Argyle High School - Treasured Echoes Yearbook (Argyle, WI)

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The ForTy-Niner Published by Seniors of Argyle High School Argyle, WisconsinDEDICATION The High School - an institution which is a vital stepping-stone in the road to education and a foundation for the building of our character and personality. It gives those attending a lasting impression of pleasures, friendships and experiences never to be forgotten. It is a leader in citizenship, serving the community, and striving to make our country a better, more enjoyable place to live. We hereby dedicate these pages to the Argyle High School, knowing that it will continue in the future to work for the betterment of the public welfare. 2Administration Mr. Lavas sor, treasurer; Mr. Hendrickson, president; Mr. Pedersen, clerk. h QCU MR. MORGAN Principal Educational Guidance, Latin MR. SIMPSON Assistant Principal Agriculture InstructorSEMIOR CLASS Dean Penniston, President Doris Pfund, Vice-President Orville Kipfer, Secretary and TreasurerBURNETTE ABRAHAM Mixed Chorus 3,4 Drama tics 1,2,3,4 Glee Club 1.2.3.4 Twi r1ing 2,3 Forensics 1 Class Play 3.4 Paper Staff 4 Class President 2 LLOYD BUSHNELL Basketba11 1,2,3 Baseba11 1,2,3 Football 2,3,4 Class Pres. 3 F.F.A. Pres. 4 Annual Editor 4 Vice-Pres. of •‘A • Club 4 Chorus 1 DONNA D BOBBINS Band 1,2,3,4 Glee Club 1.2,3,4 Mixed Chorus 1,2,3,4 Drama tics 1,2,3,4 Triple Trio 3,4 Forensics 4 Class Play 4 Pres, of Glee Club 4 Class Pres. 1 Annua 1 Staff 4 Paper Staff 4 BERNARD DUNLAVY Football 1,2,3 Basketball 1,2,3 Paper Staff 4 Chorus 1 — 6 —ROGER GIERHART Footba11 1,2,3,4 ‘A • Club 4 Annua 1 Staff 4 Editor of Paper 4 Class Play 3 Basketball 1,2 Representative to Boys State 3 ARLEIGH HANSEN Assistant Student Manager 3 Student Manager 4 A’ Club 4 ELEANOR HANSEN Class Play 3,4 Class Pres. 4 Band 3.4 Mixed Chorus 1,2,3,4 Glee Club 1,2,3,4 Drama tics 1,2,3,4 Forensics 3,4 Paper Staff 4 Triple Trio 4 Class Trees. 2 Student Council 4 I CHARLENE JOHNSON Girls ’ Glee Club 1,2,3 Twirling 2,3,4 Drama tics 1,2,3 Mixed Chorus 1,2,3 Class Play 4 Pape r Staff 4 Annua 1 Staff 4 Vi — 7 —VERNON JOHNSON Football 2 Class Treas. 1 Cheer 1eader 3 ORVILLE KIPFER Footba11 1,2,3,4 Basketball 1,2,3,4 Ba seba11 1,2,3,4 Sec. H Treat. 4 Vice-Pres. 4 Annual Staff 4 Paper Staff 4 ‘'A' Club 4 Student Council 4 JOHN KOHLER Baske tba11 1,2 Footba11 1,2 Paper Staff 4 Student Council 4 HERVY LANE Footba11 1,2,3,4 Basketball 1,2,3 Class Play 4 Prom King 3 Chorus 1 Sec. k Treas. 1 Grade Coach 4 ••A ' Club 4 — 8 —ROBERT MINDERMANN Football 1,2,3,4 Ba ske t ba11 1,2,3,4 Baseba 11 1,2,3,4 Class Play 3 Paper Staff 4 ••A Club 4 Sec. Treas. 3 BETTY MONTGOMERY Dr ama tics 1,2,3,4 Glee Club 1,2,3.4 Mixed Chorus 1,2,3,4 Forensics 1 Class Pres. 3 Paper Staff 4 DONALD NYSTED Football 1,2,3,4 Basketba11 1 Baseball 1.2.3.4 A Club 4 Class Pres. 1 F.F.A. Sec. 4 Pres, of A ' Club 4 Chorus 1 SHIRLY OLSON Twirling 2,3,4 Mixed Chorus 1,2,3 Glee Club 1,2,3,4 Dramat ics 1,2,3,4 Class Play 4 — 9 —DEAN PENNISTON Football 4 Class Play 3 Class President 4 Baseball 3 DORIS PFUND Glee Club 1,2,3,4 Mixed Chorus 1,3,4 Forensics 2,3,4 Dramatics 1,2,3,4 Twi r1ing 2,3,4 Triple Trio 4 Class Play 3,4 Paper Staff 4 Annua 1 Staff 4 DANNY POFF Football 1,2,3,4 Captain of Football Team 4 Baske tba11 1,2,3 Chorus 1 Paper Staff 4 Annua 1 Staff 4 ••A Club 4 Sec. fc Treas. of 'A' Club 4 Grade Coach 4 ROBERT PUTNAM F.F.A. Treasurer 4 Footba11 1,2,3,4 Basketball 1,2,3 IO --THERESA QUINN Glee Club 1.2.3 Mixed Chorus 1,2,3 Band 4 Forensics 4 Dramatics 1,2,3,4 Class Play 3.4 Sec. k Treas. 4 Annua 1 Staff 4 Paper Staff 4 Student Council 4 MARTHA ROSSING Glee Club 1,2,3.4 Mixed Chorus 1,2,3,4 Triple Trio 2,3,4 Prom Queen 3 Drum Majorette 4 Cheerleader 2 Forensics 4 Dramatics 1,2,3,4 Band 1,2,3,4 Badger Girls' State Representative 3 Class Play 3 Annua 1 Staff 4 Paper Staff 4 Slick Chicks 3,4 BETTY SCHROEDER Glee Club 1,2,3 Mixed Chorus 1,2,3 Band 2,3,4 Forensics 4 Dramatics 1,2,3,4 Class Play 4 Annua 1 Staff 4 Paper Staff 4 IIVICTOR SEVERSON Basketball 1,2,3,4 Chorus - Second Semester 4 DORIS SWEENEY Mixed Chorus 1,2,3,4 Glee Club 1,2,3.4 Band 1,2,3,4 Dramat ics 1,2,3,4 Class Play 4 Annual Staff 4 Paper Staff 4 Student Council 4 FLOYD TOLLACKSON Baseball 1,2,3,4 Football 1,2,3 Student Council 4 Baske tba11 1,2,3 Chorus 1 MAVIS ULSRUD Twi r1ing 2,3 Cheerleader 4 Glee Club 1,2,3,4 Drama tics 1,2,3,4 Forensics 3,4 Class Play 3,4 Paper Staff 4 Annua 1 Staff 4 r 12— 17 —Back row: Henry Schwartz, Glenn Legler, Russell Nelson, Ralph Wilhelmson, Eugene Lane, Leonard Disch, Charles Putnam, John Mindermann. Middle row: Lillian Larson, Donna Johnson, Marianne Olson, Mary Hawley, Delores Hansen, Ada Anderson, Joanne Everson, Janann Raster, Audrey Flannery. Front row: Class adviser-Mr. Arnot, Helen Peterson, Roselyn Anderegg, Vivian Hauser, Beverly Johnson, Charlene Severson, Marilyn Nybroten, Joyce Nybroten, Leona Everson, Beverly Olson. Back row: Leona Everson, Joyce Nybroten, Leonard Disch, Ralph Wilhelmson, Beverly Johnson. Middle row: Joanne Everson, Audrey Flannery, Vivian Hauser, Janann Raster, Mary Hawley. Front row: Delores Hansen, Beverly Olson,Rosalyn Anderegg, Ada Anderson, Helen Peterson, Marilyn Nybroten. — l8 — !r.T Class Top row: Sherman Darmien, Sanford Garrison, Roger DeVoe, Charles Penniston, Albert Olson, Russell Penniston, Fritz Erickson, Roger Isely, Floyd Carpenter, Robert Kohler. Middle row: Betty Johnson, LaVaughn Hatfield, Kenny Severson, Frances Etter, Clarice Emberson, Doris Bennett, Sylvester Johnson, Odell Hendrickson, Jerry Saalsaa. Front row: Class adviser-Miss Waterman, Jerry Nybroten, Marian Skattum, Rosie Bahler, Colleen Bowman, Donna O’Rourke, Ruth Tollakson, Verna Ostby, Emogene Johnson, Maxine Jocabson, Darlene Mat ley, Donna Lou Anderson. — 19 —I resliman Class Z7J Top row: Class adviser-Mr. Helgesen, Arthur IXinlavy, Melvin Flint, Russell Berg, Peter Olson, Elton Olson, Pat Lunda, Robert Grossglauser, Oscar Kipfer. Middle row:Kenneth Kinane, Yvonne Olson, Barbara Carpenter, Rosemary Flannery, Marsha Vinger, Joanne Penniston, Virginia Flannery, Clarice Steiner, Wilma Andrews, Leo Splinter, Front row: Arleigh Nybroten, Lloyd Lewis, Roger Saal saa, Ellen Kohler, Junice Isely, Marlene D'Hobbins, Dean Flannery, Keith Penniston, Robert Englebretson. I olent Mi.jM Roger DeVoe, Junior Olson, Jerry Nybroten, Charles Penniston, Russell Penniston. 20 —ACTIVITIESTOOT BALI Back row: Roger Saalsaa, Art Dunlavy, Patty Lunda, Melvin Flint, Russell Berg, Leo Splinter, Donnie Lane, Keith Penniston, Lloyd Lewis. Third row: Coach Rhemstedt, LaVaughn Hatfield, Charles Penniston, Robert Mindermann, Dean Penniston, Roger Gierhart, Oscar Kipfer, Sherman Danuien, Kenny Severson, Coach Sinpson. Second row: John Mindermann, Russell Nelson, Henry Schwartz, Russell Penniston, Robert Putnam, Lloyd Bushnell, Arleigh Waage, Fritz Erickson. Front row: Charles Putnam, Leonard Disch, Eugene Lane, Captain Danny Poff, Hervey Lane, Don Nysted, Orville Kipfer. The Argyle Orioles opened their undefeated season with an impressive non-league victory over South Wayne, followed by a defeat of Barneveld. The Homecoming game with the ’47 champions was hard fought, but Argyle had too much power and triumphed over Belleville, 38 to 0. Orfordville fell to the Argyle charges by the season’s top-heavy score of 78 to 12. The Orioles concluded their '48 football season with a victory over the powerful Brodhead team, 63 to 38, to win the State Line League Championship. A.H.S. 44 .................... South Wayne 22 A.H.S. 45 ..................... Barneveld 12 A.H.S. 52........................ Brooklyn 26 A.H.S. 38 ..................... Belleville 0 A.H.S. 78......................Orfordville 12 A.H.S. 54 ..................... New Glarus 0 A.H.S. 63 .......................... Brodhead 38BASKETBAII Coach Rehmstedt, Assistant Manager Ralph Wilhelmson, Manager Arleigh Hanson, Victor Severson, Russell Nelson, Char Kipfer, Arleigh Waage, Russell Pennis Not present: Captain Gene Lane. The Argyle High School basketball team finished in sixth place in the State Line League with a record of four wins and six defeats. During the first part of the season the Argyle Cagers lost several close games, but scored impressive victories against such rivals as Juda-Blanchardville and Hollandale. Highlights of the season were three victories over Blanchardvi1le, including the opening game of the les Penniston, Frits Erickson, Orville ton, Charles Putnam, John Mindermann. tournament. Captain Gene Lane scored 213 points in league games to win the individual scoring championship. Argyle entered the New Glarus District tournament and defeated Blan-chardville in the first game. Monti-cello defeated Argyle in the second game to drop the Orange and Black Cagers from the championship bracket. Bellville defeated the Argyle Orioles in the consolation game. — 24 —I .ettei men First row: Orville Kipfer, Robert Mindermann, Danny Poff, Charles Putnam, Donald Nysted, Robert Putnam. Second row: Dean Penniston, Russell Penniston, Roger Gierhart, Lloyd Bushnell, John Mindermann, Fredrick Erickson, Charles Penniston. Third row: Hervey Lane, Leonard Disch, Arleigh Hansen, Eugene Lane, Russell Nelson, Arleigh Waage. Cl leei Ada Anderson, Frances Etter, Mavis Ulsrud, Joanne Penniston, Donna Anderson. — 26 %Back row: Bruce Penniston, Patty Lunda, Eleanor Hansen, Donna O'Rourke, Sylvester Johnson, Director-Mr. Von Klien. Second row: Ada Anderson, Mary Hawley, Judith Berget, Joanne McGinnity, Donna Anderson, Suzanne Saalsaa, Ann Morgan, Curtis Anderson, Philip Johnson, Shirley Nybroten, Marlene D'Hobbins, Marilyn Nybroten. First row: Martha Rossing, Donna D'Hobbins, Doris Sweeney, Leonard Disch, Joanne Penniston, Ruth Tollakson, Sherman Dammen, Clarice Steiner, Colleen Bowman, Darlene Matley, Emogene Johnson, James Dillon, Jerry Saalsaa. Back row: Sylvester Johnson, Dick Hawley, LaVaughn Hatfield, Leona Everson, Philip Steiner, Dale Peterson, Bruce Penniston, Lois Gavigan, Roger Penniston, Director-Mr. Von Klein. Middle row: Joanne McGinnity, Sandra Watkins, Yvonne Olson, Ann Morgan, Suzanne Saalsaa, Bruce Peterson, Joan Ostby, Marsha Vinger, Curtiss Anderson. Front row: Dick Johnson, Joyce Hawley, Jessie Gierhart, Judy Berget, Colleen Bowman,Rose Mary Flannery, Clarice Steiner, Charlene Severson, Sherman Dammen, Wilma Andrews, James Dillon, Peter Olson, Philip Johnson, Shirley Nybroten, Carol Anderson. — 2? —Girls’ Cl lOPUS Top row: Barbara Carpenter, Burnette Abraham, Martha Rossing, Donna Anderson, Wilma Andrews, Clarice Steiner, Director-Mr. Von Klein, Shirley Olson, Doris Pfund, Delores Hansen, Eleanor Hansen, Maxine Jacobson, Clarice Emberson. Third row: Doris Sweeney, Marsha Vinger, Donna Johnson, Ada Anderson, Doris Bennett, Rosie Bahler, Leona Everson, Darlene Mat ley, Marian Skattum, Frances Etter, Yvonne Olson, Joanne Everson, Audrey Flannery, Second row: Marlene D’Hobbins, Helen Peterson, Emogene Johnson, Ellen Kohler, Marilyn Nybroten, Rosemary Flannery, Joyce Nybroten, Mavis Ulsrud, Ruth Tollakson, Betty Montgomery. Front row: Beverly Johnson, Donna O’Rourke, Verna Ostby, Charlene Severson, Janann Raster, Colleen Bowman, Joanne Penniston, Rosalyn Anderegg, Vivian Hauser, Mary Hawley, Donna D’Hobbins. Treble Clef Donna D’Hobbins, Donna Anderson, Martha Rossing, Burnette Abraham, Eleanor Hansen, Ada Mae Anderson, Marilyn Nybroten, Mary Hawley, Doris Pfund. — 28 —Ki ixed Cl lOPUS Top row: Robert Kohler, Jerry Saalsaa, Glenn Legler, Sanford Garrison, LaVaughn Hatfield, Odell Hendrickson, Russell Nelson, Sherman Dammen, Charles Putnam, Sylvester Johnson. Second row: Martha Rossing, Donna Anderson, Emogene Johnson, Ada Mae Anderson, Rosalyn Anderegg, Joanne Penniston, Yvonne Olson, Marsha Vinger, Rosemary Flannery, Doris Pfund, Mary Hawley, Third row: Durnette Abraham, Doris Sweeney, Leona Everson, Frances Etter, Joyce Nybroten, Darlene Mat ley, Marilyn Nybroten, Eleanor Hansen, Delores Hansen, 3etty Montgomery. Front row: Marlene D'Hobbins, Marian Skattum, Donna O'Rourke, Ruth Tollakson, Donna D'Hobbins. Glenn Legler, Jerry Saalsaa, Robert Kohler, Sanford Garrison, La Vaughn Hatfield, Odell Hendrickson, Charles Putnam, Sherman Dammen, Russell Nelson, Sylvester Johnson. Seated: Mr. Von Klein. — 29 —Cluck s Martha Rossing Mary Frances Hawley Marilyn Nybroten Q U A R T L Glenn Legler Ada Mae Anderson Russel 1 Nelson Donna Lou Anderson DEBUTAMTES Marlene D Hobbins Sandra Watkins Joanne Penniston — 30 —ers Back row: Drum majorette, Martha Rossing; twirlers, Charlene Johnson; twirling captain, Delores Hansen; twirlers, Maxine Jacobson, Barbara Carpenter. Front row: Doris Pfund, Helen Peterson, Beverly Johnson, Shirley Olson. — 31 —Back row: Sherman Dammen, Eleanor Hansen, Delores Hansen, Shirley Olson, Darlene Mat ley, Mary Hawley, Martha Rossing, Donna Anderson, Maxine Jacobson, Peter Olson, Wilma Andrews, Theresa Quinn, Betty Schroeder, Marsha Vinger, Clarice Emberson. Third row: LaVaughn Hatfield, Helen Peterson, Marilyn Nybroten, Ada Anderson, Leona Everson, Doris Sweeney, Doris Bennett, Mavis Ulsrud, Rosie Bahler, Clarice Steiner, Yvonne Olson, Lillian Larson. Second row: Leo Splinter, Lloyd Lewis, Vivian Hauser, Verna Ostby, Donna O’Rourke, Rosalyn Anderegg, Betty Montgomery, Marian Skattum, Frances Etter, Joanne Penniston, Donna Johnson, Marianne Olson, Doris Pfund. Front row: Director-Miss Waterman, Audrey Flannery, Beverly Johnson, Keith Penniston, Joanne Everson, Beverly Johnson, Roger Saalsaa, Robert Englebretson, Elton Olson, Ellen Kohler, Colleen Bowman, Marlene D'Hobbins, Donna D'Hobbins, Rosemary Flannery, Janann Kaster, Barbara Carpenter. One Act Plat, Standing: Delores Hansen, Shirley Olson. Seated: Helen Peterson, Beverly Olson. — 32 —orensics Back row: Donna Anderson, Maxine Jacobson, Audrey Flannery, Darlene Matley, Glenn Legler, Delores Hansen, Ada Anderson, Theresa Quinn, Martha Rossing. Third row: Joanne Penniston, Burnette Abraham, Doris Pfund, Eleanor Hansen, Mary Hawley, Barbara Carpenter, Shirley Olson, Betty Schroeder. Second row: Yvonne Olson, Marlene D'Hobbins, Marilyn Nybroten, Leona Everson, Rosalyn Anderegg, Helen Peterson, Janann Raster, Leo Splinter. Front row: Director-Mr. Helgesen, Ellen Kohler, Donna D'Hobbins, Mavis Ulsrud, Beverly Johnson, Keith Penniston. Officers of the student council are, left to right: Theresa Quinn, Leonard Disch, Eleanor Hansen and Joanne Penniston. Other members are: Doris Sweeney, Floyd Tol-lakson, Arleigh Waage, John Kohler, Orville Kipfer, Lillian Larson, Sylvester Johnson, Verna Ostby, Keith Penniston and Marlene D'Hobbins. — 33 —F.F.A. Top row: Sherman Danmen, Sanford Garrison, Ralph Wilhelmson, Donald Nysted, Russell Derg, John Kohler, Eugene Lane, Victor Severson, Arleigh Hansen, Vernon Johnson, Adviser-Roy Simpson. Middle row: LaVaughn Hatfield, Melvin Flint, Roger Isley, Lloyd Bushnell, Albert Olson, Charles Putnam, Henry Schwartz, Robert Putnam, Odell Hendrickson, Floyd Tollakson, Oscar Kipfer. Front row: Arthur Dunlavy, Arleigh Nybroten, Roger Saalsaa, Elton Olson, Kenneth Severson, Dean Flannery, Lloyd Lewis, Kenneth Kinane, Robert Grossglauser, Jerry Nybroten, Sylvester Johnson, Robert Englebretson. — 34 —acu Mrs. J. Penniston, Mr. Lufit Mrs. Pederson, Mrs. Zweifel. THE GRADE OPERETTA, ‘PETER RABBIT — 35 —I 2 G e Back row: Judy Hermanson, Mike Simpson, Dennis White, Berry Quinn, Gary Hendrickson, Harlow Ostby, Bi1ly Goepfert, Russell Hanson, Art Stauffacher, Mike Morgan. Middle row: Diane Pederson, Martin Robertson, Ronald Krebs, Mary Andrews, Russell Sweeney, Van Steiner, Micky Meyer. First row: Beverly Zenter, Gordon Hale, Howard Johnson, Sue Ann Blesch, Ralph Pederson, Patsy Ann Coffey, Marion Johnson, Carol Jean Heller, Rose Mary Haffele, Diane Meyer. Those not present in the picture: Jerry Flannery, Jimmy McGinnity, Donald Paul, Russell Quinn, Karyn Goecks, Robert Rood, Judy Ann Flannery. Back row: Mrs. Zweifel, David Penniston, Donald Marti, Jo Andrews, Carol Anderson, Billy Quinn, Ernest Grossglauser, Eben Robertson, Douglas Watson. Front row: Michael Wheeler, Dean Saalsaa, Patty McGinnity, Jill White, Barbara Peterson, Merlin Johnson, Gary White, Kasper Berget. — 36 —5 6 Oracle Back row: Charles Anderson, Suzanne Saalsaa, Helen Legler, Ann Morgan, Joanne Me Ginnity, Joan Auestad, Frances Ostby, Donald Olson, David Hawley, Richard Johnson, Curtis Anderson. Middle row: Douglas Hanson, Bruce Pederson, Cynthia Gierhart, Jill Hawley, Robert Erickson, Roger Bright, Nancy Johnson, Joan Ostby, Betty Hendrickson, Joyce Hawley. Front row: Gary Stauffacher, Leonard Penniston, Patricia O'Rourke, Sharon Bredeson, Virginia Goepfert, Eugene Wheeler, Barbara Vinger, Nancy Andrews, Charles Hermanson. 7 8 Back row: Flora Grossglauser, Fannie Andrews, James Dillon, Phillip Steiner, Dick Hawley, Ronnie Larson, Roger Penniston, Philip Johnson, Donald Meyer, Sandra Watkins. Middle row: Marjorie Carpenter, Carol Dovre, Kenneth Robertson, Edmund Erickson, David Rossing, John Meyer, Jessie Gierheart, Shirley Nybroten, Judy Berget. Front row: Irene Johnson, Beverly Stauffacher, Bruce Penniston, Richard O'Rourke, Dale Peterson, Bob Sweeney, Raymond Moen, Lois Gavigan. — 37 —HOMECOMIPiG— 39 —September 7 September 14 October 1 Brooklyn October 5 October 9 Game with Bellville October 15 Orfordville October 22 New Glarus. H. October 29 Brodhead. H. (Beat them) Novembe r 8 November 9 November 10 Blanchardville Novembe r 19 Orfordville Novembe r 23 .... Basketball game with New Glarus. H. November 29 .. F. F. A. Skating Party December 3 Blanchardville December 9 P. T. A. December 10 .... Basketball game with Albany. H. December 16 December 17 Christmas Vacation January 3 January 6 7 January 14 .... Basketball game with Juda. H. January 17 .. F. F. A. Skating Party January 21 Monticello January 21 January 25 . Sophomore Amateur Night January 28 .... Basketball game with Brooklyn. H. January 31 .. F. F. A. Skating Party February 2 ... Firemen’s Banquet for Lettermen February 4 . .. Freshmen School Party February 4 ... Freshmen School Party February 9 February 10 .... Basketball game with Hollandale. H. February 11 .. Teachers Convention at Madison February 14,16,17,19 Basketball Tournament February 21 .. F. F. A. Skating Party Grade Tournament February 22 ... F. F. A. School Party February 23 P. T. A. February 24 February 25 March 8 9 March 24 .... Forensics contest at Hollandale April 7 ... Junior-Senior Banquet April 12 .Platteville visiting day April 14 .. Spring concert. Vocal April 22 .. Spring concert. Band April 28 . Festival solos ensemble April 29 May 5 May 6 May 14 May 22 May 24 May 26 May 27 A Den, 5:00 A.M. - Vic and Kenny Severson make an agreement: Kenny milk, Vic sleep. 7:30 - Ves, Mom, I’m coming. 7:40 - Rosy, the bus comes in five minutes. You’re gonna be late. 8:00 - The Anderson arrive at school. 8:15 - Martha Rossing comes in for her 8 o’clock flute lesson. 8:30 - Everyone making excuses to be out in the assembly. 8:59 - Arleigh Waage comes barreling into Economics. 9:00 - Too late for the rest of you. You lucky people, you have the assembly to yourselves. 9:15 - Miss Waterman just getting English II ‘‘organized’’. 9:30 - Only 25 minutes more, shame on you clock-watchers. 9:55 - One down, three to go! 9:59 - Oh, oh, I have the news in Guidance today. 10:00 - Silence reigns once more. 10:55 - Another thrilling escape. Turn in tomorrow and see how I make out. Not so good, maybe. 11:00 - Activity hour, and, oh, what activity!!!! Time for band, and a candy bar from the Corner Store on the way over. Vitamins, you know. 11:15 - The Argyle Atom Smashers are at it again in Room 3. 11:30 - ‘‘Girls, you can’t run with the ball,’’ calls Mr. Morgan in Girls’ Phi. Ed. class. Al School 12:00 - Lunch time! 12:45 - Everyone getting caught up on the latest news: can’t you hear that gay laughter on the east side of the assembly? 1:00 P.M. - ‘‘Qui, quae, quod, which one do I use?’’ asks Emogene Johnson as she pokes Darlene Matley. 1:30 - Theme day in English, and I forgot my Webster! 2:00 - A change of scenery does make the time pass. 2:30 - What, no arguments in History II today? Must be the weather. 3:00 - All classes over except those poor sixth hour typists. Oh well, they will learn some day. 3:15 - The Argyle ‘‘Orioles’’ are winging their way down the ‘‘A.H.S. gym . 3:30 - So many of us have references to do; honest, Mr. Morgan. 3:59 - I’m so thirsty, and the fountains are so near the stairs! 4:00 - Clear the stairs; here I come! 4:30 - Buses bound and bent, for and between all bends and paths near Argyle. 4:40 - The eager beavers still at work. 5:00 - Hey boy, you look lonely in that seat among so many vacant ones. 5:30 - Eb clashes the gates, and trucks home. Another day!!!!!! — 46 —•• ’48 " Jeannine Albert Joyce Berg John Bruehlman Duane Erickson Mar j orie Gavigan Audrey Gunderson Lorraine Hansen Doreen Hendrickson Daryle Isely David Jacobson Lawrence Kipfer Raymond Larson Robert Lunda Jacqueline Meyer Mayette Mollrud Everett Montgomery Roger Nall Ruth Nall Bruce Nelson Doris Nybroten Myra Belle Olson Mary Lou Penniston Donald Pfister Delbert Skattum Marjorie Splinter David Stephenhagen Lois Thompson Nancy Thompson Nathalie Thurston Roberta Watkins « » t Henry Anderson June Auestad Bernice Baehler Irma Buehler Mary Eastwood Alexander Erickson Bernice Erickson Betty Flannery Thomas Flint Helen Gavigan Elaine Hanson Carol Hendrickson Cecil Hatfield Harold Johnson Karsten Johnson Shirley Johnson Elton Martin Charles McMannes Vernus Nelson Melva Olson Eleanor Olson Sherman Ostby Mae Penniston Esther Paulson Frank Schroeder Betsy Trotter Kenneth Ulsrud Delores Waage ALUMMI .. 46 .. Beulah Anderson Beatta Andrews Lillian Baehler Bryce Campell Betty Cragg Curtis Emberson Doral Erickson Marian Erickson Betty Everson Mary Gavigan Barbara Gierhart Harlow Gierhart Gene Gilbertson Darleen Hanson Dorothy Hendrickson Kenneth Hendrickson Dorothy Huber Imogene Lancaster Robert Montomery Erling Olson Virginia Rear Donald Rossing Marian Saalsaa Marie Splinter Bernard Thompson Ardis Watkins Robert Wilson • ’45 " Earl Aim Calvin Erickson Eldridge Erickson Lucille Jaegers Albert Jegerlehner Marion Johnson Delbert Kipfer Richard Lane Hilma Larson Grace Lien Ivan Luchsinger Sherman Martin Georgina Olson Ruth Olson Ardrey Penniston Paul Phillipson David Putman James Rood Lois Sardeson Margaret Severson Agnes Skattum Joyce Thoreson Belva Trotter Florinda Ulsrud Mazie Vinger Sanford Wahl Phyllis Wang .. .44 .. Ruth Baehler Barbara Blisner Helen Bredeson Mary Brown Elaine Danroen Willis Gierhart Elwood Gunderson Albert Johnson Juanita Johnson Wesley Johnson Henry Kohler Dorothy Larson Jeanette Mollrud Dorothy Ann Nybroten Bobby Penniston Bernie Rear Rebbecca Ronnerud Mavis Rood Helene Rossing Hilda Schlafle Vivian Simonson Betty Sweeney Richard Thompson Henry Vinger Sylvan Waage Kermit Watkins •• '43 Milford Anderson Stanley Ayen Vivian Berget Mabel Claussen Elton Eastwood Clarice Erickson Bertha Haesler Myron Hendrickson Violet Holverson Gertrude Jegerlehner Gordon Johnson Harry Johnson Rose Marie Johnson Glen Kipfer Vernon Larson Clayton Martin Mavis Mollrud Marian Nall Iola Mae Nall Arlin Nyborg Romans Nysted Betty Olson Kenneth Olson Robert Penniston Charlene Putnam Miles Qjinn Beta Robertson William Rossing Paul Sardeson Leona Schroeder Rolfe Severson Harland Skattum June Soper Pearl Sowl Mildred Thompson Dorothy Ulsrud Paul Walder Richard WilsonAUTOGRAPHS — 48 -AUTOGRAPHSTo the businessmen of Argyle goes our thanks and appreciation for their wonderful assistance in sponsoring the “Forty-Niner". We also extend many thanks to Mr. Zum Brunnen for his time and work in taking photographs, and Mr. McGinnity of the Atlas for his helpful advice. ARGYLE DRUG STORE Complete Prescription Department Baby Health Department Refrigerated Biologicals Animal Health Medicines GRADUATES— Best Wishes for your future’ Success and Happiness.State Bank of Argyle Argyle, Wisconsin Your Home Town Bank —and— The Bank of Friendly Service Member of the F. D. I. C. Nelson Mercantile Co. Retailers of General Merchandise ARGYLE WISCONSIN —COMPLIMENTS OF— CHESTER VINGER INSURANCE OF ALL KINDS OSTBY GARAGE CHEVROLET — ALUS CHALMERS Argyle, Wisconsin Phone 62 ROBERT H. HAWLEY DEALER IN UVESTOCK Highest Cash Prices Paid For Your Livestock Yards Phone: 72 Res.: 70 — si —CONGRATULATIONS —OF— WHEELER FOODS Vinger Implement Co. International Trucks — Tractors — Farm Equipment IHC Harvesters — Home Freezers — Refrigerators Goodyear Tires and Tubes ARGYLE WISCONSIN SAALSAA HARDWARE PHILGAS STOVES - CROSLEY REFRIGERATORS ARGYLE, WIS. PHONE 14 PHILLIPSON GARAGE FORD SALES AND SERVICE JOHN DEERE IMPLEMENT SALES SERVICE GENERAL ELECTRIC APPLIANCES —COMPLIMENTS OF— L. A. ROSSING CO. — 52 —FURNITURE AND FUNERAL SERVICE Furniture — Floor Covering — Ambulance Service Undertaking — Picture Framing E. J. ERICKSON Home - 24W Phones Store - 24R ARGYLE LUMBER COMPANY The SERVICE INSURANCE AGENCY Lumber — Coal — Cement Phillipson - Hendrickson Roofing — Paint All Lines of Insurance P. J. Flanagan, Mgr. Argyle, Wisconsin LOCKER PLANT See us about Processing and Curing Your Meat. Birdseye Frozen Foods Phone 16 NICK QUINT For Highest Prices on Produce Call NICK QUINT Phone 17 Argyle, Wisconsin Eat at THE COFFEE SHOP We serve the Best Home Made Pies and Doughnuts Bordens Ice Cream Big Juicy Hamburgers that Fit the Bun Homer, Charley and Catherine —Compliments to the— Class of ’49 of the A. H. S. J. R. ARNOT Insurance Agency Argyle, Wisconsin —Be Prepared for— GRADE a MILK! Install J mesway Equipment —See The— ARGYLE CHICK HATCHERY ARGYLE RED FRONT Lumber and Feed Jesse Hanson Phone 101 — S3 —BUB’S SERVICE STATION MABEL DOVRE Shell - Oil - Grease - Washing DEW DROP INN Greasing and Accessories "For Good Food Served Right” Bernard Smith, Prop. We Bake our Own Pies COMPLIMENTS COMPLIMENTS —of— THE ARGYLE ATLAS TED SCHROEDER Publishers - Printer Office Supplies SCHWARTZ SERVICE STATION COMPLIMENTS Complete Line of —of— MOBIL PRODUCTS RUSSELL PENNISTON COMPLIMENTS Diamonds — Watches — Silverware —of— ‘ Gifts That Last” BERGET’S JEWELRY SWEENEY SHOE HARNESS SHOP Phone 1 12 Argyle, Wis WHIRLING WHEELS Skating Every Enjoy The Charm of Clover Farm! Sunday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday Nights ARGYLE CLOVER FARM STORE Sunday Matinee Foster Deininger, Mgr. — 54 —COMPLIMENTS CONGRATULATIONS Q( —From— O’ROURKE’S DAIRY BAR CARDINAL BUS DEPOT "Quality Dairy Products of All Kinds" Dan O’Rourke, Prop. Phone 41 WEINSCHENK’S CONGRATULATIONS Plumbing Heating —From— Well Systems ARGYLE CLEANERS Phone 7 Argyle, Wis. Norman Callender ANDERSON BROTHERS WEST SIDE SERVICE STATION Everything Electrical Pure Oil Products - Frigidaire - Duo Also Electrical Wiring and Refrigeration Service Therm - Zenith Radios Congratulations Seniors CHURCH LITHOGRAPH Inc. Albert Lea Minnesota — 55 —ARGYLE BIRD’S-EYE VIEW Mr. Robbertson, Our Janitor Caught in the act. CIIICI HIIISHri lie ALBERT LEA MINNESOTA — 56 


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