Galesburg Augusta High School - Rambler Yearbook (Galesburg, MI)

 - Class of 1965

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%5 ftambler G oAe fW yAs cc Ui lrv Sc WooVt G xV sWx r TTYx cVyl aor Table of Contents foreword---2 Administration-3 Faculty-— --7 Seniors-----15 Activities-----35 Organizations-47 ' Sports-61 Juniors-75 Sophomores - - — - — - - --— 79 Freshmen-- — 83 Advertisements 87 Foreword •‘Our life is like some vast lake that is slowly filling with the stream of our years. As the waters creep surely upward, the landmarks of the past are one by one submerged. But there shall always be memory to lift its head above the tide until the lake is overflowing Alexandre C. A. Bisson The 1965 Rambler Staff has endeavored to preserve these memories of the 1964-65 school year, with the hope that they will bring you many moments of pleasure both now and in the years to come. MarDee Rambler Staff Editor-in-Chief — - - — - - - MarDee Schissel Business Manager ------ - - - Gary Underwood Advertising Manager - - - - - - - Steve Kozloski Janet Horsfall Classes Editor ------- - - - - Dale DeHaan Stephanie Pierman Activities Editor - - - — - - - - - Joanne Wantz . Linda Mezo Organizations Editor - - - - Beverly Peters Sports Editor - - — — — — Ken Sommerville Steve Higgins Ted Webster Art Editor — — - - — --Betsy Bigley Betsy Eppstein c °py . - - - Linda Lancaster Marge McLarty Junior Apprentices - — - - Barb Eldridge Sue Zahn Ric Nash Typists - — — - -- -- - - - Marge Eldridge Maddy Maxson Peggy Webster Velma Wilson Cynthia Schieber Photography — -7 — — - - - - Sutula Studios Student Photographer - - - - Advisor - — - -- -- - 2 SENIORS: We salute you, we envy you, and we wish you success in your post high school endeavors. It ' s always a source of pride to your teachers, your parents, and to the community, to see you graduate. We hope that our pride will grow with your accomplishments. BOARD OF EDUCATION MRS. LOUNSBEKY Principal ' s Secretary BACK ROW: Mr. VanSickler, Dr. Weisblat, Mr. VanVranken. FRONT ROW: Mr. Greene, Mr. Smith, Mr. Vetter, Mr. Shroyer. 4 To Mr. B. In Appreciation . . . for Mr. Burrell’s many years of loyalty and service to Galesburg-Augusta High School, this 1965 ' Rambler is dedicated. We feel that this honor is long overdue. The Class of 1965 is the last to hear Mr. B call the roll at graduation. This year’s commencement is not only the beginning of a new life for the seniors, but it is also the beginning of a new life for Mr. Burrell. After sixteen years as principal at G-A, he will return to teaching. Mr. Burrell is not only respected as a principal, he is liked as a friend by students and faculty alike. Although we are losing a good principal, we know we are gaining an enthusiastic teacher. Judging from the many sessions he has presented to us about his travels and many hobbies, we know he will enrich our curriculum. 5 School Employees Bus Drivers F. Piper, W. Feist, R. Boomershine, J. Wager, G. Morrison, G. McGinnis, Mr. Sharp _ WAYNE BERGER -- As a child, Mr. Berger wanted to be¬ come a pro baseball player, but when he reached high school, he decided that he wanted to coach. He played college basketball while attending Western Michigan University. Since coming to G-A, Mr. Berger has had coaching assignments in baseball, basketball, and foot¬ ball, and is now the high school guidance counselor. His hobbies are golf and bowling. JAMES ATWOOD -- An M.D. was the childhood goal of Mr. Atwood. However, the influence of a high school band director interested him in band directing. This is Mr. Atwood ' s first year at G-A, but he is well on his way to realizing his ambition of developing a first divi¬ sion band at our school. In addition to band directing, he also enjoys listening to records and hunting deer. ROGER BOOMERSHINE -- Mr. Boomershine accomplished his childhood ambition to be a pilot, but sold his plane when he came here in 1956. In 1948, through unusual circumstances, his teaching career was launched, and since that time he has completed graduate work in In¬ dustrial Arts. His present ambition is to finish the new home which he has been building. RUTH BURRELL -- Mrs. Burrell ' s childhood ambition was to be a competitive swimmer and diver. Her parents wished for a professional musician in the family and she thought musical comedy would be fun. While in college, she also considered a career in physical therapy, but she graduated with a degree in Physical Education. Her graduate work was in Library Science. Mrs. Burrell ' s hobbies are swimming, golf, and reading. Her ambition is to see more of the world. 8 JEAN COGGINS -- As a child, Mrs. Coggins thought that she would like to be a lawyer. She decided to teach be¬ cause she loved history and teaching was about the only thing to do with it. Her hobbies are baking and reading. Gone With the Wind heads her list of favorite books. Mrs. Coggins other pastime is keeping up with her three children, George, Dale, and Kathy. Her ambition is to see her three children graduate from college, and then ’’graduate from high school” herself. DOMINIC COURT -- When a child, Mr. Court thought of teaching, but fancied himself as a writer or novelist. In college, he majored in English and kind of drifted into teaching. Mr. Court enjoys bowling, and holds a 170 average. He also started playing golf last summer. His ambition is to contribute something worthwhile to G-A High School. VERNON CRAMER -- Mr. Cramer developed a liking for shop when he was in high school. Encouraged by his teachers, he decided to become a shop teacher. His present ambition is to earn his master ' s degree in guidance counseling. Sports, particularly softball, head Mr. Cra¬ mer ' s list of hobbies. He also enjoys traveling. MARY DORAN -- She has always drawing, so naturally Mrs. Doran thought she would become an artist when she grew up. She liked art and studied it in college. In. addition to painting, Mrs. Doran also trains dogs in obe¬ dience. She trained her own two Shetland Sheep dogs, Bonnie and Sparkles. Her ambition is to travel, particu¬ larly through Europe, and sketch as she goes. JUANITA EISENBERGER — As a child, Mrs. Eisenberger hoped to become a novelist, but she went to business college after high school and became an executive sec¬ retary. After fourteen years, she decided to go back to school to earn her degree. Several professors encouraged her to go into teaching. Mrs. Eisenberger’s hobbies are golf, bowling, and bridge, and she loves to watch foot¬ ball. Her ambition is to quit work and do some creative writing. IRENE KING -- Traveling was the childhood desire of Mrs. King, but she decided to teach when in high school. She chose a home economics curriculum because she would not only be able to teach it, but it was a very practical career. Mrs. King enjoys sewing, reading, and traveling. Her ambition is to go around the world by a freighter. _ THELMA EDWARDS -- Mrs. Edwards planned to be an interior decorator when she was a child; but decided to take up business when a junior in high school, because she enjoyed typing and bookkeeping. Mrs. Edwards has been Rambler advisor for the last five years. Her hobbies are golf, swimming, bridge, and dancing. She also en¬ joys traveling. Her ambition is to pursue her vocational work and perhaps do some social work, also, do more traveling. WILLIAM FEIST -- Engineering was the childhood ambi¬ tion of Mr. Feist. He worked as an engineer for three years, and then decided to go to college and earn a de¬ gree in engineering. During his first year, Mr. Feist de¬ cided to become a teacher. He taught elementary for eight years and then decided to go into special Ed. He is presently working on his master’s degree in Special Education. SABINA JASIAK -- Miss Jasiak has wanted to be a teach¬ er since she was a little girl. She chose French because she liked it in high school. Her hobbies are golf, tennis, and playing the piano. Miss Jasiak ' s ambition is to be a good housewife and mother in the future. BILL MASKILL -- To be a baseball player was the child¬ hood ambition of Coach Maskill. When he was in high school he decided that he wanted to coach. A desire to play more football after high school sent him to college where he was told that he had to teach if he wanted to coach. His first year out of college he worked as a salesman, but when he began coaching in 1949, he knew he would never get out of it. Coach Maskill ' s ambition is to continue to produce teams as great as G-A ' s have been for the last 7 years. With Maskill as coach, how can we fail? GARY MORRISON -- Mr. Morrison’s childhood ambition was to be a professional baseball player. When he was in the 10th grade, he decided that he wanted to teach because he liked kids and school atmosphere. Mr. Mor¬ rison’s hobbies are all sports, except tennis, working in the shop in his basement, and camping out. His present ambition is to stay in coaching, and possibly go into secondary administration. GEORGE McGINNIS -- Crime investigation fascinated Mr. McGinnis, so he decided to be a policeman when he grew up. He had to give up this ambition, however, because he didn ' t meet the height requirement. He went into the service, and there met many professional athletes. Mr. McGinnis then decided that he wanted to coach and teach biology, which he had always liked. Hib hobbies are coin collecting, photography, and all sports. Mr. McGinnis ' ambition is to get his masters degree in biology. HELENE STAGER -- Teaching was always the ambition of Mrs. Stager, who says she was encouraged by her teachers to go on to college. She decided to teach math because she had had a great deal of it in school and she liked the subject. Mrs. Stager prefers teaching history, however, because she can see the need to be well-in¬ formed and one ’’can ' t always see an immediate need for math.” Her ambition is to " bring out the best in everyone I meet; to help them to achieve their potential. ” Cooking and camping are her favorite pastimes, and she also likes to read. VIRGINIA WINTER -- When Mrs. Winter was a little girl, she wanted to be a nurse. She decided to teach physical education because she liked to play sports in high school. Her favorite pastimes are bridge, sewing, ice skating, and knitting. ”1 like to do everything”, she says. Her ambition is to stay right where she is. 12 VIRGINIA SISSON -- Mrs. Sisson ' s childhood ambition was to teach because she enjoyed talking to people, and has always been able to see others questions. Her hob¬ bies are creative writing, cooking, sewing, and getting to know and understand people. She also " reads volumes and corrects English papers.” Mrs. Sisson’s ambitions are to have one of her short stories published and to meet J. D. Salinger. JOHN WAGAR -- Mr. Wagar ' s only real childhood am¬ bition was to go to college. He didn ' t know what he wanted to do, so he tried teaching. To G-A’s good for¬ tune, he enjoyed it and has been teaching ever since. He enjoys playing golf and working with wood. Tables, cabinets, and a church altar are among the products of his handicraft. Mr. Wagar ' s ambition is to raise his three children and put them through college. PATRICIA YARDLEY -- Nursing or teaching were the childhood ambitions of Mrs. Yardley. She decided to teach business because progress can be seen in skill sub¬ jects which cannot be seen in academic subjects. Mrs. Yardley enjoys all spectator sports, swimming, reading, and fishing. Blue gills are her favorite catch! Her am¬ bition is to earn her masters ' degree. Student Teachers SEATED, Above: L.. Jose, B. Frye, R. Deuitch SEATED, Below? D. Lovejoy, R. En- gelthaler, L. Burchard, R. Bresslar. D. Jenkins C. Metzger 13 National Honor Society Fifteen members of the class of 1965 were elected to the G-A Chapter of the National Honor Society. They were chosen on the basis of character, leadership, scholarship, and service. The new members are, standing: Dan Stew¬ art, Ken Sommerville, Gary Underwood, Mr. Burrell, Advisor; Joanne Wantz, Dale DeHaan, Bev Peters. SEATED: Maddy Maxson, Betsy Eppstein, Ted Webster, Jim Waybrant, Stephanie Pierman, Linda Lancaster, Marge McLarty, MarDee Schissel. Absent: Cynthia Schieber. DAR MarDee Schissel was chosen for DAR Pilgrim by the Senior girls and the faculty. She was selected on the basis of dependability, citizenship, and leadership. MarDee ' s hobbies are reading, ten¬ nis, and playing the piano. This fall she will enter Nazareth College. 16 Senior Honors VALEDICTORIAN This year the highest honor in a high school career, that of being Valedictorian is held by Betsy Eppstein. Throughout her high school years, Betsy has followed a College Prepara¬ tory course, obtaining a 3.82 average. She has majors in Math, science, social science, English, music, and a minor in French. Betsy has participated in many school clubs and activities including dramatics and she enjoys sewing for a hobby. For the second semester, Betsy attended Western Michigan University for half day sessions. In the fall she will attend the University of Michigan. I SALUTATORIAN The position of Salutatorian is held this year by Joanne Wantz. Joanne obtained a 3.71 average while taking a college prepa¬ ratory course. Her majors are in math, English, science, so¬ cial science and a minor in French. Her hobby is sewing and she has been active in many extracurricular activities. Joanne has been kept very busy during the second semester attending half day sessions at Western as well as two classes at G-A. Hoping for a teaching career in math, Joanne will continue her schooling at Western this fall. Senior Officers WAYNE BRADY, Secretary MARGE McLARTY, Vice President LINDA LANCASTER, Treasurer DAN BETZ, President 17 ROBERT LEROY ADAMS " Bob” . . . sharp sweaters. . . " actually " . . . Mr. Morrison ' s Pal . . . Power Structure. ROBERT ALLAN ANDERSON " Bob " . . . Ork . . . " no doubt " . . . " prove it. " RONALD M. ADAMS " Ron " . . . apple cooner . . . crazy hats. JAMES LAWRENCE ANGELL " Devil " . . . ' yer lyin’ . . . DANIEL B. ALDRICH " Dan " . . . traveling man . . . Sprite. DAVID BRIAN BATEY " Dave " . . . guitar . . . Beatle Boots. DANIEL LEE BETZ " Sam " " I’ve got the fastest shoe horn in the west” . . . sharp dresser. SYDNEY SUE BOWERS " Syd” . . . petite . . horses. ELIZABETH LAURIE BIGLEY " Betsy " . . . Mike . . . Artistic. THOMAS JAMES BLODGETT JR. " Tom " . . . cars. . . car¬ toons. DORIS LEE BRESSON " Doris " . . . slim . . . " Crinkle " . . . white levis. GILDA MARIA CABEZAS Our AFS student from Costa Rica . . . mimic . . . " ugh! " . . . petite and pretty. PRISCILLA FAYE COPELAND " Silla " . . . Mustang . . . " But it really was a deer " . . . sweaters. MICHAEL E. COE " Mike " . . . Betsey . . . tie and sport coat. . . guitar. JILL ANN CURRY Don . . . Wrights. WAYNE CODY " Cody " ... 55 Ford . . . Richland . . . skating. ANN ELIZABETH DALY " Annie " . . . Ted . . . Beatles. . . Cool Car . . . . X DALE ELLEN DEHAAN " Dale” . . . New York . . . dramatics . . . Power Structure . . . Rebel. • MARJORIE SUE ELDRIDGE " Marge " . . . Cambodia . . . New York . . . " shorty” . . . Inmans. . . Tim.fcecct.Jb VS GREGORY DEAN DODGE " Greg " . . . German . . . jokes . . . " you Hillwil- liam " . . . New York. ELIZABETH ELLEN EPPSTEIN " Betsy " . . . great driver . . . " the late Miss” . . . " huh! " . LINDA LEE EASTMAN " Windy” . . . " parbly” . . . schemer. . . happy. ROBERT IRWIN FELTCH " Bob " ... 59 Ford convertible . . . cool. GREGORY PAUL FORSTER " Gerg " . . . Golden Brothers . . . ' ‘sheriff”. MARY ANN MARIE HILTON " Mary Ann " . . . office girl . . . Queen . . . sweet and friendly. RON HAYWARD " Ron " . . . transfer from Comstock . . . fast cars. . . friendly. ESTHER SUE HOLLAWAY " Crash " . . . energetic . . . " our " cymbal player . . . the life of the party. STEPHEN JAY HIGGINS " Higgy " . . . G-A ' s Barry . . . " you foopid stool " . . . he ' s in everything . . . New York. WILLIAM LEON HORN " Bill " . . . friendly funny . . . " Wild Bill Homkick " . MICHAEL WILLIAM KAMINSKI " Mike " . . . " I ' m the greatest!”. . . Golden Brothers President. . . Mrs. Sisson ' s pet. CLIFFORD KIRACOFE " Cliff” . . . tuba tooter . . . great school spirit. ROSALIE ANN KIRKLIN " Rosie ”... Horses . . . artistic . . . kind. SARAH MARION KOHL " Sally” . . . pretty eyes . . . bows . . . " Oh, my gosh!”. JOANNA MARIE LAMMOTT " Jodie” . . . wise cracks . . . transfer from Climax- Scotts. STEVE LAWERENCE KOZOLOSKI ”Koz” . . . " oh, I could just die” . . . talkative and funny. LINDA ESTHER LANCASTER ”Lin” . . . cool flute . . . ”$miles” . . . music is her life. JOE KNETSCH " Jose” . . . jazz lover . . . avid reader. . . combination drummer and football player. ’ FRANCES ARLENE MAXFIELD " Arlene " . . . Mrs. Green’s Co-op . . . likes to dance . . . real friendly. m - w. MADELON JOANNE MAXSON " Maddy " . . . Jack. . . Senior Rep. . . . Upjohn Co-op. . . . Good Worker. LINDA MAE MEZO " Skinney Minney " . . . Active 4-H ' er . . . " Denny " . . . Pleasant. MARJORIE ANN McLARTY " McLard " . . . New York . . . " How can they do that? " . . . " Goldwater Girl " . LINDA JANE MYERS " Linda " .. . . Perky. . . Soft-spoken . . . Convert. DAVID LEE MEADOWS " Dave " . . . Drafting class . . . Star High Jumper . . . KVA All- Star. ELEANOR JEAN MOREY " Jeanni " . . . Deer- slayer . . . Always smiling. ELLEN FAY NIEMAN " Ellie " . . . white hair . . . good sense of humor . . . Lake Mich. BEVERLY JEAN PETERS " Pete " . . . black nylons . . . sophisticated . . . Michigan State . . . RONALD LAWRENCE PERCEY " Buck " . . . fender bender . . . transfer from Portage. JEFF DAVID PIERCE " Jeff " . . . honey-gold mustang . . . shutter-bug . . . star-gazer. STEPHANIE JOAN PTERMAN " Stevie Jo " . . . swing¬ ing sax . . . Skeeziks . . . friendly and sincere. PATRICK BURON PLOTTS " Rick” . . . camper . . . hunter . . . joker. CYNTHIA DALE SCHIEBER " Cynthia” . . . styles from ”17 " . . . Air Brake . . . key punch. MICHAEL L. ROBERTS " Mike " . . . great football player . . . " I’m cool " . . . Weelll! !! COLLEEN MARIE RUSHMORE " Connie " . . . " 5’2 " Eyes of blue " . . . horses . . . fine seamstress. DALE WAYNE SELBEE " Dale” . . . cars . . . Standard Station . . . furry sweaters. MARGARET MARY SCH1SSEL " MarDee " . . . Davy’s girl . . . always busy . . . sharp clothes. V JACK THOMAS SHIPE, JR. ’’Snipe " . . . Friendly . . Quiet Smile. BARBARA LYNN SPENCER " Red " . . . Red hair . . . active Y-Teener . . CONSTANCE RUTH SIMON " Koni " . . . Willing worker . . . Friendly Jeep. DAN EARL STEWART " Dan " . . . " son of a gun silence is deceiving. KENNETH S. SOMMERVILLE " Ken " . . . ambitious . . . power structure . . . conference-room gang. MARK TAYLOR " Mark " . . . transfer from Portage . . . Expert grocery bag packer. JUANITA ANN TRUJILLO ’’Juanita " . . . Capezios . . . reads Salanger . . . Ouija board. SHARON JEAN WALKER " Sharon " . . . dependable . . . Airbrake . . . Key punch . . . " EE-EE " . . . GARY EMERSON UNDERWOOD " Gary " . . . Conference room gang . . . Albert Einstein . . . Easy-going. . . JOANNE MAY WANTZ " Joe " . . . wears clothes well! Halloween pranks . . . legs. MARILY KAY VETTER " Mare " . . . giggles . . . Gilda ' s sister. . . " You guys " . . . rosebush . . . JAMES ROBERT WAYBRANT " Jim " . . . " momin ' " . . . Muscles . . . smart .. . . TED E. WEBSTER " Web” . . . draws clever monsters . . . likes to rollerskate . . . Football Star. DAVID ALLAN WILSON " Dave " . . . " You make me sick " . . . outstanding in sports . . . accident prone. DON MICHAEL WHITE " Don " . . . likes to play ping pong . . . car crazy . . . girl crazy. JUDITH ANN WHITE " Judy " ... big purses . . . enthusiastic . . . mad about watches. or . J NOT PICTURED Verland Barker Phillip Herron Linda Hill James Maxson Richard Reitz RAY M. GIBSON " Ray " . . . Gibby . . . mascot (goat) . . . nice. ROBERT LEROY ADAMS Band 1,2,3, Rampages 1,2, Rambler 3,4, AFS 2,3,4, UN Club 4, Fall Play 3, Spring Play 3, Concession¬ aires 1, Library Club 4. DANIEL B. ALDRICH Coin Club 1, Track 1,2, Wrestling 2,3,4, Fall Play 3, Football Manager 3. RONALD M. ADAMS Audio-Visuals 1,2,3,4. ROBERT ALLAN ANDERSON Basketball 2, Baseball 3, Rampages 4. VERLAND BARKER Transfer from Colonial High School, Florida JAMES LAWERENCE ANGELL Track 1, Coin Club 1, Var¬ sity Club 2,3,4. WAYNE LEE BRADY Football: Reserve 2, Var¬ sity 3,4, Basketball: Re¬ serve 2, Varsity 3,4, Track 2, Varsity Club 2, 3,4, Rampages Staff 3,4, Class Secretary 4. DAVID BRIAN BATEY Football 1,2, Track Man¬ ager 2, Fall Play 3. DANIEL LEE BETZ Football 1,2, Basketball 1, 3, Track 3, Band 1,2,3, Class Sec. 2, Treas. 3, Pres. 4, Rambler Staff 3, Rampages Staff 4. ELIZABETH LAURIE BIGLEY FTA 1,2,3, Historian 4, FNA 1,2,3, Reporter 4, FHA 1,2,3, GAA 1,2,3,4, Pep Club 1,2, 3,4, Y-Teens 2,3, 4, Rambler Staff 3,4, Fall Play 3, AFS 2,3,4. Senior Directory THOMAS JAMES BLODGETT Band 1,2, Chorus 3, JV Football 2, Pep Band 1,2, Rampages Editor 3. SYDNEY SUE BOWERS Cheerleader 2, Pep Club 1, 2.3.4, Choru$ 3,4, Double Quartet 3, Rampages Staff 3, Commercial Club 2,3, 4. DORIS LEE BRESSON Band: Twirler 1,2, Drum Majorette 3, Commercial Club 2, 3,4, Pep Club 1,2, 3.4, Y-Teens 2, 4, Social Sec. 3. GILDA MARIA CABEZAS AFS foreign exchange stu¬ dent from Costa Rica ' 64- 65, French Club 4, Commercial Club 4, Fall Play 4, MUNA 4, AFS 4. WAYNE CODY Football 3,4, Track 1,2,3, 4, Varsity Club 4. MICHAEL E. COE Student Council Rep. 2, JV Football 1, JV Basketball 1, 2, Rampage Editor 3. PRISCILLA FAYE COPELAND FTA 3, FNA 2,3,4, GAA 1, 2, AFS 2,3,4, Pep Club 1, 2.3.4, Y-Teens 2,3,4, Pep Band 1, Debate Team 4. JILL ANN CURRY Pep Club 2,3, FHA 1,2,3,4, GAA 1,2,3,4. ANN ELIZABETH DALY GAA 1, Chorus 3,4, Pep Club 1,2,3. DALE ELLEN DEHAAN French Club: Vice-Pres. 1, 2, Treas. 3,4, Band 1,2,3, FNA 2, Commercial Club 2, 3, Pep Club 2,3,4, AFS 2,4, Pres. 3, MUNA 4, UN Club 3, Pres. 4, Rambler Staff 3, 4, Fall Play 1,2,3,4, Spring Play 2, Student Director 1,3, FTA Parliamentarian 4, Forensics 2,4, Cadet Teacher 4. GREGORY DEAN DODGE AFS 3,4, French Club 3, Fall Play 3,4, Spring Play 3, Concessionaire 1, Library Club 3,4. LINDA LEE EASTMEN Transfer from North Carolina 1, GAA 2,3,4, FHA 4, Pep Club 2,3,4. MARJORIE SUE ELDRIDGE Commercial Club 2, Pres. 3, 4, Student Council Sec. 4, Pep Club 1,2, GAA 1,2, Y- Teens 2, AFS 3,4, Co-op 4, Rampages 3, Fall Play 2, Spring Play 3. ELIZABETH ELLEN EPPSTEIN French Club 1,4, Sec. 2, Vice Pres. 3, AFS 2,3,4, FTA Treas. 4, GAA 1, Pep Band 2, Band 1,2,3, MUNA 4, Fall Play 2,3, Pep Club 2,3, Rambler Staff 4, De¬ bate Team 4, Cadet Teacher 4, UN Club 4 ROBERT IRWIN FELTCH Football 1,3, Basketball 1, 2,3,4, Baseball 1,2,3,4, Varsity Club 2, 3,4. PHILIP HERRON Track 1,2, Chorus 3,4. GREGORY PAUL FORSTER Baseball 2, Teensters 1,2, Pres. 3, Fall Play 1,2,3,4, Spring Play 1,3, Varsity Club 3, Vice Pres. 4, Class Sec. 1, Class Vice Pres. 2, 32 Football Reserve 1, Capt. 2, Varsity 3,4, Track Manager 1 . 2 . STEPHEN JAY HIGGINS Baseball 1,2,3,4, Basketball 1,2, Football Manager 3, Spring Play 4, Fall Play 3,4, Concessionaires 1,2,3, Class Treas. 1,2, Class Vice Pres. 3, AFS 2, Vice Pres. 3, Pres. 4, Student Council Pres. 4, Varsity Club 1,2,3, Sec. 4, Annual Staff 4, Rampages Ed¬ itor 4, MUNA 3,4, Coin Club Pres. 1, WKMI High School Reporter 4, UN Club 4, Pres, 3, MARY ANN MARIE HILTON GAA 1,2,3, 4, Pep Club 1, 2,3,4, Y-Teens3,4, Con¬ cessionaires 3,4, Co-op 4. DOUG HIMES Basketball 3,4, Track 4. ESTHER SUE HOLLAWAY Band 1,2,3, 4, Chorus 3, Pep Band ' 1,2, Double Quar¬ tet 3,4, Library Club His¬ torian 3, Pres. 4. WILLIAM LEON HORN Bowling 1,2,3, Football 1, 2,3,4, Baseball Manager 3, 4, Basketball 1,2, Varsity Club 4, Chorus 4. JANET KATHRYN HORSFALL Concessionaires 1,2,3, Pep Club 1,2,3, FNA 1,2,3, Pres. 4, FHA 4, Reporter 3, GAA 1,2, 3, 4, Rambler Staff 4. GWENDOLYN SUE HUBBARD GAA 1.2, 3,4, Y-Teens 2, “ 4, Sec. 3, Cone. 2,3. RONALD JOSEPH JENNER Basketball Reserves 1,2, Wrestling 2,4, Tennis 1,2, 4, Track 2,4. MICHAEL WILLIAM KAMINSKI Football: Reserve 1, Varsity 2,3, Co-Captain 4, Basket¬ ball: Reserve Manager 1,2, 3, Varsity Club 2,3,4. CLIFFORD KIRACOFE Band 1,2,3,4, Chorus 2, 3, Fall Play 3, Pep Band 1,2,3. ROSALIE ANN KIRKLIN Y-Teens 2, AFS 3,4, Chorus 1 . SARAH MARION KOHL FNA 1,2, 3,4, Y-Teens 2,3, Sec. 4, AFS 3,4, Student Council Historian 4, Con¬ cessionaire 4, Fall Play 4. STEVE LAWERENCE KOZOLOSKI Concessionaire 3, AFS 3,4, Rambler Staff 4, Rampages Staff 4. JOE KNETSCH Dance Band 2,3, Pep Band 2.3, Football 1,2, 3,4, Band 1.2.3, Vice Pres. 4. JOANNA MARIE LAMMOTT Transfer from Climax- Scotts High School. LINDA ESTHER LANCASTER French Club 1,2,3,4, AFS 3,4, Double Quartet 3,4, Pep Band 1,2, 3,4, Dance Band 2,3, Concessionaire 1, 2, GAA 1, Band 1,2, 3,4, Fall Play 2,3, Class Treas. 4, Rambler Staff 4. FRANCES ARLENE MAXFIELD Commercial Club 2,3,4, Pep Club 1,2, 3,4, Con¬ cessionaires 3,4, GAA 1,2, 3, Y-Teens 3,4, Co-op 3,4. MADELON JOANNE MAXON Commercial Club 2,3,4, Pep Club 1.2,3, FT A 1,2, Y-Teens 2, Co-op 4, Ram¬ pages 3. MARJORIE ANN McLARTY French Club 2,3, Vice-Pres¬ ident 4, Student Council 3, Historian 3, AFS Sec. 3, FNA 1, GAA 1,2, Pep Club 1,2, 3, Rambler Staff 4, Class Vice-Pres. 4, Library Club Vice-Pres. 4, AFS Vice-Pres. 4. DAVID LEE MEADOWS Football: Reserves 1,2, Varsity 3,4, Basketball: Re¬ serves 2, Varsity 4, Wres¬ tling 3, Track 1,2,3,4, Varsity Club. LINDA MAE MEZO Pep Club 1,2, 3.4, GAA 1, 2,3,4, Concessionaires 1,2, 3, Vice-Pres. 4, Double Quartet 4. ELEANOR JEAN MOREY GAA 3,4, Chorus 4, Con¬ cessionaires 2,3,4, Ram¬ pages 3, Y-Teens 3, Vice- Pres. 4, Double Quartet 4. LINDA JANE MYERS GAA 1,2,3, Commercial Club 2, Treasurer 3,4, Con¬ cessionaires 3,4, Rampages 3, Y-Teens 3,4. ELLEN FAY NIEMAN Commercial Club 2,3,4, Pep Club 1.2, 3,4, FNA 1, 2,3,4, GAA 1,2, Chorus 1, 2,3, Double Quartet 3, JV Cheerleader 1, Rampages 3. BARBARA ANN O’DONNELL GAA 1,2, 3, 4, Pep Club 2, 3, Co-op 4. RONALD LAWERENCE PERCY Transfer Student 4, Bowling 2 BEVERLY JEAN PETERS Class Vice-Pres. 1, Pres. 2, 3, FNA 1,2,3, Sec. 4, Pep Club 1,2,3, 4, MUNA 3,4, UN Committee Sec. 3,4, Rampages 3, Rambler 4. JEFF DAVID PIERCE Football 1, Coin Club 1, Astronomy 1, French Club 2.3.4. STEPHANIE JOAN PIERMAN FT A 1,2,3, Pres. 4, Pep Band 1,2, 3, 4, AFS 2,3,4, Rambler Staff 4, Band 1,2, 3, Treas. 4, French Club 1, 2, Dance Band 2,3,4. MICHAEL L. ROBERTS Football Varsity 3,4, Basket¬ ball 1,2, Baseball 1,2, Teensters 1,2, Vice Presi¬ dent 3, Varsity Club 2,3,4, Track 3,4, Football JV 1, Capt. 2. COLLEEN MARIE RUSHMORE French Club 1. MARGARET MARY SCHISSEL Teen Page Reporter 2,3,4, Advisory Board 3,4, AFS 2, 3, Student Council 2, Sec. 3, Vice Pres. 4, Rampages 1,2, Rambler 3, Editor 4, FT A 3, Vice Pres. 4, Pep Club 1,2,3, Commercial Club 3,4, Girls Tennis Team 1,2, French Club 2, Pres. 3, WKMI High School Re¬ porter 4. CYNTHIA DALE SCHIEBER French Club 1, Y-Teens 2, 3.4, Commercial Club 2,3, 4, Rampages 3, Co-op 4. JACK THOMAS SHIPE Transfer from B. C. Central, Student Council 2, Bowling Club 2,3, Football Manager 3,4, Basketball Manager 3, 4, Track Manager 3, Var¬ sity Club 3,4, Photo Club 4. CONSTANCE RUTH SIMON FT A 1,3,4, FNA 2, FHA 1, 2, UN Club 4, Rampage Staff 4, Cadet Teacher 4, Library Club 4, Fall Play Student Director 4. KENNETH S. SOMMERVILLE FTA 1,3,4, Varsity Club 2, 3,4, Student Council 3,4, AFS: Treas. 2,3, Rep. 4, Fall Play 3,4, Spring Play 3, Basketball 1, Track 1,2, 3,4, Rambler Staff 4, UN Club Parliamentarian 4. BARBARA LYNN SPENCER Y-Teens President 2,3,4, Commercial Club 3,4, GAA 2,3, Concessionaires 2, 3, Rampages Staff 3. DAN EARL STEWART Tennis 1,2,3, 4. MARK TAYLOR Track 2, Var. Football 3, Fall Play 4. JUANITA ANN TRUJILLO Commercial Club 2, 3, 4, GAA 1,2, FNA 1,2,3,4, Pep Club 1,2, 3,4, Band 1,2, Rampages 3, AFS 2, 3, Y- Teens 3,4. GARY EMERSON UNDERWOOD Track 1, Basketball 2, Coin Club 1, AFS 4, French Club 2,3, Treas. 4, Rambler 4. MARILY KAY VETTER Commercial Club 2,3,4, FNA.2,3,4, Pep Club 1,2, 3,4, AFS 3,4, UN Sec. 4. Rampages Co-Editor 3, Y- Teens 4, Treas. 3, AFS Sister 4. SHARON JEAN WALKER Commercial Club 2,4, Sec. 3, GAA 3, Rampages Staff 3, Y-Teens 2, 3,4, Vice Pres. 3, Social Sec. 4, Co- Op 4, Concessionaires 3. JOANNE MAY WANTZ French Club 2,3, Pres. 4, AFS 2,3,4, FTA Treas. 3, Historian 4, Girls Tennis Team 1,2, MUNA 4, Cadet Teaching 4, Pep Club 1,2, 3.4, Rambler Staff 4, Ram¬ pages 1,2,3. JAMES ROBERT WAY BRA NT Baseball 1, Football 2,4, Track 2, Wrestling 3, Co- Captain 4. TED E. WEBSTER Student Council 1, Treas. 2, Varsity Club 2, 3, President 4, Track 1, Wrestling 2, Varsity Football 1,2,3, Co- Captain 4, Rambler 4, Spring Play 2. DON MICHEAL WHITE Track 1,2,3,4, Football 3. JUDITH ANN WHITE AFS 1,2,3, Library Club 1, 2.3.4, GAA 1, Student Coun¬ cil Treasurer 4. DAVID ALLAN WILSON Football: JV 1,2, Varsity 3, 4, Captain 2, Basketball JV 1.2, Varsity 3,4, Baseball 2.3, Co-Captain 4, Tennis, " Regional State Champions " 3, Varsity Club 2.3.4, 34 Homecoming Mary Ann Hilton was elected by the G-A student body to reign as the 1965 homecoming queen. She was crowned by Supt. Coggins at the G-A vs. Kellogg game and reigned over the dance ’’Autumn Leaves”, which was held on Saturday evening. " Political Slogans” was the theme of the 1964 G-A Home¬ coming. Highlights of the pep parade, which was held on Thursday night, were King Wayne, Queen Mary, and their court, along with colorful floats designed and constructed by the members of each class. The parade ended with a pep rally around a huge bonfire in which a " Hornet” effigy was cremated. 36 Royalty 1964 The king and queen were crowned by Supt. Coggins dur¬ ing the half-time show of the G-A vs. Kellogg game on Fri¬ day. The Rams defeated the Hornets 13-12 and all students were in high spirits for the dance on Saturday night. Princess Maddy Maxson Honorary Queen Gilda Homecoming Royalty Princess Maddy Princess Sue Queen Mary King Wayne Mr. Coggins crowning Queen Mary Mr. Coggins crowning Queen Gilda Princess Sue Princess Mary Fl eshman Students Help Teachers " Smile, you f re on Candid Camera. " But Mrs. Edwards, the deer only weighs 180 pounds. " Refreshments after the Grand March. rro • 7 Silver Which way do we Bells ” rang Season 1C LLS Music by the Don Neal Band. Flowets for " M ' Lady. " in the Christmas at C-A go now??? " I hope he brings me one of those! ' Class of ' 65 Crossing the bridge, which arched grace¬ fully over a petite pond, we were en¬ chanted by the beautiful scene before us. The Counts were playing before a mural of Athens, for the couples who danced among the ivy-twined Corin¬ thian Columns. Fluffy white clouds floated below twinkling star lights. Our Grecian Court was scented by lilacs, which filled the urns that encircled a pool of floating gardenias. ..y Class Activities Friendly foes Hope Mr. Wagar approves Fall Play 1964 G-A High Presents crrp ' j « j 1 ish Future Nurses Aid Others Library Club •r __ W£i ' v- 4 G. White, A. Marcelletti, H. Roelof, S. Kohl, L. Rushmore, K. Simon, S. Wood, D. Gettys, M. Price, J. Root, S. Wood, C. Rogers, Mrs. Coggins, J. Horsfall, L. Mezo, L. Warsop, B. Bigley. In Bus: M. Gott, J. Trujillo, S. Bastian. B. Abbot. FIRST ROW: M. Drobny, D. Witt, J. White, M. Hilton, L. VanDyke, M. Gale. SECOND ROW; L. Echtinaw, D. Snyder, L. Damron, G. Waltz, B. Adams, J. Shipe. Insert - Mrs. Burrell, Advisor 48 OFFICERS: Sec ' y, Koni Simon, Treasurer, Sandy Campbell, V. Pres., Marge McLarty, President, Esther Holloway. o % " Top Flight” Jobs Are V),ir JspiraxL President Marge Eldridge All Commercial Club members are business majors who are pre¬ paring for all types of office jobs or as a future business teacher. The girls will always remember . . . those frenzied hours of deco¬ rating just before the formal . . . working in the bookstore ... the yearly get-togethers at Mrs. Edwards ' . . . speakers from the personnel departments . . . office visitations . . . initiation--the banquet dinner and the formal ceremony and afterwards the real initiation. Pledges VP - Nancy Smith Secretary, Sharon Walker Treasurer, Linda Myers (absent) J. Smith, J. Anerson, K. LaCoss, J. Adams, P. Eastman, W. Tschupp, J. Smith, C. VanDeWouwer; SEATED: C. DeHaan, B, Walker, K. Wheat, S. Summers, R. Webster, M. Stearns, M. Drobny Marching Band Wins II Division II 1 ; R. Mackey, J. Camburn, R. Lockwood, L. White¬ hurst, H. Roelof. T. Meadows, M. Cutler, B. Billiau, B. Taylor, E. Lancaster. C. Kiracofe, E. Holloway, J. Knetsch, J. Ovaitt, L. Zahn. S. Lounsbery, D. Brady, D. Pierman, R. Mabbott, J. Hilton. Mr. Atwood, Director, C. Newton, S. Pierman, L. Lancaster, L. Coburn, M. Cox, Mr. Jose, Student Director. S. Van Avery, B. Gettys, L. Adams, J. Craven, B. Eldridge. Officers The Galesburg-Augusta High School March¬ ing Band had a very active year. Along with marching at the regular home games, it also participated in the annual marching contest at Three Rivers; receiving an hon¬ ored second division award. Band Day Ac¬ tivities at Western Michigan University, and the Shrine Mass Band Night, were also memorable events. We are proud of this year s band, as it has improved and is con- . tinuing to do so rapidly. 50 BACK ROW: G. Long, G. Romig, J. Oviatt, E. Hollaway, S. Lounsbery, D. Brady, B. Mabbot, D. Pierman, T. Meadows, Mr. Atwood, B. Gettys, J. Craven, L. Adams, S. VanAvery. MIDDLE ROW; R. Mackey, L. Whitehurst, J. Cambum, E. Lancaster, B. Billiau, L. Zahn, L. Coburn. M. Cox, C. Newton, C. DeHaan, S. Pierman. FRONT ROW: M. Cutler, B. Taylor, H. Roelof, R. Lockwood, J. Hilton, B. Eldridge, L. Lancaster. Our Working Gals B. Spencer C. Schieber SEATED: A. Maxfield, L. Hill, B. O ' Donnell, M. Eldridge, M. Hilton, S. Walker, M. Maxson. L. Myers Each day these Cooperative Trainees work one-half day in their respective place of business and then return to school for two classes. Graduation Day to them will mean not only receiving their diplomas, but they will now be accepted as an experienced full time employee in the business world. 51 New Club Stimulates Scientific Interest FIRST ROW: Joanne Wantz, Betsy Eppstein, Debby Eppstein, Gary Underwood, Ken Somerville, Judy White. TOP ROW: Tom Mollet, Sue Zahn, Karen Hogg, Mr. McGinnis, Margaret Camburn, Jeff Pierce, Sally Kohl, Marge McLarty. STANDING: President, Steve Higgins; Advisor, Mr. Burrell; Senior Representative, Sally Kohl; Junior Represen¬ tative, Jim Brininstool, Wayne Roelof. SEATED (front row) Senior Representative, Ken Sommerville; Sopho¬ more Representative, Cindy DeHaan Freshman Representative, Ruth Hass; (Back row) Vice President, MarDee Schissell; Freshman Representative, Sandy Titus; Treasurer, Judy White. Absent: Roger Maxon, Sophomore Representative; Secretary, Marge Eldridge Le Cercle Francais FIRST ROW: J. Henson, M. Prechel, G. Cabazes, M. Schissel, M. McLarty, N. Maile, E. Wager, L. Lancaster, J. Waybrandt. SECOND ROW: Miss Jasiack, Advisor, K. Hogg, J. Wantz. B. Eppstein. M. Brinninstool, G. Underwood, D. DeHaan, J. Pierce, C. DeHaan, S. Titus, L. Reynolds, P. Miner. Concessionaires Reach Sales Peak M. Gott; K. Wheat; C. Maxson; P. Eastman; L. Crummel; M. Gale; Advisor: Mr. Feist; K. LaCoss;A. Marcelletti; S. Summers. Girls Find Homemaking Can Be Fun D. Snyder D. Johnson M. Price C. Henson Mrs. King M. Drobney J. Smith Future Teachers Take a Long Look at Education Posters W. Tschupp M. Stillwell N. Warsup L. Dunkley L. Echtinaw L. Miller G. Rosberough B. Cody C. Waber M. Sterns A. Marcelletti, D. DeHaan, R. Brininstool, M. Schissel, H. Roe- lof, J. Livingston, K. Simon, B. Bigley, S. Pierman, K. Som- merville, B. Eppstein, J, Wantz, Advisor: Mr. Berger. Girls’ Athletic Association FIRST ROW: M. Hilton, M. Drobny, R. Watts, A. Marcelletti, C. DeHaan, S. Wood, S. Wood, L. Eastman, L. Mezo, B. Bigley; SECOND ROW: J. Morey, G. Romig, S. Titus, M. Brininstool, R. Haase, L. Eppstein, D. Gettys, C. Henson, J. Kelly, L. Rushmore, L. Zahn, J. Henson; THIRD ROW: M. Drobny, M. Stillwell, G. Rosborough, M. Davis, N. Bonner, P. Miner, J. Wagner, S. Bastian, L. Reynolds, W. Tschupp, S- Camp¬ bell, J. Smith, R. Webster; FOURTH ROW: J. Waybrandt, J. Cambum, M. Castel, B. O ' Donnell, B. Cody, B. Pierman, L. Warsop, A. Reck, S. Summers, S. Bishop, C. Busch, J. Hilton, S. Lounsbery, M. Wilcox; FIFTH ROW: P. Carpenter, C. Maxson, J. Trujillo, M. Cox, M. Gale, D. Snyder, L. Echtinaw, D. Srack- angast, J. Smith, T. Piper, L. VanDyke, S. Kepler, J. Horsfall, J. Curry, B. Abbot; SIXTH ROW: P. Cobum, P. Eastman, M. Gott, S. White, P. Webster, V. Wilson, B. Cox, D. Eppstein, G. Long, J. Adams, J. Ander¬ son, S. VanAvery, K. Hogg, M. Prechel, C. Rogers, K. Cox. Advisor, Mrs. Winters. WKMI High School Reporters £ J MarDee Schissel, Steve Higgins, WKMI News Director Bob Barf L. Mezo;J. Wantz, Editor L. Lancaster S. Pierman; M. McLarty; D. DeHaan; S. Higgins G. Underwood; S. Kozloski; J. Horsfall Advertising Sales Set New Record T. Webster; K. Sommerville (Mrs. Edwards) M. Maxson; Advisor L. Lancaster; I Eldridge 1 Pete rs :B Ad arrj s : 5 fypsrei . B - Bi u gley The 65 Rambler Staff will remember the L-O-N-G meetings during which the yearbook was organized and the fun they had selling advertising. They will also recall the rush, rush, to meet the deadlines. Another memory will be the surprise appearance of Mr. Sutula! 4 j- 1 • ' • 1 . Lots of fun, lots of work- a great experience for all . Hogg; R. Nash; V. Wilson; P. Webster; S. Zahn " And I mean January 29. " L. Cook, B. O’Donnell, N. Smith, S. Higgins. Mrs. Eisenberger Advisor " No, that was Mazur’s touchdown. J. Angell, S. Carpenter, G. Forster, B. Feltch. New Look for Rampages Debate Team Makes Debut Mrs. Stager, S. Higgins, M. McLarty, S. Zahn, K. Hog (Seated) Gilda Cabezas 1ST ROW: S. Pierman, E. Lancaster, R. Haase, J. Way- brant, G. Cabezas, M. Brinninstool, J. Henson, M. Vetter, D. DeHaan 2ND ROW: B. Adams, S. Van Avery, B. Underwood, D. Eppstein, K. Sommerville, G. Underwood 58 One of the new clubs that was for¬ med this year is the Debate Team. This team, which participated in a series of four debates at area schools, is looking forward to a more active year. Gilda Brings Spanish Atmosphere to Ga 1ST ROW: J. Wantz, B. Eppstein, J. White, L. Eppstein, C. DeHaan, S. Titus, K. LaCoss, G. Long, E. Wager. 2ND ROW: L. Lancaster, R. Kirklin, S. Kohl, Mrs. Stager, S. Kosloski, G. Dodge. Varsity Club TOP ROW: S. Higgins, J. Brinin- stool, K. Sommerville, B. Mas- kill, W. Cody, D. Wilson, F. Mills MIDDLE ROW: T. Webster, J. Shipe, J. Waybrant, L. Gross, K. Mazur, W. Roelof, W. Brady, B. Dirkse BOTTOM ROW: R. Gibson, D. Meadows, D. Betz, T. Barret, G. Forster, M. Roberts au aa - «.•. U.N. Club Studies International Relations B. Adams, K. Sommerville, K. Simon, D. De- Haan, Pres.; J. White, Mr. Morrison, Advisor; S. Higgins, B. Peters, Sec.-Treas.; B. Eppstein, J. Wantz. Great Coaches Great Trophies Coaches accept Area Champs plaque and K. V. A. Trophy. From Left: Mr. Moss, Kalamazoo Gazette; Line Coach, Mr. McGinnis; Head Coach Mr. Maskill; K. V. A. President, Mr. Breed. STATISTICS W L T G-A - 13 - - - Springfield - - 0 G-A. - - 6 0 1 27 - — Bangor-0 Kellogg - - - - - - 4 3 0 7 - - - Delton-0 Comstock- - - 4 3 0 13 - - - Parchment- - 13 Richland - - - - - - 4 3 0 13 - - - Kellogg-12 Parchment — • -3 3 1 16 - - - Comstock - - 13 Bangor- - - 3 4 0 25 - - - Richland-6 Delton- - - 2 5 0 40 - - - Mattawan — 12 Mattawan- - - 1 6 0 0 - - - St. Phillips - -19 154 75 62 G-A K. V.A. Victors TOP ROW: L. Gross, R. Mackey, W. Brady, D. Meadows, C. Newton, B, Dirkse, F. Mills. SECOND ROW: J. Brininstool, VI. Cody, B. Maskill, M. Kaminski, M, Roberts, R. Eldred, T. Bowers, M. McNett. THIRD ROW: J. Waybrant, D. Wilson, R. Hayward, T. Webster, D. Vaughn, R. Gibson. R. Soules. FOURTH ROW: G. Forster, K. Mazur, S. Smith, D. Brown, F. Doerfer, B. Horn. Line: D. Wilson, T. Web ster, G. Forster, M. Ka¬ minski, M. Roberts, B. Dirkse, VI. Brady. Backs: K. Mazur, D. Vaughn, B. Maskill, F. Doerfer Stance: T. Webster, L. Gross, B. Dirkse. Stand¬ ing: D. Meadows, K. Mazur, D. Vaughn, M. Kaminski, S. Smith, M. Roberts, F. Mills, J. Way¬ brant. 63 J. V. s Show Future Potential Coach Gary Mgr. Jack Shipe. FIRST ROW: D. Carpenter, J. Curtis, A. Livingston, J. Greene, J. Coe, Morrison S. Powell, F. Cox, L. Greene. SECOND ROW: T. Burke, V. Hinton, P, Kaminski, B. Maxson, S. Sommerville, T. Dieterman, D. Stringham. THIRD ROW: S. Freer, M. Machin, J. Adkins, B. Shipe, D. Murry, L. Griffin, G. Henson. First Frosh Team Has Successful Season FRONT ROW: R. Barker, S. Newton, L. Eldred, Moochie Miller,, team friend. SECOND Coach A1 ROW: B fc Kelsey, R. Block, G. Marr, J. Oviatt, C. Cook, J. Hogg, G. Dunithan, D. Max- Cox son. THIRD ROW: M. Brodie, G. Norman, P. Brown, D. Verway, B. Roe, C. Breneman, J. Lovins. BACK ROW: J. Franz, M. Carpenter, G. Youngs, H. Kuiper, C. Craven, G. Newton, J. Landers, J. Towne. 64 Seniors w WAYNE BRADY End, Halfback WAYNE CODY Linebacker, End RAY GIBSON | End I | Jf RON HAYWARD Tackle Co-Captain MIKE KAMINSKI Center, Linebacker BILL HORN Middle- guard Co-Captain JIM WAYBRANT End TED WEBSTER Tackle, Linebacker r 4 MIKE ROBERTS Linebacker, Guard DAVE WILSON Quarterback, End 65 M. Worst, D. Himes, D. Meadows, J. Shipe, W. Brady,. D. Frye, W. Roelof, T. Mollet, F. Mills, B. Feltch, S. Higgins, J. Jennings, R. Eldred, B. Maskill. Center - Co-captains: Jim Maxson and Dave Wilson. G-A BASKETBALL RECORD Comstock 56 G-A 58 Kellogg 57 G-A 42 Richland 71 G-A 52 Parchment 69 G-A 71 Bangor 74 G-A 61 Delton 93 G-A 45 Mattawan 58 G-A 65 Bangor 70 G-A 64 Comstock 74 G-A 58 Kellogg 42 G-A 45 Harper Creek 54 G-A 52 Richland 44 G-A 41 Parchment 55 G-A 57 Delton 47 G-A 45 Springfield 53 G-A 63 Mattawan 51 G-A 57 OTHER VITAL STATISTICS 1. Leading Scorer: Wayne Roelof - 202 pts. 2. Leading Re bounder: Wayne Roelof - 93 3. Best Free Throw Percentage: Dave Wilson - ll°lo 4. Best Field Goal Percentage: Wayne Roelof - 49 °}o 5. Leader in Assists: Dave Wilson - 43 Most Valuable Player; Wayne Roelof - 241 M.V.P. pts. Leading Contributor (not counting scoring): Jim Maxson - 136 M.V.P. pts. 68 J. V. ’s Show Improvement a a BACK ROW: P. VanVrankin, B. Shipe, L. Gross, J. Garrett, B. Maxson, R. Maxson FRONT ROW: V. Hinton, M. Carpenter, G. Wilson, D. Schuyler, T. Wilson, J. Curtis, T. Curtis Frosh Team Displays Ability BACK ROW: J. Towne, M. Schermerhom, J. Craven,. H. Kuiper, D. Stringham, T. Dieterman MIDDLE ROW: T. Miller, J. Greene, S. Powell, J. Coe, D. O’Donnell FRONT ROW: R. Block, D. Maxson, T. Smith, H. Echtinaw Coach Maskill Coach Cramer 69 s nSj JIM MAXSON - Co-captain Forward DAVE MEADOWS - Center e n i o r s DAVE WILSON - Co-captain Guard V WAYNE BRADY - Center BOB FELTCH - Guard Wrestling TOP ROW - Coach Cox, C. Wheeler, D. Murray, B. Gettys, J. Waybrandt, R. Mackey, J. Atkins, C. Henson, D. Snow MIDDLE ROW - G. Newton, D. Verway, B. Roe, T. Burkes, D. Aldrich, O. Merlor, S. Freer, S. Sommer- ville, R. Jenner BOTTOM ROW - M. Mezo, B. Armstong, D. Carter, G Dunithan, G. Little, H. Carter, F. Cox, S. Newton, B. Curry Harper Creek 16 G-A 36 Otsego 38 G-A 6 Springfield 40 G-A 8 Comstock 23 G-A 26 Constantine 29 G-A 17 Coloma 27 G-A 20 Union City 19 G-A 26 Otsego 36 G-A 11 Springfield 31 G-A 9 Harper Creek 33 G-A 9 Bronson 41 G-A 3 Comstock 32 G-A 18 Constantine 34 G-A 14 Coloma 24 G-A 24 Fred Doerfer and Jim Waybrandt help Steve Co-captains Jim Waybrandt and Fred Doerfer. Sommerville and Dale Murray improve their style. Track TOP ROW: T. Barret, D. Betz, B. Maskill, D. Murray, G. Huffman, L. Gross, B. Dirkse, G. Bottomly, T. Wayne, Coach Maskill MIDDLE ROW: Coach Cox, D. White, W. Cody, D. Wheat, B. Robbins, B. Miller, O. Merlau, B. Maxson, K. Sommerville, D. Meadows BOTTOM ROW: D. Barker, W. White, J. Brininstool, T. Meadows, S. Smith, R. Gibson, J. Couch, K. Mazur Triangular Meets G-A 29 Springfield 80 Union City 28 G-A 32 Mattawan 32 1 2 St. A 72 1 2 G-A 30 Bangor 56 1 2 Fennville 50 1 2 G-A 35 St. A 69 1 2 Comstock 32 1 2 Quadrangle Meet Kellogg 56 Delton 39 1 2 Richland 29 1 2 G-A 14 Dual Meets G-A 28 Delton 81 G-A 22 Parcnment 87 St. A 67 1 2 G-A 31 1 2 G-A 48 Kellogg 61 G-A 37 Richland 72 Dave Meadows sets new G-A record: 5TO 1 4” 72 Champions All BACK ROW: W. Roelof, F. Mills, D. Stewart, J. Maxson, J. Jennings, G. Wilson, G. Townsend, D. Frye; FRONT ROW: Coach Van Zandt, B. Feltch, R. Maxson, D. Weisblat, B. Vemmien, M. White, B. Reck, J. Oviatt. GA -5 Springfield 1 GA -3 K. Christian 3 GA -4 St. Augustine 3 GA -5 Pennfield 2 GA -3 Dowagiac 2 GA -5 Kellogg 0 GA -4 Comstock 1 GA -5 Pla inwell 2 GA -7 Wayland 0 GA -6 Parchment 1 GA -3 Richland 2 K.V.A. TOURNAMENT G-A - 13, Parchment - 7, Richland - 5, Comstock -2, Kellogg - 0. REGIONAL TOURNAMENT G-A - 14.5, St. Augustine - 9, Saranac - .75, Middleville - 0. Summer Baseball Initiated G-A 7 G-A 3 G-A 5 G-A 9 G-A 3 G-A 1 G-A 5 G-A 2 G-A 2 G-A 2 G-A 4 G-A 2 G-A 0 G-A 3 G-A 0 G-A 4 Won 5 Lost St. Augustine 8 Delton 5 Richland 4 Bangor 1 Bangor 10 Comstock 6 Kellogg 5 Parchment 6 Parchment 9 Comstock 3 Comstock 6 Bangor 1 Parchment 4 Delton 2 Richland 16 Richland 0 10 Tied 1 74 Class Officers 1 Mrs. Stager, Advisor; D. Wheat, Vice-President; S. Zahn, Treas¬ urer; B. Dirkse, President; Mr. Atwood, Advisor; K. Hogg, Sec¬ retary. B. Armstrong D. Balch B. Bastian B. Billiau D. Blodgett S. Brackney J. Brininstool R. Brininstool M. Camburn S. Carpenter D. Carter P. Collard M. Colvin L. C ook, J. Couch B. Cox M. Cox L. Crummel The End of the Year J. Curtis R. Daniel D. Dieterman B. Dirkse F. Doerfer M. Drobny L. Dunithan D. Dun mire D. Eppstein R. Eldred B. Eld ridge D. Frye M. Gale J. Garrett B. Gettys J. Gray R. Greene K. Hendershott Will Make Us Supreme K. Hogg T. Hopkins J. Jennings C. King M. Kuiper C. Landers B. Lem mein J. Livingston R. Lockwood K. Mazur M. Me Nett T. Meadows B. Miller L. Miller F. Mills T. Mollet D. Mussulman R. Nash u C. Newton M. Patterson D. Pierman T. Piper A. Reck W. Roelof D. Ruimveld P. Schuyler A. Shafer J. Slaga J. Smith N. Smith D. Snyder S. Southwood D. Srackangast D. Tassell B. Taylor B. Titus NOT PICTURED R. Banks T. Barrett B. Burks S. Bishop C. Carpenter M. Fitzgerald K. German F. Oosting L. Pearrow B. Torrey G. Tschupp C. VanDeWouwer N. VanDeWouwer C. Vukovich C. Waber L. Waber J. Wagner G. Waller G. Waltz L. Warsop R. Watts P. Webster 80 Class Officers B. Maxson , Vice-President; Mr. Morrison, Advisor; Mrs. King, Ad¬ visor; B. Maskill, President; E. Wager, Treasurer; K. LaCoss, Sec¬ retary. The Novelty of High School Wears B. Abbott J. Adams J. Anderson B. Armstrong D. Barker S. Bastian B. Binns R. Blake S. Bower T. Bowers D. Brady D. Brown T. Burke S. Campbell D. Carpenter H. Carter B. Cody J. Craven T. Curtis M. Cutler L. Damron M. Davis C. DeHaan M. DePlanche L. Dunkley P. Eastman L. Echtinaw C. Flook S. Freer J. Garrett R. Garrett M. Gott L. Greene L. Griffen P. Groat L. Gross R. Heath G. Henson J. Henson V. Hinton J. Jenner D. Johnson Off as Sophomores Serious Study P. Kaminski S. Kirklin K. LaCoss E. Lancaster G. Little A. Livingston G. Long D. Loveland R. Mabbott M. Machin R. Mackey N. Maile B. Maskill D. Maxfield B. Maxson C. Maxson R. Maxson R. Maxson O. Merlau T. Miller D. Murrey S. Nichols J. Ovaitt L. Parker G. Peterson D. Prart R. Reck H. Roelof G. Rosborough L. Rush more D. Schuyler R. Shipe J. Smith R. Smith S. Smith D. Snow S. Sommerville A. Srackangast M. Stearns S. Summers H. Tassell J. Tolmacs Not Pictured: J. Damron C. Wheeler W. Tschupp R. Soule M. Stillwell P. Sherrill B. Pierman A. Marcelletti R. Garrett M. Drobny W. Beaver J. Trujillo B. Underwood S. Van Avery L. Van Dyke P. Van Vranken D. Vaughn C. Waber E. Wagar B. Walker N. Warsop R. Webster K. Wheat G. White L. White M. White M. White W. White L. Whitehurst G. Wilson L. Zahn 84 Class Officers M. Carpenter, President; M. Brin- instool, Secretary; G. Dunithan, Treasurer; J. Greene, Vice-Presi¬ dent. (Not pictured) Advisors: Mrs. Burrell and Mr. Boomershine Eager Freshmen Fit Into L. Adams J. Adkins K. Anderson R. Barker R. Block P. Blodgett N. Bonner D. Bower D. Bower C. Breneman R. Bresson M. Brininstool M. Brodie P. Brown C. Busch P. Calkins J. Camburn L. Carpenter M. Carpenter P. Carpenter M. Castle L. Coburn P. Coburn M. Colvin C. Cook F. Cox K. Cox C. Craven B. Curry C. Curry T. Dieterman G, Dillon G. Dunithan H. Echtinaw K. Eib L. Eldred P. Emmons L. Eppstein J. Eyre J. Franz B. Gates D. Gettys Y. Goostrey D. Gormley J. Greene M. Gundrum E. Guyberson R. Haase The School Pattern R. Hawkins C. Henson R. Hewitt J. Hilton J. Hogg S. Hollanbaugh R. Hutchins D. Jones J. Kellay W. Kelsey S. Kepler L. Kirklin M. Kinney S. Kozloski H. Kuiper R. LaCoss J. Landers E. Lemon S. Lounsbery J. 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