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

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FOREWORD In the 1962 edition of "Treasured Echoes" we of the Annual Staff have tried to show you the highlights of the 1961-1962 school year. Our new division pages plus the color photograph on the title page should add to your enjoyment of this year's book. May your memories be pleasant ones. TREASURED ECHOES IS PUBLISHED BY THE SENIOR CLASS OF AR6YLE HIGH SCHOOL ARGYLE, WISCONSIN VOL. XIV TABLE OF CONTENTS FACULTY AND ADMINISTRATION 3 CLASSES 9 ACADEMIC LIFE..............25 ORGANIZATIONS 31 ATHLETICS 43 STUDENT LIFE 53 GRADE SCHOOL 59 ADVERTISING G5The Senior class owes Mr. Morgan a great deal for his good advice and unselfish help. We've enjoyed his stories in English and Latin because they have always had valuable points concerning life to tell us. He takes his place in community affairs by being Village Treasurer, Christmas Seal Chairman and an active Lion's Club member. We admire and respect him for his untiring aid to us and the community. PETER J. MORGAN 4Q LU Q - O T I 0 N ROBERT J. ARNOT The Senior annual staff is proud to dedicate this edition of "Treasured Echoes" to one of Argyle's most liked teachers, Mr. Robert Amot. His classroom techniques have made the study of science interesting and rewarding to his students. He has been most energetic in keeping his knowledge of the sciences up to date. Since graduating from Platteville State College he has taught in our school for 14 years. He has attended summer sessions, with emphasis on radiation biology and related fields, at the University of Wisconsin; Lake Itasca, Minnesota; Superior State College; and University of Wyoming and the University of Minnesota, Duluth branch. His hobbies include photography and camping. We also understand that he is an excellent chef. Mr. Amot, we salute you! 5ELISE B. ROSS English, Speech, Dramatics, Forensics, Library, Library Club, Sophomore Class Advisor. JERRY YOUNG Algebra, Geometry, Advanced Math, Driver Education, Junior Class Advisor. NORMA ARNOT Art. c J DON SCHOENICK Band, A Cappella Choir, Glee Clubs, Madrigal, Annual Advisor, Basketball Scorekeeper, Senior Class Advisor. KEN ROTH Social Studies, Physical Education, He ad Basketball and Baseball Coach, Assistant Football Coach, Freshman Class Advisor. 6FACULTY VERNA BARNES Home Economics, FHA, Guidance, Junior Class Advisor. DAN SCHOBER History, Physical Education, Head Football and Track Coach, Assistant Basketball Coach, Sophomore Class Advisor. FRANCIS KINGETER Agriculture, FFA, Junior Class Advisor. HAROLD MAROUSEK Bookkeeping, Typing, Office Practice, Assistant Dramatics and Forensics Coach, Freshman Class Advisor. MARJORIE MORGAN School Secretary. 7A. N. SAALSAA, Clerk BOARD OF EDUCATION R. K. BERGET, Treasurer DR. PAUL THOMPSON, President ARNOLD STEINER, DirectorSENIORS VINCENT BARNES "I keep smiling, it makes people wonder what I've been up to." Basketball 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Track 1,2; Senior Band 1,2,3,4; PepBand3;A Cappella Choir 1,2,3,4; Boys' Glee Club; Annual Staff 3,4; Letter Winner 2,3,4. JOYCE ANDERSON "Love is a dream; gosh, I'm sleepy." Cheerleader 2,3,4; Twirler 1; Majorette 2,3,4; A Cappella Choir 1,2,3,4; Class Officer 1,3; Annual Staff 3,4; Letter Winner 2,3,4; Homecoming Attendant 1; Honor Roll 1,2,3,4. LEO JOHNSON "He's always feeling at his best when he can be a constant pest." Football 4; Basketball 1,2, 3,4; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Track 3,4; Football Manager 1; A Cappella Choir 4; Letter Winner 1,2,3,4. MARTHA HAWLEY "Lead me not into temptation, I know where it is." Cheerleader 1,2,3,4; Senior Band 1,2,3,4; A Cappella Choir 2,3,4; Music Clinic 2; Class Officer 1; Annual Staff 3,4; Dramatics 1; Forensics 1,2,4; Letter Winner 2,3,4; Prom Queen 3; Homecoming Attendant 2; Honor Roll 1. SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS AND ADVISORS. FIRST ROW: Neelian Nelson, president; Cecil Daly, secretary; Larry Adler, vice-president. SECOND ROW: Mr. Schoenick, advisor; Richard Flanagan, treasurer; Mr. Arnot, advisor. t 10KAREN RONNERUD PAUL JAGGI "A right good fellow we'll all admit; he has a good time and works just a bit." Football 1,4; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Basketball Manager 1,2,3,4; Marching Band 2,3,4; A Cap-pella Choir 3,4; Boys' Glee Club 4; Annual Staff 3,4; Annual Business Manager 4; Letter Winner 1,2,3,4. "Cheerful, active and ambitious, this fair maid has our best wishes." Senior Band 1,2,3,4; Pep Band 4; ACappellaChoir 1,2,3,4; Girls' Glee Club 4; Madrigal 2,3,4; Letter Winner 2,3,4; Annual Staff 3,4; Mixed Quartet 2,3,4; Dramatics 1; Prom Attendant 3; Honor Roll 1,3,4. EVADEAN COX "The only midnight oil she burns is in Phil's '55." Formerly attended high schools at Winslow, 111. and Ithaca, Wis. Girls'Glee Club 2; Library 3; Prom Attendant 3. SENIORS PHIL FRANSEN "Women are slow poison—what a wonderful way to die." Football 1,2,3,4; Track 1,2,3,4; Senior Band 2,3,4; Pep Band 2,3,4; FFA All-State Band 3; ACappellaChoir 1,2,3,4; Boys' Glee Club 4; Madrigal 3,4; Mixed Quartet 3,4; Annual Staff 3,4; Dramatics 1; Forensics 1,2; FFA 3,4; Letter Winner 3,4; Prom Attendant 3; Homecoming Attendant 3. TOM MORGAN "When Tom goes by the girls all sigh, 'Why, oh, why is Tom so shy?"' Football 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Track 3,4; Football Captain 4; Senior Band 1,2,3,4; A Cappella Choir 1,2,3,4; Madrigal 1,2,3,4; Mixed Quartet 1,2,3,4; Boys' Glee Club 4; All-State Chorus 2; Letter Winner 1,2,3,4; Class Officer 3; Annual Staff 3,4; Annual Editor 4; Dramatics 1; Homecoming Attendant 2; Homecoming King 4. 11 4EDITH BISEGGER "The boys all sigh when 'Edie' goes by." A Cappella Choir 1,2,3,4; Class Officer 1,3; Annual Staff 3,4; Dramatics 1,3,4; Forensics 1,3; Library 3; Future Homemakers of America 1,2,4; Homecoming Attendant 3. JANICE STROMMEN "Full of vim, pep and fun; with a smile for everyone." Cheerleader 2,3,4; Senior Band 3,4; Junior Band 2; A Cappella Choir 1,2,3,4; Girls' Glee Club 4; Class Officer 2, Dramatics 1; Letter Winner 4. 8ENI0R9 NEELIAN NELSON "It's nice to be natural when you're naturally nice." Football 1,2,4; Basketball 3,4; Baseball 3,4; Track 1,2; Class Officer 3,4; Letter Winner 3,4; FFA 1,2,3,4; FFA Officer 2,3,4; Honor Roll 1,3. LARRY ADLER "To get to school I am the last; Oh, why do mornings come so fast." Football 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3; Baseball 2,4; Track 1,2, 3,4; Class Officer 2,4; Annual Staff 3,4; Letter Winner 3,4; Homecoming Attendant 4; Honor Roll 1,2,3,4. Paul Jaggi, Martha Hawley and Joyce Anderson were in charge of popping popcorn every year for the concession stand at basketball games. 12JON ALM "There's a little bit of mischief in every little boy." Football 1; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Class Officer 2; Student Council 4; Letter Winner 1,2,3,4; Honor Roll 1,2, 3,4. MARY FOESCH "When all the boys are running past her, Mary tries to run much faster." Senior Band 1,2,3,4; Pep Band 1,2,3,4; All-State Band 1; A Cappella Choir 1,2,3,4; Girls' Glee Club 4; Letter Winner 2,3,4; Class Officer 2; Annual Staff 3,4; FHA 3,4; FHA Officer 3,4; Prom Attendant 3; Honor Roll 1,2,3,4. RICHARD BUDSBERG "He looks safe and sound--but so does gunpowder." Baseball 1,2,3,4; Annual Staff 3,4; FFA 1,2,3,4; FFA Officer 2; Prom King 3; Assistant Music Festival Manager 4; Student Council 4. SENIORS DAVID LARSON "I refuse to answer on the grounds that it may tend to incriminate me." Track 2,3,4; Letter Winner 2,3,4; A Cappella Choir 2,3,4; Color Guard 4; Boys' Glee Club 4; Annual Staff 3,4; Forensics 1; FFA 1,2,3,4; FFAOfficer 3,4; Honor Roll 1,2,3,4. RUTH ANN MOEN "She leads in study, music, fun; our Ruth's a most terrific one!" Senior Band 1,2,3,4; Pep Band 3,4; A Cappella Choir 1,2,3,4; Girls' Glee Club 4; Madrigal 2,3,4; Class Officer 1; Annual Staff 3,4; Forensics 2; Letter Winner 2,3,4; Homecoming Queen 4; Alfred Ommodt Memorial Award 2; Honor Roll 1,2,3,4. 13SENIORS RUSONDA JACOBSON "Her life is a series of adventure stories with a different hero in each one." A Cappella Choir 3,4; Library 3,4; Prom Attendant 3. RICHARD FLANAGAN "Late hours aren't good for one, but they're good for two." Track Manager 2,3,4; Senior Band 1,2,3,4; Pep Band 3,4; Student Conductor 4; A Cappella Choir 1,2,3,4; Boys'Glee Club 4; Madrigal 2,3,4; Class Officer 4; Annual Staff 3,4; Letter Winner 2,3,4. ROBERT BREDESON "Quiet by day, different by night, at three in the morning he's quite a sight." Football 4; Basketball 1,2, 3,4; Letter Winner 2,3,4. CECIL DALY "I wish I could take girls' Phy. Ed." Basketball 1; Baseball 3; Track 1,2,3,4; Basketball Manager 3; Senior Band 2,3,4; Pep Band 3,4; All-State FFA Band 3; A Cappella Choir 1,2,3,4; Boys' Glee Club 4; Class Officer 4; FFA 1,2,3,4; FFA Officer 3,4; Letter Winner 1,2,3,4. Two members of the Senior Annual Staff, Martha Hawley and Mary Foesch, are shown preparing copy for this year's annual. 14SAM HANSON "What would be rarer under the sun than Sammy H. with his homework done." Football 1; Football Manager 2; Baseball Manager 2; Letter Winner 2; FFA 3,4. TAMARA MATLEY "Was there ever a saint with red hair?" A Cappella Choir 1,2,3,4; Girls' Glee Club 4; Annual Staff 3,4; Dramatics 1,2,3,4; Forensics 2,3,4; FHA 1,2,3,4; FHA Officer 2,3,4; Homecoming Attendant 4. MARY E. FLANAGAN "If the world were just like she, what a nice world it would be." FFA 1,2; FFA Officer 2; Student Council 4. SENIORS DARYL WAACE "A bashful boy who I'm sure would die if a pretty girl looked him straight in the eye." Football 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1,2,3; Basketball Manager 4; Letter Winner 3,4. KATHY STEINER "All, men! What would the world be without them?" Twirler 1,3,4; A Cappella Choir 1,2,3,4; Girls' Glee Club 4; Madrigal 2,3,4; Annual Staff 3,4; Dramatics 1,2; Forensics 1,2,3; Letter Winner 3,4; FHA 1,2,3,4. 15SENIORS PHYLLIS NYBROTEN "A ring on her finger is worth two on the phone." Forensics 1; A Cappella Choir 1; Senior Band 1,2; FHA 1,2, 3,4. PAT CORBIN "A gal always has two reasons fordoing things: a good reason and the real reason." A Cappella Choir 1,2,3,4; Library 1,2; FHA 1,2. ALAN ISELY "Work fascinates me-I can sit and look at it for hours!" Basketball 1; Track 1,2,3,4; FFA 1. CALVIN SWENSON "It's never to late to begin." Track 3,4; FFA 1,2,3,4. 16JANICE COFFEY "School? Yes, I drop in occasionally." A Cappella Choir 3; Annual Staff 3,4; Library 1; FHA 1,2,4. SENIORS JIM WALTER "It's not what you do, it's what you get away with." Formerly attended high schools atMedaryville, Ind. and Green-view, 111. Track 2,4; Dramatics 2; FFA 4. JERRY HASSENFELT "Books and I get along splendidly--without each other." Football 4; Track 2,3,4; FFA 1,2,3,4. ANN OMMODT "If I had the wings of an angel wouldn't I look silly!" FHA 2,3,4. 17Sherry Olson Jimmy Meyer Rodney Nybroten Jim Makos JUNIORS JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS. FIRST ROW: Judy Wenger, vice president; Hope Lofgren, treasurer; Mr. Young, advisor. SECOND ROW: Jimmy Meyer, president; Mr. Kingeter, advisor; Jeff Williams, secretary; Mrs. Barnes, advisor. 18Kathy Rufenacht Mary Fischer Hope Lofgren Judy Wenger Tommy Lewis Larry Hendrickson Barbara Flannery Margaret Kuhnke Barbara Dammen Linda Anderson Chuck O'Rourke Burnell Gilbertson Hail a Skinrood Judy Tollakson Mary Steiner Carol Severson Larry Johnson Nancy Fransen Jeff Williams John C. Gierhart Linda Kristofferson 19Linda Ronnerud Carol Peterson David Skattum Ronnie Waage Dorian Hermanson Marilyn Nelson Angie Isely John Gebhardt Sharon Everson SOPHOMORES SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS. FIRST ROW: David Johnson, president; Carol Wyss, vice president; Ronnie Waage, secretary; Jack Larson, treasurer. SECOND ROW: Mr. Schober, advisor; Mrs. Ross, advisor. Jack Larson 20Urs Gafner Ken Daly Mary Ann Flanagan Carol Wyss Billy Nipple Diane Flanery Denita Nybroten Lucy Loeffelholz Lyn Venable R. J. Swenson David Ayen 21Susan McGinnity Martha Ronnerud Phil Emberson Dennis Burreson John A. Gierhart Rita Johnson Anita Beem Susan Flanagan Alice Reed Steve Morgan Donald Nelson Beth Bloom Larry Peterson Lorna Skinrood Kitty Meyer Grace Venable James Wyss FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS. FIRST ROW: James Wyss, president; Norma Penniston, vice president; Dennis Burreson, secretary; Susan McGinnity, treasurer. SECOND ROW: Mr. Roth, advisor; Mr. Marousek, advisor.Mary Everson Sandy Komprood Rodney Paulson Carol Cox Norma Penniston Carl Anderson Diane Lehmann Terry Hanson Donnie Hendrickson Lester Stephens Marvin Pederson Delton Fransen Nicky Hanson Dennis Mason Kennlyn Gunderson Robert MoenSTUDENT COUNCIL FIRST ROW: Mary E. Flanagan, president; Sam Conway, vice-president; Don Rossing, secretary; Susan Flanagan, treasurer. SECOND ROW: Kitty Meyer, Linda Ronnerud, Marjorie Nelson, Steve Morgan. THIRD ROW: Sherry Olson, Mary McGinnity, Richard Budsberg, Jon Aim. SENIOR LETTER WINNERS FIRST ROW: Karen Ronnerud, Janice Strommen, Joyce Anderson, Jean Flannery, Phyllis Nybroten. SECOND ROW: Paul Jaggi, Daryl Waage, Kathy Steiner, Ruth Moen, Leo Johnson, Martha Hawley. THIRD ROW: Vincent Barnes, David Larson, Tom Morgan, Jon Aim, Mary Foesch. FOURTH ROW: Richard Flanagan, Fhil Fransen, Robert Bredeson, Neelian Nelson, Cecil Daly. 24HOME ECONOMICS Mary Everson and Esther Fuchs watch Hope Lofgren as she receives instructions in sewing from Mrs. Barnes and Judy Wenger. Foods, clothing, budgeting, health and personal grooming are some of the areas of homemaking which are emphasized during the four year course in Home Economics. Mr. Marousek is addressing his bookkeeping class. Other courses offered in Business Education are typing, personal typing, shorthand and office practice. AGRICULTURE BUSINESS EDUCATION Mr. Kingeter is helping freshman agriculture students Junior Johnson, Rodney Paulson and Carl Anderson in their woodworking projects. The farmer of today must be skilled in many jobs in order to make his occupation a profitable one. 26SCIENCE In order to work problems in chemistry these juniors and seniors should have a good math background. Here we see Mr. Arnot solving a problem on gasses in one of his chemistry classes. MATHEMATICS Four years of mathematics are available to Argyle High School students. Mr. Young is inspecting the boardwork of freshman Algebra students Delton Fran-sen, Rita Johnson, James Wyss and Norma Penniston. 27LATIN Latin class as taught by Mr. Morgan is valuable inmaking it possible for us to better understand the problems of the English language as well as being of use to those who wish to have a foreign language for college entrance. SPEECH Speech classes teach us the basic art of communication. It is an art which we use every day for the rest of our lives--not only in the four years of high school. The Freshman students taking part in the recording of their play-reading are: John A. Gierhart, Susan Flanagan, Alice Reed and Donald Nelson. SPANISH AND RUSSIAN The foreign languages of Spanish and Russian have been offered for the first time this year and have been found to be very interesting as well as hard work. The lessons have been given by correspondence with a monthly trip to a nearby school for more personal attention. Donnie Rossing is showing Linda Ronnerud, Marjorie Nelson and Marilyn Nelson the intricasies of the tape recorder which is used to improve their pronunciations of these living languages. 28SOCIAL STUDIES AND HISTORY Citizenship, World History, American History and Social Problems are the four courses offered in the above-mentioned field of study. Mr. Roth who teaches social studies is pointing out locations on the map during the study of current events. The history courses are taught by Mr. Schober. ART Mrs. Arnot is shown here checking the art work of five interested students: Anita Beem, David Anderson, Anne Marie Brattrud, Diane Flanery and Rodney Paulson. An education in art is valuable to us since it not only teaches the basic artistic principles but also gives us an appreciation of art which is so essential in lifting us above the level of a human animal. ENGLISH Taught by Mr. Morgan, this English section is obviously interested in one of his many amusing stories. Other sections of English are under the leadership of Mrs. Ross. Literature and grammar have received special emphasis this year. 29FRESHMEN: FIRST ROW: Susan McGinnity, Susan Flanagan, Larry Peterson. SECOND ROW: Steve Morgan, Martha Ronnerud, Rita Johnson, Beth Bloom. HONOR ROLL The students pictured on this page have achieved one of the most worthwhile goals of their school life by earning a place on the first semester honor roll. SOPHOMORE. FIRST ROW: Ken Daly, Don Rossing, John Foesch, David Johnson. SECOND ROW: Carol Peterson, Marilyn Nelson, Angie Isely, Linda Roonerud, Marjorie Nelson. SENIOR. FIRST ROW: Karen Ronnerud, Martha Hawley, Mary Foesch, Ruth Moen. SECOND ROW: Jon Aim, Joyce Anderson, Evade an Cox, Larry Adler. 30 JUNIORS: FIRST ROW: Sam Conway, Ellen Bisegger. SECOND ROW: Sherry Olson, Mary McGinnity, Barbara Dammen.ORGANIZATIONSSENIOR FIRST ROW: Richard Flanagan, Sara Jo Thompson, Sandra Swenson, Sharon Swenson, Marjorie Nelson. SECOND ROW: Sherry Kammerud, Linda Coffey, Martha Ronnerud, Linda Ronnerud, Larry Hendrickson, David Skattum, Vincent Barnes, Sherry Olson. THIRD ROW: Janice Strommen, Linda Thompson, Carol Wyss, Kennlyn Gunderson, Donnie Hendrickson, Randy Paulson, Duane Bright, Tom Morgan, Ellen Bisegger, Bobby Amot, Karen McGin-nity, Pat Schellenger, R. J. Swenson, Jay Wenger. FOURTH ROW: Joyce Anderson, Kathy Steiner, Norma Pen-niston, Mary Wenger, Mary Fischer, Paul Jaggi, Lorna Skinrood, Neale Tollakson, Susan Flannery. Absent: Donnie Rossing, Anita Beem. This year's Senior Band has a new high in membership with a total of 65 in the Concert Band and 75 in the Marching Band. The instrumentation of the Concert Band is as follows: five flutes and piccolo, fourteen clarinets, one alto clarinet, two bass clarinets, five alto saxophones, four tenor saxophones, one baritone saxophone, ten trumpets, four French horns, three baritones, six trombones, three tubas and seven percussion, including a new set of tympani purchased this year. Our director, Mr. Schoenick, is pleased with the growing maturity of sound of the group. In the past two years the fifth and sixth graders have been eliminated from the band the the membership is restricted to grades seven through twelve. 32BAND DI wTR,?W S eVe Morgan Ruth Moen. MarY Foesch, Kitty Meyer, Karen Ronnerud, Susan McGinnity SECOND ROW: Urs Cafner, Dennis Burreson, Rita Johnson, James Wyss, Barbara Dammen, Angie Isely, Martha Hawley Maureen Coffey, Karen Anderson. THIRD ROW: Kristine Aim, Diane Lehmann, John Foesch, Mary Jean Soper] 1 ary »;.,?anagan’ Mary McGlnnity 84:111 Bloom, Sharon Everson, Bradley Ostby, Leo Marti, Stevie Martinson Janet Williams FOURTH ROW: Jeff Williams, Cecil Daly, Phil Fransen, Jack Larson, Haila Skinrood, Nancy rransen, James Meyer, John C. Gierhart, Sam Conway, David Larson. 1961-1962 REPERTOIRE American Legion March . . . Parker Toy Symphony . . . Leopold Mozart My Fair Lady Highlight . . . Lemer and Loewe March of the Toys ... V. Herbert Nutcracker Suite . . . Tschaikowsky Jingle Bells Rhapsody . . . Walters Two Movements from Cantata 140, Wake, Awake . . . J. S. Bach Procession of Nobels . . . Rimsky-Korsakov Rienzi Overture R. Wagner Prelude and Fugue in D. Minor . . . J. S. Bach Water Music Suite . . . G. F. Handel Accelerations Waltz . . . Strauss Second Suite in F . . . G. Holst Under the Double Eagle . . . Wagner State Fair Highlights . . . Rodgers and Hammerstein Colonel Bogey . . . Alford Joshua . . . Paul Yoder El Capitan . . . J. P. Sousa. 33A CAPPELLA CHOIR FIRST ROW: Paul Jaggi, Joyce Anderson, Delton Fransen, Leo Johnson, Janice Strommen, Judy Tollakson, Judy Skattum. SECOND ROW: Lorna Skinrood, Phil Emberson, Marjorie Nelson, Martha Ronnerud, Mary Steiner, Muffy Hawley, Edith Bisegger, Rusonda Jacobson. THIRD ROW: Mary Foesch, Linda Ronnerud, Marilyn Nelson Sharon Jacobson, Grace Venable, Rita Johnson, Nancy Fransen. FOURTH ROW: Jimmy Meyer, Leo Marti, John C. Cierhart, John Foesch, Dorian Hermanson, Phil Fransen, Jack Larson, Urs Gafner. FIFTH ROW: Larry Hendrickson, Cecil Daly, Kathy Rufenacht, Sherry Olson, Mary Flanagan, Lyn Venable, Carol Wyss. 34A CAPPELLA CHOIR FIRST ROW: Mary Wenger, Diane Flanery, Mary Everson, Chuck O'Rourke, Karen Ronnerud, Ellen Bis egg er, Diane Lehmann, Orville Boeck. SECOND ROW: Anne Brattrud, Norma Penniston, Carol Cox Kitty Meyer, Anita Beem, Sharon Everson, Pat Schellenger, Linda Thompson. FIFTH ROW: Pat Corbin, Barbara Dammen, Kathy Steiner, Hope Lofgren, Steve Morgan, Bradley Ostby, David Johnson, Donnie Hendrickson. FOURTH ROW: Kenny Elmer, Haila Skinrood, Mary Kay McCinnity, Susan McGinnity, R. J. Swenson, Richard Flanagan, Tom Morgan. FIFTH ROW: Duane Bright, David Larson, Vincent Barnes, Tamara Matley, Donnie Rossing, James Wyss, Sam Conway, Dennis Burreson. 35BOYS’ GLEE CLUB FIRST ROW: Paul Jaggi, Deleon Fransen, Phil Embersoa, Bradley Ostby, Steve Morgan, Dennis Burre-son, Sam Conway. SECOND ROW: James Wyss, Donnie Rossing, David Larson, Vincent Barnes, Cecil Daly, Duane Bright. THIRD ROW: Urs Gainer, Tom Morgan, Richard Flanagan, Phil Fransen, John Foesch, Dorian Hermanson, John C. Gierhart. Absent: Larry Hendrickson. MADRIGAL FIRST ROW: Karen Rouerad, Bradley Ostby, Ellen Biscgger. SECOND ROW: Linda Rozcxmd, Marjorie Nelson, Barbara Dammen. Kathy Steiner. THIRD ROW: Haila Skinrood, Man Kay MoGia-nity, Kathy Ruienacbt, Urs Gainer. FOURTH ROW: Torn Morgan. ria-ta an Phil Fransen, Duane Bright. Absent : Ruth Moen. .%GIRLS' GLEE CLUB FIRST ROW: Marjorie Nelson, Martha Ronnerud, Sharon Everson, Mary Everson, Janice Strommen, Karen Ronnerud, Ellen Bisegger. SECOND ROW: Marilyn Nelson, Tamara Matley, Kathy Steiner, Carol Wyss, Barbara Dam men, Nancy Fransen, Grace Venable. THIRD ROW: Haila Skinrood, Mary Kay McGinmty, SusanMcGinmty, Kathy Rufenacht, Mary Foesch, Mary' Ann Flanagan, Linda Ronnerud. PEP BAND FIRST ROW: Richard Flanagan, student conductor, Sandra Swenson, Sharon Swenson, Sherry Kammerud, Linda Coffey, Linda Thompson, Maureen Coffey, Karen Anderson, Karen Ronnerud. SECOND ROW: Ellen Bisseger, Bobby Arnot, Karen McCinnity, Pat Schellenger, Jay Wenger, Kristine Aim, Marjorie Nelson, Mary Foesch, Kitty Meyer. THIRD ROW: David Skattum, Linda Ronnerud, Angie Isely, BarbaraDammen, Sherry Olson, Urs Gafner, John Foesch. FOURTH ROWr: Sharon Everson, Bradley Ostby, Stevie Martinson, Janet W'i 11 iams, Mary Ann Flanagan, Mary Kay McCinnity, Haila Skinrood, Nancy Fransen. FIFTH ROW: Loma Skinrood, Phil Fransen, Cecil Daly, Susan Flam ry, Neale Tollakson.ANNUAL STAFF Paul Jaggi, Business Manager; Tom Morgan, Editor; Mr. Schoenick, Advisor. SENIOR ANNUAL STAFF. FIRST ROW: Janice Coffey, RuthMoen, JeanFlannery. SECOND ROW: Karen Ronnerud, Edith Bisegger, Joyce Anderson. THIRD ROW: Kathy Steiner, Barbara Stamm, Muffy Hawley. FOURTH ROW: David Larson, Mary Foesch, Tamara Matley. FIFTH ROW: Vincent Barnes, Richard Budsberg, Phil Fransen, Dick Flanagan. JUNIOR ANNUAL STAFF. FIRST ROW: Judy Tollakson, Nancy Fransen, Ellen Bisegger, Chuck O'Rourke. SECOND ROW: Kathy Rufenacht, Bradley Ostby, Judy Wenger, Barbara Dammen. THIRD ROW: Sherry Olson, Margaret Kuhnke, Hope Lofgren, Mary Steiner. FOURTH ROW: Sam Conway, Haila Skinrood, Mary McGinnity. FIFTH ROW: Duane Bright, John C. Gierhart, Jimmy Meyer, Larry Hendrickson. 38FORENSICS. FIRST ROW: Mr. Marousek, advisor, Diane Flanery, Linda Thompson, Carol Peterson, Ellen Bisegger, Donald Nelson, Mrs. Ross, advisor. SECOND ROW: Muffy Hawley, Beatrice Flannery, Bradley Ostby, Kathy Steiner, Barbara Dammen, Marjorie Nelson. THIRD ROW: Lyn Venable, Tamara Matley, Mary Ann Flanagan, Carol Wyss, David Johnson, Barbara Stamm. FOURTH ROW: Kenny Omer, Sherry Olson, Mary McGinnity, Ken Daly, Linda Ronnerud, Marilyn Nelson. FORENSICS AND DRAMATICS DRAMATICS. FIRST ROW: Mr. Marousek, advisor, Linda Thompson, Sandy Komprood, Ellen Bisegger, Donald Nelson, Mrs. Ross, advisor. SECOND ROW: Sharon Everson, Pat Schellenger, Edith Bisegger, Alice Reed, Esther Fuchs. THIRD ROW: Bradley Ostby, Barbara Dammen, Lyn Venable, Mary Ann Flanagan, Carol Wysst Judy Wenger. FOURTH ROW: Urs Gafner, Tamara Matley, Sherry Olson, Mary McGinnity, Barbara Flannery Ken Daly. 39FIRST ROW: Judy Tollakson, Ann Ommodt, Phyllis Nybroten, Mary Everson, Linda Anderson, Ellen Bisegger. SECOND ROW: Lucy Loeffelholz, Esther Fuchs, Hope Lofgren, Carol Peterson, Angie lsely, Diane Flanery, Mary Lou Severson. THIRD ROW: Janice Coffey, Kathy Steiner, Tamara Matley, Kathy Rufenacht, Barbara Stamm, Mrs. Barnes, advisor. FOURTH ROW: Edith Bisegger, Judy Wenger, Barbara Flannery, Mary Foesch, Margaret Kuhnke, Beatrice Flannery. FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA FHA OFFICERS. Tamara Matley, president; Linda Anderson, vice-president; Ellen Bisegger, secretary; Mary Foesch, treasurer. 40FIRST ROW: Mr. Kingeter, advisor, David Ayen, John Gebhardt, Gene Kolb, Junior Johnson, Orville Boeck. SECOND ROW: Rodney Paulson, Robert Moen, Carl Anderson, Leo Johnson, David Johnson, Jim Makos, Dennis Mason, Randy Paulson. THIRD ROW: Lester Stephens, Steve Corbin, David Larson, Bill Williams, Larry Peterson, Marvin Pederson, Phil Emberson. FOURTH ROW: Jerry Hassenfelt, Burnell Gilbertson, Billy Nipple, Ken Daly, Cecil Daly, Larry Johnson, Tommy Lewis. FIFTH ROW: John Haesler, Neelian Nelson, Robert Bredeson, Sammy Hanson, Calvin Swenson, Phil Fransen, Richard Budsberg. FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA FFA OFFICERS. Tommy Lewis, sentinel; Neelian Nelson, treasurer; Jim Makos, secretary; Ken Daly, reporter; David Larson, vice-president; Cecil Daly, president; Mr. Kingeter, advisor. 41LIBRARIANS OFFICERS. FIRST ROW: Kathy Rufenacht, president; Carol Peterson, vice president. SECOND ROW: Marilyn Nelson, treasurer; Diane Flanery, secretary. THIRD ROW: Mrs. Ross, advisor. FIRST ROW: Diane Flanery, Linda Thompson. SECOND ROW: Rusonda Jacobson, Anne Brattrud, Diana Hagen, Carol Peterson. THIRD ROW: Lyn Venable, Marilyn Nelson, Margaret Kuhnke. FOURTH ROW: Mrs. Ross, advisor, Kathy Rufenacht, Barbara Flannery, Mary A. Flanagan. 42FIRST ROW: Robert Bredeson, Phil Fransen, Daryl Waage, Neelian Nelson, Leo Johnson, Tom Morgan, Paul Jaggi. SECOND ROW: Assistant Coach Ken Roth, Jeff Williams, Kenny Elmer, Burnell Gilbertson, Sam Conway, John C. Gierhart, John Haeslcr. THIRD ROW: Head Coach Dan Schober, Duane Bright, Gene Kolb, Larry Johnson, Leo Marti, Jimmy Meyer, Jack Larson. FOOTBALL The 1961 Argyle High School football team under the direction of first-year coach Dan Schober had its first winning season since 1957 with a five and three record. It was a well-balanced team both on offense and defense. The offense was almost equally divided between rushing, 1162 yards and 16 touchdowns, and passing, 1000 yards and 12 touchdowns. The defense held the John Hacsler, a stand-out on de- opposition to the least total yardage of any team in the league, fense, was chosen most valuable May this year's team point the way for the teams to follow, player by his teammates. Tom Morgan, one of the offensive leaders, was selected honorary captain. Head Coach Dan Schober, Manager Chuck O'Rourke, Assistant Coach Ken Roth and Manager Peter Jaggi. SCORES STANDINGS Argyle Opponents W L 13 Barneveld • • • 12. . . . . 7 0 20 Brodhcad • • • 39. . . . . 5 2 12 New Glarus • • 6. . . . . 5 2 26 Ofordville • • 0. . . . . . . ARGYLE . 4 3 47 Brooklyn .... 13. . . . . 4 3 19 Blanchardville 27. . . . . 2 5 0 Belleville . . • 33. . . . 6 46 Juda 0. . . . . 0 7 44 Coach Schober is giving advice to Duane Bright who completed 70 out of 99 passes for a league-leading average of 70.7%. Tom Morgan was the team's leading pass receiver and scored a total of 45 points. Duane Bright is turning on the speed to score six of his 73 points. JUNIOR VARSITY FOOTBALL FmST ROW: steve Mo an, Gene Kolb, Kenny Elmer, Leo Marti, Jack Larson. SECOND ROW: Delton Fransen John A Cierhart, David Ayen, R. J. Swenson, Don Rossing. THIRD ROW: Coach Ken Roth, Dennis Burrcson’ James Wyss, Ronnie Waage, Junior Johnson, Orville Boeck, Coach Dan Schober. 45KNEELING: Paul Jaggi, manager; Mr. Roth, coach. STANDING: Ronnie Waage, Jeff Williams, Duane Bright, Jack Larson, Leo Marti, Robert Bredeson, Jimmy Meyer, Neelian Nelson, Tom Morgan, Jon Aim, Vincent Barnes, Leo Johnson. VARSITY BASKETBALL SCORES OF GAMES ARGYLE OPPONENTS 43 Alb any 53 45 Belleville 41 36 Juda 35 50 Monticello 56 34 Brodhead 65 46 New Glarus 45 45 Blanchardville 55 61 Orfordville 57 50 Albany 51 79 Brooklyn 61 59 Juda 42 39 Belleville 50 50 Monticello 48 52 Blanchardville 65 48 New Glarus 53 53 Brodhe ad 63 49 Orfordville 50 59 Brooklyn 55 Brodhead . . . Blanchardville New Glarus . . Albany .... Belleville . . . ARGYLE . . . Orfordville . . Mont ice Ilo Brooklyn . . . Juda.......... STATE LINE LEAGUE TEAM STANDINGS W L Pet. 18 . . . . 0 . . 1.000 15 . . . . 3 . . . .833 12. . . . 6 . . . . .667 11 . . . . 7. . .. .611 9 . . . 9 . . . ..500 8 . . . 10 . . . .444 6 . . . 12 . . . .333 5 . . . 13 . . . .278 4 . . . 14. . . . .222 . 2 . . . 16 . . . .111 INDIVIDUAL SCORING STATISTICS Most points—Duane Bright.......................................291 Most field goals--Duane Bright.................................119 Best field goal percentage--Duane Bright.....................42.2% Most free throws made--Duane Bright.............................53 Most free throws missed--Leo Marti..............................36 Best free throw percentage--Duane Bright.....................70.7% Most rebounds--Leo Marti.......................................158 Most personal fouls--Robert Bredeson ...........................54 46Tom Morgan lays one up as Leo Marti follows. As Leo Marti shoots Jimmy Meyer positions himself for a possible rebound. The opposition looks on as Robert Bredeson and Jimmy Meyer go up for the rebound. 47 On a fast break Tom Morgan hits for two.STATE LINE LEAGUE B TEAM STANDINGS W L Pet. Albany.....................16 . . . 2........889 Brodhead ..................16 . . . 2........889 ARGYLE ....................12. . . 6........667 Orfordville................12 ... 6........667 NewGlarus..................11.... 7........611 Blanchardville ............ 9 ... 9........500 Monticello .f............. 7 ... 11........389 Juda.......................4 ... 14........222 Brooklyn .................. 3 ... 15........167 Belleville ..............0 . . .18.......000 . 148 . 66 42.0% . . 18 . . 22 55.6% . 118 . . 43 INDIVIDUAL SCORING STATISTICS Most points—Jack Larson ........................ Most field goals--Ronnie Waage.................. Best field goal percentage--Ronnie Waage........ Most free throws made--Jack Larson.............. Most free throws missed--Jack Larson............... Best free throw percentage--Dave Johnson........ Most rebounds--Jack Larson ..................... Most personal fouls--Fannie Waage............... SCORES OF GAMES ARGYLE OPPONENTS 34 Albany .... 35 41 Belleville . . . 17 41 Juda 24 22 Monticello . . 20 21 Brodhead . . . . 42 44 New Glarus 32 43 Bl anchardville 31 35 Orfordville . . 38 38 Albany .... 40 39 Brooklyn . . . . 17 45 Juda 30 54 Belleville . . . 37 55 Monticello . . 41 40 Blanchardville 35 30 New Glarus . . 31 26 Brodhead. . . . 48 56 Orfordville . . 25 55 Brooklyn . . . 34 JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL KNEELING: Mr. Schober, coach; Daryl Wagge, manager. STANDING: Ronnie Waage, Dennis Burreson, James Wyss, Kenny Elmer, Dorian Hermanson, Jack Larson, Leo Marti, John Gierhart, R. J. Swenson, Donnie Rossing, Steve Morgan, David Johnson. 48CHEERLEADER9 VARSITY BASKETBALL CHEERLEADERS Judy Tollakson Martha Hawley Joyce Anderson Janice Strommen q f)n A A A A S M r VARSITY FOOTBALL CHEERLEADERS Judy Tollakson, Martha Hawley, Joyce Anderson, Janice Strommen. JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL CHEERLEADERS Kathy Rufenacht, Mary Wenger, Grace Venable, Susan McGinnity.FIRST ROW: DavidLarson, Cecil Daly, Leo Johnson, Donnie Rossing, Rodney Nybroten, Mr. Schober, coach. SECOND ROW: Sam Conway, Dennis Burreson, James Wyss, Delton Fransen, Dick Flanagan, manager. THIRD ROW: Tom Morgan, Urs Gafner, Ken Daly, Kenny Elmer, Alan Isely, Duane Bright. FOURTH ROW: Phil Fransen, Calvin Swenson, Jimmy Meyer, Jerry Hassenfelt, Burnell Gilbertson, Larry Adler. Lining up for a fast start are Duane Bright, David Larson, Sam Conway, Leo Johnson, Larry Adler, Tom Morgan and Cecil Daly. 50 TRACKFIRST ROW: Jon Aim, Paul Jaggi, Leo Johnson, David Johnson. SECOND ROW: Duane Bright, Richard Buds-berg, Tom Morgan, Vincent Barnes. THIRD ROW: Neelian Nelson, Jack Larson, Mr. Roth, coach, Jimmy Meyer, John C. Gierhart. BASEBALL Jon Aim, Paul Jaggi, Vincent Barnes, Richard Budsberg and Neelian Nelson (12) start Spring practice with a game of pepper. 51INTRAMURAL SPORTS AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION Alan Isely is doing a handstand on the horizontal bar. This is a difficult feat requiring strength, balance and coordination. Volleyball is one of the most popular wintertime activities. Here we see the sixth hour Phy. Ed. class starting out the season in a rugged manner. 52 Our local strongmen have become quite interested in lifting weights. Here Sam Conway demonstrates a sit-up.STUDENT LIFE HOMECOMING King Tom Morgan and Queen Ruth Moen. Freshman Attendants: Leo Marti and Kennlyn Gunderson; Junior Attendants: John C. Gierhart and Sherry Olson; Senior Attendants: Tamara Matley and Larry Adler; Sophomore Attendants: Sharon Jacobson and Gene Kolb. 54"Shine on Harvest Moon" was the theme of the homecoming parade. To comply with this theme the Seniors chose the title "Moonshining over Belleville" for their float. Even though the wind played havoc with their lettering the judges awarded first prize to the Senior Class. Competition was very keen and "Let's Spook "Em" came in a close second. This was the work of the seventh and eighth graders. Judges Howard Larson, Doral Erickson and Ambrose Saalsaa gave the Sophomores third prize for "Watch 'Em Fall to De-Feet." This large tree with shoes was the tallest float in the parade. "Let's Stew Belleville" was the Home Ec girls' entry. The Belleville player in the cooking pot is Barbara Stamm and the visible stewers are Hope Lofgren, Kathy Rufenacht and Judy Tollakson. Edith Bisegger is hiding behind Kathy. Our 74-piece marching band led by Majorette Joyce Anderson was outstanding as usual both during the parade and at half time.Queen Martha Hawley and King Richard Budsberg. 56JUNIOR PROM Rusonda Jacobson and Tom Morgan Mary Foesch and Phil Fransen Karen Ronnerud and Neelian Nelson In the setting of a garden in the moonlight our prom-goers danced to the music of Benny Ehr's orchestra. An outstanding job of decorating was done under the supervision of Mr. Young. One of the feature attractions was a rock garden gaily decorated with flowers. In the center of the floor was a bridge surrounded by small trees. There also was an outdoor cafe with a wishing well nearby. Many students worked hard to provide a pleasant "Wonderland by Night" for all who attended the 1961 Junior Prom. WONDERLAND BY NIGHT 57Miniature King Jimmy Penniston, Miniature Queen Diane Watkins and the court look on as King Richard crowns Martha his queen. Following the crowning the royalty gave a fine terpsichorean demonstration after which they were joined by other dancers. We can't imagine what Vincent Barnes is looking for. Not looking altogether like typical teenagers at the moment, Muffy and Dick pose for the photographer. Hostesses serving punch were Diana Hagen, Mary Ann Flanagan, Pat Schellenger, Carol Wyss and Sharon Everson.GRADE SCHOOLFIRST GRADE FIRST ROW: Raymond Schneider, Linda Fransen, Paula Wenger, Gail McDonald, Larry Hansen. SECOND ROW: AlanTollakson, John Pittz, Gayle Nysted, Timmy Martinson. THIRD ROW: Jimmy Wenger, Rochelle Erickson, Patty Venable, Richy Flanery, Leon Burreson. FOURTH ROW: Jon Erickson, Ronny Fuchs, Stacy Campbell, Eric Anderson. THIRD GRADE FIRST ROW: James Wenger, Janice Barry, David Hansen, Suzanne MeMannes, Rhonda Vlasak. SECOND ROW: Bruce Tollakson, Gretchen Nelson, David Thompson, Kathy Dunlavy, Georgia Hunter. THIRD ROW: Sonja Martinson, Janice Rufenacht, Ricky Phillipson, John Nelson. FOURTH ROW: Kim Bahe, Jan Kohler, Marianne Davis, Joe Rossing, August Schlafli. SECOND GRADE FIRST ROW: Diane Watkins, Diane Wyttenbach, Elizabeth Nall, Mary Jo Crotty. SECOND ROW: Mary Lynn Dunlavy, Vicki Erickson, Debra Schneider, Carla Nysted. THIRD ROW: Kcm Anderson, Christy Coffey, Gerry McGinnity, Debra Hartwig. FOURTH ROW: Karen Wenger, John Elmer, Jimmy Penniston, Curtis Rikli. FOURTH GRADE FIRST ROW: Janet McDonald, Patsy Martinson, Angela Campbell. SECOND ROW: Mark Anderson, Tom Arnot, Steve Nelson, Mike Schellenger. THIRD ROW: Susan Bahe, Garry Rossing, Greg Rossing. FOURTH ROW: Betty Gavigan, Pat Dunlavy, John Soper, Donnie Siegenthaler. 60FIFTH GRADE SIXTH GRADE FIRST ROW: Irene Elmer, Wayne Schneider, Wayne Rossing, Steve Nall, Allen Wenger. SECOND ROW: Pattie McDonald, Susan Crotty, John Williams, Jeff Williams, David Ostby, Andy Anderson. THIRD ROW: Doral Nall, Debra Schild, Connie Munson, Margaret Rossing, Mark Tollakson. FOURTH ROW: Mike Dunlavy, David Vinger, LaVerne Lofgren, Janice Venable, Rudy Gebhardt. FIRST ROW: Tommy Coffey, Tommy Lee Nall, Stuart Campbell. SECOND ROW: Linda Hartwig, Eddie Gavigan, Billy Johnson, Bernie McDonald. THIRD ROW: Connie Meyer, Mary Jo Schellenger, C. Mark Anderson. FOURTH ROW: Barbara Swenson, Tom McGinnity, David Phillipson. SEVENTH GRADE FIRST ROW: Stevie Martinson, Neale Tollakson, Vicky Anderson, Diane Burreson. SECOND ROW: Kathy Barry, Sue Hanson, Jay Wenger, Laurabeth Nelson, Laurel Schlafli. THIRD ROW: Jane Schellenger, Maureen Coffey, Sherry Kammerud, Diane Crotty. FOURTH ROW: Dennis Nall, Gary Budsberg, Stephen Anderson, David Nall, Sara Jo Thompson. FIFTH ROW: Mary Jean Soper, Barbara Davis, Karen McGinnity, Linda Siegenthaler, Jacqueline Wyss. EIGHTH GRADE FIRST ROW: Linda Coffey, Kristine Aim, Diana Severson. SECOND ROW: Thad Nelson, Donnie Moen, Stevie Elmer, Grace Stamm. THIRD ROW: Stevie Campbell, Bob Arnot, Janet Williams, Susie Flannery. FOURTH ROW: Nicki Thompson, Sharon Swenson, Sandra Swenson, Karen Anderson. FIFTH ROW: John Dunlavy, Dean Hort, Sherman Olson. 61GRADE FACULTY FIRST ROW: Mrs. Arnot, art; Mrs. Penniston, first grade; Mrs. Pederson, fifth and sixth grades; Mrs. Wenger, third and fourth grades. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Hilden-brand, second and third grades; Mr. Schoenick, music; Mr. Roth, physical education; Mr. Hanson, principal, seventh and eighth grades. GRADE SCHOOL BAND FIRST ROW: Nicki Thompson, Kathy Barry, Barbara Swenson, Diane Burreson, Mark Anderson. SECOND ROW: Diane Crotty, Debra Schild, Connie Munson, Irene Elmer, Bernie McDonald, Pattie McDonald, Janice Venable, Linda Hartwig, Jackie Wyss. THIRD ROW: David Phillipson, Andy Anderson, Jeff Williams, Wayne Rossing, Barbara Davis, David Vinger, John Williams. STANDING: Thad Nelson, Tommy Lee Nall, LaVerne Lofgren, Allen Wenger, Tom McGinnity. 62GRADE CHORUS FIRST ROW: Allen Wenger, Wayne Rossing, Stevie Nall, Andy Anderson, Tommy Lee Nall, Wayne Schneider, Irene Elmer, Tommy Coffey, Pattie McDonald, Bernie McDonald. SECOND ROW: David Ostby, Mark Tollak-son, Jeff Williams, John Williams, Mary Jo Schellenger, Margaret Rossing, Debra Schild, Stuart Campbell, Kathy Barry, Susan Crotty, Doral Nall. THIRD ROW: Donnie Moen, Linda Hartwig, Sherry Kammerud, Billy Johnson, DavidVinger, Connie Munson, Diana Severson, Connie Meyer, Diane Crotty, Laurabeth Nelson, Grace Stamm. FOURTH ROW: Jane Schellenger, Rudy Gebhardt, Thad Nelson, Neale Tollakson, Jay Wenger, Mark Anderson, Barbara Swenson, Janice Venable, Maureen Coffey, Susan Flannery, Sue Hanson. FIFTH ROW: Stevie Elmer, Mike Dunlavy, Gary Budsberg, Dennis Nall, Stevie Martinson, David Phillipson, Eddie Gavigan, Stephen Anderson, LaVerne Lofgren, Stevie Campbell, Tom McGinnity. SIXTH ROW: David Nall, Sara Jo Thompson, Nicki Thompson, Vicky Anderson, Diane Burreson, Barbara Davis, Linda Siegenthaler, Mary Jean Soper, Karen Anderson, Jane Williams, Laurel Schlafli. SEVENTH ROW: Kristine Aim, Sandra Swenson, Sharon Swenson, Dean Hort, John Dunlavy, Sherman Olson, Karen McGinnity, Jackie Wyss, Linda Coffey, Bobby Arnot. 63ART The seventh and eighth grade students are receiving help from Mrs. Arnot while making posters in their art class. GRADE BASKETBALL FIRST ROW: Stevie Martinson, Gary Budsberg, Thad Nelson, Dennis Nall, Jay Wenger, Donnie Moen. SECOND ROW: Duane Bright, coach, Stevie Elmer, David Nall, John Dunlavy, Bobby Arnot, Stevie Campbell. GRADE CHEERLEADERS FIRST ROW: Karen Anderson, Susie Flannery. SECOND ROW: Kristine Aim, Nicki Thompson. 64 ADVERTISING QPONSORS ROGER PENNISTON Argyle Barber Shop BRUNI-MILLER COMPANY Monroe, Wisconsin JACOB A. VVYSS Argyle, Wisconsin MONROE AUTO ELECTRIC INC. Monroe, Wisconsin ROBERT B. 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Mark (6) . . . 61,62,63 Anderson, David (9) . . . 23,29 Anderson, Eric (1) . . . 60 Anderson, Joyce (12) . . . 10,12,24,30,32,34,38,49 Anderson, Karen (8) . . . 33,37,61,63,64 Anderson, Kem (2) ... 60 Anderson, Linda (11) . . . 19,40 Anderson, Mark (4) ... 60 Anderson, Stephen (7) . . . 61,63 Anderson, Vicky (7) . . . 61,63 Amot, Bobby (8) . . . 32,37,61,63,64 Amot, Mrs. Robert (T) . . . 5,10,27 Amot, Mrs. Norma (T) . . . 6,29,62,64 Amot, Tom (4) ... 60 Ayen, David (10) . . . 21,41,45 Bahe, Kim (3) . . . 60 Bahe, Susan (4) ... 60 Barnes, Mrs. Verna (T) . . . 7,18,24,26,35,40 Barnes, Vincent (12) . . . 10,32,36,38,46,51,58, Barry, Janice (3) ... 60 Barry, Kathy (7) . . . 61,62,63 Beem, Anita (9) . . . 22,29,35 Berget, Mr. Kaspar (BE) ... 8 Bisegger, Edith (12) . . . 12,32,34,38,39,40,55 Bisegger, Ellen (11) . . . 19,30,35,36,37,38,39,40 Bloom, Beth (9) . . . 22,30,33 Boeck, Orville (9) . . . 23,35,41,45 Brattrud, Anne (10) . . . 21,29,35,42Bredeson, Robert (12) . . . 14,41,44,46,47 Bright, Duane (11) . . . 18,32,35,36,38,44,45,46,50,51,64 Budsberg, Gary (7) . . . 61,63,64 Budsberg, Richard (12) . . . 13,24,38,41,51,56,58, Burreson, Dennis (9) . . . 22,33,35,36,45,48,50 Burreson, Diane (7) . . . 61,62,63 Burreson, Leon (1) ... 60 Campbell, Angela (4) . . . 60 Campbell, Stacy (1) ... 60 Campbell, Stanley (2) ... 60 Campbell, Stevie (8) . . . 61,63,64 Campbell, Stuart (6) . . . 61,63 Coffey, Christy (2) . . . 60 Coffey, Janice (12) . . . 17,38,40 Coffey, Linda (8) . . . 32,37,61,63 Coffey, Maureen (7) . . . 33,37,61,63 Coffey, Tommy (6) . . . 61,62,63 Conway, Sam (11) . . . 18,24,30,33,35,36,38,44,50,52 Corbin, Pat (12) . . . 16,35 Corbin, Steve (9) . . . 23,41 Cox, Carol (9) . . . 23,35 Cox, Evadean (12) . . . 11,30 Crotty, Diane (7) . . . 61,62,63 Crotty, Mary Jo (2) . . .60 Crotty, Susan (5) . . . 61,63 Daly, Cecil (12) . . . 10,14,36,37,41,50 Daly, Kenneth (10) . . . 21,24,30,33,34,39,41,50 Dammen, Barbara (11) . . . 19,30,33,35,36,37,38,39 Davis, Barbara (7) . . . 61,62,63 Davis, Marianne (3) . . .60 Dunlavy, John (8) . . . 61,63,64 Dunlavy, Kathy (3) . . .60 Dunlavy, Mary Lynn (2) ... 60 Dunlavy, Mike (5) . . . 61,63 Dunlavy, Pat (4) ... 60 Elmer, Irene (5) . . . 61,62,63 Elmer, John (2) ... 60 Emler, Kenny (10) . . . 21,35,39,44,48,50 Elmer, Stevie (8) . . . 61,63,64 Emberson, Phil (9) . . . 22,34,36,41 Erickson, Jon (1) ... 60 Erickson, Rochelle (1) . . . 60 Erickson, Vicky (2) ... 60 Everson, Mary (9) . . . 23,26,35,37,40 Everson, Sharon (10) . . . 20,33,35,37,45,58 Fischer, Mary (11) . . . 19,32 Flanagan, Mary A. (10) . . . 21,33,34,37,39,42,58 Flanagan, Mary E. (12) . . . 15,24 Flanagan, Richard (12) . . . 10,14,24,32,35,36,37,38,50 Flanagan, Susan (9) . . . 22,24,28,30,32 Flanery, Diane (10) . . . 21,29,35,39,40,42 Flanery, Richy (1) ... 60 Flannery, Barbara (11) . . . 19,39,40,42 Flannery, Beatrice (10) . . . 21,39,40 Flannery, Cheryl (9) . . . 23 Flannery, Jean (12) ... 38 Flannery, Susan (8) . . . 32,37,61,63,64 Foesch, John (10) . . . 20,30,33,34,36,37 Foesch, Mary (12) . . . 13,14,24,30,33,34,37,38,40,57 Fransen, Delton (9) . . . 23, 27,34,36,45,50 Fransen, Linda (1) ... 60 Fransen, Nancy (11) . . . 19,33,34,37,38 Fransen, Phil (12) . . . 11,24,33,34,36,37,38,39,41,44,50,57 Fuchs, Esther (9) . . . 23,26,39,40 Fuchs, Ronnie (1) . . .60 Gafner, Urs (10) . . . 21,33,34,36,37,39,50 Gavigan, Betty (4) ... 60 Gavigan, Eddie (6) . . . 61,62,63 Gebhardt, John (10) . . . 20,41 Gebhardt, Rudy (5) . . . 61,63 Gierhart, John A (9) . . . 22,28,45 Gierhart, John C. (11). . . 19,33,34,36,38,44,48,51,54 Gilbertson, Burnell (11) . . . 19,41,44,50 Gunderson, Kennlyn (9) . . . 23,32,54 Haesler, John (11) . . . 19,41,44 Hagen, Diana (10) . . . 21,42,58 Hanson, David (3) ... 60 Hanson, Larry (1) . . .60 Hanson, Mr. Everett (T) ... 62 Hanson, Nicky (9) ... 23 Hanson, Sam (12) . . . 15,41 Hanson, Sue (7) . . . 61,63 Hanson, Terry (9) . . . 23 Hartwig, Debra (2) ... 60 Hartwig, Linda (6) . . . 61,62,63 Hassenfelt, Jerry (12) . . . 17,41,50 Hawley, Martha (12) . . . 10,12,14,24,30,33,34,38,39,49,56, 58 Hendrickson, Donnie (9) . . . 23,32,35 Hendrickson, Larry (11) . . . 19,32,34,38 Hermanson, Dorian (10) . . . 20,34,36,48 Hildenbrand, Mrs. Clarice (T) ... 62 Hort, Dean (8) . . . 61,63 Hunter, Georgia (3) ... 60 Isely, Alan (12) . . . 16,50,52 Isely, Angeline (10) . . . 20,30,33,37,40 Jacobson, Rusonda (12) . . . 14,34,42,57 Jacobson, Sharon (10) . . . 21,34,54 Jaggi, Paul (12). . . 11,12,24,32,34,36,38,44,46,51 Jaggi, Peter (10) . . . 21,14 Johnson, Billy (6) . . . 61,62,63 Johnson, David (10) . . . 20,30,35,39,41,48,51 Johnson, Junior (9) . . . 23,26,41,45 Johnson, Larry (11) . . . 19,41,44 Johnson, Leo (12) . . . 10,24,34,41,44,46,50,51 Johnson, Rita (9) . . . 22,27,30,33,34 Kammerud, Sherry (7) . . . 32,37,61,63 Kingeter, Mr. Francis (T) . . . 7,18,26,41 Kohler, Jan (3) ... 60 Kolb, Gene (10) . . . 21,41,44,45,54 Komprood, Sandy (9) . . . 23,39 Kristofferson, Linda (11) ... 19 Kuhnke, Margaret (11) . . . 19,38,40,42 Larson, David (12) . . . 13,24,33,35,36,38,41,50 Larson, Jack (10) . . . 20,33,34,44,45,46,48,51 Lehmann, Diane (9) . . . 23,33,35 Lewis, Tommy (11) . . . 19,41 Loeffelholz, Lucy (10) . . .. 21,40 Lofgren, Hope (11) . . . 18,19,26,35,38,40,55 Lofgren, Laverae (5) . . . 61,62,63 Makos, James (11) . . . 18,41 Marousek, Mr. Howard (T) . . . 7,22,26,39 Marti, Leo (9) . . . 23,33,34,44,45,46,47,48,54 Martinson, Patsy (4) . . .60 Martinson, Sonja (3) ... 60 Martinson, Stevie (7) . . . 33,37,61,63,64 Martinson, Timmy (1) . . . 60 Mason, Dennis (9) . . . 23,41 Matley, Tamara (12) . . . 15,35,37,38,39,40,54 McDonald, Bemie (6) . . . 61,62,63 McDonald, Gail (1) ... 60 McDonald, Janet (4) . . .60 McDonald, Pattie (5) . . . 61,62,63 McGinnity, Geri (2) . . . 60 McGinnity, Karen f7) . . . 32,37,61,63 McGinnity, Mary (11) . . . 18,24,30,33,35,36,37,38,39 McGinnity, Susan (9) ... 22, 30,33,35,37,49 McGinnity, Tom (6) . . . 61,62,63 McMannes, Susan (3) ... 60 Meyer, Connie (6) . . . 61,63 75Meyer, Kitty (9) . . . 22,24,33,35,37 Meyer, James (11) . . . 18,33,34,38,44,46,47,50,51 Meyer, Mr. Charles ... 8 Moen, Donnie (8) . . . 61,63,64 Moen, Robert (9) ... 23,41 Moen, Ruth (12) . . . 13,24,30,33,38,54 Morgan, Mr. Peter (T) . . . 4,28,29 Morgan, Mrs. Marjorie ... 7 Morgan, Steve (9) . . . 22,24,30,33,35,36,45,48 Morgan, Tom (12) . . . 11,24,32,35,36,38,44,45,46,47,50, 51,54,57 Munson, Connie (5) . . . 61,62,63 Nall, David (7) . . . 61,63,64 Nall. Dennis (7) . . . 61,63,64 Nall, Doral (5) . . . 61,63 Nall, Elizabeth (2) ... 60 Nall, Stevie (5) . . . 61.63 Nall, Tommy Lee (6) . . . 61,62,63 Nelson, Donald (9) . . .22,28,39 Nelson, Gretchen (3) ... 60 Nelson, John (3) . . .60 Nelson, Laurabeth (7) . . . 61,62,63 Nelson, Marilyn (10) . . . 20,28,30,34,37,39,42 Nelson, Marjorie (10) . . . 20.24,28,30,32,35,36,37,39 Nelson, Neelian (12) . . . 10,12,24,41,44,46,51,57 Nelson, Stevie (4) . . . 60 Nelson, Thad (8) . . . 61,62,63,64 Nipple, Billy (10) . . . 21,41 Nybroten, Denita (10) ... 21 Nybroten, Phyllis (12) . . . 16,24,40 Nybroten, Rodney (11) . . . 18 Nysted, Carla (2) . . .60 Nysted, Gayle (1) . . .60 Olson, Sherman (8) . . . 61,63 Olson, Sherry (11) . . . 18,24,30,32,34,38,39,54 Ommodt, Ann (12) . . . 17,40 O'Rourke, Charles (11) . . . 19,35,38,39,44 Ostby, Bradley (11) . . . 19,33,35,36,37,38 Ostby, David (5) . . . 61,63 Patterson, Jim (10) ... 21 Paulson, Randy (10) . . . 21,32,41 Paulson, Rodney (9) . . . 23,26,29,41,50 Pederson, Marvin (9) . . . 23,41 Pederson, Mrs. Eleanor (T) ... 62 Penniston, Jimmy (2) . . . 58,60 Penniston, Mrs. Florence (T) . . . 62 Penniston, Norma (9) . . . 22,23,27,32,35 Peterson, Carol (10) . . . 20,30,39,40,42 Peterson, Larry (9) . . . 22,30,41 Phillipson, David (6) . . . 61,62,63 Phillipson, Ricky (3) . . .60 Pittz, John (1) ... 60 Reed, Alice (9) . . . 22,28,39 Reed, Wally (11) ... 19 Rikli, Curtis (2) ... 60 Ronnerud, Karen (12) . . . 11,24,30,33,35,36,37,38,55 Ronnerud, Linda (10) . . . 20,24,28,30,32,34,36,37,39 Ronnerud, Martha (9) . . . 22,30,32,34,37 Ross, Mrs. Elise (T) . . . 6,20,39,42 Rossing, Donald (10) . . . 20,24,28,30,35,36,45,48,50 Rossing, Garry' (4) . . .60 Rossing, Greg (4) . . .60 Rossing, Joe (3) ... 60 Rossing, Margaret (5) . . . 61,63 Rossing, Wayne (5) . . . 61,62,63 Roth, Mr. Ken (T) . . . 6,22,29,44,45,46,51,62 Rufenacht, Janice (3) . . . 60 Rufenacht, Kathy (11). . . 19,34,36,37,38,40,42,49,55 Saalsaa, Mr. Ambrose (BE) ... 8 Schellenger, Jane (7) . . . 61,63 7g Schellenger, Mary Jo (6) . . . 61,62,63 Schellenger, Mike (4) ... 60 Schellenger, Pat (10) . . . 21,32,35,37,39 Schild, David (3) . . . 60 Schild, Debra (5) . . . 61,62,63 Schlafli, August (3) . . .60 Schlafli, Laurel (7) . . . 61,63 Schneider, Debra (2) . . . 60 Schneider, Raymond (1) . . . 60 Schneider, Wayne (5) . . . 61,63 Schober, Mr. Dan (T) . . . 7,20,44,45,48,50 Schoenick, Mr. Don (T) . . . 6,10,38,62 Severson, Carol (11) ... 19 Severson, Diana (8) . . . 61,63 Severson, Mary Lou (10) . . . 21,40 Siegenthaler, Donnie (4) . . . 60 Siegenthaler, Linda (7) . . . 61,63 Skattum, David (10) . . . 20,32,37 Skattum, Judy (10) . . . 21,34 Skinrood, Haila (11) . . . 19,33,35,36,37,38 Skinrood, Loma (9) . . . 22,32,34,37 Soper, John (4) . . .60 Soper, Mary Jean (7) . . . 33,61,63 Soper, Mr. Willard (BE) ... 8 Stamm, Barbara (12) . . . 38,39,40,55 Stamm, Bennie (9) ... 23 Stamm, Gary (2) . . .60 Stamm, Grace (8) . . . 61,63 Steiner, Kathy (12) . . . 15,32,35,36,37,38,39,40 Steiner, Mary (11) . . . 19,34,38 Steiner, Mr. Arnold (BE) ... 8 Stephens, Lester (9) ... 23,41 Strommen, Janice (12) . . . 12,24,32,34,37,49 Swenson, Barbara (6) . . . 61,62,63 Swenson, Calvin (12) . . . 16,41,50 Swenson, R. J. (10) . . . 21,32,35,45,48 Swenson, Sandra (8) . . . 32,37,61,63 Swenson, Sharon (8) . . . 32,37,61,63 Thompson, David (3) ... 60 Thompson, Linda (10) . . . 21,32,35,37,39 Thompson, Nicki (8) . . . 61,62,63,64 Thompson, Dr. Paul (BE) ... 8 Thompson, Sira Jo (7) . . . 32,61,63 Tollakson, Alan (1) ... 60 Tollakson, Bruce (3) . . . 60 Tollakson, Judy (11) . . . 19,34,38,40,49,55 Tollakson, Mark (5) . . . 61,62,63 Tollakson, Neale (7) . . . 32,37,61,63 Upward, Greg (1) ... 60 Venable, Grace (9) . . . 22,34,37,40 Venable, Janice (5) . . . 61,62,63 Venable, Lyn (10) . . . 21,34,39,42 Venable, Patty (1) ... 60 Vinger, David (5) . . . 61,62,63 Vlasak, Rhonda (3) ... 60 Waage, Daryl (12) . . . 15,24,44,48 Waage, Ronnie (10) . . . 20,45,46,48 Walter, Jim (12) ... 17 Watkins, Diane (2) . . . 58,60 Wenger, Allen (5) . . . 61,62,63 Wenger, James (3) ... 60 Wenger, Jay (7) . . . 32,37,61,63,64 Wenger, Jimmy (1) . . .60 Wenger, Judy (11) . . . 18,19,26,38,39,40 Wenger, Karen (2) ... 60 Wenger, Mary (10) . . . 21,32,35,49 Wenger, Mrs. Edna (T) ... 62 Wenger, Paula (1) ... 60 Williams, Bill (9) . . . 23,41 Williams, Janet (8) . . . 33,37,61,63


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