Abbot Pennings High School - Argos Yearbook (De Pere, WI)
- Class of 1971
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Text from Pages 1 - 128 of the 1971 volume:
This year with enthusiastic coaching, experienced personnel and great team spirit the football team did an excellent job against tough opposition during the season. The team lost two close games against the number one team in state (14-13) and against the defending WISAA championship team (23-20). Though they were close, the “Fighting Squires” came out of the game on the short end of the score. The team proved to the conference that they had what it needed to be a champion¬ ship team. The Squires were rated to end up 5th in the conference during the season; but they proved that the sportswriters aren ' t right all the time by beating a strong Ap¬ pleton Xavier team (14-12) and tying for 2nd in the conference. The team spirit proved to be the winning margin at times in close games. The “Green Machine” compiled the best record (7 wins-2 losses) in the ten year his¬ tory of APHS. They not only proved that they had it in them to win in clutch situations to the coaching staff but to themselves during the entire season. With this in mind the yearbook staff is proud to dedicate the 1971 Argos to a foot¬ ball team that the sportswriters thought was destined to be only mediocre but with great determination to win they proved that they weren ' t just any team. Again, congratulations to the entire football team for a fantastic season compiled with raw power and pure determination. Now the challenge is set forth for future teams to meet and even break this record. o Volume Page Dedication Table of Contents Faculty Classes Sports Organizations Advertisements Yearbook Staff. Yearbook Staff: Ned Neumeyer — Editor- in-Chief; Tom Beaupre — Assistant Editor; Rick Kistlaar — Business Manager; Butch Thompson — Layout Editor; Bubba Sauer — Copy Editor; Paul Lasee — Activities Editor; Dick Nocenti — Head Photographer; Joe Martin — Copy Staff Member 4 REV. BRUNO FRIGO, O. PREAM History; Athletic Director; B.A. St. Norbert REV. GEORGE FELDMAN, O. PREAM Principal; M.A., Villanova REV. THEODORE ANTRY, O. PREAM Dean of Discipline; Latin M.A. Marquette REV. THEODORE ANTRY, O. PREAM ' REV. BRUNO FRIGO, O. PREAM Administration REV. GEORGE FELDMAN, O. PREAM REV. GILBERT JACOBS, O. PRAEM, Lotin, French MR. DAVE MINTEN, J.V. Coach, Physical Education Faculty MISS MARION HAMMES, U.S. History, German MRS. CLIFFORD A. CENTEN, Librarian MRS. HAROLD GRIDLEY, Typing, Bookkeeping t SR. LOUISE HUNT, English REV. BERNARD BRUNETTE, Science MR. THOMAS TESSNER, Chemistry MR. JAMES OETTINGER, IW»Utr )0U if FRATER DAVID KOMATZ, English MR. DONALD RICHTER, Chorus Director REV. KENNETH DeGROOT, Mothematics; Freshman Basketball Coach MR. WILLIAM BAUKNECHT, MR. DONALD LaVIOLETTE, Varsity Cooch; Sociology MR. KAY GAINACOPULOS, Band Director MR. JOHN WEYERS, Mathematics; Argos Advisor MRS. DICKHUT, Con. Problems, Amer. Government MR. SLACK, Mathematics REV. ROGER VANDEN BUSCH, Counselor; Religion 12 MRS. FLORENCE STONEBROOK, Secretory MRS. JEAN CARTER, Dietician BETTY VANDE HEI, Dietician MR. NEIL BINON, Maintenance Engineer MRS. MARGARET LEICK, Maintenance ✓ , . Seniors Richard Byrne TIMOTHY McKENNA JOHN P. FAULDS WILLIAM VERBOORT MARK TORINUS A CURTIS BOEHM TERENCE BRENNAN 19 2i its . ; i I; V tV TIMOTHY ENRIGHT PETER FALK GARY GUSTAFSON JOSEPH GUTHRIE 22 RICHARD EDMUND JENSEN GARY KABAT 23 24 ANTHONY KWATERSKI PAUL WILLIAM LASEE 25 RONALD FRANCIS MATZKE JAMES NACKERS STEPHEN GERARD NIES JAMES NICK DENNIS DALE PANSIER ROBERT JOHN PEETERS 28 » n j m Uhm ’ « -. ' -j ?TmW? 7?!k sJi.C ' ' JEFFREY ROGERS MARK STEPHEN ROPELLA 29 JOHN SCHMIDT WARREN SIMONEX 31 GEORGE SLAVEK ROGER SMITH REMY STEPHENSON WILLIAM SMITS 32 JAMES STOWE PETER THOMSON THOMAS TOOHILL MARK VANDEN BUSCH 33 GERARD VAN LANEN 34 ALLEN VAN LANEN THOMAS WASSENBERG i ' t4l i in PHi „» jy,3 » 1 . i . B tt P. Albers R. Albers J. Boeten J. Barrette CLASS OFFICERS: Chip Thome, Larry Decleene, Mike Meeuwsen, Missing: Jerry Wagner. K. Belker J. Birder K. Callaghan G. Clark B. Butnick 0. Clouthier R. Coenen T. Colts D. Dahlgard T. Danen D. Oe Broux T. Enright K. Fowcell J. Gagnon G. Griese Juniors R. Hum B. Kempen M. Kerkhoff R. Kitslaar 39 T. Knouf S. Kramer S. Krienke C. lorscheid J. ley M. lurquin 0. Mocco J. Manders J. Marlin M. Maurer T. McCotter M. Meeuwsen J. Merline C. Mooren G. Mueller R. Nelson P. Neugent J. Newhouse B. Olson T. Rasch C. Riley R. Robertson K. Ryan D. Sauvey J. Schemchel K. Schuldes D. Schwartz D. Seeman l. Smeester D. Smits 40 R. Sterr D. Strenski S. Swan D. Thome M. Tickler M. Von Camp M. Van Donsel P. Van Dyke V. Van Gomort REPRESENTATIVES: Tom Colts, Scott Krienke, Ron Vercauterin. Missing: Joe Martin. M. Van Grunsven R. Vercautcren G. Wagner D. Worpinski P. Weisse W. White R. Wiese P. Wiltgcn J. Witteborg V ' fit .,4 VJ P . L “ 1 m fife; wftiOgOTTJOW K. Belker J. Berner D. Bichle M. Biclin P. Broull T. Brogai J. Chrislii K. Clone T. Dancr P. Deacc J. Denis M. Fescr S. Frond J. Frankr 1 I rV Tfc . | K. Alben P. Allard P. Arant P. Austin S. Austin P. Baeler M. Gallagher R. Gerbers J. Gleason J. Greeley A. Hanson T. Heinfzill R. Hendricks J. Hoida J. Jacobs C. Jensen M. Johnson Sophomores They Look to the Future! P. Jones K. Joyce P. Kelly A. Kitslaar D. Kocken M. Kolb K. Kulkoski K. Landry J. Larson f i ■ -si ■ if i ‘ 1 Ligfi ! L 54 L H R. Matekine T. Leiberg M. Maternowski K. Martin G. LeMieux J. Matzke G. McMonagle J. Mortell J. McKeever J. Mennen G. Newhouse R. Nocenti [T 1 J. Stongel J. Stewort R. Thiesfeldt I. Thompson R. Thomson D. Tomcheck J. Ulmen D. Vondcnberg D. Vonderheyden M. Vannieuwenhoven J. Vercauteren M. Ver Haagh T. Webb J. Weiland E. Wright T. Zeller Sophomores Are Loud, But They Lead. r ' 1 vf ' V’ 1 r 4 1 1 | • -— 7 m f ' 1 J. Rice V T J. Rueden S. Seidl J. Shanahan M. Beibel G. Binish D. Birder S. Blahnik K. Brick J. Brickner G. Barrette R. Bauknecht C. Boehn D. Boyea J. Brogan C. Burton J. Byers D. Calaway T. Callahan J. Cappelle Freshmen Are New and Interested T. Davidson D. De Broux V| V‘ HH Mi 1 Ml ( " jKf - V4 f M fj Hy, . a .W. ' T l 1 • . j%»§ n i»s » wbm ■■ h m § i ' J. Dorschel S. Ecker M. Faulds G. Ferris K. Flohive S. Hendricks M. Hitt J. Hughes J. Joyce J. Kabat M. Kaster E. Kiley R. Kitslaar v; . J. Kocken M. Koerner M. Kolb R. Kolb J. Koop S. Kraemer J. Kriwanek J. Landreman M. Fritsch J. George C. Gilling G. Gorenc J. Hahn J. Hannon T. Leanno M. Lemens D. Malaciewski W. Monders E. Martin K. Malhys T. McCotler M. McFadzcn D. Meikle G. Menncn T. Merline J. Miskella J. Montgomrty M. Moran M. Neugent M. Newhouse M. Pollatz R. Prochniak M. Regan T. Reince R. Renkens R. Rifleman W. Rueden J. Sahaida D. Sanders M. Schleis W. Schober E. Schumacher J. Schumerfh J. Seymour 1 1 . - 1 ■ ' tyl I K MM k W 9J 1 i P te mF ' W 1 m n liw 1 : 1 __ ___ 1 1 _, 1 B . ||| i m L j r kJ i . 4 j ■ V •■ J r | ■B SO I V Kv i m i W ' 1 w They Are Our Leaders of Tomorrow. D. Smits J. Smits R. Strenski J. Sweney M. Swoboda P. Telcak K. Thiesfelst J. Tilkens J. Tweet M. Vande Wolle W. Van Dyk D. Van lanen J. Van Remortel P. Van Sistine J. Vercautern D. Vincent D. Warpinski M. Wellens R. Williams T. Wiltgen M. Wood J. Wright F. Zink 49 or eoki n --Z " OrPf , ' ' 0 a V c Vo 0 c.e s Pejinings lops Ashwaubenon ■ Stephenson ' s Passing f n " s 3ounced t 7.4-54 r Pennings Stuns MR. DONALD LA VIOLETTE Head Coach MR. AL GROVES Line Coach Football MR. DAVID MINTEN Defensive Backfield Coaches GENE LA VIOLETTE Offensive Backfield 52 BACKS: Front Row: K. Martin, M. Feser, R. Peeters, D. Neumeyer, R. Kitslaar, J. Faulds, P. Davidson, P. Allard, E. Wright. Back Row: P. Gigot, B. Butnick, J. Clark, T. Thompson, R. Stephenson, T. Cotts, G. Griese. Combination of Fudd and Greise makes a tough pair. 53 LINEMEN: Front Row.-T. Enright, S. Nies, J. Manders, J. Matzke, J. Berner, Mole, K. Callahan, J. Birder, P. Kelly, R. Robertson, L. Smeester. Standing: T. Knauf, B. Bauknecht, R. Oodenhoven, S. Krienke, R. Reis, T. Sauer, M. Meeuwsen, T. McKenna, L. De Cleene, M. Reed, J. Mortell, T. Beaupre, J. Vercauteren, Manager, R. Sauvey. 54 ■ TW 1 r M 9 ENDS: Front Row: G. Gustafson, K. Schuldes, T. Enright, J. Guthrie, M. Peeters. Top Row: G. Kabot, G. Miller, P. Arant, D. War- pinski, M. Van Grunsven, T. Pressentin, J. Greeley. Coach and Remy discuss strategy. No. 1 shows his power. 56 58 lorcn goes all the way. J.V.’s J.V. ' j toke □ breather on the sidelines. The team makes little work of their aggressors. 59 Freshmen move closer to a score. Freshman Football Frosh subdue to pressure. Squires go for a touchdown. 60 As the Squire gang mount their hogs . . . 61 62 Remy eludes defender, goes for two. Butch shows rebounding power. Dyke puts one in the hoop. Dyke works the ball in towards the basket. 6T Dyke shoots from the corner. 66 Chuck plays lough defense. Gagnon puts one up and in. Paul shoots over his defender. Dyke shoots a fifteen footer. 67 68 Squires warm up before the game. I don’t even like basketball, The Squires control the boards, Todd endures for two. Deacon lays one up. 70 Chuck lips it in. 71 72 Peelers shows power. Deacon goes over his man for two points. J.V. team celebrates in shower after a victory. 73 Whot did Coach say about crossing the legs? coming, coming Coach, I ' ve got to go to the bathroom. Fuzzy advances in leaps and bounds, Practice mokes perfect. Envious rival watches " Credence” hurl the shot. John stretches for first, Golf Top: R. Stephenson, R. Huss, H. Ecker, J. Rice, and L. Thompson. Front: J. Whitney, B. Van Sistine, T. Fritsche, D. Sauvey, J. Clack, and T. Presentin. 78 Tennis f Yt r K ROTHE McMONAGLE CLANCY KARPINEN SMITS AUSTIN 79 Pudeyes No. 1 Bowling Gary Gustafson, Curt Boehm. Bottom: Tom Beaupre, Bruce Bauknecht Left to Right: Pete Kirshling, Bill Smits, John Beilin, Pete Thompson (The Bowling Bombers No. 2 Bowling Team) MW J - I : Lf •; ' WM M I- IlSLJPif?!S ' 5 ' l Sl! mt a mi at d JiSm. kf ? f! I j LV9 • — I 1 Intramural Does it, or doesn ' t it. Buckets Steve watches as his teammate does inspiring things. 81 ■ Martin for two. Look Paul she touched me. 83 N • n Homecoming Floats Juniors First Place Float. Sophomores Freshmen K. Joyce, S. Krienke, J. Rice Lance Staff Back: P. Thompson, D. Korpinen, D. Smits, G. Hoffman, P. Rothe. Front: P. Creviere, M. Wood, S. Swan, B. Von Sistine, P. Wood, R. Jen¬ sen, B. Aerts, B. Ver Boorl. 87 Back Row: P. Kirschling, T. Toohill, P. Wood, K. Joyce, and R. Reis. Center: W. Wellens, T. Beaupre, J. Witteborg, J. Wogner. M. Vannicawenhoven, D. DcBrouk, J. Kolb. Front: G. Vannicawenhoven, D. Clouthier, S. Swan, G. Ferris, J. Larson, and M. Kolb. Back: J. Kriwanek, T. leiberg, N. Ecker, T. Kwolerski, D. Daulgord, J. Rueden, J. Stewart, l. Thompson, and N. Neumeyer. Center: M. Swoboda, W. Ruedon, P. Von Sistine, J. londremon, K. Kulkoski, P. Davidson, T. Davidson, K. Clancy, T. Reince, J. Gilling, J. Rueden, J. Stengel, R. Austin, T. Pressintin, ond J. Supita. Front: G. Slavek, J. Foulds, S. Ecker, D. Hcttman, M. Faulds, and D. Smits. B a n d 68 Science Club The Science Club is a relatively new organization and not much is known about it. They do have projects to do. The biology section this year tested the pollution content of the Fox River. The Science Club goes out on field trips to widen their knowledge of the scientific world. Camera Club This year the Camera Club under the direction of Mr. John Weyers went into the darkroom and learned the techniques of picture developing. They had a project to do to consist of twelve pictures of everyday life and things pertaining to it. 89 c I u b Back: G. Gustafson, P. Folk, R. Matzke. Front: T. Sauer, T. Knouf, B. Von Sistine, P. Wood, D. Sauvey. Varsity Club The Varsity Club is an organization of all the lettermen in Abbot Penning ' s High School. These lettermen range from Golf and Tennis to Basketball and football. This organization is to be looked up at because their competi¬ tiveness and team spirit really makes a school whole. So, keep up the good work. 90 Back: D. Dclgord, P. Thompson, D. Huss, J. Whitney, J. Willond, P. Gigot, R. Jensen, S. Swon, B. Van Sistine. Front: J. Berner, J. Vercautercn, J. Schmidt, T. O ' Brien, B. Albers, D. Higgcns. I think the batteries in my whistle are dead. 92 The boy cheerleaders for this year were: Tim O’Brien, Pete Thomson, Bill VerBoort, M. Heintzkill, C. Albers, Roger Smith, Dick Byrnes, Bubba Sauer, Tim McKenna, Bill Van Sistine, Paul Sanders, and Tim Enright. Cheerleaders Peggy Beisel, Debbie Curran, Nancy Beeten, Sara Hillen, Sis Falk, and Karen Flahive. Chuck Albers and Cathy Canning parade in front of the crowd. mn rm m WmiMWmWt mmmmim 1970 Butch Thompson and Kathy Greeley join in on the Grand March. Junior 94 Bruce Bauknecht and his date enjoying the view. King Jeb Guthrie and Queen Maureen McDonough lead off the dancing for the night. Prom Mike Olejniciak and Pete Weisse and their dotes take a rest during the dance. 95 One of the activities the Seniors undertook was the pointing of the team bus. One activity everyone does is try to get out of school, here Jerry Wagner tokes o crack at it. Intramural basketball is a school sponsored activi¬ ty which almost all participate in. Here Tim Danen does his thing. 96 Activities Activities 97 SMITH-SMITH ROELS MURPHY Insurance Service Since 1872 INSURANCE 117 South Broadway Dial 336-4241 De Pere, Wisconsin 54115 417 So. Monroe Ave. Green Bay, Wise. REINHART SHOE STORE 106 S. 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Acoustic Treatment Glass—Carpeting—Tile m Green Bay tissue mills inc. quality paper and disposable products Compliments of GREEN BAY DROP FORGE CO. Compliments DePERE of DAIRY QUEEN BRAZIER PACKER CITY 3616 Riverside Drive PLYMOUTH P. O. Box 181 DePere, Wis. 54115 113 m J.W.M Inc We Specialize in the Necessities of Life FAST CARS BEAUTIFUL WOMEN GOOD LIQUOR MOON LIGHT ADVENTURES FINE WINE WEEKEND ESCAPADES FIDDLERS PROM BALLROOM The Quiet Life J.W.M. President J. C. Secretary R.D.G. Vice President J.C.S. Treasurer C.R.S. Initiates Fun and Games US Aw, please Kathy? Anyone want to play hide and seek? Contemplating the better things of life?? Then he said, come in Tokyo. Anyone got a football? w • - __« ■ v . :• " • 7 • r-.T ! ■’ Jj 7? ff r»f ‘r il ll IJ ' i 11 If 1 » % % V —r: —•_- y 7 c ' o r C ' 0 77 0 2S7y RADEMACHER STUDIOS THE FRIENDLY MILL 407 Main St. West DePere, Wis. West De Pere Wisconsin Thank You to all who had to do with the book this year. VY CHARLES LEINIGER Professionals in Photography and Oil Portraits 117 Argos Staff Members Rick Kitslaar Bubba Sauer Tom Beaupre Joe Martin Paul Lasee Ned Neumeyer Paul Davidson tick Nocenti This completes a yearbook for the year 1 971 and my sincere hope for it to satisfy your needs. 119 No one really knows how much work and time it takes to put a yearbook together until they are on the staff of one. This year’s book went through many trying moments until it was finished. I would sincerely like to thank our understanding advisor, Mr. John Weyers, for putting up with all the goofing off the year¬ book staff did this year. I would also like to thank Fr. Feldman for the chance he gave us for putting out this book. The staff is a real essential part to a yearbook and without them this book still wouldn’t be finished, so thank you very much staff members of the 1 971 Argos for all the work you have done for me. I would also like to thank all the patrons who bought ads in the 1 971 Argos for their economic help to make this yearbook a reality. This book was extremely fun to work on and I don’t think I would have missed it for anything. Again, thank you to all who were affiliated with this year¬ book. Editor-in-Chief NED NEUMEYER
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