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

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■ TREASURED ECHOES Nineteen Seventy-Four Volume Twenty-Six Argyle High School Argyle, WisconsinThe "big A" is the theme of the 1974 edition of Treasured Echoes. It was introduced to us last year and has added a new dimension to our school life. May the "big A" be only a beginning attraction and persuade you to continue further into the depths of the 1973-1974 school year. Table of Contents Organizations ......................... 3 Seniors....... ....................... 19 Underclassmen ........................ 35 Activities ........................... 47 Faculty............................... 53 Sports................................ 61 School Life........................... 73 Elementary ........................... 85 2TROMBONES: Jada Steiner, Lyle Hendrickson, Brian Nelson, Steve Rossing, Chris Nelson, Laurie Peterson. CLARINETS: Lori Flannery, Kreigh Bauman, Kelley Kline, Kristi Thompson, Debbie Penniston, Laurel Vlasak, Connie Flint, Julie Swing-en, Denise Vinger, Laurel Bruehlman, Susan Anderson, Debra Vinger, Kathy McGinnity, Janet Smith, Heidi Rossing, Rona Erickson, Claire Schmidt, Jackie Olson, Ann Ritschard. BASSOON: Pam Schliem. BASS CLARINET: Barb Fisher. ALTO CLARINETS: Jana Erickson, Len Tollakson. OBOES: Mary Auestad, Bonnie Barry. TRUMPETS, FRONT: Janet Severson, Karen Hildenbrand, Kevin Bauman, Mary Jane Schild, Lynn Wurster. MIDDLE: Roger Tourdot, Steve Larson, Larry Wahl, Darlene Hanson, Annette Wenger, Tom Rossing, BACK: Bill Watkins, Joe Coffey, Lee Montgomery, Julie Bredeson, Gary Krahen-buhl. FLUTES: Jill Penniston, Julie Hauser, Tammy Fischer, Lisa Hendrickson, Sue Larson, Lorna Ritschard, Denise Nelson, Sherry Krahenbuhl, Erin McDonald, Laura Rossing, RoxAnne Paulson, Maureen McGinnity. BARITONES: Renee Gordee, Cheri Lofgren. SAXOPHONES: Jane Fransen, Marie Gabioud, Susan Johnson, Carl Weibel, Debbie Montgomery, Denise Flannery Brenda Bredeson. PERCUSSION, FRONT: Shelley Meyer, Julie Wirtz, Dan Penniston, Jessica Weaver, BACK: Dan Bredeson Kirk Wenger, Nate Schlafli, LuAnn Wilhelmson. TUBAS: Peter Weibel, Sharon Emberson, Dan McGinnity. FRENCH HORNS: Brenda Penniston, Jill Wirtz, Marta Anderson, Connie Hendrickson, Valerie Hunter.BOTTOM LEFT: Pom Pom G i r I s Joy Zuidema, Christy Quidema Mary Johnson, Connie Garrison, Ann Johnson. BOTTOM RIGHT: Twirlers Joyce Pink, Melody Berg, Linda Smith, LeAnn Craft, Majorette Kim Penniston.Amidst scenes of pep band and concert band appearances, at top left we have the only reminder available at final yearbook copy time of the music department's production of the musical, "The Boy Friend," on April 26 and 28. Middle left finds Rox-Anne Paulson leading the basketball pep band in our national anthem.ABOVE, MAD RIGA L SWING CHOIR, FRONT: Dan McGin-nity, Brian Nelson, Scott Fischer, Lyle Hendrickson, Carl Weibel. MIDDLE: Cletus Pink, Dan Bredeson, Steve Rossing, Scott Ritschard, Kevin Baumann. BACK Maureen McGin-nity, Mary Jane Schild, Debbie Montgomery, RoxAnne Paulson, Laurel Bruehlman, Denise Vinger, Valerie Hunter, Debbie Vinger. Not pictured: Susan Anderson, Laura Rossing, Kathy McGinnity. LEFT, A CAPPELLA CHOIR, FRONT: Denise Nelson, Debbie Penniston, Denise Vinger, Debbie Vinger, Mary Jane Schild, Sherry Krahenbuhl, Heidi Rossing, Scott Ritschard, Cary Craft, RoxAnne Paulson, Connie Hendrickson, Dennis Sc h I i e m, Janet Smith, Todd Wirtz. SECOND ROW: LuAnn Wilhelmson, Jada Steiner, Tanna Severson, Jane Fransen, Janet Severson, Shelley Meyer, Darlene Hanson, Christy Quidema, Rona Erickson, Erin McDonald, Jessica Weaver, Cletus Pink, Joy Zuidema, Lorna Ritschard. THIRD ROW: JoAnn Dunlavy, Roger T o u r d o t. Laurel V I a sa k, K i m Penniston, L a u ri e Peterson, Linda Smith, Sharon Emberson, Pam Schliem, LeAnn Craft, Valerie Hunter, Laura Rossing, Julie Wirtz, Scott Fischer, Cher-rie Lofgren. FOURTH ROW: Steve Rossing, Kim Gruenberg, Larry Wahl, Victor Schmidt, Lyle Hendrickson, Dan McGinnity, Brian Nelson, Carl Weibel, Barb Fisher, Steve Larson, Laurel Bruehlman, Maureen McGinnity, Larry Erickson, Dan Bredeson. BACK: Susan Anderson, Renee Gordee, Chris Nelson, Debbie Montgomery, Connie Flint, Kevin Baumann, Melody Berg, Susan Johnson, Karen HiIdenbrand, Kathy McGinnity, Julie Swingen, Carol Bertelrud, Debbie Meier, Joyce Pink, Karen Makos. 9Future Homemakers of America TOP, Frw-MMi: jectrine oreaesun, unaa vvyuenDacn, janei Smith, Connie Flint, Laurie Peterson, Mrs. Emberson. SECOND ROW: Ruth Moen, Shelley Meyer, Mary Jane Schild, Tanna Severson, Jane Fran sen, Pam Schliem, Sherry Krahenbuhl, Renee Gordee. THIRD ROW: Melody Berg, Jami Meyer, Kathy Garrison, Joy Zuidema, Julie Swingen, Carol Bertelrud, Linda Smith. FOURTH ROW: LeAnn Craft, Darlene Hanson, Rona Erickson, Denise Vinger, Debbie Penniston, Connie Hendrickson, Lorn a Ritschard, Betty Wire. BACK: Chris Stein, Jada Steiner, Kathy McGinnity, Debra Vinger, Janet Pittz, JoAnn Dunlavy, Kristy Zuidema, Jeannie Wirtz. FHA OFFICERS, BOTTOM: Advisor Mrs. Emberson, President Linda Wyttenbach, Vice-President Jeanne Bredeson, Historian Janet Smith, Reporter Connie Flint, Secretary Laurie Peterson, Treasurer Chris Stein. 10TOP, FFA OFFICERS: Advisor Mr. Fischer, President Robin Berg, Vice-President Steve D mmen. Secretary Dave Sauder, Treasurer John Engeli, Reporter Mike Aebly, Sentinel Greg Flannery. BOTTOM, FRONT: Mr. Fischer, Ben Tester, Rene Hendrickson, Chris Schmid, Robin Berg, Steve Brandt, Greg Flannery, Bob Ber-get. SECOND ROW: Lynn Wurster, Nate Schlafli, Richard Brandt, Dan Bredeson, Mike Aebly, Steve Dammen, Greg Stamm, Larry Moen, John Engeli. THIRD ROW: Bruce Hanson, Bob Bartels, Cary Craft, Walter Hartwig, Larry Wahl, Scott Rits-chard, Jerry Pi ttz, Steve Hanson, Ricky Ste i n e r, Kirk Wenger, Ron Nipple. FOURTH ROW: Larry Erickson, Dennis Schliem, Harlan Flannery, Kevin Phillips, Ri c k y Penniston, Mike Flannery, Randy Flannery, Dean G e rb e r, Jim Schlafli. FIFTH ROW: David Meyer, Jeff Wilhelmson, Roger Tourdot, Wayne Nysted, Tom Holmes, Steve Flannery, Ron Bredeson, Kevan Hartwig, Brian Wyttenbach, Mark Schmid, Paul Mudgett. BACK: Harlan Erickson, Roy Schmid, Kim Godfrey, Scott Fischer, Paul Wenger, Ron Gordee, Jim Pittz, Bill Bartels, Mark Upward, Dave Sauder. T! C —► p •-1 ct p ■-t 3 a ■-1 C 3 O 3 a -1 O PTOP: Business manager Valerie Hunter, advisor Don Schoenick, editor Debbie Montgomery. BOTTOM, FRONT: Dan McGinnity, Brian Nelson, Lyle Hendrickson, Barb Fisher. SECOND ROW: Debbie Montgomery, Debra Meier, Connie Flint, Maureen McGinnity, Susan Johnson. THIRD ROW: Julie Swingen, Carol Bertelrud, Steve Rossi ng, Mr. Schoenick, Karen Makos, Chris Nelson. FOURTH ROW: LuAnn Wilhelm-son, Valerie Hunter, Pam Schliem, Kevin Bauman, Joyce Pink, Laura Rossing, Kim Penniston. BACK: J an e Fra nse n, Heidi Rossing, Cherrie Lofgren, Jon Thompson, Shelley Meyer, Erin McDonald, Susan Anderson, Mary Jane Schild, Cletus Pink. 12TOP, FRONT: Laurel Bruehlman, Carl Wei be I, Dan McGinnity, Peter Weibel, Barbara Fisher, Carol Ber-telrud. Deb Montgomery. SECOND ROW: Advisor Gene Findlay, JoAnn Dunlavy, Connie Flint, Julie Swing-en, Maureen McGinnity, Kim Pen-niston. Sue Johnson. THIRD ROW: Laura Rossing, Karen Makos, Joyce Pink, Sharon Emberson, Chris Stein, Susan Anderson, PamSchliem. BACK: Jami Meyer, Kathy Garrison, Gwen Kleiser, RoxAnne Paulson, Linda Wytten bach, Janet Severson. BOTTOM: Advisor Gene Findlay, Production Editor Deb Montgomery, Circulation Editor Joyce Pink, Literary Editor Karen Makos. Argyle SentinelUnderclassmen Letter Winners FRONT: Larry Wahl, Robert Berget, Jim Pittz, Dan McGinnity, Brian Nelson, Barb Fisher, Laurel Bruehlman, Lynn Wurster Steve Larson. SECOND ROW: Julie Swingen, Chris Nelson, Kim Gruenberg, Ron Nipple, Randy Flannery, Dan Bredeson, Lyle Hendrickson, Jerry Pittz, Bob Golackson, Greg Stamm. THIRD ROW: Kathy McGinnity, Laurel Vlasak, Pam Schliem, Steve Dam men, Steve Rossing, Bruce Hanson, Rona Erickson, Peter Weibel, Cherrie Lofgren. FOURTH ROW: Denise Nelson, Sherry Krahenbuhl, De A n n Nysted, LuAnn Wilhelmson, Erin McDonald, Jane Fran-sen, Shelley Meyer, Nate Schlafli, Mike Aebly, Kirk Wenger. BACK: Loma Ritschard, Debbie Penniston, Heidi Rossing, Julie Wirtz, Jada Steiner, Denise Vinger, Darlene Hanson, Connie Hendrickson, Debra Vinger, Mary Jane Schild, Cletus Pink. f f I 14TOP, FORENSICS, FRONT: LeAnn Craft, Carl Weibel, Barb Fisher, Chris Stein, Sharon Emberson, Joyce Pink, advisor Herbert Hassel. BACK: Laurel Bruehlman, Maureen McGinnity, RoxAnne Paulson, Debbie Montgomery, Susan Anderson, Renee Gor-dee. MIDDLE, ONE-ACT PLAY, FRONT: Kirk Wenger, Randy Flannery, Carl Weibel, Laurel Bruehlman, Peter Weibel, Sharon Emberson. BACK: Pam Schliem, Joyce Pink, Julie Swingen, Carol Bertelrud, Kathy Garrison, Jami Meyer. BOTTOM: State forensics winner RoxAnne Paulson. 15Library Club LIBRARY CLUB: FRONT: Julie Wyttenbach, Sandra Blum, Donna W e a v e r, Janet Pittz, Chris S c h m i d. MIDDLE: Cheryl Go-lackson Vivian Boegli, Karen Schmid. BACK: Julie Swingen, Carol Bertelrud, Debra Meier, Kristy Zuidema, Joy Zuidema, JoAnn Dunlavy. STUDENT COUNCIL. FRONT: Ricky Penniston, Gary Vlasak Laura Rossing, Vivian Boegli. MIDDLE: Denise Vinger, LuAnn W i I h e I m son, Dan McGinnity, Dan Bredeson. BACK: Peter Wei-bel, Denise Vinger, Ron Nipple, Scott Fischer. Student Council 16GLENDENNING REDI-MIX, INC. CONCRETE PRODUCTS AND CONCRETE CONSTRUCTION DIAL 776-3842 BOX 147 Phone 325-8161 DARLINGTON. WISCONSIN 53530 Monroe, Wisconsin 53566 STEINER INSURANCE AGENCY Phone Office 543-4741 Home 543-6351 SOUTHWEST OFFICE PHONE 776-3366 RES. PHONE 776-3T6 L’S TRUCKING COMPANY DARLINGTON, WISCONSIN Ag. 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WISCONSIN 53566 Hwys. 11 a 10 East 600 325-2444 VALUE VILLAGE DEPARTMENT STORE Monroe, Wisconsin 18John Pittz Marilyn Godfrey Karen Makos Joyce PinkPhillip Stietz Vivian Boegli Mark Johnson Chris SchmidGlen Harry Rene Hendrickson Linda Wyttenbach . Ill I! « » i Greg FlanneryJudy Collins Laurie Peterson 24Janet Smith and Janet Severson RoxAnne Paulson Steve Brandt Ron PattinsonValerie Hunter Brad Root Robin Krebs Donna WeaverBen Tester Colleen McGrath Eileen McGrath Jeanne BredesonTOP, SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS: Secretary Karen Hi ide n b rand, T r e asurer M a u r een M c G i n n i t y, Vice-President Carl Wei-bel. President Karen Ma-kos. BOTTOM, SENIOR LETTER WINNERS, FRONT: Kevin Baumann, Steve Brandt, Brad Root. SECOND ROW: Deb Montgomery, Laura Rossing, Carl Weibel, Maureen McGinnity, Karen Makos, Karen Hildenbrand. THIRD ROW: Sue Johnson, Valerie Hunter, Janet Severson, RoxAnne Paulson, K i m Penniston, Sue Anderson. BACK: Jeff Penniston, Mark Johnson, Robin Berg, Gary Vlasak, Connie Flint, Laurie Peterson, Sharon Emberson. 31Senior Directory SUSAN ANDERSON—A Cappella Choir 1,2,3,4; Madrigal Swing Choir 3,4; Senior Band 1,2,3,4; Pep Band 1,2,3; Cheerleader 3,4; Letter Winner 1,2,3,4; Student Council 2,3; Annual Staff 2,3,4; Newspaper Staff 2,3,4; Pep Club 2,3; Forensics 2,3,4; Homecoming Attendant 4; Honor Roll 1,2,3,4; Typing Award 2; Outstanding Teenager 4. KEVIN BAUMANN—A Capella Choir 1,2,3,4; Madrigal Swing Choir 4; Senior Band 1,2,3,4; Pep Band 1,2,3,4; Football 4; Track 3; Lettermen's Club 4; Letter Winner 1,2,3,4; Annual Staff 4; Class President 3; Honor Roll 1,4. ROBIN BERG—Football 1,2,3,4; Basketball 3; Track 2; Lettermen's Club 3,4; Letter Winner 2,3,4; FFA 1,2,3,4; FFA President 4; FFA Officer 2,3,4; Livestock Production Award 2,3; Prom Attendant 3; Homecoming King 4. VIVIAN BOEGLI—Student Council 4; FHA 1,2,3,4; Pep Club 2,3; Library 3,4. SANDRA BLUM —FHA 1,2; Pep Club 2; Library 4; Honor Roll 1,2. STEVE BRANDT—FootbalI 1,2, 3,4; Football All-Conference 4; Lettermen's Club 1,2,3,4; FFA 1,2,3,4; Homecoming Attendant 3. JEANNE BREDESON — A Cappella Choir 1,2,3; Senior Band 1,2,3; Pep Band 1,2,3; Student Council 3; Letter Winner 1,2,3,4; FHA 1,2,3,4; FHA Officer 4; Newspaper Staff 2,3; Library 3; Dramatics 2; Forensics 2. SHARON EMBERSON—A C a p pe I I a Choir 1,2,3,4; Senior Band 2,3,4; Pep Band 2,3,4; Letter Winner 2,3,4; FHA 1,3; Newspaper Staff 3,4; One-Act Play 3,4; Forensics 2,3,4. GREG FLANNERY—Basketball 1; FFA 1,2,3,4; FFA Officer 3,4; Prom Attendant 3. CONNIE FLINT—A Cappella Choir 1,2, 3,4; Senior Band 1,2,3,4; Pep Band 1,2,3,4; Letter Winner 1,2,3,4; Annual Staff 2,3,4; FHA 1,2,3,4; FHA Officer 4; Newspaper Staff 2,3,4; Pep Club 2,3; Honor Roll 1,2. MARILYN GODFREY—FHA 3. RENE HENDRICKSON—Football 1; Student Council 3; FFA 1,2,3,4. GLEN HARRY. KAREN LEE HILDENBRAND—A Cappella Choir 1,2,3,4; Senior Band 1,2,3,4; Pep Band 1,2,3,4; Letter W i n n e r 1,2,3,4; Pep Club 2,3; Homecoming Attendant 2; Class 0 f f i c e r 4; Honor Roll 1,2,3,4. VALERIE HUNTER—A Cappella Choir 1,2,3,4; Madrigal Swing Choir 1,2,3,4; Senior Band 1,2,3,4; Pep Band 1,2,3,4; Letter Winner 1,2,3,4; Annual Staff 3,4; Annual Business Manager 4; Pep Club 2; Library 2; One-Act Play 2; Honor Roll 1,2, 3.4. MARK JOHNSON—Football 2,3,4; Basketball 2,3; Lettermen's Club 3,4; Letter Winner 2,3,4; Homecoming Attendant 4; Class Officer 3; Honor Roll 3. SUSAN JOHNSON—A Cappella Choir 1,2,3,4; Senior Band 1,2,3,4; Pep Band 2,3,4; Letter Winner 2,3,4; Annual Staff 4; FHA 1,2,3; Newspaper Staff 4; Pep Club 2,3; Library 3; Badger Girls State. ROBIN KREBS. KAREN MAKOS—A Cappella Choir 1,2,3,4; Letter Winner 4; Annual Staff 4; FHA 1,2,3; Newspaper Staff 1,2,3,4; Literary Staff Editor 4; Pep Club 2,3; Forensics 2,3; Class Officer 3,4; Class President 4; Honor Roll 1,2,3,4; Newspaper Staff Member of the year 3; Outstanding Teenager Award. MAUREEN MCGINNITY—A Cappella Choir 1,2,3,4; Madrigal Swing Choir 2,3,4; Senior Band 1,2,3,4; Pep Band 1; Cheerleader 1,2,3,4; Captain 4; Letter Winner 1,2,3,4; Student Council 1; Annual Staff 2,3,4; Newspaper Staff 1,2,3,4; Pep Club 2,3; Forensics 3,4; Homecoming Queen 4; Class Officer 1,4; Honor Roll 1,2,3,4; DA R 4; Outstanding Teenager 4. COLLEEN MCGRATH. EILEEN MCGRATH. DEBBIE MONTGOMERY— A Cappella Choir 1,2,3,4; Madrigal Swing Choir 2,3,4; Senior Band 1,2,3,4; Pep Band 1,2,3,4; Letter Winner 1,2,3, 4; Annual Staff 3,4; Annual Editor 4; FHA 1,2,3; FHA Officer 3; Newspaper Staff 2,3,4; Production Editor 4; Pep Club 2,3; Forensics 2,3,4; Homecoming Attendant 3; C lass Officer 1,3; Honor Roll 1,2,3,4; Outstanding T eenager 4; ROXANNE PAULSON—A Cappella Choir 1,2,3,4; Madrigal Swing Choir 1,2,3,4; Senior Band 1,2,3,4; Pep Band 1,2,3,4; Letter Winner 1,2,3,4; Newspaper Staff 1,2,3,4; Pep C.lub 2,3; Forensics 2,3,4; C lass President 1; Honor Rol I 1,2,3,4. JEFF PENNIS-TON—A Cappella Choir 1; Football 4; Basketball 3,4; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Track 3,4; Lettermen's Club 2,3,4; Letter Winner KIM PENNISTON—A Cappella Choir 1,2.3,4; Majorette 1,2,3,4; Letter Winner 4; Student Council 2; Annual Staff 2,3,4; Newspaper Staff 1,2,3,4; Pep Club 2,3; Prom Attendant 2,3; C lass Officer 1,3; Honor Roll 1,2,4. LAURIE PETERSON— A Cappella Choir 1,2,3,4; Senior Band 1,2,3,4; Pep Band 1,2,3,4; Letter Winner 1,2,3,4; FHA 3,4; FHA Officer 4; Pep Club 2,3; Forensics 2; Class Officer 2. JOYCE PINK—A Cappella Choir 1,2,3,4; Twirler 1,2,3,4; Letter Winner 4; Annual Staff 4; FHA 1,2,3; Newspaper Staff 1,2,3,4; One-Act Play 3,4; Forensics 2,3,4; Prom Attendant 3; Honor Roll 1,2,3,4. JOHN PITTZ—Basketball 1,2; Basketball Manager 3,4; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Letter Winner 1,2,3,4; Lettermen's Club 2,3,4. BRAD ROOT—Football 4; Track 3; Lettermen's Club 4; Letter Winner 3,4; Prom Attendant 3. LAURA ROSSING—A Cappella Choir 1,2,3,4; Senior Band 1,2,3,4; Madrigal Swing Choir 2,3,4; Pep Band 2,3,4; Cheerleader 2,3; Letter Winner 1, 2,3,4; Student Council 1,3,4; Annual Staff 2,3,4; FHA 1,2,3; Newspaper Staff 1,2,3,4; Pep Club 2,3; Forensics 2; Prom Queen 3; Homecoming Attendant 1; Class Officer 1; Honor Roil 1,2,3,4. CHRIS SCHMID—FFA 1,2,3,4; Library 3,4. KAREN SCHMID—FHA 3; Library 4. JANET SEVERSON—A Cappella 1,2,3,4; Senior Band 1,2,3,4; Pep Band 1,2,3,4; Letter Winner 1,2,3,4; Annual Staff 3; FHA 2,3; Newspaper Staff 3,4; Pep Club 2,3; Forensics 2; Prom Attendant 3; Class President 2; One-Act Play 2,3. JANET SMITH—A Cappella 1,2,3,4; Senior Band 1,2,3,4; Pep Band 2,3,4; Letter Winner 1,2, 3,4; FHA 1,2,3,4; FHA Officer 4; Pep Club 2; Forensics 2. PHILIP STIETZ. BEN TESTER—FFA 1,2,4; Prom Attendant 3. GARY VLASAK—A Cappella Choir 1,2,3; Football 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Lettermen's Club 2,3,4; Letter Winner 1,2,3,4; Student Council 4; Homecoming Attendant 2; C I a ss Officer 2; Lavern Lofgren Award. CARL WEIBEL—A Cappella Choir 1,2,3,4; Madrigal Swing Choir 2,3,4; Senior Band 1,2,3,4; Pep Band 1,2,4; Football 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2; Baseball 4; Track 1,2,3,4; Letter Winner 1,2,3,4; Student Council 2,3; Newspaper Staff 4; Dramatics 3,4; One-Act Play 4; Forensics 3,4; Prom King 3; Class Officer 2,4; Honor Roll 1,2,3,4; Alfred Ommodt Award. JEANNIE WIRTZ—A Cappella Choir 1,2,3; FHA 3,4; Pep Club 3. LINDA WYTTENBACK--A Cappella Choir 1,3; Senior Band 1; Pep Band 1; FHA 1,2,3,4; FHA President 3,4; Newspaper Staff 1,2,3,4; Pep Club 3; Library 3; Dramatics 2; Forensics 2; Prom Attendant 3. 32 MUMlGttit 00 MOBIL! HOMES When you're ready to set up housekeeping See us — we sell Quality Homes — We service what we sell. Highway 69 II. Monroe 325-8368 {surge) HOMER PICKETT South Wayne, Wisconsin Phone: 439-5336 SURGE For Berg Quality Barn Equipment See VERNUS LOFGREN General Contractor Telephone 543-3172 Argyle, Wisconsin When You Go Away to College Take Along a Friend "Your Hometown Newspaper” SCHULTZ PHARMACY MS Monroe s f amily Pharmacy sy-) NELSON MERCANTILE Walgreen Agency Monroe, Wisconsin Telephone 325-2151 o O V rz.j L. —.J L-Z3 FAMILY RESTAURANT 33ARGYLE ★ Compliments of ¥ INDUSTRIES R. FINLEY BARRY In the Industrial Park Attorney at Law ¥ Argyle, Wisconsin Argyle, Wisconsin Compliments of R. E. HUNTER, M.D. Physician and Surgeon Argyle, Wisconsin ARGYLE DAIRY Glen Kortmannn, Manager BERGET'S JEWELRY BENNETT'S DEEP ROCK STATION Surge Supplies Argyle, Wis. Art Carved Diamonds Bulova Caravelle — Accutron Watches Guaranteed Watch Repairing Argyle, Wis. Telephone: 543-3525 ARGYLE BEAUTY SALON Owner — Mary Flanagan Telephone 325-2963 Argyle, Wisconsin 34J' ITOP: Dan McGinnity, Jana Erickson, Laurel Bruehlman, Barb Fisher, Phil Gra-ber. LEFT CENTER: Renee Gordee, Jane Fransen, Bob Golackson, Kim Gruenberg. RIGHT CENTER: Linda Smith, Mary Jane Schild, Pam Schliem,Mark Schmid, Randy C a m p be 11. BOTTOM LEFT: Greg Stamm, Larry Moen, Dan Bredeson, Nate Schlafli. BOTTOM RIGHT: Jon Thompson, Christine Stein, Mark Upward, Lu-Ann Wilhelmson, Lynn Wurster. 36TOP: Suzanne Olson, Steve Rossing, Ruth Moen, Christine Nelson, Cletus Pink, Jim Pittz, DeAnn Nysted. UPPER CENTER: Tanna Severson, John Engeli, Melody Berg, DaveSauder, LeAnn Craft. LOWER CENTER LEFT: Daryl DeNure, Richard Brandt, Bill Bartels, Steve Dammen. LOWER CENTER RIGHT: Cheri Lofgren, Shelley Meyer, Bruce Hanson, Erin Me Donald, Sherry Krahenbuhl. BOTTOM: Richie Hendrickson, Mike Aebly. 37Sophomores TOP LEFT: Steve Hanson. TOP RIGHT: Helen Er ic kson, Kathy Campbell, Cary Craft, Harlan Erickson. UPPER CENTER: Roy Schmid, Ricky Steiner, Laurel Vlasak, Julie Swingen, Julie Wyttenbach. LOWER CENTER: Walter Hartwig, Lyle Hendrickson, Kirk Wenger, Kevin Hartwig, Kim Godfrey. BOTTOM: Robert Bartels, Bob Berget, Pam Blum, Carol Bertelrud, Loren Bruehlman. 38TOP, FRONT: Heidi Rossing, Jimmy Schlafli. BACKrScott Ritschard, Jerry Pittz, Denise Nelson, Kevin Root, Ron Nipple. LEFT CENTER: Pete Wei be I, Larry Wahl, Julie Wirtz, Brian Wyttenbach, Jessica Weaver. RIGHT CENTER: Joy Zuidema, Brian Nelson, Debra Meier, Jami Meyer, Frank Oliver. BOTTOM LEFT: Dean Gerber, Cheryl Golackson, Randy Flannery, Kathy Garrison, Larry Erickson. BOTTOM RIGHT: Gwen Kleiser. 39Marc Busch Scott Fischer, Rona Erickson, JoAnn Dunlavy. r Freshmen Sam Pattinson, Connie Hendrickson, Darlene Hanson, Tommy Holmes, Steve Larson, Greg Isely. Betty Wire, Debra Vin-ger, Kristy Zuidema, Jada Steiner, Denise Vinger. David Meyer, Patty Laughridge, Kathy Zilliox, Sheree Whitehead. 40TOP: Paul Mudgett, Kathy McGinnity, Debbie Penn-iston, Wayne Nysted. LEFT CENTER: Shawn Burreson, Richard Dammen, Harlan Flannery, Andrew Anderson, Kirk Bauman, Ron Bredeson. UPPER RIGHT CENTER: Todd Wirtz, David Olson, Kevin Phillips, Dennis Schliem, Ricky Penniston, Victor Schmidt. LOWER RIGHT CENTER: Lorna Ritschard, Janet Pittz, Roger Tourdot, Jeff Steiner. BOTTOM LEFT: Paul Wenger, Jeff Wilhelmson, Bill Whitmar. BOTTOM RIGHT: Ronald Gordee, Steve Flannery, Phillip Gavigan, Mike Flannery. 41EIGHTH GRADE. TOP: Mark Wyttenbach, Jim Bruehlman, Jeff Blum, Bill Watkins, John Wire, Larry Kammerud, Frank Badula, Paul Heins, George Weaver, Richard Moen. UPPER CENTER: Kelley Kline, Claire Schmidt, Joan Smith, Marie Gabioud, Ann Ritschard, Bonnie Barry, Kristi Thompson, Steven Blum, Dan Penniston, Marco Flannery, Steve Emberson, David Martin, Steve Fischer, Jonathan Hartwig. LOWER CENTER: Tom Golackson, Nathan Skatum,Fred Engeli, David C a r p e n t e r, Tom Rossing, Dennis Coffey, Allan Lancaster, Mike Benson, Mary Johnson, Connie Garrison, Marta Anderson, Jill Wirtz, Sue Larson, Denise Flannery. BOTTOM: Ricky Nipple, Brenda Bredeson, TerryTyler, Annette Wenger, Jackie Olson, Tom Tree, Jeff Pickett, Perry Graber, Lauren Guthrie, Lee Montgomery.SEVENTH GRADE. TOP: Tom Nelson, Gary Schmid, Lennie Tollakson, Tom Pink, Nicki Meier, Gary Krahenbuhl, Mike Putney, Gary Dammen. UPPER CENTER:'Bryon Krahenbuhl, Mark Johnson, John Gabioud, Steve Johnson, Daryl Schliem, Brenda Penniston, Tammy Fischer, Lisa Hendrickson, Lori Flannery, Jill Penniston. LOWER CENTER: Tammy Nysted, Diane Kortman, Ann Johnson, Julie Bredeson, Doug Busch, Joe Coffey, Kreigh Bauman, Donald DeNure, Brian Bredeson. BOTTOM: Mary Auestad, Chris Blum, Cindy Blum, Kathy Zuidema, Julie Hauser, George Guthrie. Junior HighEIGHTH GRADE, FRONT: Dan Pennis-ton, Tom Rossing, Dennis Coffey, Bill Watkins, Coach Daly. MIDDLE: Frank Bad-ula, Paul Heins, Jim Bruehlman, Lee Montgomery. BACK: Jeff Pickett, Perry Graber, Marco Flannery, David Carpenter, Tom Tree. SEVENTH GRADE, FRONT: Gary Krahen-buhl, Tom Nelson, Lennie Tollakson. Coach Rockelwitz. MIDDLE: Brian Bred-eson, Gary Dam men, Kreigh Bauman, Steve Johnson, Joe Coffey. BACK: Donald DeNure, Mark Johnson, Daryl Sch-liem, Bryon Krahen-buhl, Mike Putney. 44Compliments of PHILLIPSON GARAGE DORALO. ERICKSON Ford Cars and Trucks ERICKSON FUNERAL HOME John Deere Farm Implements Argyle, Wisconsin Argyle, Wis. Telephone: 543-3033 TOLLAKSON MEMORIALS Alfred Tollakson and Sons Argyle, Wisconsin ARGYLE LUMBER CO. Lumber — Coal Cement — Roofing Dial 543-3332 Argyle, Wisconsin BRUNI-MILLER COMPANY Building Supply Store Custom Drapery Carpeting Interior Decorating Consultants Telephone 325-2117 Monroe 45ENGSTAD Chevrolet Sales Blanchardville, Wisconsin Phone 523-4291 SKAIFE BROS. MARKET AND PROCESSING PLANT Quality meats and groceries Quality comes first! 523-4254 Blanchardville Power D Light OUR CONCERN GOES BEYOND THE SUPPLYING OF ENERGY Tom Arnot 46 ACTIVITIESThe class of 1974 well displayed t h e i r character by having "Imagine" as the theme of the 1973 prom. All entered the gym over a bridge with real water underneath, which was set in a spectacular garden containing an iron love seat, a little deer, toad stools, and last, but certainly not least, THE snake. The barnlike quality of the gym was reduced by a false ceiling and false walls. His Royal Highness Carl Weibel crowned Laura Rossing Queen to start the real festivities of the evening. The attendants were: Janet Severson and Robin Berg, Linda Wyttenbach and Brad Root, Kim Penniston and Ben Tester, and Joyce Pink and Greg Flannery. Miniature King and Queen were Carmel Berg and John Tollakson. 48King Robin Berg and Queen Maureen McGinnity reigned over Homecoming '73. The parade was excellent, and unfortunately the game was lost, but the dance was a success with the theme of " Let's Pretend" as played by the Bill Busch Trio. The attendants were seniors Mark Johnson and Susan Anderson, juniors Steve Rossing and DeAnn Nysted, sophomores Randy Flannery and Kathy Garrison, and freshmen Roger Tourdot and Denise Vinger. The juniors won the float competition with "We'll SQUAWSH 'em!" 50 FACULTY Board of Education PrincipalTHIS PAGE, TOP: Rudolph Haske. CENTER: Maureen Mackin, Ron Waage, Keith Rocklewitz, Herbert Hassel. B 0 TT 0 M: Robert Arnot, Don Daly, Pam Grout. OPPOSITE PAGE, TOP: Jean Christensen, Dave Bullock, Gloria Christensen, Paullette Ember-son. CENTER: William Hogan, Bertha Mueller, Norma Arnot. BOTTOM: Gene Findlay, Karen Hogan, Wayne Fischer, Don Schoenick. 56acuitycn J-h O •N Cfl D Uh - o O 0 GO TOP: High school secretary Pat Johnson, district secretary Margaret Gierhart. CENTER: Cooks Mabel Dovre, Helen Skattum, Lillian Johnson, Leona Hyland. BOTTOM: Janitors Martin Bred-eson, Jim Penniston, Mark Tollakson. 58MONROE BAKERY The Home of Swiss Bread and Pastries — Decorated Cakes 1007 — 16th Avenue Monroe, Wisconsin ARGYLE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE On the Move Welcomes you to Argyle For up-to-date SWIGGUM’S BEVERAGE DEPOT Men’s wear Liquor — Wine — Beer — Pop go to Party Snacks and Ice G. STUART’S Monroe's North Side Monroe, Wisconsin On the south side SPONSORS SKELLEY’S TAVERN — Argyle OSTBY MOTORS — Argyle LAFAYETTE CO OP CREAMERY CAMERA SHOP — Monroe FURNITURE APPLIANCE CITY, INC. — Monroe SOLOMON AUTOPARTS CO.. INC. — Monroe, Brodhead, Darlington CLARK’S SHOES — Monroe KOHLI OFFICE SUPPLIES — Monroe S O TV SERVICE AND MUSIC CENTER — Monroe ONE HOUR MARTINIZING — Monroe PIPER’S DREAM- Monroe TOP OF THE STAIRS (Hair Fashion)— Monroe REICHLING BROS. GARAGE — Darlington DARLINGTON FLORAL GIFT — Darlington L CPL. JAMES L. SKATTUM USMC — Guam, USA ROSA’S GREENHOUSES — Monroe REE’S CONSTRUCTION — Monroe OTIS J. WENDT STUDIO — Darlington KEN’S SUNOCO — Darlington ST. JOSEPH PARRISH — Argyle CLAYTON WATKINS —Argyle BOB'S GUN SHOP — Argyle OSTBY’S GARAGE — Argyle SWISS COLONY — Monroe 59L. A. ROSSING COMPANY Serving the community for over 100 years Argyle, Wisconsin JOHNNY SAXER SPORTING GOODS 9 South Main Street JANESVILLE, Wisconsin 53545 GEORGE ANO JOYCE LAGRANGE HWY. 176—1 BLOCK N. OF MWY. 11 SOUTH WAYNE W1S S3S87 CARTER GRUENEWALD CO., INC. ARCTIC CAT SNOWMOBILES B mir I.H., New Holland, New Idea, Fox, Leyland, Farmland P.O. Box 5 Juda, WI Phone: 934-5201 ZINKY REALTY CO.. INC. Clothing — Parts — Accessories L MSALES R.F.D. South Wayne, WI Real Estate and Developers George J. Zinky, President 3803 West Fond Du Lac Ave. Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53216 Telephone 445-0460 — Dining — Cocktails — 75 Rooms ----Indoor Heated Pool and Sauna 437-5545 60FRONT: Jeff Penniston, Richard Brandt, Mark Johnson, G ry Vlasak, Robin Berg, Brad Root, Kevin Bauman. SECOND ROW: Kim Gruenberg, Jim Pittz, Steve Rossing, Dan McGinnity, Brian Nelson, Robert Berget, Ron Nipple. THIRD ROW: Assistant coach Don Daly, Greg Stamm, Jerry Pittz, Bob Golackson, Steve Dammen, Randy Flannery, Larry Wahl, Jim Johnson, Phil Graber, Coach Dave Bullock. BACK: Nate Schlafli, Kirk Wenger, Scott Rits-chard, Mark Upward, Ricky Steiner, Kim Godfrey, Larry Erickson, Bruce Hanson. CONFERENCE STANDINGS TEAM W L T Pecatonica 8 0 0 Black Hawk 7 1 0 Holy Name 5 3 0 Brodhead 5 3 0 New Glarus 3 4 1 Belleville 2 4 2 ARGYLE 2 6 0 Barneveld 1 5 2 Juda 0 7 1 Football The Orioles faced inexperience at key positions and payed the penalty as they finished 2 and 7 on the year. Their opener was against New Glarus and was lost in the last 58 seconds, 20-14. They evened their slate against Bameveld as the Oriole backfield of Dan McGinnity, Steve Rossing and Bob Golackson combined for their finest output of the season with 237 yards rushing enroute to a 14-12 victory. We then traveled to Belleville for our first away game and lost, 12-6. Homecoming was our closest loss as we came out on the short e n d of a 14-13 decision. Conference champions Pecatonica, Milledgeville, Brodhead and Holy Name all victimized the Orioles before they could get bac k on the winning track with a 31-22 victory over Juda in the season finale. Dan McGinnity led the team in scoring and rushing, and Brian Nelson led in receptions. Steve Rossing scored on the longest pass play of the year (84 yards) and Dan McGinnity had the longest run from scrimmage (75 yards). Sophomore quarterback Jerry Pittz with almost no experience showed great poise and ran the team well. Co-captains Steve Brandt and Gary Vlasak were chosen on the all-conference team as both completed their high school careers with outstanding seasons. 62 MIDDLE: Offensive starting line-up. BOTTOM LEFT, FRONT: Dennis C of fey, Dan Pe n n i st on; BACK: Marco Flannery, Tom Rossi ng.Junior Varsity Football FRONT: Coach Don Daly, Ricky Steiner, Larry Wahl, Brian Nelson, Jim Johnson, Steve Larson. SECOND ROW: Kim Godfrey, Randy Flannery, Ron Bredeson, Ron Nipple, Larry Erickson, Harlan Flannery, Roger Tourdot. THIRD ROW: Jerry Pittz, Kirk Wenger, Scott Ritschard, Scott Fischer, Victor Schmidt, Bill Whitmar, Ricky Pen-niston, Jeff Steiner. FOURTH ROW: Paul Wenger, Dennis Schliem, Loren Bruehlman, Greg Isely, Steve Flannery. BACK: Richard Dammen, Tom Holmes, Wayne Nysted, Kirk Bauman, Mike Flannery, Todd Wirtz, Peter Weibel. FRONT: Dan McGinnity, Jeff Penniston, Brian Nelson, Gary Vlasak, Robin Berg, Bob Golackson. SECOND ROW: Steve Rossing, Advisor Ron Waage, Advisor Wayne Fischer, Dan Bredeson, Mike Aebly. THIRD ROW: Kevin Bauman, Kim Gruenberg, Bob Berget, Mark Johnson, Jerry Pittz. BACK: Scott Ritschard, Steve Dammen, Steve Brandt, Greg Stamm, Brad Root.Varsity Basketball FRONT: Nate Schlafli, Coach Ron Waage, Scott Ritschard. MIDDLE: Jerry Pittz, Steve Rossing, Dan Bredeson, Gary Vlasak. BACK: Brian Nelson, Dan McGinnity, Phil Graber, Jeff Penniston, Manager John Pittz. When the 1973-1974 basketball Orioles set a new team record for fouls in the first game of the season with 34 and then proceeded to break that with 36 in the second game a uniquely different season was promised for Argyle fans. A very young team of three sophomores, a junior and a senior was usually put on the court by coach Waage with Brian Nelson, Jerry Pittz, Scott Ritschard, Dan McGinnity and Gary Vlasak getting the most playing time while compiling a 3-16 season record. By the time the season was over the 1958-1959 high of 392 fouls was wiped out by a new total of 458 personals, an increase of 66. Jerry Pittz led the team in statistics with 263 points, .423 field goal percentage, .700 in free throws, 60 asists, 66 recoveries, 28 fumbles, 38 violations, 65 bad passes and 68 fouls with which he tied Dan McGinnity. Brian Nelson was the team's leading rebounder with 134. Jerry Pittz's high scoring effort was 29 points at Black Hawk. The only other player to score 20 points was senior Gary Vlasak against Belleville. SCORES OF GAMES: vs. Albany 92-44, 56-53; Juda 94-74, 63-65; Black Hawk 61-67, 33-68, 57-66; Holy Name 55-62; Orfordville 46-55; New Glarus 49-58; Belleville 53-63; Barneveld 57-68, 40-75; Belmont 62-74; Pecatonica 57-69; Brodhead 54-68, 72-92; Monticello 54-68, 44-89. FINAL STATE UNE LEAGUE TEAM STANDINGS •••••CONFERENCE" " •••••ALL GAMES "" TEAM W L Pet. TP OP W L Pet. TP OP Monticello 15 1.938 1131 737 18 2 .900 1359 950 Brodhead 14 2 .875 1241 1052 17 3 .850 1483 1267 Holy Name 14 2 .875 1053 868 16 3 .842 1258 1055 Black Hawk 10 6 .625 113 1 944 13 9 . 591 1532 1335 New Glarus 8 8 . 500 943 949 9 10 .474 1089 1139 Barneveld 7 9 .438 934 1003 7 12 .368 1090 1218 Pecatonica 7 9 .438 1161 1113 9 10 .494 1377 1316 Belleville 6 10.375 985 1046 7 12.368 1145 1246 Juda 4 12 .250 1006 1248 6 13 .316 1194 1434 ARGYLE 3 13.188 934 1083 3 16.158 1099 1278 Albany 0 16 .000 712 1191 0 18 .000 803 1335 66ORIOLES IN ACTION, TOP Dan McGinnity (33), Scott Ritschard (15), Nate Schlafli (11). MIDDLE: Gary Vlasak (35), Steve Rossing (21), Dan McGinnity (33), Jerry Pittz (25). BOTTOM: Scott Ritschard (15).To help keep accurate statistics we find in the upper left hand picture th re e dedicated but flaky statisticians, Carl Weibel, Kim Gruenberg and Peter Wei be I. In the bottom row the Oriole players are Gary Vlasak (35), Harlan Erickson (41), Scott Ritschard (15) and Brian Nelson (43).Junior Varsity Basketball ABOVE FRONT: Coach Wayne Fischer, Manager John Wire. BACK: Kevin Phillips, Dennis Schliem, Ricky Penniston, Ron Bredeson, Steve Larson, Phillip Gavigan, Jeff Steiner, Larry Erickson, Kirk Wenger, Shawn Burreson. The junior varsity basketball team compiled a 4-14 season record and finished second-last in their 11-team conference. Coach Wayne Fischer had to work with a very inexperienced group of boys pictured above who were joined by late starters Steve Dam-men and Harlan Erickson. The J.V. Orioles earned wins over Albany twice and over Belleville and Juda and had near misses against Orfordville, Holy Name, Barneveld and Monticello. The two most consistent performers on the squad were freshmen Ricky Penniston and Steve Larson. Ricky scored 226 points for the season and had a game high of 26 against Belleville. Steve's season total was 203 points with his high of 21 against Monticello. Ricky set new J.V. records with 96 assists (old record 36) and a .750 free throw percentage (old record .729). Steve led with 126 rebounds and 57 fouls. Other high game scoring performances came from Jeff Steiner with 17 against Juda, Harlan Erickson with 14 vs. Black Hawk and Larry Erickson with 12 twice. As a team Argyle shot .374 from the field and .546 at the line compared to the opponents' .399 and .500. They also set a new team assist record with 185,65 better than the previous high. SCORES OF GAMES: vs Albany, 45-30, 47-45; Belleville 57-48; Juda 61-60, 46-66; Monticello 48-51, 47-53; Barneveld 43-37, 36-44; Ho ly N a m e 45-51; Orfordville 32-34; Belmont 38-44; New Glarus 37-50; Pecatonica 45-60; Black Hawk 32-52, 48-69; and Brodhead 29-66, 33-60 69CHEERLEADERS' C L U B, FRONT: Julie Swingen, Pam Schliem Chris Nelson, Maureen McGinnity, Kathy McGinnity. SECOND ROW: DeAnn Nysted, Mrs. Jean Christiansen, ad-visor, Susan Anderson, Susan Larson, L u A nn Wilhelmson. T HI R D ROW: Tammy Nysted, Jane Fran-sen, Debra Vinger, Marta Anderson, Julie Hauser, Tammy F i sc h e r. BACK: Ann Ritschard, Joan Smith, Brenda Bredeson, Denise Vinger, Kristi Thompson, Denise Nelson, Diane Kortman.CheerleadersTrack And Baseball TRACK, TOP: Gary Vlasak, Steve Rossing, Richard Brandt, Bob Golackson, Kirk Wenger, Peter Weibel, Brad Root, Kevin Baumann, Steve Hanson, Carl Weibel, Brian Nelson, Jeff Penniston. BASEBALL, BOTTOM, FRONT: Coach Bullock, Kim Gruenberg, Gary Vlasak, Brian Nelson, Jeff Penniston, Dan McGinnity. SECOND ROW: Dan Bredeson, Steve Rossing, Mike Aebly, Scott Ritschard, John Pittz. BACK: Kirk Baumann, Ricky Penniston, Ron Bredeson, Steve Larson, Wayne Nysted, Dennis Schliem. 72SCHOOL LIFE IS—Dennis Schliem coming out on the short end of a wrestling match, wondering who is made of wood, Hi-Arch or Scott Ritschard, Kim Godfrey and Loren Bruehlman waiting for the basketball to descend. APcb 15s MSnTlAU trainerm SCHOOL LIFE IS—Dennis Coffey Mark Wytten-bach, Jim Bruehlman and Allan Lancaster making coke, marching to a different drummer, Dan Bredeson, Steve Larson eyeing the chart as Mr. Bullock eyes what?, Mary Jane Schild, Jeff Pen-niston and Jana Erickson in the fabulous new student lounge. 7576On October 12, 1973 the school definitely demonstrated "The Times They Are A-Changin"' when the style of dress was that of the 40's and 50's. The requirements for girls were ponytails, white bobby socks, saddle shoes, rolled up pants or long skirts, rouge, lipstick and red fingernail polish. The boys were to wear tight m use I e shirts, cigarettes rolled in their sleeves, w h i t e socks, greased-back hair, pointed shoes, shades and straight-legged pants. The teachers did their best to fulfill these requirements too, which made the day a great su c c e ss. During the noon hour there was a record hop with rock-and-roll music by Elvis Presley and other stars of that period. Since Greaser Day was such a successful addition to our school life we hope to make it an annual event.SCHOOL LIFE IS... DeAnn Nysted and Steve Ros-sing thinking that books are getting bigger every year (but this is ridiculous), enthusiastic study habi ts of eighth grade girls, Lenny Tollakson (period), Mike Flannery with chisel, Brian Nelson obeying signs.SCHOOL LIFE IS... Tommy Holmes and Kevin Phillips making good use of the new industrial arts facilities, Gary Vlasak and Cherrie Lofgren proving that art class can be more fun, our gallant editor displaying the other side.School Life 25 Murine gets the red out. Hai Karate makes men irresistible. Congratulations Class of’74 BIGGS CHEESE FACTORY The Fred Wirtz Family Argyle, Wisconsin 81HOOT’S TEXACO SERVICE JACK’S ARCO SERVICE Argyle, Wisconsin Live Bait Argyle, Wisconsin and Fishing Supplies Best Deal for Your Wheels Hoot Penniston, Proprietor Jack Runke, proprietor Ode to Upper-classmen You can tell a freshamn VICK’S MART We sell only quality foods Blachardville, Wisconsin By his silly, eager look. You can tell a sophomore ‘Cause he carries one less book. You can tell a junior By his dashing air and such. You can tell a senior But, boy, you can’t tell him much!! GOOD LUCK FROM THE CLASS OF “76” SCOTT'S TAVERN STUART CHEESE FACTORY Woodford, WI Ernest Wyssbrod 465-3300 Route 1 Argyle, Wisconsin - - BRENNAN’S CERTIFIED SUPER MARKET KERMIT WATKINS Remodeling vnsa ( j Uik Vfruit roc Argyle, Wisconsin We Buy Direct — You Buy for Less — 608-325-4433 Monroe 821158th Transportation Company, Monroe, Wisconsin 53566 901 18th A ve. Box 477 rm=‘ NATIONAL GUARD Argyle “Orioles” We Salute You 83STUDER SUPER SERVICE. INC. Farm Machinery New and Used — Sales and Service Massey-Ferguson, New Holland, Owatonna, BearCat, Brillion, Hanson, Kasten, Krause, Gehl, Monroe, Wisconsin JIYPJV Gifts for All Occasions A Complete Hallmark Line On the Square-Monroe (gift (fasti? Helland's Food Locker Service, Inc Juda, Wis. 53550 Slaughtering and complete meat processing sides and quarters for sale Country food store Insurance for Town and Country Folks Alike Life, Health, Auto and Fire Dale L. Schliem Residence 968-3417 Office 776-4455 MODERN FINANCIAL SERVICE FOR MODERN PEOPLE Your Hometown Bank Member of the F.D.I.C. STATE BANK OF ARGYLE 84TOP: Robert Fuchs, Neil Olson, Wendy Heiser, Kim Hanson, Marty Peterson, Tim Holmes, Alan Soper, Billy Zuidema, Kent Wilhelmson, Kevin Gruenberg. UPPER CENTER: Wendy Paske, Brent Penniston, Cindy Craft, Memoc Cuevas, Ramona Gordee, Betty Engeli, Keith Kammerud, Gerald Bruehlman, Danny Lancaster, Susie Disrud, Katy Amorose, Scott Heiser, Jon Whitmar. LOWER CENTER: Karen Olson, R o b e rt a Blum, Shirley Moen, Dorsey Penniston, Jeff Putney, David Willis, Cathie Hauser, Neal Hendrickson, Brian Mundt, Ronnie Martin. BOTTOM: Mrs. Thompson, Mr. Hagen, Jeff Dammen, Holly Wirtz, Ron Tourdot, Mark Jackson, Janet Ihus, Jim Montgomery, Lynn Wire, Jim Lewis. TOP: Elementary band. UPPER CENTER: Jeff Mundt, Judy Fisher, Sandy Blum, Kris Amorose, Scott Hauser, Jeff Lewis, Steve Flannery, Dennis Meier, Randy Schliem, Gary Pattinson, Mrs. Pederson, Mr. Hyland. LOWER CENTER: Richie Hanson, Brian Treuthardt, Nancy Moen, Alan Berg, Lori Flannery, Terry Moen, Bonnie Flannery, Wendy Blum, Jerry Bredeson, Ray-noldSaalsaa. BOTTOM: Deanna Benson, Larry Dammen, Tammy Johnson, Royal Berg, Vicki Tol-lakson, Lauri Holmes, Pam Johnson, Stacy Meyer, Benito Cuevas, Laura Engeli, Kurt Tollakson.TOP: Tammy Patti nson, Christine Bruehlman, Don Golackson Jim Tree, Nannette Dammen, Candy Root, Delbert DeNure, Rhonda Dickson, Renee Tourdot, Amy Krahenbuhl, Danny Nelson. UPPER CENTER: Mrs. Anderson, Mrs. Moen, Caroline Rossing, Mike Flannery, Art Thompson, Jeff Makos, Ricky Vinger, Margaret Spears, Shir-lene Hartwig, Gwen Schlafli, Sheila Hendrickson, Rhonda Bredeson, Debbie Kipfer. LOWER CENTER: Steve Tollakson, Joe Hauser, Tom Davis, Jack Fuchs, Carol Engeli, Rita Olson, Denita Benson, Jim Whitmar, Connie McGrath, Laura Hanson. BOTTOM: William Wire, Duane Garrison, Wendy Putney, Tammy Ihus, Susie Stauf-facher, Julie Saalsaa, Kevin Johnson, Jennifer Heiser. iTOP: Mrs. Rossing, Mrs. Wenger. UPPER CENTER: John Amorose, Eddie Hauser, Pam Steiner, Jim Holmes, Larry Blum, Vicki Moen, Mary Wyttenbach, David Dammen, Ginnie Hanson, Lori Peterson, Julie Benson, Krystal Johnson. LOWER CENTER: Randy Berg, Randy Swingen, David Dammen, Jana Stephens, Ann Johnson, Bobby Flannery, Robert Makos, Scott Canon, Brian McDonald, Donald Brandt. BOTTOM: Rene Saalsaa, Kristine Krebs, Scott Bredeson, Sandra Putney, Roberta Olson, Dennis Lancaster, Debbie Tree, Krystal Penniston, Tom Hartwig, Jay Meyer. Third GradeSecond Grade TOP: Rose Engeli, Tom Daly, Doreen DeNure, Xochitl Cuevas, Keith Ritschard. UPPER CENTER: Julie Beutel, Sandy Paske, Penny Canon, Mary Wilhelmson, Abby Spears, John Tollakson, Debra Brandt, Barry Heiser. LOWER CENTER: Brian Pickett, Donald Guthrie, Danny Treuthardt, Paul Johnson, Gerald Wahl. BOTTOM: Mrs. Schraepfer, Kristine Johnson, Scott Stamm, Laurie Jackson, Jolene Lewis, Jenny Wyttenbach, Joel Nall.TOP: Julie Pittz, Chuck Hendrickson, Linda Gavigan, Caramel Berg, Kim Andrews. UPPER CENTER: Lisa Peterson, Susan Putney, Daryl D a m m e n, Jeff Johnson, Lynn Krebs, Mrs. Pen-niston. LOWER CENTER: Barrie Cuevas, Chris Johnson, Terry Blum, Carrie Wyttenbach, Todd Flannery, Amy Bredeson, G e n e Treuthardt, Wendy Canon, Leland Schild, Beth Dunlavy. BOTTOM: Lynette Erickson, Allison Berg, David Soper, Richie Dallman, Diane Hendrickson.lOP LEFT: Tim Schliem, Jerry Blum, Dale Wilhelmson Ken Putney. TOP RIGHT: Brenda Blum Jeff Nelson, Peggy Paske. MIDDLE LEFT, FRONT: John Dun-lavy, Tracy Anderson; BACK: Kurt Waage, John n y H I no j osa, Kelly Parr. 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