Arrowhead High School - Warhawk Yearbook (Hartland, WI)

 - Class of 1978

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i V ' ' ' , I The Warhawk Arrowhead High School Hartland, Wisconsin V 4+ "N"-. Discovering Our year at Arrowhead was a journey packed with countless dis coveries at every turn. As we strove to fulfill our duties as stu- dents, we couldn't help but learn about life , above and beyond the knowledge and practical skills tha were our goals and responsibil- ities. We found at many times that our goals and responsibilities were burdens in disguise and that learning about life was sometimes a painful experience. It seemed that what we wanted to do and what we had to do were often in conflict and that reality could be something to avoid. We did come to see though, that each experience, joyful as well as painful, was a valuable discovery. By preserving these discoveries, we hope to continue to learn and grow While remembering the peo- ple and events which made our year worthwhile . S. m ,- M35 E 5.1 v ..f-S ,81 Float Wins Two hot air balloons hovering above Arrowhead's gridiron greeted alumni and other fans to Warhawk Homecoming '77, October 21 . Girls on the Home- coming Court were treated to rides in the crafts shortly before the Warhawks disposed of the Kewaskum Indians, 15- 8. The Freshmen Class took the float competition, parading their mechanical whale through I-Iartland's streets prior to the game. At the Homecoming Week pep assem- bly senior Ralph Jungbluth, out of ac- tion with an injured knee , was presented an autographed football by his varsity teammates. Spirit Days included Pajama and Little Kids Dayg Quiet Dayg Hat, Sock, and Tie Dayg Greaser Dayg and School Col- ors and Carnation Day. A sunset hue filled the North Campus commons during the 1977 Homecoming dance held October 22. "Heart and Soul" added to the atmosphere. Queen Cheryl I-Iader and King Dan Gutschenritter reigned over the festive occasion. The court and the rest of the couples danced to the theme song "Songbird" by Fleetwood Mac. Homecoming 1977 will long be remembered by all. Dan Gutschenritter and Cheryl I-Iader. I-9-DCE Roberts and Katie MCI-00112 Homecoming Court: Kathy Lemke and Bob Hackbart Chris Bowen and Lynn Koelpin Christa Kotovic and john I-laesler julia Dolan and John Dewey Meg Leightfuss and Paul Moran Erich Uebersohn and Lisa Schmidt Arrowhead Presents Guys and Dolls This year's Arrowhead musical was ' 'Guys and Dolls' ' , presented Octo- ber 27, 28, 29. lvlr. Charles Bart and Cynthia Bacon directed the produc- tion. Others contributing to the produc- tion were James Tiplady, Gail Schroder, james Nelson, Alan Dorrler, David Stamsta and Curt Bauer. 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Mr. james Tiplady directed and was assisted by Mrs. Mary Zeigel- bauer and jean Farley, stage manager. Heidi- Beth Rabbyg Grandfather fAlm Unclej- Dave Stamstag Dete- Tracy Siewertg Goat Peter- Kerry Tymg Pastor-Bob Daleiden, Grandmother-jean Kyleg Klara- Heidi Schmidtg Barbel-Katie To- biassong Brigitte- julie Stolperg Rottenmeier-Margritt Eggarsg Mrs. Sesimen- Kim Petruag Tin- ette-Tina Meyerg Sebastian and Doctor- jim Freulerg Professor- Bob Daleiden and Dancers- jean Richardson and Tina Meyer. -Grandpa ponders a problem as Dete 8 Heidi look on. -Dete proves her point to a disbelieving Barbel. -Mr. james Tiplady advises cast members on blocking out action. ,, X X Front Row: Kerry Tyan, Katie Tobiasson, julie Stolper, Laurie Matula, Mr. jim Tiplady. 2nd Row: jean Farley, Tracy Siewert, Peter Daleiden, james Grothey. 3rd Row: Tina Meyer, Bob Daleiden, Kim Petura, Tom Rabby, Noel Becker, Margritt Eggars, David Stamsta, Jean Kyle, Beth Rabby, Mrs. Mary Zeigelbauer, jean Richardson Front Row: Renata Pernerstofer, jean Richardson, Lynn Koelpin, Noel Becker, Tina Meyer. 2nd Row: Dan Tu- miati, Nancy Donnell, Laura Lob, Lynn Stumpf, jim Freuler, Cheryl Booth, Marc Stamsta, james Grothey. The Ghost of Christmas Future shows Scrooge shadows of the events that may happen. Scrooge and his deceased partner are reunited once more. L' N li R The Arrowhead Mime Company presented A CHRISTMAS CAROL December tenthg it was the second year company's most ambitious project. Senior James Grothey directed the production and Jim Freuler adapted the original novel, Scrooge-james Grotheyg Crat- chitt and Fezziwig- Dave Stamstag Ghost of Christmas Past and Ghost of Christmas Future-Nancy Don- nellg Young Scrooge- Dan Tu- miatig Marley and Cratchitt's daughter- Laura Lobg Mrs. Crat- chitt 8 Mrs. Fezziwig-Lynn Stumpfg Narrator- jim Freulerg Scrooge's Girlfriend 8 Ghost of Present-Cheryl Boothg Apprentice S Turkey Boy-Marc Stamstag Dancers-Renata Pernerstofer, jean Richardson, Lynn Koelpin, Noel Becker, Tina Meyer. 5520, .wus - Q Q Q U N W Q Q ,f,, . ,Vy,.,,m ,, WN nuts ' 1 fWBwwmm.,, -Q 4 g -,Q-fmnwww' ,,.4Mw-- ' ' """""' 1a'a:nmf N , 43' MQ- '--.1 'UW W -M5 x web Q ffm ,J I awww' THESPIANS COMMUNITY PROJECTS FREEDOM JAM FOOSBALI. TABLES SENATORS YEARBOOK JOURNALISTS CLUB PARTIES DARKROOM PHOTOGRAPHY INTERNAL sTR1FE NEWSPAPER ADVISORS FOREIGN EXCHANGE FRENCH CLUB MOL1ERE CHURROS BINGO SCHNITZEL BANK POETRY DRAMA DIGITS PAWNS FCA BREAKFAST CREPES PIZZA GREAT AMERICA GRAPBFRUITS AMMO HORSES OUT DOOR ENTHUSISTS DEVILS LAKE SURVIAL SKIERS DOUBLE DAFFIES SAXOPHONES BAND MUSICIANS ORATORS E.Y.E. SCHLITZ CANs ECOLOGISTS SCIENTISTS CLUBS AND ORGANIZATIONS NORTH STUDENT SHSIATE. Front row: Dawn Gutschenritter, Vic Schultz, Linda Goodman, Dons Alberts, Sue Su berg, Cheryl Hader, james Mathison, Kim Kenney. Second row: Tom Seidl, Debbie Kowalski, Mike Smith, Lisa Larratt, Kim Richardson, Chris Bowen. Third row: Dee Anderson, Linn Foster, Lynn Colman, Barb Thomas, Mar gie McCarty, Jenny Stemper, Carolyn Schmitt. FoLu'th row: Doug Brown, John Dewey, Martin King, Chris Vanden Huevel, Mary Gross, Brian Duemling, Beth Balmer. Fifth row: Mr. Jim Martin, Connie Millot, Margaret King, Amy Thomas, Lori Siefert, Sid Sidwell, Martha Siepmann, Sheila Gavahan, Tom Rabby North Senate forms voluntary council In February, North Senate formed an all-volunteer council. It was hoped that interest and enthusiasm in Senate would increase . Community projects included a Christmas drive , which distributed food and clothing to 14 area fam- ilies, and a bike-a-thon, a fund raiser for the Hartland Ambulance Fund. Prom and graduation were two ma- jor activities sponsored by Senate . Also assemblies included were "The Career Game' ' , Dick johnson on al- coholism, and a concert by FREE- DOM JAM. Around school, the commons was furnished with new chairs and a foos- ball table . Also a poll was taken so Senate could choose new snack ma- chines. South Senate sponsors dance April 22, South and North Senates Worked together to hold a turn-a- bout dance , The girl-ask-boy affair was held at North Campus, and Free- time was the band. At christmas time Senate sponsored a hall decorating contest that the Sophomores won. They also helped with the Christmas drive . One of the big achievements of the Senate was the restoration of the weight room at South Campus. Sen- ate also ran polls for suggestions to improve study hall and install new snack machines . SOUTH STUDENT SENATE Front row: Mr. Bob Scheele , Shelly Priebush, Mike Herrick, Heidi Barone , Linda Seidl, Peggy Dziedzic, john Brennan. Second row: Charlotte Thomas, jay Freck, Scott Olsen, Katy King, Lisa Moon, jill Bahr, Shelly Martin. Third row: Bob Zizzo, Jon Schneider, Karen Stuve, Mary Sowold, Barb Mauer, Kristi Lane, Erik Larratt. Fourth row: Sue Sorensen, Candy Murel, Dennis Brown, Tom Kyle, Mike Euch, Randy Richert , Mark Myrhum . NHS based on scholarship, character, leadership, service NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY, NEW MEMBERS. Front row: Tracy Borchart Cheryl Booth Karen Boland Beth Blum, Mary Becker, Ellen Bauer, Dee Anderson, Sue Alstad. Second row: Linn Foster, Julie Ennis, Brian' Duernl- ing, Nancy Donnell, Keith Dieball, john Dewey, jeff DeMeuse, Chris Davis, Dennis Condon. 'Third row- Walter Hitter, Barbara Hewitt, jane Hassemer, john I-Iaesler, Dan Gutschenritter, Mary Gross, Renee Groenevelt, Linda Goodman, Patty Godsey, Stephanie Gilman. rm, NEW MEMBERS, CONT. Front row: Mark Littlejohn, Allen Lenz, jane LeMense, Joann Kudriko, Deborah Kowalski, Lynn Koelpin, Liz Karbler, Ralph jungbluth. Second row: Lynn Stumpf, Terri Spade, Mary Sizer, Susan Paul, Meredith Palmer, Mary Myrhum, Dale Muehl, Margaret McCarty, James Matthisen, Daryl Zigan. Third row: Susanna William, Lisa Larratt, Kelly Warga, David Timmerman, Vicki Wallschlager, William Walker, Da- vid Vandertie , Chris Vanden I-Ieuvel, Barbara Van Dam, Bruce Tossenberger. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY, TWO YEAR MEIVIBERS. Front row: Wendy Heffinger, Melissa Morris, Nancy Klokner, Donna Wojdon, jeff Follansbee, Mark Thomas, Rick Kneusel, Neil Smith. Second row: Douglas Brown, Karin Krygsman, Sue LeMense, Victor Schulu, Tracy Siewert, Jean Kyle, Jean Matthisen, jean Hajdziona, Phillip Huber. A IRLS Front row Nanc Donnell Alan Lenz, Wil- 1978 BADGER BOYS AND G . : y , liam Walker, Lori Seifert. Second row: john Dewey, Terri Spade, alternate James Matthisen. Not Shown: jeff DeMuese . Badger Boys and Girls The mythical state of Badger was formed by the American Legion and American Legion Auxilary in 1940. Ever since then girls and boys from all over Wisconsin have had the opportunity to learn and prac- tice the principles of a demo- cratic government. The program is based on the study of state, county, and mxmiciple systems, including the function of political par- ties. The citizens of Badger State learn by participating in fictional political parties, run- ning for office , and operating their own cities, counties, and state. Both Badger Boys State and Badger Girls State take place for a week in june. The boys attend the program at Ripon College , while the girls spend a week on the UW-Madison campus. The participants are chosen for their leadership ability, academic achieve- ment, and extracurricular ac- tivities. 1977 BADGER BOYS AND GIRLS . Rick Kneusel, jean Kyle , Phil Huber, Tracy Siewert, Doug Brown, Renee Groenevelt. Not Shown: jeff Follansbee. New look for the yearbook Does your yearbook look different? If it does, it's because the yearbook staff, with the help of Mr. Doug Kreimeyer and Mr. Frank Balistreri, decided to try something new. The staff worked hard after school and weekends to bring you this year's book. Mr. Ken Whittamore, a represen- tative from josten's Yearbook Com- pany, attended meeting regularly to help with any problems that arose. The addition of Mr. Dave Wetzel, an assistant advisor, and some new equipment helped the staff to im- prove their photography operation. After the yearbook was finished , the entire staff went to Mr. Balis- 1:-eri's house for a party. Even though Jean Euch got all wet, she had just as much fun as the rest of them. So here's the new yearbook! The staff hopes you appreicate it and en- joy it for the years to come . YEARBOOK STAFF. Front row: jean Buch, Jean Hajdziona Second row Cindy Knight, Laura jones, Mike Doman, Cheryl Booth, Sandy Klueskens, Mr. Frank Balistreri. Third row: Steve Suazis, Chuck Booth, Bob Strazis, Bert Dziedzic. Missing: Renee Groenevelt, Barb Thomas Smoke signal comes thru After many long hours of arguments, debates and hard work, the AHS Smoke Signal finally came tluough with the help of their new advisor Ms. joan Bergstrom and the Lake Country Reporter. The paper had the look of a real newspaper complete with pictures, Un- fortunately, due to internal strife the paper came out only fitfully and had alarge turnover in both students and faculty advisors. The addition of a newspaper class to the curriculum should remedy their problem in years to 'come . NEWSPAPER STAFF. Front row: Claire Welch, Ms. Joan Bergstrom, jean Farley, Noel Becker. Second row: Sue Paul, Russ Berger. Not Pictured: Lynn Ashton, Bret Gladish, Mike Enters . Mary Gross, Jean Farley, Claire Welch. 4 2 as C ,gd Express yourself in english Tfgizgiiif 'vwitvfsya n "i"L.3?w3Vi" 1iI:5f5d735'3"ir ' QQ' -'lffzirsili3Wi'i?'55553S "Listen, 1 heard this great joke last week! ! " 5 Sbltsf g ga gg .455 gf Something new meet the eye! The EYE has caught the attention of many of Arrowhead's most intelligent and talented people, making the Forensics team almost triple the size of previous years. And what is Foren- sics? It's a way for students to learn to and practice expressing themselves well in public . The rewards of par- ticipation are added poise and confi- dence and more self assurance in public. Arrowhead placed second in the conference tournament, which was the only team competition of the year. The Forensics season included participation in a series of Saturday tournaments all leading to the state competition. To get to the state lev- el of tournaments, a contestant must qualify by receiving an "A" rating at the sub-district and district tour- naments which this year were held during March and April. The season ended with the state tournament in Madison, April 29. Six individuals competed at Madison. Three re- ceived "A" ratings. The Forensics team had a great season and is look- ing forward to an even better one next year. 4- f Y ? 3 sa Row 1: Mr. Peche, John Brennan, Jeannie Euch, Mary jesko, Angela Stickel, Mr. Kinzel. Row 2: Mr. Wick, Mary Gross, Jane Karbler, Joe Kleinwaechter, Scott Johnson, Neil Smith. Row 3: Debbie Pitsch, Liz Pfeiffer, Lau- ra jones, Penny Patterson, Tina Meyer, Jeff Meissner, Mike Ranscht. Missing: Heidi Schmidt. Pep Club piles it on The Pep Club was busy arousing school spirit this year. They were re- sponsible for bringing those hot air balloons to the Homecoming festivi- ties and snakedancing in the Home- coming Parade . Funds were raised through the sale of pom-poms shakers and hats in school and at games. It was the Pep Club which hung Wally Warhawk in the South Campus gym. Actually they only hung pictuu-e of him, the Administration frowned on hanging the real thing. PEP CLUB: Front row: Lisa Schmidt, Candy Murel, Terry Spade, Beth Balmer, Tina Yost, Connie Millot, Amy Thomas, Michele Nold, Debby Gehring. Second Row: Lisa Crivello, Karen Stuve, Laura jones, Shelly Martin, Claudia Millott, Sheila Gavahan, Linn Foster, Martha Seipman, Margaret King. Third Row: Lori Seifert, Tim O'Driscoll, Syd Sidwell, Diane Becker, Kris Moore, Katy King, Bridget Hasslinger, Geri Steuttgen, jackie Schroeder. Fourth Row: Lydia Linda Goodmann, Dori Alberts, Sue Syburg, Lisa Larratt, Vicky McNulty, Holly Audley, Jennifer Marcus, Mary Nowicki. Fifth Row: Julie Kiltz, Diane Kraemer, Margie Eberhaxdy, Kathy Hanus, Cheryl Hader, Jim Matthisen, Barb Mauer. A.F.S. CLUB. Front row: Clay Kraus, Marlys Zenor, Joanne Wiemer. Second row: Alan Lenz, Heidi Manke, Noel Becker, Mary jesko, Ann jodczak, Meredith Palmer, Lori Weischel, Chris Vanden Heuvel. Third row: Karen Boland, jenni Stemper, Miss Carol Centgraf, Linda Goodman, Susanna William, Margie McCarty, Jeri Sykes, Ellen Bauer, jean Farley, Dan Guetschenritter. .F.S. active The A.F.S. Club has been very active this year. A list of activities include: pretty legs contest, fruit sale, Halloween party, candy cane sale, Christmas party, Folk Fair, sponsored a dance , and Milwaukee Week Where four A.F.S. ers and 2 A.A.'s American Abroad came to C I our school for a week. The club has had poster making dinners, they went to Great Amer- ica, had a Christnnas card sale and a farewell party. During Milwaukee Week, there was an activity planned for every- day. They had a sledding party, a potluck dinner, and afterwards saw j.B. It was a very successful and fun week. The returnees are Dan Gutschen- ritter who went to Austria, Karin Krygsman who went to Turkeyg Chuck Norton who went to Ger- manyg and john Matula who went to Iran. This year the Americans Abroad students are Heidi Manke who is a junior and going abroad for the su:m.mer. Senior Chris Vanden Heu- vel is going abroad for a year. Linda Goodman was an A.F.S. student from Sydney, Australia. She came to the United States in July and is staying with the McLoones. Linda said one thing that is dif- ferent is the climate . She's used to temperatures as hot as 1200 and as "cold" as 500Also, the sea- sons are reversed. While she en- joyed our Winter, it was summer in Australia. Otherwise there were't other major differences ex- cept in the language. There are differences in slang and people speak much faster there . Linda lives in the city of Syd- ney. Cars are expensive to run, so she takes a train or bus to wherev- er she wants to go. She asked to come to a country area in Amer- ica . That way she feels there is a truer reflection of what people are like. P Back in Australia, where Linda goes to school, the choice of sub- jects is much narrower. Children go to grade school for 8 years. They they are high school students for 4 years or 6 years if they plan to go to college. The professional fields such as law and medicine require a college education. 80M of the high school students. leave after four years as they are ready for the business world or other work. There is higher academic emphasis in high school. Linda likes to surf and sail. She plays field hockey and netball Qboth outside of school activities, . She was on Arr-owhead's cross country and track teams. Linda's last comment was, ' "This has been the best year of my life and l can't thank everyone enough, particularly the McLoones. " FOREIGN EXCHANGE STUDENTS . Front row: Ann Louise Volkuyn, Linda Goodman. Second row: Polo Mendoza, Susanna William, Walter I-litter. Linda's last comment was, ' 'This has been the best year of my life and l can't thank everyone enough, par- ticularly the McLoones. ' ' Susanna William was one of two A.F.S. students this year. She came from Stockholm, Sweden in August and stayed with the Boland family. She wanted to come to America, re- viewed several foreign exchange pro- grams, and chose the American Field Service. Though, she says, there are differences, life is about the same in the two countries. Susanna lives in a suburb of Stock- hol.m and commutes by subway to school everyday. Most people walk or take the bus or subway in Stockholm because cars are expensive and not really needed. She attends a public experimental school. All students must go to school until they are 16 . Children are taught English from 3rd grade for 7 years. After grade school, they go to high school for 3 years es- pecially if they're going to college . The classes she attends are college prep and much harder than classes here. In fact, the students are 1:-eated as adults as if they were in college . There are no hall passes or teachers on supervision duty. The students are more responsible . A lot of group work is done in classes 'there and teachers give more assignments. ln social studies, for example , each unit starts w'ith a 2 hour lecture. For the next 3 weeks the student is on his own to complete his presentation. This means leaving school during that pe- riod to go to the library, study or sleep. ln this school the Student Senate is much stronger. They chose the text books and recently fought for no his- tory tests and won! Susanna is glad she came because she's enjoying herslef and leamed a lot. She would like to go into medi- cine when she gets to college, but says that the competition is very tough. Walter I-litter, from West Ger- many, came to the U.S. through the YFU program QYouth for Understand- ingj . ln the fall of 1976, he spent 4 weeks in New York in a private ex- change. He came back because he wanted to try a whole year and he wanted to improve his English for his business career. Back in Germany, he will go to high school for 2 more years fthis year doesn't countj , and then go to college to study business Qeconomicsj or maybe law. Walter said that Arrowhead is a nice school and the people are nice and friendly. In general, he said, the school work is easier here . The teachers spend more time on one subject. ln Germany, his private high school is like college. The teacher keeps right on going and the daily assignment is to review what was said in class. Walter lives in a suburb of Hamburg fwhere "hamburgers" were first called thatj and commutes to school everyday. He said that America is similar to Germany in that there is not much difference in the standards of living. Certain customs are different, but he feels it is a valuable experience and it is important to know the ways of living in other countries for the peace of the world. For instance , the news on TV and in newspapers is very American-centered here . In Ger- many, there is much more news from other countries in Europe and every- one knows what is going on. "I'm staying with a very nice family fthe Gross' Q . I feel at home with them. That's why l didn't get homesick. " Walter was on the cross country team and the track team. Over all, Walter said he would come back again if he had to do it all over again. He had "a year of fum. " Leopoldo Mendoza, Polo, came from Los Mochis, Mexico through the Rotary Club exchange . He came to the United States to learn English and to see what life is really like here . He said that this is the greatest country in the world. He wanted to experience American life in the country and to meet American girls. He said they're the same as Mexican girls. Polo attended primary school for 6 years, secondary school for 3 years fstudents at these schools must wear uniformsj . He went to preparatory school for 3 years. This is designed for students who know what they want to do . It prepares them for a certain area of work. Polo will go to the Univer- sity of Guadalajara or Mexico City to study architecture for 5 years. His favorite class at Arrowhead was drafting. When he first came here in Au- gust, he could speak English about as well as anyone can speak a for- eign language in a class they take here . He's stayed with the Schultz's, the Foster's, and the Siepmann's. He said they all were just great! Polo said he had a different feeling when he first came . He would like to live in the country if he would live in the United States. He saw and felt snow for the first time in his 18 years on November 12 and 11 :OO he said. "Snow is something else! " Lastly he asks, ' 'Treat other foreign stu- dents like Americans. Please don't tell jokes about their ethnic origin. ' ' 27 French trip postponed Despite hard work at the fourth of july Fair, the French club had to postpone its trip to France due to missing the deadline for getting res- ervations on the plane . Mrs, Green- ing said the club will be doing more fund raising projects and plans to go next year. The Little Match Girl, a customary French play, was performed by the second year students at the Foreign Language Christmas Party, Brian Lonn was a great Pere Noel fFather Chrisnnasj as he was just jolly and rolly-poly enough to pull it off . At the end of the skit, the whole club sang some traditional Christnnas Car- ols and sampled delicious French desserts. In December, the whole club trav- eled to Mecca for a Holiday Folk Fair. There were foods from all over the world to be tried and trinkets to Right To Left: You mean we're actually going to eat this junk? Talk about a blank look! be bought. Shen Martin Said the egg FRENCH CLUB. Front Row: Ellen Brennan, Tina Meuer, Laura Giese, Alan Y . f - an 11 Lenz Loretta Tossenberger Scott johnson Cindy Gladish Brian Lonn. Second giilisdufolxtlggxefgaiivgffixmligcgii Row: Walter I-litter, jane liarbler, Pam Tanger, Bonnie lieimer, Erik Larratt, Hotdo is S511 the best. Brett Gladish, Mr. Peche. Not Pictured: Margie McCarty, Sheila Gavahan, g Debby Ford, Beth Rabby, Roberta Dziedzlc, Shelly Martln. r If 7 f SPANISH CLUB Front row: Holly Audley, Judy Pouchert, Julie Olson, Vicky McNulty, Jill Bogusewski, Lori Kosik Second row Ginnie Hewitt, Kerry Tym, Chuck Booth, Tom Syburg, Tracy Todd, Jeri Sykes, Mr. Peche. CLOCKWISE FROM ABOVE: Are you SURE we're doing this right? just what l need is a sugar shower. Hey Judy, lend me a hand! E9w!i9P5552??i'VffG'2 -..J,g.w...: 1.:w.:n:iii:f23'i ' 'jggfjgs js 55. , gggwgg?w.g,,,g,,.z aazg: b . -f,-. .,,,,.., . ..,, - ,. V , , V3 ,,,,. ,,,.5,1.:-e1zf12Ei1fs?fif5IfEii' A ".-Sri ' me -. '- -' 1 ,,', v11s1f52f'2'W1f.w22s5'5' fsweii -, 1 .1 fzifli 111' , 1: ,P 1-fat' "ri 'T V -' K- get -1. 1 U, ,,g,,5,-.,.5.,,,,,s 1 af e,-- '11, ,, as ' - . ' fi 1978 is one big fiesta The Spanish Club may not have been all wet all year but they were soaked at the churros party. Aquiring most of the water was Mr. Peche who was attacked by his students who then turned on each other. In the end, everyone was soaked but the party was a success! g Another gala occasion was the For- eign Language Christmas party where the first year students put on a skit about Spanish customs. Later on, the club sang some songs and ate rich Spanish desserts until they got sick. At the end of the year the students prepared a traditional Spanish dinner to which they invited their parents . Ich Hab's! Bingo cries rang out all over as the German Club members competed for prizes at one of their monthly meet- ings. Other meetings were spent making German pancakes or making plans for many activities. They went to the Folk Fair at Mecca and par- ticipated in the Foreign Language Christmas party with a skit by the second year class and the Schnitzel Bank Song led by Rick Kneusel and Doug Brown. In March, the group put on their formal attire and headed for the fascinating lights of the Pabst Theater. Dinner beforehand at a top- rated German restaurant started the evening off just right. April brought many spring activities. One being a German dinner for the parents pre- pared by the students - complete with polka dancing ! Above: Did he say Kugelschreiber yet? Below: What an l doing? ? GERMAN CLUB. Front row: Jeannie Euch, julie Leisten, Kris Moore, Con- nie Haig, Sue Paul, Judy Maahs. Second row: Karin Ratschan, Michele Schmitt, Claire Welch, Angela Stickel, janet Hopfinger. Third row: Frau Rochette, Elizabeth Pfeiffer, Katrin Waples, jeff Follansbee, Erich Ueber- sohn, jim Waples, Tim Follansbee. Missing: Rick Kneusel, Barbara Be- vandic, Petra Man, Brian Duemling, Steve White, Debbie Bixzer. fff .re,.t ..., '-rrtf1tf. 'iid If "l wish he's slow down, 1 only understand SLOW Ger- man. Drama presents A FEAST Come to our table and fill yom-self up. Heidi is frothy and on j.B. we'll sup. The rest of the meal is frolic and fun, After ' 'Footlites Fantasy' ' the table is done. We ran out of mimers but started the dance And all we ask is "Will you give us a glance? " The table is set, the food we will rend, So come to our table, at eat hardy, my friend. DRAMA CLUB. Front row: julie Stolper, Jean Euch, Mr. jim Tiplady, julie Leisten, Jim Freuler, Barb Hewitt, Vicki Wallschlager, Mr. jim Dawson, Tracy Siewert. Second row: Kim Petura, Meg Leichtfuss, Noel Becker, Dave Stamsta, jean Kyle, Meredeth Palmer, jean Farley, jay Jaeger, jim Grothey, Third row: Julie Kiltz, Carolyn Schmitt, Alan Lenz, Sue Steen, Beth Rabby, Paulette Froeming, Laura Lenske, Dorothy Goetsch, Nancy Donnell. Fourth row: Chris Vanden Heuvel, Kris Moore, Betsy Bassett, Bonnie Riemer, Tina Meyer, Wendy Brummer, Dan Tumiati, Blake Ward, Shelly Williams, Ellen Dziedzic, Kerry Tym. i., 5 Wkrffzzn Stk r MATH TEAM. Front row: M. jesko, J. Leisten, J. Euch, J. Sykes, E. Rabby, M. Morris, K. Krygsman, S. Le- Mense, V. Shultz. Se cond row: A. Stickel, M. Nowicki, E. Brennan, W. Brummer, C. Vanden Heuvel, M. King, D. Guetschenritter, D. Rezner. Third row: R. Krygsman, T. Borchardt, N. Donnell, J. Ennis, K. Boland, K. Kollross, B. Thomas. FoLu'th row: L. Siefert, R. Kneusel, K. Brown, A. Lenz, C. Shmidt, N. Brumm. Fifth ww: Mr. Ken Reichert, B. Gladish, M. Oldenburg, M. Thomas, D. Goetsch, J. Dewey, N. Smith. Math is a team MAA STATE FINALISTS. Left to right: Victor Schultz, Tracy Bor- chardt, Carolyn Schmitt, Neil Smith, Norm Brumm. The Math Team was involved in conference and state meets. They had 8 people on each team and com- peted in algebra, geometry, ad- vanced math and miscellaneous areas. '6Check" chess The chess club sponsors an open tournament ffor all studentsj which consism of eight rounds of play in Swiss style competition. ln addition to play they discuss opening combi- nations and play strategy. Sixteen players play one match each week throughout the school year. CHESS TEAM. Front row: T. Earle, N. Smith, M. Thomas, N. Brumm, K. Thurnbauer. Second row: T. Banholzer, B. Keller, R. Haas, Mr. Tom Guenter, advisor. A FCA. Front Row: Margaret King, julie Kiltz, Maurita Weber, Lynn Coleman, julie Ennis, Nancy Donnell, john Dewey, Mr. jim Martin, Second Row: Tracy Murel, Lisa Schmidt, Karen Stuve, Dee Anderson, Carol Moretti, Teresa Klokow, Katie King, Doug Brown, Tom Rabby. Third Row: Beth Rabby, Abby Abblett, Kim Kenny, Chris Bowen, Mary Gross, Tom Coleman, jay Yde, Bill Walker. Fourth Row: Shelly Martin, Bonnie Riemer, Karen Ra- deman, jill Bahr, Connie Millot, Marty King, Rick Knuesel, Tim Follensbee. Fifth Row: Dan Guetschenritter, Linn Foster, Tom Seidl, Martha Siepmann, Beth Balmer, Sheila Gavahan, Chris Vanden Heuvel, Terry Spade, FCA attends rallies The Fellowship of Christian Ath- letes is a group concerned with the physical and spiritual well-being of Christian athletes. The Arrowhead chapter had a steady group of twen- ty-five to thirty people . FCA break- fasts were held every other Thursday morning throughout the school year. They featured guest speakers, music, films, and testimonies given by teachers and students. The FCA attended the Lake Mills Rally, sponsored its own rally at Arrowhead, and traveled to Sun Prarie to start an FCA group in their r high school. They also sponsored two MM I? , it 'aa Dave Balmer. movies during the year to raise mon- , ey to send members to summer con- ferences throughout the country. A L : ,kr we. L -trr v- - 1 LLL.. L L... f we n titti l s L l A ysyn NORTH CAMPUS HOME EC. CLUB. Front row: Diane Wittig, Carolyn Schlaefer, Annette Kolberg. Second row: Lori Stetzenbach, Mary Hehn, Donna Gross, Kathy Fackler, jenny Stigney. Third row: janet Kamine, Pam Becker, Julie Fackler, Mrs. Fran Shupe. Not Pictured: April Norman, Donna Hernke, Nancy Elmergreen, Vicky Cornelius, Heidi Manke, Cheryl Falkner. Girls go places NORTH HOIVIE EC. CLUB The girls in North Home Ec . Club did a lot of different, interesting and fun activities this year. They started off with a crepe party at which they :made five different kinds of crepes. p V The next event was a hayride at the ' Wiese farm. After an evening of hay and cold, they enjoyed hot cider, and hot dogs, roasted in the fire- place, at advisor Mrs. Fran Shupe's house . Other activities included the annu- al Christmas shopping trip in Decem- ber, a course in cake decorating in March, :rnacrame lessons, and a rol- lerskating trip. A trip to Marrotts' Great America was a planned Spring activity. Above right: julie Fackler, Miss Carol Centgraf, Donana Doughman, Marie Pernerstorfer, Vicki Wallsch- lager. , 1 1 Stepping out The girls in South Home Ec. Club enjoyed a variety of activities this year. They went Christmas shopping, made craft dolls, had a pizza party, went to the Shrine Circus and rollar skating. They had three bake sales. Also, they were involved in commu- nity service projects such as making tray favors for a local nursing home and participating in activities like Bingo at the nursing home . In the spring, they enjoyed an all-day trip to Man-iott's Great America . The Home Ec . Club provided an opportunity for students to participate in Home Bc. related areas, to get to know each other better, learn new things and have a good time . SOUTH CAMPUS HOME EC. CLUB. Front row: Mrs. Ewald, S. Martin, M. Fortlage, V. McNulty, P. Duke, S. Bong, S. Pfeiffer, S. Schmidt, Mrs. Dyer. Second row: R. Dzeidzic, J. Jeffery, M. Bush, K. Kosidowski, D. Kraemer, D. Vershowske, J. Schroeder, P. Moore, L. Sager, K. Larson. Third row: J. Kechiwski, R. Pemer- storfer, C. Stae, P. Falk, C. Chapel, K. Jeffery, M. Murrey, L. Paul, B. Schiek, J. Robinson. Fourth row: J. Kowalcyk, J. Windoski, M. DeMuese, P. Froeming, L. Oman, L. Griswald, D. Becker. Fifth row: P. Dzeidzic, J. Bahr, P. Wagner, S. Beaster, L. Bergen, J. Chaput, J. Kaiser, P. Jones, S. Hernke, L. Ckzewsl-ci. Sixth row: D. Fickau, L. Jorgensen, M. Engle, D. Wille, S. Moon, L. Schoeben, D. Peovencher, L. Bakiewicz, T. Kaiser, D. Loew, M. Dreweck. Seventh row: H. Audley, L. Housfeldt, L. Schwanter, M. Earl, A. Bailey, S. Matusak, A. Home, C. Widan, S. Kleuskens, D. Pitsch. Eighth row: J. Marcus, J. Plamer, G. Stuettgen, M. Smith, K. Dib- ble, D. Squires, J. Hopfinger. Ninth row: K. King, T. Schwulst, B. Bartz, K. Spankowski, S. Price, C. Miller, H. Barany, M. Hinkley, G. Falkner. Last row: M. Nowicki, L. Yokosh. Kiwi' teiwikarztiesesazigf msg s L F.F.A. Front row: Mr. Carl Benrud, Steve Horwatich, Fred Horne, David Emmer, Tracy Stuart, Margaret Eggers, Jenny Stigney. Second row: Cheryl Ernst, Sue Syburg, Lisa Larratt, Dori Alberts, Bob Jungbluth, Eric Trapp. Third row: Dennis Condon, Eric I-Ialquist, Tom Earle, Elizabeth Engle, jim Berkoltz, Greg Serres. Fotuth row: Bill Ber- gen, jim Winkelman, Jeff Chriske, Mark Condon, Kevin Dieball, Scott Zindl. Fifth row: Kent Mathews, Brian Condon, Mark Mathews, Tim Tolbolt, Ed jungbluth, Dale Winlcelman. F.F.A. motto Learning to Do Doing to Learn Earning to Live Living to Serve The F.F.A. fFuture Farmers of Americaj finances its awards and trips for 1978 by selling oranges and grapefruits at Christmastime . It was formed for the development of agri- culture leadership, co-operation and citizenship, and to create more in- terest in the intelligent choice of ag- ricultural occupations. There were 49 members. The F.F.A. has State and National affiliation. They attend a state con- vention at Green Lake and when they can the national convention at Kansas City. Students in F.F.A. went on field trips to Farm Progress shows, local farms, and various other farm related places. A number of students exhib- ited cattle and crops at both the County and State Fairs. Each year the F.F.A. donates S100 to CARE to help feed the poor hungry. ROD S GUN. Front row: Don Endres, Dale Gillette, George Gerke, Curt Bauer, Phil Swikert, Bill Stadler, Chip Halquist, janet Hopfinger. Second row: Blaine Mohr, Bill Planer, Keith Dieball, Gale Tynefield, Keith Mar- quardt, Don Bush, Scott Surdyk, Mike Morrison, Mr. Bob Hughes. Third row: Mike Oldenburg, Mike Sothman, jim King, Mike Smith, Jeff Deniger, Dean Kroenke, Nick Schroeder, jeff Hehn, Tyler Tynefield. uns smoke under pool Rod and Gun Club expended 25,000 rounds of ammunition in 1978, in order to meet National Rifle Association qualifications in shoo1:ing skills and praciice sports- manship in competition. Mr. Bob Hughes reports that over 120 qualification awards are handed out each year. During their weekly meetings, the club's Intra-club Handicap matches were held. Because of snow days, the club wasn't able to shoot its postal forms to qualify for the Milwaukee Sentinel Sports Show Rifle Championships. SADDLE-ITES. Front row: Wendy Heffinger, Lisa Henes, Joyce Moertl, Mary Rector, Scotti Black. Second row: Mrs. Marge Robeetson, Mary Reddy, Robin Yokes, Becky Kailing. For students interested in working and learning about all types of horses, there is Saddle-ites. Saddle-ites is just this kind of club. Involvement in- cluded going to clinics in Madison, having speakers such as a vet's trainer, showing slides and movies, and horse shows. They went to horse shows in Mil- waukee, Madison, and Janesville. The girls from Saddle-ites put on a bake sale and sponsored one of the dances after the basketball game . ECOLOGY CLUB. Front row: Sadie Braun, Bridget I-Iasslinger, Margaret Eggers, Cheryl Hader. Second row: Martha Chambers, Sue Sorenson, Barb Van Dam, Sally Rego, Karen Stuve, jennifer Stigney. Third row: jonathan Schnieder, Mr. Arthur Swanson, john Gramling. Missing: Carol Gales. Litter loses The Ecology Club was involved in developing an awareness of our envi ronment and active participation in the improvement of our environ- ment. Field trips included those to the Schlitz-Audobon Nature Center, an overnight trip to the Kettle Mo- raine State Forest, and various field work trips. Again this year, the Earth Week Singers traveled to the rade S schools. Also the club members were 5 involved i.n planting trees and flow- I 1 it :ggi " ' J '+is1affafm,f A lk ' - A ' A , M, ., ,. . H, I f, ,il me if .. .gg "1 , n in up if C 2 Float burns in the Autumn Sky Science Club started out with a bang and generated a lot of school spirit this year. The first big project was making a Homecoming float dis- playing none other than a gigantic test tube and bunsen burner. Highlights of the year included a trip to the Schlitz-Audobon Society with the Ecology Club, the annual trip to Chicago's Museum of Science and Industry, the second annual Planatarium visit, Christmas party, two paper drives, and the completion of Arrowhead's new weather station, a project started last year. Science Club concluded its activi- ties in mid-May with a dinnerparty at the president's home . Those who graduated as members of the Science Club in the last few years were invit- ed back for this occasion. SCIENCE CLUB. Front row: Tom Earl, Debbie McDonnell, Mary Engle, Mr. Al Bohachek. Second row: Dave Squires, Cmt Bauer, Mary Gross. Not pictmed: Debbie Squires, David Giesfeldt, Neil Smith, Peter Smith, Mark Schouten , Walter Hitter . WILDERNESS CLUB. Left to right: Greg Enters, Dave Harrison fAdvisorj , Bob Behrend, Marc Stamsta, Blake Ward, Don Lange, Tom Buffone, Dave Erickson, joe Corrao, jeff Jacques, Jedd Willer, Scott johnson, Pat Lob, Clay Kraus, Tom Wargo, Dan McCarty, Tom Mauer, john Kaliska, Gus Gramling, Jim Waples, Dave Stamsta, Ted Banholzer, Wade Greenhagen, Chris Pedersen, Roy Brinkmann, Jim Mathisen, Herb Werner, Bill Planer, Wes Woj- don, Chuck Turpin fAdvisorj , Not Pictured: Ron Stetzenbach, Kurt Zimmerman, jim Allread, Kerry Tym, Brian Howard, Erik Larratt, Bob Daleiden, Mike Kemnitz, Tom Sybmg, Mark Enters, jeff Robinson, jerry I-Iousfeld, Al Winter, Tom Rabby, Ned Dunphy, Dean Kroenke, jim Kramlich, Toni Bong, Steve Senbert, jeff joers, Kitt Kerr, Chuck Norton. uys rough it The Wilderness Club, formerly the Boy's Campers Club, exper- ienced something new this year. They went on a co-ed rafting trip on the Wolf River in the fall of the year. This club, formed to develop an enjoyment and appre- ciation of wilderness living for its members, provided opportumities for them to experience wilderness living. The students learned the how of survival out in the ' 'boon- ies" . Backpacking was a fun activity in the beautiful Kettle Moraine State Forest. An exciting weekend was spent at Devil's Lake State Park, by the boys of the group. In the Winter, they went on various skiing trips . Besides the regular wilderness, outdoor activities, the Wilderness Club sponsored the movie ' 'Mur- y der by Death" and a dance during the school year. Ski Club likes Rib Mountain If you enjoy skiing fun and companionship, chances are you belonged to the Arrowhead Ski Club. The ski club provided a chance for students to ski at low- er, group rates and let the begin- ners learn how to ski. They scheduled weekly ski out- ings from December to February. These were at local ski hills in Oconomowoc, Slinger, and West Bend. The would be highlight of the skiing season is a trip to Indian- head in Northern Michigan. They couldn't take that trip this year, Members of the Ski Club posing at Rib Motmtain, Wausau, Eguifigive an Overnight at Rib The ski club offers instruction and they encourage beginners and non-skiers to join. SKI CLUB. Front row: Heiko Steiner, Tom Norton, Debby Nelson, Leslie Harding, Sadie Braun, Sue Sorenson, Clare Welch, Dorothy Goetsch, Lynn Leitheiser, jackie Meissner, joan Leitheiser, Second row: Linda Williams, Kris Droegkamp, Lisa Schmidt, Lisa Crivello, Kathy Huber, Martha Chambers, Heidi Bills, Polly Shupe, Cindy Gladish, Margie Eberhardy, Joan Leitheiser, Third row: Greg Serres, Pete Naylor, Tracy Todd, jill Bahr, Kelly Hansen, Sue Zauner, Carol Wessels, Meg Leichtfuss, Kim Petura. Fourth row: Mr. Gill, Karen Rachen, Michelle Schmidt, Aaron Erdmann, Art Piper, Doug Porter, john Marcheck, Tim Follensbee, Tom Coleman, Jon Seagraves. Fifth row: Heidi Barany, Margaret Kerpich, Pam Lang, Stacy Ritonia, Syd Sidwell, Lorie Seifert, Lynn Foster, Martha Siepmann, julie Kiltz, Barb Mauer, Jeanne Platner. Sixth row: Emily Behrnt, Michelle Kneisse, Rob Nowak, Kathy l-lanus, jill Cusick, Brett Gladish, Bill Dunke, Erik Larratt, Mike Morrison, Ben Fullerton. Seventh row: Heidi Frisch, Sue Nowicki, Angelica Hansinger, Mike Sothman, Larry johnson, Dan Adams, Matt Weber, Tom Kyle, Greg Siewert. Eighth row: Laura Ritonia, Toni Pinter, Mary Gallagher, Kara Frisch, Caroline Gardner, Al Lehmann. Ninth row: jill Robinson, Dee Dee Dollenchek, Dori Stritzel, jedd Willer, Dave Dollenchek, Brian Lonn, jason Bold. Top: Margaret Eggers, jenny Stigney 1978 PEPBAND, Front row: Scott Chapel, Jeanine Seitz, Mr. Bruce Hertig, Lenice Gepner, Mary Sizer, Barbara Hewitt, Pat Hughlett. Second row: Keith Dieball, David Stamsta, Don Endres, Sue Ahlm, Phil Clauer, Robin Yokes, Ann Huebner, Mary Fortlage, Kathy jesko. Third row: Del Schmidt, Mark Little- jolm. Standing: Blake Ward, Mary Weigel, Noel Becker, Cheryl Booth, Sandy Martin, Ellen Bauer, Amy Trapp, Nancy Hermann, john Sothman, Martin King, Mike Opay, Dean Kroenke, David Troemel, Jeff Follansbee, Nancy Klokow, Karen Martin, jamie Kroenke, Bill Walker, Lee Rademan, Steve Moore, Randy Haas, Mark Jorgensen, Sue Alstad, jeff Gusinda, Meredith Palmer, Chris Davis, Tracy McGinnis, Patti Godsey. Not shown: Dawn Majeski, Tim Follansbee , Kris Moore , Tracy Siewert, James Dechant, Rich Seegert, Mike Sothman, Julie Lord, Katrin Waples, Dawn Goralski, Michelle Palmer, Carl Hayek, jeff Griswald, Peggy Falk, Mary jesko. 1978 Warhawk Marching Band 1978 NORTH JAZZ ENSEMBLE. Front row: Scott Chapel, Phil Clauer, Robin Yokes, Sue Ahlm, Meredith Palmer. Second row: Ellen Bauer, jamie Kramlich, Martin King, Dee Anderson. Third row: Bill Walker, Mary Weigel, Steve Moore, Mr. Bruce Hertig, Blake Ward, john Sothman. Fourth row: Karen Martin, Tracy McGinnis, jeff Gu- sinda, David Stamsta, Mark Littlejohn, David Troemel. Not shovxm: Tracy Siewert. SOUTH JAZZ ENSEMBLE. Front row: jeff Griswold, Debbie Squires, Virginia Hewitt, Mary Fortlage, Beth Mewis, Peggy Falk. Second row: Karen Dibble, Ann Huebner, Ricky Corlett, Richard Seegert, Laurie Leibundgut, joe Kleinwaechter, Kerry Bethke, Tim Follansbee, Kris Moore, Jenny Campbell, Scott Perron. Q Q 1 Rai: :qv W gf , fi A L 2 C' pagfgjifs-'sis-' Q ' I3 ,. '54 '55 an 5 South Varsity Band Clarinets: Kevin Dieball, Dawn Goralski, Sherry Galasha, Karen Spankowski, Pam White, Mike Meigli, Kelly Wirkus, Sue Westphal, Nancy Werner, Denise Kerr, Robin Scheffler, Judy Gusinda, jane Kowalzyk, Nancy Win- kelman. Trumpets: Terry Cornelius, Rick Cummins, Eric Krueger, jason Bold, Jenny Campball, David Fackler, Chris More, Greg Serres, Baritones and tubas: Judy Pouchert, Brian Stark, joe Meisner, jim Allread. Saxophones Phil Zajichek, Glenn Bollmeyer, Ann Preusler, Peggy Falk, Nancy Staus. Flutes: Carol Wesels, Melody Gawtry, Debbi Sobek, Terry Schwulst, Sue Hernke, Rosalie Mm-el, Margaret Fuller, Janet Murphy. Drums: Steve Christo fulli, Max Tremmel, jay Dunning, Michelle Volmer, Kathy Draeger, Kurt Kaun. Missing, Michelle Palmer. ,MA ' -'kk 5 'k'-' f .K...". ,sf'1'I,i. "fQ5iQilT ,"' ""' if ,'Y:', -'f'- K K VVLL ,VrrL..V K K .V,,, .,,: 3 ,,.. "L. if ' A I -,-.,' if ' 1 N""f' 55312 f A ' ' A 'ag f if , R 4 L-' fl mi Am f f l if A":h S -2. if ' 1,, g "xx E- Rf' 3 "' 1: .,,u2i . , ., ei '-' I K ' 5 '," ' , if A 1 South Concert Band Bass: Dale Gillette, jim Dechant. Missing, john Clay, Scott Lange . Horns and tuba: jim Dechant, Anita Fiore, Elisabeth Pfeiffer, Dale Gillette, Jerry Housfeld, Denise Lange. Missing, john Clay, Scott Lange. Saxophones: Karen Rademann, jim Horne, Linda Winkelmann, Cathy Jeffery, Carl Hayek, Debbie Squires, Beth Mewis, Mary Fortlage, Kelly Hanson, Virginia Hewitt, Missing, Sue Zauner. Drums: Lauri Leibundgut, john Hackbart, Richard Seegert, jay Herdt. Trumpets: Mike Southman, Tim Swikert, Tim Fallensbee, Dan Adams, Mark Zenor, Wes Wodjon, Kerry Bethke. Missing, jim Waples. Trombones and baritones: Ricky Corlett, Tom Stapelfeldt, I-Ieiko Steiner, joe Kleinwaechter. Flutes: Tammy Repta, Amy Champion, Dawn Loew, Marianne Peterson, Laura Jones, Dawn Bergum, jaye jackson, Lynn Housfeld, Ellen Brennan, Mary Jesko, Kris Kilgren, julie Lord, Katrin Waples, Jenny Hopfinger. Clarinets: jeff Griswold, Sherry Carr, Fred Kolberg, Jenny Pouchert, Pam DesArmo, Donna Grul- ing, Jill Robinson, Gina Falkner, Dawn Majeskie, Debbie Turley, Shelly Rehn, Kim Pardun, Peggy Falk, Carrie Stae. 1978 SYMPHONIC BAND. Front row: julie Leisten, Meredith Palmer, Ann Huebner, Scott Chapel, Su- sanna Williams, Jeanine Seitz. Second row: David Timmerman, Lenice Gepner, Nancy Hermann, Cheryl Booth, Kathy jesko, jean Matthisen, Mary Sizer, Tammy G1.u'rat.h, Joanne Weimer, Pat Hugh- lett. Third row: Sandy Martin, Nancy Klokow, Jacki Meissner, Barbara Hewitt, Robin Yokes, Sue Ahlm, Phil Clauer, Del Schmidt, Bill Walker, Amy Trapp, Ellen Bauer. Fourth row: Margaret King, Dori Horwatich, Lee Rademan, Keith Dieball, Karen Maritn, Tim Fox, jeff Gusinda, Tracy McGinnis, jeff Follansbee, Mark Littlejohn, David Stamsta, David Troemel, Mike Goralski, Randy Haas, Steve Moore, Blake Ward, Noel Becker, Mary Weigel, john Sothman. Fifth row: Mr. Bruce Hertig, Liz Karbler, Patti Godsey, jamie Kramlich, Dean Kroenke, Mike Opay, Don Endres, Martin King, Sue Al- stad, Mark Jorgensen, Bruce Ronke. Not shown: Tracy Siewert, Tammy Schick, David Mason. ORCHESTRA. Front row: Loretta Tossenberger, Dorothy Goetsch, Julie Leipein, Carol MLu'phy, Bruce Ailey, Steven Pechloff, jeffrey Meissner, Angela Stickels. Second row: Lisa Barry, Lisa Moon, Anne Jatezak, Mr. Charles Bart, Greg Enters, Dee Anderson, Sue Ristow, Bruce Tossenberger. SOUTH CHOIR. Front row: Polly Shupe, Anita Fiore, Margie Eberhardy, Holly Manke, Gina Fall-cner, LaVerne Anderson, Kaye VanBuren, Nancy Janscha, Lynn Paul, Peggy Moore, Second row: john Hornburg, Tom Dauphin, Laura Kazmer, Sue Steen, Katy Tobaissen, Kathy Skoaron, Donna Gruling, Brenda Teuteberg, Karen Stuve, Penny Patterson, Karen Dibble, jane Karbler, Debbie Wiemer, Bruce Carroll, Troy Rehn, Miss Rebecca I-Iinke. Third row: Jane Haulick, Laura Lenske, Mike Reynolds, Rick Keller, John Schneider, John Hackbart, B. Ellis, jim Kloss, Phil Suchocki, Russ Berger, jim Molter, Laurie Carr, Mary Reddy. Not shown: Allison Niles, Lori Koscik, J. Price. WOMEN'S CHOIR. Front row: Shelly Pfeiffer, Tricia Yaeger, Laurie Omamm, 'Theresa Kaiser, Carol Ackley, Diane Scanlon, Pam Wagner, Peggy Dziedzic, Mary jo Dreweck. Second row: Robin Cheskiewicz, Carol Malec, Davsm Majeskie, Michelle Palmer, Bridget Hasslinger, Patty Bobot, Linda johnson, Debbie Wielgus, Corinne Kronschnabl, Laurie Yokosh, Miss Rebecca Hinke. Third row: Diane Kraemer, Bonnie Reimer, Cheryl Bartz, Tammi Call, Beth Vandertie, Debbie Pitsch, Patti jones. NORTH CAMPUS CHOIR. Front row: Anita Fidre , Barbara Van Dam, Terry Erdmann, jean Farley, Jenny Ormson, Carolyn Schmicht, Linn Foster, Brenda Blum, Kristine Kotovic. Second row: Meridith Palmer, Dawn Block, Vicky Cornelius, Mary Gross, Sue Paul, Angie Schuck, Jackie Jones, Sheila Gavahan, Shelley Williams, Thea Beal. Third row: jenny Stigney, Joyce Moertl, Tina Yost, julie Ennis, Steven Dickerson, Michael Bacon, Robert Mesker, james Freuler, Brian Carroll, Lynn Coleman, Barbara Hewitt, Therese Murel. Fourth row: Mr. Charles Bart, Karin Martin, Karen Bailey, Robert Daleiden, john Gramling, John Campbell, Scott Storm, Peter Friend, Tom Seidl, jay Iding, Curt Bauer, Mark Woodard, Debbie Strube, Diane Bierman. 'Q 'ii r fu ""'-.WWW . 1.13. PLAYS ACTS LIGHTING CUES VARIETY I-IEIDI' ' DANCING SINGING BOOGYING DISCO PARTYING HUSTLE COURSAGE BOUTINIER VVILD AND CRAZY GUYS MIMING COMMERCIALS SKITS REI-IERSAL CAST PARTIES ACTIVITIES Zuss and Nickles Sarah J.B. and family , xiii, . Muir X 1 fi nut!" J .B. triumphs Arrowhead students pondered the suffering of man and his relationship to God in Archibald MacLeish's Pulitzer-Prize winning play "J.B. ' ' James Tiplady chose and directed this dramatic parable on the Book of Job. A large cast trans- fered the countless hours of practice into an en- ergetic performance and worthwhile experience . Dave Harrison, who designed the sets, and three others working lights successfully portrayed the intense , almost desolate mood of J.B. through their 120 lighting cues and 50 hours of set-up. J.B. CAST Nickles . . ......... Jim Grothey Zuss . . ,......... Dave Stamsta J.B. ............ . . .Chris Vanden Heuvel Sarah ............. .......... T ina Meyer SUPPORTING ROLES Jay Jaeger .......... .,.. T racy Siewert Wade Greenhagen . . .,.. Laura Lenske Alan Lenz ..... Blake Ward .... . . .... Peter Friend Kris Moore .... Betsy Bassett . . . Heidi Schmidt Bonnie Riemer Kris Jensen . . . . . ....... Jim Freuler . ...., Gus Gramling .. . .Kerry Tym . . . . .Laura Giese . . .......... ..... J ean Kyle . . ................. ...,. B eth Rabby Sue Steen DIRECTOR ........ ............. .... J a mes Tiplady STAGE MANAGER . . ......,.,. ..... D enise Lange SET DESIGN ........ .... D ave Harrison LIGHT ING! SOUND . . ..... Jean Farley Shel Williams Bob Dalieden COSTUIVIESXMAKE-UP . . ......,, Noel Becker Jean Farley Mary Ziegelbauer Dorothy Goetsch Mrs . J. Rabby Vicki Wallschlager STAGE CREW! SET CONSTRUCTION Jim Dawson Peter Friend Wade Greenhagen ' Jay Jaeger Denise Lange Alan Lenz Shel Williams Carpentry class Under Guidence of Mr. Jim Nelson Footlights - fantasy Students and faculty collaborated under the direction of intern jim Dawson and presented a highly enter- taining variety show. The Arrowhead Mime Company wrote and performed several skits. Musical numbers were presented by the jazz Band and the members of the South Campus Choirs. We heard the song "Mame" and saw teachers jim Dawson and Frank Balistreri as ' 'Two wild and crazy guys. ' ' Students provided their own commercials between acts. There were several ballet and dance routines performed by the Arrowhead dance Troupe. The Routines, coreo- graphed by Mrs. Giese, had "The Circus", "The Wiz", and "I Am Woman" as themes. Other skits in- cluded a scene from Shakespeare's ' 'A Midsummer Night's Dream' ' and the Mime company's "At the Mov- ies." Everyone enjoyed it. -., Above: Mime Company members perform "The Lzvmg Tree " Top Left: Lighting crew follows cues Top Right: Circus lion form the dance troupe's "C1rc I Q 4 if Y Turnabout is a hit For over a month, distraught girls eagerly awaited Turnabout. The March 4 dance was changed to April 22 because of various sports activities scheduled the former date . Turna- bout, the girl-ask-buy occasion, was finally held from 8:00 to 11:30 on that Satuxday night at North Campus . The band, Travesty, provided music in the spring decorated commons. VARSITY SWEATS JOCKS SocKS CLEATS SMELLY EEATS CONFERENCE CHAMPS PRACTICE MEETS SPRAINS PAINS SWEEPS EQMES GOALS Dlcs CHEERS PEP Pom Poms SP1KEs REBOUNDS SWISHES SPEEDO SUITS PIKES KIPS PUTTS DRIVES WINS MUNCHES RELAYS HEATS FALSE STARTS PHOTO FINISH LoES RAQUETS TOP SPIN LOSSES SPORTS Q VARSITY FOOTBALL. Front row: Steve Styza, Jay Yde, jeff Biersack, Terry Moon, jeff DeMeuse, Keith Mar- quaxdt, John Grueling, Mike Snyder, Phil John, Chris Vanden Heuvel. Second row: Blaine Moore, Mike Goralski, John Dewey, Mike Becker, Dave Vandertie, Dale Muehl, Dan Walsh, Mike Zizzo, jeff Gusinda, Randy Haass, Dan Bacon. Third row: Coach Bill Megna, Phil Ridley, Russ Ulferts, Bob I-Iackbart, Mark Ferris, Paul Kraft, Mark Miller, john Herrick, jay Iding, Tom Pipp, Chuck jungbluth. Fourth row: Coach jim Martin, Rob Bickle, Lee Ra- deman, Lon Bahr, john Haesler, Tom Kinley, Eric Trapp, Mike Manke, Tim Kinley, Dave Nicholas, Coach Larry Reinhold. Back row: Nick Christifulli, Todd Matteson, Dennis Fincher, Mike Bacon, Marty King, Dave Engle, Ken Horne, Lance Roberts, Tim Wolf, Dan Gutschenritter. :rig 4l?!:vgf iifsszsiiffwrzf. ifmffff We 14,555-L .5 s:,m,3,gfg555 ,sf 339,25 55 yggysgxfl fm .s H -ma., ,gg r:s:f:wf:ws,f5,-s- ,gms s'sff3e:f..:::?'+sf:a win W??5m:Ji5hawaii:-Aw-ls., frHf3LW5f:"azJ9UM.s WMS gm. .5553 flsgeggw fe efrfisgfr L , 'asmfifz:5?SSif2:.:-wifi:?fi:::e-fir? .,-iiflfr 111'L517:55ewifiiiizzghiisfwi?:'z'wYf':U52:,:z:G5:EfJt:::iv.,xiQ2.if::5i5f:::.6 , ,g,3,,..s:ez:sm.,g55s 5 .si Season slips through aWk's fingers An otherwise dismal 1977 football season was brightened by a 13 to 8 homecoming victory over Kewas- kum. While lightning shattered the warm autumn sky, the Indians failed to crack the Warhawk defense in the second half. Finishing with a 2-5 conference record and a 3-6 overall, the Var- sity lost 5 games by one touchdown or less. Coach Larry Reinhold cited several key injuries and lack of size and experience as difficulties which were never quite overcome. He ex- pects to bounce back next year, however, with a good returning nu- cleus of jlmiors and strong potential from the Sophomore squad. The Sophomores posted a 7-2 overall record in 1977. They shared success with the Freshmen squads, whose combined record was 7-4. fLeftj-Coach, may I go to the bathroom? QBelowj - Daddy never said it would be like this. SOPHOMORE FOOTBALL. Front row: Craig Kottke , Bill Dulmke, jim Mueller, Jim Lund, Kerry Bethke , Roger Mullins, Bob Nowak, Ron Stortz, Russ Berger, John Clay, Dan LeMonds, jim Krmarich, Steve Gross, Second row: Rob Vodnik, Charles Cull, I-leiko Steiner, john Hermann, Wes Wojdon, john Kaiser, Mike McMillian, Jim Herr- mann, Greg joers, Todd Yde, Todd Pipp, Doug Porter. Third row: Coach Greg Smith, Ed john, Mark Miller, Craig Messner, Paul Vanden Heuvel, Scott Olson, Bob Kunz, Tom Fredrickson, Dan Adams, Erich Uebelsohn, Mike Manchester, Jim Home , Sean Welch, Charles Herrick, Jay Freck, Coach Tim O'Driscoll. FRESHMEN FOOTBALL, "A" TEAM. Front row: David Kraft, Phil Suikert, Paul Moran, Max Tremmel, jeff Stemper, Bob Zizzo, Mark Zenor, Doug Konruff, Bob Sordyk. Second row: Coach Mike Breaker, Nick Anderson fMgr.j, jim Kloss, Rob Osterman, Phil Suhockie, Steve Fenno, K.C. Matthews, John Hackbart, jim Price, Coach Dennis Birr. vi 3' B at 5 - FRESHM'E'N FOOTBALL, "B" TEAM. Front row: Carl Vanden Heuvel, Scot Hubenks, Charlie Kotovic, Tim Hol- ten, Troy Rehn, Matt Weber, Mike Morrison, Chip I-Ialquist, john I-Iomburg. Second row: Tony Rynders, Jeff Bierman, Randy Rickardt, Pete Daleiden, Jim Molter, Mike Herrick, Steve Chrislifulli, Steve Ahles, Dave Fackler, Rick Keller. Third row: Coach Mike Breaker, Brian Blum, Mike Goff, Terry Cornielius, Mark Myrhum, Ben Fullerton, jeff Young, Scot Behrendt, Ray Bormann, joe LeRoy, Coach Dennis Birr. VARSITY FOOTBALL CHEERLEADERS. Bottom: Shei- la Gavahan, Tracy Murel, Liz Karbler. Middle: Mindy Hake. Top: Krista Kotovic. Missing: Debbie Gehring. SOPI-IOMORE. Bottom to Top: Kristi Lane, Carolyn Ische, Candy Murel., Lisa Schmidt. FRESHNIAN. Front: Rosalie Murel, Laurie Schoeben. Back: Shelly Moon, Laurie Leibundgut. Rain can't dampen cheerleader enthusiasm The 1977 Varsity cheerleaders were soaking on the sidelines while the team was socking on the field. During the Germantown and Pewaukee games, they were drenched with rain. They kept dry during the last week of july when they attended a WCC cheerleading camp at Stevens Point. There they got great ideas for exciting skits like the one all the cheerleading squads did at the homecoming pep assembly. The 1977 Jmiior Varsity cheerleaders kept their team going and cheered them to seven victories . They lofted Warhawk spirit high at away games with signs and supplied their team with food on the bus after their exciting victories. VARSITY SOCCER. Front row: Don Endres, Scott Reep, Greg Davis, Greg Enters, Bill Walker, Chris Pederson, Mark Stultz. Second row: Coach Clarence Smith, Rick Kneusel, john Campbell, Dee Anderson, Neil Smith, Peter Friend, Alan Lenz, Mike Smith. Third row: Lars Willer, Vic Schultz, Larry Pfeil, Dick Moran, Dave Johnston, Dennis Gilette, Polo Mendoza, Doug Brown, Dave Mason, Scott Nelson. 'ffsgjfiigGiizmivi9,154ZfililfgQ?,::g5?7?5fi5Vi:'Qjif33j"57S:2siigzaglldlilijfwfr 'Zi . ,mswgiw-:,vQr:..,s.sL....::f:5:s'?':fS"' St. K. S- Soccer suffers in '77 Co-Captain Mike Smith's team- Outstanding in defeat for Coach leading total of 19 goals was enough Clarence Smith were Smith, Co- to earn him the Most Valuable Captain Doug Brown, Larry Pfeil, Player award for Varsity Soccer. It Dave Johnston and Dick Moran, who was not, however, sufficient to res- was moved up to Varsity in mid cue the Wax-hawks from a disap- season. pointing season. Losing four games The junior Varsity, coached by by a single goal each, the War- Mr. Gaza Beringer, tied for first in hawks struggled to a 2-8-2 record. the conference with a 7-2 record. fTopj-Now, Larry, THAT is a soccer ball, you kick g it. fBottomj -Hey' Has anyone told Polo about Scope yet? QRightj - Greg foils them again l J.V. SOCCER. Front row: Buddy Zinn, Eric Lan-att, jay Groth, Bryan Fraser, Chris Droegkamp, Tom Kyle, Chris Smitlm, Tom Norton, Chip Carlson, Pat Lob. Second row: jim King, Dan McCarty, Scott Periun, Kevin Dieball, Tim Fredrickson, Rick King, john Scott, Tom Kohlman, Mike Huber, Tyler Tynefield, Greg LeMense. BOYS CROSS COUNTRY. Front row: Alan Winter, Rick Beringer, Mark Luetschwager., Tony I-Iilger, Bill Planer, Scott Rehn, jon Bergersen. Second row: Mike Walsh, John Kaliska, Jim Szatkowski, Brian Keller, Walter I-litter, Dean Kroenl-ce, james Kramlich, Mike Guns, Tom Dauphin, Mr. Burt Blom. Boys Cross f COU.I1tI' s a 5 , Rick Beringer eamed Most W , Valuable Player honors and was named to the all-conference team as Arrowhead had a re- spectable cross - country season in 1978. Beringer, and captain Tony I-Iilger, led the team to a second place finish in the con- ference meet and a third in the final conference standings. Arrowhead also did well out- side t.he conferencesg placing third in both the New Berlin and Kettle Moraine Invitationals, foLu'th in the Regionals and fifth in the Waukesha County Meet. At the Sectionals, Beringer placed sixth among individ- uals. 64 y Q: 1' gases. gills Wai? ts ...r Q. we 5. F u S gk a if , 32 r 1 1 i S 3 , ss 1 . C V' 35.1. ,. y .E B S Lkl :Zi 'V 1- I , 5, Jff:1:,lgffg ' E 1:2 ., ' i t xk.. Q 1 . 1 U25 4: f . . A.: ,J 32 ' ,... .- QQ . -'W . . .N ,,,.. J i" . iw i W 'V SE iff: 's'-- yi jiiiiff'f.:'fwey:. --fiiirff f .sesggi f f ' xnxx, .nil N Eliza S Stephanie Nollge, jean Platner, and Chris Devine lead the pack. Girls take sectional The girl's cross country team saved its best effort for the end of the year in 1978, taking the Sectional title and placing tenth in the State Meet. This is not to say that they had done poorly until that time. On the con- trary, the girls were undefeated in conference dual meets, and placed second in three other post season meets. Coach Perkins smiles a wily smile when asked about next year. For, al- though he is losing seniors Chris De- vine and MVP Patti Godsey, his team may be very tough. 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M. yifxjier 'f 2 :slrN.2w:ffs1.vzwV1w1f 1 wi? .'rffMaf rv Emma-1?JHkvgfffx2 Qilwergegvifzgfi :aka :QEVQVAQJX 3' 5423 612142: Zn' 2145 iafff F Rif2Jii'.?'fX'Zf WPFQXSPQ if JQih2e:Qm2h5.3Q ,M .mm A an-.,fw:s.m'f 4 Xu me-vm :sa ,wfawfsfs aivawkwsirfaivfrwu4L.zaf.M?aa1f GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY. Front row: Judy Gusinda, Gerilyn Stuettgen, jill Winter, jenny Cambell, Diana Devine, Stephanie Nodge . Second row: Coach Bob Perkins, Chris Devine, Patti Godsey, Sue Bong, jean Platner, Kay Thurnbauer. 65 VARSITY TENNIS. Front row: Missy Morris, Kathy Huber, Lisa Larratt., Claudia Millot, Lisa Crivello Second row: Polly Shupe, Wendy Heffinger, Coach Jean Neuser, Jeni Spence, Connie Millot, Chris Davis Girls ace 5th straight title Senior Missy Morris and team cap- tain Chris Davis won their fourth in- dividual titles as the Warhawks con- tinued their command of the Scenic Moraine Conference . Morris went on to place fifth in the High School Girls' State Tennis Tournament. Winning their fifth straight confer- ence title, the team also placed third in the W'IAA sub-sectionals, fifth in the WIAA sectionals and tenth in the WIAA state meet. The J.V. -team took first in the Scenic Moraine Dual season. The future of Arrowhead's domi- nance in girls' tennis appears prom- ising despite the loss of five out- standing seniors. Coach Jean Neuser says, ' 'l feel that with our five returning lettermen and this year's junior Varsity we ought to have a solid team next year. ' ' swf ry52551QQ,was'-2'fHx.'f:Ya5bwHm:2Qii:' We -fizitirizsars-nw: r K K K D ' 'M ':s,'wwzg1g::':.eww ,..,.wvew:2Mffi' .M .3532 ham . Msg: ,xtfziiimg SK., reas sess.. V -'f'ssr.wY 'ifnsss wr wig: .::S':M1Q3-H' he xiiiwiffilfmw X SEN? ggSifgiilfiiijfkegiiffiiews gs N-iq 7 -fwwikiiii ZJ'2! 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Third Row: Laura Giese, Judy Jeffery, Tanya Ulferts, Debbie Wolf, Bridget McLoone, Mary Myrhum, Coach Pat Baudek. Back Row: Julie Graunke, Mary Weigel, Karin Krygsman, Stephanie Gilman, Jean Matthiesen, Dorothy Goetsch. Nine records smashed With a record of five wins, three losses and one tie, the girls swim team lead their best year ever. Out of eleven events, nine school records were roken. Co-Captains Cheryl I-Iader, Jean Mattheisen and Terry Erdmann led the team in 1978, along with diver Jane l.eMense , who was the team's only qualifier for the state meet. Perhaps the most dramatic event of the season was the Varsity's one point loss at the Grafton Invitational. The Junior Varsity suffered no such heart- break, however, and won the JV conference championship. At the WIAA Sectional Meet, Most Valuable Swimmer Cheryl Hader, and the rest of Coach Pat Baudek's squad took fifth place out of eleven schools. Top: Jane Pikes at the peak of her dive Bottom: How many more laps? Left: Karin cooly eyes up the competition. GIRLS GOLF. Mr. Loyd Smith, Lynn Foster, Lori Wieschel, Margie McCarty, Karen Boland, Mary Rector, Not Pictured Nancy Herrmann. Girls Golf Team small but tough Considering the small turnout for the 1978 squad, Girl's Golf had a good year. The team finished third in both the conference season and the con- ference meet. Captain Lynn Foster placed third in the conference meet while MVP Nancy Herrmann took fourth. The loss of Herrmann and Lori Weischel to graduation would be difficult to overcome in any situation, but it is more significant this year due to the size of the team. Coach Loyd Smith is confident that Girl's Golf could continue to be successful if only more girls would come out for the team. m:HMaff?fw UMU.fgqfrMVw,rsm hyf2fmfw..wgx2K Mg ww Vwgyf 1 -JMQM. mmf f grgqwmww' 9 f.y,MAMgfw -w.1.VW,wM5gM MVA., XMWIW .wav wi wmf. M : Mr? MMM M M . 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V -M M MM,wVsiM,2 FM My A Z ,, , fl, V M'leS.,LLMr2aW x xr g M vm-2,hgYfg.QrgMV'ffqaApM 2.39, 2 XiwwMf,wf rMgXMiw'MMMf.M fM':M: Mw.4,wZGLih1'F25PrMKffaf:'fbM2fs,'Ms -M + Q "2 '12iMw3fMieh or 4 M It A 69 l 2 1 E 3 . iw VARSITY VOLLEYBALL. Front row: Patti lnhoff, Sue Heth, Sharon Stemper, JoAnn Kudriko, Carolyn Schmidt. Second row: Susanna Williams, Julie Bakiewicz, Beth Balmer, Margie Laatsch. Third row: Coach JoAnne Eggen- berger, Jane Hassemer, Lisa Moon, Terry Spade, Robin I-lenschel, Amy Trapp. Volleyball gals Win regional Arrowhead ' s Varsity Volleyball Team had three girls chosen as all conference players in 1977. Senior Patti Inhoff and Sophomore Lisa Moon were picked for the first team, and Robin Henschelg also a Sophomore made the second team. The Warhawks placed second in the Scenic Moraine Conference losing only to Pewaulcee . They came out of regionals with a 6-O record, which allowed them to move on to the sec- tionals . According to Coach JoAnne Eggen- berger, ' 'Next year should be very successful, as we are only losing two of our starters and we have a strong experienced team ahead of us. ' ' Captain jane Hassemer eyes up a topspin smash. j.V. VOLLEYBALL. Front row: jill Bahr, Abby Abblett, Carol Murphy, Linda Seidl, jenny Oldenbmg. Second row: Bonnie Reimer, Linda Winkelman, Debbie Endres, Mamita Weber, Mary Malec, Donna Gruling. Third row: Coach Cindy Chmiel, Shelly Martin, Pam Tanger, Sandy Peterson, Karen Rademarm. FRESI-llvfE.N. Front row: julie Winegarden, Margie Eberhardy, Margie Bush, jennifer Markus, Holly Manke. Second row: Diana Myers, Holly Audley, julie Winkowski, Katie King, Karen Kosidowski, Vicki McNulty. Third row: Coach Larry Desotell, Sue Westphal, Diane K1-aemer, Mary jungbluth, Pam Wagner, jill Winkowski. BOYS VARSITY BASKETBALL. Front row: Pat Opay, Larry Pfeil, Pat Pomeranz, Larry Kraemer, Kurt Yaeger, Dave Vandertie, jim Barwick. Second row: Coach Greg Smith, Lee Rademan, Dave Nicholas, John Kaiser, jerry Reimer, Jeff Biersach, Dave Lutkus, Coach Dennis Birr. row to take the conference cham- pionship. After putting themselves in jeopardy with a loss to Germantown, the Warhawks regrouped to convinc- ingly thrash Kettle Moraine and Grafton. This set the stage for a dra- matic, come from behind victory over Mayville in the season finale to clinch the title . Coach Greg Smith's small but ag- gressive team was led by seniors Pat Pomeranz, Larry Kraemer, Larry Pfeil, and Kurt Yaeger. if Q-sf+ S55 E' E- s 5 5 55 E' 3- L'1.nE-m- m an 3 30 O Eiga ,., 3 gig Q-F Q3 4 55 52- Q -4 3 Q Q3 Q 3 ,T B' H 559 Cf. O' Us V. 5.3, ,.+ n-A r-1 - 5- if yi CD f-F su 5 CD T R4 J Yaeger gets set to gun another one 1978 Bucket Champions CLOCKWISE FROM ABOVE Don't loose it, Bubba! Ea.t'em up Spader! Kraemer driving for 2 ! No, it's mine! 2 concerned coaches and ? Sophomores rout conference Sophomore basketball was almost too good at Arrowhead in 1978. The team was so dominant in the Scenic Moraine conference that, for most games, the fans were rooting for the point spread rather than the score . Coach jim Schaefer's Warhawks were Lmdefeated and rarely worried. De- spite the loss of John Kaiser to the Varsity in mid-season, a combina- tion of a su-ong, aggressive inside game and slick ball handling added up to the most successful sophomore season in Arrowhead history. RIGHT : Did somebody say drive ? ? ? 1 Okay! LOWER RIGHT: I.eMonds lays it in. r SOPHOMORE BASKETBALL. Front row: Mike Manchester, Mark Miller, Brian Kaiser, Scott Olson, Dick Moran. Second row: Dan LeMonds, Tim Fredman, Greg Joers, jim Herrmann, Jay Freck, Wes Wojdon, Coach jim Schaefer. Not Pictured: Erich Uebersohn, john Kaiser, BOYS FRESHMAN BASKETBALL. Front row: Paul Moran, David Kraft, Brian Blum, Mike Herrick, Mark Myrhum. Second row: Mark Zenor, Jeff Stemper, Max Tremmel, Doug Konruff, Mike Christopherson, Rob Osterman. Third row: john Hansen, jeff Morse, Phil Suchocki, Tim Koerten, John Hackbart, Coach Lloyd Smith. FRESHMAN BASKETBALL CHEERLEADERS. Left to right: Mary DeMeuse, Lynn Housfeld, Shelly Moon. Missing: Laurie Leibundgut. . 1 x asns 5 B1 GIRLS VARSITY BASKETBALL. Front row: Chris Smith, Linda Aumann, Mary Weigel, Stephanie Gilman, Lisa Larratt, Patti Godsey. Second row: Coach Pete Von Allmen, Susanna William, Jane Hassemer, Julie Kiltz, Terri Spade, Lisa Moon, Robin Henschel, Coach Larry Desotell. 311135 CS . . Q, W - '- K of wtiygaijilsni l l VQWQEZ W ""' S Arrowhead wreaked total havoc and destruction upon the Scenic Moraine Conference in girls basketball in 1978. While compiling an awesome .5 F., 'f, if5. n E ii ,. : . . -sn ' -,. , Q, .N . ---- -1- Jn 'iff-ngfft 35 an twenty game winning streak, Coach ,E Pete Von Allmen's girls earned Con- ference and Regional Champion- . . 1wf'?ff5,,, 5, ns: 1- - - M ' l n ez Q iii? EQMQ, L , ,- Wy ships. Only a heartbreaking, last- . . . . :Wg Mg Q 6 ' -. n e g sgszfrgg saggy? 53.- M 3533 minute loss to Milwaukee Riverside in the sectionals stood between the . . iiwmw ' A Wan :nnNn,.Xn'Q,gw ' 5 mag Warhawks and a possible trip to the State Tournament. . . . . ewwwaiz, 4 wa 'I v ' - A F 24 slimy 5' A was will Senior Stephie Gilman provided ' - fit? no m akes TEWVVQSWZZ experience and leadership to an oth- erwise young squad. Four starters, Gilman, Lisa Moon, Terri Spade, F. and Linda Aumamz, earned all-con- . . Ls W g 13 Q3 ' g-iwzadnnaniizfi, ft R ference honors, wlule Robin Hens- . gQ5g3S,fgyMW,ngig4iV:ftf, wg. 1 gi :.l-:- Qgsgbnijkn g1'::g2ngQs'g2 chel was honorable mention. V Msn? W nf n .310 , ,wnwwg 5 szmzzzwp wsisinsnfn nina, E - niinzfx ini ak fig? ,iwvsiww uznssfi w 'witifrm RIGHT: Don't Worry Robin, she's got the hot hand. F' 'G a t in dcn ' ' ' i t ' GIRLS j.V. BASKETBALL. Front row: Kay Thumbauer, Mary Jungbluth, Carol Murphy, Sue Davy, Karen Rade- man, Sara Alberts. Second row: Sadie Braun, Marita Weber, jenny Oldenburg, Liz Engle, Sandy Peterson, Coach jay Grieger. GIRLS FRESHMAN BASKETBALL. Front row: Linda Seidl, jana I-Iiemke, Judy Gusinda. Second row: jill Winkowski, Mary Gallagher, Angie Peterson, Diane Scanlon, julie Winkowski. Third row: Mary Nowicki, Patti Moore, Katie King, Sue Westphal, jenny Campbell, Coach Steve Kostka. Interesting, isn't it Sara? n mn! VARSITY CHEERLEADERS. Bottom to Top: Carol SOPHOMORE CHEERLEADERS. Bottom to Top: Laurie Schultz, Sue Leidtke, Liz Karbler, Terry Moran, Connie Koscik, Candy Murel, Abby Abblet, Lisa Schmidt. Millot , Debbie Gehring . me eaoufw s .55 HE XS AVN! SYD YN 1-MS UF? RK, fi:-.if '. si POM POM GIRLS. Front Row: Carol Wessels, Michelle Nold, Jacque jones, Robin Chekiewicz, Second Row: Karin Ratschan, Corinne Kroschnabl, Pam DesArmo, Thea Beal, Rose Stapleton. Ford, Tina Yost, Debbie Kowalski, Karen Stuve. Fourth Row: Amy Champion, Renee Vodnik, Tammy Gurrath. X U ' Lynn Koelpin. Thild Row: Debby Cindy Sinclair, CLOCKWISE WFROM LEFT: GIRL'S BASKETBALL CHEERLEADERS . Bottom to top: Pam Wagner, jill Bahr, Debbie Sobek, Janet Murphy. Oops! WRESTLING CHEERLEADERS. Bottom to top: jane Keskimaki, Carol Morretti, Theresa Klokow, Annette Kolberg. BOYS SWINEMING. Front Row: Mark Thomas, Doug Brown, Bob Daleiden, Rick Kneusel, jim Matthisen, Bob Beh- rend, jeff joers, Steve Schoenauer, Norm Brumm. Second Row: Bob Dwyer, Chris Brumm, Craig Kottke, Randy Richert, Russ Ulferts, Randy Wirth, Mike Goralski, Steve Bolling, Brett Gladish. Third Row: Coach Clark Tingle, Heiko Steiner, Tom Stapelfeldt, Aaron Erdmenn, Ron Krygsman, Peter Daleiden, Mike Euch, Rick Cummins, Tom Trapp, Coach Pat Baudek. Fourth Row: Greg LeMense, Tim Holton, Jeff Reckin, Dave Fackler, Dave Balmer, Rick Keller, Knut Zimmerman, Jeff Meissner, Brad Wirth, Tony Diaz. t . ,.,, Pool records smashed , ,ms f --41, A W ,VM ss Q S is S www? W 'M M A ss-WW sf Mess s, U , was W., Wyse WMV W, me 5 veg PEW if fi ' f GK W T N 9 4 magma, is em?-4m 5 Q9 as-ws, ' A sssssse,zssizafsaswasxfascwssggzesqrgssssfsgas ,ass ,, f ss' 1 .ed 1- ,A K msZisreesyssgvssiixzagwewfamaisZliwzgwsgsfsezsfss is gem Wqsss. 5 wssggwwsf ,fs 6 wiismasWegmvwssessssgeexgezessassszsssg,ggggcgebxmqsgmwsigsk fssswxgsfisfssfrsiv4sssss:s::sss:s:seg4 W ss5233533efiifisivsbfsfrizswefswesissgsaasggwsgsff V, W , U W: -2 - f 2wSg2W 'iM M ' if Wifmr w' .sis K 4. A 4 ,iv r. ,Bw U t ElgsvagggrqeetsggfifmggrefggyiifggsgifgNgajisisggsiigjqwzggsxsgjssgiviisiwsbx' M ' 35,-sew?gggfttfisiggzgiiiiis 'M' r. 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'se fs .eil -f r wsfgwtfasew . s. s gsgfsfw , Magma sr MM, W W V ,Q WZWM W 4s-we Sssssggt eww? ss Qs asses W Q4 as s H Q Sl? ' ' M4-if 5 mwwvsf'sgsabggsmf4was ,asses gsm, as :sas Q sgrswrf gms W si 1: s , P 4 A ,5?5Y34g,g,,gms2Ys:y:gnv,gm,sew wffbass V ,ye if ssisf' is-, ' w s, his fs , We f if gf f U 'A Kisszazfwe gsssfsssi5'tsff:r:,.,s,gsw5wS?5' 'SJ , wp 'J ffvzegges 'f'W25m'f,i4:fes:"m-fkisezfhh 'A ' S .ggwiifwft 'Q' fii'2?'i i is ,msn W, H376 4 an sf 2 ,sw , F , 24 .D Q44 V , Team spirit was up and so were the times for the boys' swim team in 1978. During the season all but three of the Arrowhead pool and school records were broken. Coach Clark Tingle's finmen finished the year with a record of five wins, and five losses, and one tie, and took first place at the conference invitational meet. Considering the large number of South Campus Athletes who swam varsity this year, Arrowhead may be even tougher in the pool in the future . Schoenauer strokes down the stretch ,, ., N355 W Top to Bottom: Ooh, these trunks are tight! l think the guy on the end missed the pool. 1t's the Loch Ness Behrend! LLB VARSITY WRESTLING. Front row: Ron Stultz, Kelly Meer, Jim Kramlich, Todd Yde, Bill Walker, Tom Wargo. Second row: Coach Andy Marks, John Campbell, Jeff DeMeuse, Bob Hackbart, Greg Kraemer, jay Yde, Mark Stultz . o f eeee is 1' 'r e ef el ee l 7 24 qown , Iiewaslgum , . .,,V . .W U t at .Ag Gm--W we W. yr,,w..vf.rx , M rifsziffiifbk Hacky Wins state The Arrowhead wrestling team ended the 1977-78 season with a 5-4-1 record and a 4-2-1 con- ference record, The Warhawks finished strong by winning their last duel meets and finishing sec- ond in the conference torunament The climax of the season came when Bob Hackbart, the Lmdefeat- ed Warhawk 167 pounder, ad- vanced through the regional and sectional tournaments into the state tournament at Madison. Bob went on to win his next four matches at state and became Bob Hackbart watching a match. ,, , . .M , . ,NX WW ., . W.. ,V r .Wf-.vm Arrowhead's first state champion. T , 5 J.V. WRESTLING. Front row: Don Bush, joe Maly, Dan Schwulst, john Krueger, Russ Berger. Second row: Don Fagan, Mark Enters, Bill Hitchcock, Kerry Bethke , Bob Jungbluth. Third row: Fred Horne, Tom Bastin, jim Horne, Mike Snyder, Paul Vanden Heuvel, Craig Messner, Coach Mike Breaker. rf, 1 x FRESHMAN WRESTLING. Front row: Carl Vanden Heuvel, Tom'l-Ienkel, John Hornburg, Troy Rehn, Matt Weber, jim Molter. Second row: Steve Christifulli, john Kaliska, joel Schwartz, jim Kloss, Terry Cornelius, jeff Bierman, Coach Al Bohachek. GIRLS VARSITY GYMNASTICS. Front Row: Ms. Maureen Rice, jenny Babinek, Laurie Schoeben, Lori Eschen- berg, Laura jones, Mary Sowold, jean Richardson, Rosalie Murel, Kelly Hansen, Mr. Bill Megna. Second Row: Lori Matula, Kim Pardun, Martha Chambers, Wendy Brummer, Jane I.eMense. Right: Ouch! I've got a cramp in my foot. Below: Stop the Music! JV GIRLS GYTVLNASTICS. Front: Coach Ellie Cicenas. First Row: Denice Lang, Dawn Goralski, Gerilyn Stuettgen. Second Row: Mary Gillingham, Nancy Lutkus, Sherry Galusha, Rosalie Murel, Michelle Palmer. Third Row: Cindy Gladish, Christine Kotovic, Ann Bailey, Margaret Leichduss, Kathy Huber. Girls look to future Despite the fact that half the team spent their spare time getting put back together in hospital emergency rooms and doctors' offices, the girls' gynmnastic team was the best that Arrowhead ever had, according to Coach Maureen Rice . Freak injuries to all-around Wendy Brummer, Mary Sowold, Laura jones and Kelly Han- sen, along with the usual strains and pains, kept the varsity from full strength for much of the season. The team should be tough in the future , however, with thirteen letter winners, including MVP jane Le- Mense, returning. Only senior cap- tain Laurie Matula will be lost to graduation. Top Left: Oh, my aching head! Above: Don't needle me . A young, inexperienced but talent- ed boys' gymnastics team achieved the best season in recent Arrowhead history in 1978. Led by junior captain Mike Eschenberg, the gymnastic bet- tered the . 500 mark for the first time in the tough Milwaukee Area Confer- ence . Despite a lack of experience, the team flirted with the Arrowhead sin- gle-meet record several times, at one time missing it by a few hun- dreths of a point. The record should be smashed next year as the eniire varsity returns for Coach Chuck Nie- sen. Further promise for the future was shown by Coach Frank Balistn-eri's ju- nior Varsity which placed third in the IV conference meet while accumu- lating nine ribbons. Peter Smith was IV conference champion on the pommel horse in 1978. Left: What the "L" Freddie. Above: Has anybody seen the floor? 5 ' A . W-. -:I I ,af Mm -., ga , k - ,sg . A nidnn ' 1 7 f . , 'i?.f:'2 .N -.Sf ,.,. lf- 711 1, lv f:ef-fy? new 1- 5 , ' , A- ., -. " i 'llu' ' F A ' ':"i " . ' - 'ff' H , , .t 1 'Q ffgtr. N ' A - , , F lsls it s i " i YA ' ' A ' , 1 Q f f f F F .f BOYS' GYMNASTICS. Front Row: Mike Eschenberg, Torry Bergersen, Peter Smith, jon Bergersen, Tom Blanton, John Burke . Back Row: Coach Frank Balistreri, Scott Diaz, Dave Johnston, Jeff Winkoski, Brian Duemling, Fred Kohlberg, Joe Kleinwaechter, Coach Chuck Niesen. Clockwise From Above: Duemling gets on his high horse Diaz cranks out a giant. Who needs monkey bars? Eschenberg poses for a trophy! BOYS VARSITY TRACK. Front Row: Coach Bob Perkins, Dave Lutkus, Scott Rehn, Dave Guerra, Greg Enters, Dean Kroenke, Lance Roberts, Bill Duhnke, Paul Vandenheuvel. Second Row: Pat Pomeranz, Mark Miller, Rick Beringer, Mark Leutschwager, Steve Styza, Gus Gramling, Jim Herrmann, Dave Nicholas, jeff Winkoski, Coach Burt Blom. New school records Two Mile- Beringer, 9:48 880 Relay - Miller, Engel, Pomeranz and Lutkus, 1:32.8 Distance Medley Relay - Kroenke, Leutschwager , Rehn , Beringer , 24: 17 fNew conference recordj Left: Roberts explodes. Above: Yde flies. rrowhead gets ink The boys track team began the 1978 season in the headlines of the Milwaukee journal Sports Page . After an impressive victory in the conference indoors, the Journal predicted that Arrowhead would be a force to be reckoned with in the Scenic Moraine and the state . The season was not all fanfares, however. ln the conference re- lays, a disqualificadon caused Arrowhead to finish in a tie with Germantovxm. After taking the New Berlin Viking Invitational, the team ran into high winds at the conference outdoor and fin- ished second to Grafton. The 1978 season saw four school records broken. That and the rare coverage from the journal mark it as a memorable year. Left: Winkoski soars skyward. BOYS IV TRACK Front Row Tom Henkel, Wes Wojdon, Keith Marquardt, Alan Lenz, Carl Vandenl-Ieuvel, Troy Rehn, Steve Cull, Coach Chuck Turpin Second Row Walter I-litter, Nathan Hansen, jim Horne, Ron Krygsman, Ken Loew, Brian Keller, john Price, Rick Cumnuns, Joe Gilbertson, Erik Larratt, Earle Cull, john Hackbart. 41 .- 4 ., g., ,. .. f W' I GIRLS TRACK. Front Row: Patti Godsey, Robin Henschel, Beth Rabby, Allison Niles, Kim Pardun, Holly Audley, jackie Schroeder, Charlene Peterson, Heidi Begale, Jodi Winlcoski. Second Row: Ann Huebner, Heidi Barany, Kris Moore, Julie Winlcoski, jill Winter, Peggy Dziedzic, Sue Bong, jean Platner, Vicky McNulty, Barb Mauer, Dawn Steger, Carol Murphy, Judy Gusinda. Third Row: Connie Haig, Lisa Grinwold, Roberta Dziedzic, Katrin Waples, Sue Steen, Tina Meyer, Dawn Loew. Fourth Row: Coach Pete van Allmen, Coach Gary Crull, Linda Seidl, Mary Myrhum, Linda Goodman, Lisa Larratt, Dori Alberts, Heidi Manke, Amy Trapp, Annette Kohlberg, Laura Lob, Judy Maas, Terry Pomerenlce, Coach Steve Kostka, Coach jay Grieger. Missing: Bridget McLoone, Heidi Bills, Diane Kraft, Laurie Leibundgut, Stephanie Nollge, jill Winl-coski. New school records EVENT R E c o R D RECORD 440 Relay BREAKERS 53.1 Linda Seidl , Kim Pardun , S t e p h a n i e Nollge , Brid- get McLoone . 880 Rela Linda Seidl , , Y Kim Pardun , 1 ' so ' 8 S t e p h a n i e Nollge , Brid- get McLoone . 2 Mile Run Patti Godsey, 12:17 Discus Mary Myrhum 27' 8' ' 1 90 gf L 'Riff -is 19" w ' , i Girls look to future An extremely young team, sea- soned with a few upper classpersons, represented Arrowhead in girls track in 1978. Placing fifth in the confer- ence indoors and relays, and fourth in the conference outdoor meet, the exuberant but inexperienced girls ac- quitted themselves well. At one time in the season four school records were broken in one meet. The spring was topped off with a tremendous discus toss of 127 feet, 8 inches by senior Mary Myrhum . Despite the loss of Myrhum and distance runner Patti Godsey, Coach Jay Grieger must be happy with the prospect of unleashing his army of returning lettermen on an Lmsuspect- ing Scenic Moraine Conference next spring. Top Left: Winkoski launches. Left: Bert doesn't break stride . Above: Wake up! You won! w 5w n5M Qawi QM,5e mymi?2g4S2SLQS:5:2l1?:4sf rl, ,W.Mswn BOYS VARSITY TENNIS . Front row: Tom Kyle, Bob I-Iackbart, Greg Davis, Dave Vandertie, Dave Johnston. Sec ond row: Doug Brown, Bill Ellis, Dan Gutschenritter, Quent Bednarek, Chris Vanden Heuvel, Coach Sam Davis. 59? bw 35: , S113 iizgi lszifzzgz ..,,,, ..,,.V .K ,znfaanaa 1? h Z4 '3 733, ,.,, 5 :1 wsuwwf-iii':f:?:::.,ig,. atsswssswsemrmm , , A Arrowhead finished with a 6-4 conference dual meet score. The team captain was Doug Brown and the Most Valuable Player David Vandertie . The Warhawks finished a great season as Scenic Mo- raine Conference Champions. They also placed first in the Warhawk Highlander Invitational here at Arrow- head. ij Q -af' 3 W in . -. fl, Qs f t 4. . on fQ5 ig ocod . Q it to 'X 2 is H In n S W :V if , . .,,.n e. , 'Q in BOYS j.V. TENNIS. Front row: Tim Wielgus, Charlie Kotovic, Jeff Stemper. Second row: Perry Bruminer, Mike Huber, john I-Iaesler, Rob Spence, Coach Mark Gonring. Third row: Brad Will, Vic Schultz, Tim Fredman, Dave Dolenchek, Jim Waples, Heiko Steiner. BOYS FRESHMEN TENNIS. Front row: Rich Oreskovic, Karl Muhl, Greg LeMense, Rick Olson, Coach Keith Becker, Ben Lepien. Third row: Glenn Bollmeyer, Roger Strubing, Tyler Tynefield, Jeff Audley. 5 2 2 Q Q li E ... r ' i V g . . ,, ,,,,..1 I' akK:xK.X,Z,-asbxxaar , K . 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LABS COMPUTORS DISCUSSION DEBATE MAPS GRAMIMER 7:57 A.M. PAINTING POTTERS WI-IEEI. SHOP SKIPPING OUT ACADEMICS Mathemagic The math depamnent at Arrowhead has courses which cover all aspects of the math field. Each math course served its purpose in preparing stu- dents for college or the ' 'world of work' ' . Teachers used blackboards, over- heads, filmstrips, and student par- ticipation to make sure their pupils understood each concept. Every Arrowhead student can re- member, one time or another, hear- ing math jokes, playing math games, anxiously awaiting the monthly Math Review, and the math movies such as Donald Duck in Mathemagic Land. And the math department found Cecil fthe computerj close to being human - - - he makes mistakes too! ,HH Xe ,S , -, f 5 N Q li lf u f ,,,,Q,.L 1 as s-r, e isss -:L'+amfw1fw, ,....-- Q' 5 ,1Q,.. ,,. A.. Technical future seen Arrowhead Science Department en- ables the student to acquire the background to function in our techni- cal society. An awareness and under- standing of the physical and biologi- cal environments is received through the various science courses. This year Science 1 and 2 Qformer- ly Physical Science, introduced stu- dents into earth science, physics, and chemistry. For science orientated or college bound students, Accelerated Science 1 and 2 was offered. Both of these courses provided much experi- mental lab work. Biology covered the study of the cell, a survey of the animal kingdom through dissections , and a new unit dealing with ecology in which a population study with fruit flies was done . In order to study the environment, students from North and South science classes went to the Bark River and to the woods . More detailed study is obtained in advanced courses at North Campus, especially for college bound stu- dents. Zoology students studied ani- mal behavior through experiments with planaria, crickets, and white mice . Anatomy students studied the human body by dissecting the fetal pig. Students in the chemistry classes explored organic and in-organic chemistry. Physics classes experi- mented with the natural laws and re- lationships of matter and energy. Tammy Cason shows experimental rockets. Studying socials The Social Studies Department contains courses which are concerned with people, where they live, and what they do. These courses prepare the student for college and help them understand themselves and their world, and help them become better citizens. This year, the department reports 12596 enrollment in social studies courses at Arrowhead. Students tak- ing more than one social studies el- lective account for that figure . An addition to the curriculum has been the Advanced Placement U.S. Histo- ry. It met every day for an hour. At the end of the year students taking the course had an opportunity to take an Advanced Placement exam. A good score could be accepted as col- lege credit in some colleges. The economics classes went on field Uips to Parker Pen and the Gen- eral Motors assembly plant, both in Janesville . Also they went to Chicago to see the Federal Reserve Bank, the Futui-e's Exchange , the Option's Ex- change, the Mercantile Exchange, the Art Institute, and the Sears Building. Some Geography classes studied the new subdivision, Chestnut Ridge , and the affect it will have on Hart- land. Students from Arab World vis- ited a Palastinian Restaurant in Mil- waukee and Political Science stu- dents went to the capitol in Madison. Students with a particular interest in social studies entered contest in- volving their knowledge of this area of academics. Chris Vanden Heuvel fSeniorj was the 3rd place winner in a nation-wide contest on America's political system sponsored by the U.S. Senate Youth Program. Neil Smith, also a Senior, took part in a state-wide economics understanding test. i ..,,h w vvizari: Z: "V, fzvkz, , im .,,:1..:z::-:,f- 1... ,- 111: :rs 551is53,Qpr,3,5i2ig,QaqW5g5E,fng?ff,,,upfg,,V.,,,., 11rrS11.,,:f,,W1.W,,w Mmggtq-'f ' ,ie ,W -,,,3,,,:':Y" wzrir-S:ffU2i5" 'ug-.2v2S5li:+??. -. 1 Readin' and . . . The study of English covers the fotu- comerstones of reading, writing, speaking, and listening fthe basic fundamental skills of expression, in- terpretation, and communicationj . The English Department has devel- oped a varied curriculum to help de- velop these vital skills. A popular new course added to this curriculum was Grammar and Usage . There were 7 sections and 12 are ex- pected next year . The South Campus literature classes saw the movie On the Water- front as part of the classroom activ- ity. Drama classes went to the Cele- bration for Shakespeare at the PAC. Again this year, Advanced Compo- sition students saw their letters print- ed in the Lake Country Reporter. The literature classes purchased many paperbacks for classroom useg also several new audio-visual pro- grams were utilized as well. Band plans trip to rodeo The Arrowhead music program was designed for music students who enjoy playing an instrument or singing, and for those looking forward to college music classes, a career in music or as a hobby. Students interested in sing- ing may join one of 3 choirs, whil instrumental students may participate in 2 concert bands, jan ensemble or orchestra . Piano and guitar are also course offerings. The music depart- ment has an extensive record collec- tion available for student loan. This year, the Arrowhead music students performed in eight concerts. In the spring several Seniors held Senior Recitals, as a result of lnde- pendent Study. A main activity of the band mem- bers this year was raising funds for a summer 11-ip to Wyoming . They did this by sponsoring a variety show, having a pancake supper, and having a chili supper. In Wyoming, they planned to play at a rodeo. Expressing ourselves Art classes at Arrowhead are taught by professional exhibiting artists. The teachers allow students to experience the many phases of art and develop an appreciation of art. The advanced art sequence enabled the student to work in a specific area of art to develop an art career or an art hobby. The purchase of two large kilns two years ago and art camps held during the summer, helped to provide the serious art student with the equipment and knowledge for his interests. For advanced art students, Independent Study is an option to take in pursu- ing a phase of art. The student must show his work and is judged by 3 depart- ment officials. wen- Humanities Humanities was a course designed for potential college students and! or serious students interested in explor- ing the cultural and philosophical contributions of man to history. Areas of study included: art, music, lit- erature, history, architechture, dra- ma, and philosophy. The instructors used reading, slides, and musical recordings, and encouraged much student participa- tion in discussions . ,, -1 Farmers grow For students who have grown up on a farm or those interested in agricul- ture , the Vocational and Practical Arts Department offers several courses in this area. Students take Agricultural Science and Livestock and Horticulture at South Campus, and the two capstone Qadvancedl comses: Farm Management and Agri-Business at North. Through such courses, a complete understanding of : raising livestock and crops, man- aging a farm, marketing, occupa- tional areas, and conservation is achieved. The student heard from resource personnel and visited local farms and farm progress shows. Also, there were trips to the Wisconsin Power Electric Show, Hybrid Seed Corn farms and judging clinics. ln close association with Arr-owhead's chapter of the FFA fFuture Farmers of Americaj students participated in the county and state fairs. Students have farming pro- grams which usually included crops and livestock. Students study energy The Home Ec. Department at Arrowhead covers the four areas of foods S nutrition, clothing and tex- tiles, Human development and life , and consumerism and environments. For underclassmen at South Campus, General Home Economics covered these four areas. At North Campus, specialized semester courses were of- fered. This year, the 9th and 10th graders were involved in a unit on energy. The energy crisis was presented through filmstrips, lectures, and guest speakers. Students learned how to calculate energy usage and identi- fied ways to conserve energy. A new course , clothing smvey, has made it easier for students who Wish to take advanced clothing, but didn't have enough sewing knowledge or experience . Over all, the Home Ec. Depart- ment served its purpose of teaching girls and boys about the effective ways of running their future homes. Left: Marilyn Hynek models a poncho sewn in Home ec. class Students build sheds for sale Industrial Education starts with Shop Preparation which consists of the following five units: drafting, elec- tricity, metals, power mechanism, and woods. At North Campus, there are specific courses in each of the listed areas. Students experienced the climb from the exploratory level, to the introductory and application levels, and to the capstone or final level. Teachers at this level must be voca- tionally certified. This certification required 2,000 hours of related work and additional courses beyond that for regular teacher certification. This year the building construction classes built four sheds for sale , as has always been done in the past. As a result of their involvement in this program, three students successfully completed the apprenticeship test in carpentry. Metals classes were popular this year as the students created many different projects of utility and art. One such project was a metal wine bottle rack. The 10th grade power mechanics course had an added unit in rocketry. Students designed and built their own rockets. It was a competition for best design with a launch in May. Students in drafting class, com- pleted a set of working drawings for a house and made presentation illustra- tions. Mechanical drafting students designed and made machines that roll old newspapers into fireplace logs . Ted Banholzer and Bruce Tossen- berger, both Seniors, won awards in a drafting competition. Also Seniors, Don Schliepp and Craig Klaus won awards in their "Field" of drafting and woodworking . Lower left: Metals students display ,sa Habla-vous Deutsch? 'The Foreign Language Department offered French, Spanish, and Ger- man. Outside of classroom instruc- tion, the student may participate in a variety of activities designed to en- rich their cultm-al awareness of the country and the people they are studying. Each year the Foreign lan- guage students attend the Milwaukee Folk Fair which brings together all the various nationalities represented in this area . The foreign language clubs offer the opportunity to cook native dishes, hear native speakers, and play native games. Each year in the spring, each language sponsors a dinner which the students prepare at school and serve to their parents. This helps to involve the whole fam- ily in the excitement and apprecia- tion of their child's language exper- ience . When the opportunity presents itself and the activity is revelent, the students are taken to theatre produc- tions and concerts offered at the Pabst and PAC . This year the students in French viewed a play by the French writer Moliereg also a concert by famed singer Nan Mouskouri , The Spanish students attended a concert of Flamenco dancing by the renowned Spanish dancer jose Molina . The German students saw presentation of The Student Prince at the PAC and also enjoyed an evening out at a German restaurant. Still another activity which en- couraged academic excellence was Arrowhead's participation in the French and Spanish pronounciation contests offered by the respective state language organizations for teachers. The students matched their pronounciation skills with students from the region and thefirst and sec- ond place winners go on to state competition. This year Katie To- biassen won first place in the second year division and competed in Madi- son. 5 ,av -, ,,,.,a.--- Y s I c" 1-X g 5 ' . I , E 'fi W la I is-.. rv- f f .au-.,H. W ,MQ Itis a Workaday world The Office Machines classroom re- ceived new tables and adjustable chairs this year. This improvement made the work stations much more functional and comfortable . The Business Education Department con- tinued to replace old equipment with newer and more efficient items in all areas. Especially pleasing were the new display! printer calculators . The memory typewriter was shared with other Waukesha County high schools on a rental basis. This gave all ad- vanced students an opportunity to work with one of the latest pieces of equipment. Many students used the fine facilities throughout the day for personal, as well as, classroom pro- jec1s. Recreate yourself in Phy. Ed. This year Phy. Ed. class offered a pass-fail option for those students who wished not to be graded. The majority chose the usual letter grade though, and some were involved in Independent Study. Students took gym class for 3 or 4 years. They enjoyed such activities as fireball ffootballj , volleyball, swimming, table tennis, badminton, handball, dancing, and basketball. New Lmits this year were cross country skiing and raquetball. Teachers encouraged students to continue to exercise and participate in sports after graduation. For this reason, the rules, activity back- ground, and skills of the game were taught. SLAVE DRIVERS CLASSMATES SECRETARIBS LAB PARTNERS TEACHERS SENIORS JANITORS ADMINISTRATION FRESHMEN BOARD MEMBERS cooxs IUNIORS FRIENDS SOPHOMORES LIBARIANS LOCKER PARTNERS X' s BUCK LOANER CLASS cUTTERs FOOTBALL PLAYERS BIG wlcs SMALL FRY cLAss CLOWNS BUDDIES Jocxs FACULTY AND CLASSES Arrowhead School Board SCHOOL BOARD, Robert McNeil, Frances Gutcheritter, Roger Jensen, james Sidwell, Ruth Behrens, Isobel Brown, Jane Stadler. Larry Zenor A1 Vandertie Administration Jizn Martin james Yde Q 13 , u" ,.1, i 4 A1 Zietlow f ' 'QE - . X J ,.,4lQfl2E 54. ' '4:f2g,fq::i12fw JI. 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Kvu.3g5y:5g5gg,,,5w,f1 MPI' L- , w..mM,., ,.,,., . . . H1 ,-'f. f,-, 1 ii.,Lff1.wi,g,Mzwaxweg, L.Ai.j,.. .,.., , .,,,.. , -M, 1 1 1, '- - J, ,.., .. -fy , . 1:11221 ' -F --- W gf-15+-N' as ' rw.. ..,,. W EWMQMW ' ' 2 Maureen Rice Robert Scheele Fran Shupe Alan Stuve f ,fx .-,k. irzjzvsggqw, aw" MU. mf , X ' F ,.,, ,1 ,U -..H ,f .-, V Vi L,. ,gf David Swan james Tiplady Judith Volkenant David Wetzel Q avvli 1333 332 8+ l, , J . . , l .5 fy l Si? if ilia v v he , A, A . 2 i mi! in 3' 1 if Arthur Swanson Tom Tallmadge Clark Tingle Rolland Tjugurn Charles Turpin janet Valentine Peter Von Allmen John Vranak Gilbert Weigel Kevin Wick Tim Williams Mary Ziegelbauer I F 1 +- 5 E 2 ks f--,-.vw-am tgfifff Clerical staff keeps faculty functioning ff? X Jglgl' Donna Anderson Penny Bell Jane Berg Pat Blakely ,' 7' 'iss Marion Brandt Nancy Eberhardy Kathy Bender Carol Braeger Marilyn Fqrtlag Mary joy Jensen Ellen Klee Marilyn Nerby Marge Robertson Carol Seidl Helen Slak jan Stolper Cathy Stuht Evelyn Witt , fn- Q 1 53' MAINTENANCE AND CUSTODIAI. STAFF. Wally Claur, Ken Gilbeerfson, Bob Johnston. 'X ni 4 g S mi X mf A, -Q A. king zxi I G7 A Q K Q , 1 I , NIGHT CUSTODIAI. STAFF. Dick Winkelman, jerry Guenther Hecklau, Roger Jaeger. Weihert. v Ax-lyle Cusick Gene Lucht Earl Vanden Heuvel Ernie johnson NORTH CAMPUS KITCHEN STAFF. Arlene Bormann, Lois Sager, Ruth Jorgensen, Betty Skumatz, Mary Hilger, Carol Krmarich. . i v ,L lu, Y HA W., . A A e ee 5 5725" I A ' V SOUTH CAMPUS KITCHEN STAFF. Linda Kraemer, Margaret Steiner, Gayle Lierk, Vicki Messner, jill Kolberg, Pat Schwindt. V 127 Ffieiiiili' ezsifgamea .,,,,,,,v,2 .M ,.,, 1 .W.,.,Q ,rm-mug fL2'3afsQ4w-f- aww ' JE fr f Q! , A .Kiki me kv if ,.,,, ,naw ,HW W CLOCKWISE FROM ABOVE I knew 1 couldn't Walt for lunch Aren't we a 11V61y, lntelhgent bunch! Oh' He 41 1 O CLOCKWISE FROM ABOVE: Everytime I come in here she kicks me out! What was your answer to no. 4? She didn't actually say that did she? Oh! What to do! What to do! Seniors The class of '78 finished their stay at Arrowhead with a great year. Their enthusiasm and leadership ability was visible in service projects like the Bike- a-Thon and the Christmas Drive . They showed their tal- ent in the many plays , con- certs, and other school produc- tions. In athletics, the seniors were tops, bringing their skill and spirit into all the sports. The most popular post high school field of study looked forward to by Seniors was in the health areas, though math and the science were also popular. In short, seniors brought a lot of good to Arrowhead and they will never be forgotten. s i 2 Gail Adams Suzanne Ahlm D0ri Alberts Sue Alstad Dee Anderson Catherine Aumann Ted Banholzer Elizabeth Barry Q W Michael Becker Connie Benrud Jody Boche Douglas Brown Quentin Bednarek Dale Bergen Cheryl Booth Marquerite Brown Robert Behrend Kate Behrndt Diane Bierman Brenda Blum Scott Bormann Christopher Bowen Bert Bulen Michael Burgett X is Dena Byrns John Campbell Brian Carroll C011-C911 COHCTOD Dennis Condon Victoria Comelius Michael C1'iVe110 135' Cuslck , - Robert Dneiden cm-istim Davis Elizabeth Davy Suzlanne DeSP1nS Am Dillion Denise Dollhopf Timmy Dollhopf Judeen Dom Paula Draeger Edward Dunphy Mary Beth Eder Margaret Eggers I ' 3-' -5 , L H Q' 1' . X , ng f, fl , K r' 6 L'A , 2 2 " iflw: we M s "Q: " 'SUS' 3: 1 ' A rr lirrr M 1 fee-15 , ' Z-15:5 415' -- ,. 1,11 ag ff-,-.. -nz 2 H 'V 1 ' f' 45 ,.e,,,' 'U f 'f rr fb ' 31 . 412. ff f' ., ' , . g5L A 3 ,er5 'r ftp . 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M ., ..........-vw fa Linda Gilbertson Dorothy Goetsch Frances Friedl Patricia Godsey 1 ,111 MM jeff Follansbee Polly Fiedler Sandra Fortenberry Donald Freiburger Amy Gillstrom Stephanie Gilman Kim Golemgeski Linda Goodman 2 gags: Clark Grimm Mary Gross Lori Haas Laurel Haig ' Connie Grimm Renee Groenevelt james G1-01-,hey William Guns Nancy Habegger Robert Hackbart Scott Haipek jean Hajdziona Donna Gross Daniel Gutschenritter Cheryl Hader George Hansen Cindy Hardel Lisa I-Ienes Dale Hemke jane Hassemer ,QA ":-,V 91? f R2 ff ,Af Wendy Heffinger John Herrick Nancy Herrmann Barbara Hewitt Mary Hehn Christine Herrmann Susan Heth Anthony I-Iilger 'E vig Sharon I-Iuckstep Kenneth Jaeger Ronald Johns janet Kamine Renee Keller jacob Kerprich Kelly Kindred Martin Craig Klaus Nancy Klolmer William Koelpin Kimberly Koester sg? s , i Kristopher Kerr K?ifh K-indfed Thomas Kinley Tfmddw Kmlev Teresa Klokow Rlchafd Kneusel Debbie Kowalski L9-'TY Kfaemel' jean Kyle Margaret Laatsch Denise Lange Lisa Larratt Daniel Kraft Deborah Knnarich Karin Krygsman Teresa Kurkiewicz Kerry Landers David Lange Luann Lauterbach Lynn Leitheiser wwf-Pkkgr ,..,,,., - o www er., wif 1 Li , Q, 1 3 aa QS-Ls' Y' 4-A Q a 'Z wt ,W Egfwwliwx S ff -Q 'HS Hw gy 2 N . gi L, ,Sakai .f ,, .... .., - 5 F53 N: " aefg' , M' Q- ' . ' f i -f -2 ff:a1ff'-mfg' is s- -wi 1 - ., X X 5 R, if ,,. W f fa! Ronald Lyons Jean Matthisen Michael Manke Thomas Mauer janet Lembke Laura Lob Karen Martin Tracey McGinnis Cathy Lemke David Lutkus Todd Matteson Kathleen McLoone Douglas McNeil Mark Miller Terence Moon Mitchell Moylan Q E 1 w 2 , LeoPo1do Mendozo john Minor Steven Moore Dale Muehl Robert Mesker Joel Mislang Mary Moran Boyd Mullins James Miller Gregory Mohr Carol Moretti Susan Myatt Y 141 ,, annn ' 3 h 1 if i fi. Mary My:-hum Susan Naylor Lonnie Neitzke Kenneth Nelson Charles Norton john Nowicki jeff Omann Linda Omann Patrick Opay Patti Parchem Larry Pfeil Linda Pitsch Tammi Pohl Patrick Pomeranz jeff Rasmussen Thomas Rego David Repta Douglas Rezner Renee Rick Dawn Ridgewell Bruce Ronke Sue Salzwedel Gregory Savl-noch Tammy Schick Kim Richardson Paul Rick Lance Roberts Andrea Rogers Caroline Schlafer Steven Schoenauer Victor Schultz john Shaw Donald Schliepp Mark Schouten Diane Seeley Thomas Showers Thomas Seidl Michael Senfleben Tracy Siewert Fred1'iCk Smith Michael Smith Jeffrey Solwold Paul Stahnlce Laura Steizenbach Neil Smith julie Sorenson Chris Stapleton jennifer Stigney Tammi Smith Robert Solveson jennifer Spence David Squires Paul Steiner Sharon Stemper Lynn S1111-npf Susan Syburg Sandra Thiele Mark Thomas Holly Ulma Barbara VanDam Lisa Wagner Kelly Warga Henry Wetzel Lori Wieschel David Timmerman Bruce Tossenberger Christopher Vanden Heuvel Susan Vincent Mary Weigel Richard Weslow Christopher Wiese Suzanna William 5 ., M n r r n Lars Willer Diane Wittig Donna Wojdon Candice Worthington Sherry Winegarden Pamela Zastrow Daryl Zigan Karen Zinn Pat Winkelman Kurt Yaeger Mike Bacon Connie Groth Kathy Kronschnable Pat LaVen Steve Dickerson Ellen Dziedzic Phil Huber Brian Keller Brian Knewinski Mark Krzewinski Sue LeMense Carol Morretti Bob Grisham Lynn Koelpin Linda Ksicimski Kathy Nuoffer Denms Pipkom Maureen Senfleben Dan Walsh Mark Zeman Gisele Tanel Debbie Zygmunt . ,,.QWme.mW.,W... ., .,vK .,N,W, fs ..,, . , , .. . . D Qaaa W aiealevaf ,gli QQiiiiifiggggifiifigizg31 Renee Vodnik The Varying moods of Arrowhead v KX K. A ix ' fy ,, K, ,MW-"' x N.,, I K W N, , ,N m.,,: 1 -- K Wu.. Nw mf iw... '-wk Fmwsgxsmwwmv M Is the World ready? To be a Jrmior in high school is to be a person caught in the middle , not quite ready for the world but not quite a novice at life, either. The juniors of Arrowhead showed everyone that they will be ready for the world - when the world is ready for them. MRS. GROBNER. Front row: Eric Bonow, Tony Bong, Steve Bolling, jim Barwick, Rob Bickel, Lon Bahr, Thea Beal. Second row: Neil Anderson, Tracy Borchardt, jeff Biersack, Robin Borkenhagen, Teresa Barry, Noel Becker, Ellen Bauer, jean Bickel. Third row: Pam Becker, Pat Bender, Beth Blum, Mary Ash, Laura Adams, julie Ba- kiewicz, Karen Bailey, Beth Balmer, Karen Boland. rf.. Srl lviR. GUlE'.N'l"l-IER. Front row: Debbie Cason, Sherry Carr, Diana Devine, Diane Cull, Scott Chapel, Greg Chriske, joe Corrao, Mr. Guenther. Second row: jill Cusick, Monica Chaput, Kathy Burgett, Kent Chapman, Nicholas Christifulli, Chris Coleman, Phillip Clauer, Earl Cull, Third row: Chris Bowen, Don Bush, Dave Champion, Perry Brummer, jerry Dibb, Mark Curro, jeff DeMeuse, john Creasey. ff gf' gl' V . QM MRS. CENTGRAF. Front row: Alan Dorrler, Dave Fieldhack, David Erickson, Brian Duemling, Keith Dieball, Mike Eschenburg, Miss Centgraf. Second row: Jennifer Eggers, Linn Foster, Nancy Donnell, Julie Emuis, Robert Elm, Keith Emmrich, jim Foster, Greg Enters. Third row: Lori Eckhardt, Debby Ford, jean Farley, Sheilagh For- ster, Colleen Flanagan, Mark Foley, Dan Donovan, Kirby Eckhaxdt. Fourth row: Dave Engle, Donata Doughman, Cheryl Fall-mer, julie Fackler, Don Endres, Tom Fetkenhauer, Dennis Fincher, Keith Dunning. ' as f MR. SWANSON. Front row: Tom Gierach, Heidi Frisch, Dave Guerra, John Gruling, Randy Haass, Tim Fox, Mike Goralski. Second row: Mr. Swanson, Patty Groves, Kathy Gerds, Caroline Gardner, Caroline Griffith, Carol Gales, Heather Green, Dean Grill. Third row: Wade Greenhagen, Debbie Gehring, Tammy Gurrath, Sheila Gavahan, Mindy Hake, Pam Godsey, Sandra Gillmann. Fourth row: Dennis Gillette, Peter Friend, Jim Freuler, Gus Graml- ing, Todd Gilane, Steven Gohr, joe Gilbertson, john Haesler. Varsity teams thrived with the help of the class of '79 . Basketball and football teams scored high on the field and with the fans, while track contributors performed well. The area of Fine Arts fared well with the help of ju- niors. Musicians and thespians put on several concerts and showed much of their superior talents at the voice and in- strument contests in April. MR. VON ALLMEN. Front row: Dave Kohl, Gregory Kraemer, Dave Kuehn, Cindy Knight, Clay Kraus, Mike Knoll. Second row: Darrell Kmszewski, Dean Kroenke, james Kramlich, Renetta Landers, Annette Kolberg, Kim Kollross, JoAnn Kudriko, Christa Kotovic. Third row: Bruce Kurkiewicz, Pete Lahmann, Ken Kronschnabl, Marga ret King, Nancy Klokow, Dianne Kraft. Fourth row: Paul Kraft, Kathy Kunz., Lisa Knuth, Gail Koeffler, Debbie Klug, Ann LaCross, Mr. Von Allmen. Remember donut day and keep it holey. 3 gygygrg vi 154 ...W - ,. Q 'ew aa But I didn't get them out. .wi rf Q Q aa w MR. WILLIAMS. Front row: Greg Lehmann, Don Lange, Bill McKerrow, jane LeMense, Kari Linnan, Laurel Mathey, Mr. Williams. Second row: Sue Larsen, Heidi Manke, Betty Lund, Yvonne Lucht, Alan Lenz, Margie McCarty, Robert Lee. Third row: Mark Luetschwager, john Marquardt, john Makowski, Sandy May, Dave Mason. Mark Littlejohn, Kathy Lorbiecki. Fourth row: Keith Marquardt, Mike Lang, james Matthisen, Lori Lee, Mike Luebke. A---"' MR. SHERRODD. Front row: Pat Murphy, Scott Meer, Pete Millpointer, Pat O'Neil, Nadine McNulty, Jodi Momblow, Mr. Sherrodd. Second row: Mike Moratti, Darlene Meissner, Karen Opperrnann, Jackie Meissner, Scot Mohr, Dave Nicholas, john Moore. Third row: Therese Murel, Michelle Nold, Connie Millot, Sue Nowicki, Stephanie Nouge, Joyce Moertl, April Norman, Pat Millikin, Brad Olson. Fourth row: Bridget McLoone, Margaret Olson, Paula Mussa, Dana Olson, Mary Mosciski, Nancy Miller, julie Meyers, Sharon Murphy. One of the busier days at AI-IS . MR. DESOTELL. Front row: jenny Pouchert, Mary Powers, Charlene Peterson, Patti Roeglin, Pauline Rasmussen Mary Santo, Toni Pinter. Keith Potrykus. Second row: Marie Pernerstorfer, Lori Pfeil, Gwen Roberts, Bill Planer Chris Pedersen, Lance Panzer, Lee Rademan, Bob Perkins. Third row: Mr. Desotell, Tom Rabby, jerry Reimer, Scott Reep, Steve Phillips, Sue Rector, Laura Ritonia, Scott Pouchert. Fourth row: Jenny Ormson, Meredith Palmer, Sharon Roskos, Jacky Pikalek, Mary Reger, jim Perkins, Patti Rasmussen, 'Tom Pipp. 1 1 LITTLY4 MR. NIESEN. Front row: Debbie Scott, Carolyn Schmitt, Rose Stapleton, Sandy Schirmer, Chris Smith, Angie Schuck, Mary Sizer. Second row: Terri Spade, Jenni Stemper, Syd Sidwell, Lorie Seifert, Carol Schulu, Martha Siepmann, Sandy Squires, Kimberly Stammer. Third row: Mil-ce Snyder, Dean Stadler, David Stamsta, Marc Stamsta, Renee Schramek, Bomuie Stanke, Steve Schmidt. Fourth row: Del Schmidt, john Sothman, Brent Steidl Ron Schlafer, Bob Soleska, Dave Schram, Kevin Sprong. 1 if if 1, Q7 What legs! 'AQ , 1.: MS. Cl-llvllEL. Front row: Ms. Chmiel, Debbie Strube, Amy Thomas, Mary Turner, Kim Thurnbauer, Brian Tytm, Mark Urbanski. Second row: Amy Trapp, Bobby Tooley, Tracy Stewart, Dave Turcotte, jayne Vincent, Tim Swi- kert, Rick Swan. Third row: Barb Thomas, Barry Vogel, Tim Turner, Steve Styza, Gale Tynefield, Tracy Sykes, jeff Trapp. Fourth row: David Vandertie, Eric Trapp, Tim Tobolt, Ron Stultz, Russell Ulferts, Bill Walker, Dave Troemel, y , Q'JaR,Pf'fR MR. VRANAK. Front row: Dan Weber, Jay Yde, Tina Yost, Dawn Whitney, Roberta Woodard, Caroline Wood, Mr. Vranak. Second row: Bob Zimmermann, Mark Yokosh, Claire Welch, Beth Weinz, Vicki Wallschlager, Jill Young, Mark Yakich. Third row: Shelly Williams, Joanne Wiemer, Marlys Zenor, john Wynhoff, Debbie Wallis, Kelly Zeman, Randy Wirth. Fourth row: Brad Will, Kent Wiedenhoeft, George Wranik, Tim Wolf, Alan Winter, jeff Winkoski , Rob Woodard . N 157 - W 7 I -fs 3 7 Scphs excel The Sophomores were dedicated to doing their best for the good of the school. In sports, they brought honor to Arrowhead by excelling in football, basket- ball, track and others. They joined the thespians in plays. Academically, the Sophomores were just as successfulg they impressed their teachers with their at- titude and talent. NIR. SHELDON. Front row: Linda Aumann, Sara Alberts, Sadie Braun, jenny Babinec, Debbie Bischoff, Debbie Birzer, Chuck Booth, Mike Anderson. Second row: Ellen Brennan, Abby Abblett, jill Bahr, Pam Berninger, Bonnie Ashton, Ramona Baxter, Russell Berger, Kerry Bethke. Third row: Bill Bergen, jennifer Barry, Liz Becker, Cindy Bierman, Deanna Bartlett, Susie Bong, Kim Borchardt, Tom Bastin. Fourth row: Dan Bacon, Greg Asmus, Tim Blanton, Heidi Bills, Emily Behrndt, Tori Bergerson, Dan Adams, Rick Beringer. F1315 MR. MYRHUM. Front row: Dan Brown, Barb Brown, Lisa Daley, Cheryl Chapel, Kelly Chapman, Wendy Brum- mer, Tom Buffone. Second row: joan Daniels, Patti Cramer, Lynette Danford, Lisa Crivello, Lisa Dahlquist, Marcy Brown, Peter Chaput. Third row: Mr. Myrhu.m, Paul Bringe, Peter Brickham, john Clay, Greg Davis, jeff Chrfiske, Chris Brurnm. Fowth row: Mark Condon, Brian Condon, Chip Carlson, Tom Daane, Ricky Corlett, Charles Cull, Dem1is Brown. MR. SCHELLE. Front row: Mike Despins, Diane Fickau, Peg Duemling, Jeannie Euch, Karen Dibble, Bill Duhnke, jim Dechant, Dave Fenney. Second row: Eric Ehn, Liz Engle, Mary Earle, Mary Engel, jean Eskau, Aaron Erd- mann, David Dolenshek, Kris Droegkamp. Third row: Gina Falkner, Diane Emmrich, Pam DesArmo, Sue Davy, Mike Domar, jay Fast, Scott Diaz, Mike Devine. Fourth row: Dave Emma-ich, Don Fagan, Patty Duke, Lisa Dibb, Roberta Dziedzic, Debby Endres, Ken Deiss, Dermis Donovan, Mark Enters. MR. KINZEL, Front row: Jay Freck, jeff Griswold, Lori Hale, Leslie Harding, Kelly Hanson, Mary Fortlage, Tina Hall, Lama Groenevelt, Mary Gillingham. Second row: Mr. Kinzel, George Gerke, Tom Fredrickson, Judy Hajd- ziona, Paulette Froemming, Lenice Gepner, Amanda German, Laura Giese, Maryanne Gawtry. Third row: Dale Gillette, Butch Glynn, Tim Fredman, Mike Frank, Lisa Gallun, Kelly Hallett, Gina Gierach. Fourth row: jay Groth, Brett Gladish, Paul Hansen, David Giesfeldt, Steve Gross, Laurie Grill, Donna Gruling, Victor Grill. W Studying makes us nutsy-cuckoo . is MS. HAATVEDT. Front row: Ms. Haatvedt, Jane Havlik, Jaye Jackson, Jenni Hopfinger, Kathy Italiano, Ann Huebner, Kathy Huber, Robin Henschel, Mary Ellen Huckstep. Second row: Brian Howard, Carolyn Priestley, Marianne Peterson, Cathy Jeffery, Margaret Hinkley, Anne Jatczak, Nancy Janscha, Virginia Hewitt, Carl Hicks. Third row: Jerry Housfeld, Steve Houriet, Jim Herrmann, Charlie Herrick, Jim Huskey, John I-Iassemer, Carl Hayek, Bob Horwatich. Fourth row: Steve Heise, Fred Horne, Bill Hitchcock, Jim Horne, Steve Horwatich, John Herrmann, Jeff Jacques, Jay Herdt. MR. GILL. Front row: Kristine Kilgren, Mary Jesko, Corinne Kronschnabl, Laura Jones, Kathy Kleuskens, Laura Kanner, Lori Koscik, Jane Karbler, Michelle Knuese, Lisa Jensen. Second row: Eric Krueger, Ron Krygsman, John Krueger, Joe Kleinwaechter, John Kaiser, Craig Kottke, Jim Kmnarich, Larry Johnson. Third row: Brian Kaiser, Greg Joers, Jim Klink, Scott Johnson, Scott Kraemer, Bob Jungbluth, Jeff Jeschke. Fourth row: Mr. Gill, Richard King, Steve Kurkiewicz, Ed John, Fred Kolberg, Joe Jungbluth, Ed Jungbluth, Craig Kuhtz. Hey Heidi, want a good deal on a used elf? Yesss? May I help you? i n A MR. G. SMITH. Front row: julie Leisten, Kristi Lane, Krista LeRoy, Kathy Larsen, Beth Leniz, Sandy Martin, Mary Malec, Shelley Martin. Second row: Laura Lenske, Dawn Loew, julie Lord, julie Lepien, Kathy Leitheiser, Petra Marz, Nancy Massick, Sandra Margraf. Third row: Mike Manchester, Mark Mathews, Scott Marquardt, joe Maly, Pam Lantz, Christy Lorbiecki, Michele Marban. Fourth row: Pat Lob, Kim Liebrecht, Al Lehman, Scott Lang, Dan LeMonds, Erik Larratt, jim Lund, Brian Lonn. A1215 A Mflggi L..i. 0 fi L L J 1 l A- ' V cirli T NIR. STUVE. Front row: Mr. Stuve, Mark Miller, Dick Moran, David Miller, Pete Naylor, Marsha Mussa, Carol Murphy, Tina Meyer, Blaine Mohr. Second row: Roger Mullins, Tim Nollge, Carrie Mm-ack, Patti McDonald, jill Matteson, Candy Moskow, Debbie Nelson, Sandy Niederstadt, Jeff Milbrath, Third row: Kelly Meer, Candy Murel, jim Mueller, jackie Mesker, Tom Norton, Richard Miller, Dan McCarty, Mike McMillian. Fourth row: Tina Miller, Claudia Millot, Allison Niles, Lisa Moon, Debbie McDonnell, Bob Nowak, Mike Oldenburg, Craig Messner. H P'.-'25'X3-Z' Vroom! Vroom' MR. SWAN. Front row: Mr. Swan, Scott Rehn, Todd Popp, Doug Porter, Wayne Racine, Ken O'Neil, Mary Reddy, Debbie Pratt. Second row: Cindy Parchem, Art Piper, Laurie Omann, Shelly Pfeiffer, Sandy Peterson, Tammy Repta, Elisabeth Pfeiffer, Karin Ratschan. Third row: David Preusse, Bonnie Reimer, Karen Rademan, Theresa Pomerenke, Penny Patterson, Terrie Reszczynski, Sally Rego, Beth Rabby, Sherry Rector. Fotuth row: Ron O1-th, Scott Olson, Michael Opay, Ted Ofth, Jim Peters, Ed Papp, Sue Pfalz, Kim Pardlm. ,,, i fi! MR. REINHOLD. Front row: Brian Sprong, Polly Shupe, Sue Sorenson, jamie Roberts, Greg Siewert, Steve Ridley, John Scott, Timmy Scott, Mr. Reinhold. Second row: jon Schneider, Rob Spence, Becky Schiek, Janine Seitz, Chris Smith, Tom Schwabe, Dan Schwulst, jeff Robinson, Bob Richardson. 'Third row: Wally Scheanemann, Todd Schiek, jean Richardson, Sharon Schmidt, Kathy Skowron, Richard Seegert, Don Schlei, Mary Solwold, Lisa Smith, Lisa Schmidt. Fourth row: Dan Schwind, Bill Schick, Gary Savrnoch, Michele Schmitt, Lori Schwantes, Amy Shudarek, Jodie Stacie, Debra Squires. .L 1' MRS. AUDLEY. Front row: Tracy Todd, john Steinruch, jerry Turley, Mark Stahnke, Cary Stapleton, Brenda Teuteberg, Dawn Steger. Second row: Erich Uebersohn, Heil-co Steiner, jim Szatkowski, Paul Vanden Heuvel, Dean Strube, Ron Stortz, Tom Stapelfeldt, Loretta Tossenberger, Sue Steen. Third row: Debbie Turley, Lanette Surdyk, Karen Stuve, Kay Thurnbauer, Jeri Sykes, Char Thomas, Pam Tanger, Kathryn Tobiassen. Fourth row: Tom Sy- bmg, Bob Steuerwald, Bob Strazis, Keith Stumpf, joe Toth, Dan Tumiati, julie Stolper, Kaye Van Buren. gl' MS. BERGSTROM. Front row: Linda Winkelman, Robin Yokes, Jodi Winlcoski, Dan Wolfgram, Bob White, Kathy Verville, Judy Zygmunt, Ms. Bergsh-om. Second row: Tom Wargo, Harry Wilkinson, Wes Wojdon, Tricia Yaeger, Dawn Zellner, Rob Vodnik. Third row: jim Winkelman, Scott Wiese , Tim Wagner, Katrin Waples, Linda Wil- liams, Sue Zauner, Maurita Weber, Todd Yde. Fourth row: Troy Wagner, Mark Werther, jedd Willer, Cheryl Wenzel, Teri Winegarden, Deb Verbanac, Debbie Van Ert, Alice Weber. Fifth row: Debbie Wolf, Dale Winkel- man, Buddy Zinn, Debbie Wiemer, jim Waples, Kevin Weber, Herb Werner. just a bunch of homy guys? . at -V n Frosh float Wlns li o fr alll'- .asian I yi Coming into your first year of high school can be a frightening experience , but it didn't seem to scare the Freshmen. They took each new exper- ience in stride and went on to show the rest of the school just what they were made of with a prize 5 5 winning homecoming float. After that, it was 5, I smooth sailing. The went on to help South Cam 4 fl f ii V PHS beat North in the Christman Drive and were major factors in the success of many other activities. MRS. EWALD. Front row: James Bartlett, David Beaster, Ronald Alberts. Rodney Becker, Betsy Bassett. Second row: Diane Becker, Lynn Ashton, Beth Bartz, Michael Baxter, Larry Anderson, Mrs. Ewald. Third row: Arm Bailey, Carol Ackley, Lynn Bergen, LaVerne Anderson, Stacey Beaster, Lisa Bakiewicz, Holly Audley. Fourth row: Scott Behmdt, jeff Audley, David Balmer, jon Bergersen, Steve Ahles, Bruce Ailey, Don Adkins, jim Allrend, Mike Ash. MR. WEIGEL. Front row: jane Chaput, josie Bliese, Vickie Brault, Kellie Bowen, john Brennan. Second row: Denice Butenhoff, john Burk, Glen Bringe, Bruce Carroll, Tom Blanton, Margie Bush, Scotti Black, Patty Bobot. Third row: Jim Berkholtz, jeff Bierman, jason Bold, Ron Butenhoff, Tamara Call, Dawn Bergum, Kelly Brunner. Fourth row: Amy Champion, Jemmy Campbell, Barb Bevandic, Laurie Carr, Roy Brinkmann, Ray Bormann, Glenn Bollmeyer, Brian Blum. MRS. EGGENBERGER. Front row: Robin Cheskiewicz, Tom Dauphin, Ebby Eberhardy, Mary DeMeuse, Boyd Dittmer. Second row: Gail Doffek, Tony Diaz, jay Dunning, jerry Donovan, Steven Cull, Curt Ebert, Kathy Draeger. 'Third row: Kathleen Coffey, Peggy Dziedzic, Rick Cummins, Steve Christifulli, Lisa Ciszewski, Diane Dalenshek, Linda Davidson, Mrs. Eggenberger. Fourth row: Eddy Dollhopf, jeff Deniger, Mike Christopherson, Pe- ter Daleiden, Kevin Dieball, Terry Cornelius, Tom Coleman, Mary jo Dreweck. MR. BOHACHEK. Front row: Tim Fetkenhauer, Damm Goralski, Cindy Gehring, Kara Frisch, John Emmer. Second row: Doreen Gruling, Sherry Galusha, julia Graunke, john Graf, Ross Greenhagen, Lori Eschenburg, Mark Ehlert, Lisa Griswold. Third row: Bryan Fraser, Peggy Falk, Mary Gallagher, Cindy Gladish, Mike Goff, Terri Ellings- worth, Mike Euch, Mr. Bohachek. Fourth row: Steve Fenno, Bill Ellis, David Fackler, Tim Follansbee, Tim Fre- drickson, Ben Fullerton, Cheryl Fagan, Mike Ennis, Melody Gawtry. Although the Freshmen weren't always first place winners, they showed the rest of the school how to accept second or any other place gratefully. Cer- tainly these factors will make the remainder of their years at Arrowhead, as well as their lives and careers, successful. -f - .-ff- --W. .,,.. ,,,.,.,..N,..s...,m:..-, A.,, , .,., ,.,..,,,5,,,,,,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, M, MR. TINGLE. Front row: Jeff Herr, Judy Gusinda, Lynn Housfeld, Jana Hiemke, Barb Iding, Sue Hernl-ce, Janet Hopfinger, Second row: Tim Holton, Lam-ie Hahn, Tom Henkel, Chip Halquist, Bridget Hasslinger, Mike Gims. 'Third row: Connie Haig, Michele Huskey, Stephanie I-Iuzne, Anne Horne, Jennifer Haipek, Mike Huber, Daniel Hinkley. Fourth row: John Hansen, Jeff Hehn, Mike Herrick, John Hackbart, William Henning, John Hornburg, Scott Hubanks, Nathan Hansen. MR. BALISTRERI. Front row: John Katrichis, Bob Klink, Kris Jesion, Judy Jeffery, Linda Johnson, Jane Keskimaki. Second row: James King, Kurt Kaun, Karl Kaun, Scott Kinczfogel, Jay Jaeger, Denise Kerr, Mr. Balistreri. Third row: Margaret Kerprich, Patti Jones, Rick Keller, Jenny Kaiser, Sandy Kleuskens, John Kaliska. Fourth row: Katie King, Kris Jensen, Theresa Kaiser, Mary Jungbluth, Julie Kiltz, Lisa Jorgensen, Ed Karpinski. You, you're the one. NN.. I This is really boarding. .555 Q. MRS. KRAUS. Front row: Laurie Leibundgut. Charlie Kotovic, Denice Lange. Second row: Scott Kuss, Colleen Koester, Ben Lepien, Scott LeMonds, Greg LeMense, jane Kowalczyk, Pam Lang, Chris Lembke. 'Third row: Joe LeRoy, Doug Konruff, joan Leitheiser, Karen Kosidowski, Diane Kraemer, Cheryl Koelm, Tom Kyle, Cindi Lake Fourth row: jim Kloss, Tim Koerten, Mark Klokow, Bill Kranz, David Kraft, jim Kollross, Mag Leightfuss, Mrs. Kraus. GREIGBR. Front row: Chuck Lob, Todd Meyers., Joe Meissner, Sandy Matusek, Carol Malec, Ken Loew, Second row: Dawn Majeskie, jennifer Martus, Russ McMillian, Holly Manke, Lesa Meyer, Cindy Minor, Lisa Maas. Third row: Vicky McNulty, Barb Mauer, Barb Luaner, Connie Miller, Judy Maahs, Nancy Lutkus, Mr. Grieger. Fourth row: Lisa Lowry, Mike Maegli, John Marchek, Rob McDonnell, Beth Meurs, Eric Manlce, Jeff Meissner, Kent Mathews. All wrapped up in his work. KREIMEYER-GONRING. Front row: Karl Muhle, Kris Moore, Vicky Muehleisen, Sarah Moulton, Richard Oresho- vic, jon Moldenhauer. Second row: jenny Oldenburg, Rosalie Mui-el, Mary Nowicki, julie Olson, Janet Murphy, Shelly Moon. Third row: Kim Oates, Diana Myers, Mike Morrison, Patti Mollgaard, Scott Nettesheim, Trisha Moore, Rick Olson. Fourth row: Mark Myrhum, Rob Osterman, Dave O'Leske, Sheri Paice, Paul Moran, Jill Orm- son, jim Molter, Scott Nelson. MR. BREAKER. Front row: John Perkins, Michelle Palmer, Valerie Pratt, Steve Pechloff, james Pardun. Second row: Sue Pouchert, Debbie Provencher, Renata Pemerstorfer, jan Platner, Judy Pouchert, Lamie Pungarcher. Third row: Kim Petura, Shelly Priebusch, Debbie Pitsch, Cormac Palmer, Angie Peterson, Cindy Racine, Scott Planer, Karen Ramsak. Fourth row: john Price, Scott Perron, Beth Pollard, Ann Preisler, Mike Ranscht, Barry Pohl, Brian Pfitzinger, Mr. Breaker. A one, and a three, and a .... Wait, I forgot the words ! MR. KOSTKA. Front row: Terry Schwulst, Robin Scheffler, Karri Ruprecht, Laurie Schoeben, Heidi Schmidt, Mark Rector. Second row: Kristy Rogers, Jackie Schroeder, Micki Reynolds, Chris Schmidt, Shelly Rehn, Sue Ridley. Third row: Troy Rehn, john Safio, joel Schwartz, Susan Scanlon, jeff Richie, Tony Rynders, Jeanette Schlafer, Paul Sabourin. Fourth row: Diane Scanlon, jill Robinson, Stacy Ritonia, Randy Richort, Dave Schlei, Nick Schroeder, Linda Schramek, jeff Reckin, Mr. Kostka. MR. BECKER. Front row: Greg Serres, Mary jo Smith, I-Iollie Stanke. Second row: Linda Seidl, Karen Span- kowski, Christine Seewald, Carrie Stae, jeff Seifert, Bill Stadler, Nancy Staus. Third row: Margaret Senfleben, jeff Stemper, Ron Stetlenbach, Pete Smith, Michele Sharpley, Mike Sothman, Paul Seewald. Fourth row: Brian Stark, Paul Steinruck, Bruce Steidl, Wesley Sorensen, Debi Sobek, Lesley Steil, jon Seagraves, Mr. Becker. MR. MARKS-MR. PECI-IE. Front row: Cathy Storm, Scott Sordyk, Mike Walsh, Gerilyn Stuettgen. Second row: Mr. Peche, Michelle Volmar, Debbie Vershowske, Dori Stritzel, Carl Vanden Heuvel, Tanya Ulferts, Mary Jane Wallis, Mr. Marks. Third row: Tyler Tynefield, Roger Struebing, May Tremmel, Mike Tremmel, Nicholas Tanel, Kevin Termor, Philip Swikert. Fourth row: julee Tobolt, Beth Vandertie, Robert Surdyk, Mark Swinehart, Steve Strazis, Kerry Tym, Pam Wagner, Phil Suchocki. MRS. KAD. Front row: Matt Weber, john Wrensch, Tobb Waters, Bob Zizzo, Mark Woodward. Second row: Mark Zenor, Nancy Winkleman, julie Winegarden, Jill Winkoski, Dawn Wille, Brian Wiese, Mrs, Kad. Third row: Kelly Wirkus, Sue Westphal, Katy Watters, Brad Wirth, Bob Young, jill Winter, Carol Wessels. Fourth row: Julie Win- koski, Nanci Werner, Colleen Whelan, Phil Zajichek, Scott Zindl, Kurt Zimmerman, Kris Ward, Steve White. PATRONS HARTLAND STANDARD A 8: W Restaurant Behrend Insurance and Real Estate Chuckas Super Value HORNBURG FORD MOTOR COMPANY The Country Cobbler Dr. Gavahan Fredrick's Drug Store Hartbrook Lanes HOPKINS SAVINGS AND LOAN Jackson's Department Store Lake Country Reporter, Inc. Mixdorf Jewelers STATE FARM INSURANCE CO.-CARL 8L JERRY ZEUTZIUS Piggly Wiggly Rehn's Red Owl Dr. Seifert O. D. State Bank of Hartland A Special Thanks to Tom Truebenbach. TOWN AND COUNTRY STUDIOS - Oconomowoc 171 I In memoriam . Kathi One day life is fine and all is yours, But then you turn your back for just one minute , and all that you have held so close and dear has disap- peared - - - and you cry and wish thafthings were the same, but no matter how much wishing you do - - - even if you wish with all your heart, you cannot bring the good times back. But it is remembering these good times and thanking God for giving them to you to remember and smile about for the rest of your life , that makes it all worth while . And we hold these memories dear to our hearts . Kathi Liedtke i 7 lf ll N I -a 3:82 fu. X.

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