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world peace. His unprecedented, one-day visit in the U.S. was the culmination of plans by men of all faiths. 7 After Surgery— President Johnson was photographed in a reclining chair at Bcthcsda Naval Hospital the day after his gall bladder operation on October 8. He conducted the work of his office from his hospital room and his Texas ranch during his recuperation. 8 Proud Student—Charles Craig, 19-year-old freshman at Iowa university, demonstrated his criticism of draft-card burning incidents by displaying his draft card on his jacket with the note: “I’m a draft card carrying American and proud of it." Our role in the Vietnamese war sparked the incidents. 9 Blackout- The glittering metropolis of New York City was thrust into darkness on November 9 by a massive power failure affecting hundreds of miles along the eastern seaboard. City residents and commuters were stranded in offices, railroad and subway stations for hours before service was restored. The crippling condition was caused by a faulty relay at a Canadian generating station near Niagara Falls. 10 New Ambassador—Arthur Goldberg was named U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations by the President after the death of Ambassador Adlai Stevenson on July 14 in London. Goldberg was secretary of labor under President Kennedy and a U.S. Supreme Court Justice when named to the U.N. post. 1 1 Startling Fashions— Bold and contrasting blocks of color were the youthful fashion note of 1965. The eye-catching designs even extended the length of campus stockings worn with the costumes. 12 Royalty on Tour—Princess Margaret and her husband, Lord Snowdon, arrived in New York on November 4 for a whirlwind tour of the U.S. During their visit, they took time out for fun-filled activities such as a ride on a cable car in Frisco and gala parties in Hollywood and the nation’s capital. 12TREASURED ECHOES Volume 18—1966 Published by the Annual Staff of Argyle High School, Argyle, WisconsinFOREWORD High school is a period of personal enrichment, not only scholastically, but socially, through interactions with other students and faculty members. The high school years pass swiftly, but produce many lifelong memories to which you will find yourself returning again and again. On the following pages is a collection of memories accumulated through your 1965-66 year at A.H.S. We on the Annual Staff hope that you will look with pride and pleasure on these brief glimpses into activities, organizations, classes and friendships that have had a major part in your development. TABLE OF CONTENTS Administration and Faculty........................................ 3 Classes........................................................... 9 Organizations.....................................................15 Activities........................................................25 Athletics.........................................................33 Seniors...........................................................43 Underclassmen.....................................................49 Grades............................................................59 Advertising.......................................................65 Senior Directory..................................................76 Index 77Eugene Moen Kaspar Berget SUPERINTENDENT This year the major accomplishment of superintendent Bartels and the Board of Education was the completion of the Elementary School (below) which was dedicated on October 24, 1965. On the following page (upper right) sixth grader Jimmy Skattum leads the dedicatory audience in the Pledge of Allegiance. To the right of these words Board President C. F. Holmes is shown receiving the keys to the school from the general contractor, Norman Kraemer. Behind them is the main speaker, William Kahl. The Argyle Wind Ensemble (lower right), directed by Mr. Schoe-nick, contributed appropriate music to the occasion. The final picture (far right) shows grade students and teachers enjoying the long-awaited and much-appreciated hot lunch program. Superintendent Kenneth Bartels i IDON SCHOENICK Music NORMA ARNOT Art DAN SCHOBER Physical Education Coach JAMES HARKE Social Studies Coach ROBERT ARNOT Science KAREN HOGAN Spanish ANDREW SKINROOD Mathematics FRANCIS KINGETER Agriculture Driver Education HERBERT HASSEL English 6GENE FINDLAY Business Education ROBERT WONDRASH Seventh Grade ALLEN KIEL Eighth Grade HAROLD LUNDE Guidance ELISE B. ROSS Library MARLENE WONDRASH Home Economics FACULTY Jim Penniston, Coach Schober and Mr. Findlay take time out for a coffee break.EFFICIENT SCHOOL STAFF High school janitor, Jimmie Penniston. The cooking staff for the hot lunch program is: Mrs. Helen Skattum, head cook, Mrs. Lillian Johnson, Mrs. George DeNure and Mrs. James Hyland. Elementary school janitor, Orville Waage. 8 TYPICAL CLASS- To lead you through our typical classroom scenes we have chosen two boys, junior Art Schmidt and freshman Dennis Paulson, to represent the student body. The juniors are listening to an explanation of English grammar by Mr. Hass cl. Music activities are conducted by Mr. Schoenick. 10ROOM SCENES First we visit a biology class where Mr. Amot is explaining the use of microscopes to members of the sophomore class. The immature freshmen are given an opportunity to learn Spanish from Mrs. Hogan. IIThe precise Mr. Findlay oversees the work of a beginning typing class. Mr. Kingeter shows the ag. boys information on livestock management. Very popular with the students is the subj ect of Art as it is capably and interestingly taught by Mrs. Arnot. 12In girls'phy. ed. we find Jackie Wyss and Linda Siegenthaler really straining their muscles over a medicine ball. Drivers' Education is required of all sophomore students and is taught by Mr. Kingeter. Examining Mr. Schoenick's car with him are Ruth Skattum, Billy Johnson and Tom Coffey. 13Second year American History is taught by Mr. Harke and is required of all juniors. Busy with needle and thread are the girls of senior home economics. Mr. Skinrood checks the board-work of Bernie McDonald and chalky Mark Anderson, sophomores in Advanced Algebra.ORGANIZATIONSPUB LICA TIONS NEWSPAPER AND ANNUAL STAFFS ARGYLE SENTINEL AND TREASURED ECHOES Newspaper Advisor, Mr. Gene Findlay. NEWSPAPER STAFF. FIRST ROW: Diane Peterson, Connie Rufener, Ruth Skattum, Bemie McDonald, Marcia Nipple, Marilyn Jacobson, Lorraine Kolb, Grace Stamm. SECOND ROW: Linda Coffey, Kristine Aim, JoAnn Everson, Janet Williams, Barbara Davis, Mary Nipple, Kathleen Moen. THIRD ROW: Vicki Kipfer, Sybil Meade, Ruth Everson, Connie Paulson, JoAnn Wyttenbach, Linda Hartwig, Marian Peterson, Christine Johnson. FOURTH ROW: Billy Johnson, Tom McGinnity, Linda Siegenthaler, Judy Wyttenbach, Linda Penniston, Connie Meyer, Mary Jo Schellenger. 16ANNUAL STAFF: FIRST ROW: Kathy Barry, Susie Flannery, Marian Peterson, Jackie Wyss. SECOND ROW: Linda Brandt, JoAnn Everson, Nicki Thompson, Steve Elmer. THIRD ROW: David Phillipson, Linda Siegenthaler, Eddie Gavigan. FOURTH ROW: Tom Mc-Ginnity, Bob Arnot, Linda Penniston, Don Daly. Working on the mimescopes for the newspaper are Marilyn Jacobson and Barbara Davis. Jackie Wyss and Nicki Thompson check pictures for the annual. PUBLICATIONS EDITORS. FIRST ROW: Linda Coffey, newspaper literary editor and Lorraine Kolb, production editor. SECOND ROW: David Phillipson, annual business manager and Bob Arnot, annual editor.LETTERMEN’S CLUB FIRST ROW: Dick Skattum, Bob Amot, Steve Elmer, Jack Runke. SECOND ROW: Tom Coffey, Janet Williams, Nicki Thompson, Art Gilbertson, Mrs. Amot, advisor. THIRD ROW: Wayne Berget, Jim Hanson, Joe Flanagan, Ed Gavigan, Mr. Schober, advisor. FOURTH ROW: Tom McGinnity, Terry Nelson, Paul Dammen, Billy Kolb, Mr. Harke, advisor. STUDENT COUNCIL FHA OFFICERS (above). FIRST ROW: Imogene Isely, president; Nancy Berget, vice-president; Diana Severson, secretary. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Wondrash, advisor; Mary Nipple, treasurer. FIRST ROW: Susie Flannery, Kristine Aim, Connie Rufener. SECOND ROW: Mr. Bartels, advisor, Leroy Thompson, Sylvan Olson, Bob Flanagan. THIRD ROW: Tom McGinnity, Joe Flanagan, Bob Amot. 18FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA FIRST ROW: Diane Peterson, Donna Adams, Nancy Haesler, Connie Rufener, Grace Stamm, Diana Severson, Laurel Schla-fli. SECOND ROW: Marsha Mason, Marcia Nipple, Sandra Widmer, Beth Nipple, Linda Weiler, Imogene Isely, Marian Peterson. THIRD ROW: Mary Nipple, Linda Brandt, Sybil Meade, Mary Jo Schellenger, Vicki Kipfer, Connie Paulson, JoAnn Wyttenbach, Linda Hart-wig. FOURTH ROW: Sherry Berget, Barbara Greenhill, Peggy Erickson, Linda Pen-niston, Diane Burreson, Judy Wyttenbach, Jackie Wyss, Nancy Berget. FFA OFFICERS (below). FIRST ROW: Thad Nelson, president; Sylvan Olson, vice-president; Terry Nelson, secretary. SECOND ROW: Imogene Isley, chapter sweetheart; Mr. Kingeter, advisor. THIRD ROW: John Meade, treasurer, Jerry DeNure, reporter, Billy Kolb, sentinel. FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA FIRST ROW: Wayne Smith, Dick Weiler, Paul Rufener, Stuart Campbell, Tom Coffey, Dennis Johnson. SECOND ROW: Fred Sauder, Rudy Gebhart, Jerry DeNure, Sherman Peterson, Dean Ritschard, Vergil Peterson. THIRD ROW: David Widmer, Terry Flannery, Wayne Berget, Ron Hanson, Bobby Besand, Steve Ger-rich, Thad Nelson. FOURTH ROW: Gary Budsberg, Steve Campbell, John Meade, Paul Dammen, Billy Kolb, Terry Nelson, Sylvan Olson.MADRIGAL SINGERS. FIRST ROW: Rodney Paulson, Jay Wenger, Linda Weiler, David Lehmann, Susie Flannery. SECOND ROW: Maureen Coffey, Linda Coffey, JoAnn Everson, Janet Williams, Kristine Aim, Karen Anderson. THIRD ROW: Judy Wyttenbach, Bob Arnot, Karen McGinnity, Tom McGinnity, Leroy Thompson. Accompanists Beth Skattum and Accompanists Judy Wyttenbach Linda Hartwig. and Kathleen Moen. Rehearsal of Handel's "The Messiah" for Christmas. Our director, Mr. Schoenick 20FIRST ROW: Dennis Paulson, Andy Anderson, Rodney Paulson, Marsha Mason, Kathy Barry, Paul Rufener, Debra Schild, Sheree Kammerud, Susie Flannery, Nancy Haesler, Diane Peterson, Laurel Schlafli, Irene Elmer, Mark Lehmann, Allen Wenger. SECOND ROW: Barbara Nybroten, Patti McDonald, Connie Rufener, Jimmie Thompson Ruth Skattum, Janice Venable, Martha Cline, Maureen Coffey, Linda Weiler, Laurabeth Nelson, Joanne Ga-bioud, JoAnn Wyttenbach, Jane Schellenger, Sandra Widmer, Gladys Reed. THIRD ROW: Mary Jeanne Soper, Sybil Meade, Sherman Peterson, Jeff Williams, Connie Paulson, Ruth Everson, Karen Anderson, Linda Coffey, JoAnn Everson, Beth Nipple, John Williams, David Lehmann, Jay Wenger, Dick Weiler, Bemie McDonald. FOURTH ROW: Judy Wyttenbach, Christine Johnson, Leroy Thompson, Diane Burreson, Linda Siegenthaler, David Vinger, Jerry Hendrickson, Tom McGinnity, Dennis Nall, Bob Amot, Mark Anderson, Jim Cline, Karen McGinnity, Jerry DeNure, Beth Skattum. FIFTH ROW: Vicki Kipfer, Sara Jo Thompson, Nicki Thompson, Jack Runke, Connie Meyer, Mary Jo Schellenger, David Phillipson, Janet Williams, Jackie Wyss, Mark Tollakson, Linda Hartwig, Billy Johnson, Kristine Aim, Barbara Davis, Kathleen Moen. A CAP PELL A CHOIRHERE’S OUR CLASS “A” SENIOR BAND FIRST ROW: Connie Paulson, clarinet; Linda Weiler, clarinet; Vicki Kipfer, clarinet; Judy Wyttenbach, clarinet; Kathleen Moen, clarinet; Mary Jo Schellenger, clarinet; Linda Coffey, clarinet. SECOND ROW: Gretchen Nelson, clarinet, Sybil Meade, clarinet; Connie Meyer, clarinet; Sandra Widmer, clarinet; Debra Schild, clarinet; Irene Elmer, clarinet; Beth Nipple, clarinet; Dennis Paulson, alto clarinet. THIRD ROW: Mike Schellenger, trumpet; Rodney Paulson, trumpet; Andy Anderson, trumpet; Leroy Thompson, trumpet; Ricky Phillipson, trumpet; Jay Wenger, trumpet; Karen McGinnity, trumpet; Bob Amot, trumpet. FOURTH ROW: Rhonda Vlasak, trumpet; Zonagale Matley, trumpet; Marsha Mason, trumpet; Mark Lehmann, trumpet; David Moen, trumpet; Joe Rossing, tuba; Harlan Emberson, tuba, John Soper, tuba. FIFTH ROW: Jack Runke, color guard; Jerry DeNure, color guard; Jim Cline, color guard; Dennis Nall, color guard; Vicki Thompson, snare drum; Allen Wenger, snare drum; Susie Flannery, snare drum. 22FIRST ROW: Kathy Barry, clarinet; Sheree Kammerud, clarinet; Sara Jo Thompson, clarinet; Mark Tollakson, oboe; Karen Anderson, flute; Maureen Coffey, flute; Beth Skattum, flute; Mark Anderson, flute. SECOND ROW: Ruth Everson, alto clarinet; David Lehmann, bass clarinet; Tom Arnot, bassoon; Linda Hartwig, alto saxophone; Laurel Schlafli, alto saxophone; JoAnn Wyttenbach, alto saxophone; Jimmie Thompson, alto saxophone. THIRD ROW: Phillip Nelson, baritone saxophone; Jeff Williams, tenor saxophone; Connie Rufener, tenor saxophone; Steven Nelson, tenor saxophone; JoAnn Everson, French horn; Barbara Davis, French horn; Janice Barry, French horn; Janet McDonald, French horn; Georgia Hunter, French horn. FOURTH ROW: Tom McGinnity, tuba; Kristine Aim, baritone; David Phillipson, baritone; Mary Jeanne Soper, baritone; Patti McDonald, baritone; Janet Williams, trombone; John Williams, trombone; David Vinger, trombone; Laurabcth Nelson, trombone; Ruth Skattum, trombone. FIFTH ROW: Richie Larson, bass drum; Neale Tollakson, tympani; Paul Rufener, cymbals; Christine Johnson, bells; Geri Hassenfelt, twirler; Nancy Haesler, twirler; Janice Venable, twirler; Ardis Jacobson, twirler; Mary Ruth Flannery, twirler; Nicki Thompson, majorette and bass clarinet. 23DEBATE. FIRST ROW: Mary Jeanne Soper, Sara Jo Thompson, Sheree Kamme-rud. SECOND ROW: Billy Johnson, Mr. Bartels, advisor, Karen McGinnity. THIRD ROW: Linda Siegenthaler, Tom McGinnity. FORENSICS. FIRST ROW: Linda Siegenthaler, Karen Anderson, Linda Penniston. SECOND ROW: Karen Mc- Ginnity, Bemie McDonald, Sheree Kammerud. THIRD ROW: Mary Jeanne Soper, Jo-Ann Everson, Sara Jo Thompson. FOURTH ROW: Mary Nipple, Mary Chenous, Imogene Iscly. FIFTH ROW: Marcia Nipple, Mr. Hass el, advisor.LIBRARY. Shown in the foreground are: Marsha Mason, Mrs. Ross, head librarian, Imogene Isely, Mary Nipple, Linda Brandt, Marcia Nipple, Linda Siegenthalcr, JoAnn Everson, Nancy Haesler, Beth Nipple. DEBATE, FORENSICS, LIBRARY 27JUNIOR PROM MOONLIGHT AND ROSES A gaily decorated gymnasium was the scene of last year's Junior Prom, "Moonlight and Roses." Highlighting the center of the floor was a beautiful trellis covered with pink roses. The moonlight came from a revolving disc perforated with lights hanging high above the trellis. Vem Meisner's orchestra provided very danceable music. The efforts put forth by those who decorated were very much appreciated. PROM ROYALTY. King Steve Campbell and Queen Susie Flannery along with Miniature Queen Annette Wenger and King Steve Flannery are surrounded by their court of Joe Flanagan, Karen Anderson, John Dunlavy, Janet Williams, Nicki Thompson, Paul Dam-men, Kristine Aim and Jim Hanson. Queen Susie Flannery King Steve Campbell Janet Williams John Dunlavy 28Paul Dammen Nicki Thompson During the grand march Susie and Steve give a guiding hand to the miniature royalty. What else can we say, they’re dancing. Jim Hanson Christine Aim Karen Anderson Joe FlanaganThis year's Homecoming royalty included Freshmen Nancy Haesler and David Ostby, Sophomores Martha Cline and Bob Besand, Queen Linda Coffey and King Paul Dammcn, Juniors Laurel Schlafli and Dennis Nall, and Seniors Mary Nipple and Wayne Berget. 30HOMECOMING First prize in the float competition went to the Juniors with their "Let's Spread 'Em" theme. The Seniors took second prize with a cup of coffee and a donut. A large clam shell chomping up a Juda player won third prize for the Sophomore class. The float of the Freshman class expressed the hope that we would bury Juda's team. Look at those beautiful straight lines. A , .vJvja 1.1'MW ® ijWWK' The king and queen of Argyle High School’s 1965 Homecoming were Seniors Linda Coffey and Paul Bammen. Homecoming festivities began on Thursday night, October 7, 1965, with a pep rally which was held in the gym this year because of unfavorable weather conditions. On Friday afternoon the Senior Band led the traditional parade from the high school through the village to the new grade school. The Homecoming game was played in the evening against Juda with our team being tied by the visitors in the last seconds of play, 6 to 6. Following the game students and alumni attended the dance where music was provided by Russ Wilson's orchestra. 31MID- WINTER BALL The second annual Mid-Winter Ball was held during the Christmas re-cess on December 28, 1965. It was sponsored by the Music Department with the proceeds going to the Band Uniform Fund. Queen Laurel Schlafli and King Jay Wenger. Mid Winter Ball Royalty: King Jay Wenger and Queen Laurel Schlafli, Juniors; Sophomore attendants Jerry DeNure and Connie Paulson; Senior attendants Nicki Thompson and Bob Amot; Freshman attendants Debra Schild and Jimmie Thompson. 32A THLET ICS FIRST ROW: Jim Hanson, Paul Dammen, Joe Flanagan, Steve Elmer, Wayne Berget, Steve Campbell, Terry Nelson, Bob Amot. SECOND ROW: Leroy Thompson, David Lehmann, Dick Skattum, Billy Kolb, Dennis Nall, Gary Budsberg, Thad Nelson, John Meade. THIRD ROW: Jack Runke, Ed Gavigan, David Phillipson, Tom McGinnity, Laveme Lefgren, Bobby Besand, David Vinger, David Widmer, John Williams. FOURTH ROW: David Ostby, Dick Weiler, Wayne Rossing, Mark Lehmann, Paul Rufener, Allen Wenger, Jeff Williams, Dennis Johnson, Andy Anderson, Bob Flanagan. Head Coach Dan Schober and Assistant Coach Jim Harke. 34FOOTBALL Argyle's football season was fairly disappointing from the standpoint of many of the fans, but in a year hit hard by the previous graduation the team finished a respectable fifth in the State Line League. What makes this more amazing is the fact that we scored only four touchdowns all season in compiling a 2-3-2 conference record. It started out with our boys going down to a rather dismal defeat by Brodhead 26-0. We then seemed to get going as we shut out Blanchardville 13-0, but against the league championship team, Belleville, we were shut out for the second time by a lopsided 39-0 score. In our homecoming with Juda as the opponent, our defense sparkled as we held the Panthers' vaunted passing attack in check until the last play of the game and had to settle for a 6-6 tie. Next the Orioles traveled to South Wayne and after a hard-fought defensive battle we again had to settle for a tie, 0-0. In the contest with Orfordville's Vikings nothing seemed to go right for us on the rain-covered field as Argyle was held scoreless and lost 19-0. Argyle's finest hour came in the season finale at New Clarus. Highlighted by Jim Hanson's 65-yard touchdown run, we knocked the Glamers out ot title contention by coming up with our best effort of the year and winning 6-0. STATE LINE LEAGUE TEAM STANDINGS W L T W L T Belleville . . . . . 7 0 0 ARGYLE . 2 3 2 New Glarus . ... 5 2 0 South Wayne . . . 2 4 1 Brodhead . . 2 1 Juda . 1 4 2 Orfordville . . . . 4 3 0 Blanchardville . . 0 7 0 SCORES OF GAMES: Marshall 21, Argyle 0; Brodhead 26, Argyle 0; Argyle 13, Blanchardville 0; Belleville 39, Argyle 0; Argyle 6, Juda 6; Argyle 0, South Wayne 0; Orfordville 19, Argyle 0; Argyle 6, New Glarus 0. MANAGERS. FIRST ROW: Tom Amot, Jimmie Thompson. SECOND ROW: Mike Schellenger, John Soper. 35FOOTBALL STARTERS. FIRST ROW: Joe Flanagan, Eddie Gavigan, Billy Kolb, Steve Campbell, Paul Dammen, Wayne Berget, Terry Nelson. SECOND ROW: David Lehmann, Dennis Nall, Steve Elmer, Jimmie Hanson, Dick Skattum, Bob Amot. 36A TEAM CHEERLEADERS. Janet Williams, Kristine Aim, Nicki Thompson, Karen Anderson, Diane Burreson. CHEERLEADERS Here the A team cheerleaders are shown with their advisor, Mrs. Amot. B TEAM CHEERLEADERS. FIRST ROW: Linda Hartwig, Mary Jo Schellenger. SECOND ROW: Janice Venable, Connie Paulson, Laurel Schlafli. 37VA RSITT BA SKETBA LL Youth and lack of experience proved to be Argyle's major problems during the 1965-1966 season. The Orioles posted a 2-16 league record and an overall 2-18 record. The two victories were scored against Blanchardville, 54-47, and Juda, 62-61. In the Blanchardville game the Orioles held leads of 19-12 at the end of the first quarter, 28-17 at the half, 40-25 at the end of the third quarter, but then had to fend off a frenzied 22-point attack by the Golden Eagles in the fourth period to finally win by seven points. The Juda game was a real cliff-hanger. They had beaten our boys by 32 points in the first round of play, but in the second meeting the Panther; faced a determined Argyle squad. From a seven-point deficit at halftime the boys came back strong after an inspiring pep-talk during the intermission by Coach Schober. The cheers echoed back and forth in the A.H.S. gymnasium as the lead changed hands many times during the third and fourth quarters. Don Daly sank two free throws with five seconds remaining to gain the welcome victory. In tournament play the Orioles showed the ability that they had been developing during the year, especially in the final game against Albany. We led until the final seconds of play but bowed out 59-55. This year was a rebuilding year for Argyle, only two seniors were on the varsity squad. Had it not been for injuries to key personnel the Orioles might have won more ball games. The valuable experience that was gained by underclassmen, including three sophomores, should mean that better things are in store for Argyle in the future. DON DALY—Junior, most valuable player, best field goal pet. all games, most rebounds and plus pts. STEVE ELMER—Senior, captain, leading scorer, best f.g. and f.t. pet. conference season. hr TOM McGINNITY--Sophomore, highest average rebounds per game, most opponents tied up. § RICHIE LARSON—Sophomore, most J assists, most recoveries. k 38 Argyle SCORES OF GAMES Opponents 36 New Glarus 57 46 Monticello 84 54 Brodhead 93 42 Belleville 69 55 South Wayne 83 44 Juda 76 54 Blanchardville 47 66 Albany 75 52 Orfordville 78 39 Monticello 51 46 Brodhead 57 49 Belleville 77 32 New Glarus 52 40 South Wayne 68 2 XX Blanchardville 70 52 Albany 60 62 Orfordville 87 5 62. Juda 55 Albany 59 rr 17KNEELING: Paul Dammen, manager; Coach Schober; David Phillipson, manager. STANDING: Steve Elmer, Eddie Gavigan, Richie Larson, Bob Amot, Dennis Nall, Don Daly, Art Schmidt, Tom McGinnity, Gary Buds-berg, Neale Tollakson, Dick Skattum, Jack Runkc. STATE LINE LEAGUE TEAM STANDINGS TEAM W L Pet. TEAM W L Pet. Orfordville 17 1 .944 Juda 8 10 .444 South Wayne 15 3 .833 Monticello 8 10 .444 New Glarus 12 6 .667 Brodhead 7 11 .389 Albany 10 8 .556 ARGYLE 2 16 .111 Belleville 9 9 .500 Blanchardvillc 2 16 .111 39In Argyle's victory over Blanchardville Richie Larson (number 34) tries for an easy lay-up. Steve Elmer (number 24); scores two of his twenty-six points for the highest individual scoring effort of the season. 40 In spite of tremendous pressure from the opposition Tom McGinnity (44) gets off his shot in Argyle's 54-47 win.J. V. BASKETBALL For the second time in the last three years the junior varsity basketball team lost all eighteen conference games during the season. An overall lack of experience and lack of size were the two main contributing factors to this unimpressive record. Several players who could have helped the team were forced to play on the varsity squad because of its shortage of players. The most exciting game of the year was against Belleville which found both teams tied at the end of regulation time 40-40 and was won by the opposition in overtime 54-44. Most points scored by individuals were 20 and 17 by Tom Coffey against Blanchardville and Belleville, 17 by Bob Flanagan against Belleville, 13 by Bob Bcsand against Monticello and 13 by Jeff Williams against Belleville. The leading scorer for the season was Tom Coffey with 152 points in 16 games and Dick Skattum had the most rebounds, 130. Bob Besand led in field goal percentage with a .352 mark and Jeff Williams .548 average was high in free throws. We wish Coach Harke a better season next year when he inherits a very promising group of eighth graders. One of our many short players, Andy Anderson (22), lets fly with a medium length shot against Blanchardville in the junior varsity's highest point producing game which was lost 53-65. FIRST ROW: Andy Anderson, Allen Wenger, Bob Flanagan, Tom Coffey, Jeff Williams. SECOND ROW: Billy Johnson, Bobby Besand, Laverne Lofgren, Ron Hanson, Sherman Peterson, John Williams. THIRD ROW: David Phillip-son, manager, Dennis Paulson, Wayne Rossing, Wayne Smith, Rodney Paulson, Coach Harke.Slugging singles hitters: Tom Coffey, Dean Ritschard, Richie Larson, Art Gilbertson. BASEBALL. FIRST ROW: Jack Runke, Bob Arnot, Terry Nelson, Steve Elmer, Tom McGinnity. SECOND ROW: Eddie Gavigan, Dean Ritschard, Dennis Johnson, Tom Coffey, Coach Harke. THIRD ROW: Art Gilbertson, Billy Johnson, Richie Larson, Gary Budsberg, Dick Skattum. BASEBALL TRACK TRACK. FIRST ROW: Jay Wenger, Billy Kolb, Jack Runke, Billy Johnson. SECOND ROW: Bob Arnot, Tom McGinnity, Neale Tol-lakson, Bobby Besand, Coach Scho-ber.Susie Flannery Thad Nelson 44 Jo Ann Everson Steve Elmer Joe Flanagan Nicki Thompson SENIORS Karen AndersonBob Ar not Linda Coffey Janet Williams SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS AND ADVISORS FIRST ROW: Kristine Aim, secretary; Mary Nipple, vice-president. SECOND ROW: Advisors Mr. Bartels, Mr. Schoenick, Mr. Amot. THIRD ROW: Steve Elmer, president; Paul Dammen, treasurer. 45Kristine Aim Linda Weiler Lorraine Kolb John Meade SENIORS Wayne Bergct Diana SeversonClavin Ritschard Imogene Isely paul Dammen SENIOR LETTER WINNERS FIRST ROW: Susie Flannery, Karen Anderson, Linda Weiler, Imogene Isely. SECOND ROW: Linda Coffey, Kristine Aim, Nicki Thompson, JoAnn Everson. THIRD ROW: Janet Williams, Wayne Berget, Jim Hanson, Steve Elmer, Mary Chenous. FOURTH ROW: Terry Nelson, Paul Dammen, Joe Flanagan, Bob Ar-not. 47Jim Hanson Nancy Bcrget Terry Nelson Mary Chenous Grace Stamm Virgil Dammen Mary Nipple SENIORSfc Marian Peterson Art Schmidt Kathleen Moen Leroy Thompson Marcia Nipple Dennis Nall Linda Penniston Don Daly Barbara Davis John Schmid Sheree Kammerud David Widmer Linda Brandt Dick Skattum Mary Ruth Flannery Billy Kolb Mary Jeanne Soper Sylvan Olson Diane Burresont Laurabeth Nelson Kathy Barry Beth Skattum Jim Cline Vicki Kipfer Linda Siegenthaler Laurel Schlafli Larry Flannery Marilyn Jacobson Karen McGinnity Jane Schellenger Judy Wyttenbach Jack Runke JoAnn Wyttenbach Maureen Coffey Jay Wenger Jackie Wyss David Lehmann Sara Jo Thompson JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS AND ADVISORS. FIRST ROW: Sheree Kammerud, president; Jack Runke, vice-president; Mrs. Wondrash, advisor. SECOND ROW: Eugene Schultz, secretary; Don Daly, treasurer; Mr. Hassel, advisor; Mr. Findlay, advisor. 51SOPHOMORES Ed Gavigan Tom McGinnity David Phillipson Mark Anderson Bobby Besand Jerry DeNure Dean Ritschard Billy Johnson Tom Coffey SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS AND ADVISORS. FIRST ROW: Connie Paulson, president; Mark Anderson, vice-president; Linda Hartwig, secretary. SECOND ROW: David Phillipson, treasurer; Mr. Harke, advisor; Mr. Kingeter, advisor. 52Ruth Everson Dick Weiler Ruth Skattum Sherman Peterson Steve Mason Martha Cline Vergil Peterson Connie Meyer Sherry Berget Steve Gerrich Barbara Nybroten Stuart Campbell Dennis Johnson Connie Paulson Richie Larson Mary Jo Schellenger Christine Johnson Jerry Hendrickson Linda Hartwig Rodney Paulson Ron Hanson Bemie McDonald Fred Sauder Terry Flannery 53Andy Anderson Janice Venable Bob Flanagan Beth Nipple Irene Elmer John Williams Joanne Gabioud Mark Tollakson Dennis Paulson Patti McDonald Wayne Rossing Debra Schild Barbara Greenhill Ralph Schmid Gladys Reed Mike Dunlavy Jimmie Thompson Sybil Meade Edward Meier Nancy Haesler Marsha Mason Rudy Gebhardt Peggy Erickson Paul Rufener 54SteveParks Terry Oleson John Corbin Diane Peterson Sandra Widmer David Vinger Allen Wenger Jeff Williams Doral Nall David Ostby Mark Lehmann Lave me Lofgren Bruce Martin Wayne Smith FRESHMEN FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS AND ADVISORS. FIRST ROW: Wayne Smith, president; Jeff Williams, vice-president; Jimmie Thompson, treasurer. SECOND ROW: Mr. Schober, advisor; Beth Nipple, secretary, Mr. Skinrood, advisor. 55TOP ROW: Mark Anderson, Tom Amot, Susan Bahe, Daryl Berget, Roger Besand, JoAnn Brandt, Mark Brede-son. SECOND ROW FROM TOP: Betty Gavigan, Geraldine Hassenfelt, Ardis Jacobson, Ronnie Kipfer, Zona-gale Matley, Janet McDonald, Jane Meier. THIRD ROW: Greg Rossing, Mike Sauder, Mike Schellenger, Donnie Siegenthaler, John Soper, Allen Strothman, Kim Bahe. FOURTH ROW FROM TOP: Patty Holmes, Georgia Hunter, Suzanne McMannes, Winnifred Meier, Gretchen Nelson, John Nelson, Christine Nipple. BOTTOM ROW: David Schild, August Schlafli, Leland Schmid, Richard Stauffacher, Sherry Stauffacher, David Thompson, Vicki Thompson. JUNIOR 56TOP ROW: Angie Campbell, Nancy Cline, Carol Daly, Pat Dunlavy, Martha Engeli, Glenda Erickson, Geri Flanagan. SECOND ROW: David Moen, Doral Nelson, Phillip Nelson, Steven Nelson, Myron Olson, Greg Penniston, Garry Rossing. THIRD ROW: Janice Barry, Cheryl Benson, Steven Chenous, Marianne Davis, Kathy Dunlavy, Harlan Emberson, Karen Fischer. FOURTH ROW: Arvid Nybroten, Sandra Olson, Ronita Pat-tinson, Ricky Phillipson, Tommy Rear, Jimmie Reed, Joe Rossing. BOTTOM ROW: Bruce Tollakson, Rhonda Vlasak, Francis Weibel, James Wenger, LouAnn Widmer, Nancy Widmer, Debbie Zoller. HIGH SCHOOL V 57EIGHTH GRADE CLASS OFFICERS AND ADVISOR. FIRST ROW: Garry Rossing, treasurer; Tom Amot, vice-president. SECOND ROW: John Soper, president; Mr. Kiel, advisor. Absent Kaye Cecka, secretary. SEVENTH GRADE CLASS OFFICERS AND ADVISOR. FIRST ROW: Vicki Thompson, vice-president; Janice Barry, treasurer. SECOND ROW: Georgia Hunter, president; Karen Fischer, secretary. Mr. Wond-rash, advisor. JUNIOR HIGH BASKETBALL FIRST ROW: Ricki Phillipson, Francis Weibel, John Nelson, David Schild, Bruce Tollak-son, Ronnie Kipfer, Mr. Kiel. SECOND ROW: David Thompson, August Schlafli, Kim Bahe, Steve Chenous, Doral Nelson, Garry Rossing. THIRD ROW: Joe Rossing, Greg Rossing, Steven Nelson, Mark Bredeson, David Moen, Tom Amot, Mr. Wondrash. FOURTH ROW: Mark Anderson, Donnie Siegenthaler, Mike Schellen-ger, Myron Olson, John Soper, Roger Besand, Greg Penniston.GRADESSIXTH GRADE FIFTh FIRST ROW: Doris Engeli, Carla Nysted, Louise Nelson, Pat Lehmann, Gary Stamm, Danny Schultz, Stanley Schmid, Sever Severson, Diane Wyttcn-bach. SECOND ROW: JoAnn Olson, Mary Dunlavy, Jimmy Skattum, Stuart Gerrich, Stanley Campbell, Stephen Weibel, Christy Coffey, Marsha Paulson, Diane Watkins. THIRD ROW: Kem Anderson, Anita Stein, Laurie Gruenberg, Tom Aebly, David Gabioud, Roger Godfrey, Debra Hartwig, Gcri McGinnity, Miss Mueller. FOURTH ROW: Gloria Erickson, John Elmer, Susan Chenous, Rita Daly, Ruth Daly, Dorothy Flanagan, Jeff Isely, JoAnn Greenhill, Karen Wenger. GRADE BAND FIRST ROW: Gail McDonald, Mary Widmer, LinFransen, Teena Wilhclmson, Gayle Nysted, Paula Wenger, Steve Hyland, Michele Holmes. SECOND ROW: Paul Meier, Jim Wenger, Peter Cline, Leon Bur-reson, Shelly Erickson, Ruth Cline, Sharon Fischer, Richie Flanery. THIRD ROW: Stacy FIRST ROW: Christy Coffey, Marsha Paulson, Margit Moen. SECOND ROW: Marianne Davis, Louise Nelson, Geri McGinnity, Karen Wenger, Kem Anderson, Diane Wyttenbach, Paula Wenger, Gail Fisher, THIRD ROW: Jimmy Skattum, Debra Hartwig, Diane Watkins, Greg Upward, Jon Erickson, Patty Holmes, August Schlafli, Linda Fransen, Gail McDonald, Susan Chenous, Pat Lehmann. FOURTH ROW: Peter Cline, Pattie Venable, Alan Tollak-son.RADE FOURTH GRADE Campbell, Margit Moen, Craig Gruenberg, Tom Ritschard, Alan Tollakson, LaVon Starr, Monica Olson, Mrs. Pederson. FOURTH ROW: Daryl Voegli, Ronnie Fuchs, Eric Anderson, Patty Venable, Beverly Erickson, Greg Upward, Jon Erickson, Gail Fisher. FIRST ROW: Cindy Nybroten, Karen Schmid, Allen Nybroten, Fritz Zoller, Christian Schmid, Ronnie Pattinson. SECOND ROW: David Hyland, John Crotty, Colleen McGrath, Eileen McGrath, Janet Smith, Mrs. Reinmann. THIRD ROW: Timmy Hendrickson, Suzanne Cecka, Gary Vlasak, Connie Flint, Robin Berg, John Pittz. FOURTH GRADE FIRST ROW: Janet Severson, RoxAnne Paulson, Kim Pen-niston, Jeannie Wirtz, Pete Goepfert, Tom Lehmann, Laurie Peterson, Linda Wyttenbach. SECOND ROW: Karen Makos, Laura Rossing, Debra Montgomery, Valerie Hunter, Sharon Emberson, Carl Weibel, Greg Flannery, Marilyn Godfrey, Mrs. Bleiler. THIRD ROW: Jeff Penniston, Steve Brandt, Margo Hendrickson, Susan Anderson, Karen Hildenbrand, Maureen McGinnity, Jeanne Brede-son. 61THIRD GRADE GRADE FIRST ROW: Mark Schmid, Steve Dammen, Suzanne Olson, Larry Moen, Linda Smith, Brent Erickson, Mike Aebly. SECOND ROW: Bruce Cline, Randy Campbell, Kim Gruenberg, Bruce Hanson, Richard Brandt, LeAnn Craft, Jean Sauder, John Engeli, Mrs. Saether. THIRD ROW: David Sau-der, Jana Erickson, Jim Pittz, Edward Stainbrook, Phillip Cline, Ruth Moen, May Stainbrook, THIRD GRADE FIRST ROW: Jon Thompson, Shelley Meyer, Kathy Kammerud, DeAnn Nysted, Jane Fransen, Kim Bright, Tanna Sevson, Erin McDonald. SECOND ROW: Pamela Schliem, Christine Nelson, LuAnn Wilhelmson, Danny Brede-son, Nathan Schlafli, Cheryl Lofgren, Melodie Berg, Steven Rossing, Mrs. Wenger. THIRD ROW: Greg Stamm, Mark Upward, Christine Stein, Barbara Fisher, Scott Hawley, Craig Symons,, Danny McGinnity, Laurel Bruehl-man. 62 This year because of the shift to the new grade school building, the grade chorus is made up of all students in grades four ARTthrough six. Their angelic FIRST ROW: Roy Schmidj Timmy Wilhelmson, Julie Wyttenbach, Jimmy voices were heard at the Schlafli, Brian Wyttenbach. SECOND ROW: Cary Craft, Kim Godfrey, Kirk Christmas and Spring con- Wenger, Dennis Stainbrook, Helen Erickson, Randy Flannery, Mrs. Ander- cer s son. THIRD ROW: Jerry Pittz, Brian Cline, Harlan Erickson, Robert Ber- get, Ricky Steiner. SECOND GRADE Mrs. Amot and part of her sixth grade art class are showing their styrofoam "Children of the World." % FIRST ROW: Denise Nelson, Heidi Rossing, Scott Ritschard, Jami Meyer, Kathy Campbell, Kathy Garrison, Kathy Crotty. SECOND ROW: Loren Bruehlman, Carol Bertelrud, Kevin Hartwig, Wally Hartwig, Laurie Vlasak, Lyle Hendrickson, Julie Wirtz, Lynn Widmer. THIRD ROW: Brian Nelson, Debra Meier, Ronnie Nipple, Larry Erickson, Larry Wahl, Julie Swingen, Mark Hawley, Peter Weibel, Mrs. Hildenbrand.FIRST GRADE. FIRST ROW: Jody Widmer, Debbie Pen-niston, Lorna Ritschard, Connie Hendrickson, Paul Mud-gett, Tom Holmes. SECOND ROW: Steve Flannery, Todd Wirtz, Wayne Nysted, Janet Pittz, Donna Zoller, Kathy Bright. THIRD ROW: Jeff Wilhelmson, Marc Busch, Drew Anderson, Stephen Larson, Rona Erickson, Mrs. Penniston. FOURTH ROW: Jada Steiner, Jeff Steiner, Mike Daly, Pat Daly, Mike Flannery, Philip Gavigan. FIRST GRADE. FIRST ROW: Marcia Garrison, David Stainbrook, Sammy Pattinson, David Olson, John Cline, Betty Lou Wire. SECOND ROW: Greg Isely, Paul Wenger, Richard Dammen, Dennis Schliem, William Whitmar, Penny Nybroten, Mrs. Mindcrmann. THIRD ROW: Danny Cline, Shawn Burreson, Darlene Hanson, JoAnn Dunlavy, Debra Vinger, Denise Vinger. FOURTH ROW: Kim Hendrickson, Kathy McGinnity, Ricky Penniston, Ronnie Bredeson, Harlan Flannery, Victor Schmidt. FIRST GRADES AND KINDERGARTEN KINDERGARTEN. FIRST ROW: Billy Watkins, Tom Rossing, Danny Penniston, Mark Wyttenbach, Kelly Hanson, Fritz Engeli, Sandra Crot-ty, John Wire. SECOND ROW: Sheri Bahe, Michael Benson, Annette Wenger, Kristi Thompson, Brenda Bredeson, Dennis Coffey, Susan Larson, Dixie Moen. THIRD ROW: Kevin Erickson, Richard Moen, David Daly, Lee Montgomery, Ricky Nipple, Cheryl Hawley, Marta Anderson, Jim Bruehlman, Miss Crcsson. KINDERGARTEN. FIRST ROW: Gary Schmid, Joan Smith, Larry Kammerud, Ann Ritschard, Jackie Olson, Steve Embcrson. SECOND ROW: Connie Garrison, Jill Wirtz, Bonnie Barry, Marco Flannery, David Martin. THIRD ROW: Nathan Skattum, Marie Gabioud, Janet Garrison, Tom Hyland, Jon Hart-wig CindyCecka, Claire Schmidt, Miss Crcsson. 64ADVERTISINGAROYLE, WIS Where the Stylewise Economize JIM'S LOCKER SERVICE Jim Burreson, Proprietor Meat Processing and Curing Argyle, Wisconsin Phone Kl 3-5651 KERMIT WATKINS Building and Remodeling Argyle, Wisconsin Compl i merits of R. FINLEY BARRY Attorney ot Low Argyle M m WEINSCHENK’S Plumbing and Heating Argyle, WisconsinSTUDER SUPER SERVICE INC. 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GAS Monroe, WisconsinSENIOR DIRECTORY KRISTINE ALM--Cheerleader 2,3,4; Senior Band 1,2,3,4; Pep Band 1; A Cappella Choir 1,2,3,4; Madrigal 3,4; Newspaper Staff 3,4; Student Council 4; Forensics 1; Class Officer 4; Prom Attendant 3; Letter Winner 2,3,4; Mid-Winter Ball Attendant 3. KARREN ANDERSON--Cheerleader l,2,3,4;SeniorBand 1,2, 3,4; Pep Band 1; A Cappella Choir 1,2,3,4; Madrigal 4; Forensics 1,2,4; Class Officer 3; Prom Attendant 3; Honor Roll 1,2,3; Letter Winner 2,3,4; Lettermcn's Club 3,4; Debate 3. BOB ARNOT--Football 3,4, Basketball 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Track 1,2,3,4; Senior Band 1,2,3,4; Pep Band 1,2; A Cappella Choir 1,2,3,4; Madrigal 2,3,4; Annual Editor 4; Annual Staff 2,3,4; Student Council 4; Forensics 1; Class Officer 1; Alfred Ommodt Memorial Award 2; Honor Roll 1,2,3,4; Letter Winner 2,3,4; Lettermcn's Club 3, 4; Debate 3,4; Mid-Winter Ball Attendant; Yearbook Achievement Award 4; NANCY BERGET—Future Homemakers of America 1,2,3,4; FHA Officer 4. WAYNE BERGET—Football 2,3,4; Future Farmers of America 1,2,3,4; Homecoming Attendant 4; Letter Winner 3,4; Lettermen's Club 3,4. STEVE CAMPBELL— Football 1,3,4; Track 1; FFA 1,2,3,4; Prom King 3; Letter Winner4; Lettermen's Club 4. MARY CHE-NOUS--Forensics 1,2,3,4; A Cappella Choir 1,2; Library 1; FHA 1,2,3; FHA Officer 2; Letter Winner 2, 2,3,4. LINDA COFFEY—Senior Band 1,2,3,4; Pep Band 1,2,3,4; A Cappella Choir 1,2,3,4; Madrigal 2,3, 4; Newspaper Editor 4; Newspaper Staff 3,4; Student Council 3; Forensics 1; Class Officer 3; Homecoming Queen 4; Honor Roll 1,2,3,4; Letter Winner 2,3,4. PAUL DAMMEN--Football 1,2,3,4; Basketball 3; Basketball Manager 4; FFA 1,3,4; Class Officer 4; Prom Attendant 3; Homecoming King 4; Letter Winner 2,3,4; Lettermen's Club 2,3,4. VIRGIL DAMMEN—Football 1,2; FFA 1,2,3,4. JOHN DUNLAVY--Football 1; FFA 1,2,3; Homecoming Attendant 1; Prom Attendant 3. STEVE ELMER--Football 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Track 1,2,4; Annual Staff 4; FFA 3; Class Officer 2,4; Homecoming Attendant 3; Letter Winner 3,4; Lettermen's Club 3,4. JoANN EVERSON--Senior Band 1,2,3,4; Pep Band 1,2,3,4; Music Clinic Scholarship 2; A Cappella Choir 1,2,3,4; Madrigal 3,4; National School Choral Award 4; Annual Staff 4; Newspaper Staff 3,4; Forensics 3,4; Library 3,4; Class Officer 2; Homecoming Attendant 3; Honor Roll 1,2,3,4; Letter Winner 3,4. JOE FLANAGAN—Football 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,3; Track 1,2; Football Captain 4; Student Council 2,3,4; Class Officer 1; Prom Attendant 3; Letter Winner 2,3,4; Lettermen's Club 2,3,4. SUSIE FLANNERY—Senior Band 1,2,3,4; Pep Band 1,2,3,4; A Cappella Choir 1,2,3,4; Madrigal 2,3,4; Annual Staff 1,2,3,4; Student Council 4; Forensics 1; Class Officer 2, Prom Queen3; Homecoming Attendant 2; Honor Roll 1,2,3,4; Letter Winner 2,3,4; Debate 3. JIM HANSON—Football 1,2,3,4; Football Most Valuable 4; Prom Attendant 3; Homecoming Attendant 2; Letter Winner 2,3,4; Lettermen's Club 2,3,4. IMOGENE ISELY—A Cappella Choir 1,2; Forensics 1,4; Library 1,2,3,4; FFA Chapter Sweetheart 4; FHA 2,3,4; FHA Officer 3,4; Honor Roll 2; Letter Winner 3,4. LORRAINE KOLB--Newspaper Staff 3,4; Newspaper Editor 4. JOHN MEADE--Football 4; FFA 1,2,3,4; FFA Officer 4. TERRY NELSON—Football 2,3,4; Baseball 1,2,3,4; FFA 1,2,3,4; FFA Officer 4; Class Officer 3;Honor Roll 1; Letter Winner 3,4; Lettermen's Club 3,4. THAD NELSON--Football 1,2,4; Basketball 2; Senior Band 1; A Cappella Choir 1; Forensics 1; FFA 3,4; FFA Officer 4 MARY NIPPLE—Newspaper Staff 3,4; Student Council 2; Forensics 1,3,4; Library 1,2,3,4; FHA 1,2,3,4; FHA Officer 3,4; Class Officer 4; Homecoming Attendant 4; Honor Roll 1,2,3,4. CALVIN RITSCHARD— Football 1,2; Track 1,2; FFA 1,2,4. DIANA SEVERSON—FHA 1,2,3,4; FHA Officer 4. GRACE STAMM--Newspaper Staff 4; Library 1,3,4; FHA 3,4; Dramatics 2,3. NICKI THOMPSON—Majorette 1,2,3,4; Cheerleader 1,2,3,4; Senior Band 1,2,3,4; A Cappella Choir 1,2,3,4; Annual Staff 3,4; Class Officer 2; Prom Attendant 3; Homecoming Attendant 1; Letter Winner 2,3,4; Lettermen's Club 3,4; Mid-Winter Ball Attendant 4. LINDA WEILER— Senior Band 1,2,3,4; Pep Band 2,3,4; A Cappella Choir 1,2,3,4; Madrigal 2,3,4; FHA 1,2,3,4; Honor Roll 1; Letter Winner 2,3,4. JANET WILLIAMS--Cheerleader 1,2,3,4; Senior Band 1,2,3,4; Pep Band 1; John Phillip Sousa Award 4; A Cappella Choir 1,2,3,4; Madrigal 2,3,4; Newspaper Staff 3,4; Class Officer 1; Prom Attendant 3; Letter Winner 2,3,4; Lettermen's Club 3,4. 76INDEX The numbers or letters after the names in this index indicate the following: (number) grade in which a student is enrolled, (K) kindergarten, (F) faculty, (BE) board of education, (S) secretary, (C) cook, (J) janitor. Adams, Donna (10)......... Acbly, Mike (3)........... Aebly, Tom (6)............ Aim, Kristine (12)........ Anderson, Andy (9)........ Anderson, Drew (1)........ Anderson, Erie (5)........ Anderson, Karen (12) ... . Anderson, Kem (6)......... Anderson, Mrs. Marjorie (F) Anderson, Mark (10)....... Anderson, Mark (8)........... Anderson, Marta (K)....... Anderson, Susan (4)....... ..........................18 ...........................62 ..........................60 16,18,20,21,23,29,37,45,46,47 .............. 20,22,34,41,54 ...........................64 ..........................60 . 20,21,23,26,28,29,37,44,47 ..........................60 ...........................63 ..................14,21,23,52 ........................56,58 ...........................64 ..........................61 Amot, Bob (12)......... 17,18,20,21,22,26,32,35,36,38,42,45,47 Amot, Mrs. Norma (F)................................6,12,18,37 Amot, Mr. Robert (F)...................................6,11,45 Amot, Tom (8)..................................... 23,35,56,58 Bahe, Kim (7)............................................56,58 Bahe, Sheri (K).............................................. Bahe, Susan (8).............................................. Barry, Bonnie (K)...........................................64 Barry, Janice (7).................................... 23,57,58 Barry, Kathy (11)..................................17,21,23,51 Bartels, Mr. Kenneth (F)............................4,18,26,45 Benson, Cheryl (7)........................................... Benson, Michael (K).........................................64 Berg, Melodic (3)........................................ 62 Berg, Robin (4).............................................61 Berget, Daryl (8)............................................ Berget, Mr. Kaspar (BE)......................................4 Berget, Nancy (12)....................................18,19,48 Berget, Robert (2)..........................................63 Berget, Sherry (10)......................................18,53 Berget, Wayne (12)....................... 18,19,30,34,36,46,47 Bcrtelrud, Carol (2)........................................63 Besand, Bob (10).............................19,30,34,41,42,52 Besand, Roger (8)........................................56,58 Blciler, Mrs. Blanch (F)....................................61 Brandt, JoAnn (8)............................................ Brandt, Linda (11).................................17,18,27,50 Brandt, Richard (3).........................................62 Brandt, Steve (4)...........................................61 Bredcson, Brenda (K)........................................64 Brcdcson, Danny (3).........................................62 Bredeson, Jeanne (4)........................................61 Bredcson, Mark (8).......................................56,58 Bredeson, Ronnie (1)........................................64 Bright, Kathy (1)...........................................64 Bright, Kim (3).............................................62 Bruehlman, Jim (K)..........................................64 Bruchlman, Laurel (3).......................................62 Bruehlman, Loren (2)........................................63 Budsberg, Cary (11).............................19,34,39,42,50 Burreson, Diane (11)...............................19,21,37,50 Burreson, Leon (5)..........................................60 Burreson, Shawn (1).........................................64 Busch, Marc (1).............................................64 Campbell, Angie (8)........................................ 57 Campbell, Kathy (2).........................................63 Campbell, Randy (3).........................................62 Campbell, Stacy (5).........................................60 Campbell, Stanley (6).......................................60 Campbell, Steve (12) . Campbell, Stuart (10) . Cccka, Cindy (K) . . . . Cccka, Kaye (8)........ Cccka, Suzanne (4) . . . Chenous, Mary (12) . . . Chenous, Steve (7) . . . Chenous, Susan (6) . . . Cline, Brian (2)....... Cline, Bruce (3)....... Cline, Danny (1)........ Cline, Jim (11)........ Cline, John (1)......... Cline, Martha (10) . . . Cline, Nancy (8)........ Cline, Peter (5)........ Cline, Phillip (3) . . . . , Cline, Ruth (5)......... Coffey, Christy (6) . . . , Coffey, Dennis (K) . . . . Coffey, Linda (12) . . . . Coffey, Maureen (11) . . Coffey, Tom (10) . . . . Corbin, John (9)....... Craft, Cary (2)........ Craft, LcAnn (3)....... Cresson, Miss Norma (F) Crotty, John (4)....... Crotty, Kathy (2)....... Crotty, Sandra (K) . . . . Daly, Carol (8)......... Daly, David (K)......... Daly, Don (11)......... Daly, Mike (1)......... Daly, Pat (1)........... Daly, Rita (6).......... Daly, Ruth (6).......... Dammen, Paul (12) . . . Dammen, Richard (1) . . Dammen, Steve (3) . . . Dammen, Virgil (12) . . Davis, Barbara (11) . . . . Davis, Marianne {!)... DeNurc, Mrs. George (C) DeNure, Jerry (10) ... . Dunlavy, JoAnn (1) . . . . Dunlavy, John (12) ... . Dunlavyr Kathy (7) . . . . Dunlavy, Mary (6) . . . . Dunlavy, Mike (9) . . . . Dunlavy, Pat (8)......... Elmer, Irene (9)......... Elmer, John (6)......... Elmer, Steve (12)........ Emberson, Harlan (7) . . . Emberson, Sharon (4) . . . Emberson, Steve (K) . . . Engcli, Doris (6)........ Engeli, Fritz (K)....... Engeli, John (3)........ Engcli, Martha (8)....... Erickson, Beverly (5) . . . Erickson, Brent (3)...... Erickson, Glenda (8) . . . Erickson, Cloria (6) . . . . Erickson, Harlan (2) . . . . Erickson, Helen (2) . . . . Erickson, Jana (3)....... 19,28,29,34,36,46 .......... 19,53 ..............64 ..........................61 .....................26,47,48 ....................... 57,58 ..........................60 ...........................63 ..........................62 ...........................64 .....................21,22,51 ...........................64 .....................21,30,53 ...........................57 ..........................60 ..........................62 ..........................61 ..........................60 ...........................64 . . 16,17,20,21,22,30,31,42,47 ................. 20,21,23,51 ...............13,18,41,42,52 ...........................55 ...........................63 ..........................62 ...........................64 ..........................61 ...........................63 ...........................64 ...........................57 .......................... 64 .....................17,39,50 ...........................64 ...........................64 ..........................60 ..........................60 18,19,29,30,31,34,36,38,45,47 ...........................64 ..........................62 ...........................48 .............. 16,17,21,23,50 ....................... 57,60 ..........................8 .............. 19,21,22,32,52 ...........................64 ..........................57 ..........................60 ...........................54 ..........................57 ....................21,22,54 .........................60 17,18,34,36,38,40,42,44,45,47 .......................22,57 .........................61 ..........................64 .........................60 ..........................64 .........................62 ..........................57 .........................61 ......................... 62 ...........................57 .........................60 ..........................63 ..........................63 .........................62 77Erickson, Jon (5)........ Erickson, Kevin (K) . . . . Erickson, Larry (2)...... Erickson, Peggy (9) . . . . Erickson, Rona (1)....... Erickson, Shelly (5) . . . . Everson, JoAnn (12) ... . Everson, Ruth (10)....... Findlay, Mr. Gene (F) . . Fischer, Karen (7)....... Fischer, Sharon (5) . . . . Fisher, Barbara (3)...... Fisher, Gail (5)......... Flanagan, Bob (9)........ Flanagan, Dorothy (6) . . Flanagan, Gcri (8)....... Flanagan, Joe (12) ... . Flancry, Richie (5) . . . . Flannery, Denise (K) . . . Flannery, Greg (4)....... Flannery, Harlan (1) . . . Flannery, Larry (11). . . . Flannery, Marco (K) . . . Flannery, Mary Ruth (11) Flannery, Mike (1) . . . . Flannery, Randy (2) . . . Flannery, Steve (1) . . . . Flannery, Susie (12) . . . Flannery, Terry (10) . . . Flint, Connie (4)........ Focsch, Mr. John (BE) . . Fransen, Jane (3)........ Fransen, Linda (5)....... Fuchs, Ronnie (5)........ Gabioud, David (6) . . . . Gabioud, Joanne (9) . . . Gabioud, Marie (K) . . . . Garrison, Connie (K) . . . Garrison, Janet (K) . . . . Garrison, Kathy (2) . . . . Garrison, Marcia (1) . . . Gavigan, Betty (8) . . . . Gavigan, Ed (10)......... Gavigan, Phillip (1) . . . Gebhart, Rudy (9)........ Gerrich, Steve (10) ... . Gerrich, Stuart (6) . . . . Gierhart, Mrs. Jay (S) . . Gilbertson, Art (11) . . . . Godfrey, Kim (2)......... Godfrey, Marilyn (4) . . . Godfrey, Roger (6) . . . . Goepfert, Pete (4) . . . . Grccnhill, Barbara (9) . . Grccnhill, JoAnn (6) . . . Gruenberg, Craig (5) . . . Gruenberg, Kim (3) . . . Gruenberg, Laurie (6) . Hacsler, Nancy (9) . . . . Hanson, Bruce (3)........ Hanson, Darlene (1) . . . Hanson, Jim (12)......... Hanson, Kelly (K) .... Hanson, Ron (10)......... Harkc, Mr. James (F) . . Hartwig, Debra (6) . . . . Hartwig, Jon (K)......... Hartwig, Kevin (2) . . . . ....................60,61 ........................64 ........................63 ..................... 19,54 .........................64 .......................61 16.17.20.21.23.26.27.44.47 ................16,21,23,53 .................7,12,16,51 .....................57,58 ........................61 ........................62 ....................60,61 ................18,35,41,54 ........................60 .........................57 ......... 28,29,34,36,44,47 ........................61 .........................64 ........................61 .........................64 .........................51 .........................64 ......................23,50 .........................64 .........................63 ......................29,64 17.18.20.21.22.28.29.44.47 ......................19,53 ........................61 ..........................5 ........................62 ........................60 .......................60 .......................60 ......................21,54 .........................64 ........................64 ........................64 ........................63 .........................64 .........................56 . . . . 17,18,34,36,38,42,52 .........................64 ......................19,54 .................... 19,53 ........................60 ........................8 ...................18,42,51 .........................63 .......................61 .......................60 ........................61 .................... 18,54 ........................60 .......................60 ........................62 ........................60 ........ 19,21,23,27,30,54 ........................62 .........................64 ........ 18,29,34,36,47,48 .........................64 ..................19,41,53 ........6,14,18,34,41,42,52 .......................60 .........................64 ........................63 Hartwig, Linda (10)........ Hartwig, Wally (2)......... Hassel, Mr. Herbert (F) . . . . Hasscnfclt, Geraldine (8) . . . Hawley, Cheryl (K)......... Hawley, Mark (2)........... Hawley, Scott (3).......... Hendrickson, Connie (1) . . . . Hendrickson, Jerry (10) ... . Hendrickson, Kim (1)....... Hendrickson, Lyle (2)...... Hendrickson, Margo (4) . . . . Hendrickson, Rene (4)...... Hendrickson, Timmy (4) . . . Hildcnbrand, Mrs. Clarice (F) Hildenbrand, Karen (4) . . . . Hogan, Mrs. Karen (F)...... Holmes, Mr. C. F. (BE) Holmes, Michelle (5)....... Holmes, Patty (7).......... Holmes, Tom (1)............ Hunter, Georgia (7)........ Hunter, Valerie (4)........ Hyland, David (4).......... Hyland, Mrs. James (C) . . . . Hyland, Steve (5).......... Hyland, Tom (K)............ Iscly, Greg (1)............ Isely, Imogene (12)........ Iscly, Jeff (6)............ Jacobson, Ardis (8)........ Jacobson, Marilyn (11) . . . . Johnson, Bill (10)......... Johnson, Christine (10) .... Johnson, Dennis (10)....... Johnson, Mrs. Lillian (C) . . . Kammerud, Kathy (3)........ Kammerud, Larry (K)........ Kammerud, Shcrec (11) . . . Kiel, Mr. Allen (F)........ Kingetcr, Mr. Francis (F) . . . Kipfer, Ronnie (8)......... Kipfer, Vicki (11)......... Kolb, Billy (11)........... Kolb, Lorraine (12)........ Larson, Richie (10)........ Larson, Stephen (1)........ Larson, Susan (K)............ Lehmann, David (11)........ Lehmann, Mark (9).......... Lehmann, Pat (6)........... Lehmann, Tom (4)........... Lofgren, Cheryl (3)........ Lofgren, Laveme (9)........ Lunde, Mr. Harold (F) . . . . Makos, Karen (4)........... Martin, Bruce (9).......... Martin, David (K).......... Mason, Marsha (9).......... Mason, Steve (10).......... Matley, Zonagale (8)....... McDonald, Bemie (10) . . . . McDonald, Erin (3)......... McDonald, Gail (5)......... McDonald, Janet (8)........ McDonald, Patti (9)........ MeGinnity, Danny (3) . . . . MeGinnity, Geri (6)......... 16,19,20,21,23,37,52,53 .....................63 ............ 6,10,26,51 ..................23,56 ....................64 .....................63 ....................62 ....................64 ..................21,53 .....................64 .....................63 ....................61 61 63 ...............61 ..............6,11 ..................5 ................61 ............. 56,60 ..................64 .......... 23,56,58 ............... 61 ...............61 .................8 ............... 61 ..................64 .................64 . . . 18,19,26,27,47 ...............60 ............. 23,56 ............16,17,51 13,16,21,26,41,42,52 ........ 16,20.23,53 .......... 19,35,53 ..................8 .................62 ..................64 ....... 21,23,26,50 ...............7,58 ......6,12,13,19,52 .............. 56,58 ......16,19,20,22,51 . . 18,19,34,36,42,50 .......... 16,17,46 .... 23,38,40,42,53 .................64 ..................64 . . .20,21,23,34,36,51 ....... 21,22,34,55 ................60 ................61 ................62 . . . . 34,41,55 .............7 ...........61 ........... 55 ............64 18,20,22,26,54 ............53 .........22,56 14,16,21,26,53 ...........62 ..........60 .........23,56 . . . . 20,23,54 ...........62 ...........60 78McGinnity, Karen (11) . . , MeGinnity, Kathy (1) . . . McGinnity, Maureen (4) . McGinnity, Tom (10) . . . McGrath, Colleen (4) . . . McGrath, Eileen (4) . . . . McMannes, Suzanne (7) . . Meade, John (12).......... Meade, Sybil (9)......... Meier, Debra (2)......... Meier, Edward (9)......... Meier, Jane (8).......... Meier, Paul (5).......... Meier, Winnifred (7) . . . Meyer, Connie (10) . . . . Meyer, Jami (2)......... Meyer, Shelley (3)....... Mindcrmann, Mrs. Kay (F) Moen, David (8).......... Moen, Dixie (K).......... Moen, Mr. Eugene (BE) . . Moen, Kathleen (11) . . . . Moen, Larry (3).......... Moen, Margit (5)......... Moen, Richard (K)........ Moen, Ruth (3)........... Montgomery, Debra (4) . . Montgomery, Lee (K) . . . Mudgett, Paul (1)......... Mueller, Miss Bertha (F) . Nall, Dennis (11)........ Nall, Doral (9).......... Nelson, Brian (2)........ Nelson, Christine (3) . . . . Nelson, Denise (2)....... Nelson, Doral (8)........ Nelson, Grctchen (7) . . . . Nelson, John (7)......... Nelson, Laurabeth (11) . . Nelson, Louise (6)....... Nelson, Phillip (8)...... Nelson, Steven (8)....... Nelson, Terry (12)....... Nelson, Thad (12)......... Nipple, Beth (9).......... Nipple, Christine (7) . . . . Nipple, Marcia (11) ... . Nipple, Mary (12)......... Nipple, Ricky (K)......... Nipple, Ronnie (2)....... Nybroten, Allen (4) .... , Nybroten, Arvid (7) .... . Nybrotcn, Barbara (10) . . . Nybroten, Cindy (4) . . . . Nybroten, Penny (1) . . . . Nysted, Carla (6)........ Nysted, DcAnn (3)........ Nysted, Gayle (5)......... Nysted, Wayne (1)........ Oleson, Terry (9)........ Olson, David (1).......... Olson, Jackie (K)......... Olson, Jo Ann (6)........ Olson, Monica (5)......... Olson, Myron (8)......... Olson, Sandra (7)........ Olson, Suzanne (3)....... Olson, Sylvan (11)....... ................... 20,21,22,26,51 .................................64 ..............................61 16,17,18,20,21,23,26,34,39,40,42,52 ................................61 ................................61 .................................56 .......................... 19,35,46 .................... 16,19,20,22.54 .................................63 ................................54 .................................56 ................................60 .................................56 .......................16,21,22,53 ................................63 ................................62 .................................64 ......................... 22,57,58 ................................64 ..................................4 .................... 16,20,21,22.50 ................................62 ................................60 .................................64 ................................62 ................................61 .................................64 ................................ 64 ..............................60 .............. 21,22,30,34,36,39,50 ................................55 ..............................'. 63 ................................62 .................................63 ............................. 57,58 ..............................22,56 ............................ 56,58 ..........................21,23,51 ................................60 ............................. 23,57 .......................... 23,57,58 ...............18,19,35,36,42,47,48 .............................35,44 ................. 19,21,22,27,54,55 .................................56 .................... 16,18,26,27,50 ..............16,18,26,27,30,45,48 ................................64 .................................63 ..............................61 ................................57 .... -.......................20,53 ................................61 .................................64 ................................60 ..............................62 ................................61 .................................64 .................................55 ................................64 ................................ 64 ..............................60 ...............................61 ............................ 57,58 .................................57 ..............................62 ......................... 18,19,50 Ostby, David (9)............ Parks, Steve (9)............ Pattinson, Ronita (7)........ Pattinson, Ronnie (4) . . . . Pattinson, Sammy (1) . . . . Paulson, Connie (10)......... Paulson, Dennis (9).......... Paulson, Marcia (6)......... Paulson, Rodney (10) .... Paulson, RoxAnne (4) . . . . Pederson, Mrs. Eleanor (F) . Pcnniston, Danny (K) . . . . Pcnniston, Debbie (1) . . . . Pcnniston, Mrs. Florence (F) Pcnniston, Greg (8).......... Pcnniston, Jeff (4)......... Pcnniston, Jim (J).......... Pcnniston, Kim (4).......... Penniston, Linda (11)........ Pcnniston, Ricky (1)........ Peterson, Diane (9).......... Peterson, Laurie (4)......... Peterson, Marian (11) . . . . Peterson, Sherman (10) . . . Peterson, Vergil (10)........ Phillipson, David (10) .... Phillipson, Ricky (7)........ Pittz, Janet (1)............. Pittz, Jerry (2)............. Pittz, Jim (3)............... Pittz, John (4)............. Rear, Tommy (7).............. Reed, Gladys (9)............ Reed, Jimmie (7)............. Rcinmann, Mrs. Clarice (F) Ritschard, Ann (K).......... Ritschard, Calvin (12) . . . . Ritschard, Dean (10)......... Ritschard, Loma (1).......... Ritschard, Scott (2)......... Ritschard, Tom (5)........... Ross, Mrs. Elise (F)......... Rossing, Garry (8)........... Rossing, Greg (8)........... Rossing, Heidi (2)........... Rossing, Joe (7)............. Rossing, Laura (4)........... Rossing, Steven (3).......... Rossing, Tom (K)............. Rossing, Wayne (9)........... Rufener, Connie (11)......... Rufener, Paul (9)........... Runkc, Jack (11)............ Saether, Mrs. Frances (F) . . Saudcr, David (3)............. Saudcr, Fred (10)........... Saudcr, Jean (3)............. Saudcr, Mike (8).............. Schcllengcr, Jane (11) . . . . Schellenger, Mary Jo (10) . . Schcllengcr, Mike (8) . . . . Schild, David (7)............ Schild, Debra (9)........... Schlafli, August (7)......... Schlafli, Jimmy (2)........... Schlafli, Laurel (11)....... Schlafli, Nathan (3).......... Schliem, Dennis (1)........... ..............30,34,55 .....................55 ....................57 ..................61 .....................64 16,19,21,22,32,37,52,53 ....... 10,20,22,41,54 ....................60 .......... 20,22,41,53 ..................61 ..................61 ....................64 ....................64 ................... 64 .................57,58 ..................61 ...................7,8 ...................61 ........16,17,19,26,50 ....................64 ...........16,18,21,55 ...................61 ...........16,17,19,50 ...........19,20,41,53 ................ 19,53 . 17., 21,23,34,39,41,52 ............. 22,57,58 ....................64 ....................63 ..................62 ..................61 ....................57 .................21,54 ....................57 ..................61 ...................64 ....................47 ..............19,42,52 ....................64 ....................63 ...................60 ..................7,27 ................ 57,58 ............... 56,58 ....................63 ............. 22,57,58 ..................61 ....................62 ..................64 ............34,41,54 . .16,18,19,20,23,50 . . . . 19,21,23,34,54 18.20.22.34.39.42.51 .................62 .................62 ................19,53 .................62 ...................56 ...............21,50 . . .16,19,21,22,37,53 ......... 22,35,56,58 ................56,58 ......... 21,22,32,54 ........... 56,58,60 ...................63 19.21.23.30.32.37.51 ................62 .................64 79Schlicm, Pamela (3) . . . Schmid, Christian (4) . . . Schmid, Gary (K)........ Schmid, John (11)........ Schmid, Karen (4)........ Schmid, Lcland (7) . . . . Schmid, Mark (3)........ Schmid, Ralph (9)........ Schmid, Robert (12) . . . Schmid, Roy (2).......... Schmid, Stanley (6) . . . . Schmidt, Art (11)........ Schmidt, Claire (K) . . . . Schmidt, Victor (1) . . . . Schober, Mr. Dan (F) . . . Schoenick, Mr. Don (F) . Schultz, Danny (6)....... Schultz, Eugene (11) . . . Severson, Diana (12) . . . Severson, Janet (4) . . . . Severson, Randy (K) . . . Severson, Sever (6) . . . . Severson, Tanna (3) . . . . Sicgcnthalcr, Donnie (8) . Siegenthaler, Linda (11) . Skattum, Beth (11) . . . . Skattum, Dick (11) . . . . Skattum, Mrs. Helen (C) . Skattum, Jimmy (6) . . . Skattum, Nathan (K) . . . Skattum, Ruth (10) . . . . Skinrood, Mr. Andrew (F) Smith, Janet (4)......... Smith, Joan (K)......... Smith, Linda (3)........ Smith, Wayne (9)........ Soper, John (8).......... Soper, Mary Jeanne (11) Sta inbrook, David (1) . . , Stainbrook, Dennis (2) . . Sta inbrook, Edward (3) . Stainbrook, May (3) . . . Stamm, Gary (6).......... Stamm, Grace (12) . . . . Stamm, Greg (3).......... Starr, LaVon (5)........ Stauffacher, Richard (7) . Stauffachcr, Sherry (7) . . Stein, Anita (6)........ Stein, Christine (3) . . . . Steiner, Jada (1)........ Steiner, Jeff (1)....... Steiner, Ricky (2)....... Strothman, Allen (8) . . . Swingen, Julie (2)....... Symons, Craig (3)........ Thompson, David (7) . . . Thompson, Jimmie (9) . . Thompson, Jon (3) . . . . Thompson, Kristi (K) . . . Thompson, Leroy (11) . . Thompson, Nicki (12) . . Thompson, Sara Jo (11) . Thompson, Vicki (7) . . . Tollakson, Alan (5) . . . . Tollakson, Bruce (7) . . . Tollakson, Mark (9) . . . . Tollakson, Neale (11) . . 62 . 61 64 . 50 . 61 . 56 .62 . 54 ..........................63 ..........................60 .................... 10,39,50 ...........................64 ..........................64 ...... 6,7,18,34,39,40,42,55 ............. 5,6,10,17,20,45 ..........................60 ...........................50 .................... 18,19,46 ..........................61 ...........................64 ..........................60 ..........................62 .......................56,58 ........13,16,17,21,26,27,51 ................. 20,21,23,51 ........... 18,34,36,39,42,50 ..........................8 .........................5,60 ...........................64 ...............13,16,21,23,53 ..................... 6,14,55 .........................61 ...........................64 .........................62 .....................19,41,55 ................. 22,35,56,58 ................. 20,23,26,50 ...........................64 .......................... 63 ..........................62 ........................ 62 ..........................60 .................... 16,19,48 ..........................62 ..........................61 ..........................56 ..........................56 ..........................60 ..........................62 ...........................64 ...........................64 ..........................63 ...........................56 ...........................63 ..........................62 .......................56,58 ........... 21,23,32,35,54,55 ..........................62 ..........................64 .............. 18,20,22,34,50 17,18,20,23,24,29,32,37,44,47 ................. 20,23,26,51 .................... 22,56,58 .......................60,61 ....................... 57,58 ................... 21,23,54 ................. 23,39,42,51 Upward, Greg (5).......... Upward, Mark (3).......... Venable, Janice (9)....... Venable, Patty (5)........ Vingcr, David (9)......... Vingcr, Debra (1)......... Vinger, Denise (1)........ Vlasak, Gary (4).......... Vlasak, Laurie (2)........ Vlasak, Rhonda (7)........... Voegeli, Daryl (5)........ Waage, Orville (J)........ Wahl, Larry (2)........... Watkins, Billy (K)........ Watkins, Diane (6)........ W'atkins, Mr. Kermit (BE) . Wcibcl, Carl (4).......... Weibel, Francis (7)....... Weibel, Peter (2)......... Weibel, Stephen (6)....... Weiler, Dick (10)......... Weiler, Linda (12)........ Wenger, Allen (9)......... Wenger, Annette (K) . . . . Wenger, Mrs. Edna (F) . . . Wenger, James (7)......... Wenger, Jay (11).......... Wenger, Jim (5)........... Wenger, Karen (6)......... Wenger, Kirk (2).......... Wenger, Paul (1).......... Wenger, Paula (5)......... Whitmar, William (1) . . . . Widmer, David (11)........ Widmer, Jody (1)............. Widmer, LuAnn (7)......... Widmer, Lynn (2)............. Widmer, Mary (5).......... Widmer, Nancy (7)............ Widmer, Sandra (9)........ Wilhelmson, Jeff (1) . . . . Wilhelmson, LuAnn (3) . . . Wilhelmson, Teena (5) . . . Wilhelmson, Timmy (2) . . Williams, Janet (12)...... Williams, Jeff (9)........ Williams, John (9)........ Wire, Betty Lou (1).......... Wire, John (K)............ Wirtz, Jeannic (4)........ Wirtz, Jill (K)........... Wirtz, Julie (2).......... Wirtz, Todd (1)........... Wondrash, Mrs. Marlene (F) Wondrash, Mr. Robert (F) . . Wyss, Jackie (11)......... Wyttcnbach, Brian (2) . . . . Wyttcnbach, Diane (6) . . . Wyttenbach, JoAnn (11) . . Wyttcnbach, Judy (11) . . . Wyttenbach, Julie (2) . . . . Wyttenbach, Linda (4) . . . . Wyttcnbach, Mark (K) . . . . Zoller, Debbie (7)........ Zoller, Donna (1)......... Zoller, Fritz (4)......... ......................60,61 ......................62 ............. 21,23,37,54 .....................60 .............. 21,23,35,55 ........................64 .......................64 ......................61 ........................63 .....................22,57 .....................60 ........................8 .......................63 .......................64 ........................60 .........................5 .......................61 .....................57,58 ........................63 ......................60 ...............19,21,34,53 ........ 19,20,21,22,46,47 ...........21,22,34,41,55 .................... 29,64 ......................62 ........................57 ........ 20,21,22,32,42,51 .....................60 ......................60 ........................63 ........................64 .....................60,61 . ......................64 ................. 19,35,50 ........................64 ........................57 ........................63 .....................60 ........................57 ..............19,21,22,55 ........................64 ......................62 .....................60 .....................62 16,18,20,21,23,28,37,45,47 ...........20,23,34,41,55 ........... 21,23,35,41,54 ........................64 .......................64 ....................., 61 ........................64 ........................63 ........................64 ................. 7,18,51 ......................7,58 ............13,17,19,21,51 ........................63 ........................60 .........16,19,20,21,23,51 ............16,19,20,22,51 ........................63 ........................61 ....................... 64 ........................57 ........................64 .....................61 80World News—1965 1 Humanitarian Dus—Dr. Albert Schweitzer died in September at Lambarene, his primitive hospital at the African jungle outpost of Gabon. The famed physician, who reached his 90th birthday in January, worked most of his life to relieve the suffering of jungle natives. 2 Queen Speaks—Queen Elizabeth II dedicated the John F. Kennedy memorial at Runnymede, England on May 14. Mrs. Kennedy is seated to the left and Prince Philip to the right of the queen. Carolyn Kennedy is seated between the queen and her mother, and Sen. Robert Kennedy stands behind Mrs. Kennedy. 3 Miss Universe—The reigning queen of beauty in the universe during the year was a representative from Thailand. 4 Bosch Returns—Former Dominican Republic President Juan Bosch was vehement in his address at a rally September 25, shortly after his return to Santo Domingo. 5 Wins in Run-Off— Charles deGaulie polled 55.2 per cent of the vote in a run-off election against Francois Mitterrandon December 19. The vote gave DeGaulie the French presidency for another 7 years, but the strength of the Socialist-Communistic candidate corroded the popularity of the 71-year-old president.. 6 Agrees to Cease-Fire—Pakistani Foreign Minister Zulfikar Bhutto (right) agreed in the U.N. Security Council on September 22 to accept the Council's cease-fire order in the undeclared war between Pakistan and India. Pakistan's announcement came after India had agreed to the order. 7 Abortive Coup Fails—Indonesian President Sukarno was toppled from power for a brief 20 hours last fall. He gestured at a cabinetmeeting on October 6 during his first public appearance after the coup, which seriously shook his one-man rule. 8 Soviet Winner—Russian author Mikhail Sholokhov was vacationing in the Ural region on October 18 when he heard he had been awarded the 1965 Nobel Prize for Literature. The December award ceremony was held in Stockholm. 9 Return to Desolation—Hundreds of families returned to the wreckage of their homes, destroyed by eruption of Taal volcano, south of Manila, on September 28. Volcanic ash covered a six-mile-square area. The death toll was estimated at 500. 10 Price of War—The number of casualties increased as the U.S. stepped up its military action in Vietnam. American advisors took part in many helicopter missions, carrying wounded soldiers, both Vietnamese and American, to copters on makeshift litters for evacuation to Saigon. 1 1 Reason to Celebrate—Chancellor Ludwig Erhard of West Germany waved to a cheering crowd in Bonn after his Christian Democrats surged to victory in the September 19 parliamentary elections. Mayor Willy Brandt's Social Democrats suffered defeat in the voting. 1 2 Colonial Rule Shaken—Rhodesian Premier Ian Smith broadcast a proclamation of sovereign independence for Rhodesia on November 11. The split from Britain was made in an attempt to insure a white minority rule of the African colony. It was the first such move against Britain since the American colonies broke away in 1776. Britain retaliated swiftly and took the problem to the U.N. Security Council, which asked all nations to enforce an oil embargo against the African colony.


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