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

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Abbot Pennings High School People 2 III Third Street Sports 40 De Pere, Wisconsin 54115 Clubs Events 62 Sponsors 84 THINKING ABOUT TOMORROW DON’T STOP THINKING ABOUT TOMORROW Y j I’ j f i ■ a : : W M W % y ,EM Jim Brooks Chris Butterfield Steve Albers Freshmen Dan Albers CLASS OFFICERS President Chris Frigo Vice-president Jim Cuene Secretary Jim Brick Treasurer Nick Tymus Scott Allaire John Baugnet Jim Brick Mike Brimmer Joel Chopin Scott Cieslewicz Rick Cochrane Jeff Crowell Rick Crowley Todd Ferris Pat Flynn 1 Vk i • 1 Li T P -- Ij P ] ■ ra% t s Km [ ✓1 Bob Joswiak John Malooly Mike Marchant Paul Kitsiaar Andreas Kress Joe Misikin Andy Mueller I HL 1 l 1 Pat Mullen Mike Neerdaels Kiar Olson Patrick Petitjean Jon Robertson Mike Schlumpf John Phythyon, Jr Bob Reinhold Bob Pauze Scott Petermann Robert Nelson Mark Nowak Justin Stevens Brian Tarrence John Schumacher Chris Siwik Kevin Stencil Dan Stenlund Brian Thomson Dave Troup Nick Tymus Dave Van Deurzen Sean Turnbull Jim Turnquist Steve Van Deurzen Ed Wagner Chris Vanden Elzen Mark Verheyden Pete White Scott Wingrove Dennis Woessner I wr A m Wjk rWk k 1 A il 1 £h ■ty a| w jnn Chris Caudill Steve Ceaglske Lenny Brignall Joe Brooker Greg Baeten Sophomores Scott Alderton Tom Apple CLASS OFFICERS President Tim Rice Vice-president Jim Campbell Secretary Kevin Crooks Treasurer Chuck Kessler Steve Bammer Scott Boedeker Eric Brunette Jim Campbell John Charles Matt Clumpner Kevin Crooks 1 _ " - ' " w 1 VI 1 ■yB VJ « I i r n BV IBM V WHm ‘ Z H- lA fl iJ vfa B or w r 1 M 1 1 1 kt_ ■ _ I BIB 1 JUg Phil Danen Steve Danen Sean Dilweg Glen Dionne Mark Froelich Tim Garland Adam Green John Foeller Dan Gallagher Eric Elfner Jeff Froelich Steve Danke Dave Darling Jeff DeBauche Steve La Plant Eddie Lin Craig Huguet mzrwwM Mike Jonas Greg Josephs Chuck Kessler Joe La Mere Scott Lindsley Dan Lunney 1 m , ' • A r 5 A- ; A Wt til A w % V fiwk ■ ' m . 4 ' M ¥ l Mike Malcolm Tom Mattson Tom Opichka Andy Peterson Scott Ostrenga Ted Parins Craig Newman Brian Oettinger Chan McCoy Brian Murphy 3 Mike Schott John Sehring Chris Rodesch Jerry Reiland Jim Peterson r m 4 $» u M Steve Thomas Steve Vanden Avond Todd Vanden Langenberg Jim Wheeler Jim Ysebaert Matt Vander Woude Chris Vanderheyden Tim Wong Grant Wright Tim Van Egeren Keith Van Pay L flf V? [ V Juniors Rob Ambrosius CLASS OFFICERS President Lorenzo Cruz Vice-president Andy Cross Secretary Jim Zink Treasurer Alan Matzke Dan Beno John Black Chris Badciong Louie Barone Mike Byers Adam Chapel 1 1 4 U H Bill Bodeker Gary Boulanger Randy Austin John Baugnet m m I Chad Coulombe Andy Cross Jack Davidson Andy Durawa Dave Gagnon Jim Gignac Roger Diny Tim Donovan Kelly Fitzgerald Pat Fry Lorenzo Cruz Mike Cuene ■ Paul Kaster John Kennedy Mike Gruesen Steve Johnson Mike Goeben Todd Gregoire Bruce Henderson Norb Hockers Dan Jonas Mike Joyce Tom Kitslaar Chip Kolocheski h i ji W ■ Vs V §■ 1 I ■ 1 ft t _Vfr Leo Malone Duffy Malooly Alan Matzke Mike Merline John Meyer, Jr. Chuck Neerdaels Mark Mueller Chris Olejiniczak Matt Mueller Tim Oliver Chris Pfeiffer ■ Dan Reis Kevin Smith Jim Smits Pete Schultz Dave Rusnak Paul Rondeau Jon Rothe Tom Schibly Dave Schierl Greg Schumacher Jeff Skaleski Rick Smits Scott Smits 7k in H E JH - “ wP ' WP s fv r | V ; Tim Stoehr Larry Sur Dave Van Remortel Jeff Williamsen Mike Woessner Mike Zak John Wanamaker Chris White Tim Tarrence Tom Vande Yachte , If! X W «BU ! [ 1Hr y_ _ W v v !.i 1 V W£ i U » 1 TO L . iff ; Thomas W. Adair " Yesterday ' s Dream, Today ' s Realities, Tomorrow ' s Memories ' ' Class Officers President: Mike Blahnik Vice-President) Mike Millett Secretary: Mike Crooks Treasurer: Paul Zeller Student Council Rep: l,2i Band-. 1,2,3,4; Jazz Band: 1,3,3.4; Pep Band: 1,3,3.4; Swing Choir: 2,3,4. Musical 3.4i Soccer l,3,3,4i Basketball Manager: ,• Intramural Basket¬ ball: I.2.3.4. Michael A. Anderson National Honor Society: 4 Michael Pierre Blahnik Class President: 2,4i Treasurer: 3i Student Council Rep: 3.3,4i Argos: 3i Lance: 3,4i Key Club: 3,4i National Honor Society: 3,3,4 1 Musicah 4: Cheerleader: 3 Society of Distinguished American High School Students: 2.3.4; Hugh O ' Brien Youth Foun¬ dation Ambassador.- 2i Football: 1.3,3.4; Track: I. l 22 Bruce Bourgeois Key Club: 3,3; Marty Loberblatt Award: 4; Football 1,3,3,4, Basketball: 1,3; Intra. Ra- quetball: 3,3; Varsity Club: 3,3,4, treasur¬ er: 4. Tom Brey Key Club.- 3; Varsity Club: 3,3,4; Football: 3.3,4; Track: 3,4; Intra. Basketball: 3,4. Martin D. Broderick Class Treasurer: 3; Key Club; Football: 3,3) Track 3; Intra. Raquetball: 3; Intra. Basket¬ ball: 3. Patrick M. Brogan Student Council: 4; Lance: 3,4; Key Club: 1,3,3; Musical 3,4; Varsity Club: 3,4; Foot¬ ball: 1,3,3,4; Track: 1,3,4: Basketball: ,- Intra. Racquetball: 3: Intra. Basketball: 3,3. Paul G. Brooks Key Club: 3, Chorus: I, Varsity Club: 3.3,4, Football: 1.3,3,4; Basketball: 1.3; Intra. Bas¬ ketball 3.4. David M. Burke Key Club: 3: Football, 1.3,3,4: Intra. Basket¬ ball: 1.3,4. i 23 Peter Anthony Collette Student Council Rep: 4, Football: 2,3.4-. In¬ fra. Racquetball: 2.3: Intra. Basketball: 12.3.4. Michael B. Conlon Student Council.- 3.4 1 Argos: 3-, Lance: 4: Key Club: 3i Varsity Club: 2,3,4 1 Society of Distinguished American High School Stu¬ dents: 3i Cross Country: 1,2,3.4, Basket¬ ball: 1,2.3.4, Track, 1.4. Michael P. Crooks Class Secretary, Key Club: 2.3, Varsity Club: 2.3.4, Society of Distinguished American High School Students, 1,2,3,4, Football, I, Cross Country, 2.3.4, Basket¬ ball: I, Track, 1,3.4, Intra. Basketball: 1,2.3,4. David Michael Cuene Key Club, 2,3, Soccer .• 1.2,3i Intra. Racquet- ball, 1,2.3, Intra. Basketball, 2, Musical ush¬ er, 3.4. Anthony R. DeJoode Football, 4, Intramural Bowling, 4. James D. Diny Chorus: I. 24 Stephen M. Ferris Student Council: 3.4: Musical: 3.4: Varsity Club: 3.4: Football: 1,3.3.4: Track: I: Intra. Racquet ball. 3.4: Intra. Basketball: I. Christopher T. Froelich Key Club. 3.4: National Honor Society: 3,4: Track: 1,3.4: Intramural Basketball: 1.3.3. ■ I I Allen G. Gokey Key Club: 1.3: Chorus: 3.3,4: Football: 1.4. Christopher Green Student Council: 4: Lance: 4: Key Club: 3.3: National Honor Society: 4: Intra. Racquet - ball: 3: Intra. Basketball: 3,3: Track: I: Soc¬ cer: 1.3.3. John Harper Football: 3.3. Stephen D. Hathway, Jr. Student Council President: Lance: 3: Na¬ tional Honor Society 3.4: Football: 1.3: Cross Country: 3.4; Basketball Manager: 3; Track: I.3.3.4; Intra. Basketball: I: APHS Sportsmanship Award: 4. it 25 James M. Hoegemeier Student Council Rep; 4, Key Club treasur¬ er: 4 Cheerleader: 3.4, Society of Distin¬ guished American High School Students, 1.3.3.4, Cross Country, 3.3, Intramural Bowling, I, Intramural Basketball: I. Roger Tyler Holz Student Council .• 4, Argos: 4, Chorus, 1.3.3.4, Varsity Club, 3.4, Football, 1,3.3.4, Basketball, 1.3.3, Track, 1,4, Intramural Basketball, 4. Jay Michael Jansen Football, 1.4, Basketball, I, Intramural Bowl¬ ing: 1.3.3, Intramural Basketball, 1.3.3. Robert Carl Johnaski, Jr. Key Club, 4, Argos, 4, Musical Crew, 4, Varsity Club, 3.4, Football . 1.3.3.4, Intra¬ mural Bowling, 3, Intramural Basketball .• 4. Paul P. Junio Student Council: 4, Lance, 4, Key Club: 3.4, National Honor Society •• 3.3.4, National Merit Scholar, Musical Crew, 4, Society of Distinguished American High School Stu¬ dents: 1.3.3.4, Intramural Bowling • 1,3.3.4, Intramural Basketball, 1,3. David J. Raster Student Council, 3.3.4, Key Club: 3, Cho¬ rus, Musical Crew. David T. Kiedinger Band: 1,2,3,4: Jazz Band: 1.2,3.4, Pep Band: 1.2.3,4i Chorus: l,2i Swing Choir: 2.3,4i Musical Cast: 2.3.4, Football: 1.2.3.4, Track: I, Intra. Racquetball, 1,2,3.4. James E. Kissel Student Council: 4, Forensics, 4, Argos, Lance, Key Club, 2.3) Musical4, Intramu¬ ral Racquetball. ■ mm Pete Kissel Thomas E. Konop Student Council, National Honor Society, 3.4, Musical Cast: 4, Varsity Club Vice- president: 4, Football, 1,2.3.4, Basketball .• 1.2.3.4, Track, I. Jeffrey F. Kopish Student Council: 3.4, Lance, 4, Key Club: 3.4, Band, I, Jazz Band: I, Pep Band: I, National Honor Society, 2.3.4, Varsity Club, Cheerleader, Society of Distin¬ guished American High School Students, 1.2.3.4, Cross Country, 2.3, Track, 3, Intra¬ mural Racquetball, 2,3. Martin J. Krach Student Council: 4, Key Club, 3.4, National Honor Society, 2.3.4, National Merit Scholar, Musical Cast: 3.4, Society of Dis¬ tinguished American High School Stu¬ dents■ 3.4, Soccer, 1.2,3,4, Basketball, 1,2,3,4, Track, I, Intra. Bowling, 3,4, Intra. Basketball, 4. 27 William T. Leggett Tennis: 2,3,4. Gregory John Lemens Cross Country-- 2.3. William Joseph Lemke Key Club: 3i Basketball: 1.2.3.4. Mark McKenzie Michael W. McMonagle Key Club: 2.3.4: Tennis: 2,4 ,• Intramural Bowling: 2: Intramural Racquetball: 3: In¬ tramural Basketball: 1.2,3,4: Soccer: 1.2,3,4. Paul J. Meyer Football. 3,4. 28 Thomas G. Mikulsky Band I, Jazz Band: I, Varsity Club: I: Intra¬ mural Bowling: h Football manager: 1, Bas¬ ketball manager: 3. Michael S. Millett Senior Class Vice-president, Lance: 3.4, Band: 4, Chorus, 1.23.4, Swing Choir, 3.4, Musical: 1,23.4, Football: 1.2 Intramural Basketball: 1.3,3. Michael J. Mistele Student Council, 4, Key Club ■ 3.4, Lance, 4, Society of Distinguished American High School Students3.3.4, Intramural Basket¬ ball: 3. Craig M. Morris Football, 3.3. Anthony C. Murphy Intramural Bowling: 1.3.3, Intramural Bas¬ ketball, 1.3.3, Intramural Racquetball: 1.4. John B. Murphy Student Council: 4, Forensics: 3, Band: I, Jazz Band, I, Varsity Club: 3.4, Society of Distinguished American High School Stu¬ dents: 4, Football: I.3.3.4, Basketball, 1.3,3, Intramural Racquetball: 3.4, Intramural Basketball: 4. 29 Robert J. Neidl Golf: 1.1.3: Intramural Bowling: 1.1.3.4: In¬ tramural Basketball: 1.1,3. Michael J. Nuskiewicz Football: I: Track: I: Band: I: Chorus.- 1,1.3. Randall J. Oettinger National Honor Society: 4: Intramural Bowling: 1,1,3,4. Wade A. Olejniczak Football: 1.1,3.4. Todd R. Patrickus Varsity Club: 1.3,4: Golf: 1.1,3: Intramural Racquet ball: 3.4. James P. Peeters Cross Country.- 1-, Basketball: 1.1,3,4. 30 Christopher A. Persson Key Club: 3.3i Intramural Racquetball: 3,3: Intramural Basketball: 1.3. Joseph Martin Pfankuch Student Council: 3: Key Club: 3 Football: 1.3: Intramural Basketball: 3. John P. Regan Chorus: 1,3: Golf: 3.4: Intramural Bowling: 3: Intramural Basketball: 3.3. Mark Joseph Riedi Intramural Basketball Todd C. Robertson Key Club: 1.3.3,4: Sandy Ninninger Award: 4: Musical Crew: 4: Varsity Club: 3.4: Soci¬ ety of Distinguished American High School Students: 3.4: Football: I.3.3.4: In¬ fra. Racquetball: 3: Intra. Basketball , 1,3.3.4. Craig J. Romenesko Student Council: I: Key Club: I: Chorus: I.3.3.4: Swing Choir: 4: Musical: 3.4: Intra¬ mural Basketball: 1.3. 3 } Christopher N. Royal Student Council Vice-President, National Honor Society: 2,3.4: Chorus: 1,2.3.4, Musi¬ cal, 4, Varsity Club, 2.3.4, President 4, Society of Distinguished American High School Students, 2.3.4, football: 1.2.3.4, Basketball, I.2.3.4, Track, I.2.3.4, APHS Outstanding Athlete Award, 4. Peter J. Sausen Key Club, 1.2.3.4, President, 4, Society of Distinguished High School Students, 1.2.3.4, Intramural Bowling 3.4, Intramural Basketball, 1.2. Timothy J. Stanley Student Council, 4, lance, 4, Musical: 3.4, ' Varsity Club . 2.3.4, David Haen (out¬ standing lineman) Award, 4, Football, I.2.3.4, Basketball: I.2.3.4, Fred Dillon Award, 4, Track: I.2.3.4. Walter C. Straus Student Council, 3.4, Argos, 3., National Honor Society, 3.4. 32 Michael T. Sullivan Student Council: 4; Forensics: 3.4; Argos: 3.4; Lance: 3.4: Key Club: 1.13,4. Vice- president: 4; National Honor Society: 3,4; Chorus: 1,13.4; Swing Choir: 3,4; Musical: 1,3,4; Cheerleader, 4; Society of Distin¬ guished American High School Students: 3,4; Football: I; Golf: 3; Track: I; Intramural Bowling: 1,1,3.4; Intra. Basketball: 1.13,4. Steven J. Van Remortel Band: 1.13,4; Jazz Band: 1,1,3,4; Pep Band: 1,1.3.4; Musical: 1.1.3; Varsity Club: 1,3,4; Society of Distinguished American High School Students: 4 Football: 1,1,3,4; Intra¬ mural Basketball: 4. John J. Vanden Heuvel Key Club; Soccer: 1,13,4; Intramural Ba- ketball, 1,13.4; Track: 1,1,4. Brian J. Vanden Hogen Student Council: 1,1; Key Club: 4; Band: 1,1,3.4; Jazz Band: 1,1,3,4; Pep Band: 1.1.3,4; Musical: 1,3; Soccer: 1,13,4. 33 I John Ysebaert Soccer: I. Paul D. Zeller Student Council: 2.3, National Honor Soci¬ ety: 2.3.4, Football: 1.3.4, Intramural Bas¬ ketball, 2,3.4, Society of Distinguished American High School Students .• 2.3.4. 34 Ignatius M. Zettel Student Council: 2: Chorus.- 4, Swing Choir: 4: Argos-. 4i Musical: 3,4-. Varsity Club: 3,4i Football: 2,3,4 ; Track-. 2,3i Intra¬ mural Bowling: 3,4. James A. Zimmermann National Honor Society: 3,4: Golf: l,2,3,4i Basketball: 1,2,3,4. Don ' t Stop Thinking About Tomorrow Don ' t Stop Thinking About Tomorrow Don ' t Stop Thinking About Tomorrow Don ' t Stop Thinking About Tomorrow Squire principal and friend of students is Fr. Gery Mee¬ ha n. Pere also oversees Stu¬ dent Council and gets in a little German instruction too. Mrs. Marie Albers maintains her undying support of Pennings and does superbly in maintaining the floors, drapes, yard, windows, res¬ trooms, flowers, stairwells, rum¬ mage sales, etc., etc., etc. Gadgets like computers, video recorders, and TV program re¬ views occupy the world of sen¬ ior English mentor and musical director Mr. Wm. Bauknecht. Carpentry, plumbing, electrical wiring, repair work, and clean¬ ing are all talents of Mr. Mike Castelic. While moderating the fresh¬ man class, Miss Jaci Collins presents Algebra I and all four years of French — without ever getting any of them con¬ fused. Historian Dr. Wally Coyle keeps Squires’ learning rooted firmly in the past, whether American or Church. Art and photography teachers Mrs. Dixie Davidson is pleased with awards won by some of her charges. Lines, angles, and even triangles are no strangers to sophomores, thanks to the geometric instruc¬ tion of Mrs. Mary Jo Diedrick. Some frosh mathematicians and the cheerleaders get to enjoy her also. 36 Mr. Steve Fifrick oversees the World Wars in his history classes, morality debates in junior religion, and physical encounters on the JV football gridiron. When he ' s not biking or downhill skiing Fr. Art LaLuzerne. does Key Clubbing and math problems. makU, fMi Librarian Mrs. Lucy Phelan divides her attention between books, and projectors, but always gives full at¬ tention to their users. Forensics coach Mr. Tom Pigeon is best known for his sophomore English classes. A monumental task falls on bi¬ ologist and bowler Mr. Jim Oettinger. Not only is he school disciplinarian, but he After 24 years as the Squire head football and bas- must also monitor the behavior ketball coach, Mr. Don LaViolette moves up the of his two Squire sons, street to direct the Knights at SNC. The APFIS com¬ munity is the better for having been served so long and loyally by a sociology teacher, assistant princi¬ pal, and first class gentleman. Tr. Brendan McKeough is seldom seen by Squires as he is seques¬ tered in the business office, mak¬ ing sure income exceeds ex¬ penses. All matters athletic are ably Back-up in the kitchen is pro- handled by sports director Mr. vided by the milk shake expert Dave Minten. Underclassmen Mrs. Anne O ' Keefe. are also treated to his phy ed classes and his roundball coaching. Presiding over the Music Flail is chorus director Mr. Don Richter. Fie saves room also for a " Fiddler " and the Swing Choir. 1 " J ||w — i|§ c Wm ' ‘ Amm r Ik j I y 11 ii N| : I ‘u Am C Frater Jim Stein wins the hearts of all Squires with his ever-present " hello " and a hug. Jim teaches Bib¬ lical Survey, Christian Worship, and Consumer Education. Dietician Mrs. Betty Vande Flei, who helped APHS first open its doors J4 years ago, still delights Squire stomachs. No one else at APHS is better at dishing out cafeteria change and attention to Squires than secretary Mrs. Kay Van Gruns- ven. Mrs. Alice Stuebs helps to keep this place tidy and nice. Holding the entire Pennings com¬ plex together is the lady behind the principal. " Fr. Meehan, make room for Mrs. Mary Jane Van Re mortell " Every Squire’s day is pre-pro¬ grammed by registrar Mr. Tom Tessner. And if a student is lucky, he gets the locker he wants and the proper section of chemistry. Fr. Bill Van De Kreeke continues his demanding schedule of pastor - ing the Maplewood parish, instill¬ ing Latin into freshmen, beating Squires at racquetball, and lots of commuting. Physics instructor Mr. Jim Ser- vais also leads rookie Squires through the maze of Basic Sci¬ ence. Spanish expert Mrs. Becky Stein counsels juniors and sen¬ iors. THINKING ABOUT TOMORROW DON ' T STOP THINKING ABOUT TOMORROW pygaBdi Squires Close Out Coach LaViolette’s Career With Yet Another Conference Championship. AV V 1. Smils Soars. 2. Jim Smils on the run. 3. Murphy for the score. 4. U-ra -ra-rah, Pennings Highl 5. Van Egeren scores the TD. 1. Murphy on the run. 2. Crhis Badciong returns an interception. 3. Coaches Groves and Compton. Team: Dave Kiedinger. Tom Opichka, Chad Coulombe, Greg Baeten, Mike Jonas. Dan Gallagher, Mark Mueller. Tim Van Egeren. Bruce Bourgeois. Jim Smits. Steve Ferris. Dave Burke, Row 2: Andy Peterson. Chuck Kessler. Rob Ambrosius. Dave Darling. Pete Collete. Pat Brogan. Todd Robertson. Mike Byers. John Murphy. Tom Brey, Paul Brooks, Dave Van Remortel. Tim Zima. Chris Roya l Row 3: Tim Donovan, Matt Vander Woude. Jay Jansen, Pat Pauly. Steve Van Remortel. Bob Johnanski. Todd Gregoire. Scott Ostrenga. Jeff Piette, Paul Zeller, Mike Blahnik, Row 4: Tim Stanley. Ty Holz, Paul Myers. Wade Olejiniczak, Allen Gokey. Chris Badciong, Al Matzke. Roger Diny. Tom Konop. Season Ends Too Abruptly 1. Return from TD. 2. Shake him off. Tim! 3. Go Squires! 4. Ankle biting? 5. Determination. 6. Who ' s pulling my leg? 7. Defeat is such sorrow. 8. Run it in. Jim. SUCCESSFUL SOCCER SEASON ABBOT PENNINGS VARSITY No. Name Position Year . 1 Lorenzo Cruz Left Half-back 11 2 Steve Vanden Avond Right-wing forward 10 3 Brian Vanden Hogen Center Forward 12 4 Tom Adair Right-wing forward 12 5 Dan Vandenack Center Forward 12 7 Mike McMonagle Left-wing forward 12 9 Tim Tarrence Right-Halfback 11 10 Duffy Malooly(Cpt) Stopper 11 11 Gary Boulanger Left-fullback 11 13 Tim Stoehr Right-wing forward 11 20 Dan Schierl Center-Forward 10 21 Chuck Neerdaels Right-Fullback 11 22 Chris Caudill Left-wing forward 10 23 Dave Schierl Le ft-Halfback 11 25 John Ysebaert Right-wing 12 27 Marty Krach(Cpt) Sweeper 12 28 John Vanden Heuvel Right-Fullback 12 29 Jim Zink Left-Fullback 11 30 Jim Ysebaert Right-Halfback 10 G Joe LaMere Goalie 10 G Craig Huguet Boalie 10 HEAD COACH: JERRY VANDEN HOGEN ASSISTANTS: ARTURO GIRALDO, JOHN MATHYS 1982 SEASON RECORD APHS 1 Milwaukee Pius l(tie) APHS 2 Kinberly 2 (tie) APHS 4 St. Mary Menasha 0 APHS 0 Premontre 0 (tie) APHS APHS APHS 2 Neenah 1 3 Wisconsin Rapids 0 3 Oshkosh Lourdes 0 FVCC- 5-0-2 Overall- 10-0-4 APHS 11 Xavier 1 APHS 8 West DePere 0 APHS 9 St. Mary Menasha 0 APHS 1 Premontre 1 (tie) APHS 2 Kimberly 0 APHS 6 Xavier 0 APHS 6 DePere 1 FVCC games 1. Goalie Craig Huguet 2. Lorenzo Cruz 3. Jim Zink 4. Steve Vanden Avond 5. Dan Vandenack 6. Brian Vanden Hogen 48 •iSfW? ' 1. We’re Number II 2. Lor burning defense. 3. Zinker ponders a move. 4. Tarrence handles the ball. 5. Victoryl 6. Heuv heads Tango 50 V-M ’ 51 52 53 1. Bill lays it up. 2. Hang on. Chris. 3. Pass it, Bade. 4. Airbound. 5. Coach LaViolette gives last minute advice 6. What skill. Bill. 7. Whoops! 8. Jim Peeters TfcAM: Tom Konop, Chris Royal, Mike Cuene. Tom Hogan, Mike Conlon. Row 2: Chris Badciong, Jim Zimmerman. Bill Lemke, Jim Peeters. Tim Stanley. Randy cyr-J fl;g I! « V- -J1 V. - M «b-; L - MU «. Bi S fll B ' : ' Jl j F , y 1 kl ® 1 K frX! 1. 51 Scott Ostrenga, 11 Steve Vanden Avond 2 . Greg Schumacher 3. 11 Vanden Avond lay up. 45 Steve Danke, 55 Jeff Piette, 43 Matt Vander Woude 4. Danke shot. 5. 15 Steve Thomas. 11 Steve Vanden Avond. .s Tir ' ■ ' ' 4|f «is .-.is a 1 i ji — ■ — ' i|dV m __ Tr •- " Afiff ' Srw’ jSrS- ' % { JK ' FRESHMAN TEAM: Chris Butterfield, John Malooly, Manager Kiar Olson, Todd Ferris, Kerry Gulseth, Patrick Petitjean. Row 2: Tom Herzog, John Boulanger, Andy Mueller, Joel Chopin, Paul Hathway, Mike Marchant, Chris Siwik. X ' 1 [IT 1 , s ' j i WBM Wl A ivrff _ r -u m , -itSY L _X__ui. Fast Running High Jumping The Sport Of The True Athlete 1. Pete Baugnet 2. Todd Gregoire 3. Shotput. Mike Beyers 4. Hurdler 5. Run, Mike, Run! 6. UP 7. UP 8. AND OVER!!! 9. Now that ' s a HIGH jump! 10. Dan Beno GOLF GOLF TEAM: Greg Schumacher, Jeff Skaleski. Sitting: Pete White, Kevin Smith, Mark Nowak, Steve Thomas, Phil Danen, Chris Vanderheyden. 1. Jim Zimmerman 2. Greggy the golfer 3. Kevin Smith 4. Nipper Jim Campbell, Tom Hogan, Dan Beno, Pete Baugnet, Leo Malone SMOKINO It VI ' tOPMItllCAIIO THINKING ABOUT TOMORROW DON’T STOP THINKING ABOUT TOMORROW CLUBS EVENTS Mark Mueller. Duffy Malooly, Rudy Lin. Todd Ferris, Mark Nowak, Brian Thomson. Row 2: Sieve Ferris, Adam Chapel, Matt Mueller, Loren zo Cruz. Pete White, Dan Albers, Bob Smits. Row 3: John Sehring, Chris Froelich, Tim Donovan, Andy Cross, John Meyer. Jim Hoegemeier. Tim Rice. Row 4: Mike Mistele. John Vanden Heuvel, Eric Elfner. Chris Vanderheyden. Chuck Kessler, Andy Peterson, Mike Johnson, Chris White. Mike Sullivan, Paul Junio, Pete Saussen. Row 5: Marty Krach Jeff Kopish, Todd Robertson, Bob Johanski, Dan Vandenack, Jim Zink, Fr. LaLuzerne. 7 k rvfj 1 H ' 4 VI f ' J V ' -1 F 1 iff ■ | 11 y vj IF j ,y». 1 i • . ,• y mum- - M STUDENT COUNCIL Walter Straus. Kiar Olson. Vice Vice-president Chris Royal, President Steve Hathway, Chuck Kessler. Row 2: Todd Ferris. Mike Mistele. Jim Smits, Tom Ffogan, Mike Blahnik. Row 3i Jim Hoegemeier, Tom Konop. Todd Gregoire. Paul Junio. Secretary Chris Badciong, Mike Joyce, Treasurer Al Matske, Larry Sur, Nat Zettel, Mike Sullivan. Row 4: Duffy Malooly. Steve Thomas, Tim Garland. Lorenzo Cruz, Joe Brooker. Dave Cuene. Row 5: Eric Brunette, Jim Kissel, Chris Butterfield. Jim Cuene, Andy Peterson, Steve Danke. 64 NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY SENIORS: Chris Green, Chris Royal, Jim Hoegemeier, Mike Blahnik, Randy Oettinger. Row 2: Mike Sullivan, Steve Hathway, Jeff Kopish, Tom Konop, Mike Anderson. Row 3: Paul Zeller, Bri¬ an Vanden Hogen, Pete Sausen, Todd Robertson, Paul Junio. Row 4: Walter Straus, Jim Zimmer¬ man, Marty Krach, Mike Mistele, Nat Zettel. JUNIORS: Dave Gagnon, Lorenzo Cruz, Mark Mueller, Mike Mer- line. Row 2: Jim Zink, Chris Bad- ciong, Todd Gregoire, Tim Dono¬ van, Jack Davidson. Row 3: Mike Gruesen, Roger Diny, Greg Schu¬ macher, Tim Zima. Row 4: Kevin Smith, Mike Woessner. SOPHOMORES: Steve Thomas, Dan Gallagher, Jeff Froelich. Standing: Phil Danen, Steve Bam- mer, Andy Reimer, Eric Elfner, John Charles, Steve Vanden Avond. 65 Shower Singers Reign Z° a " n L ° !£ al i Y cone Racquetball Begins Crude And Lewd by Kevin Smith Homecoming ' 82 Excerpts From Students’ Themes - by Jack Davidson K Roundball Revue by Tim Stanley . X-Mas Depressing nce by Dave Kastcr and I’ierrc Klahnik Free = Kick?! ?S by Tim Stanley College Plan by Mike Sullivan 66 tu pw • i • . Jeering Inexcusable The Drinking Age ■ 19 Age Law Worth Enacting by Nat Zcttel Keep Law At Adulthood Minton, Groves Ready To Go by Chris Green and Mike Blahnik Sis Blom Blah! Drug Survey Results Revealed Fiddler " Put Into Motion c o 11 by Nat Zcttel From The Editor ' s Desk TIC TOC TIC TOC TIC TOC TIC TOC K. C. Giving " Gonners " Second Chance by Mike Mistele Golf Team Aims For State Tim Stanley And Todd Gregoire Their Brilliant Past And Hopeful Future TJ a ll a t of 2 « o = in by Dan Schierl o UL •S I C o. " o! Show Love At Christmas 1 Jeering Bad, But by .1 eff Kopish Editor.Blahnik Photographers.Dave Cucne, Steve LaPlant, Marty Broderick Reporters and Columnists.Tim Donovan, Mike Sullivan, 3on Rothe, Eric Elfnet, Mike Millett, Jack Davidson, Paul Junio, Mike Mistele, Jeff Kopish, Dave Cuene, A1 Matzke, Steve Danke, Brian Shae- fer, Steve Vandena vond, Ned Brogan, Jim Ysabaert, Mike Conlon Advisor.Carol Komsi by Tim Stanley Quick Quotes On Don La Violette " He cares about his players, so it is easier to play for him. " (Bill Lemke) 67 GUYS £ GALS SOPRANOS Rose Strojny Kathy Lynn Amy Corcoran Carrie Platten Sue Neklewitz TENORS Dave Kiedinger Mike Millett Dave Gagnon Craig Romanesko John Phythyon, Jr. PERCUSSION Tom Adair ALTOS Amy Kiedinger Beth Schneider Barbara Posey Chris Schneider Peggy Hutchison BASSES Jack Davidson Mike Sullivan Tim Donovan Scott Smits Nat Zettel BASS GUITAR Ellen Merriman 68 V ' “] rw 4 f1 ' 4 ' ;V a ' V .- 1 : WPyl 5®tl ’ Vv Tz Ifv M (4J tei»J ml JBt (Mm i p ij fJgs HBw A r w w ' ■W B fl • ”4 1 ■ ' I V ■H V % k ir -. 1 a Ji , 1 i m 1 . - - x 1 . ■ 4 ■ ir 1 ■ ] K SR jTjg - iw£ wi-« 1. Pep-Rally MC Dave Cuene 2. President Steve Hathway 3. Float building. " Whale on ' em”, Lorenzo. 4. Invasion from ????l! 5. A true test of athletic talent. Mike Anderson, Mike Mistele, Ted Skaar, Jim Campbell 6. Wait a minute, Stanley! Tim Stanley and Jon Kiley. 7. Who is that " Academy girl” helping out Campbell? Why is Leo helping " her " ? 8. The Godfather Al Matzke 9. Pooh on you, Jetsl 1 1. Pat Brogan 2. Faculty King 6 Queen Mrs. Mary Jo Diedrick and Mr. Jim Servais r — : ' S Abbot Pennings High School presents Fiddler on the Roof DANCERS Tom Konop Tim Donovan Chris Royal Pat Brogan Dave Gagnon Mike Blahnik Jim Kissel CONSTRUCTION CREW Rick Smits Eric Elfner Greg Baeten Steve Ferris Scott Smits Pete Sausen - Stage Manager Tom Mikulsky John Wanamaker Todd Robertson Sean Dilweg Nat Zettel SHIFT CREW Rick Smits Eric Elfner Greg Baeten Steve Hathway Pete Sausen Tom Mikulsky John Wanamaker Todd Robertson Mike Zak LIGHTING CREW Jeff Williamsen Pat Fry Steve Ceaglski Steve La Plant COSTUME CREW Mrs. Betty Baeten Kari Crowley Lisa Danen Mrs Pat Lemke Julie Reinhart MAKE-UP CREW Mike Strenski Sue Donovan Judi Teske Beverly Sax Sue Millett Ann Jones ARTISTS Mrs. Dixie Davidson Art Class - Rob Ambrosius- Village Scene Program 5e Poster May 6, 7 12, 13, 14, 1933 8:15 p.m. Abbot Pennings high School Auditorium All Seals Reserved THE CAST fevye Nat Zettel Golde Ellen Merriman Tzeitel Michelle Teske Hodel Amy Kiedinger Chava Sue Neklewitz Shprintze Beth Schneider Bielke Dane Donarski Yente Teri Teske Motel Mike Millett Perchik Jack Davidson Lazar Wolf Dave Kiedinger Mordcha Chris Royal Rabbi Marty Krach Mendel - his son Mike Blahnik Avrum Mike Sullivan Nachum Jim Kissel Grandma Tzeitel Carrie Platten Fruma Sarah Kathy Lynn Constable Tim Stanley Fyedka Pat Brogan Russian Dave Gagnon Sasha Chuck Kessler Yussel Tom Konop John Scott Smits Shaindel Sarah Arens Woman Krissi Biebel The FIDDLER Villagers Tom Adair Carrie Brunette John Phythyon Amy Corcoran Steve Thomas Barb Mayer Jim Hein Colleen Lee Craig Romenesko Chris Schneider Peggy Hutchison Tim Donovan 74 1 1 n i; i , U | lH .r tti t- - — ' s • ' «. 1 1 --■ nr_- _ « am 0 i 1 CHOREOGRAPHIC ASSISTANT Jack Janssen PIT BAND Tina Wing Kelly Fitzgerald David Hurd Chris Vander Heyden Ms. Clare Faltynski Michelle Kacskc Jay Eisch Dan Lunney Pat Mullen Mr. Don Richter WINE SOCIAL HOSTS Mr. Mrs. Thomas Pamper in 77 ABBOT PENNINGS 1983 COURT KING Greg Schumacher QUEEN Lisa La Plant COURT MEMBERS Chris Badciong Renee Roels Michael Byers Denise Geyer Lorenzo Cruz Cara Neville Todd Gregoire Joy Kolb Wi11iam Malooly Jaime Brud Alan Matzke Toni Hockers JUST BETWEEN YOU AND ME 78 Ju.it between you and me, Baby ouA love will be. You alwayi help me lnd my way A love that we ihaAe gAowi itAongeA each day. Juit between. Juit between you and me A pall (Vine ABBOT PENNINGS a 9 THAT ' S WHAT I LIKE ABOUT YOU 1983 COURT KING Michael Blahnik QUEEN Megan Bit.tne.fi COURT MEMBERS Bfiuce B0u.f1ge.0i4 Vavid Kiedingea Mafity Kfiach Jame Pee.te.fi6 Bill Lemke Safiah Gfiace Kim Van Lanen Judy Te4ke Jenny Leibeag Molly Mufiphy Jim Zimmefimann Kathy Sehneidefi 8i 1. Jim Zimmermann Kathy Schneider 2. Mike Blahnik 6 Megan Bittner 3. Marty Broedrick Carol Wiegand 4. Sue Necklewitz, Mike Sullivan, Carrie Platten, Chris Royal 5. Bob Johanski Kari Crowley 6. Todd Patrikus, Michelle Berg. Pete Sausen 7. Judy Teske, Marty Krach. Paula Hein, Dan Vandenack 8. Steve VanRemortel. Dave Kiedinger GRADUATION AWARDS Valedictorian Peter Sausen Salutatorian Paul Zeller Activities Medal Stephen Hathway Journalism Medal Michael Blahnik John Phillip Souza Award David Kiedinger Robert A. Sromovsky Award Michael Millett Drama Medal Ignatius Zettel Athletic Medal Christopher Royal William J. Servotte Award Paul Zeller Rotary Award Peter Sausen Forensics Medal Michael Sullivan Abbot Bernard H. Pennings Award Christopher Royal §1 ' if rv iil Jm liny H ' y J A ■+ " YESTERDAY ' S DREAMS, TODAY ' S 82 3 -r KTA! ' .■i jj U. w ' ‘R L, P fV, MV r 1 1 REALITIES, TOMORROW S MEMORIES " 83 SPONSORS CAMPBELL’S MORRIS AND VANDEN HEUVAL MR. MRS. JAKE MARCHANT FRIGO CHEESE CORPORATION 304 N. Rosera Lena, WL 54139 829-5251 JVorbertine Fathers Brothers Men with a challenge - in prayer and community - in teaching - in service to the poor - in pastoral ministry - in administration and management - in the missions 221 N. Wisconsin (Next To Shop Ko) DePere " DePere ' s Fast, Friendly, Family-Owned Complete Grocery Store " We invite you to join us. For more Infonnullon write to: Rev. Gene dries, O.I’ruent. Vocation (xmrdJnutor St. Norbcrt Abbcv I)e IVre, Wisconsin 54115 84


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