Fort Atkinson High School - Tchogeerrah Yearbook (Fort Atkinson, WI)
- Class of 1974
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a new day, a new year -
high sohool. For three years,
your ideas about life
grow and develop.
Your interests spring
in all directions.
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you look for people like yourself
with your interests,
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you are involved.
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a necessary part of that particular group
that interests you.
Being involved means
You give your time,
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you are no longer an observer
but an active part.
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Student Life . .
Academies . .
Vicki Ciaglo depicts lead in "Alice in onderlandw
During the month of April, 1973, a chil- the two act play. In the leading male role,
dren's theater presented a play at the J. F. Rick Bauer played the king.
Luther junior high school. "Alice in Won- Kathy Carpentier headed the make up
derland" under the direction of Mrs. crew for the play. The crew handmade all
Audrey Fixmer amused both young and old the animals' faces as well as the unique cos-
alike. Vicki Ciaglo obtained the lead role in tumes.
10 - Spring '73
Above: Father Endres gives the closing benediction at
the annual Rock Day ceremony last year.
Above right: Tracy Smith directs Gail Smedal as to
the best position for a painting at the FHS art show.
Right: At the talent show Rick LaMuro exhibits his
skills on the drums during a take-off on Sha-na-na.
The students of Fort high presented the
annual art show in the month of May in the
activity room of FHS. Mr. Hase's art survey
and advanced art classes exhibitednworks of
art that they completed during the school
Above left: A rare moment of silence is found at the
worksite of the brand new Robert Street bridge.
Left: Vicki Ciaglo portraying "Alice" gives a refresh-
ing smile as Theresa Plue looks on.
Above: A student from Milton College presents a
trumpet solo during a spring concert given at FHS.
"Brigadoon" brings Scottish hi hlands to FHS gym
By the beginning of March rehearsals for
the all-school musical "Brigadoon" began.
Mrs. Krizsan, Mr. James and Mr. Schubert
served as director, music director and busi-
Leading the double cast play were Mark
Zastrow, Laura Landowski, Luke Russell
and Connie Blodgett on Thursday and Sat-
urday nights. Taking the stage on Friday
and Sunday nights were Mike Ajango,
Kathy Poeppel, Eddie Desjarlais, and
Karyn Scheid. The four night presentation
took place on Mary 10-13.
Mrs. Krizsan incorporated the use of
male and female dancing and singing cho-
ruses. Maureen Riedy choreographed the
dancing, while Linda Landowski and Jim
Athas lead the cast and crew as student
directors. The costume, makeup, and light-
ing crews helped to create the mystical
environment of "Brigadoon.7,
Above: Laura Landowski and Mark Zastrow sing
"Heather on the Hill," one of many songs in "Briga-
Right: Debbie Buchholtz, center, and her maids of
honor execute a dance before the wedding.
12 - "Brigadoon"
Above left: Debbie Schutz and many townspeople
mourn over the death of Harry, Rick LaMuro.
Above: Connie Blodgett portrays her part as a milk-
maid singing "The Real Love of my Life."
Left: Maggie and Harry dance a ballet enthusiastically
at the Town Square in "Brigadoon.'
"Brigadoon" - 13
14- - Junior Prom
Above: Admiring their surroundings, Scott Klug and
Sue Church enjoy the Prom's environment.
Right: To help raise funds for the Prom, Lisa Lueder
sells rolls and orange juice to Bernie Gafvert.
Queen Sue VanderMause and King Luke Russell
Peace Train provides mood music
for "Saturday in the Park" Prom
"Saturday in the Park' became the
theme of the 1973 junior Prom. For the
first time in many years the Fort Atkinson
Municipal Building was the sight of the
Prom. The mood of an old-fashioned eve-
ning in the park was created out of chicken
wire and cardboard pillars which formed a
pavilion that enclosed the entire dance
A sidewalk cafe furnished refreshments.
Spectators observed couples around the
fountain and floral draped ponds. Park
benches added a romantic touch and a
place to relax and enjoy the atmosphere.
Leading the grand march were Queen
Sue VanderMause and King Luke Russell.
.lunior class representatives were Sue
Church and Lori Luebke. Also on the court
were co-chairwomen Mary Sue Humphrey
and Lisa Lueder and their dates. A five
piece group, "Peace Train," provided the
Above left: Lori Luebke, Prom representative, and
her escort enter during the grand march.
Left: Enjoying refreshments and observing others, Pat
McNamee and his date relax during the Prom.
Junior Prom - 15
Fort Fest, Watergate, transpire during '73 summer
"Hassle', best described the activities of
the summer of '73. Some students had sum-
mer jobs as gas station attendants or car
hops, while others enjoyed swimming and
lying in the sun.
4--H members spent the summer finish-
ing their projects for the fairs. Traveling
abroad became popular for many FHS fac-
ulty members who invaded Germany, Nor-
way, Spain, France and Mexico.
Political situations in the summer of '73
had some people interested. The T.V. cov-
erage of Watergate was so extensive that
soap opera addicts will never find out if
,lohn really loved Mary.
Chairman Mimi Bienfang planned the
Fort Fest dance. Other FHS students lent
their dramatic talents to the historic Black-
hawk pageant and "Mid-summer Nightis
Dream." Seventeen girls vied for the title of
Miss Fort Fest, and Gail Mephamfa 1973
graduate, claimed the crown with Cynthia
Knaack first runner-up and Lynda Strom
Above: Members of the 1973-74 pom-pom squad dis-
play their many talents for Fort Fest parade spectators,
Right: Kelly Chadwick re-lives the Blackhawk War as
a cavalry soldier guarding Fort Koshkonong.
16 - Summer '73
Above left: Using solarization, Jim Peterson creates a
novel effect with Mike Hoffman and the Municipal
Swimming Pool as his subject.
Above: Varsity cheerleader Lynda Strom helps with
the completion of the refreshment stand which the
cheerleaders and pom-pom girls painted last summer.
Left: Sophomore Mary Leedle, right, displays one of
several costumes worn in the Blackhawk pageant.
Far above: Dale McKenna expresses his personal
views on the proposed Nuclear Power plant.
Above: Creative industrial arts students, Frank C004
dale, Joe Bauer and Dave Stanley pose by their sign.
Right: Remains of a motorcyle gas tank lies dented in
the street after an autumn storm felled a tree in front
of the high school.
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School year begins in 9 O heatg
Koshkonon Alert group forms
Another year of anticipation began at
Fort high at 8:06 a.m. on August 29, 1973.
Many faces shown puzzlement during those
first few days of classes, especially the
sophomores. The sweltering heat of 90
degrees kept attention spans at a minimum
for the first week or two.
The year started out in the public eye
with the very controversial nuclear power
plant. A Koshkonong Alert group formed
in opposition to the plant. A series of hear-
ings were scheduled in the large main room
of the high school with many area television
stations telecasting the interviews.
A new schedule introduced at FHS this
year had students participating in an eight
period day, each period containing 52 min-
utes in the day.
Above left: Mrs. Price introduces the cheerleaders
mock act of Sha-na-na at a pep rally.
Above: Mr. Lepley and Mrs. Burrow distribute stu-
dent handbooks during thc sophomore orientation.
Left: Blackhawk band member Bob Brown plays the
tuba diligently during the Fort Fest parade.
Fall of '73 4 19
Below: Many couples enjoy the nostalgic atmosphere
and moody music found at the Homecoming dance.
Below left: First place honors for the character day
go to the silent film triog Pat Schroeder, Ellen Zemel
and Jean Sarnosky.
Below right: ln preparation for the Homecoming hall
decorating contest, Kathy Carpentier paints signs for
the seniors floor.
20 - Homecoming
ueen Jan Foelker
Cheerleaders give Sha-ra-ra skit
as Homecoming pep week activit
"Yesterday Once More" was the theme
for Homecoming at which senior Jan
F oelker reigned over the event. "Libertine
Rock" played for the dance with its nostal-
The class of '75 captured first place in
the hall decorating contest. First prize at
character day went to Pat Schroeder, Ellen
Zemel, and ,lean Sarnosky as actors of the
silent movies era. Dr. Cadaverino, .lim
Kelly, claimed second place. On Thursday
night of Homecoming week spirited stu-
dents attended the bonfire. Seniors won
first place in the yelling contest.
Homecoming sparked excitement with
the cheerleaders greased and ready for their
Sha-ra-ra skit and leading the crowd with
cheers at a pep assembly. The only disap-
pointment to Homecoming was the loss to
Sun Prairie 4-9-14 at the football game.
Afterwards, students invaded the carnival
at which were many booths, including an
egg drop, a jail, and a live music booth.
Above left: At the dance, crown bearer Sarah Vincent
shyly approaches queen Jan Foelker during the pres-
entation of the 1973 Homecoming royalty.
Above: Students enjoy dripping egg yolks on staff
member Kathy Cox for the yearbook camival booth.
Left: All three squads of cheerleaders work together
to bring Sha-ra-ra to FHS during one of the few pep
assemblies boosting school spirit.
Homecoming -- 21
Above: Using several makeup techniques, Kathy Car-
pontier, makeup chairman, prepares Sue Breit-
sprecher for hor role as a gypsy fortune teller.
Above right: Phil Schoofs depicts Mr. Antrobus as
he jokingly hits Jane Hevey for shirking her tasks.
Right: Characlcrizing Gladys, Debbie Buchholtz
receives an affectionate smilc from her father.
22 - All-School Play
,lane Hevey dramatizes lead in "Skin of Our Teeth"
A cast, consisting primarily of sopho-
mores and juniors, presented the all-school
play, "Skin of Our Teeth," on November l,
2 and 3. Junior Jane Hevey portrayed the
lead of Sabina, the maid. Phil Schoofs
played Mr. Antrobus, and Patty Teed per-
formed the part of his wife. Their children
were Debbie Buchholtz as Gladys and Luke
Russell characterized as Henry.
This pre-historic, light-hearted comedy
called for Mrs. Fixmer using double casting
for many of the minor parts in the prod-
uction. Three seniors .took control back-
stage. Laurine Thureson student directed,
while J im Borchardt was technical director.
Kathy Carpentier created the makeup for
all characters. Mrs. Audrey Fixmer coordi-
nated the work of all student actors, chair-
men and stagehands.
- Above left: Mr. Antrobus, Phil Schools, expresses
disappointment with life to family and friends.
Left: Mrs. Antrobus, Pat Teed, attempts to settle an
argument between her children, portrayed by Debbie
Buchholtz and Luke Russell.
All-School Play - 23
Keynote speaker George Walter sparks career da
Under the direction of Mr. James, choir
members went Halloween caroling. They
visited teachers' homes and sang songs like
'Tm Dreaming of a Great Pumpkinf'
The Milwaukee Symphony again sent
some of its fine musicians to the Senior
high school. A group of seven men and
Above: Mr. George Walter gives a very impressive
speech at the bi-annual Career Day assembly.
Above right: Staff Sergeant Michael Smith explains
the roles of Marines at a Career Day session.
Right: Senior Vicki Garrett orders graduation
announcements from a representative of lostens.
24 - Fall-Winter
women represented the different sections of
In December, the Methodist Church
became the setting for the community-wide
presentation of "The Messiahf' Several
high school students participated in lead
On December 4, the Kiwanis Club again
sponsored the bi-annual Career Day. The
event opened with a speech entitled "Three
coins in the Fountain," dealing with stu-
dents, opportunities after graduation.
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Left: Junior Jeff ,Ianke disassembles tables as part of
his many duties for Key Club at the blood bank.
Below left: The first snowfall of the winter months
gives a nostalgic effect to a rural street sign.
Below right: Senior Keyclubber Scott Burnette
washes dishes at the Kiwanis Pancake Day for Key
Fall-Winter - 25
Right: Senior Redskins members portray Santa and
his reindeer as they visit the teachers' rooms.
Below: Seniors Shannon O'Brien and Ellen Zemel
have their own holiday cookie party in the lobby.
Below right: Redskin members Cindi Klement and
Louise Randall decorate the lobby Christmas tree.
Far below: Photographer Tom Lueder preserves the
unblemished perfection of a Christmas snow fall.
26 - Christmas
Staff enjoys Christmas dinnerg
FHA sponsors annual holiday tea
Blackhawk Band, Treble Clef choir, Con-
cert Choir and Orchestra combined their
talents for two Christmas concerts. They
presented one for the public and one for the
student body before vacation.
Redskins decorated the annual Yuletide
tree and provided cookies for the teachers,
lounge. Senior members frolicked through
the halls portraying Santa and his reindeer
handing out candy canes.
Teachers enjoyed a pre-Christmas dinner
of ham and beef on December 13 at Club
26. FHA members entertained teachers at
an after-school holiday tea December 19.
A late snow delayed Winter Carnival
activities, cancelling all except the dance,
held after the Monroe game.
Several clubs organized holiday parties
and activities. Lisa Lueder hosted a Christ-
mas pany for the yearbook staff at her
home. Tobogganing challenged the skill of
choir members while the cheerleaders
brought Christmas carols to the homes of
the basketball and wrestling teams.
Above left: Winter invades Fort, bringing a mixed
feeling of euphoria and urgency about Christmas.
Above: During the high school Christmas Concert,
student teacher Mr. Sievert directs the Blackhawk
band in "Russian Christmas Music."
Left: Many high school students participated in the
"Messiah', under the direction of Richard James.
Christmas - 27
"Enchanted Forest" enthrones Senior Gail Smedal
Over 100 couples entered the Redskins'
"Enchanted Foresti' through a castleis
winding staircase. A field of flowers sur-
rounded the bandstand on which the group,
"The Beans,', played. Pools of shimmering
water graced the corners, while a gingerb-
read house held refreshments.
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Above: Couples mingle and discuss events while the
band takes a break during the Redskin formal.
Above right: After receiving Prince Charming name
tags, couples anticipate the coming events.
Right: A disguised Commons welcomes those attend-
ing the dance with "Enchanted Forestv as the theme.
28 - Redskin Formal
Senior Redskins composed the list of
candidates for the title of Redskin Princess.
Mr. Richard James, master of ceremonies,
announced the girls and their escorts as
they entered from the ceiling-high castle.
He then announced senior member Gail
Smedal as the princess. Holly Hutchins
crowned Gail on a decorative flower setting.
Gail Smedal and her escort Scott Angus led
the next dance while the rest of the senior
Redskin members joined in.
During the evening Redskins presented
adviser Mrs. Swanson with a rose corsage
and her husband with a boutonniere.
Far above: Princess Gail Smedal and escort Scott
Angus lead the first dance after the coronation.
Above: Last year's Redskins Princess Holly Hutchins
prepares to crown Gail Smedal as 1974 Princess.
Left: Mr. Richard James, master of ceremonies,
announces the candidates for the Redskins Princess.
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30 - Energy Crisis W 2
President NiXon's regulations cool school to 670
As the temperature outside dropped and
the winter winds blew, students entered a
cold Fort high school in a darkness that
resembled the middle of the night. ,lapuary
temperatures fell to a chilling -20 and,
many times snow storms threatened the
closing of schools. Although the school
attempted to maintain President Nixon,s
demands of a 67oschool, some rooms felt
much colder and some felt very warm. At
various times temperatures in the old build-
ing soared to Students and teachers
arrived bundled up in sweaters and warm
clothes, with some sporting insulated
With the nation's January sixth change
to Daylight Savings Time, students and
teachers began arriving at school in the
dark. As a result of the dark mornings, the
Whitewater Avenue crossing guard suffered
numerous injuries when a passing motorist
failed to see him and ran into him.
Cas shortages and high prices encour-
aged students to discontinue driving to
school. Students interested in saving gas
organized car pools. Concerned adults who
traveled to basketball games chartered
buses to enable the group to see them.
Left: Since the Presidentis request of no gas sales on
Sunday, virtually all stations hung signs telling of their
recently changed hours.
Below left: Total sales remained at zero for many
Fort Atkinson stations who had no gasoline to sell.
Energy Crisis - 31
Seniors anticipate excursions to
Various activities kept students busy dur-
ing the early months of 1974. Instrumental
band and orchestra students from the high
school took part in the Pop's Concert held
in mid-February. Mr. Crook, Mr. Werve,
Mr. Babcock, and Mrs. Romstad directed
phases of the concert.
Local Thespian members set February
23, 1974, as the date for the "Thespian Fol-
liesf, The "Follies, was a variety show fea-
turing high school students. The different
acts all involved some aspect of the theme
"Energy," Thespians sponsored this show
instead of the spring musical.
Approximately 50 seniors flew to Hawaii
in April during Easter vacation to enjoy
eight days of sun and surf. Other students
went to Spain during the Spring recess
while still others journeyed to Florida.
On May 24, 1974, students attended Rock
Day ceremonies on the high school lawn.
Many anticipated the outcome of Awards
Day in May. The editor of the Tchogeer-
rah also held the 1974 yearbook presenta-
Above: During the 16th annual Pop's Concert Kay
Udey and Lori Heth perform with the Blackhawk
Right: During afternoons students anticipate vaca
tions while they still attend classes.
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. iniarski heads District Athletic Department
Functioning as associate principal, Mr.
Ed Winiarski performed the duties of Dis-
trict Athletic Director.
Operating as principal for the tenth year
was Mr. Gelnn Lepley. He also acted as
Deputy District Governor for the Lion's
Club International. Mr. Roland Hunsader,
member of the Jefferson County Board for
Handicapped Children, completed his thir-
tieth year in this school system. He served
as the superintendent of schools and
belonged to the Southern Wisconsin Educa-
tional Communications Service.
Receiving an award as a Registered
School Business Administrator from the
Association of School Business Officials,
Mr. Lyle R. Lueschow also operated as bus-
iness manager. Mr. Robert C. Merriman
acted as safety co-ordinator, attendance co-
ordinator and transportation supervisor. He
held a position on the Executive Commit-
tee, School Safety Administratidn Section
and the National Safety Council, l
Mr. Orrin Bull returned as guidance
director, Miss Derry Brown continued as
the school's psychologist and Mr. William
Kohls assumed the position as a guidance
Lyle Lueschow 'Derry Brown Ed Winiarski Roland Hunsader
Orrin Bull, Jr. William Kohls Robert Merriman Glenn Lepley
36 - Administration
Far above, front row: Mr. Donald Fry, Dr. Fred
Idtse, Mr. Milton Lorman, Dr. Robert Ulrich, Mrs.
Milo Jones. Back row: Mike Babcock, Mr. Roland
Hunsader, Mr. Lyle Lueschow, Phil Jackson.
Above: Sportsman Mr. William Kohls pauses with his
dug Princess during a duck hunting expedition.
Left: Dr. Bates discusses and answers questions about
medical professions during Career Day.
nification of two departmentsg
Industry and Technology emerges
The English Department joined with the
Industrial Education Department in teach-
ing a new class, Industry and Technology.
This class joined many aspects of careers
and technical writing.
Mrs. Kathryn Kriszan served as the
department co-ordinator as well as teaching
a regular schedule of classes. The drama
classes took field trips to theatres for more
awareness of what the stage is like. She also
served as the assistant Forensics coach.
Included in her many hobbies are golf, clas-
sical music and drama.
Supervising the Occupational Adjust-
ment Program was Mrs. Margaret Patzer.
She also held the position of chairman for
the Special Education Department of
SWEA and the presidency of the Jefferson
County chapter for Exceptional Children.
Mr. Paul Babcock taught several English
courses along with serving as the sopho-
more class adviser. Acting as the bridge
club adviser and helping with the Mark
was Mrs. Connie Carlson. She also contin-
ued with her hobbies: bridge, reading,
remodeling her home, and going to thea-
Mr. Camplin served asla District Repre-
sentative on the SWEA Executive Board.
He also enjoyed camping, fishing, canoe-
ing, and biking as hobbies. Mrs. .lanice
Kohls, English and Yearbook Journalism
teacher, served as the chairman for the fac-
ulty graduation standards and review com-
mittee. Mrs. Kohls' hobbies included read-
ing, travel, and sailing. Student teaching
under Mrs. Kohls was Miss Katherine Mad-
38 - English
Above right: Laura Landowski samples the cuisine of
the Elizabethean era during English class.
Above: Special education students put study materi-
als to good use during their classes.
Paul G. Babcock Margarffl M. Patzer David CamPlif1
Kathryn B. Krizsan Jan Kohls Conny Carlson
Left: Mr. and Mrs. Carlson relax with their dogs, Eliz-
abeth and Arthur, during a warm autumn day.
English - 39
Kammer bags city championship
Monahan instructs ind. studies
In August of 1973, Mrs. Harriet Flood
received her masters of science degree in
teaching. She did her masters paper for the
University of Wisconsin-Whitewater. Mrs.
Flood taught Shorthand I, Shorthand II,
Secretarial Office Practice, and Co-opera-
tive Office Education classes.
Mr. John Kammer captured the 1973
City Golf Championship. He taught sum-
mer school typing. Mr. Kammer taught
Bookkeeping and Typing II. In the Busi-
ness Education Department Mrs. Mitchell
taught Typing I, Shorthand I, and Personal
Mr. Phillips Schubert directed forensics
and taught Speech and Mass Media classes.
In his spare time he continued with his hob-
biesg golf and reading. Floyd Sandels acted
as a student teacher under Mr. Schubert
during the first semester. X
Mr. Monahan held the position as golf
coach. Golf was also his favorite hobby.
Independent Studies in drivers' education
was offered for the first time thie year. Mr.
Monahan also taught this course.
Carly Monahan Phillips K. Schubert
Harriet Flood John Kammer
Far left: Typing class occupies Judy Leighton's time
as she works on improving her typing skills.
Above left: In accordance with Co-operative Secre-
tary Office Practice course, senior Kay Kleifgen works
part time for Mr. Joel Winn.
Left: The "Signal" staff interviews Mr Monahan
and Mr. Lansing concerning their views on abortion
Driver Education-Speech - 4-1
ildermuth pockets Ph.D. in May
from UW-M for social studies
In May, 1973, Mr. Ronald Wildermuth
received his Ph.D. in social studies curricu-
lum and instruction from the University of
Wisconsin at Madison. At FHS he
instructed U. S. History and Contemporary
Issues and was the Department co-ordina-
James Strey served as adviser to National
Honor Society. When he wasn't conducting
his American Issues and American History
classes, Mr. Strey enjoyed classical music
and record collecting. Teaching classes and
acting as an adviser to Student Council
filled Mr. Don Piper's busy schedule. He
also coached the cross country team and
assisted with the track team.
Carpentry, painting and music occupied
Mr. Gail Roub during his spare hours. He
served as the "Signal" adviser and the fac-
ulty representative for AFS. Acting as the
Oratorical Contest co-ordinator and a senior
class adviser. Mrs. Barbara Voight taught
American Literature A, British History,
Geography 7 and Speech. Along with this,
Mrs. Voight was also the Publicity Director
for Choral Union and belonged to the
American Historical Association.
Mr. John M. Voight instructed Govern-
ment, College Economics and Consumer
Economics classes along with sewing as a
iunior class adviser. Mr. Voight's hobbies
included golf and Dixieland music. Mr.
Elwood Carlson taught Sociology and Psy-
chology classes. He enjoyed redecorating
and remodeling his home as a pastime.
Elwood Carlson James Strey Don Piper Gail Roub
Gustava Swanson Barbara Voight John Voight Ronald Wildermuth
42 - Social Studies
Above left: Mrs. Gustava Swanson and Brenda Roh-
loff listen to Mr. Swart as he explains the functionings
of a replica of an 1870 dairy barn.
Above: Mrs. Barbara Voight adeptly plays her hag-
pipes while dressed in her native Scottish tartan.
Left: Mr. Elwood Carlson pauses for a moment of
relaxation while working on remodeling his basement.
Social Studies - 43
AV crew tapes sports activitiesg
uiz money finances library aids
The high school library increased its
amount of reference materials with the help
of the "Who Knows?" quiz team. Assistant
Student Council adviser and librarian Mrs.
Mary Nowak ordered a new set of ency-
clopedias with some of their winnings.
Students under the guidance of audio vis-
uals supervisor Mr. Lance Shanahan and
Mrs. Mary Donkle, audiovisuals secretary,
Above far right: Mr. Marquart discusses his son's
progress with Mr. James at parent-teacher confer-
Above right: Audio-visuals engineer Roger Kriede-
man sets up a video tape program for a class to view.
Right: Advanced Art I student Brian Cary attempts to
recreate his own image in a clay sculpture.
44- - Library-AV
gained credits through independent studies
or classroom studies in audio visuals. Their
duties consisted of taping television pro-
grams, repairing equipment and moving A-
V material from classroom to classroom.
The video engineers acquired free passes to
all high school functions. This enabled
them to tape games, plays and other types
Mr. James co-ordinates Fort Fest
Richard James George Werve Robert Hase
Martha Romstad Grayson Babcock Mary Nowak
Art League adviser Mr. Robert Hase
headed the exhibiting of the Hoard
Museum Art Show. Art Survey and
Advanced Art classes I and ll participated.
Numerous students received honors for
During August, choir director Mr. James
co-ordinated the music and sang a selection
for the Fort Fest pageant.
Among the Blackhawk band's many fund
raising projects were selling magazine sub-
scriptions, holding a paper drive and selling
candy and popcorn. Music co-ordinator Mr.
Babcock and Mr. Werve conducted the high
school concert and marching bands.
The orchestra, under the leadership of
Mrs. Martha Romstad, presented a concert
at the Bethesda Lutheran Home. They also
staged performances at the Christmas Con-
cert and the Annual Pops Concert.
Music-Art - 45
Five students fly to Spain for three week journey
The Language Department offered a new
course this year, Spanish V, to replace an
Independent Studies course.
Mrs. Evelyn Widmann taught Spanish
III, Spanish V, and was the Spanish Club
adviser. She was also the secretary of the
Wisconsin Association of Teachers of Span-
ish and Portuguese. Her hobbies included
Spanish records and literature, knitting,
46 - Foreign Language
and travel to foreign countries.
Adviser to a group of students which
went to Spain for a 28 day trip with the For-
eign Study League, Mrs. Marion Dexheimer
taught Spanish I, II, and III, and numerous
Personal typing classes.
French l and ll, Marching Band Flag
Line, and Instrumental Music kept Mrs.
Nancy Price busy. She also was the Cheer-
leader adviser, French Club adviser, and
served on the Homecoming committee.
Serving as Latin Club adviser and teach-
ing Latin ll, Hl, IV, Humanities, and Eng-
lish 10, Mr. Moore lead an active schedule.
His many hobbies included membership to
the Virgilian Society of America, Wisconsin
Council of Teachers of English, travel,
music, art, drama, and reading.
Above: Mrs. Widmann explains the origin of the
design of her native Spanish costume.
Right: Deep thought engulfs Mr. Moore as he contem-
plates a response to a student's question.
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Above left: Prom chaperones, Mr. and Mrs. Price,
dance in the atmosphere of "Saturday in the Parkf,
Left: One of the many picturesque scenes taken in
during the tour with the Foreign Study League was the
Roman aqueducts at Segovia, Spain.
Foreign Language - 47
Vernon L. ,Iordan Jerry Price Robert J. Vincent
Dennis P. Nehring Donald Reed Lyle Mercer
Above right: Adjusting an engine proves interesting
and challenging to senior Randy Bleiler.
Above: Fixing an axle presents many complications
for Industrial Arts student Dan Jones.
48 - Ag.-Industrial Arts
The Ag-Industrial department increased
its staff with the addition of two new teach-
ers, Mr. Lyle Mercer and Mr. Donald Reed.
Mr. Mercer taught various Ag. courses and
Animal Science. He also was the assistant
FFA adviser. Mr. Reed instructed the
industrial power courses.
Mr. Jerry Price, the architecture teacher,
served as the junior class and Prom adviser.
Homecoming committee member Mr. Rob-
increase Ag-Industrial Arts staff
ert Vincent taught woods and plastics
classes. The metals teacher, Mr. Vernon
Jordan, coached the tennis team.
FFA adviser Mr. Dennis Nehring was the
co-ordinator for Vocational Agriculture. He
instructed many students in the Co-opera-
tive Education course. Students earned
credit by getting jobs on area farms through
this agriculture course.
Industrial Technology became part of
FHS's curriculum. Mr. Vincent, Mr. Price,
Mr. Jordan and Mrs. Krizsan team taught
the course. Each student had the opportu-
nity to choose the direction of his interests.
The laboratory activities ranged from the
testing of wood hardness to job observa-
tions of telephone linemen working. Stu-
dents also achieved the knowledge of sim-
ple tasks such as writing a letter to a com-
pany inquiring about their merchandise.
Left: Mr. Reed confers with one of his Industrial Arts
student's parents on the progress of their son.
Ag-Industrial Arts - 49
B. Kuehl teaches at junior highg
Senior boys master practical arts
Many senior boys experienced a new
class established especially for them. The
Bachelor's Course taught them about differ-
ent areas of Home Economics. These
included foods, clothing and child care.
Mrs. Jane Rebne taught the Bachelor's
Course, Child Development and Foods ll.
She received her B.S. in Home Economics
from the University of Wisconsin at Stout.
Mrs. Rebne organized and directed the
50 - Home Economics
A new Home Economics instructor, Mrs.
Barbara Kuehl, joined the teaching staff.
She taught classes at the junior high in the
morning and taught Personal Family Liv-
ing, Foods I and Meal Management at the
senior high school in the afternoon. Mrs.
Kuehl also acted as the adviser for Pep
Club and the assistant adviser for FHA.
Mrs. .lean Ehrke taught all the clothing
classes and served as the adviser for FHA.
New PE instructor holds national swimming record
Girls' new Physical Education teacher
Miss Nancy Dyer recently graduated from
the University of Wisconsin at LaCrosse.
She set an International Collegiate record
for the 50-yard butterfly in her freshman
year in college. Miss Dyer also coached
FHS's girls swimming and track teams.
Senior girls had the option of taking
independent studies courses in Physical
Education under the direction of Miss Bev-
erly Killian. She also headed girls sports
programs in the capacity of athletic direc-
Basketball coach and Physical Education
Karl Schlender Nancy L. Dyer
Don Gruber Beverly .l. Killian
department co-ordinator Mr. Don Gruber
taught junior and sophomore boys Physical
Education. He also acted as the faculty
organizer of all Homecoming activities.
Instructor for junior and senior boys Mr.
Karl Schlender advised the F-Club and
coached the football and track teams.
Far above left: Fullback Nancy Erdman attempts to
kick the ball down the field to score a needed goal.
Left: Mrs. Rehne offers a guiding hand to Andy Bauer
as he sews a seam on his Bachelor's Course project.
Phy. Ed. - 51
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Above: Mr. Cronin proves a geometric theorem dur-
ing one of the classes he taught first semester.
Above right: Sophomore Cindy Bowen examines a
live crayfish as part of a Biology lab dissection.
Right: Checking the final stages of a rocket, Physics
student Bob Miller prepares for its launching.
52 - Science-Math
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ence courses and Photography. He also
advised Photo Club. Photography students
received individual points for taking pic-
tures and developing them. The photogra-
phy students assisted in producing prints
for the Tchogeerrah and "Signal,"
Supervising a new student teacher, Mr.
Thomas Cronin, first semester, and teach-
ing Geometry and Algebra classes occupied
Mr. Wahl. Mr. Cronin assumed some teach-
ing responsibilities during the semester.
Besides building a new home during the
year, Mr. Wiederhoeft taught the basic
math courses including Algebra and Geom-
etry. He also taught the new Consumer
Math course which proved helpful to many
students. Several area businessmen pres-
ented talks on many different subjects such
as banking and life insurance.
Mr. Zentner, Mr. Spaanem and Mr.
Fuller again taught the science courses at
FHS. Mr. Zentner taught the only Conserv-
ation section last year. Mr. LaHann taught
Organic Chemistry, General Chemistry and
a second semester course in Qualitative
Left: Several Fort juniors learn about the science of
nursing while touring the Memorial Hospital.
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Science-Math - 53
Right: Janitor Jack Hish gives his opinion on the gen-
eral conduct of students to the "Signal" staff.
Below: Gail Smedal winces with pain as a county
health official injects her arm with a TB antibody.
54 - School Employees
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concerning local . . epidemic
School nurse Mrs. Beverly Findlay initi-
ated a crusade against the causes and
effects of V.D. She showed two films to jun-
ior and senior high students. Mrs. Findlay
encouraged students to seek aid if they had
questions concerning the problem.
Mrs. Clarence Robbins, Mrs. Ray Czech
and Mrs. Art Olsen supervised the lunch
program. They prepared lunches for Emery
and the Senior High, totaling over 325
meals served each day.
Mr. Ruben Stark, Mr. Jack Hish, Mr.
Above: Mr. Don Nushart endeavors to restore the
imperfection in the second floor drinking fountain.
Left: Mrs. Tekeley rings the chimes over the intercom
system prior to the daily announcements.
Above left: As one of her daily chores, Mrs. Robbins
meticulously cleans the ovens ofthe lunch rooms.
Don Nushart and Mr. Robert Kunkel kept
the stairs and halls of FHS clean. They also
waxed the floors and cleaned Phy. Ed. lock-
ers during Christmas and Easter recesses.
Office secretaries Mrs. Lorraine Tekeley
and Mrs. Sue Burrow assisted the principal
and vice principal in their many chores.
Mrs. Tekeley rang the chimes every morn-
ing for the announcements while Mrs. Bur-
row helped Mr. Merriman with the attend-
ance records and absence slips.
School Employees - 55
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NHS initiates seven sophomores into membership
National Honor Society President Mark
Zastrow served as Master of Ceremonies for
the 1973 initiation banquet held April 30.
Karen Scheid, sec., presented the new
members to those present, as Beth Gore, v.
pres., administered the pledge.
Principal Glenn Lepley presented NHS
pins and membership cards to the 32 new
members. This gave NHS a total member-
ship of 50 for the end of the 1972-73 school
year. Seven sophomores, six juniors and 19
seniors made up the group of new mem-
At the banquet, old members of the
National Honor Society explained the socie-
tyis symbol, its purpose and history to the
incoming members. New members then
took part in a candle lighting ceremony.
National Honor Society members spent
many weeks working in the commons snack
bar to repay the Student Council for spon-
soring half their page in the yearbook.
Above left, front row: S. Huttner. K. Scherwitz, S,
Eisenbrandt, M. Bienfang, K. Udey. Back row: P.
Teed, B. Dexheimer, J. Weiss, P. Schoofs, P. Jackson,
Above right, front row: C. Kluge. M. Riggs, L. Ran-
dall, L. Landowski, A. Roethe, D. Zelten, S. Rader.
Above, front row: D. Ambrose, R. Collins, B. Gore,
L. Ward, P. Heiden, K. Scheid, D. Kluge. Back row:
C. Blodgett, John Klein, .Jerry Klein, Jim Klein, M.
Zastrow, J. Aufderhaar.
waukee to defend the championship title.
Fort holds Tv6 " ho Knows?"
title after winning final round
,lim Peterson, Eric Olson, Bill Dex-
heimer, and alternate Scott Reich com-
posed the second Fort Atkinson quiz team
to win a TV6 'QWho Knowsfw championship
in five years. Another team won a similar
title in the 1968 spring series of the quiz
ln May 1973, teachers chose the group
from interested students by their ability to
answer questions from quick recall. Mr.
Don Piper coached this yearis team, while
many other teachers provided valuable
Brookfield East high school 4-79-238. The
team then beat Saint John's Military Acad-
emy 516-386, and the defending champi-
ons from West Bend West 398-354-.
Fort Atkinson trailed Creendale high
school through the first five rounds of the
championship match. Fort came out with
some needed answers in final round action
to claim a slim 376-327 win and the "Who
Knows?" title for the fallfwinter series.
Fort Atkinson sent a second team to Mil-
information and trivia for them. The new "Who Knows?,' team consisted of
Gregg Petersen, Tom McCord, capt., Kathy
Scherwitz and alternate Cindy Revels.
Sixteen southern Wisconsin schools
entered the "Who Knows?" competition. In
the eliminations Fort Atkinson defeated
Above, far left: Tv6 representative Barry Judge
awards Captain Eric Olson the championship trophy.
Above left: Members of the "Who Knows?" panel
acquaint themselves with the TV6 studio in Milwau-
Above right: Quiz team coach Mr. Piper shows an
encouraging smile at the "Who Knows?" taping.
Left: Daily sessions allow Kathy Scherwitz, Tom
McCord, and Gregg Petersen to study new material.
"Who Knows?" 59
Supervisor ilde improves appearance of car lot
Student Council kicked off the year as
president Kim Summeril greeted students
at the opening assembly. Student Council
added to its many achievements by receiv-
ing the WASC Gavel Achievement Award
for the fifth consecutive year. Also Kim
Summeril won the Student of the year
Award for his outstanding character.
Above: Mike Marquart helps in the high school snack
bar, a project sponsored by Student Council.
Right: Student Council president Kim Summeril
gives sophomores a tour of the school at orientation.
60 - Student Council
Council members earned money
throughout the year from the snack bar.
They spent this money in a variety of ways.
The Council purchased picnic tables for
student use, both in the commons and out
Many hot days students could be seen
lying on the tables for a dark tan, or just
relaxing. Parking lot supervisor Mike Wilde
spent Student Council earnings and his
time improving the appearance of the stu-
dent parking lot and surrounding area. He
had the parking lot leveled off and sanded
to keep the cars from sliding.
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Punzel, L. Luebke. K. Carbon. J. Standard. S. Koeh
ler, J. Vail. Row 2: M. Wilde, J. Foelker, B. Foudray
M. Babcock, J. Chadwick, A. Schools, M. Bienfang, M
Klotz. Row 3: S. 0'Brien, D. Letcher, S. Reich. B
Haukom, R. Lindl, S. Klug, P. Jackson. J. Peterson, B
Bates. Back row: M. Deets, B. Reineck, D. Dahnert
C. Rouse. T. Friedel. B. Carthwait. V. Butler, J. Bauer:
Above left: The parking lot committee takes care of
leveling and cleaning the student parking area.
Left: Sophomore Mark Hinich and many other stu-
dents enjoy the use of Student Council picnic tables.
Student Council - 61
Powerlifting meet raises fundsg
club buys isokenitie equipment
By sponsoring the Fort Atkinson Open
High School Powerlifting Meet, the weight
lifters earned enough money to purchase
various pieces of equipment for the club.
Funds from this event helped to purchase a
555 pound exercise set, two 4-OO pound
Olympic sets and four isokenitic machines.
During the year, lifters came in on their
own and did different types of exercises
using the weights to keep themselves in
shape. Many Fort Atkinson students partic-
ipated in the March 30 Powerlifting Meet.
Entrants lifted weights in the categories of
bench press, squat and dead lift.
C0-advisers Mr. Hovel and Mr. Kramer,
both junior high teachers, explained that in
order to perform a bench press, the weight-
lifter had to lower his weights to his chest
and then extend his arms.
To carry out the squat lift, the lifter posi-
tions himself parallel to the floor and rises,
then puts the bar back on the rack. A dead
lift can be done by picking the bar off the
floor and extending the arms above the
62 - Weight Lifting Club
Above: Mike Ferrell studies Harry Sykes as he moves
the heavy barbells into the dead lift position.
Right: Sophomore Chris Redford demonstrates one of
the many ways weight lifters prepare for a meet.
Above, far left: Andy Bauer shows stress as he exerts
strength in order to lift weights at a meet.
Above, front row: K. Pemper, S. Haubenschild, R.
Gross, D. Kibbe, A. Bauer, S. Wilde, H. Sykes, M. Fer-
rell, M. Paszko. Back row: P. Shuman, S. Coonen, R.
lanowski, M. Lenz, Mr. Kramer, Mr. Hovel, M.
McGinn, T. Wilde, B. Ehret, C. Redford.
Left: Practicing in the weight lifting room, junior
Steve Wilde attempts to deadlift 270 pounds.
Weight Lifting Club - 63
Above: Members of Bonnie Stedman's large AFS fam-
ily gather on a patio at their home in Loja, Ecuador.
Above right: Bonnie Stedman discovers a new
method of washing clothes during her stay in Ecuador.
Right: AFS student lrham Dilmy goes tobogganing
with his sister Mary Beth Simpkin and other friends.
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Ecuador hosts Bonnie Stedman
American Field Service student Irham
Dilmy journeyed to the United States in
July to stay here under the AFS program.
Irham lived with the John Simpkin family
while he attended classes here as a senior.
Irham came to Fort from Bogar, Indone-
sia, a large city located on the island of
Java. Fort Atkinson provided Irham with a
difference both in climate and scenery.
The open countryside in the area
impressed Irham, where he saw a barn for
the first time. His first encounter with snow
allowed him to participate in winter activi-
ties unheard of in Indonesia.
After Irham graduated in June, he plan-
ned to see parts of Europe before returning
home to complete his education.
Loja, Ecuador, provided Bonnie Sted-
man with an AFS home during her ten
weeks abroad between her junior and sen-
In Loja, Bonnie lived with the Arias Bur-
neo family, where she had 14- brothers and
sisters. Bonnie relied on her four years of
Spanish courses frequently because her
family couldn't understand English.
Bonnie didnit attend school in Loja, but
learned by traveling. She recommended
that students strive for more AFS travel
because it was a great experience meeting
people from new lands.
Left: Reading a famous American novel, Irham Dilmy
relaxes in typical Indonesian costume.
Mellow Winds sta e band plays for
One hundered and two band members
diligently marched out onto the football
field everday at eight a.m., for several
weeks. Out on the cold, damp field the
Blackhawk band practiced marching for the
many parades and football games they
attended during the 1973 football season.
Band Day proved to be a challenge for
the Blackhawk band as they travelled to
Madison for a gathering of several selected
high school bands. After practicing together
all morning, the bands played for the half-
time show of the Badger game.
Mr. Werve conducted the Blackhawk
marching band which placed third in both
the Fort Fest and Gemeiitlichkeit Parades.
The Mellow Winds stage band, consist-
ing of adults and highschool students,
played at the Fort Atkinson Alumni Ban-
quet in May. Mr. Grayson Babcock directed
the stage band and concert band, which
performed for many concerts during the
Above, front row: C. Donohue, L. Fox, J. Koch, S.
Church, S. O,Brien, L. Lueder, L. Heth, S. Bowen, V.
Wendlandt. Back row: M. Simpkin, J. Schultz, L.
Randall, Mrs. N. Price, J. Desjarlais, S. Larsen, J.
Olson, Mr. G. Werve, J. Kube, P. Schroeder, M. Hum-
Right: The Blackhawk band practices marching with
other participating bands at UWM's Band Day.
66 - Band
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Band students choose site of tri-annual journey
In order to raise funds for the bandis
1975 summer excursion music students
traveled around town selling magazine sub-
scriptions during the first semester.
For their December 18th Christmas Con-
cert, band members prepared and studied
their music. Those that attended enjoyed
the delightful selection presented by the
group. They played "Russian Christmas
Musicv and "Second Symphanyf, The fea-
ture of the evening called "Christmas
Story" provided listeners with a narration.
In January, members of the Blackhawk
band voted on the destination of their 1975
tri-annual trip. The band spent much time
preparing for the Pop's Concert held on
February 10th and 11th. The Delavan
Music festival in March also consumed
much of the band's time.
Above: Blackhawk band, under the direction of stu-
dent teacher Mr. Sievert, plays concert music.
Above right: Pat Schroeder and Mary Sue Hum-
phrey stand at attention prior to the Gemutlichkeit
Days Parade inspection, held by Mrs. Nancy Price.
Right: J. Anderson, J. Kjellenberg, D. Cushman, J.
Kube, G. Kirschmier, B. Brown, K. Carbon, L.
Amacher, J. Burrow, M. Root, T. Lueder, S. Bulgrin,
R. Petrie, J. Borchardt, S. Hinz, S. Mepham, R. Sucha-
nek, D. McNeir, D. Werner, D. Jung, B. Mepham.
68 - Band
Above: B. Choichois, L. Fox, S. Bowen, S. Peterson,
A. Schoofs, P. Schroeder, A. Elwood, S. Meyer, I.
Koch, T. McCord, L. Emriclc, D. Foelker, V. Garrett,
C. Maas, D. Schoeller, D. Stockfisch, J. Schultz, S.
Czech, P. Congdon, L. Steinke, L. Klug, L. Goulder.
Left: M. Hobe, D. Laach, K. Marshall, E. Zemel, R.
Hagen, S. Peterson, J. Stannard, A. Kordodzky, V.
Garrett, W. Heinz, L. Emrick, J. Pleester, R. Abbott.
Below left: Drummers keep the band in step while
performing during halftime on the football field.
Band g 69
Choir sells scented candles for
new music dept
During the second nine weeks choir stu-
dents sold candles and stationery to raise
money for the new acoustical shell.
On November 16, Parents Night, the
choir sang and danced to "Everything's
Coming up Rosesw during halftime of the
last football game.
The choir prepared six numbers for the
high school music department Christmas
concert on December 18.
The treble clef choir, formerly known as
Above right: Mrs. Romstad directs both the orches-
tra and concert choir in a medley of Christmas carols.
Right: Choir member Ann Roethe participates in the
presentation of "Everything,s Coming Up Roses."
70 - Choir
the Cirlls Chorale, visited the Fort Atkin-
son Womenls Club and sang for other clubs
during the Christmas season. They also
sang at Santa's House. The choir partici-
pated in church activities and sang during
various religious services.
Both choirs worked hard through the
winter season preparing for the annual
spring concert and solo and ensemble festi-
-val held in early spring at Delavan.
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Left, front row: S. Pettegrew, B. Canard, K. Hauhen-
schild, K. Gebhardt, K. Wollet, D. Seavert, J, Bleilcr.
Row 2: D. Murray, M. Furley, N. Erdman, M. Simp-
kin, K. Rasmussen, S. Cooley, K. Jelinek, K, Falk, Mr.
James. Row 3: D. Eastlick, M. Leedle, J. Fischer, C.
Wenham, I. Ludwig, N. Lemerand, T. Koch, S.
Schroeder, D. 0'Conner. Back row: P. Teed, N. Jen-
sen, C, Akright, D. Wolfgram, P. Mielke, K. Sum-
meril, J. Lewis, G. Hedding, R. Rasmussen.
Above, front row: D. Buchholtz, S. Eisenbrandt, S
Allen, G. Griffin, V. Wendlandt, M. Nordeen, B. Tou
ton, A. Roethe, M. Humphrey, S. Schmitt, B. Menzel
S. Church, J. Louis. Row 2: D. Lewis, T. Plue, P.
Heine, D. Hartwig, L. Luebke, V. Ciaglo, J. Hevey, S
Lonsdale, L. Stewart, N. LaMuro, L, Riddell, J. Ros
tollan. Row 3: S. Cooley, D. Core, J. Heiser, H. Rawd
ing, J. Sarnosky, D. Hays, B. Rheineck, L. Oathout, L.
Landowski, P. Schroeder, L. Stoudy, F. Thureson, K
Dillin. Row 4-: C. Forsberg, C. Davis, T. Canton, B
Stedman, T. Erdman, P. Teed, K. Donohue, T
Yonash, R. Milleson, M. Marquart, R. Humphrey, B
DeWitt, Mr. James. Back row: D. Shanahan, I
Dihlmy, D. Fronk, L. Russell, C. Harmon, J. Bor-
chardt, S. Larsen, R. Dems, D. Lemke, K. Morse, L.
Brandt, M. Root.
Choir - 71
Interest in the orchestra grew over the
past year with each performance. The
orchestra accompanied the chorus during
the school musical, "Br'adoonf'
At the annual Spring concert orchestra
members elected Rhonda Collins as the out-
standing senior orchestra member. Mrs.
Romstad, orchestra director, presented
Miss Collins with the National School
Above left: Mary Offerdahl plays the piano to accom-
pany the orchestra during practice.
Above right: A seven piece ensemble of the Milwau-
kee Symphony Orchestra plays during the first of the
symphony's three concerts at the school.
Right: FHS orchestra members demonstrate their
instruments for students at Emery school. The mem-
bers hope to spark more interest in orchestra member-
72 -- Orchestra
National School Orchestra Award
Orchestra Award at the end of the concert.
Orchestra Boosters helped the group
raise money to provide scholarships
enabling orchestra members to attend
music camps and clinics during the sum-
Orchestra had hopes of recruiting new
members this year. They spent a few days
visiting the various elementary schools
throughout the district. At the schools, they
demonstrated the playing ability of the dif-
ferent instruments and told what belonging
to orchestra was like.
The group took two trips this year for
enjoyment. One of these was a concert with
a dinner following. The other trip was a pic-
nic and swimming party.
Left: Senior orchestra member Kelly Chadwick con-
centrates on leaming a new piece of music in class.
Above, front now: A. Thomas, G. Kluge, C. Moon,
M. Hedding, K. Morse, M. Root. Row 2: D. Ajango,
K. Kamrath, S. Johnson, B. Dailey, S. Lampert, Mary
Jones, B. Chadwick, A. Tauch. Row 3: T. Radloff, D.
Redford, S. Kluge, M. Offerdahl, D. Lehman, R. Offer-
dahl, Margaret Jones, C. Kluge, S. Schroeder, L.
Torpy. Back row: Mrs. Romstad, K. Chadwick, C.
Johnson, N. Geszvain, L. Kleifgen, J. Krause, M.
Riggs, B. Lyke, K. Kluge.
Orchestra - 73
Four obtain "
Twenty-eight determined students kicked
off the forensic season on February 5,
1973, when FHS determined who would
represent Fort Atkinson in the sectional
forensic competition. Two FHS students
participated in each of nine categories with
the exception of the significant speech cate-
On April 28, eight students- traveled to
Madison to attend the state meet on the UW
I'3tll1 S at state
campus. Four of the eight competitors
received "A" ratings. The award winners
included Gail Griffin, interpretive proseg
Jim Klein, declamationg ,lohn Klein, origi-
nal oratoryg and Patty Teed, poetry.
Mr. Schubert coached the 1973 team
with the assistance of Mrs. Krizsan. Between
the two they planned and carried out the
first Badger Conference Forensic meet
which occurred on April 15. Six of the con-
ference schools attended the competition
which turned out to be a success for FHA.
With students participating in eight cate-
gories, Fort Atkinsonis team took the tro-
phy forthe highest point total.
Mr. Carlson advised the debate team
which consisted of three senior high school
members and two junior high members.
Above, front row: S. Eiscnbrandt, V. Ciaglo. Row
2: B. Bullock, S. Schmidt, B. Stedman. Back row: K.
Cox, G. Griffin, A. Roethe, P. Teed, C. Harman.
Right: Debater Steve Hammer systematically looks
over his argument before an important meet.
74- - Debate-Forensu s
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FHS Thespians visit convention,
replace musical with "Follies"
Twenty-five students strived to express
themselves, to be creative and most of all,
to convey an idea, meaning or theme to an
audience. These people and their adviser,
Mrs. Fixmer, made up FHS's branch of the
International Thespian Society.
Although being a Thespian member was
not a prerequisite for acting in the all-
school play, many who participated in "The
Skin of Our Teeth" were Thespians.
Viterbo College, LaCrosse, hosted the
State Thespian Convention in 1973. Mrs.
Fixmer and ten Thespian members
attended the convention, along with partici-
pants from other charter troops throughout
the state. Viterbo College presented the
modern opera Q'Herod,,, and Janesville Par-
ker senior high school dramatized the
Greek classic, "Antigone,', in modern cos-
Thespian Follies was the Thespians'
major achievement in the 1973-74 school
year. They invited both faculty members
and the student body to try out. Students
made up original acts and auditioned for
this production. A silent movie, an imper-
sonation of Nixon, and a men's kicking
line, whose members included Mr. Lepley
and Mr. Roub, were among the acts pres-
Above left: Masters of ceremonies, Mr. Wiederhoeft
and Mr. Carlson, rehearse for the "Follies"
Left, front row: D. Buchholtz, C. Schroeder, S. Poep-
pel, E. Zemel, S. Schmidt, S. Eisenbrandt. Row 2:
Mrs. Fixner, L. Goodman, C. Griffin, V. Ciaglo, V.
Wendlandt, L. Riddell, M. Simpkin. Row 3: J. Hevey,
K. Cox, B. Bullock, K. Carpentier, L. Landowski, B.
Stedman. Back row: L. Russell, I. Sarnosky, A.
Roethe, M. Hoffman, C. Harman, P. Teed, L. Lueder.
Below left: Ellen Zemel, Kathy Carpentier and Vicki
Ciaglo relax after a busy day at Viterbo College.
Thespians - 75
F-Club negotiates possibilit of female members
Threatened by the entry of nearly 20
girls into F-Club, Mr. Karl Schlender
organized a committee of ten members to
decide if female letter winners should be
allowed to join F'-Club. This was the first
year at FHS that girls received letters for
their achievements in the area of athletics.
After pondering and discussing the issue,
the committee decided against allowing the
girls to join FHS,s lettermen's club.
After each sports season new letter win-
ners joined F-Club, and older members put
them through embarrassing but hilarious
The only requirements for belonging to
F-Club were the possession of a letter and
upholding the standards set up by the ath-
letic board for all athletes, male and female,
at Fort Atkinson high school.
Above, front row: K. Chadwick, L. Turner, S.
Wilde, S. Zelten, M. Hacht, D. Smithback, D. Heinz,
D. Frank. Row 2: L. Russell, B. Dexheimer, C. Fors- 1 ,
berg, J. Chadwick, S. Reich, P. Jackson, M. Babcock,
D. Draeger, D. Merriman, D. Hill, M. Marquart. Row
3: D. Wells, K. Dahnert, G. Petersen, T. Yonash, S.
Larsen, R. Abbott, J. Dennis, B. Huber, E. Guden-
schwager, S. Angus, R. Lindl. Row 4: S. Burnette, E.
Olson, J. Kjellenberg, M. Hobe, R. Gess, C. Rouse, E.
Jacobson, D. Ketter, R. Suchanek, B. Garthwait, G.
Tolen, M.. Hoffman. Back row: Mr. Schlender, D.
Kibbe, M. Ferrell, T. Godfrey, J. Kelly, K. Knoll, S.
Klug, M. Lenz, B. Jones, J. Weiss, D. McCabe.
Right: As a service provided by F-Club, Kim Sum-
meril works coatchecking at a home basketball game.
76 - F-Club
Pep Club sells Blackhawk beanies
and concessions at invitational
Advising Pep Club for her first year was
Mrs. Barbara Kuehl. Approximately 35
members held elections in the fall for new
officers. Kathy Cox assumed the position of
president, Sandy Poeppel, vice-president,
and Sue Schmidt secretary.
Pep Club members held regular meetings
Wednesdays after school in the activity
room. During Homecoming week partici-
pating members sponsored a booth with a
pretty legs contest. They also sold Black-
hawk buttons to raise funds for the group.
Participants attempted to bolster school
spirit by holding a Homecoming sign paint-
ing contest and a yelling contest. Other
activities included operating a concessions
stand at the Wrestling Invitational, sponsor-
ing buses to away games and selling Black-
hawk hats. The group also donated 3100 to
the pom-pom girls.
Above left: Deb Zelten supports Pep Club by energet-
ically modeling the hats being sold by the group.
Left, front row: C. Schroeder, N. LaMuro, G. Sme-
dal, D. Buchholtz, V. Ciaglo, L. Austin, K. Carbon, G.
Griffin, S. Schmidt. Row 2: L. Strom, M. Bienfang, S.
Punzel, M. Mode. S. Poeppel, J. Stroeh. K. Hauben.
schild, L. Rolhberger. Row 3: C. Kluge, D. Fiedler, I.
Ludwig, D. Zelten, K. O'Donnell, D. Werner, K.
Lantz, J. Fischer, K. Carpentier, Mrs. Kuehl. Row 4:
D. Schultz, D. Lewis, M. Riggs, L. Randall, B. Menzel,
J. Marquart, K. Griffin, C. Klement, S. Patrick, H.
Rawding, M. Klotz, M. Ament, L. Klug, R. Umland,
D. Wolfgram, J. Schultz, S. Niehus, B. Turner, S. Paw-
lowski, S. Lewicki, S. Wallace, K. Cox.
Below left: After hanging signs for the Jefferson
game, Sue Kutz shakily descends from her ladder.
Pep Club - 77
rt League members decorate downtown windows
During the course of the year, Art
League members created a variety of pro-
jects from painting, to pottery, to pump-
kins. They held a bake sale to aid them in
purchasing needed materials for their
Art League members helped during the
78 - Art League
festive week of Homecoming. They volun-
teered to paint spirit raising signs on store
windows in the downtown area. Norm God-
frey, co-owner of The Pharmacy, donated
the paint for the talented students. Art
League members followed tradition by carv-
ing pumpkins during the month of October.
Artists also found time to make and hang
projects for the 1974 Hoard Art Show and
to set up the High School Spring Art Show.
Many left FHS with the products of their
hard spent time in search of profit.
Above left: Nancy Lemerand labels her work while
helping to set up the Art Show in the activity room.
Above: Art League V. Pres. Dick Griffin pauses
before completing his canvas stretching frame.
Right: Sophomore Richard Kokalares sets the press
in preparation for printing his collagraph.
fss . if
bove: Gail Smedal confers with Brian Cary
applying gesso to her Art League project.
Above, front row: J. Foelker, J. Sarnosky, G. Sme-
dal, L. Weber, R. Prabst, B. Touton. Row 2: G.
B. Messmer, K. Touton, S. Mepham, L. Austin,
Colinski, D. Griffin, L. Komes, L. Brown, D. Holi,
Hase. Row 3: L. Horton, Jill Krause, C. Moon, T.
L. Dennis, T. Canton, D. Hartwig, K. Carpenlier,
Kraus, J. Kutz, K. Coonen. Row 4:1 Christian,
Foudray, l. Golich, A. Rodrigues, H. Rawding, S.
M. Leikness, J. Mason, B. Turner, S. Schroe-
P. Baker, S. Breitsprecher, G. Hummel. Back
S. McNeill, P. Davis, J. Koehler, M. Frenzel, S.
B. Cheek, G. Golich, J. Heiser, B. DeWitt, E.
er, R. Gess, P. Bauer, E. Gess.
Art League 4 79
Redskins award 50 scholarshipg
burn riVal's effi at bonfire
Redskins' junior class members were
responsible for making the traditional ini-
tials of the Homecoming rival. Students
enjoyed drenching their favorite teachers at
Redskins' Homecoming booth. Participants
used a squirt gun in attempting to extin-
guish a candle held by a teacher.
Each year Redskins award a S550 scholar-
ship to a senior member. The recipient in
Above right: Dressed as a teenager of the 50's, Gail
Smedal prepares to paint signs for Homecoming.
Right, front row: G. Smedal, K. Fiedler, S. Allen, V.
Wendlandt, S. Schmitt, L. Heth, K. Lantz. Row 2:
Mrs. Swanson, N. Yoder, L. Goodman, C. Schimming,
A. Schoofs, G. Griffin, C. Frandson, N. LaMuro, V.
Ciaglo. Row 3: J. Fischer, D. Werner, L. Steinke, C.
Maas, C. Klement, B. Ghoichois, M. Bienfang, S. Lew-
icki, M. Simpkin. Back row: L. Randall, L. Lueder,
N. Kutz, A. Roethe, S. Kutz, J. Schultz, L. Emrick, L.
Landowski, F. Fixmer.
Below right: Mrs. Swanson smiles apprehensively as
she waits for the next blast of cold water.
80 - Redskins
1973 was Pat Heiden, past Redskins presi-
dent. ln order to raise money for the schol-
arship, Redskins undertook many projects.
Their biggest and most profitable undertak-
ing was Redskins' mid-winter formal in Jan-
uary. Other projects were ushering for the
Pop's Concert, selling concessions at the
local Community Theatre productions, and
ushering for the All-School Play.
Key Club plays baseball with countryside residents
Homecoming was one of the first pro-
jects of the year for many organizations,
and so it was for Key Club, FHS's honor
organization for boys. Key Club members
volunteered their study halls to work in the
omecoming voting booths. They also had
booth called "Stump the Band" at the car-
nival following the Homecoming game.
Mr. Elwood Carlson remained as the
adult advisor to Key Club again this year.
At one of their first meetings in 1973, Key
Club's 34- members elected Phil Schoofs,
president, Jim Foelker, secretaryg Greg
Peterson, treasurer, Eric Olson, senior class
chairman, and Dale Wells, junior class
Key Club tackled many service projects
such as helping at the Blood Bank, judging
and setting up cross country meets, and
playing baseball with the residents at the
Countryside Home and Hospital.
K ,H I. 's
Above, front row: K. Chadwick, P. Ackman, B. Dex-
heimer, B. Petrie, S. Zelten, J. Schaefer, D. Wentz, D.
Cushman. Row 2: M. Root, M. Hobe, S. Larsen, E.
Gudenschwager, C. Harman, P. Jackson, B. Yonker, C.
Forsberg. Row 3: D. Wells, C. Peterson, D. Bickle, S.
Hammer, S. Klug, S. Burnette, P. Merkt, E. Olson.
Back row: Mr. Carlson, J. Foelker, M. Leikness, J.
Janke, J. Borchardt, P. Schoofs, D. Dannert, Mr. Mer-
Left: "Stump the Band" occupies Mike Babcock's
time after the Homecoming game against Sun Prairie.
Key Club - 81
Spanish lub travels to Chicagog
all Hangers yield major profits
Mrs. Marion Dexheimer and Mrs. Evelyn
Widmann served as co-advisers of the 30
member Spanish club. Participants held
monthly meetings the fourth Thursday after
Students that attended the September
meeting voted for club officers. Debbie Zel-
ten assumed the position of president, while
Jeanna Kraus acted as vice-president and
Steve Hammer was secretary.
Right, front row: D. Lewis, S. Rader, S. Schmidt, D.
Holi, Mrs. Dexheimer, K. Coonen, K. Lantz, J. Leigh-
ton. Row 2: C. Kluge, D. Werner, M. Riggs, L.
Steinke, K. Maas, I. Kraus, A. Schoofs, S. Lewicki, B.
Chiochios. Row 3: D. Brandt, K. Cox, T. Canton, D.
Zelten, J. Schultz, L. Amacher, B. Stedman, S. Punzel.
Back row: L. Lueder, V. Ciaglo, S. Larsen, S. Ham-
mer, J. Foelker, P. Ackman.
Above right: Phil Schoofs steadies the pinata as he
anticipates the contents of the holiday parrot.
82 - Spanish Club
Members sponsored a booth at the carni-
val after the Homecoming football game
which featured a ring-toss with prizes for
the student adept at that game. Other activi-
ties included the selling of Harvey-wall-
Hangers, which were a type of bulletin
board, and traveling to Chicago to see the
Spanish ballet Folklorico. They also experi-
mented with native Spanish food.
rench Club holds second annual Christmas dinner
Early planning set off a good year for
French Club members and their adviser,
Mrs. Nancy Price. They began the year by
sponsoring a booth at the Homecoming car-
nival. They served cream puffs along with
other French cuisine baked by the mem-
The 23 members held elections for offi-
cers in September of 1973. Assuming
offices were Mary Sue Humphrey as presi-
dent and Noreen Kutz as vice-president.
Members held weekly meetings on Wed-
nesdays after school to discuss business
matters. These included various French
pastry sales held in the commons and a
combined second annual Christmas dinner
and party which members held in the home
economics room. The participants prepared
and consumed French food. Money earned
by students through the various projects
went to pay for the club,s activities.
Above, front row: D. Buchholtz, G. Smedal, ,l. Frey,
B. Canard, L. Horton. Row 2: .l. Fischer, L. Dennis,
K. Sherwitz, L. Abell, S. Schroeder, M. Humphrey.
Row 3: L. Steinke, D. Ketter, K. Fixmer, N. Kutz, P.
Baker, L. Thureson. Back row: D. Werner, J. Rostol-
lan, K. Jensen, A. Roethe, L. Landowski, H. Healy,
Left: French Club members prepare a reading to be
taped so their pronunciation may be improved.
French Club 7 83
Co-ordination of department faces AV team dail
AV club proved to be very essential in
the workings of the school. The department
scheduled interested students into the AV
center to work with the audio-visual equip-
ment during their free periods. They taped
television programs, took care of recorders,
players and tapes, and repaired equipment.
Students also broadcasted their own shows
Above: Sophomore AV club member Brad Hish
arranges letter blocks on the sign press for printing.
Above right: Secretary Mrs. Donkle goes over the
daily program schedules set up for AV club members.
Right, front row: L. Shanahan, P. Mittelstadt, C.
Davis, P. Ackman, Mr. Erickson. Back row: R.
Kreideman, S. Hammer, B. Hish,
84 - AV Club
originating in the AV center. AV members
produced the Stanford Achievement testing
instructions and school registration pro-
gram in this manner.
Students belonging to AV club earned
V1 credit for their independent studies. In
the evenings students came to the AV cen-
ter to videotape programs that did not
appear during school. They also spent
several Saturdays taping and viewing
Lance Shanahan and Mr. John Erickson
served as AV co-ordinators, while Mrs.
Donkle worked as secretary for the group.
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C ess Club engages in area playg
evenings serve as practice hours
In order to he ready to take on any and
all challengers, members of the FHS chess
club spent several nights after school build-
ing up their knowledge of the game.
In its second year of competition, the
chess club posted several wins. Although
the club had a small membership, it started
the season with a 4-1 victory over Whitewa-
ter. They followed this with a 3-2 win over
Jefferson. Not only did they play area
schools, but they competed against large
schools, such as Janesville Craig. The team
also struggled through a game against a
group of students from UW-Whitewater.
From practice sessions Mr. Camplin,
team co-ordinator, rated each member's
ability and stamina. This ranking deter-
mined match placement of the players.
Terry Canton, an honorary chess club
member from Nicaragua, added to the eve-
ning practices by teaching participants the
Spanish names of the playing pieces.
Above left: Steve Hammer's chess skills hold Terry
Canton's attention during a practice match.
Left, front row: T. Strom, M. Hoffman, P. Ackman.
Row 2: S. Hammer, R. Kreideman. Back row: B.
Krause, Mr. Camplin, J. Janke.
Above: Chess club member Phil Ackman maintains
deep concentration in a match against Tom Strom.
Ihess Club - 85
Photo Club visits photography exhibition at UW-W
Photo Club consisted of ten advanced
photographers and Mr. Raasoch, their advi-
ser. The ten participants held bi-monthly
meetings in an unstructured fashion, with-
The overall motives for the photo club
members included improving their photog-
raphy skills, experimenting with new films
and developing techniques and finding
more interesting subject matter. As an extra
project two students, Doug Merriman and
Jim Peterson, worked as photographers for
the "Daily Jefferson County Union."
A field trip to Whitewater proved educa-
tional for the photo club members. The
work of several renowned photographers
was on display for the general public.
Above, front row: Mr. Raasoch, B. Haukom, B.
Huber, J. Bauer, D. Merriman, D. Smithback. Back
row: S. Peterson, B. MacWilliams, J. Kammer, J.
Right: Working in the darkroom, lim Peterson and
Brian Haukom prepare to enlarge contacted prints.
86 - Photo Club
FHA participates in fall rallyg
attends state convention in June
Mrs. Ehrke and Mrs. Kuehl advised the
Future Homemakers of America, an organi-
zation for girls interested in the area of
home making and home furnishing.
Early in the year FHS's 25 members col-
lected annual dues, elected officers and
started planning activities for the 1973-74-
school year. As a service project, FHA held
a Christmas party for the underprivileged
children in the community. They also gave
a tea for the high school teachers.
FHA participated in several district and
state activities, including the fall rally at
Milton where members from all over the
district met to discuss new ideas and to
compare individual clubs. FHA also sent
delegates to the state convention at Green
Lake in June. In order to raise money for
many of these projects FHA sold tee-shirts,
stationery and baked goods.
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'ff' i sis'
Above, front row: D. Schultz, D. Lewis, J. Waga, L.
Wollet, D. Mittelstadt, K. O'Donnell, S. Hish. Row 2:
D. Keller, M. Ament, L. Klug, S. Orton. C. Geller, D.
Arndt. Row 3: Mrs. Kuehl, B. Kutz, L. Randall, S.
Neihus, L. Thureson, P. Baker, B. Smith, Mrs. Ehrke.
Back row: B. Turner, J. Saterlee, L. Milheiser, D.
Wolfgram, W. janke, R. Umland.
Above left: Mrs. Swanson winks at the photographer
as she enjoys cookies at the FHA teachers' tea.
Left: Beverly Smith and Linda Wollet hurry through
clean up after baking cookies for FHA.
FHA - 87
Right, front row: J. Thayer, J. Tolan, T. Hill, J. Sno-
die. G. Schroeder, G. Stasch, S. Coffee. Back row: R.
Janowski, R. Lea, J. Meyer, G. Lyke, D. Riggs, S.
Foltz. B. Endl.
Far above right: The smell of fresh popcorn brings
Bill Kirchmayer to the FFA concession stand. FFA
members Brad Hish and Bill Mepham collect his
Right: Connie Yandry helps unload the truckload of
citrus fruits sold by FFA members to raise money.
Above: Chris Wenham displays Doc, one of the rab-
bits she raises as stock for hor FFA co-op project.
Future Farmers of America build
Future Farmers of America had a very
active summer. They sponsored a booth at
the State Fair. The BOAC, Building Our
American Communities, project found FFA
building a twenty-two acre learning center.
Ten FFA members traveled through the
Badlands as reward for top fruit sellers.
Allan Cook and Wayne Dahnert received
the State Farmer Degree. FFA elected sen-
ior Ron Hagen to the state FFA band.
Projects included raising rabbits and
selling refreshments at games. Extra activi-
ties were a Christmas toy drive and the dis-
tribution of sand at several gas stations.
This project consisted of FFA members col-
lecting milk cartons and filling them with
sand for the public to use. FFA also took
orders for fresh citrus fruit.
Above, front row: R. Wenham, D. Dahnert, C. Dai
ley, D. McKinney, K. Dahnert, R. Hagen, D. Dracger,
D. Jones. Row 2: J. Rader, H. Stork, L. Staude, C.
Wenham, B. Snodie, J. Peterson, B. Hish, Don Foltz,
Dan Foltz. Row 3: B. Mcpham, M. Paszko, G. Kutz,
A. Garvcrt, R. Knoflicek, S. Huttner, D. Kutz, S
Peterson, Chris Revels, N. Buckingham, Mr. Nehring.
Row 4-: D. Olson, S. Stork, B. DeWitt, D. Peterson, R.
Stockfisch, C. Yandry, J. Kube, J. Wendorf, Cindy
Revels. Back row: Mr. Mercer, L. Hinton, K. Roloff,
S. Lemke, R. Wendorf, R. Ganzow, S. Tyler, J. Wal-
ters, R. Gess, D. Cartwright, H. McKinney, D. Jung.
FFA - 89
Alpine Valley Resort provides slopes for ski club
Ski club started off the year electing Tom
Freeman as their president and Scott Peter-
son as vice president. ln early March the
club held a bake sale to raise funds for year-
book pages and skiing trips.
Alpine Valley provided the slopes for ski
club's many excursions. Senior high and
junior high students went along on the first
trip, with the following trips strictly for sen-
ior high students. Many casualties befell ski
club members during the winter. Brent
MacWilliams broke his leg while skiing
with the club on January 8, and most mem-
bers received bumps and bruises.
Mr. Reed, ski club adviser, and Tom
Freeman arranged a weekend skiing trip at
Devi1's Head during the weekend of Febru-
ary 22 to the 24-.
904 Ski Club
Above: The quiet ofthe slopes inspires an Alpine Val-
ley ski instructor to run the slalom course.
Left: Describing the skiing accident in which he broke
his leg, Brent MacWilliams grimaces with pain.
Far Below: Ski club president Tom Freeman discov-
ers that crayfish have sharp pinchers.
Below: Relaxing in the snow, Steve Limberts watches
as a skier flies over a snow ramp.
Ski Club - 91
Finances enable "Signal to switch to newsprint
Five times a week nineteen FHS students
met with Mr. Gail Roub to produce the
monthly publication ofthe "Signal."
Editor Keith Morse attended a journal-
ism clinic during the summer months. The
entire staff attended a journalism conven-
tion held at the University of Wisconsin-
Whitewater. Individuals went to lectures
and work sessions organized by the journal-
ism department at Whitewater, For the sec-
ond year in a row, the "Signal,' received a
first place award from the Whitewater Uni-
versity for the 1972-73 publications.
Business manager Ellen Zemel handled
the finances for the "Signal.,, The "Sig-
nal" earned funds through monthly news-
paper and subscription sales. They also
sold advertising to the local merchants.
Above, front row: Copy ed. M. Simpkin, L. Komes,
Bus. Mgr. E. Zemel, J. Schaefer. Row 2: G. Griffin,
ed. K. Morse, S. Kutz, A. Roethe. Row 3: B. Jones, S.
Angus, M. Lenz. J. Kammer. Back row: J. Weiss, M.
Right: After school, Ellen Zemel stops at Hallmark
Cards to collect for their ad in the "Signal."
92 - "sig:-aw
Yearbook editor picks Mondriaan
as la out style for 1974 yearbook
Production of the yearbook took the free
time of Tchogeerrah staffers throughout the
1973-74 school year. Plans for the 1974
book began in June with editor Lisa Lue-
der attended a journalism clinic at the Uni-
versity of Wisconsin-Eau Claire.
More complex, than last year's mosaic
style, students worked with a new layout
style known as Mondriaan. The work of the
19th century artist inspired the new layout
style which bears his name. His compos-
itions usually consisted of three basic ele-
ments: the three primary colors, the three
non-colors and an off-center cross.
During September, the entire yearbook
staff convened at UW-Whitewater for a one-
day journalism clinic. The 1973 Tcho-
geerrah, judged by journalism professors
at the University, ranked third out of 33.
Money raising projects were a major
activity for the yearbook class. Because the
price of a book to the student covered only
one-half the total cost of production. Tcho-
geerrah staff members solicited the local
merchants for aid. In an effort to pick up
sales students created "catchy" announce-
ments to be read over the P.A. system dur-
ing classes several hours of the day.
After the final pages reached the pub-
lisher in the spring, yearbook adviser, Mrs.
Kohls set up individual learning activities,
a first for the entire class.
Above left: During a busy day, Louise Randall cor-
rects copy forthe Tchogeen-ah's next deadline.
Above, front row: J. Foelker, J. Stroeh, K. Carpen-
tier, M. Leikness, B. Cossio, J. Peterson, L. Austin, P.
Hruska, S. Poeppel, Mrs. Kohls. Back row: B. Kutz,
K. Cox, Bus. Mgr. V. Ciaglo, ed. L. Lueder, Copy ed.
L. Randall, C. Klement, B. Bullock.
Left: Bill Cossio spends many hours working on final
pages for the next printing of the Tchogeerrah.
Tchogeerrah - 93
Right, Varsity cheerleaders, front row: G. Sme-
dal, M. Lanoway. Back row: L. Strom, D. Buchholtz,
Below: FHS cheerleading squads presented their ver
sion of Sha-ra-ra at the Homecoming pep assembly.
Above, Jr. Varsity cheerleaders: L. Brown, D. Kel- Rishi:Wrestling,v0lleyballChf2er1GHder Nanci'
ter B- Rheimwk M.K10,Z Jtswnnardh LaMuro raises enthusiasm at the Homecoming hon-
, l l fire.
96 - Cheerleaders
Cheerleaders, pom-pom girls paint concession stand
After returning from summer cheerlead-
ing camps, all three FHS squads began
work in their job of raising school spirit.
Varsity cheerleaders, led by Captain Mimi
Beinfang, attended the United States Cheer-
leaders Association Camp at George Wil-
liams College. Captain Diane Ketter led the
l.V. squad which attended the National
Cheerleading Camp at U.W. Stout. The
wrestling and volleyball cheerleaders, led
by Captain Sandi Punzel, also attended the
United States Cheerleaders Camp at George
Williams College in Williams Bay, Wis.
The cheerleaders and the pom-pom girls
held money raising projects to help cut the
cost of the summer camps and the new uni-
forms for the pom-pom girls. Bake sales,
car washes, and booths at the Homecoming
Carnival raised money for these groups.
During the summer the girls painted the
concession stand near the football field in
school colors. The cheerleaders also pres-
ented skits at pep rallies throughout the
Mrs. Nancy Price served as the varsity,
J.V., and wrestling cheerleaders' adviser for
the third year. Mrs. Rebne advised the
twelve girl pom-pom squad.
Far above, Pom-pom girls, front row: L. Austin,
C. Kluge, K. Haubenschild, C. Riedel. Back row: S.
Rader, K. Cox, K. Lantz, M. Mode, L. Rothberger, K.
Garrett, S. Lewicki, S. Poeppel.
Above: The pom-pom girls provide an added attrac-
tion to halftime activities at home games.
Left, Wrestling, volleyball cheerleaders, bot-
tom: S. Punzel. Back row: V. Ciaglo, N. LaMuro, J.
Cheerleaders - 97
New system determines championg
ayer, I-lobe set school records
A new system initiated this year for
determining the conference champion shat-
tered the 1973 track teamas hopes of retain-
ing the conference championship. The sys-
tem included dual meets with the other
schools and the conference meet. The team
that accumulated the most dual meet
points, along with their finish in the confer-
ence meet, won the championship. Coach
Schlender,s thinclads lost dual meets to
Middleton and Monona Grove. This elimi-
nated any hopes of retaining the conference
Earlier in the 1973 season Fort came
through with respectable performances at
the La Crosse Invitational, placing 3rd out
tational, placing 2nd out of 8.
Team members, individual performances
produced many new records. Three school
records fell as Dale Mayer set records in the
pole vault, soaring 13 feet, 8 IA inches and
also in the long jump, leaping 21 feet. Matt
Hobe set the third record as he triple
jumped 40 feet, 4- W inches. Steve Larsen
was the only Hawk to be a conference
champion as he won the 880 yard run in a
time of 2.02.2 minutes. Larsen and sprinter
Dean Wiesmann both qualified for sec-
tional competition, but these performances
failed to qualify them for State.
Ten lettermen returned to Coach Schlen-
der's thinclads team. They formed the
of 8g at the Madison West Relays, placing
7th out of 4-23 and at the Racine Case Invi-
nucleus of the 1974+ Fort track team.
Above, Jr. Varsity, front row: S. Alwin, D.
Emmons, K. Dahnert, T. Schuelke, B. Huber, J. Sykes,
D. Hollenbeck, M. Marquart, Coach Knoll. Back
row: J. Mason, C. -Redford, D. Riedy, B. Mepham, J.
Peterson, D. Polzin, K. Marshall, B. Wachuta, Mgr. B.
Kirchmayer, M. Ferrell, D. Kibbe, B. Haukom, R. F011
Gross, E. Eastlick, T. Sullivan, B. Schroeder, T. Frie-
63 ............ 63
55 ............ 68
76 ............ 52
93 ............ 42
113 ............ 35 Stoughton
102 ............ 69 '
98 - Track
Fort I I
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. . . Parker
. . . Monroe
. . . Edgerton
. . . Watertown
. . . Jefferson
. . . Stoughton
. , . Middleton
. . . Sun Prairie
. . . Monona Grove
. . . Oconomowoc
. . . Whitewater
. . . . .3!4-2 West Relays
For "A" Inv.
99 . . . 28
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Left: Varsity runners. Dale Mayer and Dean Wies-
mann sprint to beat the competition at a triangular
Above, Varsity, front row: J. Klein, D. Koch, Don
Wiesmann, D. Mayer, Dean Wiesmann, M. Ajango, S.
Angus. Row 2: M. Hobe, M. Lenz, M. Northey, S.
Larsen, K. Summeril. E. Olson, B. Huber, M. Mar-
quart, Mgr. J. Schaefer. Row 3: E. Jacobson, J. Kelly,
J. Heiser, K. Marshall. R. Gross. D. Polzin, T. Sulli-
van, E.East1ick, D. Hollenbeck, Mgr. E. Cuden-
schwager. Row 4-: M. Ferrell, K. Dahnert, C. Peter-
son, S. Zelten, S. Alwin, P. Jackson, B. Haukum, J.
Sykes. Back row: Coach Hamm, Coach Knoll, Coach
Piper, Coach Schlender.
Center: Distance runner Steve Larsen stretches his
lead inthe 880 at the Racine Case triangular.
Left: Showing great effort, Brian Haukom pushes him-
self to extend his lead over competing hurdlers.
Far left, center: Dale Mayer attempts to beat his
record breaking 13 foot 8'A inch pole vault mark.
Track - 99
Front row: Mgr. S. Mepham, Larry Turner, S.
Arnold, J. Nehmer, J. Hevey, Dan Ketter, Mgr. C. Har-
man. Back row: Coach Fronk, J. Chadwick, D.
Fronk, Dave Ketter, G. Tolen, LaVeme Turner, D.
Marty, L. Russell, K. Chadwick, D. Wells, J. Weiss.
Far right: Blackhawk team members listen carefully
as Coach Fronk explains the next plan of action.
Above: Blackhawk pitcher Joe Nehmer delivers his
pitch with a strong and accurate release.
Right: Catcher Dale Wells anticipates the next pitch
from teammate Joe Nehmer during the Milton game.
100 - Baseball
Four baseball lettermen earn all-conference honors
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4- ..,.. 2 Delevan
0 ..... 2 Milton
2 ..... 5 Stoughton
2 ..... 9 Jefferson
7 ..,.. 2 Palmyra
0 ..... 8 Monona Grove
12 ..... 4- Monroe
0 ..,.. 2 Oconomowoc
5 .... ll Sun Prairie
1 ..... 2 Middleton
0 .,... 9 Edgerton
6 ..... 8 Milton
9 . .... 0 Cambridge
3 ..... 8 Jefferson
The Blackhawk baseball team ended the
1973 season with a disappointing overall
record of four wins and ten losses. The
Blackhawks earned their victories over
Delevan, Palmyra, Monroe, and Cambridge.
The Conference teams overpowered the
young Hawk team, pushing the Fort league
record to a poor single win and seven
defeats. Despite the unsuccessful season,
the team still had its bright spots. Short-
stop Steve Arnold was the team's leading
hitter. His fine batting also earned him all
conference honors along with lettermen
Larry Turner, Luke Russell and LaVerne
With the return of Luke Russell,
LaVerne Turner, and nine other lettermen
filling most positions, Coach Larry Fronk
had hopes for a successful 1974 season.
Far above: A Milton runner cautiously gttempts to
lead off base as Jim Weiss prepares to put him out.
Above left: Showing great concentration, short-stop
Steve Arnold prepares himself for the next pitch.
Above: Outfielders Bill Garthwait and Dave Ketter
watch action in the infield with great interest.
Baseball - 101
Tennis team nets
Blackhawk netters played to a successful
fifth place standing in the Badger Confer-
ence. Coached by Mr. Verne Jordan, the
team practiced and played their home
matches at the Rock River Park Courts.
,lohn Aufderhaar finished with a remark-
able 17-5 record. His only disappointment
was the loss of his crown as defending sin-
9 ............... 0 Elkhorn
2 ............... 7 Oconomowoc
4 ............... 5 Watertown
6 ............... 3 Jefferson
2 ............... 7 Monona Grove
7 ............... 2 Edgerton
5 ............... 4 Middleton
5 ............... 4 Stoughton
2 ............... 7 Monroe
2 ............... 7 Sun Prairie
lst Madison Sub-sectionals
3rd Janesville Sectionals
5th Badger Conference
twelfth place at
gles champion. A strong Monona Grove
opponent beat him in 6-4 and 6-2 matches.
John also qualified for the state tournament
where he picked up four points before get-
ting beat in the third round of play.
The netters finished the season with a
four-win and three-loss conference record
and an overall tally of five wins and fiv
defeats. Coach Jordan looked forward to
good season in the spring of 1974 wit
three returning lettermen: Mike Babcock,
Bill Dexheimer and Tom Godfrey. The net
ters tied for a 12th place standing at state it
Front row: R. Hagen, D. Wentz. Row 2: D. Batien,
D. Scullin, G. Bauer. M. Hoffman, B. Dexheimer, J.
Aufderhaar. Back row: Coach Jordan. B. Steinke. S.
Reich. M. Babcock, T. Godfrey, J. Beilke.
Above, far right: Mark Zastrow practices for impor-
tant coming matches against Jefferson and Sun Prai-
Far right: Rusty Patefield and opponent watch Dick
Patefield concentrate on his final putt.
Right: Practicing at the Rock River Courts, Tom God-
frey strives to perfect his serves.
102 - Tennis
Golfers grab conference fourthg
Zastrow putts to medalist honors
The 1973 Hawk linksmen pooled their
talents to win all their home matches.
Unfortunately, they lost all their away
matches to very strong opponents.
Fort golfers won the Jefferson Invita-
tional with a score of 329. Linksmen com-
piled a final conference record of four wins
and three defeats and finished in fourth
place in the Badger conference.
Mark Zastrow became medalist at the
Jefferson Invitational and tied for the same
honor in the regional meet at Whitewater.
Zastrow drove and putted for 75,5 in both
of his medalist victories.
Coach Carty Monahanis experienced
1974 team included four returning letter-
men, junior Jim Kjellenberg and seniors
Don Heinz, Craig Forsberg and Brian
Above, front row: Gary Meyer, R. Johnson, R. Pate-
field, D. Patefield, D. Heinz. Back row: Coach Mona-
han, C. Forsberg, M. Zastrow, J. Kjellenberg, B. Jones,
230 ........... 226 Watertown
210 ........... 247 Milton
217 ........... 218 Stoughton
217 ........... 196 Delavan
227 ........... 214 Jefferson
'218 ........... 225 Monona Grove
212 ........... 216 Monroe
222 ........... 227 Edgerton
214 ........... 203 Middleton
226 ........... 204 Sun Prairie
1st -Jefferson Invitational
5th - Badger Conference
6th - Whitewater Regional
Golf - 103
Twenty-seven CPOSS COlll1Ill' H1611
strive for conference standing
Coach Don Piper's 1974 cross country
team attempted to retain the Bager Confer-
ence championship. However, other strong
squads upset the harriers' plans.
The team placed third in the conference,
and Steve Larsen led the team as the indi-
vidual champion of the F on Invitationals.
His teammates voted him most valuable
member of the team. Also, the squad voted
Scott Reich most improved member and
Greg Bauer received the title Rookie of the
Above, front row: J. Sykes, K. Dahnert, S. Zelten, S.
Reich, C. Petersen, B. Dexheimer. Row 2: G. Bauer,
M. Babcock, P. Jackson, S. Larsen, M. Hobe, D.
Riedy. Back row: D. Emmons, T. Schuelke, D.
Kibbe, Coach Piper.
Above right: Phil Jackson and Steve Zelten seek
endurance to hold their positions at home meet.
Right: Exhaustion dominates Ken Dahnert's face as
he recuperates aftcr a seemingly endless ZW mile run.
104- f Cross Country
Year. Elections for 1974 co-captains took
place later in the fall season. Ken Dahnert
and John Sykes received the honors.
From the team, ten members earned
their letters. Among them were seniors Bill
Dexheimer, Phil Jackson, Steve Larsen,
Gregg Petersen, Scott Reich and Steve Zel-
ten. Junior John Sykes and sophomores
Greg Bauer, Ken Dahnert and Dan Riedy
possessed letters. Eric Gudenschwager also
obtained a letter by acting as team manager.
17 ............. 41 Middleton
18 ............. 45 .Iefferson
20 ............. 35 Stoughton
32 ............. 23 Monona Grove
18 ............. 49 Sun Prairie
39 ............. 20 Monroe
5th ......... Sun Prairie Inv.
4-th .....,... Homestead Inv.
2nd ......... Kettle Moraine Inv.
2nd ......... Fort Atkinson Inv.
3rd ......... Badger Conference
3rd ......... W.I.A.A. Regional
4-th ......... Seclionals
Left: Dozens of spiked shoes tread the countryside in
a test of speed and stamina in a meet at the Mounds.
Below left: Senior cross Countryman Steve Larsen
concentrates on his pace to place low at a meet.
Below: Gregg Petersen glides over mile after mile of
territory in an important conference meet.
Cross Country - 105
0 .......... 22 '
12 .......... 21
29 ........., 13
12 .......... 14-
14 .......... 21 Monona Grove
9 ,......,.. 27
14- .......... 49 ' '
. 28 .......... 21 '
33 ......,.... 8
Right: The referee watches carefully as Monroe play-
ers attempt to block a Fort Atkinson kick.
Above., front row: B. Garthwait, S. Angus, J. Hoff-
man, T. Shekey, D. Draeger, E. Olson, K. Summeril,
R. Lindl, L. Russell, S. Burnette, Coach Schlender.
Row 2: J. Kelly, K. Knoll, D. Hollenbeck, D. Fronk,
E. Eastlick, D. Wells, T. Sullivan, R. Burnette, S.
Klug, J. Adams, R. Abbott, Coach Borland. Row 3: S.
Carson, D. Polzin, E. Martinez, B. Haukom, B. Huber,
M. Deets, B. Wachuta, M. Mack, M. Ferrell, M. Mar-
quart, C. Rouse, Coach Hovel. Back row: R. Cess, S.
Haubenschild, R. Patefield, B. Hutchins, L. Seybold,
K. Pemper, B. Meitzner, T. Friedel, Mgr. M. Peterson,
Mgr. R. Suchanek, Mgr. E. Gudenschwager, Coach
Right: The offensive front line prepares for the snap
as quarterback Luke Russell calls the next play.
Sehlender's Hawks finish fifthg
Lindl, Olson ain Badger honors
With a fifth place finish in the Badger
Conference standings, Coach Schlender's
Blackhawks ended their season with a con-
ference record of 3 wins, 4- losses and a 3-6
overall record. Fort completed the season
with 1,698 total offensive yards, just
behind Sun Prairie and Monona Grove.
Although injuries hampered the per-
formances of many players, they displayed
rugged individual effort this past season.
Blackhawks captured the third, fourth and
fifth place in the league's individual scoring
race. Halfback Roger Lindl led the Hawks
scoring with ten touchdowns for 60 points,
giving him third place in the league race.
Senior lettermen Luke Russell and Scott
Angus copped fourth and fifth place scor-
ing spots, with 36 and 30 points respec-
tively. Quarterback Russell completed 52
percent of his passes for a total of 434-
yards. Running back Angus was a favorite
target and leading pass receiver.
With the close of the season came all-
conference selections. Conference coaches
chose center, linebacker Eric Olson in both
offense and defense standings. Lindl gained
585 total yards which brought him all-con-
ference honors on offense. Lindl and line-
backer Mike Ferrell received special men-
tions on defense. Honorable mentions went
to running back Angus, tackle Jim Kelly
and quarterback Russell on offense. Guard
Dennis Draeger and linebacker Angus
achieved honorable mentions on defense.
Above left: All-conference center Eric Olson pre-
pares forthe snap as Luke Russell gives the signals.
Center: Hawks display good sportsman-like conduct
after a disappointing loss to Monona Grove.
Above: Fort Atkinson defensive lettermen prepare to
flatten the Jefferson ball carrier.
Left: A strong Fort Atkinson defense prevents Mon-
ona Grove from gaining additional yardage.
Football - 107
Above, front row: B. McBain, B. Mepham, B.
Schroeder, H. Sykes, T. Rossmiller, R. Hohlbien, T.
Madson, J. Peterson. Row 2: J. Pleester, M. Paszko,
L. Shermen, S. Ament, B. Jahnke, M. Ciske, S. Bulg-
rin, T. Erdman. Back row: Mgr. M. Hacht, D. Peter-
son, F. Thureson, J. Lonsdale, D. Brandt, C. Redford,
Coach Lueck, Coach Knoll.
Above far right: During a match against Madison
East, Elvin Jacobson blocks an opponenfs spike.
Far above: Rainer Hohlbein, number 76, forsees a
running back pursuing a touchdown and tackles him.
Right: Tackle John Lonsdale takes advantage of an
open spot and goes by for a score against Monroe.
108 - J.V. Football-Volleyball
Hawk netters SCIZC 19 3 Badger Conference crown
Having one of the strongest line-ups, the
Fort volleyball team seized the 1973 Badger
Conference crown. Elvin Jacobson broke
l the individual school season scoring record
l with 194- points earned. The team com-
! pleted its season with a 17-1 conference
X record and a 38-9 overall record. During
the course of the season, the netters suf-
l fered only two defeats, which were at the
l hands of Maidson West and Waukesha.
y Coach Spaanem expected two returning let-
! termen for the 1974- season, juniors Randy
X Jacobson and Jim Burrow.
Unfortunately last fall, J.V. football ter-
lminated without a single conference vic-
l tory. Coach Zentner found that one of the
l most promising players, Steve Ament, ran
X well with the ball when the squad provided
sufficient blocking. Zentner also termed
l 1973 "a rebuilding yearf,
l Below front row: D. Batein, R. Jacobson, D. Ketter,
E. Jacobson, J. Burrow, B. Jones. Row 2: Coach
lSpaanem, D. Wentz, D. Christiansen, J. Borchart, B.
W Brown, D. Letcher. Row 3: J. Mansavage, C. Tolsma,
B. Gaber, L. Brant, I. Dilmy. Row 4-: R. Steinke, J.
lMason, J. Kube, M. Hoffman. Back row: D. Lenz, M.
!Bartz, R. Farnsworth, G. Meyer, B. Kirchmeyer.
l Fort Opponents
3 ............ 0 Madison Lafollette
l 2 ..,......... 1 Madison East
l 3 ............ 0 Middleton
3 ............ 0 Monona Grove
l 3 ............ 0 Madison Memorial
W 3 ............ 0 Sun Prairie
2 ............ 1 Madison Lafollette
l 2 ............ 1 Madison West
2 ............ 1 Middleton
l 3 ............ 0 Madison Memorial
N 3 .........,.. 0 Monona Grove
1 ............ 2 Madison West
l 3 ............ 0 Sun Prairie
W 2 ............ 1 Madison East
l 1st Badger Conference
l J.v, Football-volleyball - 109
Hawk cagers streak to regional championship
For the first time in sixteen years, the
1973-74 Fort Blackhawk cager squad
emerged as regional champs. Fort played
host to regional action this season, and
defeated both Mukwonago and Whitewater.
The Hawks then went on to Beloit for sec-
tional competition. Hopes for state qualifi-
cation were eliminated when Fort was
defeated by Burlington and Waukesha.
With a second place standing in the
Above: A mob flocks around "superstars" Elvin
Jacobson and Tom Freidel after Fort beat Whitewater
in the regional tournament by a score of 45-4-4.
Right: With an added effort, Tom Freidel jumps to tip
the ball through the hoop for two extra points.
Right: Senior forward Scott Angus beats the Stough-
ton defense to make a left handed lay-up.
Above, far right: Coach Gruber congratulates his
team for taking the 1973-74 regional championship.
1 10 - Basketball
Badger Conference, the Blackhawk confer-
ence record stood at 11-3, while the overall
mark ended 15-7.
Many players achieved individual honors,
especially Elvin Jacobson who earned the
Badger Conference Player of the Year
award for the second consecutive year. Con-
ference coaches chose senior Jacobson
unanimously for first team all-conference,
along with Tom Freidel and Luke Russell
for second team all-conference honors.
Jacobson broke the school career rebound-
ing and scoring records with 1204 total
points and 824- rebounds in his three years
With junior starters Tom Freidel, Roger
Lindl and three other returning lettermen,
coach Don Gruber had hopes for another
successful Hawk season next year.
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56 .... .... 5 9
84- .... .... 5 5
61 .... . , . .4-6
52 .... .... 5 8
71 .... .... 4- 7
47 .... .... 3 8
4-9 .... .... 3 7
77 .... .... 4- 2
60 .... .... 5 6
73 .... .... 7 8
66 .... ..,. 4- 2
54- .... .... 5 5
86 .... .... 54-
57 .... ..,. 3 5
68 .... .... 5 9
70 .,.. .... 5 7
4-5 .... ........ 5 2
75 ............. 65
2nd Badger Conference
lst ........ Regionals
4-th ....... Sectionals
Far above, front row: J. Chadwick, J. Schaefer, K.
Chadwick. Row 2: Mgr, C. H rman, M. Ciske, L. Rus-
sell, M. Deets, B. Wachuta, Lindl, Mgr. M. Hacht.
Back row: Coach Borland, Mgr. E. Cudenschwager,
S. Angus, B. Garthwait, E. Jacobson, T. Freidel, C.
Rouse, R. Jacobson, D. Ketter, Mgr. M. Peterson,
Coach Gruber. l
Left: Despite the foul comilflitted by the Jefferson
defense, Elvin Jacobson attempts the basket.
Above: Guard Roger Lindl huts every effort into a
defensive rebound during the ,lefferson game.
Basketball - 11
42 Monona Grove
4-9 Sun Prairie
4-3 Monona Grove
112 - JV Basketball
Above, front row: E. Martinez, D. Riedy, R. Hohl-
bein, D. Letcher, D. Ambrose, T. Madson, I. Pleester.
Back row: Mgr. B. Roehl, K. Dahnert, J. Kube, B.
Weisensel, D. Christiansen. K. Kreuger, R. Ludwig,
M. Baker, D. Emmons, Mgr. C. Birk, Coach Hamm.
Above right: Dan Letcher fights off a determined Jef-
ferson defense to take a calculated jump shot.
Right: Surrounded by opponents, Dan Christianson
goes for a layup shot during a close JV game.
v. Q., .,
Basketball heads schedule for intramural sports
The winter sports schedule at FHS again
included basketball intramurals for boys.
Under the supervision of Mr. Schlender,
competition started in early December.
About 75 boys displayed their basketball
skills in the action-packed Monday night
games. The ten teams organized into sopho-
more and junior-senior leagues.
The junior varsity basketball team played
a full schedule of an 18-game season. The
only losses came to Monona Grove, Jeffer-
son, Sun Prairie, Stoughton and Edgerton.
Coach Gary Hamm considered balance to
be the key to the junior varsity team's suc-
cess this season. Six different players led
the team in scoring in one game or more
during the season. The 1973-74 junior var-
sity team will provide many experienced
players for next season's varsity team.
Above left: Senior Randy Schreiner attempts a field
goal during an intramural basketball game.
Left: Both teams fight to gain possession as Randy
Hilgendorf and Chuck Tolsma jump for the ball.
Above: An alert defense jumps to block the shot
attempted by senior intramurals player Tim Shekey.
Intramurals - 113
Above, front row: P. Smith, T. Yonash, I... Burlin
game, S. Babcock, M. Smith, B. Hathaway. Row 2: K
Riggs, M. Hoffman, B. Ajango, B. Dexheimer, S
Reich, S. Beckman, S. Wallace. Back row: B. Huber
D. Hill, M. Babcock, R. Abbott, M. Marquart, ,I
Weiss, .l. Dennis, J. Mansavage.
Right: Striving to perfect his form, Burt Huber execu
tes a back dive as Mr. Quinn watches critically.
49 33 Oconomowoc
43 40 Lake Geneva
84 106 Delavan
92 80 Sauk Prairie
59 24 Milton
49 42 St. Francis
89 122 Hartford
54 29 Milton
47 35 Madison LaFollette
42 35 Sauk Prairie
92 67 Milton
114 - Swimming
Indlvldual efforts make for prominent swim team
Coach Sylvan Quinn's tankers turned out
one of the best seasons in swimming history
at Fort high. Due to individual efforts and
good balance, the team was able to come up
with a 9-2 conference record.
The team finished third in the Southern
Swim Conference and ranked second
among the class B high schools. Mike Bab-
cock took the conference championship in
the breaststroke for the second consecutive
year, while sophomore Mike Hoffman was
the conference champion in the small
school 200 yard individual medley event.
Coach Quinn planned to have five
returning lettermen next season. He
expected several freshmen to move up to
letter-winning positions and add essential
depth in various events in the coming year.
Above, far left: Three tankers dive off the blocks and
push for a fast start at a practice after school.
Above: Mike Hoffman rotates quickly to add to his
commanding lead in an important meet with Milton.
Left: Senior letterman Jim Weiss exhibits his form in
the demanding butterfly stroke competition.
Swimming - 115
Right: Wrestling at 167 pounds, senior Scott Klug
rides his opponent while trying to obtain a pin.
Below: Sophomore wrestler Scott Deichl attempts to
gain control over his man by using an arm lock.
Far below, front row: J. Marose, T. Krause, S. Coo-
nen, D. Peterson, K. Pemper. Row 2: R. Monogue, S.
Deichl, S. Schneider, D. Kibbe, D. Wegner, D. Smith,
B. Cheek, B. Kirchmayer. Back row: Coach Fuller,
A. Bauer, S. Sleaver, D. Scullin, S. Carson, S. Klug, S.
Burnette, R. Gess, Coach Lueck.
116 - Wrestling
. . . . . . .Fort Invitational
. . . .Elkhorn Invitational
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Wrestlers Klu , Burnette qualif
Senior grapplers Scott Klug and Scott
Burnette qualified for sectionals after Klug
defeated his opponent for first place rank-
ings in the 167 pound weight class, and
Burnette captured second in the 185 weight
division by a wrestleback. Dan Kibbe wres-
tled at 112 pounds for fourth place stand-
ing at the regional tournament.
At the Elkhorn Invitational, Scott Klug
dominated his division and gained a cham-
pionship by being undefeated during the
meet. Kibbe captured a second place while
Andy Bauer, Scott Burnette and Rich Gess
all attained third place standings.
Klug ranked first at the Conference
Tournament while Dan Scullin captured a
fourth, along with Scott Burnette. The Fort
Atkinson Invitational again proved success-
ful for Scott Klug who attained a second
and for Rich Gess who ranked third in the
heavyweight division. Coaches for the grap-
plers were Mr. Lueck and Mr. Fuller.
Above, left: Dan Kibbe at ll2 moves to gain two
points on a takedown at the regionals in Jefferson.
Left: Coach Fuller and anxious wrestlers cheer for
teammates while waiting for their turn on the mat.
Above: Senior Dan Scullin attempts a reversal on his
opponent at a home wrestling match.
Wrestling - 117
Girls track opens first seasong
swimmers compete in sectionals
As the 1973 spring season progressed,
intramural badminton got underway for
girls. Some girls participated as singles
players while others played doubles. The
team also played a match with the Lake
Mills badminton team. Coach Killian
noticed improvements shown by the girls
this year, and hoped for more participation
1973 was the first year for girls track at
Fort High. The team consisted mostly of
freshmen girls, along with sophomores and
a few juniors. The girls competed in four
meets, and earned a total of fifty points.
Coach Hausz felt the girls did very well con-
sidering the team's limited experience.
Nine girls merited certificates.
Under the coaching of Miss Dyer, the
new girls Phy. Ed. teacher, the girls swim
team progressed to a final season record of
seven wins and two losses. The team partic-
ipated in sectionals, placing in the 400-yard
free relay and the 200-yard medley relay.
They placed seventh in points out of the 14
schools competing in sectionals. Many team
members displayed fine performances,
especially Tracy Smith, Sarah Schink and
freshman Janet Ketter. Nine of the swim-
mers earned letters. Junior Tracy Smith
took 20 first places out of the 26 events she
swam during the season.
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2 ............ Edgerton Inv.
0 ............ Conference Meet
0 ............ Regionals
Above left: girls track team, front row: Coacl
Hausz, J. Stroeh, D. Eastlick, B. Bates, L. Brown
Back row: K. Fixmer, C. Akright, N. Baker, P
Mielke, S. O'Brien, C. Knaack.
Above right: girls badminton team, front row: L
Horton, D. Knuth, C. Sigmund. Back row: N. Rog
ers, M. Norris, L. Mortimer, J. Rawding, Coach Kil
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Far left: Badminton team member Lisa Horton con-
centrates on meeting the birdie with an accurate hit.
Left: girls swim team, front row: C. Van Schoyck,
Lisa Landowski, L. Brown. Row 2: A. Roethe, D.
Schneider, K. Gebhardt, M. Simpkin, K. Handeyside,
S. Schink, S. Sholtes. Back row: J. Ketter, K. Fix-
mer, T. Smith, Laura Landowski, M. Ament, G. Fix-
mer, B. Bauer, Coach Dyer.
Below left: Debbie Schneider and opponent wait as
timers get ready for the start of the next event.
Below: Swim team members wait for the start of the
100-yard medley relay at the Sauk-Prairie meet.
Far below: Junior Tracy Smith executes a turn in the
100-yard butterfly event at a home swim meet.
122 ......... 45 Milton
44 ......... 36 Badger
80 ........, 73 Delavan
48 ..... . . . .35 Sauk Prairie
38 ......... 45 Badger
65 ......... 17 Milton
41 ......... 4-2 Delavan
66 ......... 16 Milton
268 ......,.... lst School Inv.
Girls Sports - 119
7 . . . . . 0 Milton
6 . . . . . 1 Watertown
5 . . . .... 1 Jefferson
1 . . . . . 7 Monona Grove
9 . . . .,.. 1 Edgerton
12 . . . .... 3 Stoughton
12 ' ' ' "" 0 Middleton
19 ............. 39 Janesville Parker
26 ............. 37 Monona Grove
29 ....,........ 56 Stoughton
19 ............. 14- Edgerton
34- .........,... 29 Jefferson
26 ............. 4-9 Badger
16 ............. 52 Clinton
32 ........... 48 Middleton
19 ----------- 79 Sun Prairie
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Far above right: Varsity basketball player Kris Fix-
mer assists center Anne Rouse as she attempts to
Right: ln the basketball game against Sun Prairie
freshman janet Ketter goes high on a jump shot.
120 - Girls Sports
Above: Basketball team, front row: A. Rouse, K.
Carbon, N. Carlisle, K. Fixmer, S. Kutz, D. Ketter, B.
Messmer, C. Rossing, K. Touton, V. Garrett. Row 2:
M. Simpkin, I, Ludwig, Kari Ward, S. Sholtes, ,I
Krause, J. Marquart, J. Foelker, E. Athas, H. Akright
Row 3: C. Olson, P. Ziegler, L. Carpentier, G. Fixmer,
S. Taylor, Kiki Ward, J. Ketter, W. Hartman, D
Sholtes. Back row: Coach Hanson, A. Roethe, T
Lasch, B. Wahl, T. Schaefer.
The girls varsity volleyball team prog-
ressed to a final season record of 7 victories
and 3 defeats. Varsity reserves also had a
successful season with 9 wins and a single
loss. Coach Killian led the girls to a victory
in the W.l.A.A. regionals and a second
place in the Badger Conference. A mixture
of seniors, juniors and sophomores, along
with one freshman, composed the teams.
Karla Hayes and Mimi Bienfang were valu-
able players for the season.
rates second in Badger standings
This was the second year of interscholas-
tic competition for the girls tennis team.
The team increased both in size and experi-
ence since last season. The girls ended their
season with a successful record of 6 wins
and 1 loss, making them Badger Conference
co-champs with Monona Grove.
The girls varsity basketball team ended
the 1973-74 season with a disappointing
record of 2 wins and 9 losses. With one less
game, the J.V. team had a 2-8 final record.
Far above: Tennis team, front row: L. Horton, H.
Akright, W. Hartman, P. Punzel, D. Sholtes, V. Gar-
rett, V. Godfrey, D. Gore, J. Ankomeus, Sue Jones.
Back row: Coach Schultz, S. Church, K. Carbon, T.
Koch, C. Maas, A. Schoofs, S. O'Brien, K. Summeril
G. Griffin, I. Ludwig, L. Amacher, E. Athas.
Above: Volleyball team, front row: A. Rouse, S.
Patrick, C. Akright, N. Jensen, D. Green. Row 2: S.
Kutz, K. Fixmer, M. Bienfang, J. Sarnosky, D. Ketter,
N. LaMuro, K. Hayes, L. Carpentier, Coach Killian.
Back row: C. Revels, C. Schultz, T. Green, L. Roth-
berger, C. Frandson, S. Allen, V. Jelinek.
Leading scorers for the teams were Ann
Rouse with 4-8 points and freshman Janet
Ketter with 39 points. With the loss of only
two seniors, Coach Hanson expected an
experienced team for next season. Janet and
Diane Ketter progressed to be outstanding
performers of the season, along with Ann
Roethe who was unable to complete the sea-
Above: Sophomore volleyball player Sue Allen sets
up the ball in the home match against Clinton.
2 ............... 1 Middleton
3 ............... 0 Edgerton
3 ............... 2 Whitewater
2 ............... 3 Stoughton
1 ............... 3 Badger
2 ............... 3 Clinton
3 ............... 0 Monona Grove
3 ............... 0 Cambridge
3 ............... 1 Elkhorn
3 ............... l Janesville Parker
Girls Sports - 121
Six sophomore girls net lettersg
Pemper earns varsity grid letter
Last August 12, Fort Fest talent contest
judges awarded first place prizes to sopho-
mores Jill Vail and Kari Abbott. They
earned seventy-five dollars for their win-
ning pantomime-dance routine.
Sophomores Jill Vail, Ann Schoofs and
Mike Hoffman approached the faculty in
order to discuss the matter of open campus
for sophomores. On November 21, Princi-
pal Lepley explained the study hall pro-
gram. Participants needed signatures from
one parent, the attendance co-ordinator and
Above right: Wrestling practice finds Lon Shermen
and Ted Schuclke trying to perfect a new move.
Right, front row: C. Bowen, S. Allen, L. Brown, .l.
Ankomeus, B. Beech. Row 2: N. Baker, B. Bates, C.
Akright, P. Bauer, L. Amacher. Row 3: K. Abbott, D.
Ambrose, G. Bauer, S. Ament, D. Beahlen. Back
row: B. Brom, S. Bulgrin, C. Birk, M. Bartz, M. Baker,
Below right: Involved with their studies, Judy Stam-
nard, Lori Brown and Beth Bates attempt to answer
each others Government questions.
124- - Sopliomores
the assistant or head principal.
Many sophomores merited athletic let-
ters in fall activities. Cross countrymen Dan
Riedy and Greg Bauer accepted one letter
each while Ken Dahnert won his second
consecutive letter. J.V. Football player
Ernie Martinez and varsity player Kim
Pemper bagged letters. For achievements in
swimming, Deb Schneider acquired a letter.
Award winners for girl's tennis and volley-
ball were Sue Allen, Lisa Amacher, Kris
Carbon, Tina Koch and Kris Summeril.
Left, front row: K. Gebhardl, D. Foelker, M. Furley,
L. Golinski. Row 2: K. Haubenschild, J. Heiser, J.
Fischer, K. Fiedler, J. Frye. Row 3: L. Griggs, C.
Frandson, L. Goulder, B. Foudray, J. Golich, R. Gess.
Back row: J. Fay, G. Hedding, N. Floerke, A. Gar-
verl, D. Gourley.
Below left: Coral Parsons and Lynn Staude work to
finish a Biology experiment in the allotted time.
Below, front row: K. Falk, A, Elwood, K. Carbon, P,
Congdon. Row 2: Rhonda Farnsworth, J. Canard, B.
Choichois, L. Doolittle. Row 3: T. Erdman, A. Caley,
Rodger Farnsworth, S. Deichl. Back row: D.
Emmons, K. Dahnert, P. DeVetter, D. Christianson.
Sophomores - 125
Pom-pom squad utlllzes talent of flV6 sophomores
Above, front row: D. Jung, R. Johnson, D. Kibbe, D
Hustad, M. Klotz. Row 2: J. Kluge, B. Hish, R. Hol
bein, M. Hinich, S. Huttner. Row 3: N. Hinich, M
Hoffman, L. Hoffman, V. Jelinek, L. Klug. Back row
N. Jensen, B. Kirschmcyer, P. Kleifgen, B. Johnson
P. Hruska, L. Junker.
Right, front row: A. Kordatzky, J. Lendabarker, K
Lanlz, C. Langer. Row 2: .J. Krause, S. Lewicki, K
Lifzven, T. Koch. Row 3: J. Koehler, T. Lueder, J
Lokken, V. Lemke, M. Lecdle. Back row: B. Leme-
rand, J. Lonsdale, J. Kube, D. Lclcher.
126 - Sophomorcs
Left: During a cross country meet Ken Dahnert does
his utmost to improve his position in the race.
Far below left: Karen Haubenschild displays her
enthusiasm by participating in a pom-pom routine.
Far above, front row: R. Mongue, D. Middelstadt,
M. Nordeen, J. Magsamen. Row 2: B. Mepham, B.
MoBain. C. Maas. S. Mepham. Row 3: T. Madson, E.
Martinez, J. Mason, T. McCord. Back row: D.
McNier, P. Mielke. A. Milheiser, J. Meyer.
Above, front row: S. Pettegrew, S. Pilgrim, M.
Paszko, D. Olson, C. Parsons. Row 2: J. Rader. S
Pawlowski, C. Revels, S. Orton, E. O'Brien. Row 3
R. Rasmussen, C. Peterson, D. Riedy, J. Patefield, T
Mikulich, T. Pinter. Back row: G. Lanoway. D
Peterson, C. Redford, B. Rheineck, S. Mepham, D
Right: At character day judging, the sophomore class
representative Ann Schoofs distributes numbers tell-
ing the order of character appearances.
Far below right: Mr. Fitzpatrick, Mike Hoffman,
straightens his ascot as he prepares to fill the lead role
of Sabina in the all-school play.
Below right: Fortune teller Sue Breitsprecher
attempts to predict the future of the audience.
128 - Sophomores
Above, front row: L. Rothburger, K. Rasmussen,
Schoenenburger, K. Rolfe. Row 2: J. Schaefer,
Sauer, P. Schultz, D. Schneider, K. Roloff. Row 3:
Schoofs, T. Scullin, C. Moon, J. Rostollan,
Schuelke. Back row: M. Sobolik, L. Shermen,
Roloff, M. Schuler, B. Schroeder.
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Far above, front row: J. Stannard, K. Streich, C.
Tessman, C. Spalding, B. Thalacker. Row 2: J.
Thayer, Michele Stackle, T. Stelse, L. Staude, C.
Streich. Row 3: S. Stork, F. Thureson, Mike Stackle,
H. Strand, J. Stroeh. Back row: T. Strom, K. Sum-
meril, C. Tolsma, R. Stockfisch, S. Suchanek.
Above, front row: J. Vail, J. Wirsch, R. Wenham, S.
Wallace, S. Wentz. Row 2: Annette Wiesman, K.
Woodward, J. Wolfram, R. Umland, K. Wollet, L. Zell.
Row 3: L. Wollet, D. Vorlob, D. Wolfgram. P. Wisch,
S. Wilson, V. Wendt. Back row: L. Wiese, Allen
Wiesman, B. Weisensel, B. Vaughn, R. Wendorf, W.
Right: Scott Carson seeks assistance with finding cor-
rect size and style of his class ring before placing his
order with Mr. Ollseary.
Below, front row: J. Bleiler, D. Arndt, L. Austin, M.
Agaton. Row 2: J. Baker, C. Arnold, P. Ackman, M.
Blomgren. Row 3: M. Ament, J. Bauer, J. Anderson,
S. Bowen. Back row: J. Bartz, R. Beckman, D. Bickle,
Above, front row: D. Buchholtz, B. Canard, D.
Brandt, S. Cooley, K. Brooks. Row 2: C. Collins, B.
Bullock, J. Christian, K. Cox, N. Carlisle. Row 3: W.
Carnes, K. Coonen, B. Cheek, S. Carson, B, Brown, B.
Cossio. Back row: J, Chadwick, R. Burnette, J. Bur-
row, W. Clark, L. Brant.
Right: Varsity volleyball team member Randy Jacob-
son scores for the Badger Conference champions.
Simpkin family greets foreign exchange student
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Above left, front row: N. Erdman, L. Dahnert, M.
Foelker, L. Dennis, C. Forsberg. Row 2: D. Fiedler,
B. DeWitt, S. Doolittle, L. Fox, D. Cushman. Row 3:
K. Dillin, Dan Foltz, Don Foltz, K. Fixmer, L. Emer-
ick, E. Eastlick. Back row: M. Deets, D. Cross, R.
Derus, T. Dahnert, M. Ferrell.
Above: Batter Dale Wells takes his batting position at
a non-conference baseball game against Milton.
Left, from row: S. Goddard, L. Goodman, K. Han-
deyside, K. Garrett. Row 2: A. Hartman, G. Griffin,
K. Griffin, C. Hartman, G. Golich. Row 3: D. Fronk,
B. Gaher, C. Harman, M. Frentzel, R. Gross. Back
row: S. Hammer, T. Godfrey, T. Friedel, R. Gess, D.
.luniors - 131
Diane Ketter captains JV squadg
Deb Buchholtz cheers on varsity
At the annual Miss Fort Fest competition
the judges voted junior Cindy Knaack to
the queenls court as first runner up.
Juniors showed enthusiasm as they won
the golden paint brush in the sign painting
contest by decorating second floor with
crepe paper, cornstalks and posters. Junior
class members chose Nancy Yoder as their
Last spring girls tried out for the cheer-
leading and pom-pom squads. Deb Buch-
holtz won a spot as the only junior on the
varsity football and basketball cheering
squads. Nancy LaMuro backed the wres-
tlers, and the junior varsity squad voted
Diane Ketter captain. The pom-pom squad
consisted of eight girls from the junior
class, four returning for their second year.
Above, front row: R. Hetts, D. Holl, J. Hevey, S.
Hish, L. Horton. Row 2: C. Hummel, K. Heitz, S.
Hinz, H. Healy. J. Hollenheck, S. Heiman. Row 3: R.
Humphrey, B. Haukom, B. Huber, D. Hill, C. Hol-
linger. Back row: D. Hollenbeck, J. Heiser, R. Garth-
wait, B. Hutchins, S. Haubenschild.
Right, front row: K. Jelinek, C. Kluge, J. Koch, S.
Koehler. Row 2: C. Klement, D. Keller, J. Krause, W.
Janke. Row 3: C. Knaack, R. Knoflicek, D. Krause, J.
Kammer, J. Kjellcnberg. Back row: D. Kuntz, R.
Kriedeman, B. Kraus, R. Jacobson, J. Janke.
132 - Juniors
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Left: While square dancing in physical education
classes, juniors demonstrate a left-hand star.
Below, front row: D. Lewis, N. LaMuro, B. Kutz, J.
Leighton. Row 2: I. Ludwig, J. Louis, L. Landowski,
J. Marquart, A. Lang. Row 3: G. Kutz, K. Marshall,
D. Lasch, S. Kutz, K. Larson. Back row: M. Mar-
quart, R. Lindl, M. Mack, B. Macwilliams, D. Kutz.
Below left: In the musical, Deb Buchholtz portrays
Jean dreaming of her wedding day.
Far below, front row: L. Meyers, M. Mode, B. Mess-
mer, P. Schultz, K. O'Donnell. Row 2: P. Morgan, L.
Milheiser, S. Neihus, J. Peterson, C. Meyer. Row 3: J.
Morois, R. Milleson, D. Patefield, Scott Peterson, S.
Miller. Back row: E. Mueck, M. Peterson, P.
McNamee, D. McCabe, Steve Peterson.
Right, front row: D. Wollin, L. Wenham, N. Yoder,
R. Weggeman, N. Whitmore. Row 2: K. Ward, D. Zel-
ton, S. Yonash, B. Turner, D. Werner. Row 3: J.
Waga, M. Wileman, J. Wollet, J. Voss, S. Wilde. Back
row: D. Wells, R. Wachuta, D. Wisch, J. Zweifel, T.
Below, front row: D. Schultz, Chris C. Schroeder, K.
Touton, S. Sholtes, J. Tekeley, Chris A. Schroeder.
Row 2: D. Schoeller, D. Stockfisch, J. Stroeh, L.
Steinke, M. Simpkin. S. Sherrett. Row 3: D. Smith-
back, L. Seybold, T. Smith, R. Spalding, C. Streich, N.
Steinke. Back row: J. Sykes, B. Shuman, J. Schultz,
E. Shipley, S. Schroeder, R. Sprague.
134- - Juniors
Class of 7 posts largest enrollment in FHS histor
Above left, front row: S. Poeppel, S. Schink, L. Rid-
dell, S. Schmitt, B. Rohloff. Row 2: S. Rader, C.
Schimming, L. Rothberger, C. Rossing, M. Riggs, C.
Riedel. Row 3: Lori Randall, Louise Randall, D. Pol-
zin, K. Pfafflin, A. Roehe, H. Rawding. Back row: R.
Ratcliff, R. Raasch, T. Schemm, A. Rouse, W. Ram-
sey, R. Petrie.
Above: Jeff lanke and Ann Roehe attend a student
council meeting concerning the smoking issue.
Far left: Varsity guard Roger Lindl contemplates his
next moves against an opposing team member.
Left: Back stage, Barb Canard becomes one of the
Muse sisters for her part in the all-school play.
Juniors - 135
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May 1921 marks first Rock Dayg
Since the first Rock Day Ceremony, the
senior class president hands over the duty
of caring for the rock and the tree to the
new senior class president, to see that the
rock will not be damaged.
The rock symbolizes all the students of
FHS who have fought and died for their
country. The maple tree planted beside the
rock became a symbol of everyone involved
in the wars.
Terry Beck's family donated the fence
that is around the rock and tree, Mrs.
George Dailey donated the flagpole in mem-
ory of her husband who died in Vietnam.
George Dailey was also Co-captain of his
1957 football team, and Mrs. Smith
donated the flagpole light in memory of her
Last year Deb Nowodzelski turned over
the responsibilities of the rock and tree to
the next senior class president, Bill Garth-
wait and the class of '74-.
l38 - Seniors
Above: Senior class officers: Pres. Bill Carthwait,
Sec. Pat Schroeder, and V. Pres. Scott Klug watch stu-
dents enjoying their free hours.
Above right: At the annual Rock Day Ceremony
DAR member Louise Converse places a wreath.
Right: ,lane Kube shows perfect form as the Fort band
marches in the Gemiitlichkeit Day Parade.
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Debra Armstrong Pamila Ault Mike Babcock
Patricia Baker Robert Baker Douglas Batien
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Marie Bienfang Debra Blasing
James Borchardt Mary Breitsprecher
Betty Burlingame Robert Burnette
Katherine Carpentier Donald Cartwright
Class of '74 elects Kim Summeril as class chairman
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Above left: Doug Batien sets up the volleyball,
enabling his team to score ata conference home game.
Left: Phil Jackson and Mike Babcock, school board
members, discuss issues at a Student Council meeting.
Seniors - l4l
Sophomores work for recognition
in athletic, dramatic pursuits
Each year classes elect one lucky girl to
represent them on Homecoming Court. As
sophomores, the class of ,74 elected Mari-
lyn Rusch to be their representative. Kathy
Carpentier was the only sophomore who
won a lead in the all school play, "Jane
Eyre." She played the part of Leah.
Sophomore boys participated in a variety
of varsity sports and some obtained more
than one letter. Five received letters in
cross country. Among them were Bill Dex-
heimer, Gregg Petersen, Scott Reich, Steve
Zelten and Steve Larsen, who also got a let-
ter in his freshman year. Elvin Jacobson
earned letters in both volleyball and basket-
ball, and Scott Angus received a letter in
basketball. Scott Reich and Mike Babcock
lettered in swimming. Scott Klug, Doug
Merriman, Gregg Petersen, and Steve Zel-
ten earned their letters in wrestling.
14-2 - Seniors
Above right: Senior runner Phil Jackson struggles to
place high in the standings at a local meet.
Right: Senior Ray Abbott finds time to relax in the
athletic lounge during his free time.
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William Garthwait Eileen Gess Frank Goodale
Debra Core Deborah Green
James Griffin Eric Gudenschwager
Above right: AFS student Irhan Dilmy takes a few
minutes to view his new school surroundings.
Right: Cross country runner Steve Zelten dodges a
flag in an attempt to stay on course at the Mounds.
144- - Seniors
l ophomore Mimi Bienfang attains varsity ranking
Seniors - 145
Prom, post prom find new localesg
Over two hundred attend events
The junior year of the class of ,74
brought all kinds of excitement. The year
started when Laurie Haubenschild became
Captain and president of the pom-pom
squad. The '73 wrestling cheerleading
squad consisted completely of juniors.
They were Lori Luebke, Vicki Ciaglo, Shan-
non O'Brien, and Sandy Punzel.
Phil Schoofs and Kathy Carpentier held
leads in the all-school play, "Flowers for
Algernon," and other class members
worked on behind stage crews. ln the musi-
cal i'Brigadoon," Luke Russell portrayed
J eff, a main character.
Student representative on the Board of
Education, Phil Jackson, worked to free
sophomores from the closed study halls. He
succeeded, and the halls became open to
the entire student body.
There was a new location for the junior
prom and post prom. They took place at the
Municipal Building and the U.B.C. Church
with Sue VanderMause and Luke Russell
reigning as queen and king.
Lori Heth Mathew Hobe Jeffrey Hoffman
Steven Holston Marie Hulbert Mary Sue Humphrey
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ing for Fort Atkinson girls' swim team meets.
Below, far left: Tchogeerrah editor-in-chief Lisa
Lueder discusses the duties of staff members.
Seniors - 14-7
Kurt Knoll Linda Koch
Laurie Kochendorfer Linda Komes Bradley Krahn
Debra Kraus Elizabeth Kriedeman Gregg Kruck
Jane Kube Timothy Kunkel JoAnn Kulz
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Luke Russell takes dramatic role in "Brigadoon"
Above, far left: Rehearsing for the play
"Brigadoon," Luke Russell protraying Jeff, listens as
Far left: Rehearsals for the all school play, "Skin of
Our Teeth," find Phil Schools attempting to perfect
the character of George Antrobus.
Left: Marla Lanoway and Kathy Carpentier discuss an
assignment given during a previous class period.
Seniors - 149
Michael Lenz Sandra Lonsdale Terri Lucht
Lori Luebke Lisa Lueder Roberta Maas
Susan Martin Diane Mayer Dennis McKinney
Above, far right: F Club member Bill Dexheimer
stands at attention during first hour band rehearsal.
Above right: Football manager, Eric Gudenschwager
raises the American flag during a pre-game.
Right: Fort Fest royalty Gail Mepham and Lynda
Strom greet viewers during the Fort Fest parade.
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Seniors - 151
Seniors attend summer workshops,
explore journalism, photograph
During the summer many seniors pur-
sued special interests by attending scholar-
ship funded camps, clinics and workshops.
Lisa Lueder attended a two-week yearbook
journalism workshop at the University of
Wisconsin-Eau Claire, where she learned
about new ideas, techniques and design.
While there, the students attending created
a sample yearbook as a project.
For new ideas in creativity, Jan F oelker
and Sherri Patrick attended an art work-
shop at the University of Wisconsin-Stout.
They worked on various skills to improve
their techniques in painting.
Keith Morse traveled to Whitewater to
attend a weeklong newspaper clinic spon-
sored by the Whitewater University.
Shannon O'Brien Bobbie Olson Eric 015011 Judith OISUH David Owens
Russell Patefield Sheri Patrick Gregg PCICFSBH Janice Peterson Theresa Plue
152 - Seniors
Robin Prabst Sandra Punzel David Ratcliff
Scott Reich Cynthia Revels David Rohde
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Far above, left: Blackhawk Band colorguard mem-
bers ,lean Desjarlais and Sue Church march attentively
in the Jefferson Gemiitlichkeit Day Parade.
Left: A look of irritation appears on Mary Sue Hum-
phrey's face as she has her ears tested.
Above: Sue Church dons a plaster body cast for an art
display for the schoolis art show.
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Marilyn Rusch Luther Russell Jeanne Sarnosky
Several FHS students request mid-year graduation
Above, far left: Rainbow Worthy Adviser, Sally
Eisenbrandt, receives the mascot and a kiss from
Far left: Art student ,lim Kelly adds final touches to
his pot before the glaze is ready to be applied.
Left: A look of amazement appears on ,lan Foelker's
face as she sees thc first copy of the "Signal" claim-
ing her queen over Homecoming festivities.
Seniors - 155
Rodney Schuette Connie Schultz Dixie Schultz
Sandra Schultz Daniel Scullin Debra Seavert
Diane Shanahan Timothy Shekey Wendy Sleaver
Beverly Smith Bonnie Stedman Jeanine Stewart
156 - Seniors
Schoofs, Teed attain leads in "Skin of Our Teeth
LaVerne Turner Samuel Tyler
Above, far left: Manager of the football team, Ric
Suchanek shows school spirit by wearing his FA hat,
Left: 1973-74 "Signal" editors Mary Hoehne and
Keith Morse receive a first place rating in class B at a
newspaper conference in Whitewater.
Seniors - 157
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sophs, juniors return for exams
Right: Seniors Diane Mayer and Linda Stewart deco-
rate balloons for the Homecoming sign painting con-
Above, far right: Deb Armstrong attempts to argue a
point brought up by one of her classmates.
Flu' right: Dan Wentz takes careful aim before he
strikes the pifiata as the Spanish classes prepare to cel-
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Christine Wenham Daniel Wemz
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160 - Senior Awards
Above: Badger Boys' Slate, front row: B. Dex-
heimer, L. Russell, J. Weiss, Alt. Back row: D. Dah-
nert, Alt., E. Jacobson, P. Schoofs.
Right: DAR Award winner Mimi Bienfang spends her
nights after school perfecting varsity cheers.
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Each year the "Signal" Staff presents a
board of teachers with the names of five
seniors. From this list the board picks one
student on the basis of his leadership, integ-
rity and personal characteristics. Kim Sum-
meril received the Student of the Year
award for 1974.
Senior Jean Desjarlais became eligible to
go on into national competition after she
became the finalist in the local Betty
Crocker Scholarship Award Test.
The senior class nominated three girls
from their class for the DAR Award. The
faculty then chose one girl .from the three.
The Daughters of the Amerlcan Revolution
this year gave Mimi Bienfang the Good Citi-
zenship Award. To earn this award, Mimi
. had to show outstanding leadership, service
. and patrlotlsml I
Far above: Badger Girls' State alternate Maureen
Hedding tunes her cello for her first hour class.
Above: Badger Girls' State: L. Strom, K. Hayes,
Alt., K. Scherwitz, M. Bienfang, V. Ciaglo, Alt.
Senior Awards - 161
Bienfang cops DAR awardg
Summeril merits Student of Year
Above: Third place county oratorical contest winner
Bonnie Stedman portrays the rabbit in the children's
play "Alice in Wonderland."
Above right: Student of the Year Kim Summeril
packs his trombone away after first hour band.
Right: Dairy Queen worker, ,lean Desjarlais scores
highest on the Betty Crocker Scholarship Test.
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Senior volleyball players take a short break from their practice to take part in a birthday party.
Ray Abbott: AFS 3, Band 1, 2, 3, Basket-
ball, Intramurals 2, 3, F-Club 2, 3, Football
2, 3, Swimming 1, 2, 3.
Linda Abell: French Club 3.
John Adams: Band 1, 2, Basketball, Intra-
murals 1, 2, Football 2, 3, Musical Crew 1,
Pep Band 2, Track 1, Wrestling 1. 2.
Dixie Allen: Girls Chorale 3.
Scott Angus: Baseball 3, Basketball 1, 2,
3, F-Club 1, 2, 3, Football 1, 2, 3,
"Signal" Staff 2, 3, Track 2.
Deb Armstrong: Homecoming Court 3,
Pep Club 1.
Mike Babcock: Band 1, 2, 3, Basketball,
Intramurals 1, 2, 3, Cross Country 3, F-
Club 1, 2, 3, Musical 2, Orchestra 2, Pep
Band 1, 2, 3, School Board 3, Stage Band 2,
3, Student Council 2, 3, Swimming 1, 2, 3.
Pat Baker: AFS 1, Art League 3, FHA 2,
3, Treas. 3, French Club 3, Spanish Club 1.
Robert Baker: FFA 1, 2, 3.
Douglas Batien: Baseball 1, Basketball,
Intramurals 1, 2, 3, F-Club 3, Tennis 2,
Volleyball 1, 2, 3.
Andy Bauer: All-School Play Crew 1, AV
Club 1, Conservation Club 2, F-Club 3,
Football 2, Swimming 1, Track 1, Trees for
Tomorrow 1, Weight-Lifters 2, 3.
Richard Bauer: Basketball, Intramurals
2, Volleyball 2.
Mimi Bienfang: Badger Girls' State 2,
Cheerleading 1, 2, 3, Capt. 3, DAR 3, NHS
1, 2, 3, Pep Club 1, 3, Redskins 3, Student
Council 2, 3, Treas. 2, V. Pres. 3, Tennis 1,
Volleyball 2, 3.
Brenda Blood: AFS 1, Latin Club 2, 3.
Jim Borchardt: All-School Play Crew 3,
AV Club 1, 2, Sec., Band 1, 2, 3, Basketball
1, Choir 1, 2, 3, Pres. 3, F-Club 3, Follies
3, Key Club 1, 2, Men's Quartet 2, 3, Musi-
cal 1, 2, Musical Crew 1, 2, Orchestra 3,
Pep Band 1, 2, 3, Thespians 3, Volleyball
1, 2, 3.
Nanette Buckingham: Art League 2,
FFA 3, FHA 1, 2, Latin Club 1, Ski Club 3.
Betty Burlingame: Transfer Student
1972, Arlington Heights, Illinois.
Scott Burnette: All-School Play 2, Base-
ball 1, F-Club 2, 3, Football 1, 2, 3, Key
Club 3, Musical Crew 1, 2, Wrestling 2, 3.
Vicki Butler: Basketball 1, Choir 1, 2,
Photo Club 1, 2, "Signal" Staff 1, 2, Stu-
dent Council 3, Tchogeerrah Staff 1, 2.
Kathy Carpentier: AFS 2, All-School
Play 1, 2, All-School Play Crew 1, 3, Art
League 1, 2, 3, Choir 1, 2, 3, Follies 3,
Masque 81 Gavel 1, 2, Musical 2, Musical
Crew 1, 2, Pep Club 2, 3, Tchogeerrah
Staff 2, 3, Thespians 2, 3, Treas. 3, Trees
for Tomorrow 3.
Donald Cartwright: FFA 1, 2, 3.
Brian Cary: Basketball, Intramurals 1, 2,
3, Student Council 2, Swimming 1, Track
1, Volleyball 2.
Kelly Chadwick: Baseball 3, Basketball 1,
2, 3, F-Club 3, Treas. 3, Key Club 3, Musi-
cal 1, 2, Orchestra 2, 3.
Becky Choichoisz Band 1, 2, 3, Orchestra
3, Pep Band 1, 2, 3, Stage Band 2, 3, Swim-
Sue Church: Transfer Student 1972,
Janesville, Wis., Choir 3, Color Guard 3,
Musical 2, Prom Court 2, Ski Club 3, Ten-
nis 2, 3.
Vicki Ciaglo: AFS 1, 2, All-School Play 2,
All-School Play Crew 2, Badger Girls 2,
Cheerleading 1, 2, 3, Capt. 2, Conservation
Club 1, Choir 1, 2, 3, Color Guard 1, Fol-
lies 3, Masque Sl Gavel 1, 2, Musical 1, 2,
Musical Crew 1, 2, Pep Club 1, 2, Redskins
1, 2, 3, Redskin Formal co-chairman 3, Ski
Club 3, Spanish Club 1, 2, 3, Tchogeer-
rah Staff 1, 2, 3, Bus. Mgr. 3, Teen Talk 3,
Thespians 2, 3, V. Pres. 2, Pres. 3, Trees
for Tomorrow 1, 2, Triple Trio 1, 3.
Sandra Czech: Band 1, 2, 3, Musical 1,
Pep Band 1, 2, 3.
David Dahnert: FFA 1, 2, 3, Sentinel 3.
Dean Dahnert: AV Club 2, V. Pres. 2,
Badger Boys' State 2, Key Club 3, Student
Cheryl Dailey: Conservation Club 1, FFA
2, 3, Reporter, Musical Crew 1, Ski Club 3,
Tchogeerrah 1, Trees for Tomorrow 1,
Cynthia Davis: All-School Play Crew 2,
Choir 1, 2, 3, Girls Chorale 1, 2, 3, Triple
Trio 1, 2.
Patti Davis: Art League 3.
John Dennis: F-Club 2, 3, Swimming 1,
2, 3, Capt. 3, Track 3.
Jean Desjarlais: All-School Play 2, Cheer-
leading 3, Color Guard 3, Follies 3, Musical
1, Pom-pom 1, 2, Student Council 1.
Bill Dexheimer: Badger Boys' State 2,
Band 1, 2, 3, Basketball, Intramurals 1, 2,
3, Cross Country 1, 2, 3, F-Club 1, 2, 3,
Key Club 2, 3, NHS 2, 3, Pep Band 1, 2, 3,
Stage Band 2, 3, Swimming 1, 2, 3, Tennis
2, 3, Track 1, Trees for Tomorrow 1, "Who
Senior Summaries - 163
Cathleen Donohue: Band 1, 2, 3, Flag-
line 1, 2, 3, Sergeant, Latin Club 1, Pres,
Musical 1, Musical Crew 1, 2, Orchestra 1,
2, 3, Pep Band 1, 2, Triple Trio 2, 3.
Dennis Draeger: F-Club 2, 3, FFA 1, 2,
3, V. Pres., Football 1, 2, 3.
Carole Dunsmoor: Art League 2, Girls
Chorale 2, 3.
Irham Dilmy: AFS Student 3, Follies 3.
Sally Eisenbrandt: AFS 1, 2, 3, All-
School Play Crew 1, 2, Choir 2, 3, Follies 3,
Forensics 2, 3, Masque 81 Gavel 1, 2, Musi-
cal 1, 2, Musical Crew 1, 2, NHS 2, 3,
Thespians 2, 3, Trees for Tomorrow 2, Tri-
ple Trio 2, 3.
Chris Ellis: Musical 1, Orchestra 1.
Mike Fischer: Basketball, lntramurals 1,
2, 3, Football 1, Track 1.
Kathi Fixmer: All-School Play Crew 1, 2,
Choir 3, French Club 2, 3, Masque 81 Gavel
1, 2, Musical Crew 1, Pep Club 1, Swim-
ming 1, 2, 3, Trees for Tomorrow 2, Volley-
ball 1, 2.
Jan Foelker: Art League 3, Basketball 3,
Homecoming Queen 3, Student Council 2,
3, Tchogeerrah 2, 3.
Jim Foelker: Basketball, lntramurals 3,
Football 1, Key Club 2, 3, Sec. 3, Spanish
Club 2, 3.
Pete Foelker: Basketball, lntramurals 2,
Latin Club 1, Student Council 1.
Craig Forsberg: Basketball, lntramurals
2, F-Club 1, 2, 3, Golf 1, 2, 3, Key Club 3.
John Gang: AV Club 1, Photo Club 3.
Vicki Garrett: Band 1, 2, 3, Basketball 1,
2, Flagline 1, 2, Musical 1, 2, Orchestra 1,
2, 3, Pep Band 1, 2, 3, Tennis 2, 3, Track
3, Volleyball 1.
Bill Garthwait: Baseball 1, 2, 3, Basket-
ball 1, 2, 3, Class Pres. 3, F-Club 1, 2, 3,
Sec. 3, Football 1, 2, 3, Student Council 3.
Frank Goodale: Baseball 3, Basketball,
lntramurals 2, 3, Football 1, 2, Photo Club
'Deb core: All-School Play 2, choir 2, 3,
French Club 1, 2, Masque 81 Gavel 2, Musi-
cal 2, Pep Club 1, Redskins 1, Student
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Council 2, Tennis 3.
Eric Gudenschwager: Art League 2, Bas-
ketball 1, 2, 3, Basketball, lntramurals 2, 3,
Cross Country 2, 3, F-Club 2, 3, Football 1,
2, 3, Key Club 3, Track 1, 2, 3.
Michael Hacht: Basketball 1, 2, 3, Basket-
ball, lntramurals 2, F-Club 2, 3, Football 1,
Lisa Hagedorn: Tchogeerrah Staff 2.
Ron Hagen: Band 1, 2, 3, FFA 1, 2, 3,
Sentinel 2, Sec. 3, Pep Band 1, 2, 3, Stage
Band 3, Tennis 1, 2, 3, Trees for Tomorrow
Kris Hansen: French Club 2, 3, Swim-
Deb Hartwig: Art League 2, 3, Choir 2, 3,
Flagline 1, Volleyball 3.
Laurie Haubenschild: Pom-pom 1, 2,
Karla Hayes: Badger Girls' State 2, Trees
for Tomorrow 1, Volleyball 2, 3.
Maureen Hedding: All-School Play Crew
1, 2, Badger Girls' State 2, Latin Club 1, 2,
3, Musical Crew 1, 2, Orchestra 1, 2, 3.
Walt Heinz: Band 1, 2, 3, Choir 3.
Lori Heth: Band 1, 2, 3, Cheerleading 2,
Flagline 3, Pep Club 1, Pep Band 1, 3,
Redskins 1, 2, 3, Redskin Formal co-chair-
man 3, Spanish Club 1, Stage Band 3, Stu-
dent Council 1.
Matt Hobez Band 1, 2, 3, Basketball,
lntramurals 2, 3, Cross Country 2, 3, F-
Club 2, 3, Key Club 2, Latin Club 1, 2,
Pres. 2, Pep Band 1, 2, 3, "Signal" Staff
1, 2, 3, Stage Band 2, Student Council 2,
Track 1, 2, 3, Trees for Tomorrow 1.
Jeff Hoffman: Football 3.
Steve Holston: Band 1, 2, 3, Baseball 1,
Basketball 1, 2, Basketball, lntramurals 1,
2, 3, F-Club 3, Pep Band 1, 2, 3.
Marie Hulbert: Volleyball 1.
Mary Sue Humphrey: Band 1, 2, 3,
Choir 3, French Club 3, Pres. 3, Orchestra
1, 3, Pep Band 1, Prom Court 2, Redskins
2, Swimming 1, 2, Track 1, Triple Trio 3.
Sally Huttner: FFA 2, 3, NHS 2, 3, Stu-
dent Council 3, Trees for Tomorrow 1.
Above: Senior Dennis Draeger struggles through eco-
nomics during his studyhall in the commons.
Philip Jackson: Basketball, lntramurals
1, 2, 3, Cross Country 2, 3, Co-Capt. 3, F-
Club 1, 2, 3, Football 1, NHS 2, 3, School
Board 2, 3, Student Council 2, 3, Track 1,
Elvin Jacobson: Badger Boys' State 2,
Basketball 1, 2, 3, F-Club 1, 2, 3, Tennis 2,
Track 1, 2, 3, Volleyball 1, 2, 3.
Kay Jensen: Art League 1, French Club 2.
Anthony JoHann: Chess Club 1, 2.
Brian Jones: All-School Play 2, Basket-
ball 1, Basketball, lntramurals 2, 3, F-Club
1, 2, 3, Follies 3, Golf 1, 2, 3, Musical 1,
Photo Club 1, "Signal" Staff 2, 3, Thespi-
ans 3, Volleyball 1, 2, 3.
David Ketter: Baseball 1, 2, Basketball 3,
Basketball, lntramurals 2, Conservation
Club 1, F-Club 2, 3, Key Club 3, Trees for
Tomorrow 1, Volleyball 1, 2, 3.
Kay Kleifgen: French Club 3, Pep Club 1,
Pep Band 1.
Scott Klug: Class V. Pres. 3, F-Club 1, 2,
3, Football 1, 2, 3, Key Club 2, 3, V. Pres,
Student Council 2, 3, Track 1, Wrestling 1,
2, 3, Captain 3.
Kurt Knoll: Basketball 1, Basketball,
Intramurals 2, 3, F-Club 2, 3, Football 1, 2,
3, Student Council 1, Tennis 2, Track 1,
Weight-Lifters 2, 3.
Linda Koch: Girls Chorale 1, 2.
Linda Komes: Art League 2, 3, Cheer-
leading 1, 2, Pep Club 1, 2, Redskins 1, 2,
"Signal" Staff 3, Student Council 3.
Bradley Krahn: Chess Club 2, 3, Ski Club
Deb Kraus: FHA 1, 2, Pres. 2.
Elizabeth Kriedeman: All-School Play 3,
All-School Play Crew 3, Musical 1, 2, Musi-
cal Crew 2.
Jane Kube: Band 1, 2, 3, FFA 3, FHA 2,
Treas. 2, Flagline 3, Pep Band 1, 2, Trees
for Tomorrow 3.
Noreen Kutz: French Club 1, 2, 3, V.
Pres. 3, Redskins 1, 2, 3, V. Pres. 2, Pres.
Steve Larsen: Band 1, 2, 3, Basketball,
Intramurals 1, 2, 3, Cross Country 1, 2, 3,
Choir 3, F-Club 1, 2, 3, Key Club 3, Musi-
cal Crew 2, Pep Band 1, 2, 3, Spanish Club
2, 3, Student Council 1, Track 1, 2, 3.
Mike Leikness: Art League 1, 3, Key
Club 3, Photo Club 1, Ski Club 3, Tcho-
geerrah Staff 1, 2, 3, Tennis 1.
Nancy Lemerand: Choir 1, 2, 3, Girls
Chorale 1, 2, 3.
Steve Lemke: FFA 1, 2, 3.
Sandy Lonsdale: Choir 1, 2, 3, Pep Club
1, Tennis 1.
Teresa Lucht: Flagline 2, Swimming 1, 2.
Lori Luebke: All-School Play Crew 1,
Cheerleading 2, 3, Choir 1, 2, 3, Color
Guard 2, Flagline 1, Musical 2, Musical
Crew 1, Prom Court 2, Student Council 3.
Lisa Lueder: All-School Play Crew 2, Art
League 2, Color Guard 2, 3, Follies 3, Mas-
que SZ Gavel 2, Musical Crew 1, NHS 1, 2,
3, Prom Court 2, Redskins 1, 2, 3, Treas. 2,
Sec. 3, Redskin Formal co-chairman 3,
Spanish Club 1, 2, 3, Student Council 2,
Tchogeerrah Staff 2, 3, ed. 3, Teen Talk
3, Thespians 3.
Susan Martin: French Club 2, Pep Club 1.
Diane Mayer: All-School Play Crew 2,
Pom-pom 1, Tchogeerrah Staff 2.
Paul Merkt: AFS 3, Key Club 3.
Doug Merriman: Band 1, Basketball,
Intramurals 1, Cross Country 1, 2, F-Club
1, 2, 3, Musical Crew 2, Photo Club 1, 2, 3,
Ski Club 3, Swimming 2, Track 1, Trees for
Tomorrow 1, Wrestling 1.
Daniel Lemke: Transfer Student 1973
from Lakeside Lutheran, Choir 3.
Paul Mittelstadt: AV Club 1, 2, 3.
Keith Morse: All-School Play 1, Choir 3,
Musical 1, Orchestra 1, 2, 3, "Signal',
Staff 2, 3, ed. 3.
Kathy Novak: Art League 2.
Linda Oathout: Art League 3, Choir 3,
Follies 3, Girls Chorale 2, Musical Crew 1,
2, Thespians 3, Triple Trio 1, Volleyball 3.
Shannon 0'Brien: Cheerleading 1, 2,
Choir 3, Color Guard 1, 2, 3, Sergeant 3,
Follies 3, Homecoming Court 3, Musical 1,
Pep Club 1, Redskins 1, Ski Club 3, Stu-
dent Council 3, Tennis 3, Track 2, 3.
Eric Olson: Basketball, Intramurals 1, 2,
3, F-Club 2, 3, Pres. 3, Football 1, 2, 3,
Key Club 2, 3, Track 1, 2, 3, Weight-Lifters
1, 2, "Who Knows?" 3, Capt. 3.
Judy Olson: Color Guard 2, 3, Musical
Crew 1, Pep Club 1, Spanish Club 1.
Roberta Olson: All-School Play Crew 1.
David Rohde: FFA 1, 2.
Mike Root: All-School Play Crew 1, 2,
Band 1, 2, 3, Baseball 2, Basketball, Intra-
murals 1, 2, Choir 2, 3, Follies 3, Golf 3,
Key Club 3, Musical 1, 2, Orchestra 2, 3,
Pep Band 1, 2, 3, Stage Band 2, 3, Thespi-
ans 2, 3.
Jan Rostollan: French Club 3.
Marilyn Busch: Homecoming Court 1.
Luke Russell: All-School Play 2, 3, All-
School Play Crew 2, 3, Badger Boys, State
2, Baseball 1, 2, 3, Basketball 1, 2, 3, Choir
3, V. Pres. 3, F-Club 1, 2, 3, Follies 3,
Football 1, 2, 3, Musical 1, 2, Musical Crew
1, 2, Thespians 2, 3, Scribe 3.
Jeanne Sarnosky: Transfer student 1972,
Rockland, Mass. Art League 2, 3, Badmin-
ton 3, Choir 3, Follies 3, Homecoming
Court 2, Musical Crew 2, Ski Club 3, Thes-
pians 3, Track 3, Volleyball 3.
John Schaefer: Basketball 2, 3, Basket-
ball, Intramurals 1, Chess Club 1, Key Club
2, "Signal', Staff 2, 3, Historian 3, Track
1, 2, 3.
Russell Patefield: Band 1, 2, F-Club 3,
Footballl, 2, 3, Golf 1, 2, 3, Pep Band 1,
2, Swimming 1, 2, Weight-Lifters 2, 3.
Sheri Patrick: Art League 3, Basketball 2,
Choir 3, Girls Chorale 1, 2, Sec. 3, Pep
Club 3, Track 2, Triple Trio 2, Volleyball
1, 2, 3.
Gregg Petersen: Cross Country 1, 2, 3, F-
Club 1, 2, 3, French Club 1, Key Club 1, 2,
3, Treas. 3, Student Council 2, Track 1, 2,
Weight-Lifters 1, 2, "Who Knows?" 3,
Wrestling 1, 2.
Janice Peterson: Conservation Club 1,
Spanish Club 1, 2, Trees for Tomorrow 2.
Robin Prabst: An League 3, Cheerlead-
ing 1, Spanish Club 1.
Sandi Punzel: AFS 3, Cheerleading 1, 2,
3, Capt. 3, Homecoming co-chairman 3,
Pep Club 1, 2, 3, Ski Club 3, Spanish Club
1, 2, 3, Student Council 2, 3, Sec. 3.
Scott Reich: Basketball, Intramurals 1, 2,
3, Cross Country 1, 2, 3, F-Club 1, 2, 3,
Student Council 3, Swimming 1, 2, 3, Ten-
nis 2, Track 1, "Who Knows?" Alt. 3.
Cindy Revels: FFA 2, 3, "Who Knows?,,
Kathy Scherwitz: Badger Girls' State 2,
French Club 3, NHS 2, 3, "Who Knows?1'
3, YARC 1, 2, 3, Sec.-Treas.
Senior Summaries - 165
Mary Jo Schink: Band 1, 2, FHA 1, 2,
Pep Band 1.
Phil Schoofs: AFS 3, All-School Play 1,
2, Badger Boys' State 2, Basketball 1, Bas-
ketball, lntramurals 2, 3, Conservation
Club 1, Key Club 1, 2, 3, Pres. 3, Masque
81 Gavel 2, Musical 2, Musical Crew 2,
NHS 1, 2, 3, Pres. 3, Spanish Club 1, Stu-
dent Council 2.
Pat Schroeder: Band 1, 2, 3, Choir 3,
Class Sec.-Treas. 3, Flagline 1, 2, 3, Follies
3, Homecoming Co-chairman 3, Pep Club
1, Pep Ba-nd 1, 2, 3, Redskins 1, 2, Stage
Band 3, Student Council 3, Track 1.
Sandra Schroeder: Transfer student
1972, Columbus, Wis., Art League 3,
French Club 3, Girls Chorale 3, Musical 2,
Orchestra 2, 3, Triple Trio 2.
Connie Schultz: Badminton 2, Girls Cho-
rale 1, 2, Musical Crew 2, Triple Trio 1,
Volleyball 2, 3.
Sandy Schultz: Badminton 1, Conserva-
tion Club 1, Latin Club 1, 2, Trees for
Deb Seavert: Girls Chorale 1.
Diane Shanahan: AV Club 1, 2, Choir 3,
Girls Chorale 1, 2.
Gail Smedal: Art League 2, 3, Band 1,
Cheerleading 1, 2, 3, French Club 2, 3, Pep
Club 1, 2, 3, Pep Band 1, Redskins 1, 2, 3,
Bonnie Stedman: AFS 2, 3, Sec.-Treas,
All-School Play 2, All-School Play Crew 2,
Americans Abroad 2, Band 1, Choir 2, 3,
Flagline 1, Forensics 2, 3, Masque St Gavel
1, 2, Musical 1, 2, Musical Crew 1, 2,
Orchestra 1, Pep Club 2, Pep Band 1, Pom-
pom 2, Spanish Club 1, 2, 3, Thespians 2,
3, Triple Trio 2, 3.
Jeanine Stewart: Art League 1, 2, 3,
"Signal" Staff 3.
Linda Stewart: Choir 2, 3, Girls Chorale
1, Volleyball 1.
Kurt Stinebrink: Basketball, lntramurals
166 - Senior Summaries
Lynda Strom: Badger Girls' State 2, Band
1, 2, Cheerleading 1, 2, 3, Choir 3, FHA 1,
Follies 3, Musical 1, 2, Orchestra 1, 2, Pep
Club 1, 3, Pep Band 1, Spanish Club 1, 2,
Track 3, Volleyball 1.
Ric Sushanek: Band 1, 2, 3, Basketball 2,
Basketball, lntramurals 1, 2, 3, F-Club 2, 3,
Football Mgr. 1, 2, 3, Golf 1, Pep Band 1,
2, 3, Track 1.
Kim Summeril: Band 1, 2, 3, Basketball,
lntramurals 1, 2, 3, Class Chairman 1, 2, F-
Club 2, 3, Football 1, 2, 3, Orchestra 1, 3,
Pep Band 1, 2, 3, Stage Band 1, 2, 3, Stu-
dent Council 1, 2, 3, Pres. 3, Track 1, 2,
Weight-lifters 2, 3.
Patricia Teed: All-School Play 2, 3, All-
School Play Crew 2, Choir 1, 2, 3, Follies 3,
Forensics 1, 2, 3, Girls Chorale 3, Masque
81 Gavel 2, Musical 1, 2, NHS 1, 2, 3, Thes-
pians 2, 3, Triple Trio 1, 2, 3.
Laurene Thureson: All-School Play 3,
Student Director, FHA 2, 3, Pres., Follies
3, French Club 3, Musical Crew 3, Thespi-
Greg Tolen: Band 1, 2, 3, Baseball 1, 2, 3,
Barb T0uton:'Art League 1, 2, 3, Choir 2,
3, Sec.-Treas. 3, Flagline 1, Follies 3, Musi-
cal 2, Pep Club 1, Swimming 1, Trees for
Tomorrow 3, Volleyball 3.
LaVerne Turner: Baseball 1, 2, 3, Basket-
ball, lntramurals 1, 2, 3, F-Club 2, 3.
Sam Tyler: FFA 3.
Kay Udey: AFS 1, Band 1, 2, 3, NHS 2, 3,
Orchestra 2, 3, Spanish Club 1, Swimming
Sue VanderMause: Prom Queen 2.
Lori Weber: Art League 1, 2, 3, Pres. 3,
Pep Club 1, Redskins 1, 2, Spanish Club 1,
James Weiss: Badger Boys, State 2, Base-
ball 1, 2, 3, Basketball 1, 2, Basketball,
lntramurals 3, F-Club 2, 3, Football 1, Key
Club 1, NHS 1, 2, 3, Sec.-Treas. 3, "Sig-
nal" Staff 3, Spanish Club 1, Swimming 3,
Vicki Wendlandt: All-School Play 1, 2,
All-School Play Crew 1, 2, 3, Band 1, 2, 3,
Choir 1, 2, 3, Flagline 1, 2, 3, Masque 81
Gavel 1, Musical 1, 2, Musical Crew 1, 2,
Orchestra 1, 3, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, Redskins
2, 3, Thespians 2, 3, Trees for Tomorrow 1,
Triple Trio 2.
Above: Senior Tim Shekey demonstrates the fine art
of threading a needle during boys Bachelor Course.
Chris Wenham: FFA 2, 3, Girls Chorale
Dan Wentz: Band 1, 2, 3, F-Club 3, Key
Club 1, 2, 3, Pep Band 1, 2, 3, Volleyball 2,
Bob Wilson: Transfer Student 1973 from
Rockford, lll., FFA 3, Ping-pong 3.
Connie Yandry: FFA 1, 2, 3, Girls Cho-
rale 1, 2.
Terrance Yonash: Choir 3, F-Club 3,
Bill Yonkers Cross Country 1, Key Club
Ellen Zemel: AFS 3, All-School Play 2,
Band 1, 2, 3, Basketball 1, Cheerleading 1,
Choir 3, Follies 3, Masque Sz Gavel 1, 2,
Musical 1, 2, Musical Crew 2, Pep Club 1,
"Signal" Staff 1, 2, 3, Bus. Mgr. 3, Tennis
2, 3, Thespians 2, 3, Volleyball 1, 2.
Mr. Grayson Babcock: Lawrence, B.A.:
Vandercook, M.A.g Band.
Mr. Paul Babcock: UW-Platteville, B.S.,
UW-Whitewater, M.S., Eng. 10, Novel,
Miss Derry Brown: College of Wooster,
B.A.g Columbia U., M.A.g School Psycholo-
Mr. Orrin Bull: UW-Whitewater, B.Ed.g
UW-Madison, M.S., Guidance Director.
Mr. David Camplin: UW-Whitewater,
B.Ed., Black Studies, Comm. 12 A-B, Bus.
Mrs. Conny Carlson: Valparaiso, B.A.g
Drama, Am. Lit. A-B.
Mr. Elwood Carlson: Valparaiso, B.A.g
UW-Madison, M.S., Sociology, Psychology,
Mrs. Marion Dexheimer: U-Illinois,
B.S.g Boston U., Spanish Il, III, IV, Per.
Miss Nancy Dyer: UW-LaCrosse, B.S.:
Girls P.E. 10-11.
Mrs. Jean Ehrke: UW-Madison, B.S.,
M.S., Clothing, Tailoring, Home Furn.,
Mrs. Harriet Flood: UW-Whitewater,
B.Ed., M.S.T., Sec. Off. Prac., Shorthand I,
II, Coop. Bus. Ed.
Mr. Thomas Fuller: UW-LaCrosse, B.S.,
Chemistry, Gen. Biol., Phy. Science.
Mr. Don Gruber: UW-Plattsville, B.S.,
UW-Madison, M.S., Boys P.E. 10-11.
Mr. Robert Hase: UW-Milwaukee, B.S.g
UW-Madison, M.A.g Art Survey, Adv. Art I,
Mr. Roland Hunsader: UW-River Falls,
B.E.g UW-Madison, M.S.: Superintendent.
Mr. Richard James: Carthage College,
B.A.g Girls Chorale, Concert Choir.
Mr. John Kammer: UW-Whitewater,
B.E.g UW-Madison, M.A.g Typing, I, II,
Mr. Vernon Jordan: Westmar College,
B.S., UW-Madison, Ind. Tech., Metals Sur-
vey, Adv. Metals I, II, Pwr. at Home, Plas-
Miss Beverly Killian: West Chester State
College, B.S.g Girls P.E. 10-12, Adapt. Girls
Mrs. Janice Kohls: UW-Platteville, B.S.g
UW-Madison, M.S.g Yrbk. Journ., Eng. 10,
Mr. William Kohls: UW-Stevens Point,
B.S.g UW-Madison, M.S.g Guidance Coun-
Mrs. Katherine Krizsan: Milton College,
B.M.: UW-Whitewater, M.S.T.g Eng. IOG,
Bus. Eng., Eng. 11 A-B, Ind.-Tech. Eng.
Mrs. Barbara Kuehl: UW-Stout, B.S.,
PFL, Foods I, Meal Management.
Mr. Robert LaHann: UW-Platteville,
B.S.g UW-Madison, M.S., U-New Hamp-
shire, M.S.C.T.: Chemistry, Organ. Chemis-
try, Qual. Analysis.
Mr. Norville Lansing: UW-River Falls,
B.S.g Beg. Algebra, Mod. Geometry, Geom.
H., Alg. II.
Mr. Glenn Lepley: UW-LaCrosse B.S.,
UW-Madison, M.S., Principal.
Mr. Lyle Lueschow: UW-Stevens Point,
B.S., UW-Madison, M.S.g Bus. Manager.
Mr. Robert Merriman: UW-Whitewater,
B.Ed.g UW-Madison, M.S., Work Study,
Transportation, Safety, Attendance Co-ordi-
Mr. Lyle Mercer: UW-River Falls, B.S.g
Animal Science, Gen. Agr. Shop, Agr.
Mrs. Patricia Mitchell: UW-Whitewater,
B.Ed.g Typing I, Shorthand I.
Mr. Carty Monahan: Black Hills State,
B.S.g Driver Ed.
Mr. Robert Moore: Loyola U., B.A.g Chi-
cago U., M.A.g Latin, Humanities, Eng. 10,
Mr. Dennis Nehring: UW-Platteville,
B.S., M.S.g Tractor Maint., Hort., Prod.
Agr. Coop. Agr., LVEC.
Left: Mr. Rirk James proudly displays his second
annual B.V.D. gift from the senior choir m4-inbers.
Mrs. Mary Nowak: UW-Oshkosh, B.S.,
UW-Madison, M.S.L.S.g Librarian.
Mrs. Margaret Patzer: UW-Whitewater,
B.S., M.S.g Special Education.
Mr. Don Piper: UW-Whitewater, B.A.g
UW-Madison, M.S., Government, Comp.
Mr. Jerry Price: UW-Stout, B.S., M.S.g
Mech. Drawing, Intro. Graphics, Pwr. Sur-
vey, Bes. Arch., Pwr. at Home.
Mrs. Nancy Price: UW-Whitewater, B.E.:
French I, II, Music.
Mrs. Jane Rebne: UW-Stout, B.S., Child
Development, Foods II, Bachelor Course.
Mr. Donald Reed: UW-Stout, B.S.: Power
I, II, III, IV, Coop. IA.
Mrs. Martha Romstad: UW-Madison,
Mr. Gail Roub: Northwestern U., B.S.g
UW-Madison, M.S., Nws. Journ., Russian
Hist., Mod. Wld. Hist., Acn Sz Med. Hist.,
Mr. Paul Raasoch: UW-Whitewater, B.S.g
Western New England College, M.B.A.g
Photography, Phy. Science, Physics.
Mr. Karl Schlender: UW-LaCrosse, B.S.,
M.S.g Boys P.E. 11-12, Adapt. Boys P.E.
Mr. Phillips Schubert: UW-Whitewater,
B.E., M.S.g Speech, Media.
Mr. Gerald Spaanem: UW-Platteville
B.S., Drake U., M.S., Biology, Physiology,
Mr. James Strey: UW-Whitewater, B.Ed.,
M.S.T., Am. Issues, U.S. History.
Mrs. Gustava Swanson: U-Minnesota,
B.S., U.S. History.
Mr. Robert Vincent: UW-Platteville,
B.S., M.S.T.g Electricity, Elect. Theory,
Adv. Plastics, Adv. Woods, Ind.-Tech.,
Mrs. Barbara Voight: UW-Oshkosh,
B.S., UW-Whitewater, M.S.T.g Speech, Am.
Lit. A-B, Hist. of Eng.
Mr. John Voight: UW-Oshkosh, B.S.,
UW-Madison, L.L.B.: Cons. Econ., College
Mr. Don Wahl: UW-Whitewater, B.E.g
Intro. Analy., Geometry, Prob. Sz Stat.,
Mrs. Evelyn Widmann: UW-Whitewater,
B.Ed., Spanish III, Adv. Spanish.
Mr. Ardell Wiederhoeft: UW-Madison,
B.S., Analy. Geom., Algebra Il, Cons.
Mr. Ron Wildermuth: UW-Madison, Ph.
D.: UW-Milwaukee, M.S.: UW-Whitewater,
B.E., Contemporary Issues, U.S. History.
Mr. Ed Winiarski: UW-LaCrosse, B.S.g
UW-Madison, M.S.g Associate Principal,
District Athletic Director.
Mr. Carl Zentner: UW-Madison, B.S.,
M.S., Gen. Biology, Conservation.
Fliflllly Summaries 4167
Abendroth Water Conditioning
A 81 W Drive Inn
The Bank of Fort Atkinson
Bell, Bell 81 Short
Blodgett Milling Co.
Butler Manufacturing Co.
Celeste Beauty Salon
Chamber of Commerce
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Ciaglo
Citizen's State Bank
The Clothes Line
Dairy Queen Brazier
Gordon F. Day
Dog 'n Suds
168 - Sponsors
1973-7 4 Tchogeerfah Sponsors
Dunlap Memorial Home
E 81 F Auto Shop
Engan Braun Lumber Co.
Jefferson County Farmco Co.
First National Bank
Bill Starke Ford-Mercury
Fort Housing Mart
Fort Medical Center
Fort Savings 81 Loan
Gruner's Office Supplies 81 Books
Drs. Handeyside 81 Bates
Harry Rose Memorials
Hartwig Egg 81 Poultry
The Highsmith Co.
H 81 R Block
Jenson 81 Jones
J im's Barber Shop
Johnson Hill Press
Kentucky Fried Chicken
Kopp's Barber Shop
Larson Canning Co.
Lee Black Jewelers
Lemke Fence Co.
Loganway Real Estate 81 Appraisers 'The Pharmacy
Lorman Iron Pla-Buoy
Mack's Prestige Furniture
Merle Norman Cosmetics
McKelvey Insurance Co.
Mittag Quality Dry Cleaners
Modern Machine 81 Tool
Moore's Seafood Products, Inc.
Rex's 66 Gas Station
Riverside Farm Foods, Inc.
Royal F. Hayes Funeral Home
Sid's Badger Lunch
Simonson Oil Co.
Smith, Rogers 81 Smith
S 81 S Garden Center
Sutherland Lumber Co.
Tom's Shoe Store
Uncle Josh Bait Co.
The Velvet Touch Beauty Salon
"'W. D. Hoard 81 Sons
Wayne Hayes Realty
J im Weiss Realty
Donald W. Wescott
Yerges Van Lines
'denotes special contributions
Abbott, Kari 1101 124.
Abbott, Ray 1121 69, 76, 106, 114, 142, 148.
Abell, Linda 1121 83, 148.
Abernethy, Thomas 1111.
Ackman, Philip 1111 81, 82, 84, 85, 130.
Adams, John 1121 106, 136.
AFS 64, 65.
Agaton, Milagros 1111 130.
Ag-Industrial Arts 48, 49.
Akright, Cindy 1101 71, 124.
Allen, Dixie 1121 139.
Allen, Susan 1101 71, 80, 124.
All-School Play 22,23.
Alviar, Pancho 1111 67.
Amacher, Lisa 1101 68, 82, 124.
Ambrose, David 1101 124.
Ament, Merry 1111 77, 87, 119, 130.
Ament, Steven 1101 108, 124.
Anderson, Jeffrey 1111 131.
Anderson, Jodi 1111 68, 130.
Anderson, Keven 1101.
Angus, Scott 1121 29, 76, 92, 99, 106, 139.
Ankomeus, Julie 1101 124.
Armstrong, Debra 1121 139, 159.
Arndt, Debra 1111 87, 130.
Arnold, Cindy 1111 130.
Art League 78, 79.
Ault, Pamila 1121 139.
Austin, Lori 1111 77, 79, 93, 130.
A.V. Club 84.
Babcock, Mr. Grayson 45.
Babcock, Kathleen 1111.
Babcock, Mark 1121.
Babcock, Michael 1121 37, 67, 76, 81, 104, 114,
Babcock, Mr. Paul 39.
Babcock, Sheryl 1101.
Baker, Judy 1111 130.
Baker, Michael 1101 124.
Baker, Nancy 1101 124.
Baker, Patricia 1121 79, 83, 87, 139.
Baker, Robert 1121 139.
Band 66. 67, 68, 69.
Bare, Cary 1111.
Bartz, Jeffrey 1111 130.
Bartz, Michael 1101 109, 124.
Baseball 100, 101.
Bashaw, Jeffrey 1121.
Basketball 110, 111, 112, 113.
Bates, Beth 1101 124.
Bates, Dr. Donald 37.
Batein, Douglas 1121 109, 139, 140.
Bauer, Andrew 1121 51, 63, 14-0.
Bauer, Gregory 1101 104, 124.
Bauer, Joseph 1111 18, 86, 130.
Bauer, Pamila 1101 79, 124.
Bauer, Richard 1121.
Beach, William 1101 124.
Beahlen, Duane 1101 124.
Beaver, William 1111 130.
Beckman, Richard 1111 130.
Bickle, DuWayne 1111 67, 81, 130.
Bienfang, Marie 1121 77, 80, 96, 140, 160, 161.
Birk, Carl 1101 67, 124.
Blank, Vicky 1111.
Blasing, Debra 1121 140.
Bleiler, Julie 1111 71, 130.
Bleiler, Randy 1121 48.
Blomgren, John 1101.
Blomgren, Marlene 1111 130.
Blood, Brenda 1121 140.
Borchardt, James 1121 68, 71, 81, 109, 140.
Borchardt, Laurie 1101.
Borland, Mr. Glen 106.
170 - Index
Bowen, Cindy 1101 52, 69, 124.
Bowen, Sherrie 1111 66, 130.
Brandt, Debra 1111 82, 124, 130.
Brant, Dale 1101 108.
Brant, Lawerence 1111 71, 109, 130.
Breitsprecher, Sue 1101 22, 79, 128.
Breitsprecher, Mary 1121 140.
Brigadoon 12, 13.
Brom, Barbara 1101 124.
Brom, Thomas 1111.
Brooks, Karen 1111 130.
Brown, Derry 36.
Brown, Lori 1101 79, 96, 119, 124.
Brown, Robert 1111 19, 68, 109, 130.
Buchholtz, Debra 1111 12, 22, 23, 71, 75, 77, 83,
96, 130, 133.
Buckingham, Nanette 1121 89, 140.
Bulgrin, Stephen 1101 68, 108, 124.
Bull, Mr. Orrin 36.
Bullock, Rebecca 1111 74, 75, 93, 130.
Burfield, Miss Kristine.
Burlingame, Betty 1121 140.
Burnette, Richard 1111 81, 106, 130.
Burnette, Robert 1121 25, 76, 106, 140.
Burrow, James 1111 68, 109, 130.
Burrow, Mrs. Sue 19.
Butler, Vicki 1121 140.
Caley, Anita 1101 125.
Camplain, Mr. David 39, 85.
Canard, Barbara 1111 71, 125, 135, 172.
Canard, June 1101 125.
Canton, Terry 1121 79, 82, 83, 85.
Carbon, Kristin 1101 68, 77, 125.
Carlson, Mrs. Connie 39.
Carlson, Mr. Donald.
Carlson, Mr. Elwood 39, 42, 43, 81.
Carlisle, Nancy 1111 130.
Carnes, James 1111.
Carnes., Wesley 1111.
Carpentier, Katherine 1121 20, 42, 75, 77, 79, 93,
Carson, Scott 1111 106, 130.
Cartwright, Delbert 1111.
Cartwright, Donald 1121 89, 140.
Cary, Brian 1121 44, 79, 141.
Chadwick, Jordon 1111 76, 100.
Chadwick, Kelly 1121 16. 73, 76, 81, 100, 141.
Cheerleaders 96, 97.
Cheek, William 1111 79.
Chess Club 85.
Choichois, Rebecca 1121 141.
Choichois, Roberta 1101 67, 69, 80, 82, 125.
Choir 70, 71.
Christian, Joan 1111 79.
Christian, Patricia 1101.
Christianson, Daniel 1101 109, 125.
Church, Susan 1121 14, 66, 71, 141, 153.
Ciaglo, Victoria 1121 11, 71, 74, 75, 77, 80, 82, 93,
97, 141, 161.
Ciske, Michael 191 108.
Clark, Danial 1101.
Clark, Wayne 1111 130.
Coffey, Michael 1121 141.
Collins, Cheryl 1111 130.
Congdon, Paula 1101 69, 125.
Congdon, Weslie 1101.
Cooley, Sandra 1111 71.
Coonen, Katherine 1111 79, 82.
Cossio, William 1111 93, 130.
Cox, Kathleen 1111 21, 74, 75, 77, 82, 93, 97.
Cronin, Mr. Tom 52.
Cross Country 104, 105.
Cross, Danial 1111 131.
Cushman, David 1111 68, 81, 131.
Czech, Sandra 1121 69, 141.
Dahnert, David 1121 89, 141.
Dahnert, Dean 1121 141, 160.
Dahnert, Kenneth 1101 76, 89, 98, 99, 104, 125
Dahnert, Laurie 1111 131.
Dahnert, Thomas 1111 131.
Dailey, Cheryl 1121 89, 141.
Dailey, Marcia 1121.
Davis, Cynthia 1121 84, 141.
Davis, Patti 1121 79, 141.
Deets, Michael 1111 106, 131.
Deichl, Scott 1101 125.
Dempski, Christine 1101.
Dennis, John 1121 76, 114, 142.
Dennis, Lynn 1111 79, 83, 131.
Derr, Deanna 1101.
Derus, Robert 1111 71, 131.
Desjarlais, Jean 1121 66, 97, 142, 153, 162.
DeVetter, Paul 1101 125.
DeWitt, Brian 1111 71, 79, 89, 131.
Dexheimer, Mrs. Marion 47, 82.
Dexheimer, William 1121 59, 67, 76, 81, 104,
Diels, Cindy 1101.
Deils, Ronald 1121.
Dillin, Keith 1111 71,131.
Dilmy, Irham 1121 64, 65, 109, 142, 144.
Donohue, Cathleen 1121 66, 67, 71, 142.
Donkle, Mrs. 85.
Doolittle, Linda 1101 125.
Doolottle, Steven 1111 79, 131.
Dom, Kenneth 1111.
Draeger, Dennis 1121 76, 89, 106, 143.
Drew, Brett 1101.
Duesterbeck, Jerome 1101.
Dunn, Barbara 1111.
Dunsmoor, Carole 1121 143.
Dyer, Miss Nancy 51, 119.
Eastlick, Dorothea 1101.
Eastlick, Emery 1111 71.98, 99, 106, 131.
Ebbert, Donald 1121 143.
Ehrke, Mrs. Jean 50, 87.
Eisenbrandt, Sally 1121 71, 74, 75, 143, 154.
Eisner, Christine 1121.
Ellis, Barbara 1111.
Ellis, Christine 1121 143.
Elwood, Alison 1101 69, 125.
Emmons, Douglas 1101 98, 104, 125.
Emrick, Luanne 1111 32, 69, 80, 131.
Endl, Lawrence 1111.
Erdman, Nancy 1111 51, 71, 131.
Erdman, Thomas 1101 71, 108, 125.
Erickson, Mr. 89.
Falk, Kathryn 1101 71, 125.
Farnsworth, Rhonda 1101 125.
Farnsworth, Roger 1101 109, 125.
Fay, Jill 1101 125.
Ferrell, Michael 1111 63, 76, 98, 99, 106, 131
FFA 88, 89.
Fiedler, Deborah 1111 131.
Fiedler, Kathy 1101 77, 80, 125.
Fiegel, Richard 1121.
Findley, Mrs. Beverly.
Findley, Kim 1111.
Fischer, George 1101.
Fischer, Judy 1101 71, 77, 80, 125.
Fischer, Michael 1121 143.
Fixmer, Mrs. Audrey 75.
Fixmer, Kathy 1121 80, 83, 119.
Fixmer, Kristin 1111 131, 143.
Floerke, Norman 1101 125.
Flood, Mrs. Harriet 41.
Foelker, Diana 1101 69, 125.
Foelker, James 1121 81, 82, 14-3.
Foelker, Janis 1121 20, 21, 79, 93, 143, 155
, Mary 1111 131.
, Peter 1121.
Foltz, Daniel 1111 89, 131.
Foltz, Donald 1111 89, 131.
Football 106, 107, 108, 109.
Forsberg, Caryn 1111 131.
Forsberg, Craig 1121 76, 81, 143.
Foudrey, Brook 1101 79, 125.
Fowler, Thomas 1101.
Fox, Leann 1111 66, 69, 131.
Frandson, Candace 1101 67, 80, 125.
Frankiewicz, Daniel 1111.
Freeman, Thomas 1101 91.
French Club 83.
Frentzel, Michael 1111 79, 131.
Friedel, Thomas 1111 98, 106, 131.
Fronk, David 1111 71, 76, 100, 106, 131.
Fry, Mr. Donald 37.
Frye, Janet 1101 125.
Fuller, Mr. Thomas 53.
Furley, Mary 1101 71, 125.
laber, William 1111 109, 131.
lac, Paul 1121 143.
lang, John 1121 143.
lanzow, Russell 1121 89, 14-3.
larrett, Karla 1111 97, 131.
larrett, Vicki 1121 24, 69, 143, 14-6.
larthwait, Richard 1111 132.
larthwait, William 1121 76, 106, 138, 141, 144.
larvert, Arnold 1101 125.
larvert, Bemard 1111 15.
lebhardt, Kathleen 1101 71, 119, 125.
leller, Charlene 1111 87.
less, Eileen 1121 79, 144.
less, Richie 1111 76, 106, 131.
less, Rose 1101 79, 89, 125.
limmer, Michael 1111.
lirls Sports 118, 119, 120, 121.
loddard, Scot 1111 131. -
lodfrey, Thomas 1111 76, 131.
lolich, George 1111 79, 131.
lolich, James 1101 79, 125.
lolinski, Lynne 1101 79, 125.
loodale, Frank 1121 18, 144.
loodrnan, Elizabeth 1111 67, 75, 80, 131.
Gore, Debra 1121 14-4.
Goulder, Lori 1101 69, 125.
Gourley, David 1101 125.
Green, Deborah 1121 144.
Green, Letticia 1111.
Griffin, Gail 1111 71, 74, 75, 77, 80, 82, 131.
Griffin, James 1121 144.
Griffin, Karen 1111 77, 131.
Griffin, Richard 1111 78, 79, 131.
Griggs, Elizabeth 1101 125.
Gross, Russell 1111 63, 67, 98, 99, 131.
Gruber, Mr. Don 51.
Gudensehwager, Eric 1121 76, 79, 81, 99, 106,
Guttenberg, Joseph 1101.
Hacht, Michael 1121 76, 108, 145.
Hagedorn, Lisa 1121 145.
Hagen, Ronald 1121 69, 89, 145.
Hammer, Steven 1111 81, 82, 84, 85, 131.
Hansen, Kristine 1121 145.
Handyside, Helen 1111 67, 119, 131.
Harman, Corey 1111 71, 74, 75, 81, 100, 131.
Hartman, Alan 1111 131.
Hartman, Christy 1111 131.
Hartwig, Deborah 1121 71, 79, 145.
Hartwig, Douglas 1101.
Hase, Mr. Robert 45, 79.
Haubenschild, Karen 1101 71, 77, 97, 125, 127.
Haubenschild, Laurie 1121 145.
Haubenschild, Steven 1111 63, 67, 106, 132.
Haukom, Brian 1111 86, 98, 99, 106, 132,
Hayes, Karla 1121 145, 161.
Haynes, Catherine 1121.
Hays, Donna 1121 71, 145.
Healy, Helen 1111 83, 132.
Healy, Patricia 1101.
Hedding, Gayle 1101 71, 125.
Hedding, Maureen 1121 73, 14-5, 161.
Heiman, Suzanna 1111 132.
Heine, Patricia 1121 71, 14-5.
Heiser, John 1111 79, 99, 132.
Heiser, Judith 1101 71, 125.
Heinz, Donald 1121 76, 14-5.
Heinz, Walter 1121 69, 14-5.
Heitz, Kim 1111 132.
Hembrook, Karen 1111.
Herro, Steven 1101.
Hershman, Teresa 1121 145.
Heth, Lori 1121 66, 67, 80, 146.
Hetts, Renee 1111 132.
Left: Students watch the cheerleaders portraying Sha-
na-na alan assembly before the Jefferson game.
Hevey, Jane 1111 22, 71, 75, 132.
Hilgendorf, Randy 1101.
Hill, Daniel 1111 76, 114, 132.
Hill, Debra 1111.
Hinz, Susan 1111 68,132
Hinton, Lana 1101 89.
Hinch, Mark 1101 126.
Hinch, Nick 1101 126.
Hish, Bradley 1101 84, 88, 89, 126.
Hish, Mr. Jack 54-.
Hish, Shelly 1111 87, 132.
Hobe, Mathew 1121 69, 76, 81, 92, 99, 104, 146.
Hoffman, Jeffrey 1121 106, 146.
Hoffman, Lawrence 1101 126.
Hoffman, Michael 1101 17, 67, 76, 85, 109, 114,
115, 126, 128.
Hohlbein, Rainer 1101 67, 126.
Holl, Debra 1111 79, 82, 132,
Hollenheck, Daniel 1111 98, 99, 106, 132.
Hollenheck, Jean 1111 132.
Holliger, Cynthia 1111 132.
Holston, Steven 1121 67, 146.
Homecoming 20, 21.
Hommen, David 1121.
Horton, Lisa 1111 79, 83, 119, 132.
Howe, Susan 1111.
Hovel, Mr. Steve 63, 106.
Hruska, Patricia 1101 67, 93, 126.
Huber, Burt 1111 76, 86, 98, 99, 106, 114, 115,
Hulbert, Marie 1121 146.
Hummel, Gail 1111 79, 132.
Humphrey, Mary 1121 66, 67, 68, 71, 83, 146, 153.
Humphrey, Randall 1111 71, 132.
Hunsader, Mr. Roland 36, 37.
Hupkem, Joam 1121.
Hustad, Debra 1101 126.
Hutchins, Bruce 1111 106, 132.
Huttner, Sally 1121 147.
Huttner, Susan 1101 89, 147.
Idtse, Mr. Fred 37.
Jackson, Philip 1121 37, 76, 81, 99, 104, 141, 143,
Jacobson, Elvin 1121 76, 99, 109, 147, 160.
Jacobson, Randall 1111 109, 130, 132.
James, Mr. Richard 27, 29, 45, 71.
Janke, Brian'1101 108.
Janke, Jeffrey 1111 25, 67, 81, 85, 132.
Janke, Wendy 1111 32, 87.
Jelinek, Kay 1111 71, 126, 132.
Jelinek, Valerie 1101 71, 126, 132.
Jensen, Kay 1121 147.
Jensen, Nancy 1101 71, 126.
JoHann, Anthony 1121 147.
J oHann, Michael 1111.
Johnson, Bruce 1101 126.
Johnson, Gregory 1111.
Johnson, Mark 1111.
Johnson, Peggy 1121 147.
Johnson, Randall 1101 67, 126.
Jones, Brian 1121 76, 92, 109, 147.
Jones, Daniel 1121 48, 89, 147.
Jones, Mrs. Milo 37.
Jordan, Mr. Vernon 48.
Jung, Dale 1101 68, 89, 126.
Junkar, Linda 1101 126.
Kammer, Mr. John.
Index - 171
Kammer, Jonathan 1111 86, 132.
Keller, Denise 1111 87.
Kelly, James 1121 99, 106, 147, 154.
Kenders, Cheryl 1121 147.
Ketter, David 1121 101, 109, 147.
Ketter, Diane 1111 83, 96, 132.
Key Club 81.
Kibbe, Daniel 1101 63, 98, 104, 126.
Killian, Miss Beverly 51.
Kimpel, Carolyn 1101.
Kirchmayer, William 1101 68, 88, 98, 1
Kjellenberg, James 1111 68, 132.
Kleifgen, Kathryn 1121 41, 14-7.
Kleifgen, Paul 1101 126.
Klement, Cynthia 1111 26, 77, 80, 93, 1
Klietz, James 1121.
Klotz, Marcia 1101 67, 77, 96, 126.
Klug, Iaurie 1101 69, 77, 87, 126.
Klug, Scott 1121 14, 81, 106, 138, 147.
Kluge, Cindy 1111 73, 77, 82, 97, 132.
Kluge, Gerold 1101 73, 92, 126.
Knaack, Cynthia 1111 132.
Knoflicek, Richard 1111 89, 132.
Knoll, Kurt 1121 106, 148.
Knoll, Mr. 108.
Koch, Jacqualine 1111 66, 69, 132.
Koch, Linda 1121 148.
Koch, Tina 1101 71, 126.
Kochendorfer, Laurie 1121 148.
Koehler, Jerome 1101 76, 126.
Koehler, Susan 1111 132.
Kohl, David 1101 127.
Kohls, Mrs. Janice 39, 93.
Kohls, Mr. William 36, 37.
Kokalares, Richard 1101 78.
Komes, Linda 1121 79, 92, 148.
Kordatzky, Ann 1101 69, 126.
Krahn, Bradley 1121 148.
Kraus, Debra 1121 132, 148.
Kraus, Jeana 1111 79, 82, 132.
Kraus, Todd 1101.
Kraus, William 1111 85, 132.
Krause, Daniel 1111 132.
Krause, Jill 1101 79, 126.
Krebs, Dorothy 1111.
Kriedeman, Elizabeth 1121 148.
Kriedeman, Roger 1111 44, 84, 85, 132.
Krizsan, Mrs. Katherine 39.
Kruck, Gregg 1121 148.
Kube, Jane 1121 66, 67, 89, 138, 148.
Kube, Jerry 1101 68, 109, 126.
Kuehl, Mrs. Barbara 50, 77, 87.
Kunkel, Timothy 1121 148.
Kuntz, Dale 1111 132.
Kutz, Bonnie 1111 87, 93, 133.
Kutz, Dennis 1111 89, 133.
Kutz, Gary 1111 89, 133.
Kutz, Joann 1121 79, 148.
Kutz, Noreen 1121 80, 83, 149.
Kutz, Sandra 1121 133.
Kutz, Steven 1101.
Kutz, Susan 1111 80, 92.
LaHann, Mr. Robert 53.
LaMuro, Nancy 1111 71, 77, 80, 96, 97, 133.
Landowski, Laura 1111 12, 38, 71, 75, 80, 119,
Lang, Alan 1111 133.
Langer, Cindy 1101 126.
Lanoway, Gregory 1101 127.
Lanoway, Marla 1121 96, 149.
Lansing, Mr. Norville 41, 53.
Lantz, Kristen 1101 77, 80, 82, 97, 126.
Larsen, Steven 1121 66, 67, 71, 76, 81, 82, 99, 104,
Larson, Kathryn 1111 133.
Lasch, Douglas 1111 69, 133.
Lawhorn, Michael 1111.
Leedle, Mary 1101 17, 71, 126.
Lehr, Gregory 1101.
Leighton, Judy 1111 41, 82, 133.
Leikness, Michael 1121 79, 81, 93, 149.
Leiske, Brenda 1121 149.
172 - Index
Lemerand, Nancy 1121 71, 78, 149.
Lemerand, William 1101 126.
Lemke, Daniel 1121 71, 149.
Lemke, Steven 1121 89, 149.
Lemke, Vickie 1101 126.
Lendabarker, Jody 1101 126.
Lenz, Daniel 1101 109.
Lenz, Michael 1121 92, 99, 150.
Lepley, Mr. Glen 19, 36.
Letcher, Daniel 1101 109, 126.
Lewicki, Susan 1101 77, 80, 82, 97, 126.
Lewis, Doris 1111 71.77, 82, 87, 133.
Lieven, Kathleen 1101 126.
Linberts, Steven 1101.
Lindl, Roger 1111 76, 106, 133, 135.
Lokken, Julie 1101 126.
Lonsdale, John 1101 108, 126.
Lonsdale, Sandra 1121 71, 150.
Loomer, Connie 1111.
Lorman, Mr. Milton 37.
Louis, Judith 1111 71, 133.
Lucht, Teresa 1121 150.
Lueck, Mr. Richard 106, 108.
Ludwig, Ingrid 1111 71, 77, 133.
Luebke, Lori 1121 15, 71, 150.
Lueder, Lisa 1121 15, 66, 75, 80, 82, 93, 146, 150.
Lueder, Thomas 1101 68, 126.
Lueschow, Mr. Lyle 36, 37.
Maas, Catherine 1101 69, 80, 82, 127.
Maas, Mark 1111.
Maas, Roberta 1121 150.
Mack, Michael 1111 106, 133.
Mackovic, Dale 1111.
Mackovich, Deborah 1111.
MacWilliams, Brent 1111 86, 133.
Madson, Timothy 1101 108, 127.
Magsamen, Joanne 1101 127.
Manke, Bruce 1111.
Manning, Gregory 1101.
Marquart, Jill 1111 77, 133.
Marquart, Michael 1111 71, 76, 98, 99, 106, 114,
Marshall, Kevin 1111 69, 98, 99, 133.
Martin, Richard 1121.
Martin, Susan 1121 150.
Martinez, Amulfo 1101 106, 127.
Mason, Jay 1101 79, 98, 109, 127.
Mayer, Diane 1121 150, 158.
McBain, Brian 1101 108, 127.
McCabe, Daniel 1111 76, 133.
McCord, Tom 1101 59, 69, 127.
McKinney, Dennis 1121 89, 150.
McKinney, l-larry 1101 89.
McNamee, Patrick 1111 15. 133.
McNeil, Susan 1121 79, 150.
McNier, David 1101 68, 127.
Meitzner, Brian 1111 106.
Menzel, Barbara 1101 71, 77.
Mepham, Scott 1101 100, 127.
Mepham, Shari 1101 68, 79, 127.
Mepham, William 1101 68, 88, 98, 108
Mercer, Mr. Lyle 48, 81, 89.
Merkt, Paul 1121 81, 151.
Merriman, Douglas 1121 76, 86, 151.
Merriman, Mr. Robert 36.
Messmer, Barbara 1111 79, 133.
Metzker, Duwayne 1121 151.
Meyer, Gary 1111 109, 133.
Meyer, John 1101 127.
Meyer, Linda 1111 133.
Meyer, Scott 1101 69.
Michals, Scott 1101.
Mielke, Patricia 1101 71, 127.
Mikulich, Thomas 1101 127.
Milheiser, Arther 1101.
Milheiser, Lenore 1111 87, 127, 133.
Miller, Robert 1121 151.
Miller, Sid 1111 133.
Milleson, Robert 1111 71, 133.
Mitchell, Mrs. Patricia 41.
Mittelstadt, Deanna 1101 87, 127.
Minelstadt, Paul 1121 84, 151.
Mode, Mary 1111 77, 97, 133.
Monahan, M. Carty 41.
Monogue, Richard 1101 127.
Moon, Cary 1101 73, 79, 128.
Moore, Mr. Robert 46, 47.
Morgan, Patti 1111 133.
Morois, James 1111 133.
Keith 1121 71, 73, 92, 151, 157.
Mueck, Edward 1111 133.
Murphy, Gary 1121.
Murray, Debra 1121 71.
National Honor Society 58.
Nehring, Mr. Dennis 48, 89.
Nelson, Irene 1121 151.
Nelson, Michael 1121.
Niehns, Sandra 1111 77, 87, 133.
Nordeen, Marcia 1101 71, 127.
Northey, Michael 1121 99.
Norton, Sarah 1121 151.
Novak, Kathy 1121 151.
Nowak, Mrs. Mary 45.
Nowakowski, Pamela 1121 151.
Nushart, Mr. Don 55.
Oakley, Thomas 1111.
Oathout, Linda 1121 71, 151.
O'Brien, Erin 1101 127.
O'Brien, Shannon 1121 26, 66.
O'Connor, Denise 1111 71.
O'Donnell Katherine 11 77, 87, 133.
, 1 1
Deann 1101 89, 127.
Eric 1121 59, 76, 81, 99, 106, 107.
Judith 1121 152.
Roberta 1121 152.
Orchestra 72, 73, 87.
Sandra 1101 127.
owotd, oiin 1111.
, David 1121.
Parsons, Coral 1101 67, 125, 127.
Paszko, Mark 1101 63, 89, 108, 127.
Patefield, Jeffrey 1101 67, 127.
Patefield, Richard 1111 67, 133.
Patefield, Russell 1121 106.
Patrick, Sheri 1121 77, 79.
Pawlowski, Sharon 1101 77, 127.
Patzer, Mrs. Margaret 39.
Pemper, Kim 1101 63, 106.
Petersen, Gregg 1121 56, 76, 81, 99,
Peterson, Curt 1101 127.
Peterson, Dale 1101 89.
Peterson, David 1101 108, 127. -
Peterson, Heather 1121.
Peterson, James 1111 59, 86, 93, 98,
Peterson, Jan 1101 89, 108.
Peterson, Janice 1121 152.
Peterson, Mark 1111 106, 133.
Peterson, Scott 1111 86, 133.
Peterson, Steven 1111 69, 89, 133.
Petrie, Robert 1111 68, 81, 135.
Pettegrew, Susan 1101 71, 127.
Pfafflin, Kurt 1111 135.
Photo Club 86.
Pilgrim, Sheree 1101 127.
Pinter, Tina 1101 127.
Piper, Mr. Don 42, 59, 99, 104.
Pleesier, James 1101 108.
Plue, Theresa 1121 11, 71, 79.
Poeppel, Sandra 1111 75, 77, 93, 97,
Polzin, Dennis 1111 98, 99, 106, 135.
Pom-pom Girls 97.
Prabst, Robin 1121 79, 153.
Price, Mr. Jerry 19, 47, 4-8.
Price, Mrs. Nancy 4-7, 66, 68, 83.
Punzel, Sandra 1121 77, 82, 97, 153.
Raasch, Robert 1111.
Raasch, Ronald 1111 135.
Raasoch, Mr. Paul 53, 86.
Rader, James 1101 89, 127.
Rader, Sharon 1111 82, 97, 135.
Radloff, Scott 1111.
Ramsey, Wendy 1111 135.
Randall, Lori 1111 71, 87, 135.
Randall, Louise 1111 26, 35, 66, 67, 77, 80, 93.
Rasmussen, Kim 1101 71, 128.
Rasmussen, Rebecca 1101 71, 127.
Ratcliff, David 1121 153.
Ratcliff, Ricky 1101 135.
Rawding, Hope 1111 71, 77, 79, 135.
Rebne, Mrs. Jane 50, 51.
Redford, Christopher 1101 63, 98, 108, 127.
Reed, Mr. Donald 48, 49.
Reich, Robert 1121 153.
Reich, Scott 1121 76, 104, 114, 153.
Reichert, Bradley 1121.
Revels, Christine 1101 89, 127.
Revels, Cynthia 1121 89, 153.
Rheineck, Barbara 1101 71, 96, 127.
Riddell, Laurie 1111 75, 135.
Riedel, Connie 1111 97, 135.
Riedy, Daniel 1101 67, 98, 104, 127.
Riggs, Mary 1111 73, 77, 82, 135.
Robbins, Robbin 1121.
Rodriguez, Able 1101 79.
Roehl, Robert 1101 71.
Roethe, Ann 1111 70, 75, 74, 80, 83, 92, 119, 135.
Rohde, David 1121 153.
Rohloff, Brenda 1111 43, 134.
Rolfe, Kim 1101 128.
Rolfe, Mark 1121 153.
Roloff, Kim 1101 89, 128.
Roloff, Scott 1101 128.
Romstad, Mrs. Martha 45, 70, 73.
Root, Julie 1101.
Root, Michael 1121 68, 71, 73, 81, 154.
Rossing, Cynthia 1111 135.
Rossing, Debra 1121 154.
Rossmiller, Thomas 1101 108.
Rostollan, Janis 1121 71, 73, 154.
Rostollan, Judith 1101 128.
Rothberger, Laurene 1101 77, 128.
Rothberger, Lisa 1111 97, 135.
Rouh, Mr. Gail 42.
Rouse, Teresa 1111 135.
Rouse, William 1121 76, 106, 154.
Rue, Sandra 1121 154.
Rusch, Marilyn 1121 154.
Russell, Luther 1121 14, 22, 71, 75, 76, 100, 107,
148, 154, 160.
Sake, Keith 1121.
Sarnosky, Jeanne 1121 20, 71, 75, 79, 154.
Satterlee, Janice 1121 87, 155.
Satterlee, Lee 1111.
Sauer, Joseph 1101 128.
Schaefer, James 1101 92, 128.
Schaefer, John 1121 81, 99, 155.
Schemm, Thomas 1111 135.
Scherwitz, Kathleen 1121 59, 83, 155, 161.
Schimming, Candice 11 11 32, 80, 135.
Schink, Mary Jo 1121.
Schink, Sarah 1111 119, 135.
Schlender, Mr. Karl 51, 76, 99, 106.
Schmitt, Suzanne 1111 71, 74, 75, 77, 80, 82, 135.
Schneider, Debra 1101 67, 119, 128.
Schoeller, Dixie 1111 69, 134.
Schoenenberger, Cindy 1121 155.
Schoenenberger, Kathleen 1101 128.
Schoening, Todd 1101.
Scholtes, Sonya 1111 67, 119, 134.
Schoofs, Ann 1101 69, 80, 82, 128.
Schoofs, Philip 1121 22, 23, 81, 148, 155, 160.
Schreiner, Randall 1121 155.
Schroeder, Christine A. 1111 77, 134.
Schroeder, Christine C. 1111 32, 75, 134.
Far left: Tutoring at Emery, Barb Canard attempts to
improve Howard Fleck's reading skills.
Left: As an American Lit. project, Mrs. Carlson's stu-
dents put on the play, "Lady Gets Her Medalsf,
Index - 73
Brian 1101 98, 108, 128.
Pat 1121 20, 66, 68, 69, 71, 138, 155.
Sandra 1121 79, 83, 155.
Steven 1111 71, 134.
Susan 1121 155.
Schubert, Mr. Philips.
Schuelke, Theodore 1101 98, 104, 124, 128.
Schuette, Rodney 1121 156.
Schuler, Michael 1101 128.
Schultz, Connie 1121 156.
Schultz, Dianna 1111 77, 87, 135.
Schultz, Dixie 1121 156.
Schultz, Joanne 1111 66, 69, 77, 80, 82, 134.
Schultz, Patricia 1101 67, 128.
Schultz, Paula 1111 133.
Schultz, Sandra 1121 66, 156.
Schumacher, Cindy 1111.
Schumacher, Scott 1111.
Schuman, Brian 1111 134.
Scullin, Daniel 1121 156.
Scullin, Terrance 1101 128.
Seavert, Debra 1121 71, 156.
Setterquist, Dori 1101.
Seyhold, Larry 1111 106, 134.
Shackett, Rodney 1101.
Shanahan, Diane 1121 71, 156.
Shanahan, Mr. Lance. 84.
Shekey, Timothy 1121 106, 156, 166.
Sherman, Lon 1101 108, 124, 128.
Sherratt, Sandra 1111 134.
Shipley, Elinda 1111 134.
Shuman, Brian 1111 134.
Sievert, Mr. Randy 27.
Simpkin, Mary 1111 64, 66, 67, 71, 75, 80, 92, 119,
Sleaver, Wendy 1121 156.
Smedal, Gail 1121 10, 29, 54, 77, 79, 80, 83.
Smith, Beverly 1121 87, 156.
Smith, Tracy 1111 10, 119, 134.
Smithhack, Douglas 1111 76, 86, 134.
Snodie, William 1101 89.
Sobolik, Marlene 1101 128.
Soneberg, Sandra 1101.
Spaanem, Mr. Gerald 53, 109.
Spalding, Bonnie 1101.
Spalding, Connie 1101 129.
Spalding, Robert 1111 134.
Sprague, Ross 1111 134.
Stackle, Michele 1101 129.
Stackle, Michael 1101 129.
Stanley, David 1121 18.
Stannard, Judy 1101 69, 96, 124, 129.
Staude, Lynn 1101 71, 89, 125, 129.
Stedman, Bonnie 1121 65, 71, 74, 75, 82, 15
Steinke, Lorilu 1111 69, 80, 82, 83, 134.
Steinke, Nancy 1111 134.
Stelse, Nancy 1101 129.
Stewart, Jealmie 1121 79, 156.
Stewart, Linda 1121 71, 156, 158.
Stinebrink, Kurt 1121 157.
Stockfisch, Debra 1111 69, 134.
Stockfisch, Richard 1101 89, 129.
Stork, Harlow 1101 89.
Stork, Susan 1101 89, 129.
Strand, Holly 1101 67, 129.
Streich, Cindy 1101 129.
Streich, Christine 1111 134.
Streich, Kim 1101 129.
Strey, Mr. James 42, 167.
Stritzel, Candice 1101.
Stroeh, Jeannie 1101 129.
Stroeh, Julie 1111 77, 93, 134.
Strom, Thomas 1101 85, 129,
Strom, Lynda 1121 17, 77, 96, 150, 157, 161.
Student Council 60, 61.
Stutz, Joel 1121.
Suchanek, Richard 1121 68, 76, 106, 157.
Suchanek, Sandra 1101 67, 129.
Sullivan, Daniel 1121.
Sullivan, Terrance 1111 98, 99, 106.
Summeril, Kim 1121 99, 106, 157, 162.
Summeril, Kristin 1101 71, 129.
Swanson, Mrs. Gustava 42, 43, 80, 87.
Swim Team 114, 115.
Sykes, Harry 1101 63, 108.
Sykes, John 1111 98, 99, 104, 134.
Teed, Patricia 1121 23, 71, 74, 75, 157.
Tekeley, Jane 1111 134.
Tekeley, Mrs. Lorraine 54.
Tessman, Catherine 1101 129.
Thalacker, Barbara 1101 129.
Thayer, Jill 1101 129.
Thomas, Timothy 1101.
Thureson, Frederick 1101 71, 108, 129.
Thureson, Laurene 1121 83, 87, 157.
Tolen, Gregory 1121 67, 76, 100, 157.
Tolsma, Charles 1101 109, 129.
Touton, Barbara 1121 71, 79, 157.
Touton, Karen 1111 79, 134.
Track 98, 99.
Trieloff, Jill 1121 157.
Tumer, Brenda 1111 77, 79, 87, 134.
Turner, LaVeme 1121 76, 100, 157.
Tyler, Sam 1121 89, 157.
Udey, Kay 1121 67, 157.
Ulrich, Mr. Robert 37.
Umland, Rhonda 1101 77, 87, 129.
Vail, Jill 1101 129.
Vandermause, Susan 1121 14, 158.
Vaughn, William 1101 129.
Vick, Kenneth 1111.
Vincent, Mr. Robert 48.
Vogel, Bryon 1111.
Vogel, Michael 1121 158.
Voight, Mrs. Barbara 42, 43.
Voight, Mr. John 42.
Vorlob, Deanna 1101 129.
Voss, James 1111 134.
Wachuta, Robert 1111 98, 106, 134.
Waga, Jean 1111 87, 134.
Wahl, Mr. Don 53.
Wallace, Sheri 1101 77, 129.
Walters, Jeff 1121 89.
Ward, Kari 1111 134.
Weber, Lori 1121 79, 158.
Weckler, Bradley 1121 158.
Weggeman, Rhonda 1111 134.
Weisensel, Bruce 1101.
Weiss, James 1121 76, 92, 100, 114, 115, 158, 160.
Wells, Dale 1111 76, 81. 100. 106, 131. 134.
Wendorf, James 1111 89.
Wendorf, Rodney 1101 89.
Wendt, Michael 1111.
Wendt, Victor 1101.
Wendtlandt, Vicki 1121 66, 67, 71, 75, 81, 158.
Wenham, Christine 1121 71, 88, 89, 158.
Wenham, Lynnette 1111 134.
Wenham, Russell 1101 89, 129.
Wentz, Daniel 1121 67, 81, 109, 158, 159.
Wentz, Steven 1101 129.
Werner, Debra 1111 77, 80, 82, 83, 86, 134.
Werve, Mr. George 45, 66, 67.
Wettstein, William 1101.
Whitmore, Nita 1111 134.
Widish, Joyce 1121 158.
Widmann, Mrs. Evelyn 46, 47.
Wiederhoeft, Mr. Ardell 53.
Wiese, Lawrence 1101.
Wiesmann, Alan 1101 129.
Wiesmann, Annette 1101 129.
Wiesmann, Steven 1101.
John Heiser takes time out during his Phy. Ed. class tc
show off his physique for the photographer.
Wilde, Michael 1121 158.
Wilde, Steven 1111 63, 76, 134.
Wildermuth, Mr. Ron 42.
Wileman, Michael 1111 134.
Wilson, Robert 1121.
Wilson, Sandra 1101 129.
Wilson, Wayne 1101.
Winiarski, Mr. Ed 36.
Wisch, Douglas 1111 134.
Wisch, Jean 1101 129.
Wisch, Patricia 1101.
Wolfgram, Debra 1101 71, 77.
Wolfram, Debra,1101 87.
Wolfram, John 1101 129.
Wolfram, Thomas 1111 134.
Wollet, James 1111 134.
Wollet, Karen 1101 71, 129.
Wollet, Linda 1101 87, 129.
Wollin, Debra 1111 134.
Woodward, Karen 1101 129.
Wrestling 116, 117.
Yandry, Connie 1121 88, 89, 159.
Yoder, Nancy 1111 80, 134.
Yonash, Terrance 1121 71, 76, 159.
Yonash, Shauna 1111 134.
Yonker, William 1121 81, 150.
Zeh, Linda 1101 129.
Zeh, Russell 1121 159.
Zelten, Deborah 1111 77, 81, 82, 134.
Zelten, Norbert 1121 76, 99, 104, 144, 159.
Zemel, Ellen 1121 20, 26, 69, 75, 92, 159.
Zentner, Mr. Carl 53.
Zweck, Susan 1111.
Zweifel, Jean 1111 134.
Adviser: Mrs. Jan Kohls
Editor: Lisa Lueder
Copy Editor: Louise Randall
Business Mgr.: Vicki Ciaglo
editor: Vicki Ciaglo
editor: Cindi Klement
editor: Kathy Carpentier
editor: Jan Foelker
editor: Sandy Poeppel
19741 Tchogeerrah Staff
Art editor: Jan Foelker
High School Photo Adviser:
Mr. Paul Raasoch
J im Peterson
As the school year comes to a close,
another edition of the Tchogeerrah has
been completed. It seems impossible to me.
The time passed so quickly. Next yearis edi-
tor has already begun planning the 1975
Tchogeerrah. For the staff and myself,
who could forget all the effort we put into
setting up pictures, planning layouts, or try-
ing to get the pages to the publisher on
l have many people to thank for their
help in the completion of this 57th edition.
First I must thank the AAUW and the
Kiwanis Club for their generous scholar-
ships enabling me to attend a special jour-
nalism clinic last summer. This year, as in
the past 16 years, Mrs. Kohls taught the
19744 staff how to work together, write, and
survive the many ordeals encountered in
creating a yearbook. I must extend my
thanks to Mr. Horton and to i'The Daily
Unionw for their professional photographs.
Another person who spent many hours in
Mrs. Kohls' room was Sandy Poeppel. She
involved herself not only with the entire
classes sections and index pages but found
time to help others when they fell behind.
Also special thanks must be given to Cindi
Klement, Tom Lueder, Louise Randall and
Vicki Ciaglo for their extra help when they
were frequently called upon to use their
l've observed many aspects of student
life in the last three years at FHS and have
found that most people here are really moti-
vated, interested and involved in their stud-
ies, and especially in each other. l have
come to believe what the author John
Donne once wrote: "No man is an island,
entire of itselfg every man is a piece of
the continent, a part of the maing . . .
any man's death diminishes me.,
because I am involved in mankind?
Each person at FHS can fulfill his every
hope and dream if he is willing to take the
time to learn to care, to be involved.
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