Abbot Pennings High School - Argos Yearbook (De Pere, WI)

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a £3 ? % ■ -• w mb ysixiM VOLUME 25, 1967 PENNINGS HIGH WEST DE PERE WISCONSIN AUTOGRAPHS DEDICATION The Norbertine Mission of Lima, Peru gained a great asset with the exit of Fr. Fenzl from Abbot Pennings faculty. Many years at Pen- ings merited l im a permanent niche in the aistory of the school. Tis generosity, ability, and persona! interest are more fully realized, now that he has left us. It is in a full realization of the latter that we proudly dedicate this 67’ ARGOS to him. REV. RODERICK R. FENZL, O-PRAEM 4 ADMINISTRATION REV. GEORGE J. FELDMAN, (X Praem Principal REV. GERALD B. KEMPEN, O. Praem V ice-Principal REV. RODERICK FENZJ O. Praem Disciplinarian 5 REV. KENNETH J. DeGROOT O. Praem, Mathematics, Athletic Director REV. BLAINE HOLSCHUH O. Praem, Religion and Guidance I )irector MR. THOMAS W. PIGEON English REV. GERY G. MEEHAN O. Praem, French 6 REV. THEODORE ANTRY O. Praem., Latin REV. CHRISTIAN O’BRIEN O. Praem., Religion MR. Cl IRISTOPH SWOBODA German REV. RAYMOND McQUILKEN O. Praem. English, Religion 7 MR. DON ROBERT LA VIOLETTE American Government Sociology, I lead Coach REV. GILBERT JACOBS O. Praem, French, Latin REV. BRUNO FRIGO O. Praem, World History, Athletics MR. THOMAS TESSNER Chemistry, Mathematics " The art of teaching is only the art curiosity of young minds for the afterwards. " of awakening the natural purpose o satisfying it 8 Anatole France ■ I ; S ■ ' ??!■ mi 1 m ' ' n MR. ROGER ROZNOWSKI Band Director REV. BERNARD BRUNET TE O. Praem, Physics, Science MR. WILLIAM BAUKNECHT English MR. DAVID MINTEN Physical Education MR. JAMES A. OETUNGER Biology 9 HR. HERMAN VOJ ' I LCH Religion MR. GERALD BERNER Mathematics REV. ROBERT HYDE Religion MRS. HAROLD GRIDLEY Typing REV. CLAUDE ZABINSKI Mathematics MRS. CLIFFORD A. CENTEN Librarian MRS. JEAN CARTER Dietician BETTY VANDE HEI Dietician MRS. FLORENCE STONEBROOK Secretary ' W -,-,- ■ - !xji; ■ - - - • - PAUL STEVEN HAEN Junior Vice-President; Student Council President; Varsity Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Club 1, 2, 3, 4. BRADFORD PETER HOFMAN Vice-President Student Council; Key Club 2, 3, 4—Vice-President; Varsity Club 3, 4; Varsity Track 2, 3; Quill and Scroll 3, 4; Varsity Club 3, 4; Student Council Representative 3; Lance 3, 4; Debate 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Dramatics 3, 4; NHS 3, 4; Chess Club 1, 4; Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3. STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS DARWIN fAMES NUSS Student Council Secretary; Student Coun¬ cil Representative 1; Freshman Football; JV ootball 2, Varsity ’ootball 3, 4; Intramural 2, 3; Varsity Track 2, 3, 4; Tennis 1, JV Basketball 3, Varsity Basketball 4; Key Club 2, J, 4; YCS 1; Varsity Club 3, 4. JAY ROBERT VERCAUTEREN Freshman Secretary; Sophomore Secre¬ tary; Junior Treasurer; Student Council Treasurer; Varsity Club 3, 4; Freshman Basketball; Key Club 3, 4; YCS 1, 2, 3, 4; Lance 3, 4—Headline Editor. 13 ■ - M. MICHAEL BAXTER Senior President; Varsity Football 2, 3, 4; Varsity Track 3, 4; (ntramurai Bas- ketball 2, 3, 4; YCS 3, 4; Varsity Club 3, 4; Lance 3, 4. KENNETH JOSEPH i OEHLEIN Senior Vice-President; Varsity Track 2 , 3; Intramural Basketball 2, -3, 4; Key Club 3, 4; Lance 3, 4; Dramatics 3, 4; NHS 2, 3, 4; Varsity Club 2, 3, 4. ClApS OFFICERS PAUL PATRICK MISKELLA Junior President; Senior Secretary; IV Football 1, 2; Varsity Football 3, 4; Varsity Track 3, 4; YCS 1; Varsity Club 3, 4; Intramural Basketball X, 2, 3, 4. CURTIS JOHN ALBERS Senior Treasurer; JV football 1 2; Varsity Football 3, 4; ’’ntramurai Bas¬ ketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Chess Club 4; Varsity Club 4. 14 KARL WILLIAM APPLETON Junior Class Secretary; Varsity Football l, 2, 3, 4; Intramural Bas¬ ketball 1, 2, 3, 4. HENRY ANDERSON Intramural Football 1; Intramural Bas¬ ketball 1, 2; YCS 2. TODD RUSSELL BAKER YCS Treasurer 4; Key Club 3, 4; YCS 2, 3, 4; Dramatics 4. DANIEL LAWRENCE BECK JV Football 1, 2; Intramural Bowling 3, 4; Argos 3, 4; Quill Scroll 3, 4. GERALD WILLIAM BUTNICK Intramural Basketball 4; Intramural Football 1. JOHN PAUL BYERLEIN Key Club Treasurer 3; Key Club President.4; JV Football 1-2; Varsity Football 3-4; YCS 3-4; Intramural Basketball 1-4. DALE ROBERT DAHLKE Student Council Representative 3; JV Football 1; Varsity Football 2, 3; Intramural Bas¬ ketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Track 1; Intramural Football 1. Varsity Club 1, 2, 3; Stu¬ dent Council 3; Chess Club 4. DONALD ARTHUR CLOUTHIER JV Football 3; Varsity Foot¬ ball 4; Intramural Football 1; Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Dramatics 3, 4; Glee Club 4. JERRY PAUL DENISSEN JV Football 3; Varsity Track 4; Intramural Bowling 2; Band 1, 2, 3; Intramural Basketball 2. 16 THOMAS JOHN DE RUYTER )V Football 2; Varsity Football 3, 4; Intramural Basketball 2, 4; Varsity Club 3, 4. ANTHONY FRANCIS DIEDERICH JR. Intramural Bowling 4. " Gee, These bite-size miniburgers are good. " Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 3; Key Club 2, 3, 4; Argos Staf? 2, 3, 4; Lance Staff 3, 4; YCS 1, 2, 4; Intra¬ mural Bowling 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramural Basketbab 2, 3, 4; Dramatics 3, 4; Lance Photographer 3, 4; Camera Club 2; Chess Club 1; Quill and Scroll 2, 3, 4; Pep Band 1, 2, 3, 4. BRETT JOHN DOCKRY 17 MICHAEL EDWARD DOEREN Varsity Basketball 4; Key Club 4; YCS 4. (Transferred from Kansas City) Student Council Representative; President of Science Club; Varsity Basketball 1, 2, 3. DAVID MICHAEL DORO Varsity Basketball 3, 4; Varsity Club 3, 4 PATRICK R. ELLIS JV Football 1; Intramural Basketball 3. " Would you believe a full-house this is very educational.’’ would you believe 18 JAMES WILLIAM FAULDS JV Football 1, 2, 3; Varsity Track 1, 2; Band 2; Chess Club 4; In¬ tramural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 . JOHN NICHOLAS FERRIS Intramural Bowling 1, 2; Intra¬ mural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Var¬ sity rack 4; Argos 2, 3; Chess Club 4 ; Band 1, 2, 3; Glee Club 3, PATRICK MICHEAI, GAUGHAN Intramural Basketball 1, 3, 4 Chess Club 4. JOHN HENRY FELDMANN Student Council 2; Freshman Basket¬ ball; Golf 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramural Bas¬ ketball 1, 2, 3, 4; NHS 4; Debate 1, 2, 3, 4; Lance 3, 4; Argos 3, 4; CCS 1, 2 , 3, 4; Key Club 2, 3, 4. STEVE JAMES FRANKEN Student Council 1; Varsity Football 2, 3, 4; Freshman Football; Varsity Club 2, 3, 4; Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. 19 CLIFF LLOYD GERBERS Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 4; Intra¬ mural Football 1; Chess Club 4. JOHN EDWARD GREENWOOD Freshman- ' Treasurer; Sophomore- ' treas¬ urer; Golf 2, 3, 4; Key Club 3, 4; Y.C.S. 1, 3, 4; N.H.S. 3, 4; Intramural Basketball 2, 3, 4; CLIFF H. GROSS JV Football 2; Varsity Football 3; Intramural Basketball 2, 3, 4; Varsity Club 3; Chess Club 4. DONALD JEROME HAEN Intramural Basketball 2, 3; Bowling 4 . 20 ROBIN MICHAEL HOLZNECHT Varsity Tennis 2, 3, 4; Fresh¬ man Tennis; JV Basketball 1, 2; Varsity Basketball 3, 4; Intramural Basketball 1, 2; YCS 3, 4; Lance 3, 4; Varsity Club 2, 3, 4. WILLIAM PAUL KAFTAN JV Football X; Varsity Intramural Basketball 1, 4; Band 1, 2, 3; Glee Track 2, 3; 2, 3, 4; YCS Club 4. PAUL NORMAN JANQUART Science Club 4; Basketball 4. Intramurai DENNIS FRANCIS JOYCE Class Vice-President 1, 2; NHS Presi¬ dent 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 3; Dramatics 3; Chess Club 1; De¬ bate Team 1, 2, 3, 4; Argos Staff 3, 4; Quill and Scroll 3, 4; NHS 2, 3, 4; Pep Band 3, 4; 21 WAYNE JOSEPH KEMPEN Intramural Bowling 2, 3, 4; Argos Staff 3, 4; Argos Business Mana¬ ger 4; Quill and Scroll 3, 4; NHS 3, 4. GLEN WILLIAM KNOCKEN Intramural Basketball 2, 4; Intra¬ mural Bowling 2. Gunning again BLIMP! ROBERT PAUL KLUSMEYER Freshman Basketball 1; JV Basket¬ ball 2, 3; Varsity Basketball 4; Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3; JV Football 3; Varsity Football 4; Freshman Tennis; Varsity Tennis 2, 3, 4; YCS 1; Varsity Club 4. JOHN EDWARD KOOP Student Council 2; JV Basketball 2; JV Football 2; Varsity Foot¬ ball 3, 4; Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Council Repre¬ sentative 2; Varsity Club 3, 4. Ml THOMAS FRANK LEMEROND IV Football 3; Varsity Football 4; Track 4; Intramural Basketball 4. ROBERT ALLEN LINGL Lance 1; Chorus 4; Intramural Basket- bal 3, 4; Bowling 1, 2 , 3, 4; Track. STEPHEN JESLIN MACCO ntramural Football 1; Intramural Bas¬ ketball 2, 3 , 4; JV Football 2; Track 2, 3; Argos 3, 4; Dra- matics 4. RON JAMES MANDERS Y.C.S. 1; Lance 2, 3; Bowling 2, 3, 4, JEFF PETER MASON Track 1, 2, 4. 23 DANIEL KENT McGUIRE Varsity Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Y.C.S. 1; Key Club 2, 3, 4; Varsity Club 3, 4; Quill and Scroll Dramatics 3; Lance 3; Argos 2, 3, 4 Editor; Na¬ tional Merit, Finalist. JAMES GRANT NAULT Capt. Freshman Basketball; Treshman Football; J.V. Football and Basketball; Varsity Football 3, 4; Tennis 3; Lance 4; T.C.S. 4; Varsity Club 3, 4 LAWRENCE JOSEPH NIES Football 2, 4; Intramurals 2 , 3, 4; Chess Club JOSEPH A. OLEJNICZAK Intramural Basket¬ ball 1, 2, 3; Bowl¬ ing 2, 3 :: STEVE ROBERT OLSON Varsity Football 1, 2 , 3, 4; Varsity Track 1, 2, 3, 4; n- tramural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Club 1, 2, 3, 4 WAYNE E. PETERS Bow ing 1, 2, 3, 4; Drama 3, 4; Science Club 3, 4; Chess Club 1, 4; Band 1, 2, 3» 4; Chorus 3; Debate 4. GREGORY LAWRENCE PIETERS JV Football 3; Freshman Tennis I; Varsity Tennis 2, 3, 4; Intramural Bas¬ ketball 1, 2, 3; YCS 1, 2, 3; Science Club 3, 4; Key Club 3. KENNETH JOHN PETERSON Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Lance 1, 2; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Quill and Scroll 1, 2 Science Club 4; Chess Club 4 DENNIS PATRICK REIS - Varsity Basketball 4; Lance 4; Dra¬ matics 4; National Honor Society 25 JAMES MARK SANDERS JV Football 3; Manager Varsity Foot¬ ball 3; Manager Varsity Basketball 3, 4; Varsity Club 3, 4; Dramatics 4; Band 1; Chorus 2, 3, 4; Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramural Football 1. RICHARD ERNEST SCHMIDT Student Council Representative 3; Fresh¬ man Basketball; JV Basketball 2, Var¬ sity Basketball 3, 4; Key Club 2, 3; YCS 2 3, 4; Debate 2, 3; Intramural Basketball 2, 3; Lance 3, 4; Quill Scroll 3, 4. MICHAEL JACK SCHROEDER Track 1; Manager Freshman Basketball DALE JOHN SMITH Freshman Basketball; JV Basketball 2; Varsity Basketball 3, 4. JOEL ADOLPH SUPITA Intramural Football 1; Tennis 1; YCS 1, 2, 3, 4; Argos 2, 3, 4; Lance 2; Key Club 3, 4; Science Club 3. THOMAS J. TIMMERS Football 3; Varsity Football 4 ; Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Club KENNITH JOHN VAN ASTEN Bowling 1 PAUL ROBERT TREML Science (Tub 3, 4 —President Intra¬ mural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Bowling 2, 4 ; Y.C.S. I, 2; Band 1; ROD J. VAN DYKE Student Council 1; Freshman Basketball; J.V. Basketball; Varsity Basketball 3, 4; Varsity Club 4 27 DALE FRANCIS VAN LANEN Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3; In¬ tramural Football 1; CURTIS JOHN VANEGEREN Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Bowling 1, 2, 3, 4; In¬ tramural Basketball 3, 4; JV Football 1. PETER JAMES VERCAUTEREN Varsity Football 2, 3, 4; intramural Basketball 3; YCS 1; Varsity Club 2, 3, 4. CYRIL JOSEPH VAN SISTINE Freshman Basketball 1; JV basket¬ ball 2, 3; Varsity Basketball 4; Track 2; Lance 3, 4; intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3; National Honor Society 3, 4. THOMAS JOHN WAGNER JV Football 1; Track 1, 2, 4; Sci¬ ence Club 3; Varsity Club 1, 2, 3, 4. mgmmrn m RONALD JOHN WATERMOLEN Band 1, 2, 3; Intramural Basketball 2, 3, 4 OHN B. WELLENS Y.C.S. 2, 3, 4 ; Band 2 } 3, 4 ROBERT MICHAEL WHITNEY Y.C.S. 1, 3, 4 —President; Key Club 2, 3—Secretary 4; Lance 2, 3, 4—-Editor; J.V. Fodtball 1, 2; Varsity Football 3, 4; Freshman Basketball; Varsity Club 2, 3, 4; Debate 1, 3; N.H.S. 2, 3, 4; Op¬ timist Club Boy of the Month; Track 2, 3, 4. JEFFREY PHILIP WILLIAMSEN Track 1, 2, 3; J.V. Football 3; Varsity Football 4; Band I, 2, 3, 4; Howling 2, 3, 4; Intramural » Basketball 2, 3, 4; Y.C.S. 1; 29 ■■■■ O. !V,L . ; .- " . l 1 ,V, ? ; . : ... r-JL . % ,. ... ' ' ' • • Jr ill ' . .«» ' It ®. fcaL ' , " ’ v . : " J ‘ V-O’V. ' .• . % I : -.•.- •-.. -A ' « . v _. — . ■ w W i tflbi : ' iWfr ' «Z " " mvF ' «2t -■. ■ - -f L • - ’ . , - ■ msT •-•: v . ' 4 .3 .i •■» ,u,. • ■ ' V J ' n£% 4 W Tfc: « H - r ii • i w T“ « 4 . .i r y CRAIG HENRY WOZNIAK Bowling 3 GLENN ROBERT ZOCH Dramatics 3, 4; Intramural Foot¬ ball I; Chorus 2, 3, 4; Bowling 1, 2; Intramural Basketball 1, 2. ALAN JAMES ZELTON Intramural Basketball 2, 3, 4. 30 Dave likes??? Math and Music just don’t mix. AI Zelton Arch Food Filcher. An avid scientist prepared for another lab. Paul Haen in a shy mood. All right, who cried " snake”? JUNIOR PROM 1 966 King John Koop coronates Mary Hogan as " Queen of the Prom. Bob Whitney and Dede Hitt along with Mike Baxter and Sally iLyderman decide to sit one out. London Bridge is falling down! Pat Miskella in the grand march with Berne Van Dyck. ALMOST PARADISE Paui Byerlein and Zelda Zorch discuss the evening ' s activities with Pam Brebner and Todd Baker. " Every night should be passed if it were to be our Publilius Syr us After months of planning and work the Junior Prom of 1966 was finally held in the Memorial Student Union of Saint Norbert College on Friday, May 14. The theme of this year’s dance was ' " Al¬ most Paradise” and the music was played by the Aristocrats. fohn Koop reigned as king and Mary Hogan was his queen. The other members of the court were Kathy Baeten and Paul Haen, Elen Pheicie and Karl Appleton, and Berne VanDyck and Pat Miskella Mike Baxter dances with Sally i.yderman. 33 Leading V-Pres. the Junior class are P. Martin— Sec., G. Liebergen— Tres., D. Pres •I C. Danett— 5 ?. ; G. Albers M. Albers G. Andrashko R. Arens P. Baier J. Beyer J. Bray L. Brys T. Bunkei R. Coener J. Cotter D. Faulds R. Fontait C. Franke R. Friebel J. Glowat G. Goluel 34 i:.; i A. Grant III W. Guns P. Hart W. Hart D. Hettmann mm J. Kabat M. Kane D. Klika D. Kolb P. Kolstad mrnm J. Huss M. Huss P. Jacobs D. Jansen A. Janssen M. Jauquet D. Landwehr G. Liebergen W. Mac Mullen D. McConnell P. McWey D. Manders JUNIORS The Student Council Repre- sentatives are Alex Grant—1; Mike Nies—B-2; Jeff Seroogy 35 4 . X-tWB R. Matzke T. Meeuwsen S. Menard J. Nicks J. Nies M. Nies D. Olson W. Peters D. i ’etersen T. Phimiste P. Pieters J. Merline N. Moenssens T. Nelson W. Neuman T. Pronold R. Renkens R. Reis R. Rotzenberg J. Rueden f. Sanders W. Santy W. Sauer 36 JUNIORS P. Schroeder S. Sc huh K. Schuldcs W. Seifert J. Seroogy J. Smits P. Smits T. Smits R. Stefens J. Sterr M. Thomson R. VanCamp R. VandeHei G. Van de Loo R. VanderZanden J. VanDeurzen J. 1 ' . VanDeurzen i VanGemert D. VanGrunsven Vercautcren G. Vissers P. Wall S. Westcott J- Wyckoff J. Zegers 37 f § Leading the Sophomore Class are Pres., S. Joyce; r -Pres., J. Gevers; Sec., B. Duffy; Treas. T. Franken. AI bers Albers mwm IiITHjX : J 3 SE |f|Mi 1 mm 1 f M n ■ ' Vi A. i ' Nk u ii |5=B£djtb : S |% ; U. ' iV mao Cotts Crowley DeCleene ■ ’5 B. Bangert J. Becker C. Benkendorf R. Beverstien R. Brennen M. Byrne S. Calaway T. Cappelle T. Conway D. Cotter 111 ; is ; - . - .. . ” ■ w+ ... T. Dillhunt B. Duffy C. Duffy T. Egan R, Hatley T. Franken C. Garot D. Gay D. Gerbers J. Gevers J. Greenwood A. Hartman P. Hayes F. Hoffman B. Hof man S. Joyce P. Kane K. Kaster M. Kelly R. Kempen J. Kitslaar D. Klika S. Kolb B. Kulkoski 39 The Student Council Representatives are v om Egan—C-I; Urban Landreman— C-2; John Van Wassenhoven—C-3. U. Lamdreman L. Lasee T. Lefebvre J. Leininger T. Ley T. Macco G. Malcore I). Martin T. Miskella I’. Mommaerts J. Nick D. O ' Keefe D. Rabe M. Reedy T. Renkens M, Ronk D. Rottier K. Ryan 40 SOPHOMORES W ra JS V : ; ... , - . •• mx- ' • S 3 ® ' ms nwtji IMfiMis j| ■ Cvi ' is ' ' •■■■■ ' :•:■ SB® oraS pfl t 1 » i 9 • «r 2 ■ ■ Wb m: Oi. 8ft ■; 9 W , m JW v-y.-r::. D. Stewart H. Stordeur T. Swoboda G. Thome J. Timiners Wm C. Van Sistine J. Van Wassenhoven S, Vissers R. Vlies L. Wall R. Sanders D. Santy A. Schabow V. Shier G. Smits P. Van Dyk D. Van Gompel L. Van Lanen M. Van Lanen R, Van Lanen S. Wei lens J. Williams J. Wright M. Wright B, Krueger 41 FRESH M EN CLASS OFFICERS I, Coenen— Pres. P. Byrne—i 7 ice-Pres. J. Koop— Sec. D. Denis— Treas. FRESH M EN J. Aerts f. Albers C. Ama J, Anderson S. Baenen S. Baeten D. Bertrand M. Bilotti M. Biolo J. Birder J. Bomalaski P. Byrne M. Chiuminatto J. Coenen R. Cornelissen 42 D. Danen B. Dauidson G. De Greef D. Denis M. Denis M. Denissin M. Diederich R. Diederich J. Ebli A. Ellis D. A. Fournier R. Franken T. Franken T. Frisquc J. Fry J. Gallagher K. Glowacki P. Grant M. Guerin m $ j, Guthrie M. Hannon M. Hettmen N. Hurley D. Hutjens 43 J. Kempen J. Kirschling J. Kitslaar G. Koerner S. Kolb J. Kolstad J. Koop M. Langer D. I .efebure m E. I .esperance D. Higgins J. Lingl R. Lindquist D. Liska J. Loehlein J. McConnell M. McNulty G. Mancel M. Manders J, Martin j. Michaud Mineau T. Moore I’. Nackers D. Nelson 44 ES2Z9 Mfl _ !■!•! ' i i .■ ■■■. • ■. Vi . gfc ‘ 305 gfriK P. Nelson J. Nles M. Olejniczak M. O’Rourke M. Pansier Peterson Queoff Rcnard Rottier Schlimm fSac w E. Schuh D. Smits T. Smits P. Steckart T. Steckart •Wv ' Mi vV-v .v. .■ •.V .VV.V ,■ | .V.S V J. Sterr M. Strenski M, Supita J, Taylor P. Thompson ‘-V:- :• ; C; : m g Uelmen VandenBranden VandenHeuvel Vanderheyden Van Egeren FRESH M EN 45 M. Vlies D. Warpinski J. Wei land E. We liens R. VanGeraert G. VanGrunsven J. VerHaagh D. VanVeghei O. Westcott B. Wozhiak B. Yuenger J. Zegers FRESHMAN STUDENT COUNCIL REPRESEN ' I ' ATI VES (lejt to right) M. Bilotti J. Nies H. Schuh 46 FOOTBALL Bolstered by a power offense and a very tough defense, the Squires fielded one of the strongest teams in the history of the school. Coached by Mr. Don Laviolette, who was assisted by Dave Franken, they com¬ piled a 4-4 overall and 4-3 conference record. Pete Vercauteren was named FVCC Line¬ man of the Year, and made the All-Con¬ ference, All-State, Honorable Mention, and All-Metro teams. Mike Baxter made the All- Conference, All-State Honorable Mention, and All-Metro teams. Paul I laen made both AI1-Conference and All-State Honorable Mention teams, as did John VanWassen- hoven. John Koop and Karl Appleton made All-Conference. Tom DeRuyter cuts around left end. Large crowds followed the Squires both at home and away. Dale Smith and coaches Don LaViolette and Dave Franken shout encouragement. 48 John Koop was the league’s second lead¬ ing ground gainer. Paul Haen, Penning’s " Iron Man”, started every game in four years. THE OFFENSE From left to right; Jim Nault, Steve ( Isen, John Koop, Jay Vercauteren, Dan McGuire, John Merline, Tom DeRuyter, Paul Haen, Bob Whitney, Mike Nuss, Baxter, and Darwin THE DEFENSE Tom Lemerond, Mike Janquet, Paul Haen, Paul Byerlein, Karl Appleton, Dan Olson, Mike Baxter, I’at Miskella, Pete Vercauteren, Tom DeRuyter and Rob Reis. 49 fflfl a! Back Row —Tom DeRuyter, Larry Nies, Pete Vereauteren, Darwin N uss, Steve Olson, Ron Coencn, Dan. Olson, Tom Phimister, Dan McGuire, Paul Haen. Third Row —Jeff Williamsen, John Koop, Rob Reis, Jay Vereauteren, Tom Egan, Carl Danen, Mike Jauquet, Dan Martin, John VanWassenhoven. Second Row —Pat Wall, (mgr.), Tom Lemerond, Pat Miskella, Tom Timmers, Don Clouthier, John Merline, Bob Klusmeyer, Joe Nicks, Brad Hof man, Dave Faulds, Bob Matzke, A1 Janssen. Russ Brennan, (mgr.), Gary Vereauteren, Paul Byerlein, Jim Nault, Karl Appleton, Mike Baxter, Bob Whitney, Steve Franken, and Dave Klila. I $« Nearing the end of a long evening. Led by Tom DeRuyter, Koop breaks into the open. John Merline is shown handing off to John Koop, with DeRuyter blocking. HOMECOMING HAPPINESS IS HOMECOMING Homecoming King, Paul Haen, and Queen, Pam Krueger, with the other members o: the court who are Mary Hogan and John Koop, Mary Buechel and Steve Franken, and Maureen Golden and Carl Appleton. The first place float, designed by the seniors, entitled " We Stink We’ll Win " and " We’ll Oder-Power Them. Pat Gaughan at " work BASKETBALL 1966-67 R £ G I O N A L C H A M P S - X £ - MM " . J ,j, ; . ' ■ ' ir - 3t i •«- F O u R T H A T S T A T E 53 MIKE DOEREN DAVE DORO DENNIS REIS DALE SMITH ROD VAN DYK SUPER SQUIRE’S” JOHN ALBERS ROBIN HOLZNECHT BOB KLUSMEYER DARWIN NUSS In conference action this year Abbot Pen- ning’s had one of its finer seasons with an 8 win 6 loss record. The Regional Tournament saw the Squire’s knocked of; Premontre, and Marinette Central to gain a berth in the State Tournament. At State, Penning’s ripped Appleton Xavier, before bowing to Milwaukee Mess- mer, and Eau Claire Regis, good for Fourth Place. DICK SCHMIDT STEVE SCHUH C. J, VANSISTINE JIM SANDERS Manager NON-CONFERENCE RECORD APHS OPP 30 East DePere 42 60 Wisconsin Rapids Assumption 67 70 Kaukauna 77 62 Southern Door 73 70 Marshfield Columbus 44 Dave Dorn drives in for two against DePere. Dale Smith shows his basketball talent by blocking an opponents shot. 56 CONFERENCE RECORD PHS OPP 53 Fond du Lac Springs 39 48 Marinette Central 52 54 Appleton Xavier 64 55 Little Chute 50 53 Menasha St. Mary 51 69 Premontre 68 71 Oshkosh Lourdes 53 75 Fond du Lac Springs 51 33 Marinette Central 50 54 Appleton Xavier 59 67 Little Chute 69 64 Menasha St. Mary 60 65 Premontre 63 55 Oshkosh Lourdes 56 Mike Doeren jumps high into the air to bound for the Squire ' s. a re- Dave Doro and Dennis Reis reach to knock a possible basket off target. 57 What’s this a football game? TOURNAMENT TIME Penning’s beat St. Nazianz Salvatorian Seminary 60 to 57, to gain a berth in the Regional Tournament. This year at the Regional Tournament held at the Arena, Penning’s took the cham¬ pionship. The first game the Squire’s de¬ feated Premontre 58 to 49. In the champion¬ ship game they defeated Marinette Central to avenge three years of losing, by a score of 66 to 58. Then came the State Tournament at Mil¬ waukee. The Squire’s beat Xavier, to break a six-year famine, 62 to 55. In the semi-finals Penning’s was nipped by Milwaukee Mess- mer by a score of 47 to 45. In the battle for Third Place the Squire’s were again beaten, this time by Eau Claire Regis 61 to 56. Abbot Penning’s brought home a Fourth Place State trophy. Dave Doro assisted by Mike Doeren pulls down a rebound agains Milwaukee Messmer at the WCIAA State Basketball Tournament. 58 JUNIOR VARSITY From lejt to right , Back Row: Coach Dave Minten, C. Benkendorf, J. Nicks, D. Olson, T. Franken, S. Kolb, and Manager L. Lasee. Front Row: J. Malcore, J. Seroogy, T. Smits, T. Renkens, P. Van Dyk, P. Kane. Chuck Benkendorf moves down court. Compiling an impressive 15-5 record this season, the J.V. team is a bright spot in Penning’s future. Coached by Dave Minten, they quickly jelled into a unified team. Some of the outstanding players were; Dan Olson, Steve Kolb, Tim Smits, Chuck Benken¬ dorf, and Joe Nicks. lorn Renkens during a quiet moment 59 From left to right, Back Row: Manager M. Guerin, J. Martin, G. Kocrner, R. Lindquist, M, Bilotti, S. Kolb, P. Thomp¬ son, T. Moore, and Manager J. Boma- laski. Front Row: R. VandenHeuvel, T. Steckart, L Koop, I. Kolstad, S. Baeten, J. Zegers, P. Byrne. FRESHMAN The future hopes oi Pennings’ Varsity and Junior Varsity basketball teams, this year’s frosh, have compiled a record of 9 wins and 7 loses. The fine freshmen basketball team was once again coached by Father De Groot. Among the top frosh prospects to look for in the future are: Jim Martin and Mark Bilotti. The gun sounds off, muscles tense up and the medley-relay begins. With Jeff Williamsen leading off to a victory. T R A C K Dan Olson stretches high to an amazed crowd. i 61 Jeff Williamsen leaps for paydirt. With the melting of snow the grey figures begin training to wake up the dormant muscles. Track as you know is more an individual sport. In the sense you train your¬ self and nobody is going to run the race for you. When you ' re running down the track you know you’re there because you want to be, and everything you have is being poured on to beat the clock. Then it’s up to your previous training. The victory string stings against your muscles, but it’s a terrific feeling. Last year we were fifth in the con¬ ference, and we made several individual achievements. This year we have high hopes, as we have many returning veterans and we are looking for a comfortable spot in the conference. The coaching staff and team deserve a lot of credit for their great ac¬ complishments and spirit. " Is it the white hummer, no it ' s Bob Whitney. Between races we rest up. Fr, i r enzl measures Dan Olson’s throw during a practice session. Steve Olson pictured here in the Conference meet loosening up to throw the shot-put to a record distance. With the sight of victory just ahead Mike Vandeloo strains every muscle in his body. £3 VARSITY CHEEP HEADERS Left to right: Gini Macco, Jeanne Cornelissen, Denise Nadeau, Pam Krueger, Terry Olson, Barb Van Dyck, and Mary Buechel. An important aspect of athletics is student spirit. The cheerleaders play an important role in instigating and main¬ taining this attitude. Their presence has been a primary reason for the pride which has been instilled in all Pennings backers through the course of the year. Loyal fans cheered the team on at every game at home and away, J.V. CHEERLEADERS Left to Right: Maureen O’Hearn, Linda LeBrun, Sue Ellis, Ellen Miller, Myra Watermolen. Missing was Camille Nadeau. Front Row: Left to Right: S. Joyce, and R. Steckart, J. Birder, J. Sterr, and R. Holznecht. D. Schmidt, J. Nicks, and F. Hoffman. Brennan. Second Row: R. Austin, T. Steckart, P. Third Row: M. Bilotti, B. Klusmeyer, T. Diederich, Front Row; Left to Right: D. Smith, M. Doeren, and P. McWey. Second Row: J. Zeners, P. Byerlein, J. Feldmann, D. Manders, and J. Greenwood. G O L F 65 BLIMPS EDGE GOZORKS IN PLA YOFF FOR CHAMPIONSHIP. _ BOWLING Martin preparing for a promising delivery Wayne Kempen in the backs tretch Compiling a 30-15 record, the amazing 4 Gone-Conclusions copped this years Penning s intramural bowling league title at the Fox River Lanes, This season, filled with greater competition than ever before, saw the “striking” talents of such bowlers as Dan Manders, Fr. Claude, and John Wyckoff. However, aside from the stiff com¬ petition, many of these keglers, who weekly overrun these lanes, come to bowl for the enjoyment and the plain ; r un that this game provides for them. Heck, even the teachers enjoy it. Hopeful anticipation. Pennings Keglers enjoying the finer things of life. 67 PEP BAND Vi: " ! :. V M‘ V. : ' ■.. . . . Front Row, Left to " Right: T. Swoboda, G. Smits, U. Landreman, T. Cappelle, D. Petersen, N. Moensscns, T. Steckart, D. Joyce D. Sant£ Second-Row; M. Petersen, J. Becker, T. Bunker, K. Glowacki, W. Peters, T. Diilhunt, D. Smits. Third Row: V. Shier T VanGemeret, C VanEgeren, B. Dockry, J. Glowacki, P. Kolstad, J. Huss, K. Petersen, K. O’Rourke. Fourth Row: T. Kolstad, C Van- Sistine, R. VandenHuevel. Fifth Row: W. Santy. e Pep Band here at Pennings was cal led upon to play more than ever before. The Band could be heard not only at regular basketball and ootball games, but followed the team to provide entertainment at the State Basketball Tournament. 68 Profit Row, Left to Right: T. Swoboda, G. Smits, J. Cappelle, D. Petersen, B. Hofman, N. Moenssens, J. Birder, T. Steckart, D. Joyce, A. Ellis, D. Santy, Second Row: J. Mommaerts, E. Wei lens, V. Landreman, T. Macco, W. Peters, V. Dillhunt, D. Smits, S. Wellens. Third Row: R. Cornelissen, M. Petersen, J. Becker, T. Bunker, K. G owacki, H. Rottier, D. Rottier, J. WHIiamsen, T. Egan, B. Krueger, D. Denis, M. Panzier. Fourth Row: J. Viles, V. Shier, R. Renkens, T. VanGemert, C. VanEgeren, B. Dockry, J. Glowacki, K. Petersen, P. Kolstad, B. Davidson, K. O’Rourke, J. Huss, B. Sanders. Fifth Row: J. o Kolstad, M. Kelly, T. Greenwood, j. Sanders, W. Santy, J. Nicks, J. Nies, R. VandenHuevel, C. VanSistine, G. Goiveke, and Mr. Roenowski, Band Director. " O m ' SI t ii " § ii :iirnjiii m M o Front Row; Left to Right: M. Strenski, M. Diederich, J. Sterr, T. Angst, J. Kabat, J. Bomoleski, G. Zoch, and Mr, Dudley Birder, Choral Director. Second Row: L. Lasee, J. Aerts, R. Van Gemert, S. Joyce, J. Van Deyrzen, T, Hartman, M. Chiuminatto, R. VandenBranden. Third Row: J, Ferris, T. Crowley, T. Lefebure, P. Denil, J. : ry. T. Conway, J. Williams, R. Lingl, D. Clouthier. Fourth Row ; J. Sanders, J. Kirschling, !. Timmers, W. Peters, E. Lesperance, S. Calaway, W. Kaftan, S. Kolb. STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS; Brad Holman, Paul Haen, Darwin Nuss, and Mis sin z Tav Vercauteren. J 7 i V ■ i j _ ' ™ )ii f ImTj ft. IIM r IS, 1 u — SOPHOMORE REPRESENTATIVES: T. Egan U« Landerman J. VanWassenhoven. J JUNIOR REPRESENTATIVES: J. Seroogy, A. Grant, M Nies. SENIOR REPRESENTATIVES: K. Appleton. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY OFFICERS: Joe Nicks, Dennis Reis, Dennis Joyce, Dan Manders. • i I NATIONAL HONOR SOCII ' TY: Front Row: Joe Nicks, Jeff Seroogy, Gary Liebergen, Tim Zcgers, Bill Neuman, Dan Manders, John Feldman, Second Row, Tack Smits, Brad Hofman, Cyril Vansistine, Ken Loeh ein, Pat Martin, Tennis Joyce, John Greenwood, Top Row; Steve Menard, Dave Kolb, Jim Stern Kempen; Peter Kolstad, Tennis Reis, Pat Mcwey, Bob Whitney, Wayne 72 DEBATE The Varsity Debate team this year consisted of: Marc Wright, Wayne Peters, Dennis Joyce, and Bruce Krueger. Front Roto: Left to Right; D. Dalhke, J. Feldmann, D. Faulds, B. Klusmeyer, T. Timmers, J. Nicks, J. Greenwood, R. Holznecht, B. Hof man, and D. Doro. Second Roiv: C. Appleton, IX Clouthier, J. Merline, B. VanCapp, J. Williamsen, P. Byerlein, T. Deruyter, T. Lemorande, P. Miskella, and D. Smith. Third Row: D. Martin, R. Reis, T. Phimister, J. Nault, B. Whitney, j. Koop, C. Albers, J. VanWassenhovcn, and J. Albers. Fourth Row: M. Tauquet, C Danen, P. Vercauteren, S. Schuh, J. Vercauteren, At. Baxter, K. Loehlien, J. Sanand, L Nies. Fifth Row: D. Olson, G. Vercauteren, D. Schmidt, S. Olson, D. Reis, D. McGuire, and P. Haem 73 :« 4 . == wLi A I Front Row: D. Petersen, T. Hartman, D. Hettman, and M. Biolo. Second Row ; M. Wright, P. Trem!, J. Kershling, N. Hurley, and M. Strenski. Third Rour: W. Peters, D.,O ' Keefe, T. Bunker, P. Kolstad, K, Petersen, and M. Manders. SCIENCE CLUB Officers arc: Paul Tremt, President, and Tom Bunker, Vice-President, With the addition of many new members, Abbot Pennings Science Club has an opportunity of pro¬ ducing many brilliant ’scientists” within the next few years. ’I he moderator of the organization this year is I ; r. Bernard Brunette, who along with the services of President Paul Treml, and Vice-President Tom Bunker have made great strides to broaden the scientific minds of each its members. This year Fr. Brunette, Joe Kershling, and Pete Kolstad attended the University of Wisconsin for a weekend oi learning more about science. 74 CHESS CLUB: J. Nicks, R, Stefens, B. Neuman, G. Liebergan, R. Holznecht, D. Manders, ! . Martin, J. Wyckoff, C. Franken, L. Nies, J, Sterr, B. Peters, D. Peterson, J. Seroogy, S. Menard, Top Row; C. Gross, T. Bunker, J. Ferris, W. Peters, P. Kolstad, C. Albers, R. Renkens, D. Kolb. What the ! ? is that? Something to eat maybe? MEMBERS: ) ' . Supita, J. Feldmann, B. VanCamp, D. Denis, B. Dockry, and J. Zegers. Second Row: D. Vander- Zanden, T. VanGemert, f. Greenwood, K. Loehlein, and M. Albers, Third Row ; D. Nuss, G. Thome, G. Kulkoski, and D. McQuire. BOARD OF DIRECTORS: A. Grant, T. Baker, P. Byerlein B. Hofman, T. Vercauteren, C. Franken, and M. Nies, CLUB President Paul Byerlein calls a meeting to order. AND COMMUNITY SENIOR Y. C. S.: Front Row; T. Baker, eldman, R. Holznecht, 1. Supita. Second Row; B. Whitney, P. Byerlein, S. Macco, Third Row; I. Nault, J. Vercauteren, J. Greenwood, Fourth Row; I. Wellens, R. Schmidt, M. Baxter, D. Reis. The Senior Y.C.S. officers are: Dennis Rennis Reis, Vice-President, Jim Nault, Secretary, Todd Baker, Treasurer, and Bob Whitney, President. 77 JUNIOR Y.C.S. JUNIOR Y.C.S. OFFICERS: D. VanderZanden, President, Carl Danen, Secretary, G. Liebergen, sens. Vice-President, P. Martin, and Treasurer, N. Moens JUNIOR Y.C.S.: Front Row: B. Neuman, D. Klika, D . Denis, K. Schuides, G. Liebergan, D, Manders, M. Albers, J. Beyer. Second Row: J. Smits, B. Matzke, C. Franken, G. Albers, ] Martin, T. VanGemert, J. Seroogy, and D. Vander¬ Zanden. Top Row: J. Sterr, N. Moenssens, G. Vercauteren, B. Siefert, C. Danen, J. Bray, T. Phimister, R. Renkens, J. Nicks, and D. Kolb. 78 SOPHOMORE r. c. s. SOPHOMORE Y.C.S. OFFICERS; B. Hofman, Vice-Presi¬ dent; S. Koib, President; T. Crowley, Treasurer; D. Rottier, Secretary. SOPHOMOR! Y.C.S.: Trout Row: L. Lasee, B. Duffy, W. DeCleene. Second Row; J. Williams, T. Conway, B, Hofman, R. Beverstein. Third Row: T. Macco, B. Bangert, G. Garot, J. Gevers. Top Row: S. Kolb, J. Albers, D. O ' Keefe, T. Renkins, T. Ley, 1. Franken, and G. Thome. SOPHOMORE Y.C.S.; Front Row: S. Joyce, G. Smits, J, Mommaerts. Second Row: M. Ronk, T. Hartman, T. Miskella, C. Duffy. Third Row: K. Ryan, D. Rottier, D. Klika. Top Row: T. Crowley, f. Gevers, F. Hoffman, R. Kempen, and J. Malcore. Mary Martin and Dede Hitt, members of the Academy Sodality, discuss comtemporary teenage problems at a recent Sophomore Y.C.S. party. 79 DRAMATICS “RESCUE MY CASTLE” In the soda shop, ' Terry Meeuwsen sings about her troubles to Randy Krueger. |V AW ; v- 1 This is the go-go scene oi Saturday night. REPORTERS: Front Roiv: L. Mineau, J, Michaud, J. Birder. Second Rote; D. Liska, B. Noaman, J. Feldmann, R. Holz- necht. Third Row: D. Manders, M. Manders, M. McNulty. Fourth Row: J. Nault, D. Reis, T. Bunker, and G. Mancel. EDITORIAL STAFF: Front Row ;B. Hofman, N. Moenes- sons, S. Menard. Second Rote: D. Schmidt, B. Whitney, M. Baxter, and C. J. Van Sistine. VOL. VIII No. 3 ABBOT PENNINGS HIGH SCHOOL, West De Pere, Wisconsin March 1, 1967 Bob Whitney stresses points . . . to his editorial staff. 81 Copy Editor —Dan McQuTre Layout Editor- Patrick Martin The Business staff is composed of Dan Beck and Dennis Joyce. The Layout staff doing their jobs are Colin Duffy, Mark Supita, and Brian Duffy. I would like to personally thank anybody that was associated with this 67 ' ARGOS, for all their help and cooperation during the school year. Fr. Kempen especially deserves a lot of credit in that had it not been for him I would not have been able to give fully of myself, and accept the responsibility that goes along with being a co-editor. We have had many hardships during this past school year with the yearbook, but in all aspects I believe that it has paid off. Steve and I both hope that you enjoy this yearbook as much as we have enjoyed being a part of it Co-Edit or Brett Dockry Here we are again, at the end of another year. The 67 ARGOS is finally finished. There has been much time spent, by Brett and l. We have burned the midnight oi! several nights in order to meet our deadline. sincerely thank Fr. Kempen for his ielp and ideas which guided us to the editing of this book. The business manager and the rest of the ARGOS staff deserve a lot of credit for sacrificing their time and effort toward the completion of this yearbook. I hope this issue of the ’67 ARGOS will remain as a memory to you of the great years, 1966- 67 at Abbot Pennings High. Co-Editor Stephen I. Macco Hard work, money, more work, money, still more work and still more money puts a year book to¬ gether. Let me express my gratitude to all who aided me in providing the finances to produce the 67 ARGOS. Special appreciation is hereby noted to those who obtained the many Ads and the Homeroom Representatives who ’ ' sold” this year’s yearbook. A sincere thanks must be given to our school Secretary Florence Stonebrook for her patience and kindness while handling the financial deposits. Business Manager Wayne Kempem 83 NO ONE SHALL TAKE FROM YOU " :«S DAVE IIAEN Three y ears ago, Dave Haen along with many other seniors graduated. While each graduate went his own separate way, Dave attended Oshkosh State Uni¬ versity. Last summer, a tragedy struck the Haen family, Dave drowned while swimming. Great disbelief struck the minds of every Penning’s student, faculty member, and all his close friends when they were told. Dave was the first alumnus of Abbot Penning’s to reap the joys of his labor. While at Penning’s Dave was Senior vice-president, a Varsity football regular, and a track star. All these achievements Dave accomphshed, his personality, will surely be remembered by all Penning’s students for¬ ever ... 84 SENIOR ROSTER NAME ADDRESS PARISH Albers, Curtis 712 So. 6th St., W. De Pere St. Boniface Anderson, Henry 003 Suburban Dr., W. De Pere St. Joseph Appleton, Karl Route 1, Seymour St. Nicholas Baker, Todd 832 Urbandale Ave., De Pere St. Francis Baxter, Mark l6l Custer Ct., Green Bay Resurrection Beck, Daniel 2007 E. Vista Cr., W. De Pere St. Joseph Butnick, ierald 154 Beaupre Ave., Green Bay St. Matthew Clouthier, Donald 904 Grant St., W. De Pere St. Joseph Dahlke, Dale 909 Greene Ave., Green Bay St. Matthew Denissen, Jerome 2335 Libal St., Green Bay St. Matthew DeRuyter, ' Thomas Route 1, W. De Pere St. Boniface Dicderich, Jr., Anthony Route 2, W. De Pere St. Joseph Dockry, Brett : 645 McArthur St., Green Bay St. Matthew Doeren, Michael 208 N 9 . Huron, De Pere St. Mary Doro, David 741 Morning Glory Lane, W. De Pere St. Joseph Ellis, Patrick 164 Hilltop Drive, Green Bay Resurrection Faulds, James Route 2, De Pere St. Francis Feldmann, John 233 Greene Ave., Green Bay St. Matthew Ferris, John 473 Main St., W. De Pere St. Boniface Franken, Stephen 802 Urbandale, De Pere St. Mary Gaughan, Patrick 728 Lime Kiln Rd., Green Bay St. Mary Gerbers, Clifford Route 2, W. De Pere St. Boniface Greenwood, John 24l St. Mary s Blvd., Green Bay Resurrection Gross, Clifford 1014 Ridgeway B vd., De Pere St. Mary Haen, Donald Route 3, Kaukauna St. Francis Haen, Paul Route 3, Kaukauna St. Francis Hof man, Bradford 501 Roselawn Blvd., Green Bay Resurrection Holznecht, Robin ' 1212 So. Baird, Green Bay St. Mary of the Angels Janquart, Paul 143 Dauphin St., Green Bay St. Matthew Joyce, Dennis Route 2, De Pere St, Paul Kaftan, William 100 Arrowhead Dr., Green Bay Resurrection Kempen, Wayne ,Route 7, Green Bay St. Joseph Klusmeyer, Robert 1409 Quinnette Lane, De Pere St. Francis Kocken, Glen Route 2, W. De Pere St. Boniface Koop, John 1320 Chicago St., De Pere St. Francis Lemerond, Thomas 416 Main Avene, W. De Pere St. Boniface Lingl, Robert 301 Reid St, W. De Pere St. Boniface SENIOR ROSTER (Cont.) NAME ADDRESS PARISH Loehlein, Kenneth 1010 Third St., W. De Pere St. Joseph Macco, Stephen 855 W. St. Francis Rd., De Pere St. Mary Manders, Ronald 519 Dunning Drive, W. De Pere St. Boniface Mason, Jeffery 506 Fourth 5t., W. De Pere St. Boniface McGuire, Daniel 239 Terrace Court, Green Bay Resurrection Miskella, Paul 215 Belle Ave., W. De Pere St. Boniface Nault, James 180 Roselawn Blvd., Green Bay Resurrection Nies, Lawrence Houte 2, Greenleaf St. Mary Nuss, Darwin 426 E. Briar Lane, Green Bay Ressurrection Olejniczak, Joseph Route 2, Greenleaf St. Mary Olson, Stephen 203 W. Whitney, Green Bay St. Matthew Peters, Wayne 2526 Oakwood St., Green Bay St. Matthew Peterson, Kenneth Route 2, De Pere St. Francis Pieters, Gregory 602 No. Broadway, De Pere St. Francis Reis, Dennis 241 Greene Ave., Green Bay St. Matthew Sanders, James 209 No. Superior St., De Pere St. Mary Schmidt, Richard 44 ts St. Mary Blvd., Green Bay Resurrection Schroeder, Michael 414 Simonet St., Green Bay St. Matthew Smith, Dale 823 Main St., Wrightstown St. Paul Supita, Joel 530 Lande St., W. De Pere St. Joseph Timmcrs, Thomas So. 3rd St., W. De Pere St. Joseph Treml, Paul 411 Roselawn Blvd., Green Ba y Resurrection Van Asten, Kenneth Route 2, Kaukauna St. Paul Van Dyk, Rod 705 Main Ave,, W, De Pere St. Joseph Van Egeren, Curtis 1212 Driftwood Dr., W. De Pere St. Boniface Van Lanen, Dale Elm Street, W. De Pere St. Joseph Van Sistine, Cyril 1201 Third St., W. De Pere St. Boniface Vercauteren, Jay 221 Belle Ave., W. De Pere St. Joseph Vercauteren, Peter 508 Dunning Drive, W. De Pere St. Boniface Wagner, Thomas 2353 Meadow Lane, Green Bay St. Matthew Watermolen, Ronald 112 No. Webster, De Pere St. Mary Wellens, John Route 2, De Pere St. Francis Whitney, Robert 830 W. St. Francis Rd., De Pere St. Francis Williamson, Jeffrey 633 N. Superior, De Pere St. Francis Wozniak, Craig 1457 Chicago St., Green Bay St. Mary of the Angels Zelten, Alan 415 So. Erie St., De Pere St. Mary Zoch, Glenn 2428 So. Webster, Green Bay St. Matthew Well guys. If we each chip in a dollar and a half we might be able to swing a half barrel for Saturday night. Here arc a few scenes of our pals and buddies in some candid shots. As you notice we have as much fun in school as we do out of school. Almost as much fun! Take a bow! Strap. Dave. Your left hand is turning black! Mr. Nau ' t! Although the college girls haven’t been out since last fall, please, do not stare! ■ Did you ever eat salt? Hey Bake ' s! The beer truck just pulled into Buck’s! A lew more shots of the Squires. There is also a shot of one of Premontre’s fatal predictions. The faculty o Premontre had a post game dinner of Roast Crow! Calm down, Mike! I wouldn ' t want you to lose your cool Premontre must have a dirty crystal ball. Hey Dave! Do you have that your suit case? THE LEE STORE WETLI LANDSCAPE SERVICE Your Friendly Shopping Center in EAST De PERE The Best Lawn and Garden Service Around P. O. Box 852 Compliments of OLSON TRANSPORTATION CO. LINDEMANN ' S CLEANING 1231 S. Monroe Green Bay, Wisconsin PERE FEDERAL SAVINGS LOAN ASSOCIATION 121 S. Broadway De Pere INSURED SAVINGS—HOME LOANS BARNARD CORPORATION 312 Cherry Street Green Bay, Wisconsin ROGER H. REBMAN ASSOCIATES 414 E. Walnut Green Bay, Wis. OFF: 432-4523 RES: 336-6950 JONDRAIN 505 Main Street Green Bay MEN WEAR 322 N. Washington Green Bay 437-7350 RUMMELE ' S INC. 312 Main Street Green Bay LEO WAGNER INSURANCE 515 George De Pere Wisconsin F. KASTER COMPANY Religious Gifts 321 Pine Street McVEY JEWELERS 344 Main Avenue De Pere " Congratulations Senior Graduates 1967 " ALLOUEZ DRUG STORE, INC 2307 S. Webster Green Bay, Wis, PHONE 437-5463 91 KITSLAAR-LEFEBVRE, INC 414 E. Walnut St. Green Bay, Wis. VAN SISTINE ' S LIBERTY HARDWARE Trustworthy Store 357 Main Ave. Ph. 336-5061 West De Pere Wis. DON POH PIANO CO. 220 N. Adams St AL ZELLER AND SONS 1310 South Monroe Avenue Compliments ALBERS BUILDERS West De Pere Wis. PH. 336-8286 JAXON ' S SHOES 205 North Washington G reen Bay, Wis. The Home of Fine Footwear for Woman. PERKINS PANCAKE HOUSE 201 N. Washington Street Green Bay GREEN BAY BLUE PRINT CO PH. 432-3652 Architectural Engineers ART SUPPLIES PERE JOURNAL Broadway VILLAGE PHARMACY 2661 Libal St. Green FLOYD’S BARBER SHOP 405 Main. West De Pere PERE REXALL DRUGS 92 337 Main St. West De Pere MIKE SAHAIDA INSURANCE 1617 Mayfair De Pere, Wis. STOWES DRUG STORE 375 Main St. West De Pere ZIEFLE OPTICIANS. East Walnut VAN DYKE ' S SHOES AND CLOTHING 345 Main Ave. West De Pere CUSTOM FLOORS 305 Land St. West De Pere Wis. PERE GREENHOUSE 320 Grant St. West De Pere STILLER MUSIC CO 210 Cherry Street Green Bay JAY ' S PHARMACY AND ARGOS ioi s. Broadway SEIFERTS North Washington REINHART SHORE STORE SCHMIDT ' S GARDEN CENTER 804 Jordan Road De Pere Wis. PICK HOGAN ' S SARGENT PAINT STORE Green Bay, Wisconsin Moving to Minneapolis? IN YOUR NAME OR COMPANY FOR ALL TYPES OF BUSINESSES m-- • V- m ' -V-I ' " YOU ' RE NEVER OUT BECAUSE WE ' RE PROFESSIONS ALWAYS IN " Curt advises Carl to hold on to his hat. Dig that aroma! And now it I was running things ■ • There’s nothing like a Muriel, eh Dave. A little dab will do 95 Compliments BERNARD DARLING District Manager NORTHWESTERN MUTUAL 220 N. Madison Street GREEN BAY, WIS. 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