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TEKONSHA COMMUNITY HIGH SCHOOL
Tekonsha, MichiganIt is with a deep sense of gratitude and pride that we, the Tekonsha Annual Staff, dedicate this annual to the 1963-1964 teaching staff of Tekonsha High. By sharing their patience and wisdom with each of us, they have helped us become better persons. We especially appreciate their enthusiastic support to our organizations and extracurricular activities; they were always willing to advise and counsel any who desired it. We feel that this school is especially fortunate in having a faculty of such superior quality. The faculty works uncomplainingly, with little recognition, pounding knowledge into the impenetrable depth of the student’s head. They are the core - the heartbeat of any school system. For their devotion and guidance to our students and school, we
will always be grateful.School Board
STANDING, from Left to right: Clyde Shedd, Robert Bowling, Fred Thenen, Howard Main. SEATED, from Left to right; Jim Tidd, John Copeland, Ella Thomas.
SEATED, from Left to right; Donna Brown, Barbara Taylor, Ronald Johnson.MRS. WARWICK MR. KING MR FULTON
Principal, Latin I Secretary Superintendent
MR SWEET Business Ed., Drivers Ed. , 7th English
MR RICHARDSON Baseball, Social Studies, Boys Gym, Football, Reserve Basketball
MR ROUNDS Mathematics, Chemistry
MR LINDQUEST Shop Mechanical Drawing, Boys Gym Jr. High MathMR. MILLER
7th Science Vocational Agriculture
MR JOHNSON 7th English English, Varsity Basketball Assistant Football
7th Geography Home Economics
Music, Elementary Music Elementary Principal
MR MARTINSON Jr. High Math, 8th Science Biology
MRS. ROUNDS Girls Gym, French ICooks
MaintenanceSenior Class Officers
Left to right; Gus Feiler, Treasurer; Mr. Johnson, Advisor; Valerie Douglas, Secretary; Susan Blackwell, Reporter; Ron Tobalski, President; Don Tobalski, Vice-President.
ALWOODJunior Class Officers
Left to right: Mr. Rounds, Advisor; Kandy Kowalski, Secretary; Patty Potter, Reporter; Mike Bowling, Vice-President; Pam Main, Treasurer; Nancy Casebeer, Historian; Glenn Sweet, President.
Andrea Althaver-Kathy Brown Mike Bowling Nancy Casebeer
Bob Copeland Kathryn Copeland Gary Davis Nancy DoolittleVickie Dyer John Goheen Kandy Kowalski Larry Lloyd
Sandy Mahrle Jerry Martinson Pam Main Earl McFadden
Alice Melville Kathy Millard Mary Olds Pat Palmatier
Judy Parks Patty Potter Larry Putnam Sharon Rainey
Sharon Rarick Linda Reese Keith Reincke Mike Rowe
Kenneth Thorton Janice Sanford Glenn Sweet Ross WalkerSophomore Class Officers
Left to right: Philip Shaffer, Secretary; Patty Millard, President; Mr. Richardson, Sponsor; Earl Weller, Treasurer; Leo Herman, Vice-President; and Jerry Thompson, Reporter.
Ronald Amsler Sue Ashba June Berry Gwynne Dexter
Penny Drudge Bill Ewers Fay Griffith Nancy HillLeo Herman Brenda Katz Dick Leatherbury Roger Lloyd
Marilyn Macky Jim Mahrle Patty Millard Jean O'dell
Paulette Olds Cindy Paradine Sharon Patten
Pete Ragusa Gwyn Randall Charleen Rarick
Ruth Rowe Don Selby Phil Shaffer Ed Shumway
Jerry Thompson Conrad Voshen Earl Weller Ron WhitcombFreshman Officers
Left to right: Jim Duty, President; David Lindsey, Vice-President; Mr. Martinson, Advisor; Peggy Martison, Secretary-Treasurer; Nancy Martinson, Reporter.
John Abel Paul Ashba Gordon Banks Kerry Blashfield
Tom Bowling Richard Brown Linda Camp Dorrie Cavinder
Kay Copeland Donna Davis Jim Duty Cheryl DyerMarcia Goheen Danielle Hall Robert Harrier Mary Herman
Dennis Jackson Linda Janusz Carolyn Jordon Barry Katz
Fred Katz David Lindsey Nancy Martinson Peggy Martinson
Sharon Melville George Millard Alice Newland Lenore Olds
Brian Palmatier Curtis Putnam Kenneth Reincke Ronald Reincke
Edward Richards Ronnie Russell Linda Sanland Jerry Shedd
Ima Jean Sizemore Charles Stemaly Gary Watkins Steve Wilbur"I like this town." This is what Ruthy Jaime says about Tekonsha. Ruthy is a native of Santiago. Chile, a city of two million people. She has lived there all of her seventeen years. She is now living with the Clare Martinson family as an exchange student.
Ruthy completed her high school education in Santiago in December of 1963. She was a student at the "Liceo Experimental Manuel de Salas," an experimental school under the direction of the University of Chile. Ruthy speaks English very well, but until now has never spoken it outside the classroom.
Ruthy attends most all of the activities of the school, church, and community. During her stay in Tekonsha she has made many friends and actually become a part of the community. I am sure that after Ruthy returns to Chile in July she will miss her American friends as much as we will miss her.
Ruthy is the first exchange student Tekonsha has had, and I know everyone has enjoyed having her with us for the past seven months.Mike Abel Vivian Banks Charles Berry Jerry Brawner Dennis Bush
Charles Bush Marsha Carney Carol Case beer John Copeland Edith Crawford
John Davis Ruth Densmore David Doolittle Mike Ewers David Goheen
Tom Graham Melissa Houvener Bernadette Katz Gretchen Kowalski Carol Lee
Dennis Palmatier Kay Patton Mike Reese Tom Rounds John Sanford
Penny Shaffer Sally Shumway Wanda Summers Andy Stemaly Linda Thatcher
Fred Thenen Ann Thornton Mary Vanderpool Clifton Voshen Diana Walker
Randy Waltz John Weimer Richard Whitcomb Danny Woolf Delores YatesSeventh Grade
Raymond Ball Janet Camp Phil Cavinder Gary Crawford Wayne Cox Diane Doolittle
Owen Drudge Rhonda Duty Inez Fousel Donald Holevenski Cheryle Hughes
Nancy Jackson Suzanne Jordon Craig Leatherbury Brenda Lloyd James Lindsey
Susan Macomber Joseph Millard Jacqueline Miller Dianne Palmatier Ray Potter
Leland Putman Linda Putman Terry Ragina Cynthia Reincke Kathleen Richards
Tim Richards Kenneth Russell Lester Shaffer Keith Shedd Jeffry Sherwood
Dean Sizemore Patty Smith Richard Stuart David Swick Elaine True blood
Mike Waffle Donna Walters Robert Whitcomb John Winter Russell Woods
Dance Band Varsity Basketballl
Senior Football Players7th Grade Basketball
8th Grade BasketballFootball CheerleadersReserve Basketball Cheerleaders
Majorettes8th Grade CheerleadersEIGHTH
Our team in action.
King Jerry crowning Queen Karen.
Past royalty crowning present king and queen.
Royal Court of 1963Junior Play
The Junior Class presented the play, "The Boarding House Reach," April 10, 1964. When Wilbur Maxwell turned the Maxwell home into a boarding house, and dad got taken to jail, all sorts of hilarious happenings took place and made an action-filled, laugh-filled comedy.
Wilbur Maxwell - GLENN SWEET Betty Lou Maxwell - JANICE SANFORD Connie Maxwell - KATHY BROWN John Maxwell - KENNETH THORNTON Janet Maxwell - KANDY KOWALSKI Hercules Nelson - JERRY MARTINSON Bernadine Smith - KATHY MILLARD
Limpy McGuire - GARY DAVIS
Nora McGuire - PAM MAIN
Herman - "90-Volt" Jones - EARL McFADDEN
Roughhouse Ruby - ANDREA ALTHAVER
Mr. Potter - BOB COPELAND
Lucy Bums - NANCY CASEBEER
Mrs. Mott - SANDRA MAHRLE
Aunt Mary - KATHRYN COPELAND Connolly - LARRY PUTNAM
Directors - MR. and MRS. W. T. ROUNDSz-z-z-z-z-z-z-z-z
Shall I knock his block off?
A boarding house!
Back stage preparations.Junior-Senior Banquet
Thursday, May 31, brought forth the annual Junior-Senior Banquet. The speaker of the evening was Mr. Jess Foster. A very fine program was presented and enjoyed by all.
Baked Ham Potato Salad Molded Salads Assorted Breads Walnut Cake
Coffee - Milk - Mints
Raisin Sauce Chicken Salad Escalloped Corn Relishes
KAREN BLACKWELL Betty Crocker Homemaker Award, Salutatorian
VALERIE DOUGLAS Salutatorian
LEE BERGERS ON Valedictorian
JERRY LONG John Phillip Sousa Band Award
SHARON BROWN D. A. R. Good Citizen Award
JERRY MARTINSON Athlete of the Year
ALWYN GROHOLSKE Star Chapter Farmer DeKalb Agricultural Accomplishment AwardSchool Picnic — 1964
Okay gang, we're going to do the Bird!!! So whats wrong with that greasy kid stuff???
Exit, stage left!!
Man. when the faculty has a party its the craziest!!!Graduation
The Tekonsha High School Graduation exercises took place at the new gymnasium May 28, 1964.
The speakers for the evening were H. Wayne Fulton, the Reverends Graham and Johnston, and speeches were given by the ten honor students of the class.
Scholarships from various universities were awarded to members of the class.
Presentation of diplomas was given by James Tidd with an honor certificate going to our exchange student, Ruthie Jaime.Senior TripSenior ActivitiesSenior Accomplishments
DOUGLAS ALLEN - Junior Play; Basketball 1,2,3; Baseball 1,4; Football 1; Class Officer 1; F. F. A. 4. CHARLEEN ALWOOD - Junior Play; Class Officer 2; Tom Tom Staff 3; Annual Staff 2,3.
ELWYN BERGERSON - Valedictorian; Junior Play; Band 1,2; F. F. A. 1,2; Varsity Club 4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Football 1.
KAREN BLACKWELL - Salutatorian; F. H. A. 1,2,3, 4; Junior Play; Cheerleader 1,2,3,4; Court 4;
Class Officer 3; Glee Club 1,2; Betty Crocker Homemaker of Tomorrow.
SUSAN BLACKWELL - Honor Student; Annual Staff 2,3,4; Cheerleader 1,2,3,4; Glee Club 1,2;
Class Officer 3,4; Junior Play; F. H. A. 1,2,3,4.
SHARON BROWN - Honor Student; F. H. A. 1,2,3,4; Junior Play; Glee Club 1,2; D. A. R. Good Citizen Award; Librarian 4; Tom Tom Staff 3; Annual Staff 3,4.
GERALDINE COWLES - F. H. A. 1,2,3, 4; Tom Tom Staff 3; Librarian 3.
LINDA DAVIS - F. H. A. 1,2,3, 4; Junior Play; Glee Club 1,2; Top Magazine Salesman (girl); Librarian 1; F. N. C. 1,2,3,4; Court 2; Band 1; Cheerleader 1,2,3,4; F. F. A. Chapter Sweetheart 4. VALERIE DOUGLAS - Salutatorian; F. H. A. 1.2.3, 4; French Club 2,3; F. T. A. 1; National Honor Society 2,3; F. N. C. 4; Class Officer 4; G. A. A. 2; Pep Club 3.
LAWRENCE FEILER - Junior Play; Honor Student; Class Officer 3,4; Baseball 3,4; Court 1; Football 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Varsity Club 1,2,3,4; Football Captain 4.
ALWYN GROHOLSKE - F. F. A. 1,2,3,4; Varsity Club 4; Basketball 1,2, 3,4; Star Chapter Farmer 1962-63, 1963-64; DeKalb Agricultural Accomplishment Award for Outstanding Senior in Vo-Ag 4.
CHERYL HALL - F. H. A. 4; Junior Play; Class Officer 4; F. N. C. 4; Glee Club 1,2; Librarian 3. ROBERT HUMESTON - Junior Play; Court 3; Honor Student; F. F. A. 1,2,4.
JANET KELLER - F. H. A. 1,2,3, 4; Junior Play; Class Officer 3; Annual Staff 3,4; Glee Club 1.2;
Cheerleader 1,2,3,4; Court 3.
WILLIAM LAMEE - F. F. A. 1,2, 3, 4; Baseball 2.
GERRY LONG - Class Officer 2; Basketball 1,2,3; Tom Tom Staff 3; Football 1.
JERRY LONG - Junior Play; Class Officer 1,2,3; Football 1; Glee Club 1,2; Dance Band 1,2,3, 4;
Band 1,2,3,4; Court 4; John Phillip Sousa Band Award 4.
RICHARD MILLIMAN - Junior Play; Class Officer 1,2,3; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Varsity Club 2,3,4;
Baseball 1,4; Football 1,2,3, 4.
RICK PILERI - Junior Play; Dance Band 1,2,3,4; Band 1,2,3; F. F. A. 1,2,4; Basketball 3; Football
LOREN SCHOFIELD - Junior Play; Class Officer 3; F. F. A. 1,2; Dance Band 1; Varsity Club 4; Band 1; Football 1,2,3,4.
BOB SELBY - Top Magazine Salesman (boy); Class Officer 2; Court 2; Baseball 1,2,3; Basketball 1, 2,3,4; Football 1.2.3,4; Varsity Club 1,2,3,4; Basketball Most Valuable Player 1,2,3,4; Baseball Most Valuable Player 1,3.
CURTIS SHAFFER - Junior Play; Band 1.2; F. F. A. 1,2; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Varsity Club 2,3,4; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Football 1,2,3,4; Captain of Baseball 4; Basketball Captain 4; Most Valuable Football Player 4.
DON TOBOLSKl - Class Officer 4; F. F. A. 2,3,4.
RON TOBOLSKl - Class Officer 4; F. F. A. 2; Honor Student.
CARROLL TRUEBLOOD - Junior Play; Tom Tom Staff 3; Court 1; Class Officer 2; Honor Student.Class Will
It is our desire that Doug Allen, following in the footsteps of Jerry Thompson, continue to make feminine hearts beat fast.
I, Charleen Alwood, will my ability to sneak out of Mr. Miller's study hall to Janice Sanford who can never make it.
I, Lee Bergerson, will my ability to receive Valedictorian award to anyone who will give studying a try.
I, Karen Blackwell, will my cheerleading outfit to Leo Herman who has such cute knees.
I, Susan Blackwell, will my wonderful happy high school days to the freshmen.
I, Sharon Brown, will my librarian position to Steve Cavinder who avoids books of all kinds.
I, Geraldine Cowles, will nothing to nobody because I want it all to myself.
1, Linda Davis, will my cheerleading ability to Donna Davis hoping she has as much fun.
I, Valerie Douglas, will my ability to copy the latest hair styles to Jerry Martinson.
I, Gus Feiler, will my way with the girls to Earl Weller who hasn’t one yet.
I, Alwyn Groholski, will my farming ability to Nancy Doolittle who is interested in farmers.
I. Cheryl Hall, will to all needy freshmen the ability to take a joke.
I, Bob Humeston, will my quiet ways and bashful manner to Glenn Sweet.
I, Ruth Jaime, will my ability to make friends to the shy boy sitting in the corner.
I, Janet Keller, will my ability to get the car to Pete Ragusa who is always walking.
I, Bill LaMee, will my ability to stay neutral in an argument to anyone who needs it.
I, Gerry Long, will my driving ability to the kids taking drivers training this summer.
I, Jerry Long, will my musical talents to Don Selby who says he can't carry a tune.
1, Mary Melville, will my ability to flirt and not show it to Kathy Millard.
I, Richard Milliman, will my job at the station to that hard working Larry Putnam.
I, Rick Pileri, will my heighth to Mike Bowling who is still growing.
I, Loren Schofield, will good gas milage to Ron Whitcomb. Running out of gas is an old excuse Ron.
I, Bob Selby, will my ability to play basketball to the freshmen girls.
I, Curt Shaffer, will my date book to Gary Davis who has a good start.
I, Carol Tobey, will my book "Black like Me” to Mike Rowe who has always wanted to read it.
I, Don Tobalski, will my quiet ways to Earl McFadden whose ways are never the quiet kind.
I,_ Ron Tobalski, will my class presidency to next years lucky guy.
I, Carroll Trueblood, will my ability to be on the honor roll without really trying.Annual Staff Before
Annual Staff After
Mrs. Newman Patty Baker Judy Bingle Penny Brownell Tom Ciotta John Cummings
Gregory Hall Ronald Hamilton Shirley Jordon Even Kowalski Marsha Lewis Charles Mack Merry Palmatier Lora Phelps Donna Potter Tina Ragina Barbara Richards Charles Richards James Sizemore Lonnie Cole Connie Spires Raymond Thenen Linda Weller Sandra Woods
Laura Boley Pam Callahan Sherry Cummings Steve Kidney Ronnie Macomber Shirley Mannier Brenda Marshall Jimmy Macomber Paul Millard Ted Morley Julie Sanford Phillip Scherer
Jane Sherwood Sheryl Stefan Teddy Weimer Bonnie Winterstein Keith Winterstein Walter WoodsFirst
Mrs. Anderson Dian Boshears Bryon Boley Christy Copeland Mike Hopkins Gale Casebeer Beverly Hughes Westky Jones Debbie Johnson Kim Klingamen Sidney McFadden Phyllis Mains Mark Olds Larry Palmatier
Lois Reese Melissa Sickmiller Vickie Shillings Phyllis Shillings Kathy Sweet Jackie Sizemore Kevin Tidd
Mrs. Sanders Nancy Banks Tim Brewer Kenneth Brownell Robin Callahan Steven Ciotta Steven Clark
John Duty Gene Goheen Christine Johnson Elizebeth Macomber Shelly McAtee Kandy McFadden Barbara Melville Patti Miller Berry’ Nelson Douglas Newton Rickv Phelps Duane Potter Debby Powell Penny Richards
Debbie Richards Jimmy Russel Randy Russel Bruce Shedd Roxanne Smith Brad Stefan Beth TaylorFirst and Third
Miss Latta Diane Boshear Ricky Begley Michael Casebeer Michael Duckham Steffan Eberts Donna Hunsicker Eula Johnson Barbara Keifer Robert King Alan Miller Ronald Melville Chelly Moody Terry Palmatier
Donald Potter Scott Sellers Brian Shedd Ricky Shilling Robin Tidd April Watkins
Mrs. Martinson Cindy Able George Baker Ronnie Ball Sandra Ball Carolyn Bowling Marilyn Bowling Ruth Cummings Calvin Cummings Mary Davis Chris Fousel Kathy Hamilton Gary Hill Jeff Jones Jim Jordon David Kidney Duane Macomber Denise Mattson Donnie Melville Mike Millard Jacklyn Newton Walter Raginia Donald Richards Linda Selby Donna Sizemore Norman Taylor Jerry Thenen Karen Weller Loretta Weller Steven Weller Robin Williams Shelly Wiescholek Barbera Woods Wayne WoodsFourth
Fourth, Fifth, Sixth
Mrs. Voshen Terry Avery Nena Begley Cindy Ciotta Barbera Collins Bill Cummings Peggy Groholski Susan Hopkins Ronnie Hughes Chris Katz Steve Klingaman Ruth Keifer Buddy Kidney Mary Kowalski Debbie McFadden Steve Marshall Tom Melville Debbie Millard Ray Moody Linda Newland Peggy Palmatier
Cathy Pike Susan Potter Mike Richards Ricky Richards Nancy Russell Marvin Shaffer Sue Sommer
Mrs. Herrick Denise Boshears Patty Camp George Davis Wanda Duckham Aileen Fouzel Beth Furu Fred Goheen Douglas Johnson Bruce Karz Teresa McAtee Jean Millard Nancy Millard Deanna Millard
Janet Potter John Smith Judy Reese Penny Reimer Susan Reimer Bill Rounds Amy RoundsFifth
Mrs. Adams Jerry Avery Dean Begley Dennis Berry Pati Brownell Beth Cox Mike Cummings Randy Goheen David Keifer Larry Keifer Alice Letts Tom Miller Steve Newland Colleen Palmatier Connie Patton Susie Phelps Pamela Smith Dalton Stuart Malcolm Vanderpoo! Sue Waffle Richard Waffle
Mrs. Williams Connie Ball Connie Blackwell Dick Callahan Janice Clark Sally Groholski Larry Hughes
Vickie Teeters Alice Thomas Debbie Upston Mike Winters Doug Wilbur Patty Woolfe
Jane Jenkins Kathy Kidney Linda Lambert David Lloyd Larry Lloyd Tom Mahrle Jimmy Osborn Jeri Paradine Jerry Pettit John Phelps Ricky Pike David Rowe Pam Richards Larry Russell Mike SweetCompliments Compliments of
of TEKONSHA F. F. A.
R. G. KING JEWELERS Dates to Remember:
Cider Sale Sept. 28-Oct. 31
Chapter Farmer Night Nov. 12
117 West Michigan Toys for Tots Dance Dec. 12
Marshall Michigan Green Hand Night Jan. 9
District F. F. A. Contest Feb. 10
Regional F. F. A. Contest Feb. 24
Compliments of State F. F. A. Convention, MSU Mar. 23.24,25
RANDALL’S Broiler Raising Program, MSU Apr. 13
Broiler Barbeque Apr. 24
CHICKEN PRODUCTS CO. Judging Contest. MSU May 1
Awards Banquet May 13
Region 1 Leadership Camp July 12.13
Tekonsha Michigan Calhoun County Fair Aug. 15-21
CORLESS Congratulations, Seniors
AND WILBURS FURNITURE
Phone 278-2348 Coldwater Michigan
Compliments of LAUTENSLAGER-LIPSEY,
Lark by Studebaker
McCOMB’S SHOES Maytag Washers and Dryers
Velvet Soft Water Softeners
Coldwater Michigan 781-3612 Compliments of
Congratulations to the Class of 164
TERRY’S BARBER SHOP
EISENHAUER CONSTRUCTION CO.
Rose Building 113 N. Jefferson Street
Phone: STory 1-7620 Marshall, Michigan
Compliments of Compliments of
SANFORDS TEKONSHA JOSEPH LEYDEN
GULF SERVICE AND
Tekonsha Michigan Marshall MichiganCompliments of LOUIE’S BAKERY
114 W. Michigan
MOBIL OIL Quality Bake Goods
Coldwater Michigan Marshall Michigan
THE FIRST STATE BANK Tekonsha _ Michigan © Your Community Bank 3% Interest on Savings Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Congratulations Seniors POWDER PUFF BEAUTY SHOP Burlington Michigan
GROHOLSKI BROTHERS Congratulations, Seniors COLDWATER RECREATION,
On M-60 BOWLING
Burlington Michigan Open Bowling Year Around
Buying Livestock Daily. Top Prices Paid, No Commission Air-Conditioned
Congratulations Phone 278-5325
Class of '64 Coldwater MichiganALTHAVER CHEVROLET, INC.
Junction U. S. 27 and 60 Tekonsha Michigan
Chevrolet Cars and Trucks Corvair and Corvette Chevelle
Quality Groceries - Meats Beer - Wine - Liquors
We Service All Makes.
PUTNAM FUNERAL HOME
OLDS PATIO DRIVE-IN
DOUG OLDS Prop.
To the New
TWO HOUR CLEANERS
C y 9l 57 w- Chicago
Men's and Boys' Clothing
120 W. Michigan Ave. Marshall Michigan
"Good Luck, Always"
SHERWOOD’S DRUG STORE
Prescriptions, Cosmetics, Veterinary Supplies
Congratulations to the Seniors of 1964
Marshall MichiganCompliments of JENKINS STANDARD SERVICE
GREEN’S HARDWARE JOE PETE Standard Oil Products
Tekonsha Michigan Tekonsha Michigan
Compliments of Congratulations, Seniors
FRIEND KEEP MARTINSON
MAIN TAX BOOKKEEPING and Building Materials
SERVICE Phone 767-4179
Congratulations Senior s Tekonsha Michigan
Tekonsha Michigan DOCTOR CHASEMake an Appointment With PALMER’S Best Wishes
Two Barbers to Serve You JACK BOB
Marshall, Michigan DANIEL’S JEWELRY
Phone STory 1-3242 Coldwater Michigan
Intersection of U. S. 27 and M-60
Best Wishes From
VILLAGE VANITY BEAUTY SHOP
TEKONSHA FARMERS CO-OPERATIVE COMPANY
Dealers in Farm Products and
Farm Supplies Phone 767-4116
Phone 767-4181 Tekonsha Michigan
THE BURROWS STORE
of Marshall, Michigan
Congratulates the Seniors of Tekonsha High
156 West Michigan
STory 1-7122Compliments of Compliments of
KIESS JEWELRY ARNOLD AUTO PARTS
Precious Gifts for All Occasions Phone 278-2385
Coldwater Michigan Coldwater Michigan
CARLEEN YAUDES FAMILY BARBER SHOP
TRUCKING 310 N. Broadway Phone 741-9271
Livestock, Grain, and Fertilizer DON, JERRY, DEO
Phone ST 1-7431 Union City Michigan
Ohio Lime Products 1 WOLVERINE ENGRAVING CO 1
8 Miles South on U. S. 27 Marshall Michigan T WOLVERINE ENGRAVING COMPANY Tekonsha Michigan
KELSER FUNERAL HOME Compliments of
103 E. Mansion St. Marshall Michigan Phone STory 1-8311 FAULKNER FLORIST
24 Ambulance Service 55 Green St. 278-4148
GEORGE A. KELSER PAUL S. KELSER Coldwater MichiganCongratulations Seniors of 1964
RONAN KUNZL, INC.
East on M-60 Union City, Michigan Phone 741-4621
HENRY AND BLANCHE WALTER
LEONA’S BEAUTY SALON
328 N. Main Tekonsha Michigan
Open 9-5 Evenings by Appointments Closed Mondays Phone 767-3552
Michigan's Largest Farm Tire Headquarters
DALLY TIRE CO.
2 HOUR DRY CLEANERS
Corner of Michigan and Eagle Marshall Michigan
Phone STory 1-2348
Intersection of M99 and M60 Bowling Billiards Candlelight LoungeCongratulations, Seniors!
TIDEY MOTOR SALES
WATKINS FAMILY STORE INC.
Marshall, Michigan Phone ST 1-5101
Large city selection at small town prices! See us before you buy.
Your Family Store
ALWAYS FIISI QUALITY
Congratulations to the Graduation Seniors !
Men's and Boys' Wear Marshall Michigan
BARBER BEAUTY SHOP GIRARD MILL
Marshall, Michigan Mobile Milling and Bulk
Hair Cutting and Styling Feed Service
for the Entire Family Rt. 2, Coldwater, Michigan
Phone s Phone 278-2477
Barber Shop Beauty Shop ST 1-7281 ST 1-7351
Call Collect for an Appointment Napiana FeedsSharp Young Men's Pants, Shirts, Suits, Sport Coats, Jackets.
Phone 278-4100 Coldwater1 s Complete Drug-Store Services Free-Parking in Rear May We Serve You? Coldwater Michigan
BOSHEARS FORD SALES
General Repairs 24-Hr. Wrecker Service
Compliments of Phone 568-4432
BEN’S TAVERN MONUMENTAL WORKS
Congratulations Quality Memorials
to the of
Class of '64 Beauty and Distinction
Tekonsha Michigan E. F. FACE Homer, Mich."Family Fun Cafeteria Style"
Outdoor Recreation to Your Own Taste.
Summer and Winter - Just a Few Miles From Home.
Congratulations Seniors of '64
Sales and Service
R. R. 1 - U. S. 27 South Marshall Michigan
ROLAND - GRACE - BUTCH
COIN LAUNDRY Maytag Washers
Tekonsha and Homer
CLEANER AND DRYER
Phone ST 1-3313 118 E. Michigan Ave.
Phone 767-4422 Tekonsha Michigan
TAYLOR PUBLISHING COMPANY”
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