Tripoli High School - Echo Yearbook (Tripoli, WI)

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x br., N ,g,1w,.,,',wIfL,,,.!r I 3' f , , fm, h my vga M U 1 -. 4 N 1 mmm W 54 1 My swf' , M min 5 9-" 'ml 1- W ' Simi ECHO as , 'Pi ' . ' MA-A Fw.. my O R LMA MATER Our school days are priceless memories, and preserving these memories is made possible by the ECHO We hope that memories induced by this book will be happy ones. Edited by the Senior Class 1965 Tripoli, Wisconsin BOARD OF EDUCATIO 'Nr-ni STANDING: Mr. William Heikkinen, Mr. Carl Felser, Mr. Donald Fisher, Mr. Arthur Palmquist. SIT- TING: Mr. Arthur Wakkinen, Mr. George Klingelhoets, Mr. Ray Westergren, and Mr. Henry W. Duxbury. Mrs. Allie Johnson Secretary Principal's Message Congratulations, Seniors! May your efforts to attain your goals in life meet with success. We have tried our best to give you the fundamental skills of knowledge for use in building your future. We only ask of you to walk true and straight in the eyes of man and God. DEDICATIO We, the class of 1965, dedicate this edition of the ECHO to Mr. Monroe Johnson, who, despite his many obligations and responsibilities, has found the time to guide us through the past two years at Tripoli High. His unceasing patience and sincere helpfulness have contributed greatly to the happiness and achievements of our past two years. 3 F AC LTY GEORGE KLINGELHOETS Wisconsin State University River Falls Supervising Principal Social Problems MONROE JOHNSON Wisconsin State University Superior Senior Class Advisor Bookkeeping Math 9 Office Practice Typewriting Annual Advisor Newspaper Advisor BARABRA SCHMIDTBAUER Jff' Stout State College Menomonie Home Economics World History 4 ISABELLE WATSON Wisconsin State University Superior Freshman Class Advisor Forensics School Plays English Library MICHAEL MCG INLEY Wisconsin State University Platteville Junior Class Advisor Assistant Coach Agriculture Biology Shop WILBERT WASTI University of Wisconsin Madison T echnic al Drawing 5 RICHARD J OKELA GLENN BENSON Wisconsin State University Wisconsin State University Stevens Point River Falls Band Sophomore Class Advisor Glee Club Algebra Chemistry Geometry Science Trigonometry WAYNE POKELA Wisconsin State University Superior Coach United States History Physical Education 1 w 6 E IOR EDWARD BEAUMONT "God offers to every mind its choice between truth and repose." Honor Student 45 Basketball 1,2,3,45 Baseball 1,2,3,45 Track 2,35 Volleyball 25 Class Officer 45 Student Coun- cil 35 Forensics 35 Lettermen's Club 2,3545 Class Plays 3, 45 Lettermen's Club Officer 45 Prom Attendant 4. DONNA KIVELA "I never think of the future. It comes soon enough." Honor Student 45 Chorus 15 Pep Club 3,45 Cheerleader 3,45 Volleyball 1,2,3,45 Library Club 15 Class Plays 3,45 Annual Staff 45 Newspaper Staff 45 Homecoming Queen 5 45 Class Officer 1. in ERVIN BRIETZKE "He who loves wine, women, and song, remains a fool his whole life long." Baseball 1,2,3,45 Basketball 2,3545 Volleyball 1,25 Forensics 1,3545 Class Officer 15 Class Plays 3,45 Letter- men's Club 2,3,45 Annual Staff 45 Newspaper Staff 4. 7 JAMES LAINE "When people agree with me, I always feel that I must be wrong." Honor Student 45 Band 25 Chorus 25 Class Plays 3,45 Pep Band 25 Forensics 1,2,35 Newspaper Staff 45 Student Council President 45 Annual Staff 45 Homecoming King 45 Class Officer 1 . LINDA MARY BAKER "Don't say anything about anyone that you wouldn't want said about yourself." Class Officer 35 Class Plays 3,45 Volleyball 2,3545 Li- brary Club 15 Annual Staff 45 Newspaper Staff 45 Pep Club 3,45 Tumbling 25354. aw ,lx ,522- ,fr-:r r-V 5,5-sk, H STEVE HINSA "W'hat's the use of worrying? It never 'was worthwhile, so pack up your troubles in your old kit-bag and smile, smile, smile." Valentine King 45 Basketball 253,45 Baseball 2,35 Vol- leyball 25 Track 1,2535 Class Plays 3,45 Annual Staff 4- Newspaper Staff 45 Lettermen's Club 2,3,4. J 8 S' is . rw wi, sv, 3 PETER I-IEIKKINEN "The only jewel which will not decay is knowledge." Basketball 1,2,3,45 Basketball Manager 15 Baseball 1, 253,45 Forensics 15 Lettermen's Club 1 ,2,3,45 Volleyball 15 Prom King 35 Track 1,2,3,45 Class Plays 354. GARY W. I-IEIKKINEN "My father taught me to work, but he didn't teach me to love it." Basketball 1 ,2,3,45 Baseball 1,2,3,45 Lettermen's Club 1,2,3,45 Track 1,2,35 Volleyball 1,25 Class Officer 2,35 Class Plays 3545 Annual Staff 45 Newspaper Staff 45 Prom Attendant 3 . KAREN HEIKKINEN "I like work5 it fascinates me. I can sit and look at it for hours." Honor Student 45 Volleyball 2,3,45 Forensics 15 Chorus 15 Pep Club 3,45 Annual Staff 45 Newspaper Staff 45 Library Club 15 Class Plays 3,4. 9 JUDITH ANN HARDING "Reputation is what men and women think of us5 char- acter is what God and the angels know of us." Class Officer 35 Library Club 1,25 Pep Club 3,45 Annual Staff 45 Newspaper Staff 45 Prom Queen 35 Valentine Princess 35 Volleyball 2,3,45 Tumbling 2. WALLACE RALEIGH "It is an immense advantage to have done nothing, but one should not abuse it." Valedictorian 45 Baseball 1,2,3,45 Basketball 2,3545 Track 2,35 Forensics 1,2,3,45 Class Officer 45 Annual Staff 45 Newspaper Staff 45 Band 1,2,3,45 Chorus 2,3,45 Letter- men's Club 253,45 Pep Band 1,25 Class Plays 3,45 Letter- men's Club Officer 4. 45 , 5 "U af--f n X 1' -M ri 4- ii Hx N ,Q rl -, ., - - . --.NN DALE J ARVI "The man who can fight to I-Ieaven's own he man who can fight when he's losing." ight is the asketball Class Officer 25 Class Plays 35 Forensics 1 Manager 3,45 Lettermen's Club 45 Annual Staff 4. 5B IO RONALD SANDQUIST "I cannot afford to waste my time making money." Transferred from Chicago. Newspaper Staff 43 Annual Staff 4. :waist 1? M eme : JOAN LOUISE MARHEINE "Woman is wiser than man, because she knows less and understands more." Library Club 13 Pep Club 3,43 Chorus 43 Annual Staff 43 Newspaper Staff 43 Class plays 3,43 Volleyball 2. SHARON MCDONNELL "If you are looking for trouble, offer some good advice Honor Student 43 Valentine Queen 13 Library Club 13 Class Officer 23 Student Council 33 Pep Club 3,43 Class Plays 3,43 Annual Staff 3,43 Newspaper Staff 43 Cheer- leader 43 Volleyball 4. ll lil f S if Q 5 BETTY JAHN PATRICIA M . SWENSON "To live is good. To live vividly is better. To live vividly together is best." Class Plays 45 Pep Club 45 Annual Staff 45 Newspaper Staff 4. "To be contented is to be good friends with yourself." Library Club 15 Class Plays 3,45 Pep Club 45 Newspaper Staff 45 Annual Staff. 3555! 5. f -nil 5, is K-155 495 54555322 ,wi ,ww izewmhk LINDA MAKI "I sometimes give myself admirable advice, but I am incapable of taking it." Honor Student 45 Pep Club 3,45 Pep Band 15253545 Band 15253545 Volleyball 2,3545 Forensics 1,2,3,45 Class Plays 3,45 Annual Staff 45 Library Club 15 Newspaper Staff 2,4 12 RICHARD CARPENTER "I always prefer to believe the best of everyone. It saves so much trouble ." Honor Student 45 Annual Staff 45 Newspaper Staff 45 Class Plays 3,4. SALLY SEVERSON "I did nothing in particular and did it well." Library Club 15 Pep Club 3,45 Class Plays 3,45 Volley- ball 2,3,45 Newspaper Staff 45 Annual Staff 4 . JEAN NIEMI "My interest is in the future because I am going to spend the rest of my life there." Salutatorian 45 Band 1,2,3,45 Chorus 15 Pep Band 1,2,3,45 Volleyball 2,3 545 Library Club 15 Pep Club 3,45 Forensics 1,35 Newspaper Staff 1,45 Annual Staff 45 Betty Crocker Award 45 Class Plays 3,45 Student Council Secretary 4. I3 JUDITI-I MARY LOEHMER "To err is human, to forgive divine." Library Club 15 Forensics 25 Class Plays 3,45 Newspaper Staff 3,45 Annual Staff 45 Pep Club 3,45 Chorus 45 Honor Student 4 . HELEN BETTE WOEHRLE "The heart of a fool is in his mouth, but the mouth of a wise man is in his heart." Honor Student 45 Forensics 1,2,3,45 Cheerleader 2,3545 D.A.R. Award 45 Class Plays 3,45 Pep Club 3,45 News- paper Staff 35 Annual Editor 45 Tumbling 2,35 Volley- ball 3,45 Prom Attendant 35 Class Officer 1,3545 Library Club 15 Chorus 1,2,3,45 Valentine Queen 4. KATHLEEN NINNEMAN "Kindness is not only a privilege but a duty. There is more cheerfulness in the tiniest smile than in a dozen frowns." Valentine Princess 45 Library Club 15 Pep Club 3,45 Volleyball 253,45 Tumbling 2,3545 Prom Attendant 35 Newspaper Staff 45 Annual Staff 45 Class Officer 25 Class Plays 3,45 Crisco Award 1963 2. 14 ROYALTY RAINBOW AT MIDNIGHT May 2, 1964 Music by Jimmy Stieber King: Peter Heikkinen Queen: Judith Harding Court K athleen Ninneman Edward Beaumont Gary Heikkinen Helen Woehxle QUR CLASS TRIP A 77,-'22 Seniors on the Steps of the Capitol Wiliiffisf 16 CLASS HI TORY In August of 1961, we entered this institution of higher learning. We, 26 in number, then readied ourselves for the rather dubious experience of initiation. We were enslaved onto our superiors, but we survived the day. Then we soon settled down to the work at hand. Our second year started off with our initiation of the freshmen. To get revenge for what we suffered the year before, we submitted them to the harrassrnent of all the student body. We again settled down to earn money for our ultimate goal, a trip to Washington D. C. Our third year was perhaps the most exciting of the four years. We had a new advisor when we started the new school year. The previous two years our class advisor had been Mr. Dhien, but Mr. Johnson took over. We started the year out with the class plays. The junior play was "Who Dun' It." The prom was probably considered the most important event of our junior year. Its theme was RAINBOW AT MIDNIGHT, with our royalty Judith Harding and Peter Heikkinen, presiding over the occasion. The highlights of the decorations were the effective lighting, the hundreds of stars, and the big rainbow on the stage. Jimmy Steiber and his band furnished the music. The prom was very successful. A week later we held the post prom with music by the Starfires. In the spring we held a pulping bee, and 24 cords of pulp were peeled. In August of '64 we began our last year at T.H.S. We presented our class plays in the fall. The senior class play was "The Search For Wildcat McGi11icuddy." Next on the agenda is our trip to the East Coast. We pla.n to visit Washington D. C., and New York. While we are in Washington D. C., we plan to visit the Washington Monument, Lincoln Me- morial, Mount Vernon, and many other interesting places. The World's Fair will be the most inter esting place to visit while we are in New York. We are now looking forward to our graduation on May 21, 1965. 1? K .rf if ., 2 5 - President--Wallace Raleigh f H 7 W 1. . L is I ' Vice-President--Edward Beaumont , A p , . 5 X I i Secretary--Helen Woehrle ' if V' gg i W Treasurer--Linda Maki I 4 I g , f Q jf' Q , 'zitrft - -xi' I7 JU IORS FIRST ROW: John Metsala, Denis Brietzke, Jane Wakkinen, David Leino, Leon Gustafson, Barbara Lind, Mr. McGinley QAdvisorj, Sandra Paj ala, Kathy Keskinen, Gerald Swenson, Tedi Palmquist, Karen Winters, Lenore Niskanen. SECOND ROW: Robert Auman, Eugene Auman, Wayne Plachetka, David Kivela, Mickey Welke, Daniel Jarvi, David Weisinger, Timothy Knight, Willard Kangas, Peter Raleigh, James Carlson, James Maki, John Hoffman. CLASS OFFICERS PRESIDENT Timothy K night VICE-PRESIDENT David Kivela SECRETARY K athleen Keskinen TREASURER 4 Tedi Palmquist 18 OPHGMORE E grimy is 15" 'V f 5 Q 4. . Y 5 I Y VLKV f FIRST ROW: Dawn Marheine, Sandra Prather, Sandra Nord, Alan Heikkinen, Mr. Benson fAdvisorj, Paige Fisher, Jo Marie Plachetka, Linda Marheine, Susan Bunnell. SECOND ROW: Randy Swenson, Michael Braski, Gary Erickson, Eugene Foremen, Peter Collette, Michael Baker, Charles Bunnell, William Shore, Richard Hebert. CLASS OFFICERS PRESIDENT Cary Erickson VICE-PRESIDENT Michael Baker SECRETARY Jo Marie Plachetka X ' TREASURER Linda Marheine xfyf V ' I9 FRE HMB FIRST ROW: Robin Welke, Wendy Pokela, Paula Maki, Julie Birch, Mrs. Watson QAdvisorj, Delores Wei- singer, Mona Albrent, Herbert Grubbs, Richard Brietzke. SECOND ROW: Peter Hinsa, Peggy Leino, Judith Marheine, James Kivela, Michael Knight, Norman Winters, James Hill, Lynette Baker, George Carlson, Linda Heikkinen, Tony Palrnquist. ABSENT: Lucinda Shore, Janice Hardy. CLASS OFFICERS PRESIDENT Herbert Grubbs VICE-PRESIDENT Peter Hinsa SECRETARY Judith Marheine TREASURER Michael Knight 20 ECHO TAFF . A ' r"'f1 Vi' I .J li ll SEATED: Judy Loehmer, Betty Jahn, Helen Woehrle, Linda Maki, Jim Laine, Kathy Ninneman, Pat Swenson, Sharon McDonnell. STANDING: Mr. Johnson fAdvisorj, Donna Kivela, Steve Hinsa, Judy Hard ing, Gary Heikkinen, Linda Baker, Jean Niemi, Karen Heikkinen, Joan Marheine, Dale Jarvi, Sally Severson, Wally Raleigh, Ervin Brietzke, Dick Carpenter. Editor ....... Assistant Editor . . . Advisor ....... Advertising . . . S ports ......... Music .......... Business Managers Class History . . . Forensics . . . . . . . Activities . . . Organizations . . . Typists .... ANNUAL STAFF 21 Helen Woehrle Jim Laine Mr. Johnson Wallace Raleigh and Jean Niemi Edward Beaumont Joan Marheine Dale Jarvi and Linda Maki Dick Carpenter Karen Heikkinen Judy Harding, Pat Swenson Kathy Ninneman Linda Baker, Sharon McDonnell Sally Severson Advanced Typewriting Class THE TRIP STAFF SEATED: Betty Jahn, Judith Loehmer, Sharon McDonnell, Jean Niemi, Karen Winters, Richard Car- penter, James Laine, Pat Swenson, Kathleen Ninneman. STANDING: Mr. Johnson, Linda Heikkinen, Paige Fisher, Linda Baker, Judith Harding, Ervin Brietzke, Steve I-Iinsa, Gary Heikkinen, Karen Heik- kinen, Joan Marheine, Donna Kivela, Linda Maki, Wallace Raleigh, Sally Severson. Editor ........ Assistant Editor Advisor ....... Senior Reporter . . . Junior Reporter .... Sophomore Reporter . . Freshman Reporter .... Eighth Grade Reporters Seventh Grade Reporter Sixth Grade Reporters . Sports ........... Personalities ..... Fashions . . . Art ..... Music. . Typists . . . . . Jean Niemi . . Richard Carpenter . . Mr. Johnson . . Jim Laine . . Karen Winters . . Paige Fisher . . . Linda Heikkinen . . . . . .Barbara Hill, Cathy Marheine Keith Pokela . . Erlene Grubbs, Dawn Kangas . . Ervin Brietzke, Gary Heikkinen . . Donna Kivela, Linda Maki . . Judy Harding . . . Linda Baker, Betty Jahn . . . Wallace Raleigh . . Advanced Typewriting Class 22 gi i FORE ICS uit' FIRST ROW: Susan Bimnell, John Metsala, Tedi Palmquist, Peggy Leino, Ervin Brietzke, Mrs. Watson fCoachj, Leon Gustafson, Tony Palmquist, Mona Albrent, Karen Winters, Lenore Niskanen. SECOND ROW: James Maki, Helen Woehrle, Eugene Auman, James Laine, Barbara Lind, Peter Raleigh, Paige Fisher, Wallace Raleigh, Kathy Keskinen, Linda Maki. Of the above only James Laine and Peter Raleigh failed to participate in the local contest held on February 18. Those chosen to compete at Rib Lake were Lenore and Linda in Prose Reading, Tedi and Gene in Poetry Reading, Helen and Barbara in Memorized Declamationsg Peggy and Tony in Public Address, Ervin and Kathy in Non- Original Orationg Karen and Mona in Original Orationg Paige in Four- Minute Speech, Wallace in Extemporaneous Speaking, and John, Leon, and James Maki in Play Read- ing. Eleven of these speakers earned A's. This put us in second place in the league contest. Helen, Bar- bara, Peggy, Tony, Ervin, Kathy, Tedi, Gene, Linda, Paige, and Wallace were these winners and they all competed in the district contest held at Hurley, March 13. Helen, Tedi, and Wallace received A's there. These three attended the state forensic contest held at Madison, April 10. Though no one received an A, we are very proud that our school was so well represented at the state contest. 23 DR MATIC ACTI ITIE 'Ei The Search For Wildcat McGillicuddy BACK ROW: Karen Heikkinen, Donna Kivela, Sharon McDonnell, Steve Hinsa, Helen Woehrle, Linda Maki, Richard Carpenter, Wallace Raleigh. SITTING: Ervin Brietzke, Edward Beaumont. l I 1 2 ., E i an 3 , I , i f The Bride Comes To Yellow Sky STANDING: Barbara Lind, Wayne Plachetka, Jane Wakkinen, David Kivela. SITTING: Lenore Niskanen, Peter Raleigh, Eugene Auman, Denis Brietzke, Daniel Jarvi, James Maki, Tedi Palmquist, Timothy Knight. This Page Sponsored by PRICE COUNTY CO-OP ASSN.--Prentice, Wis. 24 DRAMATIC ACTIVITIE E , 2 N T- 5 A2 - Hi 1 si f .- Sf 3 5 3, 5 g H- Q Q 1 4 '- fl E . 2 9 1 3 , ' :, ,- . Q Q I A 1 1, f K . Z- , i 2 i 2 .f 2 3 3 1 ig l Q le 1 2 at 1 r 2, g 3 E- in W Q , .Mrs J f rg ? Call It A Day STANDING: John Hoffman, Donna Kivela, Karen Winters, Jean Niemi, Kathleen Keskinen, Sally Sever son, Linda Baker, Barbara Lind, Betty J ahn, Peter Heikkinen, Judith Loehmer, Sandra Pajala, Joan Mar- heine, Gary Heikkinen, Tedi Palmquist, Patricia Swenson, Kathleen Ninneman, James Laine. SITTING: Jane Wakkinen, Gerald Swenson, Lenore Niskanen, Herbert Grubbs, Richard Brietzke, Dawn Marheine, Leon Gustafson, Susan Severson, Linda Maki, John Metsala, Judith Harding. "Behind the Scene" Director: Mrs. Watson Business Managers: Dale J arvi Ronald Sandquist Robert Auman 25 BUS P TRCL Gerald Swenson, Richard Hebert, Mickey Welke, Betty Jahn, David Weisinger, Charles Bunnell, Robin Welke, James Maki. STUDE T CGUNCIL SITTING: Daniel Jarvi, Mr. McGinley QAdvisorj, James Laine. STANDING: Peggy Leino, Jean Niemi, Tony Palmquist, Peter Collette, Sandra Nord, Lenore Niskanen. This Page Sponsored by DAY'S RADIO AND TV and by QUALITY CLEANERS--Tomahawk, Wisconsin. 26 PEP CL B FIRST ROW: Sharon McDonnell, Donna Kivela, Jane Wakkinen, Sue Bunnell, Dawn Marheine, Wendy Pokela, Helen Woehrle, Judy Loehmer, Karen Winters, Mona Gail Albrent, Jo Marie Plachetka, Tedi Palmquist, Lenore Niskanen. SECOND ROW: Judy Marheine, Linda Heikkinen, Paige Fisher, Lynette Baker, Kathleen Ninnernan, Sally Severson, Barbara Lind, Linda Baker, Karen Heikkinen, Judith Hard- ing, Sandra Nord, Jean Niemi, Sandy Pajala. THIRD ROW: Joan Marheine, Sandra Prather, Delores Weisinger, Linda Maki, Patricia Swenson, Mr. McGinley fAdvisorj, Kathy Keskinen, Julie Birch, Peggy Leino, Paula Maki, Betty Jahn. LETTER E ' CLUB S ysrr S T : S we 4 M .s aa-, ' 'S f,, M 2 K, 1: HW '91 3329 2, , i,-. 1 MLW 'M' I rf f 31 W " 2 'Z-51 -1:4 9, .Q itr ,5 J Ii I 5 M iii is si lth ll if-S 1' " E 'l 3 it ir:: ,f i 2. er- A rf ww .Q FIRST ROW: Gerald Swenson, Leon Gustafson, Wallace Raleigh, Edward Beaumont, Mr. Pokela fAd- visorj, Ervin Brietzke, John I-bffman, Denis Breitzke, John Metsala. SECOND ROW: Peter Raleigh, Wayne Plachetka, Timothy Knight, Mickey Welke, Peter Heikkinen, Gary Heikkinen, Steve Hinsa, Dan Jarvi, Dale Jarvi, Michael Baker, David Kivela. 27 CCA" TEAM BA KETBALL I i I 47 STANDING: Denis Breitzke, Leon Gustafson, Wallace Raleigh, Peter Raleigh, David Kivela, Peter Heik- kinen, Gary Heikkinen, Steve Hinsa, Wayne Plachetka, Edward Beaumont, Ervin Brietzke, John Metsala. KNEELING: Dale Jarvi, QManagerj, Mr. Pokela fCoachQ, Dan Jarvi QStatisticianj. DATE Nov. Dec. Jan. Feb. Mar. PLAYED AT Glidden Tripoli Merc er Rib Lake Tripoli Pr entice Tripoli Tripoli W estboro Tripoli Butternut Tripoli Tripoli Winter Tripoli Tripoli Hawkins Three Lakes BASKETBALL SCHEDULE THS S CORE OPPONENT 49 Glidden 48 Butternut 5 1 Merc er 57 Rib Lake 39 Winter 50 Pr entic e 27 Three Lakes 5 5 Hawkins 60 Westboro 48 Glidden 5 2 Butternut 54 Rib Lake 5 2 Merc er 37 Wint er 37 Pr entice 56 Westboro 6 1 Hawkins TOURNAMENT 58 Three Lakes This Page Sponsored by TRIPOLI OIL COMPANY --Ronald Raleigh. 28 OPPONENTS S CORE 89 81 59 115 77 62 60 78 58 56 81 68 48 78 42 51 70 87 CCB" TEAM STANDING: Herbert Grubbs, Tony Palmquist, Alan Heikkinen, Peter Hinsa, James Hill, William Shore, Gary Erickson, Nlichael Braski, Michael Knight, Peter Collette, Norman Winters, James Kivela, Charles Bunnell, George Carlson, Richard Hebert, Robin Welke, Richard Brietzke. KNEELING: Robert Auman, fManagery, Mr. McGinley, fCoachj. CHEERLE DER STANDING: Sharon McDonnell, Donna Kivela, Helen Woehrle, Tedi Palrnquist. IQNIEELING: Jane Wak- kinen, Lenore Niskanen, Jo Marie Plachetka. This Page Sponsored by HILGY'S LP GAS--Tomahawk, Wisconsin. 29 BA EB LL TEAM FIRST ROW: Richard Brietzke, Herbert Grubbs, Peter Hinsa, Peter Collette, Mr. Pokela fCoachj, James Kivela, Tony Palmquist, Robin Welke. SECOND ROW: John Metsala, Denis Brietzke, Edward Beaumont, Norman Winters, Ervin Brietzke, Leon Gustafson, Gerald Swenson. THIRD ROW: Wallace Raleigh, David Kivela, Peter Heikkinen, Gary Heikkinen, Mickey Welke, Gary Erickson, Wayne Plachetka, William Shore. In the spring season, Tripoli won all six non-tournament games. In the WIAA tournament action, Tripoli beat Tomahawk in the semi-finals and Phillips in the finals for the district championship, thus earning the right to play in the sectional. ln the sectional play, Tripoli then suffered a heart-breaking loss to Wausau. SPRING GAMES 1964 Tripoli 6 Westboro Tripoli 8 Rib Lake Tripoli 6 Mercer Tripoli 6 Hawkins Tripoli 12 Tomahawk Tripoli 18 Mercer Tournament Play District Play-Off Semi-Finals Tripoli 1 1 Tomahawk Finals Tripoli 5 Phillips Sectional Play- Off Tripoli 2 Wausau 30 BAD FIRST ROW: Judith Wasti, Philip Wanie, Cynthia Kangas, Sandra Woehrle, Julie Birch, Tedi Palmquist, Peggy Leino, Dawn Kangas, Thelma Carlson, Russell Wakkinen, Thomas Welke, Abbey Ninneman. SECOND ROW: Caroline Woehrle, Richard Korpela, Tony Palmquist, Jean Niemi, Wallace Raleigh, Timothy Knight, Gene Foreman, Robert Auman, Linda Maki, David Hinsa, Karla Braski, David Birch. THIRD ROW: Douglas Plachetka, Keith Gustafson, Erlene Grubbs, Shirley Wasti, Suzette Felser, Kath- leen Keskinen, Mr. Kokela Qlnstructorj, Jane Wakkinen, Keith Pokela, Wendy Pokela, Beverly Marheine, Sherri Sarkkinen, Kevin Pokela. ABSENT: Lucinda Shore. MIXED CHORU FIRST ROW: Keith Pokela, Debbie Kangas, Karen Winters, Shirley Wasti, Barbara Hill, Wendy Pokela, Susan Bunnell, Julie Birch, Lenore Niskanen, John Metsala. SECOND ROW: Mona Albrent, Cathy Mar- heine, Karla Braski, Linda Marheine, Jane Wakkinen, Judith Loehmer, Tedi Palmquist, Dawn Marheine, Suzette Felser, Denise Erickson. THIRD ROW: Linda I-Ieikkinen, Kevin Pokela, Peter Hinsa, Barbara Lind, Robert Auman, Michael Knight, Timothy Knight, Charles Burmell, Judith Marheine, Wallace Raleigh, Helen Woehrle. FOURTH ROW: Paula Maki, Joan Marheine, Caroline Woehrle, Richard Korpela, David Hinsa, Mr. Jokela flnstructorj, Tony Palmquist, Jo Marie Plachetka, Kathleen Keskinen, Peggy Leino, Sandra Prather. ABSENT: Lucinda Shore. 31 FIR TA D ECO DGRADE I ROW ONE: Kathy Lammi, Debra Bushey, Susie Plachetka, Marla Swenson, Jerry Rooni, Bruce Maki, Tommy Sarkkinen, Todd Swenson, Kim Wasti, Cindy Macki, Georgia Knight, Susan Severson. ROW TWO: Elizabeth Kurth, Tommy Kivela, Jody Gustafson, Julie Pajala, Rene Baker, Claire Hackbarth, Edna Grubbs, Jeffrey Severson, Mrs. Jokela flnstructorj. ABSENT: Richard Anderson. ECO D A D THIRD GRADE ROW ONE: Joseph Leino, Vicky Lammi, Daryl Ison, Marlyn Fisher, Daniel Heikkinen, Patty Hack- barth, Bobby Heikkinen, Debra Carlson, Stevie Marheine, Renee Swenson, Tommy Klingelhoets, Rox- anne Severson. ROW TWO: Duane I-Ioemke, Lita Kurth, Donna Raleigh, Gene Heikkinen, Billy Wei- singer, Debbie Dehne Lar A J h M ' T ABSENT: Cheryl Fehr. , ry uman, osep artln, omothy Welke, Mrs. Swenson flnstructorj. 32 I FO RTH GRADE .flffi Y!! 2, in R , , 1 , A A i FIRST ROW: Bill I-Iackbarth, Aimee Swenson, Robin Wakkinen, Karen Maki, Billy Klingelhoets, Renae Swenson, Rose Weisinger, Jeff Plachetka, Allan Kangas. SECOND ROW: Miss Curby Qlnstructorj, Judy Lind, Diane Dehne, Cheri Knight, Bradley Fisher, Elizabeth Sarkkinen, Robin Severson, Debbie Severson, Bing Albrent, Cathy Grubbs. ABSENT: Karen McAllistor, Sherri Swenson. FIFTH GRADE SITTING: Chester Kangas, Brent Albrent, Charles Kangas, Cheryl Swenson, Jeff Hoffman, Patsy Raleigh, John Kangas, Heidi Niskanen. STANDING: Mrs. Richert flnstructorj, Daryl Swenson, Brian Marheine, Ruth J ahn, Bradley Swenson, Debra Kurth, Barbara Maki, James Shore, Kathy Ison, Darlene Birch, David Wilcott, Joan Zink, Carl Felser, Bobby Maki. ABSENT: George Grubbs. 33 SIXTH GRADE Q M .X 5 eff' w.v,' T as ' S ' " ?,T..., , ,A Q E , ,, , V, 4 is 1 2. E MN STANDING: Mrs. Kapitz flnstructorj, Alan Swenson, Beverly Marheine, Leigh Ann Knight, Sherry Sark- kinen, Sandra Woehrle, Dennis Mattson, John Foreman, Tom Winters, Judy Dehne, Dawn Kangas, Eklene Grubbs, Jim I-Ieikkinen, Russell Wakkinen, Dan Kivela. SITTING: William Severson, Bruce Plachetka, Mike Maki, Abbey Ninneman, Cindy Kangas, Ray Pajala, Walter Raleigh, Tom Welke. ABSENT: Judy Altman. EVENTH GRADE STANDING: Keith I-Iackbarth, Dennis Marheine, Richard Shore, Richard Maki, Bruce Heikkinen, Donald Dehne, Randy Sarkkinen, Russell Sarkkinen, Alfred Wilcott, Gregory Fisher, John Weisenger, Kenneth Laaksonen, Philip Wanie, Douglas Plachetka, Billy Maki, Mrs. Palmquist Qlnstructorj. SITTING: Sandra Hackbarth, Sally Birch, Thelma Carlson, Candace Prather, Susan Loekken, Judy Wasti, Keith Pokela, Patrick Martin. ABSENT: Beverly Baker, Shirley Altman, Ben Albrent. 34 EIGHTH GRADE SITTING: Deborah Kangas, Shirley Wasti, Constance Mahreine, Karla Braski, Caroline Woehrle, Suzette Felser, Catherine Marheine, Barbara Hill. STANDING: Mr. Gustafson flnstructorj, Keith Gustafson, Linda Lammi, Richard Korpela, David Birch, Michael Auman, Linda Harding, Henry Dehne, Roger Shore, David Hinsa, Kevin Pokela, Denise Erickson, Lon Ruder. GRADE SCHOOL B-wsvgx 5 2'--... '-wg, Our new grade school building. 35 E-' .s1v""?W CDCIDCIXBQ Mrs. Hauta, Mrs. Laine, Mrs. Wanie ISIJES IJIRQI IZIR. EMERGENCY noon Oliver Korpela, Clarence Marheine, Ervin Braski, Edwin Maki, Benjamin Marheine, LaVern Marheine 36 From here to reolity ADVERTISING The school door is closed. But your education is far from complete. It is just beginning. Yestei-day's lectures I , , don't always apply U1 'E to tornorrow's I problems. 1 l i X V Yesterday X 'l ' . , the most important X thing you learned was X , X l ,G f X How TO LEARN. ' 1 I ? Tomorrow brings My , Pi, ' W X X f X graduate school, y fi Wg l l the draft, I ' 1 X a mortgage, X iff, I 'X m X223 marriage, , 1 parenthood, X: W 1 ! Y J R I I success X , A ,. ' --or failure. 'X p ' .- ' i From now on you are X .Q ' K - , l 2 at i Q :LiYfKz1ii?,1::ziga ' report card. V, So to the Class of '65 ig fi W we say this: 1 ' You can look upon ,QQ-j'y,Q W your education as a tough "jx" I grinding accomplishment and sit back to ask, "NOW WHERE'S MY REWARD?" or you can look upon it as preparation for the uncertain reality which lies ahead. Choose now. NEKCOSA-EDWARDS PAFER COMPANY Port Edwards, Wisconsin Mills at Port Edwards and Nekoosa, Wisconsin and Potsdam, New York PAUL BUNYAN LOGGING CAMP Restaurant- -Gift Shop- -and Bakery Featuring: Loggers' Meals Intersection Hwy. 51 Sz Wis. 70 Going West Minocqua, Wisconsin PIZZA MAMA BELLA VISTA 3 Miles West on Hwy. 70 Minocqua, Wisconsin LAKEVIEW PHARMACY For Prescriptions and Sickroom Supplies Come to Lakeview Because You Like To.' Phillips, Wisconsin MERCHANT'S STATE BANK 42, Interest on Twelve Month Certificates Rhinelander, Wisconsin The Place for Fun in Tomahawk is THE FIRESIDE LOUNGE in The Hotel Tomahawk Building Serving Your Favorite Drinks Your Hosts are Addie and Bill Reetz Phone 453-2155 Call Us for Weddings and Parties Tomahawk, Wisconsin HAN KES The Store with More Worth Shoping for Downtown Hwy. 51 Tomahawk's Oldest Supermarket Over 25 Years of Service to the Tomahawk Area Tomahawk, Wisconsin THE ALAMO PLAZA Tomahawk's Restaurant Show Place Your Hosts Ge or ge 81 Pauline Phone Tomahawk 453-2196 Tomahawk, Wisconsin KOPPLIN'S MARINE "Formerly Lem's Service" Northern Wisconsin "Complete" Marine Service Phone 339-2385 Phillips, Wisconsin More for Your Money Tomahawk's Largest NELSON'S SUPERMARKET Quality Friendliness Service Tomahawk, Wisconsin BRANTWOOD CO-OP SUPPLY General Farm Store and Brantwood Co-op Service Station Brantwood, Wisconsin GUSTAFSON COMPANY Forest Products Pulpwood- -Bulldozing Gravel Hauling Brantwood, Wisconsin Phone 45-F-24 SECURITY STATE BANK Minocqua, Wisconsin MINOCQUA LUMBER CO. Top-Grade Materials Highway 51 Phone 6 5233 Minocqua, Wisconsin BASSETT AUTO CO. Ford Sr Mercury Minocqua, Wisconsin 356-3242 24 Hr. Wrecker Service LAKESIDE CHEVROLET Highway 51 Phone 356-3263 Minocqua, Wisconsin JEM SUPPER CLUB 3 Miles West of Sl Minocqua, Wisconsin Compliments of BELLE ISLE Hotel Minocqua Belle Isle Show Bar and Cafe Minocqua, Wisconsin EDWIN W. HUNTER MINOCQUA A 8' P Realty Minocqua, Wiscon Minocqua, Wisconsi VULUNGS' DooLlTTLE-BARDEN IN DRUG sToRE Realtors Minocqua, Wiscons Minocqua and Manitowish Waters All Types of Northern Wisconsin Properties DENNIS "66" STATION Phillips "66" Products Goodyear Tires Phone 3535 Gas, Oil, Tire Repairing, Washing, Greasing, Minor T une-Ups and Repairs Phillips, Wisconsin NORTHWESTERN LOAN CORPORATION Phillips, Wisconsin McCARTHY'S FLORAL Phone 453-4143 Tomahawk, Wisconsin RAYMOND LUMBER CO Cottage s and Home s Lumber Building Materials - - Coal Visit Our Main Street Display Store Tomahawk, Wisconsin SAVE MORE SUPERMARKET Hi-way 51 Minocqua, Wisconsin Northern Wisconsin's Largest Newest and Finest A 81 W ROOT BEER AND MOTEL Rib Lake, Wisconsin Phone 427-3145 Meals and Luncheons Swirly Top Ice Cream LITTLE BOHEMIA Bowling and Cafe Rib Lake, Wisconsin SHERER'S TOMAHAWK FLORAL Flowers for Weddings, Birthdays and All Occasions Phone 453-3332 Tomahawk, Wisconsin BELLER'S SUPER VALUE WOODRUFF HARDWARE Highway 51 Woodruff, Wisconsi Woodruff, Wisconsi AQUALAND WOODRUFF MERCANTILE MANUFACTURING, INC. B. O. Wright "Home of Aqualand Water Skis" Woodruff, Wisconsi Woodruff, Wisconsi WOODRUFF MOTORS Woodruff, Wisconsin Dodge Chrysler Sales and Service LIFE, AUTO 8K FIRE INSURANCE Representing Mutual Insurance Hilgy's L.P. Gas Bldg. Tomahawk, Wisconsin Phone 453-3366 Compliments of JOE'S MUG AND JUG "Have Beer--Will Sell" Tomahawk, Wisconsin BRADLEY BANK A Safe and Sound Banking Institution Our Greatest Asset-- Your Good Will "Gateway to the Northern Wisconsin Vacation Land" on Highway 51 Phone 453-2112 Tomahawk, Wisconsin GENERAL STORE AND CHEESE FACTORY COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO Engruiulutinns to the graduating class DRLVK E. W. Larson, Proprietor ji Phone Ill- Prentice 46-F-30 .1 -4 1 gl , ' " " , .' N - If K 3 I Ogema 57 2612 , .I I l f . ,S E f' I Brantwood, Wisconsi Rhinelander, Wisconsi MERCHANTS STATE BANK 42, Interest on Twelve Month Certificates Rhinelande r, Wiscon INDIAN POINT RESORT Pier Lake Tripoli, Wiscons HARDING'S RESORT Willow Lake Tripoli, Wiscons Compliments of RHINELANDER NEW CAR DEALERS Kabel Oldsmobile Co. Farris Motor Co. Oneida Motor Sales Stammer Motors, Inc. Modern Farm Supply Gilley Import Motors, Inc . Quality Chevrolet Co. Dekker Service Lake Region Oil Co. Rhinelander , Wis cons in JlM'S CITY SERVICE jim Washing Polishing Accessories Balancing C ourte ous Servi Ellis, Propreitor Tire s Lubrication Batteries Brake Work ce Phone 453-3850 Fourth and Wisconsin Tomahawk, Wisconsin PETE'S MOBIL SERVICE CENTER Richard "Pete" Haas Phillips, Wisconsin Phone 339-3555 KOCI'S FOOD CENTER Groceries - -Meats 594 South Lake Avenue Phillips, Wisconsin Phone 3705 BILL'S BEER SI-IANTY "The Home of Real Pizza" 5 Miles East of Phillips on County Trunk "H" RIVERSIDE TAVE RN onH I l!2 Miles East of Phillips Roy and Vicki Goss Beer- -Liquor- -Wines Phillips, Wisconsin Compliments of ART WAKKINEN Carpenter Cabinet Work Remodeling New Construction Brantwood, Wisconsin Phone Prentice 45-F31 C . W. HAUSE Building Supplies Hardware Paints and Oils Phone SO 7-3051 Ogema, Wisconsin Compliments of THE BEE Printing, Advertising, School Supplies Phillips, Wisconsin Compliments of PHILLIPS COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO Phillips , Wisconsin Compliments of PHILLIPS ICA FOODLINER Phillips, Wisconsin PHILLIPS LUMBER AND SUPPLY CO. Retail Building Supplies Phillips, Wisconsin PRENTICE HYDRAULICS Manufacturers of Hydraulic Loading Equipment Phone 7 or 8 Prentice, Wisconsin FIRST NATIONAL BANK Rhinelander, Wisconsin FRANK 81 GEORGE ZONDLO Bar and Ballroom Rib Lake, Wisconsin CHRIST'S NIGHT OWL Beer- - Liquor- -Wine Rib Lake, Wisconsin STATE BANK OF MEDFORD Rib Lake gl Ogema Stations Rib Lake gl Ogema, Wisconsin TLUSTY BEVERAGE AND BOTTLING COMPANY Phone 427-3155 Rib Lake, Wisconsin TOMAI-IAWK BOWLING CENTER Dick Neuman, Manager Phone 453-2386 Tomahawk, Wisconsin TOWN AND COUNTRY REALTY 201 W. Wisconsin Avenue joe F. Schultz, Realtor Office: 453-3733 Residence: 453-3779 Tomahawk, Wisconsin WINKER'S COIN OPERATED LAUNDROMAT AND DRY CLEANING 28 N. 4th Street Tomahawk, Wisconsin TOMAHAWK AUTO SUPPLY I0 Wisconsin Avenue Tomahawk, Wisconsin TOMAI-IAWK SERVICE COMPANY Elroy Nelson, Prop. Mercury Outboard Sales and Service Toro Lawn and Garden Equipment I-Iomelite Power Chain Saws Briggs gl Stratton Clinton- - Lawson Power Products Engine Service I2 N. 4th Street Ph. 453-3313 Tomahawk, Wis TOMAHAWK SAND AND GRAVEL INC Ready-Mix Concrete Washed Sand and Gravel, Crushed Road Material, Dirt and Filling Road Work- -Asphalt Paving Phone 453-2616 Tomahawk, Wisconsin SCHLAIS CLOTHING Outfitters of Men, Women's, and Children's Clothes Downtown Tomahawk, Wisconsin BREEZY KNOLL Somo Lake Cottages Mr. gl Mrs. H. W. Duxbury Route 3 Phone 453-2522 Tomahawk, Wisconsin TOMAHAWK REAL ESTATE AGENCY 207 l!2 W. Wisconsin Ave. Phone 453-2468 A. W. Tudesco, Realtor Tomahawk, Wisconsin TOMAHAWK CASH gl CARRY Save on Building Needs Lumbe r, Paint, Plywood Phone 453-2454 Tomahawk, Wisconsin MILAD'Y'S BEAUTY SHOP Specialize in Permanent Waving Hair Styling, Tinting, Hair Cutting Open Tuesday and Thursday Nights Phone 453-3431 Tomahawk, Wisconsin SCOTT'S RADIO 81 TV Motorola Tomahawk, Wisconsin TOMAHAWK OUTDOOR PRODUCTS Manufacturers of Industrial Crating and Badger Docks Tomahawk, Wisconsin CLIFFORD CO-OP ASSOCIATED General Merchandise Hardware- -Groceries LP Gas- -Feeds Tripoli, Wisconsin Compliments of SANDERSON AND SHERWOOD Tripoli, Wisconsin Compliments of TALBOT'S RESORT Cabins- -Boats Tripoli, Wisconsin VILLAGE INN THEILE R'S BAR Beer, Liquors, Wines, Sandwiches Beer, Liquors, Wines, Sandwiches Hunters and Fishermans Headquarters Dot and Tauno's Tripoli, Wisconsin Tomahawk, Wisconsin Home of the World's Largest Fishing Pole ROSENLOF 'S SUGAR BUSH Pure Maple Syrup Walter gl Dorothy Rosenlof Brantwood, Wisconsin KELLY'S BAR Bar and Dance Hall Phone SO 7-2500 Ogema, Wisconsin JANSEN'S Squirrel Lake Lodge Squirrel Lake Minocqua, Wisconsin Phone 356-3442 MATTS ON MOTORS Ford Sales and Service Phone 7-2401 Ogema, Wisconsin RI-IODY'S HARDWARE Homelite Chain Saws Monarch Ranges Maytag Washers 81 Dryers Electric Radiant Heating Ogema, Wisconsin OGEMA LOCKER SERVICE Meats Groceries Custom Slaughtering Phone SO 7-2361 Ogema, Wisconsin STROMBOM'S FARM EQUIPMENT Massey-Ferguson Dealer Fred Strombom, Prop . Ogema, Wisconsin KRAMER PLUMBING AND HEATING, INC. Phillips and Medford, Wisconsin Compliments of GRAFF 'S DEPARTMENT STORE Phillips, Wisconsin Phone 7675 Compliments of GAMBLES Clothing and Hardware Phillips, Wisconsin Compliments of WOODIE 'S BARBER SHOP Sharp Razors and Clean Towels Phillips, Wisconsin Compliments of GIBBY'S BAR Gilbert and Caroline Stoehr, Prop Phillips, Wisconsin BOSTROM 'S JEWE LRY STORE jewelry- -Gifts - -Watch Repair Hea ring Aid Batteries Phone 7342 Phillips, Wisconsin Compliments of BEAUTY NOOK Phillips , Wisconsin Compliments of BARBER'S FURNITURE STORE Furniture and Carpeting Linoleum Phillips, Wisconsin Compliments of SKYLINE SUPPER CLUB Phillips, Wisconsin Compliments of FAMILY SHOE STORE Phillips, Wisconsin Compliments of CE L'S BAR Phillips , Wisconsin BIG ELK SERVICE Phillips, Wisconsin DAH LIE 'S HARDWARE Phillips , Wisconsin Compliments of SAMAL SHOE STORE Charles Kandutsch Phillips, Wisconsin Compliments of WM. FRIEDL WOODWORKING Glass Shop--Building Materials Auto Glass Phillips , Wisconsin Compliments of CORMACK DRUG STORE AND Compliments of TONY'S IMPLEMENT CO. GIFT SHOP Your International Harvestor Dealer Phillips , Wisconsin Phillips , Wisconsin Compliments of SCHEEL INSURANCE AGENCY Phillips, Wisconsin PHILLIPS AUTO CENTRAL SUPPLY 144 So. Avon Avenue Phillips, Wisconsin Phone 339-3565 Compliments of LEE'S DRESS SHOPPE Phillips, Wisconsin Compliments of Attorney DONALD G . OLSON Phillips , Wisconsin CRESS INSURANCE AGENCY Insurance of All Kinds Phone 339-4103 Phillips , Wisconsin Compliments of STATE BANK OF PHILLIPS Phillips, Wisconsin PHILLIPS CAFE AND HOTEL Phone 339-9215 Phillips, Wisconsin Compliments of BEN FRANKLIN STORE Headquarters for School Supplies Phillips, Wisconsin Compliments of DAVE'S BEER HUT Phillips, Wisconsin Compliments of WISCONSIN WOOD PRODUCTS INC Phillip s , Wisconsin THE HARBOR Sandwiche s Friday Night-- Fish, Chicken, and Shrimp Dancing on Saturday Night Phillips, Wisconsin Compliments of William L. Swanson SEARS CATALOG MERCHANT Phillip s , Wis cons in Compliments of WARGA BROS . GARAGE Phillips, Wisconsin Compliments of NORWOOD THEATER Phillips, Wisconsin Compliments of CARL JOHNSON Phillips, Wisconsin Compliments of PHILLIPS FARM EQUIPMENT Phillips, Wisconsin CHESS AND jOHN'S BOWLING LANES Pizza "Anytime" Phillips, Wisconsin PRENTICE CO-OP SUPPLY General Merchandise Feed- -Seed--Fertilizer Phone 10 Prentice, Wisconsin VINCENT AND VINCENT "lt's the Service Behind Our Deal That Makes the Difference. " Phillips, Wisconsin JOHNSON'S SPORTS Sr VARIETY CENTER Phone l43W Prentice, Wisconsin BILL'S STANDARD STATION Prop . , Bill France Prentice, Wisconsin CARLSON CLOVER FARM Groceries Meats Vegetables Phone 23 Prentice, Wisconsin REED LUMBER COMPANY Telephone l6W Prentice, Wisconsin Building Material Fuel Electrical Supplies Bottle Gas PRENTICE HARDWARE Plumbing- -Heatin g- -Se rvice Bottle Gas Prentice, Wisconsin PRENTICE SALES gl SERVICE Dodge Trucks and Cars Phone 100 Prentice, Wisconsin UPJOHN STORE Smoking Supplies, Sundries Souvenirs Rib Lake, Wisconsin Compliments of TAE GE 'S PHARMACY Rhinelande r, Wisc ons in GAMBLES Duane Warner, Prop. Rib Lake, Wisconsin RI-IINE LANDER DAILY NEWS Rhinelander, Wisconsin BEN FRANKLIN Doug Morris and Son Tomahawk, Wisconsin Serving Vacation Land CLEARY'S Rhinelander, Wisconsin FEDERATED STORE Tomahawk, Wisconsin V. E. LABBE AGENCY Insurance Service 25 West Wisconsin Avenue Tomahawk, Wisconsin Phone 453-4181 KALL'S IGA FOODLINER Everyday Low Prices S Sz H Stamps with Purchases Tomahawk, Wisconsin WISCONSIN PUBLIC SERVICE CORP. 27 North Tomahawk Avenue Tomahawk, Wisconsin Try Out A 8: W ROOT BEER B-B-Q's--Hot Beef--Hot Dogs Corner of N. 4th and Washington Tomahawk, Wisconsin Compliments of I-IENKEL'S TOMAHAWK Lodge Resort Somo Lake Route 3 Tomahawk, Wisconsin jACKIE'S SERVICE STATION 4th Sz Prospect Tomahawk, Wisconsin BOB'S NORTH STAR Tomahawk, Wisconsin Outboard Repairs Bolens Snowcasters Lawn Mowers gl Chain Saws Sales Service E RRY'S UMPIN IN OINT Corner of CC and 51 Tomahawk, Wisconsin BE NNETT'S DRUG Prescriptions Fountain Service W. I. "Corky" Bennett Phone 453-3848 Tomahawk, Wisconsin THE SPOT MOTEL Phone 453-4050 Tomahawk, Wisconsin BRADFISH ELECTRIC 8: HARDWARE Hardware, Plumbing, Heating, Electric Supplies, Paint, and Linoleum. Phone 453-3030 Tomahawk, Wisconsin NORTH WOODS INN Oscar Pockat Beer - - Liquor- - Wine Tripoli, Wisconsin KAY'S TRUCK STOP Phone 453-4153 Tomahawk, Wisconsin JIM Sz LORRAINE'S Bar gl Cafe Tripoli, Wisconsin Compliments of TWIN BAY RESORT 1 H Tomahawk, Wisconsin BOYLE'S RESORT on Willow Lake Bar- -Cabins - -Boats Tripoli, Wisconsin THE KITCHEN Fish Fry--Fridays Phone 51-F-w Brantwood, Wisconsin Compliments of lRENE'S COURTESY CLUB Bar and Cafe Phone Prentice 53-F-13 Brantwood, Wisconsin BESSERDICH'S BAR AND SINCLAIR GASOLINE Brantwood, Wisconsin I-IEBERT'S HUNTER'S INN Beer- - Liquor- -Cabins Grocery Store Tripoli, Wisconsin DONATIONS Phillips, Wisconsin Crystal Cafe Gannon's Hardware Store Johnson's Hardware Dr. W. E. Niebauer Master Service Station Moquin's Barber Shop Phillips Locker Plant Norwood Bakery Northland Furniture Mart Dr. R. L. Rens Dr. T. E. Frye Lake Funeral Home Tomahawk, Wisconsin Berghammer Cottages Sportsman's Inn Hufschmid's Variety Don's Zepher Service Better Food Shoppe Madame Monta's Shop Dr. H. L. Hougen, Optometrist Daigle's Hardware Bohmsack's Bennett's Sporting Goods Scheller's AUTOGRAPHS E7 Y"iTEW5F3,I.""'7


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