Arrowhead High School - Warhawk Yearbook (Hartland, WI)

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GWMNEM W HARTLANO VISC N m ADHIN ISTRATION STUDENT SENATE Ban 0, ORCII ESTRA cue: R. 6. Lu es COLOR GUARD FOOTBHL L. BABKET Ba L I- cuEERLEADms t-IOHECO rune PLRVS DEBATE: HUS l0 EVENTS 8I ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL PRINC IPAL Donovan Richards Richard Koepke, Jr. To the Graduates of 1963: Each day we learn a little more until, finally, we faintly begin to understand how little we really do know. At that point in our realization our education begins, for only then can we seriously attend to the matters with which we need to be concerned. As you leave this school to marry, work, serve our nation, or study more, our wishes go With you that you might now be aware of how little you know and how much more there is to learn. Then we would wish you extraordinary success in beginning your new education. Bomb 0 F EDUCACPION JOSEPH BRIERTON NANCY DROSS JOSEPH JOHNSTON KENNETH LEQUE WILLARD ROLOFF FRED STAUS GUSTAVE STOELTlNG John Geske Janet Kahn William Hinze, Director of Guidance DAVID BALMER CHARLES BART CARL BENRUD World History World History Agriculture Physical Choir Educ ation Orchestra JACK BOLD CURTIS BORGEN GROOMER DAVIS ARTHUR Shop Drawing American History American DORDEL Technical Problems College Drawing Student Senate Mathematics Advisor Geometry CuMATm OF 1151 Lu KATHLEEN FOY EARL FRANCIS JOHN GESKE English 9 Spanish Guidance American Counselor History World Geography BERNARD ROBERT HUGHES WILLIAM HASSEMER Advanced JOHNSON Chemistry Mathematics Office Practice Advanced Algebra Bookkeeping Chemistry Typing JANET KAHN JUNE KRIEWALD VERA MILTON MAIN Guidance English 10 LUDWIGSEN Physics Counselor English 11 Librarian General Science English 9 JOHN MEYER JOHN MILLER RICHARD English 10 Biology MYRHUM Advanced Biology General Science Algebra Audio - Vi sual RUSSELL NELSON Wood Shop JEAN NEUSER SARI JO OLSEN Physical Home Economics Education ELLEN PETRICK College English Latin VINC ENT KENNETH ILGA REKE POLLOCK REICHERT Art Office Practice General German Bookkeeping Mathematics Shorthand Algebra Typing W m. PETER ROIDT ROBERT ROBERT Individual SCHEELE SCHLIESMAN Progress World Geography Shop Preparation AInerican Auto Mechanics Problems JANINE WATTS Home Economics English 9 RUTH ANN STEWART Instrumental Music Program of the Grades MARY WEHR English 11 English 12 415553; ALAN STUVE Metal Shop ALFRED VANDERTIE Physic a1 Educ ation GILBERT ALFRED WEIGEL ZIETLOW Band Biology General Science Yes sir, who is it that said a student's locker is just another excuse for a waste- basket? This desk we see here is typical of those found in the mysterious dens of many a teacher. It's too far away to see if those papers contain a new elbow bump- ing decree or another ultimatum to Johnny's parents, but there're plenty of red pencils lying about, and even a long- awaited-for honor pass! OFFICE STAFF Marian Brandt Dorothy Jochinsen Marilyn VanderVelde NOT PIC TURED: Kathe rine Tayl o r Ed Dorn Lillian Holtdorf Gust Borchardt Murphy Rice LUNCHROOM STAFF Mabel Nelson Avis Luedtke Janice Holden 1' :4 ANN 9A4... m1: ROW ONE: J. Pfeiffer, J. Heinzelman, L. Stoelting, S. Olson, C. Becker, H. Howland, S. Lierk. ROW TWO: M. Snyder, R. Ludwig, D. Thorkildsen, S. Rolefson, K. Walsh, B. Serres, D. Perkins. ROW THREE: J. Johnson, C. Steiner, P. Stark, R. Garcia, N. Chapman, M. Droegkamp, B. Jung, L. Beaumont. ROW FOUR: C. Lemke, L. Dorfmeister, J. Bonham, P. Nampel, R. Pariza, J. Koh1,B.Bagdonas, C. Selbo, V. Wolcott, D. Masson. S s . 1 . st-th EDITORS Dennis Brophy, Copy; Bob Karrow, Editor; Barb Bierman, Typing; Judy May, Art and Lay- out, Assistant Editor; Karen Martin, Identification and Proofreading; Phil Fuchs, Photog- raphy; Bob Gottsacker, Business; Mr. Schliesman, Advisor. g F- RE $HNEN ?g, G. Anstey R. Arndorfer N. Arndt J. Aucutt S. Beal M. Beaumont T. Becker R. Bedore G. Bierman M. Billings w, Blake F. Bolhmann S. Bower S. Brandt R. Bredl S. Bricco K. Cass M. Chambers N- Chapman D. Clague T. Croy K. Dehli N. Dettlaff I3 D. Dobbertin D- Dobbertin J. Doleshal P. Dorn D. Dow J. Dunn C. Dvergsdal S. Earnst D. Elsinger L. Engen A. Fett S. Fischer K. Fisher R. Fleischman W. Fleming J. Geason M. Getz K. Goodman D. Gourlie F. Greene S. Greene S. Greuel L. Guderski J. Hahl K. Hansen B. Hardiman L. Harris J. Heinzelman S. Henschel L. Hiemke D. Humphrey G. Hyde M. Janichek J. Johnson S . Juenamann R. Karrow S . Knipfel S . Knipfel J. Kolbow M. Koltz D. Krueger D. Krueger l5 J. Krueger D. Lahr S. Lierk C. Lipski D. Lund P. McBroom J. McCarthy L. McClellan J. McGrath T. McGuire S. Mallow W. Marth L. Mehling J. Morris W. Moses D. Motz M. Mueller M. Mulhollon J. Mull G. Mussell K. Nelson M. O'Driscoll T. O'Driscoll J. Olsen J. Ordway J. Parry G. Peckham J. Pfeiffer l6 R. Radtke J. Rasmussen R. Robertson L. Rogers W. Rousseau D. Rurnphol S. Runkel C. Sanger L. Schemberger C. Schiek A. Schlafer R. Schlafer C. Schmitt J. Schmitt T. Schroetter L, Schultz D. Schuster r L. Seidel D. Shadrick D. Slater J. Sloan D. Smith M. Smith J. Sorenson E. Stapleton P. Stark P, Stier P. Tetzlaff J. Thorkildsen G. Toennes W; C. Toepfer J. Toth D. Tovey M. Tuckermann K. Urban J. Visser J. Voelzke G- VOEgt P. Walsh B. Wenninger I P. Werner E. Wertz N. Westover M. White R. Winkelman H. Wolcott J. Wrobel L. Zsori 18 SOPH OM CRIBS C. Adelmann K. Andersen M. Audley R. Baehler K. Barker B. Bartlett R. Baumann C. Becker . J. Beckman K. Berndt R. Biancuzzo R. Billings B. Binkowski J. Bode J. Bosshard C. Bradd W. Brooks R. Campbell l9 ,tw; ' ' m aw ' . viinwme uwgm-hw 991W meWWw w; 'Ww$w+ R. Campbell K. Carrera M. Clifton G. Culver W. Cummins P. Dehli J. Diener M. Dorn B. Dow S. Droegkalnp Ellsworth S. Esser P. Felber J. Fleming J. Fredrickson K. Fruit 20 R. Dobbertin J. Donovan K. Eubanks M. Evinrude J. Gessner J- Goetz L. Greene J. Gromowski R. Grulkowski R. Haasl A. Hale A. Hanrahan J. Hansen . Hansen R. Hansen C. Hanson M. Hartke J. Hess M. Hoff D. Hoffman S. Holtman G. Jackson P. Jenkins R. Jenkins L. Jenson J. Johnson K. Jones R. Jorgenson B. Keever C. Keller J. Kienast M. Kieren M. Larsen M. Laufenberg R. Lehmann D. Lemke C. Lippert V. Luttrell D. McElhatton D. McFadden J. McGuire G. Matteson N. Mieritz R. Miklavcic Qlix C. Miles P. Morrill Morris S. Nelson M. Perkins J. Poweleit P. Rasmussen C. Roensch K. Nielsen A. Petushek M. Poweleit L. Reetz D. Rosch J. Outcalt J. Pfeiffer D. Powless G. Padinger F. Pfister D. Pynakker D. Rice J. Schafer B. Pascoe T. Piehl C. Richter W. Scheuerell C . Rankin D. Schiek M. Schlechta R. Schlise J. Schmidt J. Schmidt S. Schmidt S. Shadrick M. Shotola L. Sleaper M. Snyder K. Sorenson S. Stroud H. Swantz R. Tieberg T. Utecht R. Vander Veen G, Vrabel C. Wenninger R. Wiemer N. Williams B. Winkelman 24 R. Abel P. Albert S. Alstad D. Anstey P. Balkman L. Beaumont D. Bierrnan S. Bleuer J. Bode .2 Bricco R. Bulen T. Carstens K. Chambers G. Childs P. Culver L. Curtis R. Czajczynski T. Dalton M. Dauer B. Dickinson E. Dickten J. Diener T. Donovan M. Droegkamp J. Dunn W. Egbert A. Evinrude 2.6 C . Geszvain D. Hoffman K. Hunt R. Jorgenson P . Graves D. Hoffman F. Irons B. Jung T. Fleming J. Greene B. Holden R. Jensen W. Karrow L. Hansen N. Jochinsen M. Keller D. Home A. Johnson J . Kelling J. Geason C . Hoffman P. Houle S. Johnson H. Kienast 2.7 R. Kienast F. Koerschner N. Kuhtz J. Laatsch B. Laird J. LaPorte J. LaPorte C. Lemke P. Lendle J. Manes K. McClintock R. McCombs T. McGrath S. McGuire B. McKerrow D. McLay R. McNeil J. Mehling C. Meissner J. Mertins T. Miles C. Monda B. Moroney 28 J. Nelson C. Nielsen W. Nielsen v35 '...o nu. L. Paddock G. Palmer M. Palmer A. Parker R. Pariza P. Peckstein D. Perkins s, Pfeiffer G. Pilgrim J. Pope . J Prust L. Raddenbach L, Rapp R. Raser D. Rassmusgen J. Rellatz G.R1ckhelm B. Richter G. Riggs S. Rolefson R. Rosch w. Roskopf J. Rousseau R. Schemberger 2.9 C. Shlafer V. SchOH D. Schultz J. Schultz D. Sedgwick R. Sengstock C. Serles R. Serres P. Sharpley R. Shotola C. Smith 5- Staupe J. Steidl C. Steiner G. Steiner J. Thomas K. Visser K. Walsh J. Werderitch R. Wrobel G. Zertuche G. Zinda 3O HELMER ALSTAD . . . ILMAR ANDRESSOO . . . Football 3; Band 1-4; Football 3,4; Baseball Ushers Club 4. 2; Track 4; C1ubs:Art 3,4; Rod 8: Gun 4; Science 4; Latin 3,4; Ushers 4. ROGER ANSAY . . . Track 3; Rod 8: Gun Club 1. FRANK ARNDORFER . . . Basketball 2-4; Track 2-4; Clubs: Latin 4; Rod 3: Gun 3,4; Var- sity 2-4. THOMAS AUDLEY . . . DENNIS BARKER . . . Student Senate 3; Foot- Student Senate 4; Foot- ball 1-4; Track 1,3; ball 1-4; Basketball 1- Baseball 2; FFA 1-4 ;V- 4; Baseball 2-4; Track Pres. 3, Pres. 4;; Clubs: 3; Homecoming Court Art 2; Campers 3,4; Rod 4; Clubs: Rod 8: Gun 2- 8: Gun 2,3. 4; Varsity 3,4. CHERYL BECKER . . . Student Senate 1-4 ;Sec 4;; GAA 1-4; Cheer- leading 2-4; Band: 1-4; ;Treas. 4;; Pep 1; Dance 3; MMM 3,4; Smoke Signal 1-4; An- nual 4; Homecoming Court 4; Whp;s Who 4; C1ubs:Dra:matics 1-4; Home Ec. 4. - CYNTHIA BECKER . . . GAA1-3; Band: 1-4; Pep 4; Clubs: Latin 1, 2; Library 1-4 ;Pres. 2,3;; Spanish 3,4. 32 MARIE BECKER . . . KARL BENZ . . . Bas- GAA l-4; Choir 2-4; ketball 1; FFA 2. Smoke Signal 4; Saddle-ites 4; Art Club 1. SUE BLANK . . . GAA ; BARBARA BIERMAN 4; Annual 4; Clubs: . . . Student Senate 3,4; Spanish 4; Home Ec. 4. i H 3 Smoke Signal 3,4; An- Oconomowoc H.S. 1-3. ' nua14;GAA 1-4 Sec. 1 -- 41; Band: 1-4; Pep 2-4; MMM 4; Clubs: Home Ec. 4; Dramatics 2,3; Spanish 1-41Pres. Z1. LEWIS BIRKEL . . . MICHAEL BRIE TON Nb Footba114; FFA 1-4. . . .Driamatic C WARREN BROCKMEYER . . . Band: 1-4; Pep 1-4; Dance 1-4; Track 1; Clubs: Rod 8: Gun 1-4; Dramatics 1-4; Thes- pians 3,4. SUSAN CHAPMAN . . . Student Senate 3; GAA 1-4; Smoke Signal 3,4; Annual 2-4; Honor So- ciety 3,4; Homecoming 4; Forensics 3; Band: 1-4; Pep 1-4;C1ubs: Spanish 3.4 See. 41; Art 1,2; Dramatics 1-4 1Pres. 3,41; Thespians 1-4; Rod $z Gun1-4 1Sec.-Treas. 41; Bad- minton 1,2. QUENTON CLAYTON . . . Baseball 1,2; Band: 1-4; Pep 2-4; Dance 4; Campers Club 3,4. SHARON CLEMANS . . .GAA 1-4. NANCY COOPER . . . GAA 1; Clubs: Library 1-3; Spanish 3; Home TOD COWEN . . . Foot- ball 1-4; Track 3; Base- ball 1; Smoke Signal 3; Clubs: Spanish 3; Rod $2 Gun 4; Varsity 4. DIANE DETTMANN. . . GAA 2-4; Library Club Z. 34- BARBARA DAUER . . . GAA 3,4; Clubs: Library 2; Home EC. 4. Ec. 3 JOS EPH DUNN MARCIA EAVES . . . Student Senate 4; GAA 1-4; Smoke Signal 4; Spanish Club 3,4. ETHEL ELLSWORTH . . .GAA1-3;Band1-4; Choir 4. MARJORIE FLEMING . . . Student Senate 1,2, 4; GAA 1-4 1Treas. 31; Color Guard 2-4; An- nual 4; Int. Fair 3; Homecoming 4; Clubs: Badminton 2; Spanish 3,4; Saddle-ites 4. JERRY FREDRICKSON . . .Football 1. ALBERT EBERT . . . FFA 3,4. JAMES FETHERSTON . . Track 3,4;C1ubs: Rod 8: Gun 3,4; Camp- ers 4. JENNIFER FREDMAN . . .GAA 1; Smoke Sig- nal 3,4; Clubs: Dramat- ics 1-3; Home Ec. 4; Spanish 1-3 1Sec. Z1. JOSEPH FREDRIC KSON ...Footba111,2. PHILLIP FUCHS . . . LINDA GALLENBECK Football 1; Baseball 1 . , ,GAA 1,3,4; Smoke 1Mng; Track 2; An- Signal 3; Annual 4; nual 3,4; Thespians 3,4; Band 1,2; Orchestra 1; Clubs: Rod gt Gun 2-4 Clubs; Drarnatics 2; 1Pres. 41; Science 3,4 Horne Ec. 3. 1V-Pres. 3, Pres. 41;. Dramatics 3,4. KIRK GORANSON . . . Football 1,2; Baseball RICHARD GORANSON . . .Football 1; Track 1-4. 3. ROBERT GOTTSACKER RODOLFO GARCIA . . . . . . Baseball 1 1Mng; , Student Senate 4; Annual 2-4; Honor So- Choir 4; Annual 4; ciety 3,4 1Treas. 41; Clubs: Science 41Sec.- Clubs: German 3,4 Treas. 41; Spanish 4; 4Pres. 41; Science 2-4 Dramatics 4; Rod 3: 1Pres. 31; Rod 8: Gun Gun 4; Campers 4; AFS 2-4. Exchange Student from the Philippines. MARY ANN GRAB- MEIER. . .GAA 1-4; German Club 1,2. KAREN HAHN . . . Student Senate 3; GAA 1,2; Homecoming 2; Band 1; Color Guard 2; Choir 2-4;C1ubs: Span- ish 3,4; Home Ec. 3. PENELOPE HANSON BARBARA HENDRICK- . . .GAA 1-4; Smoke SON . . .GAA1-4;Band Signal 2,3; Annual 4; 1-4. Clubs: Art 3; Dramat- ics 3,4; Home Ec. 1-4. BONNADEAN HOLMES . . .GAA1-4;Srnoke Signal 3; Annual 3,4; Spanish Club 3,4. TERRY HONEYAGER . . Football 2; FFA 1-4. NANCY HOULE . . . HOLLY HOWLAND . . . GAA 1-4; Band: 1-4; Student Senate 4; GAA Pep 1-4; Clubs: Art 1, 1-3; Smoke Signal 2,3; 2; Latin 1; Library 1; Annual 4; Homecoming Dramatics 3,4. 4; Color Guard 1-4; Clubs: Spanish 1-3; Badminton 1; Dramat- ics 1,2; Home Ec. 1-3. BRUCE JENKINS . . . Football 4; Smoke Sig- nal 3; Clubs: Rod 8: Gun 3,4; Art 3,4; Glenbard East H.S., Lombard, Ill. 1. KIRTLAND JENS . . . Football 4; Clubs: Span- ish 3; Varsity 4. 37 JOANNE JOHNSON. . . GAA 1,2; Smoke Signal 4; Annual 4; Band: 2-4; Pep 4; Orchestra 4; Clubs: Badminton 1; Dramatics 2; Latin 1; Spanish 3,4; Art 2,3. ROBERT KARROW . . . Student Senate 3; Track 2; Annual 3,4 1Editor 4;; Debate 3; Thespians 3, 4; Clubs: Dramatics 3, 4; Campers 2-41Pres. 41; German 2,4; Ushers 3,4. THOMAS KERR PHILIP KINNEY . . . FFA1-4. GARY KOVACH . . . DONNA KRAEMER . . Student Senate 3,4; Track 2; Annual 3; Clubs: Art 3; Campers Student Senate 4; GAA 1-4; Smoke Signal 3,4; Clubs: Art 3,41Pres. 2-41V-Pres. 41;Ger- man 2,3; Ushers 3,4. 41; Home Ec. 3,4; Saddle-ites 4. JERI KRAUS . . Gun Club 2. . Rod 8: MARTHA KRUEGER . . . Student Senate 1-4 1Treas. 41; GAA 1-4; Smoke Signal 3,4; Honor Society 3,4; Homecom- ing Court 4; Homecom- ing 3; Prom 3; Band: 1-4; Orchestra 2-4; MMM 3,4; Choir 4; Clubs: Art 2,3 wee.- Treas. 31; Badminton 2; Dramatics 1-4 ' 1Treas. 4;; Spanish 3,4 1V-Pres. 3, Pres. 41. 38 ERNEST KRUMME . . . CAROL KUCHLER . . . Spanish Club 3,4. GAA 1-3; Smoke Signal 2; Clubs: Art 2; Spanish 3. LYN LA TOUR . . . Stu- 3 ; DARWIN LAUTERBACH dent Senate 3,4; GAA 1- ' . . . Homecoming 4; 4 4V-Pres. 4;; Annual : Clubs: Art 1,4; Dramat- 2,3; Smoke Signal 3,4 ? - ics 4; Rod 8: Gun 4; 4Editor 4h Color Guard L ' Science 3,4; Ushers 4. 1-4; Honor Society 3,4 ' ' Sec. 4;; Thespians 2-4; Forensics 3,4; Home- coming 2-4; Int. Fair 3; Prom 2; Clubs: Art 1; Badminton 1,2; Dra- matics 1-3 4Pres. 3;; Spanish 3,4. GERALD LEMBKE . . . JAMES LEMBKE FFA 1-4; German Club 3,4. JOANN LENDLE , . , JAMES LIEBERT . . . GAA 1-4; Art Club 2. ' Student Senate 3,4 4Pres. 4;; Football 1-4; Baseball 1-4; Smoke Signal 2-4; Annual 2,3; Homecoming 3; Int. Fair 3; Who's Who 3; Badger Boys' State 3; Homecoming Court 3,4; Prom Court 3; Clubs: Campers 1-3; German 1-4 4Sec.-Treas. 3;; Rod 8: Gun 1-4; Varsity 3,4 Hf-Pres. 4;. 39 RUTH LUDWIG . . . SHARON LUEDTKE Band 1-4; MMM 4; ...GA.A 1-4; Band 1; Choir 3,4; Annual 41 Choir 1; Smoke Signal Homecoming 4; Prom 1,2. 3; Clubs: Home Ec. 4; Library 2 1SecJ. TERRY LUEHMANN. . . ALLAN LUND . . . FFA Art Club 1,2,4. 2-41Treas.41. ROBERT MANLEY . . . KAREN MARTIN . Art Club 4; Ushers Choir 4; Annual 4; Art Club 4. Club 4; Rufus King H.S. 1,2. DOROTHY MASSON . GAA 1-4; Annual 3,4; Clubs: Art 1-4; Library 1-41Pres.41; Future Nurses 2-4. JUDY MAY . . . Student Senate 4 1Scribe1; Smoke Signal 4; Annual 2-4; GAA 1-4; Homecoming 4; Int. Fair 3; Band: 1- 4; Pep 2,4; Orchestra 2;C1ubs:Art 1-41Sec. 21; Dramatics 4; Ger- man 1,2. MARY LOU McBROOM . . . Student Senate 3,4; GAA1-3;Band:1-4 1Student Director 41; Pep 1-4; Dance 1-4; Orchestra 1-4; MMM 3, 41Pres. 41; Choir 3,4; Badger Girls' State 3; Homecoming 4; Who's Who 4; Clubs: Science 3,4; Spanish 3. PHYLLIS MEISSNER . . . Student Senate 2,3; Band: 1-4; Pep 1-4; Clubs: Home Ec. 4; Fu- ture Nurses 3; Latin 3; Library 1-3. DONNA METZ . . .GAA 1-3; Home Ec. Club 2-4. ROBERT MOSES . . . Band 2; Clubs: Rod 3: Gun 3,4; Ushers 4; Waukesha HS. 1. JUDY MEHLING . . . GAA 1,2; Smoke Signal 3; Art Club 1. WADE MERRYFIELD DAVID MORRIS . . . Student Senate 4; Foot- ball 1-4;FFA1-4 1Treas. 3, V-Pres. 41; Clubs: Campers 2-4; Rod 8c Gun 2,3; Varsity 3,4. LoRAYNE NELSON . . . GAA 1-4; Choir 4; Smoke Signal 4; Annual 4; Clubs: Art 1-4; Dramat- ics 4; Home EC. 3; Spanish 3,4. MICHAEL O'DRISCOLL . Football 1,2,4; Baseball 1-4; Home- coming Court 4; Clubs: Rod 8: Gun 2-4; Varsity 2-4 Sec. 41. SUSAN OLSON . . Stu- dent Senate 2-4 1Re- porter 41; GAA 1-4; Cheerleading 1-4; Smoke Signal 3,4; Annual 4; Homecoming Court 4; Band 1-4;C1ubs: Dra- matics 3,4; Latin 1,2. DANIEL PETERSON . Student Senate 1; Foot- ball 1. TERRY PRUST . . . Football 1; Basketball 1; Baseball 2. 42. MARY OLSON . . Stu- dent Senate 4; GAA 1-3; Cheerleading 4; Annual 4; Band: 1-4; Pep 1-3; MMM 3,4; C1ubs:Art 1, 2; Dramatics 2; Spanish 2,4. LYNNE OUTCALT . GAA 3; Choir 1-3. MADELINE PHILLIPS . . . Student Senate 4; GAA 1-4; Color Guard 1-4; Smoke Signal 3,4; Annual 3,4; Homecom- ing 2; Dralnatics Club 3,4. GLENN RANKIN . . . Orchestra 1-4; MMM 3,4; FFA 1,2. GENE REUTELER . . . JUDITH RICKHEIM . . . Football 1; Baseball 2; GAA 1-4; Art Club 1, Clubs: Rod 3r Gun 2; Varsity 2. THOMAS ROGERS . . . " . . PAUL ROLOFF . . . Track 3,4; Band: 1-4; Student Senate 1,2,4; Pep 1-4; Dance 2-4; , ' 1' , Football 1-4; Homecom- Clubs: Campers 3,4; , ' ' 1 ing 3; Clubs: Badminton Rod 8: Gun 1-3. ' V ' ' 1,2; Science 3,4; Rod 8: 4 2 1 Gun 2-4; Varsity 4. WILLIAM RUNDE . . . JOAN SCHMIDT . . . Band: 1-4; Pep 1,3,4; GAA 1,2,3; Choir 3,4; Orchestra 2; Science Orchestra 2-4; Clubs: Club 3,4. Saddle-ites 4; Spanish 3,4. 4;, RICHARD SCHMITT . . . , L, . DARRELL SCHULTZ Football 1; Basketball ' , . . Baseball 1-4; FFA 1,2. ' . ,1 1-3. JAMES SEABORN . Track 1; Baseball 2; FFA 2-4. ANTHONY STEINER. . . FFA 2; Clubs: German 3; Rod gr Gun 3,4. LYMAN SCHULTZ SHIRLEY SCHUMACHER . . .GAA1-41V-Pres. 3, Pres. 41; Clubs: Art 4; Spanish 3,4. JANA SEIDEL . . .GAA 1-4; Cheerleading 2-4; Homecoming Court 3,4; Prom Court 3; Clubs: Art 4; Spanish 3; Saddle- 1tes 41PresJ. BETTY SERRES . . . Student Senate 4; GAA 1-4; Cheerleading 3,4; Smoke Signal 3,4; Band: 1-4; Pep 1,2; Clubs: Art 1; Badminton 1,2; Dra- matics 1-3. ROBERT STAPLETON . . .Football 1; Band 1; Rod 8: Gun Club 3,4. LARRY STELSE . . . Football 1-3; Basket- ball 1; FFA 2,4; Clubs: German 3; Rod 8: Gun 1-3; Varsity 2-4. LAURIE STOELTING . . .GAA 3,4; Annual 4; Clubs: Art 1-4; DraInat- ics 4; Home Ec. 1-4; Saddle-ites 4; Spanish 3,4. JOHN STRUCK . . . Stu- dent Senate 3,4; Football 1,2; Baseball 1-4; Bas- ketball 1-4; Clubs: Science 3; Spanish 3,4; Rod 8! Gun 3; Varsity 2-4. BRUCE TARMAN . . . Basketball 1-3; Baseball 2,3; Varsity Club 3,4. INGRID THIMM . . . GAA 4; Annual 4; Dra- matics Club 4; Rufus King H.S.1-3. PAUL STOELTING . . . Band: 1-4; Pep 1-4; Dance 1-4; MMM 3,4 1V-Pres. 41; Clubs: Campers 1-4; Science 2-4; Spanish 1,2; Rod 8: Gun 2-4. MICHAEL SUCHOCKI . . Football 4; Dance Band 4; Clubs: German 1-4; Campers 3,4; L Science 3,4; Rod 2: Gun 2-4. NANCY TETZLAFF . . . GAA1-3;Band 1,2; Home Ec. Club 3. DIANE THORKILDSEN . . , Student Senate 3,4; GAA 1-3 1Sec. 31; Smoke Signal 2-4; Annual 3,4; Homecoming 2-4; Prom 2,3; Int. Fair 2,3; Who's , Who 4; Badger Girls' State 3; Honor Society 3, 41Pres. 41; Debate 3,4; Forensics 3; Thespians 3,4; Choir 2-4; MMM 3, 4; Clubs: Art 3; Dramat- ics 2-4; German 3; Latin 1,3,4; Science 3,41Sec.- Treas. 31. 45 GARY TURNAC LIFF . . .Choir1;Horne- coming 4; Art Club 1-4. JOHN VRABEL . . . Art Club 3,4; German Club 3. BALDUR WERNER . . . Student Senate 2,4; Smoke Signal 2-4; Thes- pians 4; C1ubs:Art 2-4; Dramatics 3,4; Latin 3, 4 1Pres. 31. ROBERT WIEMER . . . FFA 1-4. CLARK VILTER . . . FFA1-41Sec.31;C1ubs: Campers 3,4; Rod 8: Gun 4; Spanish 3. JEANNE WEGNER . . . GAA 1-4; Art Club 1; German Club 1,2. HOWARD WETZEL . . . Football 1-4; Choir 4; Band: 1-4; Pep 1-4; Orchestra 1-4; MMM 3,4; Science Club 4. LORETTA WIESE . . . GAA 1-4; Smoke Signal 3,4; C1ubs:Art 3,4 1Sec.-Treas. 41; German 3; Home EC. 3. BETTY WILDISH . . . JACK WILDRICK . . . Art Club ; Spanish Football 1-4; Baseball Club ; Saddle-ites 4 1-4; Basketball 2; 4V-Presj. Homecoming Court 4; Varsity Club 4 4PresJ. JANICE WILDRICK . . . GAA 1-3; Smoke Signal 3; Band: 3,4; Pep 3,4; Dance 3,4; Dramatics Club 4. CHARLES WINKELMAN ROBERT WINKELMAN FREDERICKA WISNES- . . . FFA1;Choir 2; KI . . .GAA1-4;Art German Club 3. Club 1; Spanish Club 2- 4. MARGARET WOELFEL . . .GAA 3; Smoke Sig- nal 3; Annual 3; Home- coming 3; Clubs: Latin 3,4; Spanish 3,4; Cath- olic Memorial HS. 1. VALERIE WOLCOTT . . .Student Senate 1,2, 4; GAA 1,2; Smoke Signal 4; Annual 4; Band: 1-4; Pep 1-4; Orchestra 2,4; MMM 3, 4 Sec. 4;;C1ubszArt 1-3; Dramatics 2; Latin 1; Spanish 3,4 4Treas. 3L 4-7 JERRY WOLFGRAM . . . Baseball 1; FFA 1-4; German Club 3; Saddle-ites 4. NOT PIC TURED: MARK HASSLINGER . . . Student Senate 4; Football 1,3,4; Track 3; Clubs: Rod 8: Gun 3,4; Varsity 3,4. GERALD LOEW ... FFA 3,4. JAMES MOLZOF .. . FFA 1,2,4. GENE PIELLUSCH DANIEL SCHMITT TERRY SESTER KENNETH HEBBE DAVID MILES . . . FFA 1-4. JOHN MUELLER . . . Football 1-4; Basketball 4. DENNIS PYNAKKER JUDITH SCHMITT 2,. HOUSE: 01:? HOMBROONS SEATED: C. Becker, R. Pariza, J. Liebert, 5. Olson, M. Krueger. ROW ONE: Mr.Schee1e hdvisorh J. Pfeiffer, K. McClintock, L. Seidel, H. Howland, A. Parker, M. Snyder, C. Richter, Mr. Davis hdvisorL ROW TWO: T. Fleming, C. Monda, S. Jones, L. Lay, T. O'Driscoll, K. Chambers, A. Hanrahan, J. Bonham, M. Eaves, P. Dorn. ROW THREE: J. Voelski, M. Chambers, D. Barker, J. Krueger, D. Jones, J. Struck, R. Garcia, J. Die- ner, V. Wolcott, M. Phillips. HOUSE 0? ORSKNIZXPIONS 50 SEATED: C. Becker, R. Pariza, J. Liebert, M. Krueger, S. Olson. ROW ONE: B. Bier- man, J. May, D. Thorkildsen, M. Fleming, S. Rolefson, D. Kraemer, M. McBroom. ROW TWO: 5. Berger, B. Serres, M. Hasslinger, P. Roloff, J. Trapp, M. Olson. ROW THREE: Mr. Scheele advisorL D. Brophy, J. Sutte, B. Werner, D. Morris, G. Kovach, Mr. Davis hdvisorL STUDENT t ADvuso-RY x . . h COLJNQ! I-.. SEATED: Kris Chambers; Cheryl Becker, Secretary; Marty Krueger, Treasurer; Jim Liebert, President; Dick Pariza, Vice President; Susie Olson, Reporter; Gary Kovach; Dennis Brophy; Laurie Lay. STANDING: Mr. Davis, Mr. Scheele tAdvisorsL When the gavel bangs down on the final Senate session this year, and the last "division of the house" request has been ignored, the scribes can close out an impressive record of activities, projects, purchases, and achievements for this past year. The walls of the school have been made more bearable through the addition of a showcase, announcement board, and A.F.S. pictures. Another year goes by, though, and still no coke machine or juke box! Here's living proof of what happens to campaign promises made during those glorious speeches we'd all like to forget, including the candidates! Special highlight of the year undoubtedly was the district convention. What stands out above all else from that busy day must be the stirring rendition of poetry delivered in the keynote address. You never saw five hundred teenage dele- gates soak up culture on a spring day so avidly. The day was a success, and so was the entire slate of senate doings, as once again students have proved, parliamentary pro- cedure can be fun! tEspecially on school timeH ROW ONE: D. Ellsworth, C. Becker, J. May. ROW TWO: M. McBroom, M. Krueger, L. Rapp, B. Serres, R. Ludwig, D. Gourlie, L. Dorfmeis- ter, C. Selbo, H. Wetze1,J. Sutte, B. Hardiman, S. Olson, P. Dorn, N. Chapman, J. Watts, K. Fruit, M. Smith. ROW THREE: L. Paddock, L. Witt, S. Rolefson, T. Donovan, J. Kerr, B. Bierman, C. Becker, B. Hendrickson, L. Rogers, S. Juenamann, L. Seidel, P. Becker, J. Die- ner, C. Smith, B. Runde, J. Johnson, V. Wolcott, S. Pfeiffer, S. Lierk, S. Alstad, S. Shadrick, N. Houle, M. Olson. ROW FOUR: P. McBroom, J.Ha11, R. Bedore, S. Mallow, A. Dibb, J. Aucutt, J. Rassmussen, S. Grue1,D. Schuster, R. Ross, D. Motz, D. Hoffman, W. F1eming,K. Nelson, C. Culver, S. Sickles, M. Snyder, J. Kohl, D. Rassmussen, R. Jorgenson, W. McPeek, B. Jenkins, P. Culver, Q. Clayton, P. Stoelting, P. Motz, L. Curtis, G. Riggs. ROW FIVE: .T. Voelzke, S. Runkel, R. Bredl, T. Utecht, W. Brockmeyer, J. Wildrick, T. Rogers, R. Pariza, J. Olson, D. Rice, M. Jacobs, Mr. Weigel, Director, L. Engen, H. Wol- cott, P. Meissner, S. Chapman. ROW ONE: J. Keller, J. Schmidt, S. Wildman, L. Marx, K. Fisher, G. Rankin. ROW TWO: B. Binkowski, K. Jones, S. Berger, L. Boyd, J. Visser, L. Rapp, M. Kreuger, M. MC- Broom, J. Hall, J. Watts, K. Fruit. ROW THREE: V. Wolcott, J. Johnson, M. Snyder, J. Kohl, G. Riggs,-L. Curtis, J. Sutte, H. Wetzel, L. Dorfrneister, C. Selbo. ROW FOUR: D. Thorkildsen, J. Voelzke, Mr. Bart DirectorL J. Olson, K. Keller, R. Pariza. 54 PRBSHMATN O HOIR - ROW ONE: K. Cass, L. Zsori, F. Green, D. Dobbertin, G. Hyde. ROW TWO: F. Rego, A. Dibb, B. Wenninger, L. Schemberger, L. Guderski, D. Baldowski. ROW THREE: J. Hall, R. Arndorfer, S. Henschel, M. Billings, T. McGuire, Mr. Bart, E. Stapleton, S. Mallow, L. Hess. Not present: Mr. Bart HirectorL ROW ONE: K. Martin, M. Becker, G. Zertuche, K. Carrera, P. Dorn, R. Ludwig, D. Ellsworth, B. Winkelman, S. Pfeiffer, S. Johnson, N. Kuhtz, L. Marx, D. Bierman. ROW TWO: L. Lay, J. Engel, K. Hahn, M. McBroom, D. Thorkildsen, P. Balkman, L. Dorfmeister, L. Witt, C. Lernke, E. Ellsworth, J. Schmidt, K. Jones, J. Schmidt, L. Schiller. ROW THREE: J. Nelson, P. McBroom, L. Rapp, R. Garcia, L. Hansen, L. Beaumont, M. Krueger, B. Bagdonas, K. Meyer, S. Droegkamp, N. Jochinsen, P.Hou1e, S. Beyer, J. Olson. ROW FOUR: J. Koh1,K. Mull, R. McCombs, L. Curtis, J. Sutte, R. Jensen, R. Pariza, D. Rice, H. Wetzel, K. Morris, K. Hunt, A. Fett, M. Beaumont. SEATED: J. May, D. Kraemer, M. Snyder. ROW ONE: D. Dobbertin, K. McClintock, L. Nelson, L. Stoelting, L. Boyd, C. Lemke, D. Lemke, L. Sleaper, K. Martin, J. Manes, B. Ford, J. Thomas. ROW TWO: Miss Reke hdvisorh C. Bradd, J. Donovan, K. Jones, D. Thorkildsen, S. Rolefson, C. Selbo, L. Dorfmeister, C. Steiner, N. Jochinsen, B. Jung, K. Chambers, M. Droeg- kamp. ROW THREE: J. Seidel, L. Koski, I. Andressoo, J. Vrabel, B. Werner, D. Lauterbach, D. Brophy, S. Jones, M. Billings, D. Masson. CAMpE: 1:25 GRUB SEATED: G. Kovach, J. Nelson, B. Karrow. ROW ONE: J. Pfeiffer, G. Culver, M. Dorn, D. Rass- mussen, Mr. Zietlow hdvisorL ROW TWO: T. Donovan, B. Bulen, Q. Clayton, K. Morris, A. Evinrude, M. Evinrude, D. Olson. ROW THREE: M. Chambers, P. Culver, S. Sickles, D. Hoff- man, D. Morris, R. Garcia, D. Jorgenson, T. Audley. ROW FOUR: D. Jones, T. Rogers, P. Motz, J. Featherston, S. Fisher, C. Vilter, M. Suchocki, P. Stoelting, B. Laird. 56 DRAHNF' x95 Ogue SEATED: Mr. Meyer hdvisorh K. Chambers, D. Thorkildsen, D. Brophy, S. Chapman, M. Krue- ger, L. Lay, B. Werner. ROW ONE: J. Watts, P. Ebert, E. Ellsworth, L. Rapp, L. Boyd, L. Stoelting, J. Schultz, B. Karrow, C. Becker, S. Olson, J. Fredman, D. Ellsworth, B. Serres, I. Thimm, L. Nelson, P. Walsh, R.Mik1avcic. ROW TWO: B. Moroney, K. Carrera, C. Bradd, J. May, J. Wildrick, L. Dorfmeister, B. Bierman, S. Rolefson, J. Bonham, M. Phillips, K. Walsh, N. Chapman, S. Berger, K. Jones, E. Stapleton. ROW THREE: K. Berndt, J. Belke, J. Visser, C. Selbo, R. Garcia, W. Brockmeyer, J. Sutte, R. Pariza, L. Koski, B. Bagdonas, C. Wenninger, C. Steiner, M. Snyder. ?FA. ROW ONE: Mr. Benrud hdvisorL P. Kinney, J. Geason, D. Morris, T. Audley, A. Lund, D. Lip- ski. ROW TWO: A. Ebert, C. Vilter, T. Nampel, L. Stelse, B. Wiemer, J. Morris, H. Mundt, J. Cull, M. Audley. ROW THREE: R. Emmer, J. Seaborn, R. Baehler, D. Rassmussen, B. Fleming, R. Kinney, D. Miles, I. Geason, T. Ryan. ROW FOUR: L. Baird, P. Hansen, W. Brooks, B. Mc- Kerrow, E. Becker, J. Kolbow, G. Anstey, T. Dalton, M. Keller. ROW FIVE: T. McGrath, J. Wolfgram, G. Lembke, G. Steiner, D. Horne, R. Abel. ROW ONE: H. Howland, L. Seidel, C. Lipski, M. Fleming, B. Bierman, Miss Neuser wdvisorL S. Schumacher, L. LaTour, C. Selbo, J. Seidel, C. Becker, 5. Olson. ROW TWO: L. Rogers, S. Juenamann, L. McClellan, J. Visser, C. Steiner, C. Smith, C. Krause, B. Jung, L. Nelson, M. Becker, J. Rickheim. ROW THREE: K. Urban, N. Chapman, S. Schmidt, L. Hansen, P. Balkman, C. Monda, K. McClintock, M. Krueger, M. Phillips, S. Chapman, B. Serres, A. Parker. ROW FOUR: R. Miklavcic, S. Lierk, C. Adelman, P. Nampel, K. Carrera, K. Berndt, B. Fleming, P. Ebert, K. Barker, J. Diener, P. Houle, M. Eaves. ROW FIVE: J. Keller, H. Wolcott, K. Jones, M. Smith, P. Becker, J. Donovan, M. Grabmeier, D. Kraemer, S. Leudtke, P. Felber. ROW SIX: K. Fisher, L. Hess, B. Hardiman, M. Tuckermann, S. Bowers, T. Croy, B. Wenninger, J. Perry, J. Thomas, S.B1uer, D. Tovey. ROW SEVEN: D. Masson, K. Hoffman, B. Wertz, B. Holden, B. Ford, S. Shadrick, S. Berger, C. Wenninger, M. Snyder, L. Koski. ROW EIGHT: B. Tovey, D. Perkins, B. Moroney, P. Jenkins, S. Droegkamp, E. Serres, M.Powe1eit, J. Hansen, L. Buss, L. Boyd, S. Holtman. 58 GERMAN CL-LJB SEATED: Miss Reke advisorL L. Lay, B. Gottsacker, J. Sutte. ROW ONE: L. Bulen, S. Bleuer, J.Heinze1man, B. Karrow, S. Shadrick, K. Jones, M. Snyder, B. Wenninger, L. Marx. ROW TWO: J. Wrobel, J. Schmidt, J. Hoff, K. Chambers, D. Gourlie, T. Croy, L. Rapp, C. Roensch. ROW THREE: A. Evinrude, L. Koski, M. Suchocki, R. Abel, B. Binkowski, J. Liebert, K. Hoffman, C. Wenninger. HQHnE: J: C. que SEATED: Mrs. Watts hdvisorL L. Hess, J. Manes, C. Nielson, C. Lemke, D. Lemke, D. Krae- mer, Mrs. Olson advisory ROW ONE: B. Tovey, L. Zsori, J. Schultz, B. Bierman, L. Stoelting, R. Ludwig, D. Perkins, N. Chapman, K. Walsh, L. Jensen, J. Green, J. Thomas, J. Dunn, S. Lierk, L. McClellan, C. Leque, S. Earnst, K. Urban, D. Tovey. ROW TWO: H. Howland, C. Becker, P. Felber, S. Droegkamp, C. Rankin, M. Droegkamp, K. Hoffman, J. Bonham, K. Barker, N. Arndt, B. Holden, C. Krause, V. Scholl, C. Becker, L. Heimke, D. Rumphol. ROW THREE: C. Meissner, B. Moroney, S. Alstad, P. Rice, S. Bricco, D. Schultz, N. Bricco, L. Sleaper, S. Jones, C. Steiner, B. Ford, B. Dauer, P. Meissner, J. Kerr, K. Kerr. 59 SEATED: K. Chambers, D. Clague, M. Chambers, P. Albert, R. Jensen, R.McNei1, M. Tovey, S. Rolefson. ROW ONE: D. Kraft, G. Laird, G. Mussell, J. Parry, C. Smith, K. Kerr, B. Wertz, S. Alstad, L. McClellan, D. Perkins, J. Watts, L. Paddock. ROW TWO: Mrs. Petrick LadvisorL L. Boyd, H. Wolcott, R. Miklavcic, S. Berger, D. Thorkildsen, L. Dorfmeister, E. Stapleton, L. Raddenbach, J. Trapp, K. Goodman, P. Dorn, J. Aucutt, C. Toepfer. ROW THREE: J. Thorkild- sen, B.W01f, H. Swantz, P. Werner, C. Race, I. Andressoo, B. Werner, R. Czajczynski, F. Arn- dorfer, G. Risberg, G. Zinda, J. Rickheim. LIBRARY OLJLJB SEATED: J. Visser, M. Droegkamp, J. Trapp, D. Masson, P. Becker, C. Becker, C. Nielson, C. Steiner. ROW ONE: C. Serles, P. Peckstein, D. Dobbertin, C. Rankin, C. Schlafer, L. Radden- bach, A. Johnson, K. Jones, C. Meisner, S. Wildman, G. Mussell, Mrs. Ludwigsen advisorL ,m.W K W. Nu! .0 3 a huh MODERN MUSIC. MAS?ERS ROW ONE: V. Wolcott, M. Krueger, M. McBroom, C. Becker, P. Stoelting. ROW TWO: Mr. Bart LadvisorL B. Bierman, D. Thorkildsen, L. Rapp, R. Ludwig, M. Olson, D. Bierman, Mr. Weigel LadvisorL ROW THREE: G. Rankin, P. Motz, R. Pariza, L. Curtis, H. Wetzel. NAj-WONAL. HONOR SOCIEW'IY SEATED: R. Gottsacker, D. Thorkildsen, D. Brophy, S. Chapman, M. Krueger, L. LaTour, M. McBroom. STANDING: Miss Foy advisorL ' NURSES CL... LJE SEATED: M. Droegkamp, J. Bonham, L. Rapp, S. Berger, J. Winkelman. ROW ONE: J. Watts, D. Perkins, P. McBroom, S. Lierk, K. Jung, L. McClellan, C. Serles. ROW TWO: K. Goodman, K. Walsh, J. Visser, J. Kerr, N. Chapman, L. Heimke, M. Goetz, Mrs. Ludwigsen kldvisorL ROW THREE: L. Raddenbach, S. Schmidt,'D. Rosch, M. Larsen, M. Powleit, S. Mallow, D. Gourlie, P Peckstein. SEATED: J. Nelson, J. Bonham, P. Fuchs, S. Chapman, P. Roloff. ROW ONE: J. Wrobel, S. Fisher, R. Bredl, J. Heinzleman, G. Culver, T. O'Driscoll, G. Childs, T. Steiner, T. Cowen, B. Richter, Mr. Hughes kardvisork ROW TWO: T. Piehl, S. Wildman, D. Jorgenson, M. O'Driscoll, M. Chambers, G. Matteson, D. Clague, R. Garcia, D. Robertson, J. Liebert, R. Moses, R. Wro- bel. ROW THREE: T. Donovan, G. Pilgrim, S. Sickles, T. McGuire, D. Brophy, L. Curtis, M. Suchocki, P.Stoe1ting, W. Brockmeyer, B. Jenkins, D. Sedgwick, D. Barker, R. Baumann. ROW FOUR: M. Dauer, B. Stapleton, I. Andressoo, F. Arndorfer, R. Gottsacker, R. Pariza, R. Jen- sen, R. Czajczynski, D. Lauterbach, J. Fetherston, C. Vilter, D. Olson. 62 SADDgE: ,... 17"5'6 SEATED: J. Seidel, L. Seidel, Miss Kahn hdvisorL ROW ONE: K. Nelson, D. Tovey, B. Tovey, M. O'Driscoll, D. Schuster, A. Dibb, L. McClellan, M. Tovey, M. Perkins, C. Richter. ROW TWO: H. Swantz, M. Fleming, T. Arndt, L. Rogers, S. Juenamann, C. Lipski, S. Johnson, M. Becker, B. Hardiman. ROW THREE: D. Shadrick, M.Pa1mer, D. Kramer, E. Dicton, S. Schmidt, J. Schmidt, P. McBroom, P. Walsh, C. Toepfer. 50115:ch OLQUIS ROW ONE: M. McBroom, P. Fuchs, R. Pariza, R. Garcia. ROW TWO: D. Thorkildsen, P. Roloff, J. Hoff, L. Paddock. ROW THREE: M. Suchocki, H. Wetzel, P. Stoelting, W. Runde. ROW FOUR: I. Andressoo, B. Gottsacker, B. Werner, D. Lauterbach, L. Baird. SHOKE: SiGMzKL. SEATED: Mrs. Wehr hdvisorh S. Chapman, M. Phillips, L. LaTour, K. Chambers, B. Bierman. ROW ONE: B. Serres, L. Boyd, L. Nelson, J. Johnson, S. Olson, C. Becker, D. Ellsworth, C. Lemke, C. Nielson, S. Pfeiffer, J. Manes. ROW TWO: J. Fredman, E. Ellsworth, M. Droegkamp, C. Steiner, L. Lay, J. May, D. Kraemer, D. Perkins, S. Shadrick, A. Parker, C. Krause, J. Greene. ROW THREE: M. Eaves, M. McBroom, D. Thorkildsen, L. Dorfmeister, V. Wolcott, B. Bagdonas, S. Rolefson, C.Se1bo, S. McGuire, N. Jochinsen, B. Holden, K. Walsh, J. Watts. ROW FOUR: J. Olson, S. Alstad, R. Garcia, J. Kohl, S. Fisher, R. Jensen, R. Pariza, B. Werner, D. Brophy, M. Krueger, J. Liebert, M. Becker. H. 69AM l 6H CLLJB SEATED: M. Krueger, S. Chapman, S. Johnson, B. Bierman. ROW ONE: L. Stoelting, J. Johnson, L. Nelson, P. Becker, C. Becker, D. Jung, C. Adelman, L. Schiller, N. Mieritz, M. O'Driscoll, P. Ebert. ROW TWO: J. Watts, J. Schmidt, G. Culver, E. Krumme, C. Carrera, K. Berndt, M. Fleming, L. LaTour, C. Krause, M. Palmer, C. Lipski, S. Jones, V. Wolcott, S. Lierk, A. Parker, M. Olson. ROW THREE: J. Olson, T. O'Driscoll, B. Bagdonas, N. Arndt, S. McGuire, J. Greene, M. Tuckerman, P. Nampel, S. Mallow, N. Chapman, V. Scholl, M. Eaves, S. Pfeiffer, C. Lemke. ROW FOUR: P. McBroom, S. Droegkamp, A. Fett, R. Garcia, B. McKerrow, G. Palmer, D. Hoff- man, L. Curtis, D. Jones, D. Brophy, L. Baird, B. Holden, S. Holtman, B. Jung. 64- Wl-nzepl ANa ROW ONE: Mr. Meyer 1advisor1, L. LaTour, S. Chapman, J. Watts, R. Karrow, D. Thorkildsen. ROW TWO: R. Pariza, P. Fuchs, B. Werner, W. Brockmeyer, D. Brophy. VARbl'l-Dy OI... C .18 ROW ONE: M. Hasslinger, J. Struck, D. Barker, T. Cowen, D. Morris, P Culver, R. Jensen, S. Fisher. ROW TWO: T. Audley, M.O'Drisc011,G.Pa1mer,J. Liebert,J.Wildrick,R. Rosch,D. Hoffman, T.Nampe1. ROWTHREE: CoachVandertie, P. Roloff, F. Arndorfer,B. Laird, J. Kohl, P. Motz, R. McNeil, Coach Balmer. ROW FOUR: J. Schmidt, K. Fruit, R. Campbell, J. Geason, T. Dalton, D. Lipski, G. Pilgrim, J. Werderitch. 65 COQO'R Gum Lyn LaTour Maggie Phillips Margie Fleming Dorothy Perkins Janene Manes MAJORJEZTTE-S Joy Diener, Sue Shadrick, Barb Bierman, Phil Motz, Lynn Rapp, Nancy Chapman. vAREuTY FOOfBAFL. ROW ONE: P. Roloff, J. Mueller, L. Birkel, B. Jenkins, T.Aud1ey, D. Barker, D. Morris, M. Hasslinger, J. Liebert, T. Cowen. ROW TWO: K. Jens, J. Laatsch, G. Palmer, R. Jensen, P. Culver, B. Laird, R. Czajczynski, J. Bode, R. Rosch, J. Wildrick. ROW THREE: T. Dalton, J. Schmidt, G. McNeely, W. Karrow, J. Geason, T. Nampel, M. Suchocki, B. Beal, R. Lipski, S. Fisher. ROW FOUR: K. Hunt, P. Motz, B. Tarman, R. McCombs, J. Kohl, ManagersL VARS rT-Y BAbKEL-F B Rl-l... ROW ONE: K. Hunt hnanagerL J. Struck, T. Nampel, R. Rosch, F. Arndorfer, D. Barker, J. Kohl knanagerL ROW TWO: P. Motz hnanagerh T. Donovan, D. Sedgwick, W. Nielson, Coach Al Vandertie, J. Mueller, D. Hoffman, B. Laird, R. McCombs hnanagerL 9.xx. BKSKB I 'BML-J-a. ROW ONE: M. Klink, C. Lippert, R. Baehler, R. Campbell. ROW TWO: M. Schlechta. managerL M. Laufenberg, R. Campbell, C. Race, J. Fleming, J. Kreuger, Coach John Miller. ROW THREE: D. McFadden, J. Schmidt, J. Cull, T. Kroenke, J. Eaves, R. VanderVeen. 7O 3W $1.3 ?ResHMEN 8 A3 KEfBAkk. ROW ONE: J. Heinzelman managerL M. Mueller, G. Anstey, D. Clague, B. Fleming, T. O'Dris- c011, R. Bredl. ROW TWO: L. Engen hnanagerL J. Thorkildsen, D. Robertson, S. Koski, D. Motz, D. Jones, T. McGuire, M. Koltz, M. Chambers, Coach Pollock. Those action shots are typical of the fast driving, hard playing squad which pounded the boards for Arrow- head this year. With only one start- ing varsity member returning, and a team not noted for height, the War- hawks turned in a record at season's end which had its upsets, good and bad, and which described a job well done. With four seniors and a num- ber of juniors and sophomores pro- viding some down-to-the-wire contests, Arrowhead fans got lots of chances to yell. One senior stole the show at an away game, and a chunk out of the gym wall, too, but all in all, the Warhawks earned their ac- claim in 1963. VAR$ITY CHEERLEADERS 74 Not to be outdone by the teams they were backing, these girls also had their ups and downs, as the pictures clearly show! It took a fast camera to catch these girls while in action, and it took some fast and furious cheering led by these girls to bring home the victories. Those clumps of shredded tissue paper they're waving in the breeze do have a pur- pose. After all, when the going got hot, what better way to cool off than jump up and down a few times with a pomepom fluttering in your face? Somehow, the cheers came easier when they took the floor. The whistles, too! Betty Serres, Mary Olson, Susie Olson, Cheryl Beiker, Ann Parker, Jana Seidel. Peggy Ebert, Sue Shadrick, Linda Seidel, Carol Monda, Jan Donovan, Kate McClintock. HC?- Hgmgcmmg, Arrowhead went western this year and staged 3. "Homecoming Roundup" which lassoed everybody in sight for the fun and frolic. A "Warhawk Rodeo" turned out to be 3.. Warhawk lynching. That picture with the sneaky cowboy and his noose all set to haul off the M.C. proves it. The jail only held Hori- con cowpokes so don't worry. A "Warhawk Barnraising" erected dance decora- tions around an old fashioned barn. The moon must still have some magic, though, because "Moon Meadows"was acclaimed by all. Results of the dance? One decorating committee thankful the barn didn't collapse, one advisor who vows never again to put hot lights in dry cornstalks and one royal couple who almost didn't get crowned. "The play's the thing" and a. number of would-be Barrymores and Valentinos lit the Arrowhead stage this year with three one act plays in the fall and a three act offering in the spring. It takes more than paint and powder to make an actor, and it took a case of lockjaw to keep from laughing at the prim, proper, and pompous figures seen in several pictures, complete with black lace and ostrich-neck collars. Those shots of the dressing room show what a little baby magic and Hazel Bishop can do, and when the cur- tain rings down on another theater season, there's going to be a little washing up to be done by this band of merry Thespians. 79 kWh; fl, DEBWE D. Thorkildsen, L. Koski, D. Brophy, J. Sutte. Not Pictured: Mr. Meyer, Coach. No, that fellow making like a windmill in the center of the picture isn't trying to fly. He's de- bating a weighty question of world importance with his distinguished colleagues seated at the table, who are just itching to get their turn to politely call him a liar! More and more people are finding this sport to their liking, and the Arrowhead debate team, scowls, statistics, and scorecards in hand, marched off to several schools this winter and came home with the best record yet in the school's three years of battling and brawling at debate tournaments. Don't be afraid, it's really a very intellectual sport! 80 4.1 NED MUSIC MASTER MEMBERS PLATT EV!LL.E COLLEGE BAND Pmll I g m x z m. SEATED: Mr. Bart MirectorL D. Ellsworth, M. McBroom, L. Rapp, P. McBroom, L. Schiller, D. Thorkildsen. STANDING: K. Martin, R. McCombs, D. Bierman, J. Sutte, L. Dorfmeister, R. Pariza, J. Engel, L. Curtis, J. Kohl, R. Garcia. A 6 W ROOT BEER STAND Delicious Food Horfland FO 7-6807 BARK RIVER HARDWARE "Always Here to Serve You" 122 Lawn Street Hurfland FO 7-6720 BERNIES STANDARD SERVICE Hy. 16 8c Merfon Avenue Harfland FO 7-8866 H. W. BROWN LUMBER CO. North Lake WO 6-4111 COFFEE'S SERVICE STATION Noshofah FO 7-6195 COOPER 6 UTTER LUMBER Nashofah FO 7-6671 GORDON W. DAVY, PLUMBING 6 HEATING Noshofch FO 7-6262 DELAFIELD OFFICE, KETTLE MORAINE BANK Delafield 646-3445 HARMANN'S BUTCHERY 1 Mi. North of Harfland on Hy. K Harflond FO 7-2171 HARTLAN D CON FECTION ERY Harfland FO 7-2158 HARTLAND FLORIST Harfland FO 7-6484 HART LAN D IGA Hartland FO 7-2922 HART LAN D LUMBER COMPANY 217 Cottonwood Avenue HarHond FO 7-2154 HORNBURG MOTOR COMPANY "Serving You Since 1922" 130 East Capifol Drive Harfland FO 7-2148 JACKSON'S DEPARTMENT STORE 129 East Capitol Drive Harfland FO 7-2101 1. 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Irons, W. Fleming, G. Jackson, J. Pfeiffer. ROW TWO: S. Koski, L. Engen, H. Swantz, D. Motz, R. Kinney, S.Sick1es, F. Pilgrim, P. A1- bert, R. Campbell, K. Fruit, B. McKerrow, J. Nelson, R. McNeil. ROW THREE: Mr. Myrhum CoachL P. Werner, P. Kinney, J. Mertins, J. Pow- leit, L. Baird, T. Rogers, B. Werner, J.Mue11er, S. Fisher, B. Pascoe, J. Jung, R. Czaj- czynski, B. Laird, M. Jacobs managerL Mr. StuvejcoachL R. Bulen and L. Curtis hnana- gersL w s i.gsm A We had pro- mised Jim 3. life-sized full color foldout of him setting the school rec- ord for the mile run--but this was the best we could do. Sorry Jim. n 1. .5. ., 2. Ah, the glories of old Greece and Rome re- turned to Arrowhead's hallowed halls this year as the astonishing 1963 track team went all out to bring home their first victory in four years, and then another, and another, until their crowning success on the cinder p path became the undisputed highlight of the school's athletic year. The whole team and their coaches celebrated the year's good for- tune by dedicating their new track tthe track that almost never got d0ne--remember "M.T.A."?i by producing a final "sweaty but sweet" win to close the season. . 1729 t VARSITY BASE BALL. ROW ONE: K. Hunt managerL K. Goranson, D. Hoffman, J. Wildrick, J. Liebert, J. Struck, M. O'Driscoll, D. Barker, P. Motz hnanagerL ROW TWO: Mr. Geske koachL T. Donovan, J. Prust, J. Laatsch, G. Pal- mer, R. Rosch, D. McFadden, B. Egbert, R. Serres, T. Dal- ton. JR. VARSITY BASEBALL ROW ONE: J. Heinzelman hnanagerL T. O'Driscoll, M. Laufenberg, M. Klink, J. Voelzke, J. Bode, M. Mueller, M. Chambers, C. Lippert, Mr. Schliesman moaChL ROW TWO: W. Fleming, J. Cull, J. Beck- man, R. Billings, J. Schmidt, T. Brandt, J. Krueger, R. Van- derVeen, D. Jones. J K .VA RS 117 FOOTBALL ROW ONE: G. Jackson, G. Bowen, R. Biancuzzo, R. Wolf, J. Engel, M.Aud1ey, P. Han- sen, D. Jones, W. Brooks, R. Campbell, D. Clague, D. Motz. ROW TWO: K. Morris, J. Voelzke, R. Billings, T. O'Driscoll, W. Johnson, W. Cummins, M. Chambers, M. Laufenberg, L. Eugen, D. Kraft. ROW THREE: R. Campbell, M. Hoff, J. Bode, R.Knoe1ke, M. Jacobs, G. Kelly, G. Powleit, M. Kaiser, C. Lippert. ROW FOUR: R. Robertson, R. Brandt, M. Janichek, R. Wiemer, R. Kin- ney, W. Fleming, J. Toth, M. Mueller, S. Runkel, M. Evin- rude, J. Cull, C. Keller. 5 Fair time is always fun time, and this year's fair was no exception, earn- ing the largest amount of money for AFS in the fair's history. Really, hardly anyone would want to dispute the fact that the rather wet experiences of Mr. Richards and Coach Balmer in the fair's dunking booth was the best suc- cess of the day-long event. Oh for some under water film just then to re- cord their happy expressions for eager posterity! Rudy with his American Dad, Mom, brothers and sisters, the R. K. Cham- bers family. People meeting people--through the A.F.S.--again proved to be a reward- ing experience for everyone Who got to know Rudy S. M. Garcia, Arrowhead's foreign exchange student this year. If the dealings of nations are just a little' better in the future because of the friendly smiles, the "bull sessions," the shared cookouts, the first taste of basketball games and hotdogs and band practices and student 'senate meetings that are so uniquely American, and which Rudy and all his fellow travelers had a whole year to sift and explore and jump right into, all the work in bringing them to America will be worth- while. If Rudy livened up many a party with his hot geetar or his mean hand on a piano, if Rudy added many a chuckle to a little Chat in the hall, if Rudy inspired many a person who heard him give his winning oration, if Rudy did just a little of all these things, we are sure he is happy, because Rudy wanted to be a friend and he was a very good friend, and because of it, democracy is a. little stronger. "Different" is the most fitting word to use for this year's prom. From all angles--organization, planning, decorating, and extra activities--prom tried the new, changed the 01d and searched for the different. If some happy memories of good times amidst the fairy-like setting of frothy cherry trees and. glittering arches, or of a gay time at the first Post Prom Party linger On, the hard work of the many people involved will be worthwhile. mph Mu? w The record number of people who turned out to see "The Inner Willy" are not apt to forget Willy, or his aunts, or his scantily clad inner self for quite a while. After all, it'll be a long time before Willy's stomach forgets all those wholesome cucumbers--OR all those delicious turnips and gulps of cod liver oil that loving Aunts Hester, Louise and Olga tenderly dished out to their "little Baby." CRGOOWON This is the occasion for testimonials and oratory, for graduation marks a major spot in every grad's life, but the things that made every member of the 1963 graduating class's stay a memorable one are the things that fill the pages of this annual, the activities and events that make America's schools what they are. It seems a fitting note to mark the Close of school for this yearts grads, AND the close of this year's annual for Arrowhead High School. W.-.....---.a MW.


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