Tekonsha High School - Indian Yearbook (Tekonsha, MI)

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2The Sleepy Monday Mornings and ihe T.G.I.F. Days TABLE OF CONTENTS Opening 1 Sophomores 113 Activities 11 Freshmen 117 Athletics 25 Junior High 121 Organizations 61 Elementary 129 Classes 69 Advertisers 143 Administration 81 Patrons 163 Faculty 85 Senior Activities 164 Seniors 95 Closing 166 Juniors 109 INDIAN Staff 168 3REMEMBERING. . . The Hours oT Sitting, Listening and Doing Homework 5REMEMBERING. . . 6I Id A Doing Your Own Thing 7REMEMBERING.The Big EvenfsHomecoming A Memorable Event The class of ‘'79” sponsored this year’s Homecoming to make it a very memorable event. Homecoming will live on in the hearts of many for years to come, especially for King Bryan Lindquist and Queen Ruth Nagel. They were chosen by the student body and the final selection was announced at a special assembly on October 7. During the hectic events of Homecoming week, the king and queen reigned and were well recognized. Some of the events this year were a snake dance through the town ending at the school with a bonfire. There, the king and queen won a jello-eat-ing contest with stiff competition from the other members of the court. On the long-awaited Homecoming day, there was the traditional pep rally to raise the spirit of the football players and the stu dent body. There was also competition between classes to see who could cheer the loudest and win the red and white spirit jug which was won by the junior class. Following the pep rally, was the annual parade. After the parade, the senior girls came back to show the junior girls who was boss in a powder-puff football game, but the juniors didn’t give them an easy battle. The seniors had to fight hard to get the winning touchdown to defeat the juniors with a final score of 6 to 0. The spirit was really high as the students entered the gymnasium for the Homecoming dance because the boys had surprised the Waldron Spartans beating them 24 to 14. It was the first Homecoming victory in over 10 years. It was probably the most welcomed victory of the season and it will be remembered for a long, long time. 12 (Above) Julie Randall struggles for a touchdown for the |unior girls (Above Right) An exciting moment during the game for the players, and the crowd (Right).(Top Left) The Waldron team gives quar terback Terry King a little trouble. (Top Right) Bruce White, Tim Caputo, and Doug Saltzgaber show their feelings about the Homecoming victory. (Middle Left) The junior boys show their spirit by cheering at the powder puff game. (Middle Right) The team gets fired up for the big game. (Left) An action packed moment during the powder puff game. 13Homecoming Bryan and Ruth Preside Over Events The 1977 Homecoming King and Queen Bryan Lindquist and Ruth Nagel Senior Attendants Kurt Sherwood and Brenda Raginia Senior Attendants Terry King and Kelly Struwin 14Junior Attendant Tracee Vincent and Dan Sweet Sophomore Attendant Freshman Attendant Vickie Sisco and Tim Caputo Gloria Tetreault and Eric Ciotta Eighth Grade Attendant Verli Stefan and Kevin George Seventh Grade Attendant Lorie White and Butchie Neals Bryan and Ruth open with the first dance at Homecoming. 15Fall Festival A Night Fun for Everyone On November 14, the annual Fall Festival was held. It is sponsored each year by the PTO. The various booths operated by the classes and organizations to raise money helped make the night fun for all. 16Opposite Page: (Top) Pat Davis tries his skills as the sophomore class booth. (Bottom) The crowd wanders from booth to booth at the Fall Festival This Page: (Top Left) Mrs. Karen Friend helps out at the Boosters Club booth. (Top Right) Jack Woods tees off at the Student Council golf putt booth. (Left) Loren Phillips tries his skill out at the junior high dime-pitch as classmates watch. 17Cabaret "A Space Odyssey" The eighth annual Cabaret, sponsored by the Student Council, was held April 15. The theme for the show this year was "Space Odyssey.” Kurt Sherwood and Lois Hazen served as master and mistress of ceremonies over the many talented acts. The students entertained a full house. The crowd was estimated at almost 600 people (Top) Kurt Sherwood and Lois Hazen introduce the next act. (Right) Annette Brewer, Laurie Shank, and Dianne Saltz-gaber dance to "Close Encounters of the Third Kind.” (Below) Laurie Duckett portrays “Big Bird” and sings “Stick Together.” (Below Right) Jerry McAtee sings "Take Me Home Country Roads.” 18This Page: (Top Left) Kathe Flanery entertains the large crowd by singing "It’s Going to Take Some Time.'' (Top Center) Dwayne Feltner and Brandon Shilling act out a skit called "The Salesman." (Top Right) April Frakes sings "Let Me Be There.” (Center Left) Jack Woods and Melanie Doolittle do a duet of "I Can’t Last A Day Without You.' (Above) Ann Casebeer plays the piano and sings "My Way. (Left) Jamie Sisco, Tracee Vincent, Vicki Sisco, and Susan George do a dance to "You Should Be Dancing.” 19(Top Left) ,,Sam” is sung by Michele Johnson. (Top Right) Deb bie VanHoose starts the show by singing “Cabaret.” (Right) Walt Waffle does a drum solo called “Burst of Confusion ’ which kept everyone alert. (Above) Shannon Swick entertains the crowd by doing a gymnastic routine. 20(Column at Left) Randy Cole, Brent Cole, and Bill Wiescholek are in a group called "Dixie Clodhoppers." Together they played "Rollin' In My Sweet Baby's Arms" and "Shuckin' The Corn." (Top Middle) Doug Kempton is pictured singing "Come Sail Away." (Top Right) Denise Kempton ended the show with "Keep Singing That Love Song.” (Above) Amber Warner plays a piano solo. 21Prom and Banquet 'Point of No Return' The junior class of 1979 honored the senior class with the traditional prom and banquet on May 13. The evening began with the banquet at the Coldwa-ter Civic Room. The food was catered by Benedicts of Quincy in a smorgasbord style. Mr. Harold Tor-rey, third grade teacher, was the guest speaker for the evening. Following the Banquet was the Prom, which was held at the Somerset Lounge of Coldwa-ter. Cake and punch were served for everyone to enjoy while students, administration, and faculty members danced to the music of “Comstock Lode.” The theme for the evening was “Point of No Return." (Top) Senior class President Bryan Lindquist and his date, Dianne Saltzgaber cut the cake. (Right) Patty Green and Paul Palik enjoy themselves at the prom. 22(Top) Principal. Dr. Joseph Serra and his wife lead the way in the smorgasbord line. (Middle Left) Jerry Eishen and his date share a special moment. (Middle Right) Couples enjoy dancing to the music from "Comstock Lode.” (Bottom Left) Mark Stemaly and Sherry Newhouse visit together before sitting down at the ban quet. (Bottom Right) Laura Stall waits patiently to go through the food line. 23Prom and Banquef (Above) Bryan Lindquist and Dianne Saltzgaber enjoy themselves dancing. (Top Right) Doug Doolittle and Vickie Hampton wait to be seated for the Banquet. (Right) Mark Eberts eats while his date stares in amazement, won dering where he puts it all. (Bottom Left) Laura Stall samples the food before sitting down. (Bottom Right) Ruth Nagel and Hubert Kelly smile as they enjoy the evening. 24_LZ »Uio6( . ilr L 16J LLS, ' £ L j UuC J2LL4- 1 r ' - rfr? {-i . -V Jg£v k «2.. '' x rr7T ' . »isu, u£ tc 'tZ cA O' y ly'-Ji-j'i Z%'. ;i r. . j ' a tu -- ■• As. i ?sz' sla. of . r Y' y r u' t YY - j-faC J Y£r y ‘ u Li ' ' -; ' ■y''. i 4' - y 440 .4y, sOfrtuL'C'ruy fyju . ' , LL-A xX ' ' ■ — -y — ---------------------- r- r r te jaataJ i ✓Football Team Moves The THS varsity football team took fourth in the league and had a good season with a three win, six loss record for the 1977-78 season. The team had six seniors who played a tremendous role in every game defensively and offensively. Even though the varsity will lose them, the team will gain many more new players next year. Coach Robert Tyckoski and Coach Reid Waffle are proud of the guys for the great team effort displayed in every game. (Above) Coach Reid Waffle gives encouragement to the guys. (Top Right) The townspeople of Tekonsha cheer on the team to a victory. (Center Right) Coach Waffle gives last minute instructions to Dale Olds. (Bottom Right) Coach Robert Tyckoski instructs Jeff Seekman on how to run the next play. 26VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM: (Back) Coach Reid Waffle, Bryan Lindquist, Dan Sweet, Bob Carlson, Terry King, Doug Doolittle, Mark Eberts, Allie Amsler, Bryan White, Coach Robert Tyckoski. (Middle) Rusty Cummins, Tim Jenkins, Kurt Sherwood, Marty Nagel, Jerry Eishen, Steve Morley. (Front) Jim Duckham. Robert Brown, Hubert Kelly, Jeff Flynn, Jeff Seekman, Dan Shaffer, Dale Olds. SENIOR PLAYERS AND COACHES: (Back) Coach Reid Waffle, Kurt Sherwood, Rusty Cummins, Dale Olds. (Front) Bryan Lindquist, Terry King, Allie Amsler, Coach Robert Tyckoski. VARSITY FOOTBALL SCORES THS OPP. 12 Centreville 41 30 Howe Military 20 12 North Adams 56 8 Camden 35 12 Pittsford 8 22 Waldron 14 12 Litchfield 40 0 Camden 20 22 Martin 28 27Fooiball (Right) A happier view of the team rejoicing after a touchdown has been made. (Below) Coach Robert Tyckoski helps Terry King with his helmet (Center Right) Bryan Lindquist (81) and Terry King think up a sly strategy to use on the other team (Bottom) The team smothers the Waldron player before he can get any where. (Bottom Right) Terry King (11) tries to keep the ball away from Waldron. 28JUNIOR VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM (Back) Manager — Harold O'Dell, Manager — Roger Wilson, Myron Wolcott, Ross Upston, Tom Jolly, Mark Macomber, Vonnie Boston, Daryl Cummins, Dan Warner, Mike Copeland, Assistant Coach — Tom Ciotta, Coach Robert Currie. (Middle) Mark Summerfield, Jim Kelly, Scott Dool ittle, Bruce White, Tim Caputo, Doug Saltzgaber, Arron Kevwitch, Tim Beam, Jerome Flynn. (Front) Bill Ludlow, Bob Wiescholek, John O’Dell, Todd Sherwood, Floyd Siegel, Jim Weir, Steve Ball. Todd Hemon. JUNIOR VARSITY FOOTBALL SCORES THS 0 Centreville OPP. 16 12 North Adams 8 12 Camden 14 0 Pittsford 20 22 Waldron 12 36 Litchfield 28 Can you guess which varsity football players are showing their legs off? Legs Number 10 won the cheerleaders legs contest at Homecoming. Do you know who they belong to? (Dale Olds). 29Cheerleadine Girls Keep Spirits High As well as cheering the teams on at every game, the cheerleaders sponsored cake raffles, held a dance, sold waste baskets, and raffled off stuffed animals to help buy coats. To keep school spirit high during districts, the cheerleaders decorated the halls, made locker signs and held pep rallies. With help from their advisor, Mrs. Betty Shank, the cheerleaders had a fun year. (Above) VARSITY FOOTBALL CHEERLEADERS: Lori Frakes, Michele Johnson, Laurie Shank, Dianne Saltzgaber, Annette Brewer, Tracee Vincent Michelle Newhouse. (Left) JUNIOR VAR SITY FOOTBALL CHEERLEADERS: Debbie Stuart, Shelly George, Jamie Sisco, Jane Shedd. (Front Row) Vickie Sisco, Penny Frakes, Susan George. (Below) SENIOR VARSITY CHEERLEADERS: Laurie Shank, Dianne Saltzgaber, Michele Johnson, Lori Frakes. 30(Left) VARSITY BASKETBALL CHEER LEADERS: Lori Frakes, Michelle New house, Laurie Shank, Michele Johnson, Dianne Saltzgaber, Annette Brewer, Tra cee Vincent. (Middle Left) JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL CHEERLEADERS: (Top) Jane Shedd, Debbie Stuart. (Middle) Penny Frakes, Jamie Sisco, Shelly George. (Bottom) Vickie Sisco, Susan George. 31Varsitu Basketball Saltzgaber Named to 8CAA Team This year, the girls' varsity basketball team consisted of six seniors, three juniors, and one sophomore. The girls were coached by Miss Coleen Wendel. After a good season last year, accepting defeat was hard for all the team members to cope with. However, the team worked hard and showed good improvement, especially from the bench. Even though the team did not place very high in the league standings, the team members tried their best against the state runner-up, North Adams. The team’s record for the season was 6 wins and 13 losses. Dianne Saltzgaber was selected as a member of the South Central Athletic Association All-League Team. GIRLS’ VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM: (Top) Michelle Newhouse. (Second) Marlene Friend, Dianne Saltzgaber. (Third) Julie Randall, Jackie Upston, Sherry Newhouse. (Bottom) Diane Amsler, Dawn Randall, Laurie Shank, Annette Brewer. (Standing) Manager Lynette Selby, Coach Coleen Wendel. (Right) Annette Brewer (31) has the ball during an exciting part of a game. 32SENIOR PLAYERS: Dianne Saltzgaber, Diane Amsler, Laurie Jackie Upston. Shank, Coach Coleen Wendel, Dawn Randall, Sherry Newhouse, THS VARSITY SCORES OPP. 37 Reading 19 22 Mendon 25 45 Waldron 39 40 North Adams 57 36 Pittsford 38 41 Camden 40 61 Springport 30 34 Litchfield 36 36 Bronson 47 55 Waldron 29 21 North Adams 47 35 Springport 24 33 Pittsford 37 32 Camden 35 35 Litchfield 46 31 Bronson 50 36 Mendon 48 24 Reading 26 23 DISTRICTS North Adams 53 (Above) Three team members pose for a picture after a long sea son. 33Varsity Basketball (Right) Dianne Saltzgaber (15) looks for an open player. (Below) Coach Coleen Wendel fires the girls up during a time out. (Bottom Right) Annette Brewer listens seriously to the coach. (Bottom Left) Coach Wendel explains a play during a time out. 34(Top Left) Laurie Shank is awaiting a pass. (Top Right) Dianne Saltzgaber (15) dribbles down the court. (Above Left) Coach Coleen Wendel and team during a time out. (Above Right) Sherry Newhouse (25) and Jackie Upston (14) shown in action during a game. (Left) Coach Wendel and girls smile for a picture, knowing the game is theirs. 35J. V. Basketball Looking Forward to the Future This year’s girls' junior varsity basketball team consisted of 15 members coached by Mrs. Rinette Tyckoski. The girls ended the season with a 9-9 win-loss record. Coach Tyckoski commented on the season, “Tek-onsha should look forward to having some outstanding varsity girls’ basketball teams in the future.” Also Coach Tyckoski added, “This year’s group was a great group to work with.” 36JUNIOR VARSITY SCORES 1 THS OPP 22 Reading 20 13 Mendon 18 26 Waldron 8 16 North Adams 30 24 Pittsford 16 28 Camden Frontier 20 22 Springport 20 24 Litchfield 28 21 Bronson 40 28 Waldron 19 23 North Adams 31 23 Springport 36 16 Pittsford 17 23 Camden Frontier 17 27 Litchfield 29 18 Bronson 43 28 Mendon 13 18 Reading 13 GIRLS’ JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM: (Standing) Gloria Tetreault. Kim Reincke, Jane Shedd, Marlene Friend, Kathy Eberts, Ann Casebeer, Cheryl Doolittle, Deana Yates, Manager Debbie Stuart. (Sitting) Terri Kempton, Susan George, Shelly George, Peggy Monroe, Kathy Buys, Kim Bennett, Jamie Sisco. (Not Pictured) Coach Rinette Tyckoski. Opposite Page: (Top) Kim Rencke (32) goes for a lay up followed by Ann Casebeer (31). (Bottom) Coach Rinette Tyckoski and the team are in a huddle planning their next play. This Page: (Top) Shelly George (10) fights for the ball and Cheryl Doolittle (44) tries to help. 37Varsitu Basketball Team Breaks Records The boys’ varsity basketball team had an overall record of 10 wins, and 12 losses. Two of the players were chosen for the All-League Team. They were senior Bryan Lindquist and sophomore Tim Jenkins. Lindquist also received honorable mention in the 1978 Free Press All-State Team. Higb point man of the season was Bryan Lindquist with 427 which broke a school record. Doug Saltzgaber broke the record with the most assists in one game with ten. The team didn't get as far in the tournaments as they did last year, winning the first game in the tournaments, but losing the second game in a heartbreaking one-point loss. % VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM: (Standing) Hubert Kelly. Jeff Flynn, Doug Saltzgaber, Bob Carlson, Bryan Lindquist, Dan Sweet, Ross Upston, Tim Jenkins, Kevin Webber. (Kneeling) Managers Russell Buys, Martin Webber, Coach Larry Stout, and Manager Kevin George. 38Opposite Page: (Top) The only senior player, Bryan Lindquist (52), is shown aiming for a basket. This Page: (Left) Coach Larry Stout talks to the team dur ing a timeout. (Left Middle) Tim Jenkins (42) goes for the basket. (Right Middle) Doug Saltzgaber (40) tries a long shot. (Bottom) Players are announced before the start of a game while THS cheerlead ers cheer them on. 39(Top) Bryan u. iquist (52) outjumps his opponent during the start of the game. (Above) Doug Saltzgaber does a jump shot for two points. (Above Right) Coach Larry Stout talks eagerly to the team during a time out. (Right) Tim Jenkins (42) dribbles down the court into scoring position. 40Photo courtesy Sharon Mack, Coldwater Daily Reporter. THS VARSITY SCORES OPP. 41 Colon 44 51 Pittsford 50 36 Jonesville 38 46 Colon 50 60 Litchfield 62 75 St. Phillip 85 54 Athens 43 43 North Adams 57 49 Waldron 47 64 Centreville 60 66 Howe Military 43 73 Pittsford 53 67 Litchfield 89 59 Jonesville 65 57 Camden-Frontier 45 55 North Adams 64 76 Lawton 73 44 Waldron 54 60 Lansing-Christian 74 58 Camden Frontier (District) 50 57 Pittsford (District) . 50 37 Camden-Frontier 38 Varsiiu Basketball (Top Left) Bryan Lindquist (52) jumps high for the tip off. (Top Right) Bob Carlson (44) hesitates to pass as he seems to be siz mg up an opponent. (Above) Tim Jenkins (42) shoots with great concentration. 41Freshman and J. V. Basketball Two Teams Play This year THS had enough freshman boys out to have a freshman basketball team. Coach Tony Bowling had a full time job coaching both freshman and JV teams. The freshman team finished the season with four wins and four losses. The JV finished the season with five wins and thirteen losses. FRESHMAN BASKETBALL TEAM: (Back) Scott Doolittle, Todd Sherwood, Ted Groholske, Scott Waffle, Phillip Wolf, Coach Tony Bowling. (Bottom) Manager Martin Webber, Mark Summerfield, Clinton Reincke, Tim Beam, Manager Kevin George. FRESHMAN SCORES THS OPP. 25 Jonesville 35 41 Colon 22 41 Litchfield 31 26 North Adams 40 46 Centerville 59 19 Litchfield 14 54 Jonesville 28 31 Camden-Frontier 36 (Top) Coach Tony Bowling explains some plays to the team during a time out. (Above) Arron Kevwitch (22) prepares to take a shot. 42J.V. BASKETBALL TEAM: (Back) Coach Tony Bowling, Tim Caputo, Daryl Cummings, Mark Klinga man, Dan Warner, Arron Kevwitch, Bruce White. (Front) Managers: Russell Buys, Martin Webber, Doug Minniear, Todd Henion, Manager Kevin George. JUNIOR VARSITY SCORES THS OPP. 14 Colon 42 34 Pittsford 61 45 Jonesville 52 30 Colon 40 40 Litchfield 37 38 North Adams 41 30 Waldron 37 26 Centreville 77 52 Howe Military 48 47 Pittsford 64 39 Litchfield 48 55 Jonesville 72 26 Camden-Frontier 67 36 North Adams 34 38 Lawton 33 29 Waldron 41 49 Lansing Christian 43 31 Camden-Frontier 64 (Middle) Todd Sherwood (3) shoots for two points and Scott Waffle prepares to rebound if the shot is missed. (Below Left) Bruce White (44) dribbles down the court looking for an open player while Ted Groholske (20) and Todd Sherwood (3) follow close behind. 43Varsitu Volleuball A Young Team The varsity girls' volleyball team had only eight members again this year. The season was an excellent one, considering the inexperience of the young team and it was only the third year of interscholastic volleyball for Tekonsha. The varsity had a good season ending it with an eight win, nine loss record. (Above) The girls get fired up to go onto the floor. (Above) The team takes a moment to relax. (Above) VARSITY VOLLEYBALL TEAM: (Back) Kelly Struwin, Coach Coleen Wendel, Sherry Newhouse. (Middle) Manager LeAnn Waffle, Marlene Friend, Dawn Bemis, Kathryn Eberts. (Front) Manager Dori Richar, Laurie Stall, Kim Bennett, Tracee Vincent, Manager Brenda White. (Above) Coach Coleen Wendel with her seniors. Sherry New house, Kelly Struwin, and Laurie Stall. 44VARSITY VOLLEYBALL RECORD Colon Loss Springport Loss North Adams ' Loss Litchfield Win Waldron Win Mendon Loss Pittsford Loss Litchfield Win Colon Loss Waldron Win Mendon Loss Pittsford Win Camden Win Camden Win Quincy Faith Win Springport Loss North Adams Loss (Top Left) Kim Bennett goes up for a spike. (Top Right) Kathryn Eberts, Kim Bennett, and Marlene Friend move into position to receive a serve. (Middle Left) Coach Coleen Wendel isn't the only one that gives pep talks during a time out, as Dawn Bemis says a few encouraging words to Donetta Yates. (Middle Right) Tracee Vincent goes up for a block. (Left) Marlene Friend bumps the ball. 45J.V. Volleuball Team Shows Steady Improvement The J.V. team consisted of all first-year players with the exception of one. For such a young and inexperienced team, they showed steady improvement through the year. Coach Coleen Wendel commented, "The team performed much better than I had anticipated." Coach Wendel felt that the team gave their maximum effort throughout the season. The J.V. records showed that a young and inexperienced team isn't an easy team to beat. They ended the season with an eight-win, nine-loss record. J.V. VOLLEYBALL RECORD Colon Loss Springport Win North Adams Loss Litchfield Win Waldron Win Mendon Loss Pittsford Loss Litchfield Win Colon Loss Waldron Win Mendon Loss Pittsford Win Camden Win Camden Loss Quincy Faith Win Springport Loss North Adams Loss THE J.V. VOLLEYBALL TEAM: (Back) Coach Coleen Wendel. Manager Brenda White, Kathy Buys. Melanie Doolittle, Donetta Yates, Manager Le Ann Wattle, Manager Don Ric-har. (Front) Cindy La Fond, Jeanette Johnson, Carole Ludlow, Chris Hampton, Vickie Hampton, Mel Johnson. 46Opposite Page: (Top) Chris Hampton gets a high toss for her serve. This Page: (Upper Left) The team gets ready to take the floor before the game (Upper Right) Cindy LaFond receives the serve well. (Middle Left) Cindy LaFond and Vickie Hampton get into position to receive the serve. (Above) Donetta Yates catches the eye of the camera. (Left) Coach Coleen Wendel gives some last minute instructions to the girls. 47Wrestling Improvement in Second Season The wrestling team showed improvement for the second season of wrestling. The team had three wins, nine losses, and one tie. Earlier during the season, they went to their first invitational at Dansville and placed sixth out of eight teams. Bob Per-sails and Jack Woods placed second and third in which they brought home medals. Only one member of the team went to state this year. Vonnie Boston came in fourth at regionals which were held at Adrian-Madison. He then advanced to state competition at Potterville. (Above Right) Vonnie Boston is ready to go another round. (Right) Eric Ciotta puts his wrestler in a pinning position. 48WRESTLING TEAM (Back) Coach Robert Tyckoski, Vonnie Boston. Bryan White. Bob Persails, Bill Ludlow, Manager Joe Flynn. (Front) Jon Mack, Eric Ciotta, Doug Kempton, Bob Wiescholek. Jack Woods. Jerome Flynn. (Lower Right) Assistant Coach Rick White (Not Pictured) Floyd Siegel. WRESTLING SCORES THS OPP. 54 Quincy Faith 18 8 Centerville 67 21 Mendon 37 24 Athens 42 30 Homer 37 21 Mendon 45 24 Vandercook Lake 48 57 Quincy Faith 24 29 Athens 44 30 Springport 30 12 Jonesville 59 36 Mendon 28 18 Springport 29 49 (Above) Floyd Siegel is eager to break his tough opponent down for some points (Below Right) Eric Ciotta makes a move to get a reversal on a Sprmgport Spartan wrestlerVARSITY BASEBALL TEAM: (Back) Hubert Kelly, Tim Jenkins, Ross Upston, Bryan Lindquist, Marty Nagel, Jeff Flynn, Coach Larry Stout. (Front) Tim Caputo, Kevin Webber, Doug Saltzgaber, Dale Olds, John O'Dell, Robert Brown, Manager Joseph Flynn. 50Baseball Team Wins League and District Titles The Tekonsha baseball team had their best season ever this year. They won 15 games and lost 10. During the season, the baseball team won the league and district titles for the first time for THS and played two regional games before being defeated by Grass Lake. Mr. Larry Stout coached the team through their victorious season. Tim Jenkins had the highest batting average on the team and pitcher Jeff Flynn was the most valuable with a pitching record of 12 wins and 2 losses. The JV team, coached by Mr. Wayne Mason, won 4 games and lost 2. (Top Left) Ross Upston throws a mean curve to win the game. (Middle Left) Marty Nagel puts his best foot forward. (Bottom Left) Can you guess who this man is behind those Foster Grant's? (Above) Kevin Webber tries for at least a double to help out the guys. 5! (Right Top) Coach Larry Stout gives Kevin Webber some good advice (Middle Right) Marty Nagel gets ready for the ball. (Right) Doug Saltzgaber is the designated scorekeeper for the night. (Top Left) John O'Dell gets ready for the game to begin. (Above) Ross Upston and the umpire have a few words.JUNIOR VARSITY BASEBALL TEAM: (Back) Floyd Siegel, Todd Sherwood, Scott Waffle, Jerome Flynn, Dan Warner, Doug Minniear, Coach Wayne Mason. (Front) Mark Summerfield, Tim Beam, Clinton Reincke, Todd Flenion, Phil Wolf, Manager Jeff Summerfield. Baseball THS J.V. SCORES OPP. 2 Litchfield 1 5 Jackson 1 3 Centerville 4 15 Centerville 8 4 Homer 6 12 Litchfield 3 THS VARSITY SCORES OPP. 12 “■Litchfield 17 7 Colon 10 1 Colon 15 8 “■North Adams 1 9 Reading 13 2 ““Waldron 11 11 ‘■'Pittsford 6 19 “■Litchfield 5 11 “■North Adams 1 6 Reading 10 3 Reading 6 3 “■Waldron 2 15 “■Camden 10 5 “■Pittsford 1 0 ““North Adams 4 11 “■Waldron 3 13 “■Camden 1 8 ““Pittsford LION’S TOURNAMENT 4 6 Colon 4 2 Fremont PREDISTRICTS 8 ■ 4 Centerville DISTRICTS 3 3 Climax 2 6 Athens REGIONALS Detroit St. Martin 4 9 DePorries 2 4 Grass Lake ““Denotes league games 10TRACK TEAM: (Back) Manager Kevin Klingaman, Phil Wolf, Bob Carlson, Vonnie Boston, Dan Sweet, Ted Groholske, Marc Ste maly, Hubert Kelly, Mike Nagel, Coach Robert Currie, Manager, David Sweet. (Second) Jeff Seek man, Todd Sherwood, Floyd Siegel, Allen Hines, Tom Jolly, Myron Wolcott, Jim Duckham. (Front) Manager Russell Buys, Bruce White, Jack Woods, Jim Kelly, John Davis, Arron Kevwitch, Gary White. (Above) Floyd Siegel leads the way in the two mile, with Jack Woods and Jim Kelly following. (Middle Right) Senior members Marc Stemaly and Terry King are shown with their Coach Robert Currie. (Right) Arron Kevwitch struggles to the finish line of his 440 race. 54 TRACK SCORES THS OPP. 54 Homer 104 52 Pittsford 106 47 Litchfield 111 96' 2 North Adams 63 2 30 Camden Frontier 128 53 Waldron 105 Track A Rebuilding Year This year’s track team didn't have a very successful season. Since it was a rebuilding year, the team was young and in some ways inexperienced. The team had many new members out for their first year of track. The boys had one win (against North Adams) and five losses. Myron Wolcott broke a school record in the 330 low hurdles. The team went to the Potterville Invitational and performed very well. However, they did not do very well at Regionals which were held at Covert. (Above) Marc Stemaly gets ready to throw the discus. (Left Top) Bob Carlson concentrates to throw the shot put. (Left) Jim Duck ham leaps over the high jump. 55Track Records Broken This year, the girl's track team had a new coach, Mr. Tony Bowling. With the help of Coach Bowling, the girls had a very successful season considering the inexperience of the young team. A total of four school records were broken SENIOR TRACK MEMBERS: (Front) Michele Johnson, Lori Frakes. this year. Marlene Friend broke the high jump (Back) Jackie Upston, Dianne Saltzgaber. record with a jump of 4'9", Kim Bennett broke the 110 yard low hurdle record with a time of 17.5. The mile relay team of Susan George, Shelly George, Gloria Tetreault, and Penny Frakes, made a new record in the mile relay with a time of 4:44, and Penny Frakes broke the school record in the mile with a time of 5:56.6. Although it will be hard to replace the senior track members, Coach Bowling feels that next year the team looks promising because of the fact that there will be a lot of returning girls and also because the team will have more experience. Over all, the girls tied with Litchfield to place third in the league. On May 31, Dianne Saltzgaber and Penny Frakes attended the Champion of Champions meet. (Above Right) "Runners to your mark, get set . . ." (Right) Marlene Friend demonstrates her form in the high jump. 56TRACK SCORES THS OPP. 46 Homer 90 30 Athens 106 3QV2 Pittsford 97 2 99 North 36 Adams 79 Waldron 57 68V2 Litchfield 67 z 49 2 Camden 86V2 GIRL'S TRACK TEAM: (Front) Marlene Friend, Vickie Sisco, Penny Frakes, Jamie Sisco, Kim Bennett, Deana Yates (Middle) Tracee Vincent, Gloria Tetreault, Jill Blake, Susan George, Julie Randall, Shelly George, Kathy Eberts. (Back) Manager Lorie White, Michele Johnson, Dianne Saltzgaber, Cheryl Doolittle, Jackie Upston, Mel Johnson, Jane Shedd, Manager Nancy Thompson, Coach Tony Bowling. (Above) Penny Frakes picks up her pace in the last lap of the mile. (Above Left) Kim Bennett (13) and Kathy Eberts (34) show their style in the hurdles. (Left) Jane Shedd and Tracee Vincent run the two mile. 57Sports Banquef Lindquist, Qaltzgaber — Top Athletes The Athlete of the Year Awards and other awards were presented June 6, at the annual Sports Banquet sponsored by the Boosters Club. The event was held in the THS gym and the school cooks furnished the meal. This year. Athlete of the Year Awards went to Dianne Saltzgaber and Bryan Lindquist. Coaches presented awards for the following: Football: Steve Weller Award, Todd Sherwood; Most Valuable Linemen, Dale Olds; Most Valuable Back, Terry King; Best Team Player and All League Team, Bryan Lindquist; Honorable Mention All League, Dale Olds, Terry King, Tim Jenkins and Mark Eberts. Girls’ Basketball: Most Improved, Michele New-house; Most Dedicated, Sherry Newhouse; Most Valuable and All League Team, Dianne Saltzgaber. Boys’ Basketball: Most Improved, Bob Carlson; Sharpshooter and Most Valuable, Bryan Lindquist; All League Team, Bryan Lindquist and Tim Jenkins; Honorable Mention All State, Bryan Lindquist. Volleyball: Most Improved: Laurie Stall; Most Valuable, Sherry Newhouse; All League Team, Sherry Newhouse, Kelly Struwin and Laurie Stall. Wrestling: Most Improved, Steve Morley; Most Aggressive, Jerome Flynn. Boys’ Track: Most Dedicated, Track Team; Most Outstanding, Marc Stemaly. Girls’ Track: Most Improved, Michelle Johnson; Most Valuable, Dianne Saltzgaber. Baseball: Best Batting Average, Tim Jenkins; Most Valuable, Jeff Flynn. The baseball team also received SCAA medals and Class D pins. Students who participated in JV or varsity sports were given letters, pins and certificates. The senior varsity cheerleaders were given special trophies. All senior athletes were given plaques for their participation in sports. Medals were also given to past Athlete of the Year recipients. The Louis Pervine Boosters Award went to Hubert and Virginia Kelly. 38(Top Left) Marc Sternaly receives the Most Outstanding Award in track from Coach Currie. (Top Right) Coach Bowling presents Dianne Saltzgaber with the trophy for Most Valuable in track (Middle Left) The senior boys receive their recognition for their participation in varsity sports. (Above) Bryan Lindquist is awarded Most Valuable in basketball from Coach Stout. (Left) The senior girls receive their letters and certificates. 59Sports Banquet (Top Left) Bob Carlson is given his trophy for Most Improved in basketball from Coach Stout. (Top Right) Tim Jenkins receives his All League Team certificate for basketball from Coach Stout. (Above) The 1978 baseball district champs line up for a picture. (Middle Right) Michele Newhouse receives Most Improved in basketball from Coach Wendel (Right) Kathy Lessmann holds her trophy for the junior high Wade Patten Memorial Award for scholarship, citizenship, leadership and athletics. 60Student Council Spotlight, Tables Purchased by Council The highlight of this year's Student Council was the eighth annual Cabaret, with the theme "Space Odyssey." Other Student Council money-making projects consisted of selling the rest of the Tekonsha T-shirts, sponsoring a Muscular Dystrophy dance, and a booth for the Fall Festival which was a miniature golf game. With the money the Student Council made this year, they purchased two picnic tables that the shop class built, and a spotlight to be used for various school events. STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS AND ADVISORS: Mr. Wayne Mason, advisor; Jackie Upston, vice-president; Lois Hazen, president; Michele Johnson, secretary; Dawn Ran dall, treasurer; Mrs. Vilma Carlson, advisor. STUDENT COUNCIL REPRESENTATIVES: (Seated) Melanie Doolittle, Laurie Shank, Susan George. (Second Row) Debbie Stuart, Dianne Saltzgaber, Eric Ciotta, Annette Brewer, Hubert Kelly, Debbie Van Hoose, Dawn Bemis. (Back Row) Kurt Sherwood, Ross Upston, Jack Woods. 62This year’s Varsity Club consisted of approximately 30 students. Along with their advisor, Mr. Tony Bowling, the club had a successful year. The Varsity Club sold Tekonsha mittens, scarves, and hats, mugs, and jackets. At the Fall Festival the club sold old uniforms, jerseys, and football helmets. The club also sponsored a dance. Dianne Saltzgaber and Dan Sweet were chosen by the club as co-presidents and Laurie Shank was the secretary and treasurer. Varsiiu Club Members Sell Many Hems VARSITY CLUB MEMBERS: (Front) Laurie Shank, Kathy Eberts, Penny Frakes, Dawn Bemis, Tracee Vincent, Marlene Friend, Sherry Newhouse, Diane Amsler. (Second Row) Hubert Kelly, Mark Eberts, Annette Brewer, Dawn Randall, Lois Hazen, Dianne Saltzgaber, Michele Johnson, Jackie Upston. (Third Row) Doug Saltzgaber, Tim Jenkins, Floyd Siegel, Tim Caputo, Marty Nagel, Dan Sweet, Bob Carlson, Advisor Mr. Tony Bowling. (Back Row) Ross Upston, Doug Kempton, Jack Woods, Jeff Flynn, Kurt Sherwood, Bryan Lindquist. 63THS CONCERT BAND: (Front) Robin Doolittle, Robert Keifer, Melanie Doolittle, Annette Brewer, Donetta Yates, Nancy Jones, Susan George, Gloria Tetreault, Cathy Olds. (Second) Lois Hazen, Robert Carlson, Cindy Schafer, Lorie Seekman, Michele Johnson, Eric Ciotta, Dianne Saltzgaber, Robert Welsh, Tracee Vincent, Jim Kelly, Vickie Sisco, Jane Shedd, Melanie Johnson, Cindy LaFond, Terri Kempton. (Third) Deana Yates, Cheryl Doolittle, Jane Olds, Hubert Kelly, Jill Blake, Doug Saltzgaber, Walt Waffle, Scott Randall. (Seated) Doug Kempton, Bob Wiescholek, Doug Myers, Scott Eishen, Bill Wiescholek, and Director Kevin McMullin. (Not Pictured) Brenda Ragmia, Laurie Shank, Marla Strang, Laura Miller. SENIOR BAND MEMBERS: Lois Hazen, Brenda Raginia, Walt Waffle, Diane Saltzgaber, Laurie Shank, Michele Johnson. Jane Olds, Scott Randall, and Cheryl Doolittle help each other with their friend, the drum, during Homecoming week. 64Music Bands, Singers Give Performances (Above) The THS marching band performs at the annual Homecoming parade. The THS band had a very busy year. They started the year oft by selling all-occasion cards to raise money for extra uniforms. They participated in the annual Homecoming parade on October 14, and also the Marshall Christmas parade as well as presenting the Christmas Concert. They also put on a Student Recital March 30. The Spring Concert was held May 9, in which the concert band played the famous "Star Wars." They were also selected to perform at the BANDARRAY at Grand Valley State College on May 16. The BANDARRAY is a day in which all bands perform outdoor concerts throughout the day at Grand Valley State campus. Tbe choir and Indian singers participated in the Christmas Concert and Spring Concert. The band, choir, and Indian singers performed the "Hallelujah Chorus” at the Christmas Concert. They also sold candles to buy sound equipment and uniforms. The Indian singers performed at various places throughout the year such as the Carriage Inn, Little People, and at a Grange banquet. 'v The senior high marching band and majorettes Tracee Vincent, Michele Newhouse, Marlene Friend, and Susan George. 65Music CHOIR: (Front) Cindy Baker, John Coffman, Randy Brown, Steve Phelps, Lynnda Granger. (Second) Leila Oakes, Ann Casebeer, Billy Michaelson, Ricky Holbrook, Cathy Olds, Linda Eishen. (Third) Toni Reimer, Patty Brown, Tim Katz, Mike Baker, Debbie Prue, Debbie Reincke. (Top) David Copas, Vonnie Boston, Bill Wiescholek, Randy Cole. (Not Pictured) Reba Easterday, Robin Smith, Debbie Stuart. Director Kevin McMullin and pianists, Michele Johnson, Debbie Van-Hoose, Ann Casebeer. INDIAN SINGERS: (Front) Debbie VanHoose, pianist; Denise Kempton, Kathe Flanery, Lisa Heifer. (Second) Walt Waffle, drummer; Michele Johnson, Nancy Jones. (Third) Doug Kempton, Lois Hazen, Jack Woods. (Top) Melanie Johnson, Dawn Bemis. 66(Above) Kathe Flanery, Melinda Barrington, and Susan Jones are trying-out for a part in the play. Drama Club Club Presents One-Act Plays The Drama Club took a field trip to Eastern Michigan University this year which consisted of a series of workshops. The students visited different departments, they watched a play called Caesar and Cleopatra. The Drama Club presented two one-act plays called To Open, Pry Cover, and Date, on May 20. This summer the Drama Club hopes to go on field trips to see play productions. DRAMA CLUB: (Standing) Melinda Barrington, Kathe Flanery, Carlene Zollner, Susan Jones and Dawn Bemis. Tom Upston, and Kim Bennett. (Sitting) LeAnn Waffle, Director 67Drama Club Caught in action, in the play, Date, are (from left) Virginia Rosenberry (as Laurel Vetchling), Caryn Stites (Violet Vetchling), Tom Upston (Herbert Vore), and Kathe Flannery (Lily Greenwood). Shown in the play. To Open, Pry Cover are Leonard Cail (as Albert Arbuckle), and Susan Jones (Ethel Arbuckle). Both plays were under the direction of Mrs. Carlene Zoll-ner. Susan Jones and Kim Bennett were awarded a Drama Club pin for participating in the club since its beginning. 68Math and Science New Areas of Study Fractions and figures, test tubes and dissecting animals is part of the Math and Science Departments' functions. Mr. Robert Tyckoski is the head of the Math Department in which he teaches algebra I, geometry, algebra II, and several junior high classes. Miss Coleen Wendel and Mr. Larry Stout also teach algebra I. A new area of study in the year-old class, advanced biology, is dissecting animals. The students in the class examined sharks and pigeons to name a few. Mr. Tony Bowling teaches this class along with biology, physics and general science. Mr. Roger Maples is the science teacher for the junior high. (Top) The class works hard on math problems. (Center) Donetta Yates helps Marty Nagel on a difficult problem while Ross Upston listens in. (Below) Kathy Eberts and Jack Woods discuss their answer. 70(Top Left) Ross Upston, Mark Eberts and Don Spires dissect one of many sharks in advanced biology. (Top Right) Mr. Tony Bowling examines a shark. (Middle Left) Kurt Sherwood studies hard in physics before taking a test. (Above) Gloria Tetreault and Mark Summerfield listen closely while taking notes in biology. (Left) Michele Johnson, Lori Frakes and Mark Eberts are testing the scale for an experiment. 71(Top Left) Ruth Nagel glances at the camera as she takes dictation in shorthand (Top Right) Working in the office machines class is Wanda Kilburn. (Above) Mr. Jack Wages, a student teacher from WMU, works with John O’Dell in accounting. (Center Right) Dan Harvey examines his work sheet in accounting class. (Right) Phil Wolf warms up on the conditioning practice in Typing I. 72Business and Journalism Students Acquire Business Basics Shorthand, accounting, typing, and office machines are among those offered at THS in the Business Department to help students acquire the basics in the business area. The senior chosen for the outstanding business student this year was Ruth Nagel. The journalism class produces the INDIAN yearbook and also the third page of THE TEKONSHA IDEA. The Business Department and the journalism class is under the direction of Mrs. Sally Hammond. JOURNALISM CLASS OFFICERS: Having a meeting are Dawn Berms, IDEA editor; Virginia Rosenberry, INDIAN yearbook editor and student photographer; Diane Amsler, IDEA editor; Mrs. Sally Hammond, advisor. (Not Pictured) Vickie Hampton, year book business manager. Looking at pictures are journalism staff members Jack Woods, Jan Krumvede, Donetta Yates, Annette Brewer, and Tracee Vincent. 73English, Social Studies, and Industrial Arts Students Broaden Knowledge This year, THS got a new addition to the faculty, Mrs. Vilma Carlson, teacher of sophomore, junior and senior English classes and speech class. Mr. Paul Sweet teaches English 8 and 9. Mrs. Carlene Zollner is a teacher of seventh grade and remedial reading. Mr. Duane Richardson and Mr. James Messacar tried to broaden students’ knowledge by teaching U.S. and world history along with government and economics classes. Mr. Wayne Mason is the mechanical drawing and shop teacher. One of the projects that the sophomore shop class did was to build a little red barn shed which was to be sold later. 74This Page: (Top) Doug Doolittle and Lynett Carmickle work together to answer a history question. (Middle Left) Three boys from shop class work together on one of their shop projects. (Middle Right) Denise Kempton does some research for her term paper in composition and literature class. (Left) The Tekonsha School's "America and Me" essay contest winners: Lynette Selby, 2nd place; Tony Jenkins, 1st; and Christine Siegel, 3rd; Tony placed third in the state in the essay con test sponsored by the Farm Bureau Insurance Group and received a $100 savings bond. 75Phusical Ed. and Home Ec. Building Skills Physical Education is a very important class because it builds bodies, develops leadership and sportsmanship. These three things are very important to young and old alike. Mr. Larry Stout is in charge of the boys' physical education for the junior and senior high school. During the second semester, Mr. Rick Maxon, a student teacher from Olivet College, came to assist Mr. Stout. Miss Coleen Wendel is in charge of the girls’ junior high and high school physical education classes. Home economics is an important class in developing domestic skills. Mrs. Rinette Tyckoski is the head of the Home Economics Department. She teaches her students child care, sewing and cooking. (Top) “Slugger" Kevin George prepares for the pitch. (Above Left) Mr. Rick Maxon takes time to smile for the camera. (Above) The girls in a junior high P.E. class cheer on their peers. (Left) The junior high boys learn to tumble in their class. 76(Top Left) Dan Lewis and Peg Monroe converse while working on their sewing projects. (Top Right) Laurie Seekman tests her skill at sewing a seam. (Middle Left) Pat Davis tries to figure out all the angles of the sewing machine. (Middle Right) Robin Doolittle is happily at work cutting out her pattern. (Left) Kathy Patrick shows that all Home Ec. projects aren't just needles and pins. 77Vocational and Cooperative Education Helpful Training for the Future Students who participate in the Vocational Center in Battle Creek and those who are employed at businesses are getting helpful training for the future. Vo-ed students learn skills they are interested in that will help them when they seek employment after they graduate. Co-op students learn the basics when they enter into an on-the-job training which is beneficial to their future. Mr. Greg Zyber is the co-ordinator of the Co-op program and helps students find jobs that relate to their occupational interests after graduation. Mr. Greg Zyber — Co-op Co-ordinator VO-ED: (Back) Dan Schaffer, Jeff Seekman, Bob Persails, Sandy Cummins, Wanda Kilburn, Cindy Brown, Sherry Newhouse, Marc Stemaly. (Middle) Allie Amsler, Bryan White, Jerry Eishen, Doug Doolittle, Dan Sweet, Kelly Struwin, Terry King, Dale Olds, Rusty Cummins. (Front) Steve Morley, Dawn Watkins, Brenda Raginia, Bob Percival, Julie Klingaman, Sue Slone, Debbie Prue, Bob Berry, Roger James. (Sitting) Robert Kiefer, Robert Brown, Jeff Thornton, Debbie VanHoose, Michele Newhouse, Penny Frakes. (Not Pictured) Holly McMillen, Linda Brown, Lynett Carmickle, Laura Stall. 78CO-OP: (Back) Walt Wattle. David Miller, David Shedd. (Front) Paul Palik, Patty Green, Cindy Osborn, Mark Richar. (Not Pictured) Kollene Kerschner, Dan Baylis. Student VOED Program Dan Schaffer Carpentry Jeff Seekman Carpentry Sandy Cummins Retail and Mktg. Bob Persails Refrigeration Wanda Kilburn Secretarial Cindy Brown Office Practice Sherry Newhouse Child Care Marc Stemaly Plumbing Allie Amsler Health Ot. upatmn Bryan White Ag. Met hanu s Jerry F ishen Ag Me h.iMK ' Doug Doolittle Ag Me h.in Dan Sweet Drafting Kelly Struwin Office P i ' • Terry King Ind. Machine'- Dale Olds Ind. Machines Rusty Cummins Auto Mechanics Steve Morley Electricity Dawn Watkins Cosmetology Brenda Raginia Secretarial Bob Percival Ag, Mechanics Julie Klingaman Graphic Rep. Sue Slone Health Occupation Debbie Prue Horticulture Bob Berry Auto Body Roger James Heating Robert Kiefer Electronics Robert Brown Health Occupation Jeff Thornton Electricity Debbie Van Hoose Secretarial Michele Newhouse Secretarial Penny Frakes Horticulture Holly McMillan Electricity Linda Brown Data Processing Lynett Carmickle Graphic Rep. 1 aurie Stall Cosmetoloov COOP Student Employer Paul Palik Lonnie’s Market Walt Waffle Dutch Uncle Donuts Patty Green Burger Chef David Shedd T K Automotive Cindy Osborn McDonald’s Mark Richar Don Moor Meats Kollene Kerschner Tekonsha Engineering Company David Miller R. B. W. Powdered Metal Products m Baylis Lautenslager Dairy Farms 79Fine Arts and Language Always a Busy Year Fine Arts consists of band, choir, and Indian Singers which are all under the direction of Mr. Kevin McMullin. The band and singers were busy giving many concerts during the year. Also German I, German II, and all art classes are taught by Miss Debbie Stark. The art class was very helpful when it came to Cabaret time, as they helped with many of the decorations. (Top) Angela Griffith and Cathy Flynn (Middle) Danny Stuart, Wayne Ray, and Mark Warner work on art projects. (Below) The band is shown playing the school song during a pep assembly. (Below Right) The band marches down the hall the week of basketball tournaments. 80Administration Administration: Defined it means the performance of public affairs done by the executive officials of the school. Here are some of the officials and the duties they perform for the school. The Board of Education’s members hire the employees for the school. They make the policies for the school and they approve expenditures. They’re making a better school for better education for the students. Mr. Roger Carlson, the superintendent, carries out the policies the board makes. He makes sure that the employees are doing their job to the best of their ability, but mostly he makes sure everything is done in an organized fashion. BOARD OF EDUCATION: (Front) Glenn Goheen — Secretary, Leroy Taylor — President Don Brewer — Treasurer, Noelle Johnson — Trustee. (Back) Harold Wiescholek — Trus tee, Don Olds — Vice President, Edwin Shumway — Trustee. 82Meet the Leaders Dr. Joseph Serra, the principal, makes sure that each student receives the best education possible by providing courses which will benefit students in their future vocations. He also keeps the teachers’ jobs on the right track. Mr. Robert Currie, the counselor, is the "Shepherd” of the school. He makes sure the students select the proper classes to aide them in their future vocation. He helps plan students' futures in the respect of their choice of colleges and courses. Dr. Joseph Serra — Principal 83Administration Mr. Arthur King, the Business Manager, controls all the money for expenditures, and keeps records of everything. He makes sure that the school doesn't go bankrupt. Mrs. Mary Leatherbury, the Superintendent’s secretary, takes care of the internal accounts and keeps attendance records of all the students. She is sometimes referred to as the part-time "gopher” of the school, as she runs errands for the teachers and the students. Mr. Arthur King — Business Manager 84When school gets out for the day, teachers don't just leave with the students. They still have papers to correct and lessons to plan for the next day. Plus they take on many extra curricular activities such as coaching and advising different organizations. Because of this, they deserve much credit for all their time devoted to the students. Mrs. Karen Friend Mrs. Carlson teaches Composition and Literature. English 10, Practical English, and Speech. Mrs. Sally Hammond teaches Accounting, Advanced Typing and Office Machines, Journalism, Typing I, and Shorthand. Mrs. Friend is the Librarian and the Study Hall Supervisor. (Bottom Right) Mrs. Hammond prepares the typing class for a five-minute timed writing. 86Faculty Ladies First. . . Mrs. Hopps taught the first semester of Reading 7, and Remedial Reading. Mrs. Zollner taught the second semester of Reading 7 and Remedial Reading. Miss Stark teaches Art and German I and II. 87Mrs. Tyckoski teaches Home Economics. Miss Wendel teaches Math 7, Physical Educa tion and General Math. (Left) Miss Wendel is giving instructions to her class. 88Faculty Gentlemen Next Mr Bowling leaches Biology. Advanced Biology. General Sci ence. and Physics. Mr Maples teaches Inside Michigan, Intro duction to Agriculture, Science 7 and 8. Mr. McMullin teaches Choir, Indian Singers, Music Appreciation, Senior. Junior, and Elementary Band. 89 Faculty Mr. Mason teaches Drafting, Shop I and II, Shop 7 and 8. Mr. Messacar teaches Economics, Social Studies Mini Courses, U.S. and World History. Mr. Richardson teaches Government, Social Studies 7 and 8. Mr. Wayne Mason 90Mr. Tyckoski teaches Algebra I and II, Business Math, Geometry, Math 8. Mr. Stout teaches Junior High Physical Education, Intermediate Algebra, Physical Education Mini Courses, Senior High Physical Education. Mr. Sweet teaches Business Math, English 8 and 9. 91Faculiu (Top Right) Athletic Director. Mr. Paul Sweet, and his sec retary. Carol Flynn. (Below) Mr. Duane Richardson talks with his government class. (Center Right) Mr. Tony Bowl ing discusses the day’s assignment with his class. (Right Bottom) Mrs. Vilma Carlson is giving autographs? (Left Bottom) Even the teachers get in on the action now days. 92i; Mr Reid Waffle Custodian Services Without these people the school couldn’t survive! Mr. Earl Samson, Mr. Reid Waffle and Mr. Rick White do a fine job keeping the rooms clean and equipment running properly and the school grounds looking nice. Mrs. Gladys Pileri and her cooking staff keep both elementary and high school students well fed. Mr. Lewis Jenkins and his staff have the responsibility of taking the rural children to school and home again safely. Mrs. Sandy Snyder is the hot lunch line cashier. Mr. Rick White Custcxian 93Services COOKS: Mrs. Gladys Pileri, Mrs. Dolly Ludlow, Mrs. Anita Waffle, Mrs. Ester Keller. (Not Pictured) Mrs. Tony Saltzgaber. BUS DRIVERS: (Back Row) Mr. Warren Casebeer, Mr. Lewis Jenkins, Mr. Earl Samson, Mr. Reid Waffle. (Front Row) Mrs. Sharon Selby, Mrs. Sharon Poole, Mrs. Ellen Russell. (Not Pictured) Mrs. Mary Eberts, Mrs. Donna Hm-speter, Mrs. Eleanor Olds. 94 CYNTHIA GAY BROWN DANIEL J.BAYLIS ROBERT H BERRY ALLIE R.AMSLER DIANE CAROL AMSLER Ift w • f i . 96Seniors UN DAL. BROWN RUSSELL DEAN CUMMINS 'We Are Bui Dusi in ihe Wind' Opposite Page: (Top Left) Can you guess who this senior is at one year old? Well, it is Diane Amsler. (Top Right) Kelly Struwm sits in the library reading a book to expand her knowledge. (Bottom) Lois Hazen, Ruth Nagel and Lori Frakes monitor the halls as they talk about everything imaginable. This Page: (Above) Members of the senior class worked hard to put their float "The Hindenburg" together for Homecoming festivities. 97 SANDRA DEE CUMMINS TERESA ENDICOTT LORI ANN FRAKES98BRYAN T. LINDQUIST iJMElMHa ft . 55 I HOLLY C. McMILLEN 5 i DAN LEWIS DAVID E. MILLER SHEILA ANN MOORE Seniors This Page: (Above) OUTSTANDING VO ED STUDENTS IN THEIR AREA OF STUDY: Jeff Thornton, Electricity and Sherry Newhouse, Child Care. (Left) Diane Amsler is putting some pages of the yearbook together. Opposite Page: (Top) Bryan Lindquist receives the spirit jug after a pep assembly for a spirit contest. (Below Left) The girl who posed for this picture with a big smile on her face is Michele Johnson at two years old. (Below Right) Cindy Osborn is busy typing her term paper. 99Geniors RUTH A. NAGEL SHERRY ANNE NEWHOUSE CYNTHIA SUE OSBORN PAUL R. PALIK DALE RAY OLDS 100BRENDA JEAN RAGINIA This Page: (Above) ACADEMIC AWARD WINNERS: Ruth Nagel, Outstanding Business Student Award; Kurt Sherwood, Science Award; Lois Hazen, DAR Good Citizenship Award; Sandy Cummins, Home Economics Award. (Not Pictured) Walt Wattle, John Philip Sousa Award. (Left) In the sink taking a bath is Virginia Rosenberry at one year old! Opposite Page: (Top) The seniors get ready to start government class. (Below Left) Cindy Brown and Sally Smith are discussing a possible answer tor a problem. Below Right) Atter the big snow storm, Sheila Moore climbs a big snow dritt. MARK DENNIS RICHAR VIRGINIA EILEEN ROSENBERRY DAWN MARIE RANDALL DIANNE LEE SALTZGABER 101LAURIE ANN SHANK DAVID L. SHEDD SALLY ANN SMITH KURT N. SHERWOOD Seniors This Page: (Above) Dawn Randall is busy studying in physics class. (Right) SCHOLARSHIP AND GRANT WINNERS: Dawn Randall. Jackie Upston, Bryan Lindquist. Lori Frakes, Kurt Sherwood. Ruth Nagel. Lois Hazen. Laurie Shank, and Virginia Rosenberry. Opposite Page: (Top) The class is busy deciding what to do during a class meeting. (Below Left) Jackie Upston is all smiles while getting her picture taken when she was three months old! (Below Right) Laurie Shank is getting books out of her locker between classes. 1021Seniors Class Enjoys Many Activities The senior class was very busy the last month of school enjoying the many activities that took place. To start with on May 3, Dr. Joseph Serra, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Carlson and the cooks made breakfast for the seniors and faculty. On May 19, the seniors went to Clarendon for their skip day to spend a beautiful day in the sun. Cedar Point was a big event when they went June 1 to have a day of fun and entertainment. After baccalaureate on June 2, the class had a lock-in at Meadow Lanes in Homer. SENIOR ADVISORS: Mr. Robert Currie and Mrs. Rinette Tyckoski. SENIOR OFFICERS: Bryan Lindquist, president; Sherry Newhouse, treasurer; Patty Green, vice-president; Brenda Raginia, secretary. 104Twelve Students Honored Valedictorian Kurt Sherwood and Salutatorian Laurie Shank. The class of 1978 had 12 students who received a B or better average throughout their high school years. The valedictorian who proved to be top in the class was Kurt Sherwood and the salutatorian was Laurie Shank. The honor students helped present the commencement program, June 4. 1978 HONOR STUDENTS: (Standing) Lori Frakes, Kelly Struwin, Dawn Randall, and Ruth Nagel. (Sitting) Bryan Lindquist, Michele Johnson, Lois Hazen, and Virginia Rosenberry. (Not Pictured) Cindy Osborn and Walter Wattle. 105Seniors THS Graduates Forty Seniors On June 4, the sun was shining and the wind was blowing in the afternoon when graduation was being held outside. Forty students would soon be on their own in the world assuming different lives. Virginia Rosenberry started the program with the Invocation. Introducing the class was Bryan Lindquist, the Class President. As the Salutatorian of the class, Laurie Shank talked about the class and their future. “It was the best of times, it was the worst of times," was the Class Motto explained by Walt Waffle. Next Michele Johnson and Ruth Nagel took a look in the past with the Class History. The Class Wills were read by Kelly Struwin and Cindy Osborn. Taking a look into the future was Dawn Randall and Lori Frakes with the Class Prophecy. The high school band performed for the last time this year. Next, Kurt Sherwood, Valedictorian, gave his speech. Principal, Dr. Joseph Serra, gave the recognition of awards and Lois Hazen recognized the Class Advisors, Mrs. Rinette Tyckoski and Mr. Robert Currie. Superintendent, Mr. Roger Carlson, presented the class to the School Board President Mr. Leroy Taylor who then presented the diplomas. To conclude the program, Lois Hazen gave the Benediction. June 2, was the night in which the Baccalaureate was held. Reverend William Wilson, Reverend Wayne Groat, Reverend John Cail and Father Joseph Thachet made up the program for the night. 106This Page: (Top Left) Ruth Nagel and Michele Johnson read the Class History. (Top Right) Valedictorian Kurt Sherwood gives his speech. (Middle Left) Kelly Struwin and Cindy Osborn present the Class Wills. (Above) Lois Hazen introduces the Class Advisors. (Left) Dawn Randall and Lori Frakes take a look into the future with the Class Prophecy. Opposite Page: (Top) Bryan Lindquist, Class President, introduces the class. (Middle) As the Salutato-rian of the class, Laurie Shank gives her speech. (Bottom) Walt Waffle explains the Class Motto. 107Qeniors (Top Right) The class applauds at one of the speeches given. (Top) Superintendent, Mr. Roger Carlson, presents the graduating class to Mr. Leroy Taylor, School Board President. (Right) Jackie Upston walks down the sidewalk after graduation. (Far Right) Bryan Lindquist leads the recessional. (Below) Sherry Newhouse receives her diploma from Mr. Leroy Taylor. (Below Right) Principal, Dr. Joseph Serra, presents Mrs. Lorraine Yates with her diploma for her high school completion class. 108Dawn Bemis Annette Brewer Robert Brown Bob Carlson Lynett Carmickle Pat Davis Doug Doolittle Jim Duckham Mark Eberts Jerry Eishen Carol Flynn Jeff Flynn Penny Frakes Vickie Hampton Dan Harvey Susan Jones Robert Keifer Hubert Kelly Juniors A Big Year Magazine sales. Homecoming and the Prom were just a few things that helped the class of “79” know more about life, others and most of all about themselves. Through the years, the class has been close, but their junior year brought them even closer. The class started out with the magazine sales and Homecoming. Since the class sponsored Homecoming week, they had a lot to do. The theme for the dance was “A Star is Born" and the float was “Smokey and the Bandit.” The float notook third place. Just as they were recovering from Homecoming, they had to make plans for the Prom. The Prom was held at two different places this year. The banquet was held at the Coldwater Civic Center and the Prom was held at the Somerset Lounge. By the end of the year, many juniors were making plans for the future. Some were taking the PSAT and ACT tests and others had attended the Vocational Center to get an early start on their careers. Denise Kempton Kollene Kerschner Wanda Kilburn Julie Klmgaman Rodney Macomber Steve Morley Marty Nagel Mike Nagel Michelle Newhouse Leila Oakes Robert Percival Robert Persails Debbie Prue Julie Randall Kim Ray Jeff Seekman Dan Shaffer Sue Slone 111Robin Smith Don Spires Dan Sweet Debbie Van Hoose Tracee Vincent (Right) JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS AND ADVISORS: Mr. Tony Bowling, advisor; Tracee Vincent, treasurer; Sue Slone, secretary; Mark Eberts, president; Jeff Flynn, vice president; Mr. James Messacar. advisor. (Below) The junior float theme was •'Smokey and the Bandit.'1 The float was a semi truck that represented the ••Indian Express," saying on its side •Run Em Over." The float placed third in competition. 112Sophomores First Place, Again The sophomore class of 1980 took first place in float competition at Homecoming for the second year in a row. The float this year was "Gus" kicking his way to a victory. The class sponsored the Sadie Hawkin’s Dance on November 4. A week later came the Fall Festival where they had a football throw booth. They also sold Indian seat cushions as a money making project. Steve Ball Chris Barker Kim Bennett Vonnie Boston Debbie Caldwell Tim Caputo Ann Casebeer Pam Cole Randy Cole Mike Copeland Daryl Cummins Jeannette Davis John Davis Melanie Doolittle Kathy Eberts Tony Endicott Jerome Flynn Marlene Friend Larry Griffith Dale Hartley 114Todd Hemon Florinda Jenkins Tim Jenkins Tom Jolly Nancy Jones Jim Kelly Doug Kempton Arron Kevwitch Mark Klmgaman Janice Krumvede Bobbette Lamb Carole Ludlow Mark Macomber Laura Miller Robert Miller Doug Minniear Peggy Monroe Doug Myers Rose Nagel John O'Dell (Left) The sophomore's first place float, •Gus’’ is shown kicking his way to a victory. Opposite Page: (Top) A group of sophomores at a pep rally try to win the spirit jug, and succeed. 115Debra Olds Carol Patrick Kathy Patrick Debra Reincke Doug Saltzgaber Floyd Siegel Pat Simmet Vickie Sisco Patty Smith Carla Strang Debbie Stuart Ross Upston Mane Waffle Danny Warner Kevin Webber Rodney Weller Bruce White Gary White Bill Wiescholek Myron Wolcott (Left) SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS AND ADVISORS: Mrs. Sally Hammond, advisor; Doug Saltzgaber, president; Tim Jenkins, vice president; Jerome Flynn, treasurer; Mr. Paul Sweet, advisor; Florinda Jenkins, secretary. 116 . ': L J2f - j LU t JUn'Sk •' KUty U Freshmen Survive Firsf Year Mike Baker Tim Beam Jill Blake The class of '81 survived their first real year of high school, by learning that classes like algebra and biology aren't as easy as they sound. With the help of their advisors, the class of '81 did a fantastic job on their float, “Star Wars," which took second place. The freshmen had a basketball free-throw booth in the Fall Festival. Larry Bradford Pafty Brown Kathy Buys Eric Ciotta Cheryl Doolittle Robin Doolittle Scott Doolittle Reba Easterday Scott Eishen Shelly George Susan George Ted Groholske Melanie Johnson Terri Kempton Cindy LaFond Jerry Langridge Bill Ludlow Jon Mack Cathy Olds Jane Olds Scott Randall 118Clinton Reincke Kim Reincke Cindy Schafer Jane Shedd Todd Sherwood Jamie Sisco Anita Smith Matt Snyder Mark Summerfield Gloria Tetreault Scon Waffle Lori Washburn Bob Wiescholek Phil Wolf Deana Yates (Back) FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS AND ADVISORS: Phillip Wolf, president; Mr. Larry Stout, advisor; Todd Sherwood, vice president; Miss Deborah Stark, advisor. (Front) Jill Blake, secretary; Jane Shedd, treasurer. NOT PICTURED: David Copas Chris Hampton Lisa Heifer Steve Phelps Marla Strang 119(Top Left) Three freshmen. Shelly George, Scott Waffle, and Jamie Sisco, show their school spirit. (Top Right) The freshman float, “Star Wars.” (Above) Chris Hampton, Susan George, Jamie Sisco, and Gloria Tetreault pose for a picture during Homecoming week (Center) Jane Shedd works hard in Typing I class. (Right) Chris Hampton relaxes in the middle of a busy day. 120Cindy Baker Steve Bennett Randy Brown Sheila Davis Sue Endicott Cathy Flynn April Frakes Kevin George L. J. Goheen Angela Griffith Mary Groholske Karen Groth Michon Hampton Richard Harvey Tony Jenkins if f' i Eighth Grade 122Opposite Page: (Left Bottom) Class clowns pose for a candid classic (Right Center) The start of the |unior high float. (Right Bottom) The |umor high students show spirit at a pep rally. Tim Katz Harold Kemp Richard Kemp Tim Kemp Kevin Klmgaman Richard Kostrzewski Frank LaFond Brenda Lessman Jeanne Lindquist Sandy Ludlow Laurie Mams Judy McAtee Nma Meirmg Kim Myers Marvin Oakes Harold O'Dell Angela Ray Wayne Ray Tom Reimer DeAnn Schafer Lynett Selby Sharon Sellers Christina Siegel Joyce Smith David Stayner Verlie Stefan Greg Straub David Sweet Nancy Thompson Scot Thornton Tommy Upston Bill VanHoose LeAnn Waffle Mark Warner James Wolf Mary Woods NOT PICTURED: Linda Eishen Mary Kilburn Dan Stuart Russell Weimer 123Seventh Grade (Right) The |unior high picked “Rocky” as their theme and “Knock ’Em Out” as their slogan for their Homecoming float. (Below) Verlie Stephan and Tony Jenkins enjoy themselves at the Homecoming Dance. KNOCK'E iqyl Chris Fowler Lee Friend Chris Granger Lynnda Granger Gordon Grinnell 124JUNIOR HIGH STUDENT COUNCIL: (Back) Advisor Mr. Roger Maples, Repre sentatives: Fred Doolittle, Joey Flynn, Toni Reimer, Wayne Ray, Kevin George, Gordon Grinnell, Advisor Mr. Robert Tyckoski (Front) Treasurer Mark War ner. Secretary Michele Caputo, Vice President David Sweet, President Tony Jenkins. NOT PICTURED: Melinda Barrington Bennie Collins Randy Harrison Ricky Holbrook DeAnn Johnson Alan Kemp John King Dawn Klingaman Lillian LaFond Kathy Lessman Andy Lewis Melanie McFadden Bill Michielsen Butch Neal Gail Phelps Scott Phillips Sharon Pullen Scott Reincke Dori Richar Rod Rocco Brenda Salyer Bill Spencer Caryn Stites Jeff Summerfield Mike Tulip Julie Waffle Martin Webber Brenda White Lorie White Kevin Wolcott David Wooden Tim Wright 125Junior High The activities the junior high had this year gave them a head start as to the many activities they would have in their high school years. The intramural sports included girls’ and boys’ basketball, football, and wrestling. The junior high marching band made its first appearance in the Marshall Christmas parade. This year the junior high sponsored several dances and had a booth at the annual Fall Festival. JUNIOR HIGH GIRLS- BASKETBALL TEAM (Back) Karen Groth, Sandy Ludlow, LeAnn Waffle, Angela Griffith, Jeanne Lindquist, Brenda White, Tom Reimer (Middle) Coach Deborah Stark, DeAnn Schafer. Nancy Thompson, Lynette Selby, Cathy Flynn, Nina Meir mg, Linda Eishen, Coach Rinette Tyckoski. (Front) Michon Hampton, Don Richar, Michele Caputo, Tina Foote. April Frakes, Verli Stefan. Lorie White. Mr. Nick Lopez, junior high boys' basket ball coach. JUNIOR HIGH BOYS' BASKETBALL TEAM (Back) Rick Kostrzewski, Steve Bennett, David Stayner, Kevin Klmgaman, Tim Katz, Lee Friend, Martin Webber (Middle) Bill Van Hoose, Jeff Summerfield. Brian Beam, Fred Doolittle. Kevin George, Harold O'Dell, Russell Buys, Frank LaFond. (Front) Kevin Wolcott, Leonard Cail, Scott Thornton, Gordon Grinned, David Sweet, Tony Jenkins. Mark Warner, Rod Rocco. 126JUNIOR HIGH FOOTBALL TEAM: (Back) Manager Dean Stayner, Kevin Klingaman, Tim Katz, Rick Kostrzewski, Jim Wolf, Harold Kemp, Leonard Cail, Dan Stuart, Eric Cappella, David Stayner, Kevin Wolcott, Coach Duane Richardson. (Middle) David Wooden, Steve Bennett, David Sweet, Mike Tulip, Billy Michiel-sen, Joey Flynn, Tommy Upston, Tony Jenkins, Lee Friend, Rus- sell Weimer, Loren Phelps, John Cole, Russell Buys. (Front) Jeff Summerfield, Fred Doolittle, Tim Wright, Brian Beam, Ricky Hoi brook. Butch Neal, Gordon Grinnell, Kevin George, Doug Cal houn, Martin Webber, Todd Brown, Scott Thornton, Manager Jeff Calhoun. JUNIOR HIGH WRESTLERS: (Back) L. J. Goheen, Steve Bennett, Jim Wolf, Russell Weimer, David Sweet. (Front) Andy Lewis, Butch Neal, Martin Webber, Russell Buys. 127JUNIOR HIGH MARCHING BAND AND MAJORETTES: (Front) Don Richar. Michon Hampton (Back) Lynette Selby, Tom Reimer. JUNIOR HIGH CONCERT BAND: (Front) Lynette Selby, Tom Reimer, Linda Eishen, DeAnn Johnson. Melanie McFadden (Second Row) Michon Hampton, Kim Myers. Christina Siegal, Kathy Lessmann. Karen Groth, Michele Caputo, Lillian LaFond, Christine Fowler, Julie Waffle. Dawn Klmgaman. (Third Row) Tina Foote, Verli Stefan, Randy Harrison, Dan Barker, Tim Wright, Frank LaFond, Eric Cappella, Harold Kemp. Greg Straub, Martin Webber. (Back) John Coffman, Tom Upston, Lee Friend. Kevin Wolcott, Mr Kevin McMullm, director. « 128Elemeniaru Molding for the Future Teaching the young and molding for the future of the ones around them is the job of an elementary teacher. Tekonsha had 15 elementary teachers this past year. Mrs. Mary Ann Watson was a new teacher this year, and Mrs. Ruth Humeston is retiring after 34 years of teaching. MR. KEITH CLARK, PRINCIPAL TEACHERS: (Standing) Mrs. Christina McLain, Miss Peggy Baird, Mrs. Mary Ann Watson, Mr. Harold Torrey, Mrs. Gail Gammons, Miss Merrie Knapp, Mrs. Marion Sweet, Mrs. Ruth Humeston, Mr. Dwight Runyon. (Sitting) Mrs. Mary Stout, Mrs. Becky Mark- Mrs. Janet Johnson, Mrs. Judy Jenkins, Mrs. Jeanette Randall, ham. Miss Eileen Aldrich. (Not Pictured) Mrs. Beverly Bessler. 130FACULTY AIDES Mrs. Betty Shank and Mrs. Madelyn Upston ELEMENTARY SECRETARY Mrs. Marcedes Johnson 131Sixth Grade (Front) Amber Warner, Lorrie Shaver, Vern Prater, Tony Ball, Jerry McAtee, Dwayne Feltner, Lisa O’Dell, Kathy Van Hoose. (Middle) Candy Moody, Dawn Holibaugh, Lynnette Thompson, Robert Slone, Diane Deevers. Bill Burchfield, Tom Grinned, Mr. Dwight Runyon. (Back) Michelle Henion, Jill Doolittle, Todd Long, Kevin Smith, Karen Fowler. Howie Upston, Ritchie Yates, Blame Reincke. (Not Pictured) Kirk Adams. (Front) Gary Parker, Shawn Tetreault, John Harvey, Tracy Kemp ton, Melissa Pullen, Robbie Riencke. (Middle) Missy Langridge, Dale Myers, Kenny Harrison, Lisa Ray, Carole Brewer, Kevin Reincke, Sharon Fowler, Le Ann Selby. Mrs. Judy Jenkins (Back) Pat Peavey, Mary Stites, Roger Wilson, Curran Kemp, Laurie Duckett, Dennis Richardson, Brandon Shilling, Tim Grinned. 132Fifth Grade (Front) Lori Beam, Judy Pritchard, Patty Sizemore, Patty Tetreault, James Cole, Brad Ray, Kevin Smotherman, Alvin Sny der, Tim Knight (Middle) Mrs. Christine McLain. Shelly Myers. Lisa Stage, Chris Phillips, Tod Rocco, Eva Toole, Martin Shaffer, Jimmy Tew, Dean Stayner, Lloyd Wilson. (Back) John Samson, Donna Feltner, Kim Casebeer, Lora Cole, Beth Lack, Kristen Eberts, Tracy Struwin, Nadine Coheen, Scott Long. (Front) Scott Brown, James O’Dell, Larry Macomber, Jeff Cal houn, Carrie Devenney, Sue Wooden, Kendra Clark, Brent Runyon. (Middle) Brent Cole, Kevin Vandy Bogurt, Sheri Poole. Shannon Swick, Lori Caputo, Brenda Michielsen, Terry Slone, Dan Copeland, David La Fond, Linda Nagel. (Back) Bobby Wolf, Veronica Barker, Everett Toole. Bobbi Turley, Michelle Cappella, Kendra Eberts, Roger Bennett, Darcy Kevwitch, Brad White, Mrs. Marian Sweet. (Not Pictured) Pam Sizemore.Fourth Grade (Front) Eric Smotherman, Raymond Cook, Danny Nolan, LeAnn Peavey, Patrick Tulip, Allen Cole, Lori Herman, Mike Rafferty. (Middle) David Foote, Robin Macomber, Kurt Shilling, Tim Arnett, Tim Foley, Tom Smith, Steven Slone, Jamie Cole, Kim Buys. (Back) Mrs. Jeanette Randall, Anita Turley, Joanna Lindquist, Kim Reincke. Kyle Klingaman, Bennie Toole, Sean Casey, Anita Doolittle, Lisa Caputo. (Front) Eddie Lewis, Dorothy Pritchard, Stephen Pulsipher, Mike Slone, Kathy Schweikert, Steve Benmson, Kristen Kempton, Mike Hall (Middle) Annette Powell, Donna Kemp, Diana Klingaman, Robin Welsh, David Stuart. Brenda Rafferty, Terry White, Ricky McDowell. (Back) Brian Saltzgaber, Brett Reincke, Chris Katz, Chris LaMee. Steve King, Faithanne Petersen, Everett Smith. Jr.. Amy Johnson, Miss Eileen Aldrich. 134Third Grade (Front) Larry Wilson, Cheri Miller, Tamara Risk, Matt Smith, Robert Ludlow. Ken Eberts. Edward Barker, Roger Straub, Dale Pullen. (Middle) Linda Sizemore, Missie Long, Mernann LaFond, Michael Davis, Jennifer Tew, Danny Yates, Carol Keifer, Stepha- nie Horton, Robbie Cook (Back) Mr. Harold Torrey, Wendy Buys, Ramee Knight, Chris Lack, Paul Stuart, Christine Cappella. Paulette Struwm, Karen McFadden, Toni Lewis. (Front) Dawn Poole, Betsy Pulsipher, Jom Nelson, Annette Meir mg. Jerry Watson, Melissa Krumvede, Bruce Warner. (Middle) Danny Turley, Chad Clark, Ron Warsop, Todd Laforge, Brian Cal houn, Samantha Snyder, Brian McFadden, Dedra Brown, Tammy Cutchall. (Back) Miss Peggy Baird. Donna Webber, George Felt ner, Mike Duckett, Annette Katz, Margaret Barker, Deidre Upston, Linda Brown, Cindy Wilson. 135Second Grade (Front) Jett Coffman, Jeff Wright, Linda LaMee, Michael Kuhling, Tena Bartholomew, Jodi Long, Lance Welsh, Patrick Shaver. (Middle) Leslie Nagel, Laura Selby, Scott Siegel, Mary Turley, Johnny Michielson, Scott Carlson, Michael Delmont, Randy Slone, Ricky Doody. (Back) Bobby Brown, Brian Thomas, Mindy Pulsipher, Tricia Katz, Thereasa Griffith, Garry Prater, Sonia Toole, Connie Seitler, Mrs. Janet Johnson. (Front) Michele Hall, Missy Brown, Brad Runyon, Andy Morris, Anita Stage, Tom Summerfield, Alisa Weller, Christina Risk. (Middle) Lance Wilson, Joey Sisco, Cherie Lambka, Kori Vandy Bogurt, Bobby Manis, Danny McDowell, Jeanne Zook, Teresa Knight. (Back) Teresa Buys, Frank Norris, Randy Schafer, Holly Hunt, Stephanie Dietz, Davey Fogel, Julie Krumvede, Penny War sop, Mrs. Becky Markham. (Not Pictured) Tony Salyor. 136Fir si Grade (Front) Laura Wolf, Mary Randall, Randy Buys, Scott McFadden, Gene Miller, Tanya Cail (Middle) Kim Newland, Allison Geer, Tracy Green, Loren Devenney, Corey Wooden, Willie Morris, Mrs. Mary Watson (Back) Jennifer Crabbe, Timmy Doody, Mark Katz. Billy Adams, Lisa Kosier, Kelly Kempton. (Not Pictured) Danny Cole. Brian Fowler, Scott Lamb. (Front) Amy Watson, Jon Tew, Tammy Upston, Missy Warner, Tammy Cole, Heidi Stage. (Middle) Kim Simmet, David Bennett, Missy Doolittle, Billy Stites, Mickie Slone, Robert Beers, Dea Remcke. (Back) Jerry Michielsen, Shannon Horton, Denise Good man, Richard Schweikert, Andy Johnson, Chris Cutchall, Mrs. Ruth Humeston. (Not Pictured) Michelle Coffman, Shelly Hop kins, Tracy Wiljanen. 137Junior Primaru (Front) Mike Shelton, Becky Phillips, Tereasa Nolan, Tony Mains. Mary Stout. (Back) David Turley, Mike Rocco, Gary Peters, Kris Lambert, Mrs. Kindergarten A.M. (Front) Doug Scherer, Craig Clark, Toni Sheppard, Mark Coffman, Brian Dietz, Lewis Dmsmoor, Stacey Willbur (Middle) Eric Hildebrandt, Barbara Herman, Merlin Shaver, Joe Hinspeter, Michael Cheeseman, Debbie Reynolds, Dorman Snyder, Mike Woods. (Back) Miss Merrie Knapp, Laverne Norris, Brett Cook, Scott Stemaly, Tina Sechler, Lisa Collins, Robbie Petersen, Bobby Holcomb, Shawn Crawford. 138Kindergarten P.M. (Front) Natalie Shaffer, Angalalee Shepherd. Paulette McDowell, Dennis Foote, Milissa Cummings, Todd Clark, Sean Buys. (Middle) Lisa Smith, Chad Sisco, Toby Riddle, Tim Cole, Loren Selby, Marc Nelson, Amy Thomas, Shawn Thompson, Heather Coats. (Back) Mike Woodman, Tanya Griffith, Corey Reincke, Tammy Walker, Tim Milne, Pat Peters, Angela Wallen, Miss Merrie Knapp. (Not Pictured) Chris Adams. 139Award Winners The Dick Spires Citizenship Award went to Diane Deevers, Michelle Henion, and Shawn Tetreault for their attitudes toward school and other people. Spelling Bee Winners were Michelle Henion, first place; Shawn Tetreault, second place; and Diane Deevers, third place. Pat Peavey and Lisa O’Dell received the Tammy Fowler Physical Fitness Award. DICK SPIRES CITIZENSHIP AWARD Michelle Henion, Shawn Tetreault, Diane Deevers TAMMY FOWLER PHYSICAL FITNESS AWARD Pat Peavey, Lisa O'Dell SPELLING BEE WINNERS Michelle Henion, Shawn Tetreault, Diane Deevers UOBand BEGINNING BAND: (Front) Nadine Goheen, Elizabeth Lack, Caroline Devenney. Kendra Clark, Lori Beam. (Second) Michele Capella, Kristin Eberts, Judy Pritchard, Kristy Bergerson, Tish Tetreault, Linda Nagel. (Third) Lisa Ray, Lori Caputo, Donna Felt ner, Tracy Struwm, Shelly Myers, David LaFond, Tim Knight. (Back) Tod Rocco, Brad Ray, Scott Long, Director Kevin McMullin. (Sitting) Brent Cole, Scott Brown. (Not Pictured) Veronica Barker. CADET BAND: (Front) Missy Lan gridge. Candy Moody. Michele Henion, Laurie Duckett. (Second) Carole Brewer, Shawn Tetreault, Kathy VanHoose, Jill Doolittle. (Third) Roger Wilson, Howie Upston. (Standing) Director Kevin McMullin, Brandon Shilling. (Not Pictured) Lorra Shaver. 141Safeiu Pairol Co-Captain Michelle Henion Advisor Mr. Dwight Runyon Lieutenant Roger Wilson Co-Captain Kathy VanHoose SAFETY PATROL: (Front Row) Jeff Calhoun, Marty Shaffer, Kathy VanHoose, Michelle Henion, Missy Langridge, Jill Doolittle, Candy Moody, Tony Ball, Alvin Snyder, Jerry McAtee, Howie Upston. (Second) Kim Casebeer, Roger Bennett, Lori Caputo, Bobbi Turley, Lynnette Thompson, Patty Tetreault, Shannon Swick, Tracey Struwin, Donna Feltner, Nadine Goheen, Brad Ray, Dwayne Feltner, Scott Long. (Third) Lisa O’Dell, Kevin VandyB ogurt, Brent Runyon, Brent Cole, Sue Wooden, Sheri Poole, Ken dra Clark, Linda Nagel, Shelly Myers, Carrie Devenney, Melissa Pullen, David LaFond, Amber Warner. 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Vauqly% CORNWELL'S TURKEY HOUSE in Marshall Quality Clothing at Reasonable Prices REDFIELD BROS. Your GE Appliance Dealer in Marshall O’Brien Paints and Hardware 105 Redfield Plaza Marshall, Michigan “Home of the World’s Best Turkey Sandwich" Buttered Turkey Sandwich Turkey Salad Sandwich Smoked Turkey Sandwich Sloppy Tom Turkey Sandwich Turkey Dinner Turkey Dog Turkey Chow Mein 15Vi Mile Rd. and N Drive North Marshall, Michigan 158CARRINGTON PHARMACY Prescription Specialists 101 E. Michigan Marshall, Michigan Phone:781-8351 GOOD'S SALES SERVICE Compliments of Allis Chalmers Farm Equipment Lawn and Garden Equipment Polaris Snowmobiles BOSHEARS FORD SALES INC. 7800 5l Mi.Rd., South Marshall, Michigan Phone:616-781-2617 15081 W. Michigan Marshall, Michigan VENN'S FURNITURE CO. 872 East Michigan Avenue Marshall, Michigan 49068 UNCOMMON VALUES LOUIE'S BAKERY 144 W. Michigan Marshall, Michigan Phone: 781-3542 We Do It All For You At McDonald's, I H 1 1260 West Michigan |McOOmRcf Marsha" Congratulations to the Class of 1978 MILLER AALBREGTSE Men’s and Boy’s Clothing 112 West Michigan Marshall, Michigan 159TWO-HOUR CLEANERS RONAN KUNZL, INC. 155 West Michigan Avenue Marshall Michigan Marshall, Michigan 49068 CHAPMAN TRACTOR SALES, INC. Since 1929 Sales and Repairs Lawn Mowers Wheel Horse Ski-Doo Snowmobiles Riding Tractor ’’‘McCulloch Chain Saws Phone 781-3951 Serving Calhoun County Since 1850 Casual Sportswear for the Family at Popular Prices. Marshall, Michigan Mon.-Fri. 8-5:30 1003 W. Michigan Sat. 8-1 PM Marshall FARM BUREAU INSURANCE GROUP Congratulations Seniors Hair Styles by FERRARI 110 West Michigan Avenue Marshall, Michigan Phone: 781-2243 Larry Robinson 15299 Walters Drive Marshall, Michigan Ph :616—781-8225 Al Kramer SR. C.L.U 120 Redfield Plaza Marshall, Michigan 616-781-2827 Compliments From Farm Bureau Insurance Auto, Farm Owner, Home Owner, Mobile Home, Commercial and Life 160Congratulations Class of “78” TIDEY MOTOR SALES XTefcaeMcfc7 V FOOD CENTERS ] Chevrolet — Olds — Trucks Charlie Tidey and Joe Caron — Partners 1210 West Michigan Marshall, Michigan Phone: 616-781-5154 Where Shopping Is a Pleasure Congratulations Seniors SARGENT'S FLOWER Coldwater — Marshall — Homer — Albion 896 Capital Southwest Battle Creek, Michigan 203 S. Marshall Marshall, Michigan DANNY’S T.V. SALES SERVICE Service Center for Admiral, Sylvania and G.E. Phone: 568-4774 102 West Main St. Factory Service Center for Zenith Homer, Michigan ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS Hundreds of pictures have gone through the hands of the journalism staff to produce the INDIAN yearbook. Hard work was put in by all the members of the staff to finish the pages for the deadlines. Special thanks go to our advisor, Mrs. Sally Hammond, for giving the staff the incentive to work at producing another top-notch yearbook for the community. Thanks also go to Skylight Studio for taking the many pictures necessary to fill the pages. Mr. Craig Hopps also deserves thanks for taking graduation and sports banquet pictures, along with Ms. Sharon Mack who took candid wrestling shots. Also, thanks to Mr. Lee Zimmerman of Taylor Publishing Company. A sincere expression of gratitude is extended to the patrons and advertisers without whose support our book would not exist. Virginia Rosenberry 1978 INDIAN Yearbook Editor 161Mr. and Mrs. Vern Amsler PATRONS Dr. A. M. Manohar Dr. and Mrs. James E. Bailey Ned and Irma Martinson Ron and Deanna Beam Vern and Janice McAtee Mr. and Mrs. Neil Bemis D. M. McClaid, O.D. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Bottoff Mr. and Mrs. Michael McLain Mr. and Mrs. Donald J. Brewer Mr. and Mrs. Gary Newland Mr. and Mrs. Roger Carlson Mr. and Mrs. John W. Oakes, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Clark Progressive Women's Club Mr. and Mrs. Robert Duckham Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Randall James E. Fletcher, O.D. Mrs. Tom Randall Mr. and Mrs. Charles Thomas Flynn Jack and Bonnie Rocco Charles A. Geishert, O.D. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Schafer Dr. T. W. Hall Schroeder,l DeGraw, Mathews, and Kendall, P.C. Mr. and Mrs. Harley Hammond Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Shank Rick and Sally Hammond Dr. and Mrs. Gilbert W. Sherman Mr. and Mrs. Athol Hazen, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Sherwood Dr. and Mrs. Robert Heidenreich Mr. and Mrs. Tom Stemaly G. L. Howe, O.D. Larry and Mary Stout H. E. Humphrey, M.D. Paul and Marian Sweet Dr. and Mrs. Bruce L. Irving Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Taylor Mr. and Mrs. Gale Jenkins Tekonsha Lion’s Club Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Johnson Tekonsha Research Club Junior Mother's Club Mr. and Mrs. Leon Van Hoose Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Kelly Mr. and Mrs. Larry Waffle Mr. and Mrs. Arthur King Mr. and Mrs. Reid Waffle Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Klingaman Mr. and Mrs. Ross E. Walker and Daughter Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kostrzewski Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wallen, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Krumvede N. J. Walton, M.D. Mr. and Mrs. Phillip H. Kuhling Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wiescholek and Sons Daryl and Mary Leatherbury B. G. Young, O.D. Toni Lewis 162REMEMBERING. . . REMEMBERING. . . 164165Senior Activities ALLIE AMSLER . . . Band — 1,2, 3; Basketball — 1; Football — 1, 2, 3, 4; Track — 3; Wrestling — 3; Vo-ed — 3, 4. DIANE AMSLER . . . Basketball — 2, 3, 4; Volleyball — 3; Track — 3; Varsity Club — 4; Journalism — 3, 4, IDEA Editor — 4; Cabaret — 2; Freethrow Marathon — 2, 3, 4; Who's Who Among High School Students — 3; KCC Psychology Course — 4; Powderpuff Basketball and Football — 3, 4. DAN BAVLIS . . . Co-op — 4; Mock Elections — Voted Most Quietest. ROBERT BERRY. . . Voed — 3, 4. CINDY BROWN. . . Vo-ed 3, 4; Co-op — 4. LINDA BROWN. . .Vo-ed — 3, 4; Journalism — 3; Mock Elections — Voted Always Late. RUSSELL CUMMINS . . . Football — 1, 2, 3, 4; Vo-ed — 3, 4; Co-op — 4. SANDRA CUMMINS . . . Volleyball — 3; Basketball — 1; Vo-ed — 3, 4; Choir — 2. TERESA ENDICOTT. . . Choir — 2; Drama — 3. LORI FRAKES . . . Basketball — 2; Journalism — 3; Track — 4; Cheerleader — 3, 4; Honor Student — 4; Who’s Who Among American High School Students — 3; Powderpuff Basketball and Football — 3, 4; Michigan Competitive Scholarship. PATRICIA GREEN . . . Choir — 1,2; Co-op — 4; Class Vice President — 4. LOIS HAZEN . . . Class President — 1,2, 3; Choir — 1, 2, 3; Indian Singers — 4; Cabaret — 2, 4; Cabaret Mistress of Ceremony — 4; Student Council President — 4; Band — 1,2, 3, 4; DAR Good Citizen Award — 4; Track — 3; Varsity Club — 3, 4; Honor Student — 4; Powderpuff Football — 4; Mock Elections — Voted Most Popular, Easiest to Get Along With, Most Musical, and Most Likely to Succeed; KCC Scholarship; Michigan Competitive Awards. ROGER JAMES . . . Vo-ed — 4; Basketball — 1; Baseball — 1,2; Mock Elections — Voted Always Late, Class Clown, Chatterbox, and Most Mischievous. MICHELE JOHNSON . . . Band — 1, 2, 3, 4; Choir — 2, Indian Singers — 4; Piano Accompanist — 2, 3, 4; Cheerleader — 3, 4; Basketball — 1,2; Track — 1, 3, 4; Cabaret — 1, 2, 3, 4; Journalism — 3; Honor Student — 4; Varsity Club — 4; Student Council Secretary — 4; Powderpuff Basketball and Football — 3, 4. TERRENCE KING . . . Homecoming Court — 1,4; Class Treasurer — 1; Basketball — 2, 3; Football — 3, 4; Track — 4; Varsity Club — 2; Mock Elections — Voted Always Late and Class Clown. DANNY LEWIS BRYAN LINDQUIST . . . Football — 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball — 1,2, 3, 4; Baseball — 1,2, 3, 4; Track — 3; Class Vice President — 2, 3; Class President — 4; Varsity Club — 3, 4; Student Council — 1; Cabaret — 3; Homecoming Court — 2; Homecoming King — 4; Mock Elections — Voted Most Popular and Easiest to Get Along With; Hope College Honors Scholarship; Tekonsha County Schools Scholarship. HOLLY McMILLEN . . . Band — 1, 2; Volleyball — 2; Vo-ed — 3, 4; Mock Elections — Voted Most Mischievous. DAVID MILLER. . .Co-op — 4; Vo-ed — 3; Basketball — 2; Baseball — 1; Mock Elections — Voted Always Late. SHEILA MOORE RUTH NAGEL . . . Homecoming Queen — 4; Honor Student — 4; Outstanding Business Student — 4; Who’s Who Among American High School Students — 3; Track — 3; Co-op — 4; Journalism — 3; Powderpuff Basketball and Football — 3, 4. SHERRY NEWHOUSE . . . Basketball — 1, 2, 3, 4; Volleyball — 2, 3, 4; SCAA All League Volleyball Team — 3, 4; Who’s Who Among American High 166School Students — 3; Vo-ed — 3, 4; Class Treasurer — 4; Varsity Club — 4; Cabaret — 3; Pow-derpuff Basketball and Football — 3, 4; Mock Elections — Voted Class Flirt; Most Outstanding in Child Care. DALE OLDS . . . Student Council — 1; Football — 1, 2, 3, 4; Track — 1; Baseball — 1, 3, 4; Varsity Club — 2; Vo-ed — 3, 4. CINDY OSBORN . . . Honor Student — 4; Vo-ed — 3; Co-op — 4. PAUL PALIK . . . Co-op — 4; Vo-ed — 3; Football — 2. BRENDA RAGINIA . . . Band — 1, 2, 3, 4; Class Secretary — 3, 4; Homecoming Court — 4; Volleyball — 2; Vo-ed — 3; Co-op — 4. DIAWN RANDALL . . . Basketball — 1, 2, 3, 4, Most Dedicated — 3; Freethrow Marathon Winner — 3; Choir — 1; Track — 3; Student Council Treasurer — 4; Journalism — 3; Co-op — 4; Varsity Club — 2, 3, 4; Honor Student — 4; Powderpuff Basketball and Football — 3, 4; Michigan Competitive Scholarship. MARK RICHAR . . . Vo-ed — 3; Co-op — 4; Basketball — 1; Baseball — 1. VIRGINIA ROSENBERRY . . . Yearbook Business Manager — 3; Yearbook Editor and Student Photographer — 4; IDEA Editor — 3; Honor Student — 4; Drama — 4; KCC Psychology and Management Courses — 4; Powderpuff Basketball and Football — 3, 4; Mock Elections — Voted Most Quietest; KCC Scholarship. DIANNE SALTZGABER . . . Basketball — 1, 2, 3. 4, Most Improved — 1, Honorable Mention — 3, All-League — 4; Track — 1, 2, 3, 4, State — 2, 3, All-State Award — 2; Cheerleader — 1, 2, 3, 4; Band — 1, 2, 3, 4; Class Treasurer — 3; Journalism — 3; Student Council — 4; Varsity Club — 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Club Co-President — 4; Cabaret — 1,3, 4; Powderpuff Basketball and Football — 3, 4; Mock Elections — Voted Class Chatterbox. LAURIE SHANK . . . Basketball — 1, 2, 3, 4, Most Improved — 3; Class Secretary — 1,2; Homecoming Court — 2; Cheerleader — 1, 2, 3, 4; Band — 1, 2, 3, 4; Track — 3; Journalism — 3; Student Council — 3, 4; Varsity Club — 4; Varsity Club Secretary and Treasurer — 4; Salutatorian — 4; Cabaret — 1, 3, 4; Powderpuff Basketball and Football — 3, 4; Who’s Who Among American High School Students — 3; Mock Elections — Voted Most Fashionable; KCC Scholarship. DAVID SHEDD. . . Vo-ed — 3; Co-op — 4. KURT SHERWOOD . . . Football — 1, 3, 4; Student Council Representative — 3, 4; Varsity Club — 4; Cabaret — 3; Cabaret Master of Ceremony — 4; Class Vice President — 1; Valedictorian — 4; Homecoming Court — 4; Mock Elections — Voted Most Likely to Succeed; Michigan Competitive Scholarship; Tekonsha Community Schools Scholarship. SALLY SMITH . . . Drama — 3. LAURA STALL . . . Track — 1, 2, 3, State —1,2, Most Improved — 1; Volleyball — 3, 4, All-League — 4; Student Council — 4; Class Treasurer — 2; Band — 1,2, 3; Vo-ed — 3, 4. MARC STEMALY . . . Vo-ed — 3, 4; Track — 2, 3, 4; Football — 2; Basketball — 2; Baseball — 1; Mock Elections — Voted Biggest Flirt. KELLY STRUWIN . . . Volleyball — 3, 4; Vo-ed — 3, 4; Homecoming Court — 4; Honor Student — 4; Powderpuff Football — 4; Mock Elections — Voted Most Fashionable. JEFF THORNTON . . . Football — 1,2, 3; Baseball — 1,2; Student Council — 2, 3; Vo-ed — 3, 4; Homecoming Court — 3; Most Outstanding in Electricity. JACKIE UPSTON . . . Varsity Club — 2, 3, 4; Student Council Vice President — 4; Basketball — 1, 2, 3, 4; Softball — 3, 4; Track — 4; Michigan Competitive Scholarship. WALT WAFFLE . . . Band — 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball — 1, 2; Track — 3; Indian Singers — 4; Honor Student — 4; Co-op — 4. 167 I'

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