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

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TREASURED ECHOES NINETEEN SEVENTY-THREE Volume Twenty-Five ARGYLE HIGH SCHOOL ARGYLE, WISCONSINTable Of Contents Sports Seniors Organizations Administration, Faculty Underclassmen Activities Elementary 2Music in our school life is the theme of the 1973 edition of "Treasured Echoes." May the sounds of band instruments, the pleasing voices of Madrigal singers, the chorus line of cheerleaders and the delicate notes from Greg Upward's harpsichord start you on your journey through the entire 1972-73 school year. 3Audio-visual facilites in the e v e r-expanding and ever-improving library are put to use by Mary Jane Schild. Newcomer Roger Tourdot is gradually "learning the ropes" here at AHS. The inquisitive mind of Peter Weibel is set into motion by a scientific experiment.Both Gail McDonald and RichGordee curse unequal debits and credits in their bookkeeping accounts. An unleashed bus load of hungry students makes for a crowded lunch line. Mrs. Tollakson punches the new library passes of LuAnn Wilhelmson and Jana Erickson who check in for an hour of study.Valerie Hunter plays volleyball peculiarly. Gail McDonald is engulfed in the mighty colors of orange and black. Joe Pink and Ed Anderson peek over familiar doors. Bob Go-la ckson casts a shadow. Laura Rossing and friends are engrossed in Oriole action.Molecular tinkertoys help Karen understand gas laws in chemistry class. An apple cannot break Craig Gruenberg's concentration. Coach Waage tapes Eric Anderson's ankle before another grueling basketball practise. Jane Fransen enjoys be-hind-the-wheel training, an essential part of the driver education course. 7The center of the gym floor is brightened by a shining "A" applied by Mary Jane Schild and Erin McDonald. Volleyball has become the accepted sport of the senior phy. ed. class. RoxAnne Paulson and Karen Hilden-brand admire the seemingly alive creation by Alan Tollakson. Steve Rossing and Ed Anderson cut-up for the camera enroute to lunch. 8Paula Wenger can't believe she's been accused of another misdemeanor, this time by Kevin Baumann. Daryl DeNure asks Mr. Fischer's help in filling out order blanks for garden seeds the FFA is selling. After Friday night s game Scott Rits-chard looks at the writeup of the contest in the Sports section of the Agenda.A layout planning session for this yearbook makes use of materials gathered from a clinic held at Lakeland C ol-lege, Sheboygan county. Staff members involve d in this session are Deb Montgomery, Tom Ritschard, Paul Meier, Rich Gordee, Steve R os si ng, Dan McGinnity, and advisor D. Schoenick. Donkey basketball is eagerly participated in by the community, students and faculty. The game was sponsored by the cheerleaders' club a good-sized crowd was on hand to witness the action. Christmas brings color and brightness to Ar-gyle high school as Art students, Kathy Kam-merud, Jana Erickson and Mary Jane Schild work on their window paintings. 10SPORTSAccording to a pre-season poll of league coaches Argyle was again destined to be a cellar dweller in 1972 after winning only one game the previous year. However, the Orioles developed into a title contender only to be denied the league championship by losing to cochamps Belleville on a missed extra point, 16-14, and to Black Hawk, 26-8, while playing under poor field conditions. A squad of 38 players led Argyle on its best football campaign in many years as the Orioles compiled a 7-2 season record and finished only one game out of first place. The Orioles opened their season with two easy victories, beating both Holy Name and Juda by twenty points. In the non-conference game against Cassville the defense shone by intercepting four passes and the offense finally took charge in the second half to defeat them by three touchdowns. Argyle made it 4-0 by tearing apart New Glams' heralded d e f e ns e which so far hadn't been scored on. The Glarners couldn't cope with the Eric Anderson to Jon Erickson passing which produced two of our three touchdowns. Belleville dealt us our first defeat in a game featuring two evenly matched teams. Only a missed two-point conversion prevented the tie. Barneveld's rugged defense stopped the Orioles for one half but a big second half brought victory. Traditional rival Pecatonica was our homecoming opponent. The Vikings had upset in mind but a 67 yard touchdown run by quarterback Eric Anderson proved too much to overcome. Black Hawk ended any Argyle title hopes by defeating us with their unyielding defense. In the season finale Argyle had to over-take Brodhead three times to fi-nally win on two touchdowns by Tom Ritschard in the final two minutes. Argyle was a strong offensive power leading the league in passing and finishing second with 2178 total yards. The Orioles posed three major threats and all three were honored as all-conference selections. Eric Anderson was by far the league's best quarterback completing 65 of 133 passes for 1122 yards and twelve TDs. He made it both ways by also being selected as a defensive back. Jon Erickson was a unanimous choice at split end as grabbed 20 passes for 326 yards and 4 TDs. Fullback Tom Ritschard rushed 146 times for 770 yards, caught 19 passes for 294 yards and scored 15 TDs to capture the league scoring title with 102 points. FOOTBALL STATE LINE LEAGUE TEAM STANDINGS Conference Season Team W L T W L T Belleville 7 1 0 8 1 0 Black Hawk 7 1 0 8 1 0 ARGYLE 6 2 0 7 2 0 New Glarus 5 2 1 6 2 1 Brodhead 4 3 1 4 4 1 Pecatonica 3 5 0 3 6 0 Barneveld 2 6 0 2 6 0 Juda 0 7 1 0 7 1 Holy Name 0 7 1 0 8 1 SCORES OF GAMES Argyle Opponent 21 Holy Name 0 28 Juda 6 25 Cassville 6 21 New Glarus 7 14 Belleville 16 22 Barneveld 6 15 Pecatonica 12 8 Black Hawk 26 26 Brodhead 19 ARGYLE SCORING Tom Ritschard 102 Jon Erickson 36 Carl Weibel 16 Eric Anderson 12 Brian Nelson 8 Steve Rossing 6 FRONT: Carl Weibel, Brian Nelson, Jon Erickson, Ed Anderson, Dan McGinnity, Robin Berg. SECOND ROW: Dan Ball, Daryl DeNure, Tom Ritschard, Bob Berget, Eric Anderson, Gary Vlasak, Jim Pittz, Alan Johnson, Larry Wahl, Steve Brandt. THIRD ROW: Bruce Hanson, Larry Erickson, Ron Nipple, John Engeli, Steve Rossing, Jim Wenger, Gregg Stamm, Mark Howard, Kim Gruenberg, Jerry Pittz, Randy Campbell, Coach Bullock. BACK: Jim Schlafi, Kirk Wenger, Steve Dammen, Myron Nolty, Kevan Hartwig, Randy Flannery, Kim Godfrey, Scott Ritschard, Jon Thompson, Brent Erickson, Dan Bredeson, Assistant Coach Fischer. 1213ALL-CONFERENCE FOOTBALL HONORS went to Eric Anderson (12), Tom Rits-chard (33) and Jon Erickson (80 ). OFFENSIVE TEAM FRONT: Jon Erickson, Dan McGinnity, Jim Wenger, Gary Vlasak, Greg Stamm, Robin Berg, Carl Weibel. BACK: Dan Ball, Tom Ritschard, Eric Anderson, Steve Rossing. DEFENSIVE TEAM FRONT: Gary Vlasak, Jim Wenger, Steve Brandt, Ed Anderson, Alan Johnson, Robin Berg. BACK: Dan Bredeson, Eric Anderson, Tom Ritschard, Jon Erickson, Carl Weibel. 1415 CHEERLEADERS CHEERLEADERS' CLUB, FRONT TO BACK, SEVENTH GRADE: A. Ritschard, B. Bredeson, K. Thompson, S. Bahe, M. Anderson, S. Larson. EIGHTH GRADE: D. Penniston, C. Hendrickson, D. Vinger, D. Vinger, advisor J. Christiansen, K. McCinnity. JUNIOR VARSITY: D. Nelson, J. Fran-sen, D. Nysted, P. Schliem, L. Rossing, S. Anderson. VARSITY: Captain G. McDonald, T. Wil-helmson, L. Wilhelmson, G. Nysted, C. Nelson, M. McGinnity.VARSITY BASKETBALL ABOVE: Alan Johnson, Leon Burreson, Ed Anderson, Gary Vlasak, Dan McGinnity, Coach Waage, Craig Gruenberg, Jon Erickson, Brian Nelson, Eric Anderson, Jim Wenger. KNEELING: Manager John Pittz. Not Pictured: Robin Berg’ Manager Ken Frei. With the return of the two regulars and one injured player from last year's team coach Waage added two reserves and painstakingly molded a very successful team, second only to Monticello in the conference. The Orioles had a better conference record (12-3) than nine other teams including all of the Maxi division entries. Argyle lost both meetings with Monticello and as usual lost to Brodhead there but later avenged that defeat by gloriously annihilating the Cardinals in t h e divisional play-offs by 30 enormous points 88-58. The Orioles had the offensive potential of having any one of its five regulars, Eric Anderson, Jon Erickson, Craig Gruenberg, Leon Burreson and Jim Wenger, score twenty points in a game and were ably supported by two fine reserves, Ed Anderson and Gary Vlasak. While offensively scoring 64.3 points per game the Orioles had an ever-improving defense which allowed opponents only 56.3 points, an average of eight less points than Argyle. Strangely enough all three non-conference games were recorded as losses as the team did not perform up to its potential. Highlights of the season include a last second shot by Eric Anderson to win a close game at Bameveld, poor Holy Name getting only eleven points in the first half to Argyle's 48, our thrilling victory at New Clarus where we twice fought back from eight and nine point deficits to win by five, laying it on Pecatonica, beating Black Hawk, a physical win at Juda, Eric's superb assists against Bameveld at Argyle which frustrated them so they got even more physical than Juda, Jon Erickson's two 30-point games, and finally Brodhead's humiliation sparked by Jon's 65-footer to tie quarter one at 20-all as the Orioles went on to their greatest offensive production of the year. Season leadersinthe various categories were Eric Anderson, Erickson and Gruenberg-272, 262, 241 points, Erickson and Gruenberg- 179, 151 Rebounds, Erickson-. 498 FG pet., Eric Anderson-. 732 FT pet., 112 assists. But individual talent notwithstanding the greatest asset of the 72-73 Orioles was their ability to unselfishly combine, their efforts into an effective offense and a superb defense. WINS--A 1 b a ny 66-50 and 76-40, Bameveld 59-57 and 67-52, Juda 77-70 and 75-64, Belleville 69-49, Holy Name 78-41, New Clarus 58-53, Pecatonica 78-49, Black Hawk 58-49, Brodhead 88-58. LOSSES—Monticello 49-65 and 56-68, Brodhead 59-72, Orfordville 49-62, Mineral Point 48-64, Riverdale 48-50. STATE LINE LEAGUE TEAM STANDINGS — CONFERENCE— —ALL REGULAR SEASON GAMES— TEAM MINI DIVISION W L Pet. TP OP W L Pet. TP OP ♦Monticello 14 1 .933 1010 827 17 1 .944 1201 985 ♦ARGYLE 12 3 .800 1013 837 12 6 .667 1158 1013 . ♦Bameveld 7 8 .467 920 918 9 9 .500 1079 1068 Albany 5 10 .333 890 1120 7 11 .389 1122 1270 ♦Juda MAXI DIVISION 5 10 .333 941 1046 5 13 .278 1109 123? New Clarus 12 4 .750 1071 863 13 5 .722 1199 101C Brodhead 9 7 .563 1084 1002 11 7 .611 1253 1130 Black Hawk 9 7 .563 976 953 10 8 .556 1150 1112 ♦Belleville 8 8 .500 1013 910 10 8 .556 1130 1019 Pecatonica 3 13 .231 933 1127 3 15 . 167 1029 1254 Holy Name 1 ♦Won divisional play-offs 14 .067 728 990 1 16 .059 832 1107JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL ABOVE: Nate Schlafli, Scott Ritschard, Kim Gruenberg, Steve Rossing, Ricky Steiner, Dan McGinnity, Jeff Penniston, Coach Hyland, Brian Nelson, Peter Wei-bel, Jerry Pittz, Larry Erickson, Dan Bredeson, Brent Erickson, Kirk Wenger. FRONT: Manager Kevin Erickson. The junior varsity basketball team had its first winning season in six years compiling a 7-7 conference record and finishing 9-8 overall. There were not many games in which coach Hyland, the team and JV fans could relax as only three games were won by large margins, three games were lost embarrassingly and the remaining eleven games were decided by seven points or less. WINS--Albany 42-30 and 46-25, Juda 49-45 and 43-40, Belleville 59-54, Brod-head 35-34, New Glarus 34-33, Mineral Point 43-38, Riverdale 46-28. LOSSES --Monticello 28-43 and 28-31, Barneveld 27-33 and 35-36, Holy Name 22-50, Pecatonica 40-47, Black Hawk 37-41, Orfordville 32-66. Jerry Pittz (.345), Dan McGinnity (.344), Scott Ritschard (.335) and Brian Nelson (. 320) shot well enough from the floor but the rest of the team could manage only . 175 for a .284 combined percentage. Rebounding (608) was the big plus factor, especially the offensive variety, with the team setting a record of 301 offensive rebounds (17.7 per game) led by Nelson's record 78. Ritschard was the scoring leader (173), best free throw shooter (.631) and had the most assists (31). Guard Steve Rossing played the most quarters (65) missing only three. STATE LINE LEAGUE JV STANDINGS ♦♦CONFERENCE ALL GAMES TEAM W MINI DIVISION L Pet. TP OP W L Pet. TP OP Monticello 11 3 .786 638 458 13 4 .765 740 568 ARGYLE 7 7 .500 525 538 9 8 .529 646 670 Juda 6 8 .429 627 687 8 9 .471 756 796 Barneveld 5 9 .357 472 503 6 10 .375 538 556 Albany 1 MAXI DIVISION 13 .071 412 633 2 14 .125 461 705 Black Hawk 14 1 .933 658 474 14 3 .824 753 569 Holy Name 11 4 .733 576 499 12 5 .706 666 584 Pecatonica 9 6 .600 646 588 9 8 .529 720 680 New Glarus 9 6 .600 629 567 9 8 .529 706 669 Belleville 4 11 .267 564 638 5 12 .294 622 701 Brodhead 3 12 .200 486 643 4 13 .235 556 732 19FRONT: Jeff Penniston, Craig Gruenberg, Ed Anderson, Dan McGinnity, Brian Nelson. MIDDLE: John Pittz, Randy Flannery, Mike Aebly, Scott Ritschard, Larry Erickson. BACK: Gary Vlasak, Leon Burreson, Jim Wenger, Tom Ritschard, Steve Rossing. 20FRONT: Jon Erickson, Craig Gruenberg, Dan McGinnity, Brian Nelson, Jeff P e n n i s t o n. Alan Tollakson. SECOND ROW: RichGordee, Carl Weibel, Ed Anderson, Tom Ritschard, Steve Rossing, Coach Fischer. THIRD ROW: Kevan Hartwig, Greg Stamm, Joe Pink, Kevin Baumann, Bradley Root, Jon Thompson, Peter Weibel. BACK: Walter Hartwig, Kevin Root, Brent Erickson, John Pittz, Steve Hanson, Kirk Wenger, Cary Craft. mtPEP CLUB 22 LETTERMEN'S CLUB. FRONT: Eric Anderson, coach Waage, coach Fisher, Craig Gruenberg. SECOND ROW: Leon Burreson, A1 Johnson, Dan Ball. THIRD ROW: John Pittz, Brent Erickson, Greg Stamm, Jon Erickson. FOURTH ROW': Kim Gruenberg, Dan McGinnity, Steve Rossing. FIFTH ROWr: Ed Anderson, Jim Wenger, Tom Ritschard, Steve Brandt. BACK: Rich Gordee, Gary Vlasak, Robin Berg, Jeff Penniston. PEP CLUB. FRONT: Pam Schliem, Julie Wyttenbach, Julie Swingen, Joy Zuidema, Paula Wenger, advisor J. Christiansen, Margit Moen, Sharon Fischer, Linda Fransen, Debbie Montgomery, Denise Nelson. SECOND ROWr: Teena Wilhelm son, Michelle Holmes, Gail McDonald, Laura Rossing, Karen Makos, Janet Severson, Julie Wirtz, Heidi Rossing, Laurel Vlasak, Kim Penniston, Gayle Nysted. THIRD ROW: Shelley Erickson, Mary Jane Schild, Jeanne Brede-son, RoxAnne Paulson, Susan Anderson, Laurie Peterson, Kathy Kammerud, Cherrie Lofgren, Jana Erickson, Maureen McGinnity, Stacy Campbell. BACK: Connie Flint, Beverly Erickson, Monica Olson, Barbara Fisher, DeAnn Nysted, Suzanne Olson, Melody Berg, Jane Fransen, Chris Nelson, LuAnn Wilhelmson, Gail Fisher. LETTERMEN’S CLUBMONROE, WISCONSIN AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER SOUTHWEST WISCONSIN VOCATIONAL-TECHNICAL SCHOOL Bronson Boulevard Lennimore. Wis. 53809 BURRLSON'S HOUSE OF CHEESE CARTER GRUENEWALD CO., INC. Cheese of all Kinds Various Food Items Gifts Union 76 Products Argyle, Wis. P. 0. BOX 5 JUDA, WISCONSIN PHONE: 934-5201 Argyle, Wisconsin o cx o cx o o o o § o Look first at the ARGYLE RESALE SHOP Pop, Hot Sandwiches, Candy Clothing for the Family Greeting Cards Stationery Gift Items Mrs. Herbert L. Fisher Argyle, Wisconsin cx o cx o cx o cx o cx o cx mMmmsmmm 23When You Go Away to College ROSA FLORIST Take Along a Friend Phone 325-8161 "Your Hometown Newspaper" Monroe, Wisconsin 53566 STEINER’S ARCO SERVICE C r' floral shop Charles Steiner Downtown Monroe Argyle, Wisconsin 1128 — 17th Avenue Telephone 543-3456 Monroe, Wisconsin Phone 325-5421 Tune-Ups Tire Repair Zinky Realty Co., Inc. REAL ESTATE DEVELOPERS George J. Zinky. President 3803 West Fond Du Lac Avenue Telephone 445-0460 Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53216 For All Your Beverage Needs BRENNAN'S CHRTIFIFD SUPFR M ARKET 24Al and Vada Schild’ RIVERSIDE TAP Dial 543-3469 Telephone 543-3030 Argyle. Wisconsin JOHN’S GROCERY Meat Produce and Variety Store Argyle, Wisconsin MODERN FINANCIAL SERVICE FOR MODERN PEOPLE Your Hometown Bank Member of the F.D.I.C. STATE BANK OF ARGYLE 25THANK YOU. ARGYLE, FOR GETTING WET IN MONROE S CHEESE DAY PARADE. ON BEHALF OF THE MONROE COMMUNITY WE OF THE MONROE NATIONAL GUARD UNIT ARE PROUD TO PROVIDE THIS REMINDER OF THAT M EMOR ABLE DAY. WISCONSIN ARMY NATIONAL GUARD 1158th TRANSPORTATION COMPANY 901 EIGHTEENTH AVENUE MONROE. WISCONSIN 2628TOP LEFT: Alan Tollakson RIGHT: Mike Widmer BOTTOM LEFT: Diane DeNure 29 L LEFT: Beverly Erickson TOP RIGHT: Gayle Nysted BOTTOM RIGHT: Tom Davis 3032TOP LEFT: Eric Anderson BOTTOM LEFT: Jim Wenger RIGHT: Richard Gordee 333536TOP LEFT: Tom Ritschard RIGHT: Jean Updike BOTTOM LEFT: Jon Erickson 3738SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS: Vice-president Craig Gruenberg, President Jim Wenger, Secretary Gail McDonald, Treasurer Tom Ritschard. SENIOR LETTER WINNERS, FRONT: Linda Fransen, Gail McDonald, Paula Wenger. MIDDLE: Gayle Nysted, Gail Fisher, Diane De-Nure, Michele Ho 1 mes, Margit Moen, Beverly Erickson. BACK: Leon Burreson, Eric Anderson, Jim Wenger, Joe Pink, Paul Meier, Craig Gruenberg, Greg Upward, Tom Ritschard, Rich Gordee, Ed Anderson, Jon Erickson. Not Pictured: Dan Ball, Shelley Erickson, Alan Johnson, Stacy Phillipson, Teena Wilhelmson. 39SENIOR DIRECTORY ED ANDERSON--A Cappella Choir 1,2,3,4; Madrigal Swing Choir 3,4; Color Guard 1,2, 3,4; Prom Attendant 3; Basketball 1,2, 3,4; Baseball 2, 3,4; Football 1,2,3,4; Track 4; Lettermen's Club 2,3,4; Dramatics 2; Letter Winner 2,3,4; Student Council 3; Annual Staff 2,3,4. ERIC ANDERSON—Prom Attendant 3; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1; Football 1,2, 3,4; Track 4; Letter Winner 1,2,3,4; Lettermen's Club 2,3,4; Basketball All Conference 3; Football All Conference 4. DAN BALL—Home-coming King 4; Football 2,3,4; Letter Winner 3,4; Lettermen's Club 4; FFA 1,2, 3,4. LEON BURRE-SON--Color Guard 1,2,3; A Cappella Choir 1,2,3; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Baseball 3,4; Football 1; Track 1,2; Lettermen's Club 4; Letter Winner 3,4; Library 4; Dramatics 2; One-Act Play 2; Annual Staff 2,3. STACY CAMPBELL—Senior Band 1,2,3,4; A Cappella Choir 1,2,3,4; Pep Band 1,2,3,4; Prom Attendant 3; Pep Club 3,4; Dramatics 2; Orchesis 1; Letter Winner 2,3,4; Class Officer 3; Honor Roll 1,2,3,4; Student Council 2; Newspaper Staff 1,2,3,4; Annual Staff 4. DIANE DeNURE—Senior Band 1,2,3,4; A Cappella Choir 1,2,3,4; Pep Band 1,2,3,4; Homecoming Attendant 1; Pep Club3,4; FHA 1,2,3,4; FHA Officer 4; Orchesis 1; Letter Winner 1,2,3,4; Newspaper Staff 1,2,3,4; Annual Staff 3. BEVERLY ERICKSON--A Cappella Choir 1,2,3,4; H om e c om i ng Attendant 4; Pep Club 4; FHA 1,2,3,4; Honor Roll 1,2,3,4; Newspaper Staff 1,2,3,4; Newspaper Production Editor 4; Annual Staff 3,4; Girls' Track 1; Twirler 2,3,4. JON ERICKSON--Prom Attendant 3; Basketball 1,2, 3,4; Football 1,2,3,4; Track 3,4; Letter Winner 2,3,4; Lettermen's Club 3,4; FFA 1,3,4; Football All-Conference 4. SHELLEY ERICKSON—Senior Band 1; A Cappella Choir 1,2, 3,4; Madrigal Swing Choir 1,2,3,4; Girls Track 1; Pep Club 3,4; FHA 1,2,3,4; Cheerleader 1,2; Orchesis 1; Letterwin-ner 1,2; Newspaper Staff 1. SHARON FISCHER--Pom Pom Girl 1,2; Twirler 3,4; A Cappella Choir 1,2; H om e com i n g Queen 3; Pep Club 3,4; FHA 1,2,4; Orchesis 1; Newspaper Staff 1,3,4. GAIL FISHER—Senior Band 1,2, 3,4; A Cappella Choir 1,2, 3,4; Pep Band 1,2,3,4; Letter Winner 1,2, 3,4; Newspaper Staff 1,2,3,4; Annual Staff 3,4; Pep Club 3,4; Library 2; One-Act Play 3; FHA 1,2,3,4; FHA Officer 4. LINDA FRANSEN—Senior Band 1,2,3,4; Pep Band 1,2, 3,4; A Cappella Choir 1,2,3, 4; Madrigal Swing Choir 3,4; Letter Winner 1,2, 3,4; Class Officer 2; Honor Roll 3,4; Newspaper Staff 1,2,3,4; Annual Staff 3,4; Orchesis 1; Prom Attendant 3; Girls' Track 1; Pep Club 3,4; FHA 1, 2,3,4. RICHARD GORDEE--Senior Band 1,2,3,4; A C appe 11 a Choir 1, 2,3,4; Pep Band 1,2,3,4; Letter Winner 2,3,4; Honor Roll 3,4; Student Council 2; Annual Staff 3,4; Track 3,4; Lettermen's Club4; Library 2; FFA 1,2,3,4; FFA Officer 3,4. CRAIG GRUENBERG—A Cappella Choir 1,2, 3,4; Madrigal Swing Choir 3,4; Letter Winner 2,3,4; Class Officer 3,4; Honor Roll 1,2, 3,4; Student Council 1,3,4; Annual Staff 3,4; Annual Business Manager 4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; B as e b a 11 2, 3,4; Football 1,2,3; Track 4; Lettermen's Club 3,4; Lav erne Lofgren Award; Typing Award. RANDY HANSON—FFA 1; Basketball 3. MICHELLE FIOLMES--Orchesis 1; Senior Band 1,2; A Cappella Choir 1,2; Pep Band 2; Letter Winner 2; Newspaper Staff 1,2, 3,4; Newspaper Literary Editor 4; Pep Club 3, 4; Forensics 4; One-Act Play 4; FHA 1,2,3,4; Badger Girls' State Representative. ALAN JOHNSON— Homecoming Attendant 3; Basketball 4; Football 1,2,3,4; Letter Winner 2,3,4; Lettermen's Club 3, 4; Pep Club 3; FFA 1,2, 3,4; FFA Officer 4. GAIL McDONALD—Senior Band 1,2,3,4; Pep Band 1,2; A Cappella Choir 1,2,3,4; Letter Winner 1,2, 3,4; Orchesis 1; Girls' Track 1; Cheerleader 3,4; Cheerleader Captain 4; Pep Club 3,4; Class Officer 4; Honor Roll 1,2; Newspaper Staff 1,2,3,4; Annual Staff 3,4. PAUL MEIER—A Cappella Choir 1,2,3,4; Letter Winner 4; Basketball 3; Class Officer 1,2; Honor Roll 2,3,4; Student Council 1,2, 3,4; Annual Staff 1,2. MARGIT MOEN—Senior Band 1, 2,3,4; Pep Band 1,2,3,4; A Cappella Choir 1,2,3,4; Letter Winner 1,2,3,4; Orchesis 1; Class Officer 3; Homecoming Attendant 3; Pep Club 3,4; FHA 1,2, 3,4; Newspaper Staff 1,3,4; Annual Staff 4; Honor Roll 1,2,3,4; Badger Girls' State. GAYLE NYSTED—Orchesis 1; A Cappella Choir 1; Twirler 2; Homecoming Attendant 2; Prom Attendant 3; FHA 1,2; Pep Club 3,4; Letter Winner 3,4; Student Council 4; Newspaper Staff 1,2,4; Cheerleader 1,2,3,4. MONICA OLSON--Orchesis 1; Pep Club 3, 4; FHA 1,2,4; Newspaper Staff 4. JOE PINK--Color Guard 1,2,3,4; A Cappella Choir 1,2,3,4; Letter Winner 4; Annual Staff 2,3,4; Prom Attendant 3; Basketball 3,4; Track 4; Pep Club 3; Library 1, 2; FFA 1,2,3,4; FFA Officer 3,4. TOM RITSCHARD—A Cappella Choir 1,2, 3,4; Madrigal Swing Choir 1,2,3,4; Letter Winner 1,2,3,4; Class Officer 2,3,4; Student Council President 4; Newspaper Staff 2; Annual Staff 3,4; Annual Editor 4; Homecoming Attendant 1; Prom King 3; FFA 2,3,4; FFA Officer 4; Football 1,2,3,4; Football All-Conference 3,4; Basketball 1,2; Track 2,3,4; Baseball 1, 2,3,4; Lettermen's Club 3,4. ALAN TOLLAKSON—One-Act Play 3,4; Student Council 4; Newspaper Staff 4. JEAN UPDIKE--FHA 1. GREG UPWARD—Senior Band 1,2, 3,4; A Cappella Choir 1,2, 3,4; Madrigal Swing Choir 2,3,4; Pep Band 1,2,3,4; Student Director 4; Letter Winner 1,2,3,4; Annual Staff 3. JIM WENGER--A Cappella Choir 1,2,3,4; Homecoming Attendant 4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Track 4; Baseball 2,3,4; Football 1,2,3,4; Letter Winner 2,3,4; Lettermen's Club 3,4; Class Officer 4; Student Council 4; Honor Roll 1,2,3,4. PAULA WENGER—Senior Band 1,2,3,4; A Cappella Choir 1,2,3,4; Madrigal Swing Choir 1,2,3,4; Pep Band 1,2,3,4; Letter Winner 1,2,3,4; Prom Queen 3; Pep Club 3,4; Pep Club President 4; Cheerleader 3; Orchesis 1; Girls' Track 1; Newspaper Staff 1,2, 4; Annual Staff 3,4; FHA 1,2,3,4. TEENA W1LHELMSON—Senior Band 1,2,3,4; Pep Band 1,2; A Cappella Choir 1,2,3,4; Cheerleader 1,2,3,4; Letter Winner 1,2,3,4; Girls' Track 1; Orchesis 1; Annual Staff 3,4; Student Council 1,3; Newspaper Staff 4; Prom Attendant 3; Pep Club 3,4; Dramatics 4; Forensics 4; One-Act Play 4; FHA 1,2,4; FFA 4. 40ORGANIZATIONSFRONT: Denise Nelson, Cary Craft, Janet Smith, Erin McDonald, Tanna Severson, Linda Wyttenbach, RoxAnne Paulson, Gail McDonald, Jeannie Wirtz, Sherry Krahenbuhl, Jessica Weaver, Mary Jane Schild, Teena Wilhelmson, Joy Zuidema. SECOND ROW: Laurel Vlasak, Linda Fransen, Kim Penniston, Valerie Hunter, Laurie Peterson, Sharon Emberson, Susan Anderson, Chris Nelson, Joyce Pink, Diane DeNure, LeAnn Craft, Cherrie Lof-gren, Janet Severson, Heidi Rossing, Jane Fransen. THIRD ROW: LuAnn Wilhelmson, Shelley Meyer, Randy Flannery, Brent Erickson, Jeanne Bredeson, Paula Wenger, Julie Swingen, Karen Ma-kos, Debra Meier, Renee Gordee, Dan Bredeson, Jon Thompson, Scott Ritschard, Pam Schliem, Shelley Erickson. FOURTH ROW: Steve Rossing, Joe Pink, Lyle Hendrickson, Barbara Fisher, Rich Gordee, Dan McGinnity, Brian Nelson, Greg Upward, Craig Gruenberg, Paul Meier, Gary Vlasak, Carl Weibel, Tom Ritschard, Ron Nipple, Julie Wirtz. BACK: Karen Hildenbrand, Stacy Campbell, Susan Johnson, Laurel Brue him an, Kim Gruenberg, Gail Fisher, Melody Berg, Maureen McGinnity, Kevin Baumann, Margit Moen, Jana Erickson, Connie Flint, Debbie Montgomery, Beverly Erickson. 42TOP, FRONT: Donna Weaver, Joyce Pink, Janet Severson, Marsha Pickett, Karen Schmid. SECOND ROW: Jeannie Wirtz, Laurie Peterson, Laura Rossing, Linda Thoreson. THIRD ROW: Sharon Emberson, Connie Flint, Karen Makos, Marilyn Godfrey. FOURTH ROW: Shelley Erickson, Teena Wilhelm-son, Sharon Fischer, Deb Montgomery, Vivian Boe-gli. FIFTH ROW: Michelle Holmes, Monica Olson, Paula Wenger, Linda Wyttenbach. BACK: Gail Fisher, Linda Fransen, Beverly Erickson, MargitMoen, Jeanne Bredeson. MIDDLE, FHA OFFICERS: Linda Wyttenbach, Chris Stein, Gail Fisher, advisor P. Opsal, LeAnn Craft, Debbie Montgomery. BOTTOM, FRONT: Carol Bertel-rud, Helen Erickson, Julie Swin-gen, Heidi Rossing, Julie Wirtz, Laurel Vlasak. SECOND ROW: Jami Meyer, Kathy Garrison, Joy Zuidema, Denise Nelson, Jessica Weaver. THIRD ROW: Shelley Meyer, Melody Berg, Ruth Moen, Linda Smith, Tanna Severson, Pam Schliem. BACK: Jane Fransen, LeAnn Craft, DeAnn Ny-sted, Chris Stein, LuAnn Wil-helmson, Renee Gordee, Erin McDonald. FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA 44FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA TOP, FRONT: Steve Hanson, Kim Godfrey, Kirk Wenger, Loren Bruehl-man, Cary Craft, Roy Schmid, Scott Ritschard, Larry Wahl, Jim Sch-lafi, Walter Hartwig, Bob Bartels. SECOND ROW: Peter Weibel, Bob Berget, Kevan Hartwig, Ron Nipple, Larry Erickson, Jerry Pittz, Brian Wyttenbach, Dean Gerber, Harlan Erickson, Randy Flannery. THIRD ROW: Richard Brandt, Bill Bartels, Larry Moen, Suzanne Olson, Jean Sauder, Mike Aebly, Mark Schmid, Steve Dam men, David Sauder. BACK: Kenneth Frei, Bruce Hanson, Dan Bredeson, Rich Hendrickson, Greg Stamm, John Engeli, Daryl DeNure, Jim Pittz, Mark Upward. MIDDLE, FFA OFFICERS: Rich Gordee, Tom Ritschard, advisor W. Fischer, Joe Pink, Greg Flannery, Robin Berg, A1 Johnson. BOTTOM, FRONT: Greg Flannery, John Pittz, Rene Hendrickson. SECOND ROW: Steve Brandt, Robin Berg. THIRD ROW: Shelley Erickson, Tom Ritschard, Teena Wilhelmson. FOURTH ROW: Jon Erickson, Rich Gordee. BACK: Joe Pink, A1 Johnson, Dan Ball. 45TOP, FRONT: Jana Erickson, Joyce Pink, Janet Severson, Kira Penniston, Susan Anderson, Julie Swingen, Joy Zui-dema, Denise Flannery. MIDDLE: Gail McDonald, Laura Rossing, Jeanne Bredeson, Maureen McGinnity, Sharon Eraberson, Karen Makos, Gwen Kleiser, Kathy Campbell. BACK: Linda Wyttenbach, RoxAnne Paulson, Debbie Montgomery, Christine Stein, Pamela Schliem, Kathy McGinnity, Connie Flint, Julie Wirtz, Donna Weaver. MIDDLE: literary editor Michelle Holmes, advisor Gene Findlay, production editor Beverly Erickson. BOTTOM, senior staff members, CLOCKWISE: Gayle Nysted, Stacy Campbell, Michelle Holmes, Margit Moen, Linda Fransen, Teena Wilhelmson, Gail Fisher, Paula Wenger, Monica Olson, Beverly Erickson, Sharon Fischer. NEWSPAPER STAFFANNUAL STAFF TOP LEFT, SENIOR STAFF MEMBERS, CLOCKWISE: Teena Wilhelmson, Tom Ritschard, Margit Moen, Stacy Campbell, Paula Wenger, Rich Gordee, Craig Gruen-berg, Ed Anderson, Joe Pink, Paul Meier, Beverly Erickson, Linda Fransen, Gail Fisher, Gail McDonald. TOP RIGHT: business manager Craig Gruenberg, Advisor Don Schoenick, editor Tom Ritschard. BOTTOM, FRONT: Steve Rossing, Dan Bredeson, Mary Jane Schild, Jana Erickson, Susan Anderson. MIDDLE: Jon Thompson, Maureen McGinnity, Valerie Hunter, Kim Penniston. BACK: Laura Rossing, Dan McGinnity, Debbie Montgomery, Janet Severson, Connie Flint.THIS PAGE, BOTTOM FRONT: Laurel Bruehlman, Susan Anderson, Diane DeNure, Denise Vinger, Debra Vinger. SECOND ROW: Julie Swingen, Kathy McGinnity, Connie Flint, Janet Smith, Pam Schliem, Laurel Vlasak, Gail Fisher, Jana Erickson. THIRD ROW: Heidi Rossing, Debbie Penniston, Rona Erickson, Ann Ritschard, Kristi Thompson, Kelly Kline, Sheri Bahe, Jackie Olson, Linda Fransen, Debbie Montgomery, Jane Fransen. FOURTH ROW: Janet Severson, Karen Hildenbrand, Cherrie Lofgren, Kevin Baumann, Mary Jane Schild, Roger Tourdot, Steve Larson, Darlene Hanson, Annette Wenger, Tom Rossing, Billy W'at-kins, Lee Montgomery. BACK: Jessica Weaver, Danny Penniston, Paul Wenger, Julie Wirtz, Kirk Wenger, Nate Sch-lafli, Shelley Meyer, Stacy Campbell, LuAnn Wilhelmson, Dan Bredeson. NEXT PAGE, BOTTOM FRONT: Bonnie Barry, Greg Upward, RoxAnne Paulson, Maureen McGinnity, Margit Moen. SECOND ROW: Paula Wenger, Rich Gordee, Barbara Fisher, Carl Weibel, Susan Larson, Lorna Ritschard, Denise Nelson, Sherry Krahenbuhl, Erin McDonald. THIRD ROW: Brenda Bredeson, Marie Gabioud, Denise Flannery, Kirk Baumann, Susan Johnson, Jill Wirtz, Marta Anderson, Connie Hendrickson, Valerie Hunter, Teen a W'ilhelmson, Renee Gordee, Jeanne Bredeson, Gail McDonald. BACK: Peter Weibel, Sharon Em be rson, Dan McGinnity, Ronald Gordee, Jada Steiner, Lyle Hendrickson, Brent Erickson, Brian Nelson, Steve Rossing, Chris Nelson, Laurie Peterson. 48SENIOR BAND LEFT, KNEELING: Joy Zui-dema, Chris Zuidema, Kathy Kammerud. STANDING: LeAnn Craft, Ed Anderson, Beverly Erickson, Cletus Pink, Kim Penniston, Jon Thompson, Joyce Pink, Joe Pink, Sharon Fischer. 49TOP: Michelle Holmes, Barbara Fisher, Teena Wilhelmson, Pamela Schliem. BOTTOM, FRONT: Linda Wyttenbach, Sherry Krahenbuhl. BACK: Joyce Pink, Mr. Hass el, Janet Severson, Jean Sauder. 50BOTTOM LEFT, FRONT: Karen Makos, Jeanne Bredeson, Maureen McGinnity, Laurel Bruehl-man, Joyce Pink. MIDDLE: Teena W i 1 h e lm s on, Michelle Holmes, Sus an Anderson, Rox-Anne Paulson. BACK: LeAnn Craft, Chris Stein, Renee Gor-dee, Deb Montgomery. Other forensic participants not in group picture: TOP LEFT, FAR LEFT: Sharon Embers on and TOP RIGHT, SITTING: Donna Weaver. 51FRONT: Mary Jane Schild, Shelley Erickson, Debbie Montgomery, Valerie Hunter, RoxAnne Paulson. SECOND ROW: Maureen McGinnity, Susan Anderson, Laura Rossing, Linda Fransen, Paula Wenger. THIRD ROW: Mr. Schoe-nick, Craig Gruenberg, Carl Weibel, Steve Rossing, Lyle Hendrick son, Dan Bredeson. BACK: Dan McGinnity, Tom Ritsc-hard, Ed Anderson, Brian Nelson, Greg Upward, Scott Ritschard. MADRIGAL SWING CHOIR 52LIBRARY SITTING: Rich He ndrickson, Donna Weaver, Susan Johnson, Jeanne Bredeson. STANDING: Vivian Boegli, LeAnn Craft, Linda Thoreson, Marsha Pickett, Linda Wyttenbach, Joyce Pink. UNDERCLASSMEN LETTER WINNERS STUDENT COUNCIL BOTTOM LEFT, SITTING: Alan Tollakson, Rene Hendrickson, Paul Meier, Denise Nelson, LuAnn Wilhelmson, Craig Gruenberg. STANDING: Gwen Kleiser, Chris Stein, Tom Ritschard, Joy Zuidema, GayleNysted, Rich Hendrickson, Jeanne Bredeson, Susan Anderson. BOTTOM RIGHT: Laura Rossing, Jim Wenger.it k Compliments of ¥ KEN'S SUNOCO R. FINLEY BARRY |uN0C Attorney at Law Argyle, Wisconsin it M SERVICE IS OUR BUSINESS Tune-ups Exhaust System Repair Guaranteed Lubrication and Oil Changes Darlington, Wis. ARGYLE INDUSTRIES REICHLING BROS. 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TOLLAKSON MEMORIALS Alfred Tollakson and Sons Argyle, Wisconsin Compliments of JOHNSON AND JOHNSTON LAW OFFICE Darlington, Wisconsin East Side Farm Equipment NEW 8c USED Hesston - Brady - kewanee - Meyers J 8c M - PAPEC - KASTEN - KOOLS Sioux Storage and Drying Meyer Morton and Tox-o-wik grain dryers JOHM L. DEMhlS PERGUSOh MONROE. WISCONSIN S3S66 Hwys. It a 16 East 600 325-2444 57BOX 181 ARGYLE. WISCONSIS 53504 Granville. III. Perry, Iowa Boswell, Ind. Dealers in Seed Corn, Alfalfas TOM RITSCHARD Phone 543-3564 Argyle, Wisconsin Isely Repair and Excavating Roger F. Isely Argyle, Wisconsin Phone 543-3104 BLANCHARDVILLE COOPERATIVE II 1 :i OIL ASSOCIATION Carl Wenger, Agent Telephone 543-4641 Argyle, Wisconsin Congratulations Class of ’73 ST. JOSEPH’S PARISH Father Kurz Argyle, Wisconsin For Berg Quality Barn Equipment See VERNUS LOFGREN General Contractor Telephone 543-3172 Argyle, Wisconsin HERFF JONES COMPANY Class Rings Dale Ferrell Tom McCauley Eau Claire, Wisconsin £5? Gifts for All Occasions A Complete Hallmark Line On the Square-Monroe (6tft (East!? 58BOARD OF EDUCATION TOP RIGHT: Superintendent Gerald Olson. TOP LEFT: Laverne Daly. MIDDLE: Virgil Hendrickson. BOTTOM LEFT: Richard Gordee, Sr. BOTTOM RIGHT: Mrs. Gierhart, district office secretary. 60CD TOP LEFT: Mrs. Bahe, high school secretary. TOP RIGHT: N e e 1 i a n Nelson, Sr. BOTTOM LEFT: Principal Ron Houle. BOTTOM RIGHT: Kaspar Berget. 61TOP: PAULETTE OPSAL, DON DALY, GLORIA CHRISTIANSEN. MIDDLE: RUDOLPH HASKEE, BERTH MUELLER WILLIAM HOGAN, JOANN WEYENBERG. BOTTOM: RON WAAGE, DON SCHOE-NICK, WAYNE FISCHER. 62TOP: DAVE BULLOCK, KAREN HOGAN, ELISE ROSS. MIDDLE: HERBERT HASSEL, NORMA AR-NOT, GEORGE RIS-BERG. BOTTOM: JEAN CHRISTIANSEN, ROBERT ARNOT, GENE FINDLAY. 63TOP: Custodians Mar-tin Bredeson, Jim Penniston. M I D D LE: Cooks Lillian Johnson, Leona Hyland, H e len Skattum, Mabel Dovre. BOTTOM: Library Aides Florence Tollakson, Nellie Berte. LIBRARY AIDES CUSTODIANS COOKS 64TOP: Linda Wyttenbach, Jeannie Wirtz, Donna Weaver, CarlWeibel. UPPER MIDDLE: Phillip Stietz, Laura Rossing, Karen Schmid, Steve Stauffacher, Marsha Pickets LOWER MIDDLE: RoxAnne Paulson, Maureen McGinnity, John Pittz, Jeff Penniston, Eileen McGrath. BOTTOM LEFT: Myron Nolty, Valerie Hunter, Susan Johnson, Rene Hendrickson, Karen Hildenbrand, Colleen McGrath. BOTTOM RIGHT: Gary Vlasak, Janet Severson, Janet Smith, Linda Thoreson, Ben Tester. 66TOP LEFT: Kim Penniston, Debbie Montgomery, Kevin Baumann, Karen Makos. TOP RIGHT: Robin Berg, Steve Brandt, Susan Anderson, Sandra Blum, Vivian Boegli. BOTTOM LEFT, FRONT: Glen Harry, Sharon Emberson, Jeanne Bredeson. MIDDLE: Marilyn Godfrey, Connie Flint. BACK: Greg Flannery. BOTTOM RIGHT, FRONT: Laurie Peterson, Joyce Pink, Robin Krebs. BACK: Brad Root, Chris Schmid.TOP LEFT: LeAnn Craft, Bruce Hanson, Shelley Meyer, Ruth Moen, Erin McDonald, Rich Hendrickson. TOP RIGHT: Kim Gruenberg, Dan Mc-Ginnity, Jana Erickson, Barbara Fisher. MIDDLE: Nate Schlafli, Dan Bredeson, Laure 1 Bruehlman, Christine Nelson. BOTTOM: S h e rry Krahenbuhl, B re nt Erickson, Cherrie Lofgren, Kenneth Frei, Larry Moen. 68TOP LEFT: Mark Schmid, Jon Thompson, Tanna Severson, Mary Jane Schild, Jean Sauder, LuAnn Wilhelmson. TOP RIGHT: Richard Brandt, Bill Bartels, Mike Aebly, Renee Gordee, Melody Berg. UPPER MIDDLE LEFT: Greg Stamm, Linda Smith, Jim Pittz, Christine Stein, Mark Upward, Pamela Schliem. LOWER MIDDLE LEFT: John Engeli, Kathy Kammerud, Daryl DeNure, Randy Campbell, Jane Fransen, Steve Dammen. BOTTOM: Cletus Pink, David Sauder, DeAnn Nysted, Steve Rossing, Suzanne Olson. 69FRESHMEN TOP: Carol Bertelrud, Debbie Meier, Larry Erickson, Harlan Erickson, Robert Berget. MIDDLE: Gwen Kleiser, Julie Swinge n, Jerry Pittz, Ricky Steiner. UPPER BOTTOM LEFT: Jami Meyer, Kevan Hartwig, Kim Godfrey, Steve Hanson, Heidi Rossing. BOTTOM LEFT: Kevin Root, Roy Schmid, Jim Schlafli, Ron Nipple. BOTTOM RIGHT: Larry Wahl, La ure 1 Vlasak, Peter We ib el, Jessica Weaver.TOP: Randy Flannery, Walter Hartwig, Kathy Ga rris on, Dean Gerber. MIDDLE LEFT: Charles Voegeli, Julie Wyttenbach, Julie Wirtz, Kirk Wenger, Brian Wyttenbach. MIDDLE RIGHT: Helen Erickson, Kathy Campbell, Lore n Bruehlman, Cary Craft, Bob Bartels. BOTTOM: Brian Nelson, Denise Nelson, Lyle Hendrickson, JoyZuidema, Scott Ritschard. 71TOP LEFT, CLOCKWISE: Denise Vinger, Christy Zuidema, Betty Lou Wire, Debra Vin-ger, Loma Ritschard, Janet Pittz. TOP RIGHT: Phillip Gavigan, Mike Flannery, Ronald Gordee, Harlan Flannery, Steve Flannery, Greg Isely. MIDDLE LEFT, CLOCKWISE: Shawn Burreson, Kirk Baumann, Richard Daramen, Ronald Bredeson, Andrew Anderson, Scott Fischer. MIDDLE RIGHT, FRONT: Sam Pattinson, David Olson, Paul Mudgett. BACK: Paul Wenger, Todd Wirtz, Tommy Holmes. BOTTOM LEFT, CLOCKWISE: Debbie Penniston, Connie Hendrickson, Rona Erickson, Kathy McGinnity, JoAnn Dun-la vy, Darlene Hanson. BOTTOM RIGHT: Bill Whitmar, Jeff Steiner, Dennis Schliem, Steve Larson, Kevin Phillips, Victor Schmidt, Ricky Penniston.TOP LEFT, CLOCKWISE: Marco Flannery, David C a rpe n te r, Ricky Nipple, Tom Tree, Nate Skattum, Lauren Guthrie, Lee Montgomery, Jeff Pickett. TOP CENTER, FRONT: Jill Wirtz, Denise Flannery, Claire Schmidt. BACK: Bonnie Barry, Susan Larson. TOP RIGHT: Steve Rossing. MIDDLE LEFT: Terry Tyler, Jackie Olson, Ann Ritschard, Annette Wenger, Joan Smith, Brenda Bredeson. MIDDLE RIGHT: Kelly Kline, Marie Gabioud, Kristi Thompson, Connie Garrison, Marta Anderson, Sheri Bahe. BOTTOM LEFT, STANDING: Steve Fischer, David Martin, Richard Moen, Paul Heins. SITTING: Kevin Erickson, Jonathan Hartwig, Jim Bruehlman, Mike Benson. BOTTOM RIGHT, SITTING: Steve Emberson, Dennis Coffey, Danny Penni-ston, Larry Kammerud, George Weaver, Fred Engeli. STANDING: Alan Lancaster, Billy Watkins, Mark Wyttenbach, John Wire. 73EIGHTH GRADE, FRONT: Rick Pen-niston, Harlan Flannery, Victor Schmidt, Steve Larson, Jeff Steiner, coach Daly. MIDDLE: Dennis Schliem, Bill Whitmar, Andrew Anderson, Richard Dammen. BACK: Todd Wirtz, Kevin Phillips, Steve Flannery, Paul Wenger, Shawn Burreson. SEVENTH GRADE, FRONT: Ricky Nipple, Lauren Guthrie, Jeff Pickett, Marco Flannery, David Carpenter, Lee Montgomery, coach Risberg. MIDDLE: Tom Rossing, Jim Bruehlman, Tom Tree, Richard Moen, Mike Benson. BACK: Danny Penniston, Billy Watkins, Mark Wyttenbach, Larry Kammerud, Steve Emberson, Dennis Coffey. 74ACTIVITIESPROM “72” When this year's graduating class held its prom "Country Road" was selected as their theme. The decorations consisted of pine trees, rocks and flowery scenesin a blue and yellow setting. The evening was highlighted by the crowning of Queen Paula W e n g e r by King T om Ritschard. TOP RIGHT: Attendants Joe Pink and Linda Fransen. BOTTOM RIGHT: Attendants Jon Erickson and Gayle Nysted. 76TOP LEFT: King Tom Ritschard, Queen Paula Wenger. TOP RIGHT: Miniature Queen Doreen DeNure, Miniature King K e i th Ritschard. BOTTOM LEFT: Attendants Ed Anderson, Stacy Campbell. BOTTOM RIGHT: Eric Anderson, Teena Wilhelmson.HOMECOMING “72” This year Argyle had a tremendous Homecoming cele-b rati on. King Dan Ball and Queen Sharon Fischer reigned over the festivities, many float entries provided a fine parade, a large crowd assembled at the park for the Bonfire-Pep Rally to create spirit and then the team beat Pecatonica 15-12 in the big game. "Saturday in the Park" was the theme for the dance. The court is identified on the following three pages. PAGE 78 TOP RIGHT: Queen Sharon Fischer, King Dan Ball. PAGE 79 BOTTOM LEFT: Seniors Beverly Erickson, Jim Wenger. PAGE 80 TOP RIGHT: Freshmen Julie Wirtz, Brian Nelson. MIDDLE LEFT: Juniors Debbie Montgomery, Steve Brandt. MIDDLE RIGHT: Sophomores Jane Fransen, Brent Erickson.75 Rooms Banquet Rooms Indoor Heated Pool P.O. Box 164 Highway 18-151 bast Mount Horeb, Wis. 53572 PHILLIPSON GARAGE Ford Cars and Trucks John Deere Farm Implements Argyle, Wis. Telephone: 543-3033 L. A. ROSSING COMPANY Serving the community for over 100 years Argyle. Wisconsin BLASER ELECTRIC 1219 Madison Street Darlington, Wisconsin Telephone: 776-2147 BERGET S JEWTLRY 1 ' Art Carved Diamonds Bulova — Caravelle — Accutron Watches Guaranteed Watch Repairing Argyle, Wis. Telephone: 543-3525 VINGER IMPLEMENT Your headquarters for Berg Barn Cleaners and Berg Stanchion Parts Moes Inflations Argyle, Wis. Telephone: 543-3533 HAWLEY'S LIVESTOCK Every Monday and Wednesday Argyle Wiota Hogs-Cattle-Calves-Feeder Pig? Bob Hawley Argyle. Wisconsin Yards Phone 543-3022 Residence Phone 543-3124 81THE REPUBLICAN JOURNAL PLCATONICA VALLEY GREEN for News Pictures Classified Advertising Darlington, Wis. Dial 776-4425 ENGSTAD CHEVROLET SALES Chevrolet Chevelle Nova Montecarlo Vega Camaro Corvette Blanchardville, Wisconsin Power C Light OUR CONCERN GOES BEYOND THE SUPPLYING OF ENERGY Hoot Penniston. Proprietor Rees Construction Co. JOHNNY SAXER SPORTING GOODS 9 South Main Street CRUSHED ROCK and AGRICULTURAL LIME JANESVILLE. Wisconsin 53545 Phone 325-6819 2918-llth Ave. BRUN1-M1LLER COMPANY MONROE. WISCONSIN 53566 Building Supply Store Custom Drapery Carpeting Interior Decorating Consultants Telephone 325-2117 Monroe I SCHULTZ PHARMACY Monroe’s Family Pharmacy Walgreen Agency Monroe, Wisconsin Telephone 325-2151 82FURNITURE AND APPLIANCE CITY PHILLIPS ANDSMITH Featuring Nationally Known Brands Top Quality at Low Prices 909 Thirtieth Street Monroe, Wisconsin Hellands Food Locker Service, Inc Juda, Wis. 53550 Slaughtering and complete meat processing — sides and quarters for sale Country food store , jg. SWIGGUM’S B EVER A GE DEPOT Beverages For All Occasions VALUE VILLAGE Monroe’s North Side DEPARTMENT STORE Monroe, Wisconsin Monroe, Wisconsin LAFAYETTE COUNTY CREAMERY Darlington, Wisconsin "Pecatonica Valley” Butter and Cheese “Spread-Mate” Butterineand Margerine 83Insurance for Town and SHAMROCK BAR Country Folks Alike Life. Health. Auto and Fire Mike and Dick Dale L. Schliem 1024 17th Avenue Residence 968-3417 Office 776-4455 Monroe, Wisconsin SPONSORS DISCH HARDWARE FURNITURE NewGIarus KOPP’S MACHINE SHOP Blanchardville JOSEPH CONNALLY Argyle Laundromat BOBI R S BADGER PAINT STORE Monroe BERNARD J. HANSON Amway Products OTIS J. W ENDT STUDIO Darlington DICK'S SUPER MARKET Darlington ADVANCE TRANSFORMER Co' Monroe G. STUART'S MEN'S SHOP Monroe KING'S KLOTHES Blanchardville VICK'S MARKET Blanchardville AL'S TRUCKINGCO. Darlington MIDW AY GRILL Blanchardville KIEL'S INC. Blanchardville KOHLI OFFICE SUPPLY Monroe DARLINGTON MILLING COMPANY OSTBY MOTORS Darlington CULLIGAN-MAN Darlington SWISS LANES NewGIarus CLAYTON W ATKINS Argyle OSTBY'S GARAGE — Argyle DAVIS IMPLEMENT Juda SKELLY'S BAR Argyle GAMBLE STORE Argyle Congratulations to the Here’s a class you're sure to miss. Class of'73 Be you Norsky, be you Swiss. from the We have talent irreplaceable As we’ll tell you face to faceable. FRESHMAN CLASS (CLASS OF’76) CLASS OF’73 84SIXTH GRADE TOP: Julie Bredeson, Tammy Nysted, Lori Flannery, George Guthrie, Julie Hauser, Lisa Hendrickson, Brenda Penn is ton, Mary Auestad. UPPER MIDDLE: Mr. Hagen, Mrs. Thompson, Tom Nelson, Douglas Busch, Byron Krahenbhul, Gary Dammen, Steve Johnson, Kreigh Baumann, John Gabioud. LOWER MIDDLE: Mrs. Rossing, Ronnie Piercy, Diane Kortman, Tom Pink, Gary Schmid, Lennie Tollakson, Brian Bredeson, Gary Krahenbuhl, Betty Nolty. BOTTOM: Mark Johnson, Daryl S c h 1 i e m, Jill P e n n is t on, Donald DeNure, Joe Coffey, Tammy Fischer, Nicki Meier.FIFTH GRADE TOP, SITTING: Keith Karamerud, Jim Lewis, Dan Tree, Dorsey Penn-iston. STANDING: Gerald Bruehl-man, KatyAmorose, Shirley Moen, Betty Engeli, Mark Jackson. MIDDLE LETT, GIRLS: Karen Olson, Cathie Hauser, Wendy Heiser, Julie Ball. BOYS: Neil Olson, Jim Montgomery, Billy Zuidema, David Willie, Ronnie Martin, Alan Soper. MIDDLE RIGHT: Mrs. Pederson, Mr. Hyland. BOTTOM LEFT, SITTING: Marty Peterson, Robert Fuchs, Danny La n c a s te r , Scott Heiser. STANDING: Holly W i r tz , Brent Penniston, Lynn Wire, Kevin Gruenberg, Jeff Dammen, Cindy Craft. BOTTOM RIGHT: Susie Dis-rud, Kent Wilhelmson, Ramona Gordee, Kim Hanson, Ernie Hess, Wendy Paske, Jon Whitmar, Neal Hendrickson, Janet Ihus. 87TOP LEFT: Mrs. Moen (4), Mrs. Bleiler (3-4), Mrs. Wenger (3). TOP RIGHT, BOYS: Gary Patti ns on, Kurt Tol la ks on, Lance Erickson, Dennis Meier. GIRLS: Stacy Meyer, Pam Johnson, Vicki Tollakson. MIDDLE Richie Hanson, Brian Treuthardt, Larry Dammen, Krissy Amorose, Steve Flannery, Bonnie Kay Flannery, Laura Engeli. BOTTOM LEFT: Randy Schliem, Alan Berg, Royal Berg, Nancy Moen, Jean Dun-la vy, Judy Fisher, Lorri Schmidt. BOTTOM RIGHT: Jerry Bredeson, Laurie Holmes, Reynold Saalsaa, Deanna Benson, Scott Hauser, Tammy Johnson, Terry Moen. 88THIRD GRADE TOP LEFT, STANDING: Shirlene Hartwig, Art Thompson, Nannette Dammen. SITTING: Joe Hauser, Delbert DeNure. TOP RIGHT: Duane Garrison, William Wire, Julie Saalsaa, Ma rga re t Spears, Ricky Vinger, Danny Nelson. MIDDLE: Susie Stauffacher, Rhonda Bredeson, Rita Olson, Jack Fuchs, Tom Davis, Don Penniston, Denita Benson, Tammy Ihus. BOTTOM LEFT: Carol Engeli, Steven Tollakson, Gwen Schlafli, Connie McGrath, Rhonda Dickson , Jim Tree, Amy Krahenbuhl, Kevin Johnson. BOTTOM RIGHT, FRONT: Sheila Hendrickson, Christine Bruehlman, Debbie Kipfer, Caroline Rossing. BACK: Jeff Makos, Mike Flannery, Randy Upward, Jim Whitmar. 89TOP LEFT: Mrs. Schraepfer, Mrs. Anderson. TOP RIGHT, KNEELING: Dennis La n c a s te r, David Damme n; S T A N DING: Renee Saalsaa, Darci Piercy, Mary Wyt-tenbach, Connie Nolty, Christine Krebs, Eddie Hauser. MIDDLE LEFT, FRONT: Brian McDonald, Debbie Tree, Julie Benson, Krystal Johnson; BACK: Krystal Penniston, David Dammen, TomHartwig, Lori Peterson. MIDDLE RIGHT: Jay Meyer, Jana Stephens, Randy Swingen, Ann Johnson, Lonnie VanDusen, Roberta Olson, Bobby Flannery. BOTTOM: Scott Canon, Donald Brandt, Nicki Moen, John Amorose, Randy Berg, Pam Steiner, Lisa Brandt, Margaret Wil-helmson. 90TOP LEFT, FRONT: Joel Nall, Doreen DeNure, Mary Jo Wilhelmson, Mary Ellen Oman, Abby Spears, Darin Burreson; UP STEPS: Brian Pickett, Gerald Wahl, Barry Heiser. TOP RIGHT: Mrs. Mindermann, Mrs. Penniston, MIDDLE, FRONT: Tom Daly, Scott Stamm, John Tollak-son; BACK: Laurie Jackson, Jenny Wyttenbach, Sandra Paske, Penny Canon, Rose Engeli, Kristine Johnson. BOTTOM: Danny Treuthardt, Keith R i ts cha rd , Jolene Lewis, Heidi Broge, Kevin Bahe, Donald Guthrie, Connie Severson, Debra Brandt, Julie Hogan. 91KINDERGARTEN TOP: Chuck Hendrickson, Laurie VanDusen, Lynette Erickson, Steven Argali, David Soper, Caramel Berg, AmyBredeson, David Brandt, Gene Treuthardt, Beth Dunlavy, Leland Schild, Julie Pittz, Mark Flannery, Rebel Krebs. MIDDLE: Kurt Flannery, Todd Neuenschwander, Allison Berg, Timmy Daly, Richie Dallman, Carrie Wytten-bach, Wendy Canon, Laura Penniston, Allan Blumer, Lisa Peterson, Todd Flannery. BOTTOM: Miss Cress on, Linda Gavigan, Jeff Johnson, Diane Hendrickson, Daryl Dammen, Kim Andrews. 92AUTOGRAPHSAUTOGRAPHS 94AUTOGRAPHS 95  I t


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