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

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Argyle High School, Argyle, WI53504, Vol. 39Changes in Attitudes ... • •• • ® 'Orange Crush' is a registered trademark of Crush International. Inc." This year A.H.S. has seen some important changes. The most noticeable improvement for the better has been the attitude. General attitude about the school, its sports programs, its extracurricular activities, and the overall feeling has been more uplifting than in past years. The year of 1986 brought forth a pride towards the school, which may be attributed to the sports program adopting an “Orange Crush” ® theme. Many cheers have employed the use of these rousing words, and it seems to have had a profound impact upon the way our athletes compete. Our athletes play more determined, aggressive, and ready to win. While the Orioles may not win every game, they put forth their best effort — the effort of winners at heart — every time to live up to their “Orange Crush” ® nickname. This, in turn, spills over into the academic facet of A.H.S., and because of this, Argyle has good reason to be proud of its school system. 5Spirit Week The football cheerleaders sponsored dress up days during Homecoming week to promote school spirit. This year, Monday was inside out and backwards day, Tuesday was hat and shades day, Wednesday was 50’s day, Thursday was opposite sex day, and Friday was the traditional orange and black day. The best or most original boy and girl and teacher were selected each day. Winners received prizes at the Friday night pep rally. 6Fun and Games Homecoming! This word strikes a chord in both students and faculty alike each year when football season rolls around. Faculty and students plan and organize the events for Homecoming many weeks in advance, and the excitement just keeps building. Pictured on this page you can see students and faculty enjoying themselves on the Friday afternoon before the big Homecoming game. One of the highlights for AHS students is an afternoon of fun and games at the park. Even the less spirited students get caught up in the festivities. Once again, the student council organized the activities at the park. Games included the tug-of-war, the circle sit, 5-legged races, piggy back races, a pudding eating contest, the plank race, and a bike race. The senior class was the overall champion during competition throughout the week and totally dominated the games at the park. Even though the seniors won the championship at the games, everybody, including the underclassmen, were good sports. Whether they won or lost, the students had a good time and looked forward to the pep rally, snake dance, and bonfire later on that night. Homecoming week at Argyle proved once and for all that AHS has the most school spirit in the State Line League! 8 K. .A-, . , I ! ■ « . a-r , . v ‘ if— avi jcgAaSae , Parade Time Excitement, spirit, balloons, music, horses, floats! Homecoming parade 1986 was all this and more. Nursery rhymes was the theme chosen for this years class float competition. The Junior class float — BAKE 'EM — won first place honors. The Sophomores came in second and the Freshmen were third. 10Prince Thurston Hanson Princess Denise Johnson Home- coming Royalty King Curt Saalsaa Queen June Sebranek Duke Bernard Moen Duchess Darci Dammen 11 Count Ron Olson Countess Kim Butson Lord A1 Severson Lady Teri RuegseggerAnnual Sta££ Back Row: Left to right: John Stephens, Bernard Moen, Joel Sebra-nek, Michelle Hodgson. Third Row: Advisor Mrs. Herbers, April Gierhart, Jodi Kallembach, Darci Dammen. Tammy Ruegsegger, Sara Everson, Julie Dunlavy, Toni Hassenfelt, Jenny Dunlavy. Second Row: Suzanne Daly, Amy Jo Gilbertson, Donna Flannery, Amy Hagen. Front Row: June Sebra-nek, Business Manager; Thurston Hanson, Senior Editor; Lori Lien, Editor. Students, The completed yearbook you have in front of you began as a vision in mid-July. Since that time, the yearbook staff has sold many ads, taken thousands of pictures, and worked very long hours to put this book together for you. Special thanks to our advisor, Mrs. Herbers, who devoted much of her free time and creative ideas to this year’s book. Thanks also to Photoland III for taking the group and organization pictures and developing pictures for us at the last minute. I hope this yearbook helps you to remember the moments spent with friends in all aspects of school life this past year. Lori Lien, Editor HwMimd Echoes PRCYLE HIGH SCHOOL YEARBOOK SALES STAFF P.O. BOX I . . ARGYLE. WI 53604 (608) 543-3314Letterwinners Back Row; Left to right: Lance Penniston, Ron Olson, Dean Flannery, Jon Schulte, Dan Nelson. Fourth Row: Todd Tollakson, Brad Connors, Bernard Moen, Eric Makos, Scott Mathys, Denny Beutel, Dennis Flannery, Joel Sebranek. Third Row: Carrie Es-penscheid, Holly Jaggi, Michelle Webster, Vicki Moen, Sara Everson, Jodi Kallembach, Tammy Ruegsegger, Darci Dammen, Julie Dunlavy, Robin Treuthardt, Mary Krahenbuhl, Jeff Amorose. Second Row: Dave Krebs, Cathy Mize, Julie Barry, Angie Olson, June Sebranek. Lori Lien, Amy Hagen. Suzanne Daly, Tim Mathys, Jamie Root. Front Row: Ron Nelson. Donna Flannery. Tina Bonjour, Diane Garrison, Connie Wyttenbach, Sherri Wirth, Lance Nall. Badger Boy And Girl Delegates Back Row: June Sebranek and Tim Mathys, alternates. Front Row: Lori Lien and Thurston Hanson, delegates. Lori was also chosen as the DAR representative from Argyle High School and attended the Na tional Young Leaders Conference. 15NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Back Row: Left to right: Thurston Hanson, Julie Dunlavy, Bernard Moen. Front Row: Advisor Mrs. Bro-chtrup, Lori Lien, President; June Sebranek, Vice-President; Amy Hagen, Secretary-Treasurer; and Suzanne Daly. STUDENT COUNCIL Back Row: Left to right: Lance Pen-niston, Chandra Hanson, Mike Bah-ler, Ron Olson. Middle Row: John Stephens, Jamie Root, Amy Hagen, Thurston Hanson, Joel Sebranek, Advisor Mr. Haffele. Front Row: Darci Dammen, Secretary; Suzanne Daly, Vice-President; June Sebranek, President; Mary Krahenbuhl, Treasurer; and Robin Treuthardt, Historian. 16OFFICE AIDES Back Row: Left to right: June Sebra-nek, Cathy Mize, Secretary Mrs. Pat Johnson, Amy Hagen, Connie Wyttenbach. Front Row: Tammy Ruegsegger, Amy Jo Gilbertson, Robin Treuthardt, Angie Olson. FORENSICS Back Row: Left to right: Chandra Hanson, Jennifer Brown, Vicki Moen, Chad Vinger. Middle Row: Jodi Kallembach, Darci Dammen, Bernard Moen, Sara Everson, Mike Gilbertson. Front Row: Lori Lien, Thurston Hanson, Suzanne Daly, Amy Hagen, and Advisor Mr. Has-sel. 17FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA Back Row: Left to right: Laura Hanson, Michelle Hodgson, Misty Kiefer, Brenda Reusch, Melissa Buholzer, and Mrs. Herbers, Advisor. Middle Row: Holly Jaggi, Cheri Mize, Sara Everson, Jackie Schild, and Nicole Thompson. Front Row: Betty Jo Granberg, Historian; Tammy Rueg-segger. Reporter; Amy Hagen, President; Michelle Webster, Kim But-son, Secretary; and Maureen Wil-helmson. Treasurer. FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA Back Row: Left to right: Shawn Gratz, Larry Lien, Tom Hiller, Andy Bartels, Bob Saalsaa, and Doug Gier-hart. Third Row: Mr. Scheider, Advisor; Dennis Siegel, Jenny Dunlavy; Jennifer Brown, Amy Dammen, Debbie Hexom, Jason Hendrickson, and Kevin Makos. Second Row: Rodney Hendrickson. Dave Rosebrook, Jamie Dammen, Donna Flannery, and Julie Dunlavy. Front Row: Lori Lien, Treasurer, Suzanne Daly, Student Advisor; Eric Makos, Vice President; Curt Saalsaa, President; Amy Espenscheid. Secretary; and Scott Olson, Sentinel. Missing when the picture was taken was Carrie Espenscheid, Reporter. 18FRENCH CLUB Back Row: Left to right: Jodi Kallem-bach, Mrs. Schulte, and Sara Everson. Third Row: Joel Sebranek, Bernard Moen, Lance Nall, Darci Dam-men, Mary Krahenbuhl, Dennis Flannery, Todd Tollakson. and Chad Vinger. Second Row: John Stephens, Michelle Zurfluh, Jon Schulte, Tim Mathys, Chandra Hanson, and David Rosebrook. Front Row: Kerri Burton, Amy Jo Gilbertson, June Sebranek, Thurston Hanson, Amy Hagen, Suzanne Daly, and Jamie Root. TRIG CLUB Back Row: Left to right: Frank Loef-felholz, Kerri Burton, Amy Hagen, and Lori Lien. Front Row: Thurston Hanson, Mr. Rugroden, and Mike Moen. 19H.S. BAND Back Row: Left to right: Mr. Thompson, Vicki Moen, Deanna Flannery, and Darryl Bates. Middle Row: Colleen Weaver, Amy Dammen, Tammy Bartels, Connie Wyttenbach, Kim Butson, and Mike Gilbertson. Front Row: Holly Jaggi, Librarian; Michelle Webster, Lori Lien, President; Sara Everson, Secretary; Darci Dammen, Treasurer. PEP BAND Back Row: Left to right: Mr. Thompson, Advisor; Amy Hagen, Lori Lien, Heather Jaggi, Julie Dunlavy, Sara Everson, Mike Godfrey, Dan Daly, Kim Butson, and Darci Dammen. Third Row: Darryl Bates, Mike Gilbertson, Ellen Peterson, Brenda Gierhart, Sheryl DeMario, Monica Cuevas, and Colleen Weaver. Second Row: Angie Olson, Connie Wyttenbach, Diane Garrison, Cheri Mize, Laura Hanson, Melissa Buhol-zer, Nikki Thompson, Michelle Hodgson, Marcia DeMario, and Camie Peterson. Front Row: Amy Dammen, Jennifer Brown, Vicki Moen, Jenny Dunlavy, Toni Hassen-felt, Holly Jaggi. Michelle Webster, and Deanna Flannery. 20H.S. CHORUS Back Row: Left to right: Jodi Kallem-bach, Stacy Wirth, Tammy Willis, Tammy Ruegsegger, Vicki Moen, Tammy Bartels, Amy Dammen, Debbie Hexom, and Mr. Bayer-Thompson. Middle Row: Angie Gerber, Betty Jo Granberg. Julie Barry. Ten Ruegsegger. Jennifer Brown. Michelle Webster. Mike Gilbertson. Front Row: Darci Dammen, Librarian; Holly Jaggi, Librarian; Lori Lien, President; Donna Flannery, Historian; and Sara Everson, Secre-tary Treasurer. SWING CHOIR Back Row: Left to right: Brian Hedi-ger, Thurston Hanson, and Mr. Bayer-Thompson. Middle Row: Julie Dunlavy, Sara Everson. Holly Jaggi, Tammy Ruegsegger Front Row: Donna Flannery, Vicki Moen, Annette Hediger, Darci Dammen. and Amy Hagen. 21The 1986 football squad was a hard working, very dedicated group of young men. The senior team members were a fine group of leaders. Although we were not successful as far as having winning scores, I feel these men were and are the people who led the way to turning the program around. I respect each and every one of them a great deal. These young men are really winners in my eyes. Coach Steve MesslingFootball Varsity Argyle vs. Potosi 6-34 Argyle vs. Benton 0-29 Argyle vs. Barneveld 8-30 Argyle vs. Holy Name 0-42 Argyle vs. New Glarus 0-35 Argyle vs. Black Hawk 0-29 Argyle vs. Williams Bay 0-33 Argyle vs. Belleville 6-35 Argyle vs. Pecatonica 0-34 FIGHTING ORIOLES Football Team: Back Row: Left to right: Coach Scheider. Lance Penniston, Daryl Flannery, Brad Connors, Joel Sebranek, Jon Schulte. Ron Olson, Tim Mathys, Todd Tollakson. Bernard Moen, and Coach Messling. Middle Row: Jamie Root. Darryl Bates, Bob Saalsaa, Thurston Hanson. Mike Bahler. Larry VanDusen, Dennis Flan nery, Curt Saalsaa, and Al Severson. Front Row: Ryan McNett, manager; Steve Flannery. Tom Nysted, Chad Vinger, Jeff Amorose, Ron Nelson, and Lance Nall. Missing when the picture was taken were managers Dan Godfrey and Chad Berget. Junior Varsity Argyle vs. Belleville 2-6 Argyle vs. Holy Name 12-20 Argyle vs. New Glarus 0-29 Argyle vs. Black Hawk 6-8 Argyle vs. Belleville 2-6 Argyle vs. Pecatonica 0-49This years volleyball squads proved what two groups of girls could do by working together as teams. I feel their cooperation to try changes, their ability to get along, and their determination to work together as a team instead of working as all individuals helped contribute to each squads success. We’d like to extend congratulations to Diane Garrison who made the All-Conference second team. Coach Marge OlsonLEFT: Girls’ Junior Varsity Volleyball: Top to Bottom: Betty Jo Granberg, Debbie Hexom, Chandra Hanson, Jennifer Brown, Tammy Willis, April Gierhart. Michelle Webster. Sara Everson, and Coach Marge Olson. Girls9 Volleyball Varsity Opponent Junior Varsity loss Scales Mound win win Juda loss Monticello loss win Albany loss loss Belleville loss Juda loss New Glarus loss loss Barneveld win loss Albany win Pecatonica loss Black Hawk win win Pecatonica win loss Barneveld loss Monticello loss Belleville loss loss Black Hawk loss New Glarus Girls’ Varsity Volleyball: Back Row: Darci Dammen, Diane Garrison, Coach Marge Olson, Angie Olson, Sherri Wirth. Front Row: Tammy Ruegsegger. June Sebranek, Cathy Mize, and Robin Treuthardt. Missing when picture was taken were managers Brenda Gierhart and Tammy Bartels.Varsity Football Cheerleaders: Top: Mary Krahenbuhl and Amy Hagen, Co-Captain. Standing: Left to right: Julie Dunlavy, Lori Lien, and Connie Wyttenbach. Co-Captain. Sitting: Carrie Espenscheid. and miniature cheerleader Janelle Dunlavy. Junior Varsity Football Cheerleaders: Top: Colleen Weaver. Standing: Left to right: Jennifer Dunlavy and Kim Butson. Sitting: Randelle Fan-nan, miniature cheerleader Janelle Dunlavy, and Teri Ruegsegger.C,V E£ 1 EAGER I Varsity Basketball Cheerleaders: Top: Left to right: Mary Krahenbuhl, Amy Hagen Co-Captain, and Jodi Kallembach. Standing: Angie Olson Co-Captain, Tina Bonjour, and Donna Flannery. Kneeling: Tammy Ruegsegger. Junior-Varsity Basketball Cheerleaders: Top: Left to right: Randelle Fannan, and Angie Gerber. Standing: Tammy Willis and Kim Butson. Kneeling: Tammy Bartels. Argyle’s football cheerleading squad was comprised of six Varsity cheerleaders and five Junior-Varsity cheerleaders. Along with a wide variety of cheers at games to encourage players and boost spirit among spectators, the cheerleaders performed pom routines for half-time entertainment and planned many excellent pep rallies. The Fightin’ Oriole basketball cheerleading season saw the return of experienced girls on the Varsity Squad and many new faces on the Junior-Varsity Squad. The Varsity squad competed at a state-wide competition at the Mecca Center, Milwaukee, in December. Pep rallies, poster-making, and spirit boosting activities accompanied their cheering at games during the season. Mrs. Ruth Espenscheid, Advisor V. The 1986-87 Varsity Basketball season went fast for me as a coach, but for the players it probably seemed very long, as the losses out numbered the victories by a wide margin. As the coach, I saw great things happen that set examples for the underclassmen who will be members of the varsity basketball teams in future years to come. The four graduating team members, Dave, Tim, Jamie, and Curt, will be remembered for helping get the basketball program started in a better direction. The student body, faculty, parents, and other fans were super in support all season long. With all this in perspective, great things will come about in the boys’ basketball program here at AHS. Coach Roger Godfrey Junior Varsity Boys’ Basketball: Back Row: Left to right: Shawn Gratz, Dan Nelson, Larry VanDusen, Coach Jim Montgomery, Jon Jay Lewis. Larry Lien, and Kevin Makos. Front Row: Mike Bahler, Al Severson, Steve Flannery, and Darryl Bates. BELOW: Varsity Boys’ Basketball: Left to right: Jamie Root. Curt Saalsaa. Scott Ma thys, Tom Hiller, Tim Mathys, Dean Flannery, Lance Penniston. Joel Sebranek. Todd Tollakson. Dennis Flannery. Dave Krebs, and Jeff Amorose. Missing when the picture was taken was Coach Roger Godfrey and managers Cathy Mize and T. J. Ruegsegger Boys’ Basketball Varsity Opponent Junior Vars 46-77 Benton 38-44 44-81 Pecatonica 38-58 53-68 Albany 42-61 40-44 Barneveld 32-31 56-81 Belleville 36-66 47-82 Black Hawk 55-56 35-61 Brodhead 49-63 52-79 Holy Name 41-60 60-48 Juda 60-31 51-71 Monticello 45-40 25-72 New Glarus 27-58 59-65 Pecatonica 38-53 45-71 Albany 45-61 52-50 OT Barneveld 36-39 OT 54-77 Holy Name 38-53 41-71 Belleville 35-44 41-81 Black Hawk 50-64 57-64 Juda 57-43 victoriesT.E.A.M. — Together Everyone Achieves More. Those four words summarize this season to a “T”. The 1986-87 Girls’ Varsity Basketball Team relied on team play for their great success. The girls played so well as a team that over all talent overshadowed stand out performance. The girls should be very proud of their accomplishments this season. They went against all odds to make the season what it was. Up until the last week of the season, the girls were in the chase for the conference championship. Congratulations, ‘Fightin’ Lady Orioles’ on a very fine season. Coach Loren Homb Varsity Girls’ Basketball: Left to right: Amy Espenscheid, Diane Garrison, Connie Wyttenbach, Coach Homb, Robin Treu-thardt, Julie Dunlavy, and Michelle Zurfluh.LEFT: Junior Varsity Girls’ Basketball: Left to right: Amy Dammen, Heather Pickett, Jenny Dunlavy, Debbie Hexom, Teri Ruegsegger, Jennifer Brown, Carrie Espenscheid, and Coach Patti Larson. IffOYLl Girls’ Basketball Varsity Opponent Junior Varsity 38-56 Wisconsin Heights 22-41 48-41 Monticello 21-22 54-42 Juda 56-58 OT Warren 45-43 OT Darlington 35-30 Pecatonica 27-25 37-36 New Glarus 37-25 33-37 Belleville 20-43 39-40 Albany 27-25 30-48 Barneveld 22-45 50-47 Black Hawk 28-42 39-32 Monticello 32-38 49-46 Juda 39-36 New Glarus 19-31 74-45 Pecatonica 29-37 42-40 Albany 32-40 31-35 Belleville 11-30 43-51 Barneveld 24-46 46-52 Black Hawk 35-48 Victories v: .............................ministrationSta££AdministrationSta££AdministrationSta££AdministrationSta££Ad School Board Members: Left to right: Scott Fischer, Tom Ritschard, Victor Bredeson, Robert Arnot, and Carolyn Ruegsegger. The School District o£ ArgyleMrs. Pat Johnson, High School SecretaryMr. Charles Anderson Guidance Counselor K-12 Advisor — Class of 1990 B.S. — Valley City State College, Valley City, ND M.A. — Univ. of North Dakota — Grand Forks Mrs. Barbara Brochtrup K-12 Art Advisor — Class of 1989, National Honor Society, and Director of Musical. B.A. — UW-Madison Mrs. Catherine Frey 7 8 Math and Reading, Basic Geometry Advisor — Class of 1992 B.A. — Rosary College Mr. Gene Findlay Business Education Advisor — Class of 1987 B.S. — UW-Whitewater M.S. — UW-Superior Mr. Tim McIntyre Industrial Education Advisor — Class of 1990, Baseball Coach B.S. — UW-Platteville M.S. - UW-Platteville Mrs. Marge Olson Library Aide, Phys. Ed. Assistant, Girls’ Health, Girls’ Volleyball Coach B.S. — UW-Platteville Mr. Steve Messling Physical Education Advisor — Class of 1989, Letterwinners Club, Head Football Coach B.S. — Winona State Mr. Thomas Rugroden Mathematics, Computers Advisor — Class of 1988 Assoc, of Science — UW Center, Barron County Assoc, of Arts — WITI B.S. - UW-River FallsMr. Gene Haffele Science .dvisor — Class of 1987, Student Council B.S. — UW-Platteville Mr. Herbert Hassel English Advisor — Class of 1988, Forensics Coach B.S. — UW-Stevens Point M.S. — UW-Stevens Point Mrs. Deb Herbers Home Economics Advisor — Class of 1988, FHA, Annual. B.S. — Viterbo College Mr. Loren Homb Social Studies History Advisor — Class of 1989, Girls’ Basketball Coach, Track Coach. B.S. — UW-Platteville and UW-LaCrosse Mr. Neal Scheider Vocational Agriculture Advisor — FFA Assistant Football Coach Assoc, of Science — High land Community College B.S. — Illinois State Univ. Mrs. Judy Schulte Language Arts French Advisor — Class of 1991 B.S. — Western Illinois University M.S. - UW-Platteville Mr. Clyde Thompson K-12 Music Advisor — Class of 1988, Pep Band, Swing Choir, School Musical B.M.E. — Northern Illinois University Mrs. Kay Wiegel K-12 Librarian Advisor — Class of 1990 B.S. UW-PlattevilleggCrossingGuardBusDriversStaggCrossingGuardBusDrivers StaggCrossingGuardBu Mr. Roger Godfrey, H.S. Custodian Head Basketball Coach Mr. Sanford Disrud, Asst. H.S. Custodian Mr. John Gierhart, Elem. CustodianBus Drivers: Left to right: Mr. John Bruehlman, Mrs. Nancy Dammen, Mr. Bill Jacobsen. Mr. Scott Fischer, and Mr. Chuck Montgomery Argyle Cooks: Mrs. Sue Johnson and Mrs. Pearl Soper Argyle Cooks: Mrs. Mary Gilbertson and Mrs. Sharon SteitzSeniorsSeniorsSeniorsSeniorsSeniorsSeniorsSeniorsSeniorsSeniorsSeniorsSeniors JULIE A. BARRY TINA BONJOUR DIANE GARRISON DOUG GIERHART DENISE LYNNETTE JOHNSON DAVE KREBS AMY JO GILBERTSON LORI LYNN LIENSUZANNE MARIE DALY FRANK LOEFFELHOLZ AMY ELLEN ESPENSCHEID DONNA LYNN FLANNERY THURSTON HANSON RODNEY HENDRICKSON TIM MATHYS CATHY JO MIZEQ) (0 M fa o c Q) (0 w fa o e v 0 w fa O e 0) (0 M fa o c 0) 50 M fa o c 4 (0 V) fa o e b (0 IM fa O c 0) (0 w fa o LANCE NALL JUNE CHRISTINE SEBRANEK BOB SAALSAA RON NELSON SHERRI WIRTH MICHAEL MOENQ) (0 Q) (A M 0) (A Q Senior Directory JULIE A. BARRY (Jules) 10 21 69 Ambition: To be happy and successful Track 1. Letter 1. Letterwmner's Club I.2.3.4. Annual Staff 1. FHA 1.2. Chorus 1.2.4. Basketball Cheerleader 1.2.3; Letter 3; Forensics 1. Service Club 1. TINA BONJOUR (Weiner) 4 23 69 Ambition: To be a kindergarten teacher Track 1. Letterwmner's Club 3.4. FHA 1.2. Chorus 1.2. Homecoming Court 3; Basketball Cheerleader 1,3.4. Letter 3.4. Service Club 3; Tutor 4 KERRI L. BURTON (Ker) 9 17 69 Ambition: To continue to be happy and enjoy life FHA 1; Chorus 2; Service Club 2. French Club 4; Trig 4 SUZANNE MARIE DALY (Sue) 2 10 69 Ambition To do my best Volleyball 1.2. Letterwmner's Club I.2.3.4. Annual Staff I.2.3.4. FFA I.2.3.4. Reporter 3; Student Advisor 4. Band 1; Lettered 1. Solo Ensemble 1; Student Council I.2.3.4. Secretary 3. Vice President 4. Forensics I.2.3.4. School Play 1.2. Musical 4. Office Aide 3; National Honor Society 3.4. Service Club 1.2.4. Pep Band 1; Who's Who Among American High School Students 4. French Chib 3.4 AMY ELLEN ESPENSCHEID (Aim) 10 14 68 Ambition To be a famous Aussie Basketball 1.2,3.4. Letter 3.4. Track 1.2.3.4; Letter 1.2.3.4. Letterwmner's Club 1.2.3.4.FFA 1.2,3.4. Reporter 2, Treasurer 3. Secretary 4; Prom Court 3; Teacher Aide 4 DONNA LYNN FLANNERY (Don Don) 12 24 68 Ambition To survive Volleyball 1,2.3. Track 1; Letterwmner's Chib 1.2.3.4, Annual Staff 4. FFA I.2.3.4. Secretary 3. Band 1.2.3.4, Letter 1.2.4. Chorus 1.2.3.4. Letter 3.4. Solo Ensemble 1.2.3; Swing Choir 4. Prom Court 3; Basketball Cheerleader 3.4. Letter 3.4. Service Club 1; Tutor 2; Pep Band 1.2.3.4; Class Historian 2 DIANE GARRISON (Doc) 9 28 69 Ambition: To be a college athlete Volleyball 1.2.3.4; Letter 3.4. All Conference 2nd Team 3. MVP 3; All Conference 2nd Team 4. Captam 4. Basketball 1.2.3.4. Letter 2.3.4. All Conference 1st Team 3. Track 2; Letterwmner's Club 1.2.3.4; FHA 1. Band 1.2.4; Letter 1.2. Chorus 1.2. Letter 1.2; Solo Ensemble 2; Homecoming Court 2. Teacher Aide 3. Service Club 4. Pep Band 1.2.4. AMY JOGILBERTSON (Scrub) 5 6 69 Ambition To be successful Letterwmner's Club 3. Annual Staff 4. Chorus 1.2.3. Letter 3. Solo Ensemble 1.2.3; Homecoming Court 1. Football Cheerleader 1.2. School Play (MakeUp) 1. Musical (Make up) 3. Office Aide 4. Service Club 1 DOUG GIERHART (Nikki) 10 9 69 Ambition To get married and become successful Football 2. FFA 1.2.3.4 AMY HAGEN (Aim) 2 6 69 Ambition To travel around the world Track 1.2. Letter 1.2, Letterwmner's Club I.2.3.4. Annual Staff I.2.3.4. FHA I.2.3.4. Vice President 3. President 4. Band 1.2.3, Letter 1.2.3. Chorus 1.2.3; Letter 1,2.3; Solo Ensemble 1.2.3; Swing Char 1.2.3.4. Student Council 1.2.3.4. Forensics 1.2.3.4. Football Cheerleader 1.2.3.4. Letter 2.3.4. Captam 4. Basket ball Cheerleader 1.2.3.4, Letter 2.3.4. Captam 4. School Play 1. Office Aide 4. National Honor Society 3.4. Secretary Treasurer 4. Tutor 4. Service Club 1.2; Pep Band I.2.3.4. Who's Who Among American High School Students 3.4; Trig Club 4. French Club 4 THURSTON HANSON (Thor) 11 29 68 Ambition To be financially independent and secure Football 4. Baseball 4. Track 2.3. Letterwmner's Club 4. Annual Staff 3.4. Swing Char 4. Homecoming Court 4. Student Council I.2.3.4. Forensics I.2.3.4. Musical 3.4. National Honor Society 3; Service Club 1.2. Who's Who Among American High School Students 3. Badger Boys State 3; School Brag Chairman 3; Trig Club 4 RODNEY HENDRICKSON (Rod) 12 5 68 Ambition To live in the Yukon in Canada Football 1. Basketball 3. Letter 3. Letterwmner's Club 3.4. FFA I.2.3.4. Prom Court 3. National Honor Society 2 DENISE LYNNETTE JOHNSON (Remse) 5 14 69 Ambition To be happy ever after Chorus 1.2. Homecoming Court 4. Student Council 1. Football Cheerleader 1 Teacher Aide 4 Tutor 2 DAVE KREBS (Hot Shot) 12 7 68 Ambition To become a swell state trooper Basketball 1.2,3.4. Letter 2,3,4. Baseball 3; Letter 3; Letterwmner's Club 2.3.4. Chorus 1.2. Letter 2. Prom Court 3; Tutor 3.4 LORI LYNN LIEN (Loopies) 7 11 69 Ambition To graduate from college summa cum laude Basketball 1. Letterwmner's Club 1.2,3,4. Annual Staff 1.2.3.4. Co Editor 3. Editor 4. FFA I.2.3.4. Secretary 2; Vice President 3; Treasurer 4. Band 1.2.3.4; Letter 1.2.3.4; Vice President 3; President 4. Chorus 1.2.4. Letter 2.4. President 4. Solo Ensemble 1.2.3; Prom Court 3. Forensics 1.2.3.4. Football Cheerleader 4; Letter 4. School Play (Asst Student Director) 1.2; Musical (Student Director) 3.4. Office Aide (Elementary) 3.4. National Honor Society 2.3.4. Secretary 3. President 4. Service Club 1.2. Class Historian 1.3.4; Pep Band 1.2.3.4. Trig Club 4; Badger Gris State 3; Who's Who Among American High School Students 3.4. DAR 4. National Young Leaders Conference 4 FRANK LOEFFELHOLZ (Francis) 6 29 69 Ambition Gris Prom Court 3. Teacher Aide 2; Service Gub 4. Trig Qub 4 TIM MATHYS 8 13 68 Ambition To be a farmer Football 1.2.3.4; Letter 2.3.4. Basketball I.2.3.4. Letter 2.3.4. Baseball I.2.3.4. Letter I.2.3.4. Letterwmner's Club I.2.3.4. Prom King 3; Student Council 1; School Play 1.2; Gass Vice President 1; Class President 2.3.4. Football CaCaptam 4. All Conference Football 4. Football MVP 4. AU Conference Baseball 3. French Club 4. Badger Boys State Alternate 3 CATHY JO MIZE (Jo) 3 10 69 Ambition To become a police officer Volleyball 1.2.3.4. Letter 3.4. Boys' Basketball Manager 4. Track 1. Letter 1. Letterwmner's Gub 1.2.3.4. FHA 1. Chorus 1.2; Prom Court 3; Office Aide 4. Tutor 2 MICHAEL MOEN (Mic) 10 17 68 Ambition: To be popular m everything FFA 3.4. Trig Club 4 LANCE NALL 7 15 69 Football 3.4. Letter 3.4. Letterwmner's Club 3.4. French Gub 4; Prom Court 3 RON NELSON (Romper) 8 29 69 Ambition To be wealthy Football 1.2.3.4; Letter 3.4. Baseball 2. Track 3. Letter 3. Letterwmner's Gub 3.4. Football CoCaptain 4. Prom Court 3. ANGELA JANE OLSON (Angie) 1 30 69 Ambition To be successful and to own an IROC Z Volleyball I.2.3.4. Letter 3.4. Letterwmner's Gub I.2.3.4. Pep Band I.2.3.4. Band 1.2.3. Letter 1.2.3; Majorette 3.4. Chorus 1,2.3; Letter 1.2.3; Solo Ensemble 1.2.3; Prom Court 3. Basketball Cheerleader 1.2.3.4. Letter 3.4. CaCaptam 4. Office Aide 3.4. Service Gub 4. Who's Who Among American High School Students 3. JAMIE T. ROOT 10 25 68 Football 1.2,3.4. Letter 2.3,4; CoCaptain 4. Most Improved 2. Basketball 2.3.4. Letter 3.4. Track 2.3.4. Most Improved 2. Letter 2.3.4, Letterwmner's Club 2.3,4, Homecoming Court 1; Student Council I.2.3.4. School Play 1.2. Musical 4. Teacher Aide 2; Service Club 1.2; Class Vice President 3.4. All Conference Football 2nd Team 4. Who's Who Amoiig American High School Students 3. BOB SAALSAA (Buffalo Bob) 8 16 69 Ambition To raise pigs and get married Football I.2.3.4. Letter 3.4. Basketball 2.3.4; Letter 3.4. Baseball I.2.3.4. Letter I.2.3.4. Letterwmner's Club 1.2.3.4; FFA 1.2.3.4. Chorus 1. Homecoming Court 3; Tutor 3. CURT SAALSAA (Vince) 3 13 69 Ambition To be a kid forever Football 1.2.3.4; Letter 2.3.4. CoCaptain 4. Basketball 2.3.4. Letter 3.4. Baseball 1.2.3.4; Letter 1.2.3.4. Most Improved 3; Letterwmner's Club 2.3.4; FFA I.2.3.4. President 4; Homecoming King 4. School Play 2; Tutor 3. JUNE CHRISTINE SEBRANEK (Spoon) 9 3 69 Ambition To be happy and successful Volleyball 1.2.3,4. Letter 3.4. Basketball 1. Letterwmner's Gub 1.2.3.4, Annual Staff (Business Manager) 4. Band 1.2.3. Letter 1.2.3. Chorus 1.2.3; Letter 2.3. Solo Ensemble 1.2.3; Homecoming Queen 4. Student Council 3.4. Historian 3; President 4. Office Aide 4; National Honor Society 3.4. Treasurer 3; Vice President 4. Class Treasurer 1.2.3.4; Pep Band 1.2.3.4. Who's Who Among American High School Students 3. Badger Gris Stale Alternate 3. SHERRI WIRTH (Sher) 5 8 69 Ambition To be happy Volleyball 4. Letter 4. Chaus 1 CONNIE WYTTENBACH 2 16 69 Ambition Tobe happy Basketball 1.2.3.4; Letter 3.4. All Conference 2nd Team 3; Track 1.2; Letter 1.2. Letterwmner's Club I.2.3.4. FHA 1. Band I.2.3.4. Letter 1.2.4. Chaus 1; Letter 1; Solo Ensemble 1.2.3; Prom Queen 3; Student Council 2. Secretary 2. Football Cheerleader 1.2.3.4. Letter 3.4. CoCaptain 4. Office Aide 3.4; Gass President 1. Gass Secretary 2.3,4. Pep Band 1.2.3,4 M Q) (A M fat  Senior Prophesies Senior Wills . Julie Barry, will my metal-free smile to Mrs. Herbers. . Tina Bonjour, will my ability to be in good moods to Mr Scheider. , Kerri Burton, will my height to Dean Flannery. . Suzanne Daly, will my ability to understand computer science to Jon Schulte. . Amy Espenscheid, will my cow crown to my sister Carrie. . Donna Flannery, will my ability to keep my hair one color to Heather Jaggi . Diane Garrison, will my egg throwing ability to Toni and Deanna. . Amy Jo Gilbertson, will the "Beast'' to my brother. . Doug Gierhart. will my perfect attendence over the years to Andy Bartels. . Amy Hagen, will my old worn out "bibles” to Carrie Espenscheid. . Thurston Hanson, will my "respectable" women and conceit to the underprivileged . Rodney Hendrickson, will my hair to Mr McIntyre . Denise Johnson, will my ability to get along with Mr Messling to Molly . Dave Krebs, will my "toad ripping" ability to Tammy Ruegsegger . Lori Lien, will my ability to cut myself down to whoever can handle it . Frank Loeffelholz. will my driving ability to Jamie Dammen . Tim Mathys. will my vocabulary and ability to write creatively to Mr Hassel. , Cathy Mize, will my ability to keep track of Mr Scheider's junk to Mr Scheider. . Mike Moen. will my good looks to my beloved sister Vicki. . Lance Nall, will my many morals to Scott Mathys. . Ron Nelson, will my ability to find nice girls to Andy Bartels . Angie Olson, will my wild attitude and big mouth in cheerleading to Angie Gerber. . Jamie Tyler Root, will my sophisticated ways to Dean Flannery. . Bob Saalsaa, will my ability to shoot at the other teams basket and miss to Tom Nysted. . Curt Saalsaa. will ail my good habits to all underclassmen who can handle the responsibility. . June Sebranek. will my great serving ability to Chandra Hanson. . Sherri Wirth, will my ability to stay home to Stacy Wirth . Connie Wyttenbach. will my outstanding turnover record in basketball to any upcoming basketball player who wants it. Julie Barry will still be saying "Oh. did you see that nice guy’s nice . . .?" Tina Bonjour will still be sipping from plastic glasses. Kerri Burton will still be trying to understand Trig. Sue Daly will always be trying to get everyone to call her "Suzanne" Amy Espenscheid will be chasing kangaroos In Australia. Donna Flannery will be a police officer in the town of Darlington. Diane Garrison will still be trying to find the "right" thing to wear Amy Jo Glbertson will be traveling world wide and afterwards starting her own airline called "Scrubs. Inc." Doug Gerhart will be getting married (to Holly) and farming in the Argyle Area Amy Hagen will still be going to Monroe with Loopies to pick up "cargo". Thurston Hanson will be a nationally known criminal lawyer, politician, and businessman while amassing a huge fortune of wealth in the process. Rodney Hendrickson will still be supporting his favorite farm product. Denise Johnson will still be playing her part In the Argyle soap opera "As the Garbage Churns.” Dave Krebs will still be wearing rubber boots to Argyle football games. Lori Lien will still be out performing everyone else, even though she says she doesn't. Frank Loeffelholz will be making mega-bucks as a free-lance artist. Tim Mathys will be the new bass guitarist for Metallica. Cathy Jo Mize will be escorting the PRESIDENT in dress uniform (riding her Harley). Mike Moen will become the only weather forecaster in Argyle. Lance Nall will be a self-made millionaire and will reside in California. Ron Nelson will still be chasing Liz. Angie Olson will own a car lot full of Iroc-Z's. Jamie Root will trade his present "Corvette" in on a newer model. Bob Saalsaa wil still be wrecking all the cars and trucks he drives. Curt Saalsaa will be spreading his good will throughout the world and trying to make it a better place. June Sebranek will still be dating an older man. Sherri Wirth will still be visiting surrounding towns. Connie Wyttenbach will still be helping to push the blue Caprice Classic out of the ditch after Diane drives. a a Jeff Amorose Tracey Amorose Andy Bartels Darci Dammen Julie Dunlavy Carrie Espenscheid Sara Everson Deanna Flannery Dennis Flannery Toni Hassenfelt Tom Hiller Holly Jaggi Jodi Kallembach Mary Krahenbuhl Eric Makos Scott Mathys Bernard Moen Jeff Peterson Tammy Ruegsegger Jon Schulte Joel Sebranek John Stephens Todd Tollakson Robin Treuthardt Michelle Webster Stacy Wirth Michelle Zurfluh 49ihomoresSophomoresSophomoresSophomoresSophomoresSophomoresSophomoresS cn oShawn Anderson Tammy Bartels Dennis Beutel Jeff Burton Kim Butson Brad Connors Jennifer Dunlavy Randelle Fannan Daryl Flannery Dean Flannery Angie Gerber April Gierhart Betty Jo Granberg Shawn Gratz Jeremy Hagen Annette Hediger Brian Hediger Jason Hendrickson Heather Jaggi Jon Jay Lewis Larry Lien Gary McGrath Vicki Moen Dan Nelson Ron Olson Scott Olson Lance Penniston Dennis Siegel Steve Tree Maureen Wiihelmson Tammy Willis Scott Wilson 51Mike Bahler Darryl Bates Jennifer Brown Amy Dammen Jamie Dammen Brandi Fannan Steve Flannery Mike Gilbertson Chandra Hanson Debbie Hexom Kevin Makos Gretchen Mosley Tom Nysted Heather Pickett Charlene Pink David RosebrookJunior Hi SchooluniorHighJunlorHighJuniorHIghJuniorHighJuniorHighJunil Junior High Cheerleading Seventh Grade Cheerleaders: Left to right: Tammy Flannery, Kim Voegeli. and Brenda Reusch. Missing when the picture was taken was Mystie Kiefer. Go For It A.H.S. 57niorH?ghTiniorfiighTunlor Eighth Grade Boys’ Basketball: Left to right: Shawn McNett, Gerald Gerber, Kent Kallembach, Dan Daly, Chad Mathys, Tim Phillipson, Jeff Sebranek, Brent Kallembach, Perry Granberg, John Gierhart, and Mike Flanagan. Jr. High Boys’ Basketball The Junior High athletes earned the respect of their coach, school, and community during the 1986 season with the cooperation, hustle, and desire displayed throughout the many practice sessions and games. The 8th grade team never gave up and consistently showed improvement. The 7th grade team displayed some excellent team work and sound basketball skills as they recorded a perfect 10-0 season record. The highlight of their season was capturing the championship trophy at the Black Hawk Tournament. Both the 7th and 8th grade teams including managers can be very proud of also winning the Sportsmanship Trophy. Coach Ron Waage Seventh Grade Boys' Basketball: Left to right: Kreg Waage, T. J. Ruegsegger, Mark Flanagan. Mike Godfrey, Troy Connors, John Granberg, Eric Mau, Neil Grate, and Todd Rear. Missing when the picture was taken were managers Troy Ruegsegger and Danny Godfrey.Jr. High Girls’ Basketball LEFT: Eighth Grade Girls' Basketball: Back Row: Left to right: Coach Jim Montgomery, Jenny Fischer. Brenda Gierhart. Sheryl DeMario, and Assistant Coach Dave Krebs. Middle Row: Sue Zurfluh, Monica Cuevas, and Ellen Peterson. Front Row: Tammy Hassenfelt and Patty Bonjour Missing when the picture was taken was Jackie Schild. BELOW: Managers Cari Mize and Teena Boss Missing when the picture was taken was Maureen Wilhelmson. Seventh Grade Girls’ Basketball: Back Row: Left to right: Coach Jim Montgomery. Brenda Reusch. Camie Peterson, Tammy Flannery, Mystie Kiefer, and Assistant Coach Dave Krebs. Front Row: Marcia DeMario. Laura Hanson, Cheri Mize, and Michelle Hodgson. 59Eighth Grade i . Back Row: Left to right: Sue Zurfluh, Tammy Hassenfelt, Secretary; Jennifer Fischer, Brenda Gierhart. Mrs. Schulte, Advisor; Ellen Peterson, Sheryl DeMario, Monica Cuevas. Patty Bonjour. Treasurer; and Jackie Schild Middle Row: Chad Mathys, Bob Neal, Tim Phillipson. Jeff Sebranek, President; Dan Daly. Mike Flanagan, and Gerald Gerber. Front Row: John Gierhart, Perry Granberg, Brent Kallembach Vice President; Shawn McNett, and Kent Kallembach.Seventh Grade £ J Back Row: Left to right: Michelle Hodgson, Treasurer; Kim Voegeli, Nicole Thompson, Cheri Mize, Melissa Buholzer, Mystie Kiefer, Carrtie Peterson. Laura Hanson, and Mrs. Frey, Advisor. Middle Row: Mark Flanagan. Mike Godfrey, Marcia DeMario, Brenda Reusch, Tammy Flannery, Molly Mace, and Troy Connors. Vice-President Secretary. Front Row: John Granberg, Neil Gratz, Eric Mau, Travis (T. J.) Rueg-segger. Kreg Waage, President; and Todd Rear.Back Row: Left to right: Director Mr Bayer Thompson. Tammy Hassenfelt. Jenny Fischer. Ellen Peterson. Sheryl DeMario. Third Row: Marcia DeMario. Melissa Buhoizer. Nicole Thompson. Brenda Reusch, Molly Mace. Second Row: Mystie Kiefer. Laura Hanson. Michelle Hodgson. Cheri Mize. Monica Cuevas. Front Row: Kimberly Voegeli, Jackie Schild, Brenda Gierhart, Patty Bonjour. Junior High ChorusJunior High Band Back Row: Left to right: Sheryl DeMario, Sue Zurfluh, Monica Cuevas. Brenda Gierhart. Kreg Waage, Dan Daly. Third Row: Director Mr Bayer Thompson, Ellen Peterson, Gerald Gerber. Mike Godfrey. Neil Gratz. Second Row: Laura Hanson, Cheri Mize. Melissa Buholzer, Marcia DeMario. Camie Peterson. Front Row: Nicole Thompson. Brenda Reusch, Patty Bonjour, Michelle Hodgson. buniorHIghJuniorHIghJunlorHighJuniorHighJun orHIghJun Mrs. Cathy Frey Mrs. Jackie Gierhart Mrs. Clarice Schraepfer Mrs. Marge Stangeland (ft O ST © O Q o e6th Grade Candids Back Row: Left to right: Rodney Hodgson, Tim Fischer, Ian Friedrich, Michael Flint, Jim Flannery, Shane Johnson, Mrs. Thompson. Middle Row: Jason Gilbertson, Rebecca Maske, Lisa Flannery, Melissa Arnot, Jennifer Blum. Front Row: Adam Hanson, Rick Naujeck, Timmy Isely, Matt Hauser. Missing when picture was taken were: Dennelle Gerber, Heidi Haesler, Jim Monte, Harlan Saalsaa.Back Row: Left to right: Ryan McNett, Mr. Waage, Scott Bourie, Jason Mathys, Corina Voegeli, Eric Falsey, Joe Mosley, Chad Berget. Middle Row: Shelby Johnsen, Teena Boss, Michelle Flanagan, Wendy Haesler, Cari Mize. Ena Klobes. Front Row: Adam Buholzer, Jeremy Payne, Kara Hanson, Kendra Frei, Jeremy Timm. Missing when picture was taken were: Heather Kallembach, Dan Olson, Tom Saalsaa, and Melissa Hanson. Back Row: Left to right: Chad Powelson, Eric Thompson, Justin Wirtz. Matt Gierhart. Doug Hodgson, Dean Gratz, Troy Ruegsegger, Beau Gyllanswan, Matt Timm. Middle Row: Brandy Payne, Heather Wahl, Tricia Phillipson, Deanna Hexom, Kelly Voegeli, Erica Flannery, Nicole Ritschard, Danny Godfrey. Front Row: Shannon Rear, Lois Hanson, Valarie Emery, Debbie Besand, Elizabeth Zuidema, Carrie Reusch, Heather Paulson. Missing when the picture was taken was: Eric Beutel. O n a a o ►t 0) a aBack Row: Left to right: Brandon White. Jay Johnson. Jason Hartwig, Ben Gobeli, Lenny Lien. Karl Schoenhard, and Mrs. Anderson. Middle Row: Christopher (Corky) Isely, Belinda White. Kristi Hodgson. Heather Payne, Tara Wilhelmson, Stephanie Ritschard, and Casey Rufener. Front Row: Gary Wirth, Ryan Kammerud, Mike Wirth, and Matt Ganshert. Missing when picture was taken were Miranda Hanson and Jessica Voegeli. Back Row: Left to right: Justin Gerber, Josh Kammerude, Keith Peterson, Heath Dunn, Lance Kammerud, Andrew Haffele, Jason Blum, and Lucas Granberg. Middle Row: Crystal Steitz, Karilyn Powelson, Stephanie Bourie, Jackie Curtis, Lisa Nipple, Karen Frei, Dusty Kempfer and Michelle Mau. Front Row: Nathan Teske, Derik Hodgson, Adam Johnsen. Brian Schoenhard, Wendy Austin, and Krista Paulson.Back Row: Left to right: Laura Skattum, David Gaertig, Apry! Kempfer. Tamara Narveson, Gabe Gobeli, Matt Haesler. and Mrs. Discher. Middle Row: Nathan Schlafli, Becky Curtis, Lachlyn Soper, Tricia Engeli, Eric Erickson. Front Row: Ryan Ganshert, Angela Gutzmer, Timmy Niesman, Leif Hanson. Dana Severson, and Timmy McNett. Missing when picture was taken was Seth Rear. ENDANGERED ANIMALS h) 3 a a n a ft a n 0) a a Back Row: Left to right: Blandy Burall, Jason Dammen, Mary Cline, Brandi Pohl, Mrs. Olson, Jeremy Kiefer. Christopher Dearth, Tracy Seffrood, Tom Flannery, and Tammy Ostby. Middle Row: Andy Rufener, Dana Friedrich, Cristy Voegeli, Melissa Wirtz, Dena Burall, Heather Hines, Deanne Reusch, and Robin Wahl. Front Row: Chad Friedrich, Richard Saalsaa, Mena Burall, Olin Skattum, Andrew Hendrickson, Jack Emery, and Scott Klarer. Missing when picture was taken were Jennifer Monte and Kimberly Cuevas.CO 6JD u 0) V e CO UD U Q) -d e Green Group: Back Row: Left to right: Nathaniel Paulson, Kim Stietz, Keven Narveson. Mrs. Espenscheid, ReAnna Koeller, Raymond Moore, and Sheila Schlafli. Middle Row: Laura Leopold. Nick Haffele, Scott Hodgson. Melissa Johnson. Austin Penniston. and Jeremy Mau. Front Row: Jimmy Seffrood. Monica Chapman, and Heather Leigh. Red Group: Back Row: Left to right: John Fischer, Adam Kiefer, Jeremy Kammerude, Mrs. Espenscheid, and Heidi Montgomery. Middle Row: Brandon Schlafli, Danny Hodgson, Joshua Golackson, Jonathan Daly, and Nadean Bruehlman. Front Row: Amanda Severson, Jerrad Mundth, Margaret Grossen, and Brooke Wilhelmson. Absent when the picture was taken were: Jennifer Hanson, Roman Harris, and Heather Riese.Green Group: Back Row: Left to right: Justin Wenger, Nicholas Sarbacker, Mrs. Gierhart, Alan Hines. Travis Erickson, Nicholas Dunn, and Matthew Martin. Middle Row: Sarah Koeller, Roseanna Voegeli, and Janelle Dunlavy. Front Row: Sarah Soper, Sarah Amorose, and Megan Ellsworth. Missing when the picture was taken were: Joseph Leopold, Rachel Rear, and Amy Curtis. Red Group: Back Row: Left to right: Scott McNett, Jacob Maske, Mrs Gierhart. Brandon Berget. and Whitney Gabioud Middle Row: Joshua Evans, Bradley Chenous, Stephanie Dammen, Domanic Wiegel, Grant Hendrickson, and Peter Emery. Front Row: Heather Butler, Suzi Bourie, Carolyn Isely, Sarah Golackson, and Dustin KrahenbuhlA Amorose. Jeff: 3. 9. 10. 15. 25. 31. 34. 45. 48. 92 Amorose. Sarah: 73 Amorose. Tracey: 3. 34. 48 Anderson. Mr. Charles: 6. 35. 38. 39. 91 Anderson. Mrs. Marjorie: 70 Anderson. Shawn: 3. 9. 50. 78 Arnot. Melissa: 68 Arnot. Mr. Robert: 36 Austin. Wendy: 70 B Bahler. Mike: 16. 22. 23. 25. 31. 52. 91 Barry. Julie: 15. 21. 42. 46. 78. 86. 92 Bartels. Andy: 18. 48. 81. 86 Bartels. Tammy: 20. 21. 29. 34. 50. 90. 92 Bates. Darryl: 20. 22. 25. 31. 52. 92 Bayer-Thompson. Mr. Clyde: 7. 12. 20. 21. 39. 88 Berg. Mrs. Valerie: 12. 37 Berget. Brandon: 73 Berget. Chad: 69 Besand. Deborah: 69 Beutel. Dennis: 15, 50. 84 Blum, Jason: 70 Blum, Jennifer: 68 Bonjour. Patty: 54. 57, 59. 60. 62. 63 Bonjour. Tina: 15. 29. 42. 46. 47. 90. 92 Boss. Teena: 69 Bourie. Scott: 69 Bourie. Stephanie: 70 Bourie. Suzie: 73 Bredeson. Mr. Victor: 36 Brochtrup. Mrs. Barbara: 9. 16, 38. 79, 80 Brown. Jennifer: 6. 17. 18. 20. 21. 27. 32. 33. 52. 81. 92 Bruehlman. Mr. John: 41 Bruehlman. Nadean: 72 Buholzer. Adam: 69 Buholzer, Melissa: 18. 20. 61. 62. 63 Burall. Audena: 71 Burall. Blandy: 71 Burall. Carmena: 71 Burton. Jeff: 50, 78 Burton. Kerri: 19. 42. 46. 47. 92 Butler. Heather: 73 Butson. Kim: 3. 4. 11. 18. 20. 23. 28.29. 34,51. 90 C Chapman. Monica: 72 Chenous. Brad: 73 Cline. Mary: 71 Connors. Brad: 9. 15, 25. 51 Connors. Troy: 54, 56. 58. 61 Cuevas. Monica: 12. 20. 59. 60. 62. 63 Curtis. Becky: 71 Curtis, Jacqueline: 70 D Daly. Dan: 12. 20. 55. 58. 60. 63. 90 Daly. Jonathon: 72 Daly. Suzanne: 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 43. 46. 47. 86. 92 Dammen. Amy: 6. 18. 20, 21, 33. 52 Dammen. Darcl: 11. 14. 15. 16. 17. 19. 20. 21. 27. 35. 48. 80. 88 Dammen. Jamie: 12. 18, 53 Dammen. Jason: 71 Dammen. Mrs. Nancy: 41 Dammen. Stephanie: 73 Dearth. Chris: 71 DeMario. Marcia: 12. 20. 54. 56. 59. 61. 62. 63 DeMarlo. Sheryl: 12. 20. 59. 60. 62. 63 Discher. Mrs. Pat: 66. 71. 80, 82 Disrud. Mr. Sanford: 40 Dunlavy. Janelle: 28. 73 Index Dunlavy. Jennifer: 13. 14. 18. 20. 28. 33. 51. 85 Dunlavy. Julie: 13. 14. 15. 16. 18. 20. 21. 23. 28. 32. 33. 34. 49. 87 Dunn. Heath: 70 Dunn. Nicholas: 73 E Ellsworth. Megan: 73 Emery. John: 71 Emery, Peter: 73 Emery. Valerie: 69 Engeli. Tricia: 71 Erickson. Eric: 71 Erickson. Travis: 73 Espenscheid. Amy: 18. 32. 33. 43. 45. 46. 86. 92 Espenscheid. Carrie: 15. 22. 23. 28. 33. 34. 49. 80. 86 Espenscheid, Mrs. Ruth: 66, 72 Evans, Joshua: 73 Everson. Sara: 6. 9. 12. 14. 15, 17. 18. 19. 20, 21, 27. 34. 49 F Falsey. Eric: 69 Fannan. Brandi: 53 Fannan. Randelle: 28. 29. 51, 82, 90 Findlay. Mr. Gene: 9. 35. 38. 39. 85 Fischer, Jennifer: 56. 57. 59. 60. 62 Fischer. John: 72 Fischer. Mr. Scott: 36. 41 Fischer. Tim: 68 Flanagan. Mark: 1, 56, 58. 61 Flanagan. Mike: 58, 60 Flanagan. Shelly: 69 Flannery. Daryl: 9. 10. 25. 50. 78. 90 Flannery. Dean: 10, 15, 25. 31. 50. 81. 84. 90 Flannery. Deanna: 3. 15, 20, 34. 49. 79. 88 Flannery. Dennis: 9. 10. 19. 25. 31. 34. 45. 48. 81. 83. 89 Flannery. Donna: 3. 14. 15. 18. 21. 29. 43. 46. 78. 92 Flannery. Erica: 69 Flannery. Jim: 68 Flannery. Lisa: 68 Flannery. Steve: 1. 22. 25. 31. 53. 92 Flannery. Tammy: 54. 57. 59, 61 Flannery. Tom: 71 Flint. Michael: 68 Forrest, Mrs. Peggy: 66 Frel, Karen: 70 Frel, Kendra: 69 Frey. Mrs. Cathy: 38. 61, 78, 80 Friedrich, Chad: 71 Friedrich, Dana: 71 Friedrich, Ian: 68 G Gabioud. Whitney: 73 Gaertig, David: 71 Ganshert. Matt: 70 Ganshert. Ryan: 71 Garrison. Diane: 3. 9. 12. 15. 20. 23. 26. 27. 32. 33. 42. 45. 46. 82. 88. 92 Gerber. Angie: 21. 29, 34. 50 Gerber. Gerald: 56. 58. 60. 63 Gerber. Justin: 70 Gierhart. April: 14. 26. 27. 34. 50. 90 Gierhart. Brenda: 12. 20. 23. 26. 59. 60. 62. 63 Gierhart. Doug: 18. 42. 45. 46. 86. 92 Gierhart. Mrs. Jackie: 67, 73 Gierhart. John: 58. 60 Gierhart, Mr. John: 40 Gierhart, Matt: 69 Gilbertson, Amy Jo: 1. 13, 14, 17, 19, 42. 45 46. 47, 92 Gilbertson. Jason: 68 Gilbertson. Mrs. Mary: 41 Gilbertson. Mike: 17. 20. 21. 53 Gobeli. Ben: 70 Gobeli. Gabe: 71 Godfrey. Dan: 69 Godfrey. Mike: 20. 55. 56. 58. 61. 63 Godfrey. Mr. Roger: 40 Golackson. Joshua: 72 Golackson. Sarah: 73 Granberg. Betty Jo: 3. 18. 21. 27. 34. 51. 90 Granberg. John: 54. 55. 58. 61 Granberg. Lucas: 70 Granberg. Perry: 58. 60 Gratz. Dean: 69 Gratz, Nell: 54. 58. 61. 63. 87 Gratz. Shawn: 9. 18. 31. 51 Grossen. Margaret: 72 Gutzmer. Angela: 71 Gyllenswan. Beau: 69 H Haesler. Matt: 71 Haesler. Wendy: 69 Haffele. Andrew: 70 Haffele. Mr. Gene: 16. 39. 79 Haffele. Nick: 72 Hagen. Amy: 7, 14. 15. 16, 17, 18, 19. 20. 21, 22. 28. 29. 43. 46. 87. 92 Hagen. Jeremy: 3. 4. 51. 90 Hanson. Adam: 68 Hanson. Chandra: 6. 16, 17, 19, 26, 27, 52 Hanson. Kara: 69 Hanson. Laura: 18. 20, 54. 56, 59. 61. 62. 63 Hanson. Leif: 71 Hanson. Lois: 69 Hanson. Thurston: 3. 6. 11, 14. 15. 16. 17. 19, 21. 22. 25. 34. 43. 46. 47. 80. 91. 92 Hartwig. Jason: 70 Hassel, Mr. Herb: 1. 6. 7, 9, 17. 35. 39 Hassenfelt. Tammy: 59. 60, 62 Hassenfelt. Toni: 14, 20. 34. 48. 91 Hauser. Matt: 68 Hedlger. Annette: 21, 51 Hediger. Brian: 21, 50 Hendrickson. Andrew: 71 Hendrickson. Mrs. Cindy: 37 Hendrickson. Grant: 73 Hendrickson. Jason: 18. 50 Hendrickson. Rodney: 18. 43. 46. 78. 92 Herbers. Mrs. Deb: 1. 13. 14. 18. 35, 38. 39. 88 Hexom. Deanne: 69 Hexom. Deb: 6. 18. 21. 27. 33, 52 Hiller. Tom: 18. 30. 31. 34. 48 Hines. Alan: 73 Hines. Heather: 71 Hodgson. Danny: 72 Hodgson. Derlk: 70 Hodgson. Doug: 69 Hodgson. Kristi: 70 Hodgson. Michelle: 12. 14. 18. 20. 56. 59. 61. 62. 63 Hodgson. Rodney: 68 Hodgson. Scott: 72 Homb. Mr. Loren: 2. 32. 38. 39. 85 Hyland. Mr. James: 40 I Isely, Carolyn: 73 Isely, Christopher: 70 Isely, Tim: 68 J Jacobsen. Mr. Bill: 41 Jagg!. Heather: 12. 20. 34. 50. 90 Jaggi. Holly: 12. 15. 18. 20. 21. 48. 80 Johnsen. Adam: 70 Johnsen, Shelby: 69 Johnson. Denise: 11. 42. 46. 82. 92 Johnson. Jay: 70 Johnson. Melissa: 72 Johnson. Mrs. Pat: 17, 37. 82 Johnson. Shane: 68 Johnson. Mrs. Sue: 41K Kallembach. Brent: 55. 56. 58. 60 Kallembach. Jodi: 1. 13. 14. 15. 17, 19. 21. 29. 49. 86 Kallembach. Kent: 58. 60. 90 Kammerud. Lance: 70 Kammerud. Ryan: 70 Kammerude. Jeremy: 72 Kammerude. Joshua: 70 Kempfer. Apryl: 71 Kempfer. Dusty: 70 Kiefer. Adam: 72 Kiefer. Jeremy: 71 Kiefer. Mystie: 18. 59. 61. 62 Klarer. Scott: 71 Klobes. Ena: 69 Koeller. ReAnna: 72 Koeller. Sarah: 73 Krahenbuhl. Dustin: 73 Krahenbuhl. Mary: 3, 15, 16, 19, 22, 23, 28, 29. 49. 81. 86 Krebs. Dave: 4. 8. 10. 15. 24. 30. 31. 42. 45. 46. 47. 59. 79. 84. 87. 88. 89. 92 L Larson. Mrs. Patti: 33 Leigh. Heather: 72 Leopold. Laura: 72 Lewis. JonJay: 30, 31, 50 Lien. Larry: 8. 18. 31. 51. 84. 90 Lien. Lenny: 70 Lien. Lori: 10. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 28. 37. 42. 46. 47. 78. 86. 89. 92 Loeffelholz. Frank: 12. 19. 43. 46. 79. 84. 86. 92 M Mace. Molly: 62 Makos. Eric: 15. 18. 34. 49. 80 Makos. Kevin: 18. 31, 52 Martin. Matthew: 73 Maske. Jacob: 73 Maske. Rebecca: 68 Mathys. Chad: 55. 58, 60 Mathys. Jason: 69 Mathys. Scott: 15. 30. 31. 34. 39. 49 Mathys. Tim: 7. 8. 10. 15. 19. 22. 25. 30. 31. 43. 46. 47. 79. 84. 92 Mau. Eric: 55, 58. 61 Mau. Jeremy: 72 Mau. Michelle: 70 McGrath. Gary: 84 McIntyre, Mr. Tim: 35, 38, 87, 88 McNett. Ryan: 25. 69 McNett. Scott: 73 McNett. Shawn: 56. 58. 60. 87 McNett. Tim: 71 Messling. Mr. Steve: 8. 24. 25. 38. 39. 78. 92 Mize. Carl: 69 Mize. Cathy: 15. 17. 23. 26. 27. 43. 46. 79. 86. 88. 92 Mize. Cheri: 18. 20. 59. 61. 62. 63 Moen. Bernard: 11. 14. 15. 16. 17. 19. 24. 25. 34. 48. 85. 89 Moen. Mike: 19. 44. 46. 89. 92 Moen. Vicki: 15. 17. 20. 21. 51. 90 Montgomery. Mr. Chuck: 41 Montgomery. Heidi: 72 Montgomery. Mr. Jim: 31, 59 Moore. Raymond: 72 Mosley. Gretchen: 52 Mosley. Joe: 69 Mundth, Jerrad: 72 N Nall. Lance: 8. 10, 15. 19. 22. 25. 44. 46. 47. 79. 84, 92 Narveson. Kevin: 72 Narveson, Tamara: 71 Naujeck, Richard: 68 Neal. Bob: 60 Nelson. Dan: 1. 8. 15. 23. 31. 34. 51 Nelson. Ron: 9. 15. 22. 25. 35. 44. 46. 47. 92 Niesman. Tim: 71 Nipple. Lisa: 70 Nysted, Tom: 1, 4, 22, 25, 53 O Olson. Angie: 8. 15. 17. 20. 23. 26. 27. 29. 45. 47. 81. 82. 88. 92 Olson. Mrs. Korene: 67. 71 Olson. Mrs. Marge: 7. 27. 38. 79 Olson. Ron: 1. 11. 15. 16. 25. 50 Olson. Scott: 9, 18. 50. 90 Ostby. Tamara: 71 P Paulson. Heather: 69 Paulson. Krista: 70 Paulson. Nathaniel: 72 Payne. Brandy: 69 Payne. Heather: 70 Payne. Jeremy: 69 Pennlston. Austin: 72 Penniston. Lance: 15. 16, 22. 25. 31, 34. 50. 84, 89. 90 Peterson, Camie: 12. 20, 56. 59. 61. 63 Peterson. Ellen: 12, 20. 59, 60. 62. 63 Peterson. Jeff: 34. 48 Peterson. Keith: 70 Phillipson. Tim: 56. 58. 60 Phillipson. Trlcia: 69 Pickett. Heather: 33, 53, 82 Pink. Charlene: 53 Pohl. Brandi: 71 Powelson. Chad: 69 Powelson. Karllyn: 70 R Rear. Shannon: 69 Rear, Todd: 55, 58, 61 Reusch. Brenda: 18. 57. 59. 61. 62. 63 Reusch. Carrie: 69 Reusch. Deanne: 71 Ritschard. Nicole: 69 Ritschard. Stephanie: 70 Ritschard. Mr. Tom: 36 Root. Jamie: 1. 5. 10. 12. 15. 16. 19. 22. 25. 30. 31. 45. 46. 47. 78. 82. 84. 89. 92 Rosebrook. David: 18, 19, 53 Rossing. Mrs. Ardyth: 67. 69 Ruegsegger. Mrs. Carolyn: 36 Ruegsegger. Tammy: 12, 14, 15, 17, 18, 21, 26. 27. 29. 48 Ruegsegger. Teri: 3, 11, 21, 23, 28, 33, 52, 53, 78 Ruegsegger. Travis: 54. 58. 61 Ruegsegger. Troy: 69 Rufener. Andy: 71 Rufener. Casey: 70 Rugroden. Mr. Tom: 6. 8, 9. 19. 38. 88 S Saalsaa. Bob: 18. 22. 24. 25. 44. 47. 81 Saalsaa. Curt: 10. 11. 18. 22. 25. 30. 31. 45. 46. 47. 89. 92 Saalsaa. Richard: 71 Sarbacker. Nick: 73 Scheider. Mr. Neal: 18. 25. 39 Schild. Jackie: 18. 54. 57. 60. 62 Schlafli. Brandon: 72 Schlafli. Nathan: 71 Schlafli. Sheila: 72 Schoenhard. Brian: 70 Schoenhard. Karl: 70 Schraepfer. Mrs. Clarice: 66. 70 Schulte. Jon: 4. 9. 10, 12. 15. 19. 25. 34. 48. 84. 85 Schulte. Mrs. Judy: 9. 12. 19. 39. 60. 80 Sebranek. Jeff: 54, 55, 56, 58, 60, 87 Sebranek. Joel: 3. 9. 10. 13. 14. 15. 16. 19. 25. •an 81 8d dQ Sd 80 Sebranek. June: 3] 10.11. 14. 15. 16. 17. 19. 23. 26. 27. 44. 46. 47. 82. 91. 92 Seffrood. James: 72 Seffrood. Tracey: 71 Severson. Alan: 1. 11. 22. 25. 30. 31. 53 Severson. Amanda: 72 Severson. Dana: 1, 71 Siegel. Dennis: 18. 50. 84 Skattum. Laura: 71 Skattum. Olin: 71 Soper. Lachlyn: 71 Soper. Mrs. Pearl: 41 Soper. Sarah: 73 Stangeland. Mrs. Marge: 66 Steltz. Crystal: 70 Steltz. Kim: 72 Steltz. Mrs. Sharon: 41 Stephens. John: 9. 14. 16. 19. 34. 49. 90. 92 T Teske. Nathan: 70 Thompson. Eric: 69 Thompson. Mrs. lola: 12, 66. 68 Thompson. Nicole: 12, 18. 20, 61. 62. 63 Timm. Jeremy: 69 Timm. Matt: 69 Tollakson. Todd: 10. 15, 19. 25. 31, 34. 49. 84 Tree. Steve: 34. 51 Treuthardt. Robin: 4. 15. 16, 17. 23, 27, 32. 33, 34. 49. 82, 87. 91 V VanDusen. Larry: 22, 25, 30, 31, 52 Vinger. Chad: 17. 19. 22. 25. 52 Voegeli. Amy: 53, 82. 92 Voegeli. Mrs. Beth: 67 Voegeli. Corina: 69 Voegeli. Cristy: 71 Voegeli. Kelly: 69 Voegeli. Kim: 54. 57. 61. 62 Voegeli. Roseanna: 73 W Waage. Kreg: 1. 54. 56. 58. 61. 63 Waage. Mr. Ron: 66. 69 Wahl. Heather: 69 Wahl. Robin: 71 Weaver. Colleen: 12. 20. 28. 53. 92 Webster. Michelle: 13. 15.18.20. 21.26. 27. 34. 49 Welch. Mrs. Shelley: 37 Wenger. Mrs. Edna: 67 Wenger. Justin: 73 Whitcomb. Mr. Joe: 6, 22. 36. 76 White. Belinda: 70 White. Brandon: 70 White. Machelle: 53 Wiegel. Domonlc: 73 Wiegel. Mrs. Kay: 12. 39. 80 Wilhelmson. Brooke: 72 Wilhelmson. Maureen: 3. 9. 18. 51. 78. 90 Wilhelmson. Tara: 70 Willis. Tammy: 21. 26. 27. 29. 34. 51. 82. 90 Wilson. Scott: 51 Wirth. Gary: 70 Wlrth. Mike: 70 Wirth. Sherri: 8. 15. 23. 27. 44. 46. 47. 82. 92 Wlrth. Stacy: 21. 49 Wirtz, Justin: 69 Wirtz, Melissa: 71 Wyttenbach. Connie: 15. 17. 20. 22. 23. 28. 32. 33. 45. 46. 82. 92 Z Zuidcma. Elizabeth: 69 Zurfluh. Michelle: 19. 32. 33. 49. 87 Zurfluh. Sue: 56. 59. 60. 63 75PATRONS Argyle Industries, Inc. Wes Moen Heating Riverside Tap Ostby Garage Johnson, Kranz, and McDaniel Citizens National Bank, Darlington The House of Insurance, Darlington Murph’s on Main, Darlington Benedict’s, Darlington P.J.’s Dog House • Pat and Jim Discher Ernst Farm and Home Center, So. Wayne Gratiot State Bank, Gratiot Burnett Bahe Agency, Monroe Schultz Pharmacy, Monroe Thorsen Jewelers, Monroe Radke Studio, Monroe Image Salon, Monroe Pizza Hut, Monroe Monroe Glass Co., Inc., Monroe Lynn M. Randel, DDS, Blanchardville Cap’s Tap, Blanchardville Town Edge Restaurant, BlanchardvilleLIVESTOCK HAULING For market or slaughter Also to all area sale barns Seven day service. 508 Park Place • Darlington. Wisconsin 53530 • 608 776-3542 60 Breeze Terrace • Argyle, Wisconsin 53504 • VIC BREDESON Telephone: 543-3001 608 543-3616 Argyle, Wisconsin 77Co ngratu latio ns CLASS OF ’ SALES t SERVICE t rentals Your Rain Barrel Man Rain Barrel Water Conditioning Sales — Service — Rentals 608 325-5102 Gary Harris 2308 — 11th Street Monroe, Wl 53566 If I fle) tlheSutissColom| 1112 Seventh Avenue v'“' MONROE, WISCONSIN • 53566 AMERICAN FAMILY AUTO HOME BUSINESS HEALTH LIFE RON BIRKETT 326 SOUTH MAIN BOX 153 BLANCHARDVILLE. WISCONSIN 53516 PHONE OFF 608-523-4907 RES 608-523-4330 (t “qgP“‘ m WAINWRIGHTS Medicine Mart 718 8th St.. Monroe, Wl 328-8263 For all your insurance needs See the Steiner Agency since •Computerized Records ft Reports • Free Delivery • Free Blood Pressure Checks Todd Faulks, R. PH. • Fast Service • Quality Generics • Third Party Billing Keith Wainwright, R. PH. DEN 1506 31st Avenue Monroe, Wisconsin Phone: 325-2534 CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF 1987 compliments of Mr. D’s Roadhouse Monroe, Wisconsin Live Entertainment — Dancing Live Video SystemTURNER HALL CLUB Bar and restaurant open to public Welcomes wedding and anniversary dances No Charge For The Floor Free Weekend Entertainment Including Sun. 3:00-8:00 Monroe. WI (gg) BLANCHARDVILLE CO-OP OIL ASSOCIATION TOWN-MART John N. Bos PRINTING TYPOGRAPHY 751 I0TH AVENUE MONROE. WI.. 5 5566 (608) 12 5 • JO ) 1 J FRESH FOR LESS! CHEESE - LIQUOR - PRODUCE - GASOLINE On the Junction of Highway 69 8th Street Monroe, WI TIRES — BATTERIES PETROLEUM PRODUCTS Serving Argyle, Hollandale, New Glarus and Blanchardville Phone 608 325-4433 Monday thru Saturday 8 a.m. - 9 p.m. Sunday 8 a.m. add a gSEmSG T J -Vrri L.A. ROSSING CO. DEPARTMENT STORE Since 1870 FOR ALL YOUR BUILDING SUPPLIES Clothing for the entire family. Every mile is worth your while. FENCING. MINNESOTA PAINTS. TREATED LUMBER, MADISON SILOS STARLINE FEEDING and BARN EQUIPMENT Frudden Building Co. Phone: 543-3013 Argyle, Wisconsin Phone 543-3332■ - ' ‘ a A 1 f K y 0 f « MOWERS SCISSORS TOOLS KNIVES CUTTERS CHISELS AXES NORM'S SHARP-ALL SHOP 313 BREEZE TERRACE ARGYLE. WISCONSIN 53504 TELEPHONE 543-3628 COMPLETE SHARPENING SERVICE IRMA'S KITCHEN On the Corner across from the School and the Post Office: Phone: 543-3703 (608)543-3778 STOCK FARM REGISTERED POLLED HEREFORDS MARVIN ESPENSCHEID FAMILY 12044 State Hwy 78 Argyle. Wisconsin 53504 CONGRATULATIONS to the CLASS of 1987 R. E. Hunter, M.D. KOSSING'S FINE FOODS shursav FOOD STORES Argyle, Wis.B M Bar Argyle, Wisconsin Best Food in Town!! Carry-Outs! BEST WISHES to the CLASS of 1987 The Lyle Fischer Family CONGRATULATIONS BEST WISHES CLASS of ’87 to the Bernard J. Hanson CLASS of ’87 Oriole Booster ARGYLE AGENDA ARGYLE VETERINARY SERVICE S.C. IRVIN GANZHUBNER, D.V.M. KEVIN HOLMAN, D.V.M. RICHARD BOURIE, D.V.M. 543-3082 201 S. North Street Argyle, WisconsinARGYLE MEAT PROCESSING CO-OP ARGYLE, WISCONSIN 53504 608 543-3536 Complete Meat Service Slaughtering on Thursday by Appointment 108 East Street Kris Hassenfelt Licensed Beautician Argyle, Wisconsin 53504 Telephone 608 543-3272 AUTO JACOBSEN BUS SERVICES, INC. SIGN DAVID N. JACOBSEN BOX 61 PH. 608-543-3135 ARGYLE, WIS. 53504 1 • KERMIT WATKINS Building and Remodeling Argyle, Wisconsin STATE BANK OF ARGYLE ARGYLE, WISCONSIN 53504 608 543-3321 FULL-SERVICE BANK MEMBER F.D.l.C.STROMMEN-VINGER INSURANCE AGENCY David L. Vinger Box N, 101 North Street Argyle, WI. 53504 Tel.: (608) 543-3060 HERITAGE INSURANCE BERGET JEWELERS Art Carved • Josten • R. Johns Class Rings Art Carved Diamonds Pulsar Watches Something from Berget's is always something special Argyle. WI Phone: 543-3525 4 TOLLAKSON AND SON’S MEMORIAL Mj Argyle, Wisconsin 543-3233 ARGYLE DENTAL OFFICES Andrew Shuler, D.D.S. Charles Shuler, D.M.D. Frank Shuler, D.D.S. 104 Broad Street Argyle, Wi. 53504 CONGRATULATIONS to the CLASS OF ’87 Moore’s Service Station Anita Raymond Moore Argyle, Wisconsin n A A O ■ 5433123 IbU Ur i Uni®ll Argyle 76 and Food Mart Bob and Jan Mau 543-3733 Products at Competitive Prices 7:00 A.M. to 9:00 P.M. Daily MEYER’S BAR Argyle, Wisconsin John, Leah, Stacy, Jay Best Wishes to the Class of 1987 Dr. Paul and Gloria Thompson“Down by the Riverside” 109 MAIN STREET DARLINGTON, WI 53530 (608)776-4451 Photo-Land III 333 Main St. Darlington, WI 53530 (608)776-3853 The Professionals in Photography (608)776-4481 WHITFORD PHARMACY, INC. PRESCRIPTIONS, SUNDRIES, GIFTS, JEWELRY. CARDS WILLIAM J. WHITFORD, R.Ph. President 210 E. Alice Darlington, WI 53530 309 S. Main St. Blanchardville, WI 53516 Lafayette Co. Farm Bureau and Rural Insurance Co. 430 Main Darlington, WI 53530 (608)776-4455 We service all of your Insurance needs. CARY E. ZILTNER Agent 319 Main St. P.O. Box 194 Darlington, Wisconsin 53530 Bus.: (608)776-3323 STATE FARM INSURANCE COMPANIES Res.: (608)776-2318 HOME OFFICES: BLOOMINGTON. ILLINOIS "Like a Good Neighbor. State Farm is There” IF YOU WANT TO BUY, SELL, TRADE OR AUCTION REAL ESTATE OR PERSONAL PROPERTY CALL ROELLI RELIABLE REALTY AND AUCTION SERVICE ROUTE 1, DARLINGTON, WIS. 53530 PHONE: 608-776-4081 608-776-4082 608-776-4573 IF WE DON’T HAVE IT WE’LL GET IT FOR YOU Flowers by Martha 401 Main Street DARLINGTON, WISCONSIN 53530 PHONE 776-2761 FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS WE WIRE FLOWERS uj[or florist ANTIQUES 919 MADISON STREET DARLINGTON 608-776-3301 V Alphot'tt; % Zimmerman a eeie, 3nc. d b a Alphorn Cheese BANK OF SOUTH WAYNE Large enough to serve you Small enough to know you SOUTH WAYNE, WISCONSIN (608)439-5391 Wiota, Wl 53587 Phone 968-3414 Makers of Muenster Baby Swiss WIOTA MILLING COMPANY AND NORTH CENTRAL PUBLIC SERVICE CO. GROCERY STORE L-P Gas 7152 State Hwy. 78 Gratiot, WI 53541 1504 11th St. Box 499 Monroe, WI 53566 Phone 328-8131 HA UR I’S CYCLE SHOP 633 - 1st Ave. Monroe, Wi. 53566 325 - 9952 KA WASAK1 MOTORCYCLE KA WASAK1 CONGRATULATIONS to the Graduates of ’87 Parts Accessories IT’S A GOOD TIME FOR THE GREAT TASTE DRIVE - THRU 425 - 8th Street Monroe, Wisconsin 328-4231 HOUSEWARES. ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES. PAINT Phone 325-4581 1123 - 16th AVE. MONROE. WIS. 53566FUNK’S B Sum Cheese Manufacturer Distributor of Wisconsin Cheese LINE Don Wilhelmson 5479 Whiteside Road PO Box 96 Blanchardville. Wl 53516 Business 608-523-4221 Home 608-523-4021 Argyle, Wl 53504 Phone: 608 968-3387 Haideor Where good people go for good food. ™ Marty’s Black Oak Inn Daily noon specials Homemade soup and pie Friday night Fish Fry 5-11:00 p.m. 404 W 8th STREET MONROE, Wl 53566 Saturday night 10 02. tenderloin, steak, chicken, shrimp 5-10:00 p.m. PHONE: (608)325-2222  jm Well done Amos! You have a firm foundation you’re building on. Love, Mom, Dad, and Jeremy AMERICANISM Argyle Post 251 AND o PHOTOGRAPHY o. 1218 17th Avenue (Across from Turner Hall) 4 O Seniors - Wedding Any Occasion (Outdoor Setting Available) € X CfiMERR . W (A STUDIO HfiCJS "THE AREA'S MOST COMPLETE PHOTOGRAPHY SERVICE UNDER 1 ROOF!' •Professional Photography ln House Some Day Studio Color Print Processing •Speciality Camera Professional Wedding Equipment Photographers 1605 10TH ST - MONROE - RH. 325-6767 Hair Styling For the Entire Family ‘make-up — facials ‘ear piercing ‘manicures ‘Nexus products Give us a call and make an appointment Phone: 543-3008 Cut ’N Curl Salon 109 North Argyle, WIWe wish you much success and happiness! Congratulations Angie! Love, Dad, Mom Scott, Dan Amie teac i t e Best wishes Class of ’87 Argyle Education Association HEITKAMP STUDIOS (Formerly Schmitz Studios) 2317 13th Street Monroe, WI 53566 Congratulations, Diane “32' You’ve come a long way and you’ve made it! Dad and MomIt was great working with you the last four years! Good Luck! Coach Godfrey DeWayne Bredeson Wiring - Rewiring Service Calls Electric Heat Argyle, WI 53504 WOODFORD STATE BANK Full Service Bank Branch of Monroe, WI Member FDIC 53566 Woodford, WI 53599 945 West 7th St. (608) 465-3367 (608) 325-7766 The Peak of Value Department Store Hwy. 11 West Monroe, WI Open: Mon. - Fri. 9 - 9 Sat. 8 - 9; Sun. 9 - 6 325-9124 ARNIE’S WELDING D.W.B. ELECTRIC 18032 River Rd. Argyle, WI Phone: 523-4971 Owner: Arnold Bocklund Congratulations, Lori! We’re proud of you! Love, Mom, Dad, Larry, and LennyWe love you! Whether you hit the “jackpot” or not, success will come your way. How could it not — with that smile and those great HANSON looks? (not to mention conceit) THE SEVEN WHO WERE ONCE ELEVEN (Your Dad and siblings) We are proud of you June! The world is out there waiting. Go for it! Mom, Dad Joel and Jeff ? kfrs — V .v,? , t - ' ■■■ . : :; ". « . . .to f..' .- i a '%». 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