Argyle High School - Treasured Echoes Yearbook (Argyle, WI)
- Class of 1951
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Text from Pages 1 - 64 of the 1951 volume:
,awe JW sow
Fight on for Argyle High,
We must fight on, to do or die.
We know our boys are strong
And they will fight the whole night long.
Oh yes, we know,
We know they're strong and they
Bring on the orange and black,
Because we know you nothing lack.
Lead on and win the game
And we will cheer you to your fame.
Oh yes, we'1l cheer,
We'll cheer you to your fame,
Published by the Senior Class of Argyle, Wisconsin
To a man who has done such s countless number of things for
the students of A.H.S. An unselfish person who always has a
friendly word or a cheerful smile for each of us. If we had
a problem we knew we could always count on "EB" for sympa-
thetic understanding or a word of gentle advice. In appre-
ciation of his efforts we sincerely dedicate this annual to
our friend, Mr. Robertson. i
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Mr. Lavassor, treasurer: Mr. Hendrickson, president:
Mr. Pederson, clerk.
MR , MORGAN MR. SIMPSON
PRINCIPAL. Latin, English, ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL B. E.
Geography. BJA- Columbia Col- Platteville State Teachers
lege. . College.
M S. MAHLUM
English. B.S. St. Olaf College Typing. B.E. Whitewater State
and University of Wisconsin. Teachers College. Grad.work at
U of Wis. and N.W. University.
Sciences. B.S. Plgtteville Social Sciences. B.S. Platte-
Statg Teachers College' ville State Teachers College.
MR. REH STEDT
MR. VON KLEIN
Mathematics. B.E. Platteville Music. B.M. Illinois Wesleyan
State Teachers College. Grad, University gf Wisconsin,
work at University of Wis.
Semen QZMA Ufficam
Back row , Darlene Matley, Clarice Emberson.
Front row ,. Sherman Damnen, Fmogene johnson.
Today we sail: where shall we anchor?
White Carnations Blue and White
"Achievement comes to
those who labor."
DONNA Loulsla '
Annual Staff C0'liLlit0r .13
Band 1,2,3,-ig Brass Sex-
:er 5,45 Class play 3,-1:
Cheerleader 2,3,4: Class
Officer li D.A.R- Winner
4g Dramauics l,2,3,-ig For-
CnSiCS 1,-2,32 Girls' Cho-
rus 1,2,3,-ig Girls' Quar-
tet 45 Mixed Chorus l,2,
3,-ig Mixed Quartet 2,55
Paper smff-liilimr fllglll'
dent council 5,43 Triple
Trio 2,3 ,-l.
Class Play 33 Dramarics
2,35 Girls' Chorus 2,3,49
Mixed Chorus 4.
"A blush is often beautz
ful, lbut, not always con-
vement. ' '
Arin onthe merzs
worth tio on thefpfonef'
DOR IS BENNETT
Class Play 35 Dramatics
2,43 Girls' Chorus 25,45
Mixed Chorus 4g Paper
Band 2,3,4i Class Play
33 Drarnatics 2,39 Girls
Chorus 1,2,3,43 Mixed
Chorus 1,3,4g Paper
Staff 45 Prom Queen 39
Triple Trio 49 Clarinet
1 7 -1.
"She seems quiet, bu
,maybe we don't know ber. '
F LOYD CAR PENTE R
Annual Staff 45 "A" Club
Class Play 35 Football
1,2,3,4g Paper Staff 3,49
Student Council 4: Vol-
lcy Ball jfl.
"I'm at the bottom of
every riot.' '
"Variety's tbe spice Ol
Annual Staff 4' "A" Club
life, wby takejbe same 3,45 B d 1 2,3 4' B
an ,,,, oys'
girl out twice?
"Lead me no! into temp-
tation. I know where it
Chorus 1,2,3,45 Boys'
Quartet 45 Class Play 33
Class Officer 1,2,4g Dra-
matics 2,3,45 F.F.A. 1,
2,3,43 Mixed Chorus
I,2,3,4g Paper Staff 3,45
Track 2,3,45 Volley Ball
ROGER DE VOE
Class Play 35 Class Of-
figer 3,43 Dramatics 2g
Gxrls' Chorus 2,43 Paper
"A friend to eueryone.'
"I've never le! my stu-
"The ood die young.
why should I worry?'
"A" Club 2,3,45 Base-
ball 1,2,3,4g Basketball
l,2,3,4g Captain of Foot-
ball 45 Captain of Bas-
ketball 4s Football 1,2,
3,49 F.F.A. 3,43 Most
Valuable Player KFoot-
ballj 3,45 Volley Ball
Annual Staff 49 Class
Play 3,45 Cheerleader
l,2,3,43 Class Officer
1,2,3g Dramatics 23
Girls' Chorus 1,2,3,4g
Mixed Chorus 1,2,3,4g
Paper Staff 45 Triple
Trio 4g Ag.Secretary 3,4.
Basketball 23 Boys' Cho-
rus 2,3,4g Class Play 3,
49 Class Officer 13 F.F.
A. 1,2,3,4g Mina cho-
rus 2,3,4: Track' 2,3.4g
Officer of'-F.F.A7 4.
dies interfere with my
education. ' '
"Those Freshman girls
"Why hurry? I'ue got
lots of time."
LA VAUGHN HATFIELD
Band 1,2,3,4g Boys'
Chorus 1,2,3,4g Class
Play 39 Dramatics 1,25
Football 2g F.F.A. 1,2,
3,43 Mixed Chorus 1,2,
3,45 Projector Club 43
gfrack 2,3,49 Volley Ball
"A gentleman makes 110
ODE L L HENDRICKSON
"A" Club 4g Boys' Cho-
rus 1,2,3,45 F.F.A. l,2,
Mixed Chorus 1 ,2 ,
3,4g Student Managr 3,4g
MAXIN E JACOBSON
Annual Staff 45 Class
Play 3,49 Dramarics
l,2,3,43 Forensics 2,3,4g
Girls' Chorus 1,2,3,45
Mixed Chorus 3,4g Ma-
iorerre 43 Paper Staff 3,
43 Twirler 1,2,35 Triple
ics 25 Girls' Cho-
rus 2,4. -
"What would happen if I
didn't o borne every
"Hollywood bas Hope,
we've got Emogenef'
"Quiet - until you know
ber out of class."
Annual Staff 43 Band 1,
2,3,4g Class Play 3,45
Class Officer 49 Girls'
Chorus 1,2,3,43 Mixed
Chorus l,2,3,43 Paper
Staff 4 Saxo hone uar-
ter 3,45 P Q
"No man can blush like
ibut and be very danger-
"The best way to make
tbe gulls! out om day is
to t a ew urs out
of the nigh."
Annual Staff 45 Band 2,
3,41 Boys' Chorus 1,2,3,
45 Class Play 45 Class
Officer 35 Dramatics 45
F.F.A. 1,25 Mixed Cho-
rus 1,2,3,4g Student
Annual Staff - Editor 4:
"A" Club 2,3,4g Band
3,4g Baseball 1,2,3,4g
Boys' Chorus 2,3,45
Boys' Quartet 4g Brass
Sextet 3,43 Badger Boys'
State Rep. 33 Class Play
3,43 Class Officer 1,35
Football 1,2,45 Mixed
Chorus 2,3,4g Paper
Staff 2,35 Projector Club
49 Student Council 35
Volley Ball 2,3,4.
DAR LENE MATLEY
Annual Staff 4, Band 1,
2,3,4g Class Play 3,45
Class Officer 2,43 Dra-
matics 1,2,3,4: Foren-
sics 2 3,43 Girls' Chorus
1,2,3,4g Mixed Chorus
2,3,4g Paper staff 3,45
Student Council 45 Saxo-
phone Quartet 3,4g One
Act Play 4.
Baseball 43 Boys' Cho-
rus 1,2,4: F.F.A. 1,2,3,
4g Mixed Chorus 1,23
Track 25 Volley Ball 2,4.
"Girls are bothersome.
but I like to be bother-
"Girls? - Wbat are they?
I never beard of them."
"Vue got a 'Toni ."
"The kind of girl ii's
nice to know."
ALBERT OLSON, IR.
Boys' Chorus l,2,45 F.
F.A. 1,2,3,4g Mixed Cho-
rus 1,2,4g Track 2,3
Volley Ball 2,3.
Band 1,2,3,4g Class
Play 39 Girls' Chorus
1,2,3,4g Mixed Chorus
1,25 Paper Staff 45 Se'
cre tary .
Class Play 39 Class Of-
ficer 35 Dramarics 2 3 4
Girls' Chorus 2,3,4g ylsaz
per Staff 4g Student Coun-
"A" Club 1,2,3,45 Base-
ball l,2,3,43 Basketball
1,2,3,45 Captain of Bas-
ketball 4g Football 1,2,
3,4g Prom King 33 Vol-
ley Ball 2,3,4.
"Can you ever bave too
much of a good time?"
"If your fun interferes
with your work - quit
"Not as quiet as bis
"A" Club 25,43 Base-
ball 1,2,3: Basketball
1,2,3g Class Officer 35
Captain of Football 45
Football l,2,3,4: F.F.A.
3,43 Grade Coach 49
President of F.F.A. 43
Volley Ball 2,3.
Annual Staff 43 Band 1,
2,3,43 Boys' Chorus 2,
3,45 Boys' Quartet 45
Class Play 3,43 Drama-
tics 45 Football 13 Mix-
ed Chorus 2,3,4g Paper
Staff 2,45 Student Coun-
cil 4g Saxophone Quar-
tet 3,49 Time Keeper
"1t's a bird - liz? 4
plane - WS Jeff?-
"Let us be merry: life is
Basketball 1,25 Football
1,23 F.F.A. I,2,3,4g Stu-
dent Council 4g Track 3,4.
Class Play 3,43 Class
Officer 13 Dramatics 25
Girls' Chorus l,2,3,49
Mixed Chorus 1,2,4:Twir1-
er 1,2,3,4g Homecoming
Queen 4. .
"Spoken for, but not
"A bandsofne face. Our
Annual Staff 45 "A" Club
45 Baseball 45 Basket-
ball 43 Football 4g Vol-
Band 1,2,3,45 Class
Play 3,45 Girls' Chorus
2,35 Mixed Chorus 23
Paper Staff 45 Clarinet
fm 14 '-
"Sbe's bere, I beard ber
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On a certain, never to be forgotten September day in 1947, thirty-two members of our
ship's crew sailed into A.H.S., wide-eyed and a little bewildered, with the look of "How
did we get here?" on our faces. Hbwever, it wasn't long before this look disappeared, but
the calm seas were soon roughened in a new storm which was none other than Freshman initia-
tion. This brought new looks to the faces of our crew and what "1ooks" they were--for we
had enough war paint on for the French as well as the Indians, in the French and Indian Wars,
and our hair was done up in the latest style and set off with green ribbons.
We docked long enough in our first voyage to replenish our ship's treasury by winning
the first prize with our class float, "Freedom For All", at the Fall Festival. When we
set sail again we found we had picked up two more crew members, namely: Betty Blaine, and
Ray johnson, so our crew was then at its all-time high of thirty-four members.
We started our Sophomore year only to find "man overboard"--in fact, four of them
They were Audrey Roberts, Betty Blaine, Ray Johnson and Lawrence Purcell. First on the list
this year we were scheduled to show the other classes how real salesmen operate, and did so
by being the top class in total sales in the first magazine campaign held in A.H.S. The pro-
ceeds went toward new band uniforms which was our big goal to meet that year. Next came the
annual Fall Festival and with it our float, the theme being, "Flowers-Symbols of Peace".
We also sponsored an Amateur Night in an effort to raise more money for the band uniforms.
Around April 7th the main question asked among the girls of our crew was, "Should you serve
from the left, or take from the left?" Ybu see we had just been asked to serve at the jum-
ior-Senior Banquet. '
A number of school parties, bake sales, candy sales etc., were spread throughout the
year in order that we might have a little ready cash when needed.
After three months' shore leave we were ready to start our Junior voyage with one mem-
ber, Roger Isely, not returning. Maxine Jacobson also left in the first semester, but re-
turned in the second. Since then she has been rather "0ne of the Roving Kind", but she
seems to know a good place when she sees one for she's pretty well settled in A.H.S. now.
With a double cast we presented our junior class play, "A Letter From Mexico", on De-
cember 15th and 16th. Around March 23rd we noticed our rations were getting low so we docked
again to prepare a feast--the annual junior-Senior Banquet, with "Star1ight" our theme,
food our central thought, and the Seniors and faculty our guests. Another big event of the
year was the junior Prom with Charles Penniston and Colleen Bowman reigning as King and
queen. The theme was "Dreamer's Hg1iday", the date, April 28th, and the music was fur-
nished by Eddy Lawrence and his orchestra.
About three weeks after our last year had started we were back to thirtynmmbers in our
crew again. Larry Thurston, who transfered from Chicago, and advanced from sailing on such
small bodies of li 0 as the Great Lakes, came up here to finish his training on the Pecato-
In this our Senior year in A.H.S., we presented the "Inner Willy" as our class play
on February 14th and 15th, took over the school paper, "Best Years", and a hundred and one
other things. We managed to spend most of our spare time diligentlyQ?j working on class
work--some struggling to get 'A' grades, and others just struggling to get grades. The few
who have managed to make that 90 average or better are: jerry Saalsaa, Donna Lou Anderson,
Frances Etter, Robert Kohler, Emogene Johnson, and Darlene Matley.
The boys have done their share in the athletic department with eight of them being mem-
bers of the Letterman's club. They are: Russell, Carlie, Fritz, Larry, Robert, Floyd, Sher-
man, and Odell. Thirteen members of the class participated in band, a score of others in
choruses, and other vocal groups, dramatics and forensics.
Now as "big frogs" we are almost ready to give our pool to the little Junior "tad-
poles". It has been fun--no one can deny that--and I think the real feeling of everyone
is "I wish I were coming back next year!"
Frances Etter - I will my many happy nights at Turner Hall to Stumpy Erickson.
Ruth Tollackson - I will my numerous
is a secret to it.
love affairs to the Peterson girls. Yes, girls, there
Darlene Matley - I will my "rainbow colored" glasses to Dick Hawley- Take them Off when
you park Dick!!!
Emogene johnson - I will my ready wit to Shirley Nybroten. Use it, I dog it gets you lots
Donna Lou Anderson - I will my love of study to Patty Lunda. Give it a hard time, Pat.
Maxine Jacobson - I will my baton to the next Drum Majoretteg the whistle too.
Colleen Bowman - I will my queen's crown to the lucky queen of this year.
Johnson - I will my long hair to the other Toni twin.
Bahler - I will that "extra" guy of mine to the "Lonely Hearts Club" of A.H.S.
Bennett - I will my quietness to the noisy Freshmen. Try to abide by it.
Verna Ostby - I will my happy disposition to Ellen Kohler. It's good policy to use it.
Donna O'Rourke - I will my ability to get into "hot water" to Helen Flannery.
Marian Skattum - I will my pretty hair to Shirley Schwartz. There's really nothing to it.
Clarice Emberson - I will my etiquette book to all the "Ill mannered'
Roger DeVoe - I will my "two front
Russell Penniston - I will my curls
' people in A.H.S.
teeth" to Bugs Bunney. Pass the carrots.
to all the guys with crew-cuts.
Fritz Erickson - I will my athletic ability to all the Freshmen out for sports.
Sylvester Johnson - I will my blush to Janice Matley. This needs no explanation!!!
Jerry Saalsaa - I will my "Invisible" self to the timid guys who need a push once in
Robert Kohler 4 I will my ability to get along with people to Russell Steiner
Kenneth Severson -AI will my ability to get to school on time to all the prompt students.
Carlie Penniston - I will my letters from Fuzzy to the next publisher who comes along.
Larry Thurston - I will all my "slang" and cute sayings to Jimmy Dillon.
LaVaughn Hatfield - I will my Ford to any one who wants to go out to Mary Zimmerman's. Maybe
they will have better luck.
Sherman Dammen - I will my name to Ripley's column as the most mispronounced name in A.H.S.
Floyd Carpenter - I will my bundle of "Dynamite" to Melvin Flint.
Jerry Nybroten - I will my blond hair to all the boys. Girls prefer blondes you know.
The Senior Class as a whole wills everyone in Argyle High luck and success in the future.
Back r0W - Mr. Simpson, advisor: jerry Saalsaa, Larry
Thurston, Floyd Carpenter, Sylvester Johnson, Emogene
Johnson. Front row .. Sherman Damnen, Donna Lou Anderson,
co-editor, Robert Kohler, editor: Frances Etter, Darlene
Matley, Maxine Jacobson.
Back row - Roger Devoe, jerry Saalsaa, Russell Penniston
Clarice Emberson, Doris Bennett. Middle row ,. Floyd
Carpenter, Mrs. Mahlum, Typing Instructor, Emogene John-
son, Jimmy Dillon, Donna O'Ro'urke, Lucy Conway, Colleen
Bowman, Mrs. Zielsdorf, advisorg Verna Ostby. Front
row - Sherman Darrmen, Donna Lou Anderson, editor, Fran-
ces Etter, Shirley Shwartz, Darlene Matley, Maxine Ja-
cobson, Ruth Tollackson.
Top row .. Kenneth Kinane, Owen Farrell, Oscar Kipfer, Russell Berg, Peter Olson, Art Dun-
lavy. Fourth row ,. Clarice Steiner, Wilma Andrews, Arleigh Nybroten, Pat Lunda, Lloyd Lewis,
Virginia Flannery. Third row .. Yvonne Olson, Lucy Conway, Leo Splinter, Elton Olson, Donny
Lane, Robert Englebretson. Second row , Junice Isely, Joanne Penniston, Barbara Carpenter,
Dean Flannery, Keith Penniston, Mr. Arnot, class advisor. Bottom row - Ellen Kohler, Mar-
lene D'l-Iobbins, Rosemary Flannery, Marsha Vinger, Roger Saalsaa.
Top row - Melvin Flint, Ronald Larson, Dick Hawley, Virgil Hendrickson, David Everson, John
Schuetz. Third row , Jimmy Dillon, Walter Disch, Sandra Watkins, Lavern Severson, Gene
Frauchiger. Second row - Fred Wirtz, Helen Flannery, Ruth Garrison, Donald Meyer, Edmund
Erickson, Mrs. Zielsdorf, class advisor. Bottom row - Carol Eichre, Donna Everson, June
Kristofferson, Shirley Nybroten, Dale Peterson.
Tbp row , Rita Olson, Harold Disch, Roger Penniston, David Rossing, Roger johnson, Phillip
Johnson. Fourth row - Elton Fransen, jimmy Daly, Jimmy Flannery,Beverly Atter, Judy Ber-
get, Evonne Peterson, LaVonne Johnson. Third row - Robert Craig, Jimmy Bisegger, Jerome
Phister, Jinmy Hbule, Leona Peterson, Shirley Schwartz, Donna Bowman, Russ Steiner. Second
row , David Tollackson, Roger Nybroten, Barbara Kinane, Jessie Gierhart, Janice Matley,
Lois Gavigan, Rita Hermanson. Bottom row - jimmy Lewis, Donald Eichre, Marjorie Carpenter,
Barbara Thurston, Mary Zimmerman, Irene Johnson, Joanne Hyland. QNot present, Mr. Helgesonj
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Top row ,, Frances Ostby, Raymond Moen, Joanne McQinnity, Phillip Steiner, Joyce Sweeney,
Patsy Houle, Charles Anderson, Mr. Lufi, Instructor. Third row - Roger Hanson, Nancy John-
son, Betty Hendrickson, Ann Morgan, Joyce Hawley, Joan Ostby, Joanne Auested, Suzanne Saal-
saa, Dick Johnson. Second row .. 'Douglas Hanson, Curtis Anderson, Richard Hermanson, Jill
Hawley, David Hawley, Barbara Vinger, Carol Dovre, Bobby Sweeney, Richard O'Rourke, Wairren
Weinschenk. Bottom row ,. Virginia Goepfert, Robert Erickson, Margaret Foesch, Cynthia Gier-
hart, Sharon Bredeson, Roger Bright, Bruce Pederson, John Meyer, Leonard Penniston, Bruce
Top row - Patsy O'Rourke, Carol Anderson, Billy Quinn, Ruth Hermanson, Nancy Andrews. Third
row - Mrs. Pederson, Instructorg Douglas Watson, Kasper Berget, Ronald Thurston, Gary Soper,
Gary Penniston. Second row - Merlin Johnson, John Noble, Dean Saalsaa, Barbara Peterson,
Donald Marti. Bottom row - Patsy McQinnity, Alice Hurd, Gary Stauffacher, Patricia Elet.
Tbp row - Rolyn Hermanson, Michael Morgan, Robert Houle,
Russell Hanson, Mary Andrews, Diane Pederson. Third
row - Betty Quinn, Harlow Ostby, Marjorie Armstrong,
Jimmy McQinnity, Billy Goepfert, Art Stauffacher, Sue
Ann Blesch. Second row - Mrs. Rossing, Instructor:
Judy Flannery, Ruth Holverson, Donald Paul, Jerry Hen-
drickson, Russell Quinn, Howard Johnson, Michael Simp-
son. Bottom row - Marion Johnson, Gordon Hale, Ronald
Anderson, Van Steiner, Jerry Flannery, Karyn Goecks.
fNot present, Beverly Zentnerj
Tbp row - Mrs. Penniston, Instructor: Lorraine Vinger,
Sonja Hanson, Bobbie Rossing, Ralph Pederson, Stevie
Meyer, Russell Sweeney, Diane Meyer. Third row -Gloria
Anderson, Sammy Hanson, Wesley Moen, John Gierhart,
Joyce Anderson, Dick Zentner. Second row - Mary Foesch,x
Janice Anderson, Jimmy Noble, Denny Dillon, Jean Flan-
nery, Toby Goecks, Lee Downs. Bottom row - Tommy Mor-
gan, David Elet, Charles Moen, Martha Hawley, Leo John-
son, Sharon Soper, Lynn Kammerud. CNot present, Ronnie
Krebs and Donnie Stauffacherj
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Top row - Lavaughn Hatfield, Sylvester Johnson, Robert Kohler, Donna 0'Rourke, Roger Pen-
niston, Pat Lunda, Walter Disch, Phillip Johnson, Mr. von Klein, director: Carol Anderson,
Shirley Nybroten, Marlene D'Hobbins. Middle row - Sandra Watkins, Joanne McQinnity, Judy
Berget, Yvonne Olson, Jesse Gierhart, Joyce Hawley, Donna Lou Anderson, Suzanne Saalsaa,
Ann Morgan, Marsha Vinger, Curtis Anderson. Bottom row - Joanne Penniston, Ruth Tollackson,
Rosemary Flannery, Clarice Steiner, Colleen Bowman, Bruce Penniston, Sherman Dammen, Dale
Pederson, Darlene Matley, Wilma Andrews, Emogene Johnson, Jimmy Dillon, Jerry Saalsaa.
Back row - Carol Anderson, Joan Ostby, Lois Gavigan, Phillip
Steiner, june Kristofferson, Mr. Von Klein, director. Front
row - Patty McQinnity, Barbara Vinger, Joyce Sweeney, Jill
Hawley, Donna Everson, Sharon Bredeson. Cynthia Gierhart,
Joyce Hawley, Warren Weindmnk.
Back row - Nancy Johnson, Barbara Kinane, Donna Bowman, Charl-
es Anderson, Betty Hendrickson, Douglas Hanson, Mr. Von Klein,
director: Kasper Berget, Virginia Goepfert. Front row - Mary
Zimmerman, Elton Fransen, Lavonne Johnson, Joanne Hyland, Rita
Hermanson, EvonnePeterson, Janice Matley, Rita Olson, Bever-
ley Atter, Russell Steiner.
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Top row ,. Darlene Matley, Wilma Andrews, Beverley Atter, Rita Olson, Donna Lou Anderson,
Maxine Jacobson, Judy Berget, Clarice Steiner, Doris Bennett. Fourth row .. Shirley Nybro-
ten, Betty Johnson, Emogene johnson, Yvonne Olson, Clarice Emberson, Virginia Flanneryg
Evonne Peterson, Sandra Watkins, June Kristofferson, Helen Flannery. Third row - Lois Gavi-
gan, Lavonne Johnson, Frances Etter, Joanne Penniston, Rita Hermanson, Ruth Garrison, Rosie
Bahler, Donna Bowman, Leona Peterson, Lucy Conway. Second row ,, Rosemary Flannery, Junice
Isely, Marsha Vinger, Shirley Schwartz, Joanne Hyland, Jesse Gierhart, Barbara Kinane, Ja-
nice Matley, Marian Skattum, Barbara Carpenter. Bottom row .. Marjorie Carpenter, Irene
Johnson, Mary Zimmerman, Ellen Kohler, Marlene D'I-lobbins, Carol Eichre, Barbara Thurston,
Donna Everson, Colleen Bowman, Verna Ostby.
Top row ,. Sylvester johnson, Jerry Saalsaa, David Everson, Robert Kohler, Dick Hawley, Sher-
man Dammen, Virgil Hendrickson. Fourth row - Sanford Garrison, Jerry Nybroten, Owen Far-
rell, Odell Hendrickson, Arleigh Nybroten, Albert Olson. Third Row - David Tollackson, El-
ton Fransen, Peter Olson, Leo Splinter, Elton Olson, Robert Englebretson, Harold Disch. Se-
cond row - Donald Eichre, jinmy Bisegger, Roger Johnson, Lavaughn Hatfield, Phillip johnson,
Lloyd Lewis, Pat Lunda. Bottom row ,. Roger Saalsaa, Russell Steiner, Fred Wirtz, Roger Ny-
broten, Jimmy Lewis, Jerome Phister. '
Ybp row - Sanford Garrison, David-Everson, Virgil Hendrickson, Sherman Dammen, Robert Koh-
ler, Jerry Saalsaa, Odell Hendrickson, Albert Olson, Donna Lou Anderson. Fourth row -Doris
Bennett, Leo Splinter, Maxine Jacobson, Sylvester Johnson, Beverly Atter, Wilma Andrews
Lavaughn Hatfield, Judy Berget, Donna Bowman, Elton Olson. Third row , Clarice Steiner,
Jesse Gierhart, Harold Disch, Frances Etter, Sandra Watkins, Rita Hermanson, Joanne Pen-
niston, Darlene Matley, Emogene Johnson, Yvonne Olson, Mr. von Klein, director. Second
row - Jerome Phister, Carol Eichre, Mary Zimmerman, Robert Engebretson, David Tollackson,
Lloyd Lewis, June Kristofferson, Rosie Bahler, Ruth Garrison. Bottom row - Rosemary Flan-
nery, Shirley Nybroten, Marsha Vinger, Ellen Kohler, Marlene D'Hobbins, Donna Everson, Luis
Gavigan, Colleen Bowman, Marian Skattum.
Tbp row , Donna Lou Anderson, Maxine Jacobson. Middle row - June Kristofferson, Sandra Wat-
kins, Joanne Penniston. Bottom row - Lois Gavigan, Colleen Bowman, Frances Etter, Marlene
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Leo Splinter, Jerry Saalsaa,
Sherman Dammen, Robert Koh-
Tbp row , Donna Lou Ander-
son, Sandra Watkins. Front
row - Marlene D'Hobbins,
Marlene D'Hobbins, Sandra
Watkins, Joanne Penniston.
Carol Eichre. Marian Skattum, Maxine Jacobson, majorette
Barbara Carpenter, Lois Gavigan,
Top row ,. Coach Rhemstedt, Coach Simpson, Phillip Johnson, Fred Wirtz, John Schuetz,Bob
Craig, Jim Bisegger, Jim Houle, Lavern Severson. Third row - Dale Peterson, Lloyd Lewis,
Harold Disch, Jerome Phister, Arleigh Nybroten, Roger Penniston, Jim Flannery, Dave Everson,
Don Meyer. Second row - Eddie Erickson, Russ Berg, Pat Lunda, Keith Penniston, Walter
Disch, Melvin Flint, Virgil Hendrickson, Floyd Carpenter, Oscar Kipfer, Ronnie Larson. Front
row .. Odell Hendrickson, Manager, Sherman Danmen, Donnie Lane, Russ Penniston, captain: Car-
lie Penniston, Fritz Erickson, Larry Thurston, Bob Kohler, Gene Frauchiger,Dick Hawley
Roger Saalsaa, assistant manager.
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Tbp row - Odell Hendrickson, Bob Kohler, Dick Hawley, Russ
Berg. Oscar Kipfer. Third row - Larry Thurston, Carlie Pen-
niston, Fritz Erickson, Sherman Dammen, Ronnie Larson. Second
row - Harold Disch, Melvin Flint, Russ Penniston, Floyd Car-
penter, Pat Lunda, Leo Splinter. Bottom row - Donnie Lane,
Keith Penniston, Gene Frauchiger, Walter Disch, Eddie Erickson
Tbp row - Sherman Dammen, Bob Kohler, Fritz Erickson. Middle
row - Carlie Penniston, Larry Thurston. Bottom row -,Floyd
Carpenter, Odell Hendrickson, Russ Penniston.
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Top row, Frances Etter, Jo-
Anne Penniston, Jesse Gier-
hart. Bottom row - Sandra
Watkins, Dome Lou Anderson
Ibp row - Judy Berget, Darlene Matley, Maxine Jacobson, Ronnie Larson, Dick Hawley, Jerry
Saalsaa, Sylvester Johnson, Donna Anderson, Fourth row , Joanne Hyland, Jimmie Dillon,
Phillip Johnson, Jimmie Flannery, Roger Johnson, Doris Bennett, Beverley Atter. Third row -
Shirley Schwartz, Elton Fransen, Jimmie Houle, Wilma Andrews, Rita Hermanson, Lavonne John-
son, Donna Bowman, Jinmie Daly. Second row - Mary Zimmerman, Jerome Phister, Janice Matley,
Barbara Kinane, Lois Gavigan, Rosemary Flannery, Lucy Conway, Mrs. Zielsdorf. Bottom row -
Roger Saalsaa, Barbara Thurston, Verna Ostby, Jesse Gierhart, Irene Johnson, Marlene D'Hob-
bins, Donald Eichre.
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Back row - Ronnie Larson, Uick nawley, Rosemary rlannery, rniiqip Jonnson, Mrs Zielsdorf,
director: Sylvester Johnson. Front row - Jimmy Dillon, Maxine Jacobson, Judy Berget, Dar-
lene Matley, Jerome Phister.
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Back row , Darlene Matley, Donna Lou Anderson, Dick Hawley. Second row - Jerome Phister,
Judith Berget, Sandra Watkins, Maxine Jacobson. Third row - Joanne Hyland, Jimmy Dillon,
Marlene D'I-Iobbins, Dale Peterson. Front row - Jessie Gierhart, Janice Matley.
Back row - Walter Disch, Judith Berget, Kenneth Severson, Derma Lou Anderson, Jerry Saalsaa,
Harold Disch, Mr. Helgeson, Advisor. Front row - Marlene D'l-Iobbins, Jerome Phister, Floyd
Carpenter, Darlene Matley, Sandra Watkins.
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QUEEN MARION beiing crowned by
Captain Russ Penniston-
QUEEN MARION and her court.
Left to right: Marsha Vinger,
Russell Penniston, Marion
Skattum, Sandra Watkins.
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Top row - Owen Farrell, Larry Thurston, Junior Olson, Oscar Kipfer, Fritz Erickson, Russ
Berg, Odell Hendrickson, Sherman Dammen, Jerry Nybroten. Fourth row - Roger Penniston,
Kenny Kinane, Roger johnson, Elton Olson, Art Dunlavy, Sanford Garrison, KennySeverson,
Russ Penniston, Robert Craig. Third row - Jimmy Bisegger, Robert Englebretson, jinmy Flan-
nery, Arleigh Nybroten, Lavaughn Hatfield, Jinmy Daly, Lloyd Lewis, Elton Fransen, Mr. Sixp-
son, instructor. Second row - Roger Nybroten, jimmy Lewis, Dean Flannery, Donnie Lane,
David Tollackson, Russ Steiner, Roger Saalsaa, Donald Eichre. First row - Gene Frauchiger,
Melvin Flint, Fred Wirtz, Dave Everson, Virgil Hendrickson, John Schuetz, Don Meyer, La-
verne Severson, Dale Peterson.
Third and Fourth Grade Float
Seventh and Eighth Grade Float
First and Second Grade Float
Fifth and Sixth Grade Float
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12:14 Kenny tries to demolish a brick wall with his fists. Result, one broken hand.
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Art Dunlavy rips across Breeze Terrace in the Model A.
Carlie starts to think about going home. Training rules you know!!
Rosie Bahler hits the sack.
LaVaughn "feels" his way to the barn.
Sherman falls out of bed.
Ruth gets home: just in time for breakfast.
Rosie misses the bus again.
Donny Lane pleads for 'Five Minutes More"!!!
Wiota pulls in. Oh happy day!!!
Eleven people show up for Mixed Chorus. I
Gir1's cloak room is buzzing with details of last n1ght's date.
Kenny rolls in!!!
First hour t in warms up with political arguments.
Ho-Humm. Loggs like a long day.
Bluffed through that one!!
Arguments rage in Room 4. .
Larry and Fritz get a dishonorable discharge from Bookkeeping Class!!!
Blank stares from the Geometry Class are getting Mr. Rehmstedt down as he explains
the hypotenuse of an angle. '
Several girls can be found eating their lunches. I guess they don't know that "Whea-
ties at seven really help at eleven"!!!
Sweet voices of the Glee Club can be heard. Hey! We just found the lost chord!!!
Mr. Morgan raids the lower halls for "loiterers"!!!
"Stumpy" takes over management of "Bub's"Shel1 Service.
Emogene entertains. '
Carole and Sherman are gazing fondly at each other over a coke at Dovre's.
Carole and Sherman are still at it. Love mmst be grand!!!!!
Donna O'Rourke informs anyone who's interested that she's through with men!!
Everyone stocks up on candy and gum to help ass the afternoon.
Roger Saalsaa lays Romeo to a couple of Sophomore girls.
The Senior girls are singing Happy Birthday to someone who isn't there!!!
Mr. Arnot relates a hunting experience!!!
The Latin Class envies the Conservation Class. They're having another movie.
Three down, one to go!!!
Russell Steiner slips the nearest girl a "Note of Love"!!!
Roger DeVoe entertains the Guidance Class.
Everbody wishes there would be a fire drill.
Saved by the bell!!!
Everyone is making excuses to get out of going to a home room.
Donna relaxes with her feet on Mr. Morgan's desk.
Athletic marvels begin to "Swish the mesh".
Hoot leaves to feed the pheasants.
Maxine struggles with the Junior twirlers.
Two girls are headed for Dovre's. Their watches are fast!!!
The Pep Band begins to organize for the 3:50 Pep Meeting!!!
Frances begins a fifteen'page State Report for Mr. Simpson that has to
All paths ead to Dovrefg.
Barbara buys a coke and charges it to Kieth's account!!!
Sanford and Freddie way-lay the eighth
Buses are waiting for thestragglers-
"Red"'Mat1ey's hair is the brightest
Marian makes a trip to the post office
No letter today!!!
Somebody's teasing "Hickey" again!!! ,
Dovre's starts to fill up again.
Everyone is looking for an excuse to "celebrate"!!!
"Dark Town Poker Club" starts a heated game!!!
Mr. Simpson surprises our smoking athletes at Dovre's!!!
Fourteen people pile into Dutchies five passenger coupe. Destination unknown!!!!!
Mr. Rehmstedt starts a game of "Solitaire".
Bookworms are at it.
Business booms in Wiota!!!
"Mimi" gets another flash picture of Joanne and her "steady" in a "clinch"!
There's another run on Turner Hall!!!
Roger DeVoe gets his face slapped. We wonder why??!!!
Some of our Colleagues are still "intermissioning"!!!
Larry is trying to straighten out the Monroe road with little success. And this is
where we'll end our "average day".
be in by 4:00.
grade girls--or is it the other way around??!!
thing on Schwartz's bus.
for an mail from that soldier.
State Bank of Argyle
Your Home Town Bank
The Bank of Fnendly Servlce
Member of the F D l C
PURE ou. SERVICE ENJOY THE CHARM OF
Argyle Wis Argyle WTxs
CONGRATULATIONS CONGRATULATIONS AND
Class f OF 51
THE ARGYLE ATLAS
Sweeney Shoe and ARGYLE
HBYDCSS SIWP CLOVER FARM STORE
EUGENE ELMER PI'0p
Class of 51
For GAS OIL and POWER CLOVE-R FARM
CLASS OF 1951
Cardmal Bus Depot
THE PLACE T0 EAT
Sandwxches and Meals
Margaret Collentme Ice Cream Pop Candy
Postmaster ERNA and GEORGE
Cle k DOROTHY ERICKS-ON Afgvle W S
We Service What We Cell
FORD SALES AND SERVICE
JOHN DEERE IMPLEMENT SALES 6: SERVICE
GENERAL ELECTRIC APPLIANCES
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Argyle Heatlng Service
Standard Oil Bulk Plant
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FOR QUALITY CLOTHING M W
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CLASS of 51 of the A H. S
0 Rourke s Dairy Bar
J R ARNOT
Vmger Implement Co Comphments
HOME FREEZERS Loren L Thompson M D
REFRIGERATORS 1-mn IICIAN al slmomon
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ARGYLE DRUG STORE
COMPLETE PRESCRIPTION DEPARTMENT
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BERGET S JEWELRY
GIFTS THAT LAST
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ARGYLE RED FRONT
IUMBER and FEED
Jesse P Hanson
A gyle Wxs
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BLANCHARD THEATRE HANSON LGCKER
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The Watsons Argyle WIS
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Argyle Pl one 40 Robert Wenger Prop
BUB S SERVICE
STATION Lmm COM'
SHELL SERVICE U S TIRES
ARGYLE WIS Argyle Wxs
Iixrgyle Lumber Company
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THE COFFEE SHOP Johnson Motor Servlce
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SENTIOR S MASSEY HARRIS
Sales Sz Service
Mrs Chas Mey r Home
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Lamboley Coal :S Ice Co.
Samuel F. Humbel Harris F. Germarm
Kubly Pamt and Wallpaper
Mautz Paint Imperial Washable
Phone 7 10 Monroe
Badger Punt Store
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WE HAVE SERVED GREEN
COUNTY CUSTOMERS FOR
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THE STYLE SHOP COYHPIIIHCHYS
Drs Bennett and
Nelly Don Dresses Cunmngham
Lampl Sports Wear
Luxife Lingerie Phone 129 Monroe W s
Old Fashioned Ice Cream
THE LINK STORE
and Cheese Store
M moe WS Monroe Wxs
Congratulations l Compllments
RUF S CONFECTIONERY
Alxce a-nd Jnm y Fonbes Props
MONROE WIS Monroe W5
H. Edward Johnson Garage
WENDT STUBIO s'rANoA1m on. Pnonvrms
General Repairing Welding
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Argyle Wisconsin Phone 62
West Side Service Station Compliments WEINSCHENK S
PUROL GAS a d o1Ls -0
1-'RDGIDAIRE APPLIANCES JESSE ANDERSON
ZEINITH RADIOS 'rnxAco BULK sl-:Rvws
Plumbing 8: Heating
NORGE QUOTHERQM Texaco and H ohne Moto
Gas Fuel O1
C B Vingel- Joe Idonj Argyle Wmcondn Phone 7 Argyle
OUNGRATUI-ATIONS ROBERT H HAWLEY
SENIORS DEALER IN L1vEs'rocK Compliments
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