Mike Adamson. Lee Hoburg. Kevin O’Tool, Jim Shannon. Mike Keehner. Mike McDowell Jennifer Anderson. Laurie Shannon. Trina Allison The Senior Class Officers, to the right, are President —John Rehn; Vice President —Mike McDowell. Secretary-Shelley McVietty; and Treasurer — Mat Bainbridge
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Pic. 1 Wendy Noftsger and Jackie Lafferty goof around in the hallway. Pic. 2: Mark Peterson and Mike Adamson relax in the sun. Pic. 3: Julie Baysinger and Julie Johnson just clowning around. Pic. 4: Stephanie Worthington getting ready for graduation Pic 5: Jim Shannon gives his fingers a rest during typing class. Pic. 6: John Rehn warms up for the Softball Tournament Pic. 7 Rita Norberg, Diane Goben. and Trina Allison show us their best smiles
105Seniors Celebrate at Great America
This year’s Senior Class made the annual trip to Great America theme park near Chicago. They left early the morning of May 24th and returned late that same evening. While there they braved the American Eagle, survived the Demon, and were cooled off by the White Water Rampage, and the Logger’s Run. Some even took time out to play the “games of chance”, see a show or grab a snack.
The Senior Class posing for a picture before they leave the park
Tad Lindquist and Jim Swanson watch as Kevin Bland takes a picture.
Class Sponsors: Mrs. Carlson and Mrs Peterson rest on the bench.
Rebekah Metier. Candie Lang. Mary Morland and Susan Bethel take time out of their busy day for a picture.
Todd McCurdy. Mark Peterson. Julie Scott, Amy Genisio and Rae Harris get ready to go home
106Seniors Celebrate Baccalaureate
The Baccalaureate in honor of the Class of 1985 was held on May 19, 1985. Pastor Orin Watson gave the Invocation and Sermon. Shelley McVietty, the Secretary of Senior Class, gave the scripture reading. The Senior Class President, John Rehn, offered the Class Prayer.
Pic. 1: Service participants Shelley McVietty, Secretary, John Rehn. President, and Pastor Orin Watson of the Alpha United Methodist Church, pictured with a bouquet of carnations in the class colors of burgundy and silver Pic. 2: Jim Caulkins and Shelly Calhoun proceed into the gymnasium for the service. Pic. 3: Honor Guards Greg Ward, Kerry Bateman. Erika Picard, and Lisa Strange Pic. 4: The Seniors light candles during the singing of "Pass It On."
107Seniors Say Farewell to AlWood
Graduation was held on Wednesday, May 29 at 7:30 p.m. in the Walt Minder Gymnasium. The band, directed by Mr. Stodd, played the Processional and Recessional. Later in the ceremony, the entire band played “Introit and Celebration.” Michael Wintz, Pastor of the United Church of Woodhull, gave the Invocation and Benediction. John Rehn, the Senior Class President, welcomed the Class of 1985 and guests. The Salutatory and Valedictory speeches were read by John Rehn and Julia Burton. Next, the chorus sang “Flying Free”, followed by “Life Keeps Moving", sung by Senior Chorus members. Mr. Wayne French gave his comments and the Honored Seniors were then introduced by Mike McDowell, the Senior Class Vice President. The diplomas were presented to the class members by Richard Swanson and Maurice DeSutter Jr. Class Treasurer Mat Bainbridge presented the school with fifty dollars towards the purchase of two new flags.
108Opposite Page, Pic. 1: Graduates, family, and friends mingle in the cafeteria after the ceremony. Pic. 2. Valedictorian Julia Burton and Salutatorian John Rehn. Pic. 3: Gregg Anderson wears his preferred graduation hat Pk 4 Rev Michael Wintz gave the Invocation and Benedktion. Pic. 5: Senior Chorus members sing together for a last time. This Page. Pic. 6: Mr French and Mr Yarde addressed the Seniors and guests. Pk 7 Jennifer Anderson and Turk McDowell congratulate each other after the Ceremony Pk. 8: Graduating Seniors Front, Candle Lang. Susan Bethell, Rebekah Metz ner; Back. Deb Beck, Tracey Roman, Mary Morland, and Rita Norberg pose for the camera
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Adamson. Mike 48. 66, 67, 68, 74. 84, 89, 104, 105. 108. 109 Allison. Trina 47. 52. 58. 60. 69. 74. 82.
89. 103. 104, 105. 108. 109 Anderson. Barbara 30. 63 Anderson. Benny 11 Anderson. Brady 33, 81 Anderson. Greg 66. 74, 89. 104, 108, 109 Anderson. Jennifer 47, 51, 52, 57, 60, 65.
72. 74. 78. 84. 88. 89. 102. 104. 109 Anderson. Kelli 18.21,27 Anderson, Robert 8, 60
Bainbridge, Amy 14, 16, 21. 22. 25, 27, 81 Bainbridge, Jennifer 18. 21. 22. 27 Bainbridge. Mathew 46. 48. 52. 60, 89,
103, 104, 109 Bainbridge. Tim 33. 40
Barman. Jeanene 18, 21, 22. 25. 27 Barman. Kathy 63. 65. 66. 67. 89. 103.
Barman. Kurt 30, 40, 62 Barman. Mark 33, 42. 62 Barton. Brad 46. 52. 66. 78. 79. 89. 103.
104. 109 Barton. Gail 16. 18.21,26, 27 Bateman. Kerry 36. 38. 44. 45. 60. 65, 68, 70. 83. 107 Baysinger, Julie 47, 48, 52, 60, 63, 65, 66, 68. 74. 83. 90. 103. 104. 105. 108, 109 Beck. Debbie 58. 60. 65. 84. 90. 103, 104, 108. 109 Beck. Tana 14. 17.22. 25 Bedford. Joe 46. 52. 90. 104. 109 Bedford. Jon 30, 40. 61, 62 Bergstrom. Andrea 30, 41, 58, 61, 63, 82, 83
Bergstrom. Erik 18, 20, 24, 27 Bergstrom. Inger 36, 47. 49, 58. 60. 63, 64, 65. 82. 83
Bethell. Susan 63. 66. 74. 83. 90. 103. 104. 109
Billiet. Julie 33
Blackwood. Lori 18
Blair. James 8. 40. 46, 61
Bland. Kevin 46. 52. 90. 102, 104, 106,
Bloom. Kelly 49. 52. 60. 69. 90. 103. 104. 109
Bloomberg. Diane 36, 37. 38. 44. 45, 58.
60. 64. 65. 86 Bloomberg. Greg 16, 18. 20 Bloomberg. Joyce 7 Borders. Terri 33. 41.45. 58. 84. 86 Brown. Angie 47. 52. 58. 59. 60. 63. 68.
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Brown. Jennie 33, 41, 58, 63, 65, 68. 83 Brown. Mike 46. 53. 91. 103, 104. 109 Brown. Rick 33. 35. 40. 42. 50 Brown. Sandy 33. 41. 58. 78. 86 Buban. Kevin 36. 46. 48. 58. 59. 60. 61.
68. 73. 83 Buban. Stacey 16. 18. 21. 22. 27 Burton. Dinah 7
Burton. Julia 58. 59. 60, 65. 68. 74. 83. 88, 91, 102. 104, 108. 109
Calhoun. Shelly 63.69. 74. 91. 102, 104.
108, 109 Campbell, Charlotte 18, 22. 27 Carlson. Harvey 6 Carlson. John 36, 62, 66 Carlson. Vicki 8. 12. 106 Carlson, Willodeane 8, 12 Caulkins, Jim 46. 48. 50. 53. 68. 74. 91. 104. 107. 108, 109
Caulkins, Rocky 78 Champion. Tom 13, 18. 20. 24 Charlson. Shane 33, 40. 81 Charlson. Ty 14. 20. 23. 24 Ciacco, John 14. 24,27 Clark, Karen 8, 12
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Elliott, Herchel 11
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Epperson. Deena 14
Epperson. Susan 33, 58. 59, 63
Eskridge. Jeff 36, 66
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French. Dana 63. 65. 69. 74. 83. 85. 92.
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Haake. Chris 36, 58. 59.60. 82. 83. 84 Haake, Colleen 18.21.27 Hall. Brian 9. 40. 46
Harris. Rae Ann 63, 66, 69. 92. 103, 104, 106. 109
Heady, David 36, 46, 50, 66 Heady. Linda 66,93, 102, 104, 109 Henry. Mike 31, 40, 42 Hepner, Holly 31, 32, 58. 83 Hepner, Jay 14, 20. 23. 24, 27 Hoburg, Lee 46, 48, 50, 58, 60, 65, 68. 74, 83. 88. 93. 103, 104, 108, 109 Hoburg, Ronald 9, 12, 50 Holmes. David 9 Hoyle. James 36, 46. 66 Hoyle. Kathy 33,43. 51.58. 63. 83. 85
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Johnson. Brad 31, 32, 40. 42 Johnson. Chad 18. 24. 27 Johnson. Joel 34
Johnson. Julie 58. 63, 64. 66. 68, 74, 83,
93. 102. 104. 105. 108. 109 Johnson. Kathy 14. 16. 22. 26. 27 Johnson. Peter 93, 104, 109 Johnson. Sarah 37, 58. 59. 65, 83 Johnson, Sharon 83
Johnson. Stacey 47, 48. 53, 58. 63, 68, 74.
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Lafferty, Jackie 51. 55. 60. 65, 94. 102, 104, 105. 109 Lambin. Gina 15. 22. 25. 26. 27 Lambin, Jarod 13, 17, 19 Lang. Candie 63, 69. 94. 102. 104, 106,
Larson. Dana 34. 44. 45, 58. 68. 77,83. 86 Larson. Shelina 34, 43, 58 Lawson. Carolyn 36, 58, 63. 64. 69 Lawson. Jason 13. 15, 23, 24, 27 Leng, Bill 11
Leng. Matt 13. 15. 16. 20. 23. 24. 27 Lindquist. Angela 31. 44. 51, 58. 63. 83 Lindquist. Tad 46. 54. 62. 66. 94. 103,
104. 106, 109 Link. Kenneth 34
Litton. Brent 46. 54. 78. 84. 86. 94. 103. 104. 109
Lord. Eva 30. 31. 45. 58. 81,83. 84 Loveridge. Brad 19
McCann. Tim 34
McCurdy. Mark 31. 48. 58. 61. 62 McCurdy. Todd 48. 54. 62. 68. 74. 82. 84.
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McDowell. Mike 46. 48 54. 66. 67. 84. 95.
103, 104. 109McKee, Genevieve 9 McLaughlin. Fred 9, 23, 50, 60 McLaughlin. Lisa 19, 21.22. 27 McLaughlin. Ralph 37,66 McLaughlin, Sean 31 McLaughlin, Teri 21 McMeekan. Scott 37. 38. 46. 48 McNeil. Barbara 10. 63 McNeil, Scott 34. 40. 42. 50. 61. 78 McVietty. Allison 31, 58, 63, 83 McVletty, Gail 37, 64 McVietty. Shelley 44. 45. 51. 54, 58. 59. 60. 65. 66, 68. 74. 82. 95. 96. 103, 104.
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Maher. Jeff 36. 37. 48. 50. 84 Martens. Kim 37. 47. 49. 63. 69 Martens. Melissa 16. 19. 21. 22. 27 Martens. Michele 15,21.22, 27 Masengarb, Anita 33. 34, 63 Masengarb, Tina 66, 95, 109 Mateika. Joe 46. 54. 66, 86, 95. 104. 109 May. Tina 19. 22. 27
Melton. Shelly 51.54. 66. 69. 95. 103, 104. 109
Metzner, Rebekah 63. 69. 95, 103, 104, 106, 109
Meyer. Jan 60. 64. 66. 95. 102. 104, 109 Miley. Mark 33. 34. 40. 58. 83 Miller. Bob 15. 17. 23. 24 Miller, Danny 15 Miller. Jennifer 15 Minder. Ann 11 Molburg. Aaron 31.42. 62. 84 Molburg, Jason 15, 23 Montgomery, Shawn 66, 96, 102, 104, 109 Montgomery. Sheri 66. 96. 102, 104, 109 Mooney, Jaeleen 58. 64. 74. 83. 96. 103, 104, 108, 109 Moore. Michael 19. 20. 24. 27 Moore. Michele 37. 58. 60. 64. 65. 83 Moorman. Krista 15,16, 22. 25, 27 Morland, Kris 34. 41, 51. 58. 83 Morland. Mary 58. 59. 60. 63. 65. 74. 96, 103. 104. 106, 108, 109 Morland. Paul 15. 23. 24. 27 Morland. Tim 31.42 Moyers. Joey 19 Munson. Karin 37. 58, 63 Myers. Laura 31. 58, 63
Nehls. Truman 10 Nelson. Betty 11 Nelson. Gary 6
Nice. Nettie 33. 34. 43. 44, 51. 58. 63
Nichols. Becky 10. 12. 73, 83
Noftsger. Wendy 51. 54. 58. 65. 74. 82.83.
84,85. 96. 102, 104, 108. 109 Norberg, David 34. 40. 42. 50. 61. 62 Norberg, Rita 44. 45. 54. 58. 59. 60. 63,
64. 73. 74. 75. 80. 96. 102. 104, 105,
Norburg, Trisha 16. 19. 21.22. 27 Nordeen, Max 11
Olson. Erik 34. 62
OTool. Kevin 97,104. 109
O’Tool, Laura 34. 41. 43, 51. 58. 59
OTool. Lisa 34. 41. 43. 51. 58. 86
OTool. Ronnie 19. 20. 24. 27
Otto. John 29. 34. 35. 40. 42. 50. 77, 80
Otto, Mary 6
Otto. Michelle 51.55, 60, 65. 74. 85. 97, 103, 104. 108. 109
Palmer. Cynthia 10 Patterson. Ron 34
Patterson, Mark 15, 20
Paul. Cheryl 34. 41. 51. 58. 63. 65. 69. 83
Paul. Jeff 13, 17, 19, 20. 24. 27, 83
Peterson. Andrea 15, 16. 21, 22. 27
Peterson. Barry 86
Peterson. Becky 34. 35, 64
Peterson. Darla 10, 47. 51
Peterson, Dewain 32, 40, 50. 58
Peterson. Heidi 35, 43, 51, 63, 83
Peterson, Janeen 78
Peterson. Mark 62. 68. 74. 97. 105, 106, 108. 109
Peterson. Mary Ellen 10. 22. 41, 106 Peterson. Roger 19, 27 Peterson, Rollie 35. 40. 48, 62 Peterson, Ryan 14, 15, 23, 24 Peterson. Shelly 15. 25. 27 Petrovich. Aaron 32. 40 Petrovich. Michele 37, 51, 64 Picard. Erika 37. 47. 57. 58. 59. 60. 68. 70, 82. 83. 107 Picard. Heidi 35. 41.45. 51. 58. 86 Picard. Liesl 16. 19. 21, 22. 25. 26. 27 Plunkett. Mike 32. 40. 78 Plunkett. Scott 61. 66. 83. 97. 102. 104. 109
Portugue, David 35 Portugue, Kathy 15 Portugue. Tonya 38. 66 Powell. Heather 19 Price. Mike 38, 66 Pruett, Jackie 38. 64
Randall. Tina 35
Reckers. Beckey 32. 51. 58. 63. 64 keekers. Nickey 66.97, 103.104, 109 Reed. Darrin 37, 38.83 Rehn,Jean 83
Rehn. Jennifer 15,21,22. 27 Rehn. John 46. 48. 50. 55. 60. 61,62, 70. 74. 78. 82. 85. 88. 97. 103, 104, 105, 107, 108. 109 Remick, Greg 38. 46, 50 Remick, Kevin 35. 40 Remick. Kim 32. 43.51.58, 83 Remick. Stacy 15. 21. 22. 25 Ringberg, Kim 32. 41.43. 58 Roberson, Shirley 11 Robinson, Leif 38. 46. 66 Roesner, Tressa 15. 17, 22, 27 Roman, Tracey 58. 74. 97, 103. 104, 108, 109
Root. Greg 50. 55. 98. 103, 104, 109 Root. Michael 98. 104. 109
Samuelson. Jerry 32, 40. 62, 68 Sanders. Rhonda 7
Sanders. Shanie 16. 18. 19. 21. 22. 25. 27 Sanders, Tory 38. 63, 69 Schilltnger. Mike 15. 23. 24. 27 Schnell, David 35 Schultz. Jeff 15. 20.23. 24, 27 Schwarzentraub, Lloyd 12, 40, 42. 46, 48 Schwartzkopf, Tammy 29, 38, 47. 49, 51, 58. 60. 63.68 Scott. Carrie 35,41. 49. 51. 58. 59. 61 Scott, David 38
Scott. Julie 47. 49. 55, 58. 60. 61. 68. 72. 73. 74. 78. 79. 98. 103, 104. 106. 108, 109
Shaffer. Stephen 19. 20. 24. 27, 68 Shannon, Jim 46. 50, 55. 84, 86. 98. 103, 104, 105, 109 Shannon. John 32, 83 Shannon. Laurie 47, 55, 98, 104, 109 Shannon. Linda 11 Shannon. Loretta 19. 21. 22. 25. 27
Shannon, Pat 35. 40. 42, 58, 83
Sides. Chris 34, 35
Sides. Doug 19, 24
Smith, Shawn 35, 40
Snyder. Kristie 34, 35, 63
Snyder. Sylvia 19. 27
Somers. Tracey 32.63
Sotelo, Stan 38. 58
Spicher. Denise 15. 21, 22. 25. 27
Spicher, John 32. 40. 48. 58
Stebens, Sheila 83
Steines, Judy 66. 98, 104, 109
Steines. Steve 15
Stodd. Rich 10. 69. 72. 80. 83
Strand, George 11
Strandberg. Marty 46. 62. 66, 99. 103,
104, 106, 109 Strange. Lisa 38. 47, 51. 58. 59. 60, 61, 64, 65. 69, 78. 83. 107 Strange. Tim 16, 19, 20 Sullivan. Kellie 32
Sundberg, Steve 16, 19, 20. 24, 27. 83 Swanson, Cyndi 16, 18, 19. 26. 27 Swanson. Darwin 6
Swanson. Jim 46. 62. 99. 103. 104. 106, 109
Swanson, Monte 39,46. 55. 62. 66, 67. 84.
86. 99. 102. 104. 109 Swanson. Richard 6 Swanson, Tiffany 16, 18, 19, 21, 27
Taflinger, Sherri 38. 63, 64 Taflinger, Terri 34, 35 Taylor. Joe 35. 42. 58 Taylor. Mike 35. 40. 58 Taylor. Sherrie 6 Thorp. Shelly 32. 63 Torres, Jason 19. 20
Unger. Jim 46. 55. 83.99. 104, 109
Vail. Kent 16. 19, 20. 24. 27 VanDeWalle. Brad 99. 102, 104, 109 VanDeWalle, Dana 36. 38. 58. 60, 63. 68 Voss. Troy 35. 40, 62 Vroman. Kim 32. 41. 58. 63. 83 Vroman. Wally 13,15, 17. 20, 23. 24, 27
Wallace. Cory 83
Walsten. Beth 16, 19. 21. 22. 27. 83 Ward. Greg 38. 48. 60, 107 Ward. Pam 29. 32. 41. 43. 58. 61, 63 Watson. Orin 107 Willett. Derek 15. 27 Willett. Merideth 32, 51. 58. 81, 83 Willis. Craig 19. 24 Willis. John 35 Wintz, Michael 109 Wofford. Jon 16. 19. 24. 83 Wofford. Todd 38. 46. 64. 66 Wirt. Brigette 32. 58,81.83 Worthington. Stephanie 51, 64. 74, 83. 99. 103, 104, 105. 109
Yarde, Craig 38.46. 58. 68. 78. 86 Yarde. Robert 5. 6.7. 109 Youngren, Rosella 11
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