Galesburg Augusta High School - Rambler Yearbook (Galesburg, MI)
- Class of 1981
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1981 RAMBLER GALESBURG — AUGUSTA SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL GALESBURG, MICHIGAN 3 on’t £et Jtnother 2 au Go Sy ' V " X 7t’s 7ime Vb Spread Our Wings dfnd F g John Lennon 1945-1980 “G-A’s winning tradition will not be entrusted to the timid or the weak.” G-A Football Coach Bill Maskill has distinguished himself as a leader among young men. This year marked his 200th victory as a high school football coach, an achievement accomplished by only two other men in the State of Michigan. He was chosen “Coach of the Year” by the Kalamazoo Gazette and was honored by the community with a victory celebration. The Rambler Staff dedicates this 1980-1981 yearbook to Coach Bill Maskill. Courtesy of Kalamazoo Gazette G-A’s Denny Schug (right) had a lot to talk about last fail with his hospital roommate Martin Kube of Gobles. The photograph above is an unusual one. Last fail, on Fri., Oct. 3, during the Ban- gor football game, Denny Schug’s left knee received ligament damage requiring sur- gery. During his stay at the hospital, Denny found that his roommate, Martin Kube of Gobles, not only received similar injuries to the same knee, but had the same num- ber (62). Also, both played for the Gazette’s no. 1-ranked team in his class. Denny, a defensive end-offensive guard, was greatly missed on the field by his teammates, but showed his dedication and enthusiasm on the sidelines for the rest of the season. Mark Scott and Mary Rutherford 1980— 1981 WHAT HAPPENED? u.s. In Washington, Mt. St. Helens erupted The United States boycotted the Summer Olympics in Moscow because of political reasons 8 Americans were killed on a rescue mission to Iran Ronald Reagan was sworn in as our 41st President Gas prices skyrocketed to $1.50 a gallon We lost Steve McOueen, Mae West and John Lennon 6 SPORTS MUSIC The U.S. hockey team beat the Russians for the gold Bjorn Borg won his 5th straight Wimbledon Pink Floyd AC DC Eddie Rabbitt The Philadelphia Phillies won their Ist World Series ever Blondie U of M won the Rose Bowl (finally!) The Oakland Raiders won the Superbowl R.E.O. Speedwagon Kenny Rogers Dan Fogelberg WHAT WE TALKED ABOUT “Who shot J.R.?” punk rock “tie a yellow ribbon” “thin is in” country music perms 7 FALL HOMECOMING COURT Back Row: Jodi Braden, Jaakko Kauppila, Cara Wood, Tim Born, and Yvonne Vorva. Front Row: Dale Isreals. Cindy Hamilton, Tom Dopp, Diane Dorner, Don Doorlag, and Kathy Barrett. Junior Prince Calvin Ruecker is missing from photo. Freshman Prince and Princess Sophomore Prince and Princess King Tom and Queen Diane Senior Prince and Princess Honorary King and Escort WINTER HOMECOMING COURT Lynette Baker Rob Stewart Aneta Bailey Frank Baker Trish Smith Rich Livingston Kathy Bell Scott Burton Shawn Minne Tim Kellam 9 G—A GOES TO THE MOVIES 10 Mrs. Longton’s Home and Family Living class had an exciting event this fail — a make-believe wedding, com- plete with guests and recep- tion. At right, groom Stuart Lit- tle and his bride, Karen Her- manns, recite their vows as minister Beth Cornell looks on. FALL ACTIVITIES Photo courtesy of the Kalamazoo Gazette Homecoming this year was a big event with our victory over Parchment, 20-18. The above left photo shows some of the team’s reaction, and as the right photo shows, the G—A March- ing Band provided a show despite the rain. At left, the freshman class float and halftime score. 12 The Homecoming theme was “Rams, We’re Sold on You.” The floats were based on commercials. Above is the sophomore float; below, the junior and senior floats. 13 KVAEXCHANGE Front Row: Jill Tysen. Kalamazoo Christian; Karen Amundson. St. Phillip; Russell Cohen, Springfield; Tad Freed, Delton; Linda Obregon, Parchment; Sharon P.. Mattawan. Back Row: Robbin Hotchkiss. Julie Balmer, Wally Avis, Tim Roe, Cara Wood, Wendy Miller. Other stu- dents from G—A went to each school. Kammy Schultz went to Mattawan; Judy Schultz, Springfield: Karen Leng, St. Phil; Angie Drobney, Delton; Jody Morgan. Kalamazoo Christian; and Dan Wakefield, Parchment. Jaako Kauppila, our foreign exchange student, is from Tornio, Finland. He is living with the Van Linder family in Galesburg. Jaakko ' s favorite sport is soccer which he plays here pnd in Finland, he also plays Bandy which is like football on ice in Finland. He speaks 3 languages, which include German, Swedish and English. Jaakko said that teenagers in America are more active than in Finland and T.V., is really bad here. Jaakko said “the major differ- ence between the United States and Finland is that Americans eat more junk food.” FALL BANOUETS G—a Basketball placed 4th in the KVA with a record of 9 wins and 8 losses. Vickie Born, Karen Hermanns, and Dana Moses were captains. Vickie Born was chosen All-KVA for three years, Honorable Mention were Paula Allen, Karen Hermanns, and Kim Kolodizieizych. Vickie was Most Valuable Player and Leslie Howard was cho¬ sen Most Improved Player. This was also Vickie’s 4th year on varsity. The assistant coach was John Kolodizieiz¬ ych. ‘Tve really enjoyed working with them, l’ll be looking forward to next year.” Coach Vernon W. Cramer The football banquet was the culmination of a fantastic football season. The RAMS finished the regular sea- son with 9 and 0 win lost record, and qualified for the State play-offs. In the play-offs G-A lost to State finalist White Pigeon, 20-0. Special awards were received by: Tom Dopp and Steve Kasson for Most Valuable Player; Rich Liingston, Offensive Award; Ken Moreland, Defensive Award; Don Doorlag, Lineman Award; Denny Schug and Mark Scott both received the Coaches Aw ard; Frank Baker and Scott Wiley received the Most Improved Award. Coach Alex Forrester I’m cold, l ' m wet, l’m HUNGRYH THE 1980-81 MARCHING BAND AND JAZZBAND This year the 1980-81 Band directors position was taken over by Donna Salada. Donna graduated from Galesburg-Augusta High School in 1974 and pur- sued her music career at Florida State. She then came back to Michigan to be director of her old alma mater. The Band is supported by the Band Boosters. They raise money by sponsoring bingo every Satur- day night and the proceeds are used for supplies and the directors salary. This group made it possible to continue music in the school. In Marching Festival this fail our Band is proud to have earned a “1” rating in competition. The G—A schools have a tradition and a reputation of excel- lence. Now come on, it wasn ' t THAT bad! Band Director Mrs. Salada 20 JAZZ BAND Rob Gregory on the trumpet Captain Phil on the trombone 21 APPJff President Karen Elizabeth Leng straightforward, twirler, sailing Treasurer Janice Ann Mason water skier, scouting, shoes Secretary Emily Jane Fonken " Em,” Greater Gales- burg Day Queen Christine Louise Aldrich talkative, smiles, actress Carolyn Ann Aspinall Aneta Arline Bailey co-op, Mountain Dew, long legs, princess, nice gum-chewer complexion Franklin Leonard Baker Kathleen Marie Barrett basketball, comedian, cheerleader, dancer, AC DC Tom Cynthia Joy Baxter “no-no-no,” Speeds Fred 22 Nathan Andrew Alday Nate, drums, plane freak Cristine Marie Baker wild ’n crazy, Mathe- sons, ‘‘peace and love” Mary Elizabeth Baxter “M.B.” cheerleader, clothes CLASS OF 1981 Micheline C. Berry friendly, fashionable, California giri Lori Ann Boniface engaged, attractive, Tim William J. Blanchard Billy, cycles, Val Vickie Lynn Born Ali K.V.A., friendly, “Geeker " Steve Blodgett cars, outgoing, friendly Jodi Sue Braden Mike, giggles, grappel- lete Deborah Louise Blue beauty pageants, soft- spoken college guys Angela Denise Burris petite, Lucky Steer, " Angie " Tina L. Carter Beth A. Cornell Vicky L. Cousins Bill Knapp’s, sociable, honest, Burger King, quiet, secretary, co-op happy-go-lucky seamstress 23 Dan Cunningham Midnight Flyers, drums, “It ' s hard to be humble.” Al Dacey tali, carefree, cruiser I Donald Duane Doorlag muscles, all-K.V.A., Trish Diane Lynn Dorner horses. parties, " Dee- dee” Laura A. Gettys flags, quiet, sweet Theresa C. Fahren- bacher “Tracy, " good driver, " new kid in town” Laura A. Haase artistic, hats. commercial Club Susan Michelle Fenner outspoken, volleyball, ‘ ‘Suzi-Cream-Cheeze’ ’ Scott James Hamilton girls, designer jeans, unsung hero 24 Thomas Andrew Dopp D.A.R., coach’s boy, Kathy Daniel James Gazdag girls, baseball, phone numbers Kathleen Mary Hoffman Army jacket, tardy, rock ' n roli Karen Y. Hopkins horses, quiet, Linda ' s friend Steven Russell Kasson dunker, captain, math brain J ,7 r Sheri Lyn Lambert giggles, Scott, curly Robbin Simmonne Hotchkiss donuts, Mike, stuffed animals Mark J. Jankowski Camaro, rowdy, “Maypo” Duane Scott Jensen new, tali, Camaro Jaakko Mathias Kaup- pila soccer, nice, A.F.S. stu- dent from Finland Stuart Alan Little groom, long and lean, frisbees Leah Nora Livingston Nora, soft-spoken, rab- bits Richard Jerome Living¬ ston II quarterback, all-K.V.A., Tracy 25 Dave L. LoBretto procrastinator, Brenda, cycles Matthew Allan Loveland Susan Lee Marterstich tennis, future electrician Pinto, " Sue,” slender, outspoken Roger Lee Martin cars, " Rog,” Meijers Janice Jeane Mezo homebody, organized, Steve Margaret Lynn Moleski “Marge,” friendly, stuffed animals Kenneth David Moreland spirited, athletic, come- dian n ¥ David John Nelson scientific, jazz band, run- ner Todd Walter Nelson John G. Osterhouse Maria Sue Osterling Patricia Ann Packer basketball, “Red,” brain cycles, “Mouse,” farm- generous, “Ria,” musical co-op, van, friendly boy 26 Richard Andrew Packer frisbees, rock ' n roli, WLAV freak Mary Lee Rutherford cheerleader, sweet smile, Mark Patricia Medora Shan- non organizer, cheerleader, M.S.U. Sandra A. Paynter funny, talkative, cute smile Douglas Earl Rutledge valedictorian, saxo- phone, considerate Dawn Renee Sharp soft-spoken, helpful, understanding Linda Reitz reader, guiet, long hair Dennis V. Schug farmer, amiable, scrap- per Douglas Mark Smith musical, “Mork,” home- work-hater Shaun Marie Roomsburg talkative, sweet, cadet Mark Clinton Scott high jumper, muzzle loader, Mary Arnold Robert Srackan- gast Texas, valedictorian, kicker Brenda Lee Standley energetic, athletic, high- spirited Shari Jo Vanloo First National, high heels, Dave Edward Larry Whipple cars, “Eddie,” Arland’s buddy ■ J Dawn Terease Stevens cornet, curls, singer Dawn E. Weld quiet, scouting, bowler Not Pictured: Karen Suzanne Hermanns Dawn M. Kershner John Blake Liskovec Randall R. Miller Dana L. Moses Patricia Ann Smith Phillip Vaughn Trenton Dean Webb tuba, tali, dinosaurs Paul M. Stump cars, Bernice, “P.L.” m v Ronald Walter Turks “Bubba,” comedian, Chicken Coop James Michael Welling- ton Mustang, hardware, Lisa 28 To the Class of ’81: Perhaps this seems so inevitable to you that the uniqueness of the moment is lost. The summer, relatives, parties, plans for college, or marriage may combine to prevent you from being fully aware of the transition that has taken place. The community has been signalled by the occasion of your graduation that another group of young people has run the K12 gauntlet successfully. All are hoping that the thirteen year trial has provided you with approaches to problem-solving that will serve you well. This process of promotion from one grade to the next has always been a source of pride, but there is no other time in your life when so many people share in the celebration of your accomplishments. Your friends, family, and teachers have watched you mature l°ng enough to want to savor this level of education in your life. It is your responsibility to those of us with fond memories of your years to continue to be a source of pride in your education to come, whatever form it may take. G-A Faculty Down in the valley where the green grass grows. . . " You can lead a student to school; but you can’t make him think! " 83 “Cookie Monster ' 31 JUNIORS Chris Abbs Fred Aebli Paula Allen Jerry Andrews Wally Avis Juiie Balmer Kathy Bell Jeff Bissett Sheri Bissett Sheri Boniface Lisa Bortolussi Amy Bowers Phyllis Brown Mark Bryant Burke Burlington Scott Burton Wendy Carpenter Tracy Chapin Andrea Cox Sue Crandall Shelly Crowley Brad Cutshall Jerry Daniels Tina Daniel Cathy Day April Deboard Phil Degenkolb Beth Dieterman Tonia Dimock Mike Duggan Jean Dunithan Beth Fahrenbacher Bob Garrett Lori Garrett Margaret Glenn Michele Godde Jodi Gregg Rob Gregory Casey Hamilton Ken Hamlin Jim Heighton Jay Hewitt Lesley Howard 32 Julie Howes Andy Hubbard Steve Jefferson John Jones Bryan Judson Larry Kelsey Bryan Knoblock Kim Kolodiziewzyek Doug Kyle Jay Leininger Jerry Lorio Nina Lowe Kim Madden Rod Manwarren Craig Mason Jeff McBride Debra McDermat Wendy Miller Amy Mosure Kari Nagel Paula Nowakowski Tammy Packer Dana Pate Joyce Paynter Craig Perkins Tony Perkins Todd Piper Rhonda Post Kirk Provost Rodney Reeves Kelly Roberts Tim Roe Chuck Rose Judy Schultz Kammy Schultz Russell Scott Gary Sims Harry Snook Dick Stafford Julie Stewart Tiffany Stump Teresa Summers Ty Upson Sue Van Sickler Brenda Waldorf Becky Watson Scott Wiley Cara Wood Barb Wortinger 33 SOPHO- MORES Dan ArricK Marilyn Bailey Jack Baird Mike Baker Lori Beadle Lori Blue Tim Born Jill Bowers Sharon Bresson Toni Card Randy Carter Julie Clugston Stormy Conrad Daphne Cox Sherry Crummel Scott Cunningham Adair Dacey Beth DeForest Dawn Degenkolb Lisa Duggan Kathy Dunn Mike Evarts Lori Freemire Todd Frailey Kathy Gay Matt Godde Michelle Green Greg Dean Pat Griffin Jessie Hainer Dave Hartman Steve Hawkins Steve Hoffman Mike Holston Chris Hopkins John Howes Rob Howes Kim Jock Joe Kalin Judy Kasson Tim Kellam Mike Kemmerling Cindy Kent Brenda Landers Rick Leininger Mike Lemon Anson LoBretto Gail Loveland Charles Lubitz Rick MacPherson Pam Mastin 34 Dawn McDermott Mark Maxon Pam Mclntosh Shawn Minne Cara Mitchell Eric Moran Val Moran Al Nelson Nlck Nlchol Tim Oosting Janet Osman Elaine Osterling Randy Packer Penny Patterson Ray Pierce Dawn Post Bill Priest Maryla Pullen Kathy Robertson Tina Root Robln Schmidt Cliff Sharp Jack Sharp Al Sieting Scott Smith Mlke Sprlck Roger Stace Gary Stamey Scott Standley George Stevens Julie Stevens Roxanne Stickey Marty Striebel Tracy Striebel Koni Telfer Beckey TerBerg Karen Townsend Kari Turks George VanLinder Shari Vogel Teri Vogel Yvonne Vorva Nels Vosburg Dan Waketield Allen Warner Brent Webb Linda Wellington Paul Wenzel Pete Whipple 35 Mike Askew Annette Baker Lynnette Baker Kayleen Barrus Julie Barrett Bonnie Bogema Randy Bortolussi Tony Bowker Bryan Bressler Paul Bryant Sue Burton Scott Campbell Ron Case Mark Cook Jeff Cox Theresa Crandell Kali Curtis Karen Day Debbie Dek ha m Tom Doerr Angie Drobny Debbie Dunitahn Tom East Dawn Forster Angie Fry Pat Garrett Andy Godde Bryan Godde Tim Godde Mike Graham Todd Grubb Cindy Hamilton Brenda Holt Tim Holt Sue Howes Steve Huyck Dale Isreals Janice Hughes Carrie Jock Margaret Johnson Jim Joyner Karen Kelly Fred Klinger Mike Kroeg Vicky Lambert 36 Karen Lewis Rob Little Bill Livendale Mike Livendale Angie Lockwood Stephan Macomber Doug Macpherson Tracy Markso Jamie Maxwell Tim McKeown Vincent Molica Jodie Morgan Amy Morrison Chris Morrison Jodi Mussulman Mike Nourse Jill Perkins Jessie Picket Kim Rhodes Tom Rice Allan Salters Shana Schmidt Lee Schults Tom Shirley Tracy Stamey Rob Stewart Kathy Talpa Nancy Tolmace Doug Vanderlugt Amy Vanlinder Jetf VanPelt John Vetter Jerry Vorva Tracy Waber Robin Watson Margie Weber Ted Whalen hF Bill Whipple Kelly Whipple Richard Whipple Laura White Craig Whitehead People W O Pictures: Mike Anderson Craig Bugg Marvin Hite Kim Mosher Ken Oliver WE’REiSPREADING OUR John Wagar Superintendent Ron Parker Principal Wayne Berger Assistant Principal Vern Cramer Counselor Judy Scott Secretary Wanda Hartman Secretary 40 Carol Mclntosh Attendance Officer Judy Robbins Community Education Bill Fiest Special Education Bruce Juergens Community Education J Sandy Smiddy Librarian Virginia Winter Physical Education 41 Bill Maskill Physical Education Jim Sullivan Mathematics Alex Forrester Business Department Jim Daily Mathematics Nancy Franks English 42 Cathy Woodrow English Dee Hoard English Dave Hanna Government, Psychology Dick Havey English Garth Wilcox Chemistry, Physics Dave Heavy Biology 43 Phil Hurst Art, Social Studies Roger Boomershine Graphics Kevin Smith Auto Mechanics Bob Duke Social Studies Nancy Longton Home Economics Donna Salada Band Beverly Stokes Typing, Shorthand Ada Manwarren Cafeteria Evelyn VanDeLaare Office Block Arlend Thompson Janitor A book may be as great a thing as a battle. 1980 VARSITY FOOTBALL COACHES 48 SENIORS Back Row: Denny Schug, Mark Scott, Scott Hamilton. Steve Kasson, Todd Kellam, Tom Dopp. John Liskovec. Front Row: Frank Baker, Ron Turks, Rich Livingston, Ken MOreland, Dan Gazdag, Don Doorlag, Arney Srackangast. 1980 K.V.A. FOOTBALL TEAM Tom Dopp Rich Livingston Ken Moreland Steve Kasson Offensive Halfback Ouarterback Linebacker Offensive End Don Doorlag Mark Scott Offensive Guard Center Scott Hamilton Offensive Tackle Denny Schug Honorable Mention — Defensive End 49 VARSITY FOOTBALL Back Row: Calvin Ruecker, Scott Burton, Wally Avis, Frank Baker, Harry Snook. 2nd Row: Scott Wiley, Tom Dopp, Steve Kasson, Jim Hemenway, Todd Kellam. 3rd Row: Rod Manwarren, Mike Baker, Denny Schug. Mark Scott, Scott Hamilton, 4th Row: Ron Turks, Arney Srackangast, Don Doorlag, Dan Gazdag. Ist Row: Todd Grubb, Rich Livingston, John Liskovec, Ken Moreland. CAPTAINS 18 — Rick Livingston 42 — Ken Moreland 81 — Steve Kasson 44 — Tom Dopp The 1980 Galesburg-Augusta Varsity Football season was one of great suc- cess. The Rams finished the regular sea¬ son undefeated with a 9-0 record. The high point of the Rams’ season came when we beat Parchment 20-18, for the K.V.A. title. Having won the K.V.A. and the region, the Rams went to the quarter- final playoffs, where we fought to a 20-0 loss at the hands of White Pigeon. It should also be mentioned that the Ram fans showed great support through- out the season, and that the players greatly appreciated it. Mark Scott 51 J.V. FOOTBALL The Galesburg-Augusta Junior Varsity had a 4-1 record. The Junior Varsity team played with the Varsity in three games and proved to be a big help. The 1980 season was the last year of coaching for Al Cox, who had been a dedi- cated coach of young men for many years. Mark Scott Back Row: Tim Oostlng, Scott Standley, Mike Nourse, Mike Baker, Anson LoBretto, Ramey Pierce. Middle Row: Steve Huyuk, Dave Hartman, Dan Arrick, Tim Born, Pat Griffin, Allan Warner, Front Row: Tim Holt. Scott Smlth, Scott Cunnlngham, Lee Schultz, Jefl Cox, Mike Askew Dan Arrick, Tim Born, Pat Griffin 1980 FOOTBALL CHEERLEADERS VARSITY Mary Rutherford Judy Schultz Patty Shannon Beth Baxter Shawn Minne Kathy Barrett Micheline Berry JUNIOR VARSITY Front Row: Tracy Marcos. and Jodi Musselman. 2nd Row: Janet Osman, Kammy Schultz. Judy Kasson, Jodie Morgan. Shana Schmidt. 3rd Row: Cara Mitchell, Cindy Hamilton, Gail Loveland, Becky TerBerg. Amy VanLinder. and Sue Howes Back Row: Penny Patterson. and Karen Townsend 53 GIRLS VARSITY BASKETBALL First Row: Kim Kolo, Brenda Standley, and Paula Allen. 2nd Row Beth DeForest, Lori Freemire, and Karen Hermanns. 3rd Row Wendy Carpenter, Dana Moses, and Coach Cramer. Back Row Diane Dorner, Vickie Born, and Leslie Howard. G—A TEAM RECORD Oppt 35 Comstock 38 26 Vicksburg 31 51 Climax-Scotts 25 53 Mattawan 32 38 Springfield 33 24 K. Christian 31 31 Bangor 26 32 Delton 31 40 St. Phillip 49 23 Parchment 24 39 Mattawan 34 41 Springfield 47 37 K. Christian 30 35 Bangor 34 66 Delton 49 37 St. Phillip 44 33 Parchment 39 25 K.Christian 33 9 Wins — 9 Losses SENIORS Dana Moses, Karen Hermanns, Vickie Born, and Brenda Standley. CAPTAINS Karen Hermanns, Vickie Born, and Dana Moses. 54 VARSITY GIRLS JUNIOR BASKETBALL Back Left: Yvonne Vorva, Cali Curtis, Angie Fry, Kari Turks. Middle Lett: Brenda Landers, Cindy Kent, Kelly Whipple, Coach Biff Wortinger. First Left: Michelle Green, Debbie Dunithan, Daphine Cox. VICTORY! SEASON RECORD G-A Lost Comstock G-A Lost Vicksburg G-A Won Climax-Scotts G-A Won Mattawan G-A Won Springfield G-A Won K-Christian G-A Lost Bangor G-A Won Delton G-A Lost St. Phillip G-A Lost Parchment G-A Lost Bangor G-A Won Mattawan GIRLS TENNIS Back Row: Michelle Green, Kathy Bell. Kammy Schults. Robin Schmidt, Margret Glenn, Shawn Minne. Front Row: Debbie Blue, Lori Beadle. Not pii tured is Lori Blue and Coach Rhonda Smith. GAME, SET, MATCH •mi i ■-, SEASON RECORD G-A Lost Vicksburg G-A Won Delton G-A Won Delton G-A Lost K-Christian G-A Lost Comstock G-A Lost Pennfield G-A Lost Hackett G-A Lost Springfield G-A Lost Pennfield G-A Placed 3rd in K.V.A. G-A Placed 3rd in Regionals t a Captain and Senior Debbie Blue " Even though our season record was not exciting, the thr of competition and the fun the team experienced togetht made up for all the rough spots. " 57 VARSITY BASKETBALL Back Row: Jerry Daniels, Steve Kasson, Frank Baker, Tim Born, Tim Roe, Wally Avis. Middle Row: Jay Hewitt. Scott Smith, Todd Nelson, Doug Rutledge. Front Row: Scott Burton, John Jones, Larry Kelsey, Rod Manwarren RAMS ' RECORD G-A OPP 43 Gobles 48 52 Climax-Scotts 53 72 Mattawan 45 54 Springfield 58 47 K. Christian 58 53 Bangor 68 42 Delton 70 54 St. Philip 51 58 Centreville 51 46 Parchment 57 47 Mattawan 60 43 Springfield 52 47 White Pigeon 65 45 Bangor 51 56 Delton 64 63 Vicksburg 73 57 K. Christian 77 50 St. Philip 59 54 Climax-Scotts 46 36 Parchment 40 48 Hackett 62 4 WI NS 17 LOSSES 59 JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL Back Row: Tom Doerr, Scott Smith, Mike Nourse, Mike Baker, Scott Standley, Mark Maxson, Mike Askew, Mike Livendale. Front Row: Doug MacPherson, Dale Isreals, Steve Huyck, Doug Vanderlugt, Alan Warner. Jim Joyner is missing from the photo. BASKETBALL CHEERLEADERS JUNIOR VARSITY Sherri Bissett Dawn McDermott Becky TerBerg Cindy Hamilton Amy VanLinder Jodie Morgan Sue Howes Pam Mclntosh Shana Schmidt VARSITY Penny Patterson Patty Shannon Brenda Standley Janet Osman Karen Townsend Judy Schultz Kammy Schultz Judy Kasson Shawn Minne JUNIOR VARSITY VOLLEYBALL Back Row: Coach Jan Grulke, Jean Dunithan, Debbie Dunithan, Angie Fry, Kim Rhodes, Tracy Stamey. Debbie Decamp. Front Row: Tracy Waber. Treasa Reynolds. Kali Curtiss. Sue Fenner. Angie Drobney. JUNIOR VARSITY SCORES VARSITY SCORES G.A. Lost Comstock »i Lost Hackett 11 Won Climax-Scotts »t Won Mattawan 11 Won Springfield 11 Lost GullLake f t Lost K Christain »» Won Bangor »i Won Delton 11 Won St. Phil G.A. Lost Comstock f i Lost Hackett 11 Lost Climax-Scotts t Won Mattawan 11 Lost Springfield 11 Lost GullLake t Lost K Christain t Won Bangor 11 Lost Delton i f Lost St. Phil 62 VARSITY VOLLEYBALL Back Row: Lori Garrett, Wendy Carpender, Leslie Howard, Vicki Bom, Coach Roxanne Tigh. Front Row: Trish Smith, Michelle Green, Paula Allen.Kim Kolo. WE’RE NUMBER ONE! " The 1981 G-A Volleyball team enjoyed their finest season this year, capturing a share of the con- ference title.” .. Next year’s team should be a continued ex- citing one with six letter winners from this year retur- ning ..Roxanne Tigh, Coach. Coach Roxanne Tigh, center; Captains and Seniors Trish Smith, Vicki Born. K.V.A. Title Winners: From Left: Kim Kolodizieizyck, Coach Roxanne Tigh, Lori Garrett. 63 Have you heard the latest? It must be Monday. a legend in their own time. 64 H Another enthusiastic class at G-A. Back Row: Mark Scott. David Nelson, Wally Avis, Steve Kasson, Frank Baker, Jerry Vorva Front Row: Scott Cunningham, Al Warner, Tom Dopp, Todd Nelson, Jerry Lorio, Burke Burlington Absent From Photo: Pat Griffin, Mike Askew 1981 BOYS VARSITY TRACK TEAM 1981 GIRLS VARSITY TRACK TEAM Seniors: Kathy Barrett, Laura Haase Back Row: Cara Mitchell. Tiffany Stump, Karen Townsend. Lynette Baker. Julie Clugston. Yvonne Vorva. Annette Baker. Jill Perkins. Daphne Cox. Front Row: Cindy Kent. Kathy Bell. Elaine Osterling, Coach Forrester. Kathy Barrett. Penny Patterson. Laura Haase. 67 1981 VARSITY TENNIS TEAM Back Row: Calvin Ruecker, Jim Hemenway, Matt Loveland, Mark Scott, Doug Rutledge, Bill Livendale, Tom Doer. Dan Wakefield. Front Row: Coach Smith, Mike Livendale, John Jones, Todd Piper, John Howes, Scott Smith. The 1981 Tennis Team placed 3rd at the Regional Tennis match on May 15. Furthermore, they placed 2nd at the K.V.A. match. Mark Scott 68 “At the beginning of the 1981 season, we set some goals for ourselves, such as the KVA ti- tle, winning season, and the District Championship. At this writing, we are assured of one of the best seasons ever in G-A Girls ' Softball with a current record of 12 wins and 1 loss. We are also assured of at least a tie for the KVA Championship with two games in the KVA left to play. Our pitcher, Lori Garrett, only a junior, is one of the best in the area. When you have a fine pitcher, plus an outstanding blend of good talent in other positions, it makes for a very good softball season. Congratulations, girls, on a really great season.” Varsity Coach Vernon Cramer JV SOFTBALL Front Row: Angie Fry, Sue Howes, Debbie Dunithan, Kelli Whipple, Brenda Landers, Brenda Holt. Back Row: Konne Telfer, Adair Dacey, Kim Rhodes, Kari Turks, Kali Curtis, Vicky Lambert, Dawn Forster. VARSITY SOFTBALL Front Row: Michelle Green, Shawn Minne, Trish Smith, Paula Allen, Kim Kolodizielzyk, Michele Godde. Back Row: Lori Garrett, Wendy Carpenter, Becky Watson, Vickie Born, Cris Baker, Dana Moses, Coach Cramer. S E N I O R S Standing: Cris Baker, Coach Cramer, Dana Moses. Sitting: Trish Smith, Vickie Born. 71 VARSITY BASEBALL Back Row: Rod Manwarren. Don Doorlag. Rich Livingston, Todd Kellam, Steve Kasson, Tim Born. Middle Row: Scott Stanley. Dan Arrick, Denny Shug, Ken Moreland. Larry Kelsey. Front Row: Dan Gazdag, Arnie Srackangast, Scott Burton, Ty Upson. Al Thomas, Dan Eversole 72 w J.V. BASEBALL Front Row: Rob Stewart, Tim Kellam, Steve Hoffman, Rob Howes, Ted Whalen, Doug VanderLugt Second Row: Jeff ' Bissett, Mike Evarts, Jim Joyner, Dave Hartman, Tim Oosting, Jeff Cox. So this is the team you were bragging about! 74 WE’RE SPREADING OUR WINGS WITI-kPARTICIPATION SYMPHONIC BAND First Row: Wendy Miller. Robin Schmidt. Emily Fonken, Elaine Osterling, Kammy Schultz, Shaun Roomsburg, Julie Balmer, Cara Wood. Second Row: Dawn Forster, Julie Stevens, Laura Gettys, Penny Patterson, Michelle Green, Lynette Baker, Wally Avis, Karen Leng, Shana Schmidt. Amy VanLinder. Lori Beadle, Karen Townsend. Marylin Baily, Karen Kelly, Judy Kasson. Third Row: Maria Osterling, Judy Schultz, Chris Hopkins. Craig Bugg, Steve Hoffman. Kellie Whipple. Mike Duggan, Todd Piper, Tim Roe. Mike Sprick. Steve Macomber, Craig Whitehead. Phil Degenkolb, Cathy Gay. Fourth Row: Brian Goode, Marget Johnson, Karen Lewis. Tony Bowker. John Liskovic. Becky Watson, Dan Wakefield, Joe Kalin, Craig Mason, Dave Nelson, Rob G.egory, Doug Smith. Standing: Diane Dorner. Maraget Glenn, Rob Stewart. Rob Howes. Nate Alday. Paul Bryant. Tim Kellam, Mrs. Salada, Laura Haase. PRIDE AND MUSIC The G-A Schools continue to be proud of their tradition of excellent ratings and performances. The Jazz Band has given concerts at the Crossroads Mali, Kala- mazoo Center, and a Midwinter Community concert. The colorful Flags and Twirlers delight spectators at parades and band festi- vals. The Concert Band received a 1 rating at District Band Festival and made the community proud at State Festival and the All School Concert. SENIORS Seated: Karen Leng, Emily Fonken, Shaun Roomsburg, Laura Gettys, Dawn Stevens, Maria Osterling. Standing: Trent Webb. John Liskovic. Laura Haase, Diane Dorner, Dave Nelson, Nate Alday, Doug Smith. JAZZ BAND Front Row: Julie Balmer, Robin Schimdt, Todd Piper, Wendy Miller, Mike Duggan, Doug Rutledge, Wally Avis. Row Two: Mrs. Salada, Maria Osterling, Laura Haase, Nate Alday, Phil Degenkolb, Cathy Gay, Mike Sprick, Tim Roe. Row Three: Dave Nelson, Doug Smith, Rob Gregory, Dawn Stevens, Dan Wakefield, Craig Mason. PRACTICE! PRACTICE! PRACTICE! 80 FLAGS Margaret Glenn, Karen Kelly, Laura Gettys, Cathy Gay, Lynette Baker, Penny Patterson, Diane Dorner, Robin Schmidt DRUM MAJOR AND TWIRLERS Elaine Osterling, Dawn Forster. Tim Roe. Kellie Whipple. Karen Leng 81 DOWNHILL SKI CLUB 80-81 Back Row: Ken Moreland, Tom Dopp, Frank Baker, Dan Arrick, Scott Hamilton, Todd Kellam, Diane Dorner, Patty Shannon, Micheline Berry, Beth Baxter, Jodi Braden, Janice Mason, Debbie Blue, Karen Leng. Middle Row: Marilyn Bailey, Cindy Kent, Gail Loveland, Lori Bea- dle, Beth DeForest, Elaine Osterling, George VanLinder. Steve Hoffman, Angie Fry, Kelly Whipple. Front Row: Carrie Jock, Cindy Hamilton, Judy Kasson, Penny Patterson, Shawn Minne, Karen Townsend, Tim Kellam. CADETS Third Row: Robin Hotchkiss, Teri Cox, Dan Gazdag, Ron Turks, Jim Wellington, John Osterhouse, Rick Packer, Denny Schug, Todd Nelson, Doug Rutledge. Second Row: Karen Hermanns, Dana Moses. Dawn Weld, Jan Mezo, Ken Moreland, Patty Shannon, Tom Dopp, Scott Hamilton, David Nelson, Rich Livingston, Linda Reitz. First Row: Cris Baker, Dawn Stevens. Laura Haase, Shaun Roomsburg, Brenda Standley. Vickie Born, Angie Burris. Kathy Barrett, Sue Fenner, Cindy Baxter. LIBRARY CLUB 84 Standing: Linda Reitz, Sue Fenner, Karen Hopkins, Shaun Roomsburg, Amy Bowers, Mrs. Smddy, Tammy Packer, Laura Haase, Debra McDermott. Julie Howes. Dawn Sharp. Seated: Michele Goode. Julie Stewart, Andrea Cox, Janice Mason, Robbin Hotchkiss Kneeling: Vickie Born, Brenda Standley. COMMERCIAL CLUB Fourth Row: Marilyn Baily, Casey Hamilton, Andrea Cox, Kammy Schultz. Diane Dorner, Debbie Blue. Karen Leng, Lori Boniface, Kathy Barrett, Janice Mason. Third Row: Emily Fonken, Karen Townsend, Amy Bowers, Wendy Carpenter, Michele Goode, Linda Wellington, Lori Blue, Beth Deforest, Tammy Packer, Kim Madden Second Row: Judy Kasson, Penny Patterson, Mrs. Stokes, Maria Osterling, Laura Haase, Margaret Glenn, Judy Schultz, Konne Telfer. First Row: Julie Howes, Elaine Osterling, Robin Schmidt, Julie Balmer, Cara Wood, Sheri Lambert HOME ECONOMICS Second Row: Emily Fonken, Elaine Osterling, Annette Baker, Wendy Miller, Tracy Fahrenbacher, Becky TerBerg, Amy Morrison, Dawn Sharp, Dana Moses, Tammy Packer, Shawn Minne, Kim Madden. First Row: Jodi Musselman. Janet Osman, Lori Freemire. Mrs. Longton, Robin Hotchkiss, Janice Mason, Karen Hermanns. CO-VALEDICTORIANS SALUTATORIAN Doug Rutledge The class of 1981 at G-A had co-valedictorians — Doug Rutledge and Arney Srackangast. who both maintained a perfect 4.0 grade point average throughout high school. Steve Kasson, salutatorian, was a close second with a 3.963 GPA. Arney Srackangast Steve Kasson 86 NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Front Row: Todd Piper, Mike Duggan, Julie Balmer, Wendy Carpenter, Tracy Chapin, Julie Howes, Craig Mason. 2nd Row: Patty Shannon, Emily Fonken, Karen Leng, Shaun Roomsburg, Mary Rutherford. Chris Aldrich, Janice Mason. 3rd Row: Steve Kasson, Scott Hamilton, Tom Dopp. Wally Avis, David Nelson, Arney Srackangast. Back Row: Todd Nelson, Don Doorlag, Phil Degenkolb, Doug Rutledge, Nate Alday. TOPTENSENIORS Front Row: Arney Srackangast, Emily Fonken, Mary Rutherford, Chris Aldrich, Patty Shannon. Back Row: Tom Dopp, Doug Rutledge. Steve Kasson, David Nelson, Todd Nelson. 87 YEARBOOK EDITORS The yearbook staff put in many long hours selling advertising, taking pictures, writing, drawing, and doing layout. Underclassmen made many contributions to this historical ac- count of the 1980-81 school year. They take pride in this book as they are proud of their school. Mary Rutherford. Janice Mason, and Debbie Blue — sales and writing; Patty Shannon — writiing and photography. Mary Rutherford Business Manager Mark Scott — Photographer, Writer. and Salesman Front Row: Karen Kelly, Judy Schultz, Mary Rutherford, Mark Scott, Cindy Hamilton, Carrie Jock. Middle Row: Micheline Berry, Diane Dorner, Debbie Blue, Janice Mason, Patty Shan¬ non, Mrs. Avery. Back Row: Linda Wellington, George VanLinder, Craig Whitehead. Brad Cut- shall, Tony Bowker. PATRONS PAGE The yearbook staff would like to thank the following who greatly helped us by contributing: Herm and Mary Alday The James Avery Family Mr. and Mrs. A. Wayne Berger Duane D. Bowker Dennis and Shirley Bresson Evelyn E. Burke Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cutshall Mrs. Mariell Gazdag Donald and Lydia Gettys Dalyn and Nancy Hoffman Robert and Joanne Hutchins Walt, Peggy, and Craig Jennings The Marcia Jock Family Kalamazoo Medical, P.C. Charles and Shirley Kasson Mr. and Mrs. Gale Kellam Beverly A. Kleinhans Mr. and Mrs. Charles Knoblock Dorothy LoBretto Gene and Ada Manwarren and Family Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Mason Bill and Ruth McArthur Norman and Margery Nelson LeRoy and Vivian Nowakowski Don and Nancy Rutherford Dr. and Mrs. Gerald D. Rutledge The Schug Family Clinton, Judy, Brian, and Mark Scott Mr. and Mrs. David Shannon Betty Shirley Larry and Kay Taylor Gary and Carol VanderLugt Robert and Kathy VanSickler Jim and Kay Whitehead Jim and Polly Youngs Ed and Pat Zahn LENG’S HARDWARE This page courtesy of: Galesburg, Mich. Phone 665-9810 Hardware, Plumbing, and Sporting Goods 89 STUDENT COUNCIL Back Row: Emily Fonken, Janice Mason, Patty Shannon, Tom Dopp, Doug Rutledge, Karen Leng. Third Row: Kammy Schultz, Cara Wood, Julie Howes, Mike Dug. Second Row: Dan Arrick, Pat Griffin, George VanLinder. Penny Patterson. First Row: Vince Molica, Tom Doerr, Bill Livendale. Annette Baker. Sec. Patty Shannon, Pres. Tom Dopp, Treas. Doug Rutledge 90 Sec. Kammy Schults, Treas. Julie Howes, Pres. Cara Wood, V. Sec. Emily Fonken. Pres. Karen Leng, Treas. JaniceMason Pres. Mike Duggan 91 CLASS OFFICERS JUNIORS SENIORS FRESHMEN V. Pres. Bill Livendale, Pres. Tom Doerr, Sec. Annette Baker, Treas. Vince Molica WE’RE SPREADING OUR 92 WINGS WITH DETERMINATION I 93 TROPICAL SPLENDOR “Tropical Splendor” was the theme for the 1981 Jr.-Sr. Prom. The Jr. Class outdid itself this year, having the Prom at the Battle Creek Federal Center and catered by Daane ' s. In the spirit of a Hawaiian luau, everyone received orchid leis. After the dinner-dance, with music provided by “Bones " , it was on to the YMCA and Continental Lanes in Kalamazoo. Thanks. Juniors, for a night we’ll never forget. 94 CONGRATULATIONS » CLASS OF “81”! 6151 So. Westnedge “You’ve Got to See It to Believe It” FEATURING THE ORIGINAL CEKOLA ' S PIZZA Portage, Mich. Across From Southland Mali Open Daily 11 A.M. Sunday 3:00 P.M. Compliments of GRANT’S GENERAL STORE f 1 33 West Battle Creek Street ■■■ Galesburg, Michigan THE 49053 FirstNationalBank KELLY ELECTRIC CO. 710 N. Webster Street Augusta, Michigan 49012 Jay • 731-4432 Steve • 746-4990 Rich’s WATER CARE® Sales Service Rental of Automatic Soft Water Service or Own Your Own Your Independen! Water Conditioning Expert Franehised for Kalamazoo County Salt Deliverv 665-9289 Galesburg “Good Luek. Rams” WASTE MANAGEMENT OF MICHIGAN — KALAMAZOO Congratulates the Class of 1981 Your “Symbol of Service” Solid Waste Hauler 3520 E. Cork St. Kalamazoo, Michigan 382-1081 Robert J. Evenhouse General Manager 100 Quality Manufacturers of Heat-Resistant Component Parts for Cast Link Conveyorized Heat-Treat Furnaces. TIRE ENGINEERS Always Good Prices Ouality Tires Fast Friendly Service 24 Hr. Truck Tire Service 5571 King Highway Comstock, Michigan Day or Night Phone 344-6171 103 GALESBURG SERVICE CENTER 144 W. Michigan Galesburg, Mich. 49053 Duane Bowker Owner State Certified Mechanic Our Complete Auto Service Includes Tune Ups — Cooling Systems — Tires Alternators — Generators — Starters Mufflers and Talipipes — Wheel Balancing Brakes Including Disc — Shock Absorbers — Springs Bali Joints and U-Joints — Batteries 24 Hour Towing Days 665-7066 Nites 731-5386 The YEARBOOK STAFF Thanks the Community for Financial Support 104 . % NEIGHBORS IN A GLOBAL VILLAGE. The earth is shrinking. Today what happens in one part of the world sends ripples to all corners of the globe. In a very real sense, we all have become neighbors in a global village. No nation, no Corporation, and no individual can stand alone. As your neighbor, The Upjohn Company is dedicated to improving the quality of life for all. Through research. Quality products. Community Service. And respectfor the environment. We strive to be a good neighbor in today ' s global village. 105 Upjohn Congratulations Class of ’81 A.M. TODD CO. Kalamazoo, Mich. A TOTALLY NEW CONCEPT IN SMART MONEY MANAGEMENT 50 FREE CHECKS S»gn up for your interest-earning checkmg account nght now. with a deposit of $300 or more and you II be ntitied to 50 free personalized checks A CHECKING ACCOUNT THAT PAYS YOU INTEREST Good Luck ’81 Graduates HARDING’S of GALESBURG Best of Luck BELL’S UNION — 76 Galesburg Congratulations to the Class of ’81 GALESBURG-AUGUSTA EDUCATION ASSOCIATION Best Wishes to the Class of1981 AUGUSTA CORNER STORE KNAPPEN MILLING CO. 110 S. Water St. Augusta, Mich. Gas — Oil — Groc. Imported Beer and Wines Lottery Tickets 101 E. Mich. 731-5447 Congratulations to the Class of 1981 INMAN’S LOU-DON FARMS II Famous for Food Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Hanson 4115 North 36th, Galesburg, Michigan 49053 Hunters and Jumpers Boarding Training Lessons and Showing Phone 665-9782 T 400 E. Mich. Ave. Congratulations KAL-GALE PRINTING Galesburg, Ml BATTLE CREEK SHOPPER Columbia Ave. Battle Creek Best Wishes to the Class of 1981 CHRIS ALDRICH Outstanding Business Student mEiJER thrifty acres Compliments of AUVIL AUTO BODY 13749 Augusta Dr. (M-96) Augusta, Mich. 49012 Ph.(616)731-4843 SCHIEBER INSURANCE A Full Service Agency 47 West Michigan Avenue Galesburg, Michigan 49053 Phone 665-7700 Dale Schieber Life — Health — Auto Home — Business and Group Insurance 109 GALESBURG-AUGUSTA HIGH SCHOOL, MIDDLE SCHOOL, JAZZ BAND CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF 81! HAVE A GOOD YEAR! Congratulations Class of 81 ! Compliments of PEERLESS PET FOODS OF BATTLE CREEK 700 North 20th St., Battle Creek, MI 49016 Your Specialty Is Our Specialty 730 E. Cork Street 345-3437 Compliments of GEORGE EWING, INC. TRAVEL TRAILER SALES ROELOF DAIRY George Ewing Galesburg, Michigan 49053 4251 W. Columbia Ave. Battle Creek, Mich. 49017 (616) 965-0597 (616) 342-4916 TOYOTA OF BATTLE CREEK ★ Corona ★ Tercel ★ Celica St and GT ★ Corolla ★ Land Cruiser ★ Pick-Ups If You Can Find a Better Built Small Car .. Sales — Service — Parts Sales Hours Mon. and Wed. 8:30-8 Tues., Thurs. and Fri. 8:30-6 Sat. 8:30-3 Service and Parts 8-5:30 963-1152 4343 W. Columbia . Buy It. • Southland Mali • Corklana Shopping Center • Crossroads Mali • Shops at Harpo’s Alley 112 COURT PLAYERS CLUB Offers You the Finest in Court Sport Facilities Best Wishes Class of 1981 " The Name Racquetball Goes by in Kalamazoo” 6529 S. Westnedge Portage 323-0011 • 2 Convenient Locales • Free Attended Nurseries • 20 Regulation Courts • Fitness Exercise Equipment • Saunas Whirlpools 315 Turwill Kalamazoo 382-4111 GREAT LAKES ELECTRONICS 390 E. Michigan Augusta, Mi. OLD FARM MARKET Compliments of Best Wishes Phone 731-5649 KIRBY SALES SERVICE 1506 S. Burdick, Kalamazoo Congratulations to the Seniors GALESBURG MANUFACTURING CO INC. 113 The G-A Community Ed. Aerobics Dance Class h SAN D l ' s i e r s 7 For Appointment Call: Sponsored by l 665-9808 g 65 W. Battle Creek St. p Galesburg, Mich. 49053 S Sandi Clark - Owner Wishing You Life’s Best RED and BARBARA SMUGARS t BRUCE R. PERRY AND COMPANY Office 381-1600 Residence 344-2371 Good Luck AUGUSTA TELEPHONE CO. 114 CLASSIC HAIR STYLES 104 E. Clinton St. Augusta 731-4806 Hours Operi: Mon. Tues Thurs. Friday. Jill Born, (Owner) Phone 665-9973 A. D. MADDEN PLUMBING HEATING CONTRACTING l FIT APPAP£L ACCE550WE5 Hieh WBSSr ' » EXPEBEJJCE THE AJPTIC STYLE AND. sophisticatioM OFA BOlte BftAlfo OBJOIKAL GBEATIOfl 10044 East “G” Avenue Galesburg, Michigan 49053 Congratulations Class of 1981 HAMILTON AND ASSOCIATES 115 KENDALL INDUSTRIAL SUPPLIES, INC. 702 North 20th Street Battle Creek. Michigan 49016 KALAMAZOO MILL SUPPLY COMPANY Complete Line of Steel and Industrial Supplies 1820 Lake Street Kalamazoo, Michigan 49001 Congratulations to the Class of “81” Phone: 616-349-9641 Ent. 6947 Congratulations and Best Wishes Seniors! SINGREY’S DYER AUTO BODY ONE STOP SHOP Congratulates the Class 5917 Kings Hwy. Comstock, Ml of1981 49041 Phone 342-4049 116 Sales and Service...Ali in Southland Mali PHONES: Sal. hourt Mon. Htrw M. t- . Sal. 9-6 327-70«« MU VM V Swvk. Kovn Moa. rt rw Sat. -} 337.4753 • Ctf DIT TtRMS AVAILASU Compliments of STA-RITE BEAUTY SHOP 300 E. Michigan Augusta, Michigan Phone 731-4717 Closed Monday and Tuesday Good Luck Seniors Compliments of SANDINIS PIZZA SUB SHOPPE 85 W. Battle Creek St. Galesburg HOAG-SWITZER FUNERAL HOME 145 W. Battle Creek St. Galesburg, Michigan 117 Best of Luck ’81 Seniors RED TOP TAVERN Home of the Augusta Burger 118 Congratulations HOUSE OF ING OF BATTLE CREEK Industrial Cleaning Supplies — Floor Machines — Vacuum Sweepers KALAMAZOO SANITARY SUPPLY CO. 410 E. South Street Phone — 349-6637 Ralph Claxton Kalamazoo, Mich. 49007 119 s E N I O R S Compliments of G-A ATHLETIC BOOSTERS Congratulations STEDTO THE TIMIDOrI THE WEAK A T H L E T E S SOUTHWESTERN MICHIGAN VETERINARIAN ASSOCIATION Good Luck Class of “81” Congratulations Grads LISKOVEC’S LAWN AND GARDEN Galesburg Congratulations Class of “81” Congratulations “81” DREAMER’S GALESBURG LOCKER FURNITYRE COMPANY MEAT COMPANY 146 Battle Creek St. 58 Mill Street Galesburg, Michigan 49053 Galesburg, Ml 49053 Phone 665-7260
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