Tekonsha High School - Indian Yearbook (Tekonsha, MI)

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1971 INDIAN Rose D. Warwick School Tekonsha Michigan iTable of Contents Administration 9 Seniors 17 Juniors 27 Sophomores 31 Freshmen 35 Junior High 39 Elementary 45 Organizations 55 Athletics 65 Activities 83 Favorites 115 Advertisers 119 234mAge of Learning 67 yi Decision tADMINISTRATIONSchool Board HAROLD WIESCHOLEK -Trustee ELLA THOMAS - Secretary NORMAN SCHAFER - President DONALD BREWER - Treasurer LEROY TAYLOR - Trustee ELOISE BOWLING - Trustee JACOB SHANK - Vice President Superintendent MR. J. DAVID MYERS "Education begins in the home, is perpetuated by the school and never ends." MR. DUANE RICHARDSON - High School Principal MR. KEITH CLARK - Elementary Principal 10MR. BRUCE FORMSMA: Music, English, German MRS. SALLY HAMMOND: Business, Journalism, Physical Education MISS CATHY HOBEN: Social Studies MR, ROBERT LINDQUIST: Mathematics, Shop MR. ROGER MAPLES: Ecology, Shop, Mathe matics, Science IIMR. JAMES MESSACAR: Industrial Arts, Math MRS. HARRIETTE MILLIMAN: Home Economics, Physical Education "i Qsno : MR, DUANE PELZ: Social Studies, Audio Visual, Physical Education 12MRS. GLADYS P1L1R1: Art MRS. ELEANOR RANDALL: English, Speech MRS. V1RGIE RUFF: Counseling, Psychology, Mathematics MR. LARRY STOUT: History, Physical Education, MR. PAUL SWEET: English Mathematics 13Business Manager Clerical Aide Mr. Arthur King Mrs. Mary Leatherbury Office Aides Wanda Duckham Susan Reimer Marcia Furu Mark Saltzgaber Judy Drake Judy Reese ABSENT: Susie Phelps Doug Johnson Teachers’ Aides 14 Mrs. Dorothy Marshall Mr. Henry Richar Mrs. Betty ShankCustodians HIGH SCHOOL: (L TO R) Mr. and Mrs. Louis ELEMENTARY SCHOOL: (L TO R) Mr. Harry Gallup, Pervine, Mr. Earl Sampson Mr. Lewis Jenkins, (Not Pictured) Mr. John Byers Bus Drivers L TO R: (Back Row) Mr. Eastman McFadden, Mr. Warren Humeston, Mr. Verne Camp, Mr. John Weller, Mr. Francis Fox, (Front Row) Mrs. LaDcama Phelps, Mrs. Helen Abel, (Not Pictured) Mrs. Viola Upston, Mr. Dewight Runyon 15Cooks L TO R Mrs. Sue Smith, Mrs. Gladys Pileri, Mrs. Madge Reese Cooks’ FIRST SHIFT: (L TO R) Tom Ciotta, Sharon Salyer, Darla Casebeer, Randy Powell, Ricky Green, Diane Shank A ides SECOND SHIFT: (Back Row, L TO R) Wanda Duckham, Christine Pecceu, Paul Weller, Elizabeth Pecceu, (Front Row) Rita Pecceu, Mary Ann Pecceu, Elizabeth Fox 16SENIORSROSIE ABEL FLOYD AMSLER PEGGY BAIRD JANE BAYLIS FAY BREWER PATI BROWNELLGARY CRAWFORD GEORGE DAVIS JUDY DRAKE ALLEEN FOUSEL MARCIA FURU RANDY GOHEENTINA GOODMAN MICHAEL GREEN ALICE LETTS JOHN LINDSEY GEORGE MARSHALL TERESA McATEE CONNIE PATTEN MARTTI RATIA 21JUDY REESE JACK REINCKE JOHN SMITH PAM SMITH DELTON STUART VERN THENEN 22SUE WAFFLE JUANITA WOODS DAVE VAN WINKLE JERRY WINANS PAUL WELLER BARBARA WINANS DAVID YOUNG 23Mock Elections Most Likely To Succeed MARTTI RATIA JUDY REESE Always Late GARY CRAWFORD PATTI BROWNELL Most Popular PAUL WELLER TERESA McATEE Most All Around JERRY WINANS SUE WAFFLE Best Musicians PAUL WELLER PAM SMITH Best Athletes DAVE YOUNG SUSIE PHELPS Most Exchangeable PIA NAVARRO MARTTI RATIA Best Dressed MIKE GREEN MARCIA FURU f I DIDN’T HAVE I A THING TO V_WEAR yEasiest To Get Along With JOHN LINDSEY JUDY REESE Most School Spirited RANDY GOHEEN Aileen Fousel Most Flirtatious JOHN LINDSEY ROSIE ABEL Class Comics GEORGE DAVIS ROSIE ABEL Class Chatterboxes DAVE YOUNG JUDY DRAKE Sweetest JOHN LINDSEY JANE BAYLISWe, the class of 1971, dedicate this page to our class officers and to our class advisor for providing new ideas and leadership so greatly needed. Mr. Duane Pelz - Advisor 26 LTOR: Paul Weller, Pres.; Sue Waffle, Treas; Jerry Winans, Vice Pres; Teresa McAtee, Sec.Holly Angell Janet Baird Frank Brewer Carlonna Brown Patti Camp Jon Cavinder Cindy Ciotta Carol Corbitt Mike Cummings Bill Cummins Wanda Duckham Dave Easterday Jim Easterday Elizabeth Fox Beth Furu Peggy Groholske Kitty Guile Mary Hazen Susan Hopkins Ron Hughes 28Amanda Hulbert Doug Johnson Chris Katz Steve Klingamen Mary Kowalski Dennis Masters Deanna Millard Debra Millard Mary Nagel Linda Newland Jim Norton Cathy Pike Susan Reimer Gordon Rosenberry Nancy Russel Mark Saltzgaber 29Marvin Shaffer Bill Smith Sue Sommer Teresa Sours Terry Sours Jim Staib Judy Stemaly Ken Swick Malcolm Vanderpool Liz Washburn John Miller L TO R: Peggy Groholske, Treas.; Mary Kowalsi, Pres.; Doug Johnson, Sgt. of Arms; Dennis Masters, Vice Pres.; Patti Camp, Sec. 30SOPHOMORESCindy Abel Ron Ball Sandy Ball Larry Bartow Carolyn Bowling Marilyn Bowling Craig Cole Calvin Cummins Mary Davis Polly Dowding Brenda Day Debra Fox Debbie Hamlin Graig Hayes Richard Hazen Gary Hill Jeff Jones Jim Jordon Duane Macomber Sandra Masters it. _ Wy i” JBisv ? o .A Jr ft X 32Mary Mauer Christine McAllister Mike Millard Ray Moody Joyce Nagel Jackie Newton Christine Pecceu Rita Pecceu Sharon Price Walter Ragina Karen Saltzgaber Linda Selby 33Rodney Sizeland Norman Taylor Jerry Thenen Karen Weller Shelly Wiescholek Ruth Williams David Wilson Patty Winans Barbra Woods Wayne Woods MISS HOBEN LTOR: Cindi Abel, Treas.; Larry Bartow, Sgt. of Arms; Wayne Woods, Pres.; Norman Taylor, Vice Pres,; Mary Davis, Sec. 34FRESHMENCora Baird Nancy Banks Norma Bemis Tim Brewer Lee Brock Grant Chaney Steve Clark Jaye Cooley Jennifer Cooley Ruth Cummings Anita Day Lenny Dowding John Duty Chriss Fousel Jackie Fouts Gene Goheen Bert Goodman Donnie Green Jerry Griffith Rusty Hampton 36Beverly Hartle Debbie Hayes Ila Hulbert Donna Hunsicker Cathy Keller Elizabeth Macomber Bobby Mains Shelly McAtee Shelly Moody Minda Neels Doug Newton Mary Pecceu Ricky Phelps Debbie Powell Beulah Prater Debbie Quimby A1 Richar Randy Shank Bruce Shedd Chris Shoemaker 37Michelle Slone Eli Smith Roxanne Smith Becky Snow Brad Stefan Kim Tageson Steve Tasker Beth Taylor Brian Tompkins Eddie Waters April Watkins Joel Weimer Class Advisor MR. STOUT CAMERA SHY Don McKeague Jerry Wilson 38 Ken Brownell8th Grade SUST" Gail Casebeer Mike Casebeer Steve Ciotta Christy O oeland Cathy Corbitt Terry I eevers Mike D ckham Julie Eberts Cathy Furda Greg Grinnell Bonnie Halbert Debbie Hampton Bill Hayes Chris Heath Mike Hopkins Beverly Hughes Debbie Johnson Wesley Jones Kim Klingaman Don Lindsey Ron March Starr McKeague Alan Miller Bert Miller John Nagel Robert Neels David Norton Mark Olds Carol Palik Rosemary Pecceu Emmitt Percival 40Lois Reese Gene Richar Randy Russell Scott Shaffer Brian Shedd Phyllis Shilling Ricky Shilling Vicky Shilling Mike Slone Kevin Strang Kahty Sweet Gary Thomas Debbie Tymkew Debbie Vreeland Earl Williams James Williams Jane Winter Gary Wintersteen Carolyn Walcott Mike Walcott Mr. Sweet Hayes, Treas,; John Nagel, Sec. 4142 7th Grade o“ Steve Bailey Janet Ball Gary Bartow Mike Blake Penny Brownell Beth Burchfield Dale Cook John Cummings Sherry Cummins Kathy Dolph Electra Easterday Becky Eberts Mary Elmore Ken Falon Ricky Fridline Kim Gard Barb Griffith Dave Guilford Sharon Halbert Greg Hall Cheryl Hartley Shirley Jordon Merritt Kerschner Evett Kowalski Don La Violette Charles Mack Jim Macomber Ron Macomber Phyllis Mains Barb Masters Paul MillardClass Advisor Shirley Minniear Todd Morley Joe Nagel Cindy Neels David Norton Lori Phelps George Price Tina Ragina Roberta Roseberry Susan Saltzgaber Julie Sanford Jane Sherwood Debbie Siefke Tim Smith Connie Spires Sheryl Stefan Cindy Tompkins Steve Tompkins Linda Weller Glinda Williams Bonnie Wintersteen Sandy Woods Walter Woods L TO R: Todd Morley, Pres.; Lori Phelps, Vice Pres.; Shirley Minniear, Sec.-Treas. 43 MRS. MILLIMANIt Takes Only a Short Time for the Change. 44ELEMENTARYL TO R: (Back Row) Mrs. Marjorie Lippe, Mrs. Jeannette Voshen, Miss Becky Gothberg, Mrs. Hazel Hart. Mr. Harold Torrey, Miss Alice Pietryka, Mrs. Norma Searle, Mrs. Daisy Allman, Mrs. Linda Clark, Miss Anna Lamm, (Front Row) Mr. Dewight Runyon, Mrs. Beulah Williams, Mrs. Irma Martinson, Miss Kay Waterbury, Mrs. Hazel Bolin, Mrs. Ruth Hume-ston Safety Patrol Elementary Teachers L TO R: (Back Row) Co-Captain - Joe Lindquist, Cathy Newhouse, Bryan Lindquist, Robin Watkins, Teresa Reimer, Penny Moore, Darla Casebeer, Tom Ciotta, Tim Cook, Sidney Waffle, Mike Woods, Connie Baird, Ruth Nagel, Mark Stemaly, Bill Kerschner, Co-Captain - Diane Shank, Sandra Cummings, Lacinda Phair, Jackie Upston, Karen Wilson (Middle Row) Sponsor - Mr. Runton, Teresa Caldwell, Linda Brown, Lieutenant -Margaret Woods, Linda Hulbert, Sally Mauer, Alice Kelly, Sherry Newhouse, Danny Lewis, David Cooper, Laurie Shank, Dianne Saltzgaber, Penny Reincke, Pam Robinson, Dawn Randall, Brenda Raginia, Teresa Davis, Michele Johnson, Julie Jordan, Brenda Kelly (Front Row) Harold Fridline, Randy Powell, Ricky Tymkew, Mark Richar, Nathan Howard, Dale Olds, Tim McPherson, Kurt Sherwood, Jeff Thornton, Larry Welsh, Jerry Mains, Terry King, Doug Jones 46Sixth Grade L TO R: (Back Row) Denise Ray, Dennis Miller, Diane Barrington, Teresa Richar, Joe Lindquist, Cathryn Newhouse, Foster Prater, Ray Thenen, Susan Birchfield, (Third Row) William Kerschner, Debra Bartow, Sherri Bonham, Debra Fouts, Mary March, Ricky Green, Rolena King, Cindy Vreeland, teacher Mr. Runyon, (Second Row) Gary Grinnell, Harold Fridline, John Hampton, Margaret Woods, Debra Phelps, Alice Kelly, (Front Row) Jeff Sizemore, Shawn Strand, Randy Powell, Jeff Krumvede, Ricky Tymkew, ABSENT: Sharon Mack, Robin Groholske, Tammy Myers, Doug Jones L TO R: (Back Row) Sidney Waffle, Ricky Gard, Penny Moore, Teddy Wiemer, Jeff Klingaman, Robin Watkins, Teresa Reimer, James Sizemore, Connie Goodrich, Darla Casebeer, (Third Row) Linda Hul-bert, Gary Wiescholek, Cindy Marshall, Mike Woods, Connie Baird, Tim Cook, Tom Ciotta, Donald Stefaniak, Henry Griffith, Robert Vreeland, teacher Mrs. Williams, (Second Row) Brenda Kelly, Diane Shank, Teresa Caldwell, Toni Heath, Deborah Wadley, Sharon Salyer, (Front Row) Jerry Mains, Keith Wintersteen, Rusty Osborn, David Boshears, Larry Welsh, ABSENT: Brenda Yates 47Fifth Grade L TO R: (Back Row) Jody Hawkins, Karen Wilson, Durwood Shilling, Linda Millard, Brian Lindquist, Marc Stemaly, Ruth Nagel, Sandy Cummins, Paul Palik, (Third Row) Sally Maurer, Virginia Rosenberry, Chester Prater, Laurie Shank, Jackie Upston, David Cooper, Randy Tomet, Walter Waffle, Dianne Saltz-gaber, teacher Mrs. Bolin, (Second Row) Pam Robinson, Patty Green, Brenda Tompkins, Patty Lindsey, Teresa Endicott, Connie Thatcher, (Front Row) Dennis Parker, Tim McPherson, Mark Richard, Dale Olds, Nathan Howard, ABSENT: Michele Johnson, Dan Balos L TO R; (Back Row) Jeff Duckham, Diane Amsler, James Monette, Rusty Cummins, Lois Hazen, Penny Lindsey, Sherry Newhouse, Linda Brown, Tom Weimer, (Middle Row) Jeff Pickman, Danny Lewis, La Cinda Phair, Kurt Sherwood, Mike Hazel, Allie Amsler, Penny Reincke, Doug Fox, Dawn Randall, teacher Mrs. Searle, (Front Row) Julie Jordon, Max Caldwell, Debbie Prue, Brenda Hamlin, Brenda Ragina, Cindy Osborn, Virgil Halbert, ABSENT: Jewell Cooley, Butch Barrington, Jeff Thornton, Teresa Davis, David Shedd, David MillerFourth Grade L TO R: (Back Row) Bryan White, Robin Smith, Doug Doolittle, Nancy Price, Todd Tageson, Dawn Watkins, Jim Duckham, teacher Mrs. Allman, (Middle Row) Donnie Spires, Richard Mack, Michelle Newhouse, Kollene Kerschner, Sharon Weller, Alva March, Mike Nagel, Dennis Falan, (Front Row) Paul Norton, Robert Welch, Julie Klingaman, Tracee Vincent, Robert McKeague, Danny Shaffer, Tom Heath L TO R; (Back Row) Mark Hamlin, Debbie Van Hoose, Kim Ray, Mark Eberts, Annette Brewer, Virginia Moore, Jerry Eishen, Claudia Slone, teacher Mrs. Voshen, (Middle Row) Debbie Winterstein, Susan Jones, Danny Sweet, Rodney Macomber, Bill Day, Patrick Davis, (Front Row) Steven Motley, Marty Nagel, Julie Randall, Donnetta Yates, Wade Patten, John Combs, Dawn Be mis, ABSENT: Jerry Eishen, Vicky Hampton, Claudia Slone, Wannetta PhairThird Grade L TO R: (Back Row) Douglas Minniear, Alan Hulsebus, Daryl Cummins, Ross Upston, Mark Klingaman, Jack Macomber, Debora Stuart, Douglas Saltzgaber, teacher Mr. Torrey, (Middle Row) Kathryn Eberts, Bruce White, Donald Neels, Daniel Warner, Dale Hartley, Rodney Weller, Carla Strang, Gina Marshall, (Front Row) Damita Combs, Nancy Jones, Rose Nagel, Janice Krumvede, Timothy Wadley, Rita Marshall, Jeannette Davis, ABSENT: William Wiescholek, Floyd Sigel L TO R: (Back Row) Richard Phelps, Larry Griffith, Debbie Reincke, Mark Macomber, Myron Walcott, Tim Jenkins, Marie Waffle, Vicki Sisco, teacher Mrs. Martinson, (Middle Row) Dick Spires, Jack Woods, Sanna Robinson, Todd Thomet, Melanie Doolittle, Douglas Myers, Wanda Sizemore, Gary White, (Front Row) Florinda Jenkins, Maria Stevens, AnnCasebeer, Marleen Friend, John Hoffman, Robin Thatcher, John O'Dell 50Second Grade L TO R: (Back Row) Paula Weller, Scott Doolittle, Melanie Johnson, Scott Waffle, Bob Wiescho-lek, Bessie Halbert, Bradley Richardson, Gary Goodrich, teacher Miss Gothberg, (Middle Row) Todd Neels, Eric Ciotta, Todd Sherwood, Chris Hampton, Cindy LaFond, Deana Yates, Marla Strong, (Front Row) Terri Kempton, Jill Blake, Jane Olds, Barbara McClintock, Jerry Langridge, Billie Jo West L TO R: (Back Row) Kerrie Bagley, Jane Shedd, Lorie Washburn, Cheryl Doolittle, Reba Easterday, Cynthia Schafer, Kim Reincke, teacher Miss Lamm, (Middle Row) Rose Phair, Scott Eishen, Randy Morley, Johnny Sizemore, Robin Doolittle, Phillip Wolf, Jon Mack, (Front Row) Steve Phelps, Tim Beam, Scott Randall, Jamie Sisco, ABSENT: Teresa Fredline 51First Grade L TO R: (Back Row) Brenda Cook, Kevin Klingarnan, Chris Granger, Angela Griffith, Angela Ray, Jeanne Lindquist, Tommy Upston, teacher Miss Pietryka, (Middle Row) Harold O'Dell, Andy Nells, Tony Jenkins, Kim Myers, Shawn Kemp, Nancy Thompson, Patty Combs, (Front Row) Lyn Smith, Lynette Selby, Tony Tompkins, Linda Eishen, Chris Sours, Todd Bronson L TO R: (Back Row) Lorie Mains, Jim Wolf, Judy McAtee, Wayne Ray, Tim Katz, LeAnn Waffle, Janice White, teacher Miss Waterburry, (Middle Row) Frank LaFond, Bill VanHoose, Scot Thornton, Harold Palik, Lewis Goheen, Mark Warner, Sheila Davis, (Front Row) Brenda Salyer, Russell Weimer, Gail Phelps, Michon Hampton, David Stayner, Mary Woods 52Adaptive Education L TO R: (Back Row) Cindy Weimer, Robert Mains, Della Prater, teacher Mrs. Hart, (Front Row) Terry Weller, Tim Kemp, John Davis, ABSENT: Alan Jones First Grade L TO R: (Back Row) Jeff Prater, David Sweet, Toni Reimer, Brian Sherman, teacher Mrs. Humeston, (Middle Row) Mary Marshall, Frank Weller, Bonnie Jordan, De-Ann Shaffer, (Front Row) Scott Falan, Larry Goodrich, Verli Stefan, Billy Morley, ABSENT: Harold Kemp, John Blashfield, Mark Hulsebus, Danny Stuart, Christine Seigel, Penny Gross 53Kindergarten AM and PM L TO R: (Back Row) Dean Kemp, Lynnda Granger, Kevin Reincke, Lorie White, Melinda Barrington, Gordon Grinnell, Sue Draper, teacher Mrs. Starr, (Middle Row) Bobby Sizemore, John King, Wendy Stevens, Danny Phair, Mary Pope, Deeane Thomet, (Front Row) Wendy McClintock, Albert Combs, Fred Doolittle, Timmy Wright, Mike Crawford, Sheny Falan, Brenda McKeague, ABSENT: Dawn Cook, Sherry Wasley, Julie Waffle, Christine James L TO R: (Back Row) Scott Reincke, Lee Friend, Melanie McFadden, Steven Finch, DeAnn Johnson, Kevin Walcott, Andy Lewis, Dawn Draper, teacher Mrs. Starr, (Middle Row) David Phair, Bill Michielson, Brenda White, Brenda Richardson, Dori Richar, David Wooden, John Cole, (Front Row) Jackie Warder, Lily LaFond, Jon Falan, Brian Beam, Gary Parker, Doug Calhoun, Kevin Doolittle, ABSENT: Dawn Klingaman, Wendy Rusak 54L TO R: (Back Row) Gladys Nagel, Reporter; Marilyn Bowling, Program Chairman; Polly Dowding, Pianist; Janet Baird, Vice Pres.; Mary Mauer, Parliamentarian; Mrs. Milliman, Advisor, (Front Row) Sue Waffle, Pres.; Sandy Masters, Treasurer; Shelly Weischolek, Student Gov't. Rep.; Marcia Furu, Sec.; Aileen Fousel, Song Leader Future Homemakers of America September - Introduction of Officers October - UNICEF November - Dues Drive Fall Festival Fudge Sale December - Toys for Tots Slave Day January - Teacher's Brunch February - Sweetheart Dance Hayride March - Style Show Hairy Leg Contest Clean School Yard April - Mother and Daughter Tea Honor to Seniors Slave Day May - White Elephant Sale Car Wash L TO R; (Back Row) Wanda Duckham, Cindy Abel, Janet Baird, Polly Dowding, Mary Davis, Christine McAllister, Lennie Dowding, Patti Camp, Ruth Williams, Aileen Fousel, (Third Row) Mrs. Milliman, Gladys Nagel, Susan Reimer, Mary Nagel, Nancy Russell, Jackie Newton, Peggy Groholske, Beverly Hartle, Marilyn Bowling, Joyce Nagel, (Second Row) Sue Sommer, Mary Mauer, Judy Stemaly, Beth Furu, Carolyn Bowling, Aidella Yates, Juanita Woods, Gene Goheen, Liz Fox, Sue Waffle, (Front Row) Sandy Masters, Marcia Furu, Beth Taylor, Debbie Powell, Rusty Hampton, Shelly Weischolek, Amanda Hulbert, Susie Phelps, Teresa Sours 56L TO R: (Standing) Susan Reimer, Student Gov't. Rep.; Aileen Fousel, Acting Pres., (Seated) Joyce Nagel, Vice Pres.; Mary Davis, Sec.-Treas.; Rita Pecceu, Historian Health Careers Club L TO R; (Top Row) Christine Pecceu, Janet Baird, Lenny Dowding, Mary Davis, Chris McAllister, {Jolly Dowding, Cindi Abel, Mary Maurer, Aileen Fousel, (Middle Row) Susie Phelps, Carolyn Bowling, Susan Reimer, Gene Goheen, Gladys Nagel, Jackie Newton, Beverly Hartle, (Front Row) Rosie Abel, Wanda Duckham, Mrs. Milliman, Karen Weller, Barb Winans, Rita Pecceu 57MRS. SALLY HAMMOND - Advisor Journalism L TO R: Wanda Duckham, Yearbook Editor; Aileen Fousel, Newspaper Editor; Teresa McAtee, Business Manager L TO R: (Standing) Pam Smith, Wanda Duckham, Aileen Fousel, Teresa McAtee, Jane Baylis, Sue Sommer, Gail Bunch, (Seated) Marcia Furu, Rosie Abel, Dianne Price 58Pep Club L TO R: (Top) Rosie Abel, Vice Pres.; Wanda Duckham, Pres.; Beth Taylor, Sec.; Shelly McAtee, Student Gov't. Rep.; Gene Goheen, Treas. L TO R: (Top Row) Karen Saltzgaber, John Cummings, Terry Sours, Liz Washburn, Beverly Hughes, Bonnie Halbert, Carol Walcott, Cathy Corbitt, Patti Camp, (Second Row) Debbie Powell, Rita Pecceu, Jaye Cooley, Nancy Banks, Roxanne Smith, Cora Baird, Jenifer Cooley, Peggy Groholske, (Fourth Row) Becky Snow, Christine Pecceu, Ila Hulbert, Beverly Hartle, Diane Baird, Susan Hopkins, (Third Row) Debbie Hayes, Gene Goheen, Rosie Abel, Wanda Duckham, Dianne Price, Peggy Baird, (Second Row) Shelly McAtee, Teresa McAtee, (Bottom Row) Beth Taylor, Aileen Fousel -L TO R: (Back Row) Mr. Stout, VemThenen, Doug Johnson, George Davis, Dave Easterday, Randy Goheen, Mark Saltzgaber, Dave Young, (Middle Row) Craig Cole, Graig Hayes, Norman Taylor, Malcolm Vanderpool, Gary Hill, Duane Macomber, Wayne Woods, (Front Row) John Smith, Marvin Shaffer, Paul Weller L TO R: Mr. Stout, Advisor; Doug Johnson, Vice Pres.; Dave Young, Pres.; John Smith, Sec.-Treas. Varsity Club 60Sharon Price (left), Aileen Fousel (right) PIANISTS THS Choir L TO R: (Back Row) Mary Nagel, Ruth Williams, Dianne Price, Jean Millard, Sharon Price, Dave Young, Janet Baird, (Middle Row) Beth Taylor, Cindy Ciotta, Jackie Fours, Debbie Hayes, Debbie Powell, Shelly McAtee, (Front Row) John Smith, Becky Snow, Nancy Russell, Judy Drake, Jenifer Cooley, Judy StemalyMajorettes L TO R: Debbie Hampton, Shirley Minniear, Roxanne Smith, Cathy Furda, Debbie Johnson Marching BandDance and Concert Bands L TO R: Sandy Masters, Mr. Bruce Formsma, Jean Millard, Deanna Millard, Doug Johnson, Norman Taylor, Beth Taylor, Gary Hill, George Marshall, John Smith, Pam Smith, Jerry Thenen, Dave Easterday L TO R: (Standing) Marilyn Bowling, Jeff Jones, Doug Johnson, Mike Blake, Janet Baird, Mr. Bruce Formsma, (Back Row) Dave Easterday, John Smith, Jerry Thenen, Gary Hill, Paul Weller, Jean Millard, (Middle Row) Kimber Tageson, Randy Shank, Cindy Ciotta, Bruce Shedd, Brian Shedd, Polly Dowding, Mary Davis, Jackie Newton, Linda Weller, Tina Raginia, Geordie Price, Joey Young, Richard Hazen, Norman Taylor, George Marshall, Deanna Millard, Lori Phelps, Steve Ciotta, James Williams, Marvin Shaffer, Gene Goheen, Beth Taylor, Pam Smith, (Front Row) Susan Reimer, Carolyn Bowling, Karen Saltzgaber, Debbie Vreeland, Cora Baird, Elizabeth Macomber, Norma Bemis, Barbara Masters, Bertha Miller, Dianne Price, Jane Sherwood, Sandy Masters, Beth Furu 63L to R: Gladys Nagel, Treas.; Judy Reese, Sec,; Aileen Fousel, Vice Pres.; Jean Millard, Pres.; Gary Hill, Sgt. of Arms Student Government 64 L to R: (Top Row) Peggy Baird, John Lindsey, Mike Millard, Walter Ragina, Shelly Wiescholek. (Middle Row) Beth Furu, Mark Saltzgaber, Gene Goheen, Kim Tageson, Richard Hazen. (Bottom) Dian Boshears, Gail Casebeer, Sandy Woods, Sheryl Stefan, Shelly McAteeATHLETICSDefensive Team Offensive Team 66JV Team L to R; (Back Row) Randy Shank, Rick Phelps, Steve Tasker, Donny Green. (Front Row) Rodney Sizeland, Jim Jordon, Ken Brownell, Doug Newton, Kim Tageson, Mike Millard, Duane Macomber. 1970 Football Squad L to R: (Back Row) Sam Amsler, Larry Bartow, Vern Thenen, John Lindsey, Dave Easterday, George Davis, Doug Johnson, Mark Saltzgaber, Coach Pelz. (Third Row) Gary Hill, Calvin Cummins, Jeff Jones, Dave Young, Kim Tageson, Norman Taylor, Steve Tasker, Graig Hayes, Mgr. Wes Jones. (Second Row) Mgr. Malcolm Vanderpool, Ken Brownell, Duane Macomber, Wayne Woods, Craig Cole, Jerry Thenen, Marvin Shaffer, Rodney Sizeland, Mike Millard. (Bottom Row) Randy Shank, Jim Jordon, Jerry Winans, Donny Green, Rick Phelps, Doug Newton, Mgr. Ronnie Macomber.Football Cheerleaders L to R: (Top) Aileen Fousel. (Middle) Patti Camp, Peggy Groholske. (Bottom) Teresa McAtee, Susie Phelps, Susan Hopkins 68JOHN LINDSEY Senior Football Players and Coaches DAVID YOUNG VERN THENEN FLOYD AMSLER DELTON STUART Coaches: KEITH CLARK and DUANE PELZ GEORGE DAVIS, JERRY WINANS71Girls’ Basketball L TO R: (Back Row) Asst. Coach Sharon Heisler, Becky Snow, Marilyn Bowling, Susan Hopkins, Patti Camp, Coach Ethel Hopkins, (Middle Row) Debbie Hayes, Jackie Newton, Ruth Cummins, Connie Patten, Norma Bemis, (Front Row) Teresa McAtee, Ila Hulbert, Minda Neels and Lori Phelps 73Varsity Team L to R: (Back Row) John Smith, Wayne Woods, Jon Cavinder, Tim Brewer, Randy Goheen Doug Johnson, Dave Easterday, Randy Goheen, Mark Saltzgaber, Dave Young, Mike Cummings, Dennis Masters. (Front Row) Mgr. Malcolm Vanderpool, Coach Stout, Mgr. Paul Weller 74L to R: (Back Row) Coach Stout, Graig Hayes, Jeff Jones, Bruce Shedd, Norman Taylor, Steve Tasker, Allan Richar. (Front Row) Mgr. Rodney Sizeland, Randy Shank, Ron Ball, Duane Macomber, Donny Green Doug Newton. Junior Varsity Team 7576Basketball Cheerleaders Varsity L TO R: (Back Row) Peggy Groholske, Patti Camp, (Center Row) Teresa McAtee, Aileen Fousel, (Front Row) Susan Hopkins, Peggy Baird (Alternate) Junior Varsity L TO R: (Top) Beth Taylor, (Middle) Debbie Powell, Shelly McAtee, (Bottom) Becky Snow, Karen Saltzgaber, Debbie Hayes 777th Grade Basketball Team L to R: (Back Row) Coach Pelz, Dale Cook, Gary Bartow, John Cummings, Walter Woods, Ken Falan. (Front Row) Todd Morley, Ronnie Macomber, Merritt Kerschner, Geordie Price, Greg Hall. 8th Grade Basketball Team L to R: (Back Row) Coach Pelz, Robert Neels, Kevin Strang, Earl Williams, Bill Hayes, Ricky Shilling, Brian Shedd, Mike Walcott, Mike Duckham, Joey Young, Gene Richar, Scott Shaffer. (Front Row) Mgr. Al Miller, Mark Olds, Mike Casebeer, Wes Jones, Terry Deevers, Steve Ciotta, Mike Hopkins, Randy Russell, Greg Grinell, Mgr. Mike Slone 788th Grade Cheerleaders L to R: (Top to Bottom) Debbie Tym-kew, Debbie Johnson, Kim Klingaman, Dian Boshears, Cathy Furda, Gail Casebeer 7th Grade Cheerleaders L to R: (Back) Sheryl Stefan, Shirley Minniear, Linda Weller. (Front) Susan Saltzgaber, Debbie Siefke, Mary ElmoreBaseball L TO R: (Back Row) Coacn Stout, Jeff Jones, Kim Tageson, Randy Goheen, Dave Easterday, Doug Johnson, Norm Taylor, Bruce Shedd, (Front Row) Wayne Woods, Allan Richar, Gary Hill, Graig Hayes, Jerry Thenen, Duane McComber, Randy Shank 80Track L TO R: (Back Row) Mgr. Bill Cummins, Jim Easterday, Norman Taylor, Jon Cavindcr, Tim Brewer, Larry Bartow, George Davis, Mark Saltzgaber, MarttiRatia, Dave Young, Richard Hazen, Coach Pelz, (Middle Row) Donny Green, Mike Millard, John Smith, Craig Cole, Allan Richar, Bruce Shedd, Calvin Cummins, Wayne Woods, Paul Weller, Rodney Sizeland, (Front Row) Mgr. Mike Wolcott, Randy Shank, Bert Goodmen, Brad Stefan, Ricky Phelps, Brian Tompkins, Jim Jordon, Mgr. Gene Richar 81ACTIVITIESVocational Students On August 'H, 1970, the Vocational Education School opened. It is located on Raymond Road in Battle Creek. Tekonsha had 16 students who attended the school this year. In addition to the students who are pictured, these students also attended: Pam Smith - Child Care Jon Cavindcr - Auto Mechanics Jerry Winans - Ag Mechanics and Pam Man George Davis - Ag Mechanics and Pam Man Jim Norton - Photo Off-Set Printing Terry Sours - Pood Service Pour students from Tekonsha, Ron Ball, Ron Hughes, Malcolm Vanderpool, and Amanda llulhcrt, participated in the J. E. T. Program which is co-ordinated witli the Vocational scliool under the direction of Wayne Booten. usie Phelps and Linda Newland Nurse's Aide George Marshall - Commercial Art Gordon Rosenberry - Carpentry 84Susan Hopkins - Cosmetology Frank Brewer - Carpentry Ken Swick and Jim Easterday - Drafting Carlonna Brown - Commercial Art Sue Waffle - Data Processing 8500 oFHA Student Car Government Car The Car Homecoming Parade . . . Varsity Club Car Journalism Car 87EIGHTH GRADE FLOAT "Wring Out the Terriers' Second Prize SEVENTH GRADE FLOAT The Signing of the Declaration FRESHMAN FLOAT God Bless America" First Prize91The Homecoming Court Freshman -Roxanne Smith Steve TaskerSenior Court Pati Brownell T nj j Gladys Nagel David Young j? J John Lindsey Queen King TERESA McATEE PAUL WELLER95Spring Swing The Spring Swing was held on April 2. It was sponsored by the sophomore class. Music was provided by the Armstrong Brothers of Coldwater. The dance lasted from 8 to 12 p. m. 97Junior-Senior 98 On May 15, the Class of 1972, honored the graduating class at a banquet held in Battle Creek at the Countryside Inn. After the Banquet everyone returned to the Tekonsha High School gymnasium for a prom. The theme of the prom was VENUS -THE ROMAN GODDESS OF LOVE AND BEAUTY. The decorations were of an early Greecian style.Prom and Banquet 99Sports Awards JERRY WIN A NS Outstanding Senior - Football DAVE EASTERDAY Outstanding Lineman - Football Most Valuable - Basketball MR. PELZ Trophy From Track Team DON GREEN Steve Weller Award RANDY GOHEEN Captain - Basketball Most Rebounds DAVE YOUNG Most Valuable - Track DOUG JOHNSON GARY HILL Most Valuable - Baseball Highest Batting Average MARK SALTZGABER Outstanding Back - Football Most Valuable - TrackAthlete of the Year DAVID EASTERDAY 101Graduation Thirty-eight seniors graduated from Tekonsha High School on the night of June 27. Special awards were presented to the following students: Home Economics award, Sue Waffle; Science award, Peggy Baird; Math awards, Gladys Nagel and Paul Weller; John Philip Sousa award, Paul Weller; "I Dare You, " awards, Jean Millard and Paul Weller; Salutatorian pin, Marcia Furu; Reader's Digest awards and Valedictorian pins, Peggy Baird and Judy Reese. 102104Our Exchange Students Martti Ratia was our exchange student from Finland. He came to America in August under the program YOUTH FOR UNDERSTANDING. While living in Tekonsha he resided with the Vern Camp family. Martti also joined the track team. Pia Navarro, our exchange student from Chile, joined the senior class in the second semester of our school year. During her stay in Tekonsha, she lived with the William Stankey family at Vincent Lake. Pia returned home June 7. 106■RitNU TO IN APPRECIATION MRS. V1RG1E RUFF Whose active and loyal support of all that is best in education for young people was an inspiration to her associates Whose quick sympathy and ready help never failed a student We hereby offer our sincerest gratitude.Senior Achievements ABEL, ROSIE . . . Girls'Track-3; Pep Club Vice President-4; Debate Team-1; Dramatic Club-2; Powder-puff Football-4; Journalism Staff-4 AMSLER, FLOYD . , . Football-1,2,3,4 BAIRD, PEGGY . . . F.H.A.-1; Y.O. T. Club Treasurer-1,2; Cheerleader-2,3, alternate-4; Pep Club-1; Powderpuff Football-4; Merit's of Who's Who Among American Teenagers; Outstanding Teenager-3; Class President-3; Student Government Representative-4; Class Play-3; Cadet Teacher-4; Co-Valedictorian BAYL1S, JANE . . . Journalism Staff-3,4; National Honor Society-3,4; Future Teachers Club-4; Library Assistant-4; Office Aide-4; Honor Student BREWER, FAY . . . Football-1,3; lntramurals-3,4; Class Vice President-2 BROWNELL, PAT1 . . . Band -1; Homecoming Court-2,4; Class Secretary-3; Gym Assistant-4; Powderpuff Football-4 CRAWFORD, GARY . . . F.F.A.-1.2; lntramurals-2,3; Gym Assistant-4 DAVIS,-GEORGE . . . Golf-2; Track-3,4; Football-4; Class Play-3; lntramurals-3,4 DRAKE, JUDY . . , Loralie-3; Library Assistant-4; Office Aide-4; Powderpuff Football-4 FOUSEL, AILEEN . . . Cheerleader-2,3,4; F.H.A.-1,2,3,4; F.H.A. Pianist-2; Song Leader-3,4; H.C.C.-1,2,3,4; Acting President-4; Powderpuff Football-4; Track-3; Class Play-3; Journalism Staff-4; IDEA Editor-4; Y. O. T. Club-1,2; Class Secretary-3; Student Government Vice President-4; Choir-4; Student Exchange Day-4; Pep Club-1; Merit's of Who's Who Among American Teenagers; Outstanding Teenager-3; W.A.L.M. Correspondent-4; Homecoming Court-1; Honor Student FURU, MARCIA . . . Journalism Staff-1,4; Class Reporter-2; F.H. A.-1,2,3,4; F.H.A. President-3; Region IV Reporter-2; Class Play-3; Merit's of Who's Who Among American Teenagers; Outstanding Teenager-3; Office Aide-4; Salutatorian GOHEEN, DOROTHY. . . G. A. A.-1,2,3; Swim Meet-3,4; Choir-3,4; Hall Guard-3,4; Powderpuff Foot-ball-4 GOHEEN, RANDY . . . Baseball-1,2,3,4; Basketball-1,2,3,4; Football-2,3; Track-3; Varsity Club-2,3,4 GOODMAN, TINA . . . Powderpuff Football-4 GREEN, MICHAEL. . . Student Government Representative-1, Treasurer-2; Class Vice President-2; Varsity Club-1,2; Baseball-1,2; Intramurals-1,2,3; Basketball-2 LINDSEY, JOHN . . . Football-4; Student Government Representative-4; Homecoming Court-4 MARSHALL, GEORGE . . . Annual Staff-1; Track-3; Concert and Dance Band-1,2,3,4; Class Play-3; Golf-1,2 McATEE, TERESA . . . Student Government Representative-1; Class Secretary-4, Vice President-2; Frost Queen Candidate-2; F.H. A.-1,2, Parliamentarian-2; Class Play-3; Cheerleader-1,2,4; Girls’Basketball-4; Journalism Staff-1,4, Business Manager-4; Athletic Secretary-4; Homecoming Queen-4; Honor Student MILLARD, JEAN . . . Y.O.T. Secretary-1; Class Play-3; Track-3; Student Government Representative-2,3, President-4; Band-1,2,3,4; Dance Band-1,2,3,4; Pep Band-1,2,3,4; Powderpuff Football-4; Honor Student NAGEL, GLADYS . . . F. H. A.-1,2,3,4, Parliamentarian-3, Reporter-4; Student Government Treasurer-4; H.C.C.-4; Homecoming Court-4; D. A.R. Good Citizenship Award; Honor Student 108Senior Achievements Continued NAVARRO, PIA . . . Exchange Student From Chile-4; Newspaper Staff-3; Red Cross Club-3; Social Services-2; Basketball-2; Young Christian Club-3 PATTEN, CONNIE . . . F.H.A.-l; Library Aide-4; H.C.C.-l; Powderpuff Football-4; Girls’Basketball-4; Softball-1,2,4 PHELPS, SUSIE . . . F.H. A. -1,2,3,4; H.C.C.-1,2,3,4; Band-1,2; Girls’Basketball-2,3; Track-3; Powderpuff Football-4; Cheerleader-4; Office Aide-2,4; Student Government Representative of Vocational School-4; Honor Student PRICE, DIANNE. . . Sharks (Speed Swimming Team)-1,2,3, Manager-3; H.C.C.-4; Band-4; Choir-4; Powderpuff Football-4; Journalism Staff-4; Honor Student RATIA, MARTTI . . . Exchange Student from Finland-4; Swimming-1,2; Student Government Secretary-2; lce-Hockey-1,2,3,4; Skiing Team-3,4; Track-4 REESE, JUDY . . . Student Government Representative-3; Student Government Secretary-4; Office Aide-4; Co-Valedictorian REINCKE, JACK . . . Y.O.T. Club-1; Intramurals-1,4; Student Government Representative-2 SMITH, JOHN . . . F.A.A.-1.2; Band-1,2,3,4; Football-3; Basketball-1,2,3,4; Track-1,2,3,4; Varsity Club-3,4; Choir-4 SMITH, PAM . . .Band-1,2,3,4; Pep Club-2; Journalism Staff-3,4; F.H.A.-l; Class Treasurer-3; Homecoming Court-3; Pep Band-1,2,3,4; Student Government Representative to Vocational School-4; Honor Student STUART, DELTON . . . Band-1; Baseball-2; Football-4 THENEN, VERN . . . F.F.A.-l; Golf-1,2; Student Government Representative-2; Frost King-2; Football-1, 2,3,4; Boys' State-3 VAN WINKLE, DAVID . . . Football-1; Homecoming King-1 WAFFLE, SUE. . . F.H. A.-1,2,3,4; F.H. A. Historian-2, Vice-President-3; President-4; Class Treasurer-1,4; Pep Club-2,3; Powderpuff Football-4 WELLER, PAUL. . . Football-2; Class Prcsidcnt-2,4; Basketball Managcr-1,2,3,4; Track-2,3,4; Band-1, 2,3,4; Stage Band-3; Student Government-3; Track Co-Captain-4; Honor Student WINANS, BARBARA . . . F.H. A.-1,2; H.C.C. -1,2,3,4; Powderpuff Football-4; Physical Education Assistant-4 WINANS, JERRY . . . Class President-1; Class Treasurer-2; Class Vice-President-4; Football-2,3,4; Intra-murals-4 WOODS, JUANITA . . . F.H. A.-4; Girls’Basketball-3; Pep Club-2; H.C.C.-2; Y. O. T. Club-1; Mathematics Club-2,3; Cadet Teacher-4 YOUNG, DAVID. . . Football-1,2,3,4; Basketball-1,2,3,4; Baseball-1; Track-1,4; Homecoming Court-2,4; Varsity Club Secretary-Treasurer-3, President-4; F.F. A.-1,2Class History CLASS HISTORY by PAM SMITH and SUSIE PHELPS In the fall of 1958, 39 bright-eyed five year olds began kindergarten. Mrs. Newman was our teacher, or should we say referee. In first grade we were told by Mrs. Anderson that there would be full days of school and no more naps because we would be learning how to write our names. Second grade brought more problems, not just with our writing but with getting along with one another socially. We kept Mrs.' Sanders running from one end of the room to the other trying to keep us from cutting our throats or pulling hair, but we really learned a lot from her. Third grade came along with Mrs. Jenkins as our teacher. We really liked her a lot, but though she had 39 children she had one special child, thus she had to quit. Then we gained another teacher, Mrs. Voshen, who was a fine teacher also. Fourth grade brought something new besides improving our writing and that was geography. Although Mrs. Voshen tried her best to get us interested, we had more fun shooting paper wads at each other. She was another teacher we learned a lot from. Fifth grade rolled around with Mrs. Adams. That year we received a new student from Poland - George Kulczycki. He didn’t understand English too well, let alone talking our language, so we taught him, while he taught us some Polish tricks much to Mrs. Adams' dismay. Sixth grade we went on our annual trip to Greenfield Village with Mrs. Williams. That year they told us that there was a good chance we would be going to high school so we were all excited. But when seventh grade rolled around, we were still in Elementary. This year was important to us because we were able to elect our first Homecoming King and Queen who was Sandy Wnitcomb and Richard Waffle. We went to East Lansing Amusement Park for our class trip and nearly drove Mr. Zimmerman crazy in rounding us up when it was time to leave. Then came our big year - 8th grade. Our very first year in high school. We were all excited and most of us - petrified. We didn't know where to go, what to do, and we got literally trampled by the upper classmen. We held our first really big class meeting that year with our class advisor - Mr. Richardson. We didn't know who or what to expect until he came in the door. The first words he said to us was, "All right you kids, sit down and shut up!! " We knew right then and there that somebody was out to get us! Our freshman year we had a title to our names. Instead of being called punks or little babies, we were called cruddy freshmen, and we were proud of it. This was the year when the Sophomores greeted the freshmen by initiation. That was the first time that anything like that had happened to us and it was also the last for everyone. This was also our first year for a float ana we won first prize with "Cinderella. " Our Sophomore year was aimed toward the "Spring Swing. " A lot of time and money went into the work of it, but not enough people came through the door, so it turned out to be a flop, much to the dismay of our classmates and our treasury book. Our homecoming king and queen was Pati Brownell and Dave Young. Our float "Happiness Is Love " received second prize. Starting our Junior year we received our class rings and we thought they were the best ever! As Juniors, we began planning for tne Homecoming and Prom. Our Homecoming theme was "Cartoon Characters. " Our float was "Snoopy vs. The Red Baron. " Jack Reincke and Pam Smith were chosen to represent our class in the Homecoming Court. The theme we chose for the prom was "Moonlight and Roses. " We held the Junior and Senior banquet at the Countryside Inn and the prom was held in the elementary school. Now at long last we have reached the goal we have been heading for ever since we started Kindergarten -Seniors. The student body voted Teresa McAtee and Paul Weller as Homecoming King and Queen. Tne Senior Court consisted of John Lindsey, Gladys Nagel, Dave Young, and Pati Brownell. Our float was “First Man on the Moon” which won third prize. Our prom was sponsored by the Class of 1972. The banquet was held at the Countryside Inn and the Prom was held in the gym. An addition this year much to the amusement of all class members was our Mock Election: Pati Brownell -George Davis -John Lindsey -John Lindsey -Mike Green -Paul Weller -Dave Young -Paul Weller -Jerry Winans -Randy Goheen-Martti Ratia -John Lindsey -Judy Drake Gary Crawford Rosie Abel Rosie Abel Jane Baylis Marcia Furu Teresa McAtee Susie Phelps Pam Smith Sue Waffle Aileen Fousel Judy Reese Judy Reese Dave Young Always Late Class Comics Most Flirtatious Most Sweetest Best Dressed Most Popular Most Athletic Best Musicians Most All Around Most School Spirited Most Likely to Succeed Easiest to Get Along With Most Talkative This year has really flown by us, and before we knew it graduation is upon us. Senior pictures were taken and announcements picked out. The choosing of the class colors and flower brou it about much argument, as usual. But we finally decided upon royal blue and gold for the colors and carnation for the flower. That brings us up to the present with 18 originals and 20 additions. 110Class Will THE CLASS WILL by Teresa McAtee and Jean Millard We, the graduating class of 1971, because we have an overabundance of good qualities, do hereby bequeath and disperse these parting gifts; I, Rosalee Abel, will my bustline to Beth Furu who needs a break. I, Floyd Amsler, will my ability to sleep in Lit class and not get caught to next year's class. 1, Peggy Baird, will my ability to get caught stealing locker numbers to all the apple polishers. 1, Pati Brownell, will my ability to get along with Mr. Richardson and still get away with trouble to my brother, Ken. 1, Gary Crawford, will my ability to get a High School diploma to Eddie Waters. 1, Judy Drake, will my smile to Deanna Millard. 1, Aileen Fousel, will my indecisiveness to whomever 1 decide to give it. I, Marcia Furu, will my petite figure and feminine ways to Jackie Newton. I, Dorothy Goheen, will my ability to be a housewife, mother, seamstress, football player, and senior all at the same time to anyone who'd like to take a try. I, Randy Goheen, will my ability to talk in Mr. Sweet's English class and get away with it to my sister, Gene, who is always talking but gets caught. I, Tina Goodman, will my ability to pass a football to next year's team. We, Mike Green and Fay Brewer, will our ability to work while going to school to anyone who dares to try it. We, John Lindsey and Jack Reincke, will our devilish ways to Kimber Tageson. 1, George Marshall, will my straight hair and sideburns to Gary Hill who needs them - especially the straight hair. I, Teresa McAtee, will my ability to stay awake in Lit class to Elizabeth Fox. I, Jean Millard, will my ability to have a license and not drive to Shelly McAtee, who drives but doesn't have a license. 1, Ha Navarro, will my height to Polly Dowding. I, Connie Patten, will my language and temper in Gym class to Jackie Newton who needs to improve. 1, Susie Phelps, will my skipping ability to my brother and sister in their future years at THS. 1, Dianne Price, will my ability to control my eating habits to Tim Brewer who just can't. 1, Martti Ratia, will my memories of this great year to the community of Tekonsha. I, Judy Reese, will my ability to keep up with the Student Council notes to Judy Stemaly. We, John Smith and David Young, will our ability to break backboards to Mark Saltzgaber and Doug Johnson. 1, Pam Smith, will my ability to ask embarrassing questions to Sue Sommer who can't keep her cool. We, Delton Stuart and George Davis, will anything to anybody who's dumb enough to take it. I, Verne Thenen, will my ability to fly an airplane to my brother, Jerry, who can't even fly a kite. I, Dave Van Winkle, will my superball to Walt Ragina if he can get it away from Miss Hoben. 1, Sue Waffle, will my fall to Mr. Sweet who needs it more than 1 do. 1, Paul Weller, will my natural blond hair roots to Ruth Williams. I, Barbara Winans, will my love for gym class to Jackie Newton. 1, Jerry Winans, will my ability to skip school and not get caught to Bertha Miller who can't get away with it. We, Juanita Woods, Gladys Nagel, and Jane Baylis, will our ability to keep quiet to all the blabbermouths of THS. We, the graduating class of 1971, will our honored and respected position as seniors to the graduating class of 1972, May the future hold much success and happiness for them.Class Prophecy The following skit was performed by Gladys Nagel, Dianne Price, and Aileen Fousel. It takes place eight years after graduation. Gladys and Aileen are discussing the reunion their class had the day before. AILEEN- Gladys, I'm sorry you couldn't make it to the class reunion yesterday. You know it's been eight years since we've graduated from high school. It was really neat to see all the kids again after all these years. I heard you were in surgery. Anything serious? GLADYS- No, not really. We did exploratory surgery on Verne Thenen, who cracked up at Sam's Dragway here in Tekonsha tne other day. AILEEN- Oh yeah, Sam Amsler said something about an accident out to his dragstrip. Do you know how it happened? GLADYS- Well, John Lindsey, the attending nurse at the accident, explained that the rear tire of Verne's bicycle flew off. But he did break the state record for two wheelers. It was quite a race. He was up against one of the best - Jack Reincke. who was last year's champion. AILEEN- Dianne Price made it to the class reunion. Didn't she have to work? GLADYS- No, yesterday was one of her first days off that she's had for a long time. She and John are both so valuable to tne hospital that we can rarely spare them. AILEEN- Well, she said that she would try to come down here this afternoon. Oh, hi, Dianne. DIANNE- Hi, Gladys. Has Aileen been telling you about the class reunion yesterday? 1 was so sorry you couldn't make it. I heard why at work this morning. GLADYS- So what kind of trouble are our classmates getting into these days? DIANNE- I talked to Jean Millard. She and Teresa McAtee are really big names in fashion now. Teresa had on Jean's latest creation in midi hotpants. They even got a few orders from the fellows at the reunion. GLADYS- An how's Sergeant Patten doing? Is she giving the Air Force any problems? AILEEN- Connie's fine. She really likes the authority and she likes to throw her weight around so they put her on a new diet with strict orders to follow. DIANNE- Since Susie Phelps and Pam Smith have both become stewardesses, Connie has seen quite a lot of them. In fact they flew back from California together and talked to Pati Brownell, their pilot, who was coming in for the reunion. GLADYS- I read somewhere about George Davis' famous female football team. Was he there yesterday? AILEEN- No, he couldn't make it. His team was going on tour through Europe featuring their star players, Tina Goodman and Barb Winans, so they weren't at the reunion either. It's really cool to see your own classmates' names in the papers. DIANNE- Remember how David Young wouldn't go in water over four feet deep? Well, after all these years of practicing with his rubber ducky in the oathtub, he was bragging yesterday about winning the gold medal for the Olympic high-dive. GLADYS- Yeah, 1 read about that and it shocked me to death. AILEEN- Randy Goheen is making quite a name for himself, too. He's the star catcher for the Detroit Tigers. DIANNE- He was interviewed the other day and said something about the good old days at THS. GLADYS- What about Judy Reese? What has she been doing? DIANNE- Well, after she got out of Harvard, she went into some space station laboratory where she discovered gold in some of the moon rocks. She's going to lead an expedition to the moon with Dave Van Winkle, who's the electronic engineer for the television equipment. George Marshall is going to cover the whole trip for NBC. AILEEN- 1 was talking to Marcia Furu, and she was telling me about the trouble Judy Drake has gotten into for letting some FBI secrets slip. The only lawyer mat could possibly get her out of the mess would be Delton Stuart, who's had a lot of big cases lately. Fay Brewer is the presiding judge and he was telling Marcia that the case could go on and on. GLADYS- Well, what's Marcia doing? 112AILEEN- Why, she's legal secretary at the District Court. DIANNE- GLADYS- A1LEEN- DIANNE- GLADYS- AILEEN- GLADYS- D1ANNE- GLADYS- AILEEN- DIANNE- GLADYS- A1LEEN- GLADYS- AILEEN- GLADYS- AILEEN- DIANNE- AILEEN- GLADYS- AILEEN- DIANNE- AILEEN- Shc came in with Sue Waffle, who's the head of the computer division at the Omterma; Revenue Service. She was telling Marcia how her own income tax return had been overstated by $185.39. Was our class president, Paul Weller, there? Yes he was, but he excused himself early because of his duties as president of Women's Lib. They held a meeting to decide whether to march on the Empire State Building or the Statue of Liberty. Rosie Abel was going with him to give her support. She was planning on burning her . . . well . . . anyway, Paul told her that he didn't think that her support would lend much to the cause. Yeah, I can see why. Speaking of support, Gary Crawford's Salvation Army Band is really making it in New York. With him preaching and John Smith playing the trombone, they're really quite a group. 1 found them doing their thing at the corner of Fifth Avenue and Wall Street when I went to ask them to come to the reunion. 1 heard that Gary was a powerful speaker. Talking about powerful personalities, Jane Baylis was really fired up by our senior glass drive. Ever since then she's been collecting glass in her fight against pollution. I saw her on TV a few weeks ago and she and Peggy Baird were appointed as heads of the PPP, President's Pollution Plan. Peggy was doing research on the disposal of tin cans the last 1 knew. Two years ago she was talking of burying it, and now she is trying to cross a garbage disposal with a goat. Martti Ratia, our high school exchange student, called to tell us he couldn't make it to the class reunion because of his duties as advisor to the Finnish U. N. Ambassador. And what about Pia Navarro, our exchange student from Chile? She was Chile's first woman on the moon and she liked it so well that she decided not to come back, so she couldn't make it to the reunion either. Well, it sounds as if everyone couldn't make it, so who did come? Jerry Winans was there. His Home Ec class was on a field trip and he managed to sneak out for awhile. He's a teacher? Oh, yes, don't you remember, he got the Betty Crocker award for his brownies. Juanita Woods came and she was telling me about the new oatmeal beauty treatment she’s developed at her beauty clinic in Anarctica. In order for it to work, the temperature has to be at least sixty degrees below zero. I saw Mike Green, but he couldn’t stay long either. He had to appear in court for a few minor traffic violations. He had run a stop sign and in order to avoid hitting a little old lady in the middle of the street, his car went up on the sidewalk and hit a telephone pole which fell on a police car. In trying to gain control of his car, it also hit a judge's car, which went up the court steps and ran over two lawyers. They're not in too bad of condition, but 1 think they’re planning on pressing charges. And the irony of the thing is that he was going into court in the first place to pay a fifty cent parking ticket. Man, it really sounds like he's going to be in hot water. Well, he thinks he can get off with a plea of temporary insanity. It sounds as if you were an eye witness. Well, as meter maid. 1 gave him the fifty cent parking ticket. 113Class Motto CLASS MOTTO by Jane Baylis Mr. Myers, Mr. Richardson, Mr. Pelz, faculty, and friends. "No bird soars too high if he soars with his own wings," written by William Blake. This is the motto that we, the graduating class of 1971, have chosen. This is a very important time of our lives. We are gathered as a class tonight; but tomorrow we will be individuals, with individual goals and ambitions. We have reached the point in life where we must make decisions that will determine our future. Our abilities are not all the same - neither are circumstances. But this is not the test. The test is, "how well do we use the abilities that God gave us." Each one of us is a special person. Only you can fill your place and only 1 can fill mine. As the following poem by Douglas Malloch relates, your key for personal success today is having a high purpose. If you can’t be a pine on the top of a hill Be a shrub in the valley, but be The best little shrub by the side of the hill; Be a bush if you can’t be a tree. If you can't be a bush be a bit of grass And some highway happier make; If you can't be a muskie then just be a bass, But be the liveliest bass in the lake. If you can't be a highway then just be a trail; If you can't be the sun be a star; It isn't by size that you win or you fail. Be the best of whatever you are. . . . Douglas Malloch Let us fill our special place in life to the best of our ability and we will prove our motto, "No bird soars too high if he soars with his own wings. " 114FAVORITESThere have been many favorite happenings at Tekonsha High this year. Among those pictured are the Senior Breakfast, the Christmas Inn, the Potter's Clay Concert, and the Cabaret. Other favorite activities include the concert by the Leslie High School choir, the Spring Concert and a drug program presented by the Tekonsha State Police Post.117118ADVERTISERSOur Employees Wish to Congratulate the Graduating Class SOUTHERN MICHIGAN NATIONAL Tekonsha OfficeCompliments of TEKONSHA ENGINEERING COMPANY "Better Products For Mobile Homes Living" GIRARD ENGINEERING COMPANY "Better Products For Mobile Homes Living" MARKING MACHINE COMPANY "Producers of Marking Equipment" Congratulations LARRY MILLER PRODUCTION CREDIT ASSOCIATION Main Street Tekonsha, MichiganCompliments from LEONA’S BEAUTY SALON 328 N. Main Tekonsha, Michigan Compliments of DAN and MARY DAN’S BAR Pizza and Beer Tekonsha, Michigan Congratulations Seniors VILLAGE VANITY THORNTON’S SALES SERVICE Phone: 767-4181 Closed Monday Wheel-Horse Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday 9 A. M. - 5 P. M. Lawn and Garden Equipment Thursday, 12:30 - 9:00 P. M, Phone: 767-4604 Saturday, 8:00 A. M. - 3:30 P. M. Tekonsha, Michigan 209 Main Street Tekonsha, Michigan Compliments of Compliments of JENKINS STANDARD JACK’S BARBER SHOP SERVICE Tekonsha, Michigan 211 Main Street Tekonsha, Michigan Compliments of Compliments of CLIFF’S SPORT GREEN’S HARDWARE GROCERY Tekonsha, Michigan Tekonsha, Michigan 24 hr. 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FLOWERS Phone: 741-4621 Union City, Michigan 103 Main Street Tekonsha, MichiganREDFIELD BROS. MUNN’S BARBER SHOP Your GE Appliance Dealer in Marshall Across from the Bank in Marshall 105 Redfield Plaza Marshall, Michigan Two Barbers Appointment or Open Chair Marshall, Michigan Where Your Farm Comes First FaRrmi Bureau FARMERS PETROLEUM MARSHALL FARM BUREAU OIL CO. R. 3, 1021 East Michigan Marshall, Michigan Congratulations Seniors WASH-QUEEN LAUNDRY Drop-off Laundry and Dry-Cleaning Available Across from Venn's Marshall, Michigan THE VAUGHN COMPANY GOOD’S SALES SERVICE in Marshall ALLIS CHALMERS Quality Clothing at Reasonable Prices Farm Equipment Lawn and Garden Equipment RR 2, 15 1 2 Mi. Rd. , South Marshall, Michigan Featuring Name Brands Your Assurance of Fine Quality R. F. VOGELREVTER’S Congratulations Clas s of 71 From the "Bee People" NICKERSON’S Mens' and Boys' Wear Marshall, Michigan West 1-94 Marshall, Michigan 125Electra-Slide, Ronan and Kunzl's automatic sliding door, was named County and Regional Product of the Year in 1970. Sales Manager Jim Huggett points out the location of the overhead operator to Product of the Year chairman Douglas Danziger. Pizzas Food Cocktails 116 West Michigan Marshall, Michigan RONAN KUNZL, Inc. Marshall, Michigan 49068 BOSHEARS FORD SALES INC. C vrcC 1120 West Michigan Avenue Marshall, Michigan 126Marshall plant of Eaton Corporation's Fluid Power Division is a successful industrial operation that has always found time to be a cooperative, involved corporate citizen of the Marshall community and Calhoun County. Cognizant of its responsibility to the community of which it's a part, Eaton actively supports all civic organizations and projects that enhance life in the Marshall area. An example of this is its sizeable donation towards completion of the new Civic Center. Beyond Eaton's obvious contribution to the community through taxes and its payroll, the corporation also participates through its co-operative education training program. Bing Robinson, a high school senior, is shown at work in the plant's metallurgical lab making one of many checks that controls potential pollution in fluid discharges from the plant. F:T»I I 127Compliments of Compliments of JOHN C. MEEK, CLU RITZEE HAMBURG SHOP Marshall Michigan Michigan Ave. Marshall CARRINGTON PHARMACY Prescription Specialists 101 E. Michigan, Marshall, Mich. Phone 781-8351 100 S. Superior, Albion, Mich. Phone 629-2286 TWO HOUR CLEANERS 155 West Michigan Ave. Marshall Michigan A W DRIVE INN Compliments to the Class of 71 102 West Michigan FIRESIDE INN Marshall Michigan Marshall Michigan Congratulations to the Class of 71 LOUIE’S BAKERY MILLER AALBREGTSE 144 West Michigan Quality Baked Goods Marshall Mens' and Boys' Clothing 110 West Michigan Michigan Decorated Cakes Phone 781-3542 Marshall Michigan 128"Tidey Savings at Tidey's" TIDEY MOTOR SALES 1201 W. Michigan in Marshall Select From Corvettes SS 396 Olds. 442's Nova SS 350 Rallye 350 'Mr. Quick' Z-28 Compliments of FRED’S STANDARD STATION CHAPMAN TRACTOR SALES 302 West Michigan Marshall, Michigan 1003 West Michigan Marshall, Michigan Compliments of JOHN’S STANDARD STATION GREAT ATLANTIC PACIFIC TEA COMPANY 1170 West Michigan Marshall, Michigan Across from the Athletic Field Marshall Michigan m.Compliments of BORON OIL CO. Coldwater, Michigan COLDWATER'S FINEST H H DRY CLEANERS DAVID GREEN, Owner Coldwater, Mich. GRACIE O’SHANAHANS I 69 and US 12 Coldwater, Michigan Congratulations Indians ELIAS BROTHERS Coldwater, Michigan Phone: 278-5762 GARRY H. DONNER Realtor - Insurer Real Service in Real Estate Telephone: 278-5611 20 West Chicago Street Coldwater, Michigan Air Conditioned 20 Lanes COLDWATER RECREATION 559 E. Chicago Rd. Coldwater, Michigan Phone 278-5325 Luck of the Irish to the Graduates 130Compliments of J. C. PENNEY CO. Coldwater, Michigan MUSIC MART Band Instrument Headquarters Coldwater, Michigan Pianos Organs FAMILY PHARMACY Coldwater, Michigan SHOE STORE Coldwater and Marshall, Mich. Congratulations Seniors Congratulations Class of 71 Viess EWEIRV PHONE 517 278-2438 50 v»« Chicago Sirc » COIDWATER, MICHIGAN 49036 Quality Service Integrity EAGLE PRINTING COMPANY INC. Coldwater, Michigan Compliments of H S STEREO 506 East Chicago Street Coldwater, Michigan Congratulations Class of 1971 REYBURN’S 52 West Chicago Coldwater, Michigan 131 Compliments of Compliments of DEAN-TIMM, INC. Insurance BILL BOB’S STANDARD SERVICE also DEAN REALTY Coldwater, Michigan Phone: 278-6540 570 East Chicago Street and 29 Marshall Street Coldwater, Michigan Compliments of Congratulations Class of 71 CARROLL’S SHOES 48 West Chicago Coldwater, Michigan LEONA’S APPAREL BRIDAL SHOPPE Phone: 278-2695 Quincy, Michigan DOROTHA’S BEAUTY SHOPPE Congratulations Seniors GAMBLES 120 East Main Street Homer, Michigan 114 East Main Phone: 568-3100 Homer, Michigan AMSBAUGH’S INC. PAT’S FLOWERS GIFTS Carpet, Furniture, TV, and Appliances 714 South Hillsdale Street 107 Main Street Homer, Michigan Homer, MichiganCompliments of Compliments of H R BLOCK AL’S PURE SERVICE Phone: 278-6854 Coldwater, Michigan 146 West Chicago Street Coldwater, Michigan Compliments of Congratulations Seniors LUEDDERS SHOE STORE Quality Footwear Since 1877 46 West Chicago Street Coldwater, Michigan T HOUSE OF T FABRICS On the Village Square 71 West Pearl Street Coldwater, Michigan Congratulations Class of 71 MIDWAY LANES J. B. BRANCH CO. Department Store Since 1877 Phone: 278-2664 Coldwater, Michigan Bar and Grill 1050 West Chicago Road Coldwater, Michigan JOHN and NORA LEE SHIERY Owners 24 HOUR Daily 9-€ FILM Friday 9-9 SERVICE Sunday 1-5 I carousel! J 62 DlvUlon St. Coldwater Phone: 278-4893 5 ROOMS OF BEAUTIFUL GIFTS PERMANENT FLOWERS Wflbur —Ai M rwf Srotf- 4-8 SOUTH MONROE ST COLDWATER. MICH. 49036 133Congratulations to the Class of 71 DRAKE BOOKKEEPING AND CORNWELL’S TURKEY OFFICE SUPPLY HOUSE RR 4 Marshall, Michigan 142 West Michigan Avenue Marshall, Michigan REX’S I.G.A. WHITLOCK’S SHOES Homer, Michigan Union City, Michigan Nearly 45 Years Cash and Carry ALTHAVER’S HAWKENS’ CHEVROLET FURNITURE STORE INC. Union City, Michigan Union City, Michigan BRAY’S FORD SALES ART WHITNEY REALTOR New and Used Cars Phone Office 741-8331 Home 741-7432 Union City, Michigan 204 Broadway Union City Phone 741-4311 Compliments of AREY’S HARDWARE Burlington, Michigan Phone: 765-2648 TEKONSHA PLYWOOD OUTLET WOLF’S Box 5 Burlington, Michigan of Marshall Carpets, Custom Draperies, Linoleum, Ceramic Tile Phone: 765-2626 Compliments of Compliments of GROHOLSKI BROS. LIVESTOCK DEALERS TRIPLE DELIGHT DAIRY BAR M-60 at 1-69 Tekonsha, Michigan Compliments of Phone: 765-2800 Burlington Michigan BURLINGTON MOTOR SHOP Phone: 765-2443 Burlington, MichiganCompliments of PUTNAM’S FUNERAL HOME Tekonsha, Michigan We, the 1971 Yearbook Staff, would like to thank the businesses and industries of Tekonsha, Marshall, Coldwater, Homer, Union City, Burlington, and Quincy for their support in making this yearbook possible. Compliments of RANDALL’S CHICKEN PRODUCTS Tekonsha, Michigan Compliments of WOLVERINE ENGRAVING Tekonsha, Michigan MILLIMAN’S INSURANCE AGENCY KENNETH and RICHARD MILLIMAN Tekonsha, Michigan 136


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