Galesburg Augusta High School - Rambler Yearbook (Galesburg, MI)
- Class of 1967
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32 ; m ' x m Jii3pq -» •» • • ' ■ „ T • « ► TIT v ii- «3r « 4L ■ • ' ' mm 1 r+ ' m m + ' . • - • - r . « 7 -ck 9| ._ .J ' •■ — f • •- • . ... - Ti. K - 1967 Rambler Galesburg-Augusta High School Galesburg, Michigan F o r e w o r d Have you ever tried to imagine how many hours your hands spend working toward your diploma? Well, we have, and we found that the hours are many and the variety of aetivities is great. Can you ever forget the tiring hours of typing term papers or the many kleenex you stuffed and fold¬ ed into those miles of chicken wire for the Homecoming floats? Or how about those fifty strokes a day in Dr. Breneman’s soap test? We can even remember the tons of snow shoveled in the Big Snow Storm of 1967, and the days spent in preparation for the annual A.F.S. Fair. Our football team ' s hands brought us to the State Championship title by carrying that ball over for many touch¬ downs. The team ' s hands also wast¬ ed no time in grabbing the basket¬ ball tournament trophy during Christmas vacation. Most of all, we will always re¬ member the hands of friendship and guidance which have followed us through the years. Our parting thought is that each class after us will seek new knowledge and attain greater goals. Jackie Adams, Co-Editor Elizabeth Wagar, Co-Editor il Title Page.1 Foreword.2 Table of Contents.3 Staff. 4 Administration.5 Faculty.9 Seniors.17 Juniors.39 Sophomores.43 Freshmen.47 Activities.31 Organizations.hi Sports.77 Senior Directory.9: Advertisements.99 Autographs.121 « 1967 YEARBOOK STAFF Co-Editors. Business Manager Circulation. Advertising. Seniors. Activities Organizations Underclassmen. . . . Sports. Art. Junior Apprentices Advisors .Jackie Adams . . . Elizabeth Wager .Dwight Brady . . Sallie Van Avery .Betty Binns . . .Linda Van Dyke .... Harriett Roelof .Connie Flook .Kathy Wheat . . . Cindy De Haan .Steve Bower .Linda Zahn . Pete Van Vrankin .Kathy LaCoss . . Beth Underwood Melba Cutler Barker .Judy Trujillo .Pam Groat ... Jeannie Henson .Bill Maskill .Steve Smith .Joe Garrett . Lynette Whitehurst .John Towne .Sue Lounsbery .Linda Kirklin . . . Mary Brininstool .Mrs. Edwards .Mrs. Coggins To the Members of the Graduating Class of 1967: As you face the end of your high school career, I hope you will remember all the people that extended a helping hand to you during the last thirteen years. This help can best be repaid by doing your best in what¬ ever endeavor you may choose for your life’s work. Then, as you go through life, you will have many oppor¬ tunities to lend a helping hand to others who are on their way through school. Charles Coggins, Superintendent School Board Standing: Mr. Henson Mr. Shroyer Mr. Vetter Seated: Mr. Smith Mr. Greene Mr. Van Vranken Mrs. Brown To the Class of 1967: My congratulations to each of you as you complete your high school education at Galesburg-Augusta. It has been a pleasure and privilege to work with you during this school year. The Class of 1967 is stepping into an unbelievably exciting, but also a new kind of world. This new world will demand a new kind of person ... a person with genuine flexibility and freedom, a person who thrives on sensing and solving problems as complex and subtle and new as the technological environment of to¬ morrow. No one really knows what tomorrow will bring; we do know developments will be rapid and changes so cataclysmic, that only the sharpest and most sensitive will survive and flourish. May God be with you as you step into the challenge of tomorrow ' s world and guide your hands and heart. Sincerely, Kenneth W. Ward, Principal MRS. LOUNSBERY, Secretary School Employees BUS DRIVERS Left to right: J. Wagar, G. Morrison, R. Boomershine, G. McGinnis, W. Feist, D. Hanna Left to right: Mr. Mazur, Mr. Piper, Mr. Sharp, Mr. Cooley Left to right: Mrs. Kellay, Mrs. Anderson, Mrs. Block, Mrs. Reeder Faculty “The Hands That Guide” I DAVID HANNA ‘No limits but the sky.” GARY MORRISON Draw your salary before spending it.” WESLEY BURRELL “A teacher affects eternity; he can never tell where his influence stops.” DOMINIC COURT “The pen is the tongue of the mind.” JEAN COGGINS “What is well done is done soon enough.” MARY SHEEHAN I laughed ’til I cried.” “The entire library in which no book would have disdained its neighbor.” MARY DOREN “Great persons are able to do great kindnesses.” V ‘4 S 1 george McGinnis “Books must follow sciences, and not sciences books.” VERNON CRAMER “No counsel is more trustworthy.” ROGER BOOMERSHINE Put your shoulder to the wheel ’ GEORGE DUNN “He could fiddle all the bugs off a sweet potato vine.” WAYNE BERGER ELEANOR SMITH “And with my advice, I wish you would “All art constantly aspires towards the take me.” condition of music.” MARGARET TIBBITS “Help me with knowledge.” Student Teachers From left to right: L. Koglin, J. Goes, D. Ruster, K. Schmitt, J. Martin, D. Krietner. From left to right: R. Cearfoss, J. Sullivan, C. Steeb, D. Austin, K. Weiler, J. Bongers, G. Camp¬ bell. Missing: A. Hyde. Seniors VALEDICTORIAN — Elizabeth Ann Wagar holds the highest honor of a graduating class, that of being valedicto¬ rian. She has maintained a 4.0 average, a perfect record, throughout her high school years. Elizabeth, who has ma¬ jored in English, science, and math, intends to further her education at Michigan State University, where she will major in liberal arts. £ SALU TATORIAN — Chosen as this year’s salutatorian is Harriet Ann Roelof, with a 3.684 average. Majoring in English and social science, she plans to attend Hope Col¬ lege to major in elementary education. 18 National Honor Society Founded in 1921, the National Honor Society has now over 5000 chapters in the United States. It is organized as a branch of the National Association of Secondary Principals, and over the years election to this group has come to represent a very distinguished honor. Students are chosen upon the basis of four attributes: Character, Leadership, Service and Scholarship. The committee is pleased to announce that the following members have been elected for the year 1966-67, left to right: Connie Flook, Beth Underwood, Jackie Adams, Sallie VanAvery, Robert Reck, Elizabeth Wagar, Mr. Burrell (sponsor), Harriet Roelof, Steve Bower, Linda VanDyke, Roger Max- son, Linda Zahn, Nancy Maile. DAR PILGRIM — Harriet Roelof has been selected as D. A. R. Pilgrim by the girls of the senior class and the facul¬ ty on the basis of her personal qualities of patriotism, lead¬ ership, service and scholarship. The Daughters of the American Revolution was found¬ ed in 1890. It is composed of women who are descendants of any ancestor who “with unfailing loyalty rendered materi¬ al aid to the cause of independence as a recognized pa¬ triot”. The object of the organization is to maintain institu¬ tions of American freedom. 19 Class Officers v BETTY BINNS Secretary SUE SUMMERS Homecoming Queen Homecoming DANNY VAUGHN King ED MOGUEL Honorary King GAILEN WHITE Treasurer JACKIE ADAMS Senior Representative Royalty 20 Doug Barker “If music be the food of love, play on.” Jackie Adams “Brown eyes of beauty, laugh to me again.” Sandy Bastian “Sweeter than the placid flow of the fairest dream.” Betty Binns “Whose smiles all other maids’ surpass” Bob Blake “He said little, but to the purpose.” Pat Bowen Steve Bower “Handsome is as handsome does.” “You see beyond a moment’s pause” 22 Ted Bowers “Always leave them laughing when you say good-bye.” Dwight Brady “It is a rough road to the heights of greatness.” Sandy Campbell Donald Carpenter Brenda Cody “Her voice was ever soft, “A worshiper of Nature, “Make new friends, but keep gentle, and low.” hither came.” the old.” Jeff Craven “Accept thy privilege to be great.” Kellie Cody “I am as free as Nature first made man.” Marcus Davidson Cindy DeHaan “Then give the world the “All the world’s a stage” best you have.” Melba Cutler “The eyes have one language everywhere.” 23 Margaret De Planche “I’ll break and forge the stars anew.” Mary Drobny “Her own soil sings beneath her feet.” Pat Eastman “I stop somewhere waiting for you.” Senior dance Linda Dunkley “Some candle clear burns somewhere I come by.” Lynne Echtinaw “The unextinguished laughter shakes the skies.” Connie Flook “There was a star danced, and under that I was born.” Margaret Gott “Every choice is mine.” Scott Freer ‘All experience is an arch to build upon.” Joe Garrett “Serene, I fold my arms and wait.” Len Greene ‘Who is he that would become my follower?” Susan Gardiner “She has laughed as softly as if she sighed.” Pam Groat “The heaven of each is but what each desires.” 25 Jeanne Henson “The stairway climbed and climbed.” 26 Dianne Harmon “Dreamer of dreams born out of my due time.” Greg Henson “One of the ones that Midas touched.” Diane Johnson “Long hair streaming down.” Steve Kirklin “It is a rough road that leads to the heights of greatness.” Kathy LaCoss “The years of gold, when all the months were May.” Ethel Lancaster ‘Loveliness is enough.” Gary Little “The mildest manners, and the gentlest heart.” Alan Livingston “Not the briefest moment, yours or mine, can ever come again.” “Senior Court” Georgia Long ‘Nobody, not even the rain, has such small hands.” 27 Ed Loveland “It’s the little things that count.” Mike Machin “Smile young man. Be happy.” Nancy Maile ‘I look at all things as they Ann Marcelletti “I exist as I am, that is enough.” Bill Maskill “On what stuff Ambition feeds!” Bob Maxson “Brevity is the soul of wit.” 28 Roger Maxson ’’Listen, you may be allowed to hear my laughter from a cloud.” Terry Miller “Time is the image of eternity.” Dale Murray “Laugh and the world laughs with you.” Ed Moguel “Come, give me your hand, sir, my friend and my brother.” Sharon Nichols “Joy too exquisite to last, and yet, more exquisite when past.” Jerry Oviatt “From the crown of his head, to the sole of his foot, he is all mirth.” Gary Peterson “And I thought about Carol.” 29 Bonnie Pierman ‘I see thy glory like a shooting star.” Doug Pratt “Wisdom is the conqueror of fortune.” Mary Ray “I greet the sky face to face.” Lunch hour Harriet Roelof Silence is more musical than any song.” Virginia Rogers ‘Her heart within her did not fail.” Gail Rosborough “Some weep because they part, and others because they never parted.” Joyce Smith “But you were something more than young and sweet and fair.” Richard Smith “He had no malice in his mind.” 31 Helen Tassell “Let the rain kiss you; trickle through your hair.” Marlene Stearns “I had a pleasant time with my mind, for it was happy.” Susan Summers “And her face so fair stir’d with her dreams.” Judy Trujillo “She can take the darkness out of the night time.” Beth Underwood “What wisdom can you find that is greater than kindness?” Coke Hi-Fi Dance Linda Van Dyke “My soul is grown deep like the rivers.” Pete Van Vranken “As large as life and twice as natural.” Dan Vaughn “I awoke one morning and found myself famous.” 33 Candy Waber “All goes onward and outward, nothing collapses.” Elizabeth Wagar ‘Blessing she is; God made her so.” Roxann Webster ‘Hold fast your dreams!” Kathy Wheat “A mind forever voyaging through strange seas of thought alone.” Craig Wheeler “So then at the ends of the earth I’ll stand.” v -v v 34 Gailen White “And I who have happiness to share.” Lillette White “I am content to live it all again.” Wayne White “With restless hands and casual tongue.” Lynett Whitehurst “Go and catch a falling star.” Greg Wilson “Go where glory waits thee.” NOT PICTURED: Bradley Armstrong Larry Lincoln Griffin Sharon M. Kudary Terry Wunderlin Fame is the thirst of youth.” Linda Zahn “As lovely as Pandora.” - - : _ ’_ A Va Averv EDDIE LOVELAND GREG HENSON GARY PETERSON h e e I s PETE Van VRANKEN 38 ALAN LIVINGSTON Juniors L. Adams rt:-Adkins R. Barker B. Bird R. Block Picture Not Available P. Blodgett N. Bonner M. Bouchard S. Bowen D. Bower D. Bower C. Breneman R. Bresson M. Brininstool P. Brown J. Camburn M. Carpenter P. Carpenter M. Castle J. Coburn “For now the field is not far off where L. Coburn J Coe M. Colvin C. Cook F. Cox K. Cox E. Crandell C. Craven B. Curry T. Dieterman G. Dillon G. Dunithan H. Echtinaw L. Eldred L. Eppstein J. Franz B. Gates D. Gettys Y. Goostrey D. Gormley J. Greene E. Guyberson R. Haase R. Hawken C. Henson R. Hewitt J. Hilton L. Hinson Left to Right (Seated) Advisor — Mrs. Burrell, Treas. — Ruth Haase, Sec. — Joey Hilton, V. Pres. — Linda Kirklin, Pres. — Mary Brininstool, (Stand¬ ing) Advisor — Mr. Burrell. we must give the world a proof” J H °gg S. Hollanbaugh D. Hough R. Hutchins R. Inman D. Jones J. Kellay S. Kepler L. Kirklin S. Kozloski H. Kuiper R. LaCoss S. Lounsbery J. Lovins T. Masten D. Maxson D. McConnell J. McConnell R. McDaniel V. McGowan M. Mezo A. Miller D. Miller K. Miner P. Miner D. Mitchell K. Mulder P. Myers G. Newton S. Newton G. Nicholls M. Nichols D. O ' Donnell W. Patterson J. Pearrow D. Pierce P. Pitko M. Prechel E. Pringle L. Reynolds B. Roe C. Rogers G. Romig J. Root D. Rumsey S. Schieber K. Shields J. Sims C. Smith T. Smith B. Stoker C. Streich D. Stringham M. Tassel 1 B. Taylor S. Titus J. Towne D. Verway J. Verway J. Waybrant G. White M. Wilcox T. Wilson 42 Sophomores tt not what man does which exults » him, but what man would do.” J. Abbott D. Adkins E. Adkins L. Armstrong S. Barnhart L. Behlki P. Belt M. Blake R. Blodgett S. Booth D. Boyd H. Brady B. Branham S. Brodie L. Burris L. Bush K. Carpenter M. ChafTee J. Clarke R. Coville B. Cox M. Coyer D. Damato E. Darling D. Dentler K. Depue D. Dillon K. Eldridge T. Farrow R. Fowler M. Garrett J. Gladysz J. Groh S. Haines T. Hinson A. Hocking L. Hunt K. Hunter D. Hutchins P. Jacobs D. Jones K. Reiser D. Kent L. Kepler N. Knapper I. Landers E. Lemon J. Lindsay B. Little L. Little F. Long S. Loveland T. Mann J. Maskill Left to Right — Mrs. Doran — Advisor, Sue Haines — Pres., Mr. McGinnis — Advisor, Mary Mendenhall — Treas., Jayne Maskill — Sec., Elmer Adkins — V. Pres. T. Maxson S. Meadows M. Mendenhall K. Morgan D. Morrison D. Newton J. Osmun S. Overkamp G. Peckham M. Percy J. Pierce H. Pierman K. Pierman M. Pratt B. Prescott A. Pringle B. Reynolds R. Rogers C. Roth M. Ruimveld D. Scott D. Shafer B. Sherrill S. Seiting t ' A IB ltd P. Barrett W. Burns S. Curtiss S. Eberhard Y. Green J. Morrison S. Nichols R. Rietz P. Shupp M. Shirley W. Stoeffler S. Tolmacs W. Townsend G. Waltz J. Smith R. Smith J. Sootsman M. Tassel 1 B. Taylor D. Thomas E. Thompson S. Thompson S. Torrey M. Tschupp B. Underwood L. Waber S. Wagner K. Walker S. Walters T. Watson R. Waybrant R. Webster C. Whitehurst D. Wright J. Van Avery J. Vandenboss S. Van Dyke D. Vaughn 46 Freshmen L. Abbott V. Armstrong C. Barker M. Barrett D. Batey J. Bennett D. Birkenmeyer C. Block G. Blunt T. Bogue “Out of the shadows of Night The world rolls into light” R. Boomershine R. Bouback J. Bozarth «• Left to Right — Treas. — Stan Chaffee, V. Pres. Gary Stringham, Advisor — Mr. Daly, Pres. Carl German, Advisor — Mrs. Velasquez, Sec. Mary Summers. T. Bresson D. Brodie R. Brown A J. Burks M. Bussell J. Campbell P. Carpenter S. Chaffee C. Champion 1 fck A 4 D. Coburn I. Cody S. Coe V v C. Cook J. Cosgrove B. Coyer M. Cutler D. Daniels L. Dentler J. Dinzik M. Dorgan D. Elliott D. Field J. Fowler C. German P. Goostrey H. Gross D. Guthrie C. Haase G. Harper C. Herron C. Hewitt C. Holly D. Johnson J. Johnson R. Jones B. Kelly C. Kiracofe K. Kirk M. Lancaster D. Launius A. Livas N. Long Ifif )fc J. Mason D. Maxson D. Maxson R. Mazur T. McConnell 49 J. McDaniel T. McNett A. Mendenhall M. Mezo H. Moore R. Mussulman T. Nichols M. Noora D. O’Donnell J. Parks V. Pierce R. Prescott D. Rediker M. Roe J. Roelof J. Roelof L. Rogers C. Rushmore L. Salik C. Simmons K. Simmons R. Simons M. Skidmore C. Smith W. Smith D. Soule B. Stoker G. Stringham M. Summers R. Thomas W. Treadway M. Vaughn B. Van Antwerp D. Vandenboss K. Van Dyke C. Van Vranken R. Vereeke T. Walker L. Wagar M. Warsop E. White D. Whitman R. Wolford J. Worst NOT PICTURED: W. Bird B. Marr M. Pelton G. Born W. Miner J. Shaw J. Jones S. Nichols R. Marko K. Pearrow Activities Homecoming Festivities Third Place Fourth Place Sophom ore Float Freshman Float 52 Homecoming Court Senior Representative Jackie Adams Homecoming Royalty And Escorts 54 Junior Representative Sandy Titus Honorary Homecoming King “Ed” Moguel 1966 Sophomore Representative Sue Nichols Ed Moguel Jackie Adams Debby Brodie Sue Nichols Sandy Titus Danny Vaughn Freshman Representative Debby Brodie Blue Hawaii 56 Class of “67’ Average??? “All Shook Up” Organizations UNDERCLASSMEN EDITORS: Jeanne Henson, Pamela Groat 1967 — Yearbook Staff 6 BUSINESS MANAGER: Dwight Brady ARTIST: Lynette Whitehurst ORGANIZA HON EDITORS: Judy Trujillo, Melba Cutler, Beth Underwood with photographer R. Sutula SPORTS EDITORS: Bill Maskili, Joe Garrett, Steve Smith AT WORK ACTIVITIES EDITORS: Pete VanVranken, Kathy LaCoss, Steve Bower, Linda Zahn JUNIOR APPRENTICES: Linda Kirklin, Mary 3rinins- tool, Sue Lounsbery, John T owne gree GALESBURG-AUGUSTA SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL Rock id down to ti all the smok hands out •d the no e-stai irtv Left to right: Photographer, D. Schuyler; layout Editor, R. LaCoss; Asst. Ed., R. Bark¬ er; Editor, S. Hollanbaugh; Asst. Ed., S. Smith. Gunners for G-A ' Udley Snow, Elqi ■•ovins, ' ther meet was hel ' tober 26, with Gull ior competing, it f ormance for Bangor u 5 Places taken- V y eck finished si Eugene Lemon came y A AND t NIFOR.. Ine new band t forms for tne . } ‘igh School Dan finally Jig re, . T le unf with brass Typists, left to right: D. McConnell, S. Schieber, N. Bonner, J. Verwey. ave the xams To Beat Tige Rampages staff writing! writing! Back Row, left to right: J. Garrett, R. LaCoss, M. Wilcox, D. Schuyler, D. Gettys, V. McGowan, B. Taylor, C. Smith, L. Reynolds ' , J. Towne, B. Underwood, Front Row, left to right: M. Brininstool, M. Castle, S. Titus, L. Kirklin, P. VanVranken, L. Eldred. OFF TO SELL! Left to right: C. De- Haan, G. Romig, L. Griffin, T. Smith. High School Reporters WKMI REPORTER S. Summers K. Wheat Student Council From Front right: S. Kudary, J. Gladysz, J. Grob D. Shafer, B. Stoker, H. Gross, B. Maskill, L. Eppstein, S ' . Titus, E. Waear, R. Hawkins, R. Maxson, Mr. Ward. With Roger Maxson serving his sec¬ ond year as president, the Student Council has carried on its many activi¬ ties of recent years. In addition, it has purchased a permanent trophy, desig¬ nating the Galesburg-Augusta football team the Class C champions in the state since the one awarded by the As¬ sociated Press is a traveling trophy. Pennants for the new schools in KVA, Springfield and Fennville, have been provided to hang in the gym. Five fine assembly programs have been pres¬ ented under Student Council Sponsor¬ ship. Mr. Ward is advisor to the group. Chess Club Seated, left to right: D. Scott, D. O’Donnell, vice pres., J. Cosgrove; pres., J. Lovins; treas, P. Goostrey; sec., H. Gross, R. Prescott. Standing: J. Camp¬ bell, R. Brown, M. Skidmore, K. Morgan 1st Row: M. Brininstool, E. Lancaster, J. Henson. 2nd Row: L. Eppstein, L. Kirklin, S. Lounsbery, J. Hilton. 3rd Row: E. Moguel, H. Pierman, K. Carpenter, B. Verwey, C. Rushmore, J. Smith, J. VanAvery, J. Adams. 4th Row: R. Waybrant, M. Blake, K. Eldridge, S. Booth, P. Groat. Standing 1. to r.: Mrs. Lilly, B. Sherrill, J. Root, P. Miner, L. Reynolds, D. Gettys, V. McGowan, S. Kirklin, M. Men¬ denhall, R. Haase, S. Summers, A. Vindcdahl, J. Maskill, K. Keiser, K. VanDyke, L. Hinson, R. Heath, D. Rumsey, J. Kellay. French Club Pres., L. Eppstein V ' lF Left to right: Vice pres., B. Underwood; Sec., B. Binns; Pres., S. Van Avery; Treas., E. Wager. Vice pres. L. Kirklin ft II III llRUV Treas., J. Gladysz First Row: J. Maskill, M. Mendenhall, A. Vindedahl, M. Dorgan, M. BLake. 2nd Row: J. Waybrant, M. Brininstool, K. Eldridge, J. Hilton, M. Prechel. Standing: B. Verwey, N. Maile, B. Reynolds, D. Vaughn, R. Haase, S. Lounsbery, P. Miner, T. Watson, S. Curtis, S. Sieting, M. Lancaster, M. Mezo, S. Haines, S. VanDyke, J. Fowler, J. Henson, Mrs. Lilly. 67 FTA Standing, left to right: M. Lancaster, M. Warsop, S. Smith, N. Maile, R. LaCoss, J. Henson. Back Row, left to right: C. Cook, L. Reyn¬ olds, C. DeHaan, L. Whitehurst. 3rd Row, left to right: S. Titus, S. Lounsbery, C. Rushmore, P. Groat. 2nd Row, left to right: J. Way- brant, J. Camburn, L. Kirklin, P. Miner. Front Row, left to right: S. Hollanbaugh, D. Gettys, V. McGowen. Y-Teens Back Row, left to right: J. Simms, D. Gormley, S. Garrett, M. Mendenhall, R. Inman. 4th Row: S. Eberhard, S. Lounsbery, J. Maskill, D. Vaughn. 3rd Row: H. Pierman, S. Schieber, M. Barrett, B. Taylor, S. Curtis. 2nd Row: K. Eldridge, T. Nichols, L. Salik, D. Guthrie. 1st Row: J. Verwey, B. Verwey. 68 FTA OFFICERS, left to right: Parliamentarian, R. LaCoss; Sec., S. Van Avery; vice pres., B. Un¬ derwood; Advisor, Mr. Berger; treas., J. Hilton; pres. B. Binns. Y-TEEN OFFICERS,: Treas., M. Wilcox; Vice Pres., S. Lounsbery; pres., M. Schieber; sec., B. Taylor. FHA Seated: M. Warsop, D. Whit¬ man, E. Lancaster, L. Echtinaw, G. Rosborough, C. W ' hitehurst, B. Taylor. Standing: P. Jacobs, R. Rodgers, B. Sherrill, D. Boyd, G. Peckham, T. Farrow, M. Tas- sell, Mrs. King, Sponsor; L. Dunkley, J. Sootsman, J. Smith 69 Seated: A. Miller, J. Eyre, D. Daniels, V. Rogers, K. Simmons, N. Long. Standing: L. White, L. Whitehurst, D. Gettys, J. Root, B. Abbott, V. McGowen, R. Inman, M. Mezo, Mrs. Stager (Spon.) Science Club First Row: J Kellay, J. Hilton, M. Dorgan, J. Roelof, B. Maskill, F. Cox, K. Keiscr, S. Van Dyke, R. Waybrant, L. Hinson Second Row: B. Reck, L. Reynolds, D. Rumsey, R. La Coss, D. Shafer, D. Bower, D. Birkenmeyer, E. Moguel, K. Eldridge, M. Briniostool SCIENCE CLUB OFFICERS, Left to right: Sec , J. Gladysz: Hist., J. Towne; Pres., R. Hawkins; Vice pres., L. Eppstein; Reporter, J. Waybrant; Advisor, Mr. McGinnis Library Club LIBRARY CLUB OFFICERS, Hist., S. Camp¬ bell; Pres., L. Van Dyke; Vice pres., B. Binns; Spon., Mrs. Burrell; Sec. Treas., V. McGowan. 70 Left to Right: D. Gettys, N. Maile, P. Miner, J. Henson, L. Eppstein, D. Rumsey, L. Echtinaw Commercial Club Standing: Mr. Liebsak, Mrs. Edwards, Mrs. Yardley, B. Taylor, J. Trujillo, S. Summers, G. Romig, M. Stearns, L. Whitehurst, J. Smith, J. Jenner, S. Bastin, S. Loveland, S. Meadows, H. Pierman, K. Pierman, D. McConnell, M. Stillwell, S. Hollanbaugh, H. TasselF, R. Yeager, C. Smith, D. Gormley, C. Rogers. Kneeling: D. Hutchins, B. Cox, C. DeHaan, S. Schieber, S. Sieting, G. Long, J. Van Avery, J. Smith, B. Verwey, S. Booth, J. Verwey, C. Whitehurst, M. Gott. President Jackie Adams Vice-President Karen Miner Secretary Pat Eastman Treasurer Kathy LaCoss Pledges Left to right: J. Smith, S. Sietling,J. Van Avery, B. Verwey, H. Pierman, B. Cox, K. Pierman, J. Jenner, D. Hutchins, C. Whitehurst. 71 Concessionaires £eu»: Back Row: C. Cook, D. Whit¬ man, N. Bonner, J. Hilton, R. La- Coss, P. Eastman, C. Henson, J. Smith, J. Cobum. Co-Op The snack bar at 3 P.M. DISTRIBUTIVE CO-OPS: Seated, G. Little, M. Stillwell, R. Yeager: Standing, R. Heath, J. Tolmacs, A. Livingston, L. Gross, G. Hale, D. Johnston, B. Pierman. A OFFICE CO-OPS: Seated, P. Eastman, M. Stearns, S. Bas- tin. Standing: J. Jenner,J. Adams, G. Long, M. Gott, K. La- Coss. SCHOOL OFFICE CO-OPS: J. Smith, J. Trujillo, H. Tassell. Concert Band Back Row left to right: P. Miner, C. Rushmore, J. Gladysz, J. Abbott, Mr. Dunn, Mr. Ruster, B. Sherrill, G. Whitehurst, P. Myers. 3rd Row, left to right: L. Abbott, C. Kiracofe, R. Marko, D. Dentler, S. Chaffee, D. Birkenmeyer,J. Craven, L. Adams, D. Scott, S. Van Av¬ ery, D. Rediker, T. Watson, M. Cutler, T. Farrow, C. Craven, J. Cambum, R. Smith. 2nd Row: J. Fowler, E. Lancaster, M. Tassel, H. Pierman, L. Zahn, S. Lounsbery, R. Haase, T. Bogue, S. Sieting, L. Coburn, B. Cox. 1st Row, left to right: M. Cutler, H. Roelof, L. W r hitehurst, A. Mendenhall, J. Kellay, D. Shafer, J. Hilton. Back Row, left to right: C. Whitehurst, C. Rushmore, D. Scott, J. Cra¬ ven, L. Adams, D. Shafer, S. VanAvery, D. Brady, T. Watson, R. Smith. Front Row, left to right: P. Miner, B. Sherril l, A. Mendenhall, L. Cob¬ um, M. Cutler, B. Cox. Left to right: Sec. treas., J. Hil ton; Vice pres., D. Brady; Pres., J Craven. Back Row, left to right: S. VanAvery, C. Rushmore, B. Sherrill, B. Cox, L. Whitehurst, M. Cu¬ tler, E. Lancaster, Front Row: C. Rediker, R. Smith, C. Whitehurst, D. Scott, L. Zahn, L. Adams, L. Cobum, J. Craven. 73 Girls Athletic Association From back, left to right: K. Simmons, J. Waybrant, L. Hinson, J. Kellay, L. Reynolds, P. Miner, J. Cambum, N. Long, D. Fields, C. Barker, D. Batey, M. Tschupp, M. Blake, K. Eldridge, M. Brininstool, S. Haines, M. Pratt, S. VanDyke, K. Reiser,J. Smith.C. Henson, C. Cook, T. Farrow, M. Tassell, S. Wagner, L. Rogers, L. Kepler, R. Rogers, S. Kepler, D. Daniels, S. Garrett, D. Vaughn, J. Johnson, M. Warsop, D. Whitman, J. Mason, S. Sieting, B. Branham, B. Verwey, K. Carpenter, M. Dorgan, B. Stoker, J. Roelof, C. Block, S. Coe,C. Hewitt, M. Mezo, B. VanAntwerp, K. VanDyke, M. Wilcox; R. Inman, J. Van A very, J, Smith, R. Waybrant, S. Booth, K. Pierman,T. Bowue, K. Haase. L. Abbott, C. Kiracofe, K. Simmons, J. Henson, S. Campbell, J. Maskill, M. Mendenhall, N. Bonner, M. Nichols, G. Romig, J. Hilton, M. Barrett, M. Summers, A. Vindedahl, K. Walker, P. Carpenter, R. Blodgett, K. Cox, B, Abbott, R. Musselman, D. Guthrie, D. Brodie, T. Nichols, B. Coyer, L. Echtinaw, J. Sootsman, S. Summers, S. Tolmacs. GAA OFFICERS GOOD FOR TWO POINTS! Left to right: Treas., R. Haase; Pres., S. Titus; Advisor, Mrs. Winter; Sec., L. Eppstein 74 Varsity Club Back, Left to right: J. Oviatt, G. Henson, M. Carpenter, F. Cox, T. Dieterman, J. Greene, J. Craven, R. Maxon, Front: D. Stringham, S. Smith, J. Hogg, H. Kuiper. VARSITY CLUB OFFICERS, Left to Right: Pres., D. Brady; Vice pres., B. Blake; Sec., J. Garrett; Treas., B. Maskill. Track Club Standing left to right: B. Reck,T. Dieterman, R. Hawkens, Kneeling left to right: B. Maskill, M. Carpenter, J. Towne, F. Cox, S. Smith, B. Maxson. 75 Cheerleaders JV Cheerleaders Left to right: C. Haase, M. Summers, R. Musselman, C. Block. Chorus G-A Ram Mascot, S. Booth Varsity Cheerleaders Left to right: K. Eldridge, J. Kelly; S. Titus, M. Blake; G. Romig, A. Vindedahl. Back Row, Left to Right: D. Soules, D. Miller, C. Herron, L. Hinson, D. Maxson, P. Blodgett, P. Pitko, J. Lovins, S. Garrett, L. Vaughn. Middle Row: J. VanAvery, A. Pringle, I. Cody, L. Dentler, D. Hough, P. Miner, K. Santora, S. Wagner, E. Crandell, L. Echtinaw, M. Castle. Front Row: C. Simmons, J. Pierce, J. Smith, P. Jacobs, D. Vaughn, C. Hewitt, G. Peckham, D. Boyd, M. Coyer, C. Kiracofe. 76 Football Coaches Coach Maskill Coach Morgan Coach McGinnis Coach Van Zandt G-A Presented . . . State Champ trophy Area trophy K.V.A. Trophy Coach Maskill Dan Vaughn Holding State Champ trophy Steve Smith and Bill Maskill Holding K.V.A. Trophy Dan Vaughn Steve Smith Bill Maskill and Coach Maskill Holding Team of year Trophy _____ jalesburg-Augusta No. 1 In Michigan Yarns’ Mark )f 8-0 Leads H-D Ratings South Haven Ties For Fourth Place Galesburg-Augusta winner of ne straight games this season, •day was crowned Class C-D ate prep football champion in le final Associated Press poll ' sports writers. The Rams of coach Bill Mas- 11 join Class A Battle Creek entral and Class B Saginaw ad Buena Vista as 1966 state igh school football titlists. Coach Bill Maskill’s Gales- irg-Augusta team also reigned 5 state Class C-D champion in 62, when it posted a perfect 0 record. Galesburg-Augusta has corn- led a remarkable record since askill took over as football ach in 1957. The Rams lost all eight games Maskill’s first year, but they ere 7-1 the following seasoa ad 8-1 a year later. Since the inless 1957 campaign, G les- arg-Augusta has compiled a (55- record under Maskill. Galesburg-Augusta earlier this ;ason won the Kalamazoo Val- y Association and Gazette rea rating championships. P«tl pH. 3 45 37 36 21 19 19 CLASS C D Team, Record T. Galesburg-Augusta (8-0) 2. Detroit St. Ambrose (8-0) 3. Flint St. Matthew (9-0) 4. Ubly (9-0) 5. Union CJty (8-0) 6. Onsted (7-0-1) 7. St. Ignoc (8-1) 8. Clinton Boysville (7-1). 9. Soglnaw Ss. Peter Paul (8 1) 12 10. (tie) Armoda (8-1) 10 Alpena Catholic Central (8-1) 10 Middlevllle (8-1) 10 Others, In order: L’Anse, Newaygo, ■ - - Flint Holy Eighth Grade Squad 1962 A football squad that five years ago — as an undefeated eighth grade unit — made a vow that it would claim the state football championship in high school competition is honored by the Rambler for achieving t that goal. Our undefeated Rams won nine straight games while rolling to the title. State Champs Top Row: G. Dunithan, J. Hogg, R. Hutchins, R. Mazur, J. Franz, J. Towne, H. Kuiper, J. Greene, J. Garrett, D. Murray, G. Youngs. Second Row: R. Maxson, S. Powell, T. Bowers, C. Craven, D. Stringham, D. Verwey, J. Craven, G. Henson, B. Curry, D. Schuyler, T. Masten, R. Block. Third Row: Coach McGinnis, D. Brady, G. Newton, J. Oviatt, B. Blake, F. Cox,T. Dieterman, D. Miller, B. Roe, L. Gross, M. Carpen¬ ter, R. Powell, Mgr. Fourth Row: Coach Maskill, J. Dinzik, Mgr., M. Skidmore, Mgr., S. Smith, D. Vaughn, B. Mask ill, Coaches Van Zandt, Morgan, Cox. State Ratings KVA Standings Scores TEAM, RECORD POLL PTS. TEAM, RECORD River Valley 6 G-A 14 1. Galesburg-Augusta (9-0) 55 l. Galesburg-Augusta (5-0) Parchment 0 G-A 26 2. Det. St. Ambrose(9-0) 47 2. Parchment (3-2) Gull Lake 13 G-A 62 3. Flint St. Matthew (9-0) 45 3. Delton (3-2) Fennville 12 G-A 58 4. Ubly (9-0) 37 4. Fennville (2-3) Springfield 7 G-A 14 5. Union City (8-0) 36 5. Mattawan (1-4) Mattawan 6 G-A 39 6. Onstead (7-0-1) 21 6. Bangor (1-4) Bangor 6 G-A 46 7. St. Ignace (8-1) 19 Delton 7 G-A 28 8. Clinton Boysville (7-1) 18 St. Philip 13 G-A 19 9. Saginaw St. Peter Paul (8-1) 12 10. Middleville (8-1) 10 81 STEVE SMITH - LB Co-captain play 82 l teainst though he - Od 3-5 » £ tef 0 o ? _ 83 Back Row: Coach Morrison, N. Knapper, L. Eldred, E. Atkins, D. O’Donnell S. Overcamp, J. Morrison, Front Row; T. Maxson, J. Osmun, R. Coville. H. Brady, M. Ruimveld, R. Webster, D. Atkins. Back Row: C. Champion, L. Wagar, R. Vereeke, B. Treadway, H. ' Moore, Coach Cox, Middle Row: D. Cobum, J Campbell, H. Gross, P. Carpenter, D. Maxson, M. Roe, J. Worst, M. Nora, Front Row: G. White, J. Roelof, J. McDan iel, G. Stringham, J. Jones, W. Smith, D. Rediker, D. Vandenboss 86 Basketbal COACH MORRISON BILL MASKILL - Sr. Guard Co-Captains Rog and Bill with Christmas Tournament trophy. GREG WILSON — Sr. Guard 88 P. VanVranken, J. Towne, T. Wilson, B. Maskill, R. Max- son, J. Greene, S. Smith. VARSITY SCORES 8 WINS - 8 LOSSES G-A 39 St. Joe Cath. 64 G-A 71 Mattawan 39 G-A 57 Parchment 51 G-A 54 Delton 46 G-A 42 Plainwell 41 G-A 38 Pennfield 34 G-A 52 Mattawan 29 G-A 52 Bangor 62 G-A 55 Fennville 46 G-A 54 Gull Lake 61 G-A 51 Springfield 61 G-A 50 Parchment 52 G-A 38 Delton 40 G-A 38 Bangor 41 G-A 65 Fennville 57 G-A 58 St. Philip 63 PETE VANVRANKEN - Sr. Center STEVE SMITH - Sr. Guard JOE GARRETT - Sr. Forward Top Row from left to right: A. Hocking, J. Groh, E. Atkins, W. Bums, J. Jones, and N. Knapper. Bottom Row: S. Ov¬ ercamp, L. Eldred, J. Osman, W. Stoeffler, B. Underwood, D. Adkins. Not shown G. Brady. F r e s h m a n Top Row from left to right: J. Roelof, R. Boomershine, P. Shupp, D. Maxson, B. Smith, E. White. Bottom Row: D. Coburn, M. Cutler, R. Mazur, J. McDaniel, M. Skidmore, T. McNett. 90 Back Row: R. Coville, F. Cox, J. Franz, M. Bussell, D. Murray, K. Morgan, Front Row: L. Armstrong, E. Lemon, S. Bro- die, B. Armstrong, H. Gross, M. Noora, Coach A. Cox. Co-Captains Brad and Dale with Christmas tournament trophy. Front Row: L. Armstrong, L. Wager, C. Champion, D. Jones, Back Row: Coach A. Cox, S. ChafTee, D. Verway, M. Chaflee, M. Row. Top Row left to right: D. Dentler, B. Maxson, B. Hinsley, J. Towne, B. Dirkse, D. Brady, G. Youngs, R. Maxson, K. Mazur, Coach Maskill. Middle Row: A. Hocking, T. Dieterman, G. Brady, L. Burris, M. Carpenter, R. Hawkins, S. Smith, B. Maskill, J. Clark. Bottom Row: R. Coville, D. Kent, J. Harmar, S. Powell, R. Block, R. Reck, J. Brininstool, F. Cox, T. Meadows. 4ft Record Breakers” H it v? iiKS 880 Relay Time: 1:37 7 Mile Relay Time: 1:38.7 Ken Mazur 100 yd. Dash 10.4 Bob Maxson Mile Run 4:42.3 Tom Meadows LJ. 20 ' 6 " 93 Basebal Fop Row left to right: D. Brady, B. Maskill, H. Kuiper, Coach Morrison, R. Nash, D. Stringham. Middle Row: T. Wilson, J. Groh, K. Mazur, S. Smith, E. Guyberson, R. Block, G. Wilson. Bottom Row: D. Adkins, B. Lemmien, J. Hogg, J. Greene, L. Greene, J. McConnel. Senior Directory BEVERLY J. ABBOTT FTA 1, 2, 3, 4, FNA 1, 2, 3, 4, Fall Play 4, French Club 1, 2. JACALYN RUTH ADAMS Commercial Club 2, vice pres. 3, Pres. 4, GAA 1, 2, 3, AFS 4, Spring Play 1, 2, Fall Play 1, 2, O. Co-op 4, Homecoming rep. 4, Class sec. 3, French Club 1, Yearbook Staff 3, 4, Pep Club 1, 2. BRADLEY D. ARMSTRONG Wrestling 2, 3, 4, J.V. Football 1. HAR RY DOUGLAS BARKER Wrestling 2, Track 1, Tel-Tales 1, 2, 3, 4. SANDRA E. BASTIN Transfer from Nazareth, Commercial Club 3, 4, GAA 2, 3, FNA 2, sec. 3, O. Co-op 4. ROBERT L. BLAKE Varsity Club 2, 3, vice pres. 4, Wrestling 1, J.V. Football 1, 2, Var. Football 3, 4, J.V. Basketball 3. ELIZABETH ANN BINNS FTA Pres. 4, GAA 1, AFS 3, sec. 4, Class sec. 4, Library Club vice pres. 4, Yearbook Staff 4, Pep Club 1. PATRICK JEFFERY BOWEN Transfer from Fort Knox, Kentucky. STEVEN D. BOWER Class Pres. 4, Yearbook Staff 3, 4. TED JAMES BOWERS Var. Football 2, 3, 4, J.V. Football 1, Track 1 . DWIGHT H. BRADY Varsity Club 2, 3, Pres. 4, Wrestling 1, J.V. Football 3, Var. Football 4, Var. Basketball 3, Yearbook Staff 4, Band 1, 2, 3, Pres. 4, Pep Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Dance Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Base¬ ball 3, 4. SANDRA KAY CAMPBELL FHA 1, Pari. 2, 3, Pres. 4, GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Li¬ brary Club Treas. 2, Pres. 3, hist. 4. DONALD E. CARPENTER J.V. Football 1, 2, Var. Football Manager 3. BRENDA M. CODY FHA 2, 3, 4, GAA 1, 2, 3. KELLIE D. CODY Transfer from Bristol, Virginia. JEFFERY ALLAN CRAVEN Varsity Club 3, 4, J. V. Football 1, 2, Var. Football 3, 4, Band 2, 3, 4, Pep Band 2, 3, 4, Dance Band 4. MELBA LEE CUTLER UN Club 3, 4, Teen Page Reporter 3. Spring Play 1, Class v. pres. 3, French Club 1, Year¬ book Staff 4, Band 1, 2, sec. treas. 3, 4, Pep ETHEL J. LANCASTER MARCUS LEE DAVIDSON Transfer from Athens. CINDY LEE DEHAAN Spring plays 2, 3, Fall plays 1, 2, 3, Cadet Teacher 4, Student Council rep. 2, Treas. 3, hist. 3, Yearbook Staff 3, 4, AFS 1, 2, 3, 4, Rampages 3, 4, French Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, Dance Band 2, 3, Pep Band 2, 3, Ma¬ jorette 1, Drum Majorette 2, 3, Commercial Club 2, 3,4, GAA 2, 3,4, Teen Page Reporter 2, 3, WKMI Reporter 4, UN Club 1, 2, Pres. 3, 4, Pep Club 1, 2, FTA 4, MUNA 3, 4, De¬ bate Team 3. MARGARET DEPLANCHE D.E. Co-op 4. MARIANNE L. DROBNY Commercial Club 2, 3, 4, Rampages 3, FHA 1,2, 3, GAA 1,2, O. Co-op 4, Library Club 2, 3, 4. LYNDA L. DUNKLEY RUSSELL L. HEATH FHA 1, 2, 3, 4, D. E. Co-op 4. D.E. Co-op 4, Varsity Club 2, Football, Baseball, Basketball, Track mgr., 1, 2,3, AFS PATRICIA ANN EASTMAN 4. Commercial Club 2, 3, sec. 4, Rampages 3, GAA 1, 2,3, Concessionaires 2,3,4,O. Co-op JEANNE L. HENSON 4, Yearbook Staff 4. FTA 3, 4, GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, AFS 1, 2, 3, 4, Li¬ brary Club sec.-treas. 3, 4, Yearbook Staff 4. LYNN L. ECHTINAW FHA 1, Song leader 2, sec. 3, 4, GAA 1, 2, 3, GREGORY L. HENSON 4, Concessionaires 1, 3, 4, Library Club 2, 3, Varsity Club 4, J.V. Football 2, Var. Foot¬ 4. ball 3, 4, Wrestling 2. CONSTANCE DALE FLOOR JUDITH JOY JENNER QAA 1, Fall play 4, Class sec. 1, Student Council 3, Homecoming rep. 1, Yearbook Staff 4, Pep Club 1, 2. Teen Page Reporter Argus 3, Rampages 3, Y- Teens 3, FHA 2, Pep Club 1, 2,. DIANE MARIE JOHNSON SCOTT E. FREER FHA 1, 2, 3, D.E. Co-op 4. Tennis 2, 3, J.V. Football 1, 2, Var. Football 3. STEPHEN MARK KIRKLIN AFS 4, Var. Basketball 3, 4. SUSAN K. GARDINER Transfer from Harper Creek SHARON M. KUDARY Transfer from Climax-Scotts 3, Rampages 3, JOSEPH WAYNE GARRETT Student Council 1, 4, Tennis 4, FNA 4, Con¬ Rampages 4, Varsity Club 3, sec. 4, J.V. cessionaires 3, U.N. Club 4, WKMI Report¬ Football 1, co-capt. 2, Var. Football 3, 4, All K.V.A. 4, J.V. Basketball 3, 4, Yearbook er 4. Staff 4. KATHY MARIE LACOSS Commercial Club 2, 3, treas. 4, AFS 2, Con¬ MARGARET D. GOTT cessionaires 1, Spring play 2, O. Co-op 4, Commercial Club 4, GAA 1, 2, AFS 3, FNA 1, 2, vice pres. 3, Pres. 4, D. E. Co-op 4. Class sec. 2, Class treas. 3, French Club 1, Majorette 3, 4, Yearbook Staff 3, 4, Band 3, 4. LEN OLIVER GREENE Class Pres. 1, J.V. Football 1, 2, J.V. Basket¬ ETHEL J. LANCASTER ball 1, Baseball 3, 4. FHA 1, 2, 3, 4, AFS 1, 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3,4, Pep Band 1, 2, 3, 4. LARRY LINCOLN GRIFFIN GARY LEE LITTLE PAMELA FERN GROAT Transfer from Climax-Scotts 2, Rampages 3, Rampages 3,4, FTA 3,4, AFS 3,4, Yearbook Spring play 3, D.E. Co-op 4, Varsity Club 1, Staff 4. 2, Wrestling 2, 4, J.V. Football 1, J.V. Bas¬ ketball 1, Track 1, 2. LEONARD C. GROSS Varsity Club 1, 2, Var. Football 1, 2, 3, 4, All ALAN JAY LIVINGSTON K.V.A. 2, 3, 4, J.V. Basketball 1, 2, Track 1, Spring play 1, 2, 3, Fall play 1, 2, 3, D.E. 2, D.E. Co-op 4. Co-op 4, J.V. Football 1, 2. WILLIAM GENE HALE GEORGIA ANN LONG Spring play 2, D.E. Co-op 4, J.V. Football 3. Majorette 1, 2,3, 4, Band 1,2, 3,4, Commer¬ cial Club 4, GAA 3, AFS 1, 2, 3, D.E. Co-op DIANNE HARMON 4, WKFR Reporter 3, 4. Transfer from Battle Creek Lakeview 96 EDWIN W. LOVELAND Varsity Club 2, 3, Wrestling 1, 2, 3, Band 1. ANN LOUISE MARCELLETTI FTA 2, 3, 4, GAA 1, 2, FNA 2, 3, Concessio¬ naires 1, 2, Play 2. ROBERT ALDRICH MAXSON Rampages 3, Spring Play 1, 2, Fall Play 4, Varsity Club 2, Class Vice Pres. 2, Class Pres. 3, Forensics 3, WKMI Reporter 3, Tennis 2, J.V. Football 1, 2, J.V. Basketball 1, 2, Var. Basketball 3,4, Track 1,2, 3,4, Track Club 3, 4. ROGER JAY MAXSON Varsity Club 2, sec. 3, 4, Student Council 1, 2, Pres. 3, 4, Tennis 1, 2, 3,4, Var. Football 3, 4, J.V. Basketball 1, Co-capt. 2, Var. Basket¬ ball 3, Co-capt 4, Track 2, 3,4, Track Club 2, sec. 3, 4. TERRY A. MILLER J.V. Football 1, 2, 3, J.V. Basketball 3. EDUARDO MANUEL MOGUEL Foreign Exchange Student from Guatemale 4, Teen Page Reporter 4, AFS 4, Fall Play 4, Homecoming Hon. King 4, Science Club 4, Var. Football Mgr. 4, Var. Basketball 4. DALE L. MURRAY Wrestling 1, 2, Co-capt. 3, 4, J.V. Football 1, 2, Var. Football 3, 4, Track 1, 2. SHARON K. NICHOLS FTA 3. JERRY GILBERT OVIATT Varsity Club 3, 4, Science Club 3, Golf Team 2, 3, 4, J.V. Football 3, Var. Football 4, Band 1, 2, Dance Band l, Baseball 1. GARYJ. PETERSON BONNIE J. PIERMAN Y-Teens 3, FHA 2, FTA 1, 2, 3, AFS 1, 2, 3, D.E. co-op 4, Pep Club 1, 2. DOUGLAS MILLER PRATT AFS 2, 3, 4, Spring Plays 2, 3, Fall Plays 3, 4, French Club 1. MARY DAVIS RAY FHA 1, 2, 3, GAA 1, 2, 3, Pep Club 1, 2. ROBERT S. RECK Varsity Club 2, 3, Tennis 1, J.V. Football 2, 3, J.V. Basketball 1, Track 1, 2, 3, Band 1, Track Club 2, 3, 4. HARRIET ANN ROELOF FTA 2, FNA 2, Student Council rep. 1, Year¬ book Staff 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Band 2, 3, D.A.R. Pilgrim VIRGINIA K. ROGERS Transfer from Comstock 2, FNA 4. GAIL E. ROSBOROUGH FHA 2, 3, 4, GAA 1, 2, 3. LYNNE DEE RUSHMORE Y-Teens 2, 3, FHA 2, GAA 1, 2, FNA 2. KENNETH SANTORA Transfer from Climax-Scotts 3. MAX DENNIS SCHUYLER J.V. Football 2, 3, Var. Football 4, J.V. Bas¬ ketball 2. JOYCE ANN SMITH Commercial Club 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 1- Vice Pres. 2, Pres. 3, GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, O. co-op 4, Bowling 4. RICHARD A. SMITH Golf Team 2, 4, Wrestling 1. STEPHEN JOHN SMITH Rampages Co-Edi(tor 4, FTA 3, 4, ' Class Vice Pres. 1, Var. Football 1, 2, 3, co-captain 4, Var. Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Yearbook Staff 4, Baseball 1, 2, co-captain 3, 4, Track Club 2, 3, 4. DUDLEY L. SNOW Wrestling 3,4, Cross Country Track Team 4. JOHN H. SPENCER Transfer from Loy Norrix 4, Var. Basketball 4. 97 MARLENE C. STEARNS Commercial Club 3, 4, FHA 1, 2, vice-pres. 3, 4, O. Co-op 4. MARJORIE J. STILLWELL Commercial Club 2, 3, 4, Rampages 3, FHA L 2, 3, 4, GAA 1, 2, 3, D.E. Co-op 4, Library Club 2, 3, 4. SUSAN LORAINE SUMMERS Commercial Club 2, 3, 4, Rampages 3, GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, AFS 4, Varsity Cheerleader (capt.) 3, Homecoming Queen 4, rep. 2, WKMI Re¬ porter 4. HELEN E. TASSELL Commercial Club 2,3,4, FHA 3,4,0. Co-op 4, Band 1. JOHN TOLMACS D. E. Co-op 4. JUDITH ADELLE TRUJILLO Commercial Club 4, AFS 3, GAA 1, 2, FNA 1, 2, treas. 3, O. Co-op 4, Yearbook staff 4. BETH KRISTINE UNDERWOOD Rampages 4, FT A vice pres. 4, AFS 2, 3, vice pres. 4, French Club 1, 2, Tennis 4, Yearbook Staff 4, Pep Club 1, 2. SALLIE ANN VAN AVERY Rampages 3, FT A sec. 4, AFS 1, 2, vice pres. 3, pres. 4, GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Class treas. 1, Ten¬ nis 4, Yearbook Staff 4, Band 1, 2, Pres. 3, 4, Pep Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Dance Band 1, 3, 4, Pep Club sec. 1, treas, 2. LINDA VAN DYKE GAA 1,2, 3, Library Club 2,3, Pres. 4, Year¬ book Staff 4, Bowling 2, 3, Pres. 4. PHILIP VAN VRANKEN Rampages 4, Class vice pres. 4, J.V. Basket¬ ball 1, 2, 3, Var. Basketball 4, Yearbook Staff 4. DAN D. VAUGHN J.V. Football 1, Var. Football 2, 3, 4, All KVA 3, 4, Var. Football co-capt. 4, Fresh¬ man Basketball 1,J.V. Basketball 2, 3, Track 1, D.E. Co-op 4, Homecoming King 4. CANDY WABER FHA 1, GAA 1. ELIZABETH ANN WAGAR AFS 2, 3, treas. 4, Class treas. 2, Student Council rep. 4, Debate 2, French Club 1, 2, treas. 3, Yearbook Staff Co-Editor 4. ROXANN RAE WEBSTER Commercial Club 2, 3, 4, GAA 1, 2, D.E. Co-op 4. KATHLEEN ELLEN WHEAT Commercial Club 2, 3, 4, Rampages 3, AFS 4, Concessionaires 2, Spring play 1, Fall play 1, 2, 3, Forensics 3, 4, WKMI Reporter 3, 4, Homecoming court rep. 3, Yearbook Staff 4, Pep Club 1, 2. CRAIG P. WHEELER Golf Team 2, Wrestling 1, 2, 3, J.V. Football 3. GAILEN SUZANNE WHITE FNA 2, Class treas. 4. LILLETTE R. WHITE FHA 4, FNA 1, 2, 3, sec.-treas. 4. WAYNE WHITE Track 1. LYNETT JEAN WHITE Commercial Club 2,3,4, FTA 4, FNA 1,2,3, 4, Concessionaires 2, Debate 2, French Club 1, Yearbook Staff 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, WTPS “Tempo”4. GREGORY L. WILSON Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4, J.V. Basketball 1, 2, Var. Basketball 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4. TERRY JAMES WUNDERLIN Transfer from salem, Oregon 4, Rampages 4, Fall play 4, Football Statistician 4, J.V. Bas¬ ketball mgr. 4. LINDA BETH ZAHN GAA 2,3,4, Yearbook Staff 4, Band 1,2,3,4, Pep Band 1, 2, 3, 4. 98 Advertisers Congratulations to the Class of ' 67 GENE’S GROCERY Galesburg, Michigan Congratulations to the Class of ' 67 BISHOP ELECTRIC INC. DIAMOND RINGS CONTE8SA • • • FROM $1SO 70 East Michigan Ave. Galesburg Phone MO 5-7013 MACGSII RAY MACK1E SON V a mm «w ' ,T» rrm GALESBURG “ FROZEN FOOD LOCKER CO. COMPLIMENTS OF m DR. RONALD W. SMITH Congratulations to the Class of ' 67 GALESBURG LOCKER CO. 58 Mill Street Galesburg 100 Clothes for Men and Young Men GRANTS DEPT. STORE Compliments of Open Nights STEVE BRODIE Galesburg Michigan Chrysler and Plymouth LIL’S RECORD SHOPPE HILGEMAN’S MARKET 11 North East Capital " A Good Place to Shop for Food. " Records - Phonos - Radios - Guitars Open Sundays From 10 A. M. ' til 8 P. M. and Accessories Comstock, Michigan WO 2-0800 Phone FI 5-2270 BELL’S BAKERY Compliments of Homemade Ice Cream FEDERAL DEPT. STORE Beer and Wine Take Out Galesburg Southland Shopping Center MOrris 5-9591 Portage LENORE’S BEAUTY SHOP Compliments of 25 E. Battle Creek Street Galesburg, Michigan J. C. BRENEMAN " If your hair isn ' t becoming to you; you should be coming to us. " M. D. 101 House of Fine Food and ELLIS BECKER JEWELER Diamonds Watches AUGUSTA. MICHIGAN Friendly Atmosphere Men ' s Gifts F ountain Cosmetics Greeting Cards Prescriptions Accurate Prescription Expense Records Furnished for Tax and Congratulations to the Class of ' 67 JOE’S MARATHON SERVICE RE 1-7022 Augusta Michigan Insurance Purposes. MOLLET’S MARKET Spartan Store Groceries - Meats OVIATT’S PHARMACY Drugs With a Reputation " Where You Are Welcome " Ph. MO 5-4201 Galesburg, Michigan MOrris 5-5161 " Your Family Drugstore " 102 Compliments of 101 RANCH MOTEL New Modern Motel - Gas Heat Kitchenette Cottages - Day or Week GALESBURG SHEET METAL Restaurant 665-5461 Beautiful Play Grounds Reservations Phone 665-7054 Just Off 1-94 1 Mile East of Galesburg, Michigan AIRWAY LANES BOWLING Congratulations Class of ' 67 5626 Portage Kalamazoo ROBINSON’S Food -- Beverage Free Instruction FI 5-7757 of Battle Creek FRANK’S AUTO REPAIR 119 Beckwith Dr. 665-8971 103 Compliments of Compliments of HEPP’S STORE Better Values Always COMSTOCK MOVING 214-228 E. Michigan Kalamazoo, Michigan | 5960 E. Michigan Ave. j Phone 381-3717 Compliments of Compliments of GALESBURG AUTO SUPPLY DREAMER’S FURNITURE 119 East Mich. MO 5-8211 MO 5-7304 Galesburg, Michigan Compliments of Congratulations to the Class of ' 67 BELLS GREENHOUSE FRANK’S BARBER SHOP " Since 1923 " I 25 East Battle Creek St. FI 3-6857 5437 Comstock Avenue Galesburg Michigan GENERA V ireTF Congratulations to the Class of ' 67 OTTO KIHM TIRE COMPANY | 414 North Rose St. FI 5-6153 4308 S. Westnedge Ave. Kalamazoo, Michigan COMSTOCK BEER SERVICE Complete Party Supplies 6086 E. Michigan Ave. 104 Congratulations to the Class of ' 67 NOW START BUILDING YOUR OFT TO COLLEGE KIT... The sooner you start, the b gqer bundle you con build, and the bigger you build, the easier it will be whe College Doys start Bonk with us and make it a regular arnount each ond every v. »k, it ' s the surest way to hove the CASH you ' ll need INDUSTRIAL STATE BANK AND TRUST CO. riOOAL 0 0 .T — CO»AO»ATION Compliments of HOAG AND WATTS FUNERAL HOME Galesburg Climax ALARIA’S PARTY STORE DALE AND ALBERTA WILCOX 12001 East Michigan Avenue Groceries Beer and Wine Take Out Open 7 Days a Week MO 5-7244 105 The best to you each morning — of Battle Creek 106 Congratulations to the Class of ' 67 ' Member of N.A.H. B. Aren ' t you glad you know First Federal? Congratulations to the Class of ' 67 GALESBURG BIKE SHOP 166 West Michigan Galesburg Phone MO 5-7296 JACK SNEAD’S PARTY STORE Open Daily 7:00 A. M. to 2:00 A. M. Fresh Pizzas to Go. . . Cold Pop Downtown Comstock Phone 345-9585 One call for all Laundry - Dry Cleaning Linen Supply, Rental Service KALAMAZOO LAUNDRY CO. 239 N. Rose St. Kalamazoo, Michigan Phone 343-2551 107 INMAN ' S Compliments of COLLINSON’S SUPER MARKET 654 River Street Comstock, Michigan Compliments of ENGLE VOLKSWAGEN INC. 618 Crosstown Parkway Kalamazoo ' s Only Authorized Dealer Sales and Services Compliments of PAT’S GUN SHOP 6 Grove St. Galesburg, Michigan Guns, Ammunition and Reloading Supplies H. R. TERRYBERRY COMPANY Grand Rapids, Michigan Official Manufacturers of Galesburg-Augusta High School Rings " The Finest in Class Rings " 108 Best Wishes From DOUBLEDAY BROS. CO. 1919 E. Kilgore Road Kalamazoo, Michigan Office Supplies Office Furniture Offset and Letterpress Printers Your Nickels Work Like Dimes at MEIJER MARKET and THRIFTY ACRES HOME FOUNDATIONS k POURED CONCRETE WALLS 860 Gibson Kalamazoo, Michigan 49001 Phone 344-4114 LEE’S Sporting Goods Men ' s Sportswear 311 W. Kilgore Ladies ' Sportswear Gifts Kalamazoo PETERS CONSTRUCTION CO. Excavating and Grading Compliments to the Class of ' 67 F rom CRAVEN’S PEAT FARM 3325 E. Kilgore Phones FI 5-2288 FI 5-8301 Kalamazoo, Michigan 49002 109 Compliments of HARDINGS FRIENDLY MARKET Galesburg, Michigan Everything in Food Congratulations to the Class of 1967 GALE THEATRE ■fche fash ion Joolc Fashion lets you pick your beauty part from any number of fabulous roles. Whether you cast Phone JIM KISSINGER’ GULF SERVICE Layaway Charge Park Free in Park and Shop Lots State or Jackson Streets Battle Creek s MO 5-9091 Compliments of CARLETON EQUIPMENT CO. M-96 at Shatter Road Galesburg Michigan 110 East Kilgore Rd. Kalamazoo, Michigan Compliments of CAR PENTER’S AUTO SERVICE 665-9361 Galesburg, Michigan Compliments of EDWARDS INDUSTRIAL SALES Compliments of JACOBSON’S Kalamazoo, Michigan Compliments of Compliments of GALESBURG HOUSE OF FLOORS Linoleum Tile Carpeting Galesburg, Michigan Published Every Thursday Your Hometown Newspaper Printing Offset Publishing Congratulations Graduates ' 67 ALLEN SUPER DRUGS Walgreen Agency Comstock Drive in Prescription Service III — “3 Congratulations to the Class of ' 67 th 6 years ahead are 9 ' And 3 . whether you ' re thinking 11 ' 3 C»‘ ]ftd n °w. or waiting until Y° u ' , (= c . Ur 9 People who would takeP r ,sto Action in helping give our cu: % r ever -improving teleph° ne Michigan b co ! ' Opportunity El”P loy EDGEWOOD ORCHARDS 3801 South 36th Galesburg Phone MO 5-7283 E. S. VAN DALSON PUBLISHED BY SU B Lucy Witt. MEMBER! Mlcklfan t N«tU»«i AiMditl«ii A4v«rtliln« P«MliA«rs 11623 East Michigan Ave. Galesburg Compliments of LO BRETTO’S WELDING SERVICE Complete Welding Service Shop on Wheels Trailers and Hitches Steel Fabricating 8549 E. Michigan Ave. Phone 344-9647 112 Congratulations to the Class of ' 67 REM WALL R. J. ADAMS AND HIS GREEN VALLEY BOYS Building and Remodeling Available for Dances etc. 81 W. Michigan Ave. MO 5-4431 Call 345-3314 Write 5565 Mt. Olivet Rd. Compliments of Congratulations to the Class of ' 67 GALESBURG LAUN-DER-RITE GALESBURG COFFEE SHOP 2 West Michigan Galesburg Congratulations to the Class of ' 67 Congratulations to the Class of ' 67 TITUS CONSTRUCTION COMPANY RAYMAN AUTOMATIC HEATING MO 5-4391 Galesburg Compliments of BURGESS SEED AND PLANT CO. Galesburg, Michigan II3 Compliments of POTTERY MART SMITTIE’S MOTOR COURT Concrete and Pottery Lawn Ornaments Formerly ,, Conklin , s Motor Court " 6844 E. Mich. Ave. 6302 Kings Highway Comstock, Michigan Phone 381-8832 Phone 345-1392 MCCREARY Quality Tires Since 1915 jr Weekdays Saturday HOURS: 8 _ 6 8 -2 Compliments ( JL TIRE ENGINEERS 5571 KING HIGHWAY M-96 COMSTOCK FI 4-9355 POINT STANDARD SERVICE Wrecker Service 6300 East Michigan Ave. Comstock, Michigan Phone FI 5-9615 Compliments of APPEN MILLING CO. AUGUSTA. MICHIGAN PHONE 731-3262 APPEN MOLASSES CO. AUGUSTA, MICHIGAN PHONE REdwood 1-3262 Established 1929 AUGUSTA CLINIC GERALD D. RUTLEDGE, D.O. W. R. SPEERS, D.O. General Practice X-Ray Augusta, Michigan Telephone: 731-5122 114 medicine designed for health produced with care Best Wishes Class of ' 67 JOHN D. DeHAAN Standard Oil Products Compliments of DAVE’S AUTO REPAIR Augusta, Michigan Phone Day or Night 731-7362 24-Hour Emergency Wrecker Service Suzuki SALES • SERVICE • PARTS • ACCESSORIES • FINANCING • TRADES WELCOME -CALL- 345-1327 M M CYCLE SACMS 755 PORTAGE AT VINE ST. Compliments of SCHLUETER FUNERAL HOME Augusta, Michigan Compliments of AUGUSTA TELEPHONE COMPANY Compliments of BILL NUYEN’S BARBER SHOP Congratulations Best Wishes, Class of ' 67 GARY’S RESTAURANT 116 Congratulations to the Class of ' 67 RICHARD C. LA COSS Mason Contractor 1570 S. 36th St. Galesburg 665-8131 “SUPER MARKETS " TRY OUR 100% BEEF HAMBURGER We think you ' ll be pleasantly surprised. We use only the finest beef available. . . carefully broiling it over an open flame to seal in all its flavor. At the exact moment, each hamburger is popped on a toasted bun and prepared just the way you like it. Two Locations Business 1-94 at Lake Street and Westnedge Across F rom Southland Six different stores HOME OF THE WORLDS GREATEST 15£ HAMBURGER to serve you. Compliments of Comstock, Michigan Compliments of ROELOF DAIRY Galesburg, Michigan Milk Builds Strong Athletes Have You Had Your Milk Today? 117 Congratulations to the Class of 1967 TAYLOR I UMBER CO. The next best thing to a Fulbright The most difficult problem the majority of students encounter in their education is not academic. It’s financial! More and more students need financial assistance to help counter the rising costs of an education. Since an education is essential to your future, don’t be left out. Instead, drop in at First National and let ' s talk about financing your education with a low-rate bank loan. First National offers terms to best help each student with his or her studies. It’s really the next best thing to a Fulbright Scholarship! " FIRST NATIONAL. CONTINUOUS SECURITY AND SERVICE SINCE 186 3 Congratulations to the Class of ' 67 DALE SCHIEBER INSURANCE 95 Fullerton Compliments of MR. AND MRS. FRANCIS BELL Galesburg, Michigan Learn to Ride LOU-DON FARMS Lessons by Appointment 4115 N. 36th St. Galesburg Hunters, Jumpers and Pleasure Horses Beautiful 200 ft. Long Indoor Arena Horses Boarded and Trained 665-5641 118 Compliments of ffluvilie Suiicwut, CAP’S STEAK HOUSE of Galesburg Offers " Best Wishes to All G. A. Students. " Compliments of LONG LAKE ROLLER RINK South End Long Lake Kalamazoo, Michigan DA 7-9413 The Rambler staff acknowledges with great appreciation the services of R. S. SUTULA STUDIO 206 1 2 South Main St. Elkhart, Indiana SCHOOL PHOTOGRAPHER Quality Pictures " All the little extras " Outstanding Service at no extra cost Compliments of THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK AND TRUST COMPANY Member F. D. I. C. 119 Congratulations to the Class 1967 STUDENTS: SUPPORT YOUR ADVERTISERS 120
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