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

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ABBOT PENNINGS HIGH SCHOOL EDITORIAL STAFF: John Tweet- Greg Gorenc — Mike Pollatz — John Landreman Cal Burnton- Jeff Berk- -Editor-in-Chief —Business Manager Advertising Manager -Copy Editor -Sports Editor -Photography A por. p , ! «Vf.; ■ I r:vv. : - .3 ' G ' ( ' j ■ • • . . ■ ■.,■! PJli Si® ••:• ' : • " .V’V. ' . ' i fliWrff- • ■- ' ■■ • • ; $ :. • CiS? ■ I... . ,. To the administration, faculty, staff, and student body I proudly dedicate this edition of an over 40 year tradition. For no one deserves it more than you. Each one of you is responsible for making Abbot Pennings what it is today, an institute of secondary education striving for excellence in all areas. It is to the administration because it is they who literally keep the school going. It is to the faculty, for it is they who strive to give the young men here at Pennings an education that they can carry with them the rest of their lives. But mostly it is to the Student Body of Abbot Pennings. It is true that it is the students who give Pen¬ nings its downs, but it is also the students who give Pennings its ups. It is all of the above reasons that I dedicate this yearbook, for no one person is responsible for Abbot Penning’s past, present, or future. And it is in working together that we can keep Pennings what it is, a great place to go to school. For everyone knows that it ' s great to be a Squire. John Tweet Editor-in-Chief r ■ ••• -■• 1 V,.-,.,:. ' .; tSSs™ . ■ i. 5. Xv ' WAI Is f- ' A w ' U ' - ivM. Administration 1» u m« jraJV ■ ;YaS- ; MWEfc i -hk ' ;. ■ -sr: wlpfe l . .JMiM i: • j $!, « ' hi, . M m ' [A • ■ . 2 - M l!Hl i Hi JfllC :.i ■ ■... 4 |, .ri III lilliili ijjJ.... I I S lllff i 1 ®-wlii Fniir ■ " ■Mil A ' . ' ; i[ jgf 1 ? ' ’ ' |R REV. GILBERT JACOBS - Principal REV. ROGER VANDEN BUSCH - Guidance Director, Psychology, Council Moderator , Student IKWIi ■Ml pjrf-ri • a ' rM! i : r : " ' : ■ W 1 ' ISll I, ■ ,• L™«. V £ ■ T. fir g r Dr hi inaWr li ' flttfiSmFi Biiiti aisiBifepi ■ w i ,iW !i ' i«iil l ! ' l , . • ■ ipji Jp! " : 1,1 ' »»pi pi i a fg»iSBa „; t sasiKSIS mSUKBm eitffl li REV. BRUNO FRIGO - World History, Athletic Director, Environmental Studies 6 MR. DONALD RICHTER - Chorus, Camera Club, Swing Choir, Musical Producer MR. THOMAS TESSNER - Chemistry MR. WILLIAM BAUKNECHT - English, Musical Director, Practical Humanities, Video Taping 7 MMEPl flU iiSS — JBPpM mmi ; " ' ii :: i : REV. ANGELO FELDKAMP - Guid¬ ance, Religion DOCTOR WALTER COYLE - American His¬ tory , Track, Cross Country MR. RICHARD WEHNER - Band m. . -.‘•r dstfi ■r.TjTjP REV. KENNETH DeGROOT - Math, Bookstore, Key Club 8 MS. HAROLD GRIDLEY - Typing, Accounting, General Business MR. DON LaVIOLETTE - Sociology, Head Football Coach, Head Basketball Coach, Varsity Club Modera¬ tor MR. ALLEN SLACK Economics, Geometry 9 : : I t:;. ' ; 11 v.i : W: , ; V- .■ t: iilp iVi-Vvit- ' ■ ■. ■. ■:-■ ■ .■■.■ .• Wmmk :-m Piili mm : ■’ : . ; t rtsJsl 11 Faculty SR. LOUISE HUNT - English, Lance Moderator i i i MR. DAVID MINTEN - Physical Educa¬ tion, JV Football Coach, JV Basketball Coach, Track r n H. iflll! MR. ALLAN MEINHARDT - German, Yearbook Moderator 10 MR. MATZKE, Senior Religion mm }m--■ F-I • • . I; ' ;. .- I F - ■ ' m :o: : .FF F? ' ;.F . .£ ■ a f SISTER JANET, REV. BERNARD BRUNETTE - Physics, Chess Club MR. WILLIAM DARGON - Personal Finance i i i ■ i MR. EDWARD BYRNE - English, Soccer « MR. THOMAS PIGEON - English, Speech, Debate REV. WILLIAM VAN DE KREEKE - Latin REV. GARY MEEHEN - French, Religion 13 ■ -S FgasgffisK FR, HOGAN, Latin, Religion BSS 4 FRATER GIBBONS, French I I I I i I K i: - Wm mmsi mjM-: :■! • ■ MR. ELMER, French 14 MRS. CLIFFORD CENTEN - Librarian REV. GEOFFERY CLARIDGE - Librarian MRS. FLORENCE STONEBROOK - Secretary 15 •V ■n ' flpJi asestVJ ' • " •■:• ■ - -•‘i- - ” ■ iBiii PB Kms ' 1 ■! ■ ; »H I i) UjAU mm .MTun.Ti- ' 8 . •. . » - Hiii ■ J ' jjfr 1- . " - " - 1 fsn V : . ; - • ••- - T arC .-jjTr;. T -ar r _ -f-c V- V. JF - •X F ‘ MR. MICKEY KAIN - Maintenance MRS. ALBERS - Maintenance wmii£ ■■R -hi mi u ' iwisfS ■!JI ' 1! JiWii m ml 1 Jill r ill 11| pj MRS. J. CARTER - Dietician MRS. BETTY VANDEI HEI - Dietician 16 PART I: MATCHING Directions: Match the following teachers with the appropriate saying. 1. Fr. Jacobs a. 2. Fr. Frigo b. 3. Mr. Oettinger c. 4. Fr. Vanden Busch d. 5. Fr. DeGroot e. 6. Fr. Claridge f. 7. Mr. Elmer g- 8. Fr. Hogan h. 9. Fr. Van De Kreeke • i. 10. Mr. Byrne • J. 11. Mr. Pigeon k. 12. Fr. Meehan 1. 13. Fr. Feldkamp m. 14. Sr. Louise n. 15. Fr. Brunette 0 . 16. Sr. Janet P- 17. Dr. Coyle q 18. Mr. Minten r. 19. Mr. Bauknecht s. 20. Coach LaViolette t. 21. Mr. Dargon u. 22. Mr. Richter V. 23. Mr. Slack w. 24. Mrs. Centen X. 25. Mr. Wehner y- 26. Mr. Meinhardt z. 27. Mr. Tessner aa. 28. Mrs. Stonebrook bb. 29. Mrs. Gridley cc. 30. Mickey Kain dd. 31. Betty Vande Hei ee. 32. Jean Carter ff. 33. Mrs. Albers gg 34. Fr. Gibbons hh. 35. Mrs. Kersten n. ' ' That ' ll be a half hour. _ ' ’ Cheeto Bandito! _ " That’s the whole ball game. " _ ' ' Scare Pere! _ " You can call me Ed, or Mr. B., but don ' t call me Mr. Ed. " _ " It ' s no ball of wax. " _ " ACT deadline is Oct. 21. " _ " GAD! !! " _ " Ah-Ah-Ah. " _ " Shut up! " _ " Camp Tivoli " _ " T.T. " _ ' ' Checkmate! ' ’_ " Do I hear an echo? " ■at " Dummkopf!! " _ " And yours? " _ " Our favorite dish " _ " 1, 2, 3 and type. _ ’ ' Here is my kid in his little red wagon. ’ ' _ " Get out of my boiler room. " _ " Women Working " _ " Can I help you? " _ " Dynamite Don " _ " That ' s a bunch of crap. " _ ’ ' Sugar Island _ " What a mess! ’ ’_ " Oscar Mayer " _ ' ' I think you better go back to your study hall. " _ " I think I need another haircut. " _ " Nip, Nip, Nipper. " _ " What’s up Doc? " _ " Have you ever eaten a pine tree? ' " Hogan ' s Heroes " _ " Who drove the van in der creek? " " Lance articles are due Friday. " _ MARK ALLEN ! ■|H| RANDALL BAUKNECHT Most of us come along ever so slowly. We went from one world into another that was almost exactly like it, forgetting right away where we had come from, not caring where we were headed, living for the moment. Do you have any idea how many lives we must have gone through before we even got the idea that there’s more to life than eating or fighting, Johathan Livingston Seagull MARTIN BIEBEL GUY BINISH 19 Seniors. . . worrying about sat and act scores . . . your last homecoming . . . senior ball . . . a winning football team . . . coach’s sociology class . . . your 18 th birthday . . . last year of detentions . . . saying good-by to close friends . . . graduation. . . quarry parties . . . a winning basketball team . . . mr. bauknecht’s english class . . . caps and gowns . . . getting ready for college . . . portraits. . . working. . . lunchroom brawls ... the play . . . the interim . . . but most of all to be a senior is to be the best person that you know how to be, and above all remember that it’s GREAT TO BE A CRAIG BOEHM I KEVIN BRICK ; ' :y;-vv5 V V " ? r i 1 ,:.:;-- ' --- • ; • .• v ■ • : ‘ -W ' : - : m ?wv . ■: :• V m : « JOHN BROGAN CAL BURNTON JAMES BYERS If our friendship depends on things like space and time, then when we finally overcome space and time, we ' ve destroyed our own brotherhood! But overcome space, and all we have is Here. Overcome time and all we have left is Now. And in the middle of Here and Now, don’t you think that we might see each other once or twice? Jonathan Livingston Seagull DALE CALAWAY 22 TIMOTHY CALLAHAN JEFFREY CASE STEVEN CLARK Mutt and Jeff • ' j -1 - . »:• . • ' lE DAVID DE BROUX JOSEPH DORSCHEL MICHAEL FAULDS 23 Mmm Sfgviy GEORGE FERRIS If man does not keep pace with his companions, perhaps it f s because he hears a different drummer. Let him step to the music however measured or far away. Henry David Thoreau i i KEVIN FLAHIVE JAMES FRISQUE MICHAEL FRITSCH rfeW ■ • ■ - ».- ; ■ V»V . HI m JOHN GEORGE GREGORY GORENC JOSEPH HANNON 24 SCOTT HENDRICKS MICHAEL HITT JAMES HUGHES Fans cheer as Senior float passes! 25 JEFFREY JOYCE JAMES KABAT MARK RASTER What profit has man from all the labor which he toils at under the sun? One generation passes and another comes, but the world forever stays. The sun rises and the sun goes down; then it presses on to the place where it rises. Blowing now toward the south, then toward the north, the wind turns again and again, resuming its rounds. All rivers go to the sea, yet never does the sea become full. To the place where they go, the rivers keep on going. Ecclesiastes 1; 3-7 gg li ... .■ ... •:... w . .. v . .1 . . . pro 1 ■■■■■ vvVV .VW. ' ’ ;£:■ ;•: 1 ;■ .■ •; £.?■. " ..if. ' ■ wm EDWARD KILEY ROBERT KITSLAAR JEFFREY KOCKEN 26 JOSEPH KOOP £.T sfc igii ■ IS ■ : v- ::: ‘ . 3ft SCOTT KRAEMER 27 JOHN LANDREMAN TODD LEANNA • . : : " Vs : ' ■ y DALE MALACZEWSKI WILLIAM MANDERS bf-, r ' -h ■ ,. 1 , THOMAS McCOTTER MICHAEL McFADZEN MARK LEMENS KENNETH MATHYS DOUGLAS MEIKLE 28 THOMAS MERLINE JON MINEAU JOHN MISKELLA • •• . : Illilil ■ y-.-. . ' - ' - ' ■ » ■ : •• ■ I -■T - 111 JAMES MONTGOMERY MARK MORAN MICHAEL NEUGENT There are two tragedies in life . One is not to get your hearts ' s desire, the other is to get it. Bernard Shaw MARK NEWHOUSE 1 MICHAEL POLLATZ ROBERT RENKENS ROBERT RIFLEMAN JEFFREY SAHAIDA DAVID SANDERS MIKE VANDEWALLE OUR ROCKETTES! 30 MICHAEL SCHLIES ERIC SCHUMACHER JOHN SCHUMERTH DANIEL SMITS JEROME SMITS ROBERT STRENSKI ' A. P. H. S. Ballet Club 31 m :■ l- « ■, . -M ' . ' L I I I . If. -frTi-i • Sgrgg I -■ i A. . W ! S% K f I :■% -.; - : m ■ ' ■ • " .% • : ■■■ ■■■. ■ ' ■ i : •■• :• ' -rv • iM . ' v f -: • r t - Sg3nB .-! •. -T i T ' V:Ki : :;r« ‘ y, •• • !■ B bt - =5 ■ Jr ; •; ;f|fe fyf i i 33 JAMES SWENEY MATTHIAS SWOBODA JEFFREY TILKENS JOHN TWEET WILLIAM VAN DYK roVv 1 If not for yourself, then for your friends. For it is they who truly deserve it. 34 PAUL VanSISTINE JAMES VERCAUTERN ROBERT WILLIAMS TIMOTHY WILTGEN DENNIS WARPINSKI The ' oilowing seniors are not pictured JOSEPH CAPPELLE SCOTT ECKER CHRISTOPHER GILLING GERALD MENNEN FREDERICK MURPHY ROBERT PROCHNIAK WILLIAM SCHOBER BRIAN TERRELL MICHAEL WELLENS 35 1973 Junior Prom wStfsKas ■v:C ■ ■ ■. .. ■ : 1 ,■ ■, ■.. ■. .... v .■ % .■wty " ■ ■ ■.■ ■ :::: " : • fr. : - ..: ; - A In. 115 V’ :: ft: sf :: — •- - Jf 7 . iSt r.rt ft:.it •T- r Greg Gorenc and date Sandy Calewarts take time out to really get involved. 36 King and Queen were Mark Moran and Celeste The 1973 Abbot Pennings Junior Prom was held on April 13, at The Crystal Ballroom in the Northland Hotel. The Post-Prom was held at Golden Bowl. - ' .iM v - • ■ v.. •-» ■ - . •• - . - • km-M fv-jp—S; (sv-j ■ ; g;| r-.-ff; . . . Mike Schleis and Pam Holtz and Bill Manders and Nikki Nas¬ ser. 37 v vm4 . ’’Why the strange expressions Marty? Don’t you like to dance?” aSftiwj Why you dirty no good @”? 38 r M J Ik Jf • % •? ,. • • on . ■:::: : wm? ' -r : mm ai " .■S ' • ■ ■ : , SiS;: gill R11 Si ,v " . ; • 1: V: ■ ■ .... :£ j i 1m sfiss S ' ililiUJjgl jB®? ■ V :’xj V ' v ■ . . .. : - ..cii :: . ‘: " ’ ■ • : : . Karen finally knows what it is like to dance with Fr. CHEERS! Frigo. 39 S. Angst T. Arant J. Baeten M. Baeten T. Basche J. Beauchaine M. Beno J. Berk R. Blahnik D. Brennan M. Bronk J. Burnton ■ i iii§ K’rw; i.j . - M f.1 + 1 i i . H ■ ; ' iy +. ■ ;.;v ' V ' ► ; V [ » fe$: .. f ..; j ■ L fit I fe . 4 tf, 1 +lfc J 4 fi I i,. Slfc J •.S ' . -. iri r ■ ■k •••:-■•;• S. Byers C. Charles J. Collette T. Counihan R. Deacon D. De Broux F. De Cleene J, De Cleene J. Denissen D. Diny G. Dorschel T. Ebert M. Enright P. Faulds E. Fosterling J. Franken S. Freedman J. Fritsche P. Gellin M. Gerke B. Gerrits M. Gigot J. Grace M. Harrison I. Hockers J. Hoegemeier D. Hogan S. Hutchinson S. Kabat T. Keenan M. Kirschling C. Kolb J. Kolb K. Kolb M. Krach D. Laes ! 41 $. Lasee B. La Violette G. Lurquin T. Lynn J. Manders B. Matzke P. Maufort D. McIntyre S. McMonagle R. Mooren C. Mott M. Murto R. Noel B. Nystrom M. Parma D. Peterson J. Pettijean K, Phillips S. Quinette P. Regan J. Roeser K. Ryan W, Sanders F. Schmidt HP ! ttWKy... 4 % t ' t, vV 1 : ' V ' l ' O iF.l Wii? XW- ? ' ‘ f’. tH mmmw mm f mm t Ml hili Vi j “V ’ ' . ' ■ ' feisl ®S ): KM J reS 1 ' ' .v.’r ' 1 ’ ' iuSBi JU ' i ' V |m¥| 42 - . r ' - L. Thomas R. Thomson C. Treml J. Troup S. Vande Loo A. Smits J. Smits G. Stanley B. Stoehr J. Schober C. Schuldes D. Seeman M. Seidl J. Shemky T. Vanden Branden I’ve shut the door on yesterday and thrown the key away - tomorrow holds no fears for me, since I have found to-day - Vivian Y. Laramore 43 M. Vander Bloomen M. Van Laanen A. Van Lanen M. Waldkirch M. Walters S. Wassenberg T. Weisse R. Williams L. Wiltgen D. Wood D. Zegers MH PM? Old hunting ground for our favorite Junior. 44 £ O in o f-H 0 ) D a B, Adamski M. Albers T. Ambrosius S. Arant G. Arens J. Baeten J. Baeten M. Baeten M. Barlament J. Bell M. Beilin T. Berceau y. p : J. Bie J. Bielinski J. Bilotti D. Brawner R. Brogan J. Caffrey M Callahan R. Coenen M. Cowles R. Dain R. Dain T. DeBout P. DeMars P. Denis G. Derfus G. Derfus D. Dockry D. Donarski WHAT A FLOAT! ! ! 47 M. Dorschel W. Draheim E. Everson P. Falk D. Feser B. Gerrits T. Gilling J. Gorenc S. Haxpt S. Harrison J. Hillen B. Jagodinsky ■ M. Janssen T. Johnson M. Jones D. Joyce : ■ . ■ - :: «a -! - - Four studious Sophomores hard at work. i 48 I M. Kolb A. Kiebsbach M. Kremer T. Krienke D. Laes T. Le Meiux J. Lemke M. Ley J. Mapes E. Martin T. Martin E. McFadzen T. Meeuwsen P. Menting J. Merchant M. Milson J. Nellis P. Nelson T. Newhouse P. O’Brien R. O’Keefe t t % « |;im i - - 0 f «r 4 r t ‘ » • ■- 1 ' • 4 m 4 ■:■«£:» 4 - 4 M ’ «M ■•’ - ‘- 1 » .: • Sophonaores compete with upperclassmen in typing skills. 49 J- R. R. S. Roeser Romanesko Romero Rothe S. Pigeon M. Quinette P. Reinhart S. Rifleman D. Robertson F. Schaupp F. Schlapman P. Schleis P. Schleis r ' And I am all alone. There is no one here beside me. And my problems have all gone. There is no one to deride me. AH — Butyouve got to have friends!” I I S 1 V As usual there was a lot of clowning around at Home¬ coming. C. Schrader K. Schulke T. Shaughnessy K. Sigl T. Stencil T. Stock R. Stoehr J. Teske J. Touscany K. Vandenbush D. VanDyck M. Van Egeren D. Van Gemert M. Van Lanen R. Van Lanen R. Van Remortal L. Van Sistine C. Wiltgen D. Winter C. Zehren 51 P. Albers T. Ambrosius S. Anderson D. Angst R. Antonneau r. Baeten B. Belson C. Beno D. Berg J. Bertrand M. Blaha M. Blahnlk PHOTO NOT AVAHABlf 52 M. Bourgeois C. Brown S. Bratko wski P. Burke J. Butz K. Butz J. Clark S. Conway D. Daul D. Davidson C. Deacon M. Donarski P. Dorsch N. Elkey J. Enright B. Everson A. Fashingbauer C. Fitch T. Flanigan D. Ford D. Freedman A. Gehring D. Griffin D. Griggs IV ' ‘ v . i ' V-i m . j 1 » - • « ,K j k p Ik .m i + ■ » R. Gruesen T. Guerin D. Haen J. Hannon M. Hein S. Heintzkill rr They are the men of the future and the boys of yesterday . ” M. Pollatz 53 S. Hettmann T. Hockers P. Hoeft G. Hoell M. Holschuh B. Jagodinsky J. Jansen J. Janssen S. Janssen J. Jauquet J. Johnson $. Jossart M, Kaften J. Kempen W. Kolb T. Lasee M. Ledvina J. Lemke . ■“ 5 | w • y-. ' ■$ The Freshman Float got flushed out. 54 R. Ley M. Love M, Mackey D. Mangless F. Mathys J. McCarthy P, McKenna M. Merkatoris M. Micksch J. Mills M. Mohr G. Mortell P. Nelson T. Nelson P. Olejniczak C. Olson J, Pamperin J. Peterson J. Pfankuch R. Pieters Take your brother s hand. Neil Diamond 55 F. M J. B. S. Pirman . Regan Rollin Ross Scannell s. D. C. S. Schaefer Schleis Schroeder Sehring G. Seidl J. R. Sincoular S. Smits R. K. Stary Swan N. Sweney 56 B. Tarbert P. Umentum D. Van Alstine Vandelist Van Laanen Van Rixel T. Van Sistine T. Waldkirch R. Walsh J, Wetli w E. J. M C, . Wiegand Wiltgen Witteborg . Zambrowicz Zehren 57 • ' i : . . a mm ■iKrf:. ' 5 ? ?;:r;v ;w WSV. - . - ... - - • " •‘xVH ■ v.:::: ' lip : : .rtygyras • •. ... •■..•• . ;; • v.-:: ssSip " , v • ' ' V.VViM. ■■ ’ •‘■ ' l. ‘ . Jl 1 ,• - » »■ 1 :. : : ■ -■■■-■ • ■ •::: ’ ‘l ‘ ‘i. ' - , ■ :4 i .S ' i ' Mfc . ' M .J tT !lp i “ 4 , k ' £}■ . 53 i i: i . 4 ,»■% - ' H ' ill.... 1. • ■ I ' ! " : ■ , iIiii!is , !Sl ; j5i g lap 1 . . ' UI ftSft . ■ " •■■. . 11. ' “ . .. mde B: T J l|||i ' |% All! ' l|l!@l • ■ X v ' P term ' " 1 1 •• ■ ft- w s 0m BfRE ijjkfefefc 60 Charge Squires out on the field, that ' s our battle cry! Green, White Pennings 0 22 Pennings 22 6 Pennings 13 7 Pennings 0 6 Pennings 7 0 Pennings 21 19 Pennings 14 13 Pennings 23 12 Pennings 22 6 Premontre Lourdes Roncalli Menasha St. Mary Marinette Central Xavier Marquette Springs Fox Valley Lutheran 61 FIGHT FOR OUR SCHOOL, victory do or die YOO RAH RAH. We’ll cheer when we :• :■ -l. GIVER SQUIRES . . . GIVER COME ON DOWN 62 get the ball. Cheer with all our might. For we will knock the Cadets down because we want the conference crown and we will fight team fight. YOO-RAH-RAH Pennings High YOO-RAH-RAH Pennings High YOO-RAH-RAH Pennings High YEAH YEAH YEAH 63 " ••• •• • ■ " v- :: ' . .. • 64 , n i l ii M wj aW j ' - 0 W . , . ' v:-. SS SwrtW v-« ' .xV .-.-. .: o Cn FIRST ROW, 1 to r: J. Miskella, J. Koop, M, Biebee, M. Krach, B, Stoehx, J. Baeten, J, Mineau, M. Bronk, R. Baukhecht, J. Joyce, M, Faulds. SEC. ROW: J. Vercauteren, B. Schober, L. Wiltgen, R. Strenski, D. Warpinski, D. Malaczewski, J. George, M. McFadzen, G. Binish, K. Mathys, Mgr. J. Brogan, Trd. T. Prochniak, S. Blahnik, B. Blahnik, B. Renkens, S. Quinette, J. Schober, K. Flahive, T. Krienke, B. Van Dyk, C. Boehm, J. Tilkens, M. Wellens, P. Maufort, M. Gigot, M, Beilin, T. Arant, G. Stanley, J. Smits, K. Kolb, M. Moran, B. Manders, M. Anderson, M. Kirschling, P. Teteak, M. Albers, T. Wiltgen, D. Seeman, B. Kitslaar, F. Murphy. JV Football, led by Coach Dave Minten were 6-0 this year, including a 26-0 romp over arch-rival Premontre. The defense allowed only six points and 13 yards passing the entire season. The JV ' s were led by Jack Baeten, Bob Stoehr, Leo Van Sistine, Mark Bronk, and Jeff Baetne. These stars will prove to be helpful during the next few sea¬ sons . The Argos Staff wishes them luck in all their future games. ■ Three Squires grab for the ball. mmrnmmmmmm. mmmw 1st ROW, 1. tor.: J. Beaten, E. Fosterling, D. Domarski, J. Mapes, J. Hillen, P. Reinhardt, P. DeMars, C. Wiltgen, M. Bronk, B. Gilling, D. Laes, 2nd: D. Laes, R. Thompson, M. Murto, D. Brennen, M. Krach, L. VanSistine, T. Stencil, M. Gigot, M, Kirschling, M. Baeten, M. Jenssen, R. O ' Keefe, M. VanLanen, B. Stoehr, 3rd: M. Enright, I. Beilin, G. Derfus, F. Schmidt, J. Manders, J. Roeser, C. Schroeder, D. Seemen, J. Bell, S. Arant, P. Maufort, J. Teske, M. Beno, G. Derfus, R. Noel, T. Krienke, J. Smits, M. Beaten. Despite a meager 0-5 record, this years team was one of dedication and charac¬ ter . Eight of the starters were hurt but they never gave up. Steve Bratkowski, Mark Bourgeois, and Mark Blahnik are the leaders of this team of the future, With a lot of hard work this is going to be the team to beat. Freshmen hero: Fr. Frigo ! :;v.; .. .V .2 v 3 Wf 1st: Love, Pirman Sehring, Schafer, Baeten, Bourgeois , Mathys, Wetli, Anderson, Mackey, Nelson, Schleis, Butz Blaha, Enright, Mischsch, Mortell, Zerphen, Hein, Clark, , Kolb, Berg, Bratkowski, Moore, Jossart, Blahnik, Dorsch. , 2nd: Fashingbauer, Janssen, 3rd: Van Alstein, Van Rixel, 67 ; ♦ +i »£ ■ + 4 + -+ £ 4 • • ' F r% t.(.■ . ■ ■ rh « » I7 ' ±m+9i ESft V t4 I.?: j -r - ■■ :% i ' ; ■ ■ -■£ P j t ■■ ■ ' If ' " $« sr V I j H -i. ■• ■ r ? +i. ' !» - ' t At ♦ « -•• ££ jM - ' + « ;! + 4 ■++■ ■ ! V ■ M» j lr ®cSS $5 sB | :j r y - ■. .■: A : .-. : :■ .-is . •; v : ' - 1 ; s:. ' : " • ' ■ :•. t ■ • V - i - v A • ££■; yft -? • “ v J Knu :• ;■ -: f . %• •. ■ : fi-. : : . JK{ S’ FRONT ROW, left to right: Mike Schleis, Jeff Case, Larry Wiltgen, Steve Quinette, Dale Malaczweski, Bob LaViolette, Mike Hitt. SECOND ROW: Tom Lynn, Mark Lemens, Dennis Seeman. Missing are Tom Arant, Marty Albers and Lee Birder. Coaching basketball at Abbot Pennings has always been an enjoyable experience. This year it was even more so to me. The entire starting " five” from last year graduated and the team was still picked to win the conference by the sports writers who maybe had it in the back of their minds that maybe the " Squires” would fall flat on their faces this season. Once again they underestimated the type of ball player that attends Pennings. Led by seniors Birder, Schleis, Hitt, Malaczewski, Case and Lemens, they gave the school another winning season of 17-8; along the way they won the conference title for the 5th straight year, took the regionals and sent the school to state for the 6th time, losing to a highly rated Eau Claire Regis squad in the consolation champion¬ ship game, 43-40. It was a fun season for the fans, coach and the squad. We ' re hoping that the excellent attitude of the departing seniors will carry through with our returning players, Lynn, Seeman, Wiltgen, Quinette, Arant, La Violette and Albers. Will they be able to bring the sixth straight championship back to Pennings next season? Head Coach Don La Violette 68 The Polish Wonder • ' • ■ ' .v " A typical Schleis shot " " Hal LaViolette for two! ? t 69 SA SM °Io FT % T. PTS. AVE. .ASST. REB GAMES Birder 257 93 36 60 239 9.5 46 186 25 Malaczewski 140 59 42 56 132 5.0 16 41 25 LaViolette 223 75 33 85 184 7.3 27 52 25 Schleis 195 84 43 62 210 8.4 15 74 25 Hitt 100 36 36 75 112 4.4 30 50 25 Quinette 9 2 22 54 10 .9 1 8 12 Arant 2 1 50 40 4 .3 12 Wiltgen 42 14 33 45 33 1.7 4 15 19 Lemens 43 21 44 41 52 2.3 7 74 22 Lynn 100 42 42 70 112 6.5 9 124 17 Seeman 91 40 44 71 105 4.2 7 120 25 Case 40 18 45 40 47 1.9 3 33 24 Albers 2 season record 17-8 5th straight conference championship Lee Birder - 1st team ail metro, 2nd team all conference Mike Schleis - 2nd team all metro Pennings 46 58 Marquette Pennings 51 40 Premontre Pennings 68 39 Marinette Pennings 35 34 Appleton Pennings 36 50 Menasha Pennings 58 40 Oshkosh Pennings 42 39 Fondulac Pennings 69 66 Wisconsin Rapids Pennings 48 47 Manitowoc Pennings 69 53 Fox Valley Pennings 56 49 Kewaunee Pennings 39 53 Marinette Pennings 30 47 Appleton Pennings 35 43 Menasha Pennings 42 40 Premontre Pennings 68 60 Oshkosh Pennings 59 40 Wausau Pennings 47 51 Fon du lac Pennings 58 50 Manitowoc Pennings 60 50 Fox Valley Pennings 48 35 Premontre Pennings 49 44 JFK Pennings 39 48 Oshkosh Pennings 58 36 Menasha Pennings 40 43 Eau Claire ’’Not only the best team, but the handsomest! ” ’’Here are four Penning ' s finest. ” MARTIN ALBERS: All Bencho The ’’Bird” pumps one in. 71 ’’Never count the Squires out of the picture. ” Dale lays one in! Dennis Walter Seeman traces down a basket. 72 I I a »■: ■ i , ■ ■ ' ■■; v ‘ +. r. ; ‘v ■ v.V . Caser has a full-house of determination, but he’s got Schneider on height! Hustle was a Squire forte this season. Dudley Birder: All Metro 73 Mona Poo! 0Smm in» 8m ««« 2} Mtr IHIWl UWIi J4 JCkifiJ C H QUINCY ST AMBROSE LORAS M MURRAY Are you there? The Rowdy Group in action. 74 The true Squire hot-dog (except for Father Frigo) Mike Hitt shows Crowe and Sims what a Poo can do! m i Birder’s itching to share in the glory but Schleis is there to can two more for the big green line. 75 v ■ MKseas; j pp v;it v ■ ■ ■ ■■ •. ■: .■ ■ ■: ■.:: ■■: ■ ■■ ■■ ■■■ •: ■ ■ ... :i,- ‘ ' • " 5 : ■ . . » f ■ jj LS3S83 ? Easst rf r?- - 3 }■■ ;, , «t Sf : ■: v feSfe- •JfcSSSS FRONT ROW, left to right: Rick Deacon, Jack Baeten, Don Zegers, Mark Gigot, Leo Van Sistine. SECOND ROW: John Teske, Scott Harrison, Martin Albers, Mike Ley. Coached by Dave Minten. ■■ . ■: . Wffi Un ' W : " ?.■ % •■ " ■.■■■ o!. ...... A . . : ■ " ' y; - ' ■■■■ ■ 1 . ' " l ' ‘ r S’. ' .-;,- .. - - ’ 1 , i | f UlIN jl ' F ’Jump shot Gigot II. ’ f Martin shows he can do more run. 76 Frosh Basketball FRONT ROW, left to right: Van Alstine, Heintzkell, Bourgeois, Schleis, Deacon, Bratkowski, Nelson, Albers SECOND ROW: Wetli, Mortell, Vande list, Hoeft, Van Rixel, Peterson, Ley, Kempen. MISSING: Elkey. Coach A1 Groves. Fun Facts to Know and Tell Most shots attempted: Steve Bratkowski 164 Most shots missed: Steve Bratkowski 109 Most Rebounds: Peter Hoeft 78 Highest shooting °]o Peter Nelson 49 Most steals Peter Hoeft 37 Biggest Hacker Peter Nelson 34 fouls Most unselfish player Rob Ley Only took 3 shots Poorest shooting ° o John Wetli 00 Shortest guy on team Chuck Deacon 4 ' 8 " Least violations Neil Sweney 0 Least playing time Neil Sweney 0 Most free throws att. Steve Bratkowski 50 Most free throws miss. Steve Bratkowski 28 Team Record 8-3 Head Coach A1 Groves future outlook very good 77 Track 1973 A Year In Review According to Coach Dave Minten last year’s track team was a better team than usual. He calls it 1 The best track team ever. ” They won the Wausau New¬ man The stars were Phil Arant, Mike Feser, Tom Beno, and Jerry LeMeuix. On this year’s team, dieted saying, ”We’ll be O. K., sentative. ' ' That’s the spirit, even repre- mm 9 ?; 0 AS? y® Hraga : ■: :■ J£ y 3 £ . v r I;j! •: ' . y.l ■ v vl v mm " The Gorilla” t t t t t Pennings Style i " It’s working! " At least he is good for something besides Math. . : : 1 • u.. I. 1 .’ . if If 1 -• f r ' XH i, " Oh, my HERO! " Star of the past, present, and future: Mike Hitt 79 Doc. Coyle spreads the word: ' To spring to a Victory 1 1 Paul Falk as " The Stork " f ' Last but not least. " A Squire runs under the watchful eye of Doc. 80 JAMES HUGHES - tf A flash of Flesh’ The good guys won this battle, but lost the war. Killer Kiley and Buzz Wiltgen are about to be beat on by the handsome guys in blue. 81 Conference Champs Golf, in the past, has never been an important school sport. But this year was unique. There was a lot of interest, and we were good. God, were we good. What school could boast of a Scott Ecker. Or how about a Don Zegars, or two super frosh, like Neil Elkey and Joey Clark. This year they beat out Roncolli a nd Larry Rand to take the conference. It was a super effort by all four, and they are true champs. Behind all stars, is a great coach. And we have a great one. Congratula¬ tions are in order to Coach Ray Sauvey and his great team of ' 74. The future looks great. Soccer This year, under the direction of Ed Byrnes, soccer was started at APHS. Ed got enough men to go out and they got a few games in and learned a lot. Led by Don DeBroux, this team was suc¬ cessful this year from the point of view that soccer is here to stay. They proved that APHS is not just a football factory. Soccer is here to stay thanks to this year ' s team. Congratulations and thank you for your dedication. So THIS is what happens at State! " Gad! " Drug Abuse was not a problem, but here some seniors are OD. 83 r: - B§S■ ■: mmm Hi- ' 1 : iV £ , . ;. : . r: r5!yv; v v»v ; ; v : . @;iS; 4;; nwt-i-.jX 1 : •:r; ' i i® H = 1? i PS ii ' rtefi .i. ■■ mr a H 84 - ••• ■■ ; ft - $3 ; • Because of the success of our team, fans came in from all over to see the class, the style, the fantastic manner of Leo VS. Hw ? It’s all in the wrists. 85 ' i Student Council OFFICERS: S. Ecker, M. Moran, B. Terrell BILL SCHOBER - President " ■ J S; . .. .. immssi siij raj ff ' -Qip, ' •£. ' v- g ji-sA. ■ FRONT: D. Waldkirch, M. Bourgeios, Rifleman, M. Albers. BACK ROW: M. R. Gruesen, J. Mortell. SECOND ROW: D. Donarski, Hitt, J. Sweney, M. Mcl : adzen, J. Hoegomeier, S. S. Van Gemert, S. Vande Loo. 88 JIM HUGHES - President BOARD MEMBERS, FRONT: M. Gigot, C. Charles, D. Reinhardt. BACK: K. Kolb, J, Hughes, K. Mathys. FRONT: P. Maufort, D Bronk, P. Falk. BACK: Faulds, S. Vande Loo, Fritsche, B. Stoehr. . Donarski, M. Krach, M. P. O’Brien, S. Krienke, P K. Kolb, P. Denis, J. 89 WmMtimm i John :weet, Jeff Joyce, Steve Clark. MISSING: Mike Schlies. Jim Grace, Bruce Stoehr, Mark Gigot. m: Ap % ' y h m s , yf. ' . f ' V 1 ,i« tik .. » r ' T ' Hli im M .MirS 1 1 V 1 + E l 1 ‘ r L k E. y I » I,. . ■£■■■■ | ■ ■■ t-r ,■ S .,V- firt rfff aiiNf m ♦♦ ♦ £ ' sy+A ' ■ ’• ' . H M -m ■ ♦ $ ■ « fLl . .1 tf | iiJi If-. ' f H K r!- f inl . i j ? it ?« t $f :■■ fj® Mfllll $!« Rick Coenen, Dick Brogan Pat McKenna, Fred Mathys, Peter Nelson, Rob Ley. 90 Lance Ken Mathys - Editor Phil Maufort - Junior Ed. Jim Hughes - Sports Editor it FRONT ROW: S. Ecker S. Byers, P. Denis, P. , J. Burnton, O ' Brien, T. C, Zehren, Wiltgen, C. J Frisque, P. Maufort, Burnton, J. Fritsche, G D. Donarski, M. Bronk. . Ferris. BACK ROW: 91 -4 • ■ ' V m-j •. :: ■ , w MfSBf Sw iv ■: v ww; W5. - Sr- sSaifa : ; i :f 4 ; 0 t ■ - .. - 1st ROW, 1 to r: I. Grace, T. Martin, M. Bronk, J. Burnton, B. Stoehr, J. Goerge, J. Joyce, T. Wiltgen, K. Flahive, K. Mathys. 2nd ROW: D. Smits, D. VanDyk, I. Manders, M. Krach, S. Quinette, R. Strenski, M. Lemmens, T. Arant, B. Manders, M. Kirschling. 3rd ROW: P. Falk, M. Albers, M. Wellens, J. Baeten, B. Kitslaar, D. Malazcewski, B. Renkens, K, Kolo, M. Hitt, D. Warpinski, J. Case, J. Hughes, B. Blahnik, G. Stanley, J. Vercauteren, M. Schleis. 92 Chorus ■ : ■ : ■■■■■ •• ■; : r f: c ... . ....... .. ..... ... . ■. ■ . • -A m • ’ ' . sl . •• V ..V ■ ‘ - i r -‘ : :v. ;: - ” ’‘ ” L - V LA .J. - " I ' y. . 7 ’ " •■■■•-■ » : ■« ?:r. - X. - • ' . -.v;- 1 .; • • --T-v rS £ Y; V ■ .; ■ . y ' ■ A’ ••?■ " ' . " X.:: " • : : £ 7 . ' . 2 g-S?. -. ;:v: 1 • « ' r V s ® s ' 1st, 1 to r: T. Lasee, C. Deacon, C. Zehien, S. Byers, T. Newhouse. 2nd: T. Meeuwsen, R. Pieters, M. Merkatoris. 3rd: J. Jansen, P. Falk, M. Walters, C. Fitch, M. Kirschling. 4th: D. Berg, R. Starry. BACK: D. De Broux, J. Hannon, J. Hannon, J. Schmurth, T. Wiltgen, J. De Cleene, M. Newhouse, T. Krienke, S. Rothe, R. Kolb, S. Lasee, D. Van Alstine, R. Coenen. 93 l Mx- ' . B. Jagodinski, B. Tarbert, M. Kolb, T house, B. Draheim, A. Krebsbach, T. kirch, M. Zambrowicz. . New- Wald- P. Denis, Sistine, F T. Waldkirch, C. Zehren, . Schmidt, C. Schuldes, S. P. Umentum, T. Van Vande Loo, J. Joyce. " 3 94 1 M 1 p; : : w if--A a 1 m 3 li P. Albers, D. Brawner, L. Thomas, M. Faulds, A. Krebsbach, P. VanSistine, P. Faulds, P. McKenna, 2nd: J. Janssen, D. Donarski, B. Nystiom, T. Fashingbauer, D. Meikle, T. Waldkirch, P. Umentum, J. Landreman, K. Butz, D. Joyce, J. Sincoular, J. Bertrand, D. Sanders, M. Waldkirch, W. Sanders, E. Fosterling, S. Harrison, J. Pamperin, D, Dorsch, D. Donarski, J. Teske, 3rd: D. Davidson, J. Butz, C. Olson, D. Peterson, J. Berk. D. Joyce, W. Sanders, D. Donarski, D. Davidson, T. Fashingbauer, D. Donarski, J. Pamperin, 2nd: D. McIntyre, E. Fosterling, D. Sanders, D. Meikle, P. VanSistine, M. Janssen, J. Landreman, D. Dorsch, J. Teske. 95 mmmm. fvjsSY y -■■■LvC ■; :■ ■; ■: ■_% - .• ■. ■. ■: ■ ■ :• ■ f-I-.;i; .■ V,. ■■•:■ ' ■ _■ ■■■;’■ ; ; : :: ■ : : v • ;X- .• ■ .■ ■ ■ ■■ ■: . .■ ■ ■. • ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ George Ferris, Jay Sweeny, Bob Rifleman, Eric Schumacher, Greg Gorenc. MISSING: Dan Smits. msm ;; ; wx Z %% Julie Canning, Barb Gagon, Nancy Burnton, Tracy Reis, Ann Willems, Barb Mocco. 96 Min 1 1 fi»i j i if iifr t ' • " ’ 0 Z + f f . lT " h ’r rac K. Mathys, T. Wiltgen, J. Tweet, C. Burnton, J. Case, L. Birder, J. Kabot, M. Moran, R, Strenski, J. Landreman - Smart guys. P. Maufort, D. Donarski, M. Krach, M. Bronk, C. Charles, P. Falk, P. O ' Brien, T. Krienke, P. Faulds, S. Vande Loo, K. Kolb, P. Denis, J. Fritsche, B. Stoehr. 97 wmmm p : MM ;SM ■ ■ . n -Vr - -L ; ■Jit ,■;■ :■:■ y , ■:■ :■ ■ .. •■■■■■ ■ " ; av+f ' “X " r ' ' T i ;: ' V r: , : , ' : .. ■,. •■■ ■ ■■ ■■ ■■ ■■■ :: :■:»:■ ■. ■: ■? ■■ • ■ ■; ■■ ■ ■ ■: ■:: o? ::: v ‘S ' . RMS ■ ■: : V 99 : : r v:-: r- jVaS.S- : ■; ' AX ■■■■■ ' ■ ■■■■ ' r x : ■ ■ - vil ' : C-: • mr • ■ Reigning as Queen was Sandy Baeten and King Craig Boehm. 100 The fans could only watch . . . m m. . . . while the court rode by. 101 iWtii ' ; VS vS " W$M -w year was the highly acclaimed ”Lil Abner 1 Abner was played by Phil Arant. Daisy Mae was played by Cindy Freeman. Mammy was played by Molly Safford, while her counter¬ part, Pappy was played by Jeff Burnton. And to preside over the entire cast as Marry in Sam was Steve Byers. This was truly the best effort put out by Director Mr. William Bauknecht, and Producer Mr. Don Richter. The Argos wishes them success on future endeavors and congratulates them on this one and all endeavors past. 103 r ' K ' 1 •. r ' . ■ ■■ :--. r ' • • j » i$r il: ■ • ■ ■ ‘mkwm t : -s ' -... Wk ■ ll 5 : ' 1 j|i irai jto : • • sfcy. ' £K .. -xyg,.... . • • . . j . V .;. ». m . ■ ■ ■ .f!v, ' . frl. ' l? u ’ ' ' ■■‘a ■ —T- ' Jrl " , ' 1 ■ J ' 1 ££ vili, ' ' ■ Js3‘ iSf -rP • : ' s-- ' ■- ■„. .■ [.. j-; ■■•■¥ Ss Wi i ”A poised and resilient cast . . . and the work of a well-drilled orchestra combined to make ’Li ' ! Abner ' a landmark on Pennings’ lengthening roll of high grade musicals. Jack Rudolph " The Spirit” ’’Multitalented, enthusiastic youngsters have turned their energies to the stage in Abbot Pennings High School’s ’Li’l Abner ' . ” Warren Gerds ’’Green Bay Press Gazette” Pappy confers with Jubilation on a matter of great impor¬ tance! . . . Jubilation T. Compone 105 .V W ■ $|ilf ' 7 " f dfc ti ' - ' « » 4. C 1 , ffc - ;4 V l 1 JfiU F7 ;j . f _. ‘•ti. ■ ! ? • •- «■ «— ,. • Tr- « 106 " Oh Me, oh my ... I think my clutch is starting to slip. My cotter pins are starting to fall. Maybe my fuel line has a hernia. " Hey, wait a minute. Buses can’t talk! ’’Most buses can ' t, but there are a few like me. I’ve been hauling Pennings ath¬ letes around for almost 10 years, and I’ve learned a few things over the years. Like I know how some people kind of snicker at me. I guess I stand out in a crowd. But I think the kids kinda like me. I’m sort of an institution around here. ’’But I guess it ' s time for me to be retired, if you ' ll pardon the pun. " It won’t be so bad, really ... I mean the way they ' re farming me out is kind of an honor. They ' re buying a new bus from the Ric Oudenhoven Memorial Fund. He was a great young fella . . . really a shame about his accidental death last year. " Course that new bus will have lots of spit and polish crome, but I had my good days too. " Memories? Yeah, I ' ve got lots of memories. . . . " See that crinkle in my behind? Can ' t remember if it was some woman driver or just Father Frigo slipping the clutch when he was backing up. " See these 10 rows of seats? Yeah, I know there ' s one without a back, but you can ' t be perfect. You know, I could always tell if we won or lost. If we won, the kids were happy poking around at my light bulbs and stuff. If we lost it was quiet, just like on the way to a game. " Last year, when we clinched the conference basketball championship at Fon du Lac, we had a couple of guests from your Press-Gazette place. " The kids were happy on the way back . . . think they gave that Cliff Christl fella a pink belly or something. . . . " Sure, my back tires are a little bald and my doors don’t close and I’ve got a little rust, but that’s not any worse than varicose veins, is it? " I think the kids know their new bus will be here in a couple of weeks. They ' ve been a little rougher on me than normal. " But what the heck. I ' m getting retired any way. " I’m not going to scrap, though. Maybe somebody will convert me into a camper or something. That ' d be nice, sitting out in a woods, listening to the birds and stuff. " Hey, come here. I want to show you something before you leave. See that speedometer. Says I can do a hundred, right? Who are they kidding. " Well, it was nice you stopped. If you ' re in the area again, stop by. I ' ll be here . . . a couple more weeks anyway ... in my stall next to the school . That ' s my sign over there. Says ' faculty only. ' " Naw, it ' s not so bad getting retired. The worst part is that some other young whippersnapper will be wearing my 8238 license plate. " Bye now . . . beep, beep. " by Dick Karbon Green Bay Press Gazette Buzz is one of our more modest students. ;■ .. • • rM CIS : . jl:i ........ WWW .. . .v.- ■ ■. ' ■. 4 ;.ci . ■ ?SK$::. HH K::S: Everything looks s-o-o-o good. mm If:- ' ' H Toad is at it again! !! ■ng Everyone is riding bikes! 108 « ■ ' b I • Ml j 109 m THE WORLD AROUND US This year I will be continuing in the same vein as last year ' s editor. My purpose being the same as his, to have a section that the students will be able to remember better the year that has passed. I have written no dialogue to accompany the " Time " covers for I feel that the pictures are self-explanitory. I hope that you will enjoy the selections that I have made, and I hope that they will serve as a memory for what has happened in 1974. John Tweet Editor-in-Chief 110 111 m ii ' .- 1 . I wmm • •V A,7 .A. J»■»W?. .I i UL 1 PA || t§iit§i ELv Sl ■ S- v ' ! •;V im? • • fct 112 El tv v r, M - ' ] ‘ 1 ’ ,v; - -j m 1 13 mm - ,-C- ifil ;V, ■ ' -j . ■■ .. 1 an tl ■■■■ " ■ 1 U - I » JL j ' J -V • v »■ Saudi Arabia ' s King Feisal m ' . , K.J yt i ■ V,v ; IJ ' - t 1 V I fca i ' y ■ .. ' i. ' .: i C. " ' , - ■■■■■ ■ M wM ■:..V ■ fhm ' FR. JACOBS Principal The Argos Staff feels that it is now time to pay a tribute to Father Jacobs. Our new principal has proven that he can stand up under all kinds of pressure and still do what is best for the school. The Argos Staff wishes to congratulate him on everything that he has done, and give him our best wishes for all his future endeavors. 116 This page is devoted to the man who gave Abbot Pennings it ' s fame, Coach Don La Violette. Besides being one of the greatest coaches around, he is one of the best Teach¬ ers around It isn’t in every class that you have that you can learn something and have some fun too. So the Argos Staff wishes to give Coach this page in the yearbook as a token of their appreciation for all that he has done for Abbot Pennings High School. 117 LMLi, - . 9E? ' •♦ ,r «f .... v -i ■;;• . -:::; .••-■-v ' -v . :■. !.• :. :• •--.:■ • • ■•.. ;.... ■-T ' : JiiISs4KsirS. ; ■ ■ ■;. " :X ' !!’‘ .■!■.’ . !-S ■:■!- ' ■ ■■•■■■ ■■■:■; ■■ f . v. .... mXi; :■ ■; y :: V :: : •• .:•...; - : ... " •• ?r - - SMI ' ; - b v PATRONS DE PERE FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN AMBROSIUS SALES AND SERVICE INDEPENDENT PRINTING CO. VAN SISTINE HARDWARE HUGO JOSEPH ' S BARBER SHOP GEVERS BARBER SHOP VANDEN HEUVEL ELECTRIC FERRIS WHEEL RESTAURANT MASON’S RED OWL VAN DEUR2EN CLEANERS THE JOYCE SHOPPE STOWE DRUGS RADEMACHER STUDIOS UNICORN GIFT SHOP •. t. ' • •• • . . .. . ■ ■:-v : i on and fflPftDI GAP paper products home-and tissue, towels and napkins 121 GENERAL CONTRACTORS P.O. Box 962 GrenBay, Wisconsin 54305 Downtown Prange-way East Grange-way West 435-9542 . ! $ ] f fc.y. This Page 123 • i- : ,•: • • i f W ' v: • - -■ ■ s 2 , _ _ MS ' M ’ " :: Z:C r { !ii ii.f.J!•!.:; 5 .. • T r . 1 . ■ .1 .. ■ ■ ■ ■ .■ : ■ TWEET BROS. 124 STECKART ' S LTD. Distinctive Interiors - Furniture, Drapery - ♦ - in the Mall at THE ENFORCER 113-125 N. Wisconsin St. OETTINGER DAIRY QUEEN Pennings’ employees Mike Enright, Steve Byers, and Jay Sweney enjoy a snack with Nancy Burnton, Jane Miskella and Jane Anderson. 125 1 y ? ? ? yc?o 77 ? 7y PHOTOGRAPHY ! BY THE LEININGER FRIENDLY MILL 123 N. Broadway 1 ) Professionals in Photography in and West De Pere Oil Portraits Wisconsin An Affiliate of Philip Morris Incorporated Compliments of Compliments of THE RECORD SMITS ' TRADE SHOP SHOPPE 421 W. Main Depere, Wisconsin 126 STOP AND SHOP AT VAN DYK ' S 345 Main St. Nicolet Square DePere, Wis THE LEE STORE Family Center in DePere CAMP TIVOLI Camp for Boys, ages 7-14 years Located on Shawano Lake, near Cecil, Wisconsin _ ACCREDITED CAMP Celebrating our 50th Camping Season - 1974 Rev. Angelo J. Feldkamp, O.Praem Camp Director St. Norbert Abbey DePere, Wisconsin 54115 (414)336-1321 320 So. Military Green Bay, Wis. Acoustic Treatment Glass—Carpeting—Tile 128 129 Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Flahive Mr. and Mrs. Harold Vercauteren Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Rifleman Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hitt Mr. and Mrs. I. Gorenc Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Tweet Dr. and Mrs. Thomas Beno Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Berg Mr. and Mrs. Grant Bourgeois Mr. and Mrs. David Brown Mr. and Mrs. Donald Blitz Mr. and Mrs. Donald Dorsch Mr. and Mrs. Neil R. Elkey Dr. and Mrs. John Ford Dr. and Mrs. Stewart Griggs Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Hoeft Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Hoell Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Holschuh Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Janssen Mr. and Mrs. Norbert Jansen Mr. and Mrs. James Jauquet Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kaftan Mr. and Mrs. Warren Lemke Mr. and Mrs. Donald Love Mr. and Mrs. James Mackey Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Mathys Mr. and Mrs. James McCarthy Mr. and Mrs. Robert McKenna Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mohr Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Mortell Mr. and Mrs. William Nelson Fox Valley Realty Mr. and Mrs. Peter Olejniczak Rev. and Mrs. Eldon L. Olson Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Pamperin Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Pfankuch Mr. and Mrs. Donald Pieters Mr. and Mrs. Allan Ross Mr. and Mrs. E. Scannell Mr. and Mrs. Robert Schaefer Dr. and Mrs. Sehring Mr. and Mrs. Richard Walsh Mrs. Ann Wetli Dr. and Mrs. Vincent Zehren Mr. and Mrs. Richard Beilin Mr. and Mrs. James Berceau Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Bielinski Mr. and Mrs. Ray Bilotti Mr. and Mrs. Richard Brawner Dr. and Mrs. James Caffrey Mr. and Mrs. William De Mars Mr. and Mrs. John R. Hillen Sr. Jones Sign Company Mr. and Mrs. John Kremer Mr. and Mrs. James Martin Mr. and Mrs. Richard Menting Mr. and Mrs. David O’Brien Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Mennen Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Pigeon Mr. and Mrs. John Bie Mr. and Mrs. Henry Romero Dr. and Mrs. Clarence Rothe Mr. and Mrs. Robert Schaupp Mrs, Fred Schlapman Sr. Mr, and Mrs. Duane Schrader Mr. and Mrs. Frank Matzke Mr. and Mrs. Frank Smits Mr. and Mrs, Leonard Wiltgen Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Kolb Mr. and Mrs. Paul Miskella Mr. and Mrs. Peter Renkens Mr. and Mrs. W. G. 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CAPPELLE, JOSEPH - Route 1, De Pere; Intra. BB 1, 2, 3, 4. CASE, JEFFREY - 324 Warren Ct. , Green Bay; Var¬ sity Club 2, 3, 4; NHS 2, 3, 4; Fresh. BB 1; JV BB 2; Varsity BB 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4. CLARK, STEVEN - 631 Brevoort Lane, Green Bay; Class Officer, Sec, 3, Treasurer 4; Drama 2. DeBROUX, DAVID - 521 Michigan St.; Key Club 2, 3,4; Chorus 1, 2, 4; Intra-mural Bowling 3; Golf 2; Camera Club 1. DORSCHEL, JOSEPH - 301 Simonet, Green Bay. ECKER, SCOTT - 702 Waubaunuqua Tr., De Pere; SC 2; SC 4, Sec,; Lance 4; Vars. Club 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3; Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Golf 1,2, 3, 4. FAULDS, MICHAEL - Route 2, De Pere; Vars. Club 4; Debate 2; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Freshman Football; Vars FB 4; Intramural BB 1, 2, 3, 4. FERRIS, GEORGE - 473 Main St. , De Pere; Key Club 2,3,4; Lance 4; Chorus 1, 2; Cheerleader 4; Drama 2, 3, 4; Intra. Bowling 2, 3, 4. FLAHIVE, KEVIN - 3137 Ravine Way, Green Bay; Varsity Club 4; JV FB 3; Varsity FB 4; Intra. BB 1, 2, 3, 4; Tennis 2. FRISQUE, JAMES - Route 4, De Pere; Key Club 4; Lance 4; Intra. Bowling 3. 4; Intra. BB 1, 2, 3, 4; Soccer 4; CC 3; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Argos 4. FRITSCH, MICHAEL - 1014 Helena St., De Pere; Key Club 2; Fresh. FB 1; Intra. Bowling 1, 2, 3, 4; Intra. BB 1, 2, 3, 4; Golf 1, 2, 3, 4. GEORGE, JOHN - 1102 Grant St., De Pere; Varsity Club 2, 3, 4; Fresh. FB 1; JV FB 2; Varsity FB 2, 3, 4; Intra. Bowling 1,2,3; Track 1,2,3. GILLING, CHRISTOPHER - 711 N. Adams, De Pere; Key Club 1,2. GORENC, GREGORY - 509 Martin St. , De Pere; Key Club 1, 2, 3; Cheerleader 4; Drama 3, 4; Intra. Bowling 1, 2, 3, 4; Intra. BB 3, 4; Golf 1, 2, 3; Argos 3.4. HANNON, JOSEPH - 108 N. Michigan St. , De Pere; Chorus 2, 3, 4; Drama 3,4; Fresh. FB 1; Intra. Bowling 4; Intra. BB 2; Track 2. HENDRICKS, SCOTT - 636 N. Adams St., De Pere; Key Club 1; Intra. BB 1, 2, 3, 4; Golf 2; Track 1. HITT, MICHAEL - 320 High St. , De Pere; SC Rep. 1,4 ; Class Officer, Pres. 2,3; Key Club 1,2; Var¬ sity Club 3, 4; NHS 2,3,4; Fresh. BB 1; JV BB 2; Varsity BB 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4. HUGHES, JAMES - 131 Marsh St., De Pere; SC Rep. 3; Class Officer, Pres. 1; Key Club 2, 3, 4, Sec. 3, Pres. 4; Lance 2,3,4; Varsity Club 3, 4; Fresh. FB 1; JV FB 2; Varsity FB 3, 4; Intra. BB 1, 2, 3, 4. JOYCE, JEFFREY - Route 2, De Pere; Class Officer, Sec. 2, V. Pres. 3, Pres. 4; Varsity Club 3, 4; Debate 2, 3, 4; Fresh. FB 1; JV FB 2, 3; Vars. FB 3, 4; Intra. Bowling 3; Intra. BB 1, 2, 3, 4. KABAT, JAMES - Route 2, Greenleaf; NHS 3, 4; Chorus 1,2,3; Drama 2,3,4; Fresh. FB 1; Intra. Bowling 4; Intra. BB 1, 2, 3, 4; CC 1, 2, 3; Track 1, 2, 3, 4. KASTER, MARK - 244 Dauphin St., Green Bay; Intra. BB 1, 2; Intra. Bowling 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 2. KILEY, EDWARD - 624 S. 6th St. , De Pere; Fresh. FB 1; Fresh. BB 1; JV BB 2, 3; Intra. Bowling 4; Intra. BB 4. KITSLAAR, ROBERT - 2554 Bittersweet, Green Bay; Varsity Club 4; JV FB 3; Varsity FB 4. KOCKEN, JEFFREY - Route 4, De Pere; Intra. Bowl¬ ing 1, 3, 4; Intra. BB 1, 2, 3, 4. KOLB, RICHARD - 704 N. Broadway, De Pere; Cho¬ rus 1, 2, 3, 4; Intra. BB 1, 2, 3, 4; CC 2, 3; Track 1. KOOP, JOSEPH - 1320 Chicago St., De Pere; Varsity Club 4; Varsity FB 4; Fresh. BB 1; JV BB 2. KRAEMER, SCOTT - 301 Dauphin St., Green Bay; Fresh. FB 1; Track 1,2. uo LANDREMAN, JOHN - 1511 Grace St., De Pere; Key Club 2, 4, 4; NHS 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Drama 2, 3, 4; Intra. Bowling 1, 2, 3, 4; Intra. BB 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1; Argos 3,4. LEANNA, TODD - 2326 Meadow St. , Green Bay. LEMENS, MARK - 1119 Huron Rd., Green Bay; Var¬ sity Club 3, 4; NHS 2, 3, 4; JV BB 3, 4; Intra. BB 1. MALACZEWSKI, DALE - 846 St. Francis Rd., De Pere; Varsity Club 3, 4; Fresh. FB 1; Varsity FB 4; Fresh. BB 1; JV BB 2; Varsity BB 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4. MANDERS, WILLIWM - 1270 Driftwood R., De Pere; Varsity 3, 4; Fresh. FB 1; JV FB 2; Varsity FB 2, 3, 4; Intra BB 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1. MATHYS, KENNETH - 128 E. Briar Lane, Green Bay; SC Rep. 1, 2; Class Officer, Sec. 2, Treas. 3; Key Club 3, 4; Officer, Sec. 4; Lance 3,4, Editor 4; Varsity Club 4; NHS 2,3,4; Fresh. FB 1; JV FB 2; Varsity FB 4; Fresh. BB 1; JV BB 2; Intra. Bowling 4; Intra. BB 3, 4. McCOTTER, THOMAS - 154 Hilltop, De Pere; Fresh. FB 1; JV FB 2; Fresh. BB 1; Intra. BB 1, 2. McFADZEN, MICHAEL - 416 Floral Dr., Green Bay; Key Club 3, 4; SC Rep. 4; Varsity Club 4; Varsity 4; Intra. Bowling 2,3,4; Intra. BB 1, 2, 3, 4; Tennis 1, 2. MEIKLE, JAMES - 526 Karen Lane, Green Bay; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Fresh. FB 1; Intra. Bowling 1,2,3; Intra. BB 3; Tennis 2,4. MENNEN, GERARD - 330 Broadview Dr., Green Bay. MERLINE, THOMAS - 432 N. Wisconsin , De Pere; Intra. BB 1, 2, 3, 4; Tennis 3; Track 1. MINEAU, JON - 564 Somerset, De Pere; Vars. Club 3, 4; Vars. FB 3, 4, MISKELLA, JOHN - 215 Belle Ave., De Pere; Lance 4; Varsity Club 3,4; Fresh. FB 1; JV FB 2; Vars. FB 3, 4; Intra. Bowl. 1; Intra BB 1, 2, 3, 4. MONTGOMERY, JAMES - 2601 Riverside Dr. , Green Bay; Intra BB 1, 2, 3, 4; Soccer 3, 4; Track 2,4. MORAN, MARK - 831 Virginia Dr., De Pere; SC Officer, Treasurer 4; SC Rep. 3; Key Club 1, 2; Var¬ sity Club 3, 4; NHS 3, 4; Fresh. FB 1; JV FB 2; Var¬ sity FB 3, 4; Intra. BB 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1,2. MURPHY, FREDERICK - 3024 Waubenoor, Green Bay; Vars. Cl. 4; Vars. FB 4. NEUGENT, MICHAEL - 2428 Libal, Green Bay; JV BB 2; Intra. BB 2, 3, 4; Track 2. NEWHOUSE, MARK - Route 2, Kaukauna; Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Chess Club 3; Drama 3, 4; Intra. Bowling 1, 2, 3, 4; Intra. BB 1, 2, 3; Track 2,3. POLLATZ, MICHAEL - 936 N. Broadway, De Pere; Lance 1; Key Club 2; Intra. Bowling 4; Intra. BB 1, 2, 3, 4; Tennis 2; Track 1; Argos 4. PROCHNIAK, ROBERT - 256 Simonet, Green Bay; Varsity Club 3, 4; Fresh. FB 1; JV FB 2, 4; Varsity FB 3, 4; Intra. Bowling 1; Intra. BB 1, 2, 3, 4. RENKENS, ROBERT - 1261 Outward, De Pere; Var¬ sity Club 3,4; Fresh. FB 1; JV FB 2; Varsity FB 3, 4; Intra. Bowling 4; Intra. BB 1, 2, 3, 4. RIFLEMAN, ROBERT - 508 Beaupre St. , Green Bay; Cheerleader 4; Fresh. FB 1; Intra. Bowling 4; Intra. BB 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4. SAHAIDA, JEFFREY - 1617 Mayfair, De Pere; Key Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Fresh. FB 1; Intra. Bowling 2; Cam- ATA Club 2 SANDERS, DAVID - N. 6th, De Pere; Band 1,2,4. SCHLEIS, MICHAEL - 822 4th St. , De Pere; Class Officer, VP 4; Varsity Club 2, 3, 4; Fresh FB 1; JV BB 2; Fresh. BB 1; Varsity BB 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4. SCHOBER, WILLIAM - 1703 Lost Dauphin Rd., De Pere; SC Officer, Pres. 4; SC Rep. 3; Key Club 3; Lance 4; Varsity Club 3, 4; NHS 3, 4; Fresh. FB 1; JV FB 2; Varsity FB 3, 4; Intra. BB 1, 2, 3, 4; Tennis 1. SCHUMACHER, ERIC - 1360 Fox River Dr., De Pere; Cheerleader 4; JV FB 3; Intra. BB 1, 4. SCHUMERTH, JOHN - 156 Warren Ct., Green Bay; Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Intra. BB 3. SMITS, DANIEL - Route 2, De Pere; Varsity Club 2, 3, 4; Cheerleader 4; Intra. Bowling 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4. SMITS, JEROME - 652 Reid Street, De Pere. STRENSKI, ROBERT 236 Bryan St., Green Bay; Key Club 3, 4; Varsity Club 3, 4; NHS 3, 4; Chess Club 2; Fresh. FB 1; Varsity FB 3, 4; Fresh. BB 1; JV BB 2; Intra. BB 2, 3, 4. SWENEY, JAMES - 1325 S. Summer Range, De Pere; SC Rep. 4; Cheerleader 4; Chess Club 2; Fresh. FB 1; Intra. Bowling 1, 2, 3, 4; Intra. BB 1, 2, 3, 4. SWOBODA, MATTHIAS - 314 Beaupre, Green Bay; Band 1, 2, 3; Chess Club 4; Drama 2, 3, 4; Soccer 3. 4. TERREL, BRIAN - 1337 Franklin, De Pere; SC Offi¬ cer, VP 4; Key Club 4. TETEAK, PETER - 551 Hilltop Drive, De Pere; Var¬ sity Club 4; JV FB 2; Varsity FB 3, 4; Fresh. BB 1; Intra. BB 1, 2; Track 1,2. TILKENS, JEFFREY - 615 Heyden Lane, Green Bay; Varsity Club 3, 4; Fresh. FB 1; JV FB 2; Varsity FB 3, 4; Intra. BB 1, 2; Track 1. TWEET, JOHN - 224 Oakhill Drive, Green Bay; SC rep. 1; Class Officer, Sec. 4; Lance 1; NHS 2,3,4; Ballet 4; Drama 3, 4; Intra. Bowling 4; Camera Club 1, 2; Argos 1, 2, 3, 4, Editor 4. VANDE WALLE, MICHAEL - 1651 Highview, De Pere; Fresh. 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WILTGEN, TIMOTHY - 3310 Cameo Ct. , Green Bay; Class Officer, VP 1; Lance 3, 4; Varsity Club 3, 4, Pres. 4; NHS 2, 3, 4; Chorus 4; Drama 1, 3, 4; Fresh. FB 1; JV FB 2; Varsity FB 3, 4; Fresh. BB 1; JV BB 2; Intra. BB 1, 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 4. 141 jm 0 _ . kW . . ‘ •. ,• -J ■ : -l:‘ JR ' S If you can keep your head when all about yoi Are losing theirs and blaming it on you, If you can trust yourself when all men doubt But make allowance for their doubting too . I;,.:::. i: ivV :: ;:: • • x musmx " ■ ■ . don’t deal in lies, ive wav to hating •■■If:: • V ’.t::: ■■■■ ■ i ,r Od ; :• . ■ Jw? mm :■ p XX-Xt; ' . w? t - I-’ ' J: ..: •: % •••• l r ; i -- " : t:: ' ?-;:: ■■■■:■ ’-t: j-; : S K •• [: a»!- fei ■: .. - !-.• " ! r ; ; -- r — " -S”iJ - v ' ' l ■’ ' ■ - ' - . ' ; ■ ■ . . : •. : •• ■ - : s •: . - • •: ,7 •:; - v . ■ j -MiVtV - • —• • ■ ■ : • • : ' ■ . 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