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

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This man was otfered a head coaching job at a local high school — yet he stuck with Pennings. This year he accept¬ ed the difficult job of athletic director. And is, and surely will be a great inspiration to all the students at Pennings. This man is Mr. Dave Minten. Terry R. Newhouse Editor 2 ■ ■ £5 ? : FR, CALA MR. OETTINGER MR. FRAN KEN Administration Biology, Basic Science, Dean of Discipline, Intra- Phy. Ed., Track, Frosh Football mural Bowling Mod. , T-3v- MR. LAVIOLETTE Scoiology, Government, Head Varsity Football Basketball Coach FR. VANDENBUSCH Religion, Psychology, Guidance Dir., Student Council Mod. MR. MINTEN Phy. Ed., Health Athletic Dir., JV Football Basketball Head Track Coach MR. PIGEON English, Debate, Speech, Play Publicity MR. MEINHARDT German, Argos Moderator MR. BYRNE English, Writing, Soccer, Soph. Moderator MR. WIESECKEL Band, Jazz Band, Pep Band, Musical App. MR. RICHTER Chorus, Swing Choir Play Producer, Photography, Music Theory, Music App. MR. GROVES Typing, Bookkeeping, General Business, Personal Finance, Frosh Basketball Track Varsity Football MR. TESSNER Chemistry, Physical Sci. Senior Class Moderator, Registration, Lighting Director WHY, can ' t you turkeys get that through your head? MRS. QUIGLEY Librari an FRATER BIEMERET World History, Area Studi es SR. LOUISE English, Lance Mod. FR. BRUNETTE Physics, Chess Club MR. SLACK Economics, Adv. Alg., Geometry, Frosh. Mod. FR. DeGROOT Math, Key Club, Ass. JV Football Coach, Book Store Mod. • • MW, :% ■ i iipap Where Is Grady Going ? You know? For any question you can ' t answer--pick a lucky letter. ■ V •W 6 FR. MEEHAN SR. JANET FR. CLARIDGE French, Religion, Junior Math Librarian, Science Moderator MR. BAUKNECHT English, Play Director, Practical Humanities Filming FR. FELDKAMP Language Culture, Fresh. Soph. Guidance, Academic Comm. DR. WALTER COYLE Am. His., Local His., Cross Country, Track HR MR. PREDITH French Too bad I didn ' t take German. 7-VvJ z f- •r • v..:- § MR. MICKEY KAIN Maintenance MRS. ALBERS Maintenance MRS. WITTEBORG Art I II MRS. VANDEHEI MRS. CARTER Dietician Dietician The life of a cross-country coach is SO easy. tured are: Fr. Lucier Latin Fr. McKeough Finance officer Mrs. Kersten Maintenance Mrs, Eileen Engel i i IS-:■ Hii; •••• x . 9 Frosh M. Baeten P. Baeten B. Benson W. Boehm B, Br au It S. Brick M. Bronk M. Brozek J. Brunette T. Carrol J, Conway M. Cotter J, Counihan T t Crowley S, DeNamurs J. Despins J. Dickinson J. Diny T. Donarski S. Fabry R. Fitch J, Fitzpatrick K. Forbes T. Gallagher M. Gellin K. Haen ■ • ■ SSJ-g ■ i at mim — yv The 1975-76 fres RIGHT TO LEFT Treas. P. Hein, M. VanAlstine icers from , M. Bronk Schaeffer. mmi ■■ V r ■ Mil i § 11 Fil f 4 m Ml in af ill i j( f ' t i i t I Heimerl M. Jones A. Jackson P. Hein T. Kane S. Kraft P, Lasee S. Janssen F. Kaftan K. Kobussen J. Koehler B. Kosnar G. Knunpos M. Lee F. Lemens D. Linds ley D. Loritz D. Mackin S. Marnocha P, McCormick S. Meeuwsen J. Mueller M. Nelson K. Pali low S. Payant B. Petersen P. Phelen K. Phillips P Pirman D. Pokel ■ C. Regan K. Roels S. Romenesko J. Ross R. Sanders B. Schaefer T. Schleis D, Schneider T. Schneider m J. Schrader J. Schuh D. Schwartz 12 M. Skaleski T. Stanton P. Strenn M. Tarlton D. Teske J. Urb an M. Van Al- stine B. Van Den Langenberg J. Vander Zan- den J. Vander Zan- den P. Van Dyck M. Van Egeren P. Van Grun - sven R. Van Lanen W. Veling K. Webb P, Weber J. Winski J. Zegers J. Zovnic 13 tmm S. Basche J. Beilin S. Blaha M. Bougie D. Albers R. Albers M. At ant P. Baeten P. Barlament W. Brogan J, Burke P Byers J. Clouthier B, Coleman J, Conard j. Cornell J. Daley M. De Broux G, Denis R. J. C. P. M. S. Denis K. Diny S. Doherty M. Dorsch B. Fleming Foeller Gay Gigot Gilling Green 14 K. Gustafson P. Hanaway Hosran J. Hanson M. Hennick J Heyrman T. Hoida R. Holschuh M. House T. Howard C. Janssen T. Janssen M. Jauquet L. Jones T. Jones T. Jones D. Jonet M. D. F. J. N. Junio Kaster Kocken Kolb Krebsb ach B. Lamers P. Leicht J. Lemens W. Loehlein M. Lorberblatt 15 A. Marold D. Mattern J. McCormick M. Me Mon agle J. Michels D. Meidl D. Moore A. Nelson M. O 1 C allaghan P. Peeters P. Petitjean D. Pieters R. Pinchard B. Pirman G. Reinhart J. Schaupp S. Schneider D. Sigl M. Smits R. Smits S. Stormer P. Sullivan A. Sweney J. Teske J. Teske T. Van Alstine C. Vandenlangenberg J. Van Grunsven J. Van Sis tine 16 D. Vercauterin G. Vercauterin J. Welle Well, Well the Springs have run dry, so have ideas! M. Winske Mike Wright The 1975-76 Sophomore Class Officers from RIGHT TO LEFT are: Treas. K. Gustafson, Sec. Mark Gigot, V.P. John Cornell, Pres. Tom Janssen 358 5 • ;iTSa PHOTO NOT AVAILABLE P. Albers D. Berg P. Burke D. Davidson T. Ambrosius J, Bertrand J. Butz M. Donarski S, Anderson M. Blaha K. Butz P. Dorseh D. Angst R. An tonneau S. Bradkowski M. Carrol P. Everson T. Baeten M. Bourgeois C. Brown J. C arlson J, Clark N. Elkey T. Fashingbauer D. Pitch T. Flanigan D. Ford D. Griffin D. Griggs R. Gruesen I I 18 ]. Hannon Heintzkil! T. Guerin D. Haen M. Hein S. Hettmann T. Hookers G. Ho ell B. Jagodinsky P. Hoeft M. Holschuh J. Jansen J, Janssen W. Kolb J, Johnson T. Lasee S. Joss art M. Kaften A. Keenan j . Kempen M. Ledvina D. Leicht J. Lemke R. Ley Z ' ■ •• 19 The 1975-76 Junior Class Officers from RIGHT TO LEFT are: V. P. Fred Mathys, Pres. Jim Peterson, Sec. Brett Everson, Treas. (not pictured) Steve Sehring M. Love M. Mackey D. Mangless F. Mathys MclntyTe McKenna Merkatoris Micksch Obviously the better half of the junior Class the final touches on their Homecoming float ft = v. J. Mills M, Mohr Mo r tell P. Nelson P. Olejniczak C, Olson Peterson Pfankuch Pieters 20 I F. Pirm an M. Regan J. Rollin R. Romenesko S. Scannel S Schaefer D. Schleis C. Schroeder T, Secor S, Sehring J. Sincoular S. Smits R, Stary M, Stewart K. Swan » . f N. Sweney B. Tarbert P. Umentum D. Van Al- stine T. Van Sis- tine T. Waldkirch R. Walsh J. Wetli W. Wiegand E. Wiltgen J. Witteborg M. Zambrow- icz C. Zehren Seniors BRUCE ADAMSKI 3 -;: MARTIN ALBERS TIMOTHY AMBROSIUS GERALD ARENS JOHN BAETEN MARK BAETEN Just think Phil, your an open bachelor now? -T i mm ,w, ;: ■ .■ 3%c . SHiSSjEj mm SaSssS £: I MARK BALAMENT MARK BELLIN J. ARTHUR BIE Jn . jy, • z -x- - • • ■ ? ' -- -! ' ■ ' ■ " ■ ■■ -■■ ■ - - ' ■ :; - .. . ■ . ... -Aiv--. -i- ■ " ' v — " " i ■ •’ ? • . . KWBfSw.T ■:. . .. ■■.. ffiBmsrnm t •Ji .‘5 . iji. ,..• • ... . . . .. .. ' ■ . :| ; ? Vjj;,, ? 7£.,s — - - :: ?? , . •■■■■’-. : . ::•• S®feiry r «v ■ ii tmfi " IP I JAMES BILOTTI MICHAEL CALLAHAN DAVID BRAWNER RICHARD COENEN RICHARD BROGAN MURPHY COWLES PAUL DENIS GREG DERFUS RICHARD DAIN PETER DE MARS Paul that sure was a funny GARY DERFUS c v mm DONALD DOCKRY DANIEL DONARSKI MATTHEW DORSCHEL WILLIAM DRAHEIM ERIC EVERSON •; ' ,V 3 ”™.■. viT. .■••.■ . . .■ ■- . . .■ ■■ x.yv■, ::■ -iiitf; if: -.• •••■•:•:•;••■■ ■ • ; . .■ ■■ ■. ■. V .■ ■, ■. .■ ■. I . . -■ .■ ■. ■ .■ ■ .■ . ■ ■ ■ .■ „■ yv .• . %y w) • £.v ' ■ ■ . . ■■ V... ■ ■ v.■ ■■ v ■ .■ ■. fc 1 .. ■ ■ ■; :■ ■ ■ ■.% ■ : Bk smk : WZm ' :: ■ vjMjyK ■ DANIEL FESER TIMOTHY FLEMING BRIAN GERRITS Radicals Who Today, Become Ipl JEFFREY GORENC Hi Dave . . . Tomorrows’ Institutions That Are Threatened By Rad icals STEVEN HARPT SCOTT HARRISON 26 I JOHN HILLEN, JR. BRUCE JAGODINSKY MARK JANSSEN THOMAS JOHNSON DAVID JOYCE 3K ■■ r- a . jew; - ■ !» ■ • ’ - . 4 MARK JONES Another rip-off dance at Pennings . ... ■. z 27 28 V - ip KHIgllif: - stem i I I MARK KOLB TIMOTHY KRIENKE DANIEL LAES THOMAS LE MIEUX r m We did not dare touch this because of LaViolette ' s great art. -i-i ■omq k-mm ■■ rr;S: :r ; • iilfp; j£r£P$ V,; : M . ' if jAMES LEMKE JOHN MAPES ERIC MARTIN Joe College, what are you Hi Dave ELLIS McFADZEN 29 PAUL MENTING PETER NELSON TERRY NEWHOUSE PHILIP O ' BRIEN RICHARD O ' KEEFE Wasn ' t that a great weekend Mitch? Hi Dave 30 I STEVEN PIGEON MICHAEL QUINETTE PHILIP REINHART v nKS. S ' J ' EPHEN RIFLEMAN RANDOLPH ROMENESKO DALE ROBERTSON STEPHEN ROTHE JOEL ROESER FREDRICK SCHAUPP FRED SCHLAPMAN PAUL SCHLEIS PETER SCHLEIS One of our two school symbols. Gues what the other is? If All Obstacles Hats To Be Overcome Before Anything Was Done, Nothing Would Be Accomplished COLE SCHRADER KEVIN SCHUELKE TIMOTHY SHAUGHNESSY 32 Drunkeness is nothing else but a voluntary madness. KEITH SIGL TIMOTHY STOCK JOHN TESKE KEITH VANDENBUSH 33 I DANIEL VAN DYCK MICHAEL VAN EGEREN DAVID VAN GEMERT Remember: Even The Smartest Person Had To Accomplish The Simplest Of Tasks First. MICHAEL VAN LANEN ROY VAN LANEN 34 RICHARD VAN REMORTEL LEO VAN SISTINE CHARLES WILT GEN STEVE ARANT The following seniors are not pictured: TOM GILLINC DAVID WINTER CRAIG HELF L jf it 1 :mm m m r. •••• ' •• tmm ««:.{ 35 Senior Ball ► Vf£j£| ' |l ■ ■ • ' . ;; , I KING: QUEEN: Dave Joyce Lisa Van Dycke Mark Baeten and Cathy Grace J. Arthur Bie and Sheley Le Mieux Jim Lemke and Karlene Flahive Steve Rifleman and Terry Mackey Joe Roeser and Laurie Nelson Dave Winter and Holly Marold SENIOR BALL " 76 " An enjoyable evening for all the couples that attended. The music was produced by Sojourn Express, at the Port Plaza Inn. It was a beautiful night with great excite¬ ment in the air. It Was Really Really Fun i 53 ijispfc 4 ; i ' v . sips - •• ■a •• T- 36 til li ' If ll mxvSI Ifir x _ A A;svw ' vvV A ; v Vi Vv‘ , t VV ' ' VvJyA fc v ' Sc’ 1 i llfils S ' Wa - aYvSS S vS I f W Harpy you tiger (i i Later baby Father is watching wicked with women imp- Ah sweet love, MY heart is over Goodnite John boy. ... . 1 ;.4 ' i Such a natural pose, , . ? I don’t think Father looks too healthy mm mm ■U 1 mim Wmm He-man Harold was re £ ' ■ ■■■■ • • • HiSiS? PglMp; . . m0 ■ Bp ■V : v.; 18 3S 3 ... " ■ . ■ • an honest guy Father, he wouldn ' t spike it. 38 P 1 • Wm ••- e; • •• m ■ .v.v ■0_ V . Ji W Homecoming ’75 ■ t ' ' t : v « : JfigSK.,,;: ' ' 1 • ■ , -• V - -iV ■ ... fails ■ ' ■ 1 1 . MB gJSgg VO . : : : " • (till COURT Bob Stoehr--Cindy Holtz J. Authur Bie--Shelly LeMieux Marty Albers--Barb Moore Jack Baeten--Lynn Michels John Teske--Mena Lorberblatt Leo VanSistine--Sue Cuene Tim Krinke—Betsy Turke King Bob Stoehr escorts ' 75 Homecoming Queen Cindy Holtz. Homecoming ' 75 was marred by our only de¬ feat of the season. But Pennings spirit still ran high in hopes for a playoff berth. The homecoming Dance was held at WBAY Auditorium, with the largest crowd ever par¬ ticipating, Music was provided by " Friends " and " Your Song " by Elton John was the theme. " FRIENDS " " What ' s the name of that co-ed. " ah one ah, ah two ah, Gordy and Carroll clowning around. What ' s Roger reaching for? Squire Spirit 1 I . ' ' S ' !!? j-P ' -Tj-f-i 5Wv- Come on Leo kill Beudry Beudry will ya get out of our pictures sha-zam ! mm s H k • . Last one to the bench buys the beverages tonight The Grid Iron MrHmsm .... IWr ' t mm .■A ' .V I FIRST ROW: B. Gilling, D. Albers, P. Peters, T. Fashingbauer, ]. Baeten, B. Jagodinsky, M. McKenna, T. Baeten, J. Mapes, B. Gruesen, SECOND ROW: M. Bourgeois, J. Teske, J Van Sistine, P. Hoeft, M. Janssen, M. Hein, L. Van Sistine, G. Mortell, D. Van Alstine, THIRD ROW: J. Van Grunsven, B. Wiegand, S. Anderson. S. Denis, FOURTH ROW: T, Janssen, D. Joyce, C, Wiltgen, P. Reinhart, D Donarski, D. Haen, D. Berg, J. Daley FIFTH ROW: M, Van Alstine C. Schrader, T. Waldkirch, G. Derfus, B. Stoehr, J. Arthur Bie, M. Van Lanen, J, Peterson, M. Albers, T. Krinke, J. Teske, M, Beilin, G, Derfus, S. Jossart, D. Diny, G, Helf, and S. Bratkowski. Hi Dave Chuck steps in front of the camera again! J ' : " - .v. ■ . W i i . :m ; I . ■ S = " ... ' J Hi Dave Nice game coach- Ya, but that ' s not all There it is guys " GOLDEN ARM " Pennings 13 Pennings 13 Pennings 14 Pennings % 7 Springs 26 Pennings 22 Pennings 26 Pennings 7 Pennings 19 St Mary ' s 0 Central 10 Xavier 2 Manitowoc 0 Pennings 12 FVL 16 Premontre 8 Lourdes 0 Roncalli 7 ■ rV " ' Silgg ( i-y , v ■HHI f pp ? ;$ £ ? ' :;$p ■ ••. • 1MII ■■■■• as on Bobo--up is right, down is left. Just like the blink- a car. is R am m y that little guy? Come ers on wm is where the game is won or lost. Fans! Fans! Fans! w JV Football % mm ;v£jjjBf8y ' .;$ : ' ■ - •» - ; -wf - illsFjix FIRST ROW: T. Janssen, D, Albers, B. Pirman, J. Heyremen, P. Peeters, J. Micheals, R. Albers, G. Vercautren, M. Hein, SECOND ROW: J. VanSistine, M. DeBroux, M. Dorsch, P Le mens, T Keehnan, Conard, M. Arant, D, Schleis Haen, J. Wetli, P. Olejniczak Baeten, P. Hanaway, S, Sehrlng, J. Daley, j. T. Baeten, S. Denis, J. VanGrunsven, J, THIRD ROW: J. Teske, J. Teske, D. Johent, FOURTH ROW: S. Stormer, K. Butz, M. Love, K. Gustafson, P. Byers, K. Diny, D. A beautifully executed pass by the JV ' s. 46 Look at that protection. i Albers in the air for another pass. JV Record 1 Pennings 26 St. Mary ' s 20 | 1 Pennings 6 Xavier 0 1 1 Pennings 20 Kewaunee 18 1 1 FVL 6 Pennings 0 I I Premontre 28 Pennings 18 | 1 Pennings 8 Rone alii 6 I Record (4-2) 47 Freshman Football ammmmmmn r ■ : : ■» ' K-iy V . ; •»• W W v4-•+ »- « " " ..-.-XiS-v 1 - •...■ ■••• ••- ; jy;:;; i FIRST ROW: S, Fabry, P. Pirman, M. Rronk, P. Van Grunsven, M. Brozek, SECOND ROW: M. Nelson, D. Mack- en, M. Van Alstine, B. Kosnar, J. Zovnik, T. Gallagher, j. Diny, THIRD ROW: J. Schuh, K, Haen, J. Brunette, B. VandenLangenberg, T. Krumpos, M. Van Egeren, ]. Schraeder, FOURTH ROW: K, Roels, D. Teske, P. Strenn, B. Schaefer, S. Kraft, S. Romenesko, M. Cotter Frosli Franklin 19 Washington 14 Lombardi 19 Pennings 14 Edison 8 Record Pennings 6 Pennings 8 Pennings 8 Premontre 8 Pennings 6 ( 1 - 4 ) " Sorry I made a mistake. " Cross-Country X 1 k» V t 1 4L A - J ■ A - - " ■ ' ■■ •■vW-Jcfr r ' i- ' -ife iJBf . r Ci--. ' i jit ' II IlfTi : - Doc had to try to put something together with the limited resources that he had. It was a tough job, but he managed. The team was paced by Seniors Todd Martin, Dan Van Dyck, and Randy Romenesko. Good luck next year Doc. BACK ROW Romenesko, Varsity T. Martin, J. Clouthier, D. Van Dyck, R. S. Marrocha, F. Kaften, P. Webb j$f$k ■ ■ ::PV ■ ’ . . " .... . . . • , •- ' ' ■ ■ ' . j4- 0-0-0 she was great last night! For Kaften FRONT ROW: JV T. Carrol, B. Benson, Fun V jt ria ga te • jw t - ' - — « V w T: • " " -- . . : __ 11 ' r ig? ■ 3 . And they ' re off. Oh Romy you ' re such a ham. 11 To be or not to be. . . " AF?r ' - j. jLx, V - ‘ . . ' i I;- ' •• •■ ’ .9 Soccer sn :r Ktr»sit t 1 tSS.«!a L: ■■ ■■■ .v- A ■ S w. ■ ■ ■■■: v. k i. f :-■.: wmm , L " SENIORS: STANDING—K. Schuelke, R. ter, KNEELING—D, Robertson, P, Denis JUNIORS: STANDING—G. Hoell, D. Angst, B. Everson, KNEELING—F. Mathys, T. Van Sistine, Missing--M. Hol- schuh, P. Umentum Phelan, Dain, D. Win- FRESHMEN: Missing—J. Conway, D. Pokel, P, J, Ross, J. Koehler SOPHOMORES: J. Schaupp, N, Krebsbach Missing--J. Cornell, M. McMonagle, S. Fleming, B. Coleman , P. Sullivan, Basche, B. Ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh! miM. ■ f ■ ' •■ V, . . ■ ■ ■■ j - J Pennings Premontre Paper Valley A llouez Mengsha Premontre A llouez Mdnasha Paper Valley Premontre Menasha ; A llouez enmng State Playoffs The 1975 soccer season proved to be the best season of soccer ever for the Abbot Pennings Soccer team. This year was the first year that Squire Soccer was officially affiliated with the Abbot Pennings High School itself. The season was finished in first place with a 11-1 re¬ cord, and a 0-1 non-conference record. The Squires were invited to the WISAA State Tournament, but lost in the semi-finals to Milwaukee University School (4-0). Schuelke--the reason why we ' re great. Dain--one of the reasons why we win. ■m - 4 . . mm. mmM tow,. p| I knew I shouldn ' t have went out last night. Look Mom, I ' m a seal! V, ' . Coaches: Ed Byrne Mike Heimbach Boy, they got decent cheerleaders. Shut up here comes coach. m-m mm . ; r ■.-. ' A «£■ •Till -Jr ' rV M SEjiVi jf£? ' W , " Wm Jjw-i- Jft . |g £ £3 fg J » ■: :■, :».£ » : l V- ' vi t Ky . Ws mSBKA % it - i v ■■ . ’ i - : r. :: " :. • - ■ ' ■ XHk. ;.C. ' - ' ; - : : -;:f r -r C£ ,-vv, - :• c ■■■ , ■ J , $ fr i iSfe ■•--• v I . | t v . ' . • . ■ St : i : .- ■•■ ' .-jS ■ . " : IT-:w cS : : ■: ' Ti.- ■ • . ®’: • ' . C: .:■ ,v ■?£: : : m., 4 V. ? 2 C ' a . £» " v vSs SSSs v ;.j? © ?: trffre c r-:.i fipP - S : :,, •we v K RST ROW: N. Elky, P. Nelson, M. Bourgieos, J. Baeten, T. Martin, L. Van Sistine, SECOND ROW: T. Flani gan, J. Peterson, M. Albers, P. Hoeft, S. Bratkowski, TOP ROW: S. Harrison, J. Wetli. Pennings worst year of past 10. --Premontre took con¬ ference but did not go to state Varsity Buckets GREAT SPLIT-SECOND WORD BY OUR PHOTOGRAPHER ! I want to shoot again. Mighty Marty made the most God is that guy strong! ;;VV ’ r " w MPl ? : ? : " 5 : ?V :5 : .:■:?: ' ■ ' - . • : • ■ ' ...; :V ..:. ■•::r .. ■ : " ••■■■•■■:: ■■ ■ .-:...: ■ ' :••■-■•: . 4 i ' ■■■■■■• ' :: ::: ' ■ ■ ■■■ it; ■ ■■ ; ■: llllil ill 1§MI sp»«W ■ rs ' V " ,:. gSSt K s§Mg ■ . : ' •• " " ••• sSilMS Mmmm wSSm ■ : 5?2 :■■■■ iiv-JX Hi; :v|Ii™ wg .iS Come on Canary I’ll take you on. We reached great heights in our season, ha ha My turn first Todd. Todd pumps for two. Zeke jumps high over Mr. MVP. All eyes on Leo. ■ Is this a stick-up? Oh boy, I ' m going to score It ' s my 15th point v: w .-v s -■ ;■ v .■■■ ■. v ■ ■ .■ B : ■ £ ' ■■ Todd in a 5 minute stall. Harrison up for the shot Zeke dumps one off. Leo off of an Albers pick. ••••• • - . ■ -:V • ■ • ••• •• : ••••’ V • . • ■ , - •• T, : ,- , -Mmmm . IllS S’i.i-ij.i mm. K. KrV ' ,.:; Jf £. e w ‘0 »« v ♦ " .■ z j I ALL " [■ ’•-. . " ’ ... ' r Xr. . r.. ..... k ifoy- ■ ::•:: " fly -Jr j- tm ■ i ; " j • " ffi 2 $ • . rs_j ■:■■ ±$8m. I . A, f f m ■■■ t hHI Marty over ALL the Cadets. Oh! I din ' t think I was this far out. pk m t - Sp ' (WdSi. ? V - ' £2 Ji ' , R 4 . — 1 « Legs Leo The games steady pace shows that the team is in shape 59 Wwm MH |aR : n W gMM is iK ' eP si . s Minten ' s guys tip the game into once again. Pennings always higher than Cadets Go Nuts! Wmm Thanks to this guy no roster picture, sorry. (Hi Dave.) m I- , s - :• ’% ' ■ -■ s m RSUH MsSS v ..... M? rf y ■• ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ v--v -V ' m " -W- 1 . h. . A no tiier running JV : v: ■ They double Sorry Steve no go! up on Van A lstine Remnant of the JV show. air 61 " ■ ■ " ■J|V| " j | i ' BBSEr " ■::. : ■ ?® 5 gfe ill 5g§m • r :;!=■; ■ : ' ■ : i 1111 S ?w llll ■ ijflSl BACK ROW: L—R: mgr. P. VanGrunsven, Lemmons, K. Webb, S. Craft, Kafton, J. Tarlton, P. Hein, F. Crowley, M. Bronk, . Fabry, M. Cotter, B. Vandenlanenberg, F. Schuh, FRONT ROW, L—R: T. Stanton, M. J. Zegers, P. Van Dyck, M. Van Alstine, T. Frosh Buckets Record 14-3 Pirman. fi ._ - W -■ L TO R— Mitch Tarlton, Joe Zegers Jay McCormick. Pat McCormick L TO R--Mike Miksch, Neil Elkey, Joe Clark, Capt. John Hillen Third Consecutive Year For Conference, And A Regional You should have seen the other trophy I passed up First. Coached by Ray Sauvey the AFHS Golf team took first in the Conference and Regionals for the third consecutive year. They also were invited to state and took 2nd place. And then this guy preceded to take.. Tennis 76 64 ! f I ' M fi. .r ' M ;f ' giKf;. ■ : ■ - » - «- ' Tf l if pi I ?• ' X7 m vAV- v •;: v ' »• ■ jwgtfp x 4 4 i i„•| . : :::■■•■■■• Intramural Basketball dfilRiijl fcssjjlRfcf 1 : m, mmm • ?•.- $» • ; •£ : ' ■ g • : Ilk i : S ' . v H . •.’t lia Rf A 51 jstgi •» ■ ' .j i; - ;; ■ ■ ' ■-(.; • ' ■ A £ 65 Intramural Bowling I MMSm -■ ' -T f On to the P,B.A . ; ' ! Y ' M. “ _ NfcPP Gosh! I got a 32 in the 9th. •• • m sa- ' j x. i I. ■■■■- ' ; ' ■ y, : -! v-. ' ; HPV ' ■ j - I ■m BOTTOM ROW: Romenesko, M. K. Webb, P. Hein, Hogan, ], Hanson, G. Denis, F. Mathys, ?. Denis, I O’Brian, D. Angst, S. P. Petitjean, Harpt, TOP J. Conard ROW: P. Van Grunsven, S. OFFICERS: TOP ROW ROW: R. Romenesko : P. Hein Sec. , C. Zehren Treas. , T. Newhouse V. P. Pres. , BOTTOM ‘ ... " !■ ■ v- 1 ?; r ' ■ ■ n wmmmk ! flvJI AH® L T. , $ 1 ; ■ Vri • ■■ :■ v. i ■ ■■ •■ ■• ■■ ■..... • . ... .... Gruesen, M. Bourgeois, J J. Peterson, P. Reinhart, Diny THIRD ROW: B. Eve Bie. C. Schrader, T. Cla R. Wiltgen, B. R. Romenesko, VanAlstine, K, B. Derfus, J.A Micksch ,--R L. VanSistine Krienke V. P. , B. s. . SITTING J. Bae :ff:f ■- P||: Si " • : i. •■ ' i.yi €1 Seniors: L--R P. O ' Brien, R. Romenesko, T. Gilling, ]. Hillen, K. Schulke, T. Newhouse, G. Derfus, D. Donarski. S. Rothe, G. Derfus, A. Krebsbach, C. Zehren, T. Krienke, P. Stoehr, JUNIORS: L--R M. Zambrovich, P. Umentum, J. Peterson, D, Walsh, M. Holshuch, C. Zehren, E. Wiltgen, B. Everson, J. Mortell, B. Gruesen, S. Sehring. SOPHOMORES: L--R K. Gustafson, S. Denis, N. Krebsbach, C. Gigot, G. Denis, J. Michels, P. Hana way, M. Green, D. Albers. w 4s j-V FRONT ROW: L--R P. Sullivan, T. M. Hogan, G. Rinehart, S. Swan, I Krienke, S. Jossart, J. Clark, J. Bie Schleis. Key Club B. Draheim Rinehart Officers: Treas Sec. M. Vandelist Donarski Walsh ,’-k ' 4: ?i ' . - • -r V ' r, ; 4 -.. v ‘J ' . Sports Editor G. Derfus Senior Editor P. O rier Junior Editor S. Sehring Lance 71 • ' .:•••• :: Y s C; : ' ' :S.‘C:h-Z MdC§ : ... V: . ' :::: ■•■■■..■■• - :: • . ' ■■■ ■■■■■■■■ : :i:ci:b;: •• .■ v. . ...... .. .. . v ■ ■ : ■ : ,T: w : ;;; sigii C£ 8 SS ! BSSfil B mm Mil SSI L—RN. LaViolette, D. Joyce, L. Kwaterski, J. A. Bie, C. Flahive, J. Lemke, T. Van Able, Steve Rifleman, S. Gagnon, R. Romenesko, V. DeCleene, D. Davidson L—RK. Schneider, L. Bourgeois, A. Safford, K. Cuene, S. Vandenbush, P. Cuene JV Cheerleaders I t I ■mm : fW . V -■■■■ •■. ■ •. V .■ ' .■■ ■ . % mm$ W$ £ ■ - .V. . - - -%-• •■■. ¥!-:-- ■ y M - Sy ■ jjMgr.•■•:••• ; , ■!■.■ ■ ■ »■■ ■■ ■! ■: ■ ;0 A .1 .v. % % , vv. ■ : ■ ■ • vvOTOSb : -:v£iti ■ .■ :■ ■ :■ x-.-Ivaa % •■ •• .V. ' .V. " .VSs- ■■ ■ ■■ •■•■■■ ■■ ■■ , ■ ■ -!• . HSsSKm War, I mean school is HE] L! Oh Gerber you hard guy! " PERCH” . m : Nelly and the Felly ri : • V : ■ ' .-V? iiisiif: A.yy v .■ . .V A|J I . VAV gS® r ■ ! i % y ■ ■ .■. ■. ■■-■■ . ■ : : Y e, V. DeCleene, rski, G. Krumpos, McIntyre, J. Teske Sincoular Pin chard rson, M. Hogan, J e, T. VanSistine, , Dorsh. A. lackso FIRST ROW: R. C. Laes, B, Pete B. Brault, M. Le T. Waldkirch. P Band FIRST ROW: R. Sincou SECOND ROW: M. Don J. Teske, M. Hogan B r, T. Fashingbauer, K ski, M. Ley, S. Laes, Pe te rson, Teske, J. Teske. . SIDE: P. Dorsch • mi . T- - 75 mm Mm % ■ v l:.! : . ' l. " :: ; jm$ «s«s {fe s f ij; lilii! 33x£ i ISi I:;;:. " : Look out for that % bus! An example of a well disciplined class I m 18 and I ' m FREE. Say there guys, Jerry ' s here. :fcvw:; W?M isPPi; W$ 5j£i£ ;r ; : ' Jit ' JivfiSrfK ?K?S5$i-?; L Stj ™si: ’ .vi : 1 ■ : - -i " . c :: V ADAMSKIj BRUCE KEVIN--Summer Range, De Pere Intramurals Bowling 4 ALBERS, MARTY--Sixth Street, DePere; Student Council 1,2, 3; Varsity Club 3,4; Chess Club 1; Foot¬ ball: Frosh, Varsity; 2,3,4; Basketball: Frosh, JV 2, Varsity 3,4; Track 1 ANBROSUIS, TIM JOHN--Route 4, DePere; Drama 4; Track 1; Intramural: Bowling 2,3,4 Basketball 1,2, 3,4 ARENS, GERALD THOMAS--Hawthorne Place, Green Bay; Intramural Basketball 1,2,3 BAETEN, JACK J.--Charles Street, DePere; Football: Frosh, Varsity: 2 t 3,4; Basketball: Frosh, JV 2, Varsity 3,4; Track 1,2, 3,4; Varsity Club 2, 3,4 BAETEN, MARK DAVID—Route 5 DePere; NHS 3,4; Key Club 2, 3 Pres. 4; Intramural: Bowling 2, 3 Bas¬ ketball 1,2, 3,4 BARIAMENT, MARK ROBERT—Bitters Court, Green Bay; BELLIN, MARK STEVEN—Apollo Way, DePere; Var¬ sity Club 3,4; Football: Frosh, JV 2, Varsity 3,4; Bas¬ ketball: Frosh, JV 2; Intramural: Bowling 3: Basketball 3,4 BIE, J. ARTHUR--Whitney Street, Green Bay; Class Officer l(Treas. ), 3(Sec. ); Key Club 2, 3,4; Varsity Club 2, 3,4; Cheerleading 4; Football Varsity 4; Tennis 1,2, 3,4; Intramurals: soccer 3, Bowling 1,2,3 Basket¬ ball!, 2,3,4 BILOTTI, JAMES J,--Webster, DePere; Varsity Club 2; Basketball: Frosh, JV 2; Tennis 1,2; Intramurals: Bowling 3, Basketball 3,4 Soccer 3,4 BRAWNER, DAVID J.—Little Road, Green Bay; Argos 4; Band 2; Intramurals: Bowling 4, Basketball 3 BROGAN, RICHARD F.—Bitters Court, Green Bay; Class Officer 2 (V. P.); Key Club 2,3; Football Frosh; Basketball: Frosh, JV 2; Intermural Basketball 1,3,4. CALLAHAN, MIKE PA TRICK--McArthur Lane Green Bay; Football; Frosh, JV 2,3; Soccer 2; Intramurals: Bowling 1,2, 3 Basketball 1,2, 3,4 COENEN, RICHARD J.--Fourth Street, DePere; Class Officer 1 (Sec. ), 2 (Sec.); Drama 2; Chorus 1,2, 3,4; Intramural Basketball 1,2, 3, 4 COWLES, F. MURPHY—Iroquios Street, Green Bay; Football V arsity 2 DAIN, RANDY J.--Longview Street, Green Bay; Drama 2, 3,4; Varsity Club 2; Chorus 3,4; Football Frosh Soc¬ cer 2, 3,4; Intra murals: Bowling 3, Basketball 3 DAIN, RICK j.—Longview Street, Green Bay; DEMARS, PETER WILLIAM--Greenw a Id Street, Green Bay; Football JV 2; Intramural Basketball 1,2, 3,4 DENIS, PAUL RICHARD--Rosemont Drive, Green Bay; Student Council 3(Treas, ), 4; Lance 1,2, 3,4; NHS 2,3,4; Argos 4; Chess Club 1; Debate 1, 2, 3; Track 1; Soccer 2, 3,4; Intra murals: Bowling 2, 3,4 basketball 1,2, 3,4 Soccer 3,4 DERFUS, GARY A. —Chantilly Lane, Green Bay; NHS 4; Student Council 4; Varsity Club 4; Football: Frosh JV 2,3 Varsity 4; Track 2; Intramurals: Soccer 3Bas¬ ketball 1,2, 3 DERFUS, GREGORY A .--Chantilly Rue, Green Bay; NHS 2, 3,4; Student Council 4; Lance 4; Varsity Club 4; Football Frosh, JV 2, 3 Varsity 4; Intramurals: Bas¬ ketball 1,2 Soccer 3 DOCKRY, DONALD JOHN--McArthur Street, Green Bay; Key Club 2, 3,4; Football Frosh; Intramurals: Bowling 1,2 Basketball 1,2,4 DONARSKI, DANIEL JEROME--Terra view Drive, Green Bay; Student Council 2, 3,4; Lance 2,3,4; NHS 2, 3,4; Key Club 2, 3, 4; Varsity Club 4; Drama 2, 3,4; Band 1,2; Football Frosh, JV 2, 3 Varsity 4; Tennis 1,2; Intramural Basketball 1 DORSCHEL, MATT JOHN—Simonet Street, Green Bay; DRAHEIM, WILLIAM ARTHUR—Terraview Drive, Green Bay; NHS 3,4; Key Club 2,3,4; Chess Club 1,2; Intramurals: Bowling 1,2, 3,4 Basketball 1, 3 EVERSON, RICK L. —Glenwood Drive, DePere; Tennis 1,2; Drama 3; Intramurals: Bowling 1,2,3 Basketball 1,2,3 FLEMING, TIMOTHY JOSEPH—Outward Drive, De¬ Pere; Transfer from ST. LAWRENCE SEM. Class Of¬ ficer 2 (V. P.); Argos 4; Drama 3,4; Chorus 4; JV Basketball 2; Cheerleader 1; Intramurals: Bowling 1,2 Basketball 3 soccer 3,4 FESER, DAN JOHN—Stewart Street, DePere; Varsity Club 3,4; Football Frosh; Track 1,2, 3; Intramural Basketball 1,2, 3,4 GILLING, THOMAS BERNARD—Adam Street DePere; NHS 4; Varsity Club 3,4; Football Frosh, JV 2, Varsity 3.4 Intramurals: Bowling 2,3 Basketball 1,2, 3,4 Soc¬ cer 3 GERRITS, BRIAN L.--Route 3, DePere; Intra murals: Bowling 2, 3,4 Basketball 1,2, 3,4 GORENC, JEFFREY JOSE PH--Martin Street, DePere; Intra murals: Bowling 3 Basketball 3 HARPT, STEVEN GERALD—Armond Court, DePere; Student Council 4; Lance 4; Chess Club 1,2; Drama 2.3.4 Intramurals: Bowling 2,3 Basketball 1,2,4 77 HARRISON, SCOTT WILLIAM—Lola Drive, Green Bay; Varsity Club 3,4; Band 1,2; Basketball Frosh, JV 2 Varsity 3,4; HELF, CRAIG MICHAEL—Webster Street, Green Bay; Varsity Club 3,4; Football 3; Varsity 3,4; Intramurals: Bowling 3 Basketball 3,4 Soccer 3,4 HILLEN, JOHN ROBERT--Simonet Street, Green Bay; Lance 4; NHS 2, 3,4; Argos 4; Varsity Club 2, 3,4; Debate 2 Football Frosh, JV 2; Golf 1,2,3,4; Intra- murals: Bowling 1,2, 3 Basketball 1,2, 3,4 JAGODINSKY, BRUCE EDWARD - -East Mission Road, Green Bay; Varsity Club 4; Football Varsity 4; Track 1,2, 3; Intramurads: Bowling 1, 2, 3 Basketball 1,2, 3,4 JANSSEN, MARK W.--Route 5, DePere; Varsity Club 3,4 Drama 1; Football Frosh, JV 2, 3 Varsity 3,4; In¬ tramurals: Basketball 2, 3 JOHNSON, TOM WAYNE—Memory Court, Green Bay; Intramurals: Bowling 2,3,4 Basketball 1,2, 3,4 JONES, MARK ROBERT--Woodview Lane, Green Bay; Intramural Bowling 2, 3 JOYCE, DAVID JOSEPH—Route 2, DePere; Varsity Club 4; Drama 2, 3; Band 1,2, 3,4; Cheerleading 4; Football Varsity 4; Intramurals: Bowling 1 Basketball 1,2, 3, 4 Soccer 3 KOLB, MARK W. —Bomier Street, DePere; Chess Club 1,2 Intramural Bowling 1,2,3 KREBSBACH, ALAN DAVID--Dauphin Street, Green Bay; NHS 2, 3,4; Chess Club 1, 2; Band 1,2; Tennis 1,2 Intramurals: Bowling 2,3,4 Basketball 1,2, 3,4 Soccer 3, 4 KREMER, MITCH A . —Longview Avenue Green Bay; Intramural Basketball 2, 3,4 KRIENKE, TIM W. —Clay Street, DePere; Class Offi¬ cer 3, 4(V. P. ); NHS 2, 3,4; Key Club 2, 3,4; Varsity Club 2, 3, 4; Drama 2, 3,4; Chorus 2, 3,4; Football Frosh, JV 2 Varsity 2, 3, 4; Basketball Frosh; Track 1; Intramurals: Bowling 1,2,3 Basketball 2, 3,4 Soccer 3 LAES, DAN JAMES — Sioux Lane, Green Bay; Football JV 2,3; Track 2 LEMIEUX, TOM M.—Lost Dauphin Road, DePere; Track 1,2; Football Frosh; Basketball Frosh; Intramur¬ als Bowling 1,2 Basketball 2,3,4 Soccer 3 LEMKE, JAMES WARREN—Webster Street, Green Bay; Cheerleading 4; Intramurals: Bowling 1,2, 3 Basketball 12 3 4 MAPES, JOHN L. --Stevens Street, DePere; NHS 4; Varsity Club 3,4; Football Frosh, JV 2 Varsity 3,4 Intramural Bowling 4 Basketball 1,2, 3 MARTIN, ERIC STEPHAN--St Marys Blvd. , Green Bay; Football 1; Intramural Bowling 3 Basketball 2 MARTIN, TODD JOSEPH—Oakdale Ave. , DePere; Lance 3,4 Varsity Club 1,2, 3, 4; Basketball Frosh JV 2 Varsity 4; Track 1,2, 3, 4; Intramural Basketball 3 MCFADZEN, ELLIS JAMES--Riverside Drive, DePere; Key Club 2, 3,4; Intramural Bowling 2,3 Basketball 3 MEEUWSEN, TIMOTHY JOHN--Riverview Ave., De¬ Pere ; Key Club 2, 3 Drama 1,2 Chorus 1,2, 3,4 Intra¬ mural Basketball 1,2,3 MENNEN, ROBERT C.—Broadview, DePere; MENTING, PAUL JOSEPH—Hilltop Drive, Green Bay; Key Club 2, 3,4 Football Frosh, Intramural Bowling 1 Basketball 2 MILSON, MIKE JOHN--Summer Range Rd. , DePere; Chorus 3,4; Intramural Basketball 1,2,3 NELSON, FETE JOFFN--Wilcox Ct. ; Football 1; Soccer 2 Intramural Bowling 1,2, 3,4 Basketball 1,2, 3,4 NEWHOUSE, TERRY R.J.—Route 2, Kaukauna; Stu¬ dent Council 4(V. P.); NHS 2, 3,4; Argos 3 (Junior Edi¬ tor), 4 (Editor);; Chess Club 1,2; Drama 3; Chorus 2,3; Intramural Bowling 1,2, 3,4 Basketball 1,2 Soccer 3,4 O ' BRIEN, PHILIP R AYMOND—Dauphin St. , Green Bay; NHS 2, 3,4; Class Officer 3(Tres. ), 4(Sec. ); Stu¬ dent Council 3,4; Lance 1,2,3(Junior Editor), 4(Edi- tor); Key Club 2; Chess Club 1; Debate 2; Tennis 1,2; Intramural Bowling 2, 3 Basketball 1,2, 3,4 Soccer 3 O ' KEEFE, RICHARD TOM—Winnebago, DePere; Track 1; Varsity Club 2; Football Frosh, JV 2, Varsity 3,4 Intramural Basketball 1,2, 3,4 PIGEON, STEVE GERALD—Libal St., Green Bay; Track 1; Intramural Bowling 1,2 Basketball 1,2, 3,4 QUINETTE, MICHAEL J.—Jordan Rd. DePere; Key Club 2 Intramural Bowling 1,2,3 Basketball 2, 3,4 Soccer 3,4 REINFIART, PHILIP JOHN—Bitters Ct., Green Bay; Key Club 2, 3,4(V.P. ); Varsity Club 4; Football Frosh JV 2, 3 Varsity 4; Tennis 1 Intramural Bowling 2, 3 Basketball 1,2, 3,4 Soccer 3,4 RIFLEMAN, STEVEN THOMAS—Beaupre, Green Bay; Student Council 1,2 Cheerleading 4 Football Frosh JV 2, Track 1,2 Intramural Bowling 3 Basketball 1,2, 3,4 ROBERTSON, DALE MARTIN—Surerior St. , DePere; Track 1, 3,4 Soocer 2, 3,4 Intramural Bowling 1,2,3 Soccer 3, 4 Basketball 1,2, 3,4 ROESER JOEL PATRICK—Gwynn, Green Bay; Football Frosh Intramural Bowling 1,2,3 Basketball 1,2, 3,4 ROMENESKO, RANDOLPH LEE—Mayfair St. DePere; Student Council 2, 3,4(Tres. ); Lance 4; NHS 2, 3,4; Varsity Club 3,4; Cheerleaders 4; Football Frosh; Track 1,2,3; Cross Country 2, 3,4; Intramural Bowling 3 Basketball 1,2, 3,4 Soccer 3 ROTHE, STEPHEN JOHN—Oakwood Ave., Green Bay; NHS 3,4; Lance 2, 3,4; Argos 2, 3,4; Drama 3,4; Chorus 1,2; Intramural Basketball 1,2 SCHAUPP, FREDERICK JOESPH—Urbondale DePere; Intramural Bowling 3 Basketball 1,2, 3,4 SCHLAPMAN, FRED JOSEPH—Dauphin St. Green Bay; Intramural Bowling 3 Basketball 1,2, 3,4 78 I SCHLEIS, PAUL JOSE PH--Fourth Street, DePere; Foot¬ ball Frosh Intramural Bowling 2 Basketball 1,2 SCHLEIS, PETER JOSEPH—Fourth Street, DePere; Intramural Bowling 1,2 SCHRADER, COLE MARTIN—Kenney St. ; Key Club 3.4 Varsity Club 3,4 Football Frosh JV 2 Varsity 3,4 Track 1 Intramural Bowling 2, 3 Basketball 3,4 SCHUELKE, KEVIN JOSEPH—Voelher, DePere; Soccer 2, 3,4 Intramural Bowling 2, 3,4 Basketball 1, 2, 3,4 Soccer 3,4 SHAUGHNESSY, TIM JOHN—Iroquois St. Green Bay; Intramural Bowling 2, 3 Basketball 4 SIGL, KEITH A. --Rte,2, DePere, Intramural Bowling 2.3.4 STENCIL, THOMAS M.—Ridgeview Terr. , Green Bay; Class Officer l(Pres. ), 2(V.P.), Football Frosh, JV 2 Intramural Bowling 2 STOCK, TIM C.--Beaumont St. , Intramural Bowling 3 Basketball 1,2, 3,4 STOEHR, ROBERT HENRY—Ridgeview Ter. Class President 2, 3,4 Student Council 1 NHS 2, 3,4 Key Club 2, 3,4 Varsity Club 3,4(Pres,) Football Frosh, JV 2 Varsity 3, 4 Intramural Bowling 2,3 Basketball 1,2, 3.4 Soccer 3 TESKE, JOHN PAUL--Broadway St. Green Bay; Class Officer 4(Tres. ) Varsity Club 3,4 Band 1,2, 3,4 Foot¬ ball Frosh JV 2 Varsity 3,4 Basketball Frosh, JV 2 Track 1,2, 3,4 Intramural Basketball 3,4 TOUSCAN . JOHN MICHAEL—Summer Range, De¬ Pere; Drama 1, 2,4 Chorus 4; Tennis 4; Intramural Basketball 3,4 Soccer 3 VANDENBUSH, KEITH JOSEPH—Briar Lane, NHS 3,4 Intramural Bowling 3,4 Basketball 1,2, 3,4 Soccer 3,4 VAN DYCK, DAN ROBERT—Voelker St. , DePere; Varsity Club 2,3,4 Track 1,2, 3,4 Cross Country 1,2, 3,4 Intramural Bowling 1,2,3 Basketball 2, 3 VAN EGEREN, MICHAEL JAMES—Clay Street, Key Club 3,4 Intramural Bowling 3 basketball 2,3,4 VANGEMERT, DAVID VICTOR—Route 2, DePere; Student Council 2; Key Club 2, 3,4 Chess Club 2 Foot¬ ball frosh Tennis 2 Soccer 2 Intramural Bowling 2, 3,4 Basketball 2 VAN LANEN, MIKE JOHN—Bomier St., DePere; Var¬ sity C lub 3,4 Football Frosh JV 2 Varsity 3,4 Track 1 Intramural Bowling 1,2,3 Basketball 1,2, 3,4 Soccer 3 VAN LANEN, ROY GERARD—Route 5, DePere; Chorus 4 VAN REMORTEL, RICHARD ALLAN--Franklin, Intra¬ mural Bowling 1,2, 3,4 Basketball 1,2, 3,4 VAN SISTINE, LEO N. --Lost Dauphin Road, DePere; Varsity Club 1,2, 3,4(Sec.); Football JV 2 Varsity 3,4 Basketball Frosh JV 2 Varsity 3,4 Tennis 1,2, 3,4 WILTGEN, CHARLES GERARD—Cameo Dr., Class Officer 1(V. P.); Varsity Club 4; Drama 2, 3,4; Football Frosh JV 2 Varsity 3,4 Basketball Frosh Intramural Bowling 2, 3,4 Basket Ball 1,2,3 WINTER, DAVID R.--Fox River Drive, DePere; Soc¬ cer 2, 3,4 Intramurals: Bowling 3,4; Soccer 3,4 ZEHREN, CHARLES VINCENT—St. Marys Blvd, Green Bay Class Officer 2 Lance 2, 3,4 NHS 3,4 Debate 1, 2,3; Drama 1,2, 3,4 Chorus 2, 3 Intramural Basketball 3 Soccer 3 79 I He may not be aggressive on the floor, but elsewhere, . . I come from here, home, every day to go to school the Seniors H WmM , ' ■ mm ■ iliii Come on tlie picture Self (the one one the re diner) and some friends. This is what I think of your picture Brawner Another surprise quiz that was expected. 81 1976 Track Season :. : x iWmSm The underclassmen show a lot of promise The only real track fans Todd always pulled his weight. mmm t 82 Tommorrow ' s athletes trying here today. I i i Cannonball in the blocks. My love life? Oh It ' s ■jwff say buddy? j v ■’ 1976 Junior Prom rj xr c rj r Si W Wr A £ WrjtiMi JUSijjr THE COURT King: Pete Hoe ft Queen: Lee Kwaterski Fred Mathys Sue Sehring Dan Davidson Joyce Beaudry Brett Everson Julie Gigot Joe Clark Megan Skaleski Jim Peterson Kathy Kiedinger Steve Jossart Susanne Gagnon Coach had to come to this event. . » f ' j The White Knight and the Black Phanthom I don ' t understand why we haven ' t danced yet The question is not if they had dinner at Gails, but who paid the check? Why wasn’t Junior Prom fun? ;• aivvS ■l ign in 11 ' y " ■■-■■■ -rngm mmmm rn gsSSgR mm . . . II ims i pM X. 55 V : ' -Z;y ■: • ! r . • v .+-■ ■ 88 T — LAES MOTOR COMPANY We have only nice cars 1515 University Avenue Green Bay, Wis. t T o 1 pi . si 89 90 ,■ L ■ ■ I li Dave J, Warren Lemke This math is a joke He Eats alone, like % usual. 91 §®stm ill¬ ' s m ■ ■ ■ - ! You ' ll get another one if you slam the door. •. : i i : ' i ■ • ' 92 Now where did I park my car? It only costed $ 109.50 as bear to show my face around here -k. 93 ■ ■ " r : ... ' ■ .. .. •••• • ■ - ; s!i- -r V ISBiSss? ■ 41 iftsP. iBii ■ Sw • iiiS !■?:•} ' :■ ‘ 1 ' : ■: ■: f : iij : : . ■ ’ !■ • ;£;: !■: :■; , , r : ‘ :. ... 1 . : . v : A type of calm peace that never was. i ■■ ■■■■■:■■ ■■■ tsgmMMmm Bsm m ;: j p • .• : , ' ■ " A-v- v • ' 1 • ■ • ■:• .iJfVi •v: . ■. ■: ■■ ■ ■■ -y - 1 • ■■ -■■■■■ ■. • :• • Vl.V.V. ■-■.-.■.v.w.v.v v ■ • ■ ■ ■ ■ ■■ . . - aMrtKgSsr- % .v ■ .■. ■. .v. r. ' v Wwvj i " .. Rememberances of freshman year. 94 !wl-.-.v. ..V. I I. ■ .■ ■ ■« v .■ .■ ■. ■ .■ .■ .; • ; ;. ■ ,■ .■ . • .•. • v. I . V . .■ ■. .■.■ .. . .... . .• ■ .■■ ■■ ■. . WVW ' mik: a,-. 95 Man Of LaMancha THE MAN OF LA MANCHA was Krienke and Liza Birder received this years ' musical at Pennings. The play which starred Tim nothing but rave reviews from critics. I took not be pictures from various scenes and elected not to caption them because fine memories can put into words. i - • ’• I 96 HJ P ' W I ' » 58 ® iF ' t vy- vv - vt - ? i . - . •■ v ■ ■ ■ ' 97 HUB Wr A ■ ■■■■■ ■ ■ .-A--;•: »• . :-. v | ■ :■ ■ : ■ ■ ■ : : if ti: ' ;S3fe gig -JP- • ‘rtfSTg 1 ■v» Wk ,; -V--1 I fSj i?; 99 • ,.v WiriVa,- ■ ■PflW m JMiBywihil ft E D( ?N, mflfiDI GfJfi and GENERATION, paper products for the home-and tissue, towels and napkins for industrial, commercial and institutional use. wishes for your success 100 - I c r • ■ 3; ' is h -•,.:i i...- r ? v • • . " • rrJ ? $£ ‘ . V ' lr 4nm4 J(( " ’ ' 4 -• o . 7 •-•••” -. • - .» £ v- ' ' - • ' ,i , k ' •’- ■:• ■ r,V V 7 V “ ' ■ •■ • . ►“ = ' - v J ••.••■fer-:;. a ' ■■ - ' ‘ • ' s • . - »• ■;•: - ;+.. _ .; 4 ■% $;■ :i . ■ V ' ' ■»■ ■-; J t - A typical gym class; confusion Pa, everybody ' s favorite Father SENIORS OF ’76 CAMBELL RED OWL Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Cambell owners 221 N. Wisconsin, De Pere . Tomar J ! ! ! ! ■ rm A basic cheerleader at the Academy ' s homecoming 101 . ... 3$Jg§ ■ $ §m ..••■•. : -v f MRS. IRENE CENTEN--- Mrs. Irene Centen started working at Pennings on November 1, 1963. She has satisfied the students literary cuisine as the librarian these past 12 years. People think of librarians as hard-nosed, quiet people. Well, Mrs. Centen was quiet because of the studious atmosphere of the library, but hard- nosed, not at all. She was a faculty member you could talk to about almost anything dealing in school policy or otherwise. ' MRS. FLORENCE STONEBROOK- From November 1, 1960 to November 24, 1975, Mrs, Stonebrook has endeared herself to students and faculty alike serving Abbot Pennings in the secretarial position. She has been more than happy to take the monitary investments from parents to guarantee them that their siblings would get a meaningful and useful education. With about 400 students attending school here and being the only secretary she has been kept busy, very busy and de¬ serves a break. Wf ii$t | m m l -v WtHtf jp£Jt oi Although these young women have come and gone at Pennings, their ways be around to stay. Those that knew them should feel lucky they have, aren’t many people like Mrs. Centen and Mrs. Stonebrook. al- There 102 §stlp CHEMISTRY class Key Club Balloon drift, not many came back " I want a part in this years play, it ' ll be a rush. " At last she saw her date for the big dance a telephoto lens you can see into the dorms ■ ■■■■ ■ : WL- is good for more than just sports Drew and company meeting with Steve A rant. There is a ham in every crowd! s ' Tar and Nicotine Crowd. 5 . SSXSjjjpK;. ,r » a new angle on it. :£SSfe Now with 9 savings centers to serve you! 1499 W. Mason Street Green Bay, W1 54303 414 494-8753 2001 S. Webster Avenue Green Bay, WI 54301 414 432-7701 1025 Main Street Oconto, WI 54153 414 834-4415 134 Main Street Oconto Falls, WI 54154 414 846-2831 317 N. Main Street Oshkosh, WI 54901 414 233-2830 104 W. Pulaski Avenue Pulaski, WI 54162 414 822-5925 944 S. Bay Shore Drive Sister Bay, WI 54234 414 854-2381 62 S. Third Avenue Sturgeon Bay, WI 54235 414 743-3391 1S19 Washington Street Two Rivers, WI 54 241 414 793-1184 105 I SENIORS Charlie Zehren—Pres. —V.P. Randy Romenesko--Tres Paul Denis Steve Harpt Dan Donarski John Hillen Gary Derfus SOPHOMORES Joe Conard Mike Hogan George Denis Mike Hein — Sect Steve Hettman Doug Haen Dave Angst FRESHMEN Dave Pokel Mike VanAlstine Paul V anGrunsven Pete Hein Scott Romenesko Kim Haen Fred Kaften Mike Bronk Pe te W eber ■ -STftWS. ' ::§V •a : m ' $$$■ m mm I " ' r . ' ■ : ji.. . ■ jV- - :; ' ;.j’: ' ; ■ ■■ ■ K ' -v ■ ' : ' rear ■ : . : - iti.. m - - lb - I glllfe ' • At® - V s " j : M I. 1 I w»: ' y. g ' M h r- ■ - i. •Wjfcvj! 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Seniors learning the art of milk pouring. - ■ I can ' t " Who ever is putting please sit down. 108 V. •; ’ .‘I ■ v Some Thoughts Your parents spent about $22,000 on your food, cloths, and health. They don’t expect you to pay them back. Wouldn’t it be nice — if something happened to you — to leave them a tangible “Thank-you’’? CM moc mmm KiymMCi socosmr Wm. Bauknecht Your Life Agent Life Mortgage Retirement Disability 497-2444 gj m ’Mai ' mM i IgsB ' HSBSip • iliBII I® m ■ ■ ■ “■ jt " , ■■ yis K jfl ft »81 . M • . ' •. : : .. «;•. :■ ;■; —Sill I •:•:• -WmM Si GKOli ' H Shades of Chuck Berry. I The better half. % John, Paul, George, and Ringo Everybody ' s favorite. Hi, Dave. Pete Nelson obviously enjoyed the concert. We pack the m in for home games v :S .-A. -4 ; s.v:; -r : ; " wA ' - Chuck in one of his more receptive The best part of bowling; the food. Pearls of Wisdom •• 4 ,. ■ The World Around Us A Bicentennial Year I know you have heard enough about the Bicentennial by now, but it is a part of this year and I ' ll have to give you a little more. The school year began on a not so prosperous note, but the recession wore off and better times were ahead. There were new accomp¬ lishments in space (ASTP), conflicts in Indochina, cities going bankrupt, and threats on people ' s lives. But it ' s all in a days ' work. The Symbol of 200 years of Freedom for the U ,S . Shamu of SEA WORLD doing his " Yankee Doodle Whale Show. " y --Yt i -.■A ' , 112 I TAUNTON FLAG 1774 This was one of the early flags of the Revolution. The people of Taunton, Mass, took the familiar British flag, adding " LIBERTY AND UNION " to the red field as one of the first visible signs of discontent with British rule. GRAND UNION FLAG 1776 Sometimes called " Cambridge Flag " as it was raised by General George Washington in that Mass, city on January 2nd, the day after the Continental Army was officially established. John Paul Jones, hoisted this flag Dec. 3, 1775 as the first official Navy banner. FIRST STARS AND STRIPES 1777 The story is told that a Philadelopia seamstress named Betsy Ross designed and sewed this first version of our " Stars and Stripes. " The story has never been proven, but this flag design was officially adopted as our AMERICAN FLAG by the Continental Congress June 14, 1777. " STAR-SPANGLED BANNER " 1814 In January of 1794 Congress adopted a National Flag of fifteen stars and fifteen stripes, the additional two stars and stripes to recognize the new states of Kentucky and Vermont. This flag, flying during the War of 1812, inspired Francis Scott Key to write our National Anthem. A mmmmm ★ ' h ★ A 1 i i AAA A A At LIBERTY OR DEATH DO NT TREAD ON ME CULPEPPER FLAG 1775 The rattlesnake appeared in several different Revolu¬ tionary flag designs and became one of the most-used animals on flags of the period. The militia from Virginia, called the Culpepper Minute Men, carried this flag during the Battle of Great Bridge. FORT MOULTRIE FLAG 1776 This distinctive flag was used by Colonel Moultrie and his South Carolina troops in their defence against the British occupation on Charleston. BENNINGTON FLAG 1777 In August of 1777, in a part of New York which is now the city of Bennington, Vermont, the militia fought bravely and stopped the British forces from invading the state. OUR PRESENT-DAY-FLAG 1959 Our fifiteth state—Hawaii—was admitted into the Union in 1959 and this new flag was officially used in Indep¬ endence Day 1960 to recognize all 50 states. In a relatively short time period, for a nation, of approxi¬ mately 200 years, our original 13 colonies have grown to a nation of 50 states. A A A A A A A A A A ' A A A A A A , A A ★ A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A 113 114 jTJiS,. lr . ' ,| .. vr Sif?(sJp • . .; w mm ■ : mMm t ••• 4 - 1 •W " VM " Vl ; fen l ..Hi: 1 ! •Ij i ' IlKijJjjjliy i ait 4 1 One of two attempts on President Ford ' s life was by Squeaky Fromme on Sept. 5, 1975. Fromme (pictured above) pointed an uncocked .4-5 at him. Some time later Sara Jane Moore also tried the same thing. Based on Peter Benchley ' s best selling book, " Jaws " became the bi; gest money earner in movie history, by scaring hell out of all who The Mayaguez Soon after America pulled out of Vietnam a 31 year old American ship named " Mayaguez " was boarded and seized by the Communist Cambodian government. This seeming minor incident held the world for 78 tense and bloody hours. The ship was taken to an island 34 mile? off the coast of Cambodia. To prevent the crew from being taken to the mainland, air attacks were ordered by the President. The U.S. stormed the island King Hassan II sent 350,000 marchers into the Spanish Sahara to bluff Spain into giving him control. Spain agreed to pull out and give control to Morocco and Mauritania. This agreement would surely provoke the third neighbor Algeria and only promote self-determi¬ nation for the colony. Did Patty Hearst voluntarily cooperate with the Symbionese Liberation Army? At the time this book goes to print the courts will have to decide this and many other questions. 1 ««»r ' iVTi ' .’iVl £-l-hT? ! =I | 5 Sri ' .I id: I,: ,1 ' lYjjn Ill ' ll m Hm Jlinr 1 1 Mj illT !iii|W,v r _ AV.V ' i pjuE Japan ' s Emperor Hirohito presented himself as the in¬ strument of ultimate expiation for the blood his hosts had shed in WWII. He ended an era with eight words at a White House dinner " , .that most unfortunate war, which I deeply deplore. . M He is seen here with Micky Mouse of Disneyland, Dr. Spock, also an authority on relations between parents, is " separated " from his wife Jane. King Faisel, leader by his nephew early of the Arab world was assassinated this year. The ASTP (Apollo-Soyuz Test Project) represented an openess in collaboration between the U.S, and Russia. The mission ended the Apollo program and started, after a five year recess the experimentation with space shuttles. Sam Bronfman was kidnapped for eight days. He was ransomed for $2.3 million, but when the money was picked up police followed and recov¬ ered Sam and the money. Dr. Lee Salk, a top authority on child rearing and sane relations between parents, is divorced from his wife Kerstin. Both are pictured above. 115 The Last Of The Great Log Drives " Buster” Violette supervised the last log drive on the Kennebec River. Why does he have to Quit? Environmentalists say it is using up the oxygen and people want the river for themselves. Drinking destroys just as many brian cells as studying for a test, math of course! Pele came out of retirement to play for the New York Cosmos, for a $4.5 mil¬ lion contract. Joan Little was a quitted for the death of a guard. The claim was self defence. i Betty Ford (shown here while in China spoke openly about anything she was asked. It may have angered some conservatives, but pleased the liberals. The end in Vietnam--It came with astounding swift¬ ness. After 30 years of conflict, in which millions lost their lives and millions more were maimed, the war in Indochina hurtled to its conclusion. Within weeks, Communist forces stormed over South Vietnam, smashed its army, forced the resignation of President Thieu and drove out the last Americans. The lifelong dream of Ho Chi Minh was achieved. Angola had become another battle ground for the world. Cubans helped the Soviet backed Popular Movement, while the U.S. and China are opposing them by supplying arms and advisors. Abe Beame made some drastic cuts in New York ' s bud¬ get last fall to keep the city from going bankrupt. But only when Ford Ok ' ed a federal loan was New York safely back on its feet, finiancially speaking. coach won his 300th game this year in a sport that he says is something to do in the football offseason (Basketball). ' ■■ Y Yi Ruffian, perhaps one of the greatest Thoroughbreds and greatest filly ever bom, died in July while running in a " Battle of the Sexes " against Foolish Pleasure. She was buried alongside New York ' s Belmont Park. In one of the most exciting World Series in a long time, the Cincinnati Reds took the title but not easily, Boston (shown here put up a fight to the finish. 117 ' }? :--I WAS ■ ■■ ■■ ■■ .■ ; : .■ ■ ■ ■ ■ .yv V. .■ .■ ■■ ■■ -I-!-:- ■ ■ ■ • ■:■■■ .. ... ■ . ■ ■ ■■■. v .■ y i 1 " I ' ■■ ■ " " • ■■ ■ ■ ■■ ;■ ■■ ■ ■ ■■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■■ ■■ ■■■■ ■-■■j-.-.- ■.. ■ ■ ■ . .-.■■■ v. . ■ ■ ■. .■ .■■. . ..... .... s-;: t ■r : : ' .. ;• ;.v. j -v ■ ' ;■.. .■... ■ ■. yyy.CiUv i-: ::: 3? ■. ■ ..■■■■. .■ ■. ■. .• ■. . .• .■ ■. . . , I..: ::. ' .:!; - : 118 Hi Bob Director Bill Bauknecht eyeballs his audience. I got the whole moon in my hands. Oops! problem in the dark room. Sue ' s favorite basketball player. t _ w : i ■ « 3 Mark Holschuh Copy Staff Missing Dave Brawner Head Photographer Paul Denis Business Manager Tim Fleming Associate Editor Terry Newhouse Editor JSt • - • m fjJHp: m i mM • :; ;v: 4 m .-■m • :y.r. ' lW.H km Ss ' c " :.: ' : ■ - ••• : :; :■ ■ Now that you have looked through this book, I hope it will serve its 1 purpose in years to come. I would sincerely like to thank Mr. Mein- hardt with putting up with a basically inexperienced staff, and I would like to thank the staff who gave much of their free time to this publication. So with this I break my final ties with the ARGOS. Editor Terry R.J. 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