Galesburg Augusta High School - Rambler Yearbook (Galesburg, MI)
- Class of 1969
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RAMBLER GALESBURG-AUGUSTA HIGH SCHOOL Galesburg, Michigan i TABLE OF CONTENTS FEATURES SENIORS SENIOR DIRECTORY ADMINISTRATION FACULTY UNDERCLASSMEN ACTIVITIES ORGANIZATIONS SPORTS ADVERTISEMENTS 2 FOREWORD In the time of your life - LIVE - day by day, year by year in our world which fills itself with an ever-increasing number of ideas, ambitions, likes and dislikes. The faces of Galesburg-Augusta High School are many and varied, but they re¬ flect you, the student body. Yesterday a happy, today a saddened, yet tomorrow a tearful but eager face will meet the world with keen anticipation. This yearbook has attempted to portray in pictures and words your lives as you have lived them during this school year. If a student, perusing his yearbook, can place himself in a scene or can enjoy an ac¬ complishment, the Rambler has succeeded in capturing the " Time of Your Life. " 3 1969 RAMBLER STAFF Editor-in-Chief-Barbara Cox Business Manager-Mary Blake Advertising Manager-Kris MacDonald Features and Activities-Mollie Pratt Myrna Castro Karan Keiser Barbara Reynolds Ann Vindedahl Seniors-Mary Mendenhall Sue Haines Sandy Van Dyke Donna Vaughn Underclassmen-- Barbara Verwey Ruth Waybrant Sue Sieting Organizations.Sandra Curtiss Jayne Maskill Kathy Eldridge Circulation.Suzanna Nichols Marilyn Garrett Imogene Landers Sports-Elmer Adkins Rod Smith Donn Kent Tom Watson Typists — -Karen Pierman Sherry Booth Photography and Art-Dave Damato Junior Apprentices.Connie Block Dave Stringham Bill Roberts Janet Roelof Kathy VanVranken Advisors.Thelma Edwards Jean Coggins Editor prepares final copy. Kris and Mary selling advertising. Advisors checking planning dummy. i Features staff studies photo¬ graphs . Imogene, Suz- anna, and Mari¬ lyn put up posters. Ruth, Sue, and Barb plan layouts of underclass¬ men. Senior staffers admire class¬ mates ' pictures. Dave Damato snaps the sports staff. Jane and Sandy check Kathy ' s typing. RAMBLER STAFF AT WORK So much is happening! We can see boys in shop classes and girls in home econom¬ ics, teachers relaxing, encouraging, and coaching. We can see students excited over a game, and, always, we can see students studying. With so much going on, and so much to do, this must be the time of our lives. 7 Senior Princess Suzanna i. The biggest game of the season - Home¬ coming ! Hours of band practice, fluffing tis¬ sue, and football drill¬ ing go into it, but when the floats tour the field and we win the game, it s worth it. Sophomore Princess Kathy Freshman Princess Teresa 9 14 " Quick! What’s next? " OUR TIME IS SPENT IN MANY WAYS " Test on Tuesday over . . . ” " Read the directions carefully.” 15 SENIORS SENIOR VALEDICTORIAN - John Gladysz has maintained a 4.0 av¬ erage throughout high school and holds ma¬ jors in French, Math, Science, and Chemis¬ try. In addition to his studies at G-A, he is studying at Western Michigan University. This fall John plans to transfer to the Honors College at the University of Michigan, where he will major in either chemistry or mathematics. He plans to enter research in one of the two fields. JOHN SALUTATORIAN - David Shafer has been named to this honor by earning a 3.952 average during the four years of high school. He plans to attend Michigan Technological University at Hough¬ ton to become an electrical engineer. David is an Eagle Scout and a member of the National Honor Society. DAVID V.I.P.S NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY The Galesburg-Augusta chapter of the National Honor Society has named 13 students, who were chosen upon the basis of four attributes: Character, Leadership, Service, and Scholarship. The selected students are as follows: Back Row: Mr. Burrell, Ad¬ visor; J. Lindsay, M. Mendenhall, B. Reynolds, B. Cox, A. Vinde- dahl, J. Gladysz, D. Shafer. Front Row: R. Waybrandt, M. Blake, K. Eldridge, C. Carpenter, S. Curtiss, D. Vaughn. Mary Ann Blake was chosen D.A.R. Pilgrim by the senior girls and the faculty. She was selected on the basis of her personal qualities of patriotism, leadership, service, and scholarship. MARY BLAKE Class Officers: J. Mas- kill, Secretary; Miss LaBelle, Advisor; E. Adkins, President; Mr. Boomershine, Advisor; Sandra Curtiss, Trea¬ surer. SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS 19 JAMES ABBOTT DECA ... Funny ... auto me¬ chanics LOUIS D. ARMSTRONG " Louie” ... wrestling ... tough 20 STEPHEN BARNHART Mustang ... drawings ... " Cast " DELMAR ADKINS Basketball Captain ... shy ... nice guy MARY ANN BLAKE Voice ... friendly ... athletic RETHA LORRAINE BLODGETT Always happy ... Pretty smile HARRELL GWEN BRADY " Red Fox” ... Sports ... Home¬ coming King SHERRY ELLEN BOOTH Camaro ... Co-op ... ’ Blond Bombshell” STEPHEN BROD1E Comical ... Jeep ... cool BRENDA KAY BRANHAM Tiny ... Co-op ... soft-spoken WAYNE BURNS Beard ... Obliging LARRY BURRIS Quiet ... dark hair ... thought ful MYRNA RUTH CASTRO " Baby” ....boys... Mr. Bi¬ ology ... Exchange student from Uruguay LEWIS BUSH DECA ... Loves cars JERRY JOHN CLARK Quiet ... track KATHY LOU CARPENTER Johnny Carson ... long hair ... Rampages Editor RAY COVILLE Wrestler ... Eastern ... Toyota 22 BARBARA ANN COX SANDRA LYNN CURTISS DAVID ANTHONY DAMATO Rambler ... editor ... person¬ ality DUANE DENTLER High jump ... long and lanky KIPP DEPUE Friendly ... sincere DARLEEN DILLON Always laughing ... sweet 23 SANDRA EBERHARD Junior ... Coiffures ... nice clothes RANDY FOWLER Football Captain ... Consider¬ ate 24 KATHLEEN MARIE ELDRIDGE Lots of fun ... peppy ... out¬ going v 4 JR MARILYN SUE GARRETT " Susie " ... Augusta girl TERRI FARROW Athletic ... Petite ... friendly JOHN ANDREW GLADYSZ W.M.U. ... nonconformist ... manager ANN GORDON Sincere ... Sweet ... Brian SUSAN MARIE HAINES Intelligent ... poised long hair YVONNE GREENE " Love Power " ... Wallace JOSEPH GROH All-State ... opinionated THOMAS HINSON " Spider Man " ... Great person ality ... silence is deceiving ALBERT HOCKING " Al” ... Student Council ... manager 25 ORVILLE HUNT DONNIA MARIE HUTCHINS Soft-spoken ... pretty eyes DAVID JONES " Dave” ... good wrestler 26 KENNETH HUNTER Track ... speaks few words PATRICIA L. JACOBS Shy ... Quiet KARAN JANE KEISER Long hair ... outgoing person ality DONN KENT Nice guy ... Eagle scout ... determined IMA JEAN LANDERS Wally ... Augusta girl ... Plymouth LYNNE KEPLER Librarian ... quiet ELAINE KOHLER Nice ... friendly NORMAN G. KNAPPER ‘Stormin’Norman ... All-KVA ... hot temper KENNETH R. KIRK Ken " ... Chess Club JOHN LINDSAY Varsity sweater ... good math student ... wrestler. 27 CRYSTAL D. MACDONALD " Kris” ... sincere ... blonde hair JAYNE T. MASKILL Florida ... popular ... hilar¬ ious • 28 SUSAN LOVELAND John ... sweet and friendly ... co-op MARY SUSAN MENDENHALL Pretty ... chocolate ... intel- THOMAS MANN " Tom " ... green Chevy ... cars SHARON MEADOWS Sweet personality ... Nice DOROTHY MINOR ’’Dottie " ... very frank ... wedding bells JACK A. OSMUN Neat dresser ... cars ... cool STEVEN OVERKAMP ’’Steve " ... track GINGER PECKHAM Black hair ... athletic 29 KAREN PIERMAN Denny ... nice clothes ... First National Bank BARBARA JEAN REYNOLDS French ... bubbling person¬ ality 30 DENNIS E. SCOTT The Great Pumpkin ... candy KENNETH SHIELDS Movie theater ... nice guy DAVID SHAFER Intelligent ... industrious ... Blue Alliance PAUL SHUPP " Hokey " ... tall ... carefree SUSAN MARIE SIETING Gary ... petite ... always smiling 31 IUNE ALICE SMITH Office co-op ... freckles ... friendly JACQUELINE L. SOOTSMAN " Jackie” ... Wallace ... lover WENDELL L. STOEFFLER Don Juan ... quarterback ... sports BRIAN TAYLOR " Opie " ... good dancer ... Ann DANNY THOMAS Bonnie ... Hepps ROBERT UNDERWOOD " Quincy” ... tennis ... deep voice JANE LOU VAN AVERY Good school spirit ... short JUDITH VANDENBOSS ”Judy " ... friendly SANDY VAN DYKE Intelligent ... responsible DONNA FAYE VAUGHN Jerry ... Augusta girl ... KVCC BARBARA JEAN VERWEY Bob ... giggles ANN KATHRINE VINDEDAHL LINDA LOU WABER Homecoming Queen ... sincere Friendly ... loyal ... shy ... nice clothes 34 35 SENIOR DIRECTORY JAMES ABBOTT Chess Club 1,2, Library Club 3, Co-op Club 4, Concert Band 1,2. HARRELL BRADY Freshman Football 1, J. V. Football 2, Varsity Football 3, Co-Captain 4, Track 1,2, Homecoming King, Varsity Club 4. DELMAR ADKINS J.V. Football 2, Freshman Basketball 1, J.V. Basketball 2, Varsity Basketball 3, Captain 4, Track 1,2,3,4, Baseball 1,2, 3,4, Varsity Club 4. ELMER ADKINS Yearbook Staff 3, Sports Editor 4, Rampages 4, Class V. President 2, Class President 4, Freshman Football 1, J.V. Football 2, Freshman Basketball 1, J.V. Basketball 2. LEWIS ARMSTRONG Varsity Wrestling 1,2,3,4. STEPHEN BARNHART Rampages 3,4, Class President 1, Fresh¬ man Football 1, J. V. Football 2, Varsity Football 4. PENNY BARRETT Glee Club 3. MARY BLAKE Yearbook Staff Business Manager 4, AFS 1,2,3, President 4, Glee Club 3, Spring Play 2, J.V. Cheerleader 1, Varsity Cheer¬ leader 2,3, Captain 4, DAR Pilgrim, Cadet Teacher 4. RETHA BLODGETT FHA 3, V. President 4, Y-Teens 4, GAA 1 , 2 , 3 , 4 . STEPHEN BRODIE Varsity Wrestling 1,2, Freshman Football 1, J.V. Football 2, Rampages 4. WAYNE BURNS Freshman Basketball 1, J.V. Basketball 2, Varsity Basketball 3, Fall Play 3. LARRY BURRIS LEWIS BUSH AFS 3, Co-Op Club President 4. KATHY CARPENTER Rampages 3, Editor 4, AFS 2,3, Y-Teens 1,2, GAA 1,2, Keener Correspondent 3,4, Teen-page writer 4. MYRNA CASTRO Foreign Student from Urguay, Yearbook Staff 4, AFS 4, French Club 4, Science Club 4, Drama Club 4, GAA 4. JERRY CLARK Chess Club 3, Track 1,2,3,4. RAYMOND COVILLE Science Club 1, Freshman Football 1, J.V. Football 2, Varsity Football 3, Varsity Wrestling 1,2, Co-Captain 3,4. SHERRY BOOTH Yearbook Staff 4, AFS 1,2,3, Y-Teens 1, Commercial Club 2,3,4, Co-op Club 4, GAA 1,2,3. BARBARA COX Yearbook Staff 3, Editor 4, Commercial Club 2,3,4, Pep Band 1,2,3, Concert Band 1,2,3,4, Dance Band 2,3, Honors Band 1, 2,3. BRENDA BRANHAM AFS 3, Commercial Club 4, Co-op Club 4, GAA 2,3. SANDRA CURTISS Yearbook Staff Organizations Editor 4, AFS 4, French Club 2,3, FNA 1, Y-Teens 1,2, Library Club 3, President 4, GAA 1,2,3,4, Class Treasurer 4. DAVID DAMATO Yearbook Staff 4, Rampages 3, Chess Club 1, Freshman Football 1, J.V. Football 2, Varsity Wrestling 1,2, Golf 1,2, Fall Play 2,3, Spring Play 4. DUANE DENTLER Track 1,2,3,4. KIPP DEPUE Freshman Football 1, Freshman Basketball 1 . DARLENE DILLON Y-Teens 1,2,3,4. SANDRA EBERHARD FHA 4, Y-Teens 1, Glee Club 1,2,3,4, GAA 3. KATHLEEN ELDRIDGE Student Council Secretary 4, Yearbook Staff 4, AFS 1,2,3,4, French Club 1,2, 3,4, Science Club 2,3,4, Library Club 2, 3.4, GAA 1,2, President 3, V. President 4, J.V. Cheerleader 1, Varsity Cheerleader 2.4, Class Treasurer 1, Class Secretary 3, Cadet Teacher 4. TERRI FARROW FHA 1,2,3,4, Y-Teens 4, GAA 2,3,4. RANDEL FOWLER J.V. Football 2, Varsity Football 3,4, Baseball 2,3,4. MARILYN GARRETT Yearbook Staff 4, Y-Teens 2, President 3, Library Club 3, Secretary-Treasurer 4, Glee Club 2,3,4, GAA 1,2,3,4. JOHN GLADYSZ Student Council 1, Treasurer 2,3, Chess Club V. President 1,2, French Club 1, Treasure r 2,3, Science Club 1, Secretary 2,3, Pep Band 1,2, Concert Band 1,2, MUNA 3,4, Model Democratic Convention 3, Class V. President 3, Kalamazoo County Science Seminar 3,4. ANN GORDON Student Council 4, Rampages Assistant Editor 4, Y-Teens 3, President 4. YVONNE GREENE Glee Club 3,4. JOSEPH GROH Student Council 1,2, V. President 3, Pres¬ ident 4, Chess Club President 2, T rack Club 2,3, President 4, Freshman Football 1, J.V. Football 2, Varsity Football 3, Co-Captain 4, Track 2,3,4, Freshman Basketball 1, J.V. Basketball 2, Baseball 1,2,4, Junior Class President 3, Cadet Teacher 4. SUSAN HAINES Student Council 4, Yearbook Staff 4, AFS 3,4, French Club 1,2,3,4, Class President 2, Class V. President 4. THOMAS HINSON Varsity Football 3, Spring Play 3. ALBERT HOCKING Student Council V. President 4, Science Club 1,2,3, Concessionaires 3,4, Track 1, Freshman Basketball 1, J.V. Basketball 2, Basketball Manager 3, Baseball Manager 3. ORVILLE HUNT Freshman Football 1. KENNETH HUNTER Track 3. DONNIA HUTCHINS FHA 4, Commercial Club 2,3,4, Glee Club 4. PATRICIA JACOBS FHA 2,3,4. 37 DAVID JONES Track 3, Varsity Wrestling 2,3, Co- Captain 4. KARAN REISER Yearbook Staff 4, AFS 2,3,4, Science Club 2,3, Historian 4, GAA 2,3,4. DONN KENT Yearbook Staff 4, Track 4, Varsity Foot¬ ball 3,4. LYNNE KEPLER Library Club 3,4, Commercial Club 3,4, Glee Club 1,2,3, GAA 1,2,3,4, Fall ’ Play 1. KENNETH KIRK Chess Club 2,3,4. NORMAN KNAPPER Varsity Club V. President 4, J.V. Football 2, Varsity Football 3.4, J.V. Basketball 2, Varsity Basketball 4, Track 2,3.4. Base¬ ball 2,3,4, Class Treasurer 3. ELAINE KOHLER IMAJEAN LANDERS Yearbook Staff 4, FHA 3, Y-Teens 3, Glee Club 1,3, Sec. 4, Concessionaires 3, GAA 3,4, Cadet Teacher 4. JOHN LINDSAY Chess Club 1,2, French Club 2,3,4, Sci¬ ence Club 2,3, T reasurer 4, Library Club 3,4, Drama Club 4, Concessionaires 1,2, Freshman Football 1, J.V. Football 2, Tennis 1,2,3,4, Fall Play 4, Spring Play SUSAN LOVELAND Commercial Club 2,3, Treasurer 4, Co¬ op Club 4, Concessionaires 1. KRISTAL MACDONALD Yearbook Staff 3, Advertising Manager 4, AFS 3,4, Commercial Club 4, GAA 3,4, J.V. Cheerleader 3, Varsity Cheer¬ leader 4. THOMAS MANN Freshman Football 1, J.V. Football 2. JAYNE MASKILL Student Council 1,3,4, Yearbook Staff 4, Rampages 4, AFS 1,2,3,4, French Club 2, 3, GAA 1,2,3,4, Class Secretary 2,4, Fall Play 3, Homecoming Representative 3. SHARON MEADOWS Commercial Club 2,3,4, Co-op Club 4 GAA 2. MARY MENDENHALL Yearbook Staff Seniors Editor 4, Rampages 4, AFS 1,2, V. President 3, Treasurer 4, French Club 2,3,4, Y-Teens 1,2, Science Club 3, 4, GAA 1,2,3,4, Class Treasurer 2, Cadet Teacher 4. DOROTHY MORRISON MINOR Glee Club 2,3, Fall Play 1,2. THOMAS NELSON DAVID NEWTON SUZANNA NICHOLS Yearbook Staff Circulation Editor 4, Con¬ cessionaires 1, GAA 1,2, Secretary 3,4, Homecoming Representative 2,4, Spring Play 3, Fall Play 4, Cadet Teacher 4. JACK OSMUN Freshman Football 1, J.V. Football 2, Varsity Football 3, Freshman Basketball 1, J.V. Basketball 2, Track 3,4. STEPHEN OVERKAMP Chess Club 1,2,3, French Club 1, Drama Club 3,4, Varsity Club 4, Spring Play 4, Freshman Football 1, J.V. Football 2, Varsity Football 3, Track 2,3,4. ROBERT PECK Co-op Club 4. GINGER PECKHAM FHA 1,2,3, Glee Club 1,2,3, Concession¬ aires 3,4, GAA 3,4. HOLLY P1ERMAN AFS 2, Y-Teens 1,2, Library Club 4, Commercial Club 2,3,4, Co-op Club 4, Pep Band 2, Concert Band 1,2. KAREN PIERMAN Yearbook Staff 3,4, Commercial Club 2, Secretary 3, Co-op Club President 4, Con¬ cessionaires 1, GAA 1,2,3. MOLLIE PRATT Yearbook Staff Features Editor 4, AFS 3,4, French Club 1,2,3, Secretary 4, Science Club 4, GAA 1,2,3,4. BONNIE PRESCOTT AFS 3, Commercial Club 3,4, Co-op Club 4, GAA 3. ROGER REITZ BARBARA REYNOLDS Yearbook Staff 4, AFS 3,4, French Club 1,2,3, President 4, GAA 1,2. REBECCA ROGERS FHA 1,2,3,4, FNA 2,3,4, GAA 2,3,4. DENNIS SCOTT Rampages 3, Chess Club 1,2,3, V. Pres¬ ident 4, Co-op Club 4, Pep Band 1,2,3,4, Concert Band 1,2,3. DAVID SHAFER Student Council 3, Chess Club 1, Science Club 2,3, President 4, Concert Band 1,2,3. BONNIE SHERRILL AFS 1,2, FHA 1,2, Reporter 3, President 4, Glee Club 1,3, Pep Band 1,2,3, Con¬ cert Band 1,2,3. KENNETH SHIELDS Freshman Football 1, J.V. Football 2. PAUL SHUPP Chess Club 2,3, J.V. Football 2,3, J.V. Basketball 2,3. SUSAN SIETING Yearbook Staff 4, French Club 1,2,3, Li¬ brary Club 3,4, Commercial Club 2,3,4, GAA 1,2,3,4, Pep Band 3,4, Concert Band 1,2,3,4, Dance Band 2,3, Honors Band 3,4. JUNE SMITH AFS 2,3, French Club 1, FHA 1, Commercial Club 2,3,4, Co-op Club 4, Glee Club 2, GAA 1,2. RODNEY SMITH Yearbook Staff 4, Chess Club 1, Pep Band 1.2.3, Concert Band 1,2,3, Dance Band 1, 2.3.4. JACQUELINE SOOTSMAN FHA 1,2, Glee Club 1,2,3,4, GAA 1,2,3, 4. WENDELL STOEFFLER Rampages 3,4, Varsity Club Secretary 4, Freshman Football 1, J.V. Football 2, Var¬ sity Football 3,4, Freshman Basketball 3,4, Baseball 3,4, Track 2. MARY TASSELL AFS 3, FHA 1,2,3,4, Y-Teens 4, Glee Clut 2, GAA 2,3,4, Concert Band 2. BRIAN TAYLOR Rampages 4, Track 3, Varsity Wrestling 1, 2 . DANIEL THOMAS Rampages 3, AFS 2, Co-op Club V. Pres¬ ident 4, Wrestling 1. SHERRY TOLMACS FHA 1,2, Y-Teens 3,4, GAA 1,2. STUART TORREY ROBERT UNDERWOOD Rampages 3,4, Freshman Basketball 1, I.V. Basketball 2, Varsity Basketball 3,4, Tennis 1,2,3,4. JANE VAN AVERY AFS 2, Commercial Club 2,3,4, Co-op Club 4, Glee Club 2, GAA 2,3. JUDITH VANDENBOSS Bible Club President 2. SANDRA VAN DYKE Yearbook Staff 4, AFS 2,3,4, French Club 126.96.36.199, Science Club 2,3,4, GAA 1,2, 3.4, Cadet Teacher 4. DONNA VAUGHN Yearbook Staff 4, French Club 1,2,3, Y- Teens 1,2, Library Club 3,4, Glee Club 2, 3,4, GAA 1,2,3,4. BARBARA VERWEY Yearbook Staff 4, AFS 2,3,4, French Club 1,2, Commercial Club 2,3,4, GAA 1,2, 3,4. ANN VINDEDAHL Student Council 3,4, Yearbook Staff 4, AFS 1,2,3,4, French Club 1,2,3,4, Varsity Cheerleader 2,3,4, J.V. Cheerleader 1, Homcoming Representative 1, Homecoming Queen 4, Class Secretary 1. LINDA WABER FHA 3,4, Glee Club 1,2,3, Treasurer 4, GAA 3,4. SUSAN WAGNER Rampages 4, AFS 1, Y-Teens 1, GAA 1,2. THOMAS WATSON Student Council Corresponding Secretary 4, Yearbook Staff 4, Chess Club 1, French Club 2,3,4, Concert Band 1,2,3, Freshman Football 1, J.V. Football 1, Dance Band 2,3, Honors Band 3. RUTH WAYBRANT Yearbook Staff 4, AFS 1,2,3,4, GAA 1, 2,.3,4, French Club 1,2,3,4, Science Club 2,3, Secretary 4, Cadet Teacher 4. RODNEY WEBSTER Freshman Football 1, J.V. Football 2, Varsity Football 3,4. CAROLYN WHITEHURST French Club 1. FHA 1,2,3,4, Commercial 2,3,4, Glee Club 1,3,4, Pep Band 1,2,3, 4, Concert Band 1,2,3,4. DOUGLAS WRIGHT Golf 2. SUE YOUNG French Club 1. ADMINISTRATION SCHOOL BOARD SHAPE Kenneth Ward, principal To the Class of 1969: Congratulations to each of you as you complete your high school career. This is an important time in your life, in that it marks the completion of one phase and the beginning of another. A person ' s success in life often hinges on what has happened in high school and what occurs in the first few years after graduation. We are now closing out one of the most turbulent decades in the history of America. Unrest, militancy, and outright violence have been on the increase as one year follows another. During the 1970 ' s the winds of change and turbulence will increase to gale force; it will take a person of exceptional stability and insight to withstand the pressure. As you face all of this, attempt to be a part of the solution of problems, rather than part of the p roblems of the 70 ' s. I feel the real challenge facing youth today is to develope a blueprint for the future. We need a plan to solve the problems, and devise the programs neces¬ sary for tomorrow ' s world. This is your opportunity to bring about a greater society and a better America for all of us. May God guide you at this time in your life and help you to be successful in meeting the challenges of tomorrow in a meaningful and effective manner. Sincerely, STANDING: James Beadle SEATED: Richard Van Vranken and administration SCHOOL POLICIES Charles Coggins, superintendent Robert Birkenmyer, Ralph Henson, Charles Menden¬ hall, Olive Brown, Eugene Stewart To the Seniors: This year, as seniors, you are having the time of your lives. Do you realize that, in a short time, you will refer to these times as the “good old days? It is my hope that the school and home have been able to teach you the responsibilities that you should have as a citizen in our society. Too many people today want to enjoy the results of other people ' s work and responsibility without doing anything themselves to build up our society and make it better. I hope that when you leave school you will be well prepared for what¬ ever endeavor you may follow. If you are, then your parents and the school have accomplished their purpose. Best wishes to all. Sincerely, Charles Coggins, Superintendent custodians Mr. Thompson, Mr. Sharp FACULTY WAYNE BERGER COUNSELING VERNON CRAMER 46 BUSINESS BEVERLY STOKES JEAN THOMAS 48 JAMES DAILY EDWARD FUSS HELENE STAGER SCIENCE AND MATH NORMAN ROSS VIRGINIA WINTER PHYSICAL EDUCATION AND ARTS 50 SANDRA GRABE DONALD RUSTER SOCIAL SCIENCE WESLEY BURRELL LIBRARY DAVID HANNA — JUNIORS L. Abbot C. Block R. Bullock V. Armstrong C. Barker J. Bennett D. Batey D. Birkemyer B. Boatright R. Boomershine J. Bozarth D. Brodie R. Brown M. Bussell J. Campbell P. Carpenter C. Champion B. Clemens AFTER ELEVEN YEARS HARD WORK - JUNIORS AT LAST! D. Coburn I. Cody C. Cook B. Coyer M. Cutler D. Daniel L. Dentier J. Dinzik M. Dorgan D. Elliott J. Fowler D. German P. Goostrey H. Gross D . Guthrie C. Haase M. Hale c. Herron 54 Z, Herron C. Hewitt G. Ingram J. Johnson J. Jones B. Kelly C. Kiracofe N. Knapper M. Lancaster D. Launius T. McConnell J. McDaniel T. McNett R. Marko J. Mason R. Maxson R. Mazur D. Meek President, Herb Gross; Advisor, Mrs. Ray; Vice President, Debbie Brodie; Secretary, Cathy VanVranken; Treasurer, Debby Whitman; Missing, Advisor - Mr. Daily. JUNIORS’ SPECIALITY - CHICKEN DINNER! 55 A. Mendenhall M. Mezo R. Mussulman S. Nichols T. Nichols M. Noora D. O ' Donnell J. Parks B. Priest A. Pringle D. Rediker B. Roberts M. Roe J. Roelof J. Roelof L. Rogers C. Rush more C. Simmons K. Simmons M. Skidmore B. Smith D. Smith C. Smith D. Soule B. Stoker G. Stringham B. VanAntwerp D. Vadenboss K. VanDyke C. VanVranken L. Wagar M. Warsop G. White D. Whitman R. Wolford J. Worst 56 SOPHOMORES STRIVE FOR HIGHER GOALS G. Adkins C. Armstrong P. Ashcraft J. Blake T. Block G • Blunt M. Bolton J. Boomershine Class Officers: K. English - Vice President; Mrs. Coggins - Sponsor; R. Stager, Secretary; G. Franz, President; S. Waber, Treasurer; Mr. Hanna, Sponsor. C. Chase M. Davidson F. Drobny J. Eppstein T. Cody D. Dentler R. Dunithan T. Flint R. Curry K. Dinzik V. Eldridge J. Fontaine P. Curtiss D. Dirkse K. English G. Franz S. Bowers C. Branham M. Branham C. Brown J• Burke B. Carpenter D. Castle M. Chapin 58 S. Gates J. Gentry S. Gray T. Guthrie L. Hapner K. Harley T. Harley D. Harry J. Hawken O. Herron P. Herron D. Hill M. Hinson G. Hollanbaugh T. Hogg S. Hunt R. Hutchins E. Jackson M. Johnson F. Keiser R. Kelly S. Knapper J. Knetsch J. Kuhn P. Lambert J. Leedle G. Lemmien R. Lindsay S. Little D. Longfield F. MacDonald D. Mann D. Mann D. Mann D. Marcelletti C. Marr L. Martin C. Maxson M. Maxson J. McConnell T. McConnell K. McDaniel S. McMichael S. Meadows K. Mezo A. -Mills E. Newton D. Nicholls B. Nitsch B. Noora D. O ' Leary D. Overkamp J. Parks S. Pearce 59 D. Simon K. Snook G. Sommerville R. Stager R. Storteboom R. Taft M. Tschupp B. Torrey Sophomores work on Shakespeare Pro¬ jects. B. Twichell M. Vaughan B. Vetter T. Von Eitzen S. Waber V. Walker Camera Shy: D. Baty J. Bouchard G. Harper C. King J. Knudsen V. Mitchell C. Vaughn FRESHMEN % B. Adkins C. Allen S. Ambs R. Armstrong T. Bastin J. Bennett L. Birkenmyer T. Blake S. Block G. Book B. Bowers T. Bozarth A NEW CLASS FITS INTO SCHOOL PATTERN LEFT TO RIGHT - Advisor, Mr. Hoard; Treas., Bob Adkins; Sec., Teresa Bo¬ zarth; V. Pres., Stan Cody; Advisor, Mrs. Grabe. MISSING; Pres., Sue Bur¬ ris. G. Brezokski J. Burks S. Burris D. Campbell C. Chapin J. Chapin C. Chapman s. Cody D. Cox S. Cross A. Curtiss M. Cutler R. Cutler D. Damato R. Daniels R. Dempsey m. Dorgan D. Duggan V. Dunithan M. Garrett C. English M. Gladysz B. Flint R. Gray M. French R. Haase C. Fry G. Harry J. Garrett J. Garrett S. Hill R. Hinson D. Hite D. Linhart L. Keast V. Liskovec S. Keiwiet D. Lockwood M. Lam beck J. Loveland D. Lane M. Majewski D. Launius J. Manning P. Lemon S. Marko R. Mattimoie D. McDaniel R. McGuire M. Miller P. Miner V. Moore D. Mulder R. Mulder S. Myers S. Neal E. Osterling K. Ostlund S. Overkamp M. Patterson 63 ject. P. Reynolds P. Roe L. Shepherd L. Shupp R. Roth L. Smith P. Rowden P. Smith B. Schieber N. Snyder V. Shafter B. Stauble K. Sheets C. Stoker D. Thoms D. Thomas G. Tolmacs R. Tupper J. Turrentien J. VanDeven M. VanderMolen S. Vaughn M. Vukovich B. Waber A. Watts D. Weld Camera Shy: J. Bouchard A. Smith T. Sootsman 64 ACTIVITIES Sponsored by the class of 69, the Junior-Senior Prom of 1968 was one of the best ever presented at Galesbuig-Augusta. The motif was taken from Greek mythology. Mu¬ sic was provided by the Library. a This year, the Fall play, " Cheaper by the Dozen " was presented by the Drama Club, under the direction of Mrs. Pant. Main char¬ acters were played by Dave Dirske, Mary Ann Hinson, Gretchen Sommerville, John Lindsay, and Martha Mezo. 6 The Drama Club: Mrs. Pant, sponsor; J. Boomer- shine, C. VanVranken, G. Sommerville, D. Dirkse, B. Carpenter, D. Birken- meyer, S. Overkamp, R. McGuire, C. Haase, C. Kiracofe, D. Zahn, L. Keist, K. VanDyke, E. Osterling, B. Twichell, M. Hinson, B. VanAntwerp, J. Roloef, C. Perez, C. Block, M. Castro, S. Mar- ko, D. Cox, M. Mezo, T. Block, M. Lancaster, J. Loveland 69 VARSITY CHEERLEADERS LEFT TO RIGHT - Chris MacDonald, Cathy Haase, Rhonda Musseiman, Kathy Eldridge, Connie Block, Anne Vindedahl, Mary Blake. Mrs. Stokes Sponsor JR. VARSITY CHEERLEADERS LEFT TO RIGHT - Terri Wheeler, Sue Meadows, Charlotte Armstrong, Tricia McConnell, Sherry Knapper. I ■L. . k Z. ft H $ £ £ 4 v « £ ORGANIZATIONS BAND AND CHORUS WORK TO IMPROVE THEIR PERFORMANCES Mr. Dundas, Student Teacher; Coralyn Hewitt, Pres.; Mrs. Smith, Advisor; Lola Hapner, Pianist. Mr. Ruster - Band Director FRONT ROW: Toni Bastin, Pat Lemon, Penny Barrett, Claudia Kiracofe, Sue Block, Jane Garrett, Linda Waber. 2nd ROW: Coralyn Hewitt, Yvonne Green, Barb Shepard, Robin Gray, Olivia Herron, Karen Reed, Teresa Harley, Lynne Kepler, Teresa Bozarth. 3rd ROW: Donna Vaughn, Becky Coyer, Lola Hapner, Brandy Twitchell, Carol Whitehurst, Sheryl Gates, Jackie Sootsman, Lma Jean Landers, Irene Cody. BACK ROW: Mrs. Smith, Advisor; Dianne Launius, Sue Garrett, Sandra Eberhard, Donnia Hutchins, Mr. Dundas, Student Teacher. 72 ROW 1: S. Marco, E. Pierce, S. Hunt, R. Gray, E. Osterling, C. Marr, J. Hawken, R. Stager, ROW 2: L. Abbott, J. Fowler, R. Storteboom, D. Mann, D. Mann, M. Davidson, M. Gladysz, A. Mendenhall, D. Marcelletti, C. Stoker, B. Shieber, G. Lemmien, L, Hapner. ROW 3: P. Curtiss, C. Frye, L. Birkemeyer, R. McGuire, D. Linhart, S. Myers, C. Kiracofe, C. Brown, D. Scott, D. Mann, M. French, D. Rediker, M. Cutler, D. Birkenmyer, M. VanderMolen, B, Carpenter, M.J. Phaneuf, T. Wheeler, D. Dirkse. ROW 4: BobNitsch, D. Castle, C. Whitehurst, A. Watts, S. Gates, J. Reese, C. Perez, Student Teacher, Mr. Dundas; Instructor, Mr. Ruster. I .EFT TO RIGHT: Gail Lemmien, Sec-Treas.; Ann Mendenhall, Vice-Pres.; Carol Whitehurst, Pres. COOPERATIVE EDUCATION Jane Van Avery Sue Loveland Bonnie Prescott Sharon Meadows Mrs. Edwards, TOP: Karen Pierman, Sherry Booth; BOTTOM: Brenda Branham. DISTRIBUTIVE CO-OPS Mrs. Thomas, Advisor; B. Peck, D. Scott, L. Bush, J. Abbott, J. Mor¬ rison, D. Thomas. 74 COMMERCIAL CLUB . “GIRL FRIDAYS " OF THE FUTURE Mrs. Edwards, Mrs. Stokes Advisors FIRST ROW: D. Mann, S. Knapper, C. Armstrong, M. Hinson, T. Wheeler, D. Mann. SECOND ROW: B. Stoker, T. Nichols, D. Guthrie, R. Musselman, M. Hale, J. Johnson, C. Barker, S. Meadows. THIRD ROW: L. Dentler, C. Simmons, B. Priest, M. Branham, B. Prescott, D. Batey, K. Mezo, L. Newton. FOURTH ROW: F. MacDonald, K. English, K. Reed, D. Longfield, S. Gates, C. Marr. STANDING LEFT TO RIGHT: B. Prescott, B. Gox, S. Seiting, B. Verwey, J. Smith. SITTING: L. Kepler, J. VanAvcry, H. Pierman, B. Branham. BACK ROW: C. Hewitt, C. Whitehurst, D. Hutchins, S. Loveland, S. Meadows, C. Smith. FRONT ROW: J. Fowler, J. Bozarth, L. Abbott, B. Coyer, C. Kiracofc. CHESS CLUB DEVELOPS STRATEGIC SKILLS LIBRARY CLUB FROM LEFT AROUND TABLE: Dennis Scott, Bob Nitsch, Steve McMichael, Rick Brown, Mr. Burrell - Advisor, Danny Castle, Kevin Snook, Mike Vaughn, Dale Hite, Larry Martin. SAYS “KNOWLEDGE IS POWER’’ STANDING FROM LEFT: Lynne Kepler, Danneasha Daniels, Sue Seiting, Jim Abbott, Karen Reed, Sandra Curtiss, John Lindsay, Holly Pierman, Charlotte Armstrong, Frances MacDonald, LouAnn Dentler, Carol Sim¬ mons, Marilyn Garrett, Donna Vaughn, Kathy Eldridge. SEATED: Mrs. Burrell, Advisor. 76 SCIENCE CLUB EXPLORES TODAY S WORLD LEFT TO RIGHT: R. Waybrant, C. Block, K. Eldridge, J. Lindsay, D. Shafer, D. Birkemeyer. Y-TEENS LEFT FROM FRONT: Vicki Dunithan, Vicki Liskovec, Nancy Knapper, Carol Frye, Tammy Nichols, Rhonda Musselman, Debbie Zahn, Sherry Bowers, Gretchen Sommerville, Ann Gorden, Cathy Stoker, Cindy Chapin, Toni Bastin, Pam Roe, Darlene Dillon, Debbie Damato, Beth Stoker, Diane Guthrie, Mary Tassell, Sherry Knapper. STANDING FROM LEFT: M. Dorgan, S. Van Dyke, M. Lan¬ caster, I. Mason, K. Keiser, M. Gladysz, J. Boomershine, M. Dorgan, J. Roelof. SITTING FROM LEFT: S. Haines, M. Men¬ denhall, Mr. Fliss, Advisor. 77 STUDENT COUNCIL FORMULATES NEW IDEAS FOR STUDENT ACTIVITIES STANDING: Jayne Maskill, Carl Chase, Barry Noora, Gary Franz, Vicki Dunithan. SITTING FROM LEFT: Cathy Haase, Karen English, Marge an Gladysz, Pam Roe, Ann Mendenhall, Anne Vindcdahl, Sue Haines, Debbie Brodie, Ann Gordon. FROM LEFT: Tom Watson, Corr. Sec.; Kathy Eldridge, Sec.; Julie Hawken, Treas. FROM LEFT: A1 Hocking, V. President; Joe Groh, Pres¬ ident; Mr. Court, Advisor. 78 RAMPAGES Bob Underwood, Wendell Stoeffler, Elmer Adkins, Mrs. Ray, Advisor; Kathy Carpenter, Debbie Brodie. STAFF PORTRAYS LIFE AT G-A FROM LEFT: Steve Barnhart, Mary Menden¬ hall, Martha Dorgan, Sue Wagner and Joanne Mason. LEFT SIDE FROM FRONT: Jayne Maskill, Cathy Haase, Rhonda Musselman. RIGHT FROM FRONT: Tammie Nichols, Kathy Van Dyke, Darleen Dillon. STANDING: Brian Taylor. 79 STANDING FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: R. Stager, J. Kuhn, S. Waber. K. Wilson, N. Snyder, P. Rowden, P. Lambert, E. Newton, and V. Walker. STANDING FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: D. Hutchins, D. McDaniel, S. Eberhard, C. Smith, B. Sherrill, L. Waber, M. Tassel. SEATED FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: P. Lambert, and C. Whitehurst. HOMEMAKERS BUILD FOR THE FUTURE Mae Warsop, Debbie Whitman, Mrs. King, Advisor. FNA WORKS FOR GOOD OF ALL MANKIND STANDING FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: S. Nichols, K. Simmons, R. Rogers, P. Lam¬ bert, L. Rogers, R. Stager, R. Storteboom. SITTING: D. Launius, S. Little, D. Daniels, Mrs. Stager, Advisor. 80 AFS " WALK TOGETHER TALK TOGETHER " M. Pratt, Mrs. Stager, Advisor; M. Castro, Foreign Exchange Student. FIRST ROW: D. Guthrie, K. MacDonald, S. Curtiss, M. Tassell, B. Verwey, M. Blake, K. Eldridge. SECOND ROW: M. Lancaster, B. Stoker, C. Haase, S. Wagner, R. Musselman, T. Nichols. THIRD ROW: M. Warsop, G. Sommerville, K. Van Dyke, J. Johnson, B. Van Antwerp, B. Vetter, M. Dorgan. BACK ROW: A. Vindedahl, M. Mendenhall, S. Haines, K. Keiser, M. Mezo, J. Maskill, J. Fontaine. GAA ATTRACTS MANY MEMBERS K. MacDonald, S. VanDyke, R. Waybrant. CONCESSIONAIRES PROVIDE THE SNACKS S. Bowers, S. Knapper, M. Dorgan, Mr. Fiest, Advisor; L. Waber, J. Garrett. 82 Mrs. Winter, Advisor; Suzanna Nichols, Treas.; Kathy Eldridge, Vice-Pres.; Jayne Maskill, Pres. FRONT ROW: R. Rogers, M. Castro, L. Rogers, T. McConnell, S. Meadows, M. Mendenhall, G. Peck- ham, M. Tassell. 2nd ROW: J. Sootsman, L. Waber, L. Kepler, T. Harley, Z. Herron, V. Shafer, J. Garrett, O. Herron. 3rd ROW: D. Daniels, N. Knapper, L. Abbott, C. Simmons, L. Hapner, S. Gates, S. Sieting, B. Verwey, B. Twitchell. 4th ROW: J. Hawken, T. Wheeler, D. Mann, C. Marr, M. Dorgan, D. Brodie, C. Block, J. Roelof, T. Nichols, R. Musselman. 5th ROW: K. Reed, M. Hinson, S. Knapper, S. Bowers, R. Stager, C. Arm¬ strong, G. Lemmien, S. Hunt, D. Guthrie, M. Hale. 6th ROW: S. Overkamp, T. Bozarth, V. Dunithan, D. Bennett, B. Flint, D. Cox, C. Perez, R. Mc¬ Guire, C. Kiracofe, B. VanAntwerp. 7th ROW: S. Haines, K. Keiser, M. Pratt, S. Burris, L. Smith, D. Reed, S. Myers, K. Wilson, K. VanDyke, J. Mason. 8th ROW: F. MacDonald, D. Whitman, M. Warsop, J. Johnson, M. Mezo, M. Blake, K. Mezo, J. Burks, V. Walker, D. Launius. FRENCH CLUB SEATED FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: R. Waybrant, J. Loveland, S. Haines, R. McGuire, E. Osterling, K. Eldridge, M. Gladysz, D. Cox, B. Flint. STANDING: M. Mezo. STANDING: M. Mendenhall, K. Mezo, J. Johnson, D. Whitman, T. Watson, J. Lindsay, Miss LaBelle, Advisor; A. Vindedahl. SEATED: R. Daniels, J. Boomershine, S. Van Dyke, M. Pratt, M. Blake, C. Haase. VARSITY CLUB STANDING: J. Curry, D. Adkins, G. Brady, C. German, M. Skidmore, R. Mazur, J. Groh, R. Webster, R. Dun- ithan, N. Knapper, C. Chase, W. Stoeffler, H. Gross, Mr. Maskill, Advisor. KNEELING: S. Overkamp, S. Gray, C. Maxson, S. Pierce. SEATED: V. Eldridge, D. Rediker, T. Hogg, B. Noora, S. Overkamp. 84 ATHLETICS Jeff Jones, Jim McConnell, Fred Keiser on side line. Good for five yards SOUTHWESTERN MICHIGAN 86 COACH FLISS TOP ROW LEFT TO RIGHT: Coach Maskill, Dave Colburn, Donn Kent, Larry Wager, Duane Vadenboss, Chris Champion, Norman Knapper, Ron Curry, Rodney Webster, Mr. Fliss, Mr. Forrester. MIDDLE ROW: lim Campbell, Mark Roe, Jack McDaniel, Ron Mazur, Randy Fowler, Joe Groh breaks through tacklers Marcy Noora being tackled. THE END OF THE RAINBOW The 1968 season rolled on - victory after victory. K.V. A. rivals and non-conference teamsialike bowed to the Rams. But the pot of gold was not at the end of the rainbow! On a wet, slippery field November 9, the St. Philips Tigers broke the G. A. winning streak of 26 games, and the State Championship slipped out of our hands. This tells the story. SCORES G.A. 25 G.A. 26 G.A. 47 G.A. 53 G.A. 27 G.A. 12 G.A. 12 G.A. 33 G.A. 13 Comstock 7 Fennville 0 G.R.E. Christian 0 Parchment 6 Mattawan 0 Bangor 7 Springfield 0 Delton 0 St. Philip 26 St. Philip stops Brady R. FOWLER W. STOEFFLER SENIOR PLAYERS Our football team has had the K.V. A. trophy for the last five years and the Southwestern area trophy for the past three years. The Rambler would like to com¬ mend Coach Maskill and the senior players for having brought these to our school. G. BRADY N. KNAPPER R. WEBSTER J. GROH 1st ROW; L. to R.: Robert Kelly, Tom Hogg, Tom Flint, Dan Overkamp, Vernon Eldridge, David Simon, Craig Maxson, Pat Pelton, Barry Noora. 2nd ROW; L. to R.: Rick Lindsay, Steve Pearce, Carl Chase, Mark Tschupp, Tom Guthrie, Mike Chapin, Tim VonEitzen, Ross Dunithan, Jim Blake, Jim McConnell. 3rd ROW; L. to R.: Mr. Cox, Dan Harry, Tim Wyman, Sanford Gray, Larry Martin Pat Herron, Gary Franz, Garrett Adkins, Mike Bolton, Dennis O’Leary, Ross Livingston. G-A’s invincible JV’s again rolled on to an undefeated season. The " Little Rams” nightmarishly smashed the one dream of its ri¬ vals: BEAT G-A! ! ! FOOTBALL MANAGERS: Fred Reiser, M. J. Phaneuf, Mike Skidmore, Gary Tolmacs, Dan Meek. TOP ROW; L. to R.: Mr. Morgan, Mike Garrett, Jim Reese, Bob Hinson, Randy Roth, Stan Cody, Charles Brown, Mike Miller, Mr. Craven. MIDDLE ROW; L. to R.: Gene Harry, Alan Curtis, John Manning, Terry Sootsman, Dan Thomas, Jeff Garrett, John Ranes, Todd Blake. FRONT ROW; L. to R.: Lon Shupp, Sam Neil, Mark Johnson, Charles Chapman, Scott Hill, Mike Cutler, Rob Haase, and Kevin Ostlund. 91 BACK FROM LEFT: Jeff Jones, Gwen Brady, Bill Roberts, Dave Rediker, Paul Shupp, Bob Underwood, Wendell Stoeffler. FRONT FROM LEFT: Carl German, Randy Fowler, Del- mar Adkins, Norman Knapper, Bill Smith. VARSITY BASKETBALL COACH VERN CRAMER A few words on strategy SENIOR BASKETBALL PLAYERS DELMAR ADKINS 5 11 Guard NORMAN KNAPPER 5’8 Guard GWEN BRADY 6 0 Forward WENDELL STOEFFLER 5’10 Guard 93 BUILDS SKILLS The 1968-69 season was a rebuilding year for the G-A Rams, playing under Coach Vern Cramer for their second year. The Rams, lacking in experience and height, gave their all throughout each and every game. There were five seniors on the team: Gwen Brady, forward; Wen¬ dell Stoeffler, guard; Bob Under¬ wood, forward; Delmar Adkins, guard; and Norm Knapper, guard. Junior players were Bill Roberts, Bill Smith, Jeff Jones, David Redi- ker, David Coburn, and Carl Ger¬ man. A great deal of experience was gained during the season, and the team looks forward eagerly to next year. 95 LEFT BACK TO FRONT: Jon Eppstein, Larry Martin, Dan Harry, Mark Tschupp, Carl Chase, Mark Maxson, Graig Maxson. RIGHT BACK TO FRONT: Tom Block, Steve Pearce, Tom Guthrie, Jim Blake, Mike Chapin, Tim Von Eitzen, COACH MASKILL Larry jumps high FIRST ROW: Bob Haase, Bob Adkins, Dave Campbell, Jim Chapin, Tom Cox. SECOND ROW: Jim Reese, Alan Curtiss, Gene Harry, Stan Cody, Tod Blake, John Manning. THIRD ROW: Gary Tolmacs, Mike Garrett, Randy Roth, Albert Watts, Dave Collins, Coach Morgan. 96 WRESTLING Barry Noora, Kevin Ostland. . OHN LINDSAY TENNIS TEAM TAKES SECOND IN STATE It was a typical campaign for Coach Van Zandt ' s tennis squad which finished first in regionals and second in state. The tennis squad has been second in the state for the past three years and first in the state in ' 65, ’63, and ’62. They have been regional champions for the past 7 years and KVA for the past 18 years. In the 16-school Dowagiac Invitational, Galesburg-Augusta took first and second places. BACK ROW: Coach Van Zandt, John Lindsay, Jack Hogg, Bob Underwood, Carl German, Tom Wilson. FRONT ROW: Carl Chase, Rick Lindsay, Tom Hogg, Mark Maxson, Jon Eppstein. Jack Hogg, Coach Van Zandt, Tom Wilson, Rick Lindsay, Bob Underwood, Carl German. 99 TRACK FIRST ROW LEFT TO RIGHT: Duane Dentler, Steve Overkamp, Ron Block, Mike Carpenter, Tom Dieterman, Frank Cox, Eugene Guyberson, Gary Youngs, Kevin Morgan. 2nd ROW: Duane Vandenboss, Jim Blake, Jerry Clark, Mike Chapin, Ron Curry, Ron Mazur, Mark Tschupp, Ken Hunter, Dan Over¬ kamp, Bill Roberts. TOP ROW: Coach Maskill, Larry Burris, Norman Knapper, Dave Jones, Craig Maxson, Ross D uni than, Pat Herron, Larry Martin, Kerry Conklin, JackOsmun. TRACK - GREY SWEATSUITS and black cinders A PILE OF FOAM, BLISTERED FEET, AND LONG HARD PRACTICES I wonder if Jim Ryan started this way? Chalk up another Win, Ron. Let go of the stick, so I can go! TOP ROW: Coach Forrester, Herb Gross, Steve Pearce, Dan Harry. BOTTOM ROW: Tom Block. Ted Mc- Nett, Fred Kciser. 101 BASEBALL BACK ROW: Sanford Gray, Dave Rediker, Vern Eldridge, Jim McConnell, John McConnell, Gene Guyberson, Tom Guthrie. MIDDLE ROW: A1 Hocking, Mgr., Randy Fowler, Jeff Jones, Gary String- ham, Norm Knapper, Jim Greene. FRONT ROW: Coach McGinnis, Dave Elliott, Allan Mills, Dave Stringham, Wendell Stoeffler. 102 ADVERTISERS KALAMAZOO INN 200 N. Park St. Kalamazoo, Michigan 349-9733 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 OVIATT’S PHARMACY AND GALESBURG CLINIC PHARMACY Drugs With a Reputation " Where You Are Welcome " Ph. MO 5-4201 Galesburg, Michigan " Your Family Drugstore " Compliments of Compliments of BURGESS SEED AND PLANT CO. 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