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

 - Class of 1977

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RAMBLER 77 1UB 1977 RAMBLER, galecbur au jqia ca-fooL EALECBUR , uicn. TODAY . . . WE STAND AS CITIZENS IN A CONFUSING WORLD OF AFFLUENCE AND POVERTY, CONCERN AND APATHY, WAR AND DREAMS OF PEACE. WE SING OUR SONGS AND LIVE OUR LIVES AND WE STAND READY TO SHAPE THE SOCIETY WE WILL RULE. TODAY . . . OURS IS A SOCIETY HELD IN ESTEEM BY MANY AND IN CONTEMPT BY FEW. THE ANNALS OF HISTORY ARE FILLED WITH OUR ACCOMPLISHMENTS AND ARE TAINTED BY OUR MISTAKES. WE ARE FAST APPROACHING THE TIME WHEN WE WILL HOLD THE PEN THAT WRITES THE HISTORY OUR CHILDREN WILL STUDY. TODAY . . . LET US REMEMBER THE EXCITEMENT OF A UNITED SPIRIT, THE CHALLENGE OF KNOWLEDGE, THE WARMTH OF A SMILE, AND THE ENDLESS MARCH OF TIME ITSELF. LET US REMEMBER WHAT WE HAVE LEARNED AND LET US LEARN FROM WHAT WE REMEMBER. THE CLASS OF 1977 FALL Yea boob€ta$ Cenfrts OiOSS Counhy QVih Tenuis QvJU BasketbcM FooibaM Ffomecoming Aancbing Band WINTER . . G 7 ‘ BasketbaM f-fomecotning U testding Adnunistiaiicn OndFktCuUy Chgauigaitons UndertAassmen ju) CPRJN BasebaM QofjtboB Tiach Tennis Pday PiO n Academic Auxvtds ( wduatiOn Ads RAMBLBfZClAFF 1977 L to R: Sylvia Byers, Tammy Scott, Dawn Sutton, Mary Bozarth, Judy Shanahan, Ellen Harry, Sue Roe, Dan Simon. Mr. Havey, Advisor Mary Bozarth Sylvia Byers 6 Kim DeHaan Michelle Brigance Donna Baxter 4 Michelle Schwartz Debbie Cox i John Klaiss r . ' 4 A w Mary McCollum Judy Shanahan Keri Knetsch 7 Liz Haycook 4 JHHI Judi Case Carla DeGoede Mike Johnson Ted Homan Sue Wagar 9 OAQQ OFFfCE C — 977 Linda Champion President . . . Nova, intelli¬ gent, pretty eyes Cheri Rose Paus V. President . . . Homecoming Queen, Absent-minded, popular ■F a 4.MBA mm M a Denise Upson Secretary . , . " Moo,” floats, sweet Cathy Ann Groat Treasurer . . . ' Katie Did, " friendly . . . tiny 10 4 5 «J Mark Eric Allan Baseball . . . easygoing. Karen A. Balmer " Johnny Bench, " Musical Lorrie Sue Armstrong Candy Striper, F.H.A. Donna K. Baxter Smiley . . . cadet, girls bas¬ ketball ► XL- Leroy Belland Wiggley eyes . . . science fic¬ tion freak Benjie Belt " Weed hopper, " Lanky, " fun buggy " Suann Book Quiet . . . artistic Pam Bross Roger, Wedding bells . . . cadet Mary Bozarth " Bozo " . . . football freak, endless wardrobe Sylvia Byers Short and Sassy, " Can we have a ride? " , " All American Girl " t % Michelle L. Brigance Co-op, night owl, accident prone Brenda Louise Campbell Out-spoken, Mathesons Curt Case " Tom, " injury of the week, Weight-Watcher Ken Coburn " John Deere, " traffic court V.W. imitation t Judith Dawn Case " The Pro, " expressive, " Five Pin " Debbie Cox Pretty eyes, cheerleading, Dutchman, El’s pal Marty Davidson Guitar, actor, friendly 13 Carla Lynn DeGoede Upjohn Co-op, nice clothes Kimberli Rae DeHaan Screamin Ram fan, joyful laugh M Kirby Lee Dopp Burn-out, intelligent, out-spo¬ ken Teri Dunithan Cheerleading, athletic, quiet Lori Ann Depue Absent, sweet, safe driver . . . Raymond D. Duryea Free Wheeler, sense of humor Matthew M. Emmerson High Wheeler, ’’Marathon Man, ” head-on James Timothy Garret Grrr . . . outgoing, girl-chaser, football lover Ginger S. Evarts Band, freckles, " Gin, " " Red " Elaine Francis Golden Choir, F.H.A., Cadet Helen Golden Shy . . . quiet Dana A. Gray Band, Co-op, friendly Mitch Gregg Cadet . . . hunter 16 Carlo Carol Haase Tiny, cheerful, cute Elizabeth Haycock " Black Amber Trio, " out¬ going Ted Homan Homecoming King, foxy, foot¬ ball center 55 Jay Judson " Jay Cool, " speed demon Ron Howe " Raggie, " D P Gas Daniel John Kasson TALL, dark and handsome, quiet, Tennis pro Michael Darvey Johnson " Dusty, " student council Pres., absent-minded Brian John Kelly Cars, " My brother Rob . . golfer John Klaiss V.W., " Spirits, " " Hey sugar " JonC. Korn Brain, " Good Morning G.A., " talker Kane Knuth " High Times, " " Freshman 18 girls " Roger La Course Custodian, manager, " Toad " Dave Lawther Artistic, party down, striped bibs Kim Ellen Liskovec " Twiggy, " cheerleader, " Ral- phie Roe, " " Hey Kool-aid " Mary Catherine Lewis " Louie, " boy crazy, actress, out-going Mike Longfield Dongfield, " Big Red, " Famous Recipe Ron McFeters Choir, Arlend ' s buddy Jeff McVicker Magician, golf, broadcasting Rick Manwarren Football, litterbug, sharp Elizabeth Marie Mezo " Cheezo, " Jerry . . . pretty, 20 understanding Ed Moreland Coach ' s boy, penetrating eyes . . . Foxy, farmer Pamela Jo Murray Sweet, quiet, Journalist 6 Sue Norman Nice, beautician, soft-spoken Penny S. Mussulman Richland Plastics, cute, clothes Rodney Pharr " Mythology Whiz,’ nice guy, Sue’s Cuz 21 Lori Rayman Quiet, friendly, art work, ’’Still waters run deep” 22 Stacey Rutherford ’’Gladsz,” horses, flags Sue Salters Tennis champ . . . energetic, witty Russ Schug Coaches boy, nice guy, good worker . . . fluent in French Michelle D. Schwartz Short-shorts, shy, platforms Peggy Sue Scott " Salad girl, " " Walking radio, " rambunctious Judy Sue Shanahan " Freckles, " " Chatterbox, " out¬ going 23 Dan J. Simon Yearbook, Wrestler . . . deter¬ mined Scott Stewart " Free Wheelin ' Franklin, " Absent . . . Hitchhiker Jeff Sutherland Cars, Yamaha, friendly Dawn Michele Sutton Rambler Staff, ’’Bubba,” out¬ going . . . ”It just seems like the thing to do” PHOTO NOT AVAILABLE Les Vickers ’’Snickers,” Harley Davidson, auto mechanics Jon Tullock Hood, ’’Jams” . . . midnight rider B.W., ’’caught again,” friendly . . . funny Marian Watts Choir, short, silence is deceiv¬ ing Dan White Photography, ”ham” . . . 26 Danny Cheryl Wellington ’’Giggles,” legal secretary, flag girl Mark E. Wolbers Pierced ear, walking dictionary, bank Judith G. Wright Horses . . . French club . . . 4 -H Elisa Mie Yamauchi Donna ' s sist er, " I don’t under¬ stand” . . . " Volleyball” Class Motto: " The past is a building block for the future. " Class Colors: Yellow and White Class Flower: Yellow rose Class Advisors: Mrs. VanDeLaare, Mrs. Stokes, Mr. Hanna, Mr. Wilcox 27 Dawn Sutton Stacy Rutherford Pam Murray Dan Simon Ed Moreland 29 Team Statistics 9 Hole Averages Brian Kelly - 43.29 Rod Howard - 47.30 Todd Livingston - 52.15 Chuck Beatty - 53.64 Carl Baker - 54.00 New School Record Brian Kelly shot a 38 at Gull Lake View Golf Club. Team Todd Livingston Jeff McVicker Rod Howard Coach Berger Brian Kelly Chuck Beatty Carl Baker 30 Matt Emmerson, Jeff Maxson, Dan Kasson, Rod Howard, Dwayne McIntosh, Mike Forrester KVA standings 7th Matt Emmerson 8 th Rod Howard 39th Mike Forrester 40th Dwayne McIntosh Cross Country Seniors Class f, C ,f Regional Stats 26th Matt Emmerson 16:24 27th Rod Howard 16:27 114th Mike Forrester 18:42 120th Dwayne McIntosh 18:56 136th Jeff Maxson 20:42 Matt Emmerson Dan Kasson OJ KJ Girls Tennis - 1976 From Left to Right: Lori Van Pelt, Deirdee Schultz, Monika Siller, Lark Carpenter, Linda Noud, Bridget Lahti, Julie Hoffman, Marcia Fouts, Tai Schultz, Robin Noud. GRADUATING SENIORS Names, L to R: Sue Salters, Monika Siller, Tai Schultz; Coach: Sandy Smiddy. Robin Noud KVA Singles Champ, 1st division Sue Salters KVA Singles Champ, 4th division 33 976 RLS WROlY BAQKEtmJ- 76 L to R: Manager A. Noud, S. Walters, D. Baxter, L. Shannon, D. Cox, L. Noud, R. Noud, V. Wortinger, T. Dunithan, Coach McNees. c £ M t O £ A L L !C V A 34 Linda Noud L to R, Back Row: Manager A. Noud, S. Roe, A. Fry, P. Morrison, K. DeHaan, M. Lewis, D. Sutton, Coach McNees. Front: K. Fry, K. Sut¬ ton, A. Wortinger. 1976 FOOTBALL STATISTICS " THE RAMS ARE BACK! " TACKLES Tim Walters 113 Ed Moreland 105 Dave Williams 76 Jamie Garrett 75 Steve Beadle 64 Rick Manwarren 63 Wes DeCuypere 52 Marty Born 41 Roger Terryn 35 Ted Homan 38 Bob Wakefield 33 Paul Arrick 20 Jim Brown 13 Dan Simon 11 Brad Warsop 11 Todd Homan 10 Jim Kent 10 Curt Case 10 Ken Roberts 8 Tom Smith 6 Tom Moleski 6 Bob Warren 4 Randy Manwarren 4 Bob LaCourse 3 John Chapin 1 SCORING TDS PATS PTS Tim Walters 14 4 92 Ed Moreland 7 5 52 Jamie Garrett 7 0 42 Rick Manwarren 5 2 34 Roger Terryn 2 1 14 Bob Wakefield 1 3. 12 Dave Williams 1 0 6 Jim Kent 1 0 6 Todd Loveland 1 0 6 Wes DeCuypere 0 0 1 INDIVIDUAL TOTALS AND AVERAGES RUSHING ATTEMPTS YARDS AVERAGE Tim Walters 166 1131 6.8 Ed Moreland 93 495 5.3 Jamie Garrett 84 318 3.8 Jim Kent 6 95 15.8 Wes DeCuypere 21 64 3.1 Roger Terryn 13 54 4.2 Dave Williams 1 7 7.0 Rick Manwarren 1 6 6.0 Todd Loveland 1 3 -3.0 Tom Smith 177 -25 -1.5 Kevin Standley 16 -56 -3.5 RECEIVING RECEPTIONS YARDS AV Rick Manwarren 15 411 27.4 Tim Walters 10 149 14.9 Bob Wakefield 11 120 11.5 Ed Moreland 5 59 11.8 Jamie Garrett 4 62 15.5 Marty Born 1 42 42.0 Roger Terryn 1 4 4.0 Wes DeCuypere 1 2 2.0 RETURNERS RETURNS AVERAGE Ed Moreland 16 15.4 Tim Walters 14 15.4 Dave Williams 6 21.8 Rick Manwarren 4 16.0 Roger Terryn 6 8.2 Todd Loveland 1 35.0 Bob Wakefield 1 25.0 Jamie Garrett 3 3.7 PUNTERS PUNTS YARD AVERAGE Tim Walters 19 31.6 Ed Moreland 2 14.5 KICKERS KICKS AVERAGE Wes DeCuypere 46 46.8 Ted Homan 3 44.0 PASSING COMPLETED TD THROWN Kevin Standley 28 6 61 Tom Smith 19 3 39 Rick Manwarren 0 0 1 Ed Moreland 1 1 1 36 GRIDIRON ROWUY 1976 Homecoming King and Queen TED and CHERI Honorary Queen Monika Siller 40 and Escort Ed Moreland Honorary Queen Elisa Yamauchi and Escort Rick Manwarren ' 77 Prince and Princess Mike and Deb UOM OOM1N COURT ' 78 Prince and Princess Tom and Sarah ' 79 Prince and Princess Roger and Linda ' 80 Prince and Princess Jeff and Joan Galesburg-A ugusiu s C 0) e ■c Claim MATTAWAN - Gale ' bu Augusta scored 20 points second half to score a cc J behind victory over Matt claim the football champ the Kalamazoo Valley Assc Mattawan held a 7-0 lesj end of the first half, but the! were blanked in the final tkj the G-A Rams bi V tide ' C V „v before Manwarren latched onto it. G-A was driving rlinchmo Zat:, Penalties An rwn 15. The Wil ije game out. Ys Tim Wa 1 w . good thing there isn’t a penalty box in f would be forced to play an eight-man ve Crown and raced 30 yards to ichdown. He later int r pass to kill all Mi addition to his ti was in on 17 tack r or 73 yards, while G cker, was credited w [•TKearcher of Mattawan in on 18 tackles and teammate M That’s All " 5 0 ■f V e r h v ' jpy. “its s .11 e e s s-g v »s5?Sf?5li o ' N V V two games. Coach Bill Maskill’s i ■marched off against them by. _ n N 51 O 5 oioEar filpr »r • r . „+ ( .. “One I due tol going to get beat.| , or two penalties.’’ Touchdowns called backj tying Hartford for th€| 3 r - per. covering 29® quarterf leg injunl ojiV 7 J Galesburg-A ugusta t rz ' ns Playoff Bj rth " 4 .lesburg- Ah " aramati ’play, c despite Rick Manwarren in a 26-yard passjj ley for a. : ruf Yhe victa Springs (co points produce 1 assures Coa unbeaten G-A te the Class C playo semifinal games n q iJt Going into the f didn’t appear playoff-bound, h rSpnnp 33 an by S L to - d i 5. 2 .«h ,y s , t t « mg y f °ou LA titf ee M Sl4 - %. o. , weren’t thro ley marched to ; seven before l ;3wns and at game’ ung at the toucht e one arrett was G-A’s let 79 yards in 16 cai 32-yard burst up ig the winning d was seven of 14 ds, 113 of it to atches. • s hampere fy ‘ alters at -rating r,A A 4 4 V Jg ( w%Y i “ V4 $ ' S •- 4 4s, « a » ' ,£ V ' »°lv .8 - ° V iv cO _ 46 . S piCo ' r W 5”;;5 r xy % r c ty ' g • o $ 4- 2 Sj - 2 .H -2 4 . « «? £ ? « 88.. y a = L rf”s3j8i « s ' v Si-is 3 " g = 1 o § «•§ 7 - • - GKJDt ON G AZWfeC Kevin Standley, Cun Case, Ed Moreland, Jamie Garrett, Rick Manwarren, Brad Warsop. Front Row: Ted Homan, Dan Simon, David Williams, Ken Coburn. Ed Moreland C o c A P T A I N C Jamie Garrett 44 977JUMO VAR TY Coach Cox, Matt Dopp, Bob Kirk, Dennis Larimer, John Pettigrew, Brian Scott, John Evarts. Second Row: David Hopkins, Brad Rutherford, Tim Barrett, Dan Moreland, Randy Coburn, Scott Forster, Coach Patterson. Front Row: Coach Hughes, Bob Smith, Scott LaChance, Rex Nowakowski, Mike Schug, Scott Forrester. Captains John Evarts Brian Scott Scott Forster FROQN 1977 FOOTBALL Coach Sullivan, Sky Vandalson, Paul Craigmyle, Bill Iere, Todd Wortinger, Gregg Grubb, Mark Crittenden, Coach Morgan. Second Row: Richard Harvey, David Livingston, Rick Jones, Mike Jenson, Bill Eckley, Guy Dunithan, Gene Mezo. Front Row: Dan Brewer, Tim Lewman, Brian McIntosh, Tim Moorlag, Jake Wortinger, Todd Emmons, Don Haist. 1977 fiA£RCUtN WNDHIGUUGHlS i w 1 OJ I ■ yf ' j " iTWii ■ NAME NO. FGM AVERAGE Tom Smith 11 15 32 % Scott LaChance 13 0 0 Jim Carlson 15 0 0 Dan Daniels 21 47 32 % Todd Loveland 23 7 33 % Kevin Standley 25 101 35 % Tod Homan 31 0 0 Doug O ' Donnell 33 2 33 % Bill Striebel 35 1 00 % Chuck Paus 41 0 0 Jim Stephens 43 1 33 % Rod Howard 45 46 35 % Marty Born 51 27 31 % Dan Kasson 53 55 42 % Ted Homan 55 101 32 % Rick Manwarren 5 23 % G-A Totals 408 34 % Opponents Totals 7 Wins and 14 Losses 460 31 % Coaches: Alex Forrester Tom Smith FTM AVERAGE POINTS REBOUNDS 6 15 % 36 9 2 40 % 2 1 0 0 0 0 18 44 % 112 46 13 62 % 27 18 46 53 % 248 157 2 50 % 2 1 2 61 % 6 3 0 0 2 0 1 50 % 1 1 0 0 2 2 53 53 % 145 141 18 45 % 72 93 30 59 % 140 144 51 64 % 253 140 5 33 % 15 16 247 51 % 1063 772 293 53 % 1213 — FGM: Field Goals Made FTM: Free Throws Made VAROlYBOCKEmLL — 977 L to R: D. O’Donnell, T. Homan, K. Standley, D. Kasson, J. Stephens, R. Howard, M. Bom, T. Homan, T. Loveland, R. Manwarren. L to R, Front: C. Metzger, S. LaChance, C. Paus, B. Striebel, T. Smith, J. Carlson, Coach Forrester. 1977 Varsity Captains Kevin Standley and Ted Homan 54 JUNIOR VARCtTYmCk BALL — 977 Back Row, LtoR: S. Cody, P. Arrick, D. Losure, M. Dopp, D. Adams, J. Evans, Coach Redaud. Front Row, L to R: D. VanDeLaare, M. Schug, S. Forster, B. Smith, S. Forrester. F£££UtfAN BAOCEBOLL — 1977 Back Row, L to R: H. Haycook, D. Livingston. S. Lewis, C. Beatty, P. Craigmyle, M. Crittenden, A. Sam¬ son, D. Haist. Front row, L to R: Manager B. Eckley, G. Dunithan, M. Forrester. T. Lewman, R. Jones, Coach Mike Pasche. 61 DUAL RECORD FOR 1976-1977 Won 8 - Lost 7 G-A G-A G-A G-A G-A G-A G-A G-A G-A G-A G-A G-A G-A o-A G-A Pennfield White Pigeon 19 35 36 Constantine 41 Parchment 31 Delton 37 Bronson 24 Niles B.W. Otsego 33 Comstock 24 Coldwater Jfc ‘ 24 Gull 38 Ionia 39 . Lakewo 18 Harper 38 Springfield Over an 11 year period, Galesburg-Augusta Wies tiers lost 35, and tied I. INDIVIDUAL DUAL RECORDS 43 32 29 26 32 31 43 33 27 39 36 33 35 46 24 W L T J. Wortinger 25 12 1 TEAM TOURNAMENT RESULTS B. McIntosh 19 12 D. McIntosh 33 9 G-A 7th M. Walden 25 6 Shelby 7th R. Manwarren 5 1 1 Springfield 3rd K. Coburn 10 12 Hackett 4th T. Athertorr® 5 15 K.V.A. 1st D. Spencer w o l 5 D. Larimer 10 18 1 BANQUET AWARDS R. Terryn 9 19 Most Takedowns - M. Walden - 25 B. Kirk 8 If Most Pins - D. McIntosh - 17 B. Warsop 5 I 6 Most Improved - J. Wortinger S. Beadle 21 I 1 Most Valuable - D. ■clntosh T. Wortinger 3 I 18 Coaches A ard - D, Simon J. Kent 5 1 7 R. Coburn o 11 D. Simon 19 10 VAR tlVWRBSlUNG Coach Cox, Todd Atherton, Bob Kirk, Dennis Larimer, Roger Terryn, Brad Warsop, Steve Beadle, Todd Wortinger, Coach Geishart. Front Row: Coach Westfall, Jake Wortinger, Brian McIntosh, Jim Kent, Ken Coburn, Randy Manwarren, Dan Simon, Randy Coburn. Graduating Seniors Ken Coburn Dan Simon Brad Warsop 1 976 77 BotJiMQ TetuxS L to R: Karen Balmer, Stacey Rutherford, Judi Case, Ginger Evarts. 66 4 - 15 , t RHW5 67 p A S H D R SOCIAL STUDIES H N K N E N E A A U D H L U HOME EC. and ART N S G T T O N B O H O K O M M R A E INDUSTRIAL ARTS LSD s L K H E A i R N E MUSIC T A C BENSTEIN F O V R A R BUSINESS DEPT. T D S O E T KL E E A R S A R E W c A O I B R U U O O R ENGLISH DEPT. R I A G N V E G E N Y S W M PHYSICAL ED. N S T K E I R L L D MATH I I L C Y K S W H SCIENCE L A C V O Y X S M T LIBRARY D Y D L Y O R B L F SPECIAL ED O K I WES E M T L A L N R A R x I H SCHOOL EMPLOYEES K A M C N P O W S T AO T TERR YN R E N B COUNSELORS R R A G M E E R R 68 L A D £ P N A A T U A £ T C W £ V T Mr. Domonic Court Mrs. Nancy Boling Miss Becky Waroe Mr. Bruce Juergens BUSINESS DEPARTMENT Mrs. Evelyn VanDeLaare QEECM- EDUOmON DIRECTOR Mr. William Feist GCUOOLADJUOMZNTPRjOGRAM Miss Lynn Powell Miss Pat Blakeman PfAQICAL EDUCATION W.M.U. W.M.U. Miss Alicia McNees Mr. Pat Smith 75 m O A £ T Mr. Phillip Hurst Mrs. Nancy Longton Mrs. Rarick Teresa Terryn OFfJCBSlOFF Mr. Thompson Maintenance Department Munch Manager Mrs. Manwarren QCUOOLE UPUyfeEQ 78 Mr. Hoving - Student Teacher 79 K, Adkins G. Atwood S. Barnhart N. Bell H. Bigelow S. Bishop G. Bogema R. M. Born S. Boyd J. Brown J. Carlson J. Chapin Boomershine M.Degenkolb B. Duflo S. Duryea D. Eldridge L. Emery A. Fry D. Garrett B. Gettys C. Gorsline L. Haase N. Hale S.Haverkamp J. Hemenway G. Henson L. Hill R. Hinson D. M. Hite J. Hoffman N. T. Homan Hirleman Holdstock D. Hoyt D. Hubbard P. Ingram J. Jones P. Kalmer J. Kent E. Knight T. Losure M. Metzger S. Minne T. Moleski L. Neeley A. Noud R. Noud T. Nuyen B. Osterling R. Parks C. Paus J. Peckham C. Sharp K. Sheets D. Shirley Skidmore B D - S ™ 1 1 J Smith N. Smith T. Smith J. Stephens B. Striebel A. Sutton B. Taylor D. Teske V. Tiller N. Turner T. VanKerson S. VanLuke B. Wakefield T. Walters B. Warren J. Warren L. Wedel D. Weld R. Wilson T r Worunger President S. Walters V. President T. Wedig CLACCOF 1979 Secretary J. Hoffman Treasurer T. Livingston D. Adams A. Ann C. Alday P. Arrick J. Atwood C. Baker T. Barrett J. Carpenter J. Chapin R. Coburn S. Cody K. Cook S. Cox T. Coffee J. Eckley L. Elliott J. Evarts D. Finkey D. Fish M. Fonken S. Forrester 84 S. Forster K. Fry D. Garrett D. Garrett N. Gates M. Godde N. Haase C. Hamlin M. Harry K. Hewitt L. Hinson D. Hopkins R. Howard B. Hughes D. Larimer J. Laurr D. Losure K. Maxson D. McIntosh More j an d M - Murra Y 85 S. Rose Rutherford Rul e g e R - Ryder M. Schug D. Schultz J. Schultz B. Scott B. Smith M. Smits K. Standley Stapleton K. Sutton R. Terryn L. Thomas N. Turner vanDeLaare VanLo ° C. White D. White E. Wiese J. Wills C. Wilson ‘ , Yovanovich 86 President D. Champion V. President M. Forrester OACQ OF 1980 P. Allen J. Ambs T. Atherton Au k erman „ S. Balmer Secretary L. Carnes Treasurer K. Elliott J. Belland M. Bowers T. Bowers T. Branham I. Brant C. Bresson D. Brewer L. Englehart W. Eckley T. Emmons D. Fish M. Fouts D. Glenn A. Gorsline C. Graff G. Gregg G. Grubb D. Haist K. Haist S. Hamlin E. Hanna 87 R. Harvey H. Haycook D. Hess M. Hester J. Hilton S. Hirleman M. Hite Jankowski R ‘ Jefferson Jenson V. Johnson R. Jones J. Kalmer J. King K. Knoblock • Knetsch K. Knuth D. Lantis S. Lawther K. LeRoy T. Lewman T. Lukins J. Maxson J. Merriam McFeters B. McIntosh T. Metzger G. Mezo Middleton s - Minne G. Mohney P. Moleski T. Morrlag P. Morrison R. Nelson T. Nelson C. Nowakowski K. Offer K. Oliver S. O’Rourke 88 B. Parks M. Roomsburg Saddler T. Schuyler L. Schwartz V. Scott K. Seiting J. Smith K. Smith J. Smith M. Smith T. Smith K. Smits C. Snook D. Spencer E. Srackangast T. Stephens C. Stoker J. Stump S. Summers Suthe ; iand SCRAMBLED LEGS " Think we ll have a hard practice tomor¬ row? " The thrill of Victory Joan at her best. " Can ' t we do anything Secretly? " " I think I’ll Pass " " What’s Number 7? " G-A Masquerade " Everybody wants to get in the yearbook!!! WAIT til I load the Camera!! 100 " SEXY REXY” 0 CRAFPELEnEC T U 0 £ A fna £ U 0 T CO-OP £ A H M E T £ £ B C O U RAMPART n A J C T D ' L CHOIR F M L CHEERLEADERC COMMERCIAL CLUB i a B D R E FW T RC Y 104 C4D S 1st Row: L to R: Jeff McVicker, Mike Johnson, Stacey Rutherford. Ray Duryea, Kim DeHaan, Lori Armstrong. 2nd Row: Dan Daniels. Deb Cox, Carla DeGoede, Diane VanSickler, Brenda Kiracofe, Sue Marshall, Judi Case. 3rd Row: Ed Moreland, Doug O ' Donnell, Donna Baxter, Bonnie Rarick, Sue Roe, Curt Case, Peggy Scott, Teri Dunithan, Judy Shanahan, Tammy Scott. 4th Row: Kirby Dopp, Ted Homan, Pam Bross, Linda Champion, Mark Allen, Liz Haycook, Cheri Paus, Micki Schwartz, Dan Simon, Sue Salters, Lori DePue, Bill Drake. 1976-77 CO-OPG 1st Row: L to R: Mary Bozarth, Carla DeGoede, Michelle Brigance, Carol Haase, Bonnie Rarick, Sue Roe, Sue Sal¬ ters. 2nd Row: Keri Knetsch, Brenda Kiracofe, Sue Marshall, Cheryl Wellington, Sylvia Byers, Kelli Eldridge. 3rd Row: Russell Schug, Pam Bross, Liz Hay cook, Cheri Paus, Kane Knuth, Deb Cox, John Wagner. Carla DeGoede Upjohn Company Bonnie Rarick Superintendent’s Office Russell Schug Athletic Department Pam Bross Keyser Insurance Agency Michelle Brigance McKay Industries Cheryl Wellington Evans Ford Carol Haase Hydreco Sue Roe H M Accounting Sue Marshall McKay Library Mary Bozarth Homemakers-Upjohn Keri Knetsch Matheson Nursing Home Brenda Kiracofe United Kennel Club Liz Haycook Boles Oil - Battle Creek Sylvia Byers Superintendent ' s Office Cheri Paus Consolidated Systems Inc. Judi Case First National Bank Kane Knuth Kal-Gale Printing John Wagner Bus Garage Kelli Eldridge Meijer ' s Thrifty Acres 106 CHGQCCLUB L to R: C. Metzger, D. White, Mr. Daily - Advisor, C. Beatty, B. Lubitz, G. Grubb, T. Lukins, D. Glenn, S. Balmer, N. Turner. Seated: P. Campbell, C. Hamlin. cpsfe co up rrORC Mr. Daily - Advisor, B. Lubitz, T. Lukins, D. Glenn. Seated: D. White, N. Turner. Back Row, L to R: D. O’Donnell, C. De Goede, S. Byers, R. Duryea, J. Case. Middle Row: M. Bozarth, C. Haase, L. Shannon, C. Belland, T. Schultz, D. Baxter, B. Rarick, S. Haverkamp, J. Shanahan. Front Row: Advisor Mr. Duke, E. Yamauchi. President - M. Bozarth, Advisor - Mr. Duke, E. Yamauchi, Vice President - J. Shan¬ ahan, Treasurer - D. Baxter. PROTO CLUB Back Row, L to R: Mr. Wilcox, A. Sampson, C. Stoker, C. Elliot, D. White, T. Emmons, B. Dorner, I. McVicker. Front Row, L to R: D Ingold, T. Bowers. D. Glenn, S. Rose, C. Alday. COMMERCIAL CLUB Front Row, L to R: Mrs. VanDeLaare, Treasurer Lori Raymon, President Sylvia Byers, Secretary Connie Bel- land, Mrs. Stokes. 2nd Row: Bonnie Gettys, Sue Boyd, Diane VanSickler, Carla DeGoede, Stacey Rutherford, Judi Case, Judy Shanahan, Linda Haase. 3rd Row: Martha Fonken, Deirdre Schultz, Betty Cox, Brenda Kira- cofe, Carol Haase, Lori Daniels, Marsha Vissel, Janet Cody. 4th Row: Brenda Hughes, Stacie VanZandt, Mary Bozarth, Shelly Haverkamp, Linda Noud, Sue Salters, Jeannie Lewman, Robin Noud. 5th Row: Kathy Fry, Julie Chapin, Becky Curtiss, Laura McDowell, Pam Ingram, Kim Sutton, Kelly LaChance, Debbie Garrett. 6th Row: Kelly O’Rourke, Sue Cox, Lori Thomas, Nancy Haase, Monika Smits, Jackie Kerns, Lori Dawson. Top Row: Caralyn Hamlin, Mary Lewis, Cathy Groat. Not Shown: Vice President Deena Hoyt. R APARTQAFF Back Row, L to R: R. Duryea, D. Rutherford, M. Gregg, Advisor - Mr. Havey. Middle Row: R. Manwarren, B. Campbell, B. Warsop, L. Mezo, E. Harry, S. Salters, S. Rutherford. Front Row: S. Boyd, J. Cody, N. Bell, C. Paus. Mr. Havey makes his usual corrections. Seated, L to R: C. Alday, J. Judson, Advisor Miss Waroe, D. Teske, N. Hale. 2nd Row, L to R: D. Domer, R. Duryea, J. Lauer, L. VamPelt, T. Cunningham, A. Aebli, M. Fonken, B. Newton, D. Ingold, R. Crummel, J. Hilton. 3rd Row, L to R: B. Kiracefe, M. jD Foust, G. Mezo, E. Yamauchi, E. Knight, K. DeHaan. 7977 ClUDGNT COUNCIL 977 Back Row, L to R: C. Belland, L. Shannon, D. Champion, J. Van Sickler, M. Hestor, C. Elliot, L. Carnes, M. Forrester. Middle Row, L. to R.: J. Lewman, K. Fry, R. Noud, S. Roe, L. Champion, D. Upson, C. Groat, M. Johnson. Front Row, L to R: T. Howes, L. Kasson, J. Cody, advisor - Mr. Duke, B. Dean, T. Livingston, B. Scott, S. Walters, T. Wedig. Back Row, L to R: Carol Haase, June Wills, Sue Cochran, Mary Bozarth, Lori Hill, Linda Haase. Front Row: Sylvia Byers, Shelby Whipple, Janice Smith, Laura McDowell, Betty Cox. Vice President - Lori Hill Treasurer - Betty Cox Secretary - Sue Cochran President - Mary Bozarth 114 Front, L to R: L. Hill, A. Hayward, L. Haase, B. Cox, S. Byers, L. McDowell. Back, L to R: K. Liskovec, P. Taylor, R Tompkins, S. Smiddy, A. Fry, J. Lewman, S. Haverkamp, C. DeGeede, T. Meleski, C. Haase, J. Shanahan, S. Duryes, D Kasson, T. Schultz. Marsha Visel, Debbie Prescott, Nancy Haase, Kelly O’Rourke, Lori Thomas, Sue Cox. Front Row: Miss Waroe - Advi¬ sor, Cheryl Dobbins. FUJURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA L to R: Julie Hoffman - Treasurer, Sue Cox - Secretary, Kelly O’Rourke - Vice President, Teresa Landers - President. Front Row, L to R: Nancy Haase, Lori Thomas, Cathy Curtiss, Jeannie Lauer, Cammie Snook, Sally Hamlin. Middle Row: Linda Hite, Teresa Landers, Advisor - Mrs. Longton, Shelly Bowers, Lark Carpe nter. Back Row: Elaine Golden, Lori Armstrong, Lori Rayman, Ruth Crummel, Julie Hoffman, Kelly Smits, Debbie Garrett, Kim Seiting, June Wills, Sue Cox, Kelly O ' Rourke, Vicki Scott, Kathy Oliver. J V A £ t T Y Kim Sutton, Betty Cox, Lori Dawson, Laurie Kasson, Julie Chapin, Kathy Fry, Julie Carpenter. c N £ £ L £ A D £ £ Ginny Jankowski, Sandy Roe, Kathy Oliver, Joan VanSickler, Dawn Champion, Jenny Christy. Lori Carnes 119 VARCtlYCUOtlZ Back Row, L-R: N. Watts, Mary Lewis, D. Hubbard, G. Steepleton, H. Golden, J. Merriam, E. Golden, B. Stowe, S. LaChance, D. Ingold, B. Gettys. Middle Row, L-R: J. Vanloo, L. Smits, B. Hughes, T. Bowers, M, Noordhof, V. Johnson, D. Schultz, D. Lantis. Front Row, L-R: L. Emery, J. Belland, K. Peterson, C. Groat, R. McFeters, S. Rodg¬ ers, P. Campbell, C. Gorsline, C. Hamlin, Director Craig Stace. OFFICERS President Bonnie Gettys V. President Lisa Smits Secretary Mary Lewis Librarian Carla Gorsline Director Craig Stace 120 1st Row, L to R: Martha Fonken, Emily Hanna, Cathy Groat, Marcia Fouts, Marci Roomsburg, Bev Dean, Mark Wolbers, Sandy Roe, Kelly O’Rourke, Ginger Evarts, Kathy Le Roy, Sue Bishop. 2nd Row: Pam Ingram, Kim Sutton, Tai Schultz, Cheryl Wellington, Brenda Hughes, Laura Engelhardt, Stacey Rutherford, Dawn Teske, Tarrie Cunningham, Chris White, Julie DeShon, Bob Kirk, Ann Fry, Dawn Sutton, Jeannie Lauer, Judy Wright, Dave Hubbard. 3rd Row: Chuck Alday, Pam Murray, Kim Sieting, Jill King, Jean Hilton, Penny Allen, Donna Dean, Becky Newton, Kenlyn Knoblock, Lori VanPelt, Lark Carpenter, Julie Knetsch, Kurt Elliot, Lori Carnes, Angie Sutton, Carrie Scott, Mike Hester. 4th Row: Kathy Fry, Craig Wilson, Steve Rose, Charlie Stoker, Chuck Graff, Billy Lubitz, Dana Gray, Ann Aebli, Steve Champion, Kim Eberhard, Mike Forrester, Deb Cox, Mary Lewis. 5th Row: Mike Degenkolb, Tracy Lukins, Karen Balmer, Dan White, Dave Eldridge, Dale Finkey, Dave Glenn, Chuck Beatty, Bruce Campbell, Dave Garrett, Scott Balmer. Drummers: Jamie Schultz, Keri Knetsch, Doug White, Paul Campbell, Dennis Larimer, Eric Knight. D M U A M J 0 m Steve Rose 976 IWIRIBRjQ L to R: Joan VanSickler, Dawn Champion, Kris Knuth. G- A Band Seniors It’s hard to believe eight years have elapsed since we all started in the G-A Instrumental Music Program. I think of the first time you held your instruments wondering how in the world you were going to accomplish music, or even producing a sound. Things have a way of taking their course. You now have come a long way; over half of you have filled first chair soloist positions. Over half of you have helped the younger musicians as private teachers (as did your older counterparts five or six years ago). Yes, it is truly remarkable what you can do when you want to do it. What did you actually gain from being in the Band program? After all, over 65 percent of your peers ”drop¬ ped out” along the way. Yes, I suppose all of us have wanted to drop out at one time or another - including myself. But hanging in there when the chips are down is what counts the most. Most of you have gained an understanding of what music is all about. It taught you discipline, responsibility, esprit de corps, self-satisfaction, and a feeling of pride. Sure, we aren’t the greatest and have a long way to go, however, you’ve been a big part in making this band one of the best Class C Bands in the State, and we all can share the fact of the happiness we have given to the thousands of audience participants at home, in Mex¬ ico , and in Europe. It always amazes me to talk to alumni, what do they miss the most when graduation is a few years behind them - The G-A Band! Best of luck to all of you and thank you for your efforts . . . Fine Martin Benstein Director of Bands Galesburg - Augusta Schools KAREN BALMER GINGER EVARTS STACEY RUTHERFORD PAM MURRAY CARRIE SCOTT CHERYL WELLINGTON JUDY WP T GHT CAST Tai Schultz Cathy Groat Mary Lewis Stacy Lewis Kim DeHaan Tim Deventer Mike Godde Joan Van Sickler Lisa Shannon Becky Newton Paul Campbell Mandy Harry Dan White Becky Stowe Bruce Campbell Pam Murray Cheryl Wellington Deirdre Schultz Kevin Maxin Doug White Jill King Kelly Smits Jamie Schultz 128 Eddie Wiese Stacy Rutherford Ray Duryea CREW Matt Dopp Elizabeth Conrad Mike Johnson Janet Cody T b e A N SP NG QPORje E I 0 B £ F A A T C L B fC L A L L WR£nn£NNiQ 77 L to R: Mike Hester, Dave Glenn, Rick Jones, Steve Cody, Bob Wakefield, Dan Kasson, Dan Daniels, Dave Rutherford, Tom Howes, Tom Smith, Tim Walters. SENIORS 130 Dan Kasson and Dan Daniels fl S!7YB4£EB4U- 77 L to R Back Row: Jamie Garrett, Randy Manwarren, Ted Homan, Kevin Standley, Ken Roberts, Rick Manwarren, Tom Moleski, Coach Renaud. L to R Front Row: Guy Dunithan, Scott Forster, John Evarts, Steve Beadle, Rex Nowokoski. JV. mSBBALL 77 L to R Back Row: Coach Pasche, Scott LaChance, Roger Terryn, Gene Mezo, Todd Livingston, Terry Nelson, Todd Wortinger. L to R Front Row: Joe Eckley, Brian McIntosh, Bill Eckley, Dave Livingston, Don Haist. CJ u V A £ T Y Front L to R: K. DeHaan, R. Noud, P. Morrison, A. Wortinger, K. Priest, J. Smith. Back L to R: J. Lewman, V. Wortinger, L. Noud, D. Schultz, L. Shannon, A. Noud. Missing From Picture: Coach McNees. T A C fc Front L to R: S. Forrester, T. Smith, D. VanDeLaare, J. Wortinger, G. Grubb, M. Jenson, M. Forrester. 2nd Row L to R: Coach Forrester, S. LaChance, B. Scott, M. Emmerson, E. More¬ land, J. Kent, D. O’Donnell, R. Branham. Back L to R: R. Howard, G. Atwood, L. Whyle, D. Williams, P. Craigmyle, Coach Maskill. 13a RIG CORBEL 1 977 Back Row L to R: K. Sutton, T. Dunithan, D. Upson, D. Sutton, K. Leroy, M. Foust, C. Curtiss, D. Baxter, Cunningham, S. Roe. Front Row L to R: L. Noud, B. Lahti, R. Noud, V. Wortinger, J. Lewman, A. Sutton. Coach - Vern Cramer 136 f TONIGHT £ TUB NIGHT The Prom was held at Crosstown Inn 6:30-12:00 Music by ’’PATH” Dinner Included Fruit Cup Salad Roast Beef Baked Potato Green Beens Milk Coffee Tea Chocolate Cake 141 NrnONAL UONOd G0C1BY Back Row L. to R.: J. Wright, G. Evarts, S. Roe, J. Case. Second Row: M. Wolbers, T. Schultz, S. Ruther¬ ford, C. Wellington, T. Homan. Third Row: K. DeHaan, S. Marshall, S. Wager, M. Lewis, D. Cox, C. Groat, C. Case, L. Champion, E. Moreland, D. Sutton, R. Schug, C. Nelson. Front Row: R. Duryea, K. Balmer, C. Scott, C. DeGoede, C. Haase, K. Knetsch, T. Scott, B. Rarick. 144 Valedictorian Cynthia Nelson Salutatorian Tammy Scott Avanelle-Hutchins-Powell-Award Recipients Tai Schultz, Dawn Sutton, Kim Liskovec Cathy Groat, Kim DeHaan 145 V TO THE CLASS OF 1977 Dear Seniors: As superintendent of the Galesburg-Augusta schools, it is always a pleasure to wish graduating seniors good luck upon completion of high school. Perhaps this year I have a special feeling because of a personal relationship to the group. Please be aware that as adults you make your own decisions and, good or bad, you must live with them. I have always found it useful to think very carefully about major decisions before reacting, because once made they cannot be retracted. Everything you decide upon has a consequence and, good or bad, you must live with them. Don’t blame someone else for mistakes but try to improve the process next time. Again, you have my gratitude, my hopes, and my desires that all of you succeed in your chosen careers. John H. Wagar 146 TO THE CLASS OF 1977 Dear Seniors: Congratulations to each of you as you complete high school. Each one of you has your own unique memories of your school experiences. Some of those memories may be happy and some may be sad. Many of you, in your relatively short span of life to date, have memories of what you considered insurmountable obstacles. As syndicated columnist Sydney J. Harris wrote, " One of the strangest things about human memory is that hardship is so difficult to go through, and so gratifying to look back on. (As older people often speak of their coping in the depression with more pride than sorrow.) " There will be obstacles in the future. Learn to cope with adversity and resolve conflicts. The confidence you gain from working with and through life’s problems will enable you to reflect more on the pleasant events of your lives. This then should lead to a more positive attitude towards oneself and others. Sincerely, James L. Van Zandt Principal 147 WUO’CWt-lOtN " 77 " MARK ERIC ALLAN Baseball 9, 10, and 11; Cadet 12. LORRIE SUE ARMSTRONG Cadet 12; FHA 9, 10, and 11. KAREN A. BALMER Band 10, 11, and 12. DONNA K. BAXTER A.F.S. 12; Band 9; Basketball 12; Cadet 12; Class Officer 11; Grappelettes 11; Stu¬ dent Council 11. LEROY BELLAND BENJIE BELT SUANN BOOK FHA 9 and 10. MARY BOZARTH A.F.S. 12; Co-op 12; Commercial Club 10, 11, and 12; Grappelettes 11 and 12; Homecoming Court 9; Yearbook Staff 12. MICHELLE L. BRIGANCE Cadet 12; Co-op 12; Student Service Center 11 . PAM BROSS Cadet 12; Co-op 12; Student Service Center 11 . SYLVIA BYERS A.F.S. 12; Commercial Club 10, 11, and 12; Grappelettes 12; Library Club 11 and 12; Yearbook Staff 12. BRENDA L. CAMPBELL Grappelettes 10 and 11; Student Service 10; Tennis 10. CURT CASE Basketball 9; Cadet 12; Football 9, 10, 11, and 12; Wrestling 10 and 11. JUDITH D. CASE A.F.S. 12; Cadet 12; Commercial Club 10, 11. and 12; Bowling 11 and 12; Pep Club 12. LINDA CHAMPION Cadet 12; Class Officer 9, 10 and 12; Grap¬ pelettes 10; Student Council 9, 10, and 12. KEN COBURN Football 9, 10, 11, and 12; Track 9 and 10; Wrestling 9, 10, 11, and 12. DEBBIE COX Band 9, 10, 11, and 12; Basketball 12; Cadet 12; Cheerleader 9, 10, 11, and 12; Commercial Club 11 and 12; Homecoming 10 and 12; Student Council 10; Track 9 and 10 . DAN DANIELS Baseball 9; Basketball 9, 10, 11 and 12; Cadet 12; Drama 12; Football 9; Tennis 10, 11, and 12. MARTY DAVIDSON Band 9, 10, 11 and 12; Choir 12; Drama 11; French 10 and 11; Wrestling 9. CARLA L. DEGOEDE A.F.S. 12; Cadet 12; Class Officer 10; Co¬ op 12; Cheerleader 10 and 11; Commercial Club 10, 11, and 12; Pep Club 12; Bowling 11; Library Club 11; Student Council 11; Student Service Center 10. KIMBERLI R. DEHAAN A.F.S. 9 and 10; Basketball 12; Cadet 12; French Clu6 9, 10, 11, and 12. LORI A. DEPUE DAVE DIMOCK KIRBY LEE DOPP TERI DUNITHAN Basketball 11 and 12; Cadet 12; Choir 10; Cheerleader 9, 10, 11 and 12; Softball 11 and 12; Powder Puff Football 11; Track 9 and 10. RAYMOND D. DURYEA A.F.S. 12; F.L.C. 10, 11, and 12; Cadet 12; Bowling 11. KELLI L. ELDRIDGE Basketball 9 and 10; Choir 9 and 10; Soft- ball 10; Grappelettes 9; Track 9. MATTHEW M. EMMERSON Basketball 9; Chess Club 9; Cross Country 12; Drama 10; Track 10, 11 and 12 GINGERS. EVARTS Band 9, 10, 11, and 12. JAMES T. GARRETT Baseball 9, 10, 11. and 12; Basketball 9; Cadet 12; Football 9, 10, 11, and 12; Homecoming Court 12; Wrestling 9 and 11. ELAINE G. GOLDEN Cadet 12; Choir 10, 11, and 12; F.H.A. 11 and 12; French Club 9. HELEN GOLDEN Choir 10, 11, and 12; Co-op 12. DANA A. GRAY Band 9, 10, 11, and 12; Co-op 12. MITCH GREGG Baseball 9; Basketball 9; Cadet 12. CATHY A. GROAT Band 9, 10, 11, and 12; Class Officer 12; Commercial Club 10, 11, and 12; Drama 10, 11, and 12; Language Club 12; Grappe¬ lettes 9 and 10; Library Club 10; Student Council 12; Student Service Center 11. CAROL HAASE A.F.S. 12; Commercial Club 10, 11 and 12; Grappelettes 11 and 12; Library Club 11 and 12. ELLEN M. HARRY Cadet 12; Choir 9, 10, and 11; Cheerleader 9; Drama 9, 10; F.N.A. 11; Student Coun¬ cil 10; Student Service Center 10; Tennis 9, 10, and 11; Track 9 and 10; Yearbook Staff 12. ELIZABETH HAYCOOK Cadet 12; Choir 10 and 11; Cheerleader 9; Homecoming Court 9 and 12. TED HOMAN Basketball 9, 10, 11 and 12; Cadet 12; Football 9, 10, 11. and 12; Homecoming Court 10 and 12. RON HOWE Baseball 10 and 11; Cadet 12; Co-op 12; Football 9 and 10; Track 11; Wrestling 9 and 10. MICHAEL D. JOHNSON Band 9; Cadet 12”; Class Officer 9; Attend¬ ant Review Board 12; Football 9; Home¬ coming Court 12; Photo Club 9; Student Council 11 and 12; Student Service Center 11; Wrestling 9. JAY JUDSON Wrestling 9. DANIEL J. KASSON Band 9 and 10; Basketball 9, 11 and 12; Cross Country 12; Football 9; Homecoming Court 11 and 12; Tennis 9, 10, 11 and 12. BRIAN J. KELLY Basketball 9; Golf 9, 10, 11 and 12. BRENDA L. KIRACOFE Cadet 12; Co-op 12; Commercial Club 11 and 12; Drama 10; Office Service 11; For¬ eign Language Club 12; Grappelettes 10 and 11; Student Service Center 10. JOHN KLAISS Baseball 9; Cadet 12; Golf 9 and 10. KERI L. KNETSCH Band 9, 10, 11, and 12. KANE KNUTH JON C. KORN Cadet 12; Student Council 11; Student Service Center 11. ROGER LACOURSE Football Manager 9 and 10. 153 DAVE LAWTHER Track 10. MARY C. LEWIS A.F.S. 9; Band 10. 11, and 12; Basketball 12; Choir 10, 11 and 12; Cheerleader 9; Commercial Club 10, 11 and 12; Drama 10, 11 and 12; Softball 10; Grappelettes 10 and 11; Track 10. KIM LISKOVEC Cheerleader 9, 10, 11 and 12; Homecom¬ ing Court 10; Library Club 12; Student Council 11. MIKE LONGFIELD Baseball 9; Golf 9 and 10. MARY McCOLLUM Cadet 12; Choir 10, 11 and 12; FHA 11 and 12 . RON McFETERS Chess Club 10; Choir 10, 11, and 12. JEFF McVICKER Cadet 12; Chess Club 10; Golf 9, 10, 11 and 12; Photo Club 9, 10, 11 and 12. RICK MANWARREN Baseball 9, 10, 11 and 12; Basketball 9, 10, 11, and 12; Football 9, 10, 11 and 12; Homecoming 10. SUSAN MARSHALL A.F.S. 9 and 10; Cadet 12; Choir 9; G.A.A. 9; Language 9 and 10. ELIZABETH M. MEZO JULIE MILLER Choir 10. ED MORELAND Basketball 10; Football 9, 10, 11 and 12; Homecoming Court 9 and 12; Track 9, 10, 11 and 12; Wrestling 9. PAMELA J. MURRAY Band 9, 10, 11, 12. PENNY S. MUSSULMAN Choir 9; Grappelettes 9; Tennis 10 and 11. CYNTHIA L. NELSON French Club 10 and 11. SUE NORMAN Band 9 and 10; Shared Time 11 and 12. DOUGLAS O’DONNELL A.F.S. 12; Basketball 9, 10, 11, and 12; Cadet 12; Track 9, 10, 11, and 12; Year¬ book Staff 12. CHERI PAUS Cadet 12; Class Officer 12; Homecoming Court 12; Student Council 12; Student Serv¬ ice Center 10 and 11; Tennis 10 and 11. RODNEY PHARR BONNIE L. RARICK A.F.S. 12; Cadet 12; Co-op 12; G.A.A. 9. LORI RAYMAN A.F.S. 11 and 12; Commercial Club 10, 11, and 12; F.H.A. 12; G.A.A. 10. SUE ROE Band 9; Cadet 12; Co-op 12; Softball 10; Student Council 10; Track 10 and 11; Year¬ book Staff 12. STACEY RUTHERFORD Band 9, 10, 11, and 12; Cadet 12; Com¬ mercial Club 10, 11, and 12; French Club 9. SUE SALTERS G.A.A. 9, 10, and 11; Tennis 11 and 12. RUSS SCHUG Co-op 12; French Club 9, 10, and 11. TAI SCHULTZ A.F.S. 10, 11 and 12; Band 9, 10, 11, and 12; Cadet 12; Drama 12; Softball 10; Ten¬ nis 12. KEVIN SCHUYLER Chess Club 9 and 10. 154 MICHELLE D. SCHWARTZ Cadet 12; Cheerleaders 9. CARRIE SCOTT Band 9, 10, 11, and 12. PEGGY SUE SCOTT Cadet 12; Choir 10, 11, and 12; Co-op 12; F.N.A. 11; F.H.A. 11 and 12. TAMMY L. SCOTT Band 9; Cadet 12; Yearbook Staff 12. JUDY S. SHANAHAN A.F.S. 12; Cadet 12; Cheerleaders 10 and 11; Commercial Club 10, 11, and 12; Bowling 11; Pep Club 12; Homecoming Court 12; Library Club 11; Yearbook Staff 12 . MONIKA SILLER A.F.S. 12; Commercial 12; French Club 12; Tennis 12. DAN J. SIMON Cadet 12; Football 11 and 12; Yearbook Staff 12; Wrestling 9, 10, 11, and 12. ANNALISA P. SMITS Cadet 12; Choir 11 and 12; F.N.A. 11; Grappelettes 10; Track 10. KEVIN STANDLEY Baseball 9, 10, 11, and 12; Basketball 9, 10, 11, and 12; Football 9, 10, 11, and 12 . SCOTT STEWART JEFF SUTHERLAND DAWN M. SUTTON Band 9, 10, 11, and 12; Basketball 12; Class Officer 11; Cheerleaders 9; Commer¬ cial Club 10 and 11; Softball 11 and 12; Homecoming Court 11; Student Council 11; Yearbook Staff 12. JON TULLOCK DENISE UPSON Band 9, 10, and 11; Cadet 12; Class Officer 11 and 12; Softball 11 and 12; Homecoming Court 11; Student Council 11 and 12. DIANE VAN SICKLER Cadet 12; Class Officer 9; Co-op 12; Com¬ mercial Club 10, 11 and 12; Student Coun¬ cil 9; Student Service Center 10. LES VICKERS Co-op 12. SUSAN L. WAGAR A.F.S. 9; Cadet 12; F.N.A. 9 and 10; French Club 9 and 10; Library Club 11 and 12 . JOHN WAGNER Co-op 12. BRAD WARSOP Baseball 9, 10, and 11; Football 9, 10, 11, and 12; Homecoming Court 11; Track 10; Wrestling 9, 10, 11, and 12. MARIAN WATTS Choir 10, 11, and 12; F.H.A. 10; Y.O.U. 12 . CHERYL WELLINGTON Band 9, 10, 11, and 12; Cadet 12; Co-op 12; Commercial Club 10, 11, and 12; Stu¬ dent Service Center 9 and 10. DAN WHITE Band 9, 10, 11 and 12; Chess Club 10; Drama 10, 11, 12; Photo Club 9, 10, 11, and 12. MARK E. WOLBERS Band 9, 10, 11, and 12; Drama 10; French Club 9, 10, and 11. JUDITH G. WRIGHT A.F.S. 9 and 10; Band 9, 10, 11 and 12; French Club 9, 10, 11, and 12. DAVID WILLIAMS ELISA MIE YAMAUCHI A.F.S. 12; F.H.A. 12; French Club 12. 155 Man, loo. May Soar From his moment ot birth man constantly seeks to tree himselt of the fetters binding him to himselt and to his environment. He embarks on a quest for nt w ideas. I le aspires to greater profit lency. He strives to achieve today that which he hadn ' t yesterday.. .and to become to¬ morrow that whic h he wasn ' t today. Uus spirit is every man ' s ability to soar It has been the source of great advances in medicine, agric ulture and ( hemic als by The Up|ohn Company. It is the commitment of people who know... of people who perform. It is their promise ot an even greater tuture ..that each may excel and togeth¬ er all men may soar. Upjohn Compliments of GALESBURG FROZEN FOOD LOCKER 58 Mill St. Galesburg, Michigan Congratulations From LENG ' S HARDWARE Galesburg, Michigan Phone M05-5811 Best Wishes to the Class of 1977 Congratulations to the Class of « t rj rj » » Tom Tom ' s BAXTER ' S AUGUSTA Travel Trailer Sales PHARMACY 10230 E. Michigan, Galesburg Augusta, Michigan Best of Luck AUGUSTA Kal-Gale Printing Publications Commercial Printing LUMBER COMPANY Augusta, Michigan 665-7193 157 Congratulations to the Class of 1977 KNAPPEN MILLING CO. 110 S. Water St. Augusta, Michigan Best of Luck From GREAT LAKES ELECTRONICS Augusta, Michigan COMPLIMENTS OF PRESCRIPTIONS COME FIRST AT COMSTOCK FRANK ' S AUTO REPAIR and LAWN AND GARDEN EQUIPMENT 179 BECKWITH DRIVE GALESBURG, MICHIGAN CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF 1977 TED ' S RESTAURANT " The Polak " August, MI 731-4830 Steaks, Chops, and Sea Foods COMPLIMENTS OF ROELOF DAIRY Galesburg, Michigan 49053 Best of Luck LANDSCAPE FORMS, INC. RTE. 3 KALAMAZOO, MICHIGAN 49001 CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS DREAMERS FURNITURE COMPANY GALESBURG, MI 49053 COMPLIMENTS OF BARX RICHLAND. MICHIGAN 160 BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF 1977 THE CORONET ADVERTISER 11623 East Michigan Avenue Galesburg, Michigan 49053 Congratulations Best of Luck From WAYNE HOME EQUIPMENT Galesburg, Michigan OVIATT ' S PHARMACY 16 W. Mich. Ave. Galesburg, Mich. Today’s Prescription - Your Biggest Health Value Compliments of Good Luck to the Class of ’77’ HARDING ' S TIME-OUT LOUNGE 54 W. Michigan Ave. Galesburg, Michigan (Jalesburg Compliments of John P. Doerr and Thomas W. Doerr dirt 65 West Battle Creek St. GRANT’S GENERAL Congratulations From STORE GALESBURG LAWN 33 West Battle Creek Street Galesburg, Michigan EQUIPMENT 49053 92 E. Michigan 161 IfeyQur c First Compliments of BURGESS SEED AND PLANT COMPANY ■ 1 First National Bank Trust Company of Michigan MEMBER f D • C Galesburg, Michigan 49053 Galesburg Office D P SERVICE 169 E. Mich. Ave. Galesburg CHAMPION ' S HEATING AIRCOND. 7142 E. 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