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

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TABLE OF CONTENTS School Life 3 FOREWORD Activities ............................................. 13 Here we are, the people of the Argyle Public Schools in the Sports 21 1970-1971 school year. This is the way we look now; these are the things we do. We are in the mainstream of community life. Organizations 33 we are part of its past, its present and perhaps part of its future. Things change and always will. Please accept this portrayal of Faculty — Administration 47 the school year as a statement of the way things are now. Seniors 55 Underclassmen 65 Elementary 77 A UGUSTSCHLAFLI Born November 20, 1952 Died November 21, 1970 On November 21. 1971 the members of the Argyle community were shocked by the news of August’s death resulting from an automobile accident a few days earlier. We will always remember “Butch’s” ability to make others happy and his positive outlook on life. We were proud to have him as a classmate and we hereby dedicate this annual to his memory. 2SCHOOL LIFE 45SCHOOL LIFE is retrieving phy. ed. clothes. Christmas art windows, girls dissecting worms, reading the want ads. getting help from Mr. Arnot. just gossiping. Norwegian hair, body agility, girls playing chess, a trombone pucker. 67SCHOOL LIFE is — transcribing shorthand, a bird's-eye view of a worm, biology Chinese checkers, looking for footnotes, practicing cheerleading happily embarking for home, doing no-o-o-o-thing in social problems class, tired feet, posing for the photographer. 8910I’M THE SAME OLD FLAG! Hello! Remember me? Some people coll me Old Glory, others call me the Stars and Stripes, I have also been referred to as The Star Spangled Banner. But, whatever they call me, I am your Flag, or, as I proudly state ... the Flag of the United States of America. There is something that has been bothering me, so I thought I might talk it over with you . . . because it’s about you and me. I remember some time ago, I think it was Memorial Day, people were lined up on both sides of the street to watch the parade. The town’s high school band was behind me, and naturally, I was leading the parade. When your daddy saw me coming along, waving in the breeze, he immediately removed his hat and placed it against his left shoulder so that his right hand was directly over his heart. Remember? And you. Yes, I remember you. Standing there straight as a soldier. You didn’t have a hat, but you were giving the correct salute. They taught you in school to place your right hand over your head Remember little sister? Not to be outdone, she was saluting the same as you. Oh, I was very proud as I came down your street. There were some soldiers home on leave and they were standing at attention giving the military salute. Also, some V.F.W. veterans with their caps at jaunty angles were saluting smartly. Ladies as well as the men, paid me the reverence I deserve. What has happened? I’m still the same old Flag. Oh, I’ve had a couple more stars added since you were a boy. A lot more blood has been shed since that Memorial Day parade long ago. Dad is gone now. The home town has a new look. The last time I came down your street, I saw that some of the old landmarks were gone, but in their place, shining majestically in the sun, were a number of new buildings and homes. Yessir, the old home town sure has changed. But now ... I don’t feel as proud as I used to. When I come down your street, you just stand there with your hands in your pockets and give me a small glance then look or turn away. When I think of all the places I’ve been . . . Anzio, Guadalcanal, Battle of the Bulge, Korea, and now, Vietnam; I wondered what’s happened? I’m the same old Flag. But now I see children running around and shouting as I pass by. They don't seem to know who I am. I saw an old man take his hat off, and then look around. He didn’t see anybody else with theirs off, so he quickly put his back on. Take a look at the Memorial Honor Rolls sometime. Look at the names of those who never came back and are resting 'neath white crosses on a far away shore. Some of them were friends or relatives of yours . . . maybe even went to school with you. That’s who you’re saluting . . . when you revere me. Well, it won’t be long until I come down your street again. So when you see me, stand straight, place your hand over your heart, and you’ll see me waving back. My salute to you. I’ll show you that I too, remember! WISCONSIN ARMY NATIONAL GUARD Second And Third Light Truck Platoon 1158th Transportation Company 901 Eighteenth Avenue Monroe, WisconsinCompliments of R. E. HUNTER, M. D. Physician and Surgeon Argyle, Wisconsin BENNETT'S DEEP ROCK STATION VINGER IMPLEMENT Colony Paints IHC Parts Farm Machinery A1 and Vada Schild’s RIVERSIDETAP Dial 543-6464 Argyle, Wisconsin Gomfe{!e4 The Friendly Store ROBERT WENGER Antenna TV Repair Phone 543-5151 L. A. ROSSING COMPANY Serving the community for over 100 years Argyle, WisconsinJUNIOR PROM The 1970 Junior Prom had as its theme “Romeo and Juliet” and was held in a setting reminiscent of the time of the Montagues and Capulets. Joe Rossing and Gretchen Nelson (above) were chosen King and Queen. Prom week was hectic as usual for the class and advisors and their efforts were rewarded with a well-attended and financially rewarding event. Minaturc king and queen were Arthur Thompson and Caroline Rossing. 14PROM ATTENDANTS. TOP LEFT: Jackie Lawton, August Schlafli. TOP RIGHT: Vickie Thompson, Ricky Phillipson. BOTTOM LEFT: Ronita Pattinson, Bruce Tollak-son. BOTTOM RIGHT: Georgia Hunter, Richard Boyer. 15HOMECOMING 1970 Queen Rhonda Vlasak and King Harlan Emberson reigned over the many events of Homecoming 1970. One of the finest parades in years brought many entries from not only the school but also the community. Attendants from the four classes (as shown at the bottom of the following page) were sophomores Ron Fuchs and Gayle Nysted, juniors Roger Godfrey and Carla Nysted, freshmen John Crotty and Laura Ross-ing, seniors Kim Bahe and Janice Barry. 16ARGYLE BEAUTY SALON Owner — Mary Flanagan Telephone 543-6471 Argyle, Wisconsin JOHN’S GROCERY Meat Produce and Variety Store Argyle, Wisconsin •Look For It First At The ARGYLE RESALE SHOP Compliments of DR. PAULL. THOMPSON Argyle, Wisconsin BERGET’S JEWELRY Argyle, Wisconsin Art Carved Diamonds Bulova— Hamilton and Wyler Watches Guaranteed Watch Repairing Hoot Penniston, ProprietorARCO STEINER’S ARCO SERVICE Charles Steiner Argyle, Wisconsin Telephone 543-5525 Tune-Ups Tire Repair Larry firestone PHILLIPSON GARAGE Telephone 543-5271 Paul DARLINGTON MILLING CO. Seeds Fertilizer — Feeds KEN’S D-X SERVICE Kenneth B. Johnson Ward Batteries Ward Tires Darlington, Wis. Phone 776-4063 Grinding ARGYLE LUMBER CO. FURNITURE AND APPLIANCE CITY PHILLIPS ANDSMITH Lumber Cement — Roofing Featuring Nationally Known Brands Top Quality at Low Prices 909 Thirtieth Street Monroe, Wisconsin Dial 543-6464 Argyle, Wisconsin Mixing FOOTBALL STATE LINE LEAGUE TEAM STANDINGS CONFERENCE SEASON TEAM W L T Black Hawk 4 0 2 Belleville 3 I 2 Blanchardville 4 2 0 New Glarus 2 1 3 Brodhead 2 2 2 ARGYLE 1 5 0 Juda 0 5 1 Pet. W L T Pet. 1.000 5 2 2 .714 .750 5 2 2 .714 .667 5 3 0 .625 .667 3 2 3 .600 .500 2 4 2 .333 .167 2 5 0 .286 .000 I 6 1 .143 SCORES OF GAMES Black Hawk 42. Argylc6; Argyle20, Hollandale6: Brodhead 14. Argylc 12; NewGlarus42, ArgylcO; Blan-chardvillc 20, ArgylcO; Belleville 18, Argyle8; Argyle 20, Juda6. MEMBERS OF THE TEAM. TOP. FRONT: Darrell Carpenter. David Thompson. Harlan Emberson, Joe Rossing, Tom Ritschard. Gary Stamm, Craig Grucnberg, Danny Ball, Ed Anderson. Rene Hendrickson. SECOND ROW: Frank Weibel, Tom Rear. Stanley Campbell. Kim Bahe. Timmy Hendrickson. Jeff Isely, Roger Godfrey. Steve Weibel. Gary Vlasak, Sever Severson. THIRD ROW: David Hyland. Robin Berg. Alan Johnson, Steve Hyland, Carl W'eibel, Jon Erickson. Jim W enger. Leon Burreson, Steve Brandt. Eric Anderson. BACK: manager Dan McGinnity, coach Waage, coach Yde. coach Dravland, manager Kim Gruenberg. SEASON TOTAL POINTS SCORED: Tom Ritschard 24, Joe Rossing 18, Rich Boyer 8, John Nelson 6, David Thompson 6, Ed Anderson 2, Eric Anderson 2, Argyle 66. Opponents 148. 23FRONT: Managers Keith Kleier, Steve Chenous. BACK: Ed Anderson, Roger Godfrey, Tom Aebly, Craig Gruenberg, Coach Waage, Jon Erickson, Eric Anderson, James Skattum. Tom Ritschard. Richard Boyer. VARSITY BASKETBALL SCORES OF GAMES ARGYLE OPPONENT 41 Brodhead 52 62 Juda 76 59 Monticello 79 93 Hollandale 21 45 Black Hawk 72 48 Albany 57 60 New Glarus 69 54 Belleville 71 48 Blanchardville 68 48 Brodhead 54 65 Juda 88 57 Monticello 55 83 Hollandale 60 46 Black Hawk 74 49 Albany 55 55 New Glarus 87 63 Belleville 65 67 Blanchardville 90 CONFERENCE STANDINGS New Glarus 13 3 Blanchardville 13 3 Black Hawk 13 3 Juda 10 6 Brod head 9 7 Belleville 8 8 Monticello 3 13 Albany 2 14 ARGYLE 1 15 Coach Ron Waage. a former Argyle basketball player himself, really stepped into a most difficult situation in his first year as coach of the Orioles. There was only one player from last year's team returning and that was senior Rich Boyer. The remainder of the team was made up of three juniors and five sophomores. The fans were tremendous, they knew the situation very well and followed the team faithfully; they only expected improvement and that they got. The boys worked hard knowing all the results of their efforts would not be evident this year. One conference game was won, a thrilling two-point victory over Monticello, 57-55, and the two non-conference games against Hollandale were also won, the first by a record 72 points, 93-21 and the other 83-60. The team played especially well in losing to New Glarus 60-69 and in losing to Belleville on a shot made with six seconds to go 63-65. Among the nine conference teams the Orioles finished the regular season eighth on offense and sixth on defense. Although defense was somewhat better than offense, some fine individual game efforts were evident. Roger Godfrey and Eric Anderson each scored 27 points for their highs. Rich Boyer and Craig Gruenberg scored 18, Tom Aebly scored 16 and Tom Ritschard and Jon Erickson had highs of 12 apiece. Roger Godfrey lead the team in scoring with 220 points. He and Eric Anderson were the only two players shooting 40% ormore from the field. Tom Aebly shot the best from the free throw line with a 64% average. Godfrey had the most rebounds (128) with Aebly a close second (122). Leading in assists were the guards Eric Anderson and Rich Boyer. As a team the Orioles shot 35% to the opponents' 40% in field goals. From the free throw line Argyle shot 53% to the opposition's 59%. The season did not produce many victories, but surprisingly it did not seem long with the hope of much improvement next year.Steve Hyland. John Pittz, Leon Burreson. Tim Hendrickson, James Skattum, Gary Vlasak, Coach Hyland. Randy Hanson. Jim Wenger. Joe Mick. Greg Flannery. Carl W'eibel, Kevin Baumann. JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL SCORES OF GAMES ARGYLL OPPONENT 30 Brodhead 54 37 Juda 47 26 Monticello 41 36 Hollandale 29 30 Black Hawk 48 30 Albany 51 29 New Glarus 55 30 Belleville 47 48 Blanchardville 22 26 Brodhead 45 24 Juda 55 21 Monticello 40 47 Hollandale 32 34 Black Hawk 74 30 Albany 38 26 New Glarus 41 43 Belleville 48 41 Blanchardville 28 CON FERENC E STA N DINGS New Glarus 13 3 Juda 12 4 Black Hawk 11 5 B rod head 11 5 Monticello 10 6 Belleville 7 9 Albany 6 10 ARGYLE 2 14 Blanchardville 0 16 The junior varsity team coached by Terry Hyland in his first year as its coach won two conference games against Blanchardville and two non-conference games against Hollandale and finished with a record of four wins and fourteen defeats. Since the varsity team needed many sophomores who would normally have played with the J. V. team the boys who played were woefully lacking in experience. In their last six games they were only out of one game and possibly could have won the remaining five had some of the players not been limited in quarters played by being called up to the varsity squad. Jim Skattum learned to dirve to the basket with success, Gary Vlasak began to time his rebounds well by the season's end, Jim Wenger shot free throws well. Leon Burreson finally lound his shooting eye. Carl Weibel developed from a helter-skelter player to a team performer, Randy Hanson had some fantastic shots from “his spot” on the floor, Steve Hyland though short was not intimidated by larger opponents and Tim Hendrickson was steadily improving before transferring to Blanchardville. (Coach Hyland and team members actually applauded Tim's basket scored against us in the final game so great had the team spirit been developed.) Jim Skattum scored 166 points in leading the team in that category and had the most assists. Gary Vlasak had the most rebounds (134), most fouls (48) and most tied up opponents (33). Jim Wenger was a standout on defense and had the most recoveries (35) and led with a .565 free throw percentage. Leon Burreson had the second best free throw percentage (.542) and had the least number of fouls for a regular (17). The J. V. Orioles were outclassed by their opponents in many categories on the floor but their spirit was high and they had a fine following of faithful fans who appreciated their improvement. 26I LETTERMEN'S CLUB LETTERMEN'S CLUB. FRONT: Kim Bahe. David Thompson, Frank Weibel. Stanley Campbell, Tom Aebly. BACK: Tom Ritschard, Eric Ander- son, Richard Boyer, James Wenger. Joe Rossing, Harlan Emberson.CHEER LEA DERS ABOVE. CHEERLEADING CLUB. FRONT: Erin McDonald. LuAnn Wilhelmson. DcAnn Nysted, Christine Nelson, Cherrie Lofgren. MIDDLE: Shelly Erickson. Maureen McGinnity. Tenna Wilhemson, Gayle Nysted. Valeric Hunter. BACK: Gretchcn Nelson. Marsha Paulson, Debra Hartwig, Karen Wenger. Janie Barry. MIDDLE, VARSITY CHEERLEADERS: Debra Hartwig. Gretchcn Nelson, Janice Barry, Karen Wenger. Marsha Paulson. BOTTOM. JUNIOR VARSITY CHEERLEADERS: Valerie Hunter, Tcena Wilhelmson. Gayle Nysted, Shelley Erickson, Maureen McGinnity.TRACK BOTTOM. FRONT: Raymond Schneider. Steve Stauffacher, Carl Weibel, Kevin Baumann. MIDDLE: Carl Jack-son. James Wenger. Stan Campbell, Jon Erickson. Tom Ritschard. BACK: David Thompson, Joe Rossing. John Nelson. Frank Weibel.BASEBALL Announced candidates for the 1971 Argylc Oriole baseball team are pictured in the center picture. FRONT: Leon Burreson, Ed Anderson, Craig Gruenberg, Danny Ball. MIDDLE: Kim Bahe, Jim Wenger. Tom Ritschard, Gary Vlasak. BACK: Tom Aebly, Jeff Iscly, Eric Anderson, John Nelson. 30Quality Footwear for the Whole Family STEINER INSURANCE AGENCY Phone Office 543-4741 Home 543-6351 SWIGGUM BEVERAGE MART Beverages for All Occasions Highway 69 North Monroe, Wisconsin STATE BANK OF ARGYLE A Brighter Future with Planned Bank Savings Your Hometown Bank Member of the F.D.l.C.MONROE BAKERY John A. Ammon and Kenneth Stuessy Telephone 325-2500 1007 Sixteenth Avenue Monroe, Wisconsin ARGYLE M EAT PROCESSING CO-OP Argyle, Wisconsin ARGYLE INDUSTRIES In the Industrial Park Argyle, Wisconsin STUART CHEESE FACTORY John Dahmen Route 1, Argyle, Wisconsin s BAUMGARTNER CHEESESTORE. INC. ERICKSON’S PLUMBING AND HEATING Sheet Metal Work and Plumbing Telephone 325-3252 Monroe, Wisconsin Retail Cheese and Cheese Sandwiches Order Cheese by Mail Monroe, Wisconsin 53566 BRUNI-MILLER COMPANY STUDER SUPER SERVICE Farm Machinery New and Used Sales and Service Massey-Ferguson, New Holland, Owatonna, Bear Cat, Brillion, Hanson. Kasten, Krause Monroe. Wisconsin Building Supply Store General Contracting Telephone 325-2117 Monroe, Wisconsin 53566liT'A' SENIOR BAND The 1970-1971 Argyle high school senior band is directed by Don Schoenick shown at the left conducting the homecoming football game in the rain. Members of the concert band are pictured above. FRONT: Karen Wenger. Gretchen Nelson, Louise Nelson. GcriMcGinnity, Greg Upward, Maureen McGinnity, Margit Moen, Marsha Paulson, Christy Coffey. SECOND ROW: Kern Anderson, Diane DcNure, Susan Anderson. Barbara Fisher, Laurel Bruchlman, Gail Fisher, Jana Erickson, Paula Wenger. Denise Nelson, Sherry Krahcnbuhl. Erin McDonald, Michelle Holmes. Laura Rossing. RoxAnne Paulson. THIRD ROW: Connie Flint. Janet Smith. Pamela Schliem. Lynn Widmer. Laurel Vlasak. Julie Swingen. Heidi Ross-ing, Linda Fransen, Debbie Montgomery, Carl Weibel. Jane Fransen, Sever Severson. Susan Johnson, Richard Gordee, Christine Nipple. Jeannie Wirtz, Georgia Hunter, Janice Barry, Linda Wyttenbach, Gail McDonald. FOURTH ROW : Rick Phillipson, James Skattum, Janet Severson, Teena Wilhelmson, Rhonda Vlasak, Debbie Hartwig, Diane Watkins. Karen Hildenbrand, Valerie Hunter. Jeanne Bredeson, Cheryl Lofgren, Kevin Baumann, Dan McGinnity, Mary Jane Schild, Brian Wyttenbach, Larry Wahl, Peter Weibel, Sharon Emberson. Joe Rossing, Harlan Fmberson. Lyle Hendrickson, Brian Nelson. Brent Erickson. Steve Rossing, Christine Nelson. Laurie Peterson, James Wenger, Susan Chcnous. BACK: Julie Wirtz. Kevan Hartwig, Kirk Wenger, Nathan Schlafli, Danny Bredeson. Shelley Meyer. Vickie Thompson, Stacy Campbell. LuAnn Wilhelmson, Dorothy Flanagan. Additional members to the front of the band during the marching season are shown on the previous page. TOP LEFT. Majorette. Kim Penniston. Pom-pom girls, DeAnn Nysted. Melody Berg, Beverly Erickson. Christine Stein. Sharon Fischer. Twirlers, Joyce Pink. Lou Ann Widmer, Gayle Nysted. Color guard, David Thompson, Joe Pink. Leon Burreson, Ed Anderson, Tom Rear. 35A CAPPELLA CHOIR TOP LEFT: Accompanists Karen Wenger, Greg Upward. ABOVE, FRONT: Sharon Fischer. Jeannie Wirtz, Linda Wyttenbach. Kevin Baumann. Diane Watkins. Janet Smith, Linda Fransen, Janice Barry, Mary Widmer, Teena Wilhelmson, Michelle Holmes. Gail McDonald, Cindy Nybroten, RoxAnne Paulson. Steve Hyland. SECOND ROW: Karen Makos. Valerie Hunter. Laurie Peterson. Laura Rossing, Kim Penniston. Diane DcNurc, Susan Anderson. Sharon Emberson, Connie Flint, Marsha Paulson, Joyce Pink, Jeanne Bredeson. Paula Wenger, Janet Severson, Shelley Erickson. THIRD ROW: Tom Ritschard, Christy Coffey, Vicki Thompson, Christine Nipple. Beverly Erickson, Sever Severson, Joe Pink, Susan Anderson, Kcm Anderson, Debbie Montgomery, Leon Burreson, Karen Wenger. Georgia Hunter, Louise Nelson. Debra Hartwig, Gretchen Nelson. FOURTH ROW: Carl Weibel, Jeff Penniston, Harlan Emberson, James Skattum, Craig Gruenberg. Marianne Davis. David Thompson, Greg Upward. Richard Gordcc. Joe Rossing, Gary Vlasak. Paul Meier, Dorothy Flanagan, Kim Bahe. Rhonda Vlasak. BACK: Susan Chenous. Richard Boyer, Maureen McGinnity, Gail Fisher. Margit Moen, Ricky Phillipson. James W'enger. Geri McGinnity. Stacy Campbell, Wini Meier. Karen Hildenbrand. Tom Rear. Ed Anderson. Jim Wenger. BOTTOM LEFT, MADRIGAL, FRONT: Janice Barry, Shelley Erickson, Paula W'enger. Valerie Hunter, RoxAnne Paulson. SECOND ROW: Ricky Phillipson, James Wenger, Richard Boyer, Tom Ritschard. THIRD ROW: Christy Coffey, Louise Nelson. Dorothy Flanagan, Vicki Thompson, Georgia Hunter. BACK: Greg Upward. Kim Bahe. James Skattum. David Thompson. 37STUDENT COUNCIL STUDENT COUNCIL. TOP LEFT. FRONT: Steve Wcibel. Richard Gordee. Karl Jackson. Rhonda Vlasak, Bruce Tollakson. BACK: Laura Rossing. Joanne Grecnhill. Maureen McGinnity, Margo Hendrickson. Paul Meier. James Wenger, Janice Barry, Christine Nipple. Stacy Campbell. Gretchen Nelson. Winnifrcd Meier. FORENSICS FORENSICS, TOP RIGHT: Geri McGinnity. Rita Daly. Ruth Daly. Susan Chenous. DR A MA TICS DRAMATICS. FRONT: Karen Wenger, Rhonda Vlasak, Geri McGinnity, Susan Chenous, Louise Nelson, Carla Nysted. BACK: Anita Stein. Stacy Campbell, Frank Weibel, Arvid Nybroten. Steve Chenous, Steve Weibel, Leon Burreson. Mike Sauder. ONE-ACT PLAY ONE-ACT PLAY, FRONT: Sarah Kleiser. Carla Nysted. Winifred Meier. MIDDLE: Steve Chenous, Diane Wyttenbach, Diane Watkins. Arvid Nybroten. BACK: Bruce Tollakson, Ricky Phillipson. Steve Weibel.TREASURED ECHOES TREASURED ECHOES ANNUAL STAFF. THIS PAGE TOP: James Wenger, Marsha Paulson. Tom Rear, Christine Nipple, David Thompson, Gretchen Nelson, James Skattum, Ed Anderson. MIDDLE: Harlan Emberson, Leon Burreson, Christy Coffey. Richard Boyer, Louise Nelson. Ricky Phillipson, Debra Hartwig. BOTTOM: Mr. Schoenick, advisor; David Thompson, business manager; James Wenger, editor; James Skattum, assistant editor. ARGYLE SEN TIN EL ARGYLE SENTINEL NEWSPAPER STAFF. OPPOSITE PAGE TOP FRONT: Laura Rossing. Linda Wyttenbach. Janet Severson. Heidi Rossing. Gwendolyn Kleiser, Dan McGinnity. SECOND ROW: Kim Penniston, Rita Daly, Christine Stein, Mary Dunlavy, Carla Nystcd, Janice Barry. THIRD ROW: Maureen McGinnity, Louise Nelson. Christy Coffey, Karen Fischer, Christine Nipple, Joyce Pink. FOURTH ROW: LuAnn Widmer, Susan Chenous. Kern Anderson. Karen Makos, Marsha Paulson, Debra Hartwig, Karen Wenger. TOP: Gretchen Nelson. Wini Meier. Ruth Daly. Gail Fisher. Anita Stein, Sheri Stauffacher. BOTTOM LEFT: Wini Meier, production editor; Mr. Findlay, advisor; Gretchen Nelson, circulation editor; Janice Barry, literary editor. BOTTOM RIGHT: Christine Nipple.FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA TOP. FRONT: K. Babe. H. Emberson, J. Nelson. J. Weaver, D. Schild, Mr. Danzinger. MIDDLE: G. Bond. D. Carpenter, R. Godfrey, J. Skattum. S. Chenous, M. Sauder. L. Schmid. BACK: S. Kleiser, S. Severson, J. Isely, T. Aebly, D. Ga-bioud. S. Campbell, S. Schmid. LEFT. FRONT: R. Flanery, R. Gordee. A. Johnson. SECOND ROW: J. Pink. T. Rit-schard. R. Fuchs. THIRD ROW: J. Crotty, S. Stauffacher, D. Ball. FOURTH ROW: R. Berg, R. Hendrickson, R. Schneider. FIFTH ROW: D. Hyland, S. Mau, J. Pittz, C. Schmid. BACK: M. Nolle, G. Flannery, T. Hendrickson, J. Mick. FFA OFFICERS: Mr. Danzinger, chapter advisor; secretary Kim Bahe, sentinel Lcland Schmid, reporter Jeff Waver, vice-president Roger Godfrey, treasurer Mike Sauder, president Harlan Emberson. 42FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA TOP. FRONT: M. Holmes, L. Fransen, S. Fischer, M. Moen. D. Montgomery, J. Pink, D. DeNure, L. Wyttenbach, S. Emberson. BACK: G. Nysted, K. Mick, M. Widmcr, D. Weaver, P. Wenger, B. Erickson. G. Fisher. RIGHT. FRONT. C. Tyler, M. Dun-lavy, A. Stein. SECOND ROW: C. Benson, C. Nysted, D. Wyttenbach, Miss Olson. THIRD ROW: P. Holmes, L. Widmer. C. Nipple, J. Greenhill. BACK: K. Makos, C. Flint, G. Erickson, K. Dunlavy, E. Nall. FHA OFFICERS: president Lou Ann Widmer, chapter advisor Miss Olson, vice-president Patty Holmes, secretary Carla Nysted, treasurer Christine Nipple, reporter-historian Anita Stein. 43Head Librarian Mrs. Ross and her adult aides are assisted by students who are members of the Library Club. Junior high student librarians are above FRONT: LeAnn Craft, Jessica Weaver, Laurel Bruehlman, Kathy Garrison, Paul Pink. BACK: Lyle Hendrickson, Jerry Pittz, Jami Meyer, Kathy Crotty, Carol Bertelrud. Loren Bruehlman. LIBRARY CLUB STUDENT LIBRARIANS Senior high librarians and officers of the Library Club arc: reporter Gail Fisher, treasurer Christine Stein, secretary Mary Dunlavy, vice-president Ruth Daly, president Anita Stein. 44ROCK OF AGES |lj and OTHER GRANITES In Loving Memory TOLLAKSON MEMORIALS Argyle, Wisconsin DARLINGTON CREAMERY “Pecatonica Valley” Butter and Cheese “Spread-Mate” Butterineand Margerine BLANCHARDVILLE COOPERATIVE OIL ASSOCIATION Carl Wenger, Agent Telephone 543-4641 Argyle, Wisconsin V:- : llll KING’S KLOTHES Illl l = ■ ! Name Brand Menswear l ■■in ■■« Main Street Blanchardville, Wis. S O T.V. Service and Music Center Records Sheet Music Guitars Amps Chord Organs 1 J 903-17th Ave. North of the Banks Monroe. Wis. THE BLADE-ATLAS 1 Your Local Newspaper ■ Printing and Office Supplies Telephone 523-4284 flMonroe, Wisconsin5 U PER I NT EN DEN T 48BOARD OF EDUCATION BOARD OF EDUCATION. FRONT: Kaspar Bcrgcl, Lavcrnc Daly. BACK: William Whitmar. Neelian Nelson. Richard Gordee. SECRETARIES LEFT: District office secretary Mrs. Jay Gierhart. RIGFIT: High school secretary Mrs. Marie McGinnity. 49TOP: Karen Hogan. Spanish; James Yde. boys' physical education, football, track; Gloria Christianson, mathematics; Gene Findlay, business education, newspaper. MIDDLE: George Risberg, junior high mathematics; Susan Davis, junior high and freshman English; David Danzinger, agriculture and junior high science; Dianne Degner. home economics. BOTTOM: Norma Arnot. art: David Bullock, driver education; Elisc Ross library Ron Waage, social studies, basketball, baseball. ’ 50TOP: Margaret Nelson, junior high reading; Daniel Dravland. junior high social studies and basketball; Herbert Hassel. English, forensics, dramatics; Rudolph Haske, special education. MIDDLE: Tom Dombrowski. junior high mathematics; Jean Christianson, girls physical education, cheerleading; Robert Arnot, science; Marvin Espenschcid. agriculture and junior high science. BOTTOM: William Hogan, guidance: Don Schocnick. band, choruses, annual; Kathleen Swartz, junior high and freshman English. 51LIBRARY AIDES, COOKS A ND CUSTODIANS TOP RIGHT: Jimmie Penniston. high school janitor. MIDDLE: Mrs. Mabel Dovrc: Mrs. Leo Peterson; Mrs. James Hyland; Mrs. Helen Skattum, head cook; Mrs. Lillian Johnson. BOTTOM: Mrs. Kaspar Berget. library aide: Mrs. Alfred Tollakson. library aide; Martin Bredeson. elementary school janitor. 52BRENNAN’S CERTIFIED SU PER MARKET We Buy Direct — You Buy for Less Monroe, Wisconsin OUR CONCERN GOES BEYOND THESUPPLYING OF ENERGY Power C Light GLENDENNING REDI-MIX, INC. CONCRETE PRODUCTS AND CONCRETE CONSTRUCTION DARLINGTON, WISCONSIN 53530 BOX 147 DIAL 776-3842 BADGER STATE MINERAL WATER CO. SLEEP'S DRUGSTORE Darlington, Wisconsin Badger Sparkling Beverages with a Refreshing Zip Darlington, Wisconsin EVERSON’S GROCERY Blanchardville Wisconsin Congratulations to CLASS OF’71 ARGYLE CHAMBER OF COMMERCEMCCOY CHEVROLET — BUICK — OLDS, INC. Darlington, Wisconsin Phone 776-4451 Jack McCoy 350-21st Street MONROE. WISCONSIN 53566 350—21st Street MONROE, WISCONSIN 53566 ZINKY REALTY COMPANY, INC. Telephone 445-0460 Real Estate and Developers 3803 West Fond Du Lac Avenue Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53216 George J. Zinky, President For Berg Quality Barn Equipment BOBER'S BADGER PAINT STORE See VERNUS LOFGREN General Contractor Telephone K1 3-4621 Argyle, Wisconsin Walter J. Bober, Proprietor Badgercraft Paints and Hardware 1623 — 10th St. Monroe, Wisconsin Telephone 325-4207 The Store with the Redwood FrontaugicKIM BAHE JANICE BARRY CHERYL BENSON RICHARD BOYER STEVECHENOUS MARIANNE DAVIS 56KATHY DUNLAVY HARLAN LMBLRSON PATTI HOLMES GEORGIA HUNTER KAREN FISCHER WINIFRED MEIERGR ETC HEN NELSON CHRISTINE NIPPLE BEVERLY NOLTY ARVIDNYBROTEN SANDRA OLSON RONITA PATTINSON 58RICKY PHILLIPSON MIKESAUDER JAMES REED JOEROSSING TOM REAR ANN PINKDAVIDSCHILD SHERRY STAUFFACHER DAVID THOMPSON VICKI THOMPSON BRUCETOLFAKSON CHERYL TYLER 60RHONDA VLASAK JEFF WEAVER FRANCIS WEIBEL SENIORS NOT PICTURED: JOHN NELSON LELANDSCHMID JAMES W ENGER LOU ANN WIDMER BOTTOM LEFT. SENIOR LETTER WINNERS, FRONT: Richard Boyer, Vicki Thompson. Georgia Hunter, Rhonda Vlasak, Kim Bahe. MIDDLE: Janice Barry. James Wenger. Gretchcn Nelson, Ricky Phillipson, Winifred Meier, Christine Nipple. BACK: David Thompson, Francis Weibel. Joe Rossing. Harlan Emberson, Marianne Davis. BOTTOM RIGHT, SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS: president Harlan Emberson, vice-president August Schlafli, treasurer Patti Holmes, secretary Christine Nipple.SENIOR DIRECTOR Y KIM BAHE — Football 2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,4; Baseball 2,3,4; Lettermen’s Club 3,4; Homecoming attendant 4; A Cappclla Choir 1,2,3,4; Madrigal 4; Future Farmers of America 2.3,4; Lavernc Lofgren Memorial Award 3; Letter winner 2,3,4. JANICE BARRY - Lettermen’s club 1,2,3; Club secretary-treasurer 3; Homecoming attendant 1.4; Band 1,2,3,4; Pep band 1; A Cappella Choir 1,2,3,4; Madrigal 2,3,4; Newspaper staff 1,2,3,4; Newspaper editor 4; Class president 2; Orchesis 2,3; DAR award 4; Cheerleader 1,2,3.4; Typing award 3; Letter winner 1,2,3,4; Honor roll 1,2,3,4; Student council 3,4; Council president 4. CHERYL BENSON A Cappella Choir 1,3; Annual staff 3; Newspaper staff 3; Future Homemakers of America 1,2,3,4; Orchesis 3; Library 1. RICHARD BOYER Football 2,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Lettermen’s club 3,4; A Cappclla Choir 1,2,3,4; Madrigal 4; Annual staff 4; Prom attendant 3; Letter winner 3,4. STEVE CHENOUS Football 2,3; Basketball manager 4; Homecoming attendant 2; Dramatics 4; FFA 2,4. MARIANNE DAVIS — A Cappella Choir 1,2,3,4; Annual staff 3,4; Newspaper staff 1,2,3,4; Forensics 4; Dramatics 2,3,4; Orchesis 2,3; Library 3; Letter winner 3,4; Honor certificate library 3; Silver medal dramatics 3. KATHY DUNLAVY A Cappclla Choir 1; Newspaper staff 2,3; Dramatics 3; FHA 1,2,3,4; Orchesis 1,2,3; Library 3. HARLAN EMBERSON Football 3.4; Leltermen’sclub 3,4; Homecoming King 4; Band 1,2,3,4; A Cappella Choir 1,2,3,4; Annual staff 3,4; Pep band 1,2,3,4; Class president 4; FFA 2,3,4; FFA president 4; Letter winner 1,2,3,4. KAREN FISHER A Cappella Choir 1,2,3; Newspaper staff 1,2,3,4; FHA 1,2; Twirler 1,2; Honor roll 1,2. PATTI HOLMES A Cappella Choir 1,2,3; Annual staff 3; Newspaper staff 1,2,3; Class treasurer 4; FHA 1.2.3.4; Orchesis 2,3; Honor roll 1,2. GEORGIA HUNTER — Band 1,2,3,4; A Cappella Choir 1,2,3,4; Madrigal 2,3,4; Newspaper staff 1,2,3; Pep band 1,2,3,4; Prom attendant 3; Class vice-president 1; Orchesis 2,3; Cheerleader 2; Lettermen’s club 2; Letter winner 1,2,3.4; Honor roll 1,2. WINNIFRED MEIER A Cappella Choir 3,4; Newspaper staff 3, 4; Dramatics 3.4; FHA 1; Orchesis 2,3; Newspaper staff member of the year award 3; Typing award 3; Letter winner 3; Student Council 4; Honor roll 1,2,3,4. GRETCHEN NELSON - Band 1,2,3,4; A Cappella Choir 1,2,3,4; Annual staff 3,4; Newspaper staff 1,2,3,4; Pep band 1; Prom Queen 3; Class vice-president 3; Dramatics 3; Orchesis 2,3; Cheerleader 1,2,3,4; Student council secretary 4; Typing award 2; Dramatics medals 3; Letter winner 1,2,3,4; Lettermen’s club 1,2,3. JOHN NELSON — Football 4; Basketball 2.4; Baseball 4; Track 4; FFA 1,2,3,4; Letter winner 4. CHRISTINE NIPPLE — Band 1,2,3,4; A Cappella Choir 1.2.3,4; Annual staff 3,4; Newspaper staff 1,2,3,4; Pep band 2.3,4; Class Officer 4; FHA 1,2,3,4; Orchesis 2,3; Student Council 3,4; Council vice-president 4; Letter winner 3,4; Honor roll 1,2,3,4. ARVID NYBROTEN A Cappella Choir 1; Forensics 4; Dramatics 1,2,3,4. SANDRA OLSON - Newspaper staff 3; FHA 2,3; Library 3. RONITA PATTINSON Prom attendant 3; FHA 1,2,3,4; Orchesis 3; Library 1,2; Library pin winner 1,2. RICKY PHILLIPSON — Basketball 2; Band 1,2,3,4; A Cappella Choir 1,2,3,4; Madrigal 3,4; Annual staff 3,4; Pep band 1,2,3,4; Prom attendant 3; Dramatics 4; Letter winner 1,2,3,4; John Phillip Sousa band award 4. TOM REAR Football 4; Basketball 1; A Cappella Choir 1,2,3,4; Annual staff 4; FFA 1,3; Color guard 2,3,4; Letter winner 4. JAMES REED Track 3; A Cappclla Choir 1; Class officer 3,4; FFA 1,2; Alfred Ommodt Memorial Award 2. JOE ROSSING Football 3.4; Baseball 4; Track 4; Lettermen’s club 3,4; Band 1,2, 3.4; A Cappella Choir 1,2,3,4; Pep band 1,2.3,4; Prom King 3; Letter winner 2,3,4. MIKE SAUDER FFA 1.2.3.4; FFA treasurer 4. DAVID SCHILD — A Cappclla Choir 2; FFA 1.2.4. LELAND SCHMID — FFA 1,2,3,4; FFA sentinel 4. SHERRY STAUFFACHER — A Cappella Choir 3; Newspaper staff 3,4. DAVID THOMPSON Football 2,3.4; Basketball 1.2; Track 2,3,4; Lettermen’s club 2,3,4; Club secretary 4; Homecoming attendant 3; A Cappella Choir 1,2,3,4; Madrigal 4; Annual staff 3,4; Annual business manager 4; Color guard 2,3,4; Letter winner 2,3,4. VICKI THOMPSON — Homecoming attendant 2; Band 1,2,3,4; A Cappella Choir 1,2,3,4; Madrigal 2.3,4; Newspaper staff 1,2,3; Pep band 1,2.3,4; Prom attendant 3; Class secretary I; Class vice-president 2; FHA 1,2,3; Orchesis 2,3; Cheerleader 1; Letter winner 1,2,3,4; Lettcrmen's club I. BRUCE TOLLAKSON — Prom attendant 3; Class president 3; Dramatics 4. CHERYL TYLER — FHA 4; Orchesis 1. RHONDA VLASAK Homecoming Queen 4; Band 1,2,3,4; A Cappella Choir 1,2,3,4; Annual staff 3; Newspaper staff 1,2,3,4; Class treasurer 2; Dramatics 3; Orchesis 2,3; Student council 3,4; Council treasurer 4; Letter winner 1,2,3,4; Honor roll 1,2,3,4. JEFF WEAVER FFA 4; Track 4. FRANCIS WEIBEL — Football 4; Track 1.2.3.4; Lettermen’s club 1,2,3,4; Class treasurer 3; Dramatics 3,4; Letter winner 3,4. AJMES WENGER Baseball 2; Track 3,4; Lettermen s club 4; Band 1,2,3,4; A Cappella Choir 1,2,3,4; Madrigal 3,4; Annual staff 3,4; Annual editor 4; Pep band 1,2,3,4; Dramatics 3; Letter winner 2,3,4; National School Choral Award 4. LOU ANN WIDMER A Cappella Choir 1,2,3; Newspaper staff 2,3,4; FHA 1,2,3,4; FHA historian-reporter 3; FHA president 4; Outstanding FHA award 4; Orchesis 3; Library 1,2; Twirler 1,2.3,4. 62When You Go Away to College Take Along a Friend “Your Hometown Newspaper” ARNOT-PHILLIPSON CUSTOM PHOTOGRAPHY 543-6706 or 543-4631 SPONSORS BERNARD J. HANSON Argyle, Wisconsin DISCH HARDWARE FURNITURE, INC. New Glarus. Wisconsin DEARTH PAINTING - 4350 Daisy Drive. Madison. Wisconsin KOPPS MACHINE SHOP - Blanchardville. Wisconsin CAMERA SHOP 905-16th Avenue. Monroe, Wisconsin OSTBY GARAGE — A rgyle, Wisconsin OSTBY MOTORS Darlington. W isconsin CLAYTON W ATKINS Argylc. Wisconsin WENDT STUDIO - Darlington, Wisconsin SOLOMON AUTO PARTS Monroe. Wisconsin MIDWAY CAFE Blanchardville. Wisconsin EAST SIDE FARM EQUIPMENT — Monroe. Wisconsin RUFENACHT OIL COMPANY, INC. Monroe. Wisconsin WARD-BRODT MUSIC COMPANY Madison. Wisconsin AL'STRUCKING COMPANY, INC. DARLINGTON, WISCONSIN Compliments of LAFAYETTE COUNTY School Buses — Excavating Hot Mix Asphalt — Gravel Lime LAWYERS ASSOCIATION HERFF JONES COMPANY Dale Ferrell, Representative P.O. Box 884 Eau Claire, Wisconsin, 54701Scoite, cute ON HIGHWAY 69 NEWGLARUS, WIS. 53574 PHONE 527-2414 ( Fo ton (Nujtfn, f lop. KIEL'S INC. Electrical Wiring Television Appliances Sales Service Blanchardville, Wisconsin IROQUOIS FOUNDRY CO. Gray Iron Alloy Iron Castings Browntown Division Browntown, Wisconsin 53522 FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF BLANCHARDVILLE Congratulations Class of 1971 SATISFACTION GUARANTEED JOHN DEERY MOTOR COMPANY Pontiac—Buick Opel — GMC Trucks Phone (608)325-5111 Monroe, Wisconsin Gifts for All Occasions A Complete Line THE GIFT CASTLE On the Square Monroe P.O. Box 164 Mount Horeb, Wis. 53572 76 Rooms— Dining Indoor Heated Pool JUNIORS TOP LEFT. FRONT: Jeff Isely, David Gabioud. BACK: Roger Godfrey, Karl Jackson, Stan Campbell. BELOW: Kem Anderson, Christy Coffey, Ruth Daly, Susan Chenous. Mary Dunlavy. BOTTOM: Joanne Greenhill, Gloria Erickson, George Bond, Rita Daly, Debbie Hartwig, Darrell Carpenter, Doris Engeli, Dorothy Flanagan.TOP LEFT: Anita Stein, Diane Wyttenbach, Diane Watkins, Steve Wcibcl, Gary Stamm. TOP RIGHT: Laurie Gruenberg. Karen Hayes, Greg Pickett. Leon Harry. MIDDLE LEFT: Kathy Mick, Sarah Kleis-cr, Gcri McGinnity, Louise Nelson. CENTER: Keith Kleier. MIDDLE RIGHT: Sever Severson, Joanne Olson, Debbie Schneider, Marsha Paulson, Elizabeth Nall, Stanley Schmid. BOTTOM: Junior class president Tom Aebly, secretary Carla Nysted, treasurer Karen Wenger, vice-president James Skattum. JUNIORSH ' '■V T ' SOPHOMORES TOP LEFT: Sharon Fischer, Shelley Erickson, Danny Ball. Beverly Erickson, Richie Flancry. TOP RIGHT: Jon Erickson, Alan Tollakson, Monica Olson, Diane DeNure. BOTTOM LEFT: Greg Upward. Alan Johnson, Jim Wenger, Gayle Nelson, Mary Widmer, Teena Wil-helmson. BOTTOM RIGHT: Stacy Campbell, Eric Anderson. Steve Mau. Margit Moen, Tom Ritschard, Richard Gordec, Gail Fisher, Ronnie Fuchs.TOP LEFT. TOP TO BOTTOM: Randy Hanson, Jean Updike, Tom Davis. TOP RIGHT: Sophomore vice-president Paul Meier, secretary Linda Fransen, treasurer Craig Gruenberg, president Steve Hyland. MIDDLE LEFT: Paula Wenger. Joe Pink, Mike Schulz, Gail McDonald, Michelle Holmes. CENTER: Albert Strothman. MIDDLE RIGHT: Leon Burreson, Ed Anderson. BOTTOM: Judy Andrews, Kelli Tester. SOPHOMORESFRESHMEN TOP LEFT. FRONT: Gary Vlasak, Steve StaufTacher, Raymond Schneider. BACK: Jeannie Wirtz, Linda Thoreson. Donna Weaver, Janet Severson, Janet Smith, Linda Wyttenbach. TOP RIGHT: Ben Tester, Steve Brandt. Marsha Pickett. MIDDLE: Robin Krebs. Phillip Stietz. Mike Widmcr, Glen Harry. BOTTOM LEFT: Jeanne Bredeson. Connie Flint, Sharon Emberson, Marilyn Godfrey, Karen Makos, Margo Hendrickson. BOTTOM RIGHT. FRONT: Greg Flannery, Alan Nybroten, Christian Schmid. BACK: Joe Mick, Jeff Penniston, Robin Berg.TOP LEFT: Freshman class president RoxAnne Paulson, secretary Debbie Montgomery, treasurer Kim Penniston, vice-president Carl Weibel. TOP RIGHT: Colleen McGrath. Karen Carpenter, Kevin Baumann. MIDDLE. FRONT: David Hyland. Maureen McGinnity, Joyce Pink. BACK: Eileen McGrath, Susan Johnson, Rene Hendrickson, Cindy Nybroten. BOTTOM LEFT: Valerie Hunter, Marsha Pickett. Tim'Hendrickson. Karen Schmid. Mike Nolty, Laurie Peterson, Laura Rossing. BOTTOM RIGHT: Susan Anderson, Karen Hildenbrand. John Crotty, John Pittz.JUNIOR HIGH — EIGHTH GRA DE TOP LEFT: LcAnn Craft, Tanna Severson, Renee Gordec, Linda Smith, Barbara Fisher, Mary Jane Schild. TOP RIGFIT. FRONT: Mark Upward. John Engeli, Cletus Pink. David Sauder. BACK: Steve Rossing, Jon Thompson. UPPER MIDDLE. LEFT: Vice-president Brent Erickson, secretary Christine Stein, president Dan McGinnity, treasurer Steve Dam-men. MIDDLE LEFT: Laurel Bruehlman, Jean Sauder. Ruth Moen, Vickie Schneider, Suzanne Olson. BOTTOM LEFT. FRONT: Jim Pittz, Randy Campbell. MIDDLE: Richard Brandt. BACK: Larry Moen. Mark Schmid. BOTTOM MIDDLE. FRONT: Christine Nelson. DeAnn Nysted, Jana Erickson. MIDDLE: Erin McDonald, Shelley Meyer, Cheryl Lofgren, Kathy Kammerud. BACK: Pamela Schliem, Jane Fransen, Melody Berg, LuAnn Wilhelmson. BOTTOM RIGHT. FRONT: Bruce Hanson, Danny Bredeson. BACK: Kim Grucnbcrg, Greg Stamm, Mike Aebly, Daryl DeNure, Nathan Schlafli.JUNIOR HIGH — SEVENTH GRADE TOP LEFT: Secretary Denis Nelson, treasurer Randy Flannery, vice-president Kirk Wenger, president Peter Weibel. TOP RIGHT: Gwendolyn Kleiser. Laurel Vlasak, Heidi Rossing, Debra Meier, Kathy Campbell. Julie Wirtz. Lynn Widmer. UPPER MIDDLE RIGHT. FRONT: Larry Erickson, Ronnie Nipple. BACK: Ricky Steiner. Brian Nelson. Scott Ritschard, Jerry Pittz. MIDDLE LEFT: Walter Hartwig. CENTER: Robert Bcrgct. LOWER MIDDLE RIGHT: Cynthia Andrews, Kathy Garrison, Julie Wyttenbach, Kathy Crotty, Carol Bertelrud, Julie Swingen, Helen Erickson, Jami Meyer, Jessica Weaver. BOTTOM LEFT: Roy Schmid. Paul Pink, Brian Wyttenbach, Loren Bruchlman, Dean Gerber, Jimmie Schlafli, Timmy Wilhelmson. BOTTOM RIGHT: Cary Craft, Larry Wahl, Lyle Hendrickson, Harlan Erickson, Kevan Hartwig, Kim Godfrey.JUNIOR HIGH BASKETBALL EIGHTH GRADE TEAM. FRONT: Brent Erickson, Mike Aebly, Danny Brede-son, Nathan Schlafli. MIDDLE: Steve Rossing, Kim Gruenberg. Dan MeGinnity, Steve Dammen. BACK: Jim Pittz, Mark Upward, Daryl DeNure, Greg Stamm. SEVENTH GRADE TEAM. FRONT: Kim Godfrey, Larry Erickson, Kevan Hartwig. Wally Hartwig. MIDDLE: Jerry Pittz, Cary Craft. Kirk Wenger, Brian Nelson. BACK: Randy Flannery, Peter Weibel, Ronnie Nipple, Scott Ritschard. BOTTOM: Coaches Dravland and Ris-berg. CHEERLEADERS: LuAnn Wilhelmson, Cherric Lofgren, DeAnn Nysted. Erin McDonald. Christine Nelson. 74MONROE, WISCONSIN AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER REES CONSTRUCTION 2918 Eleventh Avenue Telephone 325-6819 Monroe, Wisconsin 53566 Crushed Rock and Agricultural Lime We Hope To Be Able To Serve You in the Future. 1625 10th Street Monroe, Wisconsin OFFICE SUPPLY fe ART GENTFR Compliments of FRITO-LAY Mtns 1620— 11th Street MONROE, WISCONSIN 53566 ARGYLE DAIRYSOUTHWEST WISCONSIN VOCATIONAL-TECHNICAL SCHOOL ‘dfieS uiiss Colonij MONROE, WISCONSIN HAWLEY LIVESTOCK Argyle, Wisconsin Offering Full and Part-time Courses in Agriculture, Trades and Industry, Business, Home Economics, and Health. Home-Owned Licensed Home-Operated Bonded 1170 Lincoln Avenue Fennimore, Wisconsin 53809 Phone: (608)822-3262 Stations at Argyle and Wiota SOLWAY PIPELINE MILKING SYSTEMS For Better, Faster, Easier Milking Ask The Man That Owns One SOLWAY CORPORATION Box 154 Monroe, Wisconsin Phone: 325-2825GRA DES1X TOP: Janet Pittz, JoAnn Dunlavy, Jada Steiner. Debra Vinger. Kathy McGinnity, Connie Hendrickson, Betty Wire, Steve Larson, Debbie Penniston, Paul Mudgett, Rona Erickson. Lor-na Ritschard, Wayne Nystcd. UPPER MIDDLE: David Olson, Greg Iscly. Jeff Wilhelm-son. Tommy Holmes, Marc Busch, Mike Flannery. Mrs. Moen, Miss Mueller, Darlene Hanson. Jody Widmer, Denise Vinger. Penny Ny-broten. LOWER MIDDLE: Dennis Schliem. Todd Wirtz, Jeff Steiner, Ricky Penniston, Steve Flannery, Phillip Gavigan. BOTTOM: Victor Schmidt, Andrew Anderson, Bill Whit-mar, John Nolty, Paul Wenger, Kevin Phillips. Ronald Gordee, Sam Pattinson, Kirk Baumann, Shawn Burreson. Kim Hendrickson. Ronnie Bredeson. Richard Dammen. Harlan Flannery.MM GRADE FIVE TOP: Mark Wyttenbach, Fred Engcli. Lee Montgomery. Allan Lancaster, Jonathan Hartwig, Richard Moen, Jeff Pickett, Bonnie Barry. Jill Wirtz, Paul Heins, Denise Flannery. Sandra Crotty, Tom Rossing. Kristi Thompson, Jackie Olson, Steve Emberson. Terry Tyler. UPPER MIDDLE: Claire Schmidt, Tom Hyland. David Carpenter. Gary Schmid, Steve Blum. Leslie Andrews, Sheri Bahc. Connie Garrison, Brenda Brcdcson, Mrs. Pederson, Mr. Hyland. MIDDLE: Elementary Band. Mike Benson. Jim Bruehlman. Larry Kammerud. LOWER MIDDLE: Debbie Smith, Dan Penniston. Susan Larson, Annette Wenger. Marie Gabioud, Billy Watkins, Joan Smith. Kevin Erickson. Dennis Coffey, Ann Ritschard. Marco Flannery. Marta Anderson. Kelly Kline. Donnie Mick. BOTTOM: David Martin. George Weaver. John Wire, Nathan Skattum. Ricky Nipple, Randy Severson.GRADE FOUR TOP: Tom Nelson, Joe Coffey, Steve Smith. Lisa Hendrickson, Tammy Nysted, Gary Krahenbuhl, Brian Bredeson. Julie Bredeson, Vicki Hendrickson. Theresa Mick. Mary Aucstad, Brenda Pcnniston. Connie Nolly, Lenny Tollakson, John Gabioud. MIDDLE: Mrs. Blciler. Lori Wilhclmson. Mrs. Nelson, Gary Dammen. Jerry Nybroten. Donald DeNure, Danny Widmer. Steven Johnson. BOTTOM: Mark Johnson. Daryl Schliem. Tom Pink. Douglas Busch. Nicki Meier, Jill Pcnniston, Cindy Blum, Lori Flannery, Kreigh Baumann. Bryan Krahenbuhl.TOP: Gerald Bruehlman. Danny Lancaster. Jim Lewis, Marty Peterson. Royal Berg. Wendy Heiser. Mark Jackson. Timmy Holmes. Keith Kammerud. Brent Pennislon, Scott Heiser, Neale Hendrickson. UPPhR MIDDLL: Janet I bus, Shirley Moen. Kim Hanson. Jimmie Montgomery. Holly Wirlz, Ramona Gor-dee, Dorsey Penniston. Neil Olson. Mike Marty, Lynn W ire. Roger Schneider. Tom Smith. Ronald Martin. LOW LR MIDDLL: Debbie Andrews, Susan Dis-rud. Sarah Lspenscheid. Jon W'hitmar. Robert Fuchs. Jeff Dammen. Kevin Grucnberg, Alan Soper. Bobby Hyland. David Russell. Kent Wilhelmson. BOTTOM: Cindy Craft. Mrs Thompson. Mrs. Wenger.GRADE TWO TOP. Laurie Holmes, Diana Benson, Reynold Saalsaa. Sue Ann Nybrotcn, Richie Hanson, Alan Berg, Terry Moen, Jerry Brcdeson. Bonny Flannery. Julie Blum. UPPER MIDDLE: Mrs. Schracpfer. Mrs. Anderson. Vicki Tollakson, Pamela Fox, Steve Flannery. Lance Erickson, Mike Severson. LOWER MIDDLE: Randy Schliem. Ronnie Tyler. Joe Grotty, John Busta. 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