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

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TREASURED ECHOES VOLUME 13 ARGYLE HIGH SCHOOLFOREWORD Ahoy there, mateys! Join us as we discover the treasures of the 1960-1961 school year. Artist editor Dennis Dillon and his pirate sketches will introduce you to our varied school life. We hope you enjoy searching for treasure in this yearbook, and as the years pass we also hope you will regain many memories of the time spent in Argyle High School. 2FACULTYMr. Morgan is a versatile, active and well-liked man. His many responsibilities as principal of the school are only a part of his duties. Many of the members of the Senior Class know him as an interesting English and Latin teacher as well as a helpful advisor. We appreciate the numerous deeds of service to ail in our school and to the community through his positions as Village Treasurer, Christmas Seal Chairman and active Lions Club member. We admire him for existing on a noon lunch of one chocolate malt. PETER J. MORGAN 4ELISE B. ROSS Mrs. Ross began her undergraduate work at St. Olaf College and obtained her degree from the University of Wisconsin. She first taught here in the 1931-1932 school year. The next years found her engaged as an x-ray technician, a job she still continues during the summer vacation. Teaching called her back to Argyle in January of 1950 and she has been here ever since, teaching English and Speech. Those who have studied under her agree she is an excellent teacher of Shakespeare, grammar and composition. To be credited to her is the much success Argyle High has had in dramatics and forensics. We of the Senior Class can recall many times when her friendly personal advice has helped us through the past four years. Mrs. Ross is both a big-hearted person as well as an ambitious, forthright teacher, and we are pleased to dedicate this edition of "Treasured Echoes" to her. 5FACULTY WAYNE DISCH. Agriculture, FFA, Junior Class Advisor. VERNA BARNES. Home Economics, FHA, Junior Class Advisor. DON SCHOENICK. Band, A Cappella Choir, Annual Advisor, Basketball Scorekeeper, Senior Class Advisor. JO ANNE DUNCAY. Commercial, Freshman Class Advisor.NORMA ARNOT. Art. JERRY YOUNG. Mathematics, Driver Education, Junior Class Advisor. ROBERT ARNOT. Science, Ticket Taker, Senior Class Advisor. KEN ROTH. Social Studies, Physical Education, Basketball and Baseball Coach, Freshman Class Advisor. 7 JAMES PIQUETTE. History, Physical Education, Football and Track Coach, Sophomore Class Advisor.8 Dr. Paul ThompsonCLASSESSENIORS DENNIS DILLON "A man of a few thousand words." Senior Band 1,2,3,4; Pep Band 1,2,3,4; A Cappella Choir 1,2,3,4; Madrigal 2,3,4; Annual Editor 4; Class Officer 2,4; Dramatics 4; Forensics 1,2,3,4; Letter Winner 1,2,3,4. DAN BAHLER "Great men are not always wise." Football 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Letter Winner 1,2,3,4; Future Farmers of America 1,2,3,4. KATHLEEN ELMER "No matter what the discussion, I always find time to disagree." Senior Band 1,2,3,4; Pep Band 2; Cheerleader 1,2; A Cappella Choir 1,2,3,4; Madrigal 2,3,4; Annual Staff 3,4; Class Officer 3; Dramatics 1,2,3,4; Forensics 1, 2,3,4; Letter Winner 2,3,4. MARILYN EIDSMOE "It's a friendly heart that has plenty of friends." A Cappella Choir 1,2,3,4; Dramatics 1,2,3,4; Forensics 1,2,3,4; Library 1, 2,3,4; Future Homemakers of America 1,2,3,4; Winter Ball Attendant 4. 10SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS AND ADVISORS. FIRST ROW: Dennis Dillon, president; Butch Tollakson, vice-president; Lorraine Vinger,secretary; Lynn Kammerud, treasurer. SECOND ROW: Mr. Schoenick, advisor; Mr. Arnot, advisor. EUGENE ENGEBRETSON "Nothing's new, nothing's true and nothing matters." A Cappella Choir 1,2,3,4. PHILLIP EVERSON "It is better to sleep in class than to waste a perfectly good night." Football 1,2,3,4;Track 1,2,3; A Cappella Choir 1,2,3,4; Madrigal 4; Dramatics 1; Letter Winner 2,3,4; FFA 1,2,3,4; FFA Officer 3,4. KATHRYN FLANAGAN "Pretty as a picture; a nice frame too." A Cappella Choir 1,2,4; Dramatics 1; Forensics 1; FHA 1,2,4; FHA Officer 2,4; Homecoming Queen 4; Homecoming Attendant 2. % 11ERNEST GEBHARDT TERRI GAFNER "Don't mistake her for being quiet." A Cappella Choir 2,3,4; FHA 1,2,3,4. SHIRLEY HAESLER "There is no wealth like a quiet mind." A Cappella Choir 3,4; Twirler 3,4; Class Officer 3; Letter Winner 4; FHA 1,2,3,4; FHA Officer 4. "The farmers were founders of civilization." Track 1,2; Library 3,4; FFA 1,2,3,4. These are our senior letter winners. FIRST ROW: Kathy Elmer, Lorraine Vinger, Bobbie Rossing, Ann Larson. SECOND ROW: Ellen Johnson, Shirley Haesler, Dennis Dillion, Joe Wenger, Phill Everson, Jerry Wyttenbach, Lynn Kammerud. THIRD ROW: Dan Bahler, Steve Meyer, Butch Tollakson, Alan Lewis. 12ELLEN JOHNSON "I'm really a little angel; I Just act devilish." Senior Band 1,2,3,4; Pep Band 2,3,4; A Cappella Choir 1,2,3,4; Library 1; FHA 4; FHA Officer 4. ANN LARSON "Yes, it's natural." Senior Band 1,2,3,4; Pep Band 3,4; A Cappella Choir 1,2,3,4; Madrigal 3,4; Annual Staff 3,4; Class Officer 1,2; Dramatics 1,2,3,4; Forensics 1,2,3,4; Library 1; Letter Winner 1,2,3,4; Prom Queen 3; Homecoming Attendant 1; Alfred Ommodt Memorial Award 2. LYNN KAMMERUD "Like granulated sugar, small, sweet and refined." Senior Band 2,3,4; A Cappella Choir 1,2,3,4; Madrigal 2,3,4; Annual Staff 3,4; Class Officer 1,2,4; Dramatics 1, 2,3,4; Forensics 1,2,3,4; Library 1; Letter Winner 2,3,4; Prom Attendant 3. ALAN LEWIS "He's a woman hater; he hates to leave them alone." Senior Band 1,2,3,4; Pep Band 1,2,3,4; A Cappella Choir 1,2,3,4; Letter Winner 2, 3,4; FFA 1,2,3,4. HQ 13 SENIORSSENIORS CELESTINE LOEFFELHOLZ "What she's learned she's forgotten, what she knows she guessed." Library 1,2,3; Forensics 1; Girls' Glee Club 1,2,3. RAYMOND MEADE "He has three speeds: slow, slower and stop." DIANE MEYER "It's a great worker who succeeds." Forensics 1,2; Library 3,4; Badger Girls' State 3. MARTIN MAKOS "The first sign of love is the last of wisdom." Basketball 2,4; FFA 1,2,3,4; Prom Attendant 3; Winter Ball Attendant 4. 14All the Seniors were together in two classes, English and Social Problems. In the foreground we see Alan Lewis and Eugene Peterson deep in concentration while taking a mid-term exam. ELIZABETH NELSON "Full of fun and fancy free,that's the way it's nice to be." A Cappclla Choir 1,3,4; Forensics 1; Library 1,4; FHA 1,4. STEVE MEYER "Women may come and go, but I'll be right behind them." Football 4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Track 1,2, 4; Annual Staff 4; Letter Winner 3,4; Prom King 3. SHEILA OMMODT "The unspoken word never does harm." Library 1,2,3,4; FHA 1,2,3,4. 15SENIORS EUGENE PETERSON "lam a man of few words, therefore I don't have to take so many back." Football 4; Baseball 2,3,4; Track 1; Class Officer 2; Dramatics 2,3,4; Forensics 1; FFA 1,2,3,4; FFA Officer 3. ROSAUND ROSSING "Look at what someone found in a test tube f" Twirler3,4;A Cappella Choir 3,4; Annual Staff 3,4; Class Officer 2; Dramatics 1,2, 3,4; Forensics 1,2,3,4; Library 1; Letter Winner 2,4. SHARON SOPER "Slow and easy, but she gets there just the same." Senior Band 1,2,3,4; Pep Band 1,2,3,4; Student Conductor 4; Band Librarian 4; A Cappella Choir 1,2,3,4; Madrigal 2,3,4; Annual Staff 3,4; Forensics 1,2,3,4; Letter Winner 2,3,4; Prom Attendant 2; Homecoming Attendant 3,4. GAYLE SCHILD "I cannot afford to waste my time thinking." Annual Staff 3,4; Class Officer 1; Dramatics 2,3,4; Forensics 1,2,3,4; Library 1,2,3,4; Letter Winner 1;FHA 3,4. 16LORRAINE VINGER JOE WENGER "School is what you make it; it makes me tired." Football 3; Baseball 1; Band 2; A Cap-pella Choir 3.4: Letter Winner 2; FFA 1. BUTCH TOLL ARSON "I want to be bashful, but the girls won't let me." Football 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,4; Basketball Manager 3; Baseball 1,2,4; Baseball Manager 3; Color Guard 4; Annual Staff 3,4; Business Manager 4; Class Officer 3,4; Letter Winner 3,4; FFA 1,2,3,4; FFA Officer 4; Prom Attendant 3; Homecoming Attendant 1, 3; Homecoming King 4. "She's outspoken sometimes but not by anyone we know." Senior Band 1,2,3,4; PepBand 1,2,3,4; A Cappella Choir 1,2,3,4; Madrigal 3,4; Annual Staff 3,4; Class Officer 4; Dramatics 3; Forensics 1,2,4; Letter Winner 1,2,3,4; FHA 1,2; Prom Attendant 3. ' V JERRY WYTTENBACH "We can't all be great men but that's your tough luck." Football 4; Basketball 1,2; Letter Winner 4;FFA 1,2,3,4;FFA Officer4; Prom Attendant 3; Homecoming Attendant 4. SENIORSJanice Coffey Pat Corbin Cecil Daly Mary Flanagan Dick Flanagan Jean Flannery Mary Foesch Leo Johnson David Larson Tamara Matley Ruth Moen Tom Morgan Neelian Nelson Phyllis Nybroten Ann Ommodt Karen Ronnerud Barbara Stamm Janice Strommen Calvin Swenson Daryl Wadge JUNIORS Kathy Steinei JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS AND ADVISORS. FIRST ROW: Tom Morgan, president Edith Bisegger, vice-president; Joyce Anderson, secretary; Neelian Nelson, treasurer. SECOND ROW: Mr. Young, Mrs. Barnes, advisors.Linda Anderson Ellen Bisegger Duane Bright Sam Conway Barbara Dammen Mary Fischer Barbara Flanner Nancy Fransen John Gierhart Burnell Gilbertson John Haesler Larry Hendrickson Larrv Johnson Linda Kristofferson Margaret Kunnke Tommy Lewis Hope Lofgren James Makos Mary McGinnity Jimmy Meyer Rodney Nybroten Sherry Olson Charles O'Rourke Bradley Ostby Wally Reed Kathy Rufenacht Carol Severson Haila Skinrood SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS AND ADVISORS. FIRST ROW: Judy Tollakson, president; Kathy Rufenacht, secretary; Sherry Olson, treasurer. SECOND ROW: Mr. Piquette, advisor. Not pictured:Mrs. Ross, advisor. Mary Steiner Judy Tollakson Judy Wenger SOPHOMORESDavid Ayen Anne Brattrud Kenneth Daly Kenneth Elmer Sharon Everson Mary Flanagan Diane Flanery Beatrice Flannery John Foesch Urs Gafner John Gebhardt Diana Hagen Dorian Hermanson Angeline Isely David Johnson Sharon Jacobson Peter Jaggi Gene Kolb Jack Larson Lucy Loeffelholz Marilyn Nelson Marjorie Nelson Billy Nipple Denita Nybroten Jim Patterson Randy Paulson Carol Peterson Linda Ronnerud Donnie Rossing Pat Schellenger Mary Lou Severson David Skattum Judy Skattum R. J. Swenson Linda Thompson Ronnie Waage Mary Wenger Margaret Wold Carol Wyss FRESHMEN CLASS OFFICERS, FIRST ROW: Donnie Rossing, president; Kenny Elmer, vice-president; Jim Patterson, secretary; Sharon Jacobson, treasurer. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Dung ay, Mr. Roth, advisors.SCIENCE Science today plays an ever increasing part in our lives. New medicines are discovered, rockets and missiles are shot into space and radioactive isotopes are used. These all are advances being made in Science. The student of today is urged to take more science courses than ever before. Here at Argyle High General Science, Biology, Chemistry and Physics are offered. With the aid of several National Science Foundation scholarships Mr. Arnot has been able to acquire an up-to-date background in Biology and Chemistry. He has introduced new equipment to our classes and has taught us much about the effects of radiation upon mankind. The above picture shows Mr. Arnot showing Kenneth Daly and Ronnie Waage the correct use of a new microscope during a General Science class. MATHEMATICS Algebra, Geometry, Advanced Math and Trigonometry are the courses offered by our Mathematics department. Math has become one of the more important subjects in Argyle High School because in the space age it is becoming necessary to have a good background in mathematics to secure a professional position. The classes offered in Math at Argyle fulfill any college requirements. In the picture Hope Lofgren of the sophomore Geometry class is illustrating the procedure of bisecting an angle while Margaret Kuhnke, Mr. Young and the rest of the class look on. 22HOME ECONOMICS Home Economics covers all phases oi homemaking and is designed to meet the needs of girls who intend to make a career in Home Economics as well as those who may not be going to college. Future Homemakers of America is an organization which can be joined by all girls in Home Ec. Gathered around the stoves are Sally Loeffelholz, Phyllis Nybroten, Mrs. Barnes, Ann Ommodt, Kathy Steiner and Tamara Matley who seem to be preparing a delicious meal. ART This is the first year in which Art is part of the high school curriculum. The class is quite popular with the students and many of them are finding out how diversified the field of art study is. The students have been learning the basic principles, which include color,balance,form, light, composition and many others. Engrossed in their project of toothpick sculpture, a study in the third dimension, are seated: Marilyn Eidsmoe, Margaret Wold, Anne Marie Brattrud and Pat Corbin. AGRICULTURE Agriculture is offered to the students for all four years, with a great variety of subject matter presented. Each student enrolled in Ag. is required to carry an active farm project. All the Ag. boys belong to Future Farmers of America. In the picture we see Ernest Gebhardt, Phil Everson and Alan Lewis testing corn for moisture content. 23ENGLISH The bulletin board of the English department shows drawings and photographs depicting scenes from Shakespeare. The laborers are Ann Larson and Rosalind Ros-sing. BUSINESS EDUCATION Another of the very important areas of training in our school is the Business Education department. Many of our students receive valuable preparation for the business world which prepares them for jobs immediately Sifter graduation. Mr. Maroushek, a new second semester teacher, is showing Diane Meyer where she made an error in shorthand transcription. LATIN Those students who desire to take a foreign language for college entrance requirements find that Latin,taught by Mr. Morgan, is an interesting as well as a helpful course. Only a portion of the Latin students are in the picture to the right. 24SPEECH We can be justifiably proud of the work done by the Speech department. Although special emphasis is given to speech during the Freshman year, all students are expected to follow those basic rules of speech in all their classes. Extra help is given by Mrs. Ross and Mr. Maroushek to those students participating in forensics contests. On the right we see Randy Paulson as he gets prepared for his speech at our local forensics contest. HISTORY Dennis Dillon is trying to get the attention of his World History teacher. This course is an elective for all students. The other history course, American history, is required of all Juniors. SOCIAL STUDIES The two Social Studies courses offered this year are required courses. All Seniors must take Social Problems and all Freshmen must take Citizenship. One section of the Citizenship class is shown listening to a lecture by Mr. Roth. 25HONOR ROLL In this academic section we of the Annual Staff are proud to present the members of our school who have attained scholastic honors and who have achieved a place of distinction by being on the mid-term honor roll. SOPHOMORES. FIRST ROW: Sam Conway, Duane Bright. SECOND ROW: Sherry Olson, Haila Skinrood, Mary McGinnity. FRESHMEN. FIRST ROW: Marjorie Nelson, Linda Ronnerud, Marilyn Nelson, Carol Peterson. SECOND ROW: John Foesch, Don Rossing, David Johnson, John Gebhardt. JUNIORS. FIRST ROW: Larry Adler, Jon Aim. SECOND ROW: Ruth Moen, Mary Foesch, Joyce Anderson. SENIORS. FIRST ROW: Gayle Schild, Kathy Elmer, Lynn Kammerud. SECOND ROW: Rosalind Rossing, Kathy Flanagan, Lorraine Vinger, Ann Larson. Absent: Elizabeth Nelson. 26ACTIVITIESFIRST ROW: R. J. Swenson, Edith Bisegger, Sharon Soper, Ellen Johnson, Joyce Anderson, Sharon Jacobson, Judy Tollakson. SECOND ROW: Elizabeth Nelson, Terri Gafner, Barbara Dammen, Gene Engebretson, Dorian Hermanson, Ann Larson, Martha Hawley, Kathy Elmer. THIRD ROW: Dick Flanagan, Cecil Daly, Sherry Olson, Rosalind Ros-sing, Tamara Matley, David Larson, Sam Conway. FOURTH ROW: Jimmy Meyer, John Gierhart, Phil Fransen, Larry Hendrickson, Phil Everson, Alan Lewis, Jack Larson, Joe Wenger. A CAPPELLA CHOIR 28FIRST ROW: Janice Strommen, David Johnson, Shirley Haesler, Margaret Wold, Bradley Ostby, Karen Ronnerud, Ellen Bisegger, Lynn Kammerud. SECOND ROW: Hope Lofgren, Vincent Barnes, Duane Bright, Donnie Rossing, John Foesch, Dennis Dillon, Kenny Elmer. THIRD ROW: Mary Foesch, Nancy Fransen, Ruth Ann Moen, Kathy Steiner, Mary Steiner, Rusonda Jacobson, Linda Ronnerud, Marilyn Eidsmoe. FOURTH ROW: Tom Morgan, Urs Gafner, Mary McGinnity, Haila Skinrood, Lorraine Vinger, Kathy Flanagan, Kathy Rufenacht. The A Cappella Choir is a select group of 60 singers. Performances are given at the annual Christmas and Spring Concerts and at the District Music Festival in which the group competes in Class A. The highlight of the year was their appearance in Milwaukee for the New Materials Music Clinic of the State Teachers' Convention. 29FIRST ROW: Dennis Dillon, Ann Larson, Richard Flanagan, Sandra Swenson, Sharon Swenson, Maureen Coffey. SECOND ROW: Linda Coffey, Sara Jo Thompson, Linda Thompson, Sheree Kammerud, Carol Wyss, Janice Strom-men, James Wyss, Barbara Dammen, Martha Hawley. THIRD ROW: Duane Bright, Tom Morgan, Mary Steiner, Ellen Bisegger, Bob Amot, Pat Schellenger, R. J. Swenson, Karen McGinnity, Jay Wenger, Jackie Larson, Haila Skinrood. FOURTH ROW: Susan Flannery, Jean Flannery, Paul Jaggi, Don Rossing, John Gierhart, Alan Lewis, Phil Fransen. SENIOR BAND This year's Senior Band is the largest in the history of Argyle High School. The concert band has a membership of 62 playing members: seven flutes, eleven clarinets, one alto clarinet,two bass clarinets,four alto saxophones,three tenor saxophones, one baritone saxophone, nine trumpets, six French horns, three baritones, six trombones, three tubas and six percussion. In addition to the above instrumentation the marching band adds two tenor drums, four twirlers,one majorette and four color guards bringing the total membership to 73 members. The major appearances of the band included the University of Wisconsin Band Day, the Christmas Concert, the District Music Festival, Spring Concert, Commencement and Memorial Day Services. We're proud of one of the finest bands in this area of the country. 30FIRST ROW: Karen Anderson, Kitty Meyer, Karen Ronnerud, Lynn Kammerud, Susan McGinnity, Ellen Johnson. SECOND ROW: Angeline Isely, Linda Ronnerud, Kathy Elmer, Larry Hendrickson, Marjorie Nelson, Kay Smith, Margaret Wold, Stevie Morgan, Ruth Moen, Mary Foesch. THIRD ROW: Nancy Fransen, John Foesch, Vincent Bames, Sherry Olson, Urs Gafner, Sharon Everson, Stevie Martinson, Bradley Ostby, Leo Marti, Janet Williams, Lorraine Vinger, Mary Ann Flanagan, Mary McGinnity, Sharon Soper. FOURTH ROW: Joyce Anderson, Rosalind Rossing, Kathy Steiner, Shirley Haesler,Mary Jane Wenger, Sam Conway, Jim Meyer, Butch Tollakson, Joe Wenger. During our three rehearsal periods in each week the band works very hard learning the finer points of music. This view of the band in action shows Mr. Schoenick directing the flutes, horns, bass clarinets, trombones and tenor saxes in a rousing march. 31FIRST ROW: Bemie McDonald, Kennlyn Gunderson, David Phillipson, Kristine Aim, Mark Anderson. SECOND ROW: Randy Paulson, David Skattum, Sharon Everson, Marjorie Nelson, Angeline Isely. THIRD ROW: Jimmie Smith Eddie Cavigan, Jerry Smith, Tom McGinnity, Neale Tollakson. Susan Flannery. JUNIOR BAND PEP BAND FIRST ROW: Dick Flanagan, Ann Larson, Dennis Dillon, Ellen Johnson. SECOND ROW: Duane Bright, Mary Steiner, Ellen Bisegger, Pat Schellenger, Ruth Moen, Mary Foesch. THIRD ROW: Bradley Ostby, Lorraine Vinger, Mary McGinnity, Sharon Soper, Vincent Barnes, Sherry Olson. FOURTH ROW: Cecil Daly, Alan Lewis, Phil Fransen, Haila Skinrood.MADRIGAL GROUP The Madrigal Group is made up of selected singers from the A Cappella Choir. It performs at concerts, participates in music festivals, goes caroling and has fun at its annual bowling party. The group is available for performance at almost any time since it has built quite an extensive repertoire of numbers. The members devote much time in practicing and can be found at school every Monday night for an hour and a half. FIRST ROW: Karen Ronnerud, Kathy Steiner, Ann Larson, Lynn Kammerud. SECOND ROW: Kathy Elmer, Lorraine Vinger, Ruth Ann Moen, Sharon Soper. THIRD ROW: Dennis Dillon, Mary Kay McGinnity, Kathy Rufenacht, Duane Bright. FOURTH ROW: Tom Morgan, Dick Flanagan, Phil Fransen, Phill Everson. MIXED QUARTET The four outstanding voices of each section of the Madrigal Group are picked for the Mixed Quartet. Each member is a soloist in his own right having performed solos at concerts. The singers Karen Ronnerud, soprano; Phil Fransen, bass; Tom Morgan, tenor and Kathy Elmer, alto. 33SENIOR ANNUAL STAFF. FIRST ROW: Gayle Schild, Kathy Elmer, Sharon Soper, Lynn Kammerud. SECOND ROW: Ann Larson, Lorraine Vinger, Bobbi Rossing THIRD ROW: Dennis Dillon, Editor; Butch Tollakson, Business Manager; Steve Meyer; Mr. Schoenick, Advisor. TREASURED ECHOES STAFF Eachyearthe annual staff tries to bring new ideas into the newest edition of "Treasured Echoes." We hope theme of pirates and treasure as sketched by artist Dennis Dillon adds to your enjoyment of this book. JUNIOR ANNUAL STAFF. FIRST ROW: Leo Johnson, Paul Jaggi, Karen Ronnerud, Jean Flannery. SECOND ROW: Edith Bisegger, Kathy Steiner, Tamara Matley, Janice Coffey, Martha Hawley. THIRD ROW: Barbara Stamm, Mary Foesch, David Larson, Ruth Moen, Pat Corbin. FOURTH ROW: Vincent Barnes, RichardBudsberg, Phil Fransen, Larry Adler, Tom Mprgan.FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA FIRST ROW: Phil Everson, Neelian Nelson,David Larson, Jerry Wyttenbach, Vem Tollakson, Cecil Daly. SECOND ROW: Charles O'Rourke, Leo Johnson, John Gebhardt, Jim Patterson, Gene Kolb, James Makos, Randy Paulson. THIRD ROW: David Ayen, Sam Conway, John Haesler, Ken Daly, Joe Wenger, Larry Johnson, Mr. Disch, Advisor. FOURTH ROW: Richard Budsberg, Billy Nipple, Burnell Gilbertson, Ernest Gebhardt, Gene Peterson, Phil Fransen, Tommy Lewis. FIFTH ROW: Robert Bredeson, Jerry Hassenfelt, Calvin Swenson, Dan Bahler, Martin Makos, Sam Hanson, Alan Lewis. FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA FIRST ROW: Tamara Matley, Shirley Haesler, Kathy Flanagan, Mary Foesch. SECOND ROW: Ellen Bisegger, Phyllis Nybroten, Ann Ommodt, Mary Lou Severson, Sharon Everson, Carol Severson, Mrs. Barnes, Advisor. THIRD ROW: Ellen Johnson, Gayle Schild, Linda Thompson, Sheila Ommodt, Angeline Isely, Linda Anderson, Judy Tollakson. FOURTH ROW: Lucy Lieffelholz, Diane Flanery, Terri Gafner, Carol Peterson, Linda Kristofferson, Barbara Stamm, Kathy Steiner. FIFTH ROW: Marilyn Eidsmoe, Elizabeth Nelson, Diana Hagen, Sally Loeffelholz, Kathy Rufenacht, Beatrice Flannery. 35DRAMATICS AND FORENSICS FIRST ROW: Bradley Ostby, Gayle Schild, Marjorie Nelson, Judy Tollakson, Linda Thompson, Mary Fischer, Karen Ronnerud, LynnKammerud. SECOND ROW: Ellen Bisegger, Edith Bisegger, Martha Hawley, Marilyn Nelson, Bobbi Rossing, Sharon Soper, Kathy Steiner, Barbara Dammen, Mary Steiner. THIRD ROW: Margaret Wold, Jim Patterson, Linda Ronnerud, Barbara Flannery, Sherry Olson, Ann Larson, Ruth Moen, Marilyn Eidsmoe, Mrs. Ross, Advisor. FOURTH ROW: Mary Kay McGinnity, Lorraine Vinger, Cecil Daly, Eugene Peterson, Kathy Rufenacht, Tamara Matley, Dennis Dillon, Kenny Elmer. LIBRARY FIRST ROW: Edith Bisegger, Gayle Schild, Diane Meyer, Linda Thompson, Judy Tollakson, Sheila Ommodt. SECOND ROW: Jim Patterson, Marilyn Eidsmoe, Elizabeth Nelson, Rusonda Jacobson, Carol Peterson. THIRD ROW: Margaret Wold, Diana Hagen, Kathy Rufenacht, Ernest Gebhardt, Margaret Kuhnke, Denita Nybroten. 36ATHLETICS VFIRST ROW: Joe Wenger, Tom Morgan, Butch Tollakson, Sam Conway, Jerry Wyttenbach, Phill Everson. SECOND ROW: Daryl Waage, Phil Fransen, Jimmy Meyer, John Gierhart, John Haesler, Steve Meyer. THIRD ROW: Coach Piquette, Jackie Larson, Larry Adler, Kenny Elmer, Eugene Peterson, Gene Kolb, Larry Johnson, Coach Roth. FOOTBALL The football team of 1960 did very well this season considering that only eighteen boys participated and for half of them it was their first season out. Instead of choosing one player as most valuable the honor went to all of the boys. The starting eight were Butch Tollakson, Joe Wenger, Tom Morgan, Steve Meyer, Phil Fransen, Phill Everson, Sam Conway and Jerry Wyttenbach. As honorary captain the team chose Butch Tollakson. When the season ended we had won three games and lost four and were in fifth place in the league standings. Results of games Argyle Opponents 7............ Belleville.................20 0............ New Clarus ................13 18........... Juda........................6 13........... Brooklyn ..................12 13 .......... Blanchardville ............24 34 ......... Brodhead ..................12 7 ......... Orfordville................27 Assistant Football Coach Ken Roth and Head Coach Jim Piquette were successful in building a very small squad of boys into a team that represented Argyle well. 38Prior to the game Captain Butch Tollakson meets with the officials and opposing co-captains, and a flip of the coin decides which team starts the game with the kickoff. The play and snap signal have been given in the huddle, the team has come forward to the line and are in formation, the signal is given and the team breaks out low and hard against the opposition. Butch Tollakson (25) takes off around right end while Phil Fran-sen (85) tries to block for him. Jerry Wyttenbach (55) is after his second block on this play. 39Coach Ken Roth, Robert Bredeson,Butch Tollakson, Duane Bright, Vincent Barnes, Leo Johnson, Jon Aim,Tom Morgan, Martin Makos, Jimmy Meyer, Steve Meyer. VARSITY BASKETBALL SCORES OF GAMES STATE LINE LEAGUE FINAL TEAM STANDINGS 48 . . . Blanchardville . 76 47 . . . Belleville .... 64 49 . . . Monticello ... 61 42 . . . Brooklyn........35 56 . . . New Glarus ... 57 49 . . . Juda............62 36 . . . Brodhead .... 80 46 . . . Orfordville ... 63 35 . . . Blanchardville . 69 55 . . . Belleville .... 57 50 . . . Albany..........63 58 . . . Albany..........49 44 . . . Monticello ... 91 37 . . . Brooklyn........45 47 . . . New Glarus ... 62 Argyle Opponents Blanchardville. . . 17 ... 1 . . . Albany .... 8 . . . . 10 41 . . . New Glarus . . . 49 Orfordville .... . 15 . . . 3 . . . . New Glarus . . . . 6 . . . 12 59 . . . Juda . 45 Brodhead . 14 . . . 4 . . . . ARGYLE . . . . . . 3 . . . 15 45 . . . Brodhead . . . . . 70 Monticello .... . 13 . . . 5 . . . . Brooklyn . . . . . . 3 . . . 15 38 . . . Orfordville . . . 56 Belleville . . 9 . . . 9 . . . Juda Lack of experience contributed greatly to our team's not-too-impressive record this year. The leading scorer was sophomore Duane Bright with 204 p oints for an average of 11.3 per game. He also led in most field goals with 80 for the eighteen conference games. Butch Tollak-son led the team in free throws attempted (81), free throws made (46) and free throws missed (35). Robert Bredeson Had the distinction of collecting the most fouls with 59. Tom Morgan had the best field goal percentage, 41.0%, and Duane Bright had a free throw percentage of 64.7%. 40Junior guard Tom Morgan evades an opponent’s hip as he lays up the ball after a fast break. Duane Bright follows for the possible rebound. Butch Tollakson, Jimmy Meyer and a Brod-head player are struggling for the rebound. We wonder if the officials blew the whistle on Butch. During the time between the Varsity and Junior Varsity games as well as at half-time, the Pep Band sits on the stage and entertains the crowd and also lends its support to some of the cheers. The grade students who sit on risers on the stage keep time to the music. The reaction of the Argyie crowd is wonderful to behold. The cheering section really lets the team know that their efforts are appreciated, win or lose. VARSITY CHEERLEADERS Joyce Anderson, Martha Hawley, Judy Tollakson, Janice Strommen. 42 JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL FIRST ROW: Ronnie Waage, Larry Adler, John Gierhart, Neelian Nelson, Jackie Larson. SECOND ROW: Manager Cecil Daly, R. J. Swenson, Donnie Rossing, John Haesler, Kenny Elmer, David Johnson, Coach Jim Piquette. J. V. CHEERLEADERS Judy Skattum, Mary Jane Wenger, Hope Lofgren, Kathy Rufenacht. 43FIRST ROW: Leo Johnson, Duane Bright, Jon Aim, Butch Tollakson, Tom Morgan, Dan Bahler, Jimmy Meyer. SECOND ROW: Gene Kolb, Kenny Elmer, Daryl Waage, Vincent Barnes, Paul Jaggi, Richard Budsberg, Jack Larson, David Johnson. THIRD ROW: Robert Bredeson, Larry Adler, Kenneth Daly, Billy Nipple, John Haesler, Burnell Gilbertson. FOURTH ROW: John Gebhardt, Peter Jaggi, Larry Hendrickson, Gene Peterson, David Ayen, Randy Paulson, Coach Roth. BASEBALL Demonstrating his bunting technique is Leo Johnson while Dan Bahler and Jon Aim look on. The catcher is Tom Morgan. 44Getting set for a fast start we find Butch Tol-lakson, Cecil Daly, David Larson, Sam Conway, Alan Isely and Phil Fransen with Coach Piquette giving them the signal. TRACK FIRST ROW: Wally Reed, Phil Fransen, David Larson, Alan Isely, Sam Conway, Vincent Barnes, Cecil Daly. SECOND ROW: Kenny Elmer, John Foesch, Butch Tollakson, Jerry Hassenfelt, John Gierhart, Jimmy Meyer, R. J. Swenson. THIRD ROW: Coach Piquette, Dick Flanagan, John Haesler, Larry Adler, Robert Bredeson, Burnell Gilbertson, Kenny Daly.INTRAMURAL SPORTS AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION Six Senior boys, Martin Makos, Jerry Wyttenbach, Steve Meyer, Butch Tollakson, Gene Engebretson and Joe Wenger, here demonstrate volleyball which is learned and practiced in physical education classes. It looks as though Steve has missed but Butch is backing him up and will return the bird to Gene and Joe. Badminton is one of the intramural sports in which singles and doubles tournaments are held. Archery is also taught in phy. ed. classes. Besides being a lot of fun it canalsobe helpful since in our area there is a special bow and arrow season for hunting deer. The archers are Butch and Joe.STUDENT LIFEA huge, sprawling octopus provided the theme for the Senior Class float. "WeOctopush 'Em Back" won second prize. HOMECOMING The car carrying the Queen and her attendants was driven by Mrs. Paul Bredeson. From left to right the girls are Mary Ann Flanagan, Freshman; Judy Tollak-son, Sophomore; Kathy Flanagan, Queen; Edith Biseg-ger, Junior; Sharon Soper, Senior. First prize for the outstanding float in the homecoming parade was won by the Juniors with "Let's Noc 'Em Koo-Koo." When the hour was struck the head of a member of the rival team appeared thru the opening and Alan Isely knocked the koo-koo koo-koo. rhe fierce-looking lion tamer is none other than fear-ess Tommy Lewis. Too bad he had to face a paper ind wire lion. "Let's Tame Brooklyn" was awarded hird place.Queen Kathy Flanagan is being crowned by King Butch Tcllakson. From left to right the attendants with their escorts are Mary Flanagan and Jackie Larson, Judy Tollakson and John Haesler, Edith Biseg-ger and Phil Fransen, and Sharon Soper and Jerry Wyttenbach. During the half-time of the game a spirited performance was put on by the band and corps of twirlers. Here we see them performing a precision dance step to the jazzy tune, "Hit 'Em Low." Leading the homecoming parade is the excellent Ar-gyle High School band under the direction of Majorette Joyce Anderson. Joyce is a junior and will be back again next year. Her capability is greatly appreciated by Mr. Schoenick. "We're Loyal to You, Argyle High." This is the traditional "A" and salute to the students, players and alumni of our school. The entire day was a success; the parade showed effort well spent by the classes in preparation of floats, the band did its usual fine job, and the football team won the game.Queen Ann Larson and King Steve MeyerGRADES FIRST GRADE FIRST ROW: Diane Wyttenbach, Elizabeth Nall, Mary Jo Crotty, Diane Watkins. SECOND ROW: Carla Nysted, Gary Stamm, Mary Lynn Dunlavy, Christy Coffey. THIRD ROW: Curtis Rikli, John Elmer, Ten Disch, Stanley Campbell. FOURTH ROW: Kem Anderson, Karen Wenger, Jimmie Pen-niston, Geri McGinnity. SECOND GRADE FIRST ROW: David Schild, Georgia Hunter, Bruce Tollakson, James Wenger. SECOND ROW: Ricky Phillipson, Gretchen Nelson, David Hanson, Mary Kay Hagen. THIRD ROW: David Thompson, Joe Rossing, Rhonda VIasak, Sonj a Martinson. FOURTH ROW: Janice Rufenacht, Kathy Dunlavy, Jan Kohler, Kim Bahe. THIRD GRADE FIRST ROW: Greg Rossing, Gary Rossing, Janet McDonald. SECOND ROW: Susan Bahe, Tom Arnot, Donnie Siegenthaler, Angela Campbell. THIRD ROW: Stevie Nelson, Betty Gavigan, Patsy Martinson. FOURTH ROW: Mike Disch, Pat Dunlavy, Mark Anderson, Mike Schellenger. Absent: John Soper. FOURTH GRADE FIRST ROW: Andy Anderson, Allen Wenger, Wayne Rossing, Patty McDonald, Irene Elmer. SECOND ROW: Mark Tollakson, Debra Schild, Susan Crotty, Stevie Nall. THIRD ROW: Jeff Williams, John Williams, Connie Munson, Mike Dunlavy. FOURTH ROW: Margaret Rossing, LaVerne Lofgren, David Ostby. 54FIFTH GRADE SIXTH GRADE FIRST ROW: Tommy Lee Nall, Bernie McDonald. SECOND ROW: Mark Anderson, Billy Johnson, Stuart Campbell. THIRD ROW: Connie Meyer, Barbara Swenson, Mary Jo Schellenger. FOURTH ROW: Eddie Gavigan, Tom McGinnity, David Phillipson. Absent: Tommy Coffey. SEVENTH GRADE FIRST ROW: Stevie Elmer, Diana Severson, Grace Stamm, Jimmie Smith. SECOND ROW: Kristine Aim, Janet Williams, Stevie Campbell, Susan Flannery, Donnie Moen. THIRD ROW: Sandra Swenson, Sharon Swenson, Karen Anderson, Linda Coffey. FOURTH ROW: Nicki Thompson, Bob Arnot, Dean Hort, Sherman Olson, John Dunlavy. FIRST ROW: Diane Crotty, Kay Smith, Sheree Kammerud. SECOND ROW: Jay Wenger, Stevie Martinson, Maureen Coffey. THIRD ROW: Neale Tollakson, Mike Hagen, Jane Schellenger, Jerry Smith. FOURTH ROW: Jackie Wyss, Linda Sie-genthaler, Diane Burreson. Absent: Karen McGinnity, Mary Soper, Sara Jo Thompson. EIGHTH GRADE FIRST ROW: Robert Moen, Terry Hanson, David Anderson. SECOND ROW: Steve Morgan, Dennis Burreson, Bennie Stamm, Norma Penniston. THIRD ROW: Donnie Hendrickson, Kitty Meyer, Phillip Emberson. FOURTH ROW: Leo Marti, Susan McGinnity, Kennlyn Gunderson, James Wyss. 55GRADE SCHOOL FACULTY FIRST ROW: Marjorie Anderson, third and fourth grades;Don Schoenick, music; Florence Pen-niston, first grade. SECOND ROW: Francis Smith, seventh and eighth grades; Ken Roth, physical education; Jim Piquette, physical education. THIRD ROW: Clarice Hildenbrand, second and third grades; Eleanor Pederson, fifth and sixth grades; Norma Arnot, art. ART These seventh and eighth grade students are experiencing some of the enjoyment of block printing Christmas designs. Susan McGinnity is applying pressure on a block to transfer the design to paper while Kitty Meyer is cutting the linoleum surface of a block and Dennis Burreson is inking another. The media with which these first graders are experimenting is tempera. Around the table are Diane Wyttenbach, John Elmer, Karen Wenger, Ceri McGinnity and Gary Stamm. 56FIRST ROW: Barbara Swenson, Bernie McDonald, Tommy Lee Nall, Tommy Coffey, Stuart Campbell, Billy Johnson, Mark Tollakson, Sheree Kammerud. SECOND ROW: Mary Jo Schellenger, Jimmie Smith, Jerry Smith, Neale Tollakson, David Phillipson, Connie Meyer, Maureen Coffey, Jane Schellenger, Kay Smith. THIRD ROW: Jay Wenger, David Anderson, Mike Hagen, Eddie Gavigan, Stevie Elmer, Karen McGinnity, Tom McGinnity, Stevie Martinson, Diana Severson, Grace Stamm. FOURTH ROW: Susan Flannery, Donnie Moen, Janet Williams, Diane Burre-son, Kristine Aim, Nicki Thompson, Stevie Campbell, Jackie Wyss, Linda Siegenthaler, Norma Penniston. FIFTH ROW: Terry Hanson, Sharon Swenson, Sandra Swenson, John Dunlavy, Dean Hort, Dennis Burreson, Stevie Morgan, Bobbie Amot, Karen Anderson, Robert Moen. SIXTH ROW: Sherman Olson, Phillip Emberson, Linda Coffey, Kitty Meyer, Kennlyn Gunderson, Leo Marti, Susan McGinnity, James Wyss, Donnie Hendrickson, Bennie Stamm. GRADE CHORUS Even the lower grades get into the act. Here we see them practicing for the Christmas Concert. The "Seven Joys of Christmas" are from left to right: Connie Munson, Jeff Williams, Debra Sch-ild, Wayne Rossing, Irene Elmer, Pattie McDonald, John Williams. 57GRADE ATHLETICS FIRST ROW: Terry Hanson, Bennie Stamm, Leo Marti, Sherman Olson, Phillip Emberson. SECOND ROW: John Dunlavy, Bobby Amot, Dennis Burreson, Stevie Morgan, Dean Hort, Robert Moen. THIRD ROW: Stevie Elmer, Stevie Campbell, David Anderson, Donnie Moen, Jimmie Smith. BASKETBALL FIRST ROW: Jimmie Smith, David Anderson, Terry Hanson, Stevie Morgan, Bobby Amot, Stevie Elmer. SECOND ROW: Bennie Stamm, Donnie Hendrickson, Leo Marti, James Wyss, Dennis Burreson. 58ADVERTISINGATTENTION PLEASE! all purchasers of this 1961 yearbook. 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Crotty, Mary Jo (1)..................................54 Crotty, Susan (4)....................................54 Daly, Cecil (11).................. 18,28,32,35,36,43,45 Daly, Kenneth (9)....................... 20,22,35,44,45 Dammen, Barbara (10)....................... 19,28,29,36 Dillon, Dennis (12) .... 10,11,12,25,29,30,32,33,34,36 Disch, Mike (3).......................................54 aesler, Shirley (12). Hagen, Diana (9)...............................20 35,36 Hagen, Mary Kay (2)..................................54 Hagen, Mike (6)...................................55,57 Hanson, David (2).................................52,54 Hanson, Sam (11)..................................18,35 Hanson, Terry (8)............................. 55,57,58 Hassenfelt, Jerry (11)....................... 18, 35,45 70Hawley, Martha (11)................ 18,28,30,34,36,42 Hendrickson, Donnie (8)...................... 55,57,58 Hendrickson, Larry (10)................... 19,28,31,44 Hermanson, Dorian (9)........................... 20,28 Hildenbrand, Mrs. Clarice (T).......................56 Hort, Dean (7)............................... 55,57,58 Hunter, Georgia (2).................................54 Isely, Alan (11)..............................18,45,48 Isely, Angeline (9)....................... 20,31,32,35 Jacobson, Rusonda (11)........................18,29,36 Jacobson, Sharon (9).............................20,28 Jaggi, Paul (11).......................... 18,30,34,44 Jaggi, Peter (9).................................20,44 Johnson, Billy (5)...............................55,57 Johnson, David (9)..................... 20,26,29,43,44 Johnson, Ellen (12)................. 12,13,28,31,32,35 Johnson, Larry (10).......................... 19,35,38 Johnson, Leo (11)...................... 18,34,35,40,44 Kammerud, Lynn (12) .................... 11,12,13,26,29,31,33,34,36,51,52 Kammerud, Sheree (6)........................ 29,55,57 Kohler, Jan (2)................................... 54 Kolb, Eugene (9)......................... 20,35,38,44 Kristofferson, Linda (10)........................19,35 Kuhnke, Margaret (10)....................... 19,22,36 Larson, Ann (12) . .12,13,24,26,28,30,32,33,34,36,50,52 Larson, David (11) . . ................ 18,28,34,35,45 Larson, Jackie (9)............... 20,28,30,38,43,44,49 Lewis, Alan (12).............. 12,13,15,23,28,30,32,35 Lewis, Tommy (10).............................19,35,48 Loeffelholz, Lucy (9)............................20,35 Loeffelholz, Sally (12).......................14,23,35 Lofgren, Hope (10)........................ 19,22,29,43 Lofgren, LaVerne (4)................................54 Makos, James (10)............................... 19,35 Makos, Martin (12).................. 14,35,40,46,51,52 Maroushek, Mr. Howard (T)..................... . 24 Marti, Leo Martinsonj Martinson, Sonja (2)................................54 Martinson, Stevie (6)........................ 31,55,57 Matley, Tamara (11)................. 18,23,28,34,35,36 McDonald, Bemie (5).......................... 32,55,57 McDonald, Janet (3).................................54 McDonald, Pattie (4)............................ 54,57 McGinnity, Geri (1)..............................54,56 McGinnity, Karen (6)......................... 30,55,57 McGinnity, Mary (10) . . ........ 19,26,29,31,32,33,36 McGinnity, Susan (8)...................... 31,55,56,57 McGinnity, Tom (5)........................... 32,55,57 o (8)............................. 31,55,57,58 , Patsy (3)................................ 54 Meade, Raymond (12). . . . Meyer, Connie (5)......... Meyer, Diane (12)......... Meyer, James (10)......... Meyer, Kitty (8).......... Meyer, Steve (12)......... Moen, Donnie (7).......... Moen, Robert (8).......... Moen, Ruth (11)........... Morgan, Mr. P. J. (T)..... Morgan, Stevie (8)........ Morgan, Tom (11).......... Munson, Connie (4)........ Nall, Elizabeth (1)....... Nall, Stevie (4).......... Nall, Tommy Lee (5)....... Nelson, Elizabeth (12) . . . . Nelson, Gretchen (2)...... Nelson, Marilyn (9)....... Nelson, Marjorie (9)...... Nelson, Neelian (11)...... Nelson, Stephen (3)....... Nipple, Billy (9)......... Nybroten, Denita (9)...... Nybroten, Phyllis (11) . . . . Nybroten, Rodney (10) . . . . Nysted, Carla (1)......... Olson, Sherman (8)........ Olson, Sherry (10)........ Ommodt, Ann (11).......... Ommodt, Sheila (12)....... O'Rourke, Charles (10) . . . . Ostby, Bradley (10)....... Ostby, David (4).......... Patterson, James (9)...... Paulson, Randall (9)...... Pederson, Mrs. Eleanor (T) . 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Ross, Mrs. Elise (T)...... ........................14 .........................55 ..................14,24,36 . . 19,28,31,38,40,41,44,45 ............... 31,55,56,57 12,15,34,38,40,41,46,50,52 .................. 55,57,58 ................. 55,57,58 . . 18,26,29,31,32,33,34,36 ......................4,24 ............... 31,55,57,58 18,29,30,33,34,38,40,41,44 ......................54,57 ....................... 54 ........................54 .................... 55,57 ............... 15,28,35,36 .........................54 ....................20,26 ........... 20,26,31,32,36 ...................18,35,43 ........................ 54 .................. 20,35,44 ......................20,36 ..................18,23,35 ......................19,20 ........................54 .................. 55,57,58 ......... 19,26,28,31,32,36 ..................18,23,35 .................. 15,35,36 .................... 19,35 ............ 19,29,31,32,36 .........................54 .................. 20,35,36 ............ 20,25,32,35,44 ........................56 .........................56 .........................54 ..................... 55,57 .............. 20,26,35,36 ......... 15,16,35,36,38,44 .................. 32,55,57 .........................54 .......... 7,19,38,43,45,56 ..................... 19,45 .........................54 ........ 18,29,31,33,34,36 ........... 20,26,29,31,36 ...................... 5,36 71Rossing, Don (9)........................ 20,26,29,30,43 Rossing, Garry (3)...................................54 Rossing, Greg (3)....................................54 Rossing, Joe (2).....................................54 Rossing, Margaret (4)............................... 54 Rossing, Rosalind (12)......... 12,16,24,26,28,31,34,36 Rossing, Wayne (4)................................54,57 Roth, Mr. Kenneth (T)................. 7,20,38,40,44,56 Rufenacht, Janice (2)............................... 54 Rufenacht, Kathy (10)................ 19,29,33,35,36,43 Saalsaa, Mr. Ambrose (BE).............................8 Schellenger, Jane (6).............................55,57 Schellenger, Mary Jo (5)..........................55,57 Schellenger, Mike (3)................................54 Schellenger, Pat (9).......................... 20,30,32 Schild, David (2)....................................54 Schild, Debra (4).................................54,57 Schild, Gayle (12)...................... 16,26,34,35,36 Schoenick, Mr. Don (T)................... 6,11,31,34,56 Severson, Carol (10)............................. 19,35 Severson, Diana (7)...............................55,57 Severson, Mary Lou (9)............................20,35 Siegenthaler, Donnie (3).............................54 Siegenthaler, Linda (6).......................... 55,57 Skattum, David (9)................................20,32 Skattum, Judy (9)................................ 20,43 Skinrood, Haiia (10).................... 19,26,29,30,32 Smith, Mrs. Francis (T)..............................56 Smith, Jerry (6).............................. 32,55,57 Smith, Jimmie (7).......................... 32,55,57,58 Smith, Kay (6).................................31,55,57 Soper, John (3).................................... 54 Soper, Mary Jean (6).................................55 Soper, Sharon (12). . . 16,28,31,32,33,34,36,48,49,51,52 Soper, Mr. Willard (BE).............................. 8 Stamm, Barbara (11)............................18,34,35 Stamm, Bennie (8)............................. 55,57,58 Stamm, Gary (1).................................. 54,56 Stamm, Grace (7)..................................55,57 Steiner, Mr. Arnold (BE)..............................8 Steiner, Kathy (11)............ 18,23,29,31,33,34,35,36 Steiner, Mary (10)...................... 19,29,30,32,36 Strommen, Janice (11)...................... 18,29,30,42 Swenson, Barbara (5)..............................55,57 Swenson, Calvin (11)..............................18,35 Swenson, R. 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(9)...................... 20,28,30,43,45 Swenson, Sandra (7)........................... 30,55,57 Swenson, Sharon (7)........................... 30,55,57 Thompson, David (2)..................................54 Thompson, Linda (9)........................ 20,30,35,36 Thompson, Nicki (7)..............................55,57 Thompson, Dr. Paul (BE)..............................8 Thompson, Sara Jo (6)............................30,55 Tollakson, Bruce (2)................................54 Tollakson, Judy (10)............. 19,28,35,36,42,48,49 Tollakson, Mark (4)..............................54,57 Tollakson, Neale (6)......................... 32,55,57 Tollakson, Vem (12) ....... 11,12,17,31,34,35,38,39,40,41,44,45,46,49,51,52 Vinger, David (4)...................................54 Vinger, Lorraine (12) .................. 11,12,17,26,29,31,32,33,34,36,51,52 Vlasak, Rhonda (2)..................................54 Waage, Daryl (11)............................ 18,38,44 Waage, Ronald (9).............................20,22,43 Watkins, Diane (1)..................................54 Wenger, Alien (4).................................. 54 Wenger, James (2)...................................54 Wenger, Jay (6).............................. 30,55,57 Wenger, Joe (12)................. 12,17,28,31,35,38,46 Wenger, Judy (10)...................................19 Wenger, Karen (1)................................54,56 Wenger, Mary (9)..............................20,31,43 Williams, Janet (8)...........................31,55,57 Williams, Jeff (4)...............................54,57 Williams, John (4)...............................54,57 Wold, Margaret (9)..................... 20,23,29,31,36 Wyss, Carol (9)................................. 20,30 Wyss, Jackie (6).................................55,57 Wyss, James (8)........................... 30,55,57,58 Wyttenbach, Diane (1)............................54,56 Wyttenbach, Jerry (12). . . .12,17,35,38,39,46,49,51,52 Young, Mr. Jerry (T).......................... 7,18,22 72


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