Union Grove High School - Bronco Tales Yearbook (Union Grove, WI)
- Class of 1979
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"With One More Look At You"
With one more look at you
l could learn to tame the clouds and let the sun shine
Leave a troubled past and I might start anew
l'll solve the mysteries if you're the prize
Refresh these tired eyes
With one more look at you
I might overcome the anger that l've learned to know
Find a peace of mind I lost so long ago
Your gentle touch has made me strong again
And l belong again
For when you look at me
l'm everything and more than l had dreamed l'd be
My spirit teels a promise I won't be alone
We'll love and live for . . . love and live forever . . .
With one more look at you
l'd learn to change the stars and change our fortunes
l'd have the constellations, paint your portrait too '
So all the world might share this wondrous sight
The world could end each night
With one more look at you . .
With one more look at you . .
l want one more look at you .,......
1976 ist Artists Music Co., Emanuel Music Corp., and 20th Century
Music Corp. All rights reserved, Used by permission. Music by Paul
Williams 8. Kenny Ascher.
Theresa hiorthupwg Qhegyyiiiytbegta rich and famous clothes designer, and will be iiving in '
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Dan anylfidea where heis going irillife.
Bob Qoetg own electroglicgbigineas. VA W m
Kentffiatzor mechanical engineer ahdeeisdlwetk with stereo equipaienf.
Don ofixcoliege, vrorkingfijasig oilbiie' relations person antihai-fe'
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Lisa Heinz as medicaimglglxlortgerf?
Mike Keekefia He'S5yS5helTEiift1e a vetierinariarm. i ',e.r - r .. ,
Jon Erd - Hefwill dgingimgny things, like workfsohcoif and the essehtiai things like eating
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Sue Ball - She says that Qflejyyill beiiraveling around the fNOlffd.1 5
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Mike Chase He ewn4A5 atriines and haire game vary ihterestingiempiojrees.
Jo Ann Bloss - Accorciing1tofMike, Jo Annlwilfbeia etewardess tonione ofhis many airiines,
Jeff Collins L i-le wit? be livengfup north" and will be doing aliof offhunisng. i i A
Marijke Haas - Union ,Groye'S,, AFS student.iHqiiahdy.says that in years wiii be an .
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Sherry Thiell- She'pi36S are have a job andiive' irl-yanapaftmefliiin Florida, .1
Les Davis - He'II stiii be trying tonget through highiscitioolgi Av '
Steve Wartman- Ngngy Bgumgnn- CD
"YOU Sexy ThihQ" "wasted Days at wasted Nights" : '
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91s-79 volleyball Team- "i Like The Night Life" :-.
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Rick Meyer 8- Mike McMahon
"Send ln The Clowns"
Jofsfgffgggple., "A wud And crazy sin"
"Count On Me"
Football Pom Pon Squad-
Kristi Lidholm 81 Larry Davis-
"You Light Up My Life" Q
I Robbyn Welch-
DBVID Hllbflch 3' Bob G09fz' "Make Your Own Kind Of Music"
"A Time For Us"
1979 Senior Class-
"Looks Like We've Made it" Don Wilks-
"Thank God I'm A Country Boy"
James 81 Peter Ludwin-
Mariike Haas- .
"Such A Long Way From Home"
Students of Union Grove High- "Be True To Your SchooI"
The trials and tribulations of being a student are
many. Teachers asking for passes, Mr. K.
catching you with two cookies, being called to
the office because you weren't in 7th hour, and
parking two blocks from school then walking in
subzero weather are just a few of the dilemmas
U.G.H.S. students experience. Yet these are
things which a person can look back and laugh
at, no matter how humiliating they seemed at
the time. We the yearbook staff, hope to cap-
ture some of these moments with one more
look . . .
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1. Freshmen can't seem to let go of their child-
hood toys. 2. Michelle McBride takes time out of
studies to pose for a picture. 3. Rick Houdek
models his "tailor made" clothes. 4. Knock your
arrows . . . aim . . . release. 5. Seniors show their
spirit at Burning of the Letters. 6. Ken Acker and
Sherry Block take a break from school pres-
sures. 7. Juniors exhibit their acting talents dur-
ing their H.C. skit. 8. Freshmen are a common
sight in the library. 9. No matter what the age,
everyone likes a good football game.
What is a school? Webster's dictionary
defines a school as being a "place or
institution in which persons are in-
structed in arts, sciences, languages,
or any kind of learning . . . " Any kind
of learning at Union Grove includes
cheering at football games or just
spending a quiet moment in the library
reading a favorite magazine. A school
is also a "growing" place. lt is a place
where teenagers learn about the ups
and downs of growing up. School
serves as a mediator between the
home and the outside world.
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Through their valiant efforts and
that of the crowd, the Broncos
defeated Badger in our Home-
coming game by a score of 19-8.
Homecoming week was filled
with decorating halls, practicing
skits, and dressing up for the dif-
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1. Dan Welch shows off his new car. 2. Con-
fetti fills the air as fans cheer our Broncos on
to a victory. 3. Hurry boys! 4. Judy really has
her mind on what she's doing! 5. Freshman
find it hard to believe it's their first day of high
school. 6. Students wait their turn to talk to
Mr. Bark. 7. Juniors show their spirit at the
burning of the letters. 8. Lon Fesko cheers his
lt's often difficult to say, but
sometimes school has had it's
fun moments. Many times just
seeing your friends, or watch-
ing the best card player in sen-
ior center beat himself at soli-
taire, was enough to make a
boring day worthwhile. Even
sharing a small joke or know-
ing you weren't the only one
who burned your cookies in L
foods class, can make school
just a little more fun.
1. Senior Center is a place for study?
2. Foods Class brings in hungry appe-
tites. 3. Cindy lets the sun shine ln. 4.
Chris and Tammy go through their
daily schedule. 5, How many people
knew this was here? 6, Marijke and
Theresa share in a private joke. 7.
Flick Meyer and Mike McMahon use
their locker as an art gallery.
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With August came the start of another school
year. To most students it was to be another
nine months of their lives spent learning, but to
about 240 students at Union High, this year
would be something special. Their Senior year
had finally arrived. They would be seeing their
last homecoming game and taking the oppor-
tunity to skip out for the last time. ln all these
students were looking forward to a very good
1. Laura Osmundsen in the Homecoming parade.
2. Our Foreign Exchange Student Marijke Haas.
3. Senior Class Officers: Treasurer, Lesa Uhlenhake, Secre
tary, Cindy Chase, President, Robbyn Welch, Vice Presi
dent, Leo Davis.
4, Seniors hurry to their next class.
5. Kurt Niles seems to be totally engrossed in a magazine
6. Seniors busy themselves in Senior Center.
Ken Acker Shirly Ahmad Mike Aimone Jean Andersen
Laura Andry Terri Arndt Gene Asmann Heidi Asmann Karen Ballweg
Charlene Barnes Mike Battisli
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Lisa Becker Pat Behling Marlene Bensene
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Jill Bloss Sue Blum Doug Bohl
Cathy Bush Frankie Carter Frank Cerne
1. Senior couples dance at Homecoming.
2. John Johnson and Denise Hahn enjoy dancing to the
Toni Beck Diana Becker
Flick Bergles Sherry Block
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Gary Boldt Cathy Bower
Cindy Chase Ron Chase
Michelle Collins Jane Conrad
Debbie Criplean Linda Czernicki
Dave Cotiingharn Alan Cox Terry Crandall
Jim Dabbs Lester Davis Richard Day
Terry DeBrabander Jane Degen Nancy Demouiin
1. Pat Behling consults Mr. Piazzi about his homework,
2. The Advanced English participates in a group dis-
Ray DeMuynck Milt Deschler
Joy Dexter Steve Doonan Shannon Dukquits Wanda Duvall Dave Elton
Bill Epping Cindy Erickson Dan Erickson Barb Espinoza Rick Estock
Sherry Fellion Julie Ferguson Scott Fesko
1. Keith Gruber finds time to goof around in drafting
2. Keeping tabs in Business Ed
Leo Firkus Joyce Fitch
Ann Fliess Sharon Friend Paul Garstecki Jamie Geschke Ben Gillmore
Doug Gillmore Jess Giaus Dave Glebke Bob Goetz Jeff Graf
Flick Grant Keith Gruber Mike Gruettner
1. Bob Hagemann, Jim Barnhill and Jim Koelsch take
time to discuss nutrition in foods class
2. The noise in Senior Center doesn't bother Darwin
Bobby Gunderson Marty Haas
Karen Haegerl Bob Hagemann
Denise Hahn Donna Harcus Joe Hardie
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Karla Hardie Teresa Harris Bill Heidingsfeider Brian Hein Lynn Heinz
Kay Henriokson Chuck Hittman Jim Hoffman
1, Frank Cerne works on dissecting a cat.
2. Mike Jones displays his shiner and cowboy hat.
John Hribar Julie Huff
phrey Curt lglhaut Diana Jaeger Do J
nna aeger Randy Jarvis
JONN JOHNSON Keith Johnson Todd Johnson Mike Jones
Heidi Just Ronda Kalman Kelly Kamakian
1. Seniors and their dates enjoy the Homecoming dance.
2. Rick Grant finds Wendi Klein's art work very interest-
Cal Kastenson Tracey Kiser Wendi Klein Bill Koebert Greg Kusters
Jim Koelsch Joyce Koelsch
Bob Hagemann and Dan Welch are hard at work in
Gene Asmann looks up from his typing to smile for the
Linda Koelsch Rod Koenen Darwin Koerber Camera'
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Steve Korzinek Tammy Kriz Bob Ladwig Tom Landerman Duane Lange
Clayton Langemo Lori Larsen Steve Lawlor Ron Lee Sandy Link
Julie Longo Kathy Lueneburg
1. Pete Martin takes a break while decorating
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On, Matt Madsen Mike Marshall Pete Martin
Robin Marzahl Ellen Matuszewski Kris McCann Mike McMahon Tammy Meredith
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Chuck Minor John Mohrbacker Kathy Moran Jean Moser Joe Muller
Jett Mullikin Tim Muratore Marv Nelson Jana Neu Kitty Nichols
Joe Niedzialkowski Kurt Niles
1. Kent Tabor looks out the bus window.
2. Jeff Graf and Rob Sebranek concentrate in
Jeff Nisen Theresa Northup Laura Osmundsen
Fluth Paap A Greg Parchym Jeff Parr
Kelly Peterson Tina Peterson Kelly Petrie
Dave Peebles KHNWY Pete'
Monica Pitts Diana Plourde
Kathy Pomaville John Powell
Frank Cerne finds the discussion at hand very
Jane Degen and Rod Koenen display the new
clothing styles for 1979.
Mike Rieckhoff Scott Rieckhoft Steve Rosenstock Gregg Roth Randy Routheaux
Sandy Routheaux Mike Ftyddftef Cathy Saal Jim Schmeckel Margaret Schmidt
Judy Schwartz Robin Sebranek Dave Seddon
1. Ronda Kalman presents her Mom with a rose on
2. Dale Vyvyan likes doing his homework outside.
Mark Strasser Ggrdgn Swik
Kent Tabor Cheryl Theigs Chuck Thiele Kris Thom John Torres
Dave Tfeffeft LESS Ul'llef1h8k6 Cafmella Valenti Steve Valenti Terry Van Cleve
Dan Vosberg Dale Vyvyan
1. Eileen Bautch and Julie Longo find something funny
2. Ken Acker gestures to emphasize his point.
Bobbyn Welch Mary Welsh
Theresa Wilk Greg Wilkinson
Dan Wenman Darla Wennerstrand Becky White
Don Wllks Jennifer Worrell Sharon Yates
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After four eventful years of school, at
last the final June arrived for the class
of '79. The graduation ceremonies be-
gan. Baccalaureate was held on Sun-
day, June, 3. Many students participat-
ed in the ceremony each utilizing their
own special talent. Graduation fol-
lowed on June, 6. Flobbyn Welch,
Class President, acted as Mistress of
Ceremonies. The Class gift, presented
by Les Davis, was a press box donated
in the name of Sam Laketa. Scholar-
ships, awards and speeches were all
presented, but the final presentation,
the diplomas, were saved for last. That
long sought after goal had finally been
1. Anxious graduates line up quickly outside the
2. The turning of the tassles.
3. Our foreign exchange student Marijke Haas
receives her rose.
4. Flobbyn Welch, Mistress of Ceremonies.
5, Ah! The deplomas are here.
6. Toni Beck receives a scholarship.
7. Kitty Nichols, Valedictorian and Darwin
Koerber, Salutatorian give their address to-
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"lt's alot better being a Junior than a
Sophomore or a Freshman. lt's even
better than being a Senior. When
you're a Junior the fun's just beginning
because one has just gotten his license
and there is more to do. "When
you are a senior there's too many pres-
sures about oollege to really enjoy
yourself," stated one member of the
junior class, "life is just beginning, with
many more responsibilities."
1. Don Schauf frees himself from school. 2. Ju-
nior Class Officers: Sue Erickson, President, Lon
Fesko, Vice President Robin Link, Secretaryg
Jodi Orre, Treasurer. 3. Diana Hirsig concen-
trates on her target. 4. lsn't history class fun'?! 5.
Hail monitors catch up on the latest gossip. 6. A
table full of Jrs. is a cause for alarm. 7. Juniors
take a lunch break.
This years Juniors revived the tradition
of holding prom at school instead of
renting a hall.
To carry out the theme of "Knights in
White Satin", the small gym was trans-
formed into a garden of romance. The
Junior's hard work showed up in the
walk-through garden and the Water
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instead of renting a hall.
To carry out the theme of
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hard work showed up in the walk-
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over my shoulder!" 2. George-ne studies hard
for her next test. 3, Womens Lib hits the high
school. 4. Sorry, but we're out of that! 5. Now
this thing goes over here , , . I think, 6. Jeff
demonstrates the art of horn blowing,
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the play. 3. Rhonda, hey Rhonda wake up!! 4. Some people use the
library for what its really for , . . 5. Sandy Bizub makes use of her time
by playing tennis. 6. Diane Welsh takes pride in her work.
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worker. 5. The look of innocence 6. Flon Shultz studies his lines for
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Lunch brings some excited faces 3 Rick Shu
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AS freshmen walk through the
doors of Union High for the
first time, they leave behind
their grade school days and
begin a new phase of their
lives. All are reluctant to leave
behind the familiar faces, but
look with anticipation to what
the future holds for them.
The years class officers are
President, Shelly Schauf, Vice-
President, Roger Brieskeg Sec-
retary, Heather Scottg Trea-
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1. Freshman class officers. 2. One of the
many reluctant faces of the class of '82. 3. A
happy face for the morning blahs. 4. The first
day of school isn't the easiest. 5. Freshmen
art students. 6. Cathy Raith performs a pom-
pon routine. 7. Everyone always spots a ca-
The year started getting easier. We didn't get
picked on as much as in the beginning of the year",
stated one freshman. We began looking forward to
our sophomore year."
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soul, and teeth into that homework.
2. Lori Meroft finds time to laugh while
finishing her assignment. 3. Locker
chat. 4. Freshmen in the library.
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a while. 2. Our freshmen foot-
ball team is ready to win. 3. Jim
McBryde having a little fun sell-
ing concessions. 4. Science
class is full of class activity. 5.
Tom Stevens experiments with
a Bunsen Burner.
With the memories ot their first
year in high school tucked
anxiously awaits their second
year. lf they thought they had
fun as a freshmen just wait
the times only get better
says one upperclassman.
What will their sophomore
year bring with it? Many more
safely away, the class of '82
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1. Mr. Parks hands out Debate
awards to Freshmen. 2. Adam and
Cindy ready lor Sweetheart grand
march. 3. Freshmen cheerleaders
receive one year awards. 4. U.G.
out for a winning game.
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With Une More look At
"We might not have done as well
as the other sports, but I think
taking the first doubles confer-
ence championship was quite an
accomplishment. We've only
been around as a team for two
years and to have come this tar is
"pretty good." The team has a
desire to win and that's going to
help a lot in the future," com-
mented one player.
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Marting Flow 4 Shannon Duquits, Sandy Bizub, Tammy Buckett, Coach Prueferg Row 5 Diana
Row 1 Sharon Haasg Row 2 Chris Anderle, Beth Geschkeg Row 3 Jodi Orrep Ftow 4 Sue Stearns, Cindy
Heck, Diane Welshg Flow 5 Flobin Hanke, Denise Greskg Row 6 Lori Whistler, LuAnn Baumgart, Carrie
1 Bonnie Ball and Jane Hansen, first dou-
bles, captured the conference champion-
ship. 2 Coach Prueter gives the team a
few pointers before they start to practice.
3 Tracey Kiser receives the Most Valuable
Player award during the Awards Day at
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lt was an oft and on season in football for the
Broncos this year. They started out with an
easy win over St. Francis but then the pace
slackened. The Broncos highlighted their sea-
son with a Homecoming victory over Badger. ln
retrospect one player stated, i'Even though our
record didn't show it, we had a lot ot team spirit
and tried our best in every game."
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Row 1 Gene Asmann, Rick Bergles, Greg Roth, Matt Madsen, Rick Grant, John Torres, Marvin Nelson, Mike
Ryddnerg Row 2 Adam Green, Tom Servais, Chris Michel, Dan Wenman, Ron Chase, Marty Haas, Les Davis,
Don Schaufg Row 3 Keith Schackmuth, Bill Tuinstra, Joe Stussy, Greg Gee, Jeff Adams, Norm Roettgen, Paul
Stevens, Dusty Durkee, Lon Feskog Row 4 Andy Zemke.
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Comets. 2 Touchdown! 3 Football is a tiring
J V g, , tVkgV i sport. 4 Coach Cook gives the Broncos some
Q moral support. 5 We Won!!! 6 Concentration
" C 'L ' plays a big part in preparing for the game.
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"lt was a lot better this year than last
because we knew what the coaches were
talking about, more than we did last
"I had a better time this year because
when I was a Freshman there were too
many guys and the coaches didn't have
time to really concentrate on you."
Ftow 1: Todd Jung, Ed Erickson, Larry Krause, Mike Bodden, Mike Keeku. Row 2 Rory Johnson, Steve Hunsley, Mike
Halbur, Dave Tuinstra, Mike Henderson, Mark Lee Row 3: Bill Feder, Dave Studey, Loren Loomis, Kevin McMahon,
Mike Chase, Mike Gaura
"The freshmen have a lot of po-
tential and if they stick with foot-
ball l think that they'll definitly
add to the varsity program. Our
record was 2-4, with very close
scores on the ones we lost. This
was due to injuries which plagued
us all year. The team had a lot of
character and never gave up,"
commented Coach Potratz.
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Flow 1 Dan Nelson, Brian Collins, Lee Meyer, Dan Gunderson, Dan Crandall, Rob Schultz, Chris Sinda, Steve Goodrich, Joe
Kurthg Flow 2 Mark Willwock, Bill Alexander, Tom Straube, Brent Kultgen, John Repta, Rick Turnock, Adam Schweitzer, Tom
Goodluck, Jeff Lee, Tim Steinhoffg Row 3 John Madsen, Kent Kastenson, Carl Fritchen, Brian Chirigotis, Mitch Duda, Eric
Shackmuth, Nels Swenson, Flon Jorgenson, Brian Riedel
Broncos Go To State
The volleyball team continued their
winning tradition by capturing the SLC
title tor the second year in a row. They
also took first in the County Tourna-
ment. Bronco Backers cheered the
team to a regional and sectional victo-
ry which gave the Broncos a chance
for state competition. The road to Osh-
kosh was a rough one but the Broncos
of '78 possessed the determination
and desire to win a position among the
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Row 1 Debbie Keeker, Jill Nechvatal, Karen Ballweg, Terri Abelg Row 2 Lesa Uhlenhake, Julie Longo, Ronda Kalmang
Row 3 Eileen Bautch, Jill Baumgart, Tammy Meredith, Laura Osmundseng Row 4 Coach Shane.
UG 2 BRADFORD 1
UG 2 WHlTEWATER 1
UG 2 SALEM 1
UG 1 MUKWONAGO 2
UG 3 ELKHORN O
UG 3 BIG FOOT 0
UG 2 DELAVAN 1
UG 3 WATERFORD O
UG 3 BADGER O
Us 22 UG 2 EAST TROY 1
UG 2 BURLINGTON 1
UG 3 WILMOT O
EAGLE INVITATIONAL 3rd place
PARK INVITATIONAL 1st place
REGIONALS 1st place
SECTIONALS 1st place
STATE 8th place
1. The Broncos practice before one of their match-
es. 2. Tammy Meredith goes up for a spike. 3. Eileen
Bautch concentrates on getting her serve in. 4. The
loyal Bronco Backers cheered the girls to State. 5.
Ronda Kalman bumps up the ball to Terri Abel. 6.
Come on girls stretch! 7. Expressions speak for
themselves as the elated team holds up the section-
The Junior varsity volleyball team followed the exam-
ple set by the varsity squad by only giving up one
match this season. Each teammate contributed a
hundred percent to make the season a winning one.
Due to lack of experience the freshman team record
was not a winning one. "The girl's tried and with a
little more practice they should do all right next
year." commented Coach Stockero.
Flow 1 Linda Rieckhoff, Dawn Hubrich, Tammy DeGroot, Jane Degen, Tara Welch Flow 2 Ricki Zanella, Lee Heck, Mary
Smolic, Rochelle Goodrich, Coach Stockero, Vicki Plourde, Rita Seitz, Mary Zanella, Amy Burns
Row 1 Kathy Boblnger Joy Nechvatal Nancy Ballweg Nancy Andry Flow 2 Klrn Hansen, Shelley Schauf,
1 Jane Degen keeps the ball in
play with a saving bump. 2 Lee
Heck concentrates on getting
to the ball. 3 Jane and Tara
seem pleased during parent's
night. 4 Boy! hope I don't blow
This years cross country season
brought with lt girl competitors for the
first time. "Considering it was the first
year for them they did very well. The
girls usually kept up with us and didn't
complain too much about the work,"
commented one runner. Kai Hansen,
named "Most Valuable Runner", made
it to sectionals where he missed quali-
fying for State by one place.
Row 1: Tom Harris, Pete Martin, Holly Just Bonnie Ball Gail Schiterl Kai Hansen Keith Tabor Row 2 Mike
McMahon, Rick Meyer, Glenn Lowe, Chuck Minor Bill Kruase Kent Tabor Pat Shannon Kevin Walks Rick
1. Hard practice is what it takes to compete with the boys 2 The
team takes a breather after a tough practice. 3. And they re off
"We're got a very young and inexperienced team.
Most are freshman or sophomores. The team has a
lot to spirit and the girls try their best in every meet. I
think in a couple of years, we'll be pretty tough."
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1st Row: Sue Ryddner, Marla Shimkus, Kim Gilbert, 2nd Flow: Karen Halverson, Kim McNulty 3rd Row Miss Bonin Gail Schiferl Nancy
Andry, Holly Moris, Connie Gresk, Miss Brabecl 4th Row: Nancy Ballweg, Shelly LeMay Kris Hirsig Diane Ploskee Vicki Plourde
Senior letter winner Mi
chelle Collins has been in
gymnastics four years She
has been awarded the
"Most Valuable Gymnast
tor the past two years and
has been someone the
younger team members
Bad weather hampered the Broncos el'
this year. Unable to use the courts until
well into their practice season, the ten-
nis team won only one game. "We
really tried hard but l guess that wasn't
good enough. lt took us too long to get
our skills to where they should've been
at at the beginning of the season,"
commented one player. No player of
the year was named.
Row 1 Randy Kalman, Frank Cerne, Keith Grueber, Rob Gratg Row 2 Coach Pruefer, Norm Ro
Jamie Geschke, Ben Gillmore, Dave Moyer
ettgen, Curt Niles
Row 1 Ralph Hardie Todd Uhlir Jon Tubman Tom Goodluck Wendall Mackey: Row 2 Coach Crown,
Tim Steinhotf Stewart Crown Alan Frahm Kai Sorenson Roman Stachnow
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1. Coach Pruefer gives Frank Cerne and Curt
Niles a last minute pep talk. 2. Ben Gillmore
intensely returns a hard hit ball. 3. Randy
Kalman can't believe he hit that. 4. Concen-
tration .plays an important part of tennis. 5.
Where did it go? 6. Dave Moyer seems upset
with his last return.
Considering that this is
only the girl's second
year of conference com-
petition, they did a good
job. The team, coached
by Ulrich Adam, ad-
vanced to the second
game in their regional
playoffs. Two of the girls
were also named to the
All-Conference and All-
County teams. These
two girls were Julie
Longo and marcie
How 1 Renae Ftepta, Amy Burns, Terri Abel, Holly Just, Lisa Diem, Tammy Buckettg How 2 Marijke Haas, Carol McGrath, Diana Hirsig, Jill
Baumgart, Marcie Ftepta, Julie Longo, Cindy Heck
1. Terri Abel passes the ball out of
the reach of Wilmot. 2, The team
listens intently to Coach Adam. 3.
Julie Longo looks for someone to
help her out. 4. Managers of the
team are Sara Osmundson and
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Fonk Judy Rosclzewskl Tern Carngan Clndy Hansen
Row 1 Gaul Swuk Cully Slnnonsen Jean Meyers Patti Pietrazak, Tamrny DeGrootg Row 2 Mary Zanella, Carol Bergles, Lee Heck Justine
U.G. 35 30
U.G. 31 58
U.G. 37 53
U.G. 18 42
U.G. 18 75
U.G. 20 53
U.G. 21 . 60
U.G. 35 44
1 U.G. 41 48
U.G. 36 41
U.G. 9 55
U G 31 28
Bill McBeynolds replaced Norm Hirsig as
head coach of the Broncos this year. Even
though they started out "slow" the Broncos
rallied with the help of their new coach. One
player stated, "We had our problems at the
beginning ofthe season but that was sort of
expected since we had a new coach. Later
on we started to pick up and play like a
team. We were more in tune with one an-
other and that's as important as winning."
Flow 1 Dave Moyer Don Walks Ben Glllmore Jamue Geschke Bull Krause Charlue Lauber Norm Floettgeng Row 2 Andy Craven Mark
Murdoch Don Schaut Keith Schackmuth Kal Hansen Todd Dunnum Jon Tubman Clay Langemo mgr.g Flow 3 John Schaus mgr
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1 Coach McFleynoIds gives last minute mstructlons
to the Broncos 2 I got it! 3 Todd Dunnum goes for
two 4 Here you take it! 5 Jamie Geschke at
tempts a tmp In shot.
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Flow 1 Mike Orre, Mike Gaura, Paul Buol, Tim Madden, Stewart Crown, Glenn Lowe, Scott Dunnumg Row 2 Richard Peterson, Kai
Sorenson, Fred Tubbin, Craig Koch, Coach Jeudes, Randy Kalman, Daryl Lange, Flick Waupoose, Steve Hunsley
"I think we all grew up a lot and developed
better coordination. That really helped a lot.
We also worked more as a team than last
year. l had a better time this year than last
and we also improved over last year's re-
cord. lf we all continue to go out for basket-
ball the team should do all right."
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tion I think we did a good job. The team .
really wanted to wing even after the first few J '
loses that attitude was still there. lt eventu-
ally paid off too because we had a few
sectional qualifiers. With more experience
and hard work we'll really make a splash!"
Row 1 Jim Mohrbacker, Dave Tuinstra, John Johnson, Tom Wenmang Row 2 Coach Heideman, Tony Wenman, Charles
Wollmer, Mitch Duda, Dan Wenmang Row 3 Kelly Stoll, Hope Lawlor, Kathy Bobinger, Debbie Keeker, Jane Zeman
Even though the wrestlers didn't have
a winning season on a team basis, indi-
vidually the grapplers did well. Terry
DeBrabander and Rick Meyer wrestled
their way to conference champion-
ships. These two also made their way
to sectionals. Overall the wrestlers
showed much improvement and team
spirit. Rick Meyer was named "Wres-
tler of the Year."
33 DELAVAN 30
19 PARK 36
35 KETTLE MORAINE 28
7 EAST TROY 42
46 WILMOT 12
55 BADGER 12
24 WATERFORD 35
9 MUKWONAGO 48
21 SALEM 35
31 WHITEWATER 22
25 ELKHORN 26
25 BURLINGTON 31
58 BIGFOOT 6
NEW BERLIN TOUR 4th place
WATERFORD TOUR 4th place
Row 1 Dan Gunderson, Pete DeBrabander, Terry DeBrabander, Todd Jung, Mike McMahon
Row 2 Jamie Vargas, Mike Chase, Mike Tuinstra, Lonnie Fesko, Rick Estock, Marty Haas,
Bob Hageman, Mike Keeker, Greg Gee, Rick Meyer
JV Row 1 Chris Sinda Joe Smith Kevin Michel, Scott Andry, Jeff Thomas, John Gerow Row 2 ,Adam
Schweitzer Kevin McMahon Mark Lee Kurt Baumann, Rick Turnock, Andy Zemke Row 3 Loren Loomis, Joe
Konkol Paul Stevens Joe Stussy Brian Riedel Bob Wozniak
1 Todd struggles to keep his opponent down. 2 A win for Marty is a win
for the team. 3 Mr. Myers concentrates on what's happening to his
wrestlers. 4 Rick has trouble keeping control of his man. 5 Dan and Pete
practice wrestling at pre-season parent's night. 6 Sorry Ron, no body
slams! 7 Now what do I do?
"Golf is a lot more relaxing than any
other sport i've been in. We can
have a good time and stiil be com-
petitive. The coaches and the team
don't apply as much pressure for
you to do well which makes for a
better playing enviroment. You
can't perform to the best of your
ability with a lot of pressure. Even
though we didn't do too great this
year we all tried our best and that's
what really counts."
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Mike Kozen, Tim Bremel, Steve Meyer, Mark Yates
1. Some of the Varsity members get ready to
tee off. 2. Half the fun of golf is following the
balls, right? 3. Oops, I missed. 4. Time to go
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Under the guidance of a new coach, the
Bronco batters swung their way into section-
al play. "lt seems like we got our game to-
gether when we needed it most-at regionals.
I think the whole school was surprised when
we went on to sectionals. They didn't think
we could do it, but I guess it just goes to
show what a little determination can do.",
commented one player.
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Flow 1: Jeff Nisen, mgrg Dusty Durkee, Dave Cottlngham, Marv Nelson, Duane Lange, Lonnie Fesko, Todd Dunnum, Rich
Waupooseg Flow 2: Coach Juedes, Don Schaut, Dale Hansen, Ron Chase, Don Wilks, Lester Davis, Joe Stussy, Chuck Moos,
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1. Dave Cottingham gets his hand taped before the big
game, 2. Safe! 3. Lester Davis takes a few swings
before batting. 4. Come on, everyone down. 5. I got it, I
got It. 6. The team takes a breather before leaving the
dugout. 7. Dave Cottingham rounds third and heads for
"I think in a couple of years we'll develop
a strong team, but right now we're just
too young. We are inexperienced and
that's what hurts." commented one
A highlight of the season was seeing John
Johnson go to state in the 100 yd. dash.
Johnson was also named "runner of the
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1. Relay teams practice their hand-offs. 2. Mike Adsit
concentrates on making his jump. 3. John Johnson gets
a good start from the blocks, 4. I made it! 5. Help! 6.
They never told me they were going to move the Porta-
Row 1: Jim Sorenson, Bob Peterson, Joe Hampe, Fiory Johnson, Mike Adsit, Mike Orre, Kevin Madden: Row 2: Tim Madden, Greg Gee
Mike Keeku, Dan Nelson, John Johnson, Dan Christiansen, Greg Waldron, Mark Villwockg Row 3: Kent Tabor, Tom Harris, Brian Riedel
John Hagstrom, Keith Tabor, Jim Fiicker, Scott Rieckhotf
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"I had a lot of fun in track. I guess
the only thing I really hated was the
practices, but that's the only way
you could get better. The coaches
were a big help. They always knew
what you were doing wrong and
would spend time with you to cor-
rect it," stated one team member.
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1st Row: Paulette Mentink, Robin Kramer, Gina Marshall, Michelle Rieckhoff, Diane Lamping, Denise Gresk, Sue Ball. 2nd Row: Sherry
Olson, Julie Ament, Amy Burns, Renae Repta, Laura Osmundsen, Tammy Meredith, Rhonda Kalman, Terri Abel. 3rd Row: Chris Peterson,
Kim Hansen, Kris Hisig, Sue Henningfield, Gayle Schiferl, Holly Moris, Linda Rieckhoff. 4th Row: Holly Just, Annette Mentink, Nancy Anders,
Nancy Ballweg, Heidi Swenson, Elise Blunck.
1. Will she make it?
2. Gina Marshall looks relieved that her part ofthe relay is finally over.
3. Tammy Meredith practices what she does best - putting the shot
4. Chirs Peterson concentrates on keeping up her pace.
5. Happiness is also long jumping. Right, Nancy?
6. Did you get that?
Despite their record of 3-11, the Bronco girls did a
fine job. Terri Abel, "Most Valuable Player," also
received honors by making "first team All-County"
and "honorable mention All-Conference". Cindy
Heck also made the All-County team as did Tammy
UG, 6 MUKWONAGO 16
U.G. 4 WHITEWATER 9
U.G. 5 DELAVAN 28
U.G. 9 WATERFORD 19
U.G. 4 WILMOT 8
U.G. 4 DELAVAN 10
U.G. 1 MUKWONAGO 12
U.G. 3 WATERFORD 14
U.G. 12 WHITEWATER 14
U.G. 18 WILMOT 17
U.G. 6 SALEM 17
U.G. 4 SALEM 10 ,
U.G. 14 BURLINGTON 13 Q
U.G. 10 BURLINGTON 8
U.G. 4 SALEM 15
Row 1: Tara Welch, Cherly Theigs, Marcie Repta, Nancy Demoulin, Rita Seitz, Cindy Heck. Row 2: Jean Moser, Terri
Laura Andry, Tammy DeGroot, Lee Heck, Bev Espinosa, Tammy Buckett, Row 3: Coach Pauc, Jane Zeman, mgr.
Row 1 Ann Zeman, Renee Becker, Kathy Bobinger, Phyllis Bedard, Renee Hoffman, Jane Zeman, mgrg Row 2 Terri Carrigan, Cully
Simonsen, Patti Pietrzak, Andrea Kozan, Shelly Schaufg Row 3 Roxanne Laumann, Gail Swik, Coach Kaschinska, Peggy Degen
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1. Out! 2. Coaching is a very tiring occupation. 3. Tammy DeGroot
surveys the situation on the field before batting.
Cheerleaders are more than just
girls running around in short
skirts. Cheerleaders are a group
of people trying to interest others
in what's going on around
school. "lt's a feeling of really be-
longing to the team when you are
a cheerleader. You become close
to the players and when you
know a group of people that well
you don't want to see them fail.
You do everything you can to
help them win." Everything in-
cludes baking cookies, decorat-
ing lockers, buses, and locker
rooms. But most of all everything
includes being supportive-even in
a losing season.
Flow 1 Kristi Lidholm, Row 2 Patti Christiansen, Kirsten Martinsen, Chris Peterson
Flow 1 Toni Beck, Flow 2 Flobbyn Welch, Sharon Yates, Elise Blunck Row 3 Judy Peter, Cindy
Skibo, Sherry Olson
ketball Flow 1 Toni Beck Row 2 Judy Peter Sherry Olson Row 3
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J.V. Basketball Flow 1 Kirsten Martinsong Row 2 Jane Hansen, Shelly
Schaut, Bonnie Ball, Row 3 Patti Christianseng Row 4 Kristi Lidholmg Row
5 Chris Peterson.
Wrestling Flow 1 Tammy Meredithg Row 2 Sharon Yates, Joy Nechvatal, Eileen
Bautchg Flow 3 Lesa Uhlenhakeg Flow 4 Sharon Haas.
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Sports are a year around happening. They affect
everyones lives in a different way. The athlete
becomes more in tune to the needs of others. The
fan comes to respect the athlete in a way he never
thouoht possible. The parents, too, are affected
either by going to watch their sonfdaughter play
or by letting their kids goto a game. People learn
a lot from sports too. The athlete learns that win-
ning isn't everything but respecting your fellow
teammates is. Without that respect a team cannot
function. Yes, sports can teach us all something if
we just stop and think about it for a while. That
just goes to show us that learning can be fun.
With One More Look At
Bronco Spirit Backs Our Team
Row 1 Sue Heimerl, Kirsten Martinson, Karen Zimmerli, Sandy Koenig, Tammy Paisley, Sherry Olson, Sharon Haas, JoAnn Bloss, Judy Peter,
Sue Erickson, Kim Gilbert Bow 2 Bev Espinoza, Beth Bush, Bonnie Becker Beth Geschke, Darlene Acker, Toni Beck, Cindy Skibo, Cindy
Chase, Sandy Bizub, Wanda Kothlow, Diane Welsh, Barb Floutheaux Bow 3 Lisa Deden, Elise Blunck, Chris Olson, Bobbyn Welch, Nancy Koel,
Bonnie Ball, Jane Martin, Wendy Welsh, Sue Markiewicz, Denise Lebrick, Kim Kriz Missing-Carla Anders
Bronco Spirit has joined the cheer-
leaders and PomPon squad this year in
backing our Broncos. Painting signs,
giving a cheer, and adding school spirit it
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Student Council Strives To Represent UGHS
Tammy Meridith President
John Wollers Vice President
Kay Waupoose Treasurer
Jane Martin Secretary
assists in the
our school This
year they took
part in the
activities held a
blood drive and
Council is an
they are a
great group of
-etterwinners Break Homecoming Tracltior
Flow 1 Connie Gresk, Tammy Buckett, Margaret Knight, Vice President-Tracy Kiser, President-Lester Davis, Secretary-Treasurer-
Julie Longo, Cindy Heck, Elise Blunck, Dawn Hubrich Row 2 Leighanne Iverson, Tara Welch, Laura Osmundsen, Lesa Uhlenhake,
Ronda Kalman, Terri Abel, Eileen Bautch, Jane Degen, Jill Bloss, Holly Just, Shannon Dulquits, Rochelle Goodrich, Diana Hirsig,
Marty Haas. Flow 3 Tammy Degroot, Terry Debrabander, Marcie Ftepta, Benaw Flepta, Tammy Meredith, Karen Ballweg, Cindy
Erickson, Jane Martin, Jane Hansen, Bonnie Ball, Jodi Orre, Debbie Keeker, Jill Nechvatal, Jill Baumgart, Tammy Paisley Row 4 John
Johnson, Flon Chase, Mark Murdock, Jamie Geschke, Don Wilks, Bob Goetz Flow 5 Dean Zemke, Don Schauf, Keith Shackmuth,
Charles Lauber, Duane Lange, Marv Nelson, Bill Krause, Mike McMahon, Rick Bydnner, Matt Madsen, John Torres, Norm Boettgen,
Todd Dunnam, Dan Wenman, Frank Cerne, Kai Hansen, Jeft Dequisto, John Harris, Kent Tabor, Keith Tabor, Greg Roth, Mike
Letterwinners consists of athletes
who have participated in a sport
and have earned their letter. This
LETTER WINNERS CLUB year they sponsored Homecoming
and broke tradition. Homecoming
Les Davis, President court was picked not only from the
Tracey Kisefl V106 PfeSidem football team, but from Cross Coun-
Julie Longo, Secretary-Treasurer try' Voneybanl and girlvs Tennis as
well. The cIub's main goal was to
involve all sports in Homecoming
activities and judging by the 1978
turn out, it was a success.
AFS Welcomes lvlarijke to UGHS
Get Acquainted With
Marijke Haas is our AFS student. She is from
Holland, where she attended Thorbecke Col-
lege. Marijke says that many things are differ-
ent here at Union Grove. ln her school there are
no sports activities, cheerleaders, or pompon
girls. Also she said that the classes in Holland
are strictly the languages, sciences, and math-
ematics. There are no shop classes, art
classes, foods classes, and so on. Mariike also
told us that Holland is a very small country, but
a very modern one. The fashion is "stylish" and
everyone is into the "disco fever." She is enjoy-
ing her stay here in America, not to mention her
stay in Union Grove, but is looking forward to
going back home. Best of luck to you Marijke.
You will be missed.
Flow 1 Marijke Haas, Bonnie Becker, Angie Deden, Wanda Kothlow, Ms. Helgestad, Tracy Kuhn
Flow 3 Sandy Hickey, Amy Roth, Lisa Deden, Brenda Garrison, Michelle Schattner.
Chorus-"You Never Sung It Like Us"
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Row 1: Shelly LeMay, Jill Bloss, Cindy Chase, Beth Geschke, Jana lmmenschuh, Hope Lawlor, Jim Philbrick, Pete Martin, Peter
Ludwin. Row 2: Cary Nichols, Wendy Klein, Larry Krause, Ben Johnson, Bus Hansen, Keith Barth, Steve Wortman. Row 3: Tina
Peterson, Cindy Jorgenson, Barb Erwin, Ellen Matuszewski, Sue Ball, Kathy Kinner, Donna Weidephul, Flenee Becker, Wanda
Kathlow, Andrea Zemke. Flow 4: Brenda Garrison, Leola Morton, Corine Barth, Lisa Heinz, Jeanie Bonenfant, Bonnie Pattengale, Mr.
Krumberger, Heather Just, Jodi Orre, Michelle Schattner, Charlene Barnes, Debbie Vyvyan, Mary Welsh, Windy Light, Colleen
Carlson, Jane Zeman, Kris Schafer.
GAA Keeps in Srape
1st row Marcie Flepta, President: Marlene Bensene, Vice President: Gail Schiferl, Secretary: Sue Heimerl, Treasurer: 2nd row Holly
Morris, Sherri Strelow, Patti Pietrzak, Darlene Acker, Sue Henningtield, Karen Zimmerli, Sherri Olson, Jill Belles, Tina Wortel, Jenniter
Mommaerts, Wanda Kothlow 3rd row Jennifer Worrel, Kay Henrickson, Kathy Bower, Lee Iverson, Beth Bush, Barb Floutheaux,
Nancy Koel, Sandy Floutheaux, Lesa Deden, Cindy Hanson, Judy Perkins, Cindy Heck, Angie Deden. 4th row Michele Flieckhotf,
Sylvia Ftennert, Michele Gustin, Debbie Burk, Dennis Hahn, Cindy White, Mrs. Androff, Karen Koel, Miss Elgested, Renae Plepta,
Marijke Haas, Tammy Schwartz, Justine Fonk.
Ski Club Takes A Plunge Into The Snow
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Really A snow
Dave White, Jill Nechvatal, Kathy Johnson, Keith Barth, Jane Hansen,
Heather Just, Corine Barth, Jane Martin, Ellen Heinz, Hope Lawlor,
Becky White, Dan Welch, Ben Johnson, Sue Erickson, Kim Gilbert, Linda
Lipinski, Tim Geschke, Kirsten Martinson, Fiobbyn Welch, Lisa Heinz,
Beth Geschke, Brenda Garrison, Denise Gresk, Sandy Bizub, Michele
Shattner, Ellen Matuszewski, Larry Davis, Marlene Bensene, Merrit, Mill-
er, James Ludwin, Peter Ludwin, Lisa Deden, Bon Schulz, Linda Czer-
nicki, Caroline Wahl, Mike Henderson, Heather Scott, Kristi Houdek,
Kathy Palmer, Karen Ballweg, Jim Bergles, Kris Schaffer, Bobbin Cram-
mer, Becky Crammer, Leola Morton, Mark Polasky, Loren Babe, Kitty
Nicholsg President-Lisa Heinz, Vice-President-Bobbyn Welch: Secretary-
Kathy Johnson: Treasurer-Ellen Matuszewskig Ms. Dudag John Christen-
Art Club Pairts A Picture Cf 1600 Words
Flow 1 Ms. Schmidt, Jennifer Worrell. How 2 Ralph Hardy, Shelby Dukquits, Ted Pietrzak, Row 3 Tim Geschke,
Peter Ludwin, Bow 4 Michelle Bieckhoff, James Ludwin
FBLA Leads The Way
Flow 1 Lisa Schiefert, Sandy Koenig, Karen Zimmerli, Kim Gilbert, Sharon Haas, Ann Wilks, Kathy Harmann, Laura Andry, Jane Conrad, Kim
Kriz, Flow 2 'Linda Czernicki, Julie Huff, Kay Hendrickson, Marlene Bensene, Sherry Olson, Debbie Keeker, Tammy Paisley, Tara Welch, Flow 3
Barb Fioutheaux, Denise Hahn, Nancy Koel, Kelly Anderson, Cathy Bush, Ms. Charbogian, Mr. Olson, Lu Ann Baumgart, Carrie Nichols, Lana
Sethne, Bobin Smith, Jean Andersen, Tammy Buckett, Bow 4 Cheryl Theigs, Judy Perkins, Beth Bush, Laura Smith, Denise Gresk, Margie
Schmidt, Tammy Kriz.
Good Grades --- Entrance To Ni-IS
Flow 1 Julie Huff, Marge Schmittg Flow 2 Cathy Shannon, Kitty Nichols Jane Degen Toni Beck Denise Hahn Linda Czernicki Flow 3
Kathy Pomaville, Karen Strasser, Laura Osmundsen, Eileen Bautch Dan Wenman Ms Broshot Heidi Just Row 4 Don Walks
Flobbyn Welch, Karen Ballweg, Julie Longo, Frank Cerne.
Bow 1 Shelley LeMay, Linda Strelow, Audry Glodowskig row 2
Wanda Duvall, Bonnie Becker, Brenda Duvall, Peg Chmie-
lewski, Kathy Beading, Flow 3 Ms. Heigestad, Ms. Duckey,
A Thank You To "Coach Blaske" - Forensics
Lyle Schaefer Leola Morton Kathryn Nichols Lori Huggins Colleen Barth, Val Gee, Mrs. Robert Parks
Mr. Blaske has participated in forensics for
21 years as a coach but he has been in-
volved in forensics since high school. He
participated in forensics and debate in col-
lege. That is when he decided to go into
coaching. He trained at the University of
Whitewater, Wisconsin, then became a
coach at Union high. All the trophies in our
trophy case have been won while Mr. Blaske
has been our coach. He has been on various
committees and was president of the Wis-
consin Debate and Forensics Coaches As-
sociation for the year of 1977. Due to health
reasons Mr. Blaske will leave coaching. He
hopes to become the forensics director next
year. He will be missed as a coach, but he
says he will continue to urge students to
participate in forensics.
PomPon Girls Move Their Feet To The Disco Beat
Row 1 Vicki Wahl, Debbie King, 'Cindy Chase, Nancy Koel, Row 2 Carrie Bigham, Bonnie Pattengale, Shelly LeMay, Row 3 Barb
Floutheaux, Cathy Raith, JoAnn Bloss, Denise Lebrick, Beth Bush
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Row 1 'Beth Bush, Debbie King, Barb Routheaux, Jane Martin, Row 2 Cindy Chase, Sandy Bizub, Bonnie Becker, Karen Zimmerli,
Jo Ann Bloss, Row 3 Denise Lebrick, Lisa Deden, Bonnie Pattengale, Beth Geschke, Kim Kriz, Nancy Koel.
Our PomPon girls danced their
way into the hearts of us all. They
do a lot more than their routines.
They paint signs, cheer, and most
of all they put up with an occasion-
al skipping record. Captains Cindy
Chase and Beth Bush deserve a
big thank-you for adding some
pep to the halt-time activities.
Photo Club-"Smile, You're Cn Candid Camera"
Left to right: Mark Polasky, Mitch Duda, Gina
Pauze, Dan Heidingsfelde, Flon Jarvis, Melanie
Marshall, Julie Ament, Pat Arndt, Patty Christiansen, Peggy Chiemelewski, Mary
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Bow 1 Jill Nechvatal, Gail Schiferl, Tim Geschke, Sue Erickson, Rochelle Goodrich, Bow 2 Sara Osmundsen, Linda Cohill, Jane
Hansen, Jane Martin, Tammy Brixius, Elise Blunck, Diane Welsh, Row 3 Bill Krause, Mike Keeker, Lori Whisler, Tara Welch, Amy
Burns, Brenda Ziellnski.
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ist row Connie Barth, Lisa Heinz, Jon Christensen, Mrs. Duda, Linda Lipinski. 2nd row Keith Schackmuth, Larry Davis, Ellen
Matuszewski, Hope Lawlor, Cathy Johnson, Peter Ludwin, Russ Hansen, Justine Fonk, Kristi Houdek, Heather Just, Jim Bergles,
Ellen Heinz. 3rd row Loren Babe, Dave White, Tim Polsl, John May, Pat Shannon.
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ing night of The Fantasticksf' 2. Nancy- "Look
Mom Im a star." 3. Music is a universal Ian-
guage 4 Kathy and Tim appear to be mad at
each other 5 Say "CHEESE!" 6. Our pornpon
girls start at a young age. 7. Have you ever seen
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Summer disappeared and now it
was time to once again rise early
in the morning and return to
HomeComing week October 2-6.
Each day had its own memory.
Each class did their best to out-
do the other. The spirits were
high as competion between
classes went or. for the first place
battle. Anonymous Bronco fans
decorated the players cars to en-
courage a winning game. On Oc-
tober 6, Union Grove beat the
Badgers - a Bronco Victory.
The 1978 HomeComing court
was not chosen the same monot-
onous way as the years before.
The court was chosen from all
sports. The court was, Girls Ten-
nisg Tracey Kiser escorted by
Dan Wenmang Volleyballg Laura
Osmundsen escorted by Pete
Martin, Cross countryg Kent Ta-
bor and Tammy Paisley, Foot-
ballg Les Davis and Lisa Becker.
King John Torres and Queen
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1. Louisa and Matt sing of their love for each other. 2. Make-up
plays an important part in a play. 3. The "Fantastick" Cast. 4.
Matt defends Louisa from the kidnapper. 5. Mrs. Duda says a
prayer, before the cast goes on stage. 6. Lisa Heinz helps
Larry Davis rehearse his lines. 7. Mrs. Duda giving stage move-
ment direction to cast members during rehearsal. 8. Ellen
Matuzwski and Hope Lawlor, are playing their part as mutes.
The Fantasticks filled
romance songs and
dances. Nine student ac-
tors and a hard working
crew made Union High s
first fail production in re-
cent years a success.
the stage with fantasy,
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1. Laura Osmundsen played a saxaphone solo. 2. Heidi Just danced as well as played the clarinet. 3. Sharon did a modern
dance to t'The Sting," 4. Flobbyn sang to her dog Princess, from the Broadway play "Annie". 5. Junior Miss winners, 2nd
runner up irightl Kara Kopac, lrorn Martin Luther High School, 1st runner up lleftt Ftobbyn Welch and tCenterJ Judy
Schwartz, 1978-79 Junior Miss. 6. Judy's Dad congratulates her with a kiss. 7. Cathy Bigham crowned Judy Schwartz 78-
79 Junior Miss. 8, Denise Hahn sang and played the guitar for her talent. 9. Ellen recited a Prose Heading. 10. A piano solo
was played by Kitty Nichols.
Every year the Jaycees sponsor the Junior Miss Pag-
eant. This year nine girls tried out for the Junior Miss
title. The girls were judged on a personal interview
with the judges, individual talent, scholastic achiev-
ment, poise and appearance and a physical fitness
Each girl deserved to win, but as rules go, only one
could receive the title. Judy Schwartz was chosen
the 1979-79 Junior Miss Queen.
Sweetheart couples gathered to-
gether February 17, for the annu-
al Valentines Dance. Music was
played by "Big Tips Band"
Court members were Queen
Robbyn Welch and King Don
Wilks. Senior representatives Ka-
ren Ballweg and Jamie Geschke.
Amy Burns and Keith Sohack-
muth represented the Junior
class. Bonnie Ball and Tim Mad-
den represented the Sophomore
class. Representing the freshmen
were Cindy Meyer and Adam
Kay Hansen and John Petersen,
last years King and Queen,
crowned this years Sweetheart
1. Who's escorting who? 2.
Couples dance to "Big Tips"
Band. 3. 1979 Sweetheart
Court, 4. Court dances to the
theme song "lf". 5. Freshmen
representative, Adam Schweit-
zer hoids his bouquet? 6. Mr.
Bark passing out punch. 7.
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Pippin held the stage as Union High's
Spring Musical for six performances of full
houses. A cast of 60 and crew of 30 plus,
worked long months to bring this modern
rock musical with it's traditional morality
theme to our stage
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1. Lisa Heinz sings to Pippins grandmother. 2, Pip- E E
pin sings "Corner of the Sky". 3. John May "sees E E
the light" not on stage but backstage. 4. King lAI E E
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"It's hard to put a bunch of
voices together in such a short
time," quoted William Krum-
burger, chorus director, "but
they did it." A jazz band also
played and did a finale number
with the chorus. s
The group sang the acappella
numbers, "We Thank Thee
Lord," "The Willow Song" and a
Latin song, "Can Ta Te Do-
mino". There was a solo by Beth
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Life." 2. The chorus backbone, the piano players,
Lisa Heinz and Hope Lawlor. 3. Director of the
group, Mr. Krurnburger. 4. Parkside Jazz band
helped play along at the concert.
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1. Lori and Norm move to the sounds of "Tazz". 2.
79 Prom Court lst row Queen Robin Link, Crown-
bearers-Kaihy Katterhagen, Troy Mclileynolds, Kai
Hansen 2nd row "78" Queen Cindy Skibo, Lon
Fesko, Barb Fioutheaux, Jamie Vargas, Brenda
Sneller, Norm Hoeitgen, Lori Wnisler, Jill Baumgart,
Greg Gee, Jill Nechvatal, Charlie Lauber, Sue Erick-
son, Tim Gescnke, Ben Gillmore. 3. Couples enjoy-
ing Prom. 4. Nancy and Steve prepare for the grand
march. 5. Everyone enjoys a slow dance. 6. Moms
and Dads at Prom. 7, Juniors wait and watch for the
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With one more look at our everyday routine. Summer and winter pass
through the year. We all visit the cafeteria quite frequently for hotdogs or
ravioli or fish on Fridays. The library, which helps us with those resource
papers. The classroom where we learn about life. Study Hall, which really
isn't a favorite, and outside where we go for our free time. The year has
gone by and now its time to say Good-By to our 1979 school events.
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Handy and Keith share a secret in study hail. 5. Sherry and Ken Acker enjoy the
Honor Day is exciting for
everyone. Who's going
to get the Outstanding
Senior award, or the
Dick Dilley award and
who will get letters?
Some of this years win-
ners were Kitty Nichols
with the Outstanding
Senior Award from Burl-
ington Press. Jamie
Geshke received the
Dick Dilley Award. Don
Wilks was awarded the
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phy. The 1979 Salutato-
rian was Darwin Koerber
and the Vaiedictory
Award went to Kitty Ni-
Congratulations to all
1. Marijke Haas makes her farewell speech.
2. Girls Basketball MVP, Julie Longo. 3. De-
bate members proudly accept their awards.
4. The Dick Dilley Award went to Jamie
Geschke. 5. Fion Chase accepts his trophy
for tootballs MVP. 6. Mr. Sullivan hands out
band Letter Awards. 7. 1979 Emcees: Jane
Degen and Les Davis.
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The primary purpose of the guidance department is
"service to students". Assistance in selecting
classes, scheduling classes, assistance with individ-
ual problems no-matter what the nature, help in se-
lecting post-graduate schooling, checking credits for
graduation, assisting in filing college applications,
and financial aid forms, giving information regarding
scholarships, maintenance of student records, pre-
paring transcripts are just a few ofthe service that till
the days of the counselors. Besides these the coun-
selors attend department-chair meetings and involve
themselves in curriculum change and in this way
serve the needs of the student. Every attempt is
made to make the guidance department the "friend-
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