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

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l, 1 W ■ 9M JI P, •% ' t. « • Ifc 4 1 . • • •sB •J • «r. RAMBLER I GALESBURG-AUGUSTA HIGH SCHOOL GALESBURG, MICHIGAN FOREWORD The 1968 Rambler staff has chosen a key as a symbol. During the past thirteen years our teach¬ ers have been helping fashion a key to the future for each one of us; what we do with it is up to us. Since the “used key us akwats bright” (according to poor Rich¬ ard’s Almanac), we hope our bright keys will open many doors in the future and also help us recall the good times, good friends, and good teachers at Galesburg-Augusta High School. At this time 1 would like to thank, on behalf of the senior class, the teachers that have contributed to our education, the administra¬ tion that has guided us, and most of all, Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Burrell, our class advisors, for all their gen¬ erous help and understanding. Doug Bower, Editor Features Seniors Administration Faculty Underclassmen Activities Organizations Sports Senior Directory Advertisements 1968 RAMBLER STAFF Editor-in-Chief. Business Manager . Features . Seniors . Activities. Organizations. Underclassmen. Sports. Circulation. Art. Typing . Advertising . General Staff.Doris Rumsey .Janet Camburn .Ruth Haase .Vicki McGowan .Dorene Gettys .John Townsend .Joe Bell .Char Henson .Deanna Gormley . Craig Breneman Junior Apprentices .Kris McDonald . Barb Cox . Elmer Adkins . Karen Pierman . Joe Groh Advisors .Mrs. Edwards .Mrs. Coggins Named to the court were Sherry Hunt, Melonie Nichols, Jayne Maskill, and Mary Barrett. Escorts for the girls were Gary Franz, Mike Brodie, John Gla- dvsz, and Dan Maxson. v. nv Honorary King was Felix Rasumowsky. THE BAND PROMOTES SCHOOL SPIRIT SENIORS DAN BOWER-President DORIS RUMSEY-Secretary JOHN TOWNE-Vice-President DOUG BOWER-Treasurer CLASS OFFICERS AND OUR ADVISORS MR. and MRS. WESLEY BURRELL 17 DORIS APPLEDORN Quiet . . . Engel . . . Transfer from Climax RONN BARKER 60 Ford .... easy going . . . “Is Ronn here to ay?” JOE BELL “Sue” . . . nicest guy . . . Okinawa . . . peppermint Life savers RON BLOCK Neat dresser . . . sports fan . . . loquacious 18 PAUL BLODGETT “Paul Bunyan” . . . cars . . . the old truck DAN BOWER “Dunga Dan” . . . dependa¬ ble .. . the silent type MIKE BOUCHARD “Chevy” . .. Auction House . . . “Mike” DOUG BOWER “Bugs” . . . Hardings twin SUE BOWEN “Joe” . . . Petite . . . express¬ ive eyes CRAIG BRENEMAN “Gauche” . . . skiing . . . swimming parties MIKE BRODIE “Can’t get enough of those Sugar Crisp” . . . excellent act¬ or PHILLIP BROWN “Phil” . . . “Brownie” . . . super speed 20 MICHAEL CARPENTER Basketball captain . . . depend able . . . big blue eyes PAT CARPENTER Kresge’s . . . quiet and unassum¬ ing . . . fun to be with MARY CASTLE Pleasant personality . . . loyal to friends . . . Russ 21 FRANK COX “Wally” . .. All-State .. . sports CURT CRAVEN GOOD football player . . . Kathy . . . cornet KAREN COX Artistic . . . bowling . . . friend¬ ly and sincere EDWARD CRANDELL “Ed” . . . soft spoken . . . quiet smile . . . nice guy . . TOM D1ETERMAN Paper wads . . . “41-Flash” All- BRAD CURRY Witty . . . wisecracker . “silence is deceiving” ' 9 All-KVA . . . “Dunie” ... un¬ breakable HARRY ECHTINAW “Happy Harry” . . . Bondo Bug¬ gy •• • DEANNA GORMLEY Purple . . . dangling earrings . . . office girl . . . JIM GREENE Mr. Wagar’s problem child . UFO’S . . . Community car EUGENE GUYBERSON Freckles . . . Honda . . . baseball . . . RUTH HAASE Pajama parties . . . Bob . . . Kleenex and colds . 24 RUSSELL HAWKEN “Russ” . . . Florida . . . ever- changing . . . JOSEPHINE HILTON “Joey” . . . chic . . . loves to dance . . . CHARLYN HENSON “Char” . . . office girl .. . sweet personality LINDA HINSON Rick’s girl . . . likes to talk . . . “ya’ got any gum?” RICHARD HEWITT . . . Baby Huey . . . Ford BETTY HINTON Friendly . . . dark hair . . . VERN HINTON Smiley . . . carefree RON HUTCHINS “You wished” . . . Honda . . . guitarist 26 SUE HOLLANBAUGH Good typist and writer . . . pe¬ tite . . . nice clothes ROBERTA INMAN Cheese sandwiches . . . hilarious . . . good artist LINDA JASPERSON . . . Rusty . . . Red . . . quiet DONNAJONES Earrings . . . dark, pretty hair . . . nice smile JOY KELLAY Enthusiastic . . . tennis . . . Jolly Green Giant I SUE KEPLER Born in Japan . . . laughs a lot ... “Aw, gee!” STAN KOZLOSKI Our favorite P—K . . . conge¬ nial . . . Koz . . . HARVEY KUIPER “Harv” . . . Lake Michigan . . . determination . . . Florida RICHARD LaCOSS Considerate . . . always smi- SUSAN LOUNSBERY “Sue” . . . music and guitar . . . drag races . . . cluttered locker LINDA KIRKLIN excellent actress . . . rosy cheeks . . . “Cow-woman” JIM LOVINS Golf. . . hound dogs . .. roller skating GARY MARR Dark-eyes . . . “Still waters run deep” . . . TOM MASTEN “Animal” . . . deer hunting . patient DOUG MAXSON 36th Street LTD . . .jazzy blonde hair . . . “I’m tough!” MICHAEL MEZO “Mike” . . . hunting . . . Hon- das . . . ANNA MILLER Shy . . . quiet . . . 28 DAN MILLER Tough guy . . . long hair good pool shooter . . . KAREN MINER Sunny smile . . . fine seamstress . . . well-liked DONNA MITCHELL Well-groomed . . . pretty clothes . .. Pat PHYLLIS MINER “Phil” . . . piano plinker music is her life . . . dawn McConnell Homecoming Queen . . . red hair . . . john McConnell Loud clothes . . . outgoing per¬ sonality . . . baseball vicki McGowan “Well” . . . “gol!” . . . trust¬ worthy . . . reliable GARY NEWTON Polack jokes . . . hair cut school spirit PRISCILLA MYERS “Cilia” . . . girls football team . . . STEVE NEWTON Mod . . . “Newkie” . . . Che¬ vy .. . GARY NICHOLLS “Silence is golden” . . . trans¬ fer from B.C. . . . quiet and unassuming MELONIE MICHOLS Vivacious . . . bouncy . . . al ways laughing . . . JERRY PEARROW Philosophy . . . clever . . . quest¬ ions . . . DOUGLAS PIERCE “Doug . . . Radio ham . . . PHIL PITKO . . . works at Chuckies . . . “Phil” . . . Cigars . . . STEVE POWELL . . . demolition cars . . . good track guy . DAVID O’DONNELL “Dave” . . . Chipman’s . . . MONIKA PRECHEL . . . “65” Rambler . . . sci¬ ence fiction . . . “good grief’ FELIX RASUMOWSKY Intelligent . . . very frank . . Swiss AFS student LINDA REYNOLDS . .. good seamstress . . . friend¬ ly .. . dresses well WILLIAM ROE “Bill” . . . wierd clothes , pick-up truck CAROL ROGERS Animals . . . Rambler classic Good sense of humor JUNIATA ROOT Giggles . . . fun . . . enthusi¬ astic _ GAYLE ROMIG Effervescent . . . good dancer DORIS RUMSEY Smiles . . . Christian . . . cries when she laughs 31 CONNIE SMITH Peppy . . . Air Brake . . . Ouija Board SUZANNE SCHIEBER Contacs . . . sweet . . . tiny voice . . . CINDY STREICH Attractive . . . willing helper . . . pretty clothes DAVE STRINGHAM “Son image” . . . gallant gentle¬ man . . . Florida MIKE TASSELL Fun-loving and happy . . . Ford . .. Meijer’s . .. BRENDA TAYLOR National Bank . . . wedding bells . . . sewing SANDY TITUS “Sam” . . . good school spirit .. . sparkling eyes JOHN TOWNE “Keep the faith, baby!” . . . long and lanky . . . clowns around JOHN TOWNSEND Happy-go-lucky . . . motorcy¬ clist . . . well-mannered JEAN WAYBRANT Fluent in French . . . “Well . . . why? . . . Alaska . . . GARY WHITE “Hard White” . . . Tammy . . . “Sweetness” . . . MARY JO WILCOX Jokes and more jokes . . . . . . high spirits . . . ADMINISTRATION ADMINISTRATION To the Class of 1968: As you leave high school and enter into the chal¬ lenge that life brings to all of us, may you have the ability and the good fortune to be able to bring close together principle and practice, theory and reality, and the ideal and the possible. As Byron (Whizzer) White once said, “The difficulties which man consist¬ ently encounters are those of implementing sound ideas. This is a job for the patient and the hardy, and a job that deserves doing for the generation of the young.” Our aim in school has to do with making ideas work as we live out our destiny. At Galesburg- Augusta High School we have sought to give you the background and experience which will serve as a key to living a happy, meaningful and worthwhile life. May God guide you as you open the doors to your own future and face the challenge of tomorrow’s world. • • • • Kenneth W. Ward, Principal MRS. BROWN MR. WARD SECRETARIES Mrs. Rutherford 36 Mrs. Lounsbery SCHOOL Mr. Maxson and Mr. Van Vranken FOR A NEW YEAR To the Graduating Seniors: Each one of you has a key — to your home, to your car, or to another area. This key opens a door. Graduation gives you another and more important key which opens the doors for jobs, for college, and for the necessary qualifica¬ tions to live a successful life and be a successful citizen. .... Charles Coggins, Superintendent BOARD MR. COGGINS Mr. Mendenhall, Mr. Stewart, Mr. Shroyer 37 CAFETERIA STAFF Mrs. Block, Mrs. Betz, Mrs. Jolly, Mrs. Anderson, Mrs. Bresson MR. MAZUR, Maintenance MR. PIPER, Mechanic 38 CUSTODIANS Mr. Thompson and Mr. Sharp FACULTY MARGARET TIBBITS VERNON CRAMER BUSINESS THELMA EDWARDS JEAN THOMAS BEVERLY STOKES PHYSICAL EDUCATION WILLIAM MASKILL VIRGINIA WINTER VOCATIONS ROGER BOOMERSHINE JOHN HOARD SOCIAL SCIENCE LIBRARY RUTH BURRELL FRENCH REBECCA LaBELLE DONALD RUSTER WILLIAM FEIST ELEANOR SMITH ARTS MARY DORAN SPECIAL EDUCATION REXALEE GOECKER G-A ' S WHO ' S WHO Laurel Eppstein is the Salutatorian this year. She had majors in French, math, science, and English with a minor in social studies. She plaris to attend U. of M. Laurel’s point average for seven semesters was 3.947. Janet Janet Camburn is the Valedictorian this year. She majored in social studies, math, science, English, and music and also had a minor in French. She plans to attend Calvin College and will major in education. Janet’s point average for seven semesters was 3.975. Mary Brinistool was chosen as D.A.R. Pilgrim by senior girls and the faculty. She was selected on the basis of her personal qualities of patriotism, leadership, service and scholarship. Her hobbies include tennis, ice skat¬ ing, sailing, and playing the guitar. She plans to enter Michigan State College and study liberal arts. 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 members initiated this year are the following: Back Row; Karen Miner, Phyllis Miner, Linda Rey¬ nolds, Daniel Bower, Len Adams, Douglas Bower, Russel Hawken, Jack Hogg, Sandra Titus, Mary Brinin- stool. Front Row; Susan Lounsbery, Suzanne Schieber, Janet Camburn, Susan Hollanbaugh - Mr. Burrell, Sponsor — Jean Waybrant, Monika Prechel, Laurel Eppstein, Joey Hilton. 48 JUNIORS J. Abbott D. Adkins E. Adkins L. Armstrong S. Barnhart P. Barrett M. Blake S. Booth G. Brady S. Brodie L. Burris K. Carpenter J. Clark R. Coville B. Cox S. Curtiss D. Damato E. Darling R. Blodgett D. Boyd B. Branham W. Burns L. Bush M. Chaffee 50 D. Dentler K. Depue K. Eldridge T. Farrow R. Fowler M. Garrett J. Gladysz Y. Green J. Groh S. Haines T. Hinson A. Hocking L. Hunt K. Hunter D. Hutchins D. Jones K. Reiser D. Kent L. Kepler K. Kirk N. Knapper I. Landers J. Lindsay B. Little S. Loveland T. Mann J. Maskill C. McDonald S. Meadows C. Meek M. Mendenhall B. Moreland K. Morgan D. Morrison D. Newton S. Nichols J. Osmun S. Overcamp G. Peckham H. Pierman K. Pierman M. Pratt B. Prescott R. Reitz B. Reynolds R. Rogers P. Roth D. Scott ABSENT: D. Dillon S. Eberhard A. Gordon K. Kirk E. Lemon M. Percy P. Shupp E. Thompson G. Waltz D. Shafer B. Sherrill K. Shields M. Shirley S. Seiting J. Smith R. Smith J. Sootsman W. Stoeffler M. Tassell B. Taylor D. Thomas S. Thompson S. Tolmacs W. Townsend B. Underwood J. Van Avery S. Van Dyke D. Vaughn B. Verwey A. Vindedahl L. Waber S. Wagner S. Walters T. Watson R. Waybrant R. Webster C. Whitehurst _ SOPHOMORES L. Abbott V. Armstrong C. Barker M. Barrett D. Batey T. Bell J. Bennett D. Birkenmeyer C. Block R. Boomershinc J. Bozarth T. Bresson D. Brodie R. Bullock M. Bussell J. Campbell P. Carpenter S. Chafee D. Whitman—Treas., Dan Maxson—Pres., H. Gross—V. Pres., Mr. Daily —Advisor. Missing-M. Dorgan—Sec., Mrs. Valesquez—Advisor. C. Champio D. Coburn 1. Cody S. Coe C. Cook J. Cosgrove B. Coyer M. Cutler D. Daniels L. Dentler 54 ft ft 4 4 . " % C. Hewitt M. Hewitt C. Holly J. Johnson J. Jones R. Jones B. Kelly C. Kiracofe M. Lancaster D. Launius R. Marko J. Mason D. Max son R. Mazur D. Meek A. Mendenhal M. Mezo S. Moore R. Mussel!man T. McConnell L. Rogers C. Rushmore C. Simmons J. McDaniel T. McNett K. Simmons M. Skidmore C. Smith S. Nichols T. Nichols W. Smith D. Soule B. Stoker J. Niedzwiecki M. Noora G. Stringham R. Thomas B. Van An twerp D. O’Donnell J. Parks D. VanDenBoss K. VanDyke K. Van Vranken D. Rediker W. Roberts L. Wager M. Warsop G. White M. Roe J. Roelof D. Whitman J. Worst NOT AVAILABLE FOR PICTURES W. Bird B. Marr V. Pierce G. Born D. Maxson J. Roelof J. Burks K. Pearrow M. Vaughn R. Vereeke R. Wolford 56 FRESHMEN G. Adkins R. Arman C. Armstrong P. Ashcraft J. Blake T. Block M. Bolton J. Boomershine J. Bouchard S. Bowers C. Branham M. Branham C. Brown B. Carpenter D. Castle M. Chapin C. Chase T. Cody R. Curry P. Curtiss M. Davidson D. Dentler K. Dinzik D. Dirkse F. Drobny R, Dunithan V. Eldridge K. English J. Eppstein T. Flint J. Fontaine R. Franks G. Franz S. Gates J. Gentry T. Guthrie K. Harley T. Harley L. Hapner D. Harry J. Hawken— Treas., P. Cu tiss-Sec., J. Eppstein—V. O J Pres., G. Franz -Pres. Advi- ors Mr. Hanna, Mrs. Stokes J. Hawken D. Hill M. Hinson T. Hogg S. Hunt R. Hutchins E. Jackson M. Johnson F. Reiser R. Kelly J. Kohler S. Knapper J. Knetsch J. Kuhn P. Lambert G. Lemmien R. Lindsay M. Liskovec S. Little A. Livas D. Longfield D. Mann D. Marcelletti C. Marr L. Martin C. Max son M. Maxson S. Meadows K. Mezo K. Morgan J. McConnell T. McConnell F. MacDonald K. McDaniels S. McMichael F. Mulder E. Newton D. Nichols B. Noora D. O’Leary D. Overcamp J. Parks S. Pearce P. Pelton M. Phaneuf B. Prescott K. Purser K. Reed J. Rupert D. Saunders D. Sehy B. Shepard D. Simon A. Smith G. Sommerville R. Stager R. Storteboom B. Taft M. Tschupp B. Twichell M. Vaughn B. Vetter R. Vereekc S. Waber ABSENT: S. Gray G. Harper G. Hollanbaugh C. King D. Mann D. Mann A. Mills C. Shanley K. Snark C. Vaughan V. Walker T. Wheeler K. Wilson L. Worst T. Wyman D. Zahn 60 ACTIVITIES FALL PLAY PROVED TO BE HIT OF SEASON IT HAPPENS EVERY SUMMER CAST FRONT ROW: M. Mezo, T. Bell, S. Gates, L. Abbott, C. Kiracofe, B. Van Antwerp. SECOND ROW: J. Maskill, L. Kirklin, R. Haase, STANDING: Felix, G. Sommerville, T. McNett, M. Pratt, D. Damato, R. Vereeke, W. Burns, M. Brodie, D. Scott, V. McGowan DIRECTORS Mr. Avery, standing. Miss Johnson, Mrs. Avery, seated POSTER CONTEST FINALIST Karl German 63 G-AS FIRST MUSICAL SUCCESS, PENNY SITTING ON LAPS: M. Pratt, E. Uncaster, C. Birkenmeyer, J. Abbott, D. Rediker, J. Towne, Hewitt, C. Kiracofe, R. Haase, M. Blake, B. Abbott. SITTING: T. Hinson, D. M. Brodie, T. Wonderlin. STANDING: S. Summers, L. Henson, J. Hilton, L. Zahn.K. Wheat STUDENT TEACHERS R. HUTCHINS S. KOZLOSKI j. McConnell G. NEWTON C. BRENEMAN STANDING: Mr. Puma, Mr. Gorsky SITTING: Miss Reed, Miss Noddard, Miss McCord J.TOWNE L. ADAMS P. MYERS J. KELLAY M. WILCOX ORGANIZATIONS Janet Camburn Secretary Len Adams President TOP ROW: S. Chaffee, D. Birkenmeyer, D. Dirkse. MIDDLE ROW: R. Storteboom, L. Adams, C. Kiracofe, S. Sicting, S. Gray, B. Cox, J. Fowler. BOTTOM ROW: R. Stager, B. SherriU, C. Whitehurst, M. J. Phaneuf, L. Abbott. MUSIC: THE KEY TO LIVING BACK ROW: D. Vaughn, J. Sootsman, M. Castle, B. Twichell, D. Gettys, C. Whitehurst, C. Herron, S. Kepler, 1. Cody. MIDDLE ROW: B. Sherrill, G. Peckham, B. Coyer, M. Lancaster, L. Dentler, I. Landers, L. Waber, M. Hinson. FRONT ROW: K. Simmons, D. Soule, P. Barrett, L. Kepler, Y. Green, M. Blake, C. Kiracofe, C. Simmons. CONCERT BAND f BACK ROW: C. Whitehurst, B. Sherrill, C. Rushmore, T. Guthrie, M. Bolton, D. Castle, M. Johnson, Mr. Ruster, Director. THIRD ROW C. Kiracofe, C. Brown, D. Simon, D. Mann, D. Rediker, S. Chaffee, D. Birkenmeyer, D. Scott, L. Adams, B. Carpenter, T. Watson, T. Wheeler, M. Cutler, S. Gray, M. J. Phaneuf, D. Dirkse, J. Townsend, C. Craven, J. Camburn, R. Smith. SECOND ROW: R. Storteboom, D. Mann, P. Curtiss, B. Marko, S. Lounsbcry, P. Miner, M. Davidson, B. Vetter, D. Marcelletti, R. Haase, L. Hapner, G. Lemmien, S. Seit- ing, B. Cox. FIRST ROW: J. Fowler, D. Mann, L. Abbott, A. Mendenhall, S. Hunt, J. Hawken, R. Stager, J. Hilton, D. Shafer. Phyllis Miner, Pianist; Mrs. Eleanor Smith, director. CHORUS OFFICERS 69 COMMERCIAL CLUB BUILDS BASIC SKILLS AND APTITUDES Mrs. Edwards advisor, D. Hutchins, C. Whitehurst, K. Miner, D. Gormley, C. Smith, C. Smith, D. McConnell, C. Cook, S. Schie- ber, B. Cox, S. Kepler; SECOND ROW: H. Pierman, M. Prechel, S. Meadows, B. Coyer, C. Hewitt, S. Loveland, L. Coburn, K. Picrman; THIRD ROW: S. Seiting, L. Kepler, J. Smith, S. Booth, S. Hollanbaugh, B. Prescott, B. Vcrwey; FRONT ROW: J. Van Avery, L. Abbott, J. Verwey, G. Romig, C. Kiracofe, J. Fowler. 70 " FOOD FOR THOUGHT " REPORTERS " WHERE THE ACTION IS” BACK ROW: J. Gladysz, H. Gross, C. Champion, C. Chase, M. Maxson, J. Towne. FRONT ROW: M. Wilcox, D. Brodie, A. Vin dedahl, M. Chaffee, T. Block, J. Maskill, L. Eppstcin, J. Waybrant. OFFICERS: Left to Right: J. Hilton, Sec.; R. Haase, Cor. Sec.; J. Groh, Vice-Prcs.; Mr. Hanna, Advisor; J. Gladysz, TreaS. Russ Hawken, President I , CHESS CLUB STANDING: K. Kirk, D. O’Donnell, C. Brown, Mr. Burrell - advisor. SEATED: M. Vaughn, K. Morgan, C. Haase, B. Van Antwerp. D. Castle, T. Brown, S. Gray, P. Shupp, F. Reiser, B. Carpenter. SEATED: R. Curry, S. Overcamp, M. Lancaster, K. VanDyke. STANDING: L. to R., C. Cook, M. Barrett, R. Mussulman, T. Nichols, D. Dillon, J. Verwey, D. McCo nnell, D. Guthrie, M. Nichols. SEATED: M. Schieber, M. Wilcox. 75 STANDING: L. Eppstein, J. Kellay, S. Lounsbcry, J. Lind say, S. Curtiss, D. Vaughn, V. McGowan; SEATED Left to Right: R. Haase, L. Kirklin, C. Streich, J. Root, L. Kepler, S. Kepler. GAINING KNOWLEDGE UNLOCKS MANY DOORS LIBRARY CLUB OFFICERS: D. Gettys, V. Pres.; D. Rumsey, Pres.; Mrs. Burrell, advisor; K. Eldridge, Sec- Treas. Mr. McGinnis, advisor; J. Gladysz, Sec.; J. Hilton, V. Pres.; D. Rum¬ sey, Treas.; J. Waybrant, Pres.; D. Bower, Hist. STANDING: M. Brininstool, A. Hocking, D. Birkenmeyer, D. Shafer, R. LaCoss, J. Lind¬ say, F. Cox, J. Towne, L. Adams, SEATED: Mr. McGin¬ nis, advisor, R. Waybrant, K. Kciser, S. Haines, J. Kellay, L. Reynolds, K. Eldridge, C. Block, L. Eppstein. 76 SCIENCE CLUB BACK ROW L. to R.: J. Pearrow, T. Nichols, L. Bush, M. Lancaster, C. Haase, G. Sommerville, B. Branham, J. Smith, B. Prescott, R. Hawken, T. Hogg, V. McGowan, K. VanDyke. MIDDLE ROW L. to R.: K. Reiser, J. Kellay, J. Root, J. Fontaine, A. Vindedahl, L. Kirklin, J. Maskill, M. Barrett, D. Guthrie, R. Mussulman, M. Mezo. FRONT ROW: S. Haines, S. Lounsbery, M. Pratt, L. Eppstein, R. Waybrant, B. Verwey, K. Carpenter, K. Eldridge, M. Blake , S. Booth, C. McDonald, B. Van Antwerp, J. Johnson. L. to R.: L. Reynolds, Treas.; R. Haase, Pres.; M. Mendenhall, V. Pres.; M. Brinin- stool. Sec.; J. Hilton, Historian; P. Miner, S. Rep.;Mrs. Stager, Advisor. 77 D. Daniels, R. Storteboom, R. Rogers, K. Simmons, S. Little, Mrs. Stager, advisor; L. Rogers, E. Newton, S. Waber, B. Pres¬ cott. On table, C. Kiracofe. STANDING: C. Smith, C. Cook, Mrs. King, advisor, I. Landers, R. Rogers, J. Bouchard, R. Stager, K. English, B. Sher¬ rill, L. Newton, S. Walters, L. Hapner, J. Sootsman. SEATED, L. to R.; M. Wilcox, D. Whitman, G. Peckman, B. Stoker, M. Tassell, C. Whitehurst, S. Gates, C. Henson, T. Farrow, L. Waber, R. Blodgett. GAA: THE KEY TO FUN BACK ROW: M. Mezo, C. Shanley, R. Stager, P. Miner, K. Reiser, S. Haines, C. Cook, A. Vindedahl, S. Gates, S. Kep¬ ler, D. Whitman, S. Meadows, J. Camburn, J. Smith, B. VanAnthwerp, D. Vaughn, K. Pierman, K. Vandyke, C. Haase, R. Waybrant, J. Kellay, L. Abbott, B. Prescott, R. Blodgett, T. Farrow, P. Carpenter, G. Peckham, T. McConnell, M. Wilcox, J. Mason, J. Hawken, T. Wheeler, D. Daniels, D. Mann, J. VanAvcry, C. Simmons. BACK ROW: B. Twichell, C. Henson, S. Titus, K. VanVranken, M. Pratt, J. Boomcrshine, M. Mendenhall, G. Somer¬ ville, R. Haase, S. Lounsbery, D. Hill, J. Hilton, L. Wabcr, B. Coyer, J. Johnso n, S. Bowers, R. Rogers, M. Lancaster, L. Kepler, S. Meadows, K. Reed, K. Mezo, K. Carpenter, D. Longfield, T. Nichols, R. Mussulman, M. Hinson, M. Bar¬ rett, D. Guthrie, C. Block, S. Sieting, B. Vcrway, S. Curtiss, B. Branham, C. Armstrong, M. Tassell, D. Mann, C. Mc¬ Donald, M. Blake, C. Kiracofe, K. Simmons, D. Brodie, E. Newton, V. Walker. J. Maskill Pres. S. Nichols Sec. C C. Eldridge Treas. GALESBURG-AUGUST A TRACK 6 FIELO RECORDS 100 YD 104 COGGINS 61 220 YD 230 COGGINS 60 440 Y0 535 INMAN 54 880 YD 2049 MITCHELL 60 120 HH 156 CHASE 61 180 LH 210 SMITH 60 BJ 206 CHASE 61 HJ 6 meadows 65 SHOT 4884 MOLLETT 82 880 DIETERMAN SMITH 1-171 CC RELAY MASKILL HARMER U ' 1 OO BHHHHM ummmmmmm MILE DIETERMAN BROWN-V-l 1 A CC RELAY CARPENTER MASKILL J 1 bC STANDING: T. Dieterman, P. Brown, M. Carpenter, D. Miller, R. Mazur. KNEEL¬ ING: S. Overcamp, J. Groh, F. Cox. SEATED: G. Youngs, J. Franz. NEW RECORDS SET TOP ROW: D. Stringham, J. Hogg, H. Kuiper, M. Carpenter. BOTTOM ROW: J. Franz, G. Youngs, T. Dieterman, F. Cox, J. Greene. ATHLETICS STATE CHA TOP ROW left to right: Coach McGinnis, T. Hinson, G. White, G. Brady, J. Osmun, S. Powell, N. Knapper, J. Groh, C. Craven, D. String- ham, L. Eldred, T. Masten, R. Block, Coach Maskill. SECOND ROW: D. Kent, S. Overcamp, R. Mazur, R. Fowler, G. Newton, H. Kuiper, J. Towne, W. Stoeffler, R. Webster, R. Curry, K. Morgan, Mgr. M. Skidmore. THIRD ROW: J. Hogg, B. Roe, D. Miller, J. Greene, F. Coxj T. Dieterman, J. Franz, G. Dunithan, R. Coville, M. Carpenter. In the victorious football season of 1967 it was a team triumph, a great team of 36 individuals, who combined their complete efforts to accomplish the most impressive seasonal record of any team in the history of football at G-A. The long hours of practice through the heat, the rain, the cold, and the snow were all more than worth the final reward. It was pride which crushed each opponent and led to a perfect 9-0 .... it was pride which held every team but one from scoring against them ... it was pride which was the cause of their being rated in both polls as the number one team in the state for the second year in a row. TOP ROW: Coach Livingston, Coach Curry, R. Vereeke, J. Roelof, P. Shupp, D. Rediker, B. Roberts, K. Shields, Coach Cramer, Coach Cox. MIDDLE ROW: J. McDaniels, C. Champion, B. Smith, J. Worst, R. Thomas, H. Gross, M. Roe, J. Campbell, D. Van- denboss. BOTTOM ROW: M. Hewitt, R. Curry, L. Wager, J. Jones, G. Stringham, M. Noora, D. Coburn. . TOP ROW: J. Eppstein, M. Bolton, K. Morgan, L. Martin, R. Dunithan, S. Grey, J. McConnell, R. Arman, G. Franz, Coach Morgan. MIDDLE ROW: G. Adkins, D. O’Leary, M. Tschupp, A. Smith, J. Blake, D. Simon, T. Guthrie, C. Chase, D. Harry. BOTTOM ROW: F. Reiser, R. Lindsay, C. Maxson, T. Hogg, B. Noora, P. Pelton, V. Eldridge, D. Overcamp, S. Pearce. COACHES Tom Dieterman Ron Block John Towne Dave Stringham SEASON G-A 45 Comstock 54 G-A 39 Springfield 36 G-A 60 Parchment 52 G-A 50 Delton 48 G-A 45 Mattawan 42 G-A 60 Bangor 64 G-A 80 Fennville 72 G-A 41 Gull Lake 43 RECORD G-A 44 Springfield 58 G-A 54 Parchment 49 G-A 62 Delton 83 G-A 52 Mattawan 43 G-A 62 Bangor 61 G-A 59 Wayland 57 G-A 35 St. Philip 42 BASKETBALL ’67-’68 D. Adkins, G. Brady, B. Underwood, D. Stringham, T. Dieterman, B. Roberts, H. Kuiper, J. Towne, T. Wilson, W. Burns, R. Block, W. Stoeffler, J. Green, T. Smith. MIDDLE: M. Carpenter (Captain) FRONT ROW L. to R.: D. Coburn, M. Maxson, B. Smith, C. German, D. Elliot. TOP ROW L. to R.: Coach Maskill, J. Jones, D. Rediker, P. Carpenter, J. McDaniels, Coach Puma. TOP ROW L. to R.: L. Martin, T. Block, J. Eppstein, D. Harry, M. Tschupp, S. Pearce, Coach Morgan; BOTTOM ROW L. to R.: T. Hogg, C. Chase, T. Guthrie, J. Blake, C. Maxson, J. Chapin. Jr. Captain Ray Coville, Sr. Captain Jeff Franz, Sr. Captain Frank Cox. TOP ROW: Coach Cox, R. Coville, J. Franz, F. Cox, J. Curry, K. Morgan, Mgr. M. Skidmore, Coach Sullivan. BOTTOM ROW: B. Noora, L. Armstrong, D. Overcamp, H. Gross, R. Lindsay, J. Lindsay. 93 TOP ROW: Coach Cox, M. Roe, G. Franz, D. Simon, K. Morgan, Mgr. M. Skidmore, Coach Sullivan. BOTTOM ROW: P. Pelton, S. Chaffee, D. O’Leary, M. Chaffee, P. Heron, C. Champion. 94 TENNIS TOP ROW: Coach VanZandt, G. Wilson, R. Maxson, T. Wilson, J. Greene. BOTTOM ROW: C. German, B. Underwood, J. Hogg, J. Bennett, T. Smith. 95 TRACK 880 yd. relay team record break¬ ers: M. Carpenter, T. Dieterman, B. Maskill, R. Mazur. Record breakers B. Maxson, mile run; B. Reck, two mile run. TOP ROW: G. Dunithan, D. Miller, R. Hutchins, B. Maxson, E. Adkins, B. Reck, S. Over- camp. SECOND ROW: M. Noora, G. White, R. Vereeke, M. Skidmore, D. Kent, G. Youngs, L. Burris, C. Champion, Coach Maskill. THIRD ROW: M. Knapper, R. Haw ken, D. Dent- ler, T. Dieterman, M. Carpenter, R. Mazur, S. Bower, J. Clarke, P. Shupp. FOURTH ROW: S. Smith, B. Maskill, F. Cox, P. Brown. STANDING: D. Newton, R. Smith, D. Damato, B. Curry, J. Roelof, J. Oviatt. KNEELING: D. Wright, S. Newton, Coach Forrester. BASEBALL TOP ROW: D. Stringham, T. Wilson, J. Garrett, B. Maskill, E. Guyberson. 2nd ROW: Coach Morrison, G. Wilson, S. Smith, R. Block, J. Groh, J. Greene, J. McConnell. 3rd ROW: D. Atkins, F. Cox, G. Stringham, J. Hogg, R. Fowler: Not Pictured: N. Knapper SENIOR DIRECTORY LEN F. ADAMS Science Club 3,4, Yearbook Staff, Circulation Manager 4, Pep Band 1,2,3,4, Dance Band 1,2,3,4, Concert Band 1,2,3, Pres. 4, Fall Play 3, Spring Play 3, Honor Band 1,2,3,4. HAROLD EUGENE ADKINS Baseball 2. DORIS ANN APPELDORN Office Co-op 4, Co-op Club 4. RONALD ROSS BARKER Rampages 3, Chorus 1,2, Freshman Football 1, Tel- Tales 2,3. JOE BELL Yearbook Staff 4, Rampages 4, Varsity Football 4. RONALD EDWARD BLOCK Freshman Football 1, J.V. Football 2, Varsity Football 3,4, Freshman Basketball 1, J.V. Basketball 2, Varsity Basketball 3,4, Baseball 1,2,3,4, Track 2. PAUL BLODGETT Work Education Program 4. MIKE BOUCHARD D.E. Co-op 4, Co-op Club 4. SUE BOWEN Chorus 3, Treasurer 4. DAN MICHAEL BOWER Rampages Editor 4, Science Club 3, Historian 4, Class President 4. DOUG BOWER Yearbook Staff, Editor 4, Rampages 1, Chess Club 3, Science Club 3,4, Class Treasurer 4. CRAIG J. BRENEMAN Yearbook Staff 4, Fall Play 3, Freshman Football 1,2, Wrestling 2. RICK BRESSON Freshman Football 1. MARY BRININSTOOL Student Council Sec. 2, Yearbook Staff 3, Rampages 3 AFS 1,2,3, Sec. 4, French Club 2,3, Sec. 1, V. Pres. 4, Science Club 3,4, Sec. 2, GAA 1,2,3, U.N. Club 3,4, Sec. 2, Homecoming Rep. 1, Fall Play 3, Class Secre¬ tary 1, President 3, JV Cheerleader 1, Varsity Cheer¬ leader 2,4, Tennis 1,2,3,4, DAR Pilgrim. MICHAEL CRAIG BRODIE Rampages 3, U.N. Club 2,3,4, Fall Play 1,2,3,4, Spring Play 1,2,3, D.E. Co-op 4, Freshman Football 1, Wres¬ tling 2, Track Manager 2, Co-op Club President 4. PHIL J. BROWN Track Club 3,4, Freshman Football 1, Track 3,4. JANET KAY CAMBURN Yearbook Staff 4, FT A 2,3, GAA 1,2,3,4, Concert Band 1,2,3, Sec.-Treas. 4, NMSQT Semifinalist, Honors Band 3. MIKE CARPENTER Rampages 4, Track Club 1,2,3,4, Varsity Club 2,3, V. Pres. 4, Class President 1, Freshman Football 1, J.V. Football Co-Captain 2, Varsity Football 3,4, J.V. Bas¬ ketball 1,2, Varsity Basketball 3, Captain 4, Baseball 1, Track 1,2,3,4. PAT CARPENTER Y-Teens 1,2,3, Concessionaires 3, GAA 2,3,4. MARY CASTLE Rampages 3,4, Chorus 2,3,4. JUDY COBURN Concessionaires 3, Chorus Secretary 4. LOU ELLEN COBURN Commercial Club 3,4, Pep Band 1,2,3, Dance Band 1, 2,3, Concert Band 1,2,3, Office Co-op 4, Co-op Club 4. 98 JESSE COE Chorus 1,2, Tel-Tales 1,2, D.E. Co-op 4, J.V. Football 1, Freshman Basketball 1, Co-op Club 4. CURTIS KEITH COOK Chorus 1, Freshman Football 1. FRANK WESLEY COX Science Club 1,2,3,4, Track Club 2,3,4, Varsity Club 2,3, Pres. 4, Varsity Football 2,3, Captain 4, J.V. Foot¬ ball 1, Wrestling 1,2, Captain 3,4, Baseball 3,4, Track 1,2,3,4; All KVA 3,4. KAREN KRISTINE COX Yearbook Staff, Business Mgr. 4, GAA 1,2,3, Chorus 4. EDWARD FLOYD CRANDELL Chorus 3. CURTIS M. CRAVEN Concert Band 3,4, Class Pres. 2, J.V. Football Co-Cap¬ tain 2, Varsity Football 3,4. BRAD EDWARD CURRY Varsity Football 3, Freshman Basketball 1, J.V. Basket¬ ball 2, Wrestling 1, Golf 2,3. THOMAS LEE DIETERMAN Track Club 2,3,4, Varsity Club 2,3,4, J.V. Football 1, Varsity Football 2,3, Captain 4, Freshman Basketball 1, J.V. Basketball 2, Va rsity Basketball 3,4, Track 1, 2,3,4, All KVA 3,4. GARRY DUNITHAN Class Treasurer 1, Freshman Football 1, J.V. Football 1, Varsity Football 2,3, Wrestling 1, Track 3, All KVA 4. HARRY ECHTINAW Work-Education Program 4. LYNN ELDRED Rampages 3, Freshman Football 1, J.V. Football 3, Varsity Football 4, Freshman Basketball 2, J.V. Basket¬ ball 3. LAUREL KATHERINE EPPSTEIN Student Council Representative 3,4, AFS 1,2,3, French Club 2,4, Pres. 3, Science Club 2,4, V. Pres. 3, Library Club 3, GAA 1,2, Sec. 3, Tennis 2,3. JEFF FRANZ Track Club 3,4, Varsity Club 4, Homecoming King 4, Freshman Football 1, J.V. Football 2, Varsity Foot¬ ball 3,4, Wrestling 1,3, Co-Captain 4, Track 1,3,4; All KVA 4. BILL GATES Fall Play 3, D.E. Co-op 4, Freshman Football 2, Track I, Tel-Tales 2, Co-op Club 4. DORENE GETTYS Yearbook Staff 4, Rampages 3,4, AFS 3,4, FT A 2,3, 4, FNA 1,2,3,4, Library Club 3,4, Chorus 4, Fall Play 3, Spring Play 3, Pep Club 1. YVONNE GOOSTREY Y-Teens 2, Chorus 2. DEANNA MARIE GORMLEY Yearbook Staff 4, Y-Teens 1,2,3, Commercial Club 2.3.4, Office Co-op 4, Co-op Club 4. JAMES ARCHER GREENE Rampages 4, Varsity Club 2,4, Sec. 4, Class V. Pres. 1, J. V. Football 1, Varsity Football 2,3, Tri-Captain 4, Freshman Basketball 1, J.V. Basketball 2, Varsity Bas¬ ketball 3,4, Baseball 1,2,3,4, Tennis 1,2,3,4; All KVA 3.4, EUGENE E. GUYBERSON Baseball 3. RUTH ELAINE HAASE Student Council Rep. 1, Sec. 4, Yearbook Staff 4, AF! 1,2,3, Pres. 4, French Club 2,3, Treas. 4, Library Club 4, Concessionaires 3,4, GAA 1,2,4, Treas. 3, Concert Band 1,2,3,4, U.N. Club 2,4, Parliamentarian 3, Fall Play 3,4, Spring Play 3, Drum Majorette 3, Majorette 1 Class Treasurer 3, J.V. Cheerleader 1, Varsity Cheer¬ leader 2, Pep Club 1, Honors Band 2. RUSS HAWKEN Student Council Rep. 2, Vice Pres. 3, Pres. 4, AFS 2, 3.4, Science Club 2, Pres. 3, Track Club 2, Sec. 3, Fall Play 3, J.V. Football 2, Track 1,2,3,4. CHARLYN HENSON Yearbook Staff 4, FHA 1,2,4, Treas. 3, Concession¬ aires 3,4, GAA 1,2,3,4, Office Co-op 4. 99 RICHARD HEWITT Freshman Football 1, Work-Education Program 4. JOEY MARGARET HILTON Student Council Sec. 4, AFS 1,2,3, Hist. 4, FTA 1,2, Treas. 3, French Club 1,2,3, Pres. 4, Y-Teens 1, Sec. 2, Science Club 3, V. Pres. 4, Concessionaires 1,2,3,4, GAA 1,2,3,4, Concert Band 1,2.4, Sec.-Treas. 3, U.N. Club 2,3,4, Fall Play 3, Spring Play 3, Class Sec. 2,3. LINDA SUE HINSON AFS 3, Science Club 3, GAA 3, Chorus 3, Fall Play 3, Spring Play 3. JACK HOGG AFS 2, Varsity Club 3,4, Freshman Football 1, J.V. Football 2, Varsity Football 3,4, Baseball 1,2,3,4, Ten¬ nis 1,2,3,4, All KVA 3,4, NMSQT Commended Stu¬ dent. SUSAN KAE HOLLANBAUGH Yearbook Staff, Head Typist 4, Rampages Editor 3, FTA 3,4, French Club 2,3, Commercial Club 2,3,4, Office Co-op 4, Co-op Club 4, Teen Page Reporter 3, 4, Teen Page Advisory Council, Chairman 3,4. RON HUTCHINS Track Club 3, J.V. Football 1,2, Varsity Football 3, Freshman Basketball 1, Track 2,3. ROBERTA JEAN VIER INMAN FNA 3,4, Y-Tenns 4, GAA 3, Chorus 4. DONNAJONES GAA 1,2. JOY ELLEN KELLAY Rampages 4, AFS 2,3,4, Science Club 3,4, Library Club 4, GAA 1,2,3, Chorus 1, Pep Band 2,3, Concert Band 2,3, J.V. Cheerleader 2, Varsity Cheerleader 3, Tennis 3, Pep Club 1. LINDA LEE KIRKLIN Yearbook Staff 3, Underclassmen Ed. 4, Rampages 3, AFS 1,3,4, Sec. 2, FTA 2,3, French Club 1, Sec. 2, V.Pres. 3, Sec. 4, Library Club 4, Concessionaires 2,3, 4, U.N. Club 2,4, V. Pres. 3, Fall Play 1,2,3,4, Spring Play 1,2, Class V. President 2,3. STAN KOZLOSKI Chess Club 1,3. HARVEY KUIPER Varsity Club 3, Treasurer 4, Freshman Football 1, J.V. Football 2, Varsity Football 3,4, Freshman Basketball 1, J.V. Basketball 2, Varsity Basketball 3,4, Baseball 1, 2,3, Track 4. RICHARD LA COSS Rampages 3,4, FTA 2, Parliamentarian 3,4, Cadet Teacher 4, Science Club 1,2,3,4, Concessionaires 1,2, 3. SUSAN A. LOUNSBERY Yearbook Staff 3, Feature Ed. 4. AFS 1,2,3,4, FTA 3, French Club 2,3, Y-Teens 1,2,3, GAA 1,2,4, Pep Band I, 2, Dance Band 1,2,3, Concert Band 1,2,3,4, Fall Play 2,3, Spring Play 2,3, Class Treasurer 3, Honors Band 1,2,3. JAMES LEE LOVINS Chess Club 3, Chorus 1, Freshman Footba ll 1, J.V. Football 1, Golf 3. GARY MARR Freshman Football 1. TOM MASTEN J. V. Football 2, Varsity Football 3,4. DOUG MAXSON Chorus 2, Freshman Football 1, Freshman Basketball 1 . SUSAN KEPLER DAWN McCONNELL Library Club 4, Commercial Club 4, GAA 1,2,3,4, Cho- Rampages 3,4, Y-Teens 2,3,4, Commercial Club 2,3,4, rus 2,4. Homecoming Queen 4. john McConnell B aseball 1,2,3,4. 100 VICKI LOU MCGOWAN Yearbook Staff 4, Rampages 3,4, AFS 3,4, FTA 1,2,3, 4, FNA 3, President 4, Library Club 4, Sec.-Treas. 3, GAA 2, Fall Play 3,4, Pep Club 1. MIKE MEZO Wrestling 1. DAN E. MILLER Track Club 2,4, Freshman Football 1, J.V. Football 2, Varsity Football 3,4, Freshman Basketball 1, Track 2, 3. KAREN LYNN MINER FHA 1,2, Sec. 3, Commercial Club 2, V. President 3, President 4, Office Co-op 4, Co-op Club 4. PHYLLIS ANN MINER Yearbook Staff, Seniors Editor 4, AFS 2,3, Rep. 4, FTA 2,4, His. 3, French Club 1,2,3,4, Library Club 3, 4, GAA 1,2,3,4, Chorus 2,3,4, Dance Band 2,3,4, Con¬ cert Band 3,4, Fall Play 1,2,3,4, Spring Play 3,4, Hon¬ ors Band 3. DONNA JO MITCHELL Y-Teens 3,4. PRISCILLA MYERS FTA 4, Chorus 1,2,3, President 4. GARY LEE NEWTON Fall Play 1, Spring Play 1, Freshman Football 1, J.V. Football 2, Varsity Football 3,4, Wrestling 1. STEVE NEWTON Freshman Football 1, J.V. Football 2, Wrestling 2, Golf 2,3. GARY NICHOLLS J.V. Football 3. JERRY PEARROW Rampage 3,4, AFS 4, FTA 3,4, Concessionaires 3, Ch rus 1, Cadet Teacher 3. DOUGLAS ALLEN PIERCE PHILIP PITKO Chorus 3. STEVE POWELL Track Club 1,2,3,4, J.V. Football 1, Varsity Football 2,3,4, Track 1,2,3,4, All KVA 4, Work-Education Pro gram 4. MONIKA PRECHEL French Club 1,2,3,4, Commercial Club 2,3, Treasurer 4, GAA 1,2. LINDA REYNOLDS Yearbook Staff, Organizations Editor 4, Rampages 3, AFS 2,3, Treasurer 4, French Club 1,4, V. Pres. 2, Sec 3, Science Club 3,4, GAA 1,2,3. BILL ROE Track Club 1,2, J.V. Football 1, Varsity Football 2,3, 4, Wrestling 1,2, Baseball 3, Track 2, All KVA 3,4. CAROLYN ROGERS FNA 1, Commercial Club 2,3,4, GAA 1, Office Co-op 4, Co-op Club Treasurer 4. GAYLE ROMIG Student Council Rep. 2, Rampages 3, AFS 2,3, Com¬ mercial Club 2,3,4, GAA 1,2, Office Co-op 4, J.V. Cheerleader 1, Varsity Cheerleader 2,3,4, Co-op Club 4. JUNIATA MARIE ROOT AFS 3,4, FNA 2, V. President 3, Library Club 4, Cho¬ rus 2. MELONIE NICHOLS DORIS RUMSEY Y-Teens 1,2,3,4, GAA 1, Homecoming Rep. 2,4. Yearbook Staff 4, AFS 3,4, Science Club 3, Treas. 4, Library Club 3, President 4, Class Secretary 4. DAVID O’DONNELL D.E. Co-op 4, Freshman Football 1, J.V. Football 2, Freshman Basketball 1, Golf 2,3, Co-op Club 4. MARLEE SCHIEBER Rampages 3,4, Y-Teens 1,4, V. Pres. 2, Pres. 3, Com¬ mercial Club 2. SUZANNE SCHIEBER Rampages 3, Y-Teens 1,2,3,4, Commercial Club 2,3,4, Office Co-op 4, Co-op Club 4. CONSTANCE JANE SMITH Rampages 3, Y-Teens 1,2,3, Commercial Club 2,3,4, Office Co-op 4, Co-op Club 4. THOMAS S. SMITH Rampages 3,4, Freshman Basketball 1,2, Varsity Bas¬ ketball 4, Tennis 1,3,4. BECKY STOKER FHA 2,3, President 4, Concessionaires 4. CINDY STREICH Yearbook Staff, Activities Editor 4, Library Club 4. DAVID LEE STRINGHAM Rampages 4, Varsity Club 2,3,4, J.V. Football 1, Var¬ sity Football 2,3,4, Freshman Basketball 1, J.V. Bas¬ ketball 2, Varsity Basketball 4, Basketball 1,2,3,4, All- KVA 3,4, Baseball All KVA 2. MIKE TASSELL BRENDA CAROL TAYLOR Rampages 3, FHA 1,3, V. President 2, Y-Teens 1,3, Secretary 3, Commercial Club 2,3, Office Co-op 4, Co¬ op Club 4. SANDRA L. TITUS Student Council Representative 1, 3, Rampages 3,4, AFS 1,2, FTA 2,3, French Club 1, Commercial Club 2, GAA 1,2,4, President 3, Homecoming Representative 3, J.V. Cheerleader 1, Varsity Cheerleader 2,3,4, Ten¬ nis 4. JOHN HAROLD TOWNE Student Council Representative 4, Rampages 3,4, Yearbook Staff 3, Sports Editor 4, Science Club 1,2,3, 4, Track Club 1,2,3, Varsity Club 4, UN Club 2, Spring Play 1,2,3, Class V. President 4, Freshman Football 1, J.V. Football 2, Varsity Football 3,4, Freshman Basketball 1, J.V. Basketball 2, Varsity Bas¬ ketball 3,4, Track 1,2,3, Tennis 2. JOHN TOWNSEND Yearbook Staff 4, Concert Band 3,4. DIRK VERWEY Fall Play 2,3, Freshman Football 1, J.V. Football 2, Varsity Football 3, Wrestling 1,3. JANNETTE VERWEY Rampages 3, Y-Teens 1,2,3, Vice-President 4, Com¬ mercial Club 2,3,4, Office Co-op 4, Co-op Club, Secre¬ tary 4. JEAN CAROL WAYBRANT Student Council Representative 4, AFS 1,2, FTA 1,2, 3,4, French Club 1,3,4, Secretary 2, Science Club 2,3, President 4, GAA 1,2,3, Tennis 4. GARY WHITE D. E. Co-op 4. MARY JO WILCOX Student Council Representative 4, Rampages 3, FHA I, 2, Vice-President 3, Treasurer 4, Y-Teens 1,2, Treas¬ urer 3, Secretary 4, GAA 1,2,3,4, Chorus 3, Concert Band 1. TOM R. WILSON J. V. Football 2, J.V. Basketball 1,2, Varsity Basket¬ ball 3,4, Baseball 1,2,3,4, Tennis 1,2,3,4. ADVERTISERS Congratulations to the Senior Class from WALNUT MANOR FARMS MR. AND MRS. DALE KIRKL1N Congratulations to Graduates of 68 Compliments of CENTURY HOUSEWARES INC. GALESBURG AUTO SUPPLY 119 East Michigan 1000 Cork Lane, Kalamazoo MO 5-8211 MO 5-7304 MOLLET’S MARKET Spartan Store Groceries — Meats MOrris 5-5161 THE l pt_ARGUS PRINTING PUBLISHING Galesburg, Michigan PHONE-665-9543 ' Best wishes to the class of ’68 Standard Oil Products CLYDE VAN AVERY BELL’S BAKERY Homemade Ice Cream Beer and Wine Take-Out Galesburg MOrris 5-9591 •pF Television — Radio — Stero BOB MOORE TELEVISION Complete TV and Antenna Service 2922 Portage St. Kalamazoo, Michigan Phone 381-4215 Congratulations to the Class of 1968 Phone 665-7376 Phone 665-5123 Member of N.A.H.B. FROM “FUN-RISE” TO “FUN-SET” it’s WTPS RADIO 1 560 The Sound of Young America Swinging Easy In Portage and proud of it GRANTS DEPT. STORE Open Nights Galesburg Michigan 105 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. 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Sporting Goods Men’s Sportswear Ladies’ Sportswear Gifts 58 Mill Street Galesburg 311 W. Kilgore Kalamazoo CAP’S STEAK HOUSE of Galesburg Offers “Best Wishes to All G. A. Students.” Congratulations Class of ’68 OVIATT’S PHARMACY ROBINSON’S Drugs With a Reputation “Where You Are Welcome” Ph. MO 5-4201 Galesburg, Michigan ‘Your Family Drugstore’ 108 of Battle Creek INMAN’S JwumLjtfL jeoct Compliments of THE CENTENNIAL SHOP Antiques by Dale and Alberta Wilcox Galesburg, Michigan VAHEY MUSIC CO. Baldwin Wurlitzer Pianos Organs Band Instruments 216 West Michigan Kalamazoo FI 2-0232 101 RANCH MOTEL New Modern Motel — Gas Heat Kitchenette Cottages — Day or Week Restaurant Beautiful Play Grounds Reservations Phone 665-7054 Just off 1-94 1 Mile East of Galesburg, Michigan ELLIS BECKER JEWELER Diamonds Watches Sales and Service H. R. TERRYBERRY COMPANY Grand Rapids, Michigan Official Manufacturers of Galesburg-Augusta High School Rings “The Finest in Class Rings” 109 The best to you each morning — of Battle Creek no Congratulations to the Class of ’68 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! TAYLOR LUMBER CO. " FIRST NATIONAL CONTINUOUS SECURITY AND SERVICE SINCE 1863 Compliments of FRANK’S AUTO REPAIR 119 Beckwith Dr. 665-8971 l l Compliments of pumice Sullivan, SALES SERVICE Best Wishes From DOUBLEDAY BROS. CO. 1919 E. Kilgore Road Kalamazoo, Michigan Office Supplies Office Furniture Offset and Letterpress Printers Congratulations to the Class of 68 112 THE STYLE SHOP on the Mall Kalamazoo COMPLIMENTS OF McPECK IS CITIZEN’S MAN McPeck’s Insurance Augusta Compliments of GALESBURG HOUSE OF FLOORS HARDINGS FRIENDLY MARKET Linoleum Tile Carpeting Galesburg, Michigan Galesburg, Michigan Everything in Food 113 Compliments of JACOBSON’S Kalamazoo, Michigan Compliments of DAVE’S AUTO REPAIR Augusta, Michigan Phone Day or Night 731-7362 24-Hour Emergency Wrecker Service Compliments of LONG LAKE ROLLER RINK South End Long Lake Kalamazoo, Michigan DA 7-9413 distinctive individual PORTRAIT by KALAMAZOO MASTER OP PHOTOGRAPHY 1418 Portage Street FI 4-0344 Congratulations Best Wishes, Class of 68 GARY’S RESTAURANT Congratulations to the Class of 68 R. J. ADAMS Building and Remodeling 81 W. Michigan Ave. MO-54431 I 14 Suzuki SALES • SERVICE • PARTS • ACCESSORIES M JA CYCLE S ALES 755 PORTAGE AT VINE ST. Compliments of ROELOF DAIRY Galesburg, Michigan Milk Builds Strong Athletes Have You Had Your Milk Today? Learn to Ride Lessons by Appointment LOU-DON FARMS 4115 N. 36th St. Galesburg Hunters, Jumpers and Pleasure Horses Beautiful 200 ft. Long Indoor Arena Horses Boarded and Trained 665-5641 Compliments of Compliments of S lC 0 f] The New J t I COMSTOCK ' ' - SINCLAIR SERVICE HEPP’S STORE 214-228 E. Michigan 345-0063 Kalamazoo, Michigan Comstock, Michigan 115 Congratulations to the Class of ’68 JOE’S MARATHON SERVICE RE 1-7022 LENORE’S BEAUTY SHOP 25 E. Battle Creek Street Galesburg, Michigan “If your hair isn’t becoming to you; you should be coming to us.” Augusta Compliments of Michigan Lenore + Marian PETERS CONSTRUCTION CO. HOAG AND WATTS FUNERAL HOME Galesburg Climax Congratulations to the Class of ’68 Excavating and Grading COMSTOCK BEER SERVICE Complete Party Supplies 6086 E. Michigan Ave. Compliments of BELL’S GREENHOUSE COMSTOCK “Since 1923” FI 3-6857 5437 Comstock Ave. 33325 E. Kilgore Phones FI 5-2288 FI 5-8301 Kalamazoo, Michigan 49002 Compliments of MILLWOOD MOTORCYCLE Mr. Haas Cork St. Kalamazoo 117 KALAMAZOO INN mm ° Ur fiends at Michigan Bell ' vany years ahead are 9° t0 ' And Aether you ' re thinking ofa 1 200 N. Park St. Kalamazoo, Michigan 349-9733 Compliments of SCHLUETER FUNERAL HOME Augusta, Michigan Compliments of Comstock, Michigan 118 Compliments of COLUSON’S SUPER MARKET 654 River Street Comstock, Michigan Compliments to the Class of ’68 From CRAVEN’S PEAT FARM Compliments of EDWARDS INDUSTRIAL SALES, INC. JIM KISSINGER’S GULF SERVICE Phone V J ' MO 5-9091 M-96 at Shafter Road Galesburg Michigan fUBLISHED BY %U A Lucy %m tk MCMBERt MIcMfun A NctUnul AimcIMIm A4v«r(lilnf Pukll K f« 11623 East Michigan Ave. Galesburg Congratulations to the Class of ’68 GALESBURG COFFEE SHOP 2 West Michigan Galesburg Compliments of GALESBURG LAUN-DER-RITE Congratulations to the Class of ’68 TITUS CONSTRUCTION COMPANY MO 5-4391 Galesburg I 19 Congratulations to the Class of 68 RAYMAN AUTOMATIC HEATING Q MCCREARY Quality Tiras Sine 1915 HOURS: We 8 Sa ) ' TIRE ENGINEERS 5571 KING HIGHWAY M-96 COMSTOCK FI 4-9355 Congratulations to the Class of 68 RICHARD C. LA COSS Mason Contractor 1570 S. 36th St. Galesburg 665-8131 Congratulations to the Class of 68 DALE SCHIEBER INSURANCE 95 Fullerton Galesburg, Michigan The Rambler staff acknowledges with great appreciation the services of R. S. SUTULA STUDIO 2061 2 South Main St. Elkhart, Indiana SCHOOL PHOTOGRAPHER Quality Pictures Outstanding Service “All the little extras” at no extra cost Best Wishes to the Class of ’68 aSKLE fc 106 SO WEBSTER - AUGUSTA. MICHIGAN 120 Men’s Gifts Fountain Cosmetics Greeting Cards Prescriptions Accurate Prescription Expense Records Furnished for Tax and Insurance Purposes. LIL’S RECORD SHOPPE 11 North East Capital Records — Phonos — Radios — Guitars and Accessories WO 2-0800 J K A ' —

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