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

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TREASURED ECHOES Published By The Senior Class of 1955 of Argyle HighDedication We, the Senior class of 1955, are proud to dedicate our annual to our coach, as a token of appreciation for his assistance during our high school years. We admire him for his willingness to go above and beyond the line of duty for the benefit of his team or an individual; his helpful advice, and his continual smile. Therefore, out of gratitude, we dedicate the 1955 annual to Mr. Scherff. 2Acknowledgment We of the senior class take this opportunity to express our appreciation to our parents for the understanding and guidance they have given us and the sacrifices they may have made in order that we might attain our present goal. Our success in the future will be our means of saying "Thank You", and we hope it will in part repay them for all they have done for us. Senior Class Officers i First Row: Janice Johnson, Suzanne Saalsaa, Mr. Simpson, Advisor. Second Row: Janet Bisegger, Helen Legler. "Joey” Auestad 3 D.A.R. Winner Office SecretaryMr. Hendrickson, Mr. Berget, Mr. Pederson Faculty Meeting Miss Bodendein, Mr. Powers, Mrs. Ross, Mr. Amot, Mr. Morgan, Mr. Simpson, Miss Buckeridge, Mr. Scherff, Mr. Schoenick. 4MR. MORGAN, Principal English, Latin MRS. ROSS Library. Speech Faculty MR. SIMPSON Assistant Principal Agriculture MISS BODENDEIN Commercial MR. ARNOT Sciences MISS BUCKERIDGE Social Science MR. SCHOENICK Music MR. SCHERFF Coach. Mathematics MR. POWERS English, Social Science 5RACHEL ALM "Nature made me what it should; not too bad, not too good.” Band 1,2,3,4; Mixed Chorus 2,3, 4; Girls' Glee Club 1,2,3,4; Triple Trio 3; Class Play 4; Paper Staff 4; Annual Staff 4; Dramatics 3, 4; Prom Attendant 3; Madragal 4; Mixed Quartet 3; Pep Band 4. MAVIS ANDERSON "Happy and joyous, full of glee; nothing serious bothers me." Band 2,3,4; Girls'Glee Club 1,2, 3,4; Class Play 4; Paper Staff 4; Dramatics 1,2,3,4; Forensics 1. "JOEY" AUESTAD "A gentle girl, kind and sweet; she always thinks, while others speak." Mixed Chorus 2,3,4; Girls’ Glee Club 1,2,3,4; Class Officer 1,3; D.A.R. 4; Class Play 4; Paper Staff 4; Editor 4; Annual Staff 4; Dramatics 4; Forensics 1; Twirling 2,3,4; Office Secretary 4. CLINTON BENNETT "Other people’s business I let a-lone;I have trouble enough with just my own." Baseball 1,2,3,4; F.F.A. 1.2.3.4; Mixed Chorus 3,4; Boys' Chorus 1,3,4. JANET B1SEGGER "Your smile is sweet, your eyes are true; the world has need for girls like you.” Girls'Glee Club 1,2,3,4; Class Officer 1,4; Class Play 4; Paper fStaff4;Co-editor 4; Annual Staff 4; Dramatics 3,4; Forensics 1; Majorette 3,4; Twirling 2; Library 1. ROSE BLUM "Cheerful, active and ambitious; this maid has all our best wishes." Girls’ Glee Club 3,4; Dramatics 2,3.4. 6MAVIS BREDESON 'Don’t call me so early for breakfast, mom; it makes the day so long." Girls’ Glee Club 1,2,3,4; Class Play 4; Paper Staff 4; Dramatics 1,2,3,4; Library 1. ROGER BRIGHT "Two things interest Roger Bfight; music in the daytime; girls at night.” Football 1; Basketball 1; Track 2,3,4; F.F.A. 1,2,3.4; Band 1,2, 3,4; Mixed Chorus 1,2,3,4; Boys' Chorus 1,2,3,4; Class Officer 1; Prom King 3; Madragal 4. JOHN FLANNERY "Is there nothing in man’s mortal powers, to shorten those long study hours?" Football 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2, 3; Track 2,3,4; "A" Club 2,3,4; Homecoming Captain 4; F.F.A. 1,2,3,4; Ag. Officer 4; Boys' Chorus 1,2; Dramatics 3. ROGER FLANNERY "Sometimes I just sit and think; mostly I just sit." Basketball 1,2,3,4; Captain 4; Baseball 1,2,3.4; "A"Club 2,3,4; F.F.A. 1.2.3.4; Ag. Officer 3,4; Band 2,3,4; Mixed Chorus 3,4; Boys' Chorus 3,4; Class Officer 2,3; Paper Staff 4; Annual Staff 3,4; Editor 4; Dramatics 1. •ERNEST BUEHLER "Tis better to sleep in class than to waste a perfectly good night." Football 1,2,3; Basketball 1,2, 3;Baseball 1,2,3; F.F.A. 1.2.3.4; Boys' Chorus 1,2; Class Play 4. SALLY FLANNERY "I don't believe in love at first sight, but 1 believe in taking a second look.” Girls' Glee Club 1,2,3.4; Class Play 4; Paper Staff 4; Dramatics 1,2,3,4; Library 1. 7LeROY FRAUCHIGER "Big oats from little acorns grow; that's why I eat oatmeal, you know." Track 3; F.F.A. 1.2,3,4. ELAINE GARRISON "Her life is a series of adventure, with a different hero in each one." Band 1,2,3,4; Mixed Chorus 3,4; Girls' Glee Club 1,2,3,4; Class Play 4; Dramatics 1,2,3,4; Forensics 1. RUBY HANSEN "Men are like a box of snuff; one sniff and that's enough." Band 1,2,3,4; Mixed Chorus 2,3, 4; Girls’ Glee Club 1,2,3.4; Triple Trio 2,3; Paper Staff 2,3,4; Dramatics 1,2,3,4; Madragal 4; Pep Band 4. RICHARD HERMANSON "Work is work, fun is fun; I'll always take the second one." Football 3; Basketball 1,2,3; Track2,3,4; F.F.A. 1.2.3.4; Band 1,2; Mixed Chorus 1,2,3,4; Boys' Chorus 1,2,3,4. DICK JOHNSON "Dick has friends on every side; easily through life he glides." Baseball 1,2,3,4; F.F.A. 1; Dramatics 1; Annual Staff 4. JANICE JOHNSON "Full of vim and pep and fun; with a smile for everyone." Band 1,2,3,4; Mixed Chorus 2,3, 4; Girls' Glee Club 1,2,3,4; Triple Trio 2.3; Class Officer 4; Class Play 4; Paper Staff 3,4; Annual Staff 4; Dramatics 1,2,3,4; Class Reporter 3; Madragal 4. 8SYLVIA JOHNSON "Books and friends, don't bother me; everyone should be scot free.” Girls' Glee Club 1,2,3,4; Dramatics 1. HELEN LEGLER "What could be rarer under the sun; than Helen without her lessons done.” Band 1,2,3,4; Mixed Chorus 4; Girls' Glee Club 1,2,3,4; Class Officer 4; Class Play 4; Annual Staff 4; Dramatics 1,2,3,4; Forensics 1,2,3,4; Library 1; Clarinet Trio 3. JUDITH KAMMERUD "An echo is the only thing which can cheat her out of the last word." Band 1,2,3,4; Mixed 2,3,4; Girls' Glee Club 1,2,3,4; Class Play 4; Dramatics 1,2,3,4; Forensics 1,2, 3; Madragal 4. RUTH LARSON "True to her work,her word, and her friends; many an hour at study she spends." Band 3,4; Mixed Chorus 2,3,4; Girls’ Glee Club 1,2,3,4; Class Officer 3; Paper Staff 4; Forensics 1,4; Library 1,2; Pep Band 4. GARY LEWIS "Gary Lewis, athletic and dashing; some sweetheart is always smashing." Football 3,4; Track 2; "A" Club 3,4; F.F.A. 2,3,4; Ag. Officer 4; Band 1; Boys’Chorus 1,2,3; Class Officer 1; Annua] Staff 4. JoANNE McGINNITY She enters things with zeal and zest; and ranks in knowledge with the best." Band 1,2,3,4; Mixed Chorus2,3,4; Girls' Glee Club 1,2,3,4; Triple Trio 2,3; Glass Officer 2; Class Play 4; Paper Staff 3,4; Annual Staff 3,4;Cc-editor4; Dramatics 1,2,3,4; Forensics 1,2,3,4; Library 1; Brass Quintet 2,3,4; Pep Band (leader) 4. 9RAYMOND MOEN "Never trouble trouble, until trouble troubles you." Basketball 1,2; Track 1,2; F.F.A. 1,2,3,4; Class Play 4; Annual Staff 4. ANN MORGAN "She'd stop St. Peter's roll call to ask a question.” Band 1,2,3,4; Mixed Chorus 2,3 4; Girls' Glee Club 1,2,3,4; Triple Trio 2; Class Officer 3; Class Play 4; Paper Staff 2,4; Annual Staff 4; Dramatics 1,2,3,4; Forensics 1,2,3,4; Prom Queen 3; Library 1; Class Reporter 2; Pep Band 4. DONALD OLSON "He’s always feeling at his best when he can be a constant pest." Football 1; Basketball 1; Track 2,3,4; F.F.A. 1.2.3.4, Ag. Officer 4; Boys' Chorus 1; Annual Staff 4. JOAN OSTBY "Some may chat, some may not; but I chatforevei, or until I'm caught." Band 1,2,3,4; Girls'Glee Club 1, 2,3,4; Class Play 4; Annual Stafi 4; Dramatics 1,2,3,4; Library 1; Brass Quintet 2,3,4; Pep Band 4 "IZZY" PENNISTON "To get to school, I am the last; Oh why do mornings come so fast." Football 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2, 3,4; Baseball 1,4; Track 2,3; "A" Club 1,2,3,4; F.F.A. 1,2,3, 4; Band 1,2; Boys' Chorus 1; Annual Staff 4; Dramatics 1; Dbl. Boys’ Quartet 1. CAROL PUTNAM "Laugh and I’ll laugh with you; Study and you’ll study alone." Band 3.4; Mixed Chorus 2,3,4; Girls' Glee Club 1,2,3,4; Class Play 4; Paper Staff 4; Dramatics 1,2,3,4; Forensics 1.3.4. 10SUZANNE SAALSAA "No matter what, the discussion he I always find time to disagree." Band 1,2,3,4; Mixed Chorus 2,3, 4; Girls' Glee Club 1,2,3,4; Triple Trio 2,3; Class Officer 2,4; Class Play 4; Paper Staff 4; Annual Staff 4; Dramatics 1,2,3,4; Forensics 1,2,3,4; Madragal 4; Brass Quintet 1,2,3,4; Pep Band 4. . MARY LOU SKATTUM "As brimful of mischief, wit, and glee; as any human form can be." Mixed Chorus 2,3,4; Girls’ Glee Club 1,2,3,4; Cheerleader 1,2,3, 4; Class Play 4; Annual Staff 4; Dramatics 1,2,3,4; Forensics 1,2, 3; Prom Attendant 3; Homecoming Queen 4. RUTH SEVERSON "I think high school--is for fun 1 guess I'm not the only one." Girls’ Glee Club 1,2,3,4; Cheerleader 4; Class Play 4; Dramatics 2,3,4; Forensics 1; Library 1. "If uncalled for remarks were grains of sand, he would have a desert." Football 1,2,3; Basketball 1,2,3; Track 2,3; "A” Club 1,2,3,4; F.F.A. 1,2,3,4; Band 4; Boys’ Chorus 4; Class Officer 1; Paper Staff 1; Annual Staff 4; Dramatics 1; Prom Attendant 3; Class Reporter 1; Grade Coach 4; Referee 4. 11Izzy" Penniston Mavis B. Baby Daze V. ML U Clinton B. Donald 0. Ruth S. Janice J. Helen L. Mavis A. Carol P. Elaine G. 12LeRoy F. Sally F. Rachel A. and Ruth L. Joan O. Gary L. Suzanne S. Roger B. Judy K. Roger F. Ann M.Junior Class First Row: Larry Olson, Len Penniston, Cynthia Gierhart, Sharon Bredeson, Sandra Tollakson, Mary Lou Dam-men, Rosalie Davis. Second Row: John Nall, Warren Weinschenk, Bill Am, Joyce Hawley, Shelba Schwartz, Virginia Goepfert, Ruth Ann Peterson, Jean Winslow, Mr. Arnot, advisor. Third Row: Miss Bodenein, advisor; Lois Patterson, Phillip Kammerud, Peter Aim, Charles Hermanson, Robert Erickson, Byron Schmidt, Jerome Tollakson. Fourth Row: Barbara V'ingei, Sonja Reinmann, Jill Hawley, Dick Vinger, Doug Hanson, Boyd Hendrickson, Nancy Johnson, Karen Johnson. Fifth Row: Karl Gmur, Tom Pitts, Bill Quinn, Curtis Anderson, David Hawley, Bruce Pederson. Jerry Conway. Junior Class Officers Seated: Peter Aim, Bruce Pederson, Mr. Arnot, advisor. Standing: Nancy Johnson, Sandra Tollakson. 14Sophomore Class First Row: DeWayne Bredeson, Dale Eiche Merlin Johnson, Barbara Peterson, Patsy O'Rourke, Carol Burk-hard, Janice Severson, Anita Bisegger. Second Row: Mrs. Ross, advisor; Glenda Lewis, Jeanette Peterson, Joann Ommodt, Helen Nybroten, Teresa Flannery, Alfred Ommodt. Kasper Berget, Jackie Noble. Third Row: Eldon Isely, Martin Bredeson, Ardell Jackson, Gary Waage, Harlow Kipfer, Ruth Ann Hermanson, Gloria Blum, Shirley Am. Fourth Row: Barbara Etter, RoseiSchmidt, Lois Holland, Ronald Johnson, Donald Flannery, Duane Hanson, Ruth Emberson. Fifth Row: Erling Isely, Douglas Watson, David Stephens, Daryl Olson, Carol Anderson, Karen Atter, Larry Engebretson, Mr. Powers, advisor. Sophomore Class Officers First Row: Ronald Johnson, Carol Anderson, Gary Waage. Second Row: Carol Burkhard, Mrs. Ross, Advisor. ISFreshman Class First Row: Mary Everson, Judelle Berg, Marie Daly, Virginia Lien, Patsy Elet, Robert Johnson. Second Row: Robert Stephenhagen, Carl Gebhardt. Bruce Pfister, Ann Johnson. Ralph Hanson, Dean Saalsaa. Third Row: Miss BodenJein, advisor; Victor Tollakson, Donald Marti, Patty Hassenfeldt, Margaret Daly, Patty McGin-nity, Mr. Scherff, advisor. Fourth Row: Gary Penniston, Gary Soper, Ray Schied, Bob Rude, Ronald Thurston. Freshman Class Officers Seated: Marie Daly, Patty McGinnity, Miss Buckeridge, advisor. Standing: Patty Hassenfeldt, Bruce Pfister. 16Freshmen Initiation 1. Freshmen Class. 2. Ralph Hanson, Virginia Lien, Applying mud pack. 3. Mary Everson--Push-ups. 17FFA Chapter FIRST ROW: Robert Johnson, Dale Eicher, Dean Saalsaa, Bill Arn, Philip Kammerud, "Izzy" Penmston, John Nall, DeWayne Bredeson, Carl Gebhardt, Robert Steffenhagen. SECOND ROW: Alfred Ommodt, Bob Rude, Roger Bright, Duane Hansen, Dick Vinger, Erling Isely, Martin Bredeson, Vic Tollakson, Harlow Kipfer, Mr. Simpson. THIRD ROW: Donald Flannery, Jerry Conway, Charles Hermanson, John Flannery, Clinton Bennett, Ernie Buehler, Peter Aim, Boyd Hendrickson, Ronald Johnson. FOURTH ROW: LeRoy Frauchiger, Phil Steiner, Dave Stevens, Bill Quinn, Raymond Moen, Richard Hermanson. Donald Olson, Gary Lewis, Roger Flannery. Boys In Action! 18Junior-Senior Prom Theme -- CANDY CARNIVAL King -- Roger Bright Queen -- Ann Morgan Miniature King -- Billy Johnson Miniature Queen -- Sara Jo Thompson ATTENDANTS Rachel Aim -- Richard Hermanson Mary Lou Skattum -- Philip Steiner 1920Junior-Senior Banquet In An Old Dutch Garden Last minute preparations Cooks 21 The Spirited Windmill--Mr. ScherffHome Coming Queen — Mary Lou Skattum Captain -- John Flannery Attendants -- Marie Daly-Carol Burkhard 23Puddledock Float Third and Fourth Grade Float 2425Newspaper Staff FIRST ROW: Mavis Bredeson, Ann Morgan, "Joey" Auestad, Janet Bisegger, JoAnne McGinnity, Ruby Hansen. SECOND ROW: Mavis Anderson, Carol Putnam, Rachel Aim, Carol Burkhard, Miss Bodendein, Shelba Schwartz, Suzanne Saalsaa, Ruth Peterson, Patsy Elet. THIRD ROW: Cynthia Gierhart, Janice Johnson, Bruce Pederson, Mrs. Ross, Roger Flannery, Richard Johnson, Joyce Hawley, Ruth Larson. "JOEY" AUESTAD Editor JANET BISEGGER Co-Editor MISS BODENDEIN -- MRS. ROSS Advisors 26Annual Staff FIRST ROW: "Joey" Auestad, Janice Johnson, Mr. Simpson, Roger Flannery, JoAnne McGinnity, Ann Morgan, Helen Legler, Suzanne Saalsaa. SECOND ROW: Janet Bisegger, Mary Lou Skattum, Joan Ostby, Rachel Aim, Lois Patterson, Gary Lewis, "Izzy” Penniston. THIRD ROW: Dick Johnson, Curtis Anderson, Philip Steiner, Raymond Moen, Donald Olson. ROGER FLANNERY Editor JOANNE McGINNITY Assistant Editor MR. SIMPSON Advisor PHIL STHNER Business Manager DONALD OLSON Assistant Business Manager JANET BISEGGER--LEROY FRAUCHIGER Annual Sales 27Class History Early in September of the year 1951, we the class of "55", numbering forty-seven strong, stepped inside the door of Argyle High. We were one of the largest classes ever under supervision of our commander in chief, Principal P. J. Morgan. Our first assignment was to break the morale of an enemy six-man line. We maneuvered a float "We Smell Dee-Feet". This began our freshman year of higher learning. The Sophomores initiated us into the ranks by the humiliation of making us wear pajamas and other outlandish clothing and the further indignities of grease paint, fingernail polish, and pin curls. Mr. Philip Helegesen took us to Monroe where we were eye witnesses' to a court session. He also directed our campaign of a school-wide mock election in conjunction with a national election. The first assignment of our Sophomore year was to construct afloat depicting the downfall of the homecoming enemy, New Glarus. We termed it "Swiss Stew for '52", and received the highest citation of merit on it. Then it was our chance to initiate the green freshies of the incoming class into the spirit of Argyle High. The girls were asked to serve as waitresses at the Jr.-Sr. banquet. They managed everything without a mishap. In this second year we were the chief magazine salesmen and leaders of the March of Dimes drive. We sponsored a bake sale where we raffled off a duck for $17.60. Our class was depleted by the passing out of Roger Hansen, JoAnne Isely, John Meyer, Richard O'Rourke, Gloria Severson, Frances Ostby, Robert Sweeney, Joyce Sweeney, Carol Dover, Irene Trickel, and Fritz Treuthardt. We gained Gary Lewis and Rose Blum who transferred from other schools. This brought us a grand total of thirty-eight members. We entered our Junior year of A. H. S. with thirty-two members. Beverly Belzer joined us but left before the year was completed. Others who left our ranks were Peggy Foesch, Betty Hendrickson, Shirley Wells, and Dorothy Collins . This was the year we received our class rings, officially making us upper classmen. We launched another homecoming float entitled "Clean Up Brooklyn". Our next project was the Jr.-Sr. banquet, honoring the soon departing Seniors. Our theme was "In an Old Dutch Garden". After we regained our bearings from the banquet we started planning for the high-light of the Junior year--our Junior Prom. The theme was "Candy Carnival" which we carried out by red and white streamers, candy canes, and hundreds of vari-colored balloons. King Roger Bright and Queen Ann Morgan reigned over the affair accompanied by Dan Garson's orchestra. We completed our third year with the decoration of the Senior Baccalaureate and Graduation. Now we are concluding our fourth year as sophisticated seniors with a crew of thirty-four. At homecoming we presented another float entitled "We're Four Beating O. H. S.". Our Queen Mary Lou Skattum was crowned at the half-time ceremonies of the football game by Captain John Flannery. We were kept busy editing the school paper, "Best Years", and the 1955 issue of "Treasured Echoes". Our Senior year was filled with a great variety of activities and programs. We anticipate the moment when we receive our diplomas and graduate from this, our beloved Argyle High. These four years have been filled with much happiness. The memories of our high school days and the friendships we have made will never be forgotten.Commercial FIRST ROW: Patsy Elet, Carol Burkhard,Janice Severson, Helen Nybroten, Sandra Tollakson, Teresa Flannery, Patsy O'Rourke, Sharon Bredeson, Carol Putnam, Gloria Blum, Rosalie Davis, Mary Lou Dammen. SECOND ROW: Shelba Schwartz, Glenda Lewis, Rose Schmid, Jeanette Peterson, Shirley Arn, Joanne Ommodt, Elaine Garrison, Ruth Severson, Mary Lou Skattum, Joan Ostby, Janet Bisegger, Larry Olson, Mary Everson. THIRD ROW: Mavis Anderson, Ruth Peterson. Ruth Larson, Barbara Vinger, Virginia Goepfert, Cynthia Gierhart, Ruth Emberson, Barbara Etter, Sonja Reinmann, Sylvia Johnson, Mavis Bredeson. Miss Bodendein. FOURTH ROW: Sally Flannery, Karen Johnson, Ruby Hansen, Ann Morgan, Nancy Johnson, Jill Hawley, Eldon Isely, Ruth Ann Hermanson, William Arn, Judy Kammerud, Janice Johnson, Barbara Peterson. FIFTH ROW; "Joey" Auestad, JoAnne McGinnity, Gary Penniston, David Hawley, Daryl Olson, Raymond Moen, Bill Ouinn, Doug Hanson, Lois Holland, Lois Patterson, Judelle Berg. 29Football Team Season History The Crioles had a mediocre 3 to 5 record but this does not tell the full story. At times throughout the season the Crioles looked like champions but did not maintain the pace. Since 16 of the 36 recruits returning were lettermen a better season was expected. In their first game they defeated South Wayne, a non-conference foe 24 to 0. However, the next week they were defeated by Brooklyn 19 to 6. Thirsty for victory they bounced back to defeat Orfordville 32 to 12. The following week they were defeated by Brodhead 20 to 7 but again they bounced back, this time to defeat Juda 31 to 19. They dropped their final 3 games to Belleville, Blanchardville, and New Glarus. Argyle scored a total of 124 points for the season but allowed opponents 141 points. Three members of the team are graduating, they are John Flannery, Gary Lewis, and "Izzy" Penniston. We wish the boys next year a successful season. FIRST ROW: Gary Lewis, Bruce Pederson, Dave Hawley, John Flannery, Curtis Anderson, Bob Erickson, "Izzy" Penniston, Warren Weinschenk. SECOND ROW: Robert Rude, John Nall, Jerry Conway, Doug Hanson, Peter Aim, Charles Hermanson, Bill Quinn, Ronald Thurston. THIRD ROW: Byron Schmid, Ardell Jackson, Dick Vinger.Don Marti, Jerome Toliakson, Dave Stevens, Harlow Kipfer, Donald Flannery, Ronald Johnson, Martin Bredeson. FOURTH ROW: Bruce Pfister, Lenny Penniston, Gary Soper, Merlin Johnson, Erling Isely, De Wayne Bredeson, Dean Saalsaa, Gary Waage, Vic Toliakson, Eldon Isely, Mr. Scherff.First Team FRONT ROW: Bob Erickson, Curt Anderson,John Flannery, Dave Hawley, Bruce Pederson. BACK ROW: Warren Weinshenk, "Izzy" Penniston, Gary Lewis. Half time instructions 31Gary beginning an end sweep. Charlie digging in for yardage. 32"Basketball” Center front: Coach Scherff, John Nall, Mgr. Left to right: David Hawley, Curtis Anderson, Bruce Pederson, Roger Flannery, Charlie Hermanson, Peter Aim, Robert Erickson, Jerry Tollakson, "Izzy" Penniston, Warren Weinschenk. Get that tip! 33B Team First Row: Vic Tollakson, Dean Saalsaa. Ardel Jackson. Second Row: Gary Waage, Martin Bredeson, Gary Soper, Coach Scherff. Third Row: Ronald Thurston, Daryl Olson, Bill Quinn, David Stephens, Doug Watson. Season History The Orioles had six returning lettermen as they started their second season under Coach Scherff. However, they d r o p p e d the first game of the season to Blanchardville 64 to 56 after nearly overcoming a 20 point first quarter deficit. The next game, our first home game, found Argyle winning 72 to 59 with Brooklyn as the foe. Argyle traded victory and defeat throughout the first part of the season beating Brooklyn, Juda, and Brodhead. Losing tc Blanchardville, Monticello, Belleville and New Glarus. After the turn oftheyeai tne Orioles went on a victory streak, winning seven games from Albany, Blanchardville, Or-fordville, Juda and Brooklyn. Other victories in this streak were nonleague victories from South Wayne and the city team. Everyone was very happy about all the victories, especially the Blanchardville game, as it was the first time Argyle had defeated them since the present seniors entered high school. Another upset was staged by Argyle later in the season as they toppled New Glarus, then riding on a 14-game winning streak 59-55. As we leave school we hope the boys next year will have a new gym and we also wish them a highly successful season. 34 Roger Flannery CaptainTipped up, but will it go in? Bob with a jump shot! Going in for a layup!36Lettermen FIRST ROW: Warren Weinschenk, Ronny Thurston, Jerome Tollakson, "Izzy” Penniston. SECOND ROW: Charlie Hermanson, Doug Hanson, Jerry Conway, Dick Vinger, John Nall. THIRD ROW: John Flannery, Bob Erickson, Gary Lewis, Pete Aim, Roger Flannery. FOURTH ROW: Phil Steiner, Dave Hawley, Bill Quinn, Curtis Anderson, Bruce Pederson. Senior Lettermen FIRST ROW: "Izzy" Penniston, Roger Flannery. BACK ROW: Phil Steiner, Gary Lewis, John Flannery. 37Twirlers Carol Burkhard, "Joey" Auestad, Janet Bisegger, Ruth Emberson, Gloria Blum. "A” Cheerleaders "B” Cheerleaders Mary Lou Skattum, Sandra Tollakson, Patsy O'Rourke, Teresa Flannery. Shirley Arn, Ruth Severson.Senior Band FIRST ROW: Barbara Elmer, Lois Patterson, Anita Bisegger, Ann Morgan. SECOND ROW: Barbara Vinger, Patty McGinnity, Helen Legler, Judy Kammerud, Judy Flannery, Rose Schmid, Dennis Dillon. THIRD ROW: Bill Am, Jeanette Peterson, Mary Lou Dammen, Mike Simpson, Cynthia Gierhart, Sharon Bredcson, Suzanne Saalsaa, Ruth Ann Peterson, Barbara Etter, Karen Atter, Janice Johnson, Jill Hawley. FOURTH ROW: JoAnnc McGinnity, Joyce Hawley, Nancy Johnson, Ruby Hansen, Elaine Gatrison, Carol Putnam, Nathalie Steiner, Ruth Ann Hermanson, Sonja Reinmann, Joan Ostby, Roger Bright, Karl Gmur, Duane Hansen, Virginia Goepfert, Kaspar Bcrget, Byron Schmid , Carol Anderson. FIFTH ROW; Barbara Peterson, Dianne Pederson, Rachel Aim, Phil Steiner, Roger Flan-aery, Ruth Larson, Mavis Anderson, Mr. Schoenlck. Pep Band CENTER: Ruth Larson. INSIDE ROW: Ann Morgan, Joan Ostby, Rachel Aim, Barbara Vinger, Patty McGinnity. OUTSIDE ROW: Carol Anderson. Ruby Hansen, Nancy Johnson. Sharon Bredeson, Karl Gmur, Suzanne Saalsaa, Jo Anne McGinnity, Joyce Hawley, Byron Schmid. FIRST ROW: Elaine Garrison, Nathalie Steiner, Joan Ostby, Sonja Reinmann, Mike Simpson, Virginia Goep-fert. SECOND ROW: Ruth Ann Hermanson, Carol Putnam, Duane Hansen, Cynthia Glerhart, Kaspar Berget. THIRD ROW: Joyce Hawley, Ruby Hansen, Sharon Bredeson, Byron Schmid. FOURTH ROW: Roger Bright, JoAnne McGlnnity, Nancy Johnson, Suzanne Saalsaa, Carol Anderson, Karl Gmur. Woodwind Section FIRST ROW: Barbara Elmer, Anita Blsegger, JU1 Hawley, Dennis Dillon. SECOND ROW: Ann Morgan, Janice Johnson, Mary Lou Dammen, Judy Flannery. THIRD ROW: Lois Patterson, Karen Atter, Jeannette Peterson, BlllArn, Patty McGinnlty. FOURTH ROW: Ruth Ann Peterson, Barbara Etter, Rose Schmid, Helen Legler, Judy Kammerud, Barbara Vinger. 40Percussion FIRST ROW: Mavis Anderson, Ruth Larson, Barbara Peterson. SECOND ROW: Diane Pederson, Rachel Aim. THIRD ROW: Roger Flannery, Phil Steiner. Junior Band FIRSTROW: Je ante Flannery, Gloria Anderson, Margaret Daly, JoAnne Ommodt. Tommy Morgan, Van Steiner. SECOND ROW: Martha Hawley, Lcrratne Vtnger, Mary Everson, Daryle Olson, Sharon Soper, Ann Jotonaon, Patsy Elet. THIRD ROW: Jtmmy Noble, Jerry Davis, Mike Morgan, Mr. Schoenlck, Marie Daly, 'Robbie'1 Rosslng. Ralphle Pederson. 41Mixed Chorus FIRST ROW: Mary Lou Skattum, Carol Burkhard, Patty McGinnity,' Suzanne Saalsaa, Ruth Ann Peterson, Rachel Aim, Joyce Hawley, Helen Legler, Virginia Goepfert, Carol Putnam, Sharon Bredeson, Elaine Garrison, Barbara Peterson, Patsy Elet. SECOND ROW: "Joey" Auestad, Janice Johnson, Ruth Larson, Nancy Johnson, Carol Anderson, JoAnne McGinnity, Ann Morgan, Barbara Vinger, Jill Hawley, Sonja Reinmann, Judy Kammerud, Ruby Hanson. THIRD ROW: Duane Bredeson, Bruce Pfister, Larry Englebretson, Karl Gmur, Charlie Hermanson, Mr. Schoenick, Phil Kammerud, Gary Penniston, Bill Am, Vic Tollakson, Kaspar Berget. FOURTH ROW: Roger Bright, Tom Pitts, Richard Hermanson, Dave Hawley, Curtis Anderson, Daryle Olson, Bruce Pederson, Roger Flannery, Clinton Bennett, Byron Schmid. Madrigal FIRST ROW: Suzanne Saalsaa, Rachel Aim, Philip Kammerud, Ruth Ann Peterson, KasparBerget. SECOND ROW: Judith Kammerud, Virginia Goepfert, Barbara Vinger, Jill Hawley, Ruby Hansen, Janice Johnson. THIRD ROW: Roger Bright, Curtis Anderson, Daryl Olson, Bruce Pederson, Charlie Hermanson. 42Boys’ Chorus FIRST ROW: Dale Eicher, Larry Olson, Kaspar Berget, Ralph Hanson, Erling Isely, Martin Bredeson Bruce Pfister, Vic Tolakson, Duane Bredeson. SECOND ROW: William Arn, Phil Kammerud, Clinton Bennett, Gary Penniston, Ardell Jackson, Roger Bright, Doug Watson, Lenny Penniston, Mr. Schoenick. THIRD ROW: Byron Schmid, Larry Engebretson, Bob Rude Richard Hermanson, Don Flannery, Roger Flannery. Bob Erickson. Gary Soper. FOURTH ROW: Charlie Hermanson, Bruce Pederson, Karl Gmur, Dave Hawley, Daryle Olson, Curtis Anderson, Phil Steiner, Tom Pitts. Girls’ Chorus FIRST ROW: Joanne Ommodt, Anita Bisegger, Marie Daly, Patsy Elet, Carol Burkhard, Mary Everson, Janice Severson, Elaine Garrison, Jean Winslow, Rose Blum, Mary Lou Dammen, Sandra Tollakson. SECOND ROW: Barbara Peterson, Rosalie Davis, Gloria Blum, Sharon Bredeson, Ann Johnson, Carol Putnam, Mary Lou Skattum. Helen Nybroten, Virginia Lien, JoanOstby, Shirley Arn, Patsy O'Rourke, Teresa Flannery. THIRD ROW; Mr. Schoenick, judelle Berg,’ Jeanette Peterson, Rose Schmid, Sally Flannery, Mavis Bredeson, Ruth Larson, Patty McGinnuy, Margaret Dalv, Glenda Lewis, Suzanne Saalsaa, Janet Biseggei, Sylvia Johnson, Helen Legler. FOURTH ROW: Ruth Ann Peterson' Patty Hassenfalt, Rachel Aim, Ruby Hansen, Janice Johnson, Mavis Anderson, Judy Kammerud, "Joey” Auestad, Ruth Emberson, Barbara Etter, Lois Holland, Ruth Severson, Sehlba Schwartz. FIFTH ROW: Virginia Goepfert] Karen Johnson, Ann Morgan, Ruth Ann Hermanson, Jill Hawley, Joyce Hawley, Carol Anderson, JoAnne McGinnity, Karen Atter, Nancy Johnson, Lois Patterson, Cvnthia Gierhart, Barbara Vinger, Sonja Reinmann. 43Senior Letter Winners FIRST ROW: Mary Lou Skattum, Elaine Garrison, Suzanne Saalsaa, Joan Ostby, Carol Putnam, Rachel Aim. SECOND ROW: Ruth Larson, "Joey" Auestad, Helen Legler, Janet Bisegger, Judy Kammerud. THIRD ROW: Mavis Anderson, Janice Johnson, JoAnne McGlnnity, Ruby Hanson, Ann Morgan. FOURTH ROW: "Izzy" Penniston, Roger Flannery, Richard Hermanson, Phil Steiner, John Flannery, Roger Bright. Ruth Larson, Accompianist 44Junior-Senior Dramatics FIRST ROW: Mary Lou Skattum, Carol Putnam, Sandra Tollakson, Mary Lou Dammen, VirginiaGoepfert, Shelba Schwartz, Rosalie Davis, Jean Winslow, Rose Blum. SECOND ROW: Joan Ostby, Suzanne Saalsaa, Helen Legler, Mavis Bredeson, Cynthia Gierhart, Elaine Garrison, Rachel Aim, Mavis Anderson, Janice Johnson. THIRD ROW: Sally Flannery, Judy Kammerud, Joyce Hawley, Lois Patterson, Ann Morgan, Jill Hawley, Nancy Johnson, Ruby Hansen, Ruth Severson. FOURTH ROW: Roger Bright, John Flannery, Clinton Bennett, Phil Steiner, JoAnne McGinnity, Karl Gmur, Bruce Pederson, Byron Schmid. Freshmen-Sophomore Dramatics FIRST ROW: Marie Daly, Carol Burkhard, Barbara Peterson, Anita Bisegger. SECOND ROW: Shirley Arn, Ann Johnson, Margaret Daly, Helen Nybroten, Gloria Blum. THIRD ROW: Alfred Ommodt, Kaspar Berget, Patty Hassenfelt, Ruth Emberson, Patty McGinnity. FOURTH ROW: Larry Englebretson, Carol Anderson, Daryle Olson, Karen Atter, Barbara Etter. 45Forensics FIRST ROW: Carol Burkhard, Gloria Blum, Carol Putnam, Patty McGinnity, Barbara Peterson, Ann Johnson, SECOND ROW: Suzanne Saalsaa, Judy Kammerud, Victor Tollakson, Kasper Berget, Joyce Hawley, Helen Legler. THIRD ROW: Ann Morgan, KarenAtter, Jo Anne McGinnity, Bruce Pederson, Byron Schmid. Librarians FIRST ROW: Judelle Berg, Patsy Elet, Virginia Lien, Shirley Arn, Marie Daly, Rosalie Davis, Mary Everson. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Ross, Shelba Schwartz, Patty McGinnity, Teresa Flannery, Patsy O'Rourke, Ann Johnson, THIRD ROW: Margaret Daly, Patty Hassenfelt, Karen Johnson, Karen Atter, Barbara Etter, Ruth Ann Herman-son. 46Grade Faculty Left to Right; Mrs. Penniston, Mrs. Skaife, Mrs. Pederson Mr Muchow. Janitor 47Seventh And Eighth Grades FIRST ROW: Jerry Davis, Jackie Dammen, Nathalie Steiner, Ronnie Anderson, Van Steiner, Jerry Flannery, Howard Johnson. SECOND ROW: Mr. Muchow, Marian Johnson, Mike Simpson, Billy Goepfert, Ruth Halverson, Judy Flannery, Robert Davis. THIRD ROW: Sue Ann Blesh, Art Staffaucher, Rena Thurston, Jerry Hendrickson,Jimmy McGlnnlty, Roger Adler. FOURTH ROW: Rolyn Hermanson, Diane Pederson, Betty Quinn, Russell Hanson, Russell Quinn, Mike Morgan, Barbara Elmer. Fifth And Sixth Grades FIRST ROW: Lynn Kammerud, James Finley, Thomas Morgan, Larry Adler, Donna Anderson, Leo Johnson. SECOND ROW: Joyce Anderson. Daryl Waage, Jean Flannery, Dolores Larson, Kathleen Steiner, Martha Hawley. Dennis Dillon. THIRD ROW: James Noble, Gloria Anderson, Lorraine Vlnger, Ralph Pederson, Virginia Finley, Kathleen Elmer, Samuel Hanson. FOURTH ROW: Russell Sweeney, Sonja Hanson, Diane Meyer, Sharon Soper, Stephen Meyer, Rosalind Rosslng, Gayle Schtld. 483 § 4 Grades First Row: Judy Skattum, Patty Schellenger. Ronnie Waage, Charles O'Rourke, Bradley Ostby, Duane Bright Second Rqwi Linda Kr stofferson, Albee Paulson, David Elet, Dicky Moen, Rueben Swenson, Burnell Moen. Third Row: Mrs. Skaire, Donnie Rosaing, Dorian Hermanson, Jerrie Tresemer, Charles Moen Donnie Stauf-facher, Mary Steiner. Fourth Row; Kenny Elmer, Jimmy Meyer, John Gierhart. Mary Kay McGinnity Weslev Moen, Larry Hendrickson. 7 % 2 Grades First Row: Nicki Thompson, David An an, Patty Moen, Susan Flannery, Sandra Paulson, Jimmy Smith, Jean Planukow, Stevie Elmer, Billy Stautfacher. Second Row; Ronny Sweeney, Stevie Campbell, Donald Moen, LindaCoffey, Janet Williams, Albert George Hawley, Karen Anderson, Dean Horr. Third Row. Barbara Widmer, Robert Moen, Marlynn Pederson, Denny Simpson, Beth Bloom, Terry Hanson, Sandra Swenson, Sharon Swenson. Fourth Row; Kitty Meyer. Donnie Hendrickson. Stevie Morgan, Leo Marti, Donna Rablne Susan Me-Ginniry. Sherman Olson, Greg Tresemer, Bobby Amot. Not In Picture: Diana Severson. Cheryl Smith Rose- mini Rprrrpr 7 49Grade Football FIRST ROW: Van Steiner, Robert Davis. Jackie Dammen, Jerry Flannery, Jerry Davis. SECOND ROW: Coach Muchow, Billy Goepfert, Mike Simpson, Art Staffaucher, Roger Adler, Ronnie Anderson. THIRD ROW: Mike Morgan, Rolyn Hermanson, Russell Hanson, Russell Quinn, Jimmy McGinnity, Jerry Hendrickson. Grade Basketball FIRST ROW: Mike Morgan, Russell Hanson, Jimmy McGinnity, Rolyn Hermanson. SECOND ROW: Jerry Flannery. Jackie Dammen, Roger Adler, Van Steiner, Coach Muchow. 50Grade Chorus i innV W: “J1".15 Dl,11un’ TolZiniy Morgan Kathy Steiner, Dolores Larson, Marian Johnson, Joyce Anderson, mrd-ie0j°hl?S°un- SECOND ROW: Lorraine Vinger, Nathalie Steiner, Van Steiner. Billy Goepfert, Hawley-JHoward Johnson, Mike Simpson, Jackie Dammen. THIRD ROW: Mr. Schoenick, Director, Kathleen Elmer, Sue Ann Blesch, "Bobbie" Rossing, Jerry Hendrickson, Steve Meyer, Diane Meyer, Judy Flan- PpZ'rcnn iui3 !16 ' F9URJH R°W: Barbara Elmer, Rena Thurston, Rolyn Hermanson, Betty Quinn, Diane Pederson, Mike Morgan, Jimmy McGinnity, Sharon Soper, Gloria Anderson. Fire Prevention Week Junior Firemen! 515254State Bank of Argyle Argyle Wisconsin Your home town bonk The bank of friendly service Member of the F.D.I.C. Robert H. 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