Albany High School - Comet / Winnetkan Yearbook (Albany, WI)
- Class of 1972
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Text from Pages 1 - 96 of the 1972 volume:
Albany High School Albany. Wisconsin
Carol Durtschi Pam Lyle Johnny Hulbert2tfte, the Senior Class of HRS.,
dedicate ovlx IX COIflET annual to our good friend, aduisor, and farmer teacher, Tlndrew Oliuer.
It would take a great number of pages fa thank him for euery thing he has done for us, iTIang of our outside act laities would not have been passible without his help and and cooperation, fl special thanks fa kim for the time and effort he jpxxt rnfo our Junior f loss play. Without his help, it would not hour been a success.
We wish TFlr. Oliaer ail the tuck in the future. Thank you from the Class of XL
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Left to Right: N. Murphy. J. Dunphy, G. Pryce. N. verson. J. Jones, G. Reasa, K. Kopp. C. Durtschi, Cleveland, S. Flynn, J. Hulbert, D. Martin. P. T. Runaas, J. Gempler
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Miss Tollack--Advisor Barb Hanson--Editor Pam lyle--Art Carol Durtschi--Lay-Out Johnny Hulbert--Business
5Mr. Walter’s Message
In the educational career that spans four decades and covers the area of teaching and administration from one room schools to the college, I find it most rewarding to be back in the typical rural setting of Albany and the work with the kind of students and parents that I have always enjoyed and appreciated most. My observations over these many years have told me that it is the country boy or girl that possesses the most profound sense of his or her own destiny in life. Thus, I most approach my task in the Albany School with the hope of helping young people achieve those goals that will be the most rewarding for them. That feeling of dedication is heightened by the fact that many of my predecessors here are among the distinguished people in education in this state.
Finally, congratulations are in order to coaches, contestants, and student body of Albany High School for an excellent effort in fashioning a State Championship in Cross-Country which will be a long remembered year in this school’s diadem of history.
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KEITH BINDER F.F.A. 188.8.131.52 Prom Court 3 Letterman’s Club 2.3.4 Baseball 2
Dairy Judging Team 3 F.F.A. Basketball 3.4 Basketball Manager 3
KARLA BLASER Senior Class Play 4 Junior Class Play 3 Band 1 Chorus 4 F.H.A. 1.2.3 Pep Club 3
RICK BLUMER Student Council 1.2 Senior Class Play 4 F.F A. 1.2.3,4 Homecoming Court 1.2 Letterman's Club 2.3,4 Volleyball 2. 3 Basketball 1.2.3 F.F.A. Basketball 4
GARY DAVIS Transfer Student 2.3 Senior Class Play 4 F.F.A. 1.2.3CAROL DURTSCHI Class Officer (2-See . 3-V. Pres ); Outstanding American High School Student; Student Council 1,4 (Pres); One-Act Plays 3; Senior Class Play 4; Junior Class Play 3; Drama Club 1,2.3,4 (Pres.); Newspaper Staff 3,4 (News Ed.); Yearbook Staff 3,4 (Layout Ed.); Cheerleader 1.2.3, 4 (Capt. 1-4); Pep Club 3.4; Band 184.108.40.206 (Pres.); Pep Band 1,2; Chorus 3,4 (Sec -3); Triple Trio 3.4; Forensics 1,2,3,4; Prom Court 3; Homecoming Court 1.2; G.A.A. 4; Girls Basketball 4.
BILL DIXON Senior Class Play 4 Band 1,2,3 Pep Band 1.2,3 F.F.A. 1.2,3,4 Letterman’s Club 2,3,4 Volleyball 2.3 Basketball 1,2.3,4 Baseball 2
Class Officer 1 (Treas.) One-Act Plays 4 Senior Class Play 4 Junior Class Play 3 Drama Club 4 Chess Club 1
F.F.A. 220.127.116.11 (Pres.) Hog Judging Team 3,4 Prom Court 3 Basketball 1.2 Baseball 2
F.F.A. Basketball 3.4
GARY GEMPELER Transfer Student 1
9GLENDA GEMPELER Senior Class Play 4 Chorus 4
Outstanding American High School Student Senior Class Play 4 Junior Class Play 3 Band 18.104.22.168 F.F.A. 1.2,3.4 Badger Boy
Prom Court 3 Homecoming King 4 Lcttcrman’s Club 2.3.4 Pep Club 4 Volley ball 2 Basketball 1,2,3,4 Track 2,3,4 Hog Judging Team 4
Class Officer 2 (V. Pres. , 4(Sec.)
Senior Class Play 4 Junior Class Play 3 Drama Club 3,4 Newspaper Staff 3 Yearbook Staff 4 Chorus 3.4 (Pres.)
Triple Trio 3.4 Chess Club 1 Spoon Winner 3 Prom Queen 3 Homecoming Court 1 G.A.A. 4
Cheerleader 1,2 (Capt.) Pep Club 3,4 Girls Basketball 4
Outstanding American High School Student Class Officer 1 (Pres.),
4 (V. Pres.)
Senior Class Play 4 Drama Club 2,3,4 Yearbook Staff 3,4 (Editor)
HANSON Band 1,2 Pep Band 1,2 Chorus 3,4 Triple Trio 4 Pep Club 4
National High School Award for Excellence 4 D.A.R. Award 4MARY JANE MILL Drama Club 1,4
Newspaper Staff 3 (Art Assistant) Chorus 2,3,4
F.H.A. 1.2.3,4 (Historian) Substitute Cheerleader 2
JOHNNY K. HULBERT National Honor Society 3,4; Outstanding Teenager Of America 3,4; Class Officer 3 (Pres.), 4 (Pres.); One-Act Plays 2,3,4; Senior Class Play 4; Junior Class Play 3; Drama Club 2,3,4; Newspaper Staff 1,2,3,4 (Sports Ed.) Yearbook Staff 3,4 (Business Ed.); Chess Club 2; Forensics 2,3.4; F.F. A. 1,2,3 (Treas.), 1 (Rep.); Badger Boy 3; Letterman'sClub 2,3,4; Pep Club 3,4; Cross-Country 1,2,3; Basketball 1.2,3; Wrestling 4; Track 1,3; Baseball 2,4; National High School Award for Excellence 4.
DAVID LARSON Senior Class Play 4 Letterman’s Club 2 Wrestling 1
One-Act Plays 2.4 (Student Director)
Senior Class Play 4 Junior Class Play 3 Drama Club 1.2,3,4 Newspaper Staff 3,4 (Editor) Yearbook Staff 3,4 (Art Ed.)
Band 1,2,3,4 (Sec. -Tres.)
Pep Band 1,2 Chorus 3,4 Triple Trio 3.4 Chess Club 2 Forensics 1.2, 3,4 Cheerleader 1,2,3.4 Pep Club 3,4 Homecoming Queen -I
MISSING MAT LISSERJON MAUERMAN
Student Council -I One-Act Plays A Senior Class Play 4 Junior Class Play 3 Drama Club 4 F.F.A. 1,2.3.4
Prom King 3 Homecoming Court 3 Letterman's Club 3.4 Volleyball 2.3 Basketball 22.214.171.124 Baseball 2
Class Officer 1 (V. Pres.) Student Council 2 (V. Pres.), One-Act plays 2 (Student Director)
Senior Class Play 4 Junior Class Play 3 Band 1.2.3,4
Pep Band 126.96.36.199 3 Chorus 3.4 Triple Trio 4 Prom Court 3 Homecoming Court 1 Homecoming Queen 3 Cheerleader 1, 2
Student Council 3 Senior Class Play 4 Library Club 1 F.F.A. 1.2,3.4 (Sen.) Prom Court 3
Letterman's Club 1,2.3.4 Volleyball 1,2,3 Basketball 1,2,3 Baseball 2
National Honor Society 3.4 Class Officer 2 (Tres.) Senior Class Play 4 Drama Club 1,2,3 Yearbook Staff 4 Chorus 3,4
Forensics 1.2,3 Badger Girl 3 Prom Court 3 Pep Club 3.4
National High School Award F or Excellence 4
)2GAYLENE REAS A Outstanding Teenager of America 4; Class Officer 1 (Sec.); Senior Class Play 4; Junior Class Play 3; Drama Club 1, 2,3,4; Newspaper Staff 3,4 (Feature Ed.); Yearbook Staff 4; Chorus 2, 3,4; Triple Trio 3,4; Chess Club 2; Forensics 1.2..3.4; Pre-Mcd Club 3; Library Club 3; F.H.A. 3,4; Green Lake Delegate 3; Prom Court 3; Homecoming Court 3; Pep Club 3,4; (Pres.).
Outstanding American High School Student 4 Class Officer 2 (Pres.),
3 (Tres.), 4(Tres.)
One-Act Plays 2 Senior Class Play 4 Junior Class Play 3 Newspaper Staff 3 Chess Club 1
F.F.A. 1,2,3 Spade Winner 3 Prom Court 3 Homecoming Court 4 Letterman's Club 2,3,4 Cross-Country 1,3,4 Wrestling 1,2,3,4 Baseball 2
MARY ELLEN SCHMIEDER Senior Class Play 4 Junior Class Play 3 Drama Club 4 Chorus 4 F.H.A. 2,3,4
STEVE SPOERRY Senior Class Play 4 Newspaper Staff 3 F.F.A. 1,2,3.4 Letterman’s Club 2,3,4 Pep Club 4 Cross-Country 2,3,4 Bascktball 1.2 Track 188.8.131.52
MISSING JAMES SCHMIEDERSALLY STEURI Band 1,2 Pep Band 1.2 Drama Club 3,4 Junior Class Play 3 Senior Class Play 4
JOCELYN WEBB One Act Plays
(Student Director 4)
Senior Class Play 4
Drama Club 1,2,3,4
Newspaper Staff 3,4 (Layout Ed.)
Band 1.2, 3,4
Pep Band 1.2,3.4
Pep Club 3,4
SUSAN WEEDEN Senior Class Play 4 Junior Class Play 3 (Student Director) Library Club 184.108.40.206 F.H.A. 1.2,3,4
VICKY WIDMER Senior Class Play 4 Junior Class Play 3 Drama Club 4 Chorus 3.4 F.H.A. 220.127.116.11 (Parliamentarian) Prom Court 3
CONNIE ZILIJOX Junior Class Play 3 Library Club 1,2,3.4 F.H.A. 18.104.22.168
uNational Honor Society
Gail Prycc Johnny Hulbert
Hush A World Is Speaking
Class Colors Class Flower
Blue and White Blue and White Mums
May 31, 1972
Johnny Hulbert--President Barb Hanson--Vice President Jon Runaas—Treasurer Julie Halverson--SecretaryDon’t feed the Animals!!!!!
bare Fact?????????? ??????????????????
Interior our Runners are Grrrrrrrrrrreat! I!!!
What did you get. Scott???
Put your BEST FOOT FORWARD!?!?!?!?
Good Morning, Bill!?!?
Jack Benny?!?I could have danced ALL NIGHT??
Come on Darcy, we want some action!!
Me? Bashful? --Nol ! Who's absent??
Say "Cheese"--Limberger?? Yukl!
Climbing the stairs of success??
Leave me alone!!
Sea of Foam??
Russ—M. V. R.
From Left to Right: ROW 1: J. Spring, J. Jones, K. Kopp. J. Gempler, N. Murphy, S. Huffman. S. Flynn, T. Runaas, N. Cleveland. R. Miller, K. Blumer, K. Elmer. P. Steuri. J. Martin, J. Sarbachcr, ROW 2: G. Miller.
G. Keepers. G. Gibbons. K. Albright, D. Liddicoat, D. Martin, J. Dunphy, R. Smith. B. Hanson. G. Ochsner,
R. Setzcr, T. Clark. T. LaBelle. K. Lyle, Ja. Tway.
P. Alderman. D. Aeschliman.
G. Gibbons—V. Pres.
G. Atkinson--V. Pres.
KNEELING: Left to Right—ROW 1: T. Runaas, T. Gracb-ner. G. Lisser. P. Phillips, G. Atkinson. D. Reasa. D. Zilllox, J. Paterson. C. Golz. K. Hulbert. ROW 2: R. Hill. G. Keepers. J. O'Rourke. L. Grinnell, K. Baumgartner. J. Lyle. K. Blaser, D. Stevenson. O. Bond. J. Swanson. E. Briggs, C. Howery. SEATED: R. Janes, I.
Larson. L. Ostcnson. S. Parmer. C. Martin. S. Sellnow, L. Heinsohn, D. Dowden. J. Spoerry, M. Vogeli. T. Elmer. C. Parker. M. Sowl. STANDING: T. Alexander. N. Briggs. C. Alderman. R. Larson, T. Krupkc, G. Gill, D. Elmer.
LYING: K. Baumgartner. D. Black. T. Golz, C. Sowl. ROW 1: T. Schmeider. K. Nipple. L. Martin. M. Glass, H. Huffman, W. Albright, M. Robinson, K. Henningson, J. Pryce, M. Pagel, S. Harri. R. Widmer. S. Flood. F. Ringhand. ROW 2: D. Gerns. V. Lisscr, J. Klossner, D. Nipple. C. Gill. D. Janes. L. Liddicoat. K. Binder, C.
Richardson, C. Blumer, T. McCrecdy. C. Gracbner. C. Zurphluh. ROW 3: J. Fredricks, C. Gibbons. D. Schlap-bach. R. Flood, J. Moldenhowcr, S. Hawkins. K. Flesh-er. M. Figi, B. Band!, M. Vitense, L. Schlapbach. K. Tway, M. Huntly, L. Bacrtchi, C. Steindorf.
T. Schmieder--V. Pres.
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Library Club Advisor Sophomore Class Advisor One-Act Play Director
MR. ANSETH Principal Geography Social Problems Student Council Advisor
MR. AMIM Agriculture Industrial Arts FFA Advisor Sophomore Class Advisor
MR. CLARK Band
Instrumental Music Music
Freshman Class Advisor
26Home Economics Junior Class Advisor F.H.A. Advisor BlackHawk T ech Coordinator Style Show Coordinator
MRS. HAEUSER English 11, English 12 Reading, Drama Club Advisor Newspaper Advisor Freshman Class Advisor Senior Class Play Director Junior Class Play Director One-Act Play Director
U.S. History, World History Freshman Class Advisor Lettermen Advisor Volleyball Coach Basketball Coach, Baseball Coach Locker Room Cleaner Chalkboard Cleaner
MISS MILLER Art
Junior Class Advisor
27MRS. OLIVER Mathematics Senior Class Advisor Forensics Advisor
MRS. TEWS English 9 and 10 French
French Club Advisor Sophomore Class Advisor
Junior Class Advisor
Girls Basketball and Track Coach
Jr. Class Play
MR. T HA LACKER Biology
General Science Chemistry
Pre-Med Club AdvisorMISS TOLLACK Commercial Senior Class Advisor Annual Advisor
MRS. WATERMAN Elementary General Music Jr. High Chorus High School Chorus
Junior Class Advisor
Pep Club Advisor
Lettcrman's Club Advisor
High School Cross-Country Coach
High School Track Coach
Jr. High Basketball Coach
Jr. High Cross-Country Coach
Jr. High Track Coach
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Left to Right: B. Nipple. J. Tway. C. Jones (missing).
Left to Right: Mrs. Flood. Mr. Coplein, Mrs. Blumer. Mrs. Rankins. Mrs. Ringhand, Mrs. Atkinson.
Left to Right: C. Martin, J. Martin. J. Sarbacker. L. Ostenson
Left to Right: Mrs. Thorton, Mrs. Halverson. Mrs. Dur-. tschi.
31. Hit cm again! Harder! Harder!
What’s down there!!!!!
Puff the magic dragon!!
What are YOU reading?????
You said what??
OUR COURT From Left to Right: Scott Flynn. Peggy Phillips. Alan Patchen, Gaylcne Rcasa, King: Jon Mauerman. Queen: Julie Halverson. Dan Goltz. Gail Pryce, Keith Binder, Carol Durtschi,
Jon Runaas, Vickie Widmer. Junior Royalty: Mike Jones. Paula Lyle, Angela Aeschliman, Jeff An-seth.
Mike and Paula
Angie and Jeff
It’s not that bad!
Falling on My Head!
In a Daze!
Close to you!Spoon
Left to Right: D. Golz,
G. Pryce, J. HulbertFrom Left to Right: Row 1: J. Hulbcri, J. Halverson. P. Lyle, B. Hanson, R. Blumcr, M. Hill, C. Durtschi, G. Reasa, K. Blascr, G. Gempeler, ROW 2: B. Dixon, A. Patchcn, D.
Golz. K. Binder, G. Pryce. P. Phillips, V. Widmer, J. Webb. ROW 3: S. Spoerry, J. Maucrman, G. Davis, S. Stcuri. C. Zilliox, S. Wccdcn, M. Schmeider. J. Runaas.
Three girls from Ohio—eager, excited, and hoping to establish careers in New York--are compelled to rent an old gloomy, run-down apartment in the 1972 Senior Class Play, "Come Out Of The Closet". They rent from a tigerishly
greedy landlady on their first night in town. And what a night it turns out to be.Student Council Wins Lounge
STANDING: M. Glass, Mr. Anscth (Advisor), C. Clcaveland (V. Pres.), C. Durischi (Pres.), P.
Stcindorf, M. Mauerman. SITTING: R. Hill, N. Steuri (Sec.-Trcas.), L. Krupke.
At the beginning of the year, the 1971-72 Student Council began working on the plans for a student lounge. The school board approved of the idea and the lounge was opened on November 15. The four classes donated furnishings, pop and snack machines, and a juke box which concluded the atmosphere as a pretty good lounge. Other projects tliat the Student Council sponsored were the Christmas party and the 1971-72 Homecoming.
Left to Right-SEA TED: C. Durtschi, J. Halverson, D. Dow den, J. Mauerman, J. Hulbert. STANDING: B. Hanson, L. Heinsohn, L. Krupke, C. Gibbons, S. Steuri. M. Schmieder. ROW 2: N. Cleveland, T. Elmer. G. Liser, M. Hill, V. Widmer, G. Reasa, J.
Dumpily. ROW 3: S. Huffman. J. Gempeler. C. Parker, P. Lyle. J. Spring. ROW -J: K. Kopp, J. Jones. T. Runaas, J. Webb, D. Martin, S. Flynn. M. Sowl, K. Albright, J. Sarbachcr, P. Steuri, S. Flynn, R. Miller. N. Murphy.
N. Cleveland—V. Pres. K. Albright—Sec. -Trea. C. Durtschi--Pres.
39Front Row: Pete Stcuri, Tracy Clark. MIDDLE Row: Scott Flynn, Mrs. Haeu-ser. BACK Row: Jon Mauerman, Gary Gibbons.
If Boys Wore The Skirts
FRONT ROW; Ms. Altman, Johnny Hulbert, Randy Larsen, Carey Baumgartner. Todd Runaas. MIDDLE ROW: Tom Graebner, Jeff Lyle. Gary Keepers. Russell Hill. BACK ROW; Laura Heinsohn, Gail Lisser, Linda Krupke. Celeste Martin, Terri Elmer, Margaret Sowl.
SEATED: J. Spring, C. Durtschl, J. Klossner, G. Dunphy, L. Hclnsohn, J. Sarbacker, L. Krupkc, J.
Rcasa, G. Llsscr, T. Elmer. STANDING: K. Blascr, Hulbcrt, R. Miller.
C. Sicindorf, M. Sowl, P. Lyle, D. Martin, J.
Library Club Helps Students!
SEATED: Mrs. Altman. STANDING: S. Wccdcn, K. Albright, C. Zilliox.
From Left to Right: ROW 1: K. Albright, P. Steu-ri, M. Sowl, N. Murphy, D. Dowden, L. Heinsohn, L. Krupke, J. Mulbert,
P. Lyle. ROW 2: T. Elmer, J. Sarbacker, S. Huffman, J. Gempclcr,
D. Martin, J. Dunphy,
C. Dunschi, G. Reasa,
G. Reasa--Feature Editor J. Hulbert--Sports Editor Ms. Haeuser—AdvLsor C. Durtschi—News Editor J. Webb—Layout Editor P. Lyle — Editor
42Le Cercle Francais
Left to Right: Mis. Tews, J. Gempeler. T. Run-aas, S. Huffman. J. Jones. C. Steindorf, K. Albright. L Bacrtschi. N. Cleaveland, K.
Kopp. J. Spring, L. Krupke, S. Flynn. L. Frederick. D. Dowden, J. Dunphy, L. Heinsohn. T.
Elntcr, C. Gibbons, J. Moldenhauer. L. Schlap bach. J. Klossner. KNEELING: M. Huntly. L. Schmelder. SEATED: J. Pryce. J. Hulbert. B. Albright.
Le Cercle Francais Summary
LE CERCLE FRANCAIS started its third year with another candy sale to replenish its scholarship fund. The club furnishes a scholarship to an outstanding French student and club member whenever a graduate qualifies. In its regular meetings LE CERCLE FRANCAIS explores the cultural aspects of French-speaking countries including education, sports, pastimes, and everyday family living. The most popular and frequent aspect is culinary.
43Tillers of the Soil
SEATED: F. Hulbert, R. Smith, B. Hanson, S. Flynn. D. Zilliox. A. Patchen. Mr. McGlinn. ROW 1; T. Golz,
R. Blumer, S. Spoerry. J. Peterson, K. Blumer, D. King, C. Baumgartner, G. Ochsner. C. Sowl, Miller, T.
Alexander, R. Hill. P. Alderman. R. Janes. K. Hulbert. K. Binder. ROW 2: K. Blaser. O. Bond. D. Stephenson. C. Golz. J. Swanson. K. Elmer, D. Golz. B. Dixon. N. Briggs, C. Alderman, G. Gill.
u. Zilliox, J. Hulbert. B. Hanson, R. Smith, Mr. Amin, Missing : S. Flynn. A. Patchcn.
FFA Hog Judging
D. Golz. S. Flynn, D. Stephenson, J. Hulbert, N. Briggs.Toward New Horizon
Green Lake Delegates
SEATED: C. Parker, J. Spring.STANDING: M. Hill,
V. Widmer, J. Dumphy, J. Sarbackcr.
SEATED: C. Parker, M. Hill, V. Widmer, J. Dumphy, Mrs. Gressman, J. Sarbacker, K. Albright, J. Spring, Ro v 1: J. Gempeler, C. Zurfluh, T. McCreedy, L. Liddi-coat, C. Richardson, V. Lisser, K. Grabncr, D. Schlap-back, G. Atkinson, D. Reasa, C. Blumer, D. Janes, C.
SEATED: J. Spring, D. Martin. STANDING: J. Dumphy, G. Reasa.
Gill. Row 2: D. Liddicoat, M. Voegcll, G. Reasa, K. Flesher, D. Gems, D. Martin, N. Murphy. L. Baertschi, K. Tway, S. P3rmer, P. Phillips, C. Zilliox, S. Weed-en, M. Schmcider.Band Plays Out
ROW 1; C. Durtschl. P. Phillips,
L. Heinsohn, L. Schlapbach.
ROW 2: W. Albright. R. Flood, D. Binder, T. Black, J. Pryce. ROW 3: B, Breuger. K. Purdy,
C. Schlapbach, F. Ringhand, D. Schlapbach. K. Blaser, S. Oas,
ROW 1: P. Lyle. N. Cleveland, T. Elmer, L. Kopp. ROW 2: K. Albright, D. Dowden. L. Frcd-richs, C. Gibbons, K. Binder. ROW 3: T. Golz, M. Sowl, D. Runaas, J. Elmer. C. Flood. ROW 4: L. Krupke, C. Graeb-ner. R. Larsen. R. Flood, C. Stelndorf, C. Blaser.
D. Dowden--R. Keeper, D. G0I7.--V. Pres., P. Lyle--Sec. Trea,, C. Durtschi--Pres., J. Pryce--R. Keeper.
J. Spring P. Lyle J. DumphyWith a Voice of Singing!
OUTER CIRCLE: P. Phillips. J. Webb. L. Krupke. P. Lyle, G. Reasa. J. Halverson, N. Cleveland, D. Martin,
K. Blaser, G. Gempeler, C. Gibbons, D. Schlapback,
L. Heinsohn. D. Dow den, B. Hanson, C. Durtschi, R. Flood, F. Ringhand, S. Hawkins, T. Golz, M. Huntley,
M. Glass, K. Blaser. D. Black, D. King, J. Pryce, K. .
Albright, L. Liddicoat, T. Elmer, M. Schmieder. G. Pryce. SMALL CIRCLE: C. Richardson, C. Blumer, B. Bandi, M. Hill, V. Widmer. J. Moldenhaucr, C. Stein dorf, D. Gums. D. Nipple. V. Lisser. MIDDLE: Mrs. Waterman.
K. Blaser--Lib.. M. Sowl--R. Keeper, K. Albright--Rep., N. Cleveland—V. Pres., J. Pryce--Sec.-Trea., D. Dowden—R. Keeper. D. King--Lib., J. Halverson--Pres.
48Ode to a Comet Harrier
By Coach Bob White
When the last watch has stopped And the last jock is hung; Will you be ready to take Your place in the sun? With Ron and Steve Leading the pack; The rest of you Must take up the slack.
Or will you be the guy Who let the team down; And now has to hide His head in the ground? The blonde Norwegian Must run a smart race; And try like hell To stay up with the pace.
Look up, young man. Get ready to go; For now is the time To put on the show. We have to have Jon and Russ to score; So we've got to bunch A little bit more.
We've come this far Together it seems; And arc ready now To capture our dreams. In order for Tracy and Tom to displace; They will need to run One Hell of a race.
It's going to take All seven of you; Yes, every one Has got to come through. We must remember Each other school; Wants the victory Just as we do.
You've got what It takes So don't let us down; For we are the ones Who will wear the crown. That makes our job Harder it seems: In order to capture Our coveted dreams.
You've got to believe In all that you do; In order to make All our plans come true. So dig down harder boys. Come up with the fight; And do your best with All your might.
For us to be ready To be number one; We must be prepared When they shoot the gun. And when it is over And everyone is through; The number one team Will wear white and blue.
The thundering herd All sixty three strong; Are looking to sing The victory song. And victory will feel Like you are in heaven: So run like hell You fabulous seven.
The one who wants the most Will certainly win; So grit your teeth And raise your chin. Sports
49X-Country Brings Home
Our Team: KNEELING: Coach White. From Left to mieder, R. Sctzcr. J. Ranaas, R. Hill. Right: S. Spoerry. T. Runaas. T. Clark. T. Sch-
Our Trophy Case Is Full Now! Ladder Of Success!
Memories of October 30th will live forever in the minds of the 250 junior and senior high school students enrolled at Albany during the 1971-72 school year. On that date, the seven members of the school cross country team competed in. and won the Wisconsin State Championships. It was a feat which no other school of comparable size had ever accomplished in Wisconsin sports history. With hundreds of screaming, yelling Albany rooters living the state course at Kettle Moraine, the Comets placed all seven of their runners among the first thirty-one finishers (in the field of 63 runners) to total 65 points and completely dominate the other eight teams. Seniors Steve Spoerry and Jon Runaas(team captain) bowed out in grand style placing 4th and 24th. Juniors Ron Sctzer and Tracy Clark each ran a fine race in 9th and 31st. Sophomores Russell Hill (voted most valuable by his teammates) and Todd Runaas were fantastic in 11th and 17th. Freshman Tom Schmieder carried more than his share of the load in 30th place.
The year 1971 will be remembered most by everyone as "the year the little guys came of age. " For years Albany has produced great junior high runners but could never seem to put it all together in high school to become a contender. But this year the little guys grew up to blast through the regional championships with six of the first nine places and a 38 point margin over runner-up Evansville and to humiliate everyone in the sectional run with five of the first fourteen places and a 33 point win over second place Dodgeville.
The Comets, rated number one in the state in a pre-season coaches poll and maintaining that ranking throughout the entire season, captured invitational wins at River Valley, Albany, Jefferson, and Kettle Moraine on the way to their tournament triumphs.
Tire season fulfilled an eight-year dream for coach Bob White who commented after it was over, it won’t take us that long to get there again. ’ The five returning letter winners will be among the first to agree.
51Volley That Ball!
From Left to Right: ROW 1: D. King, C. Sowl, T. ROW 2: F. Ringhand, M. Figi, D, Zilliox, G.
Alexander, M. Robinson, K. Nipple, R. Larsen. Gill, E. Briggs, Mr. Gross.
You Got to Pin to Win!
From Left to Right: Row 1: R. Schmeider, B. Bru ggcr, J. Alderman, G. Ardisson, J. Creighton, J. Ringhand. S. Oas, C. Moldenhowcr. ROW 2: Mr. Hallmark, J. Runaas, M. Robinson, R. Manshiem,
T. Tway, T. Robinson, I). Howery, R. Hill, S. Harry. ROW 3: M. Figi. J. Rankins, C. Baumgart ncr, J. Hulbcrt, R. Setzcr. D. Black.
52We’re Big—Bad and Boss!
ROW 1: D. Acsehliman, R. Miller. J. Mauerman, R. Zilliox, F. Ringhand, G. Gibbons. B. Dixon. D. Golz. Keepers. T. Clark. T. Runaas. ROW 2: J. Pryce. D. J. T$ay. G. Gill, Coach Gross.
J. Spring P. Lyle. C. Durtschi T. Elmer. J. Dunphy
53B-Team Puts Up a Tough Fight!
ROW 1: J. Pryce. T. Golz, R. Flood. M. Huntly, R. M. Glass. S. Flood. T. Alexander, T. Schmieder. Larson, D. King. Coach, W. Karls. ROW 2: C. Sowl,
Get It Together!
K. Binder, C. Steindorf, J. Spocrry K. Grabner, D. NippleWe Start Out Walking and Learn to Run
ROW 1: J. Peterson, G. Gill, D. Zilliox, J. Rankins, C. Golz, T. Graebncr, J. Hulbert. ROW 2: D. Golz, T. Alexander, E. Briggs, J. Runaas, R. Blumer, S, Spocrry, D. Aeschliman,
B. Dixon. ROW 3: J. Maucrman, R. Miller, G. Gibbons, A. Patchen, J. Tway, R. Sctzcr, T. Clark, Mr. Gross.
ROW 1: D. Aeschliman, J. Peterson, R. Miller. Gibbons, G. Gill, R. Larson, J. Tway, T. Ru-
ROW 2: T. Clark, J. Hulbert, J. Lyle, R. Hill, naas.
R. Setzer, P. Stcuri. ROW 3: D. Zilliox, G.
ABC—LettermanUp-Up-and Away with GAA!
LYING: K. Gracbncr, K. Albright. ROW 1: J, Klossner, C. Zurfluh, J. Sarbacker, K. Kopp, T. Runaas, J.
Jones, N. Cleveland, D. Liddicoat. ROW 2: D. Janes,
T. Elmer, K. Binder, L. Sclapbach, L. Bacrtschi, T. McCreedy, C. Stcindorf, S. Huffman. D. Sclapbach,
J. Moldcnhaucr, C. Parker. STANDING: S. Flynn, C. Gill, B. Bandi, K. Tway, J. Spring, C. Gibbons, Ms. Sherwin. BAR: N. Murphy, J. Gempclcr, M. Voegeli, J. Spocxry, C. Durtschi, J. Halverson, J. Dunphy, D. Martin.
56New and Exciting—Girls Basketball
TOP ROW. Left to Right: J. Gcmpcler, T. Run-aas. J. Dunphy, N. Murphy. S. Flynn, J. Halverson. C. Durtschi. J. Spring. K. Kopp. S. Huffman. COACH: L. Sherwin. KNEELING: C
Gibbons. L. Bacrtschi, L. Schlapbach. K. Albright, K. Tway. SEATED: J. Moldenhauer. K Binder. C. Gill. D. Martin.
Y-E-L-L Everybody Yell!
TOP ROW. Left to Right: G. Pryce, B. Hanson.
J. Gcmpcler. S. Parmer. J. Hulbcrt. S Spoerry, R. Hill. ROW 2: P. Lyle. J. Dunphy. C. Durtschi. (•. Parker. L. Krupke, K. Albright. ROW 3: J. Halverson. K. Kopp; J. Spoerry'. M. Voe-
gli. D. Rcasa. T. Elmer. ROW 4: L. Hcinsohn. J. Jones. S. Huffman. K. Graebner. K. Tway ROW 5: N. Clcaveland, G. Rcasa. N. Murphy, C Gill. C. Zurphluh, D. Nipple.
F. Ringhand. K. Graebner. R. Hill, M. Voegell, D. Golz, P. Lyle. J. Runaas. N. Murphy, J. Tway, J. Dunphy.
Ride the Peace Train!
56They Came; They Saw; They Conquered
Wc are here to celebrate A victorious day;
Because seven great runners Made it happen that way.
They came, they saw, they conquered Everyone that was in sight,
Through pain, agony, blood, and sweat. They ran with all their might.
This was not just a lucky happening On that sunny October day;
It was planned a year ago A long, long ways away.
It took hours of work and hundreds of miles To ring the victory bell;
But victory was inevitable They knew so very well.
The smallest school in history To win the coveted crown;
Last Saturday became Our little river town.
Our number seven runner Coes by Tracy Clark;
It was in 31st place That he made his mark.
Our youngest runner,
Tom Schmiedcr is his name;
He placed 30th In that wonderful game.
The Norsky brothers did the job That they set out to do;
It was an exceptional effort Wc knew they would come through.
With Todd 17th and Jon 24th They really did the job;
Then thrived on hugs and kisses From the screaming, yelling mob.
Little Russell was our man For the umpteen hundredth time;
His stride in 11th position Was uninterrupted rhyme.
By Coach Bob White
Overcoming a poor showing In last year's biggest meet;
Ron came in 9th this year As he strided beat by beat.
Spoerry was our hero
For the second year in a row;
His name will go down in history After delivering such a blow.
He finished among the leaders To give our team a boost;
And bring the trophy home To its permanent roost.
Premcct strategy worked.
The boys got in position;
At the sound of the gun They confronted opposition.
But when they made their move And they made it oh so well;
A roar went up from the frantic crowd You could hear way down In hell.
They strained, they hurt, they did their best They all picked up the pace;
They came across the finish line The winners of the race.
The crowd went wild, the people yelled They screamed, they wept, they sighed;
As other runners in the race Came in, they lost, they cried.
The boys arc heroes in this town They did better than their best;
They came, they saw, they conquered They surely passed the test.
And we will always remember When we take our place in heaven;
That wc were in the same school With the fabulous seven.MR. HALLMARK Science
MR. KARLS Social Studies Reading
Jr. Varsity Basketball Coach
MR. QUINN Drivers Ed. Math
ROW 1: J. Maucrman, K. Binder, J. Robinson, G. Gempler, K. Blaser, G. Glass. J. Blumer. ROW 2: K. Purdy, N. Briggs, L. Kopp, J. Aeschliman, B. Hill, D. Runaas, V. Lyle, J. Aeschliman, B. Hulbert. ROW 3: C. Martin. J. Kopp, C. Flynn, C. Moldcnhaur, R. Manshclm, R. Keegan. J. Alderman, G. Ardisson, B.
Brugger, J. McCreedy, J. Elmer, C. Flood. ROW 4: S. Oas, P. Halverson, R. Krupke, D. Howcry, C. Schlap-bach, S. Elmer, G. Briggs, R. Flood. D. Dowden, J. Creighton. S. Parmer, B. Murphy. T. Black. M. Parmer. S. Steuri, L. Freidricks.
ROW 1: R. Althaus. K. Nipple, D. Blumer, J. Sandlin, R. Janes, M. Bandi, S. Hadley, J. Keele, B. Alexander, T. Tway. ROW 2: A. Henningscn, L. Lyle. S. Malcook, C. Ross. V. Jones. ROW 3: M. Malkow, J. Heiztman. J. Scllnow, R. Freidricks, T. Webb, D.
Schmieder, C. Hawkins, R. Hammon, J. Larson, L. Bellows. ROW 4: J. Ringhand, C. Zweifel. N. Runaas, D. LaBcllc, J. Liddicoat, S. Sowl, J. Kennedy. Row 5: C. Bond. R. Weeden, M. Trow, D. Dowden. D. Dowden, R. Schneider.Stepping Up to a Victory
Clockwise From Top of Udder: R. Keepers, R. Krupke. J. Kopp, C. Schlap-bach. Coach White. P. Halverson. D. Dowdcn, R. Flood.
Top to Bottom: J. Aeschliman, J. Mauerman, D. Run-aas. J. Aeschliman. K. Binder.
Top to Bottom: D. Dowden. D. Dowden. J. Ltddicoal, D. LaBelle. S. Malcook.
STANDING. Left to Right: T. Webb. J. Sellnow, S. Sowl. D Schmeider. J. Holtzman. KNEELING: R. Altouse. M Bandi. B. Alexander, D. Blunter. R. Friedrichs.
65Blow Your Horn!
ROW 1, Left to Right: J. Atkinson, M. Trow. D. Dowclen. D. Dowden. B. Fahmey ROW 2: J. Krupke, R. Hammon, J. Ringhand, J. Sclincider.
S. Dixon. W. Atkinson. ROW 3: J. Blunter, R.
Friedrichs, K. Flood. L Lyle, D. Gums, Mr. Clark (Director). R. Althaus, R. Hammon, A. Ilcnnigsen, B. Gohlkc, M. Tourdot.
Rah! Rah! Wrestling
ROW 1. Left to Right: B. Murphy. J. McCrccdy, Murphy. T McCrccdy, K. Tway. V. Lyle ROW 2: L. Heinsohn. L. Krupkc. N.
66Grade School6th Grade
ROW 1: A. Bahn, D. Gums. K. Flood. J. Mauerman, R. Jones. M. Steiner, J. Pagel, J. Schnieder.. ROW 2: D. Hill. B. Fahrney. G. Gempeler, C. Hannes, A. Mc-Creedy, C. Flynn, D. Lisser, W. Johnson. G. Thill.
ROW 3: D. Cox, J. Larson, T. Wheeler, Mr. Kanable, S. Dixon, D. Peterson, R. Pluss, P. Larson. J. Atkinson. Absent - G. Kauk.
Combined 5th 6th Grade
ROW 1: T. Janes. J. Gibbons, B. Gohlke. T. Phillips. B. Atkinson. L. Hadley, B. Tway, D. Stoehr. ROW 2: N. Bellows, L. Huffman, L. Hauge, D. Schmieder.
ROW 3: M. Trow. M. Lint, P. Kennedy. A. Bond, Mrs. Wendorf, C. Runaas, C. Althaus, L. Sellnow, J. Krupke. J. Blumer.5th Grade
ROW 1: K. Forbush, D. Lawton, L. Steiner. T. Aider-man. ROW 2: L. Zilliox. J. Peach. S. Albright. L. Parker. ROW 3: K. Kehm, M. Hulbert, M. Murphy. D. Hanncs. ROW 4: D. Alexander, T. Alexander, B. Rob-
inson, G. Muralt, R. Fisher. M. Tourdot. J. Howery, L. Bond, J. Larson, D. Levins. L. Shear, L. Johnson. R. Hammon, A. Flood, C. Simpson. Mrs. Hanson, S. Nipple.
ROW 1 J. Fahrney, L. Haugc, D. Pluss. P. Muralt, T. Conley. M. Tourdot. ROW 2: J. Sandlin. J. Patchen, P. Bellows, M. Reasa, S. Krupkc. R. Weeded, P. Bond, C. Mansheim, T. Gohlkc, L. Isley, P. Zilliox, B. 3ar-
backer. ROW 3: Mrs. Gibbons, T. Hammon, D. Johnson, C. Lisser. J. Schlapbach, D. Brugger, J. Kennedy, A. Bump.
ROW 1 J. Maikov, W. Levis, D. Crooks, L. Swanson, K. Hadley. ROW 2: M. Moldenhauer, J. Jones, W. Steiner. F. Nipple, V. Hawkins, P. Larson, P. Wheeler.
M. Glass. I. Kubly, K. Kcele, L. Gill. ROW 3: Mrs. Ladwig, D. Levins. L. Brugger, R. West, J. Hovery, M. Gums, L. Larson, S. Creighton, D. Martin, D. Dustan.
ROW 1: T. Alexander, D. Kehm, R. Crooks. R. Pluss. T. Stcindorf, D. Kauk, L. Atkinson, B. Lyle, M. Kennedy. ROW 2: T. Simpon, L. Kcele, R. Richardson,
G. Gempcler. M. Elmer, D. Moldenhauer, L. Brugger, T. Simpson. D. Dowdcn. ROW 3: P. Zwiefel, K. Jones. Mrs. Coplicn, M. Lint, L. Maikov, C. Sowl.
ROW Is M. Paffrarh, R. Clcavcland, J. Pfeuti, D. Law-ion, B. Heron, L. Flood, T. Brugger, B. Shear, P. Zweifel, S. Falimey. ROW 2: F. Ross, K. Pence, M. Gums, L. Klapper, J. Dunphy, K. Hulbert, J. Lincicum,
L. Cook, B. Zcttlc, K. Kchm, C. West. T. Lucdy, L. Robinson, L. Larson. ABSENT: T. Kocbler. Teacher: Mrs. Quade.
ROW 1: L. Kchm, J. Conley, L. Flesher, T. Bump, M. Muralt, C. McCarthy, L. Hauge. ROW 2: H. Lint, C. Friedrichs, R. Tomow, W. Cullen, K. Hammon, D. Paffrath, G. Vi tense, R. Wee den, M. Goltz, K. Alder-
man, E. West, R. Cox, L. Heron, K. Widmer, R. Bump, H. Blumer, D. Malkow, C. Kauk, M. Janes, T. Nipple. Teacher: Mrs. Ncucnschwandcr.
ROW I; B. Tornow, L. Muralt, A. Rcasa. J. Kauk, M. Wcndlandt. K. Stoll, G. Gohlke, D. Bond, D. Blunter.
Lfsser, D. Briggs. D. Jones. B. Pence, D. Horn. ROW 2: S. Albertson. R. Lisser, G. Gibbons. S. Flood. T. VI-
M. Friedricks. T. Hulbert. B. Johnson, A. Butts. R. tense. Back: Mrs. Arndt
Combined 1st 2nd Grade
ROW 1: A. Crcuzer, M. Seffroad, M. Krupkc, C. ROW 3: L. Flcsher. J. Shell. K. Liddicoat. K. Flodd.
Hannes, L. Steindorf. ROW 2: J. Sandlin. J. Adams. C. M. Shear. D. Gohlke. K. Gcmpler, L. Elmer. D. Trow,
Elmer, Mrs. Blumer. B. Ncild, K. Peach, K. Albertson. R. Mabie. D. Pence. S. Pfcuti. Absent: L. Koebler.
72Morning Kindergarten Class
ROW 1: B. schaller, C. Shell, D. Mur alt. C. Conley. Kehm, P. Zweifcl, C. Zweifel, L. Dodd. L. Kennedy,
p. Pluss, N. Colborn, B. Tornow, W. Johnson. M. Brug- P. Shear, J. Pattrath. B. Zcttle, T. Brewer. ROW 3:
ger, J. Howery. M. Larson. ROW 2: J. Sandlin. D. Mrs. Spring.
Afternoon Kindergarten Class
ROW 1: D. Dustan, M. Graves. M. Jones. S. Nipple. J. M. Flood. R. Lerch. R. Shell. R. Neild, P. Lyle. C.
Althaus, D. Nelson. A. Aeschliman, D. Luedy, B. F.ver- Klapper. ROW 3: Mrs. Spring. Absent; T. Alexander,
hart, D. Wendlandt. ROW 2: G. Schneider, C. Ceslok,
Left to Right: ROW 1: K. Kehm. L. Johnson. L. Atkinson. S. Albright. W. Johnson. ROW 2: C. Simpson. A. Flood, L. Sellnow. C. Althaus, A.
McCreedy, J. Broge. ROW 3: J. Larson, A. Bahn,
J. How cry, R. Pluss. G. Mural t, Mr. Clark. Missing from picture: C. Flynn. S. Elmer.
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LARRY JOHN SALON Monticello—Belleville—Verona 938-4841 845-6623 424-3222 Congratulations Class of 72 FREITAGE CHIROPRACTIC OFFICE Monticello. Wisconsin 938-4211
MONTICELLO CONSTRUCTION CO. Starline Dealer Fred C. Durtschi Monticello. Wisconsin KARL H. FREITAG —Insurance— “If it's Worth Owning. It's Worth Insuring” Monticello. Wisconsin
86COXY CORNER RESTAURANT Open 7 days—6:00 A.M.-8:00 P.M. Noon Specials Orfordville. Wise.
“Bonnie and Bo Bodette"
George and Edna's Bar Marty’s Texaco Service Albany Beauty Mart Wayne Albertson. Sr., Auctioneer LeRoy Butt-McNess Products Ralph Leudy Livestock Trucking
Glarnerstube Ruef’s Meat Market Walt's Toggery Klassy Milling Co.
Stairs Sentry Market Brodhead Veterinary Service Art’s Texaco Station R R Implement Brodhead Pierce Furniture and Carriage House Pierce True Value Hardware
Evansville Veterinary Hospital
Tommy’s Barber Shop Voegeli Chevrolet and Buick Rufer’s Bar Woelffer Drug Store Kubly Tire and Service
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