Galesburg Augusta High School - Rambler Yearbook (Galesburg, MI) - Class of 1964 Page 1 of 104
Pages 6 - 7 Pages 10 - 11
Pages 14 - 15
Pages 8 - 9 Pages 12 - 13
Pages 16 - 17
Show Hide text for 1964 volume ( OCR) Text from Pages 1 - 104 of the 1964 volume: “ mm RAMBLER _ AmuqI Qboffo 1964 R 4uvibll i Co-Editors: SHARON UPSON DALE MARTIN Business Manager: BOB DeNOOYER Circulation Editor: LYNN WILLIAMS Classes: JOANNE DINZIK, Editor ANN RAYMER SUE WILLIAMS Activities: ROGER BOWER, Editor ROSEMARY REED Organizations: BARBARA VanANTWERP, Editor BARBARA WILSON SUZYE MYERS Sports: JIM GROH, Editor DORMAN WILSON Junior Apprentices: DAN BETZ BETSY BIGLEY DALE DeHAAN RUTH RIDDLE MARDIE SCHISSEL Photography: SUTULA STUDIOS QizllesbuM} - Kw ustou l-flglv Qcho l i The Annual Staff is dedicating the yearbook to President John Fitzgerald Kennedy. This year, above all in our generation, is one in which we all must pause and give serious thought to our future. The assassination of President Kennedy has awakened this thought in all of us. Our generation must carry forward the ideals of our late President. Let us give serious thought to what, without a doubt, will be¬ come very hallowed words - “Ask not what your country can do for you, but what you can do for your coun¬ try ' Education is in itself a wide and heavily traveled pathway. There are many forks in this pathway - each leading to some goal set by those who are traveling upon it. Therefore, let us do our share by setting a goal for ourselves which will further the progress of our great country and its leadership in the world. We are proud of our school, our faculty, and our great heritage. Throughout this book we are portraying the great gifts that are ours for only the desire or quest of knowledge. The opportunities are being passed to you, future graduates, so let us not become placid, but rush forward in our goals to better serve our country and keep that “Eternal Light " burning. Sharon and Dale Owo A w, CHARLES C. COGGINS Superintendent As we see Mr. Coggins coming down the walk, we are reminded of the many visits he has paid us, both while the school was being built and after we had moved into it. Mr. Coggins “took over the reins ' of the super intendency in the midst of our building program. His work was well planned and his leisure time limited while he supervised all the details connected with building a new school. Mr. Coggins was educated at Eastern Michigan University where he received a B.S. degree and at the University of Michigan, where he earned a Master ' s degree. Mr. Coggins brought with him to Galesburg his active and enthusiastic family. His wife teaches high school English and two of his children have graduated from our school. His dog “Ricky " nearly replaced the “Ram " as the school mascot, but the Coggins ' new pet “Cleo " will find it most difficult to replace “Ricky ' s " position in the main office. Mrs. Wheaton has been with our system for 18 years. She is present¬ ly serving as Mr. Coggins ' “right hand man. " She is definitely an integral part of our school. 4 WESLEY R. BURRELL Principal Mr. Burrell joined our teaching staff in 1949 as a Junior High instructor, and became principal the next year. He received his A.B. degree from Eastern Michi¬ gan University and continued his studies at the University of Michigan where he obtained his Master ' s Degree. Of course by now his characteristic bow tie, interest in guns. Civil War discussions, and taking movies at the football games are a few of the things we will remember. Then too, some students may remember the times he spoke to us about our conduct in the assemblies, halls, or about the paper on the floor. However, we feel sure his guidance has left its mark on each of us, thereby preparing us to accept our place in society. Mrs. Lounsberry has worked in the high school office for 7 years. Her helpful and ambitious dispo¬ sition have a very soothing effect on the students ' " urgent " problems. Her sunny smile and pleasant ways will not be forgotten. £ckoO BtnpQoi jGGS DOROTHY ANDREASON WAYNE BERGER " Huck Finn ' - highly intelli¬ gent - witty humor - puns - " I want to go home.” Counselor - sports whiz - I.Q. Tests - score keeper - " light - ning lover” THELMA EDWARDS Commercial Club - Co-ops - happy-go-lucky - Annual Staff - smart clothes. IRENE KING Home Ec. - very conscientious - ”our Heloise” - loves cooking. Wa, Ou« Rwuliu • • VIRGINIA WINTER G. A. A., girls counselor - very athletic - " squads” DOMINIC COURT ROGER BOOMERSHINE Shop classes - measles - bus driver. Red Monza convert - laughable person - -lit” classes - 100% behind sports - dramatics - talented performer. RUTH BURRELL ”Sh-Sh-Sh-! This is a library . . ., " - good dresser - books books-books - in a rush. Best Physical Education class in the K. V. A. - " Coach " - coach ' s office - (a mad jungle) - $ mak¬ ing projects. JEAN COGGINS Typing - " How to Win Friends and Influence People " - Good Joe - Drivers Education - " Mr. Ann Landers. " Tke$ um BASKETBALL - duh! - April - " little podium " - stilts - winter ulcers - " big cars. " THOMAS CAREY English - house plants - Senior class sponsor - very kind - Fu¬ ture Nurses. Chorus - director - band trips concerts - music - Sophomore class sponsor. george McGinnis " Basically, " r-e-a-l-l-y built - field trips - ferocious coach - gum ... - " in reference to " JOHN WAGAR " Neat desk " ... - superior teacher - teenage bus driver - (chicken) - hit and run driver - " decorative house. " MARY DORAN Art class - colorful smocks - lovely smile - Kindergarten - beautiful displays. Pepsi-cola - colorful bulletin boards - Mr. Novak - good looking - social studies - helpful. Sincere - ” electric chair” - history - baseball games - " 6-th grade” - chalky hands. French class - speedy V. W. - control tower - " Parlezvous francais” - Si! French Club - Jr. High. OuA BoojuL BACK ROW: E. Powell, R. Greene, D. Weisbiat, Supt. C. Coggins. FRONT ROW: P. VanSickler, R. VanVranken, M. Raymer. T. Farmer, M. Balch, B. Vroegop, G. Bufe R. Sutton ) ■K J A L. Elsholz, T. Sheppardson P. Meldrum, A. Tomas Wo£i(MjoJl f-fotuw Qocl ta This year there were eleven members inducted into the G-A Chapter of the Nation¬ al Honor Society. They were: Judy Apfel, Viki Reed, Sharon Upson, Lois Drake, Dale Martin, Ann Raymer, John Oldt, Marilyn Brackney, Joanne Dinzik, Roger Bower, and Barbara Van Antwerp. This Society is the highest honor for a high school student. The members were chosen on the basis of scholarship, leadership, character, and service to the school by a faculty committee. D.A.R. PILGRAM . . . Barbara Van Antwerp was select¬ ed by the Senior girls and the faculty. She was chosen because of her dependability, citizenship, and leader¬ ship: Barbara is affiliated with dramatics and Future Nurses. She plans on entering the nursing career. CO-VALEDICTORIANS Mary Stoeffler John W. Oldt This year the highest honor in a high school career, that of being valedictorian, is shared by Mary Ann Stoeffler and John Oldt. Both students obtained their average of 3. 83 while taking a College Preparatory course. John majored in Math, Science, English, Social Science, and minored in Physical Education. Mary Ann earned major credits in English, Math, Science, Com¬ mercial, Music, and Social Science. Mary plans to study math in college, and John will enter Albion Col¬ lege to study Sociology in preparation to be a social worker. Qcholct tiC No ms Sharon Upson holds the position of saluta- torian this year. Her average was 3.80. Sharon majored in Math, Science, Eng¬ lish, and Commercial, and minored in Foreign Language, Physical Ed¬ ucation, and Social Science. Sharon will enter Bronson School of Nursing after graduation. O (fjucm JUDY M. APFEL " Jud " . . . accident prone . . . John Stites . . . Notre Dame . . . plays trombone. Band 1,2,3,4, Dance Band 1, 2.3.4, Chorus 2,3, Pres. 4, Class Sec. 2, Concess. 1,2, FNA 3,4; FT A 1,2,3,4; GAA 18.104.22.168, Pep Club 1,2,3,4. RONALD G. BARE " Ron " ... our " new " boy . . . " built " our float . . . seen wearing varsity sweater (Port¬ age) . . . blonde hair. Chorus 4, Wrestling 4, Trans¬ fer from Portage. JULIE A. BECKER " Julie” ... ' 56 Ford . . . sprinter . . . friendly. Bowling 2,3, Com ' l Club 3,4, GAA 2,3,4, Y-Teens 3, Treas. NANCY C. BECKER " Nancy " . . . quiet . . . seen with Judy . . . wears jewelry. Com’l Club 3,4, FHA 2, Pres. 3,4, Library Club 2,3,4. VANCE E. BIGLEY " Vance " . . . black leather jacket . . . carry-out boy at Hardings ... the " wolf " in Thurber ' s Carnival Football Res. 1,2, Rampages Sport Editor 4, Wrestling 4. CAROLINE J. BLODGETT " Caroline " . . . good bowler . . . quiet. . . Gerald ' s class ring. Bowling 3, Sec.-Treas. FHA Vice-Pres. 2,3, GAA 1,2,3,4, Pep Club 1,2,3. CHERYL A. BOR N " Cheryl” . . . Kim Stager, junior year . . . New Mexico . . . cute laugh. Concess. 3,4, FHA 1,2,3, GAA 2,3,4, Library Club 3, Pep Club 1,2,3, Y-Teens 3,4. EDWARD R. BOWER " Rog " . . . student council . . . I have a headache that would kill most people . . . leader . . . Hardings . . . sharp clothes. Annual Staff 3,4, Class Pres. 2, Football Res. 1, MUNA 3,4, Student Council 1,3, Pres. 4. MARILYN J. BRACKNEY " Marilyn " . . . olive complex¬ ion .. . shiny black hair . . . sophomore float ... the " boy " next door. Class Vice-Pres. 2, GAA 1, Concess. 3, FNA 1,2,3,4, FT A 4, Pep Club 2,3,4, Homecom¬ ing Court 2, Girls’ Tennis Team 2,3, Rampages 3. A SUSAN E. BUSHE " Sue " . . . Attractive legs . . . French horn . . . Renault . . . accent. AFS 4, Band 1,2,3,4, Dance Band 4, Chorus 1, Bowling Club 2, GAA 2,3,4, Girls’ Tennis Team 4, FTA Sec. 3, Pep Band 2, Rampages 3, Band Oueen 2. 15 DAVID A. CARPENTER " Dave " . . . won 4-H trip to Chicago . . . entomology . . . speed demon ... red hair. Basketball Manager 3, Ram¬ pages Business Manager 3, Track 2,3,4, Varsity Club 3,4. BARBARA J. CHAPMAN " Barb " . . . tiny waist . . . red Fiat . . . pretty face . . . Gary. FHA 1,2, FNA 1,2,3, GAA 1, 2,3, Pep Club 3, Rampages 4. SHARON K. CREE " Sharon " . . . green chevy . . . co-op . . . Roy . . . ma¬ jorette. Class Sec. 3, FNA 1, Sec. 2, Vice-Pres. 3,4, Com’lClub2, 3, Sec. 4, GAA 1, Pep Club 3, 4, Rampages 3. HEMA DANDEKAR " Hema " . . . " our " student from India . . . architecture is her future . . . long black hair . . . warm personality . . . beautiful sarris. AFS 4, Homecoming Honorary Queen 4. JULIA M. DANIEL " Julie " . . . freckles . . . white glasses . . . enjoys sing¬ ing and dancing. Chorus 1,3,4, FHA 3. 16 ROBERT A. DENOOYER " Bob” . . . football manager . . . biology cadet teacher . . . neat dresser . . . yellow Buick ... the girl next door. Annual Staff 4, FT A 3, Foot¬ ball Manager 3,4, Tennis 1, Rampages 3, Varsity Club 4. JOANNE S. DINZIK " Joanne " . . . sweet . . . horses . . . " Queenie " . . . Mr. Wagar’s helper . . . ”1 just know I flunked it " . . . active. AFS 3, Student Rep. 4, Annual Staff 4, Class Sec. 4, FHA 1, FT A 3, Pres. 4, GAA 1,2, Sec.- Treas. 3,4, French Club 1, Treas. 2, Pres. 3, Sec. 4, Homecoming Queen 4, Pep Club 1, Vice-Pres. 2, Sec. 3, Pres. 4. LOIS A. DRAKE " Lois " . . . loyal . . . nice personality . . . proposed to Mr. Kiewet . . . dramatics . . . Lars. " Com ' 1 Club 2,3,4, Fall Play 2, 4, Spring Play 2, Pep Club 2,3, 4, Y-Teens 3. HAROLD J. ECHTINAW " Junior " . . . coin hound . . . stock cars . . . friendly. Band 1, Chorus 1,2,3,4, Coin Club 1, Pres. 2, Wrestling 3, 4, Rampages 4. JERRY L. ELDRED " Jer " . . . New Mexico . . . girls, girls, girls . . . broke tackle records . . . carefree. Transfer from New Mexico, Football, Var. 4, Varsity Club 4. 17 PAT A. FIEDOREK ’’Pat ' . . . " Mr. Morrison is unfair " . . . Dave . . . full of fun . . . neat hair . . . out¬ door market . . . white Ford convert. Cheerleader Var. 3,4, Com’l Club 2,3, French Club 1,2, FHA 1, GAA 1.2,3, Pep Club 1,2,3,4. GERALD J. FLESER " Jerry " . . . Colleen . . . blonde hair . . . Foodtown . . . pleasant. LOU ELLEN FLOOK " Lou " . . . swimming pool . . . parties . . . Jim ... the " bomb " (maroon Chevy) . . . full of spirit. Annual Staff 3, Bowling Club 1, Cone ess. 1,2,3, FTA2.3, GAA 1, Pres. 2,4, Spring Play 3, Pep Club 1,2,3, Vice-Pres. 4, Rampages 2,3, Cheerleader Var. 4. JAMES A. GROH " Jim " . . . Opheim, Montana . . . Lou ... a goin ' DeSoto . . . impressive vocabulary . . . O-ro-ho! Transfer from Montana 3, Class Pres. 4, Football Var. 3,4, MUNA 3,4, Wrestling 3. DAVID M. HAYES " Dave " . . . quiet ... a good wrestler . . . cowboy boots ... big build . . . nice. Wrestling 3,4. 18 ARTHUR R. HENDERSHOT " Art”. . . wrestling captain ... K. V. A. second team . . . bashful but fun. Football Res. 2, Var. 3,4, Wrestling 3, Captain 4, Var¬ sity Club 3,4. DENNIS A. HIGGINS " Benny " ... ' 56 Chevy . . . curly hair . . . Higginstool . . . his ambition - farming . . . all-around good guy . . . out¬ standing in his field. Class Treas. 2, Vice-Pres. 4, Football Res. 2, Basketball Res. 1.2, Var. 3, Captain 4, Base¬ ball 1,2,3,4, Varsity Club 1, 2.3, Treas. 4. DARRYL L. HORSFALL " Darryl " . . . rides a moving cycle . . . pals around with Vance . . . silence is deceiv¬ ing. Football Res. 2, Baseball 1. RUTH ANN JOHNSTON " Ruth Ann " . . . military ball . . . goof-off . . . striking appearance . . . outgoing per¬ sonality. Band 2,3,4, Com’l Club 2,3, Concess. 2,3, FNA 1,2, Treas. 3 and 4, GAA 1,2,3,4, Pep Club 1,2,3,4. DERALD A. KIRKLAND " Derald " . . . ruddy complex¬ ion .. . Pam A . . . Creative writer. 19 VICKY A. LA COSS " Vicky " . . . soft-spoken . . . petite . . . Gobles ... eats like a bird. Com’l Club 4, French Club 1, FNA 1,2,4, Pep Club 4, Ram¬ pages 4. KENT W. LOUNSBERY " Kent” . . . music is his life . . . Comstock . . . Jeannie . . . lots of spirit . . . ma¬ roon Ford. Band 1,2,3,4, Dance Band 1, 2,3,4, Football Res. 1,2, Var. 4, Tennis 2,3,4, Pep Club 1, 2,3,4, Varsity Club 3,4. 20 LOLENE V. LOVELAND " Lolene” . . . blonde hair . . good in dramatics . . . Reggie . . . New Mexico. FHA 2,3, GAA 3, Cheerleader Res. 1, Var. 2,3, Fall Play 3, Pep Club 1,2,3. DALE G. MARTIN " Dale " . . . does anyone have a kleenex? . . . baby face . . . Sullivan ' s . . . Basketball crazy. AFS 3,4, Annual Staff 3, Co- Editor 4, Class Treas. 1,3, Coin Club 1,2, FTA 1,2,3,4, Football Manager 1,2,3, Var. 4, Baseball 2,3,4, Varsity Club 1,2,3, Sec. 4. lucky mcdaniel " Lucky " ... fast red bomb . . . always friendly . . . hap¬ py-go-lucky. Bowling 1,2,3. DIANNE M. MILLER ’’Dianne” . . . root beer stand . . . cafeteria help . . . friend¬ ly .. . blond hair. FHA 1,2,3, FNA 1,4, Concess. 4, Pep Club 1,2,3,4. JOHN W. OLDT " Johnny” . . . Snack Bar . . . " all right” . . . goin’ fishing? . . . Metro . . . cute and cuddly . . . serious goals . . . Johnny- Do-No- Wrong. Annual Staff 3, Class Pres. 1, Coin Club 1,2, Rampages 2, Student Council Pari. 4, Teen- sters 1,2,3, Varsity Club 3,4, Football Res. 1,2, Var. 3,4, Basketball Mgr. 1,2,4, Track Mgr. 1,2,3,4. ANN L. RAYMER " Abe” . . . umm . . . Dorm . . . outdoor market . . . sum¬ mers at the lake . . . short skirts . . . Boy Scout Camp . . . sincere. AFS 3,4, Annual Staff 4, FHA 1, French Club 1, Sec. 2, Treas. 3,4, GAA 1,2,3,4, Pep Club 1, Treas. 2,3,4, Ram¬ pages 2, Associate Editor 4, Student Council Sec. 3, Vice- Pres. 4. SUZYE C. MYERS " Suzye” . . . terrific artist ... ’1 want to be an elephant " . . . cute little giggle . . . She’s one of a kind. Annual Staff 4, Concess. 3,4, Fall Play 4, FNA 2,3,4, FT A 4, Pep Club 3,4, Student Coun¬ cil 2,4. DEBORAH J. NASH " Debby” . . . leader in GAA activities . . . works in cafe¬ teria ... a Ford . . . neat appearance. Bowling 1,2, Chorus 1,2, GAA 1.2, Vice-Pres. 3,4, Girls Tennis 1,2,3. 21 MICHAEL J. RECK " Mike " . . . Holiday Inn . . . Chevys . . . builds ' em up and tears ' em down . . . Com¬ stock . . . " you wouldn ' t be¬ lieve this, but. " Band 1,2,3,4, Dance Band 1, 2, Pep Band 1,2, 3,4, Varsity Club 3,4, Football Res. 1,2, Var. 3,4. JUDY A. RIEMANS " Judy " . . quiet . . . silver class ring . . . sweet disposi¬ tion. Chorus 1,3, FHA 3,4, Y-Teens 4. 22 ROSEMARY REED " Rosie " . . . pretty complex¬ ion . . . cheerful . . . always a helping hand . . . candy striper . . . dramatics. AFS 4, Annual Staff 4, Concess. 1,2,3,4, Fall Play 1,3,4, French Club 1,2, FNA 1,2,3, Vice-Pres. 4, GAA 1,2,3,4, Library Club Treas. 4, Pep Club 1,2,3,4, Y-Teens 1,2. VIKI L. REED " Viki " . . . rosy cheeks . . . lots of vitality . . . limber . . . dramatics. Fall Play 3,4, Spring Play 2,3, FHA 1, FT A 2, Pari. 3, Vice- Pres. 4, GAA 1, Vice-Pres. 2, Pres. 3 and 4, Pep Club 1,2,3, 4, Y-Teens Pres. 3, Cheerlead¬ er Res. 1,2, Var. 3,4. GAIL F. SMITH Fail . . . root beer stand . . . ox . . . Schartz ' s . . . " drags " . . . Triumph. Co-Op 4, Com ' l Club 2, Treas. 3 and 4, GAA 1,2,3,4, Pep Club 1,2,3,4, Rampages 3. . JEFFREY R. SMITH " Jeff " . . . quiet, until you know him . . . black Fairlane . . . " Burgerchef. " Band 1,2,4, Dance Band 1,2,4, Pep Band 1,2,4, Bowling 1,2, Varsity Club 2,3,4, Football Reserve 1,2, Varsity 3,4, Base¬ ball 1,2. MARY ANN STOEFFLER " Mary " . . . Band . . . Inter- locken . . . giggles. Band 1,2, Sec. 3,4, Dance Band 3,4, Class Vice-Pres. 3, Pres. 4, FNA 3, GAA 1,2,3,4, Pep Club 1,2, 3,4, Rampages 3. SHARON M. UPSON " Sharon " . . . Jon Reed . . . Candy Striper . . . Rambler . . . Mrs. BurrelDs " Chief " librarian. AFS 3,4, Annual Staff 3, Edi¬ tor 4, Class Vice-Pres. 3, Com ' l Club 3,4, Concess. 2, FHA 1, FNA Treas. 1, Vice- Pres. 2,3, Sec. 4, FTA 2, French Club 1, Pres. 2, GAA 1,2, 3,4, Girls ' Tennis 2,3, Library Club 1,2, Vice-Pres. 3, Pres. 4, Pep Club 2,3, Ram¬ pages 3, Student Council Treas. 4, Y-Teens 1,3. KATHY L. TITUS " Kathy " . . . Frosted hair . . . Lake Michigan . . . Rease Cups . . . boys? Com ' l Club 2,3,4, FHA 1, GAA 1.2, 3,4, Homecoming Rep. 1, Pep Club 1,2, 3,4, Rampages 4, Student Coun cil 1, Teensters 1 . 2 . WILLIAM THOMAS " Bill " . . . Roxy . . . wrestling . . . flirt . . . good sport. Hi-Y 2,3, Varsity Club 3,4, Basketball Mgr. 1,2, Track 1, 2,3, Wrestling 2, Capt. 3. 23 THOMAS R. WAYNE " Tom " ... " I talk a lot " . . . " Bowl " . . . good sport ... a big boy . . . " the one and only cereal. ” Coin Club 1, Varsity Club 2,3, 4, Football, Res. 1,2, Var. 3, 4, Basketball, Res. 1,2, Track 1,2, 3,4, Wrestling 3. JERRY A. WHEAT " Jerry " . . . Chrysler fan . . . big record buyer . . . likes un¬ derclassmen girls. Bowling 1, Chr. 2, Spring Play 4, Library 4, Rampages 4, Base¬ ball 1. BARBARA J. VAN ANTWERP " Barbie " . . . 4-H . . . de¬ pendable . . . sunny disposition . . . active FNA member . . . good time Charlie. AFS 4, Annual Staff 3,4, Class Treas. 4, Concess. 2,3,4, Fall Play 2,3, Spring Play 3, FNA 1,2,3, Pres. 4, French Club 1, 2, GAA 1,2,3,4, Pep Club 2, 3,4. JACK L. VAN AVERY " Jack " . . . all-around athlete . . . wavy hair . . . " Sax” fun and friendly . . . wonderful folks ... 54 Buick. Band 1,2,3,4, Dance Band 1, 2,3,4, Varsity Club 2,3,4, Football, Res. 1,2, Var. 3, Co-Capt. 4, Baseball 1,2,3,4, Basketball, Res. 1,2, Var. 3. JOYCE K. WHEELER " Joyce” . . . sweet smile . . . " I could just do this to you " . . . Mrs. Greene’s co-op . . . beautiful clothes. Com ' l Club 2,3,4, Co-Op 4, GAA 1,2,3, FHA 1, Pep Club 1,2,3. 24 SUE E. WILLIAMS " Sue " . . . Iowa . . . Cut-offs . . . Outdoor Market . . . Larry . . . Enthusiastic cheer¬ leader . . . class cut-up . . . truthful. AFS 3,4, Annual Staff 4, Con- cess. 1,2, Spring Play 3, French Club 1,2, 3,4, FHA Pres. 4, FNA 1,2,3,4, FT A 2,3, Pari. 4, GAA 1, Sec.-Treas. 2,3,4, Pep Club 1,2, 3,4, Rampages 3, Homecoming Representative 3, Student Council 3, Cheerleader, Res. 2, Var. 3,4. KAREN L. WHIPPLE " Karen " . . . black bug . . . Clyde . . . long wavy hair . . . enjoys singing. Chorus 1,3,4, FHA 2, GAA 1, Y-Teens 3. X LYNN A. WILLIAMS " Lynn " . . . slender . . . likes horses . . . naturally curly hair . . . proficient typist. Annual Staff 4, Com ' l Club 2, 3.4, FT A 3.4, GAA 1,2,3,4, Pep Club 2,3,4, Rampages 3, Y-Teens 3. CHARLOTTE M. WHIPPLE " Charlotte” ... red hair . . . an excellent business student . . . art is her goal. Com’l Club 2,3,4, FHA 2,3, GAA 2,3,4, Library Club 4. ARLETTA V. WILLIS " Arietta " . . . office . . . wedding bells ahead . . . Tom . . . neat appearance. Rampages 3, Pep Club 1,2,3,4, GAA 1,2, FNA 1.2, Sec. 3,4, FHA 1,2, Sec. 4, Co-Op 4, Com’l Club 2,3,4, Concess. 1. 25 BARBARA A. WILSON " Barb " . . . A1. . . Plymouth . . . summer school at Norrix . . . Candy Striper. AFS 4, Annual Staff 4, Com ' l Club 3,4, Concess. 2,3,4, FNA 1,2,3,4, GAA 1,2,3,4, Library Club 4. $ C j BRENDA S. YEAST " Brenda” . . . Beautiful dia¬ mond . . . Norm . . . Co-op . . . band. Band 1,2,3,4, Dance Band 2,3, Com’l Club 2,3,4, French Club 1,2, GAA 1,2,3,4, Pep Club 1.2,3,4, Rampages 3,4, Teen- sters 1,2, Cheerleader, Res. 1. 26 NOT PICTURED: DENNIS W. LISKOVEC " Denny " . . . golden curls . . . Ford station wagon . . . mechanical ... a friend to all . . . Liskovic . . . Grand Rapids. Football, Res. 1,2, Var. 3,4, Track 3, Varsity Club 3,4, Wrestling 3. LINDA K. PHILLIPS " Linda” . . . quiet and reserved . . . transfer student . . . tiny. Transfer to G-A 4, Chorus 4. VERL C. SIMMONS " Verl " . . . blonde hair . . . quiet . . . parks cars at the games. Hi-Y 2, Track 4, Wrestling 4. LAWRENCE A. WILLIS " Larry” ... Fife ... ’1 doubt itl " . . . beautiful blue eyes . . . Dorm’s adopted brother ... ' or what?’ Annual Staff 4, Class Pres. 3, Coin Club 1, Var¬ sity Club 2,3, Vice-Pres. 4, Football, Res. 1, 2, Varsity 3,4, Basketball, Res. 1,2, Track 2 3.4. DORMAN G. WILSON Dorm ' . . . big brown eyes . . . good physique . . . modest . . . " you fool you” . . . good cheerleader . . . most valuable player. Annual Staff 4, Homecoming King 4, Varsity Club 2,3, Pres. 4, Football, Res. 1,2, Var. 3, Co-Capt. 4, Basketball, Res. 2, Track 1,2,3,4. Wrestling 3. Activities I he United States themselves are essentially the greatest poem . Walt Whitman u w to 0 O ' KJ W 9 Crowning the KING and QUEEN 1 t A " toe mm FLORA " G-fl HIGH PRESENTS " On your mark, get set, CHARGE !!! " QUIET - (freshman studying) 4 Organizations “Before we put down our bets on a revolution¬ ary movement, we have a right to ask that it, like ours, have the broad goals of freedom and human welfare clearly before it ... 99 Clinton Rossiter Left to right: C. Miner, N. Worsop. P. Schuyler, P. Sherrll, M. Drbony, D. Johnson. Left to right: D. Snyder, B. Miller, L. Dunithar, J. Slaga, R. Lockwood, L. Crummel. tit mu Left to right: M. Stillwell, J. Dame- ron, C. Krobny, J. Smith, Advisor; Mrs. King. SITTING: L. Echtinaw, M. Steams, M. Drobny. The Future Homemakers of American Club participates in various activities during the year. This year they sold candy and held a dance to raise funds for the club treas¬ ury. STANDING: R. Watts, N. Becker, J. Riemans, R. Green, C. Waber, L. White. KNEELING: S. Waber. ■■■ STANDING: B. Bigley, J. Horsfall, A. Willis, L. Mezo. SITTING: S. Will¬ iams. KNEELING: R. Mockelstrom, S. Campbell. FRONT ROW: B. Cox, J. Wantz, S. Williams, A. Raymer, N. Maile. SECOND ROW: M. Cut¬ ler, K. LaCoss, C. DeHaan, L. Lancaster. STANDING: J. Hen¬ son, O. Eppstein, R. Riddle, S. Weisblat, J. Anderson, J. Adams, G. Dodge, B. Taylor, K. Hogg, M. Kuiper, M. McLarty. xeacL C tub " Bonjour, mes amis! " is a familiar greeting to members of the French Club. By having this organization in our school we have a better appre¬ ciation for the French flavor in our lives. 42 OFFICERS: M. Schissel, J. Dinzik, D. DeHaan, Adv. Mrs. Westin. P uiuAPj r eftcWs hdg ttca Billiau, K. Sommerville. The Future Teachers Club has its members help teach some ele¬ mentary classes. Also, student teachers have been called on to ex¬ plain about college and teaching. The purpose of our Future Nurses Club is to acquaint the girls with the nursing profession. This year the Club is helping the children monthly at Fort Cus¬ ter, and giving their time for making stuffed animals for our local hospital. STANDING: J. Trujillo, S. Williams, L. Worsap, M. Vetter, B. Peters, W. Tschupp, S. Kohl, B. Wilson, V. La- Coss, P. Copeland, E. Nieman. SIT¬ TING: J. Trujillo, S. Schoolcraft, B. Roebuck, M. Patterson. STANDING: V. Wilson, C. Vukovich, S. Brackney, B. Bigley, J. Horsfall, L. Mezo, P. Webster, Advi¬ sor, Mrs. Coggins. SITTING: L. White, S. Myers, J. Apfel, R. Johnston, S. Upon, R. Reed, B. Van Antwerp. N UA PJ, A 43 STANDING: N. Becker, C. Whipple, L. Drake, Advisor; Mrs. Edwards, V. La Coss, K. Titus, S. Southwood. FIRST ROW: P. Titus, N. Smith, S. White. SEC¬ OND ROW: P. Collard, L. Williams, J. Tru¬ jillo. THIRD ROW: P. Webster, V. Wilson, P. Schuyler. FOURTH ROW: M. Maxon, J. Slaga. FIFTH ROW: M. Patterson, B. Wilson, R. Lockwood. SIXTH ROW: T. Piper, J. Livingston, R. Brinin- stool. The Commercial Club was organized in 1950 with two objectives; namely, to further its members ' knowledge of the business world by actual office visitations, and to improve the members ' poise and social graces by active participation in many social events. The Club has become noted for its an¬ nual Christmas Formal and its colorful initiation ceremony. Left to right: B. Yeast, S. Cree, G. Smith, A. Willis, Joyce Wheeler (not pictured). STANDING: Mr. Kie- wiet; Officers: G. Smith, S. Cree, M. Eldridge, M. Stoeffler. FIRST ROW: S. Bowers, S. Livingston, D. Bres¬ son, M. Schissel, A. Maxfield. SECOND ROW: A. Reck, E. Nieman, S. Upson. THIRD ROW: C. Wa- ber, B. Miller, D. De- Haan, C. Schieber. FOURTH ROW: J. Beck¬ er, S. Walker, S. Bi¬ shop, S. Carpenter. LAST ROW: L. Myers, B. Yeast, A. Willis, B. Spencer. Left to right: E. Holloway, M. Brackney, B. Wilson, C. Born, Advisor: Mrs. Burrell, N. Beck¬ er, D. Snyder, S. Upson, R. Reed. S. School¬ craft, G. Dodge, L. Damron, C. Whipple, J. Wheat, J. White, P. Webster. The Library club members are work¬ ing toward a better understanding and knowledge about their library. A tea and a trip to Ann Arbor are held an¬ nually by this club. TOP ROW, Left to right: G. Hub¬ bard, J. Morey, L. Mezo, B. Mil¬ ler, J. Trujillo, D. Ruimveld, Advisors, Mr. Kie- wiet, Mr. Boomer- shine. SECOND ROW: M. Gott, J. Horsfall, L. Crum- mel, R. Lockwood, S. Walker, R. Max- field, B. Wilson, S. Bursh. SITTING: S. Carpenter, S. South wood, S. Bis¬ hop. We owe a great deal of thanks to our " Faithful Workers, " the Concessionaires. Each person in this group has sold food products to our spectators at the games. We thank you, Kids! 45 • • i B. DeNooyer • v -- S. Upson, D. Martin c un tthm EDITORS R. Bower, B. Van Antwerp, J. Groh, J. Dinzik JB V - ps — wi • R. Riddle, D. DeHaan, M. Schissel, B. Bigley, R. Adams, D. Betz D. Wilson, A. Raymer, L. Willis, S. Williams, R. Reed, B. Wilson, L. Williams, S. Myers Mrs. Edwards M. Maxson, S. Livingston, L. Myers, J. Morrey, B. Spencer, S. Walker, S. Bowers A Mrs. Edwards, Mr. Court P. Copeland. E. Nieman, J. Wheat. H. Ectinaw, S. Carpenter, G. Hubbard. J. Trujillo, K. Titus, A. Maxfield, L. Hill Left to right, FIRST ROW: M. Cut¬ ler, B. Yeast, B. Taylor, S. Weis- blat, K. Hanna. SECOND ROW: R. Lockwood, H. Roelof, M. Cox, R. Mackey, D. Rench, S. Busch. THIRD ROW: H. Tassell, L. White¬ hurst, D. Carter, E. Lancaster, D. Mussulman, B. Billiau, C. Vukovich, B. Mabbott, C. Kiracofe, D. Brady. STANDING ROW: J. Oviatt, B. Rob¬ bins, D. Betz, E. Hollaway, M. Reck, J. Knetch. D. Bresson STANDING: Mr. Locey, Advisor, Mr. Curry. Left to right, FIRST ROW: L. Lancas¬ ter, C. Newton, M. Stoeffler, B. Taylor, S. Brack- ney, J. VanAvery, S. Pierman, R. Johnston. SECOND ROW: J. Knetsch, D. Piermeu, S. Bursh, K. Louns- berry, J. Apfel, S. VanAvery. 48 Left to right, FIRST ROW: M. Stoeffler, L. Lancaster, D. DeHann, B. Eldridge, D. Eppstein. SECOND ROW: B. Eppstein, S. Pierman, R. Johnston, S. Brackney, J. VanAvery, C. Newton, L. Zahn. THIRD ROW: J. Apfel, S. VanAvery, B. Gettys, E. Loveland, K. Hendersnot, K. Lounsbery, T. Meadows, D. Pier- man, D. Bressou, D. Dieterman. STANDING: Director, Mr. T. Carey, B. Adams. Left to right, FIRST ROW: D. Snyder, E. Neimen, S. Bowers. SECOND ROW: S. White, E. Hollaway, J. Apfel, L. Lancaster. TOP ROW: R. Bare, E. Echtinaw. Our Mascot D. Guthrie Left to right, FIRST ROW: S. Snyder, J. Holly, S. Miller, S. Bowers, D. Rench, R. Green, S. White, L. Echtinaw, J. Apfel. SECOND ROW: Director: Mr. Curry, L. Crummel, L. Lan¬ caster, R. Soules, B. Miller, H. Echtinaw, P. Harron, E. Hollaway, D. SracKangast. TOP ROW: K. Hendershot, A. Daley, C. Kiracofe, D. Tassell, G. Bottomley, R. Bare, T. Blodgett, 49 i k tukto y ssocfofeo FIRST ROW: A. Raymer, J. Dinzik, S. Williams, S. Upson, K. Titus, G. Smith, L. Williams, M. Stoeffler. SECOND ROW: J. Becker, R. Reed, B. Wilson, C. Born, C. Blodgett, L. Eastman, M. Hilton, L. Hill. THIRD ROW: C. Whipple, B. Van Antwerp, G. Hubbard, A. Maxfield, B. Bigley, J. Hors¬ fall, B. O ' Donnel, L. Mezo. FOURTH ROW: S. Busch, D. Nash, J. Curry, R. Johnston, J. Apfel, K. Hendershot. FIRST ROW: J. Henson, C. Waber, M. Drobney, S. Drobney, D. Srackan- gasst, P. Titus, S. Bishop, R. Brininstool, D. Mussleman. SECOND ROW: J. Smith, R. Webster, C. VanDewouwer, M. Drobny, M. Stillwell, L. Echti- naw, B. Pierman, S. Capenter, A. Reck. THIRD ROW: L. Rushmore, S. Campbell, L. Worshop, J. Adams, J. Anderson, W. Tschupp, L. VanDyke. FOURTH ROW: K. Hogg, B. Cox, M. Kuiper, S. Zahn, J. Wagner, V. Wil¬ son, P. Webster, S. White, D. Snider. FIFTH ROW: M. CamBurn, M. Cox, B. Cody, G. Rosborough, B. Abbet, P. Eastman, R. Mockelstron, S. Van- Avery. SIXTH ROW: C. Waber, A. Marcellette, T. Piper, J. Smith, C. Follk, B. Binns, J. Morey. SEVENTH ROW: M. Gott, J. Trujillo, S. South- wood, S. Walker, M. Gale. An opportunity for physical activity, cooperation, and good sportsmanship are some advantages which girls can gain from being a member of our G.A.A. Club. 50 TOP ROW: D. Liskovec, K. Lounsbery, J. Groh, J. Eldred, J. Van Avery, Advi¬ sor; Mr. Maskill. SECOND ROW: A. Hendershot, B. Thomas, J. Oldt, D. Mar¬ tin, T. Wayne, D. Wilson. THIRD ROW: M. Reck, J. Smith, D. Higgins, L. Willis. TOP ROW: S. Higgins, K. Sommerville, W. Roelof, B. Dirkse, L. Gross, B. Maskill, M. Kaminski, D. Bozarth. SECOND ROW: T. Webster, J. Brininstool, B. Feltch, F. Mills, W. Brady, D. Wilson. THIRD ROW: K. Mazur, F. Doer- fer, G. Forster, J. Angell, M. Roberts. The working together of our top athletes toward better physical and mental conditions, are the objec¬ tives of the Varsity Club. To become a member, one must have at least two varsity letters. r 51 BOTTOM LEFT: P. Collard, R. Reed, S. Pierman, D. DeHaan, M. Stoeffler, L. Lancaster, J. Dinzik, S. Van- Avery, C. Flook, D. Mussulman, S. Livingston, K. Titus, G. Smith, K. Hendershott, B. Robbins, A. Reck, S. Carpenter, A. Srackangast, B. Cox, J. Knetch, P. Titus, M. Eldridge, J. Trujillo, E. Nieman, H. Tassel, M. Gale, D. Snyder, C. DeHaan, L. Williams, A. Maxfield, B. Wilson, S. Bishop, B. Binn, K. LaCoss, M. McLarty, J. Adams, V. LaCoss, S. Myers, K. Hanna, M. Cutler, J. Anderson, C. Blodgett, J. Horsfall, V. Reed, M. Gott, J. Livingston, L. Crummel, P. Eastman, C. Mockelstrom, J. Jenner, B. O ' Donnel, R. Mockelstrom, G. White, D. Srackangast, D. Pierman, P. Fiedorek, R. Brininstool, D. Miller, C. Newton, J. Smith, J. Slaga, D. Dieter- man, L. Flook, W. Tschupp, L. Mezo, B. Bigley, P. Webster, B. Taylor, B. Miller, M. Hilton, M. Schissel, L. Eastman, M. Maxson, S. Southwood, K. Lounsbery, S. Williams, C. Born, J. Trujillo, J. VanAvery, A. Raymer. A hte aocuv P idd e tuic u BOTTOM FRONT to the Right: D. DeHaan, M. McLarty, K. Som- merville, S. Higgins, D. Eppstein, J. White, B. Eppstein, R. Riddle, D. Weisblat, S. Koz- loski, S. Weisblat, R. Adams, P. Copeland, A. Raymer, S. Will¬ iams. The A.F.S. has started this year a lasting friendship with India. This was done by having our first foreign ex¬ change student. We hope the A. F. S. continues in this worth while project. R. Reed, J. Wantz, M. Schissel, B. Bigley, L. Lancaster, S. Pierman, C. DeHaan, S. Busch, K. Hogg, S. Zahn, M. Kuiper, S. Upson, J. Henson, J. Dinzik. 52 Cj kmhojdms L. Flook (One year Varsity) N. Smith (One year Reserve and One year Varsity) R. Brininstool (One year Reserve and One year Varsity) VctA iixj S. Williams (One year Reserve and Two years Varsity) P. Fiedorek (Two years Varsity) V. Reed (Two years Reserve and Two years Varsity) 53 Vice-President Ann Raymer Advisor Mr. Burrell Fresh. Rep. R. Maxson and H. Roelof Secretary MarDee Schissel The 1963-1964 Student Council has been very busy with projects to improve G-A High School. Raineses, ' the Ram Mascot; pennants for the gym; new ping pong tables; and a John F. Kennedy Me¬ morial were the special projects of this year. The Council also chose the assemblies for 1964-1965, purchased two new flags for the school, and chose the theme for homecoming and the judges for the floats. Members of the Council attended the Region V Student Council meeting, and gained new ideas and a better appreciation of our high school. The Annual Staff wishes to express their many thanks to the Student Council for a job well done. Soph. Rep. S. Brackney and P. Collard FocibcM Caddies Head Coach MR. MAS KILL Line Coach mr. mcginnis Despite a little bit better then average season the team was fortunate to have the excellent coaching staff above. 56 1963 EMtbMWi TOP ROW: Mgr. B. DeNooyer, D. Liskovec, D. Meadows, L. Gross, B. Dirske, W. Brady. T. Wayne, A. Hender- shott, J. Groh, J. Va n Avery, D. White. SECOND ROW: Coach Maskill, R. Vaughn. J. Knetsch, K. Lonsberry, D. Bozarth, L. Willis, D. Wilson, J. Eldred, M. Reck, B. Maskill. D. Brown. THIRD ROW: Mgr. L. McDaniel, Mgr. J. Shipe, R. Plotts, D. Martin, R. Gibson, M. Kaminski, M. Taylor, W. Cody, M. Roberts, J. Oldt, T. Webster, Coach McGinnis. FRONT ROW: Mgr. D. Aldrich, Steve Higgins, B. Horn, J. Smith, B. Thomas, K. Mazur, F. Doerfer, G. Forester, B. Feltch, S. Smith. D. Wilson, Coach Morgan. Statistics Won 5 Lost 3 K.V.A. Standings WLT 19- Springfield 6 Parchment- 6-1-0 32- Mattawan 0 Comstock ----- 6- Bangor 7 Bangor - 5-1-1 33- Delton 7 G-A. 6- Parchment 35 Kellogg.. - 3-3-1 20- Kellog 14 Delton- 6- Comstock 18 Richland- 6- Richland 0 Mattawan-- 57 QcxmbowuL FRONT: L. Willis, T. Webster, B. Dirkse, D. Liskovec, J. Groh, A. Hendershott, W. Brady. BACK: K. Mazur. D. Wilson, B. Maskill, J. Van Avery. Ofjh nStu Unit 58 De tStue Vidt Sv ML I w r Vl A i .u - r HM ill. i -fWftt, ;w u% Stance; T. Wayne, A. Hendershott, T. Webster. STAND¬ ING: J. Eldred, M. Roberts. D. Wilson, M. Kaminski, D. Bozarth, J. Van Avery, J. Groh, S. Smith. 4ll)i W f. A -»L ' vr -S:«; ' - ' V CthCaptcuto Wikotv Ctofas With . CMCkeS Wlutjh Td m AuxSife Decision V- u ■ -V. I K Ooidfru PQjtnm JOHNNY OLDT BILL THOMAS DALE MARTIN TOM WAYNE TOP ROW: T. Mollet, D. Tassel, J. Shipe, W. Roeloff, D. Frye, C. Newton, R. Mackey, D. Murray, T. Bower, D. Hensel. SECOND ROW: Asst. Coach, H. Forester, D. Morrison, L. Grif¬ fin, F. Mills, D. Vaughn. J. Gray, J. Jennings, R. Soules, P. Kaminsky, B. Pelton. THIRD ROW: J. Garret, S. Freer, B. Maxson, R, Eldred, B. Mabbott, S. Sommerville. J. Brininstool, M. Worst, J. Carpenter, M. White. BOTTOM ROW: R. Maxson, B. Blake, L. Greene, A. Livingston, B. Barber, M. McNett, C. King. Qtahstucs G-A - -27 Bangor - - - - - 13 G-A - -14 Delton - - -20 G-A - -14 Parchment - - - 7 G-A - -21 Comstock - - - - 0 G-A - -26 Kellog - - - - - 14 G-A - -35 Richland - -13 G-A - - - - 41 Mattawan-0 O ' t b Ou i Coach Morrison’s Junior Varsity team has always been a strong con¬ tender in the league. Each year he has produced a winning team to go along with the varsity. He does much to help provide good players for the varsity. STANDING: D. Higgins, D. Wilson, D. Bozarth, W. Maskill, F. Mills, T. Wayne, W. Brady, D. Betz, J, Max- son, B. Feltch, D. Wilson, D. Martin. Head Coach Morrison, Assistant Coach Morgan. Vcuisty BasketbcM Goie buM} Augustct Ctafesttcs Galesburg-Augusta-32 Galesburg-Augusta-43 Galesburg-Augusta-60 Galesburg-Augusta-63 Galesburg-Augusta-50 Galesburg-Augusta-49 Galesburg-Augusta-59 Galesburg-Augusta-51 Galesburg-Augusta-63 Galesburg-Augusta-53 Galesburg-Augusta-42 Galesburg-Augusta-63 Galesburg-Augusta-38 Parchment-60 Delton-64 Kellog.76 Richland-61 Comstock-80 Mattawan-56 Bangor-72 Parchment-95 Delton-82 Kellog.83 Comstock-54 Richland-64 Harper Creek---80 Despite a poor won-lost record our basketball team has played a good game every time. Being a young team much is expected in the future. 63 STANDING: D. Meadows, L. Gross, W. Roelof, R. Reits, P. Van Vranker, R. Nash, D. Frye, D. Hiems, G. Bottomly, Coach Maskill. KNEELING: B. Mabbot, V. Hinton, D. Skyler, G. Wilson, R. Maxson, B. Maxson, J. Jennings, J. Garret, T. Mollet. SITTING: B. Shipe, J. Oviatt, B. Lemmien, S. Carpenter, T. Curtiss, W. White, R. Reck, R. Heath, V. B Cu $ h Qtabsticf, G-A. 54 Parchment- - - 44 G-A. 32 Delton. - - 54 G-A. 47 Kellogg. - - 62 G-A. 57 Richland- - - 43 G-A. 39 Comstock - - - - - - 58 G-A. 39 Mattawan- - - 58 G-A. 46 Bangor - - G-A. 38 Parchment - - - - -36 G-A. 53 Delton- - - 66 G-A. 44 Kellogg. - - 48 G-A. 29 Comstock - - - - -58 G-A. 42 Richland-- • - - 45 G-A. 43 Harper Creek - - -48 COACH MASKILL BACK ROW: Coach VanZandt, B. Lemmien, J. Maxon, W. Roelof, G. Gray, D. Austin, D. Frye, F. Mills. SECOND ROW: G. Townsend, R. Adams, D. Staurt, R. Jenner. FRONT ROW: J. Campbell, D. Wilson, J. Jennings, M. Peirman. BACK ROW: Coach VanZandt, R. Adams, D. Staurt, D. Austin, G. Gray. FRONT ROW: J. Campbell, D. Wilson, M. Pierman, F. Mills, J. Maxon. BACK ROW: C. Williams, R. Schieber, Wayne Roelof, D. Meadows, T. Wayne, W. Brady, G. Axtel, D. Calkins, J. Angel, G. Bottomley, B. Dirkse, Coach Maskill. SECOND ROW: T. Barret, D. Tas- sell, K. Sommervill, D. Bozarth, M. Taylor, P. Herron, R. White, D. Carpenter, L. Willis. FRONT ROW: W. Cody, J. Barber, R. Coville, B. Robbins, J. Brininstool, J. Reed, D. Aldrich, K. Mazur, D. White, G. Willis. Statistics Dual Meets Won 2 Lost 5 Triangular Meets Won 1 2nd in other Others Berrien Relays - 5th Springfield - 5th KVA - 5th Dorm Wilson broke a long standing G-A pole vault¬ ing record by soaring to 10’8” and then to 10 ' 9 M Tom, Porky, and Rene hurdle the low hurdles while practicing for the next meet. BACK ROW: R. Adams, G. Willis, S. Higgins, E. Brown, J. Van Avery, C. Newton, R. Waybrant, D. Austin, R. White. FRONT ROW: B. Horn, G. Forester, B. Anderson, B. Feltch, D. Wilson, M. Pierman, D. Higgins, J. Campbell. Coach Morrison. Qtoilstbcs Wins St. Augustine Mattawan Kellogg Delton Bangor Richland 7-3 16-8 3-2 1-0 2-0 7-5 Season Record 6 wins 5 losses, 1 tie Ties St. Augustine 3-3 Lost K. Christian Parchment Comstock Springfield 4-1 3- 1 8-0 4- 1 Jack Campbell and Mike Pierman were each credited with a no hit game. Mike however lost his. Dave practices sliding while Danny and Jack help to add realism. JcutuM Bob Adams Ron Adams Dan Aldrich Bob Anderson Jim Angell Linda Barker Dave Batey Dan Betz Betsy Bigley Tom Blodgett Sidney Bowers Doug Bozarth Wayne Brady Doris Bresson Sue Carpenter Wayne Cody o. u ■ Ron Jenner, Mike Kaminski, Cliff Kiracofe, Rosie Kirklin, Joe Knetsch, Sally Kohl, Steve Kozloski, Linda Lan¬ caster, Sherry Livingston, Jim Maxson, Maddie Maxson Marjorie McLarty. Dave Meadows, Linda Mezo, Robert Miller, Carol Miner, Jeanne Morey, Linda Myers, Ellen Nieman, Barb O’Don¬ nell, Beverly Peters, Stepha¬ nie Pierman, Jeff Pierce, Rick Plotts. 72 Ou t thwPj jo jp jbcmiu . . . Mike Coe, Kelly Collins, Priscilla Copeland, Jill Curry, Ann Daly, Dale Dehaan, Greg Dodge , Linda Eastman, Marge Eldridge, Betsy Eppstein, Bob Feltch, Greg Forster. Ray Gibson, Jackie Holly, Pam Hanna, Ray Hanna, Ray Hay word, Steve Higgins, Linda Hill, Mary Ann Hilton, Esther Hollaway, Bill Horn, Janet Horsfall, Gwen Hubbard, Gary Huffman. 73 . t$ CjXCMiJUtCj $[tfW h. Richard Reitz Barb Rorbuck Mike Roberts Ruth Ann Riddle Connie Rushmore NOT PICTURED: Phil Herron Doug Himes Arlene Maxfield Bob Miller Sandra Schoolcraft Dale Selbee Sharon Walker Joanne Wantz Dorothy Taylor Mark Taylor Juanita Trujillo Sara Weisblat Don White Judy White Dave Wilson Sharon Wyman Gary Underwood Marily Vetter Jim Waybrandt Ted Webster 4 74 Sophomores This nation was conceived in liberty and dedicated to the proposition that honest men may honestly disagree ...” Elmer Davis Billie Armstrong Richard Banks Butch Barker Bill Bastian Betty Billiau Sally Bishop Dave Blodgett Grant Bottomley Sharon Brackney Jim Brininstool Ruth Brininstool Bill Burks Margaret Camburn Sherry Carpenter Dan Carter Phyllis Collard Mardie Colvin Linda Cook Jerry Couch Barbara Cox Maxine Cox Linda Crummel Jim Curtis Randy Daniel Dave Dieterman Bob Dirkse Fred Doerfer Marlene Drobny Linda Dunithan 76 IA haue fyioqte Stod (wto step u fcfuw . . . Dave Dunmire Donna Eckert Barb Eldridge Dick Eldred Debbie Eppstein Mike Fitzgerald Dana Frye Judy Garrett Gale Marsillie Ken German Brandt Gettys Roberta Greene Kathy Hendershot Karen Hogg Terry Hopkins Jeff Jennings Chuck King Mary Kuiper Bill Lemmien Joan Livingston Rexene Lockwood Ken Mazur Mike McNett Tom Meadows Linda Miller Barb Miller Fred Mills Tom Mollet Dale Morrison Dawn Mussulman Rick Nash Carl Newton Marg Patterson Dave Pierman Theresa Piper 77 Arlene Reck Susan Rhodes Boyd Robbins Wayne Roelof Dixie Ruimveld Pat Schuyler Alan Shafer Joan Smith Nancy Smith Denise Synder D. Srackangast Barb Taylor Pat Titus Bob Torre y George Tschupp C. VanDeWouwer Neil VanDeWouwer Charlene Vukovich Cindy Waber La Verne Waber Joan Wagner George Waller Ruth Watts Peggy Webster Ron Wehner Dennis Wheat Stephanie White Velma Wilson Linda Warsop Marc Worst 78 . . 0 1 thb Jpodth t© tfi hutuAto. NOT PICTURED: Terry Barrett Steve Carpenter Jerry Gray Carl Landers Larry Pearrow Larry Parker David Rench Judi Slaga Sue Southwood Dennis Tassell Greg Townsend Roy Vaughn Suzanne Zahn Freshmen “May (the Declaration of Independence) be to the world what I believe it will be, to some parts sooner, to others later, but finally to all, the Signal of arousing men ... to assume the blessings and secu¬ rity of self-government.” Thomas Jefferson r| P B9 as IW r CLASS OFFICERS Mrs. King, Mr. McGinnis, advisors C. Flook, S. Van Avery, S. Smith l L. Greene Beverly Abbott Jackie Adams Judy Anderson Brad Armstrong Doug Barker Betty Binns Bob Blake Gregg Boden Steve Bower Ted Bowers Dwight Brady Dale Brown Tom Burke Sandy Campbell Don Carpenter Hal Carter Brenda Cody Jeff Cravin Tom Curtis Melba Cutler Janet Damron Linda Damron Mary Davis Cindy DeHaan Marg DePlanche Cheryl Drobny Lynda Dunkley Pat Eastman Lynn Echtinaw Connie Flook Scott Freer Joe Garrett Richard Garrett Margaret Gott 80 Wo am id uMQ with OMitcipaitotv 0 0 0 Len Greene Larry Griffin Pamela Groat Len Gross Kathy Hanna Russell Heath Jeanne Henson Vern Hinton Judy Jenner Diane Johnson Pat Kaminski Steve Kirklin Kathy LaCoss Ethel Lancaster Alan Livingston Georgia Long Ed Loveland Bob Mabbot Mike Macklin Reagan Mackey Nancy Maile Ann Marcellette Bill Maskill Debbie Maxfield Connie Maxson Bob Maxson Roger Maxson Oliver Merlau Terry Miller Rita Mockelstrom C. Mockelstrom Stan Moser Dale Murray Sharon Nichols Jerry Oviatt Barry Pelton Gary Peterson Bonnie Pierman Doug Pratt Bob Reck Harriet Roelof Gail Rosborough 81 . . . ta Qmamj and und istand. Lynn Rushmore Dennis Schuyler Phyllis Sherrill Bob Shipe Joyce Smith Dick Smith Steve Smith Steve Sommerville Richard Soules Alice Srackangast Marlene Stearns Marj Stillwell Sue Summers John Tolmacs Judy Trujillo Wendy Tschupp Lana Turner Beth Underwood Sallie Van Avery Linda Van Dyke Pete Van Vranken Candy Waber Elizabeth Wagar Betsy Walker Roxann Webster David Weisblat Kathy Wheat Craig Wheeler Gailen White Lillette White David White Micheal White Wayne White Lynn Whitehurst Greg Wilson Norma Warsop 82 NOT PICTURED: Mary Drobny Becky Maxson Linda Zahn Dudley Snow Helen Tassel Danny Vaughn ‘ Where I TOWN AND COUNTRY • OUT ANft VISIT- DISCOUNT FOOD MARKETS THE nOD Eight Localities to Serve You Better OnnSvrui uf Tiu-Eight - • «•«»« - K ' » M S i ts- BOBBY Compliments of DAVIDSON MUSIC SHOPPE " On The Mall” WILLIAMSON LUMBER COMPANY 135 N. Burdick St. Kalamazoo, Mich. Kalamazoo Michigan FI 4-6109 " Better Michigan Apples " Compliments of SCUDDER’S DORGAN MOSS ORCHARD Used Cars Just North of School Telephone FI 5-1624 Augusta, Michigan 842 Portage St. Kalamazoo, Mich. Compliments of GRANT’S DEPT. STORE FRANK’S AUTO Open Nights REPAIR Galesburg Michigan Compliments of CARPENTER’S AUTO SERVICE Sinclair Products Galesburg Michigan Compliments of AUGUSTA LUMBER HARDWARE Augusta Michigan mdA Iff IS¬ BELL’S STANDARD SERVICE Galesburg Michigan House of Fine Food and b Compliments of GALESBURG LAUN-DER-RITE HI ON THE BAY AT BEAUTIFUL G( ll IAH£ • OFFM 89 Friendly Atmosphere Compliments of TAYLOR LUMBER CO. Galesburg MO 5-9591 GEORGE’S «M Congratulations to the MARATHON SERVICE Class of ' 64 [•d « «W. yr 144 West Michigan TITUS CONSTRUCTION COMPANY Phone MO 5-7066 Galesburg MO 5-4391 Galesburg Compliments of Congratulations to the Class of ' 64 INDUSTRIAL STATE BANK MARTIN Member F. D. I. C. and Federal Reserve System MOTOR AND MACHINE SUPPLY AL DUNLAP, Prop. Complete Banking Service MO 5-8211 Galesburg GALE THEATRE Congratulations to the Class of ' 64 AND RECREATION BEAUTY NOOK " A Place To Meet After The Games " 1 Mill Street Phone Galesburg, Michigan MO 5-7148 Compliments of Compliments of THE GALESBURG ARGUS GALESBURG ' S Published Every Thursday HOUSE OF FLOORS Your Hometown Newspaper Galesburg Michigan Printing Publishing UPJOHN medicine . . . designed for health . . . produced with care . . . THE UPJOHN COMPANY Kalamazoo, Michigan HYDRECO DIVISION THE NEW YORK AIR BRAKE COMPANY " Hydreco For Hy-Quality Hydraulics " 9000 East Michigan Ave. Kalamazoo, Michigan Congratulations to the Class of ' 64 R. J. ADAMS Building and Remodeling 81 W. Michigan Ave. MO 5-4431 MOLLET’S MARKET Spartan Store Groceries - Meats MOrris 5-5161 SILMON’S RESTAURANT 23 E. Battle Creek St. Galesburg, Michigan For Good Home Cooked Food Open Sundays OVIATT’S PHARMACY Drugs With a Reputation " Where You Are Always Welcome " Ph. MO 5-4201 Galesburg, Michigan " Your Family Drugstore " Prescriptions - Cosmetics Camera Supplies Compliments of ROELOF DAIRY Galesburg, Michigan Milk Builds Strong Athletes Have You Had Your Milk Today? Jr frien ds at Michigan Bell hope man years ahead are 9°° 0l etea we are an a 7 ny ° Un 9Peopie„ ho wauldtal epndei h. 1 in helping give ' Sir sed lC -improving te epl ' ° ne . Michigan PHONE C 0 MP aN Ar) Pi qual Opportunity Wf Compliments of HARDING ' S FRIENDLY MARKET Galesburg, Michigan Everything in Food Clothes for Men and Young Men I 26-130 N. Burdick Mall Fraternal Jewelry Silver ELLIS BECKER JEWELER 207 Peck Building Kalamazoo Diamonds - Watches Your Family Shoe Specialists eeave PawPaw Downtown Milwood Portage Otsego Compliments of Compliments of HOWK’S BAR SCHLEUTER FUNERAL HOME Augusta Best Wishes to the Class of ' 64 Compliments of JOHN D. DeHAAN Standard Oil Products Serving Galesburg - Augusta Areas BILL NUYENS BARBER SHOP 13 W. Battle Creek 552 So. 35th Street Galesburg, Michigan Phone MO 5-4121 Galesburg, Michigan Compliments of Compliments of Michigan ALLEN SUPER DRUG WALGREEN AGENCY Comstock Drive In Prescription Service Compliments of BELL’S GREENHOUSE 5437 Comstock Ave. Comstock, Michigan GALESBURG CLEANERS Tailoring, Alterations, and Laundry- One Day Service We Own and Operate Our Own Plant Shampoo and Set Hair Cut Permanents LaBELLUS BEAUTY SHOP 25 E. Battle Creek St. Phone 665-7119 Galesburg INMAN’S jtmouLjtfi JwJi THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK TRUST CO. OF KALAMAZOO BRANCHES Compliments of Vicksburg - Galesburg - Parchment - Paw Paw - Otsego - Lake Center - Gobles - Crosstown - Centreville DOUBLEDAY BROS. CO. " Service our Speciality since 1898 " CHARLIE SULLIVAN SALES SERVICE office furniture and accessories • ruled and printed forms • custom printing • filing equipment and supplies • record and money safes • office design service • legal blanks and justice forms • office supplies drafting equipment and supplies Fireside 5-0118 Congratulations to the Class of ' 64 DR. W. R. SPEERS Augusta Michigan GILMORE BROS. CAMPUS STORE Kalamazoo Michigan Compliments to the Class of ' 64 RUTH PHIL ANN JIM KISSINGER’S GULF SERVICE Phone MO 5-9091 MID-JNO DE-JO Tires - Batteries - Accessories M-96 at Shafter Rd. Galesburg, Mich. Compliments of APPE ILLING CO. AUGUSTA, MICHIGAN PHONE 731-3262 APPEN MOLASSES CO, AUGUSTA, MICHIGAN PHONE REdwood 1-3262 The Rambler Staff Acknowledges With Great Appreciation the Services of R.S. SUTULA STUDIO SCHOOL PHOTOGRAPHER 206 1 2 South Main Street Elkhart, Indiana All the " Little Extras " at No Extra Cost 5112 S. Westnedge 2010 W. Main Compliments of HECHT’S Homo of the Worlds GrMtttt 154 Mamburgorl 210 Lake Street and Our New Location on South Westnedge 324 S. Burdick Kalamazoo, Mich. You Are Always Welcome Here Compliments of AUGUSTA PHARMACY AUGUSTA TELEPHONE COMPANY Phone RE 1-5162 Augusta, Michigan Congratulations to the Class of ' 64 AUGUSTA MARATHON STATION Pharmacists to the Physician and His Patients Congratulations to the Class of ' 64 McPECK INSURANCE AGENCY 308 Fayette St. Augusta Augusta Michigan Phone RE 1-5562 Autocj ' UijafiS TAYLOR PUBLISHING COMPANY C-V w£vjjp2Si - St5ag Qre£?£v -,_L .SL-. ”
Suggestions in the Galesburg Augusta High School - Rambler Yearbook (Galesburg, MI) collection:
FIND FRIENDS AND CLASMATES
Are you trying to find old school friends, old classmates, fellow servicemen or shipmates? Do you want to see past girlfriends or boyfriends? Relive homecoming, prom, graduation, and other moments on campus captured in yearbook pictures. Revisit your fraternity or sorority and see familiar places. See members of old school clubs and relive old times. Start your search today!
Looking for old family members and relatives? Do you want to find pictures of parents or grandparents when they were in school? Want to find out what hairstyle was popular in the 1920s? E-Yearbook.com has a wealth of genealogy information spanning over a century for many schools with full text search. Use our online Genealogy Resource to uncover history quickly!
Are you planning a reunion and need assistance? E-Yearbook.com can help you with scanning and providing access to yearbook images for promotional materials and activities. We can provide you with an electronic version of your yearbook that can assist you with reunion planning. E-Yearbook.com will also publish the yearbook images online for people to share and enjoy.