Arrowhead High School - Warhawk Yearbook (Hartland, WI)

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1965 WARHA WK ARROWHEAD HIGH SCHOOL HARTLAND, WISCONSIN Ray V. Clarann B. Ray B. Photography Art 8: Layout Business Joy D. John S. Student Life Senior S T A F F E D I T 0 R S Advisor: Miss Feurer Editor: Jodi Bonham . Connie A. Identification g: Proofreading C 0N TEN TS WINTER................ SPRING................. :31 L , ,m ,.; ,., mi . J? L wmigw gu "V o ;. "No teacher is forgotten who truly gives his life for youth; through them he serves and lives." William H. Holmes This year's annual staff considers it an honor and pleasure to dedicate the yearbook to a teacher who has given his time unselfishly through the last twenty years to students. He has devoted many outside hours to camping trips with student activities and being advisor, teacher and companion to all as the need has arisen. In the classroom he teaches not only the "how" but also the "why." He stimulates students to further individual study by raising questions in the inquiring minds of those in his classes. His wisdom and classroom manneri combined with humor, earn him the respect and affection of the entire body. It seems only fitting that the annual staff, honor and salute Mr. Robert Hughes by dedicating this year's War- hawk to him. DEDICA TION "Following the crowd" is not necessarily bad, and we all know it is far easier to follow the path made by the crowd than to strike out on a new course where the trail is not yet broken. More important is that, in our great nation, you have the right to choose which you shall do--to agree with others and follow their lead, or to disagree and set your own destination. The right to make a choice, like any other God-given right cherished in our American heritage, carries with it the obligation to choose wisely. To help you in the decisions you must make in life many persons have worked together to provide you with a basic education, now drawing to an end. Soon it will be yours to choose, and I urge that you dare to be different, but do so prudently, with integrity, and with sound judgement founded on truth. R. Koepke, District Administrator, 3.5., M.S. SCHOOL BOARD Dr. Robert McNeil, George Weinberg, Nancy Dross, Fred Staus, Mrs. Warren Brown, Joseph Johnston, Kenneth Leque. It is entrusted in every high school graduate the supreme respon- sibility of making the world a better place in which to live. It is evident that many of our graduates have begun to realize this. They have given their energies conscientiously for unselfish purpose. It is this kind of achievement that will make efforts have purpose in school and throughout life. Rather than say, "What can I do to help myself" raise your sights to say, "What can I do to help mankind." In so doing, you will have found the key to a satisfying life. D. M. Stevens, Principal B.S., M.S. Life seems to be one endless struggle between opposing forces . . . right versus wrong . . . day versus night . . . happiness versus sorrow . . . smiles versus frowns . . . democracy versus isms . . . work versus play . . . success versus failure . . . love versus hate . . . life versus death. It is for us to choose with which forces to align ourselves. If we choose wisely, we will find happiness in out work; love will triumph over hate; success will victor over failure. A. E. Zietlow, Assistant Principal B.S. MRS. BAER, B.S. MR. BAIMER, B.Ed. Biology World History Physical Education Physical Education MRS. BARCLAY, B.S., M.A. Library MR. BART, B.S. Humanities Concert Choir Orchestra MR. BAUER, B.S., M.A. Chemistry Adv. Chemistry MR. BENNETT, B.A., M.A. World Geography MR. BENRUD, B.S., M.S. Agriculture I, II, III Guidance MR. BLOM, B.A. MR. BOLD, B.S., M.S. American Problems Shop Prep American History Drawing 1, II, III MISS BURHOP, B.Ed. MRS. CANTWELL, B.S. Shorthand English II Business Typing MRS. CHAPMAN, B.Ed. Business Typing MR. DAVIS, B.A. World History American Problems MR. DORDEL, B.S. Algebra 1 Geometry MISS FEURER, B.A., M.S. Guidance English 11 MR. FOERSTER, B.A. American History MISS FREEMAN, B.A. MR. GESKE, B.S., M.S. Spanish I Guidance Spanish II World Geography MISS HEINZ, B.A. MR. HUGHES, B.S., Ph.M. English 10 Algebra College English Advanced Math English 12 MISS KAHN, B.S., M.S. Guidance MISS KRIEWALD, 8.8. English 11 General Math MR. JOHNSON, B.Ed. Bookkeeping Clerical Typing Clerical Procedure MR. MAIN, B.S., M.S. Physics General Science MISS MANZ, B.A. Art I Grade 1-8 Art MR. MILLER, B.A. MR. MUELLER, B.S. Biology Practical English Advanced Biology Individual Progress MR. MYRHUM, B.S., M.A. MISS NEUSER, B.S. Geometry Physical Education Gene ral Math MRS. OLSEN, B.S. Home Economics 1, II Home Management MRS. PETRICK, B.A. College English Latin I Latin II MR. PFEIFFER, B.S. Shop Prep Woods I, II, III MR. POLLOCK, B.Ed. Advanced Bookkeeping Advanced Shorthand Advanced Typing Clerical Typing MR. REICHERT, B.S., M.S. Algebra 1 College Math MISS REKE, B.S., M.S. MR. ROIDT, B.S., M.S. German I, II, III, IV Individual Progress Advanced Art Psychometrist Humanities 10 MR. SCHEELE, B.S. MR. SCHLIESMAN, B.S. World Geography Auto Mechanics I, II American Problems MR. STUVE, B.S., M.S. Shop Prep Metals I, II, III MR. SWANSON, 3.5. General Science ? MR. VANDERTIE, 3.5. Physical Education MRS. WATTS, 3.5. Home Economics 1, 111 English 9 MR. WEGHORN, B.S. English 10 MR. WEIGEL, B.S. MR. WIRNSBERGER, B.S. Band English 9 iu-vnk guitw; :53 OFFICE STAFF: Mrs. Jochinsen, Miss Nielson, Mrs. Brandt, Mrs. Ellsworth, Mrs. Witt. KITCHEN S TA FF: Mrs. Holden Mrs. Nelson Mrs. Luedkte CUSTODIANS: Mr. Johnson Mrs. Holtdorf Mr. Mathisen Mr. Dorn International understanding- -why can we leave this only to the stubborn grown-ups? We, the youths, must take the part of it. To understand foreign countries, we have to know their customs, the history, the governmental system, the climate . . . To do it, it's nice to correspond with foreigners, to travel around is also nice, to read books about the foreign countries is good, and there is AFS. To come to this country, I was surprised how bad I had felt about our own customs in J apan. For instance, to bow instead of shaking hands, to take off shoes before entering the house . . . But now, I feel very proud of these customs. This feeling may come from the longing for my mother country, but at least I like the custom to take off shoes . . . as the floor is clean, we can use the space most freely. If we are proud of our own country, we can tell about it quite freely without any lying. Someone will say "I know Japan, because I visited there." But, isn't it only the "Geisha-House" that they visited? Most travelers will stay at luxurious hotels, and will see one of the reasons that America is thought of a country of luxury. Instead of staying at hotels, we, the AFS'ers, stay at private homes and attend ordinary schools. So we can see how most of the Americans live and so we will get a much clearer impression of what Americans are like. Masaki Watanabi, AF S Student MRS. BAER ROW 1: L. Baumann, C. Behrens, N. Bart, B. Bauer, D. Bernacki, B. Alles, B. Bode, Mrs. Baer. ROW 2: S. Anderson, D. Campbell, P. Banks, A. Campbell, J. Becker, D. Bowe, M. Braun. ROW 3: R. Chaput, R. Bowers, R. Brown, T. Billings, C. Boyd, E. Arndt, J. Blanchard. MR. BLOM ROW 1: D. Freeland, P. Geszvain, S. Fleming, J. Cline, J. Droegkamp, M. Cull, D. Clifton, P. Cull, Mr. Blom. ROW 2: B. Cooper, T. Gehrt, B. Dieball, D. Everson, W. Eubanks, J. Cull, B. Fruit. ROW 3: J. Gates, 8. Fisher, J. Ferrick, J. Chaykowkski, J. Fielder, K. Delikat, C. Dittmann, S. Digert. MR. JOHNSON ROW 1: F. Hanson, B. Greene, D. Hale, R. Hansen, P. Hansen, P. Habegger, S. Harris, Mr. Johnson. ROW 2: H. Grimm, S. Home, D. Haselow, G. Hoffmann, T. Greuel, L. Harris, J. Hoffmann. ROW 3: J. Hardi- man, R. Hardiman, B. Grulkowski, L. Hiemke, D. Gottschalk, B. Hoffman, B. Hicks, S. Goranson. MR. MUELLER ROW 1: L. Keever, K. Johnson, 5. Kasprzak, S. Jorgensen, S. Jencen, C. Johnson, Mr. Mueller. ROW 2: V. Juenemann, L. Kerr, A. Kovack, D. Kloth, T. Klink, J. Kraus, K. Kort, B. Huegel. ROW 3: S. Husting, K. Jorgensen, M. Juneau, D. Kelly, C. Jensen, G. Hunt, G. Jensen, W. Laatsch, M. Jankech. MRS. OLSEN ROW 1: C. Matteson, P. Morrow, S. Marks, K. LeRoy, J. Momblow, D. McElhatton, Mrs. Olsen. ROW 2: M. Loew, A. Lucas, J. Manke, D. Meider, P. Ludtke, D. McNutt, G. Mastalir. ROW 3: F. Merryfield, R. Lemke, P. Liebe, J. Larsen, B. Leque, M. Lewis, R. McCarthy. ROW 4: M. Mehling, T. McFadden, T. Manicke, J. Lauterbach, J. Lechner, S. Lucas, R. Lepien, D. Lucht. MRS. POLLOCK ROW 1: J. Newmann, P. Pfeiffer, B. Muehl, G. Rego, J. Patterson, C. Pfeiffer, Mr. Pollock. ROW 2: D. Petersen, C. Mundt, R. Peterson, D. Pfeiffer, R. Piper, S. Olson. ROW 3: R. Pillsbury, C. Mosciski, D. Pascoe, L. Quindel, M. Pfeiffer, T. Poweleit. ROW 4: J. Rateau, C. Pilgrim,S. Olson, M. Reetz, L. Mussell, L. Mosel, P. Nold. MISS REKE ROW 1: J. Sizer, J. Schultz, J. Rohde, P. Schneider, L. Schroetter, C. Schmidt, Miss Reke. ROW 2: D. Schlafer, L. Schroetter, S. Sloan, D. Slater, J. Schmidt, D. Repinski, J. Schmidt. ROW 3: L. Singstock, M. Schiller, B. Schutte, D. Stapleton, C. Schmidt, D. Schutte, B. Sorenson, G. Sobol. ROW 4: K. Schlechta, R. Sizer, G. Schmidt, R. Rowe, R. Rowe, R. Scholl, J. Sorcic, R. Schliepp, B. Santo, K. Rinke. MR. SWANSON ROW 1: R. Tetzlaff, B. Sudbrink, C. Wege, E. Swantz, L. Walters, P. Sutter, S. Van Slett, Mr. Swanson. ROW 2: D. Wheaten, J. Szopinski, C. Tuckermann, B. Whjak, G. Thotildsen, C. Wasley, E. Werner. ROW 3: J. Zsori, J. Wein, K. Weigel, T. Weber, M. Wildrick, C. Winkelmann. ROW 4: W. Woodard, A. Stendal, D. Wetzel, L. Suchocki, J. White, M. Teskey, M. Wrede. MR. W'IRNSBERGER ROW 1: L. Curtis, M. Binkowski, D. Andrae, M. Behrens, V. Bentzien, A. Cull, Mr. Wirnsberger. ROW 2: C. Barnhart, M. Arndorfer, J. Chvosta, C. Brown, D. Bredl, 5. Bart, C. Berzill. ROW 3: V. Brackob, M. Carrera, J. Becker, B. Carstens, P. Brown, S. Alles. ROW 4: C. Croy, G. Audley, F. Baldowsky, D. Clemans, K. Beal, D. Abeld, J. Brown. MR. MAIN ROW 1: S. Dearborne, W. Elgar, P. Dalton, R. Dettmann, B. Fleming, D. Fleming, R. Dobbertin, Mr. Main. ROW 2: L. Geszvain, S. Delikat, M. Gerber, C. Delsman, D. Grulkowski, F. Elsinger, M. Felber, C. Glaum. ROW 3: T. Dom, S. Dibb, J. Geisel, J. Donovan, B. Gessner, K. Danes, M. Gawrysiak, T. Gatz, K. Euting. MR. BALMER ROW 1: K. Dehli, L. Bortel, S. Bowe, S. Bowers, S. Brandt, N. Arndt, J. Aucutt, C. Bosshard, R. Bredl, Mr. Balmer. ROW 2: D. Baldowsky, L. Andrejeski, L. Bishop, T. Croy, B. Arndorfer, D. Clague, J. Bierman, N. Chapman, T. Becker, K. Cass. ROW 3: P. Becker, S. Beal, M. Beaumont, G. Anstey, T. Arndt, R. Bedore, K. Arndt, R. Becker, M. Chambers, B. Andrae. MR. DORDEL ROW 1: S. Earnst, F. Greene, A. Dibb, D. Dobbertin, E. Everson, L. Guderski, C. Crergsdal, Mr. Dordel. ROW 2: S. Gueuel, P. Dom, D. Gourlie, J. Fett, D. Dobbertin, K. Goodman, S. Fisher. ROW 3: D. Dollhopf, L. Engen, R. Fleischman, B. Fleming, D. Gobel, J. Doleshal, K. Fisher. MR. WEGHORN ROW 1: J. Johnson, C. Hyde, B. Kienast, B. Hardiman, P. Harely, K. Jung, E. Hergert, Mr. Weghorn. ROW 2: L. Hiemke, D. Jung, M. Horn, 8. Henschel, L. Harris, J. Heinzelman. ROW 3: K. Kerr, J. Hoff- man, D. Jones, R. Kinney, M. Janichek, P. Klink, S. Knipfel. MR. MILLER ROW 1: C. Marth, D. Maynard, L. Lenz, C. Leque, P. Kranick, D. Kraft, Mr. Miller. ROW 2: G. Lechner, S. Kovack, L. McClellan, S. Kurtzweil, S. Lierk, C. Kutsch. ROW 3: S. Mallow, S. Lee, D. Lund, D. Manke, J. McGrath, P. McBroom. ROW 4: S. Knipfel, S. Koski, M. Koltz, R. Knoelke, J. Krueger, J. Kolbow, G. Manley. MR. SCHLIESMAN ROW 1: W. Moses, J. Pfeiffer, J. Parry, J. Olsen, J. Rasmussen, K. Nelson. ROW 2: M. Mulhollon, T. O'Driscoll, T. Teimer, R. Radtke, M. Mueller, V. Pillsbury, G. Peckham. ROW 3: G. Poweleit, L. i Mehling, J. Ordway, B. Race, D. Reetz, D. Motz, J. Mull. MR. STUVE ROW 1: J. Schneider, L. Schemberger, C. Schiek, B. Salzman, D. Runphol, D. Schyster, L. Seidel. ROW 2: J. Skjerping, L. Rogers, R. Schroetter, R. Schlafer, P. Rice, J. Sloan. ROW 3: D. Shadrick, T. Schroetter, D. Slater, D. Robertson, J. Schmitt, J. Sorenson, R. Ross. MISS HEINZ ROW 1: Miss Heinz, L. Zori, P. Tetzlaff, G. Toebe, B. Wertz, C. Toepfer, D. Tobey, S. Sytsma. ROW 2: N. Westover, E. Stapleton, K. Urban, J. Visser, J. Voelzke, H. Wolcott, B. Wenninger, P. Walsh. ROW 3: J. Thorkildsen, J. Urban, B. Winkelman, P. Werner, G. Toennes, J. Toth, D. Wein, M. Tuckermann. MR. MYRHUM ROW 1: C. Haig, L. Herther, J. Hill, B. Hodgson, C. Hornbutg, C. Honeyager, Mr. Myrhum. ROW 2: M. Hamahan, R. Irons, G. Horne, G. Haig, T. Hoff, G. Hansinger. ROW 3: M. Hoffman, C. Hanson, L. Hale, B. Humphrey, A. Jenkins, J. Havnen. ROW 4: J. Jackson, S. Henschel, A. Haas, R. Hakenson, G. Hoff- mann, C. Holtman, D. Hoffman. Ce E. m, a x V. MR. PFEIFFER ROW 1: J. Kraft, A. Knuth, C. Kohr, B. Johnson, P. Kieren, B. Kienast. ROW 2: P. Kohl, M. Jensen, B. Koepke, P. Jensen, C. Johnston, S. Kemos, J. Lange. ROW 3: J. Keller, R. Jung, K. Kuchler, G. Klink, R. Jenkins, B. Jensen, K. Laatsch, I. Knuth. MR. REICHERT ROW 1: K. Lenz, R. Miller, L. Lawton, S. Loppnow, B. McClellan, V. Lemke, Mr. Reichert. ROW 2: J. Mosciski, K. McGinnis, T. Lay, B. Meissner, M. Link, J. Merryfield, D. McNeil. ROW 3: D. Lembke, K. McCombs, G. McKertow, B. Mallow, E. Marx, C. Lujack, S. Lumby, B. Miller. MISS FREEMAN ROW 1: V. Nufer, R. Nelson, C. Race, M. Nelson, Miss Freeman. ROW 2: P. Perkins, P. Schlechta, D. Paske, J. Roskopf, J. Murray, J. Peters. ROW 3: R. Salick, T. Schmitt, S. Riggs, G. Amann, C. Roby, B. Nielsen, S. Schroetter. MR. SCHEELE ROW 1: M. Zertuche, M. Witt, R. Sorensen, P. Smith, C. Tetzlaff, MI. Scheele. ROW 2: A. Weber, J. Sutter, S. Wagner, W. Tieberg, G. Staus, J. Washburn, S. Toth. ROW 3: G. Urban, D. Sudbrink, T. Wheeler, K. Staus, R. Wiemer, K. Wabrowetz. ROW 4: T. Wildrick, R. Sleeper, J. Steffes, T. Tiefenthaler, S. Wege, R. Williams, J. Vrabel. WARHA WK COA CHES 0F it64-65ii Each year the coaches of Arrowhead work with the teams, developing the boys not only in their athletic ability, but also in their good sportsmanship qualities. The behavior displayed by the boys while participating sets a good example for the student body to follow. Because of the coaches, and their teams, the school unites as one, cheering the boys on to victory time and again. We wish to express thanks to the coaches for their added hours of work, their encourage- ment and help to the teams, and the resulting enthusiasm and unity which permeates the student body and faculty as the result of a job well done. VA RSITY F OOTBA LL Mr. Dordel Mr. Balmer Mr. Reichert j. VA RSITT 699 FRESHMAN FOOTBALL MI. Wirnberger Mr. Schliesman Mr. Johnson Mr. Pfeiffer TRACK Mr. Stuve MI. Blom MI. Myrhum BASEBALL Mr. Schliesman Mr. Geske Mr. Pfeiffer Mr. Wirnsberger CRO $COUNTRY Mr. Blom BMSKETBALL Mr. Miller Mr. Vandertie Mr. Pollock ROW 1: J. Schmidt, R. Campbell, D. Kraft, M. Mueller, D. Clague, T. O'Driscoll, J. Thorkildsen, S. Dibb, D. Shadrick, P. Shroeder. ROW 2: M. Schlecta tManJ, P. Hansen, M. Audley, M. Chambers, J. Morris, K. Fruit, C. Lippert, J. Bode, R. Wiemet, R. Bauman, G. Audley, P. Harley. ROW 3: B. Sorenson, M. Koltz, T. Arndt, B. Fleming, D. Robertson, D. Jones, R. Kinney, B. Brooks, B. Lehman, J. Geason, J. Voelzke, L. Engen tManJ, G. Mussel tManJ ROW 4: G. McNeely, J. Schmidt, R. Knoelke, R. Billings, R. Bedore, J. Ordway, E. Klink, J. Kreuger, M. Hoff, D. Motz. 1964 F OOTBALL The 1964 Arrowhead Warhawks ended their Little Ten career this year with a 3-5 record, and the student body is proud of its team. The boys put forth a lot of effort and spirit, and this spirit was strengthened by the enthusiastic fans and cheerleaders. They brought our Homecoming activities to a peak with the victory over Hartford. It is thanks to the '64' team, that Warhawk football is on the upswing. CONGRA TULA TIONS! 1964 SEASON RECORD Arrowhead--32 Waterford--20 Arrowhead- - 6 Columbus-- 1 3 Arrowhead - - 1 3 Watertown- - 1 9 WON . . . . . 3 Arrowhead- - 0 Oconomowoc- -32 Arrowhead- - 1 2 Horicon- -6 Arrowhead-- 0 Beaver Dam--34 LOST ..... 5 Arrowhe ad- -19 Hartford--6 Arrowhe ad - -6 West Bend- - 32 27 j'UNIOR VARSITY F OOTBALL ROW 1: S. Kemos, B. Koepke, J. Vrabel, D. Hoffman, K. Laatsch, T. Arndt, G. Powless. ROW 2: Mr. Wimsberger, T. Weber, T. Billings, B. Mallow, J. Steffes, S. Riggs, A. Haas, S. Wege, G. McKerrow, K. Wabrowitz, Mr. Pfeiffer. F U TURE PLA TERS Good Luck to all the players who will be experiencing our new conference next year. May our new encounter be a profitable and victorious one for all those concerned. FRESHMAN F OOTBALL ROW 1: T. Klink, B. Bode, J. Wein, B. Sorenson, L. Sengstock, T. Poweleit, M. Wildrick, B. Alles, D. McElhatton. ROW 2: P. Pfeiffer, D. Wetzel, S. Lucas, R. Schliepp, C. Dittmann, A. Campbell, R. Lemke, D. Haselow, P. Cull. ROW 3: Mr. Johnson, R. Brown, J. Fiedler, T. McFadden, G. Chaykowski, J. Lauter- bach, E. Pechstein, T. LaPorte, C. Boyd, P. Laatsch, MI. Schliesman. CO-CAPTAINS J ack Schmidt Charles Lippert MOST IMPROVED PLAYER Rick Billings OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF YEAR Charles Lippert DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF YEAR Dick Robertson MOST VALUABLE PLAYER Charles Lippert HOMECOMING ROYALTY Ch arlie Lippert Mary Snyder John Krueger Sue Shadrick Dick Robertson Anne Hamahan COURT Rick Billings Candy Wenninger Jeff Bode J an Donovan HOMECOMING 1964 Homecoming 1964 was set aglow on Friday, October 23, with the lighting of the bonfire, which temporarily took the chill out of the shivering Warhawk fans. As the fire began to die the Arrowhead Student Body followed their floats to Nixon Park where they cheered the Warhawk team on to their first Homecoming victory in four years. With this victorious feeling in the air, the week end was com- menced by "Tonight," the 1964 Homecoming dance. For those who attended, the memories will linger, remembering that their night was "Tonight." Queen Mary Snyder and King Charlie Lippert reigned over the "city park atmosphere." 1 l x 1 FOOTBALL S L M U m m m CROSS COUNTRY ROW 1: J. Pfeiffer, R. Jung, R. Campbell, T. Lay, B. Nielsen. ROW 2: J. Pfeiffer, G. Washburn, S. Nelsen, S. Runkel, L. Hiemke, F. Baldowsky, J. Lang, Mr. Blorn. R m W m PRC122 i ROW 1: L. Boyd, L. Schiller, B. Wenninger, D. Courlie, B. Arndorfer, M. Chambers, J. Krueger, J. Visser, G. Peckham, J. Pfeiffer, L. Schemberger, J. Donovan, E. Hergert, C. Richter. ROW 2: S. Kovach, B. Winkelman, J. Heintzelman, P. Walsh, J. Hansen, G. Urban, L. Dorfmeister, A. Han- rahan, M. Billings, C. Hanson, K. Berndt, H. Wolcott, S. Bowers, S. Lierk, P. Kohl, P. Ebert. ROW 3: M. Loucks, S. Schmidt, S. Mallow, P. Nampel, J. Cull, J. Fleming, B. Binkowski, J. Eaves, B. Fleming, D. Rice, J. Thorkildsen, J. Schmitt, R. Haasl, J. Beletsky, M. Watanabe, N. Arndt, C. Carrexa, J. Belke. EEDRNIM ROW 1: K. Jones, R. Campbell, T. O'Driscoll, L. Dorfmeister, M. Snyder, Mr. Scheele. ROW 2: Mr. Foerster, J. Watts, A. Hamahan, R. Campbell, J. Pfeiffer, Mr. Davis. QtuOCoNVbD: NNQZQQQ ROW 1: Mr. Foerster, M. Smith, M. Snyder ReporteU, T. O'Driscoll W. Presq, R. Campbell Gresq, L. Dorfmeister TreasJ, K. Jones 5nd, J. Schafer, M. Pfeiffer, F. Rego. ROW 2: Mr. Davis, J. Heinzelman, M. Watanabe, J. Thorkildsen, C. Boyd, D. Gourlie, A. Hamahan, C. Kel- ler, M. Hanrahan, R. Sorensen, W. Elgar. ROW 3: Mr. Scheele, P. Nampel, G. Hunt, B. Mallow, G. Powless, M. Chambers, J. Krueger, R. Campbell, K. Kuchler, R. Baumann, D. Bredl. ROW 1: Mr. Foerster, L. Marx, M. Snyder Repon0, K. Jones wecJ, T. O'Driscoll W. PresJ, R. Campbell Wresq, L. Dorfmeister TreasJ, P. Ebert. ROW 2: Mr. Davis, J. Watts, L. Boyd, J. Pfeiffer, S. Shadrick, T. Croy, J. Visser, K. Fruit, J. Bonham, C. Bradd. ROW 3: Mr. Scheele, P. Becker, K. Nelson, C. Lippert, J. Bode, 8. Real, J. Sutte, L. Koski, C. Wenninget, B. Winkelman. mo Mmqom mgccmmkom mo mMQQm ngqumszme ROW 1: L. Marx TreasJ, K. Jones GresJ, J. Sutte, K. Fruit, L. Dorfmeister W. Presq, J. Watts QeCJ, Miss Heinz. ROW 2: L. Schiller, S. Schmidt, L. Koski, P. Nampel, B. C311, N. Mieriu, C. Roensch. ROW 1: R. Tetzlaff, M. Audley $entinen, D. Lund wecq, J. Kolbow TreasQ, J. Cull Wresq, G. McKenow Reportery ROW 2: Mr. Benrud, J. Rohde, G. Staus, A. Campbell, K. Wabrowetz, J. Becker, B. McClellam, D. Slater. ROW 3: F. Elsinger, H. Mundt, D. Gottschalk, R. Sizer, R. Brown, C. Staus, D. Meider. ROW 4: M. Beaumont, G. Anstey, S. Wege, B. Gessner, R. Fleischman, J. Geason, R. Winkelman, B. Meissner. qumh ROW 1: D. McNeil Wraetoq, B. Wenninger Quaestoq, C. Lippert Qauician Consun, C. Wenninger Wribunq, C. Luljack wenson, J. Bode wovernory L. Dorfmeister Aedi1eL F. Greene Wlebian Consul; ROW 2: S. Loppnow, R. Nelson, C. Lechner, P. Dom, L. Hiemke, J. Aucutt, D. Dobbertin, K. LeRoy, Mrs. Patrick. ROW 3: M. Perkins, G. Thorkildsen, S. Kurtzweil, G. Mussell, J . Brown, B. Winkelman, J . Thorkildsen, C. Toepfer. ROW 4: N. Bart, H. Wolcott, P. Banks, S. Holtman, B. Wolf, J. Cull, P. Nam- pel, D. Clague, K. Kerr, B. Hodgson. ROW 1: C. Adelmann Gresq, K. Berndt wecJ, B. Jenkins V. R650, 8. Shadrick 5.54, B. Hardiman Greasq, Miss Freeman. ROW 2: P. Jenkins, L. Greene, J. Watts, W. Elger, C. Hornburg, 1.. Curtis, P. Ebert, B. Bode, J. Pfeiffer, C. Richter. ROW 3: P. Dom, L. Guderski, S. Lierk, D. Bredl, A. Weber, C. Brown, S. Bowers, R. Irons, C. Carrera, D. Kraft, D. Bernacki. ROW-4: J. Havnen, S. Brandt, J. Hardi- man, J. Larsen, N. Chapman, M. Jensen, K. Kerr, A. Hamahan, M. Camera, L. Rodgers, L. Andrijeski, J. Thorkildsen. ROW 5: G. Urban, P. Nampel, F. Baldowsky, S. Dibb, C. Jackson, B. Pascoe, R. Kin- ney, T. Arndt, B. Mallow, S. Runkel, M. Schlechta, B. Schlise, B. Jensen. mMszwm 2mgmmn ROW 1: D. Fleming, R. Piper, C. Leque, G. Hansinger WresJ, C. Roensch 6e04, J. Sutte 5. Sen- ateL L. Dorfmeister TreasQ, L. Marx W. PresJ, R. Sorensen, C. Haig, Miss Reke. ROW 2: C. Pfeiffer, V. Juenemann, L. Boyd, S. Husting, S. Kurtzweil, L. Beyer, M. Link, K. Berndt, J. Belke, K. Jones, H. Grimm. ROW 3: D. Rumphol, S. Alles, N. Thompson, K. Jorgensen, C. Boyd, K. Fisher, D. Clague, R. Shlupp, R. Croy, H. Wolcott, J. Parry. ROW 4: B. Huegel, S. Lee, B. Andrae, K. Kuchler, R. Haasl, J. Eaves, L. Koski, B. Lehmann, J. Fiedler, E. Marx, C. Kutsch. ROW 1: Miss Reke, S. Fischer, K. Kuchler V. PresJ, G. Risberg Wresq, L. Koski 6. Senate; J. SchmithSec. TreasJ, ROW 2: Miss Manz, C. Kohr, P. Jensen, S. Holtman, M. Jensen, 1.. Dorfmeister, P. Kohl. ROW 3: C. Croy, R. Haasl, H. Swanu, J. Sutte, J. Poweleit, M. Powel- eit, S. Lumby. . Km; ROW 1: Mr. Mueller, T. Lay, M. Watanabe, M. Chambers Wresq, T. O'Driscoll weerTreasJ, J. Pfeiffer V. Presq 5.84, P. Cull. ROW 2: Mr. Zietlow, T. Klink, B. Gatz, G. Culver, J. Chaykowski, G. Laird, B. Arndorfer, M. Audley. ROW 3: J. Pfeiffer, B. Koepke, S. Runkel, B. Mallow, M. Evin- rude, L. Engren, R. Jung, D. Clague, A. Campbell. ROW 4: S. Kemos, D. Motz, B. Fleming, D. Jones, R. Billings, G. Klink, C. Jackson, J. Toth. ROW 1: L. Seidel, D. Bredl weerTreasJ, J. Bonham, M. Gerber, D. Kraft, E. Euerson, S. Fischer, L. Lenz, S. Kemos, G. Haig, P. Cull, Mr. Hughes. ROW 2: P. Haxley, J. Heinzelman, T. Piehl, P. Han- sen, T. O'Driscoll, S. Lee, R. Campbell, B. Arndorfer, T. Gan, M. Laufenberg, P. Schroeder. ROW 3: C. Marth, T. Brandt, J. Chaykowski, R. Williams, B. Mallow, G. Vrabel, B. Tieberg, M. Evin- rude, L. Mehling, S. Nelsen, G. Anstey, T. Klink. ROW 4: J. Sutter, G. Laird, B. Gatz, B. Grulkow- ski, D. Clague, B. Wolf, J. Kolbow, G. Mussell, S. Beal 6.84, R. Campbell V. PresJ, R. Baumann Wresq, W. Tieberg, B. Alles. ROW 5: G. Jackson, J. Fleming, G. Klink, J. Beckman, R. Billings, D. Reetz, B. Race, R. Bedote, C. Race, J. Harley, B. Pascoe, B. Brooks. EQQ Q bsm MQEMNQCQ ROW 1: Mr. Bauer, C. Roensch, L. Schiller, C. Keller Wresq, S. Lee W. PresJ, C. Race, B. Winkelm'an 5.8.x P. Dom, G. Wroblewski. ROW 2: P. Becker, D. Slater, H. Wolcott, P. McBroom, J. Heinzelman, G. Laird, E. Wolf, J. Thorkildsen, A. Stendal, B. Catz. ROW 3: S. Kurtzweil, B. Hicks, H. Johnston, B. Andrae, P. Werner, G. Toennes, J. Sutte, J. Cull, G. Vrabel, B. Lehmann. ROW 1: Mrs. Barclay, R. Habegger, L. McClellan $.80, K. Jung. ROW 2: K. Goodman, L. Hiemke, S. Fisher weerTreasJ. ROW 3: K. Visser, S. Mallow, S. Schmidt, C. Hanson Wresq, D. Pullen V. Pres.--Not Showm. 53 ans ROW 1: Mrs. Watts, D. Freeland, L. Baumann, C. Richter, J. Patterson, M. Witt, M. Zertuche, H. Grimm 5900: E. Senes V. PresJ, J. Hardiman V. PresJ, J. Visser RepJ, K. Kerr QeCJ, L. Buss RepQ, M. Loucks Gresq, A. Kovack, RepL M. Hamahan Gresq, E. Swanu HTeasJ, V. Lemke, B. Kienast, C. Pfeiffpr, M. Lund, C. Behrens, Mrs. Olsen. ROW 2: V. Nufer, B. Greene, L. Greene, R. Sorenson, P. Ebert, G. Hyde, C. Hansinger, S. Jensen, M. Hansen, S. Kasprzak, C. Race, C. Honeyager, L. Zsori, L. Jensen, J. Donovan, C. Dvergsdal, P. Sutter, C. Haig. ROW 3: C. Leque, J. Hoffman, J. Schneider, K. Kort, S. Olson, C. Glaum, L. Quindel, R. Collins, C. Pilgrim, M. Pfeiffer, P. Nold, D. Pascoe, J. Mer- ryfield, C. Schiek, J. Szopinski, G. Lechner, D. Tovey, B. Leque. ROW 4: J. Keller, C. Becker, C. Was- ley, G. Thorkildsen, M. Arndorfer, K. McGinnis, K. Urban, S. Home, L. Kerr, L. Moser, V. Bracket, S. Toth, C. Schmidt, C. Tuckerman, J. Droegkamp, B. Hardiman, P. Felber, C. Kohr. ROW 5: J. Rasmus- sen, J. Aucutt, M. Link, K. Weigel, W. Woodard, F. Merryfield, S. Henschel, D. Lucht, D. Hoffman, N. Williams, M. Jankech, M. Billings, B. Schutte, W. Eubanks, L. Beyer, S. Wagner, H. Wolcott, S. Lierk. ROW 6: K. Rinke, C. Toepfer, D. Rosch, C. Hanson, M. Reetz, S. Lumby, K. Kerr, S. Knipfel, S. Suchocki, J. Lechner, M. Poweleit, M. Larsen, N. Chapman, B. Santo, P. Jensen, L. Sleaper, S. Kurtz- weil, K. Jorgenson. ROW 1: L. Bulen, D. Schiek, P. Habeger, S. Sytsma, D. Freeland, Mrs. Baxclay. ROW 2: J. Cline, P. Felber, J. Skjerping, D. Rosch, S. Kelikat, L. Quindel, C. Schiek. mmmmmq ROW 1: T. Hoff, M. Watanabe, B. Cull, M. Gerber. ROW 2: H. Johnston, G. Matteson, J. Donovan, G. Laird. ROW 3: Mr. Main, R. Bedore, C. Race, G. Vrabel, Mr. Roidt. MQquihmD ROW 1: Mr. Weghorn, C. Richter, J. Watts Gresq, P. Ebert, C. Dvergsdal, P. Schneider, E. Swana, L. Marx, J. Parry, J. Donovan, L. Curtis, K. Cass, L. Bulen. ROW 2: S. Hall, D. Schus- ter, J. Schneider, J. Schmidt, B. Hardiman, C. Kutsch, K. Nelson, R. Collins, J. Droegkamp, G. Thorkildsen, F. Greene. ROW 3: L. McClellan, S. Kovach, C. Tuckermann, S. Droegkamp, K. Jones, B. Lehmann, L. Koski, J. Schmidt, M. Braun, J. Hardiman, L. Mussell. ROW 4: C. Rankin, N. Thompson, D. Gourlie, L. Suchocki, S. Mallow, R. Haasl, M. Tuckermann, N. Chapman, K. Joregensen, L. Boyd $.SJ. ROW 5: J. Pfeiffer, H. Wolcott, L. Witt $ec.-TreasJ, G. Peckham, J. Sutte V. PresJ, B. Arndorfer, J. Thorkildsen, B. Winkelman, L. Dorfmeister, G. Horne. mszwmmmq ROW 1: L. Boyd 5600: L. Koski Treasq, J. Sutte Wresq, L. Marx, V. Presq, J. Watts 5. Senatey ROW 2: J. Schneider, H. Wolcott, N. Chapman, M. Snyder, Mr. Weghorn. ROW 3: J. Schmidt, L. Witt, B. Lehmann, J. Voelzke, C. Rankin, S. Hall. ROW 1: Miss Kahn, S. Earnst, S. Harris, P. Morrow, L. Walters, K. Nelson 6. Senatey S. Schmidt mew, L. Rodgers V. Presq, J. Droegkamp, S. Marks, L. Schroetter, K. Lenz, C. Pfeiffer, J. Johnson. ROW 2: K. Johnson, R. Piper, K. Kort, P. Becker, L. Guderski, V. Juenemann, P. Kranick, C. Glaum, R. Nelson, A. Lucas, S. Olson, J. Kraft. ROW 3: B. Fleming, J. Rateau, C. Miles, A. Dibb, S. Sloan, B. Schutte, B. Wo- jak, J. Hardiman, A. Kovach, C. Wasley, C. Winklemann, P. Perkins, J. Schmidt, P. Dalton. ROW 4: D. McNeil, S. Greuel, S. Husting, G. Urban, T. Becker, L. Koski, T. Arndt, C. Luljack, B. Jensen, J. Becker, L. Beyer, C. Brown, C. Toepfer. Not Shown: 5. Juenemann $ec.-Treas.y MWHN mhbbkm ROW 1: Miss Burhop, J. Heinzelman Ghotog. EdJ, H. Johnston Wor1d Affairs Edd, J. Diener Wyping EdJ, C. Wenninger wirculation Eda, R. Haasl Weature News EdJ, D. Rice 6ports Edq, L. Koski a-Zd.-in- ChieQ, M. Tuckermann wlub Column Edd, T. Croy Ass't EdJ, L. Boyd $chool News Edq, J. Donovan wusiness ngdv. Edq. ROW 2: L. Curtis, E. Sen-es, R. Collins, L. Johnson, P. Kohl, S. Bowers, H.Wolcott, L. Reetz, K. Berndt, S. Droegkamp, C. Adlemann, K. Carrera, P. Ebert, C. Richter. ROW 3: D. Dobber- tin, D. Lemke, J. Hansen, 8. Holtman, J. Bode, P. Nampel, S. Knipfel, J. Sutte, G. Anstey, K. Fisher, N. Chapman, M. Billings, L. Sleaper, S. Lierk. mhmqum mRQEM ROW 1: T. Lay, J. Pfeiffer, B. Nielsen, T. O'Driscoll, R. Baumann, R. Campbell, M. Audley, K. Fruit, P. Hansen, J. Engel, P. Schlechta. ROW 2: R. Jung, C. Mussell, S. Dibb, M. Schlechta, M. Chambers, L. Engen, C. Lippert 6. SennateL D. Clague, G. Audley, J. Bode TreasJ, R. Campbell. ROW 3: R. Leh- mann, 8. Nelson, J. Jung, M. Hoff, J. Gleason, E. Klink, G. McNeely Wresq, W. Brooks, D. Motz, R. Nie- mer, C. Jackson. ROW 4: J. Schmidt N. PresJ, D. Jones, D. Robertson, R. Billings, R. Knoelke, T. Kroenke, G. Risberg, B. Pascoe 6mg, R. Kinney, M. Koltz, J. Krueger, Mr. Balmer. 1 NHNOJEZUZAV ROW 1: K. Cass, L. Curtis, L. Greene, P. Ebert, V. Benzen, D. Schuster, J. Donovan, J. Droegkamp, S. Droegkamp, K. Nelson tTreasJ, J. Engel, B. Hardiman tPresJ, B. Arndorfer tV. PresJ, A. I-lanrahan, M. Brown, F. Greene, L. McClellan, B. Fleming, C. Devergsdal, C. Haig, M. Perkins, C. Richter. ROW 2: J. Haxdiman, C. Race, R. Sorensen, C. Hornburg, C. McGinnis, M. Felber, V. Brackob, C. Kutsch, M. Smith, P. Kohl, J. Martins, G. Thdrkildsen, C. Tuckerman, S. Kovack, J. Parry, E. Serres, R. Collins, M. Hama- han, D. Bredl, D. McNeil, P. Dalton, B. Nelson. ROW 3: A. Kovack, J. Havnen, M. Jankech, M. Jensen, L. Schemberger, S. Bowers, D. Dobbertin, B. Wenninger, M. Carerra, J. Schafer, W. Eubamks, J. Belke, P. Brown, L. Hiemke, S. Shadrick, H. Wolcott, F. Rego, K. Urban, M. Hoffman, D. Lemke, A. Weber. ROW 4: B. Irons, C. Carena, M. Loucks, K. Bemdt, L. Buss, L. Hansen, R. Bauman, D. Gourlie, P. Jensen, M. Billings, K. Kerr, N. Chapman, B. Andxae, E. Arndt, G. Urban, K. Eubanks, J . Kerr, K. Kerr, J. Thorkild- sen, P. Hansen, E. Stapleton, D. Jung. ROW 5: T. Croy, T. Becker, S. Mallow, K. Kuchlow, C. Luljack, P. Nampel, L. Eugen, M. Hoff, B. Tieberg, B. Jenkins, J. Eaves, D. Rice, B. Pascoe, J. Fleming, B. Brooks, D. Motz, R. Hasel, M. Tuckerman, B. J ensen, K. McCombs, J. Becker, S. Holtman. ARROWHEAD PEP CL UB This was the second successful year of the Arrowhead Pep Club. Through their hard work, they led the student body in giving our teams the moral support they needed. Attendance at games, posters, pepskits, cheers . . . all these went into building the school spirit that Arrowhead can be proud of. 52 VA RSITT CHEERLEA DERS Fay Greene, Sue Shadrick, Betty Wenninger, Beatrice Hardiman, Jan Donovan, Linda Seidel, Peggy Ebert. j. V. CHEERLEADERS FRONT: Chris Hornburg, Vicki Bentzien. BACK: Diane Bredl, Mary Carrera, Pam Brown, Donna McNeil. ROW 1: L. Curtis, J. Mill, P. Ebert, W. Elgar, B. Sudbrinh, V. Juenuman, P. Hansen, M. Snyder, Pres., S. Droegkamp, Treas., Miss Neuser, S. Schmidt, Sec., K. Jones, V-P, P. Becker, Rep., S. Jorgenson, J. Droegkamp, M. Hameahan, G. Thorkildsen, D. McNeil, F. Greene, J. Donovan, S. Jensen. ROW 2: C. Dvergsdahl, K. Cass, D. Fleming, G. Hansinger, D. Dobbertin, R. Nelson, L. Quidall, K. Nelsen, J . Krause, C. Tuckerman, A. Dibb, S. Cruel, S. Lierk, K. Urban, P. Kranick, K. Carrera, K. McGuinnas, L. Greene, C. Richter. ROW 3: C. Pfeiffer, V. Benzein, J. Parry, J. Rasmussen, P. Kohl, S. Bowers, A. Weber, C. Brown, J. Hardiman, B. Wenninger, M. Janhech, V. Bracob, D. Jung, M. Carrera, K. Berndt, J. Havnen, P. Schneider, C. Haig. ROW 4: M. Binkowski, C. Berzeil, M. Hoffman, D. Lembke, K. Kerr, T. Croy, K. McCombs, S. Mallow, C. Wenninger, M. Poweliet, K. Kuchler, P. Nampel, C. Luljack, J. Diener, M. Tuckerman, P. Kieren, B. Fleming. ROW 5: D. Bredl, B. Jrons, L. McClellan, E. Serres, C. Schmidt, L. Schemberger, Cr Adelmann, N. Chapman, L. Beyer, J. Hanson, D. Gourlie, S. Holtman, A. Hamahan, J. Keller, J. Aucutt, B. Hardiman, P. Dalton, S. Shadrick, J. Johnson. ROW 1: L. Boyd U-Estoriam, B. Jenkins Vice-PresJ, J. Sutte Gresq, L. Witt 6e00, L. Marx ukepq. Not Shown: K. Jones TreasJ ROW 2: MI. Bart, M. Snyder, K. Nelson, K. Fruit, L. Dorfmeister, R. Ross, J . Hahl, N. Thompson, P. McBroom, L. Schiller, B. Winkelman, D. Rumphol, D. Ellsworth, P. Dorn, P. Becker, Not Shown: L. Rogers. ARROWHEAD CHOIR TOP, ROW 1--E. Hergert, S. Sytsma, J. Schaefer, K. Cass. ROW 2--F. Rego, E. Boyd, N. Thompson, L. Schem- berger. ROW 3--J. Skjerping, T. Becket, J. Thorkildsen, L. Bartel. ROW 4--L. Dorfmeister, B. Mallow, D. Rice, P. McBroom, K. McComb. LT., ROW 1--D. Lemke, A. Dibb, C. Adelmaxm. ROW 2--B. Salzman, G. Toebe, J. Hahl, L. Schiller. ROW 3--B. Koepke, T. Croy, D. Dobbertin, B. Arndorfer. ROW 4--S. Stapleton, B. Jenkins, S. R5885, M. Roskopf. RT., ROW 1--P. Welhouse, J. Droegkamp, L. Curtis. ROW 2--B. Wenninger, L. Reetz, S. Hall, D. Ellsworth. ROW 3--K. Eubanks, A. Fett, M. Schiller, S. Bowers. ROW 4--M. Chambers, D. Jones, S. Mallow, C. Toepfer. BOT., ROW l--F. Grenne, L. Marx, R. Collins, N. Bart. ROW 2--N. Mieritz, M. Hoffman, B. Winkelman, G. 'I'horkildsen. ROW 3--B. Humphery, S. Droegkamp, L. Witt, P. Schoeder. ROW 4--E. Stapleton, M. Beaumont, J. Sutte, R. Haasl, P. Dom. Mr. Bart-- Choir Director. ROW 1: B. Winkleman, D. Ellsworth, N. Bart, L. Curtis, L. Schiller, Mr. Bart, L. Dorfmeister, N. Thomp- son, J. Sutte, K. Mull, J. Fett, L. Suchocki, P. McBroom, B. Humphrey, J. Keller. mthNmbm: szxm NQQEDMJ .5335 9:3 .833. 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Watts, K. Fruit. ROW 4: L. Rogers, D. Motz, C. Holtman, R. J enkins, L. Witt, Mr. Bart, D. Rice, B. Lehmann, C. Keller. ROW 1: S. Jensen, E. Swantz, P. Habbeger, J. Szopinski, P. Sneider, S. Jorgenson. ROW 2: R. Piper, W. Eubanks, L. Mussel, B. Wojak, M. Pfieffer, J. Kline. ROW 3: J. Becker, K. Jorgenson, L. Subocki, J. Techner, D. Luchts, J . Larson, Mr. Bart. 2m3mmmmm bumm Qmmm Mqummowm: R. Sorenson, D. Bredl, L. Curtis, N. Chapman. ROW 1: M. Felber, C. Carrera, M. Carrera, J. Diener, M. O'Driscoll. ROW 2: E. Stapelton, C. Bradd, C. Adehnan, J. Bonham, P. Felber. A.F.S. CHRISTMAS DANCE C H R I S T M A S NRNszQ ROW 1: M. Schlecta, G. Mussell, T. O'Dtiscoll, S. Nelsen, M. Chambers, R. Campbell. ROW 2: Coach Van- dertie, C. Lippert, D. Robertson, S. Koski, R. Kinney, T. Kroenke, J. Krueger, D. Jones, M. Koltz. VARSITY SCORES AHS OPP. AHS OPP. Pewaukee ................. 78 58 Ripon ................... 66 64 Horic on ................. 82 4 1 Columbus ................. 52 59 St. John's ................. 94 76 Hartford .................. 5 1 52 Hartford ................. 74 59 Be aver Dam ............... 84 49 Beaver Dam ............... 68 63 Watertown ............... 97 69 Watertown ................ 5 1 59 West Bend ................ 54 56 West Bend ................. 56 58 Oconomowoc . . ............ 73 60 Oconomowoc ............... 5 1 55 Mayville ................. 68 77 9 WINS ..... 7 LOSSES ROW 1: P. Schlecta, T. Hoff, J. Vrabel, D. Hoffman, G. Audley, G. Haig. ROW 2: Coach Miller, B. Mallow, S. Wege, T. Tiefenthaler, S. Riggs, W. Schmeling, J. Jackson, G. McKerrow, S. Dibb. The A.H.S. student body and faculty are very proud of its J .V. and Freshman teams. Both did an excellent job this season. The J.V. 's captured the Little Ten crown, for a first in A.H.S. history, with a record of 14 wins, 2 losses. Equally as great, Tim Weber of the Freshman team, broke the 145 point record with his 312 points. The Freshmen finished out the season with an 8 wins, 7 losses record. These boys and their coaches, Mr. Miller and Mr. Pollock, deserve recognition. CON GRATULATIONS ! ROW 1: D. Haselow, W. Laatsch, T. Weber, T. Klink, F. Daley, R. Peterson. ROW 2: Coach Pollock, R. Lemke, T. McFadden, J. Fiedler, R. Schliepp, T. Billings, E. Pechstein, C. Dittmann, D. Stapleton, A. Campbell. ACTION TWIRP! quhqmmmE ROW 1: N. Bart, D. Pfeiffer, D. Hale, D. Andrae, J. Murray, D. Dobbertin, B. Fruit. ROW 2: J. Pfeiffer, R. Camp- bell, B. Andrae, J. Voelzke, D. Shadrick, J. Pfeiffer, Coach Wirnsberger. ROW 3: P. Harley, Mgr., G. McNeely, D. Motz, R. Billings, G. Powless, D. Wein, K. Laatsch. AHS OPP. AHS OPP. Germantown . . . . . .......... 26 30 Catholic Memorial ........... 5 40 Waterford ............. . . . . 38 20 Waterford ................. 35 25 St. John's ........... . . . . . . 23 29 St. John's ................. 23 28 Northwestern Prep .......... . . 18 26 Germantown ............... 33 25 Salem Central ........ . ...... 3 43 Whitefish Bay ............... 23 23 l WRESTLING TEAM WRESTLING WARHAWKS SCORING SUMMARY CLASS WON LOST DRAWS FALLS OPP. FALLS Dan Andrae Soph. 7 3 0 6 1 Jack Murray Soph. 6 4 0 6 1 Dan Pfeiffer Fr. 3 5 0 3 3 Dennis Dobbertin Jr. 0 2 0 0 2 J oel Pfeiffet Jr. 2 8 0 1 3 J im Pfeiffer Sr. 7 2 1 4 1 Dave Shadrick Jr. 1 4 0 1 3 Spero Kemos Soph. 0 9 O O 4 Rod Campbell Sr. 0 8 1 0 7 Bill Andrae Jr. 0 1 0 0 1 Alan Hale Sr. 4 4 0 4 1 ,' Gary Powless Soph. 1 0 0 1 0 1 Rick Billings Sr. 8 2 0 6 0 Don Motz Jr. 4 5 0 2 1 Dave Wein Jr. 0 1 O 0 1 Greg McNeely Sr. 4 5 0 3 5 1965 OPERE TTA mmzwm LNwNLN VA RSITY ROW 1: T. Lay, B. Neilson, K. Fruit, G. Peckham, J. Bode, D. Shradrick, J. Pfeiffer. ROW 2: J. Pfeiffer, R. Campbell, D. Hoffman, R. Jung, V. Pillsbury, R. Becker, 5. Runkel, M. Grawysiak, T. McFadden, D. Claque, L. Heimke, D. Scheik. ROW 3: Coach Blom, P. Werner, M. Hoff, J. Geason, R. Kinney, B. Pascoe, L. Koski, G. Risberg, A. Hass, E. Klink, J. Jung, Coach Stuve, Coach Myhrum. jUNIOR VA RSITY ROW 1: D. Pfeiffer, K. Hanson, T. Lay, J. Washbum, T. Poweleit, J. Lang, J. Cull, B. Fruit, J. Sutter, B. Bode. ROW 2: J . Becker, B. Neilson, A. Campbell, B. Meissner, R. Jung, T. McFadden, K. Delikat, R. Weimer, M. Grawysiak, D. Hoffman, J . BIOWn, W. Laatsch, W. Perrigo, T. Hoff, D. Haselow. ROW 3: Coach Stuve, T. Gatz, C. Croy, B. Haxdiman, L. Heimke, C. J enson, A. Hass, J . Riggs, E. Klink, C. Holtman, G. McKerrow, F. Baldow- ski, 5. Lucas, T. Schmidt, Coach Myhrum. gmmk ' m w' w ym ., L, - E5 :39 .- , Wit, ,Q xv! st ,AW .. . CONGRA TULA TI 0N S ON AN EXCELLENT SEA S 0N m w m A VA RSITT ROW 1: T. O'Driscoll, D. Manard, C. Lippert, S. Kemos. ROW 2: J. Engel, G. Audley, S. Nelson, S. Dibb, Meuhler, G. Muessel. ROW 3: Mr. Pfeiffer, M. Klink, J. Kreuger, D. Jones, T. Kroenkl, B. Mallow, J. Fleming, R. Bedore, Coach Geske. 1965-BASEBALL jUNIOR VARSITY ROW 1: R. Petman, G. Mastalir, J. Wein, R. Arndt, B. Dieball, W. Sorenson, D. Slater, P. Dobbertin, P. Pfeiffer. ROW 2: R. Lemke, L. Hale, K. Laatsch, G. Hunt, J. Chykowski, J. Fiedler, E. Pechstein, T. Dorn, D. Wetzel, R. Chaput. ROW 3: C. Diham, J. Vrabel, D. Clemens, J. Jackson, T. Tiefenthaler, W. Schmeling, J. DonOVan, E. Marx, T. Billings, D. Gottschalk, T. Klink, P. Schliesman woachy SHALIMAR ROYALTY QUEEN: KING: LYNN DORFMEISTER TOM KROWKE 88 CLARANN BRADD 8: BOB ARNDORFER KATHY J ONES 6: GREG MCNEELY PEGGY NAMPEL 6: 0 F STORMY KOSKI FAYE GREENE 8: J IM PFEIFFER WONDERFUL E VENING A T SHA LIMAR x a. a... gig "W? s$n .m Maw?! W V? Valvnawti w ta L $3 19 , . ,w, , i, x EXHIBIT ARSENIC AND OLD LA CE tnosgpnan xemuv W$wwm yiih: NEW YORK TRIP WASHINGTON THE ARROWHEAD COMBOS , 13K , vim V 33,15"sz XXX N "WE THREE" THE "FOLK- LEGENDS " THE "CHESSMEN" THE ARR 0 WHEAD TEAM DEBA TE 1964-65 VARIETY SHOW HONORED BY MR. WIRNSBERGER MR. FOERSTER CHERRY BLOSSOM PA RA DE This year the Arrowhead Band was honored by being given the oppor- tunity to participate in the Cherry Blossom Parade in Washington DC. The upper left hand picture was taken when our school presented, to the late President John F. Kennedy's grave, a floral wreath. The bottom two pictures were taken in the Post Master General's office. 4.x M MARK AUDLEY . . . "Cuddley" . . . P.P.: Rab- bits . . . F.S.: "Dang it" . . . Am.: Tank Driver . . . F.P.: Heading west. JODY BANDTEL. . . "Jo" . . . F.S.: "You wouldn't believe it" . . . P.P.: Recovering from weekends . . . Am.: College. CAROL BECKER . . . "Carol" . . . P.P.: Busy- bodies . . . F.S.: "Remember" . . . Am.: Beautician. F.P.: Dick. JAMES BECKMAN . . . "Jim" . . . F.S.: "Cool it" . . . Am.: Start aband . . . F.P.: Guitar. . . P.P.: The Richottes. CONSTANCE ADELMANN . . . "Connie" P.P.: Anonymous phone calls . . . F.S.: "Oh, rats" . . . F.P.: Tennis and knitting . . . Am.: Elementary teaching. KRISTINA ANDERSEN . . . "Kris" . . . Am.: Career girl . . . F.P.: Laughing . . . P.P.: A meaningless smile . . . F.S.: "What this is?" BEVERLY BARTLETT . . . "Bev" . . . P.P.: Con- ceited people . . . F.S.: "Big deal" . . . Am.: Airline Stewardess . . . F.P.: Horseback riding. RAYMOND BAUMANN . . . "Rump" . . . P.P.: 6'5 with automatics . . . F.S.: Cool it" . . . Am.: To live comfortably . . . F.P.: Hunting. JEAN BELETSKY . . . "Gigi" . . . Am.: Pediatrician . . . P.P.: Loucks on her tip-toes . . . F.P.: Dancing and playing pool. JILL BELKE . . . "Jill" . . . F.P.: Swimming . . . Am.: To travel . . . P.P.: People cracking their knuckles. KATHLEEN BERNDT . . . "Bemdt" . . . P.P.: Hint-droppers . . . F.S.: "Neat! Neat! Neat!" . . . Am.: To be independent . . . F.P.: Driving. SANDRA BEYER . . . "Sandy" . . . P.P.: People who are always late . . . F.S.: "You know" . . . F.P.: Playing guitar . . . Am.: Secretary. ROBERT BIANCUZZO . . . "Cuzzo" . . . F.S.: "What's up?" . . . Am.: To live to see the next day . . . F.P.: Playing pool with Wolf. RICK BILLINGS . . . "Zeb" . . . Am.: P.E. teacher and coach . . . F.S.: "Cool it" . . . P.P.: People who spread rumors . . . F.P.: Swim- ming and football. BRADLEY BINKOWSKI. . . "Brad" . . . F.P.: Skiing, sailing, and driving hot Corvairs . . . P.P.: Not 18 yet. JEFFREY BODE . . . "Jeff" . . . Am.: Doctor . . . F.S.: "Get serious" . . . F.P.: Football . . . P.P.: People who don't get my jokes. ELIZABETH BOYD . . . "Libby" . . . F.P.: Day- dreaming . . . Am.: To teach . . . F.S.: "Forget 'er" . . . F.P.: Mononucleosis. CLARANN BRADD . . . "Mouse" . . . F.S.: "Ya know?" . . . Am.: To shoot a buck . . . F.P.: Water skiing . . . F.P.: Nose blowing during a dictation. LINDA BULEN . . . "Hollyhock" . . . F.P.: Doing nothing . . . F.P.: Reading . . . Am.: Li- brarian. SHIRLEY BULL. . . "Shirley" . . . F.P.: Getting up . . . F.P.: Swimming and boating . . . Am.: Marriage and children. JOANN BONHAM . . . "Jodi" . . . F.P.: The Kiltie . . . F.S.: "I've got senioritis" . . . Am.: Registered Nurse . . . F.P.: A know-it-all senate officer. JOHN BOSSHARD . . . "John" . . . F.P.: Unan- nounced tests . . . F.S.: "I don't know" . . . Am.: Make money . . . F.P.: Drugstore. THOMAS BRANDT . . . "Gut" . . . F.P.: Sux- prise tests . . . F.S.: "Can't dance" . . . Am.: Fireman . . . F.P.: Going out on Friday nights. WILLIAM BROOKS . . . "Bill" . . . F.P.: Unan- nounced tests . . . F.S.: "Guess not, fella" . . . Am.: To stay out of trouble . . . F.P.: Driving my car. LINDA BUSS . . . "Smiles" . . . F.S.: "Oh Really?" . . . Am.: Beautician . . . P.P.: Last- minute, baby-sitter callers . . . F.P.: Knitting. RODNEY CAMPBELL . . . "Rod" . . . F.S.: "Well, ya" . . . Am.: High school teacher . . . F.P.: Sports. RONALD CAMPBELL . . . "Ron" . . . P.P.: Reading poetry . . . F.S.: "Forget it" . . . Am.: Become a. teacher . . . P.P.: Athletics. KATHRYN CARRERA . . . "Cathie" P.P.: People who like to hear themselves talk . . . F.S.: "You know" . . . Am.: To be a nobody. F.P.: Sleep? RICHARD CLINE . . . "Rick" . . . P.P.: English class . . . F.S.: "You don't say" . . . Am.: to be rich . . . P.P.: Going out. RUTH ANNE COLLINS . . . "Rute" . . . P.P.: "Lil Abner" . . . F.S.: "Don't get me into this!" . . .Am.: Nursing . . . P.P.: Singing. JANICE COOPER . . . "Peanuts" . . . P.P.: Busybodies . . . F.S.: "Forget it" . . . Am.: Accountant . . . P.P.: Writing letters. JOHN CULL . . . "Culley" . . . Am.: Dairy farmer . . . P.P.: Unorganization . . . F.P.: Fun with a capital F. WILLIAM CUMMINS . . . "Bill" . . . Am.: Electronic Technician . . . F.S.: "To err is human, to forgive is divine" . . . F.P.: Fishing. ALAN DEHLI. . . "Pete" . . . F.P.: Guys driving new Vettes . . . F.S.: "See-Bee" . . . Am.: To be a millionaire . . . F.P.: Girls. JANICE DONOVAN . . . "Jan" . . . F.P.: Nosy people and disloyal friends . . . F.S.: "Oh, reall " . . . Am.: Education . . . F.P.: A11 sum- mer sports. LYNNE DORFMEISTER . . . "Dorf" WILLIAM CULL . . . "Bill" . . . F.P.: G.P.V. in Physics lab . . . F.S.: "This is true" . . Am.: Ag-Pilot . . . F.P.: "Haying." GLENN CU'LVER . . . "Oli" . . . F.P.: Tardy bells . . . F.S.: "This is true" . . . Am.: Bil- lionaire . . . F.P.: Skiing. JOY DIENER . . . "Joyus" . . . F.P.: Making errors in typing . . . F.S.: "Oh Gosh!" . . . Am.: Lots of tips at the A8LW . . . F.P.: Being with Clark. ROBERT DOBBERTIN . . . "Bob" . . . F.P.: Arguing . . . F.S.: "Don't worry about it" . . . Am.: Data-processing specialist . . . F.P.: Water skiing and my girl. MALCOLM DORN . . . "Mac" . . . P.P.: Doors that don't open . . . F.S.: "Hurry up" . . . Am.: Millionaire. P.P.: Speeding. SUSAN DROEGKAMP . . . "Granny" . . . P.P.: Spongers . . . F.S.: "Oh neat" Am.: Attend college and Peace Corps . . . P.P.: ! ! !. !! PEGGY EBERT . . . "Peg" . . . Am.: None to speak of . . . F.P.: Skiing . . . P.P.: Bottle Blondes. DIANE ELLSWORTH . . . "Peanut" . . . F.S.: "But Mother" . . . Am.: Private Secretary . . . P.P.: Music--p1aying, singing, or listening . . . P.P.: When people don't come to a meeting on time. PATRICIA DWYER . . . "Pat" . . . P.P.: School policies . . . F.S.: "In disguise" . . . Am.: Medical secretary . . . P.P.: Disguising myself. JOHN EAVES . . . "Jeff" . . . Am.: Success . . . F.S.: "Indubitably" F.P.: Whatever happens on Friday night. ROGER EMMER . . . "Rog" . . . F.S.: "Play it cool" . . . P.P.: lst hr. on Mondays . . . Am.: Own a Corvette . . . P.P.: Cars. JOHN ENGEL. . . "Rico" . . . P.P.: No tooth- picks . . . F.P.: People watching . . . Am.: Be a forest ranger . . . F.S.: "Got me." MARK EVINRUDE . . . "Mere" . . . P.P.: Being called by my middle name . . . F.S.: Censored . . . Am.: To be rich . . . F.P.: Taking trips, driving, etc. PATRICIA FELBER . . . "Patrick" . . . P.P.: School dances . . . F.S.: "Forget 'er Halve . . Am.: Home Ec. teacher . . . F.P.: Sewing and reading. JEFFREY FREDRICKSON . . . "Foff" . . . P.P.: Baby gorillas . . . F.S.: "Come again" . . . Am.: Russian bicycle cop. IGNNETH FRUIT . . . "Snidley" . . . P.P.: English teachers . . . F.S.: Censored . . . Am.: Go the entire season without a pulled muscle. SUSAN ESSER . . . "Sue" KATHLEEN EUBANKS . . . "Kathy" . . . P.P.: Late school buses . . . F.S.: "Oh Mother" . . . Am.: Beautician . . . F.P.: Writing letters. JAMES FLEMING . . . "Jim" . . . P.P.: Cats in the house . . . F.S.: "Forget it son" . . . Am.: To be a success at nothing . . . F.P.: Sports and '2??? FRANCES FULLER . . . "Fran" . . . P.P.: Being ready too soon . . . F.S.: "Never fear, I am here" . . . Am.: Make a place in the world for me . . . P.P.: Listening to the radio. BARRY GATZ . . . "Scrambler" . . . F.S.: "Whoo! Whoo!" . . . Am.: College and travel . . . P.P.: A tempered woman . . . P.P.: Social activities. JAMES GESSNER . . . "Jim" . . . P.P.: Fresh- men . . . Am.: Welder . . . F.S.: "Neat" . . . P.P.: Watching TV. RONALD GRULKOWSKI . . . "Squirrel" P.P.: Homework . . . Am.: Further education . . . F.P.: Reading. ROSE HAASL . . . "Rosie" LINDA GREENE . . . "Greenie" . . . P.P.: People who talk too much . . . F.S.: "Forget it" . . . Am.: To learn to fly a plane . . . F.P.: Water skiing. JOYCE GROMOWSKI . . . "Joyce" . . . Am.: Marriage .. . . P.P.: People who snap their gum . . . F.P.: Eating. ALLEN HALE . . . "A1" SANDRA HALL . . . "Sam" . . . P.P.: People who snap their gum . . . P.P.: Eating. ANNE HANRAHAN . . ."Hanner" . . . P.P.: Skinny Santa Clauses . . . F.S.: "Ya know" . . . Am.: P.E. teacher . . . F.P. Sewing. JOYCE HANSEN . . . "Hans" . . . P.P.: Fakers . . . F.S.: "How cross" . . . Am.: Dancer . . . P.P.: Listening to music. PETER HANSEN . . . "Slim" . . . P.P.: Dumb girls . . . P.P.: Driving . . . F.S.: "Drop dead" . . . Am.: Own a G.T.O. CAROLYN HANSEN . . . "Red" . . . F.S.: "How 'bout that?" . . . Am.: Going to Australia . . . F.P.: Watching Peyton Place . . . P.P.: People who claim they can beat my car with some- thing on three wheels. JOHN HARLEY . . . "Davidson" . . . F.S.: "Still living" . . . Am.: Conservation officer . . . F.P.: Riding my motorcycle . . . P.P.: Brad Binkowski borrowing money. MICHEAL HOFF . . . "Skeeter" . . . P.P.: School policy . . . Am.: Confirmed bachelor . . . F.S.: "See-Beep" P.P.: Girl watching. DIANE HOFFMAN . . . "Ugly" . . . P.P.: Work . . . F.S.: "What's the story?" . . . Am.: Secre- tary. . . P.P.: Sleeping. SUZANNE HOLTMAN . . . "Sue" . . . P.P.: Sew- ing and Jazz . . . Am.: Peace Corps or Creative Art teaching. GREGORY JACKSON . . . "Egg" . . . ?.P.: School rules . . . F.S.: "I don't know" . . . Am.: Clear 13 ft. F.P.: Goofing off. PATRICLA JENKINS . . . "Jinx" . . . P.P.: Bad dance bands . . . F.S.: "I kid you not" . . . Am.: Be the first man on the moon . . . F.P.: A little bit of everything. ROLAND JENKINS . . . "Buddy" . . . P.P.: Surprise quizzes . . . F.S.: "Relatively" . . . Am.: Chem and Physics teacher . . . F.P.: Fishing. LYNN JENSON . . . "Lynnie" . . . P.P.: School . . . F.S.: "What?" . . . Am.: Beautician . . . F.P.: Dancing. JESSE JOHNSON . . . "Wally" . . . F.S.: "Take it easy" . . . Am.: To be a technician of some kind . . . F.P.: Recreation and ?????? . . . P.P.: Librarians. JOSEPH JOHNSTON . . . "Hugh" . . . P.P.: Whitefish . . . F.S.: "See-bee" . . . Am.: Cowboy . . . F.P.: Digging worms. KATHLEEN JONES . . . "Bones" RUSSELL JORGENSEN . . . "Russ" P.P.: 6 cylinder cars . . . F.S.: Censored! . . . Am.: Get rich quick. . . F.P.: Girls. CHRISTOPHER IGELLER . . . "Red" . . . P.P.: Boring classes with unbearable teachers . . . Am.: To live a worthwhile life . . . F.P.: Living in the state of happiness. JUDITH ELLER . . . "Giggles" . . . P.P.: Busy telephones . . . F.S.: "Cute 'um" . . . Am.: Primaxy teaching . . . F.P.: Sports, reading and dancing. LYNETTE KOSKI . . . "Lyn" . . . P.P.: Women haters . . . Am.: Teach history after college . . . Likes: Biology, Art . . . Dislikes: Math. THOMAS KROENKE . . . "Stick" . . . P.P.: Lurch . . . Am.: Civil Service . . . F.P.: Sports . . . F.S.: "Basketball's great." JOHN JUNG. . . "John" BARBARA KEEVER . . . "Barb" JUANITA KIENAST . . . "Anita" . . . P.P.: Getting up in the mornings. . . Am.: To work. MICHEAL IQJNK . . . "Mitch" . . . P.P.: Not getting the car . . . F.S.: "I don't know" . . . Am.: Mechanic . . . F.P.: Working on cars. GLENN LAIRD . . . "Glenn" . . . P.P.: Sarcastic people . . . F.S.: "Forget it" . . . Am.: Electrical engineer . . . F.P.: Hunting. MARILYN LARSEN . . . "Mar-Bee" . . . P.P.: Conceited people . . . F.S.: "That's novel" . . . Am.: Private Secretary . . . F.P.: Swimming and listening to music. MICI-IEAL LAUFENBERG . . . "Lauf" P.P.: Jun- iors . . . F.S.: "neat" . . . Am.: Businessman . . . F.P.: Listening to records. ROBERT LEHMANN . . . "Bob" . . . P.P.: Busy- bodies . . . Am.: To get through Medical School . . . F.P.: Probably talking! DORIA LEMKE . . . "Dodi" . . . P.P.: Impatient people . . . F.S.: "Really?" . . . Am.: Secre- tary . . . F.P.: Listening to records. CHARLES LIPPERT . . . "Charlie" P.P.: Losing to Coach V. . . . F.S.: "You know" . . . Am.: P.E. teacher . . . F.P.: Whistling. MARY LOUKS . . . "Mares" . . . P.P.: People cracking their knuckles . . . Am.: College, Home Be. . . . F.S.: "All's fair in love and war . . . F.P.: Cooking. MARY LUND . . . "Mary-Mary" . . . F.S.: "I don't know . . . Am.: Travel . . . F.P.: Reading. DAVID McELI-IATTON . . . Max" . . . P.P.: Green trucks . . . Am.: To be a sophisticate . . . F.S.: "Boy Blondes shake me up! " GREGORY McNEELY . . . "Moose" . . . F.P.: Athletics and hunting . . . Am.: Go to Africa and study Zoology. LINDA MARX . . . "Groucho" . . . P.P.: Draw- ing cathedrals . . . F.S.: "You're kidding" . . . Am.: R.N.: . . F.P.: Daydreaming. GREGORY MATTESON . . . "Matty" . . . P.P.: Tests always on Fridays . . . Am.: Pilot . . . F.P.: Motorcycling and dating. SHARON M.ETZ . . . "Cherri-Pie" . . . P.P.: Finding cigarette butts too short to light . . . Am.: Marriage . . . F.P.: Bugging my mother . . . F.S.: Censored. NANCY MIERITZ . . . "Nanc" . . . P.P.: People who can't pronounce my name . . . F.S.: "I wish" . . . Am.: Travel around the world. . . F.P.: Daydreaming. CAROL MILES . . . "Beetle" . . . F.S.: "Boy, am Itired! " Am.: Business Educ ation teacher . . . RE: A busy telephone. KENNETH MORRIS . . . "Ken" . . . P.P.: Mean women . . . F.S.: "So?" Am.: Manager of a big chain store. KENNETH MULL . . . "Ken" . . . F.P.: Nasty girls . . . Am.: Become a successful business- man . . . F.P.: Eating. HAROLD MUNDT. . . "Harold" . . . F.P.: Wise guys . . . F.S.: "Get lost" . . . Am.: Electrician . . . F.P.: Tinkering with gadgets. KAREN NIELSEN . . . "Pinks" . . . F.P.: Con- ceited people . . . F.S.: "Oh well" . . . Am.: Private Secretary . . . F.P.: Horseback riding. JOYCE OUTCALT . . . F.S.: "Go jump in a lake" . . . Am.: To become a housewife and a mother. PEGGY NAMPEL . . . "Peg-Crash" . . . F.S.: "Barfooo" . . . Am.: Teacher . . . F.P.: Stuck- up boys . . . F.P.: Fun. STEVE NELSEN . . . "Steve" . . . F.P.: Filling out applications . . . F.S.: "You talk like a fish" . . . Am.: Accountant . . . F.P.: Basket- ball or baseball. GINGER PADINGER . . . "Ginj" . . . P.P.: Getting woke up in study hall . . . F.S.: "Calm yourself" . . . Am.: Wife. BRIAN PASCOE . . . "Brian" . . . F.P.: Heil- broner . . . F.S.: "You think so" . . . Am.: History teacher . . . F.P.: ! ! !! !! RICHARD PAVLONS . . . "Stosch" MARILYN PERKINS . . . "Perkie" . . . F.P.: Horseback riding . . . Am.: To graduate from college and to be a rider. JAMES PFEIFFER . . . "Jim" . . . F.S.: "You like that, eh?" . . . F.P.: Eating . . . F.P.: Staying home on Sundays . . . Am.: Secondary education. THOMAS PIEI-ll, . . . "T.P." . . . Am.: Politics and government . . . P.P.: Inconsiderate people . . . F.S.: "When do we eat?" . . . F.P.: Bowl- ing and golf. JOHN POWELEIT . . . "Little John" . . . F.P.: Auto Mech. . . . F.S.: "Chzam" . . . Am.: Be- come good in art work . . . F.P.: Basketball. MARY POWELEIT . . . "Auggie" . . . F.P.: People who don't act their age . . . Am.: Beautician . . . F.S.: "That's nice." DONNA POWLESS . . . "Don" . . . Am.: Art teacher . . . F.S.: "Eat drink and be merry" . . . F.P.: Eating, drinking and being merry. RUBY PULLEN . . . "Darlene" . . . F.P.: My own impatience . . . Am.: Elementary educa- tion or nursing . . . F.S.: "Oh, Ugh" . . . F.P.: Water skiing or reading. CHARLES RACE . . . "Chuck" . . . Am.: M.D. . . . F.S.: "Nice" . . . F.P.: The Know--it--alls . . . F.P.: Interesting things--girls, girls, girls. CHARLOTTE RANKIN . . . "Charlie" . . . F.P.: Linda Witt!! . . . Am.: Elementary teaching in foreign countries . . . F.S.: "Forget 'er" F.P.: Acting. PETER RASMUSSEN . . . "Butch" . . . F.P.: Wet rain . . . F.S.: "Keep it up" . . . Am.: Becoming neat . . . F.P.: Trying to get out of work. LINDA REETZ . . . "Winnie" . .. F.P.: Going around a corner and having the car door open up. . . . Am.: Attend M.I.T. or Plattville . . . F.P.: Water sports . . . F.S.: "Oh ya." GERALD REGO . . . "Jerry" . . . F.S.: "Forget it" . . . Am.: Machinist . . . F.P.: The only time the bus breaks down is on the way home . . . F.P.: Going out and having fun. DANIEL RICE . . . "Frog" . . . F.P.: Jeff Wash- burn . . . F.P.: Being with friends . . . F.S.: "Good Ralph! " CHARLOTTE RICHTER . . . "Charley" . . . F.S.: "Excellent" . . . F.P.: Lack of funds . . . Am.: College. GEORGE RISBERG . . . "George" F.P.: Socialism . . . F.S.: "What goes up must come down" . . . F.P.: "Gitfidlin'." DALE SALMON . . . "Charlie Tuna" . . . F.P.: Exams . . . F.S.: "You don't know" . . . Am.: Graduate . . . F.P.: Going out. JAMES SCI-IAFER . . . "Jim" . . . Am.: Success . . . F.S.: "This is true" . . . F.: "This is true" . . . F.P.: School . . . P.P.: Rules and Regula- tions. LYNN SCHILLER . . . 17.8.: "Oh, Oh!" . . . Am.: Meteorologist . . . F.P.: Writing between snoozes. MICHEAL SCHLECTA . . . "Mike" . . . F.P.: No radio in the school bus . . . F.S.: "How do you know?" Am.: Accountant . . . F.P.: Sporting events. CARLA ROENSCH . . . "Hurricane" . . . Am.: M.D. . . . F.P.: Tests . . . F.S.: "You just don't underst and. " DIANE ROSCH . . . "Dosch" . . . F.P.: A record that skips . . . Am.: Legal secretary . . . F.P.: Sewing, knitting and dancing . . . F.S.: "That's a. shame . . . a dirty shame!." WILLIAM SCI-IEUERELL. . . "Bill" . . . F.P.: Too much homework . . . F.S.: "You don't know" . . . Am.: Machinist . . . F.P.: Girls. DENNIS SCI-HEK . . . "Denny" . . . F.P.: Short weekends . . . F.S.: "Who cares?" . . . Am.: Electrician . . . F.P.: Reading. ROBERT SCHLISE . . . "Bob" . . . Am.: Traveling and an airline career . . . F.S.: "Are you neat" . . . P.P.: Tests . . . P.P.: Washing my car. JENNIFER SCHMIDT . . . "Jill" . . . P.P.: Inefficient libraries . . . F.S.: "Sure" . . . Am.: To be a speech therapist . . . P.P.: Sewing. JOHN SCHMIDT . . . "Jake" . . . P.P.: Stuck-up people . . . Am.: undecided . . . F.S.: "Guess what?" . . . F.P.: Listening to music. SUSAN SCHMIDT . . . "Sue" . . . P.P.: A librarian . . . F.S.: "Come again" . . . Am.: Attend U.W.M.--Medica1 Technology. F.P.: Guess?????? NORMAN SCHULTZ . . . "Norm" . . . P.P.: English, and English teachers . . . F.P.: Play- ing Sheepshead . . . Am.: Make money. RAYMOND SCHUTTE . . . "Ray" . . . P.P.: Sweetpea My girh . . . Am.: Playboy . . . F.P.: Flying low! EVELYN SERRES . . . "Evie" . . . P.P.: Week- days . . . F.S.: "Say now!" . . . Am.: Move up North . . . RR: '65 Galaxie. SUSAN SHADRICK . . . "Sue" . . . P.P.: Boys . . . F.S.: "Really?" . . . P.P.: Knitting . . . Am.: To become a teacher. KAREN SORENSON . . . "Caroni" . . . F.S.: "I think Ihated it" . . . Am.: Beautician . . . F.P.: Nothing in particular . . . Everything in general. SUSAN STAPLETON . . . "Stapes" . . . P.P.: Riding the school bus . . . F.S.: "Oh really" . . . Am.: IBM key-punch operator . . . F.P.: Listen- ing to the radio. NACYE THOMPSON . . . "Nace" . . . F.S." "Hi" . . . Am.: Medical Technologist . . . F.P.: Knitting, music . . . F.P.: Being told Ihave a Southern accent. ROBERT TIEBERG . . . "Luigi" . . . F.P.: Pool . . . F.S.: "T'aint a big thing . . . F.P.: Short hair . . . Am.: To graduate. LINDA SLEAPER . . . "Sleeps" . . . F.P.: Timed writings . . . F.S.: "Oh ka dok" . . . Am.: M.I.T. and becoming an executive secretary . . . F.P.: To have fun. MARY SNYDER . . . "Mary" . . . Am.: Attend college and join the Peace Corps . . . F.P.: Underclassmen and teachers . . . F.P.: Talking. JOHN SUTTE . . . "Johnny" . . . Am.: Music teacher . . . F.P.: Pessimistic people . . . F.S.: "Was ist los?" . . . F.P.: Music, water skiing and dramatics. HOWARD SWANTZ . . . "Howie" . . . P.P.: Big wheels with no spokes . . . F.S.: "Anything that comes" . . . Am.: Interior designer . . . F.P.: Playing the drums and being with someone I like. THOMAS UTECHT . . . "Uta" . . . F.S.: "I'd say" . . . P.P.: People who aren't: sincere . . . Am.: To be able to enjoy life. RAYMOND VANDER VEEN . . . "Rick" . . . P.P.: Getting up in the morning . . . F.S.: "Who?" . . . Am.: To make money . . . P.P.: Going out. GREGORY VRABEL . . . "Flash" . . . P.P.: Sarcastic people . . . F.S.: "You're neat" . . . Am.: Top-ranking physicist . . . F.P.: Girls. MASAKI WATANABE . . . "Kimosabi" . . . P.P.: When school is NOT called off by snow . . . F.S.: "Banzai" . . . Am.: Top secret . . . P.P.: Table tennis. ELSIE WATTS . . . "Jeanie" . . . P.P.: Paying food bills for my pet tiger . . . F.S.: "I love you" . . . Am.: To be a clothing buyer . . . F.P.: Sleeping. CANDACE WENNINGER . . . "Candy" . . . F.S.: "Oh Hell-O" . . . P.P.: Betty's driving . . . Am.: College bum. JOSEPH WHITE. . . "Joe" . . . P.P.: Johnston- fish . . . F.S.: "You got the color right" . . . Am.: PhD. RANDY WIEMER . . . "Randall" . . . F.S.: "Get whipped" . . . Am.: To become a fly-by- night . . . P.P.: Tapping quarter barrels. NORMA WILLIAMS . . . "Norma" . . . P.P.: People who are stuck-up . . . F.S.: "Neat" . . . Am.: To travel . . . F.P.: Sewing and reading. BETTY WINKELMAN . . . "Winkie" . . . P.P.: Monday mornings . . . F.S.: "Biggy-Diggy" . . . Am.: Teacher . . . F.P.: Resting. LINDA WITT . . . "Linda" . . . P.P.: Charlotte Rankin . . . Am.: To become a Navy nurse. . . F.S.: "Oh come now" . . . F.P.: Reading and traveling. ROBERT WOLF . . . "Romeo" . . . P.P.: A dry party. . . Am.: To be a playboy . . . F.P.: Being with Mary L. CARY WROBLEWSKI . . . "Gary" . . . P.P.: Ice . . . F.S.: "Hi" . . . Am.: To go into some field of electrical engineering . . . F.P.: "Putt ering. " MICHEAL ZSORI . . . "Mike" . . . P.P.: Wrong bus in the morning . . . F.S.: "Neat" . . . Am.: Carpentry . . . F.P.: Baseball. NOT PICTURED: FRANK DANES . . . "Frank" . . . P.P.: Women drivers . . . F.S.: "You don't know" . . . Am.: To have fun . . . F.P.: Dates. ANTHONY PETUSHEK . . . "Tony" . . . P.P.: Pontiacs . . . Am.: Millionaire . . . F.P.: Studying! 122 CLA SS OF 1965 123 IN MEMORIAM Mr. Main, a trusted and dedicated teacher at Arrowhead, passed away on January 31, 1965. In times like this, each of us in our own minds search for a way in which to express our sorrow. This following was one student's answer. In silent tribute he did lie In memory of the man Who just before had been among us. The words of eulogy were choked within. Those who knew him best . . . What but respectful silence could express The sorrow and the mounting tears? He lay but sleeping now . . . Tomorrow would he not return Alive and strolling down the halls? Our unbelief created his image . . . Answering problems Teaching as before. One small comfort remains . . No man is dead Who lives again within the mind of man. - - Lynn Schiller 124 and Mrs. R. Baumamz and Mrs. W. Behrend . C. Bemud . W. Bi erman 933.5,: and Mrs. Bonham Miss J . Burhop MI. and Mrs. A. Cull Mrs. Heine Dross Miss V. Feurer . N. Forester . and Mrs. R. Gall . and Mrs. H. Gohlke . and Mrs. J. Gourlie $$SE$ . and Mrs. A. Hanson Home Economics Club Mr. R. Hughes Mr. Hughes Math Classes Mrs. Don Kerr Sr. Mr. and Mrs. C. Kingfogl Dr. David J . Fruit : Family PA TR 0N S 125 Miss J . Kriewald Mrs. Margarete Kusch Mr. and Mrs. R. M. McNeil Mr. and Mrs. P. Mihelich Miss Donna Miles Mrs. Hazen Miles Milton Miles Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Mueller Mr. and Mrs. M. Mueller Mr. and Mrs. H. Nampel Mr. and Mrs. W. Parry Mrs. Ellen Pettrick Mr. and Mrs. Selbo Mr. E. Smith Spanish Club Mr. and Mrs. D. Stevens Mr. and Mrs. J. Urban Mr. and Mrs. A. Vandertie Mr. K. Leque DOTTIE'S VARIETY STORE "Our Own Home-Made Bakery" Groceries--Delicotessen Greeting Cards--Beer--Sodo WO 6-8251 Stone Bank, Wis. BANK OF NORTH LAKE "The Service Bank" North Lake, Wisconsin BIG DIP CUSTARD STAND Stone Bank, Wisconsin WO 6-2491 HARTLAND FLORIST Flowers for All Occasions Harfland, Wisconsin FO 7-6484 Service Quality KUHTZ Stone Bank, Wis. WO 6-2142 General Merchandise FREDRICK'S DRUGS Hartland FO 7-2242 Acme Qualify Points Full Line Hardware Complete Garden and Lawn Supplies CULVER'S HARDWARE STORE "Your Best Buy" 240 Cottonwood Ave. Horfland, Wisconsin Goody -goody A 81 W DRIVE-IN Harflond , Wisconsin FO 7-6807 HOFFMAN'S North Lake Hotel North Lake WO 6-8221 W. W. 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