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

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GOOD- BY - r Mark, Oh Mark, we’ll miss you! Through each and every day. Even though we know that Jesus Will gently lead the way. Just sixteen years ago A little boy was born. His father was s £ i hapr His mother proud that morn. From babe to boy to youth, They watched him slowly grow, A gentle soul who loved the farm And never had a foe. By now he had some company, A sister and a brother, ! Oh, Laurie, Keith and Mark could fight, But how they loved each other! Mark, Oh Mark, we’ll miss you! Through each and every day. Even though we know that Jesus will gently lead the way. His grandparents doted on him And for his future made bright plans, They talked and dreamed and shared, Of the time he’d become a man. Then one night he went away, Never to come back! And just for a second, we all forgot That God never lets us lack! For even though Mark is gone. He lives within our hearts, And one day soon, we’ll see him Never again to part. Mark, Oh Mark, we’ll see you! In each and every day! You’re so much a part of us, Nothing can take you away. Mark Jackson was the first child born to Sally and Ardell Jackson, June 26, 1962. He was our classmate from kindergarten through grade eleven. Together we approached each school year with mutual hopes and dreams. Mark was active in the Argyle High School chapter of the Future Farmers of America, football, basketball, both as a manager and as a player, as well as in dramatics. Through our associations with him, we learned to appreciate his cheerful and friendly manner. He lost his life in a tragic car accident in October, 1978, hut his memory will remah with us forever. Mark’s parents and classmates have established a citizenship-based memorial plaque in his honor.TABLE OF CONTENTS FACULTY .................................................. 3 SENIORS 9 UNDERCLASSMEN ACTIVITIES 33 ORGANIZATIONS ..... ATHLETICS 19 SCHOOL LIFE 57 ELEMENTARY 61 ADVERTISING ............................................. 71FACULTY IUpper Left to Right: Paul Vanevenhoven, District Administrator; Fred Schmelzer, Assistant District Administrator. Middle Left to Right; Pat Johnson, High School Secretary; Margaret Gierhart, District Bookkeeper; Jackie Whitmar, Grade School Secretary. Below: School Board Members Victor Tollakson, Jr., Mary Erickson, Clerk; Gary Soper, President; Virginia Mundt, Treasurer; Virgil Hendrickson. Right: Chris Blum, Secretarial Aid.Left to Right: Mrs. Discher, Girls’ Phy. Ed., Volleyball and Track Coach; Mr. Findlay, Business Education; Mr. Doelder, Biology, One-Act Play Director; Mrs. Schulte, English, French, Speech, Annual Staff Advisor, National Honor Society Advisor; Mr. Boettcher, Music Education, Band and Chorus Director; Mr. Klarner, Social Studies, Boys’ Varsity Basketball Coach; Mr. Fern, Guidance, Football Coach; Mrs. Tollakson, Library Aid; Mr. Canfield, Industrial Education, Boys’ Junior Varsity Basketball Coach. 5Left to Right: Miss McCaulley, Art; Mrs. Wiegel, Librarian; Mr. Baughman. Physical Education; Mr. Arnot, Science; Mrs. Howe, Home Economics; Mr. Eberle, Vocational Agriculture; Mrs. Arnot, Math., Social Studies, Art; Mr. Bell, Mathematics; Mr. Hassel, English. 6AS THEY WERE! 1. Jacqui Schutz 2. Kay W'iegel 3. Mary Venden 4. Sue Howe 5. Bill Bell 6. Marge Anderson 7. Ruth Espenscheid 8. Ardyth Rossing 9. Loren Homb 10. Dennis Boettcher 11. Pat Discher 12. Korene Olson 13. Paul Vaneven-hoven 14. Tim Eberle 15. Steve DoelderKATY AMOROSE Band 1,2,3,4 Chorus 1,2,3,4 Madrigal 3,4 Annual Staff 3 Newspaper Staff 3 Cheerleader 1,2,3,4 From Court 3 Homecoming Court 3 Chess Club 3 Student Council 3 Basketball 1,2,3,4 letter Winner 3,4 Track 1,2,3 letter Winner 2,3 Volleyball 1,2,3 Letter Winner 3 Birthday dune 3, 1962 GERALD BRUEHLMAN Chorus 1 Newspaper Staff 1 From Court 3 FFA 3,4 LA. 3,4 Football 1,2,3,4 Letter Winner 2,3,4 Captain 3,4 Honorable Mention 3.4 Birthday .June 8, 1962 Prom Court 3 Homecoming Court 4 National Honor Society 4 Treasurer 4 Birthday December 17, 1961 ROBERTA BLUM 10CVAUHTKMOC CUEVAS Band 1,2 Homecoming Court 4 Chess Club 3 FFA 2,4 Student Council 4 I.A. Club 3,4 Vice President 4 Football 1,2,3,4 letter Winner 3,4 Basketball 4 Birthday October 31, 1961 JEFF DAM MEN Homecoming Court 3 FFA 1,2,3,4 Student Council 4 Football 1,2,3,4 Letter Winner 3,4 Track 3 Birthday May 29, 1962 SUE DISRUD Chorus 1,2,3 Madrigal 3,4 Forensics 1,2 Annual Staff 2,3,4 Junior Editor 3 Co-Editor 4 Newspaper Staff 4 FHA 1,2,3,4 Officer 2,3,4 Class Treasurer 2 Homecoming Court 1 Bridge Contest 1,2 Argyle Dairy Queen 1978-79 Birthday March 12, 1962DONNA GILBERTSON Annual Staff 4 FHA 3,4 FFA 2,3,4 Basketball 4 Track 3,4 letter Winner 3 National Honor Society 4 Birthday March 28, 1961 RAMONA GORDEE Band 1,2,3,4 Letter Winner 1,3,4 Chorus 1,2,3,4 Letter Winner 4 Madrigal 4 Forensics 1,2,3 Annual Staff 2,3,4 Junior Editor 3 Co-Editor 4 Newspaper Staff 1,3 FHA 1,2,3 POW 2 Vice-President 3 Class Vice-President 2,4 Student Council 2 Secretary 2 Math Contest 1,2,3 Bridge Contest 1,2 National Honor Society 4 Vice-President 4 Government Days 3 Badger Girls State 3 Leadership Conference 3 DAR Recipient 4 Argvle Dairy Queen 1979-80 Birthday June 25, 1962 KEVIN GRUENBERG FFA 4 I.A. Club 3 Football 1,2 Basketball 1,2,3,4 Letter Winner 3 Baseball 1.2 letter Winner 1,2 Birthday January 25. 1962CATHERINE HAUSER Chorus 1,2,3 Newspaper Staff 1 FHA 1,2,3 Prom Court 3 Homecoming Queen 4 Pom Pom 3 Track I Letter Winner I Volleyball 1,2,3 Birthday February 10, 1962 SCOTT HKISER School Play 1 I.A. Club 1,2,3,4 Birthday October 28, 1961 (Pic. Not Available) W ENDY HKISER Band 1,2,3,4 Chorus Madrigal 1.2.3,4 Forensics 1,2 School Play 1.2.4 Annual Staff 3 Newspaper Staff 4 Cheerleader ('lass Officer 3 Track 3 Volleyball 1,2,3 Math Contest 2 Birthday Octol er 25, 1962 NEAL HENDRICKSON Band 1,2,3,4 Chorus Madrigal 1,2,3.4 Forensics 1 School Play 1,2 Homecoming Court 1 FFA 1.2,3,4 Treasurer 4 LA. Club 4 Football letter Winner 2,3,4 Basketball 3,4 letter Winner 3,4 Birthday April 15, 1962Prom King 3 FFA 1,2,3,4 I.A. Club 4 Football 1,2,3,4 letter Winner 4 Honorable Mention 4 Birthday March 23, 1962 JANET IHUS RAY JOHNSON Band 1,2,4 Chorus 1,2 School Play 1,2 Class Treasurer 1 I.A. Club 3,4 President 4 Football 1,2 Track 3 Birthday November 12, 1961 STEVE JOHNSON Forensics 1,2,3,4 Chess Club 3,4 Trig Club 4 Student Council 2 Math Contest 1,2,3,4 Leadership Conference 3 Birthday May 18, 1962KEITH KAMMERUD Band 1 Newspaper Staff 1 Prom Court 3 FFA 1,2,3,4 I.A. Club 3 Football 2,3,4 letter Winner 2,3,4 Birthday NovemI er 23, 1961 DAN LANCASTER FFA 1,2,3,4 Football 1,3,4 letter Winner 4 Basketball 4 Baseball 1.2 Letter Winner 1,2 JIM LEWIS Band 1,2 Chorus 1,2 School Play 1,2 Newspaper Staff 1 FHA 1 FFA 1.4 Class Vice-President 3 Homecoming Court 2 Student Council 4 President 4 Football 1,2 Basketball 3.4 Letter Winner 3 Birthday November 8, 1961 RON MARTIN Forensics 2,3 Drama Club 2.3 School Play 1,2 Annual Staff 3,4 Chess Club 2,3 FFA 1,2,3,4 Treasurer 3 Vice-President 4 4.A. Club 3 Secretary 3 Basketball 3.4 Letter Winner 3,4 Baseball 1,2 Letter Winner 2 Birthday September 26. 1962SHIRLEY MOEN Newspaper Staff 4 FHA 1,2 Basketball 4 Birthday December 25, 1961 .JIM MONTGOMERY Band 1,2,3 Chorus 1,2,3 Madrigal 1,2,3 School Play 1,2 Class President 1 Treasurer 4 FFA 1,4 National Honor Society 4 President 4 Football 1,2,3,4 Letter Winner 2,3,4 Basketball 1,2,3,4 letter Winner 3,4 BRIAN MIJNDT Chorus 1,2 Madrigal 1,2 School Play 1 Class Officer 3 Homecoming King 4 FFA 1,2,3,4 I.A. Club 4 Football 1,2,3,4 Letter Winner 3,4 Basketball 1,2,3,4 letter Winner 3 Birthday February 10, 1962 BRENT PENNISTON Chorus 1,2 FHA 3 Prom Court 3 FFA 1,2,3.4 Student Council 3,4 Football 1,2,3,4 letter Winner 2,3,4 Basketball 1,2,3 Baseball 1,2 Letter Winner 1,2 Birthday .June 15, 1962DORSEY PENNISTON Band 1,2,3,4 Chorus Madrigal 2,3,4 School Play 1,2 Football 1.3.4 Birthday December 7, 1961 EVELYN PINK Birthday October 16, 1959 ALAN SOPER Band 2,3 Chorus 1,2,3 Madrigal 2,3 School Play. 2 Annual Staff 2,3 Class Officer 2 Student Council 3 I.A. Club 4 National Honor Society 4 Basketball 3,4 Letter Winner 3,4 Track 4 Letter Winner 4 Badger Boys State 3 JON WHITMAR Band 1,2,3,4 Chorus 1,2,3,4 Madrigal 1,2,3,4 School Play 1,2,4 Annual Staff 4 Newspaper Staff 1,2 Class Secretary 2 I.A. Club 4 Football 2,4 Letter Winner 4 Basketball 3,4 Letter Winner 3,4 Baseball 2 Letter Winner 2 Birthday June 13, 1962DAVID WILLIS FFA 4 LA. Club 3 Birthday December 15, 1961 LYNN WIRE Band 1 School Play 1,2,3 Newspaper Staff 1.4 Prom Court 3 Class President 4 FFA 2,3,4 Reporter 4 National Honor Society 4 Basketball 1,2,3,4 letter Winner 4 Birthday March 10. 1962 HOLLY WIRTZ Band 1.2,3,4 Chorus Madrigal 2,3,4 Newspaper Staff 1 FHA 1,2,3 Prom Queen 3 Class Secretary 4 Cheerleader Basketball 1,2,3,4 letter Winner 3 Volleyball 1,2,3 Letter Winner 3 BILL ZUIDEMA Prom Court 3 FFA 1,2,3,4 I.A. Club 4 Football 1,2,3,4 Letter Winner 3,4 Birthday May 17, 1962 191) Tim Holmes, Memoc Cuevas 2) Lynn Wire Friend 3) Keith Kammerud, Brent Penniston 4) Junior Bruehlman 5) Betty Engeli Shirley Moen 6) Dan Lancaster 7) Brian Mundt Bill Zuidema 8) Kevin Gruenberg 9) Wendy Heiser 10) Donna Gilbertson OUR SENIORS +++++ + ++++ +++++ ++ +++ + + +++ + +++ +11 + ++++++ ++++ ++ + + 291. Sarah Espenscheid 2. Ramona Gordee 3. Janet Ihus 4. Wendy Heiser Jim Montgomery Scott Heiser Holly Wirtz 5. Sue Disrud 6. Dorsey Penniston 7. Ray Johnson 8. Ron Martin 9. Victoria Dunlavy 10. Bill Zuidema “ONCE UPON A TIME ... ” 1. Sue Disrud 2. Ray Johnson 3. Victoria Dunlayy 4. Scott Heiser Wendy Heiser 5. Ramona Gordee 6. Gerald Bruehlman 7. Dorsey Penniston 8. Sarah Espenscheid 9. Lynn Wire 10. Donna GilbertsonSENIOR CLASS WILL Katy Amorose wills her ability to get along with the world to Pam Johnson. Roberta Blum wills Mr. Fern to all underclassmen. Gerald Bruehlman wills his Mountain Dew to Steve Flannery to help him with his driving. Memoc Cuevas wills his football ability to Dennis Lancaster. Jeff Dammen wills her talkativeness to Dawn Dunlavy. Vicki Dunlavy wills her artistic ability to Mrs. Howe. Sarah Espenscheid wills the FFA a never-ending herd of Polled-Herefords. Donna Gilbertson wills her beater car to the Drivers’ Education Department. Ramona Gordee wills her loud voice to Mr. Hassel. Kevin Gruenberg wills his karate ability to Mr. Klamer, and hopefully he will be able to protect himself. Cathy Hauser wills her scatter-brain to Jerry Bredeson. Neal Hendrickson wills his chapped lips to Dennis Lancaster. Tim Holmes wills his typing speed and accuracy to Judy Fisher. Janet Ihus wills her height to Julie Benson. Steve Johnson wills his mathematical knowledge to Randy Berg. Keith Kammerud wills his hair to Mr. Schmelzer. Dan Lancaster wills his coon-hunting ability to Brian Treuthardt. Jim Lewis wills his liver to all underclassmen. Ron Martin wills his Valedictorian award to Bob High. Shirley Moen wills her T-shirts to Rhonda Bredeson. Jim Montgomery wills his ability to stay awake while driving to Steve Flannery. Brian Mundt wills his basketball knowledge to Wilt Chamberlain. Brent Penniston wills “his” library chair to anyone who is tired. Dorsey Penniston wills his height and basketball skill to Dan Nelson. A1 Soper wills a copy of the New Testament to every junior. Jon Whitmar wills his Corvair to anyone who will take it. Dave Willis wills his grease-relief shampoo to Mr. Eberle. Lynn Wire wills her presidency to any aspiring politician. Holly Wirtz wills her ability to play “21” to Pam Johnson. Bill Zuidema wills his ability to get to school on time to all underclassmen.LEFT: SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS: Front Lynn Wire, President; Ramona Gor-dee, Vice-President; Holly Wirtz, Secretary; Jim Montgomery, Treasurer CLASS COLORS: BURGANDY AND WHITE CLASS FLOWER: WHITE ROSE TIPPED BURGANDY SENIOR PROPHESY Katy Amorose will be as nice as ever to her customers at McDonalds. Roberta Blum will still be working for Mr. Fern. Gerald Bruehlman will be running the farm and his wife will be cleaning calf pens. Memoc Cuevas will still be seeing Bonny Flannery on and off besides being promoted to head grocery boy at Rossing’s. Jeff Dammen and Katy Amorose will be running the farm and she will serve hamburgers and fries for dinner. Sue Disrud will have become “Quotable Quote Queen” of the world. Vicki Dunlavy will be a famous basketball star. Sarah Espenscheid will be trying to get the FFA to serve beef at the annual banquet. Donna Gilbertson will have published her first best-seller. Ramona Gordee will be running for the 1990 Retired Dairy Queen. Kevin Gruenberg will still be looking for his first deer, both two-legged and four-legged. Cathy Hauser will still be driving to Monroe every day looking for her friends from Pec. Wendy Heiser will have become the president of the Farrah Fawcett Majors Shampoo and Makeup Company. Neal Hendrickson will be coaching basketball. Tim Holmes will be selling M M feeds for Mary Meier. Janet Ihus will be cruising around in a certain green truck. Steve Johnson will still be in school trying to find if there is something he has not learned yet. Keith Kammerud will be at boxing school. Dan Lancaster will be shooting and reloading. Jim Lewis will own some shares of St. Clare Hospital. Ron Martin will be in the school of electronics inventing a new Bionic Woman. Shirley Moen will have mastered her one-handed volleyball hit. Jim Montgomery will be a star of the Home Talent League. Brian Mundt and Rhonda Bredeson will be farming. Brent Penniston will be a juvenile officer. Dorsey Penniston will be writing books with Donna Gilbertson. A1 Soper will be working at Canon’s Auto Body and racing small block Chevys. Jon Whitmar will be trying to coach the Argyle Orioles Basketball team to a one-game winning season. Dave Willis will be in court for the umpteenth time to get his license back. Lynn Wire will still be wearing her patched blue jeans and trying to get a band for Homecoming. Holly Wirtz will still be doing cheers. Bill Zuidema will still be going to Monroe for his evening entertainment.CLASS OF Above: Class Officers Nancy Moen, President; Jerry Bredeson, Vice-President; Dawn Dunlavy, Secretary-Treasurer Right: Row 1 Bonny Flannery, Brian Treuthardt, Kris Amorose Row 2: Jeff Lewis, Jeff Mundt, Scott Hauser Below: Row 1 Tammy Johnson, Laurie Holmes, Deanna Benson Row 2: Jean Dunlavy, Raynold Saalsaa, Kurt Tollakson.Upper Left: Row 1 Chris Blum, Judy Fisher, Teresa Cornell Row 2: Royal Berg, Dwight Kallembach, Alan Olson Left: Row 1 Pam Johnson, Stacy Meyer, Vicki Tollakson Row 2: Tom Ziller, Alan Berg, Steve Flannery Lower Left: Nancy Moen, who was at that time only a sophomore at Argyle High School, traveled to Chicago in July, 1979, for the National Bridge Building Contest, in which she placed thirteenth. Her awards included a plaque and trophy. Congratulations, Nancy! Lower Right: Juniors “hardly” working at the car wash!SOPHOMORES TOP: CLASS OFFICERS; Amy Krahenbuhl-President, Nannette Dammen-Vice President, Debbie Kipfer-Secretary, Kim Henner-Trea-surer MIDDLE: Row 1: Bob High, Duane Garrison, Don Golackson, Bill Wire, Row 2: Chris Bruehlman, Rita Olson, Gwen Schlafli, Tamara Ihus, BOTTOM: Row I: Dale McNett, Tom Richards, Delbert DeNure, Row 2: Rick Vinger, Candy Edler, Caroline Rossing, Jim WhitmarTOP Row 1: Jennifer Heiser, Sue Stauffacher. Julie Saalsaa, Rhonda Dickson Row 2: Joe Hauser, Mike Wilson, Troy Dunlavy, Jeff Makos MIDDLE Row 1: Joan Gilbertson, Denita Benson, Anita Comiskey, Shirlene Hartwig Row 2: Ben Espenscheid, Mike Flannery, Steve Tollakson, Margaret Gilbertson BOTTOM Row 1: Jeff Johnson, Sheila Hendrickson, Rhonda Bredeson, Connie McGrath Row 2: Dan Nelson, Laurie Hanson, Art Thompson, Kevin Johnson.FRESHMEN WWW TOP, CLASS OFFICERS: Bobby Flannery, President; Ed Hauser, Vice-President; Krystal Johnson, Secretary-Treasurer. MIDDLE: Row 1: Brian McDonald, Jay Meyer, Debbie Tree Row 2: Margaret Wilhelmson, Crystal Penniston, Vicki Moen. BOTTOM: Row 1: Scott Bredeson, Jon Espenscheid, David Dam men Row 2: Bobbi Olson, Chris Krebs, Julie Benson. TOP, ROW 1: Randy DeNure. .John A morose, Randy Swingen. ROW 2: Ann Johnson, Lucia Brown, Mary McNett. MIDDLE: Row I: Lori Peterson. Pam Steiner, Ginny Hanson. Row 2: Boh Makos, Scott Canon. Randy Berg. BOTTOM: Row 1: Jana Stephens. Renee Saalsaa. Mary Wyttenhach. Row 2: Dennis Lancaster, Tom Hartwig, Jim Holmes. 31ABOVE: Class Officers; President-Doreen DeNure, Vice-President-Jolene Lewis, Secre- tary-Treasurer-Joanne Frey TOP RIGHT: Row 1-Xochitl Cuevas, Jennifer Kallembach, Ruth Boynton. Row 2-Tom Daly, Don Guthrie, Darin Burreson TOP MIDDLE: Row 1-Jennifer Wyttenhach, John Tollakson, Ahhy Gilbertson. Row 2: Danny Truethardt, Keith Richards, Gerald Wahl. Bottom Middle: Row 1; Connie Severson, Mary Oman, Mary Jo Wilhelmson Row 2: Joel Nall, Brian Pickett, Scott Stamm BOTTOM: Row 1-Penny Cannon, Laurie Jackson, Valerie Henner, Row 2: Paul Johnson, Mark Butson, Barry Heiser After much desire, dedication and perseverance, the Class of 1984 was successful in winning the Spirit Stick for activities during the week of Homecoming. RIGHT ON!! ON OUR WAY .. .Prom 1979 The class of 1980 held its Junior Prom on April 28, 1979, in the Argyle High School gymnasium. The theme of the Prom was “We’ve Got Tonight." Music was provided by Soft Touch. Silver and blue streamers decorated the walls, and shimmering stars hung from a black ceiling to create a lovely midnight scene, which also included a waterfall and a fountain. Court members included. Left to Right, Katy Amorose, Roberta Blum. Lynn Wire, Cathy Hauser, Queen Holly Wirtz, King Tim Holmes, Brent Penniston, Gerald Bruehlman, Bill Zuidema, Keith Kammerud, and miniature King and Queen, Jenny Nelson and Thad McGowan. Miniature Queen Jenny Nelson ar Miniature King Thad McGowan Cathy Hauser, Brent Pen-niston Roberta Blum, Bill Zui-dema Katy Amoroso, Keith Kammerud Lynn Wire, Gerald Bruehlman — 1 9 7 9 TOP Left to right, Mary Wyttenbach, Connie McGrath, Laurie Holmes, Roberta Blum, Queen Cathy Hauser, King Brian Mundt, Memoc Cuevas, Kurt Tollakson, Joe Hauser, and Dennis Lancaster. 1. King Brian Mundt and Queen Cathy Hauser 2. Prince Memoc Cuevas and Princess Roberta Blum 3. Duke Kurt Tollakson and Duchess Laurie Holmes 4. Count Joe Hauser and Countess Connie McGrath 5. Lord Dennis Lancaster and Lady Mary Wyttenbach 36HOMECOMING FESTIVITIES: Upper Left and Across Argyle High School Band and Pom-Pom girls; Maria Delgado, Foreign Exchange Student; “The Team,” Nannette Dammen and Joe Hauser; A Milling Throng; Roberta Blum and Memoc Cuevas; Super Bonfire; Mary Wyttenbach and Dennis Lancaster.'KNIGHT HOMECOMING PARADE: Lovely weather contributed to a beautiful Homecoming parade, which included much community participation. Senior Class President Lynn Wire earned alot of praise for organizing all of it. Upper Left and Across: Junior Class Float, First Place; Sophomore Class Float, Second Place; Freshman Class Float, Third Place; Senior Class Float, Fourth Place. Lower Left: Manager on the run, later, during the football game. Queen Cathy. Custodians’ Float.BAND BAND: Front Row: Holly Wirtz, Wendy Heiser, Nanette Dammen, Sue Staffacher, Lucia Brown, Cris Amorose, Sarah Espenscheid, Rhonda Bredeson, Ramona Gordee. Row 2: Bobbi Olson, Margaret Wilhelmson, Doreen DeNure, Jennifer Kallembach, Mary Oman, Debbie Kipfer, David Dammen, John Amorose, Chris Brueblman, Jon Whitmar. Row 3: Katy Amorose, Judy Fisher, Lori Peterson, Scott Stamm, Rita Olson, Rick Vinger, Dorsey Penniston, Jennifer Wyttenbach, Ann Johnson, Randy Swingen.Row 4: Neal Hendrickson, Ray Johnson, Jim Whitmar, Jeff Johnson, Gwen Schlafli, Jon Espenscheid, Tom Daly, Mr. Boettcher. CHORUS: Row 1, Rita Olson, Lori Peterson, Caroline Rossing, Kris Amorose, Anita Comiskey, Scott Stamm, Ruth Boynton, Debbie Kipfer, Sue Stauffacher, Jennifer Kallembach, Mr. Boettcher Row 2: Amy Krahenbuhl, Deanna Benson, Shirlene Hartwig, Jeff Johnson, Jim Whitmar, Bobbi Olson, Gwen Schlafli, Xochitl Cuevas, Chris Bruehlman, Katy Amorose Row 3: Connie Severson, Holly Wirtz, Doreen DeNure, Tammy Johnson, Dorsey Penniston, Scott ACanon, John Amorose, Joan Gilbertson, Ramona Gordee, Judy Fisher, Rhonda Dickson Row 4: MaryJo Wilhelmson, Wendy Heiser, Pam Steiner, Ann Johnson, Rhonda Bredeson, Margaret Willhelmson, Neal Hendrickson, Jon Whitmar, Chris Krebs, Mary Oman, Lucia Brown, Valerie Henner, Nanette Dammen CHORUS 40B R A S s BRASS: Row 1: Jon Whitmar, Chris Bruehlman, John Amorose Row 2: Randy Swingen, David Dammen, Ann Johnson, Jennifer Wyttenbach Row 3: Dorsey Pen-niston, Lori Peterson, Judy Fisher, Katy Amorose. PERCUSSION: Row 1: Jim Whitmar, Neal Hendrickson. Row 2: Tom Daly, Ray Johnson, Gwen Schlafli Row 3: Jon Espenscheid, Jeff Johnson. WOODWINDS: Left Row 1: Nanette Dam-men, Wendy Heiser, Holly Wirtz Row 2: Debbie Kipfer, Sue Stauffacher, Mary Oman, Jennifer Kallembach Row 3: Margaret Wilhelmson, Doreen DeNure, Bobbi Olson. Right: Row 1: Scott Stamm, Rick Vinger, Rita Olson Row 2: Rhonda Brede-son, Ramona Gordee Row 3: Sarah Espenscheid, Kris Amorose, Lucia Brown WOODWINDS 41BAND POM- POM GIRLS MARCHING BAND POM-POM TWIRL-ERS: Front: Debbie Tree, Julie Benson Back: Chris Krebs, Rhonda Dickson, Gin-ny Hanson IN THE HOMECOMING PARADEBottom left: Row 1: Mr. Dennis Boettcher, Director, Neal Hendrickson, Wendy Heiser, Holly Wirtz, Rhonda Bredeson, Row 2: Tammy Johnson, Nannette Dammen, Jon Whitmar, Deb Kipfer, Deanna Benson, Row 3: Dorsey Penni9-ton, Ramona Gordee, Sue Disrud, Rick Vinger, and Katy Amorose. ABOVE: The Music Makers in action. 43OFFICERS: Kim Henner, Historian; Nancy Moen, Treasurer; Laurie Holmes, President; Sue Disrud, Vice-President; Debbie Kipfer, Secretary; Mrs. Howe, Advisor. BE:PW” BELOW: Row 1: Laurie Jackson, Xochitl Cuevas, Ruth Boynton, Doreen DeN-ure, Joanne Frey, MaryJo Wilhelmson Row 2: Vicki Moen, Ginny Hanson, Ann Johnson, Pam Steiner, Margaret Wilhelmson, Renee Saalsaa, Krystal Johnson, Jana Stephens Row 3: Shirlene Hartwig, Sheila Hendrickson, Rhonda Bredeson, Connie McGrath, Kim Henner, Jennifer Heiser, Debbie Kipfer, Julie Saalsaa Row 4: Joan Gilbertson, Tammy Ihus, Laurie Hanson, Maggie Spears, Rhonda Dickson, Caroline Rossing, Amy Krahenbuhl Row 5: Pam Johnson, Stacy Meyer, Laurie Holmes, Deanna Benson, Vicki Tollakson, Nancy Moen, Sue Disrud, Donna Gilbertson, Janet Ihus. Lower Left: Ron Martin, 3rd place winner in the Salute to Agriculture Contest, at the podium. The FFA officers went to a Parliamentary Procedure Workshop at Platteville and to an Officer Workshop at Boscobel, which were both good learning experiences. Also they went to Kansas City to the National FFA Convention. All the FFA members went to Farm Progress Days. We also had a Dairy Judging team which got 36th out of 120 teams at the Dairy Expo in Madison. Projects to raise money included selling nut, bolt, and tool sets, selling cheese and sausage, selling fruit, and having a concession stand at the Espenscheid’s Sale. Of course, for excitement we had a FFA-FHA Hayride, Record Hops, and FFA Basketball games. We also set up “Welcome to Argyle" signs at the edges of town. Many thanks to the local supporters who donated to our FFA organization. FFA MOTTO: LEARNING TO DO. DOING TO LEARN, EARNING TO LIVE, LIVING TO SERVE. Above: Mr. Eberle, Advisor; Neal Hendrickson, Treasurer; Ron Marin, Vice President; Brian Mundt, Sentinel; Lynn Wire, Reporter; Donna Gilbertson, Secretary; Sarah Espenscheid, President. Below: Row 1; Randy Berg, Randy Swingen, Jon Espenscheid, Dennis Lancaster, Row 2: Ben Espenscheid, Sara Espenscheid, Lynn Wire, Donna Gilbertson, Neal Hendrickson, Ron Martin, Mr. Eberle, Row 3: Dan Lancaster, Scott Hauser, Dave Willis, Bill Zuidema, Brian Mundt, Joe Hauser, Don Golackson, Mike Flannery, Jeff Makos, Row 4: Tim Holmes, Raynold Saalsaa, Steve Tollakson, Memoc Cuevas, Jeff Dammen, Kurt Tollakson, Royal Berg, Brent Penniston, Dwight Kallemback, Kevin Johnson, Row 5: Tom Ziller, Jeff Mundt, Bill Wire, Steve Flannery, Brian Truethardt, Delbert DeNure, Jim Montgomery, Gerald Bruehl-man, Kevin Gruenberg.TREASURED ECHOES STAFF MEMBERS: Right: Row 1, Sue Disrud, Tammy Johnson, Ron Martin, Ramona Gordee, Mrs. Schulte, Advisor. Row 2, Donna Gilbertson, Shirlene Hartwig, Kim Henner, Jennifer Heiser, Connie McGrath. Row 3, Vicki Moen, Ginny Hanson, Joan Gilbertson, A1 Soper, Jon Whit-Mar ((Photographers.) Below: Graduating Senior Editors Sue Disrud and Ramona Gordee contributed four years of hard work to the annual staff. They served as Junior editors and Senior Editors, doing a willing and capable job as both. They will be missed. Above: Front, Sue Disrud, Ramona Gordee, Senior Editors; Back: Tammy Johnson, Junior Editor. Lower Left; Ramona and Sue leaving Yellowstone Lake after the Annual Staff summer picnic in June, 1979. THROUGH THE EYE OF THE CAMERA AND THE WRITTEN WORD, WE RECORD SCHOOL EVENTS. MAY YOU ALWAYS CHERISH THEM.jf, NATION MONO SOC Left: CHARTER MEMBERS OF THE NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY AT ARGYLE HIGH SCHOOL Row 1: Ben Espenscheid, Sarah Espenscheid, Roberta Blum, Rhonda Bredeson, Reynold Saalsaa Row 2: Mrs. Schulte, Advisor; Nancy Moen, Laurie Holmes, A1 Soper, Jerry Bredeson Row 3: Lynn Wire, Donna Gilbertson, Ron Martin, Jim Montgomery, Ramona Gordee Left: STUDENT COUNCIL MEMBERS Row 1: Mr. Bell, Advisor, Ginny Hanson, Teresa Cornell, MaryJo Wilhelmson, Keith Rits-chards. Row 2: Julie Saalsaa, Vicki Moen, Caroline Rossing, Bobby Flannery, Steve Tol-lakson Row 3: Kurt Tollakson, Jeff Dammen, Stacy Meyer, Jim Lewis, Brent Penniston. ABOVE: FORENSICS PARTICIPANTS, ROW 1: Steve Johnson, Debbie Kipfer, Ann Johnson Row 2: Lucia Brown, Amy Krahen-buhl, Mr. Hassel, Forensics Coach. Left: National Honor Society Officers: Front: Jim Montgomery, President; Ramona Gordee, Vice-President; Back: Laurie Holmes, Secretary; Roberta Blum, Treasurer. Right: Student Council Officers: Jim Lewis, President; Brent Penniston; Stacy Meyer, Secretary; Bobby Flannery, T reasurer.Upper Left: BRIDGE BUILDING CON-TEST Row 1: Jon Whitmar, Deanna Benson, Nancy Moen, A1 Soper, Neal Hendrickson Row 2: Mr. Bell, Advisor, Judy Fisher, Bonny flannery, Teresa Cor-Nell, Lynn Wire, Kurt Tollakson. Row 3: Tammy Johnson, Rick Vinger, Jeff Johnson, John Amorose, Randy Swingen, Kevin Johnson Row 4: Jerry Bredeson, Steve Johnson, Ron Martin, Mike Wilson, Bill Wire, Ben Espenscheid, Mike Flannery. Nancy Moen, front row center, placed thirteenth in the National Bridge Building Contest in Chicago in June. Way to go, Nancy! Upper Right: CHESS CLUB Row 1: Jeff Makos, Jeff Johnson, John Tollakson Row 2: Steve Johnson, Jerry Bredeson, Rick Vinger, Nancy Moen Row 3: Mr. Bell, Advisor, Jon Espenscheid, John Amorose, Randy Swingen. Above Left: “FUN TIMES” Newspaper Staff: Row 1, Wendy Heiser, Editor, Laura Hanson, Vicki Moen, Shirley Moen, Lynn Wire, Margaret Spears Row 2: Tammy Johnson, Teresa Cornell, Doreen Den-ure, Laurie Jackson, Ann Johnson, Laurie Holmes, Miss McCaulley, Advisor Row 3: Nancy Moen, Judy Fisher, Sue Disrud, Kurt Tollakson, Vicki Tollakson, Stacy Meyer, Deanna Benson. Above: INDUSTRIAL ARTS CLUB, Row 1: John Tollakson, Ray Johnson, Mike Wilson, Tom Hartwig, Scott Bredeson, Steve Tollakson Row 2: Delbert DeNure, Tim Holmes, Brian Mundt, Dan Nelson, Kevin Johnson Row 3: Mr. Canfield, Advisor, Scott Hauser, Jeff Lewis, Bill Zuidema, Dorsey Penniston, Jeff Mundt Row 4: Jon Whitmar. A1 Soper, Neal Hendrickson, Jeff Dammen, Memoc Cuevas, Royal Berg. Lower Left: One-Act Play, “Welcome To The Monkey House” Row 1: Jennifer Heiser, Kim Henner, Julie Saalsaa Row 2: Amy Krahenbuhl, Mike Wilson, Dorsey Penniston, Rick Vinger Row 3: Troy Dunlavey, Mr. Doelder, Advisor Director, Gwen Schlafli. Below: TRIG CLUB, Steve Johnson, Ron Martin, Mr. Bell, Advisor. COSINEBelow: ON THE MOVE 1. Steve Tollakson 2: Amy Krahenbuhl 3. Coach Harvey 4. Jennifer Heiser 5. Dwight Kallembach 6. Mike Wilson 7. Donna Gilbertson 8. Caroline Rossing 9. Sarah Espenscheid 10. Mark Johnson 11. Joan Gilbertson 12. Wendy Heiser 13. Lenny Tollakson Above: GIRLS’ TRACK Row 1: Gwen Schlafli, Mrs. Discher, Coach, Donna Gilbertson Row 2: Sarah Espenscheid, Jennifer Heiser, Wendy Heiser Row 3: Joan Gilbertson,, Amy Krahenbuhl, Caroline Rossing RIGHT; BOYS’ TRACK Row 1: Bill Wire, Dwight Kallembach Row 2: Steve Tollakson, Mike WilsonVOLLEYBALL Left Varsity, Top to Bottom: Pam Johnson, Vicki Tollakson, Laurie Holmes, Judy Fisher, Deanna Benson, Amy Krahenbuhl, Tammy Johnson, Teresa Cornell, Lucia Brown, Sheila Hendrickson, Mrs. Discher, Coach Below: Technical help, Margaret Wilhelmson, Chris Krebs, Xochitl Cuevas, Duane Garrison, Stacy Meyer, Wendy Blum, Ruth Boynton JR. VARSITY Left Front Laura Hanson, Julie Saalsaa, Lori Peterson Row 2: Jennifer Heiser, Jana Stephens, Amy Krahenbuhl, Sheila Hendrickson, Top: Lucia Brown, Vicki Moen, Ann Johnson, Shirlene Hartwig, Crystal Penniston, Joan Gilbertson, Caroline Rossing, Coach Discher. Bottom left: “The Team” Argyle’s All-Conference Honorable Mention Volleyball player, Pam Johnson 51r-1 r Cd h O o 7 9 VARSITY FOOTBALL Tim Holmes; All Conference Honorable Mention, Jim Montgomery, Brian Mundt, Brent Penniston, Neal Hendrickson, Jon Whitmar, Dorsey Penniston, Dan Lancaster. Jeff Dammen, Keith Kammerud, Bill Zuidema Lower inset left: Gerald Bruehl-man, Captain and All Conference Honorable Mention; Lower inset right: Memoc Cuevas, Captain Row 1: Joe Hauser, Kurt Tollakson, Jim Montgomery, Duane Garrison, Coach Jeff Baughman Row 2: Don Golack-son, Keith Kammerud, Brent Penniston, Mike Wilson, Dwight Kallemback, Raynold Saalssa, Steve Tollakson Row 3: Jeff Mundt, Dorsey Penniston, Tim Holmes, Memoc Cuevas, Jeff Dammen, Delbert DeNure, Dan Lancaster, Rick Vinger, Bill Wire Row 4: Brian Mundt, Kevin Johnson, Dan Nelson, Mike Flannery, Jon Whitmar, Neal Hendrickson, Steve Flannery, Royal Berg, Bill Zuidema, Gerald BruehlmanJ.V. FOOTBALL Junior Varsity Row 1 Coach Baughman, Jim Holmes, Joe Hauser, Randy Denure, Duane Garrison, Dennis Lancaster Row 2 Ben Espenscheid, Don Golackson, Steve Tollakson, Mike Wilson, Delbert Denure, Randy Berg Row 3 Kevin Johnson, Scott Canon, Dan Nelson, Mike Flannery, Bill Wire, Jon Amorose, Ricky Vinger Above left: Getting things straight; Jim “splits the uprights” Above: Set to win Left Warming up for a victory: watching for a loose ball Below left: Great team spirit and support helped Argyle place fourth in the State Line League Below: Helping a Barneveld player to the groundB O Y S B A S K E T B A L L SENIOR BASKETBALL FLAYERS, Top to Bottom: .Jim Montgomery, Kevin Gruenberg, Ron Martin, Memoc Cuevas, Jon Whitmar, Brian Mundt, Jim Lewis, A1 Soper, Brent Penniston, Neal Hendrickson. VARSITY TEAM: Row 1: Jim Lewis, Brent Penniston, Coach Mark Klarner, Ron Martin, Kevin Gruenberg Row 2: Memoc Cuevas, Jim Montgomery, Brian Mundt, Jon Whitmar, AI Soper Neal Hendrickson, Al Olson. JUNIOR-VARSITY TEAM: Row 1, Bob Makos, Jon Espenscheid, Brian McDonald Row 2: Dan Nelson, Randy DeNure, Duane Garrison. Bill Wire, John Amorose Row 3: Jeff Makos, Steve Tollakson, Kevin Johnson, Mike Flannery, Mike Wilson, Coach John CanfieldPS J co ABOVE: Row 1: Ruth Boynton; Manager, Krystal Johnson, Vicki Tollakson, Pam Johnson, Joan Gilbertson, Manager, Row 2: Assistant Coach Ms. McCaulley, Donna Gilbertson, Lynn Wire, Gwen Schlafli, Renee Saalsaa, Lori Peterson, Coach Baughman Row 3: Shirley Moen, Victoria Dunlavy, Crystal Penniston, Shirlene Hartwig, Teresa Cornell, Stacy Meyer Row 4: Holly Wirtz, Nannette Dammen, Chris Bruehl-man, Lucia Brown, Pam Steiner, Nancy Moen, Katy Amorose Senior Basketball Players: Victoria Dunlavy, Shirley Moen, Holly Wirtz, Katy Amorose, Donna Gilbertson, Lynn Wire Above Left: Varsity Football Cheerleaders: Holly Wirtz, Katy Amorose, Kim Henner, Debbie Kipfer, Rhonda Brede-son, Wendy Heiser. Upper Right: Varsity Basketball Cheerleaders: Left to Right: Wendy Heiser, Kim Henner, Debbie Kipfer, Rhonda Bredeson, Deanna Benson, Amy Krahenbuhl. Middle Left: Junior-Varsity Basketball Cheerleaders: Julie Saalsaa, Candy Edler, Ann Johnson, Jana Stephens, Sheila Hendrickson, Laurie Holmes. Above: Junior-Varsity Football Cheerleaders: Nannette Dam-men Row 2: Pam Steiner, Anita Comis-key Row 3: Candy Edler, Renee Saalsaa Top: Krystal Johnson Left: SENIOR CHEERLEADERS: Holly Wirtz, Wendy Heiser, Katy AmoroseSCHOOL COOKS: Mary Gilbertson, Sue Johnson, Lillian Johnson, Pearl Soper; CUSTODIANS: John Gierhart, Kirk Wenger, Jake Wyss. SCHOOL LIFE: 1) Pie in the Eye 2) Perspectives 3) Rip Van Orioles oooooooooooooooooooooooo ®®®®®®®@®®@®®®@ ooooooooooooooooooooooooTop-Left to Right, Row 1: Loren Homb-6th and 7th grade Social Studies and High School Driver’s Education, Ron Waage-Physical Education, and Edna Wenger-Title I Teacher. Row 2: Randa Dennis-Learning Disabilities Teacher, Marge Stangeland-Title I Teacher, Catherine Forbes-Read-ing Specialist, and Mary Everson-Title I Aid. SCHOOL LIFE: l)Descend, Dorsey 2)Schottische 3)Phy. Ed. transportation 4)A different mode of Phy. Ed. transportation 00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000MARIA MARIA DEL GADO — ARGYLE’S THIRD FOREIGN EXCHANGE STUDENT Maria came to us for the 1979-1980 school year from San Martine, El Salvador. She was born on January 7, 1962 and is now seventeen years old. Her family includes her father, Jose, who is a carpenter; her mother, Julia, who is a merchant; sister Zoila, who is 22, sister Yolando, 20, and two brothers, twins Jose and Eduardo, fifteen years old. Maria has found Argyle to be very small and very cold. She hopes to be a secretary when she returns to her home. Maria lived with the Norman and Pat Johnson family while in America.Row 1: Greg Wilson, Mark Flannery, Chris Johnson, Todd Flannery, Mike Butson Row 2: Linda Gavigan. Allison Berg, Sandy High, Lynnette Erickson, Leland Schild Row 3: Amy Bredeson, Beth Dunlavy, Julie Fitz, Barrie Cuevas, Mr. Doelder. 5) (8) (S) (§) (8) (8) (jo) (joj) (joD @ (jsj) @ (§) @ ) © (qj (q) (oj ( ) (©J (oj (qJ (q) (Q5 sT® ®® ® Row 1: Gene Truehardt, Kurt Flannery, Tim Daly. Carrie Wyttenbach, Kate Frey Row 2: Daryl Dammen, David Soper, Diane Hendrickson, Caramel Berg, Christine Johnson Row 3: Chuck Hendrickson, Wendy Canon, Kimberly Andrews, Lisa Peterson, Mrs. ThompsonMr. Homb Row 1: Kurt Waage, Dale Wilhelmson, Jeff Johnson, John Henner, Kenny Brown, Steve McNett, Robbie DeNure Row 2: Jeff Lancaster, John Dunlavy, Lonnie Severson, Tami Blum, Monica Loeffelholz, Lynn Krebs, Annette Hauser, Debbie Comiskey Row 3: Jeff Nelson, Laverne Richards, Keith Jackson, Johnny Hinjosa, Todd Ruegsegger, Cindy Coulth-ard, Brenda Blum, Lisa Kallembach Mrs. Rossing Row 1: Amy Jo Gilbertson, Connie Wyttenbach, Doug Gierhart. Todd Lelle, Row 2: Amy Hagen, Diane Garrison, Bobby Saalsaa. Paul Johnson, Mike Moen, Row 3: Tracey Amorose, June Sebranek, Donna Flannerv. Suzie Daly Frank Loeffelholz 63® ® ® ® ® ® ® ® ® ® ® G R A D E 5 How 1: Kurt Saalsaa, David Krebs, Rodney Hendrickson. Tina Goecks, Lori Lien Row 2: Annette Bartels. Tina Bonjour. Sherri Wirth, Julie Barry. Steve Tree Row 3: Angie Olson, Tim Mathys, Cathy Mize, Jim Flannagan, Mrs. Moen ® ® ® ® ® ® ® ® ® ® @ ® ® ® ® ® ® ® ® Row 1: Mary Krahenbuhl, Darci Dammen, Thad Andrews, Jeff Amorose, Dennis Flannery, Jodi Kallem-bach, Toni Hassenfeldt, Robin Treuthardt Row 2: Tammy Ruegsegger, Jeff Peterson, Steve Flanagan, Bernard Moen, Deanna Flannery. Sara Everson, Stacy Wirth Row 3: Carrie Espenscheid, Todd Tollakson! Marie Briggs, Julie Dunlavy. Holly Jaggi, Eric Makos, John Stephens, Joel Sebranek, Mrs. Espenscheid ®®®®@®®®®®®®®®®®®®®®®®®®®®@®®®®®®®®® § 64Row 1: Jenny Dunlavy, Maureen Wilheimson, Jolene Edler, Scott Olson, Shawn Anderson, Tim Lelle, Gary McGrath Row 2: Deanna Blum, April Gierhart, Jeremy Hagen, Jon J. Lewis, Lance Fenniston, Larry Lien, Danny Nelson. Betty Walters, Mrs. Anderson. Row 3: Shelly Dir, Dean Flannery. Vicki Moen, Daryl Flannery, Allen Coulthard, Betty Jo Granberg, Iammy Wdlis, Kim Butson, Amy Reusch, Heather Jaggi ® ® ® ® ® ® ® ® ® ® Row 1: Terry Ruegsegger, Amy Voegli, Alan Severson, Steven Flannery, Mike Gilbertson, Tom Nysted Row 2: Heather Pickett. Collen Weaver, Amy Dammen, Jennifer Brown, Chad Vinger, Toby Goecks Row 3: Gretchen Mosley, Debbie Hexom, Amy Flanagan. Steve Walters, Jamie Dammen, Kevin Makos, Mrs. Schraepfer. ® ® ® ® ® ® ® 6  i ® ® ® ® ® ® ® ® ® ® ® ® ® ® ® ® ® ® ® ® @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ 66 How 1: Fatty Bonjour. Heidi Vanevenhoven. Danny Boynton, Allen Dir, Chad Mathys. Row 2: Ellen Peterson, Jennifer Hanson. Kent Kallembach, Gerald Gerber, Tarra Lelle. Row 3: Brenda Gierhart, Julia Henner, Ethan Weiler, John Gierhart, Mrs. Olson Row 1: Monica Cuevas. Brent Kallembach, Damon Widmer, Michael Flanagan, Tim Phillipson. Row 2: Susan Briggs. Perry Granberg, Sheryl DeMario, Darin Fortney, Danny Daly. Row 3: John Bartles, Betsy Coulthard, Heidi Benson, Jackie Schild, Tammy Hassenfelt, Danny Svendsen, Mrs. SchutzRow 1: Mrs. Venden, Kreg Waage, Tammy Flannery, Nicole Thompson, John Granherg, Cheri Mize, Row 2: Kevin Nelson, Aml er Rundhaug, Camie Peterson, Todd Rear, Melanie Tieman, Jennifer Nelson. Row 1: Gene Hanson, Wendy Flanagan, Heidi Haesler, Jennifer Neuenschwander, Travis Ruegsegger Row 2: Melissa Buholzer, Marsha DeMario, Kim Voegli. Michelle Hodgson Row 3: Eric Mau, Brenda Reusch, Michael Godfrey, Christopher Baumann. Mark Flanagan, Mrs. Venden. p R E S c H O O L Row 1: Melissa Arnot, Chad Chapman, Kurt Vanevenhoven, Angela Arians, Jason Gilbertson, Ben Benson Row 2: Jimmy Flannery, Harlan Saalsaa, Shane Johnosn, Mrs. Frey. Hilda Nevins, School Nurse Row 1: Chris Guthrie, Tim Isely, Matthew Hauser, Jessie Kramer Row 2: Mrs. Frey, Jeffery Gilbertson, Jason Hanson, Eric Falsey, Jennifer BlumTop picture, 5th Grade Beginning Band Members Row 1: Lori Lien, flute, Suzie Daly, flute, Donna Flannery, flute, Amy Espenscheid, flute, Amy Jo Gilbertson, flute, Angie Olson, flute, Row 2: Cathy Mize, trombone, Amy Hagen, clarinet, Julie Barry, clarinet, June Sebranek, clarinet, Connie Wyttenbach, clarinet, Tina Goecks, clarinet Row 3: Doug Gierhart, drums, Diane Garrison, drums, Rodney Hendrickson, french horn, Todd Lelle, trombone, Jimmy Flanagan, trumpet, Frank Loeffelholz, trumpt, Paul Johnson, trumpet, Tina Bonjour, trumpet Mr. Dennis Boettcher, director. Middle picture, 6th and 7th Grade Junior Band Members Row 1: Tami Blum, flute; Annette Hauser, flute; Lisa Kallembach, flute; Brenda Blum, flute; Diane Hendrickson, flute Row 2; Barrie Cuevas, clarinet; Kimberly Andrews, clarinet; Monica Loeffelholz, clarinet; Ismael Hin-ajosa, trumpet Row 3: Lisa Peterson, drums; Beth Dunlavy, drums; Thad Espenscheid, drums; Robbie DeN-ure, drums; Dale Wilhelmson, drums Special Education: Row 1: Betty Walters, Shelly Schmid, Mr. Harvey, Lucy Harris, Marlene Comisky, Row 2: Randy Bernett, Mary Walters, Billy Jo Schmid 691) Happy “characters” at the end of a school day 2) More media at Argyle High school 3) Cesa 14 Spelling Bee participants, Matt Thorson, upper left, and Mary Wyttenbach, Lower right. 4) Argyle’s used car lot 5) Who is Frances Willard? 6) Num-Num 7) Roman invasion.y=k+rerf -tke. TREASURED ECHOES l 02.0Air TNIRTY-TUO AKGVU H S« SCWoOi Atf SV££ Loxseonjsx j AK Vl£ S t Sc.O . 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