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

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TREA8URED ECHOES VOLUME ELEVEN PUBLISHED BY THE SENIOR CLASS ARGYLE HIGH SCHOOL ARGYLE, WISCONSIN 1959DEDICATION We, the Senior Class, dedicate this annual to a man we respect and admire, Mark D. Haser. We know him as a man who is extremely capable in his field as vocational agriculture instructor. Those of us who have been privileged to study under him know that he continuously places che best interest of the student, the school and the community above all else. 2ADMINISTRATION Principal PETER J. MORGAN BOARD OF EDUCATION. FIRST ROW: Dr. Paul Thompson, Ambrose Saalsaa. SECOND ROW: Kaspar Berget, Arnold Steiner, Elwood Gunderson. 3ROBERT J. ARNOT Mr. Arnot has been teaching general science, biology, chemistry and physics in Argyle High for 11 years. He is more in the public eye when he is selling tickets for basketball and football games. "Let's try one of these little gems." DONALD SCHOENICK At every basketball game Mr. Schoenickcan be seen keeping score. Now in his eighth year he does his usual fine job of directing instrumental and vocal music in our school. "Five more minutes." DONALD OLSON Mr. Olson is in his first year at Argyle High and is teaching the commercial courses. He also serves as the instructor of the drummers from our band. "That reminds me ..." JAMES RAMSEIER A guiding force in organizing the Argyle Youth Club has been Mr. Ramseier. He is now in his third year at Argyle and football coach and math teacher. "Now that's my theory of math."ALICE D. ANDERSON When seeking advice the students are glad to turn to Mrs. Anderson, our guidance counselor. She is also our very capable home economics instructor. "That would be appropriate." WILLIAM WEILAND Coaching basketball and baseball are the two most interesting tasks for Mr. Weiland. This is also his second year of teaching our phy. ed. classes. "All right, twenty-five laps!" ELISE E. ROSS For many years the teaching of English and speech in Argyle High has been in the very capable hands of Mrs. Ross. The forensics and dramatic groups owe much of their success to her astute coaching. "Articulate and enunciate." HAROLD WILLIAMS The social sciences are taught by Mr. Williams, another of our first-year teachers. He can be seen taking tickets at our athletic events. "These work sheets are due one week from today."SENIORS The motto of the Senior Class of 1959, "Out of the Harbor, into the Sea," expresses our realization of what the future holds in store for us. Up to now we have been sheltered by our parents, but upon our graduation we are expected to move into the sea of life as our own navigators. Our four years in high school have been memorable ones, especially the banquet, "Springtime in the Rockes," and the prom, "Sail along Silvery Moon." We wish to take this opportunity to thank the teachers, advisors, parents and all otherpeople who tried to help us obtain for ourselves as much benefit from high school as possible. The colors chosen by our class are silver and rose; the gardenia is our official class flower. SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS AND ADVISERS. FIRST ROW: Sue Blesch, secretary; Nancy Johnson, vice-president; Pat Coffey, treasurer. SECOND ROW: Mr. Amot, adviser; Jerry Davis, president; Mr. Schoenick, adviser. 6ROGER ADLER "They say you can't live on love, but I'm willing to try." Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2; Track 3,4; Prom attendant 3. MARY ANDREWS "This girl has life--night life, that is." Library 1; Future Homemakers of America 3,4; Girls' Glee Club 1. WE, THE GRADUATE9 OF THE CLASQ OF 1959 VONDA LEE BARNES "She adds as much to looking as Sterephonic sound adds to listening." Band 1,2,3,4; Pep Band 4; Band Librarian 4; Girls' Glee Club 1, A Cappella Choir 3,4; FHA 4; Dramatics 3; Forensics 1,2,3; Library 1,4. GERALDINE BENNETT "Love is a dream, gosh I'm sleepy." Twirler 3,4; Girls' Glee Club 1,2; Mixed Chorus 1,2; A Cappella Choir 4; Annual Staff 4; Paper Staff 2; Class Officer 3; Dramatics 3,4; Play 4; Forensics 1,2,3,4; Library 3,4. 7CYNTHIA BERG "Washington loved the Army; I never disagree with George." Band 2,3,4; Girls’Glee Club 1; FHA 2,3,4; Dramatics 2,4; Play 2,4; Forensics 2.4; Library 1,1,3,4. SUE BLESCH "First in the heart of her country Cheerleader 1,2,3,4; Girls' Glee Club 1; A Cappella Choir 2,3,4; Class Officer 4; FHA 4; Library 1. LEAVE TO THE UNDERCLASSMEN PAT COFFEY "You have a perfect right to your opinion - provided it agrees with mine." Twirler 2; Majorette 3,4; Girls' Glee Club 1; Mixed Chorus 2; A Cappella Choir 4; Class Officer 4; Library 1,2; Office Secretary 4. DON DAMMEN "There's room at the top, but who wants to climb?" Football 1,2,3,4; Basketball 2,3,4; Baseball 1.2,3,4; FFA 1,2,3.4. 8JERRY DAVIS "If I stayed home and studied, what would I tell my grandchildren?" k Boys'Glee Club 1; A Cappella Choir 4; Annual Staff 4; Class Officer 1,4; Prom Attendant 3; FFA 1,2,3.4; FFA Officer 3; Dramatics 4; Forensics 3,4. BARBARA ELMER "Accurasy is my watchword, I never make misteaks." Cheerleader 1,2,3; Band 1,2,3,4; Girls' Glee Club 1; A Cappella Choir 1,2,3,4; Class Officer 2; Homecoming Attendant 4; Forensics 4; Library 1. ALL THE FUN AND ALL THE MEMORIES, KENNETH EMBERSON "They're making a wild man out of A Cappella Choir 1,2,3,4; Future Farmers of America 1,2,3,4; FFA Officer 4. JOHN FLANAGAN "Twinkle, twinkle athletic star, what a bashful boy you are." Football 1,2,3,4; Track 1,2,3,4; Football Captain and Most Valuable Player 4; Class Officer 1; Prom King 3; Homecoming King 4; FFA 1,2,3,4; FFA Officer 3. 9BETTY FLANNERY "There never was a Saint with red hair." Girls' Glee Club 1, A Cappella Choir 2,3,4; Madrigal 2,3,4; FHA 4; Forensics 1; Library 1. JUDY FLANNERY "Of all my mother's children, I like myself the best." Cheerleader 1,2; Band 1; Girls' Glee Club 1; FHA 4; Library 1,3,4; Bulletin Staff 4. CLASSES IN WHICH WE HAVE DONE WELL WILLAIM GOEPFERT "I stayed home one night, but 1 didn't like it." Football 1,2; Basketball 1; Basketball Manager 1,2; Cheerleader 4; Boys' Glee Club 1; A Cappella Choir 1,2,3,4. MARILYN HAESLER "Money isn't everything, but with me it's way ahead of whatever is in second place." Twirler 3,4; Girls' Glee Club 1; A Cappella Choir 3,4; FHA 2,3,4; Dramatics 2,4; Play 2; Library 1,2, 3,4. 10i 7 t RUSSELL HANSON "I'm one of the few combinations of brains, brawn and modesty." Football 1,2,3,4; Baseball 2; Track 1; Basketball Manager 3; Annual Editor 4; Class Officer 2,3; Dramatics 2,4; Play 2,4; Debate 1,3,4; Forensics 1,2,4; Library 2. ROLYN HERMAN SON "What can you expect of a day that begins with getting up in the morning?" Basketball 1,2,3,4; Track 1,2; Boys' Glee Club 1; A Cappella Choir 1,3,4; FFA 1,2,3,4; FFA Officer 3. AND THOSE CLASSES IN WHICH WE HAVEN’T, MARLYS ISELY "An athletic lady with assets so many, if she has faults we can't think of any." Band 2,3,4; Pep Band 2,3,4; Girls' Glee Club 1,2; Homecoming Queen 4; FHA 2,3,4; Forensics4; Library 1. NANCY JOHNSON "If you can't convince him, confuse him." Band 1,2,3,4; Sectional Leader 4; Pep Band 2,3,4; Student Conductor 4; Girls' Glee Club 1; A Cappella Choir 1,2,3,4; Madrigal 1,3,4; Annual Staff 4; Class Reporter 2; Class Officer 3,4; Prom Attendant 3; Homecoming Attendant 2; FHA Officer 3,4; Dramatics 2; Play 2; Forensics 4; Library 1,2,3. ii, PHILLIP JOHNSON "Blue eyes, blond hair; the answer to a maiden's prayer." Football 1,2,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Track 1,2; Boys' Glee Club 1; A Cappella Choir 3,4; Class Officer 1; FFA 1,2,3,4. RICHARD JOHNSON "I spend seven hours a day here --do you expect me to work, too?" Baseball 1,3; Track 1,2; Boys' Glee Club 1; Prom Attendant 3; FFA 1,2, 3,4; FFA Officer 3. 9P0RT8, MUSIC AND SPEECH ACTIVITIES JOANNE LARSON "Nature made me what it should, not TOO good." Band 1,2,3,4; Pep Band 2,3,4; Sectional Leader 3,4; Girls' Glee Club 1; A Cappella Choir 1,2,3,4; Madrigal 1,2,3,4; Class Reporter 2, Prom Queen 3; Homecoming Attendant 1; FHA 2,3,4; FHA Officer 3; Play 4; Forensics 1,2,3,4. ROBERT MASON "I like school -- it's the work I hate." Football 1; Track 2; A Cappella Choir 4; FFA 1,2,3,4. 12MICHAEL MORGAN ''If I don't understand it I oppose it." Football 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Track 1,2; Band 3,4; Boys' Glee Club 1, A Cappella 1,3,4; Madrigal 3,4; Debate 3,4; Class Officer 1; Dramatics 2; Play 2; Forensics 1,2; Badger Boys' State 3. LEO PATTERSON "I'm not working on the solution --I'm part of the problem." Football 1,2,4; Basketball 1; Base-ball 4; Track 1,2; FFA 1,2,3,4; FFA Officer 3. THESE WE WILL ALWAYS CHERISH; DIANE PEDERSON "Keep your eye on the ball, your shoulder to the wheel, your ear to the ground -- now try to work in that position." Band 1,2,3,4; Pep Band 1,2,4; Sectional Leader 2; Band Secretary 4; Prom Attendant 3; FHA 4; Dramatics 1,2; Forensics 1,2; Library 1,2. BETTY QUINN "I keep smiling, it makes people wonder what I've been up to." Girls' Glee Club 1; Mixed Chorus 2; FHA 2,3,4; Forensics 4; Library 1,2,3,4. 13BARBARA SMITH "Don't tell me what I mean--let me figure it out for myself." Band 1,2,3,4; Pep Band 3,4; Girls’ Glee Club 1; A Cappella Choir 2,3,4; Class Officer 2; Homecoming Attendant 3; FHA 2,3,4; Dramatics 2,4; Play 2; Forensics 1,2,4; Library 1,2. NATHALIE STEINER "I taught Napoleon to stand firm." Band 1,2,3,4; Sectional Leader 3,4; Pep Band 1,2,3,4; Girls' Glee Club 1; Mixed Chorus 2; A Cappella 3,4; Prom Attendant 3; FHA 2,3,4; Forensics 4; Library 1. THESE WE WILL NEVER FORGET. JANET THOMPSON "My mind is made up, don't confuse me with facts." Band 1,2,3,4; Pep Band 3,4; Band Librarian 4; Girls' Glee Club 1; A Cappella Choir 2,3,4; Madrigal 3,4; Paper Staff 1; FHA 2,3,4; FHA Officer 4; Dramatics 3; Library 1. NORMAN WOLD "Work fascinates me-I can sit and look at it for hours." Football 1,2,3,4; Basketball 2;Track 3,4; Boys' Glee Club 1; A Cappella Choir 1,2,3,4; Madrigal 3,4; Annual Staff 4; Debate 3,4; Class Officer 2; Dramatics 2,3,4; Play 2; Forensics 1,2,3,4; Library 3; Alfred Om-modt Memorial Award 2. 14JUNIORS CLASS OFFICERS: Jim McGinnity, treasurer; Loren Bisegger, vice-president; Margaret Barry, secretary; Robert Davis, president. FIRST ROW: Mrs. Anderson, adviser, Nancy Gilbertson, Dorothy Hanson, Margaret Aim, Linda Gunderson, Ronnie Engebretson, Sharon Ommodt, Marion Johnson, Mrs. Ross, adviser. SECOND ROW: Van Steiner, Loren Bisegger, Walter Fischer, Robert Davis, John Wenger, Randy Wold, Ronnie Kammerud, Marcia Skinrood. THIRD ROW: Margaret Barry, Harold Thompson, Don Isely, Gary Corbin, Pat Schild, Jerry Hendrickson, Ropnie Bennett, Jack Dammen, Howard Johnson. FOURTH ROW: Tom Daly, Dick Hassenfelt, Ronnie Anderson, Bill Flanagan, Jim McGinnity, Russell Quinn, Gary Johnson, Gerald Bredeson.FIRST ROW: Lynn Kammerud, Donna Anderson, Sheila Ommodt, Shirley Haesler, Ernest Gebhardt, Ellen Johnson, Dennis Dillon, Eugene Engebretson, Mr. Olson, adviser. SECOND ROW: Gayle Schild, Lorraine Vinger, Elizabeth Nelson, Alan Lewis, James Finley, Diane Meyer, Sharon Soper, Ann Larson. THIRD ROW: Kathy Elmer, Joe Wenger, Raymond Meade, Kathryn Flanagan, Phil Everson, Bobbi Rossing, Marilyn Eidsmoe, Jerry Wyttenbach, Mr. Ramseier, adviser. FOURTH ROW: Eugene Peterson, Gary Atter, Gary Hendrickson, Steve Meyer, Beverly Yearous, Danny Bahler, Martin Makos,Vem Tollakson. SOPHOMORES SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS: Bobbi Rossing,vice-president; Dennis Dillon, secretary; Lynn Kammerud, treasurer; Eugene Peterson, president. 16Wr Mn°RnwaM Jf.881-Ph,yllis ybroten, Janice Strommen, Karen Ronnemd, Janice Coffey, Ann Ommodt, Leo Johnson. THIRD ROW i pf" p’7Tpent v; np ’ Kathy Steiner- Audre ' Landreth Joyce Anderson, David Larson. TmRD ROW: Jean Flannery, Edith Bisegger, Mary Foesch, Rusonda Jacobson, Cecil Daly, Tamara Matley, Patricia Corbin, Barbara Stamm, Virginia Finley, Mr. Williams, adviser. FOURTH ROW: Alan Isely, Dick Flanagan, Martha Hawley Clona Anderson, Mary Flanagan, Sharon Hexom, Ruth Moen, Richard Budsberg. FIFTH ROW: Sam Hanson, Tom Morgan Philip Fransen, Larry Adler, Robert Bredeson, Calvin Swenson, Daryl Waage, Jerome Hassenfelt, Mr. Weiland adviser FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS: Edith Bisegger, secretary; Martha Hawley, president; Joyce Anderson, vice-president; Ruth Moen, treasurer. 17 FRESHMEN 1STANDY AND ANN ARGYLE Barbara Smith Jerry Davis Barbara Smith and Jerry Davis by popular poll Were chosen by classmates to act out the role Of a typical Argyle High School day. From picture to picture they'll show you the way That we study in library and listen in class--But now for a bit about this lad and lass. The names "Ann" and "Andy" are really quite old. As for years in our school the story's been told That "Ann" means all girls of Argyle High, And "Andy's" the name Argyle's boys go by! But this year in Argyle an idea occurred — Student approval was unanimously heard--And so it was settled without pain or strife That Ann and Andy should come to life. So the kids all decided to vote on a pair, A boy and a girl who would willingly wear The title of "Ann" and "Andy" when elected. So we all took one ballot and soon we selected. Two popular Argylites everyone knew, A boy and a girl, personalities true; With clean-cut faces; and neat attire; They're two swell kids whom we all admire. Barbara and Jerry are the ones we chose, For Ann and Andy's pictures they pose. Barbara's a student who studies hard in Home-Ec., shorthand and gym. If ever you have a job to be done, Call on Barbara; she is the one Who will do her best in every task; She's willing to work, whenever you ask. Now Jerry as Andy is important in school. As president he keeps steadfast rule; His classes are tough, but he keeps on the job And the kids all like him 'cause he's not a snob. They're typical students, as each picture shows, So follow their day from beginning to close. 18INVITE YOU TO QPEND 1- -Coming to School They're up at seven, at school by eight, Ann and Andy are never late — Well, not very often, perhaps once or more, But tardiness teachers will not ignore! 2--Library In library we look upon Andy and Ann, Often they study the progress of man; There are rows of books upon the shelves, For students and teachers to help themselves. 19A TYPICAL DAY WITH THEM 3--Classrooms Here arc Ann And Andy in a typical class, They've plenty of school work--this lad and lass; They answer the questions the best that they can, And study their lessons for Friday's exam. 4--Corridor Ann and Andy aren't taking a stroll, They're passing to classes, an every day role. For physics and English, they're off with a start, The two minute signal, 'tis time to depart! 20HERE AT ARGYLE HIGH 5--Excuses It is never good to miss a day Especially when you've been at play. So here they are quite typical Pleading with the principal. 6--Study Hall and Custodian To make sure that their grades don't fall, We see Ann and Andy in study hall. Achat with Charlie will make them feel better; They tell him Mrs. Ross is still cold in her sweater. 21LONG TO BE REMEMBERED Here are Ann and Andy on report card day. Their marks must be good, for they seem gay. In every class, they have done their best! Look how Andy swells his chest; And Ann, also, seems quite content With all the grades her teachers sent. This way, you see, we've tried to portray A typical Argyle High School day Through pictures of students in classes and such, Although we didn't have space for much. We have loads of other things, too, as a rule;--We have track and baseball, and ping-pong at school. We've dances occasionally during the year, Publications, basketball, and football here. We also have plays, and concerts, and things. Yes, many activities Argyle brings To offer to students with any vocations. Whether it's ag or speech or orations, Or English or math or Latin or gym. (The latter is taken to keep us in trim.) So you see, in this book we have tried to bring out Just what Argyle High School is really about. Ann and Andy have shown you the way We attend our school from day to day. 22ANNUAL STAFF This is the eleventh year of publications of our yearbook, "Treasured Echoes." Each year we strive to make improvements in quality, in interest and ideas, and in layout. For the first time we have included pictures of our baseball and track teams. Another new feature is our section on Ann and Andy Ar-gyle, two students who typify all the students of Ar-gyle High and show them in scenes from our daily school life. Since the financing of our book is quite an important item, special mention must go to Jerry Davis, business manager, who with his assistants have raised more funds through advertising and sponsors than any other group in the past. Our editor, Russell Hanson, has been a willing and capable worker during the first and fourth hours as well as the many necessary Monday night sessions. We sincerely hope that this collection of memories during the 1958-1959 school year will become more and more treasured as the years separate you from high school. Jerry Davis, business manager; Russell Hanson, edi tor; Mr. Schoenick, advisor. FIRST ROW: Jerry Davis, Russell Hanson, Margaret Barry, Ronnie Kammerud. SECOND ROW: Jim McGinnity, Norman Wold, Nancy Johnson, Ceri Bennett. ABSENT: Bill Flanagan. 23JUNIOR PROM ROYALTY "Sail Along Silvery Moon" was the theme of the Junior Prom sponsored by the Class of 1959. In keeping with the theme the gym was decorated in silver, blue and white. Hanging over a garden arch in the center of the floor was a huge, turning silver moon. The music was provided by the Frank Douglas Orchestra. Karen Bennett and Joe Flanagan were the miniature queen and king. Dick Johnson and Diane Pederson and Jerry Davis. Nancy Johnson and Roger Adler. 252627The crowning of the Homecoming Queen. SEATED: Freshman attendant Joyce Anderson, Queen Marlys Isely, Sophomore attendant Kathryn Flanagan. STANDING: Junior attendant Margaret Barry, King John Flanagan, Senior attendant Barbara Elmer. HOMECOMING Our Homecoming festivities began on a Thursday night with a snake parade, bonfire and pep rally. On the following Friday afternoon the high school and grades plus a few local businessmen presented floats or marching units in the annual homecoming parade. That evening the traditional football game was played. The final score was the only disappointment of the day. After the game a dance was held in the gym with music played by a 1955 graduate, Roger Bright, and his band. 28Halftime and the band puts on quite a show. First prize winning Junior float: "A Tree Grew in Brooklyn." The Argyle High School marching band! Second prize winning Sophomore float: "Pow-Wow for Victory." Randy Wold and Van Steiner won third prize on their individual entry, "Blast off on Brooklyn." 29FIRST ROW: Norman Wold, Jim McGinnity, Phil Johnson, Russell Hanson, John Flanagan, Gary Hendrickson. SECOND ROW: Don Dammen, John Wenger, Ronnie Anderson, Mike Morgan, Danny Bahler, Phil Everson, James Ramseier, coach. THIRD ROW: Loren Bisegger, Randy Wold, Roger Adler, Harold Thompson, Leo Patterson, Larry Adler, Tom Morgan. FOURTH ROW: Daryl Wr.age, Ronnie Kammerud, Bob Davis, Joe Wenger, Sam Hanson, Jon Aim. FIFTH ROW: Butch Tollakson, Leo Johnson, manager, Neelian Nelson, Phil Fransen, Howard Johnson, manager. FOOTBALL Plagued by injuries and streaky playing, the Argyle Orioles suffered one of the poorest football seasons in recent history. After losing to South Wayne in the non-conference opener, they bounced back to fight defending champion New Glarus to a tie. The following week matched Argyle against Belleville in a real thriller. After Belleville broke away to a 24 to 12 lead, Argyle came back, scoring nine points in the final period and had possession of the ball at mid-field when the game ended. However, the effort fell short and Belleville played the role of 24 to 21 victors. Friday, September 25, found Argyle still gunning for its first victory, and victory it was since the Orioles pushed Brodhead all over the field and trounced them 33 to 7 before an enthusiastic Mom and Dads' night crowd. Argyle was on its way at last! The following week against Juda it looked as though the team was going to rack up its second victory, scoring six points and holding Juda scoreless going into the third period. A spirited Juda team came out in the second half and proceeded to score three touchdowns -- Argyle's hopes were shattered. From this points on the Orioles seemed to lose spirit and fell to Brooklyn and Orfordville. The last game of the year matched Argyle against Blanchardville in what proved a very interesting game as both teams were held scoreless in the first quarter. Argyle sagged, and Blanchardville took the advantage by scoring three quick touchdowns in the second period. Again in the third period Argyle held its foe scoreless while collecting seven points of its own. From then on it was Blanchardville's game until late in the final period when Argyle fought to the one-foot line and was in possession when the gun sounded. Have patience and we'll jell next year! ! ! 30John Wenger, left end Norm Wold, center Jim McGinnity, right end FOOTBALL QCOREBOARD Argyle 6 South Wayne Opponents 19 13 New Glarus 13 20 Belleville 23 33 Brodhead 6 6 Juda 19 12 Brooklyn 42 13 Orfordville 45 7 Blanchardville 33 Russ Hanson, left guard Leo Patterson, right guard Phil Johnson, left halfback Roger Adler, quarterback John Flanagan, right halfbackThese players saw most of the action as replacements for the first team shown on page 31. FIRST ROW: Don Dammen, Danny Bahler, Phil Everson, Gary Hendrickson. SECOND ROW: Loren Bisegger, Ronnie Kammerud, Harold Thompson, Ronnie Anderson, Mike Morgan, Randy Wold, Bob Davis. John Flanagan was chosen by his teammates as the captain and most valuable player of the team. Leo Johnson, manager; Mr. Ramseier, coach. Howard Johnson, manager; 32Fourth down and one to go. We made it! John Flanagan looks for running room. Two on one but Jim McGinnity pulls it down. Let me go, turn me loose. Get off my back! 33THE BASKETBALL SUMMARY VARSITY SCORES Argyle Opponents 40 South Wayne 41 55 Albany 48 29 Brodhead 61 64 South Wayne 20 40 Blanchardville 65 51 Belleville 50 58 Orfordville 61 63 Monticello 74 40 Brooklyn 80 46 New Glarus 75 60 Juda 55 46 Albany 49 32 Brodhead 44 51 Blanchardville 64 68 Belleville 58 64 Orfordville 61 42 Monticello 64 48 Brooklyn 61 46 New Glarus 75 56 Juda 75 FIRST ROW: Jon Aim, Vincent Barnes, Cecil Daly, Tom Morgan, Alan Isely, Leo Johnson, Mr. Bennett, assistant coach. SECOND ROW: Larry Adler, Steve Meyer, Gary Hendrickson, Danny Bahler, Martin Makos, Jerry Wyttenbach, Robert Bredeson, Mr. Weiland, coach. CONFERENCE STANDINGS Brodhead 15 3 .833 Orfordville 6 12 .333 New Glarus 15 3 .833 ARGYLE 5 13 .278 Blanchardville 14 4 .778 Belleville 5 13 .278 Monticello 14 4 .778 Juda 4 14 .222 Brooklyn 10 8 .556 Albany 2 16 .111 JUNIOR VARSITY SCORES Argyle Opponents 14 South Wayne 26 26 Albany 28 32 Brodhead 48 16 South Wayne 29 17 Blanchardville 40 33 Belleville 21 23 Orfordville 33 17 Monticello 36 29 Brooklyn 44 18 New Glarus 28 17 Juda 34 25 Albany 43 24 Brodhead 38 12 Blanchardville 37 27 Belleville 41 35 Orfordville 28 27 Monticello 41 41 Brooklyn 38 20 New Glarus 45 23 Juda 32 FIRST ROW: Paul Jaggi, manager; Vem Tollakson, manager. SECOND ROW: Mr. Bennett, assistant coach; Tom Daly, manager; Mr. Weiland, coach. 34VARSITY BASKETBALL KNEELING: Paul Jaggi, manager; Tom Daly, manager. STANDING: Jack Dammen, Kobert Bredeson MartinMakos,Gerald Bredeson, Russell Quinn, Jim McGinnity, Mike Morgan, Rolyn Hermanson, Ronnie Bennett, Don Dammen, Mr. Weiland, coach. Playing what is known as "hot and cold" basketball, Argyle turned in a season which had emphasis towards the cooler side. Opening the season at home, and playing a very' "cool" game, we dropped a one-point decision to South Wayne. However, we repayed their visit and swamped them by 44 points. In conference play, Argyle proved to be far from a championship contender as they finished in the second division. With a few breaks and more "hot" basketball at the right times, three or four of those losses could have been converted to wins and the team could have finished above the .500 mark. The team was hurt by lack of depth, and B-squad boys had to be used to fill in the ten-man roster. Statistically Argyle was able to outshoot its opponents percentage-wise in most of the games, but was hampered by the fact that it failed to get off enough shots to overbalance their opponents in the scoring column. Six boys were the most frequent starters; Jim McGinnity, Jackie Dammen, Gerald Bredeson, Mike Morgan, Russell Quinn and Don Dammen. When they used their collective talents of scoring, passing and rebounding to the greatest extent they were a very good team. (Next year?) 35JACKIE DAMMEN Junior Forward ROBERT BREDESON Freshman Guard MIKE MORGAN Senior Guard JIM McGINNITY Junior Forward ROLYN HERMANSON Senior Center BOTTOM: "Now remember, boys, the little round hoop with the strings hanging from it is the basket." 36TOP: "Hey, I saw it first! " BOTTOM: Perfect form, and two points for Jim. 37 RUSSELL QUINN Junior Center GERALD BREDESON Junior Guard MARTIN MAKOS Sophomore Forward RONNIE BENNETT Junior Guard DON DAMMEN Senior Forward, CenterWHO'S ALL RIGHT? ... WHO? ... THE CHEERLEADERS The cheerleaders play a vital part in developing and encouraging school spirit. Here we see them leading a cheer in their latest outfits. FIRST ROW: Martha Hawley, Kathy Elmer. SECOND ROW: Linda Gunderson, Margaret Aim, Sue Blesch, Billy Goepfert.FIRST ROW: Dennis Dillon, Vonda Lee Barnes, Jean Flannery, Kathy Elmer, Margaret Barry. SECOND ROW: Nathalie Steiner, Barbara Smith, Nancy Johnson, Janet Thompson, Van Steiner. THIRD ROW: Lorraine Vinger, Mary Foesch, Sharon Soper. FOURTH ROW: Marlys Isely, Ronnie Enge-bretson, Diane Pederson. (Absent when taken: Joanne Larson.) The Pep Band makes twenty or more appearances during the sports season, playing at football and basketball games. This year it was under the student leadership of Nancy Johnson. Here we see them from an unusual angle, playing at half-time at a basketball game. PEP BAND 39FIRST ROW: Nancy Johnson, Dennis Dillon, Margaret Barry, Barbara Elmer. SECOND ROW: Janet Thompson, Ann Larson, Dick Flanagan, Gloria Anderson, Cynthia Berg, Sandra Swenson, Sharon Swenson. THIRD ROW: Nathalie Steiner, Duane Bright, Van Steiner, Margaret Aim, Barbara Smith, Tom Morgan, R. J. Swenson, Phil Emberson, Pat Schellenger, Linda Gunderson. FOURTH ROW: Donnie Rossing, Jean Flannery, Alan Lewis, Diane Pederson, Mike Morgan, Jim McGinnity. BAND OFFICERS: Nancy Johnson, student conductor; Diane Pederson, secretary; Vonda Lee Barnes, librarian; Janet Thompson, librarian. SENIOR BAND 40FIRST ROW: Susan McGinnity, Ellen Johnson, Vonda Lee Barnes. SECOND ROW: Donna Rabine, Linda Coffey, Kathy Elmer, Larry Hendrickson, Mary Steiner, Stevie Morgan, Ruth Moen, Mary Foesch. THIRD ROW: Martha Hawley, Marlys Isely, John Foesch, Ronnie Engebretson, Don Isely, Leo Marti, Janet Williams, Lorraine Vinger, Joanne Larson, Mary Kay McGinnity, Sharon Soper. Our director, Mr. Schoenick TWIRLERS: Geri Bennett, Marilyn Haesler, Pat Coffey, majorette, Marion Johnson, Joyce Anderson. 41PFRCUSSION FIRST ROW: Jim McGinnity, Mike Morgan. SECOND ROW: Alan Lewis, Jean Flannery, Donnie Ros-sing, Diane Pederson. TRUMPETS AND HORNS FIRST ROW: Stevie Morgan, Mary Steiner. SECOND ROW: Mary Foesch, Pat Schellenger, Phil Embcrson, Ruth Moen. THIRD ROW: Nathalie Steiner, Duane Bright, R. J. Swenson. FOURTH ROW: Margaret Aim, Tom Morgan, Barbara Smith, Van Steiner. TROMBONES, BARITONES AND TUBAS FIRST ROW: Joanne Larson, Lorraine Vinger, Janet Williams, Leo Marti. SECOND ROW: Ronnie Engebretson, Sharon Soper, Mary Kay McGinnity, Don Isely. 42FLUTES Susan McGinnity, Vonda Lee Barnes, Ellen Johnson. SAXOPHONES TOP TO BOTTOM: Marlys Isely, Martha Hawley, John Foesch, Linda Gunderson. CLARINETS AND OBOE Kathy Elmer, Linda Coffey, Dennis Dillon, Janet Thompson, Gloria Anderson, Cynthia Berg, Nancy Johnson, Barbara Elmer, Margaret Barry, Donna Rabine, Dick Flanagan, Ann Larson, Sandra Swenson, Sharon Swenson, Larry Hendrickson. 43One of the biggest thrills experienced by members of the Argyle High School Band occurred last May when the Argyle Lions Club sent our band to the Lions International Parade in Chicago, Illinois. We wish to take this opportunity to thank the Argyle Lions Club for giving us such a pleasant memory of our high school days. JUNIOR BAND FIRST ROW: Jean Plantikow, Karen Ronnerud, Lynn Kammerud, Karen Anderson, Kitty Meyer. SECOND ROW: Norma Penniston, Bobby Amot, Vincent Barnes, Rusonda Jacobson, Phyllis Nybroten, Bradley Ostby. THIRD ROW: Jimmie Smith, Tamara Matley, Cecil Daly.A CAPPELLA CHOIR FIRST ROW: Sue Blesch, Joyce Anderson, Pat Coffey, Vonda Lee Barnes, Edith Bisegger, Ellen Johnson, Karen Ronnerud. SECOND ROW: Lynn Kammerud, Marilyn Haesler, Janice Strommen, Janet Thompson, Kathy Steiner, Linda Gunderson, Phyllis Nybroten. THIRD ROW: Dennis Dillon, Billy Goepfert, Alan Lewis, Dick Flanagan, Tom Morgan, Vincent Barnes, Gene Engebretson. FOURTH ROW: Mike Morgan, Rolyn Hermanson, Gary Johnson, Jim McGinnity, Bill Flanagan, Phil Johnson, Gary Hendrickson, Dick Hassenfelt, FIFTH ROW: Ronnie Engebretson, Cecil Daly, Ann Larson, Nathalie Steiner, Tamara Matley, Ken Emberson, Van Steiner. SIXTH ROW: Barbara Smith, Margaret Aim, Kathy Elmer, Marilyn Eidsmoe, Mary Foesch, Sharon Soper, Ruth Moen, Marcia Skinrood. SEVENTH ROW: Geri Bennett, Kathy Flanagan, Betty Flannery, Margaret Barry, Lorraine Vinger, Nancy Johnson, Barbara Elmer. EIGHTH ROW: Joe Wenger, Harold Thompson, Ronnie Bennett, Bob Mason, Norman Wold, Philip Fransen, Phil Everson, Jerry Davis. 45MADRIGAL FIRST ROW: Dennis Dillon, Kathy Elmer, Lynn Kammerud. SECOND ROW: Van Steiner, Tom Morgan, MargaretAlm. THIRD ROW: Janet Thompson, Harold Thompson, Betty Flannery, Pat Coffey. FOURTH ROW: Margaret Barry, Norman Wold, Jim McGinnity, Gary Hendrickson, Nancy Johnson. (Not pictured: Joanne Larson, Sharon Soper.) These grade school girls cheer on their fine basketball team. FIRST ROW: Judy Wenger, Hope Lofgren. SECOND ROW: Kathy Rufenacht, Mary Steiner. At every basketball game the colors are presented by the Boy Scouts, Jimmy Meyer, Bradley Ostby, Kenny Elmer, Donnie Rossing, Duane Bright. 46FIRST ROW: Lynn Kammerud, Karen Ronnerud, Gayle Schild, Kathy Steiner, Janice Strommen, Edith Bisegger,Shirley Haesler, Virginia Finley, Janet Coffey. SECOND ROW: Marilyn Haesler, Tamara Mat-ley, Katliy Elmer, Margaret Aim, Randy Wold, Barbara Smith, Martha Hawley, Mrs. Ross, advisor. THIRD ROW: Nancy Johnson, Marilyn Eidsmoe, Rosalind Rossing, Sharon Hexom, Cynthia Berg, Lorraine Vin-ger,Ann Larson, Robert Davis, Jerry Davis. FOURTH ROW: Geri Bennett, Tom Daly, Norm Wold, Russ Hanson, Eugene Peterson, Ronnie Bennett, Marcia Skinrood, Elizabeth Nelson. DRAMATICS 47LIBRARIANS SITTING: Marion Johnson, Mary Flanagan, Janice Coffey, Randy Wold, Gayle Schild, Barbara Stamm, Pat Corbin. STANDING: Sharon Ommodt, Ronald Bennett, Dorothy Hanson, Betty Quinn, Donna Anderson, Vonda Lee Barnes, Judy Flannery, Marcia Skinrood, Marilyn Haesler, Sharon Hexom, Sheila Ommodt, Geri Bennett. Audrey Landreth, Pat Schild, Virginia Finley, Cynthia Berg, Mrs. Ross. BULLETIN STAFF Judy Flannery, Pat Coffey, Barbara Elmer, Dennis Dillon, Mr. Olson, adviser. 40FORENSICS FIRST ROW: Dennis Dillon, Barbara Smith, Diane Meyer, Kathy Elmer, Gayle Schild, Lynn Kammerud. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Ross, coach, Margaret Aim, Bob Davis, Ann Larson, Edith Bisegger, Cecil Daly, Jerry Davis, Mrs. Anderson, coach. THIRD ROW: Marilyn Eidsmoe, Martha Hawley, Cynthia Berg, Geri Bennett, Betty Quinn, Marcia Skinrood, Randy Wold. FOURTH ROW: Bobbi Rossing, Kathy Flanagan, Norm Wold, Russ Hanson, Tom Daly, Ronnie Bennett, Elizabeth Nelson, Lorraine Vinger. DEBATE FIRST ROW: Ronnie Kam- merud, Norman Wold, Mr. Ramseier, coach. SECOND ROW: Mike Morgan, Jim Mc-Ginnity, Russell Hanson, Bill Flanagan.F. H. A. FHAOFFICERS. FIRST ROW: Janet Thompson, vice-president; Kathryn Flanagan, secretary. SECOND ROW: Nancy Johnson, president; Mrs. Anderson, adviser; Margaret Barry, treasurer. FIRST ROW: Marion Johnson, Sue Blesch, Judy Flannery, Phyllis Nybroten, Dorothy Hanson, Virginia Finley, Sheila Ommodt, Janice Coffey, Nancy Gilbertson. SECOND ROW: Shirley Haesler, Marilyn Haesler, Barbara Smith, Edith Bisegger, Kathy Steiner, Tamara Matley, Audrey Landreth, Margaret Aim, Mrs. Anderson, adviser. THIRD ROW: Janet Thompson, Nathalie Steiner, Betty Flannery, Mary Flanagan, Betty Quinn, Barbara Stamm, Patricia Corbin, Linda Gunderson, Cynthia Berg. FOURTH ROW: Mary Andrews, Diane Pederson, Nancy Johnson, Marlys Isely, Joanne Larson, Lorraine Vinger, Kathy Flanagan, Margaret Barry, Vonda Lee Barnes. 50F. F A FFA OFFICERS. FIRST ROW: Tom Daly, president; Bob Davis, vice-president; Loren Bisegger, treasurer; Gary Hendrickson, secretary; Harold Thompson, reporter. SECOND ROW: Kenneth Emberson, sentinel; Mar- garet Aim, chapter sweetheart; Mr. Haser, adviser. FIRST ROW; Mr. Haser, adviser, Neelian Nelson, James Finley, Jerry Davis, Ken Emberson, Alan Isely, Randy Wold, Richard Budsberg, Alan Lewis, Leo Patterson. SECOND ROW: Cecil Daly, Calvin Swenson, Bob Davis, Loren Bisegger, Harold Thompson, Jerry Hassenfelt, Gary Atter, Jerry Wyttcnbach. THIRD ROW: David Larson, Walter Fischer, Martin Makos, Gary Corbin, Gary Hendrickson, Tom Daly, Vern Tollakson, Phil Everson, Eugene Peterson, Ernie Gebhardt. FOURTH ROW. Don Dammen, Danny Bahler, Rolyn Hermanson, Phil Johnson, Dick Johnson, Gary Johnson, John Flanagan, Bob Mason. 51BASEBALL, FIRST ROW: Ronnie Kammerud, Vem Tollakson, Jackie Dammen, Gerald Bredeson, Jim McGinnity, Mike Morgan, Danny Bahler, Don Dammen. SECOND ROW: Joe Wenger, Richard Budsberg, Tom Morgan, Vince Barnes, Jon Aim, Paul Jaggi, Leo Johnson. THIRD ROW: Russell Quinn, Howard Johnson, Robert Bredeson, Harold Thompson, John Wenger, Leo Patterson, Dick Johnson, Mr. Wei land, coach. t Danny Bahler Jim McGinnity 52BASEBALL AND TRACK Jackie Dammen Mike Morgan Vem Tollakson TRACK. FIRST ROW: Mr. Ramseier, coach, Alan Isely, Robert Davis, Randy Wold, Jerry Davis, Ernie Cebhardt. SECOND ROW: Larry Adler, Roger Adler, Loren Bisegger, Ronnie Anderson, Eugene Peterson, Ronnie Bennett, Cecil Daly. THIRD ROW: Phil Everson, John Flanagan, Bill Flanagan, Rolyn Hermanson, Cary Hendrickson, Norman Wold. 53FIRST AND SECOND GRADES FIRST ROW: Diane Haser, Janet McDonald, Karen Bennett, Debra Hermanson, Angela Campbell, Wayne Schneider. SECOND ROW: Susan Bahe, Patsy Martinson, Greg Rossing, Gary Rossing, Tommy Arnot. THIRD ROW: Stevie Nall, Betty Gavigan, Donnie Siegenthaler, Mark Anderson, Mike Schellenger, Mrs. Penniston. FOURTH ROW. Stephen Nelson, Mike Dunlavy, Laveme Lofgren, John Soper, Pat Dunlavy. SECOND AND THIRD GRADES FIRST ROW: Buddy Bennett, Tommy Coffey Andy Anderson, Irene Elmer, Allen Wenger, Pattie McDonald. SECOND ROW: Wayne Rossing, Tommy Lee Nall, Mark Tollakson, Debra Schild. THIRD ROW: Margaret Rossing, Stuart Campbell, David Vinger, John Williams, Jeff Williams, Mrs. Hilden-brand. FOURTH ROW: Billy Hermanson, David Phillipson, Barbara Swenson, Connie Meyer, Connie Munson. 54THIRD AND FOURTH GRADES FIRST ROW: Susan Haser, Sheree Kammerud, Bernie McDonald, Clinton Bennett, Jay Wenger, Maureen Coffey. SECOND ROW: Sara Jo Thomp m, Mark Tollakson, Billy Johnson, Billy Stauffacher, Bobby Plantikow, Eddie Cavigan. THIRD ROW: Mary Jo Schellenger, Jane Schellenger, Stevie Martinson, Neale Tollakson, Jerry Smith, Kay Smith, Miss Splinter. FOURTH ROW: Tom McGinnity, Karen Mc-Ginnity, Linda Siegenthaler, Mary Jean Soper, Diane Burreson. FIFTH AND SIXTH GRADES FIRST ROW: Stevie Elmer, Robert Moen, Donnie Moen, John Dunlavy, Jean Plantikow, Susan Flannery, Grace Stamm, Diana Severson. SECOND ROW: David Anderson, Norma Penniston, Terry Hanson, Robert Hermanson, Stevie Campbell, Albert Hawley, Nicki Thompson, Jimmie Smith. THIRD ROW: Bennie Stamm, Janet Williams, Dean Hort, Karen Anderson, Sherman Olson, Bobby Arnot, Linda Coffey, Sandra Swenson, Sharon Swenson, Mrs. Pederson. FOURTH ROW: Dennis Burreson, Phil Emberson, Kitty Meyer, Donna Rabine, Susan McGinnity, Leo Marti, Donnie Hendrickson, Stevie Morgan.SEVENTH AND EIGHTH GRADES FIRST ROW: Judy Skattum, Ronnie Waage, Mary Jane Wenger, Carol Severson, Mary Lou Severson, Chuckie O'Rourke, Pat Schellenger. SECOND ROW: Duane Bright, Bradley Ostby, R. J. Swenson, Donnie Rossing, Linda Kristofferson, Kenny Elmer, Peter Jaggi, Mr. Bennett. THIRD ROW: Dorian Hermanson, John Foesch, Donnie Stauffacher, Judy Wenger, Mary Steiner, Charles Moen. FOURTH ROW: Hope Lofgren, Kathy Rufenacht, Mary Kay McGinnity, Wesley Moen, Jimmy Meyer, Larry Hendrickson, John Gierhart. FOOTBALL FIRST ROW: Bradley Ostby, Chuckie O'Rourke, Peter Jaggi, Ronnie Waage. SECOND ROW: Duane Bright, Kenny Elmer, John Foesch, R. J. Swenson, Donnie Rossing. THIRD ROW: Donnie Stauffacher, John Gierhart, Jimmy Meyer, Larry Hendrickson. 56BASKETBALL FIRST ROW: Buddy Bennett, mascot. SECOND ROW: Leo Marti, Jackie Larson, Donnie Rossing, David Hendrickson, David Johnson, Kenny Elmer, Ronnie Waage. THIRD ROW: Mr. Bennett, coach, Donnie Stauffacher, John Gierhart, Jimmy Meyer, Larry Hendrickson, Duane Bright, Mr. Weiland, coach. GRADE CHORUS FIRST ROW: Diana Severson, Donnie Moen, Terry Hanson, Jimmie Smith, Nicki Thompson, Bennie Stamm, Robert Hermanson, Susan Flannery, Norma Penniston, Stevie Elmer. SECOND ROW: Chuckie O'Rourke, Pat Schellenger, Peter Jaggi, Bradley Ostby, Ronnie Waage, Dean Hort, Janet Williams, Stevie Campbell, Jean Plantikow, Barbara Stamm. THIRD ROW: John Dunlavy, Karen Anderson, Mary Jane Wenger, Linda Cof- fey, Sherman Olson, Bobby Arnot, Mary Lou Severson, Sandra Swenson, Sharon Swenson, Robert Moen. FOURTH ROW: Stevie Morgan, Judy Skattum, Phil Emberson, R. J. Swenson, Duane Bright, Kenny Elmer, Dennis Burreson, Kitty Meyer, Albert Hawley, David Anderson. FIFTH ROW: Donnie Rossing, Leo Marti, Carol Severson, Dorian Hermanson, Susan McGinnity, Mary Steiner, John Foesch, Donnie Stauffacher, Charles Moen, Donnie Hendrickson. SIXTH ROW: Hope Lofgren, Kathy Rufenacht, Mary McGinnity, Wesley Moen, Jimmy Meyer, Larry Hendrickson, John Gierhart, Donna Rabine, Judy Wenger, Linda Kristofferson. 57Mike Morgan and Marilyn Haesler discussing the foreign situation. Charlie Meyer in one of his few unproductive moments. Where are you hiding your temper, Bill? J. Davis R. Adler Grade School . . The lovely girls of our class serenading us at the Junior-Senior Banquet. 58 Hallowe'en "dress up" party on Van's birthday.M. Morgan B. Goepfert . Rogue's Gallery Bob and Jerry Davis in the years B.C. (before courting) 8 N A P 8 H 0 T 8 Just "casual" acquaintances. Is Nancy drinking that stuff, Barbara? Just waiting for a photographer. One of the duller moments at the Senior 59 We soaked up culture in Chicago. Christmas party.The annual staff of 1959 wishes to thank the sponsors and advertisers listed on the following pages for their help in making this annual a reality. This year more businessmen than ever before contributed to the annual. We hope that you who are reading this will continue to patronize them in the future as a token of thanks. HARLAN KAMMERUD Argyle Automotive Service ROBERT B. WENGER Argyle Gamble Store PAUL SPLINTER Splinter Foods CHARLOTTE MEYER Argyle, Wisconsin HOWARD SCHELLENGER Argyle, Wisconsin R. MINDERMANN Argyle Drug Store FRED THOMPSON Argyle, Wisconsin ANDERSON ELECTRIC Argyle, Wisconsin O’ROURKE’S DAIRY BAR Argyle, Wisconsin VINGER INSURANCE Argyle, Wisconsin ROSA FLORIST Monroe, Wisconsin MONROE SHOE STORE Monroe, Wisconsin LEN GRIEBER Herff-Jones Co. BADGER STATE MINERAL WATER CO. Darlington, Wisconsin BORDEN FOODS CO. Lakeshire-Marty, Monroe WARD-BRODT MUSIC CO. Madison, Wisconsin N. DORMAN 8 CO., INC. Monroe, Wisconsin WENDT STUDIO Darlington, Wisconsin BOWMAN DAIRY Monroe, Wisconsin SOLOMON AUTO PARTS CO., INC. Monroe, Wisconsin AVON LOCKER PLANT Darlington, Wisconsin THE FRITO COMPANY Monroe, Wisconsin MONROE MUSIC CO. Monroe, Wisconsin THE SWISS COLONY Monroe, Wisconsin LUNDA’S RESTAURANT AND CHEESE MART Argyle, Wisconsin GOODMILLER ICE CREAM COMPANY Monroe, Wisconsin 60Meat type registered Yorkshires Larger Litters Less Lard VIC TOLLAKSON, JR. Phone KI 3-4672 Argyle The SENIOR BOYS' CULTURE CLUB wishes to thank all the teachers who went above and beyond the call of duty in serving them. For quick location—cal I KI 3-4181 Argyle, Wisconsin Wisconsin Fine Furniture-Carpets-Bedding 9NIVELY TOWN § COUNTRY Hiway 11 Rest Monroe Wisconsin 6! fc East Side of Square Monroe, Wisconsin iwA A»;.vi Insurance of All Kinds J. R. ARNOT Insure and Be Sure Phone Kl 3-6161 Argyle Wisconsin i! CORNER CAFE Friendly servicePurol Gas and Oils WEST SIDE SERVICE STATION Frigidaire Appliances Truman E. Erickson Argyle, Wisconsin “The New Styles First” Southern Wisconsin's finest and largest store for men and boys SCHUETZE’S of Monroe L. A. R089ING COMPANY Argyle Wisconsin A Brighter Future with planned bank savings Education Automobile Home Business STATE BANK OF ARGYLE Your home town bank The bank of friendly service MEMBER OF THE F.D.I.C. Argyle WisconsinTHE LINK STORE Monroe, Wisconsin Ladies’ and Children’s Wear Infants Wear and Gifts PHILLIPS SMITH APPLIANCES We Service V hat W e Sell Monroe, Wisconsin Warehouse outlet — Low overhead furniture ARGYLE FEED SEED CO. ‘Where quality is higher than prices.” Phone Kl 3-6331 Argyle, Wisconsin ETTER’S Since 1883 1605 Tenth Street Telephone 357 Monroe, Wisconsin dnQnr' OSTBY GARAGE Argyle W isconsin Phone KI 3-5311 ( HIM .-. CHALMERS IKON • MIIWAUKII . U. . A. afr- ft XT SAALSAA HARDWARE Argyle, WisconsinPHILLIPSON GARAGE Argyle, Wis. jO £Dr Use Pecatonica Volley Butter LAFAYETTE COUNTY CO-OP CREAMERYGREEN COUNTY AUTO CO. .1 lake a Date With the “Rochet” Eight 412 llwy. 11 Rest Monroe, (Wisconsin m M VINGER IMPLEMENT CO. Your International Harvester Dealer Argyle Trucks, Machinery Phone kl 3-4641 ft isconsin HERMAN’S SERVICE Herman Johnson, Proprietor Argyle Wisconsin THE SWISS WHEEL Dining Hoom Pete Manos, proprietor Open 12 to 12 except Tuesdays Monroe Wisconsin MONROE BAKERY John A. Ammon, Owner Phone Monroe 500 1007—16th Ave. Monroe, Wis. WIOTA CLOVER FARM STORE Groceries —Meats Sandwiches—Malts Mr, Mrs, Eugene Elmer ft iota, Wisconsin 66CONKEY'S Y—O The oldest name in feed. Today’s best feed buy. ARGYLE HATCHERY Phone kl 3 6771 Willard Soper Argyle W is Compliments °f ARGYLE F.F.A. M. D. Ilaser, adviser JOS. HUBER BREWING CO. Monroe, Wisconsin mm a O Chicken O Steaks O Sea foods MAPLE GROVE INN DINING ROOM Kay S. Hong, Proprietor Monroe Wisconsin Compliments of ARGYLE TOWN BOARD Paul Davis—Orville Chenous Andrew Larson—Clayton Martin Leo Farrell—Louis Larson 67COMPLIMENTS OF George J. Zinky, President ZINKY REALTY CO., INC. 1642 w. Fond du Lac Ave. - Di. 4-0123 Milwaukee, Wisconsin The Home Of VERIBEST RECAPS CORDOVAN TIRES Geared- to-the-Rood TUBELESS TIRES HOLMES TIRE SUPPLY, INC Phone - AL 5-6746 431 W. Main Street Madison, Wisconsin 68BUB’S SERVICE STATION Shell Service Armstrong Tires- Kl 3-6593 Argyle Wisconsin HAWLEY LIVESTOCK Cattle — Hogs - Calves Feeder Pigs Monday and ' ednesday Argyle, Hollondale and Wiota Office Manager: F. Muenich Owner: Bob Hawley 69INDEX OF HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS Adler, Larry...... Adler, Roger .... Aim, Jon .......... Aim, Margaret . . . Anderson, Donna . . Anderson, Gloria . . Anderson, Joyce . . Anderson, Ronnie . Andrews, Mary . . . Atter, Gary........ Bahler, Dan....... Barnes, Vincent . . . Barnes, Vonda . . . . Barry, Margaret . . . Bennett, Geri .... Bennett, Ronnie . . , Berg, Cynthia .... Biscgger, Edith . . . Bisegger, Loren . . . Blesch, Sue........ Bredeson, Gerald . . Bredeson, Robert . . Budsburg, Richard . Coffey, Janice . . . Coffey, Pat ....... Corbin, Gary....... Corbin, Pat........ Daly, Cecil....... Daly, Tom.......... Dammen, Don . . . . Dammen, Jackie . . Davis, Bob........ Davis, Jerry...... Dillon, Dennis . . . . Eidsmoe, Marilyn . . Elmer, Barbara . . . Elmer, Kathy .... Emberson, Ken . . . Engebretson, Eugene Engebretson, Ronnie Everson, Phil...... Finley, James. . . . Finley, Virginia . . . Fischer, Walter . . . Flanagan, Bill . . . . Flanagan, Dick . . . Flanagan, John . . . Flanagan, Kathy . . Flanagan, Mary . . . Flannery, Betty . . . Flannery, Jean . . . Flannery, Judy . . . Foesch, Mary .... Fransen, Philip . . . Gebhardt, Ernest . . Gilbertson, Nancy . Goepfert, Bill .... Gunderson, Linda . . Haesler, Marilyn . . Haesler, Shirley . . . Hanson, Dorothy . . , Hanson, Russell . . . Hanson, Sam........ Hassenfelt, Dick . . Hassenfelt, Jerry . . Hawley, Martha . . . Hendrickson, Gary . Hendrickson, Jerry . .................................. 17,30,34,53 ........................7,25,30,31,53,58,59,61 .................................. 17,30,34,52 .................15,38,40,42,45,46,47,49,50,51 .........................................16,48 ......................................17,40,43 ...................................17,28,41,45 .................................. 15,30,32,53 ..........................................7,50 .........................................16,51 .............................16,30,32,34,51,52 ............................ 17,34,44,45,51,52 ........................7,39,40,41,43,45,48,50 ...................... 15,23,28,39,40,43,46,50 ............................. 7,23,41,47,48,49 ...................... 15,35,37,45,47,48,49,53 .......................... 8,40,43,47,48,49,50 ................................17,45,47,49,50 ................................15,30,32,51,53 ................................. 6,8,38,45,50 ............................... 15,35,37,51,52 ............................ 17,34,35,36,51,52 ......................................17,51,52 ...................................17,47,48,50 ........................... 6,8,41,45,46,48,50 ........................................ 15,51 ......................................17,48,50 ..........................17,34,44,45,49,51,53 ............................ 15,34,35,47,49,51 .....................8,30,32,35,37,51,52,53,61 ............................... 15,35,36,52,53 ...................... 15,30,32,47,49,51,53,59 6,9,18,19,20,21,22,23,25,45,47,49,51,58.59,61 ...................... 16,39,40,43.45,46,48,49 .................................. 16,45,47,49 .......................... 9,28,40,43,45,48,59 ....................16,38,39,41,43,45,46,47,49 ....................................9,45,51,61 .........................................16,45 ............................... 15,39,41,42,45 ............................ 16,30,32,43,51,53 .........................................16,51 .................................. 17,47,48,50 .........................................15,51 ............................... 15,45,49,53,58 .................................. 17,40,43,45 .............. 9,24,25,28,30,31,32,33,51,53,61 ................................16,28,45,49,50 ......................................17,48,50 ............................... 10,45,46,50,59 .................................. 17,39,40,42 ......................................10,48,50 ................................17,39,41,42,45 ...................................17,30,45,51 ......................................16,51,53 .........................................15,50 ............................... 10,38,45,59,61 ............................ 15,38,40,43,45,50 ......................... 10,41,45,47,48,50,58 ..................................... 16,47,50 .................. 17,30 ................15,45,51 .................. 17,51 . . . . 17,38,41,43,47,49 16,30,32,34,45,46,51,53 ......................15 70Hermanson, Rolyn.................................................. 11,35,36,45,51,53 Hexom, Sharon...............................................................17,47,48 Isely, Alan.................................................................17,51,53 Isely, Don...............................................................15,41,42,51 Isely, Marlys..................................................... 11,28,39,41,45,50 Jacobson, Rusonda..............................................................17,44 Jaggi, Paul............................................................. 17,34,35,52 Johnson, Dick........................................................ 12,25,51,52,61 Johnson, Ellen...........................................................16,41,43,45 Johnson, Gary...............................................................15,45,51 Johnson, Howard......................................................... 15,30,32,52 Johnson, Leo......................................................... 17,30,32,34,52 Johnson, Marion..........................................................15,41,48,50 Johnson, Nancy....................................6,11,23,25,39,40,43,45,46,47,50,59 Johnson, Phil.........................................................12,30,31,45,51 Kammerud, Lynn....................................................... 16,45,46,47,49 Kammerud, Ronnie......................................................15,23,30,49,52 Landreth, Audrey............................................................17,48,50 Larson, Ann...........................................................16,40,45,47.49 Larson, David..................................................................17,51 Larson, Joanne..................................................12,24,27,41,42,45,50 Lewis, Alan...........................................................16,40,42,45,51 Makos, Martin........................................................... 16,34,35,37 Mason, Bob........................................................... 12,45,51,59,61 Matley, Tamara........................................................17,44,45,47,50 McGinnity, Jim............................ 15,23,30,31,33,35,36,37,40,42,45,46,49,52 Meade, Raymond.................................................................16,51 Meyer, Diane...................................................................16,49 Meyer, Steve...................................................................16,34 Moen, Ruth...............................................................17,41,42,45 Morgan, Mike.................................... 13,30,32,36,40,42,45,49,52.58,59,61 Morgan, Tom................................................. 17,30,34,40,42.45,46,52 Nelson, Elizabeth...........................................................16,47,49 Nelson, Neelian.............................................................17,30,51 Nybroten, Phyllis....................................................... 17,44,45,50 Ommodt, Ann.......................................................................17 Ommodt, Sharon.................................................................15,48 Ommodt, Sheila..............................................................16,48,50 Patterson, Leo.................................................... 13,30,31,51,52,61 Pederson, Diane................................................... 13,25,39,40,42,50 Peterson, Eugene.........................................................16,47,51,53 Quinn, Betty............................................................ 13,48,49,50 Quinn, Russell.......................................................... 15,35,37,52 Ronnerud, Karen......................................................... 17,44,45,47 Rossing, Rosalind...........................................................16,47,49 Schild, Gayle........................................................... 16,47,48,49 Schild, Patti..................................................................15,48 Skinrood, Marcia......................................................17,45,47,48,49 Smith, Barbara.............................14,18,19,20,21,22,39,40,42,45,47,49,50,59 Soper, Sharon........................................................ 16,39,41,42,45 Stamm, Barbara..............................................................17,48,50 Steiner, Kathy..............................................................17,45,50 Steiner, Nathalie.............................................. 14,25,39,40,42,45,50 Steiner, Van...................................................... 15,39,40,42,45,46 Strommen, Janice............................................................17,45,47 Swenson, Calvin................................................................17,51 Thompson, Harold................................................15,30,32,45,46,51,52 Thompson, Janet................................................ 14,39,40,43,45,46,50 Tollakson, Vern................................................... 16,30,34,51,52,53 Vinger, Lorraine.............................................16,39,41,42,45,47,49,50 Waage, Daryl...................................................................17,30 Wenger, Joe.................................................................16,45,52 Wenger, John.............................................................15,30,31,52 Wold, Norman.......................................... 14,23,30,31,45,46,47,49,53,61 Wold, Randy................................................. 15,30,32,47,48,49,51,53 Wyttenbach, Jerry...........................................................16,34,51 Yearous, Beverly..................................................................16 71AUTOGRAPHS 72


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Argyle High School - Treasured Echoes Yearbook (Argyle, WI) online yearbook collection, 1956 Edition, Page 1

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Argyle High School - Treasured Echoes Yearbook (Argyle, WI) online yearbook collection, 1957 Edition, Page 1

1957

Argyle High School - Treasured Echoes Yearbook (Argyle, WI) online yearbook collection, 1961 Edition, Page 1

1961

Argyle High School - Treasured Echoes Yearbook (Argyle, WI) online yearbook collection, 1962 Edition, Page 1

1962

Argyle High School - Treasured Echoes Yearbook (Argyle, WI) online yearbook collection, 1963 Edition, Page 1

1963

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