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TREASURED ECHOES VOLUME FIFTEEN 1963 PUBLISHED BY THE ANNUAL STAFF OF ARGYLE HIGH SCHOOL FOR THE SCHOOLS OF JOINT DISTRICT NO. 1 ARGYLE, WISCONSINFOREWORD IN OUR FIFTEENTH EDITION OF "TREASURED ECHOES” WE OF THE 1963 ANNUAL STAFF HAVE TRIED TO MAKE THIS YEARBOOK ONE OF INTEREST TO EVERYONE. OUR TEXTURED COVER AND DIVISION PAGES ARE TWO OF THE NEW IDEAS INCORPORATED INTO THIS VOLUME. YOU WILL ALSO NOTE THAT WE HAVE CHANGED THE ORDER OF CONTENTS FROM PREVIOUS YEARS. IT IS OUR DESIRE THAT THIS PICTURE HISTORY BRINGS YOU PLEASURE FOR MANY YEARS TO COME. TABLE OF CONTENTS ORGANIZATIONS.......................... 3 ACTIVITIES.............................17 ATHLETICS..............................23 FACULTY................................33 SENIORS 41 UNDERCLASSMEN 49 ADVERTISING............................59 INDEX..................................69 2ANNUAL STAFF FIRST ROW: Ellen Bisegger, Lay-out Editor; Sherry Olson, Copy Editor. SECOND ROW: Bradley Ostby, Business Manager. THIRD ROW: Duane Bright, Editor; Mr. Schoenick, Advisor. FIRST ROW: Ellen Bisegger, Nancy Fransen,Hope Lofgren, Barbara Dammen, Mary Steiner. SECOND ROW: Judy Wenger, Kathy Rufenacht, Linda Ronnerud, Sherry Olson, Donnie Rossing, Bradley Ostby. THIRD ROW: David Johnson, Margaret Kuhnke, Jack Larson, Larry Hendrickson, Steve Morgan. FOURTH ROW: Mary McGinnity, Haila Skinrood, Jimmy Meyer, Dennis Burreson, Duane Bright. 3ACAPPELLACHOIR FIRST ROW: Delton Fransen, Linda Coffey, Linda Thompson, Sharon Everson, Rachel Eidsmoe, Mary Everson, Diane Lehmann, Susan Flannery, Rodney Paulson, Chuck O'Rourke, Donnie Nelson, Ellen Bisegger, Thad Nelson. SECOND ROW: Mary Steiner, Grace Venable, Hope Lofgren, Randy Paulson, Bob Arnot, Nicki Thompson, JoAnn Everson, Karen Anderson, Sharon Swenson, Imogene Isely, Judy Skattum, Diane Flanery, Mary Wenger. THIRD ROW: Wally Reed, Dennis Mason, Sam Conway, Linda Ronnerud, Barbara Dam-men, Marjorie Nelson, Sandra Swenson, David Johnson, Nancy Fransen, Kitty Meyer, Kennlyn Gunderson, Janet Williams, Kristine Aim. FOURTH ROW: John Foesch, Leo Marti, Dorian Herman son, R. J. Swenson, John C. Gierhart, Susan McGinnity, Mary Mc-Ginnity, Jack Larson, Larry Hendrickson, Kathy Rufenacht, Haila Skinrood, Dennis Burreson, Donnie Hendrickson, Steve Morgan. FIFTH ROW: Duane Bright, James Wyss, Urs Gafner, Mary Chenous, Sherry Olson, Mary Ann Flanagan, John A. Gierhart, Donnie Rossi ng, Bradley Ostby, Lyn Venable, Lorna Skinrood, Phil Emberson, Carol Wyss, Marilyn Nelson. 45GRADE CHORUSES FIRST ROW: Barbara Nybroten, Tommy Coffey, Rodney Paulson, Tommy Lee Nall, Dean Ritschard, Sherman Peterson, Vergil Peterson, Art Gilbertson, David Lehmann, Stuart Campbell, Bernie McDonald, Kathy Barry, Steve Mason. SECOND ROW: Laurabeth Nelson, Sue Hanson, Sheree Kammerud, Linda Lawver, Wayne Fischer, Richard Weiler, Terry Flannery, Billy Johnson, Robert Walter, David Widmer, Jay Wenger, Richard Larson, Eddie Gavigan, Laurel Schlafli. THIRD ROW: Connie Rufener, Mike Hagen, Linda Hartwig, Connie Meyer, David Phillipson, Dennis Nall, Neale Tollakson, Marcia Nipple, Maureen Coffey, Jane Schellenger, Vicky Anderson, Barbara Davis, Mary Flannery, Linda Brandt. FOURTH ROW: JoAnn Wyttenbach, Marion Peterson, Sara Jo Thompson, Barbara Swenson, Marilyn Jacobson, Leroy Thompson, David Nall, James Haesler, Jackie Wyss, Judy Wyttenbach, Linda Siegenthaler, Diane Burreson, Beth Skattum, Karen McGinnity. FIFTH ROW: Jerry Hendrickson, C. Mark Anderson, Steve Martinson, Gary Budsberg, Jerry DeNure, Larry Flannery, Don Daly, Leo Daly, Steve Anderson, Kathy Moen, Tom McGinnity, Connie Paulson, Mary Jo Schellenger, Mary Jeanne Soper. FIRST ROW: Wayne Rossing, Diane Peterson, Mark Lehmann, Allen Wenger, Andy Anderson, Wayne Schneider, Pattie McDonald, Irene Elmer, Angela Campbell, Jane Meier, Janet McDonald, Dennis Paulson. SECOND ROW: Donald Lawver, Jimmy Thompson, Steve Allen, Paul Rufener, Geri Hassenfeldt, Sandra Widmer, Glenda Erickson, Doris Foxen, Doral Nall, Steve Nall, Garry Rossing, Robert Flanagan, Joan Brandt. THIRD ROW: David Moen, Danny Miller, Steven Nelson, Tom Arnot, Mike Schellenger, Patsy Martinson, Carol Daly, Zonaglae Matley, Susan Bahe, Beth Nipple, Mark Anderson, Greg Rossing, Ardis Jacobson. FOURTH ROW: Connie Munson, Peggy Erickson, Laverne Lofgren, Barbara Greenhill, Janice Venable, Mike Dunlavy, John Soper, Edward Meier, David Vinger, Rudy Gebhardt, Margaret Rossing, Sybil Meade, Betty Gavigan. FIFTH ROW: Mark Tollakson, John Williams, Jeff Williams, Marsha Mason, Donnie Siegenthaler, Pat Dunlavy, Dorothy Flanagan, David Ostby, John Corbin, Allen Strothman, Nancy Haesler, Debra Schild, Martha Anderson. 6FIRST ROW: Mary Ellen Everson, Linda Ronnerud, Marjorie Nelson, Ellen Bisegger. SECOND ROW: Steve Morgan, Barbara Dammen, Marilyn Nelson, Bradley Ostby. THIRD ROW: Carol Wyss, Dennis Burreson, James Wyss, Kathy Rufenacht. FOURTH ROW: Urs Gainer, Haila Skinrood, Mary McGinnity, Duane Bright. MADRIGAL SINGERS Every Monday evening from 7:30 to 9:00 during the school year the Madrigal Singers rehearse for concerts, caroling and festival. The pictures on the right show some scenes from our varied activities. The top picture shows us when we were invited into the Morgan home on our night of caroling. In the center picture we are seen waiting for what proved to be an unexpected, tasty treat provided by Carol Wyss. At two other times during the year, Christmas and Spring, we have bowling parties after which we dine at a fine restaurant. The lower picture shows Kathy Rufenacht after delivering her bowling ball. Some of the rest of the singers are shown in the background. Our most promising bowling prospects are Kathy and Urs. 7SENIOR FIRST ROW: Sara Jo Thompson, Sandra Swenson, Sharon Swenson, Sheree Kammerud, Linda Coffey, Linda Thompson. SECOND ROW: Carol Wyss, Kennlyn Gunderson, Donnie Hendrickson, Randy Paulson, Kathy Barry, Mary Jo Schellenger, Linda Ronnerud, Larry Hendrickson, David Skattum. THIRD ROW: Duane Bright, Ellen Bisegger, Bob Arnot, Karen McCinnity, Jay Wenger, Pat Schellenger, R. J. Swenson, Diane Lehmann, David Phillipson, Haila Skinrood, Nancy Fransen, Jack Larson, Tom McCinnity. FOURTH ROW: David Johnson, Sam Conway, John C. Gierhart, Jim Meyer, Don Rossing. DIRECTOR Mr. Don Schoenick FLUTES PICCOLO Susan McCinnity 10 Kitty Meyer 10 Karen Anderson 9 Maureen Coffey 8 Barbara Swenson 7 Mark Anderson 7 OBOE Bernie McDonald 7 CLARINETS Sara Jo Thompson 8 Sandra Swenson 9 Sharon Swenson 9 Sheree Kammerud 8 Linda Coffey 9 Linda Thompson 11 Carol Wyss 11 Kennlyn Gunderson 10 Donnie Hendrickson 10 Randy Paulson 11 Nicki Thompson 9 Kathy Barry 8 Mary Jo Schellenger 7 ALTO CLARINET Linda Ronnerud 11 BASS CLARINETS Larry Hendrickson 12 David Skattum 11 ALTO SAXOPHONES Angie Isely 11 Barbara Dammen 12 James Wyss 10 TENOR SAXOPHONES Sherry Olson 12 Urs Gafner 11 Dennis Bur re son 10 BARITONE SAXOPHONE John Foesch 11 TRUMPETS Duane Bright 12 Ellen Bisegger 12 Bob Arnot 9 Karen McCinnity 8 Jay Wenger 8 Pat Schellenger 11 R. J. Swenson 11 Diane Lehmann 10 David Phillipson 7 FRENCH HORNS Steve Morgan 10 Marjorie Nelson 11 JoAnn Everson 9 BARITONES Mary McCinnity 12 Mary Flanagan 11 Mary Jean Soper 8 Kristine Aim 9 TROMBONES Janet Williams 9 Steve Martinson 8 Sharon Everson 11 Leo Marti 10 Bradley Ostby 12 Beth Bloom 10 Laurabeth Nelson 8 TUBAS Haila Skinrood 12 Nancy Fransen 12 Jack Larson 11 Tom McCinnity 7 TYMPANI Don Rossing 11 DRUMS Susan Flannery 9 Lorn a Skinrood 10 Neale Tollakson 8 Thad Nelson 9 Billy Johnson 7 Larry Peterson 10 BELLS Marilyn Nelson 11 MAJORETTE Nicki Thompson 9 TW1RLERS Mary Wenger 11 Mary Fischer 12 Norma Penniston 10 Judy Wenger 12 Judy Skattum 10 Grace Venable 10 COLOR GUARD Sam Conway 12 John C. Gierhart 12 Jimmy Meyer 12 David Johnson 11 8BAND FIRST ROW: JoAnn Everson, Marjorie Nelson, Steve Morgan, Kitty Meyer, Susan McGinnity. SECOND ROW: Dennis Burreson, Urs Gafner, Sherry Olson, James Wyss, Barbara Dammen, Angie Isely, Bemie McDonald, Mark Anderson, Barbara Swenson, Maureen Coffey, Karen Anderson. THIRD ROW: John Foesch, Laurabeth Nelson, Beth Bloom, Bradley Ostby, Leo Marti, Sharon Everson, Steve Martinson, Janet Williams, Kristine Aim, Mary Jean Soper, Mary Ann Flanagan, Mary Kay McGinnity. FOURTH ROW: Neale Tollakson, Larry Peterson, Billy Johnson,Thad Nelson, Lorna Skinrood, Susan Flannery, Marilyn Nelson, Mary Fischer, Judy Skattum, Mary Wenger, Norma Penniston, Grace Venable, Judy Wenger, Nicki Thompson. REPERTOIRE 1963-1963 CONCERT SEASON All Glory Be to God on High, Chorale Prelude--J. S. Bach, Menuetto from Symphony No. 39 in Eb— Mozart, Third Movement from Italian Symphony--Mendelssohn, Marche Slave--Tschaikowsky, Finale from Symphony No. 1--Kalinnikov, Fanfare and Rondo--Purcell, From Heaven Above to Earth I Come. Eb Magnificat--J. S. Bach, A Christmas Festival--Anderson, Them Bases--Huffine, Spirit of Canaveral, Concert March--Barnard, Variations on a Tune for Tympani--Gardner, A Trumpeter's Lullaby—Ander-son, Winter Carnival—Stuart, Caribbean Fantasy—Morrissey, Scarlet Ribbons--Danzig, Blue Tango— Anderson, The Donkey Calypso—Pollock, Stardust—Carmichael, The Bluebells of Scotland, from Scottish Suite—Anderson. 9PEP BAND FIRST ROW: Ellen Bisegger, Maureen Coffey, Karen Anderson, Loma Skinrood, Susan Flannery, Neale Tollakson, Bob Arnot, Pat Schellenger, Jay Wenger. SECOND ROW: Sheree Kammerud, Linda Thompson, Linda Coffey, Sara Jo Thompson, Sharon Swenson, Sandra Swenson, Angie Isely, Kitty Meyer. THIRD ROW: Steve Martinson, Sharon Everson, Janet Williams, Mary Ann Flanagan, Barbara Dammen, Linda Ronnerud, JoAnn Everson, Marjorie Nelson. FOURTH ROW: Sherry Olson, Karen McGinnity, John Foesch, Haila Skinrood, Nancy Fransen, Urs Gafner, David Skattum, Mary McGinnity, student conductor. GRADE BAND FIRST ROW: Irene Elmer, Debra Schild, Connie Munson, Steven Nelson, Jackie Wyss, Laurel Schlafli, Linda Hartwig, Jeff Williams, Mark Tollakson. SECOND ROW: Barbara Davis, Andy Anderson, Wayne Rossing, Rodney Paulson, Mike Schellenger, Janice Venable, Janet McDonald, Pattie McDonald, David Vinger, John Williams. STANDING: Allen Wenger, Tommy Lee Nall, Tommy Coffey, Laveme Lofgren, Margaret Rossing. 10FIRST ROW: Mrs. Ross, advisor, Ellen Bisegger, Donald Nelson, Susan Flannery, Diane Lehmann, Beth Bloom, Linda Thompson. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Ronnerud, advisor, Carol Peterson, Barbara Dammen, Linda Coffey, Sandra Swenson, Diane FIanery, Imogene Isely, Nicki Thompson. THIRD ROW: Sharon Swenson, Mary Ann Flanagan, Carol Wyss, Karen Anderson, Marilyn Nelson, Marjorie Nelson, Lyn Venable. FOURTH ROW: Sherry Olson, Kenny Elmer, Mary Kay McGinmty, Ken Daly, Susan McGinnity, Linda Ronnerud. Mary McGinnity has competed in forensics for all four years and has won a letter in Speech both as a Junior and Senior. FORENSICS Forensics is an extracurricular activity which attracts many students. These students realize its value which teaches them not only to speak more correctly but also makes them more secure in speaking before a group. There are several divisions of forensics organized in the following areas: PUBLIC ADDRESS—an original talk organized and delivered by the contestant, FOUR-MINUTE SPEECH--one written and memorized by the contestant, EXTEMPORANEOUS SPEAKING--an original speech organized within an hour time limit, ORIGINAL ORATORY—a memorized ten-minute speech written by the contestant, NON-ORIGINAL ORATORY--also a ten-minute speech but written by someone other than the contestant, INTERPRETATIVE READING—a non-memorized reading aloud of poetry, PLAY READING—a reading of a play from a script, MEMORIZED DECLAMATION--a memorized presentation of a short story, novel or play. Argyle High School prides itself in its forensics endeavors as guided by Mrs. Ross and Mrs. Ronnerud. IIFIRST ROW: Ellen Bisegger, Donnie Nelson, Mary Nipple, Beth Bloom, Linda Thompson. SECOND ROW: Barbara Dammen, Carol Wyss, Mary Chenous, Imogene Isely. THIRD ROW: Marilyn Nelson, Sharon Swenson, Sherry Olson, Ken Daly, Sandra Swenson. FOURTH ROW: Bradley Ostby, Mary McGinnity, Haila Skinrood, Urs Gafner. OFFICERS. FIRST ROW: Ellen Bisegger, vice-president; Barbara Dammen, secretary; Beth Bloom, treasurer. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Ross, advfsor; Ken Daly, president; Mrs. Ronnerud, advisor. DRAMATICS CLUB Dramatics has been a popular activity for many years, and this year, for the first time, a Dramatics Club has been organized under the direction of Mrs. Ross. The highlight of a very successful year was the play, "Book Lovers,"by John Kirkpatrick. This play received an "A" rating at the local contest, competing against another Argyle play, "Two Crooks and a Lady," and it went on to further honors by winning "A" ratings at the league and district contests. We are very proud of our play group; it has been quite a number of years since a play from Argyle has gone to the sectional contest. 12FIRST ROW: Beth Bloom, Mary Fischer, Mary Nipple, Grace Stamm. SECOND ROW: Imogene Isely, Rachel Eidsmoe, Diana Hagen, Diane Flanery. THIRD ROW: Norman Swenson, Hope Lofgren, Margaret Kuhnke, Judy Wenger, Carol Peterson. FOURTH ROW: Marilyn Nelson, Kathy Rufenacht, Mary Ann Flanagan, Haila Skinrood. LIBRARY Student library assistants were first organized as a club several years ago and called themselves the "Shelf Shufflers." These students do their school an invaluable service. Among their duties is charging books, reshelving and shelf-reading to keep materials in proper order so they can be found immediately. Another important and never-ending job is that of processing new books; this includes accessioning, classifying, cataloging and filing cards, and the complete marking of books to ready them for the reader. Bulletin boards, mending and records are further responsibilities. Though supreme effort and accomplishment are recognized on Award Day, all these student librarians deserve a vote of thanks from the student body. One of the social activities of the club is the annual Christmas party at which all enjoy a fine meal, fun and exchange of gifts. LIBRARY OFFICERS. FIRST ROW: Mrs. Ross, advisor; Kathy Rufenacht, president. SECOND ROW: Marilyn Nelson, secretary; Mary Ann Flanagan, vice-president; Beth Bloom, treasurer. 13FIRST ROW: Diana Severson, Ellen Bisegger, Mary Fischer, Linda Anderson, Linda Weiler. SECOND ROW: Angie Isely, Mary Ellen Everson, Mary Nipple, Esther Fuchs, Rachel Eidsmoe. THIRD ROW: Pat Schellenger, Carol Peterson, Hope Lofgren, Diana Hagen, Lyn Venable. FOURTH ROW: Judy Wenger, Marilyn Nelson, Mary Che-nous, Kathy Rufenacht, Mary Ann Flanagan, Barbara Flannery. FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA OFFICERS AND ADVISOR. FIRST ROW: Mary Ellen Everson, treasurer; Mrs. Barnes, advisor. SECOND ROW: Judy Wenger, president; Hope Lofgren, vice-president; Barbara Flannery, secretary. 14FIRST ROW: Leon Foxen, Robert Schmid, Calvin Ritschard, Donnie Moen, Chuck O'Rourke, Rodney Paulson, Steve Campbell, Vergil Dammen. SECOND ROW: Jimmy Hanson, John Meade, John Dunlavy, John Gebhardt, James Makos, Paul Dammer, Nicky Hanson, Larry Johnson. THIRD ROW: Phil Emberson, David Ayen, Gene Kolb, Larry Hendrickson, Marvin Pederson, Ken Daly, Jeff Williams, Tommy Lewis. FOURTH ROW: R. J. Swenson, Burnell Gilbertson, Billy Nipple, Bill Williams, Larry Peterson, Lester Stephens, Steve Corbin, John Haesler. FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA OFFICERS AND ADVISOR. FIRST ROW: Mr. Kingeter, advisor; Billy Nipple, sentinel; John Gebhardt, reporter. SECOND ROW: Ken Daly, president; Gene Kolb, vice-president; James Makos, secretary; David Ayen, treasurer. 15FIRST ROW: Ellen Bisegger, Barbara Dammen, Chuck O'Rourke, Mary Steiner. SECOND ROW: Nancy Fransen Sam Conway, Duane Bright, Sherry Olson, Bradley Ostby. THIRD ROW: Jeff Williams, Haila Skinrood, LarrJ Hendrickson, Mary Kay McGinnity. FOURTH ROW: John C. Gierhart, Bumell Gilbertson, Jim Meyer, John Ha pc! or ’ SENIOR LETTER WINNERS BAND--Concert Marching Ellen Bisegger 2,3,4 Duane Bright 2,3,4 Barbara Dammen 3,4 Nancy Fransen 3,4 Larry Hendrickson 2,3,4 Mary McGinnity 2,3,4 Sherry Olson 2,3,4 Bradley Ostby 2,3,4 Haila Skinrood 3,4 Mary Steiner 2 Jeff Williams 2 BAND- -Marching Sam Conway 3,4 Mary Fischer 4 John C. Gierhart 3,4 Jim Meyer 3,4 SPEECH Ellen Bisegger 3,4 Mary McGinnity 3,4 Sherry Olson 3,4 BASEBALL Duane Bright 1,2,3,4 Jim Meyer 1,2,3,4 Jeff Williams 2 BASKETBALL Duane Bright 2,3,4 Jim Meyer 2,3,4 Jeff Williams 2,3 FOOTBALL Duane Bright 3,4 Sam Conway 2,3,4 John C. Gierhart 2,3,4 Burnell Gilbertson 3,4 John Haesler 2,3,4 Jim Meyer 2,3,4 Chuck O'Rourke 4 FOOTBALL- -Manager Chuck O'Rourke 3 Jeff Williams 2 TRACK Duane Bright 2,3,4 Sam Conway 1,2,3,4 16HOMECOMING Homecoming 1962 began on the eve of the game with the traditional bonfire and pep rally. Appropriate talks were given by the coaches and team members. The Friday afternoon parade featured the queen and her court, the band, and floats from grades 8 thru 12. After the rousing victory over New Glarus, the dance climaxed the festivities. Russ Wilson's orchestra played as the court took the spotlight for the evening. Queen Kathy Rufenacht and King Jim Meyer By combining the New Glarus Swiss theme of William Tell with football, the Juniors walked off with first prize in the parade. The boys on the float are Jim Patterson and Ken Elmer. 17a HOMECOMING ROYALTY. Sophomore attendants, Grace Venable and James Wyss; Senior attendants, Mary Ann Fischer and Burnell Gilbertson; Queen Kathy Rufenacht and King Jim Meyer; Junior attendants, Mary Jane Wenger and Kenny Elmer; Freshman attendants, Nicki Thompson and John Dunlavy. The Freshman Glass displayed structural abil- Jim Makos is the proud driver of a convertible which ity in its float, "Sail on to Victory." carries four smiling homecoming attendants. 18HOMECOMING The Aigyle Marching Band represents the school in its traditionally fine manner. The Sophomore float shows a lot of hard work and imagination. "Victory Straight1' was given third prize. Second prize was awarded to this Senior float by the judges Mrs. Kermit Watkins, Mrs. Vemus Nelson Jr. andMr. Paul Thompson. Queen KathyJUNIOR PROM Queen Judy Tollakson, King Wally Reed As the attendants and miniature royalty look on, Wally crowns Judy queen of the Junior Prom. 20 The prom theme of "Blue Hawaii" suggested many ideas which were successfully carried out by this year's graduating class. The main attraction was a replica of a small Hawaiian island. Bradley Ostby constructed and painted a very realistic waterfall and the crowning took place in front of a mural showing an ocean scene. The music was fiuv nished by the orchestra of Duane Burley. Sherry Olson, Bradley Ostby John Haesler, Judy Wenger Jim Meyer, Barbara Dammen The grand march was led by Miniature Queen Jan Penniston and Miniature King Mark Upward with a little gentle persuasion from Judy and Wally.FUN FADS AND FASHION Upper left: Sherry Olson and Steve Morgan demonstrate the latest national popular dance, the twist. Upper right: Ellen Bisegger and Duane Bright are trying Argyle's own "Penguin" originated by Bradley Ostby. Right above: Norma Penniston, whom we have chosen to represent us in fashion, is shown wearing the popular combination of a kilt and knee socks. Upper left: Kenny Elmer tries the limbo at the Halloween party. Lower left: Finalists for best costume were Larry Hendrickson, Grace Venable, Marjorie Nelson, Linda Ronnerud, winner Sherry Jacobson and Bradley Ostby. 22I t ATHLETICS (FIRST ROW: John C. Gierhart, Sam Conway, John Haesler, Burnell Gilbertson, Jim Meyer. SECOND ROW: Duane Bright, Peter Jaggi, Jack Larson, Leo Marti. THIRD ROW: Coach Schober, Bradley Ostby, Kenny Elmer, Gene Kolb, Donnie Rossing, Chuck O'Rourke. FOOTBALL CONFERENCE RUNNER-UP The Argyle High School football team enjoyed one of its most successful campaigns in recent years. In fact, this was the best record since the undefeated team of 1948. In the first game the offense did more than its share of work as it rolled up 45 points to South Wayne's 27. Against Juda the boys got off to a slow start in the rain but came up with a surge of points and won 53 to 27. The offense was checked in the next game before it could get its normal output, but the defense held Orfordville to 6 points making the victory possible. Homecoming was a very happy occasion as the offense got in gear again and rolled to a 51 to 26 victory over New Glarus. Having four impressive victories the locals were invaded by Brodhead who hoped to stay in contention for the league championship; it proved to be a very rough game but our boys had their minds made up to win and did so by a score of 19 to 14. The next game was with our arch-rival Blanchardville at their homecoming. After the team made a slow start it received a little pep talk at half time and took the field the second half looking like new and went on to win 47 to 19. The puzzling thing about this game was that the boys couldn't figure out why Coach Schober wanted to win it so badly. The lastgame of the season was played against Belleville with the championship at stake. Practically every football fan in Argyle and the surrounding area turned out for the game only to see the boys go down to dismal defeat 45 to 0. Our team couldn't get aroused and Belleville couldn't be stopped. On another given night the score might have been reversed. 23SAM CONWAY Regular center and linebacker for three years, 2nd team all-conference offensive team as Senior, selected on All-Madison-Area Eight Man football team, chosen most valuable as Senior, led league in most fumble recoveries with six and ran one back 98 yards for a league record. JOHN HAESLER Regular for three years, chosen most valuable as Junior, 2nd team all-conference as Junior, all-conference defensive team as Senior, defensive standout, averaged 16 tackles per game. SCOREBOARD ARGYLE OPPONENT 45 . . . South Wayne . . . 27 53 . . .Juda . 27 20 . . . Orfordville . . . . 6 51 . . . New Glarus . . . . 26 19 . . . Brodhead . 14 47 . . . Blanchardville . . 19 0 . . . Belleville .... . 45 FINAL CONFERENCE STANDINGS Team W L Pet. Belleville 7 0 1.000 ARGYLE 6 1 .857 Blanchardville 5 2 .714 South Wayne 4 3 .571 Brodhead 3 4 .429 Orfordville 2 5 .286 Juda 1 6 .143 New Glarus 0 7 .000 BURNELL GILBERTSON Regular for two years, all-conference offensive team in Senior year, averaged 10 tackles per game. DUANE BRIGHT Regular quarterback for 2 years, 2nd team all-conference as Junior, all-conference offensive team as Senior, selected to All-Madison-Area Eight Man football team, chosen captain by his teammates, led league in total yardage over two-year span--2650 total yards. Student managers John Gebhardt and Billy Nipple.( The Argyle defense is diagnosing the play trying to figure out where the ball is in order to make the tackle. John C. Gierhart runs around end and is in the process of out-maneuvering a Blanchardvilie man for a first down. JUNIOR VARSITY FOOTBALL. FIRST ROW: Thad Nelson, Joe Flanagan, Vergil Dammen, Calvin Rits-chard, Steve Campbell, Steve Elmer. SECOND ROW: Randy Paulson, Jimmy Hanson, John Dunlavy, Paul Dammen, David Ayen, Steve Morgan. THIRD ROW: James Wyss, Lester Stephens, Delton Fransen, John A. Gierhart, Dennis Burreson, R. J. Swenson. 25LEFT TO RIGHT: Manager John C. Gierhart, Leo Marti, Jack Larson, Duane Bright, David Johnson, Ron Waage, Don Rossing, Larry Hendrickson, Ken Elmer, Jim Meyer, Coach Roth. VARSITY BASKETBALL - CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS Conference champions! Coach Ken Roth's Oriole varsity posted one of the best seasons inArgyle's history by winning the championship, the first in twenty years. Having been defeated by the two other contenders for the top spot in the first round of play, they evened their record with New Glarus and Brodhead the second time around making it possible for a three-way tie. They began the campaign with five wins in a row including a one-point victory over Albany at Albany on a basket by Jack Larson with three seconds to go. The team then lost two out of three and finally won the last ten consecutive games. The 90 to 48 win over South Wayne provided the greatest margin of victory scored by any Argyle team, 42 points. This year's team also broke many other important modem records which contributed to their success: highest total points--1229, best team field goal percentage—.428, most field goals--503, fewest fouls--275, and most total re-bounds--830. SCOREBOARD STATE LINE LEAGUE TEAM STANDINGS Team W L Pet. TP OP ARGYLE 16 2 .889 1229 1069 New Glarus 16 2 .889 1178 974 Brodhead 16 2 .889 1245 832 Albany 10 8 .556 1123 943 Orfordville 10 8 .556 1141 985 Juda 8 10 .444 915 961 Blanchardville 5 13 .278 884 1035 Belleville 3 14 .176 764 1099 South Wayne 3 14 .176 772 1058 Monticello 2 16 .111 797 1092 26 Argyle Opponents 71 Belleville 39 63 Albany 62 69 Orford- ville 58 75 Juda 58 59 Monticello 50 64 New Glarus 67 75 B1 anchard- ville 59 37 Brodhead 74 87 Belleville 65 90 South Wayne 48 55 Juda 51 82 Monticello 68 68 Blanchard- ville 58 67 New Glarus 62 63 Brodhead 62 74 Orford- ville 72 67 South Wayne 58 63 Albany 58JACK LARSON Junior Forward .481 FG Pet. 248 points DUANE BRIGHT Senior Guard .745 FT Pet. Captain 244 points JIM MEYER Senior Center 274 rebounds Most Valuable 259 points LEO MARTI Sophomore Forward .475 FG Pet. 283 points RON WAAGE Junior Guard .200 FT Pet. 138 points "A" TEAM ACTION. UPPER LEFT: Jack Larson controls the tip (as he did so often this season) while Ron Waage breaks to the side to set up the tip-off play. UPPER RIGHT: It may look like Jack Larson is blocking a shot by Leo Marti, but they are both going for the rebound which ended up in Leo's hands. LOWER LEFT: Jim Meyer goes high into the air to pull down another rebound to add to his record total. LOWER RIGHT: As the result of a well-practiced fast break, Ron Waage lays up a lefthander for two points.FIRST ROW: Coach Schober, Rodney Paulson, Vic Weibel, Manager Terry Hanson. SECOND ROW: Steve Elmer, Bob Arnot, James Wyss, Larry Peterson, Bill Williams, Dorian Hermanson, R. J. Swenson, Dennis Burreson, Steve Morgan, Donnie Hendrickson, Joe Flanagan, Don Nelson. JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL -CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS Coach Schober's "B" team ended its season with an impressive string of twelve consecutive victories after a 3 win--3 loss beginning. The championship title was decided on the final night of play in a thrilling 37 to 35 overtime contest against Albany. Team scoring was led by sophomores Dennis Burreson with an all-time "B"team record of 234 points and sophomore Steve Morgan who had 163 points. The other SCOREBOARD three regulars on the team, R. J. Swenson, Dorian Hermanson and James Wyss, did Argyle Opponents an excellent job of rebounding with 114, 104 and 96 rebounds respectively. This 28 Belleville 15 year's teamset two important records, highest team field goal percentage (.383) and 22 Albany 32 best free throw percentage (.531). These boys should be fine additions to next year's 26 Orford- varsity team. ville 21 STATE LINE LEAGUE TEAM STANDINGS 35 Juda 34 Team W L Pet. TP OP 25 Monti- ARGYLE 15 3 .833 616 499 cello 33 Albany 15 3 .833 685 479 22 New Glarus 35 Monticello 14 4 .778 621 527 38 Blanchard- Brodhead 13 5 .722 716 563 ville 23 New Glarus 10 8 .556 626 541 33 Brodhead 29 Juda 8 10 .444 512 575 44 Belleville 26 Belleville 6 12 .333 550 612 25 South Orfordville 6 12 .333 516 617 Wayne 20 Blanchardville 2 16 .111 455 724 47 Juda 25 South Wayne 1 17 .056 495 610 42 Monti- 28 34 40 32 49 37 37 cello Blanchard-ville New Glarus Brodhead Orfordville South Wayne Albany 26 32 33 23 31 26 35"B" TEAM ACTION. LEFT: R. J. Swenson is going up for an easy lay-up in our home game against Monticello. CENTER: Between the third and fourth quarters Coach Schober discusses strategy with R. J. Swenson, James Wyss, Dennis Burreson, Dorian Hermanson and Steve Morgan. RIGHT: Steve Morgan adds two points in our 42 to 26 victory. GRADE BASKETBALL. FIRST ROW: Tom Coffey, Art Gilbertson, Tommy Lee Nall, Rodney Paulson, David Lehmann, Sherman Peterson. SECOND ROW: Mike Hagen, Richie Larson, David Byrne, Steve Mason, Jay Wenger, Eddie Gavigan. THIRD ROW: Dennis Nall, John Runke, David Phillipson, Tom McCinnity, Steve Martinson, La-verne Lofgren, C. Mark Anderson, manager. FOURTH ROW: Neale Tollakson, Gary Budsberg, David Nall, Jerry DeNure, Leroy Thompson, Mr. Holcomb, coach. 29 BASEBALL Duane Bright raps out another double as the hardhitting Orioles compete at the Darlington district baseball tournament. BASEBALL RETURNEES. FIRST ROW: Donnie Nelson, John Gebhardt, David Johnson, Steve Morgan. SECOND ROW: John A. Gierhart, Billy Nipple, Duane Bright, Gene Kolb. THIRD ROW: Leo Marti, Jim Meyer, Jack Larson, Coach Roth. Jim Meyer displays good form as he connects for a double. BASEBALL CANDIDATES. FIRST ROW: David Anderson, Calvin Ritschard. SECOND ROW: Joe Flanagan, Bob Amot, Steve Elmer. THIRD ROW: Randy Paulson, David Ayen.Sam Conway receives the baton and anchors the medley relay team to an "almost" victory only to be nosed out by one-tenth of a second. TRACK CANDIDATES. FIRST ROW: Vic Weibel, Donnie Nelson, Calvin Ritschard. SECOND ROW: Steve Elmer, Bob Amot, Joe Flanagan. THIRD ROW: Burnell Gilbertson, John C. Gierhart, Rodney Nybroten. FOURTH ROW: R. J. Swenson, Jim Meyer, Billy Nipple. TRACK Don Rossing is making an all-out effort in representing Argyle in one of the running events at the Darlington district track meet. TRACK RETURNEES. FIRST ROW: John Gebhardt, Delton Fransen, Sam Conway. SECOND ROW: Coach Schober, James Wyss, Dennis Burreson. THIRD ROW: Bradley Ostby, Donnie Rossing, Urs Gafner. FOURTH ROW: Kenny Elmer, Duane Bright, Ken Daly, John Haesler. faa r UPPER LEFT. A TEAM FOOTBALL CHEERLEADERS. Kathy Rufenacht, Mary Jane Wenger, Grace Venable, Susan McGinnity. ABOVE. A TEAM BASKETBALL CHEERLEADERS. Kathy Rufenacht, Mary Jane Wenger, Grace Venable, Susan McGinnity. LEFT. B TEAM BASKETBALL CHEERLEADERS. Kennlyn Gunderson, Nicki Thompson, Karen Anderson, Janet Williams. CHEERLEADERS B TEAM FOOTBALL CHEERLEADERS. Janet Williams, Karen Anderson, Nicki Thompson, Kennlyn Gunderson. GRADE BASKETBALL CHEERLEADERS. Diane Burreson, Jackie Wyss, Marilyn Jacobson, Jane Schellenger.- • ■ FACULTY iPRINCIPAL A SENIOR CLASS TRIBUTE------ Mr. Morgan will always be remembered by the class of "63" for his encouraging and helpful advice. Through his "famous" stories we have learned many valuable traits of successful living. We have admired his versatility in school and community affairs; we look up to him as a model citizen. Therefore we, the senior class of 1963, would like to express our sincere appreciation to Mr. Morgan for all he has given us. Peter J. Morgan BOARD OF EDUCATION Arnold Steiner Ambrose Saalsaa Dr. Paul Thompson Kaspar Berget Eugene Moen 33HOWARD MAROUSEK Business FRANCIS KINGETER Agriculture FACULTY Sewing was one of the areas of training offered in Home Economics this fall. Mrs. Barnes is shown helping Lyn Venable and Pat Schellenger while Mary Steiner is busy completing her Project. 34DAN SCHOBER VERNA BARNES Phy. Ed., History Home Economics KEN ROTH Phy. Ed., Soc. Studies Mr. Marousek corrects one of Norma Penniston's errors. Other members of this personal typing class are Marjorie Nelson, Marilyn Nelson, Mary Ellen Everson, Angie Isely, Grace VenaMe and Linda Ron-nerud. John Foesch and Dorian Her-m an son watch Mary Jane Wenger's experiment with air pressure as Mr. Arnot explains the results. 35FACULTY Susan Flannery, Mary McGin-nity, Sandra Swenson, Ellen Bisegger, Linda Weiler, Bob Amot, Sharon Swenson y Karen Anderson son alumnos de la clase de espanol. Su profesora es la senora Ronnerud. Learning about and repairing motors has been one of the Ag. projects this year. To the left we see Bill Williams starting a motor with the assistance of Rodney Paulson and Larry Peterson under the watchful eye of Mr. Kingeter. ROBERT J. ARNOT Science JANICE RONNERUD Spanish, English DON SCHOENICK Music 36FRANCES SAETHER Seventh Grade BERTHA MUELLER Sixth Grade ELEANOR PEDERSON Fifth Grade BLANCH BLEILER Fourth Grade 37CLARICE REINMANN Everson School CLARINDA WEINSCHENK Mud Branch School FLORENCE PENN1STON First Grade ARDYTH ROSSING First Grade CLARICE HILDENBRAND Second Grade FACULTY EDNA WENGER Third GradeAbove we see some second graders patiently waiting in line while their classmates are swinging on the monkey bars. Geri McGinnity is leading the third grade music class in one of their favorite games, "Did You Ever See a Lassie?" Art is fast becoming a thoroughly enjoyed activity. Mrs. Amot, shown in a typical high school art class, is inspecting Kennlyn Gunderson's work. The painters seated at the table are Marjorie Nelson, Sharon Everson, Angie Isely and Linda Ronnerud. David Anderson is standing and checking his completed project. 39JANITORS SECRETARY Marjorie Morgan Jimmie Penniston and Charlie Meyer Second Semester Business Education Teachers: Miss Constance Peterson. BUS DRIVERS A1 Jack Willard Goepfert Lunda Soper Fred Ross 40 .A ': Ztt JxSSiS r K- ' -.$% ■ ■• . "T 1 -'—r'— “ ■ —-■. ■• . - - --1 - n- — V- • — -.T-» r » SENIORS SENIORS SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS AND ADVISORS. FIRST ROW: John C. Gierhart, secretary; Rodney Nybroten, treasurer; Mr. Schoenick, advisor. SECOND ROW: Barbara Dammen, vice-president; Mary McGinnity, president; Mr. Amot, advisor. FIRST NINE WEEKS HONOR ROLL. FIRST ROW: Ellen Bisegger, Kathy Rufenacht, Hope Lofgren. SECOND ROW: Mary McGinnity, Sam Conway. FIRST NINE WEEKS HONOR ROLL. Rodney Nybroten, Sherry Olson, Duane Bright. 41SAM CONWAY MARY KAY McGINNITY ELLEN BISEGCER DUANE BRIGHT SAM CONWAY—Football 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1; Track 1,2,3,4; Football Most Valuable 4; Band Color Guard 2,3,4; A Cappella Choir 1,2,3,4; Class Officer 1; Student Council 3; Letter Winner 1,2,3,4; Alfred Ommodt Memorial Award 2; Honor Roll 1,2,3,4. MARY McGINNITY—Senior Band 1,2,3,4; Pep Band 1,2,3,4; Student Conductor 4; A Cappella Choir 1,2,3,4; Madrigal 2,3,4; Class Officer 4; Annual Staff 3,4; Student Council 3; Dramatics 3,4; Forensics 1,2,3,4; Letter Winner 2,3,4; Honor Roll 1,2,3,4. ELLEN BISEGCER—Senior Band 1,2,3,4; Pep Band 2,3,4; A Cappella Choir 1,2,3,4; Madrigal 3,4; Class Officer 1; Annual Staff 3,4; Dramatics 1,2,3,4; Forensics 1,2,3,4; FHA 1,2,3,4; FHA Officer 3; FFA Chapter Sweetheart 3; Homecoming Attendant 1; Letter Winner 2,3,4; Honor Roll 3,4. DUANE BRIGHT--Football 3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Track 2,3,4; Football Captain 4; Basketball Most Valuable 3; Senior Band 1,2,3,4; Pep Band 1; A Cappella Choir 1,2,3,4; Madrigal 2,3,4; Class Officer 1; Annual Staff 3,4; Annual Editor 4; Letter Winner 1,2,3,4; Honor Roll 1,2,3,4. 42SHERRY OLSON LARRY HENDRICKSON JIM MEYER KATHY RUFENACHT SHERRY OLSON--Senior Band 1,2,3,4; Pep Band 2,3,4; A Cappella Choir 2,3,4; Annual Staff 3,4; Student Council 3; Dramatics 1,2,3,4; FHA 1; Prom Attendant 3; Homecoming Attendant 3; FFA Chapter Sweetheart 3; Art 4; Letter Winner 2,3,4; Honor Roll 2,3,4. LARRY HENDRICKSON—Basketball 1,3,4; Baseball 1; Senior Band 1,2,3,4; A Cappella Choir 1,2,3,4; Class Officer 1; Annual Staff 4; Letter Winner 2,3,4. JIM MEYER—Football 2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Track 1,2,3,4; Band Color Guard 1,2,3,4; A Cappella Choir 1,2,3; Class Officer 3; Annual Staff 3,4; Prom Attendant 3; Homecoming King 4; Honor Roll 1; Letter Winner 1,2,3,4. KATHY RUFENACHT—Cheerleader 1,2,3,4; A Cappella Choir 1,2,3,4; Madrigal 2,3,4; Class Officer 2; Annual Staff 4; Dramatics 1; Forensics 1; Library 1,3,4; Homecoming Queen 4; FHA 1,2,3; Honor Roll 4. 43HOPE LOFGREN—Cheerleader 1,2; A Cappella Choir 1,2,3,4; Class Officer 3; Animal Staff 3,4; Dramatics 1; Forensics 4; Library 3,4; FHA Officer 4; Honor Roll 4. BRADLEY OSTBY—Football 4; Basketball 1; Track 2,4; Senior Band 1,2,3,4; Pep Band 1,2,3; A Cappella Choir 1,2,3,4; Madrigal 3,4; Annual Staff 3,4; Annual Business Manager 4; Dramatics 1,2,3,4; Forensics 1,2,3; Art 3,4; Prom Attendant 3; Letter Winner 2,3,4. RODNEY NYBROTEN — Basketball 2; Track 2,3,4; Honor Roll 1. MARY STEINER—Senior Band 1,2; Pep Band 1,2; A Cappella Choir 1,2,3,4; Annual Staff 3,4; FHA 1,4; Letter Winner 2. i HOPE LOFGREN BRADLEY OS TBY RODNEY NYBROTEN MARY STEINER 44JOHN C. GIERHART—Football 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3; Track 3; Basketball Manager 4; Baseball Manager 3; Band Color Guard 3,4; Marching Band 1,2; A Cappella Choir 1,2,3,4; Class Officer 4; Homecoming Attendant 3; Letter Winner 2,3,4. BARBARA DAMMEN—Senior Band 2,3,4; Junior Band 1; Pep Band 3,4; A Cappella Choir 1,2,3,4; Madrigal 3,4; Class Officer 4; Annual Staff 3,4; Dramatics 1,2,3,4; Forensics 2,3,4; FHA 1; Prom Attendant 3; Letter Winner 3,4; Honor Roll 3. JUDY WENGER—Twirier 4; Class Officer 3; Annual Staff 4; Dramatics 3; Library 3,4; FHA 3,4; FHA Officer 4; Prom Attendant 3. CHARLES O'ROURKE—Football 1,4; Basketball 1,2; Track 1,3; Basketball Manager 1; Football Manager 2,3; A Cappella Choir 3,4; Forensics 1; FFA 1,2,4; Letter Winner 3,4. JOHN C. GIERHART BARBARA DAMMEN JUDY WENGER CHARLES O'ROURKE 45JAMES MAKOS HAILA SKINROOD NANCY FRANSEN JEFF WILLIAMS JAMES MAKOS--Forensics 1; FFA 2,3,4; FFA Officer 3,4; Honor Roll 1. HAILA SKINROOD—Senior Band 2,3,4; Junior Band 1; Pep Band 2,3,4; A Cappella Choir 1,2,3,4; Madrigal 3,4; Annual Staff 3,4; Dramatics 4; Forensics 2; Library 4; Art 2,4; Letter Winner 3,4; Honor Roll 2. NANCY FRANSEN--Senior Band 2,3,4; Junior Band 1; Pep Band 3,4; A Cappella Choir 1,2,3,4; Annual Staff 3,4; Letter Winner 3,4. JEFF WILLIAMS—Football 1,3; Basketball 1,2,3; Baseball 1,2; Track 1; Football Manager 2; Senior Band 1,2,3; Class Officer 3; Student Council 1; FFA 1,4; Letter Winner 1,2,3. 46LINDA ANDERSON—Dramatics 1,2; Forensics 1; FHA 1,2,3,4; FHA Officer 3. BURNELL GILBERTSON—Football 3,4; Basketball 1; Track 1,2; FFA 1,2,3; Homecoming Attendant 4; Letter Winner 3,4. JOHN HAESLER—Football 2,3,4; Basketball 1,2; Track 1,2; Football Most Valuable 3; FFA 1,2,3,4; Prom Attendant 3; Homecoming Attendant 2; Letter Winner 2,3,4. MARY ANN FISCHER—Twirler 3,4; Forenscis 1; Homecoming Attendant 4; FHA 1,4; Letter Winner 4. LINDA ANDERSON BURNELL GILBERTSON JOHN HAESLER MARY ANN FISCHER 47BARBARA FLANNERY—Annual Staff 4; Dramatics 2; Forensics 1; Library 1,2: WALLY REED—Basketball 2; Track 1,2,4; A Cappella Choir 4; Dramatics 4; TOMMY LEWIS—FFA 1,2,3,4; FFA Officer 3. MARGARET KUHNKE—Annual Staff 3,4; Library 2,3,4; FHA 3,4; Art 4. BARBARA FLANNERY WALLY REED TOMMY LEWIS MARGARET KUHNKE FHA 2,3,4; FHA Officer 4. Prom King 3. 48FIRST NINE WEEKS HONOR ROLL. FIRST ROW: Carol Peterson, Marjorie Nelson, Angie Isely.SECOND ROW: Ronnie Waage, Don Rossing, John Gebhardt, Linda Ronne-rud. THIRD ROW: David Johnson, John Foeseh, Ken Daly. JUNIORS JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS AND ADVISORS. FIRST ROW: Gene Kolb, vice-president; Ken Daly, treasurer; Mr. Marousek, advisor. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Barnes, advisor; Linda Thompson, secretary; LindaRonnerud, president; Mrs. Arnot, advisor. David Johnson Linda Ronnerud Don Rossing John Foeseh Marjorie Nelson Carol Peterson John Gebhardt 49David Skattum Jack Larson Marilyn Nelson Ken Daly Sharon Everson Angie Uely Billy Nipple Gene Kolb Mary Flanagan Pat Schellenger Ken Elmer Linda Thompson Dorian Hermanson Carol Wyss Diane Flanery Lyn Venable Denita Nybroten Diana Hagen Urs Gainer Ronnie Waage Randy Paulson Mary Wenger Mary Lou Severson A1 Weibel R. J. Swenson Sharon Jacobson David Ayen Beatrice Flannery Lucy Loeffelholz Peter Jaggi 50SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS AND ADVISORS. FIRST ROW: Dennis Mason, president; Leo Marti, vice-president; David Anderson, secretary; Steve Morgan, treasurer. SECOND ROW: Mr. Kingeter, advisor; Mrs. Ronnerud, advisor; Mr. Schober, advisor. FIRST NINE WEEKS HONOR ROLL. FIRST ROW: Kitty Meyer, Alice Reed, Beth Bloom. SECOND ROW: LomaSkinrood, Susan Flanagan. THIRD ROW: Susan McGinnity, Larry Peterson, Steve Morgan. SOPHOMORES Susan McGinnity Steve Morgan Beth Bloom Susan Flanagan Larry Peterson 51Don Nelson Dennis Burreson Alice Reed Loma Skinrood Kitty Meyer Mary Ellen Everson Leo Marti Kennlyn Gunderson Don Hendrickson Lester Stephens Rodney Paulson Norma Pennistor Bill Williams Nicki Hanson Junior Johnson Skattum Steve Corbin 52FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS AND ADVISORS. FIRST ROW: Joe Flanagan, treasurer; Bob Amot, vice-president; Mr. Roth, advisor. SECOND ROW: Sharon Swenson, president; Janet Williams, secretary; Mrs. Ross, advisor; Mr. Skinrood, advisor. FIRST NINE WEEKS HONOR ROLL: FIRST ROW: Susan Flannery, Linda Weiler, Mary Nipple. SECOND ROW: Karen Anderson, Sandra Swenson, Sharon Swenson. THIRD ROW: JoAnn Everson, Bob Amot, Linda Coffey. FRESHMEN JoAnn Everson 53 Sharon Swenson Sandra Swenson « Linda Coffey Susan Flannery Linda Weiler Bob Arnot Mary Nipple Karen Anderson Lorraine Kolb Calvin Ritschard Grace Stamm Nicki Thompson Joe Flanagan Harriet Allen Paul Dammen Virgil Dammen Imogene Isely Norman Swenson Kristine Aim Janet Williams Steve Campbell Mary Chenous John Dunlavy Steve Elmer Thad Nelsoi 54 Diana Severson Jim Hanson Leon Foxen Rachel Eidsmoe Robert Schmid Donnie MoenEIGHTH GRADE. FIRST ROW: Art Gilbertson, David Lehmann, Kathy BaiTy, Sheree Kammerud, David Wid-mer. SECOND ROW: Jay Wenger, Connie Rufener, Laurabeth Nelson, Sue Hanson. THIRD ROW: Laurel Schlafli, Mike Hagen, Maureen Coffey, Jane Schellen-ger, Marcia Nipple. EIGHTH GRADE. FIRST ROW: Marion Peterson, Steven Anderson, Neale Tollakson, Dennis Nall. SECOND ROW: Gary Budsberg, Steve Martinson, Vicky Anderson, Jo-Ann Wyttenbach, Marilyn Jacobson. THIRD ROW: Barbara Davis, Mary Flannery, Mary Jean Soper, Sara Jo Thompson. EIGHTH GRADE. FIRST ROW: Kathy Moen, Linda Brandt, Larry Flannery, Don Daly. SECOND ROW: David Nall, James Haesler, Leroy Thompson, Jackie Wyss, » Judy Wyttenbach. THIRD ROW: Beth Skattum, Diane Burreson, Karen McGinnity, Linda Siegenthaler. SEVENTH GRADE. FIRST ROW: Barbara Nybroten, Tommy Coffey, Tommy Nall, Rodney Paulson, Bemie McDonald. SECOND ROW: Richard Weiler, Vergil Peterson, Dean Ritschard, Sherman Peterson, Stuart Campbell. THIRD ROW: Wayne Fischer, Steve Mason, Billy Johnson, Terry Flannery, Linda Lawver. SEVENTH GRADE. FIRST ROW: Linda Hartwig, Robert Walter, Richard Larson, Eddie Gavigan, Connie Meyer. SECOND ROW: David Phillipson, Mary Jo Schellen-ger, Connie Paulson, Barbara Swenson. THIRD ROW: Mary Anderson, Tom McGinnity, Jerry Hendrickson, Leo Daly, Jerry DeNure. SIXTH GRADE. FIRST ROW: Sybil Meade, Jeff Williams, John Williams, Margaret Rossing. SECOND ROW: Rudy Gebhardt, David Vinger, Edward Meier, Mike Dunlavy, Janice Venable. THIRD ROW: Barbara Greenhill, Laveme Lofgren, Peggy Erickson, Connie Munson.SIXTH GRADE. FIRST ROW: Paul Rufener, Jimmy Thompson, Steve Allen, Donald Lawyer. SECOND ROW: Sandra Widmer, Beth Nipple, Martha Anderson, Nancy Haesler, Debra Schild. THIRD ROW: David Ostby, John Corbin, Marsha Mason, Mark Tollak- ROW: Doris Foxen, Diane Peterson, Mark Lehmann, Allen Wenger, Andy Anderson. THIRD ROW: Robert Flanagan, Steve Nall, Doral Nall, Wayne Rossing. son. FIFTH GRADE. FIRST ROW: Allen Strothman, Steven Nelson, Susan Bahe, Zonagale Matley. SECOND ROW: Pat Dunlavy, Carol Daly, Patsy Martinson, David Moen. THIRD ROW: John Soper, Betty Gavi-gan, Geri Flanagan, Donnie Siegenthaler. FIFTH GRADE. FIRST ROW: Janet McDonald, Garry Rossing, Greg Rossing, Angela Campbell. SECOND ROW: Jane Meier, Joan Brandt, Geri Hassenfelt, Glenda Erickson, Ardis Jacobson. THIRD ROW: Mark Anderson, Mike Schellenger, Tom Amot, Danny Miller. FOURTH GRADE. FIRST ROW: Gretchen Nelson, Christine Nipple, Harlan Emberson, Bonnie Kay Karlen. SECOND ROW: August Schlafli, David Thompson, Joe Rossing, Steve Pederson. THIRD ROW: Kathy Dunlavy, Marianne Davis, Sherry Stauffacher, Jan Kohler. FOURTH GRADE. FIRST ROW: Vicki Thompson, Sonja Martinson, Steve Theobald, Kim Bahe. SECOND ROW: Bruce Tollakson, Ricki Phillipson, Wynnifred Meier, Francis Weibel. THIRD ROW: John Nelson, Rhonda Vlasak, Georgia Hunter, Diane Lawver.FOURTH GRADE. FIRST ROW: Nancy Widmer, Tommy Rear, David Schild, Janice Barry. SECOND ROW: Arvid Nybroten, Kurtis Swenson, Lou Ann Widmer, Sandra Olson. THIRD ROW: Cheryl Benson, Mary Hagen, James Wenger, Karen Fischer. THIRD GRADE. FIRST ROW: Diane Wyttenbach, Diane Watkins, Elizabeth Nall, Carla Nysted, Sever Severson. SECOND ROW: Cynthia Miller, Marsha Paulson, Steven Isely, Mary Lynn Dunlavy, Pat Lehmann, Christy Coffey. THIRD ROW: Debra Hartwig, Geri McGinnity, Ruth Daly, Rita Daly, JoAnn Olson. THIRD GRADE. FIRST ROW: Kem Anderson, Jimmie Penniston, Vicki Erickson, Debra Schneider, Stanley Campbell. SECOND ROW: Stephen Weibel, Laurie Gruenberg, James Skattum, Karen Wenger, Debra Jenson, Gloria Erickson. THIRD ROW: Joann Greenhill, Dorothy Flanagan, Jeff Isely, John Elmer, Nathan Wellman. SECOND GRADE. FIRST ROW: Gail McDonald, Linda Fransen, Gayle Nysted, Jimmy Wenger, Gary Jenson. SECOND ROW: Alan Tollakson, Sharon Fischer, Mary Widmer, Paula Wenger, Timmy Martinson. THIRD ROW: Teena Wilhelmson, Rochelle Erickson, Edward Anderson, Paul Meier, Charles Foxen. SECOND GRADE. FIRST ROW: Eric Anderson, Beverly Erickson, Greg Upward, Margit Anne Moen, Jon Erickson. SECOND ROW: Judy Andrews, Craig Gruenberg, Stacy Campbell, Monica Olson, Lula Walter. THIRD ROW: Ronnie Fuchs, Richard Flanery, Leon Burreson, Tom Ritschard, Patty Venable. FIRST GRADE. FIRST ROW: Kim Penniston, Jan Penniston, Sharon Emberson, John Pittz, Raymond Schneider. 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Flanagan, Mary Ann (11) 11,17,18,22,23,26,31,50 ........ 25,28,30,31,54 ......................56 ................5,15,52 ......................57 ......................57 ...................6,56 ......................57 .................... 57 ................... 6,55 ......................57 .....................57 ............ 5,9,10,53 ..............5,7,14,35 ...........3,9,10,39,50 ......................57 ..........9,13,14,18,47 .................... 57 ................. 6,55 .....................57 ....................6,56 . . . 25,28,30,31,53,54 5,9,10,11,13,14,50 Flanagan, Robert (6)...........................6,56 Flanagan, Susan (10)........................9,51,54 Flanery, Diane (11)......................5,11,13,50 Flanery, Richie (2)..............................57 Flannery, Barbara (12) .......................14,48 Flannery, Beatrice (11)......................... 50 Flannery, Greg (1)...............................58 Flannery, Larry (8)............................6,55 Flannery, Mary (b).............................6,55 Flannery, Susan (9)...................5,10,11,36,53 Flannery, Terry (7)............................6,55 Flint, Connie (1)................................58 Foesch, John (11) . . . Foxen, Charley (2) . . . Foxen, Doris (6) .... Foxen, Leon (9)........ Fransen, Delton (10). . Fransen, Linda (2) . . . Fransen, Nancy (12) . . Fuchs, Esther (10) . . . Fuchs, Ronnie (2) . . . . Gabioud, David (E) . . . Gabioud, Joane (E) . . . Gafner, Urs (11) .... Gavigan, Betty (5) . . . Gavigan, Eddie (7). . . Gebhardt, John (11). . Gebhardt, Rudy (6) . . . Gierhart, John A. (10) Gierhart, John C. (12). Gilbertson, Art (8) . . . Gilbertson, Burnell (12) . . . 4,9,10,35,49 ................57 ............ 6,56 .......... 15,54 .... 4,25,31,52 ...............57 . . 3,5,8,10,16,46 ...............14 ................57 ................58 ................58 4,7,9,10,12,31,50 .............6,56 ......... 6,29,55 . . 15,24,30,31,49 ..............6,55 ----- 5,25,30,52 4,8,16,23,25,26,31,41,45 ................ 6,29,55 15,16,18,23,24,31,47 Goepfert, A1 (BD)................................40 Goepfert, Albert "Pete" (1)......................57 Greenhill, Barbara (6).........................6,55 Greenhill, JoAnn (3).............................57 Gruenberg, Craig (2).............................57 Gruenberg, Laurie (3)........................... 57 Gunderson, Kennlyn (10)............... 5,8,32,39,52 Haesler, James (8).............................6,55 Haesler, John (12)................................ 15,16,20,21,23,24,31,47 Haesler, Nancy (6)............................6,56 Hagen, Diana (11).........................13,14,50 Hagen, Mary (4).................................57 Hagen, Mike (7)............................6,29,55 Hanson, Halward (10)........................ 15,52 Hanson, James (9).........................15,25,54 Hanson, Sue (8)...............................6,55 Hanson, Terry (10)...........................28,52 Hartwig, Debra (3)..............................57 Hartwig, Linda (7).........................6,10,55 Hassenfelt, Geraldine (5).....................6,56 HehdfteksonT'Billy (1)..........................57 Hendrickson, Donnie (10).................5,8,28,52 Hendrickson, Jerry (7)........................6,55 Hendrickson, Larry (12).......................... 3,5,8,15,16,26,43 Hendrickson, Maxine (1).........................58 Hendrickson, Rene (1)...........................58 Hendrickson, Timmie (1).........................58 Hermanson, Dorian (11).............. 4,28,29,35,50 Hildenbrand, Mrs. Clarice (T)...................38 Hildenbrand, Karen (1)......................... 58 Holcomb, Mr. Thomas (T)......................29,37 Holmes, Michelle (E)........................... 58 Holmes, Patricia (E)........................... 58 69Hunter, Georgia (4)...... 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Martinson, Sonja (4) . . . . 56 57 58 58 9,10,14,35,39,49,50 .................58 . . . . 5,11,12,13,54 ..................57 .................57 ...............6,56 ............ 6,32,55 .............. 22,50 ...............23,50 ................. 57 .................57 .................57 ............ 6,9,55 ..................52 ................. 58 3.5.8.26.30.49 ............58 .............15 ............58 .............58 . . . 6,8,10,55 ........... 56 . . 15,34,36,51 ............58 .............58 ............56 .............58 15.23.30.49.50 ............54 .... 3,13,48 3,5,8,23,26,27,30,50 ............ 6,29,55 ................. 56 .............. 6,56 ............. 6,55,56 ............ 6,29,55 ................ 6,56 ..................57 ..................58 ............... 15,48 ..................50 3,4,13,14,41,44 . . . 6,10,29,55 .............40 '. . . . 15,18,46 ............ 58 . . . . 34,35,49 4,9,23,26,27,30,51,52 ................6,56 ...................56 Martinson, Steve (8)................ 6,9,10,29,55 Martinson, Timothy (2).........................57 Mason, Dennis (10).......................4,51,52 Mason, Marsha (6)............................6,56 Mason, Steve (7)......................... 6,29,55 Matley, Zonagale (5).........................5,56 McDonald, Bemie (7)........................6,9,55 McDonald, Gail (2).............................57 McDonald, Janet (5).......................6,10,56 McDonald, Pat (6).........................6,10,56 McGinnity, Karen (8)....................6,8,10,55 McGinnity, Geri (3).........................39,57 McGinnity, Mary (12)............................ 3,5,7,9,10,11,12,16,36,41,42 McGinnity, Maureen (1).........................58 McGinnity, Susan (10)...............5,9,11,32,51 McGinnity, Tom (7)......................6,8,29,55 McGrath, Coleen (1)............................58 McGrath, Eileen (1)........................... 58 Meade, John (9).............................15,54 Meade, Sybil (6).............................6,55 Meier, Edward (6)........................... 6,55 Meier, Jane (5)..............................6,56 Meier, Paul (2)............................... 57 Meier, Wynnifred (4).......................... 56 Meyer, Charles................................ 40 Meyer, Connie (7)............................6,55 Meyer, Kitty (10)....................5,9,10,51,52 Meyer, Jim (12)............................3,8,16 17,18,20,21,23,26,27,30,31,43 Miller, Cynthea (3)............................57 Miller, Danny (5)........................... 6,56 Moen, David (5)............................. 6,56 Moen, Donnie (9)........................... 15,54 Moen, Mr. Eugene (BE)..........................33 Moen, Kathy (8)..............................6,55 Moen, Margit Anne (2)..........................57 Morgan, Mrs. Marjorie..........................40 Morgan, Mr. Peter J. (T).......................33 Morgan, Steve (10).............................. 3,5,7,9,22,25,28,29,30,51 Mueller, Miss Bertha (T).......................37 Munson, Connie (6)....................... 6,10,55 Nall, David (8)...........................6,29,55 Nall, Dennis (8)..........................6,29,55 Nall, Doral (6)..............................6,56 Nall, Elizabeth (3)............................57 Nall, Stephen (6)............................6,56 Nall, Tommy Lee (7)................... 6,10,29,55 Nelson, Donald (10)............................. 5,11,12,28,30,31,52 Nelson, Gretchen (4)...........................56 Nelson, John (4)...............................56 Nelson, Laurabeth (8)......................6,9,55 Nelson, Louise (MB)........................... 58 Nelson, Marilyn (11) 70 5,7,9,11,12,13,14,35,50Nelson, Marjorie (11)............................. 5,7,9,10,11,22,35,39,49 Nelson, Phillip (MB)..............................58 Nelson, Stephen (5)..........................6,10,56 Nelson, Thad (9)...........................5,9,25,54 Nipple, Beth (6)................................6,56 Nipple, Billy (11)................... 15,24,30,31,50 Nipple, Christine (4).............................56 Nipple, Marsha (8)..............................6,55 Nipple, Mary (9)......................12,13,14,53,54 Nybroten, Allen (1)...............................58 Nybroten, Arvid (4)...............................57 Nybroten, Barbara (7)...........................6,55 Nybroten, Cindy Lou (1)...........................58 Nybroten, Denita (11).............................50 Nybroten, Rodney (12).......................31,41,44 Nysted, Carla (3).................................57 Nysted, Gayle (2).................................57 Olson, JoAnn (3)................................. 57 Olson, Monica (2)................................ 57 Olson, Sandra (4).................................57 Olson, Sherry (12)................................3, 4.9.10.11.12.16.20.21.22.41.43 O'Rourke, Charles (12)................ 5,15,16,23,45 Ostby, Bradley (12).............................3,5, 7.9.12.16.20.21.22.23.31.37.44 Ostby, David (6)................................6,56 Patterson, Jim (10)............................17,52 Paulson, Connie (7).............................6,55 Paulson, Dennis (6).............................6,56 Paulson, Marsha (3)...............................57 Paulson, Randy (11).................... 4,8,25,30,50 Paulson, Rodney (7)...................... 6,10,29,55 Paulson, Rodney (10).................. 5,15,28,36,52 Paulson, Roxanne (1)..............................58 Pederson, Mrs. Eleanor (T)........................37 Pederson, Marvin (10)..........................15,52 Pederson, Steven (4)..............................56 Penniston, Mrs. Florence (T)......................38 Penniston, Greg (MB)..............................58 Penniston, James..................................40 Penniston, Jan (1)..........................20,21,57 Penniston, Jeff (1)...............................58 Penniston, Jimmie (3).............................57 Penniston, Kim (1)................................57 Penniston, Linda (MB).............................58 Penniston, Norma (10).................... 9,22,35,52 Peterson, Carol (11).....................11,13,14,49 Peterson, Miss Constance (T)......................50 Peterson, Diane (6).............................6,56 Peterson, Larry (10).................. 9,15,28,36,51 Peterson, Laurie (1)..............................58 Peterson, Marion (8)............................6,55 Peterson, Sherman (7)........................6,29,55 Peterson, Vergil (7)............................6,55 Phillipson, David (7)......................6,8,29,55 Phillipson, Ricky (4).............................56 Pittz, John (1).................................57 Rear, Tommy (4)................................ 57 Reed, Alice (10)............................ 51,52 Reed, Gladys (MB)...............................58 Reed, Jimmie (MB).............................. 58 Reed, Wally (12)........................4,20,21,48 Reinmann, Mrs. Clarice (T)......................38 Ritschard, Calvin (9).............. 15,25,30,31,54 Ritschard, Dean (6)...........................6,55 Ritschard, Tom (2)..............................57 Ronnerud, Mrs. Janice (T)..............11,12,36,51 Ronnerud, Linda (11).............................. 3,4,7,8,10,11,22,35,39,49 Ross, Mrs. Elise (T)...............11,12,13,34,53 Ross, Fred (BD).................................40 Rossing, Mrs. Ardyth (T)........................38 Rossing, Don (11)............... 3,5,8,23,26,31,49 Rossing, Garry (5)........................... 6,56 Rossing, Greg (5)............................ 6,56 Rossing, Joe (4)................................56 Rossing, Laurie Faye (1)....................... 58 Rossing, Margaret (6)......................6,10,55 Rossing, Wayne (6).........................6,10,56 Roth, Mr. Ken (T)..................... 26,30,35,53 Rufenacht, Kathy (12)............................. 3,5,7,13,14,17,18,19,32,41,43 Rufener, Connie (8).......................... 6,55 Rufener, Paul (6)............................ 6,56 Runke, John (8).................................29 Saalsaa, Mr. Ambrose (BE)......................33 Saether, Mrs. Frances (T)......................37 Schellenger, Jane (8)......................6,32,55 Schellenger, Mary Jo (7) ...................6,8,55 Schellenger, Mike (5)......................6,10,56 Schellenger, Pat (11)............... 8,10,14,34,50 Schild, David (4)...............................57 Schild, Debra (6)..........................6,10,56 Schlafli, August (4)............................56 Schlafli, Laurel (8)...................... 6,10,55 Schliem, Vicky (1)..............................57 Schmid, Christian (E)...........................58 Schmid, John (E)................................58 Schmid, Karen (E)...............................58 Schmid, Leland (E)..............................58 Schmid, Ralph (E).............................. 58 Schmid, Robert (9)...........................15,54 Schmid, Stanley (E)............................ 58 Schneider, Debra (3)............................57 Schneider, Raymond (1)......................... 58 Schneider, Wayne (6)......................... 6,56 Schober, Mr. Dan (T).............................. 23,28,29,31,35,51 Schoenick, Mr. Don (T)...................3,36,41 Severson, Diana (9)..........................14,54 Severson, Janet (1).............................57 Severson, Mary Lou (11).......................50 Severson, Ruth (E)............................. 58 71Siegenthaler, Donnie (5) . . . Siegenthaler, Linda (8). . . . Skattum, David (11) 6,56 6,55 8,10,50 58 Skattum, Elizabeth (8) . . . . 6,55 57 Skattum, Judi (10) 58 34.53 jxvuuuvu, 114 jiuiuwu, V Skinrood, Loma (10) 3,5,7,8,12,13,16,46 6,56 Soper, Mary Jeanne (8) . . . 6,9,55 13.54 33 Steiner, Mary (12) 3,4,16,34,44 40 ..... Stephens, Lester (10) Strothman, Allan (5) Swenson, Barbara (7) 6,56 6,9,55 58 V 13.54 4,8,25,28,29,31,50 gnviHvu, 5,8,10,11,12,36,53 5,8,10,11,12,36,53 56 56 Thompson, Jimmie (6) . . . Thompson, Leroy (8) 6,56 6,29,55 4,8,10,11,12,49,50 Thompson, Dr. Paul (BE) . . Thompson, Sara Jo (8) ... . Thompson, Vicki (4) 5,9,11,18,19,32,54 33 6,8,10,55 57 Tollakson, Bruce (4) Tollakson, Judy Tollakson, Mark (6) Tollakson, Neale (8) 6,10,56 57 Upward, Mark Venable, Grace (10)........ Venable, Janice (6)......... Venable, Lyn (11)........... Venable, Patty (2).......... Vinger, David (6).......... Vlasak, Gary (1)............ Vlasak, Rhonda (4)......... Waage, Ronnie (11).......... 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