Tekonsha High School - Indian Yearbook (Tekonsha, MI)

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Tekonsha, Michigan Our friends were special to us, together we learned from teachers, tests and life’s many problems. We went through a lot together, the joy of victory, good grades, graduation, fads and foods. Our friends helped us when we didn’t have a date for the dance, forgot our lunch, or had to study for a test. We will always treasure the memories of the fun-filled Homecoming week we shared together. Through the years we have learned that the most precious memory of all will be the memory of our special friends. Tracee Vincent and Annette Brewer. Co-Editors2TABLE OF CONTENTS Opening 1 Activities 11 Athletics 25 Organizations 63 Classes 69 Administration 79 Faculty 83 Seniors 91 Juniors 105 Sophomores 109 Freshmen 113 Junior High 117 Elementary 125 Advertisers and Patrons 137 INDIAN Staff 160 Our friends were special to us, together we learned from teachers, tests and life's many problems . . . 346710ACTIVITIES (Top Uft) The varsity football team shows their spirit as they ride through town. (Middle) It s an exciting moment for the cheerleaders after an Indian touchdown. (Top Right) Who is this man all dressed in red0 It's "Mr Mercury" (alias Mr. Currie), the spirit thermometer man (lamer Left) Doug Salt gabcr carries the pigskin for yardage during the game (lamer Right) Again this year, the juniors get first place on their float. Speed buggy " Opposite Page: (Top Right) The king and queen are shown opening the first dance. (Lower la ft) The THS Marching Band marches in the Homecoming parade. (Lower Right) The junior gals gain yardage against the seniors in the powder puff football game. 12 Activities Make A Fun-Filled Week This year's Homecoming was sponsored by the class of “80". The king and queen were announced on September 22. Mark Eberts and Annette Brewer were chosen to reign over the Homecoming festivities by the student body. Throughout the fun-filled week, the cheerleaders sponsored a snake dance with the annual bonfire afterwards. There they had a whip cream and banana eating contest which was won by the junior attendants. the pep rally, the parade traveled through Main Street, ending at the school. The junior gals battled the senior gals in the powder puff football game, which ended in a tie. 6 to 6. At the game, a half time show featured class floats, the king and queen, and their court. The junior class captured first place in the float competition. When the clock ran out in the game, the Indians fell in defeat to Pittsford. 12 to 6. Following the game, the dance. "Homecoming in Fantasy Land . was held. There Mark Egberts and Annette Brewer were formally crowned by last year's reigning king and queen. Bryan Lindquist and Ruth Nagel. 13Homecoming The Royalty The 1979 Homecoming Queen Annette Brewer and King Mark Eberts. Senior attendants Jeff Seekman and Tracee Vincent. Senior attendants Michelle New house and Dan Sweet. 14Junior attendants Bobbette Lamb and Sophomore attendants Shelly George and Freshman attendants Lynettc Selby and Doug Minniear. Phil Wolf. Bill VanHoose. Eighth grade attendants Kathy Lessman and Fred Doolittle. Seventh grade attendants Lisa O'Dell and Shawn Tetreault. 15Fall Festival Fun for Everyone On Friday, February 17. the annual Fall Festival was held by the PTO. The following classes and organizations had booths: seniors, softball throw1: juniors, frisbee throw: sophomores, free throw shooting and pizza sample: freshmen, softball toss: eighth grade, dime toss: seventh grade, pick-a-color; journalism, picture sale: Student Council, raffles: Varsity Club. THS souvenirs; library, book sale. The Fall Festival not only raised money for the organizations, but made for an evening of fun for everyone. (Top) Trai.ee Vincent takes charge of the yearbook picture-sale booth. (Abuse) Doug Saltzaber takes time out front selling yearbook pictures to pose for a picture. (Above Right) LeAnn Mattson waits for someone to buy a book at the library's book sale booth. (Right) Mark Eberts tries to talk Shelly George into busing numbers from the Varsity Club.' 16Spirit Day Competition Held to Boost Spirit On Friday, Febraury 2, the Student Council sponsored something new to boost the spirit of the school during basketball season. They held a Spirit Day. made up of competition between classes. The juniors were the overall winners with a total of 64' i points. Some of the activities that were held were, a basketball free throw, wheelbarrow race, pyramid building, inch worm, math quiz, word search and egg and spoon contest. The competition lasted all morning. (Top I eft) Mr. Spirit '79 (Principal. Dr. Joseph Serra) talks to the student body about the Spirit Day Activities. (I eft) Fifteen sophomores try to build their pyramid in the shortest time. (They did it in nine seconds!) (Above) Susan Jones and Jeff Flynn represent the seniors in the word-search competition. 17Cabaret A Variety of Entertainment The ninth annual Cabaret was held Saturday. March 24. in the high school gymnasium. “Movin' Along" was the theme chosen. Mistress and master of ceremonies were Annette Brewer and Bryan White. The stage band started the Cabaret and a variety of acts followed ranging from singing, dancing. gymnastics to skits. During intermission, refreshments were sold. A lot of work was put into planning and decorating for the "19" Cabaret by the Student Council and their advisors. Mrs. Vilma Carlson and Mr. Wayne Mason. (Top) Mistress and Master of ceremonies. Bryan White, and starts the Cabaret off play ing the theme from "Cabaret " Annette Brewer welcome the audience. (Above) The stage band 18(Above IA fi) Bill Wiescholck plays ihe banjo. (Above Right) Lori Duckett entertains the crowd by singing "I Want To Be A Child When I Grow Up.” (Above) Anita Doolittle. LeAnn Rocco. Joanna Lindquist. Lon Herman dance and sing to "I he Entertainer.” Opposite Page: (Top) Annette Brewer. Debbie VanHoose. Tracee Vincent make a trio singing "I'm Looking Over A Four Leaf Clover." (I eft) Donetta Yates. Jim Duckham. Debbie VanHoose. Kollene Kerschner. Annette Brewer, and Michelle New-house do a skit and dance back in the "fifties.” (Right) "Don't Fence Me In" is sung by Shawn Tetreault. 2021Prom and Banquet Prom Held at Country Club The junior class of 1980 honored the senior class with the prom and banquet on May 12. This year, the juniors chose“Time Passages” as the theme. The prom and banquet were both held at the Marshall Country Club by Lyon Lake. Altogether about 100 students, administration, and faculty were in attendance. Mrs. Ruth Humeston, retired first grade teacher, was the guest speaker. “Soundstream” provided the music for the evening. (Top) Junior class president. Kathy Eberts, welcomes everyone to the banquet. (Right) The faculty and administration go through the food line. 22(Left) Senior class president. Mark Eberts, and his date. Kim Miller, cut the cake that was donated by Mrs. Gladys Pileri. (Middle Left) Bruce White is just about to ask Annette Brewer to dance. (Middle Right) Gary White and Nancy Thompson share a moment’s silence after the banquet. (Lower Left) Couples on the dance floor are dancing to music by “Sound-Stream.” (Lower Right) Tim Jenkins and Gloria Tetreault fill their plates. 23Prom and Banquet (Right) Guest speaker. Mrs. Ruih Humeston. recites a poem she wrote entitled. “Oh. I Have Loved You All." (Middle Left) Couples are dancing to the music provided by “Sound-Stream.” (Middle Right) The band. “Soundstrcam" provides the music for the evening. (Lower Left) Couples scramble after the balloons containing the prizes. (Lower Right) Steve Shute and Michelle Newhouse pick up their plates before sitting down at the banquet. 24ATHLETICSVarsity Football Team Gains Respect and Confidence The THS Varsity Football team gained respect and confidence this football season. Wins didn't come easy for the Indians, but no team slipped by the Indians without a tough battle. The Indians finished their season with four wins and five losses. By defeating the Camden-Frontier Redskins in the league playoffs, the Indians took fourth place in the South Central Athletic Associaion. The Indians had a well-balanced team with three players making the all-league team honorable mention: Tim Caputo. Tim Jenkins, and Marty Nagel. Senior Bob Carlson made the Allleague team. 26VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM: (Back) Coach Robert Tyckoski. Marty Nagel. Tim Jenkins. Bryan White. Daryl Cummins. Doug Doolittle. Mark Eberts. Bob Carlson. Assistant Coach Reid Waffle. (Middle) Manager Brad White. Bill Wiescholek. Steve Gan-dreu. Steve Morley, Myron Wolcott, Hubert Kelly, Bruce While. Tim Capulo, Doug Saltzgaber. Manager Jack Woods. (Front) Jeff Seekmen, John O’Dell. Todd Henion. Steve Ball. Floyd Siegel. Jerome Flynn, Jim Duckham. Jeff Flynn. Arron Kevwitch. Bob Brown. THS 0 VARSITY FOOTBALL SCORES OPP. Centreville 6 34 Howe Military 8 12 Camden-Frontier 4) I % 8 Pittsford 6 h 7 Waldron Litchfield North Adams 1 14 Camden-Frontier L 6 5 (League Playoffs) 19 Burr Oak 0 Opposite Page: (Top) Bryan White and Daryl Cummins discuss a play with Assistant Coach Reid Waffle. (Lower Left) An Indian player carries the ball for some yardage. (Lower Right) Myron Wolcott attempts to gain some yardage for the Indians during the Homecoming game with Pittsford. This Page: (Above) Co-Captain Bob Carlson has a conference with Coachs Robert Tyckoski and Reid Waffle. 27SENIORS: (Back) Jim Duckham. Halfback: Steve Morley. tackle; Jeff Flynn, linebacker: Jeff Seek-men. linebacker. (Front) Marly Nagel, halfback: Bob Brown, guard; Hubert Kelly, guard; Bob Carlson, linebacker: Mark Eberts, tackle: Bryan White, tackle: Doug Doolittle, end. (Right) Quarterback Doug Saltzgaber reaches for a pass. (Below) Quarterback Doug Saltzgaber slips by his man to gain some yardage for the Indians Opposite Page: (Top Ix»ft) Bryan White tapes up his injured knee. (Right) Marty Nagel struggles for some yardage as his defensive man pulls at him. (Bottom) Myron Wolcott out runs his opponents to gain some yardage for the Indians. 2829l.V. Football Team Wins League Championship This year the J.V. Football Team won the league championship with a perfect 5-0 record. Overall the team was 5-2. The league championship came down to the last game when they met the North Adams Rams who were tied with the Indians. The Rams and Indians were both 4-0. The Indians defeated them to take the league title. The team was young consisting of 12 freshmen and only nine sophomores. All in all it was a good year as all the players gained much experience. JUNIOR VARSITY FOOTBALL. TF.AM (Back) Clinton Reincke. Boh Wiescholek. Dan Stuart. Kevin Klingaman. Bill Ludlow. Scott Waffle. Tim Katz. Todd Sherwood. Brian Aldrich. (Middle) Coach Tony Bowling. Tony Jenkins. David Sweet. Scott Doolittle. L. J. Goheen. Jim Wolf. Russell Weimer. Scot Thornton. Assistant Curt Shaffer. (Front) Manager Jim O’Dell. Dave Stayner. Kevin George. Tim Beam. Mark Warner. Mark Summerfield. Manager Duane Feltncr. 30Opposite Page: (Top) The Indians come hack on to the field ready to do battle in the second half. This Page: (Top left) The defense digs in to stop the North Adams Rams. (lamer left) The Indians huddle around Coach Tony Bowling for some last minute instructions. 9 JUNIOR VARSITY FOOTBALL SCORES THS 6 Centreville 6 Union City 26 Camden-Frontier 12 Pittsford 16 Waldron 6 Litchfyeld 14 North Adams OPP 13 8 6 0 0 0 8 31Cheerleading Activity Requires Dedication Cheerleading is an activity that takes long hours of practice, skill, poise, dedication and above all else teamwork. This year's cheerleading squad did their best to fulfill these requirements, but of course there were problems along the way. These problems helped the girls grow as a squad and as individuals. With the never-ending help and guidance from their advisor, Mrs. Betty Shank, the 1978-79 cheerleaders helped build school spirit among the fans and players. VARSITY BASKETBALL CHEERLEADERS: (Top) Michelle Newhouse. Vickie Sisco. Debbie Stuart. Annette Brewer. VARSITY FOOTBALL CHEERLEADERS: (Bottom) Eracee Vincent. Julie Randall. Deb Stuart. Annette Brewer. (Middle) Michelle Newhouse. Vickie Sisco. (Top) Penny Frakes. FRESHMEN CHEERLEADERS: (Top) Michon Hampton. (Middle) Tom Reimer. Lynette Selby. (Front) Christina Siegel. 32JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL CHEERLEADERS: (Top) ADVISOR Mrs. Betty Shank Jamie Sisco. Shelly George. Verli Stefan (Standing) Susan George. Jane Shedd. (Kneeling) Gloria Tetreault. SENIOR VARSITY CHEERLEADERS: Annette Brewer and Michelle New house. ITT JUNIOR VARSITY FOOTBALL CHEERLEADERS. Shelly George. Verli Stefan. Gloria Tetreault. Jane Shedd. Jamie Sisco. Susan George. 33Varsity Basketball Three Selected for All-League Under the direction of Coach Larry Stout, the varsity basketball team had a good year. At the end of the season, the team had an overall win-loss record of 10-12. Tim Jenkins was the high-point player ending with a total of 336 points. He was also high rebounder for the season with 194. In district play, the Indians defeated the Pittsford Wildcats. 53-44. In the second round. Tekonsha was defeated by the Litchfield Terriers 65-44. Three Indians were selected to be on the All-League Team. Doug Saltzgaber was chosen to be on the first team while Bob Carlson and Tim Jenkins were selected for the second. 34VARSITY BASKLTBALL TF.AM: (Standing) Coach Larry Stout. Dan Warner. Bruce White. Mark Klingaman. Boh Carlson. I im Jenkins. Tim Caputo. (Kneeling) Manager Joe Flynn. Arron Kevwitch. Doug Minmear. Jeff Flynn. Doug Saltzgaber. Kevin Webber. Varsity Basketball Co-captains and seniors are Jeff Flynn and Bob Carlson. Opposite Page: (Top) Doug Saltzgaber (40) is all alone for the lay-up. (Loner Left) Bob Carlson (44) increases the home team’s score by sinking a basket. 35Varsity Basketball (Abmc) Boh Carlson (44) helps the team by making two points. (Top Ki h() Doug Saltzgaber (40) shoots for the lay-up. (Right) Tim Jenkins (42) goes up for two to aide the Indians against the Terriers. 36(Left) The excited crowd cheers the Indians on to victory (Lower Right) Doug Saltzgaher (40) shoots for two points. (Below) Tim Caputo (50) attempts to sink a basket. 37T.V. and Freshman Basketball Winning Seasons The freshman and J.V. basketball teams both had successful seasons this year. Both teams were under the direction of Mr. Tony Bowling. The freshman team finished with 9 wins and 7 losses. This year, the freshmen played in the Waldron freshman tournament and finished fourth. The J.V. team had a very fine record this year winning 12 and losing 6. FRESHMAN BASKETBALL TEAM: (Back) tony Jenkins. Dave Sweet. Kevin Klingaman. Tim Katz. Frank l.afond. (Front) Coach Tony Bowling. Kevin Goerge. Bill VanHoose. Dave Stayner. Mark Warner. Scot Thornton. Manager Rod Rocco. FRESHMAN BASKETBALL SCORES THS OPP. 40 Burr Oak 33 44 Camden-Frontier 65 38 Olivet 66 44 Waldron 43 50 Pittsford 36 28 North'Adams 54 31 Camden-Frontier 26 43 Jonesville 42 32 Litchfield 35 32 Colon 30 31 North Adams 49 43 Waldron 31 44 Pittsford 40 W aldron Tournament 30 Adrian-Madison 28 14 North Adams 36 38 Litchfield 42 (Top) The freshman team huddles around Coach Tony Bowling to discuss some strategy in a game against the Litchfield Terriers. (Ia-fl) Tony Jenkins (24) reaches out for the hall. 38J V. BASKETBALL TEAM: Mark Sum-merficld. Phil WolL Scott Waffle. Ted Groholske. Todd Sherwood. Scott Doolittle, Tim Beam. Coach Tons Bowling. (Front) Managers Jeff Summerfleld. Rod Rocco. J.V. BASKETBALL SCORES THS OPP. 39 Burr Oak 35 48 Litchfield 51 41 North Adams 49 55 Camden-Frontier 39 43 Colon 39 33 Waldron 37 46 Howe 21 58 Pittsford 24 63 Burr Oak 28 39 Camden-Frontier V 56 48 Jonesville 47 43 Litchfield 23 36 Colon 51 43 North Adams 27 39 Waldron 31 44 Howe 30 49 Pittsford 36 31 Centreville 36 39 (l cft) Ted Groholske (40) dribbles in for two points.Varsity Basketball Team Lacks Height This year the girls' varsity basketball team was plagued by inexperience. The team consisted of one senior, four juniors, three sophomores and two freshmen. Miss Coleen Wendel was the coach. The team had a tough battle with the record being 5 wins and 12 losses. Coach Wendel commented. “The lack of team height hurt the team during the season." VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM: (Seated) Coach Coleen Wendel. Manager LeAnn Selby. (Front) Verli Stefan. Susan George. Lynette Selby. Gloria Tetreault. (Middle) Ann Casebccr. Shelly George. Kim Bennett. (Back) Kathy Eberts. Michelle Newhouse. Marlene Friend. (Right) Marlene Friend (21) dribbles the ball down the court for a basket Opposite Page: (Top Right) Michelle Newhouse (10) was the only senior on the squad. (Bottom) Girls are fired up after a victory. 40VARSI I Y BASKETBALL SCORES olon2 J Reading Camden 'iVlendon Litchfield • Waldron North Adams Pi ttsford Camden Bronson Litchfield Waldront- Colon(Top) Marlene Friend (21) looks for an open man in the key. (Top Right) Verli Stefan completes a lay up. (Right) Verli Stefan (31). Gloria Tetreault (14) and Shelly George (15) show team spirit. 42Varsity Basketball (Left) Susan George (30) shoots for two against the Waldron Spartans. (Below) Senior. Michelle Ncwhouse (10) sets up for a fast break. (Lower Ix?ft) Ann Casebeer (40) scrambles for the ball. (Lower Right) The girls have a time-out conference with Coach Coleen Wendel. 43LV. Basketball J.V s Lack Experience Ten freshmen and three sophomores made up the girls' junior varsity basketball team this year. Miss Bobbi Lautzenheiser was the girls' coach. With the help of Miss Lautzenheiser. the girls showed much improvement, even though they were young and lacked experience. The JV's ended their season with a 3-13 win-loss record. JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL SCORES THS OPP. 20 Colon 23 19 Reading 16 9 Mendon 37 13 Bronson 42 20 North Adams 45 15 Pittsford 24 20 Camden 28 14 Mendon 34 21 Litchfield 20 16 Waldron 15 8 North Adams 36 20 Pittsford 30 Camden Bronson Litchfield Waldron 30 36 20 20 (Right) Cheryl Doolittle (45) dribbles down the court as she is pursued by a Waldron player. (Abote) Nina Meiring (31) atlempts to make a steal as Michon Hampton (35) and Jane Shedd (42) guard the opponents. 44GIRLS JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM: (Front) April I rakes. (Middle) Cheryl Doolittle. Jane Shedd. Sandy Ludlow. ( ath Flynn. Jeanne Lindquist. Jamie Sisco. Manager Kathy Van Moose. Bobbi Hines. Nina Meiring. Michon Hampton. Nanc Thompson. Toni Reimer. LcAnn Waffle. (Back) Coach Bobbi Lautzenheiser. 45Varsity Volleyball Girls Show Complete Team Effort This year's varsity volleyball team had an exciting year, winning 16 games and losing only 9. Complete team effort was shown throughout the season with no one girl standing out. Coach Coleen Wendel said the girls improved 200 percent over the previous year. i ft ft VARSITY RECORD Colon North Adams North Adams Litchfield Litchfield Waldron Waldron Pmsford Pitttford Camden Camden North Adam North Adams Litchfield Litchfield Waldron Waldron Camden Camden Pittsford Pmsford Mendon Mendon Ccntrcvilk North Adams (Top Left) The girls get fired up before a game. (Top Right) Mel Johnson serves the ball to the opponents. (Above) Debbie Reincke bumps the ball as Melanie Doolittle, Kathy Eberts, Mel Johnson and Kim Bennett are waiting to assist her. 46KONSHA INDIANS VARSITY VOLLEYBALL TEAM: Coach Colcen Wendel, Donetta Yates. Melanie Doolittle, Melanie Johnson, Marlene Friend. Kathy Eberts. Debbie Reincke. Tracee Vincent. Kim Bennett, Manager Diane Deevers. 47I.V. Volleyball Girls Gain Experience This year’s junior varsity volleyball team consisted of ten players, six freshmen and four sophomores. Under the coaching of Miss Bobbie Lautzenheiser. the team proved to be successful with seven wins and seven losses. The girls gained a lot of experience and made it a fun year. J.V. VOLLEYBALL SCORES Colon North Adams Litchfield Waldron Ptttsford Camden North Adams Litchfield Waldron PiMvl, ifi { f M l '1 Vi ( trmi.en Mendon Mendon Centrevil Loss Loss Win Win Win Win Loss Win Win Loss Loss Win Loss Loss J.V. VOLLEYBALL TEAM: (Bottom) Deana Yates. Robin Doolittle. LeAnn Waffle. Jane Olds. (Second) Coach Bobbie Lautzenheiser. Nina Meiring. Sharon Sellers. Kim Reincke, Manager Dianne Deevers. (Third) Tom Reimer. Michon Hampton. (Top) Lynette Selby. 48wppuMu rage: (ia‘H) loach Bobbie l.aulzenheiser eves the tear in wonder. This Page: (Top) I.eAnn Waffle gets in position for bump. (Right) Kim Reincke bumps the ball over the net. (Abou Jane Olds and Michon Hampton are prepared to help Kim Reincke get the ball over the net. 49Wrestling Injuries Plague Wrestlers This year's wrestling team was plagued by injuries and inexperience which resulted in a poor season for the Indians. The team consisted of two seniors. Bob Brown, and Steve Morley, who contributed much leadership needed for the team. Harold O'Dell was the only one to go to State, but was defeated in the first round. L. J. Gohcen is being taken down by a Jonesville wrestler. WRESTLING TEAM: (Back) Coach Robert Tyckoski. Bob Harold O'Dell. John O'Dell. Bob Wiesholck. Floyd Siegel. Eric Brown. Jerome Flynn. L. J. Goheen. Daryl Cummins. Steve Mor- Ciotta. ley. Jack Woods. Manager Kirk Adams. (Front) Greg Straub. 50Senior Wrestlers. Bob Brown and Steve Morley. WRESTLING SCORES THS OPP. 17 llowe 51 6 Olivet 60 0 Pot terville 75 18 Homer 65 18 Jonesville 61 15 Vandercook Lake 63 18 Westview 40 4 Centreville 66 9 Homer 15 Athens 46 48 How'e 40 18 Mendon (t m Concord V-M 1 18 . 1 hree Oaks River Valles —m 60 21 Olivet 59 18 Athens 66 i 24 Jonesville 65 36 Mendon 57 Floyd Siegel is about to pin a Jonesville wrestler.Baseball Indians Have Good Season The varsity baseball team compiled a record of 15 wins, and 7 losses. During the season, the Indians won their own tournament, defeating Homer 14 to 2. and Fremont 15 to 2. The team won their pre-district game, but lost to Athens 3 to 2 in the district. Jeff Flynn received the most valuable player, and he also won the batting title with a 438 average. The JV team, coached by Mr. Norm Taylor, won 4. and lost 5. (Top Right) Tim Jenkins. (20) gets ready (or a pitch. (Middle) Tim Capulo, (21) lakes a ball. (Right) Jeff Flynn. (14) Sprints to first after getting a hit. HUM warm iWWWWI MA 52 (Top Left) Ross Upston. (19) catches a fly ball. (Top Right) Seniors: Jeff Flynn. (14) Marty Nagel. (10) and Bob Brown (12). (Middle Left) Tim Jenkins. (20) slides into second. (Middle) Doug Saltgaber. (22) scores a run after crossing the plate. (Above) Doug Saltzgaber. (22) slides safely into second. (Lower Left) Marty Nagel. (10) fires a strike. 53VARSITY BASEBALL TEAM (Back) Jerome Flynn, Floyd Siegel. Tim Caputo. Tim Jenkins. Ross Upston. Marty Nagel. Coach Larry Stout. (Front) Manager Jeff Summerficld. Manager Joe Flynn, John O’Dell. Jeff Flynn. Kevin Webber. Doug Saltzgaber, Rob Brown. VARSITY BASEBALL SCORES THS OPP 4 Cenireville 1 8 Colon 12 0 Litchfield 1 1 North Adams 4 3 North Adams 2 14 Homer 2 15 Fremont 2 4 Camden F rontier 2 22 Camden Frontier « 0 0 Pittsford 1 6 Litchfield 5 5 Litchfield 3 5 North Adams 4 1 Waldron XV0 6 Waldron v-2 10 Camden Frontier 0 2 Pittsford 3 8 Pittsford 13 13 Homer 0 15 Homer 1 PR E-DISTRICTS 22 Burr Oak 0 DISTRICTS 2 Athens 3 54 (Above) Kevin Webber. (II) to tag out an opponent. JUNIOR VARSITY BASEBALL SCORES THS Opp. 12 Colon 1 5 Concord 13 4 Centreville 8 16 Homer 3 10 Colon 15 6 Centreville 8 13 Concord 11 2 Concord 5 15 Springport 5 Baseball JUNIOR VARSITY TEAM: (Back) Coach Norm Taylor. Mark Warner. Scott Thornton, Dave Sweet. Scott Waffle. Todd Sherwood, Tony Jenkins. (Front) Manager Jeff Calhoun. Bill Van-Hoose. Kevin George. Mark Summerfield. Tim Beam. (Above) The team watches from the dug-out. 55Track Girls Earn Medals This year, the girls' track team faced cold, rainy weather all season, only having a couple of meets that were rain-free. Despite that, Coach Tony Bowling led the girls to another good year. The girls attended many invita-tionals, bringing home many medals. Only one record was broken, that being the mile relay. Two records were tied, the high jump and the 110 low hurdles and a new record set in a new event. In the mile relay, Nancy Thompson, Penny Frakes, Gloria Tetreault, and Susan George established a new record in 4:40.3. The high jump was tied with a jump of 4' 9" by Marlene Friend, and Kim Bennett tied her old record in the 110 low hurdles. This year, a new event, the 220 low hurdles was run. Bennett also holds that record. On May 30, five girls attended the Champion of Champions Meet. The 880 relay team of Kim Bennett, Kathy Eberts, Verli Stefan, and Vickie Sisco went. Bennett went in the 110 hurdles, and Marlene Friend went in the two mile. Again this year, the girls finished in a tie with Litchfield for third. 56TRACK TEAM: (Front) Manager Lorie White, Penny Frakes, Verli Stefan. Shelly George. Annette Brewer, Kim Bennett, Manager Lisa O’Dell. (Middle) Susan Jones, Kim Myers, Cathy Flynn. Nancy Thompson. Gloria Tetreault, Susan George. Vickie Sisco, Melanie Johnson. (Back) Coach Tony Bowling, Kathy Eberts, Marlene Friend. Cheryl Doolittle. LeAnn Waffle, Toni Reimer, Jane Shedd, Angela Griffith, Carol Flynn. Jeanne Lindquist. (Not pictured) Manager Caryn Stites, Lynette Selby, Michon Hampton. SENIOR TRACK MEMBERS: (Front) Penny Frakes. Annette Brewer. (Back) Carol Flynn. Susan Jones. Opposite Page: (Top l eft) Susan George breaks the string for a first in the 440. (Top Right) Heaving the discus is Angela Griffith. (Center Left) Nervously waiting for their events to come up are Gloria Tetreault. Verli Stefan, and Shelly George. (Center Right) Kim Bennett leaps far in the long jump. (Bottom) Showing perfect form is Nancy Thompson in the high jump. This Page: (Center) Shelly George and Jeanne Lindquist run in the mile. (Left) The THS hurdlers. Lynette Selby and Kathy Eberts take the hurdles in stride. 57Track Guys T ake Fifth in S.C.A.A. This year the boys' track team consisted of 13 members including two seniors, Jim Duckham and Bob Carlson. Even though the boys had a rough year, they came in fifth in the league. The 440 relay team consisting of Gary White, Jim Duckham, Bob Carlson and Myron Wolcott went to Tri-League of Champions meet at Vandercook Lake. (Top Right) Myron Wolcott comes ahead of Litchfield in the 880 relay. (Middle) Jim Duckham and Bob Carlson attempt to show Coach Robert Currie how to flex their muscles. (Above) Bob Carlson comes in for a hand-off in the 880 relay. (Left) Jim Duckham tries hard to get over the high jump. 58TRACK TEAM: (Front) John Davis. Frnak LaFond, Alan Hines. Russell Wiemer, Jack Woods, Gary White. (Back) Manager Richie Yates. Jim Duckham, David Sweet, Myron Wolcott. Bob Carlson. Ted Groholske. Manager Shawn Tetreault, Coach Robert Currie. (Not pictured) Scott Randall, Bruce White. (Middle Left) Gary White hustles for the finish line of the 440 relay. (Above) Jack Woods comes in with a hard finish in the 440. 59Sports Banquet Carlson and Bennett Are Top Athletes Bob Carlson and Kim Bennett were chosen as athletes of the year, at the annual sports banquet on June 7. Awards earned throughout the year were presented at the banquet, as follows: Football: The Steve Weller Award went to Tony Jenkins; Most Valuable Lineman, Bob Carlson: Most Valuable Back, Myron Wolcott; Most Improved, Marty Nagel. Girls' basketball: Most Improved, Susan George and Gloria Tetreault; Most Valuable, Michelle New-house. Boys’ basketball: Sharp Shooter, Bob Carlson; Most Improved, Jeff Flynn; Most Valuable, Doug Saltzgaber. Wrestling: Most Improved, Harold O’Dell; Most Dedicated, Bob Wiescholek. Volleyball: Most Valuable, Kim Bennett; Most Improved, Tracee Vincent. Boys’ track: Most Valuable, Ted Groholske; Most Dedicated, Bob Carlson. Girls’ track: Most Valuable, Kim Bennett; Most Athletic Director. Mr. Paul Sweet presents Athlete of the Year trophies Dedicated, Kathryn Eberts. Varsity baseball: Most Valuable, Jeff Flynn; Highest Batting Average. Jeff Flynn. Cheerleader awards went to seniors, Michelle Newhouse and Annette Brewer. Winners for the most baskets for the Freethrow Marathon were: Donna Feltner, Bobbie Turley and Brian Saltzgaber in the elementary; LeAnn Selby and Brian Beam in the junior high; Lynette Selby and Ross Upston in the high school. Dennis Richardson brought in the most money for the marathon. The Louis Pervine Booster of the Year Award went to Ann Flynn. Letters and certificates were presented to the students who participated in varsity and J.V. sports. All senior athletes were given plaques for their participation. The crowd enjoyed a delicious supper prepared by Mrs. Gladys Piled and sponsored by the Boosters Club. Bob Carlson and Kim Bennett. 60(Top Left) Mr. Robert Tyckoski presents the Most Improved trophy in wrestling to Harold O’Dell. (Top Right) Gloria Tetreault and Susan George receive their Most Improved Trophies in girls’ basketball from Miss Coleen Wendel (Middle Left) Verli Stefan and Jamie Sisco go through the supper line at the banquet. (Above) The ninth grade basketball team accepts the applause from the crowd after receiving their certificates. (I eft) The faculty enjoys their food at the banquet. 61Sports Banquet (Top Left) Doug Slatzgaber smiles while he receives the Most Valuable Player Award in Basketball. (Top Right) Jeff Flynn received two trophies for Most Valuable Player and Highest Baiting Average in baseball from Mr. Larry Stout. (Above) Mrs. Ann Flynn has a nice surprise when she is awarded a plaque for the Outstanding Booster of the Year, from Mr. Gale Jenkins. (Middle Right) Tracee Vincent accepts the Most Improved trophy in volleyball from Miss Coleen Wendel. (Right) Fred Doolittle was the recipient of the Wade Patten Memorial Award this year in the junior high. The Award is based on scholarship, citizenship, leadership and athletics. 62ORGANIZATIONSVARSITY CLUB MEMBERS: (Front) Advisor Mr. Tony Bowling, Jeff Scekman. Tracee Vincent. Penny Frakes. Michelle Newhouse. Melanie Johnson. Cheryl Doolittle. (Second) Tim Jenkins. Jim Kelly. Susan George. Jamie Sisco, Annette Brewer. Kathy Eberts, Marlene Friend. Jane Shedd. Shelly George. (Third) Jack Woods, Jerome Flynn. Bryan White, Doug Saltzgaber. Ted Groholske, Marty Nagel. Kevin Webber, Phil Wolf. Doug Kempton. (Fourth) Floyd Siegel. Bob Carlson, Mark Eberts, John O'Dell, Bob Brown, Tim Caputo. Hubert Kelly, Jeff Flynn. Gary White. Varsity Club Club Sponsors Fund Raiser Jeff Seekman and Tracee Vincent were chosen by the Varsity Club as co-presidents, and Jeff Flynn served as secretary and treasurer. For the Fall Festival, the club sold THS mugs, scarves, mittens, letters, and numbers. During the year, the club sponsored a fund raising basketball game between Canada’s Harlem Diplomats and the THS faculty. The Diplomats came out on top. 64 A Canadian Diplomat takes time out to pose for a picture with Tom Summerfield.Student Council 'Movin' Along' With the Council The Student Council started out the school year by cleaning the lawn and painting the rock. For Homecoming, they bought crowns for the queens and kings, and donated $ 100 for winners of the float competition. They held a Spirit Day on February 2. with a dance at night. For the Fall Festival. November 17, they raffled off what the merchants of Tekonsha donated from their businesses. They also donated $100 for Muscular Dystrophy. The group presented the ninth annual Cabaret on March 24. with the theme. "Movin' Along." Money from the Cabaret was used to buy backdrops for the stage. STUDENT COUNCIL REPRESENTATIVES: Melanie Doolit- Wiescholek. Bill Van Hoose. Annelte Brewer. Bryan While. Jeff lie. Susan Jones. Deana Yales. Jeanne Lindquist. Tim Jenkins. Bob Seekman. STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS AND ADVISORS: (Standing) Mr. Wayne Mason, advisor; Hubert Kelly, vice-president: Jack Woods, president; Ann Casebeer. treasurer. (Kneeling) Debbie Stuart, secretary: Mrs. Vilma Carlson, advisor. 65Music Many Performances This year, the THS band started their year off by performing at football game half-time shows. They also participated in the annual Homecoming parade as well as the Marshall Christmas parade. The band held two concerts, the Christmas Concert and the Spring Concert. On May 21. the band played at Cedar Point. For money-making projects, the band sold candles and the majorettes sold placemats. The junior high choir was something new at THS. Along with the high school choir, they performed at the Christmas and Spring Concerts. The junior high choir also appeared at the Cabaret. Both choirs sold candles this year for money-making projects. With the help and direction of Mr. Kevin McMullin the band and choirs had a fun-filled year. Mr. Kevin McMullin. Music Director. THS MARCHING BAND with majorettes Michelle Newhouse. Susan George. Marlene Friend. Toni Reimer. and Head Majorette Tracee Vincent. 66IMS CONCERT BAND: (Front) Karen Groth. Lynette Selby. Robin Doolittle. Annette Brewer. Melanie Doolittle. Donetta Yates. Susan George, Nancy Jones. Gloria Tetreault. Cathy Olds. (Middle) Christina Siegel. Kim Myers. Michon Hampton. Verli Stefan. Bob Carlson. C indy Schafer. Debbie Van Moose. Bob Wiescholek. Jane Shedd. Tracee Vincent. Melanie Johnson. Jim Kelly. Terri Kempton. (Back) Jane Olds. Deana Yales. Hubert Kelly. Scott Randall. Jill Blake. Doug Saltzgaber. Doug Kempton. Doug Myers. Scott Eishen. Robert Keifer. Eric Ciotta. Mr. Kevin McMullin. director. 67 A little out of character, the senior band members pose for a picture: (Front) Bob Carlson. (Back) Robert Keifer. Hubert Kelly. Michelle Newhouse. Debbie Van Moose. Annette Brewer. Donetta Yates, and Tracee Vincent.Music HIGH SCHOOL CHOIR: (Front) Mars Woods. Denise Kempton. Nancy Jones. (Second) Sheila Davis. Julie Randall. Susan Jones. Jeanette Davis. ( Third) Melanie Doolittle. Debbie Reincke. Mary Groholske. Carla Strang. (Back) Joyce Smith. Tim Katz. Tom Upston. Kim Ray. Mr. Tim LaVassuer. a student teacher from Olivet College directs from the piano. JUNIOR HIGH CHOIR: (Front) Amber Warner. Lorra Shaver. Kathy Van Hoose. Melissa Pullen. (Second) Lilly La Pond. Michelle Henion. John Coffman. Sharon Fowler. Missy L.angridge. (Third) DeAnn Johnson. Lisa Ray. Brandon Shilling. Dianne Deevers. Jill Doolittle. (Back) Carole Brewer. Dennis Richardson. Howard Upston. and Laurie Duckett. 68CLASSES(Top Left) Alan Kemp works on ihe hand saw trying to finish his project. (Top Right) The Spanish class pinata is the subject of conversation between fellow Spanish students. Jack Woods and Annette Brewer. (Center Left) Jim Wolf types hurriedly in order to finish his typing assignment. (Center Right) Todd Sherwood explains how to complete a proof during Geometry class. (Right) Practice makes perfect, and practicing every day is a major part of band class. 70Classes Another Year of Learning I his year, students increased their knowledge through the many classes offered at THS. The variety of courses range from the required classes like math, science, history and English to the electives of fine arts, drafting, business, home ec. gym and more. Many classes were full, but others had very few students. It was not uncommon to have less than a dozen students. The foreign language section acquired a new course this year and cut one. German was dropped. while Spanish was added. Many advanced courses were offered, with one in biology, and one in science, in typing, and another in math. When the year finally came to a close, students' minds had been filled with information, exercised, and tested. Some failed, but most had passed that big hurdle. (Top) Fred Doolittle shows off the lanterns that the shop classes made as their annual project. (Center) Lori Washburn checks her answers on the calculator in her advanced typing and office machines class. (Left) Bob Carlson plays his favorite instrument, the slide rule, while behind him, Jeff Flynn practices the art of mastering the eraser during trigonometry class. 71(Top Right) Bill Spencer is "zooming” away on his sewing machine making his home economics project. (Top Left) Jerome Flynn studies hard before a history test (Above) Ann Oasebeer points out Austria to Doug Kempton in U.S. history class. (Center) Reba Easterday works on her shirt for her semester project in home economics. (Right) Ross Upston takes time out to blow a bubble while stud ing his history notes with Tim Caputo. 72(Top Left) LeAnn Selby and Brenda White wait for the signal from Kim Bennett to begin the race in physical education class. (Top Middle) While in English class, instructor. Mrs. Vilma Carlson, helps Rose Nagel find a word in the dictionary. (Top Right) Tim Caputo referees a wrestling match between Cary Parker and Kirk Adams in junior high P.F. (Above UTt) Joe Flynn thinks carefull) on how to diagram the sentence in Mr. Paul Sweet's eighth grade F.nglish class. (Aho c) Lillian LaFond and Brenda White come to Joe’s rescue and help him diagram the sentence. (Ix ft) Lorri Shaver. Audrey Fuson. Lisa O'Dell. Karen Fowler and Heidi Weaver take a rest after running the 100 sard dash in P.F. 73(Top Left) "Dr. Bob Carlson” tests his new scientific breakthrough. an inflammable synthetic nose, while waiting behind "Dr. Bob” is his assistant. Marty Nagel, who is going to test his second device, a pair of inflammable contact lenses. ( Pop Center) Debbie Stuart gazes astonishingly at a new-found discovery. (Top Right) Sharon Sellers mixes reds, blues, and greens together as she prepares to paint her pottery. (Center) Tim Jenkins and Bruce White work hard in their favorite class, study hall! (Right) Tracee Vincent passes up hot lunch for this tasty raw perch while in advanced biology class. 74(Top Left) Verli Stefan chuckles at the thought of having Angela Oriffith as her doctor. (Below) LeAnn Mattson pauses a minute while whipping up a masterpiece. (Lower Left) Putting the finishing touches in his work is Alan Hines in art class. (Lower Right) Patiently waiting for the water-filled flask to boil are "scientists" I)oug Saltzgaher. Tim Jenkins, and Marts Nagel in chemistry class. J 75Classes Experience Gained for the World of Work CO-OP: (Front) Traccc Vincent. Kollcne Kerschncr. Florinda Jenkins. Debbie VanHoose. Peggy Monroe. Penny brakes. Mike Nagel. Dr Ruth Snyder. Doug Kempton. (Middle) Rod Macorn-her. Robin Smith. Vickie Hampton. Donella Yates. Jeff Seekman. Jerry Eishcn. Mark Eberts. Hubert Kelly. Chris Barker. (Back) Jim Duckham. Dan Shaffer. Doug M-inniear. (Not Pictured) Doug Doolittle. Floyd Siegel. Don Spires, Steve Morley. Rick Mack. Mark Klingaman. Dale Hartley. Students who are a part of the Vocational and Cooperative Education programs, gain valuable experience for the world of work. The Co-op students are employed by businesses, where they learn about the various aspects of their job. Dr. Ruth Snyder, the Co-op coordinator, helps the students locate a job that they are most interested in and will derive the most benefits. Dr. Snyder also teaches the career preparation class. The Vo-ed students attend the Vocational Center at Battle Creek, where they learn the basics of everything from child care to industrial machines. All these skills help the students in their future quests for jobs. 76 Dr Rulh Snyder Co-op CoordinatorVO-ED: (Front) Bryan While. (Middle) John Davis. Doug Myers. Dan Warner. Bob Brown. John O'Dell. Pally Smilh. Debbie Olds. Jan Krumvede. Wanda Kilburn. (Back) Rodney Weller. Dawn Walkins. Julie Klingaman. Daryl Cummins. Lynett Carmickle. Mike Copeland. Robert Percival. Bill Wiescholek. (Not Pictured) Robert Persails. Deb Prue. Chris Barker CO-OP Barker Farms Doug Doolittle Chapman's Tractor Sales Jim Duckham Tekon Mark Eberts Supianowski Farms Jerry Eishen Eishen Farms Penny Frakes Dog'N Suds Vickie Hampton Sherwood-Hopps Pharmacy Dale Hartley Dutch Uncle Doughnuts Florinda Jenkins Elias Brothers Hubert Kelly Randall’s Beans Doug Kempton Marking Machine Kollene Kerschner Dog'N Suds Mark Klingaman Klingaman Farms Rick Mack Precision Engraving Rod Macomber Randall’s Beans Doug Minniear D P Antenna Peggy Monroe Burger Chef Steve Morley Tekon Mike Nagel Don Moor's Meats Jeff Seekman Vincent's Painting Dan Shaffer Randall’s Beans Floyd Siegel Keep Martinson Robin Smith Kentucky Fried Chicken Don Spires Elias Brothers Debbie VanHoose Brays I racee Vincent Sherwood-Hopps Pharmacy Donetta Yates Burger Chef VO-ED Bob Brown Industrial Machines Lynett Carmickle Pre-Press and Printing Mike Copeland Auto Body Daryl Cummins Auto Body John Davis Building Maintenance Wanda Kilburn Secretarial Julie Klingaman Commercial Art Jan Krumvede Cosmetology Doug Myers Carpentry John O'Dell Industrial Machines Deb Olds Commercial Art Robert Percival Ag. Mechanics Robert Persails AirCond. and Refg. Deb Prue Pre-Press and Printing Pattv Smith Child Care Dan Warner Carpentry Dawn Watkins Cosmetology Rod Weller Auto Body Bryan White Ag. Mechanics Bill Wiescholek Electronics 77Classes Staff Attends Workshop The 1978 journalism staff consisted of three seniors. six juniors and two sophomores, under the direction of Mrs. Sally Hammond. During the year, the staff put together the weekly school page in THE TEKONSHA IDEA, and created the 1979 INDIAN Yearbook. During the fall, the staff attended a yearbook workshop at Western Michigan University. The journalism staff takes time to pose for the photographer: Cheryl Doolittle. Doug Saltzgaber. Marie Waffle. Tim Jenkins. Rose Nagel, and Cindy Schafer. INDIAN Yearbook Co-Editors Tracee Vincent and Annette Brewer. JOURNALISM CLASS OFFICERS: Grouped around the pasteup desk are Mrs. Sally Hammond, advisor: Kathy Eberts. IDEA co-edilor: Carol Flynn. IDEA co-editor: Jack Woods. INDIAN yearbook business manager. 78ADMINISTRATIONAdministration The Leader The administration heads-up the school. They hire the teachers, approve expenditures, and make the school policies. The school board works hard to make sure each student can get the best education possible. Mr. Roger Carlson, the superintendent, makes sure that all school policies are followed. He makes sure the teachers are doing a good job and that the whole school program runs smoothly. Mr. Roger Carlson — Superintendent SCHOOL BOARD: (Standing) Ms. Noelle Johnson, secretary; lor. trustee; Mr. Donald Brewer, president; Mr. Donald Spires, Mr. Nelson Shedd. trustee. (Seated) Mr. Edwin Shumway, vice trustee, president. Mr. Harold Wiescholek, treasurer; Mr. Leroy Tay- 80Dr. Joseph Serra — Principal Dr. Joseph Serra has been principal at THS for six years. He is kept very busy with directing the whole high school program. His job is to make sure the students receive the best education possible and also that other activities are available for student participation. Mr. Robert Currie, the counselor, advises students on future plans and makes sure they select the right classes for their future. Along with being an advisor to the students. Mr. Currie is their friend as he helps with personal problems. 81 Mr Robert Currie CounselorAdministration Mrs. Mary Leatherbury. the superintendent's secretary, has a very busy job. She keeps high school office attendance records and takes care of internal accounts. Along with her many office duties. Mrs. Leatherbury assists students and the teachers. Mr. Arthur King, the business manager, is responsible for the financial activities of the school. He keeps a school budget, purchases supplies and balances accounts. Mrs. Mary Leatherbury Secretary 82 Mr. Arthur King Business ManagerFACULTYFaculty Three Newcomers Join Staff Three new teachers joined the high school faculty this year. They were Mr. Norman Taylor (A THS alumnus) in history. Miss Sally Culver in art. and Miss Bobbie Lautzenheiser in home economics. A teacher's work is never done. Besides the regular teaching day some of the things teachers must also do are correct papers, coach sports, chaperone dances, parties and also be class and club advisors. Mr. Norman Taylor Economics. U.S. and World History. Social Studies Mini Courses 84 Miss Sally Culver Art Miss Bobbie Lautzenheiser Home Economics. Health EducationMr. Roger Maples Science 7. 8. Chemistry. Introduction to Agriculture (Above) Teachers relax during their lunch break. Mr. Tony Bowling Biology. General Science. Advanced Biology. Inside MichiganMr. Robert Tyckoski Business Math. Math 8. Algebra. Advanced Math. Geometry (Ahmc) Mrs. Carlene Zollner discusses the subject of book reports with her reading class. Mr. Larry Stout Physical Education. Algebra Mr. Kevin McMullin Senior High. Junior High, and Elementary Band. Choir. Music Appreciation 86Miss Coleen Wendel Maih 7. General Math. Physical Education Faculty Mrs. Carlene Zollner Reading 7. Remedial Reading Mrs. Sally Hammond Business Careers. Advanced Typing and Office Machines. Accounting. Journalism. Typing I 87lure (Top) Athletic Director. Mr. Paul Sweet, is shown with his secretaries. Cindy Schafer and Kathy Eberts. (Above) Mrs. Vilma Carlson talks to Jack Woods and Melanie Doolittle about Spirit Week. Mr. Paul Sweet Business Math. English 8. 9 88Mr. Duane Richardson Social Studies 7, 8. Government Mrs. Karen Friend Librarian and Study Hall Supervisor (Above) Mr. Duane Richardson has a discussion with his social studies class. 89 Mr. Wayne Mason Junior High Shop. Shop I. Mechanical DrawingServices ELEMENTARY CUSTODIANS: Mr. Harry Gallup. Mrs. Linda Lambert. Mr. Lewis Jenkins. HIGH SCHOOL CUSTODIANS: Mr. Earl Samson. Mr. Reid Waffle. Mrs. Sharon Selby. COOKS: Mrs. Anita Waffle, Mrs. Gladys Pileri. Mrs. Marlene Remcke. Mrs. Lorene Yates. Mrs. Bonnie Rocco. Mrs. Sandy Snyder, Hot Lunch Line Cashier. (Not Pictured) Mrs. Tony Saltzgaber. BUS DRIVERS: (Back) Mrs. Sharon Poole. Mrs. Sharon Selby. Mr. Earl Samson, Mr. Lewis Jenkins. (Front) Mr. Warren Casebeer. Mr. Reid Waffle. (Not Pictured) Mrs. Mary Eberts. 90SENIORSROBERT ERVIN BROWN ROBERT ANDREW CARLSON ANNETTE MARIE BREWER (Above) The seniors’ float, “Tweety Sylvester," followed the theme, cartoons. Tlie slogan was "I taught I taw a Wildtat.” (Left) Jim Duckham works on his sewing project for home ec. class. Opposite Page: (Top) Members of the senior class express their spirit at the Spirit Day competition. (Center) Carol Flynn, Tracee Vincent, and Annette Brewer put off going to class by goofing off at their locker. 92Seniors JERRY JOSEPH EISHEN MARK ALLAN EBERTS CAROLANN FLYNN JEFFREY CHARLES FLYNN JAMESADUCKHAMDENISE MARIE KEMPTON Seniors Opposite Page: (Top) Debbie Van Hoose. Donetta Yates. Kollene Kerschner and Penny Frakes take time to talk between classes. (Middle) Vickie Hampton adjusts her graduation cap. This Page: (Above) Susan Jones works on an assignment. Left) Denise Kempton concentrates on her warm-up practice before class begins. JULIE ANN KLINGAMAN RODNEY b MACOMBER KOLLENE ANN KERSCHNER 95ROBERT CHARLES PERCIVAL Seniors (Above) THE 1979 SCHOLARSHIP AND GRANT AWARD WINNERS: (Front) Debbie Van Hoose. Donetta Yates, Carol Flynn, Annette Brewer, Susan Jones. (Back) Doug Doolittle, Robert Keifer, Jeff Flynn. Mark Eberts. (Left) Jeff Seekman gives helpful tips to Jerry Eishen on how to put his cap on. 96In Memory of Wade Patten June 17. 1961 — August 5, 1979 We, the graduating class of 1979. dedicate this space in our yearbook to the memory of Wade Patten. Wade was a close friend and playmate of ours. Together we grew up and each shared special moments with our friend. We shall never forget the cherished memories of our times together, and to Wade, we dedicate this space. mhhhhv - mm s v JULIE ANN RANDALL KIMBERLY SUE RAYDANIEL SHAFFER Seniors (Above) Julie Randall works on her project in art class. (Left) Jeff Flynn listens intently to a phone call in the high school office while working as an aide. (Not Pictured): Patrick Davis. Richard Mack DONALD SPIRES DANIEL SWEET DEBRA KAY VAN HOOSE TRACEE ANN VINCENT DAWN RENEE WATKINS BRYAN EUGENE WHITE (Above) "Dr. Scrub", alias Mr Duane Richardson; prepares for surgery! (Belem I eft) ACADEMIC AWARD WINNERS: Carol Flynn. Business: Jeff Flynn. Science. Mach, and DAR Good Citizenship; Debbie Van Moose. John Phillip Sousa Award. (Belon Right) OUTSTANDING VO-ED STUDENTS. Robert Percival, Agricultural Mechanics; Lyn-ette Carmickle. Commercial Art; Robert Brown. Industrial Machines. DONETTA SUE YATESSeniors Seniors Go to Kings Island The senior class of 1979 started their last year at THS September 5. 1978, at 8:20 a.m. Being top in the school, the seniors filled their days with fun, a little work, and mostly goofing off. The seniors first job was to choose class officers. They chose Mark Eberts, president; Vickie Hampton, vice president; Tracee Vincent, secretary and treasurer; Bryan White and Jeff Seekman, Student Council representatives. Homecoming came next. Mark Eberts and Annette Brewer were chosen as king and queen. Tracee Vincent, Jeff Seekman. Michelle Newhouse, and Dan Sweet were the senior attendants. The seniors annual candy sale was next with the seniors earning enough money to pay for their class trip. May 12, the junior class put on the prom at the Marshall Country Club for the seniors. May 16, the seniors spent their skip day at Cedar Park in Burlington soaking up some sun rays, and eating. May 25, was the last day for the seniors at THS. This was also the day for their class trip. At 2:00 p.m., 31 seniors boarded a Greyhound bus to Kings Island near Cincinnati. They returned home the following morning at 9:00 a.m. SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS AND ADVISORS: (Top) Tracee Vincent, secretary and treasurer; Jeff Seekman. Student Council; Vickie Hampton, vice president; Bryan White, Student Council; Miss Bobbi Lautzenheiser. advisor; Mark Eberts, president; (Left) Mr. Tony Bowling, advisor. 100SALUTATORIAN Susan Jones VALEDICTORIAN Jeff Flynn Ten Honor Students Named The class of 1979 had 10 students who received a B or better average throughout their high school years. The valedictorian who proved to be top in the class was Jeff Flynn and Susan Jones was salutatorian. The honor students helped present the commencement program. HONOR STUDENTS(Standing) Carol Flynn, Donetta Yates, Debbie Van Hoose, Denise Kempton. (Kneeling) Lynett Carmickle. Penny Frakes. Doug Doolittle. (Not Pictured) Robert Persails. 101Seniors Thirty-Seven Graduate On June 3, 1979, Tekonsha High School graduated 37 seniors to go out into the world and make lives of their own. The program began with the invocation given by Annette Brewer. Class president, Mark Eberts, welcomed the parents, relatives and friends to the long-awaited day for the seniors. Salutatorian, Susan Jones, gave her speech next followed by Donetta Yates giving the class motto, “Let The Good Times Roll.” The class history came next with Carol Flynn and Debbie Van Hoose reminiscing of earlier years. Next the Tekonsha High Schoo Band, under the direction of Mr. Kevin McMullin, played “Championship.” Lynett Carmickle and Denise Kempton gave the class wills. The class prophecy was given by Penny Frakes and Doug Doolittle. Once again music was heard from the band with “Superman,” and then Jeff Flynn, valedictorian, gave his speech. Principal, Dr. Joseph Serra, gave the recognition of senior awards. A special moment given by Michelle Newhouse was taken to remember a much missed and thought of classmate, Wade Patten. Mr. Tony Bowling and Miss Bobbi Lautzenheiser, class advisor, were recognized by Tracee Vincent. Superintendent, Mr. Roger Carlson, presented the class of 1979 and School Board President, Mr. Donald Brewer, gave out the long-awaited diplomas. Vickie Hampton closed the program by giving the benediction. Baccalaureate services were held June 1, in the high school gym. Rev. John Cail. Rev. Wayne Groat, and Rev. William Wilson were the speakers for the evening. Denise Kempton, senior class member, player her guitar and sang “Clean Before My Lord.” 102Opposite Page: (Top) Salutatorian, Susan Jones, shares her hopes and dreams for the future. (Middle) Donetta Yates helps a slightly nervous Mark Eberts tie his tie. (Bottom) Michelle Newhouse speaks on behalf of the class in remembering a classmate. Wade Patten. This Page: (Top I eft) Mark Eberts leads his classmates on their last walk before they go their separate ways in life. (Top Right) Penny Frakes and Doug Doolittle tell what they think the class of "79” will be doing in the years to come. (l eft) Valedictorian, Jeff Flynn, expresses his thoughts on the future. (Above) Robert Percival, Carol Flynn and Bob Brown share a moment together before the program begins. 103Seniors (Above Right) Denise Kempton and Lynett Carmickle read what the seniors have willed. (Above) The graduating class of 1979 stands for their diplomas. (Right) Vickie Hampton prepares to give the benediction. (Lower Right) Friends and relatives greet the seniors in the reception line. (Below) Debbie Van Hoose smiles as she accepts her rose from junior, Doug Saltzgaber. 104JUNIORSjuniors A Memorable Year Steven Ball Chris Barker The 1978-79 school year was a memorable one for those in the junior class. The memories ranged from the trifle things to the big bashes. The Prom, Homecoming and the magazine sales were some of the major events. Both the magazine sales and Homecoming started out the year, making it a very hectic few weeks. Kim Bennett Tim Caputo The class managed to raise about SI800 from the magazine sales. That money was used for the Prom, which Mas held at the Marshall Country Club. “Time Passages" was chosen for the theme. All during the year, many juniors were visiting colleges, choosing careers, and making decisions about their long awaited senior year. Ann Casebeer Rand Cole i Mike Copeland Daryl Cummins Jeannette Davis John Davis Melanie Doolittle Kathr n Eberts Jerome Flynn Marlene Friend Todd Henion Alan Hines Florinda Jenkins Tim Jenkins Tom Jolly Nancy Jones Jim Kelly 106Doug Kempton Mark Klingaman Jan Krumvede Bohhclte Lamb Carole Ludlow Mark Macomber 'j.: —v ' The junior class extended their winning streak, making another first place float for the fourth time. The float was titled "Speed-buggy” with the caption "Run’em over for a victory!” Doug Minmear Peggy Monroe Doug Myers Rose Nagel John O'Dell Debra Olds Debra Reincke Doug Saltzagaber Floyd Siegel Vicki Sisco Patty Smith Carla Strang Deb Stuart Ross Upston Mane Waffle 107Daniel Warner Kevin Webber Rodney Weller Bruce White Gary White Bill Wiescholek Myron Wolcott Jack Woods Not Pictured Dale Hartley Arron Kevwitch (Right) JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS AND ADVISORS: (Top) Kathryn Eberts, president; Carla Strang, secretary-treasurer; Ross Upston. vice-president. Mr. Paul Sweet, advisor; Mrs. Sally Hammond. advisor. (Below) The photographer catches the junior class in an “infrequent” moment of study! 108SOPHOMORESSophomores An Active Year The sophomores had an active year. On November 3. they sponsored the Sadie Hawkins Dance. Later in the year they sponsored the Spring Swing. Their booth at the Fall Festival was the basketball throw, and for a money-making project they sold pizzas. Their float. ‘“Underdog'', placed third in Homecoming competition. Brian Aldrich Mike Baker Tim Beam Debra Bennison Jill Blake Kathy Buys Eric Ciotla Cheryl Doolittle Robin Doolittle Scott Doolittle Reba Easterday Scott Eishen Shelly George Susan George Gary Goodrich Larry Griffith Ted Groholske Chris Hampton Melanie Johnson Teresa Kempton Cynthia Lafond Jerry l.angridge Bill Ludlow Jon Mack 110Cathy Olds Jane Olds Scott Randall Clinton Reincke Kim Reincke Cynthia Schafer Jane Shedd Todd Sherwood Jamie Sisco Anita Smith Matt Sn der Marla Strang Mark Summerficld Ciloria Tctreault Scott Waffle (Left) Susan George shows off her new track shoes to her sister Shell) and Todd Sherwood. Jill Blake, and Jane Shedd. IllSOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS AND ADVISORS: Mr. treasurer: Jill Blake, secretary: Scott Doolittle, president: Miss Larry Stout, advisor: Scott Waffle, vice president: Jane Shedd. Sally Culver, advisor. 112FRESHMENCinch Baker Viv Brown Sheila Davis Linda Fishen Cathy Flynn April Frakes Kevin George L. J. Gohcen Larry Goodrich Angela Griffith Mary Groholskc Karen Groth Michon Hampton Bobbie I lines Tony Jenkins Tim Katz Richard Kemp Tim Kemp Kevin Klingaman Rick Kostrzewski 1 R1 Ml Ml N CLASS 011 l I RS AND ADVISORS: Mr. Norman Taylor, advisor: MissColeen Wen-del. advisor: Verb Stefan, secretary-treasurer: David Sweet, vice-president: l.ynette Selby, president. 114 Pictured above is the freshman class Homecoming float "Popcye" with the slogan "Strong to the Finish." Freshmen Active First Year The freshman class had an active year in 1979. They participated in many high school activities including Homecoming, where they made their float "Popeye." They received second place in the Student Council's Spirit Day held on February 2, and their booth in the Fall Festival was the softball throw. After an exciting Indian basketball victory, the class of '82 also sponsored a victory Valentine’s Dance. Frank LaFond Brenda Lessman Jeanne Lindquist Sandy Ludlow LeAnn Mattson J udy Me A tee Nina Meiring Kim Myers Harold O’Dell Angela Ray. Wayne Ray Tom Reimer Cindy Sanders DeAnn Schafer Lynette Selby Sharon Sellers Christina Siegel Joyce Smith David Slayner Verb Stefan 115Greg Straub Dan Stuart David Sweet Nancy Thompson Scott Thornton Tom Upston Bill Van Moose LeAnn Waffle Mark Warner Russell Weimer Jim Wolf Mary Wcx)ds (Right) Linda Eishen poses for a picture in the hot lunch line. (Lower Right) Sharon Sellers works on algebra homework in the study hall. (Below) ‘The Three Musketeers” (David Sweet. Jim Wolf, and Scot Thornton) enjoy a laugh during noon hour. 116JUNIOR HIGHEighth Grade Dan Barker Melinda Barrington Brian Beam Todd Brown Angela Buys Russell Buys Leonard ('ail Doug Calhoun EricCappella Michele Caputo John Coffman Jim Copas Fred Doolittle Kevin Doolittle Joseph Flynn Tina Foote Chris Fowler Lee Friend Chris Granger Gordon Grinnell Randy Harrison Ricky Holbrook DeAnn Johnson Alan Kemp John King Dawn Klingaman Lillian LaFond Kathy Lessman Andy Lewis Laurie Mains Melanie McFadden Bill Michielsen Butch Neal Loren Phillips Scott Reincke Don Richar 118Rod Rocco Brenda Salyer Bill Spencer Caryn Stites Jeff Summerfield Mike Tulip Julie Waffle Martin Webber Brenda While Lorie While Kevin Wolcott David Wooden JUNIOR HIGH STUDENT COUNCIL: (Front) P k,Peavey. Todd Brown. Fred Dooliule. Shawn Tctreault. Butch b?eil. Lyn-netle Thompson. Advisor Mr. Duane Richardson. (Bfck) Loren Phillips, treasurer: Lori White, secretary: Michele Caputo. vice-president: Kathy Lessman. president. (Not Pictured) Advisor Mrs Carlene Zollner. 119Seventh Grade (Right) The junior high second place float shows “Roadrunner” with the saying “Leave'em in the Dust”. Diane Deevers Jill Doolittle Laura Duckett Duane Feltner Karen Fowler Sharon Fowler Audrey Fuson Tim Gnnnell Tom Grinnell Kenny Fiarrison Michelle Henion Dawn Holibaugh 120Curran Kemp Tracy Kempton Melissa Langridge Todd Long Jerry Me A tee Candy Moody Dale Myers Lisa O'Dell Gary Parker Pat Peavey Melissa Pullen Lisa Ray Blaine Reincke Kevin Reincke Robbie Reincke Dennis Richardson LeAnn Selbs Lorra Shaver Brandon Shilling Bob Slone Kevin Smith Mary Stites Shawn Tetreault Lynnette Thompson Howard Upston Kathy VanHoose Amber Warner Heidi Weaver Roger Wilson Ritchie Yates Sol Pictured Vcrn Prater 121 (Left) Mr. Kevin McMullin directs thejumor high band.junior High JUNIOR HIGH GIRLS BASKETBALL: (Front) Michele Caputo. Lillian LaFond. Lisa O'Dell. Jill Doolittle. Audrey Fuson. (Middle) Tina Foote. Sharon Fowler. Lisa Ray. LeAnn Selby. Kathy VanHoose. Missy Langridge. Diane Deevers. (Back) Lori White. Caryn Stites. Dori Richar. Brenda White. Carole Brewer. Mary Stites. Kathy Lessman. Chris Fowler. Coach Rinette Tycko-ski. Jl IOR HIGH BOVS BASKETBALL: (Front) Tracy Kempton. George Feltner. Billy Michielsen. Martin Webber. Leonard Cail. Dwayne Feltner. Ricky Holbrook. Jeff Summerfield, Brian Beam. Rod Rocco. Lee Friend. Kevin Wolcott. Howie Upston. Richie Fred Doolittle. Shawn Tetreault. Kevin Reincke. (Back) Manager Yates. Coach Norman Taylor. 122JUNIOR HIGH CONCERT BAND: (Front) Julie Waffle. Candy Moody. Christine Fowler. Michele Caputo, DeAnn Johnson. Melanie McFadden. Michelle Henion. (Second) Melissa Fan gridge. Tina F(X)te. Dawn Klingaman. Kathy VanHoose. Dan Barker. Randy Harrison. Shawn Tetreault. Carole Brewer. Lisa Ray. Tim Wright. (Third) Eric Cappella. Howard Upston. Roger Wilson. Rod Rocco. Martin Webber. Jill Doolittle. Brandon Shilling. Lee Friend. John Coffman. Amber Warner. (Back) Mr. Tim LaVasuer. Mr. Kevin McMullin. Directors. 123 JUNIOR HIGH MARCHING BAND AND MAJORETTES: (Middle Row) Lisa O’Dell. Don Richar. Sharon Fowler.JUNIOR HIGH FOOTBALL TEAM: (Front) Kuri Adams. Fred Doolittle. Dwayne Feltnr. Tony Ball. Jerry McAtee, Manager Brian Calhoun. Tracy Kempton. Shawn Tetreault. Russell Buys, Bobby Reincke. (Second) David Wooden. Todd Brown. Billy Burchfield. Ricky Holbrook. Blaine Reincke. Brandon Shilling. Pal Peavey. Brian Beam. Kenny Harrison. (Third) Kevin Reincke. Joseph Flynn. Lee Friend. Richie Vales, Doug Calhoun. Todd Long. Billy Michielsen. Scolt Reincke. (Back) Coach Norman Taylor. Leonard Cail. Mike Tulip. Sieve Bennett. Kevin Smilh. Eric Cappella. Bill Spencer. Kevin Reincke. (Not Pictured) Manager Jeff Calhoun. ii NIOR HIGH WRESTI I RS (Front) Billy Burchfield, Jeff Wolcott, Steve Bennett, Kevin Reincke, Mike Tulip. Assistant Summerfield. Doug Calhoun. Kurl Adams. Tim Wright, Marlin Coach Jerome Flynn. (Not Pictured) John C offman. Webber. Joseph Flynn. (Back) Leonard Cail. Eric Cappella. Kevin 124ELEMENTARYElementary Building Strong Foundations Principal. Mr. Ketih Clark heads a teaching staff of 17 in the Tekonsha Elementary School. The elementary teachers have the responsibility of building strong foundations for the future. They put in many long hours of preparation to meet the varied challenges they face. The elementary acquired two new teachers this year. Mrs. Judy Weatherly, and Mrs. Susan VanNortwick. teaching first and third grades respectively. Mr. Keith Clark. Principal (Abotc) Jim O'Dell, along with classmates. relax and enjoy reading in Mrs. Chrstine McLain's room. FACULTY AIDES: Mrs Belts Shank and Mrs Madelyn Upston: SECRETARY: Mrs. Marcedes Johnson 126Sixth Grade (From) l.on Beam. Scott Brown. Brent Cole. Linda Nagel. Brenda MichieKen. Patty Sizemore. Brent Runyon. David La Fond. (Middle) Kevin Vandy Bogurt. Jud Pritchard. Ronald Thomas. Brad Ray. John Samson. Ferry Slone. Jeff Calhoun. Tod Rocco. Alvin Snyder. Mrs Judy Jenkins. (Back) Kristy Bergerson. Sue Wooden. Kim ( asebeer. Michelle C'apella. Bohbi Turley. Kristin Eiberts. Lori Caputo. Nadine Goheen. (Front) Bobby Wolf. Kendra Clark. Sheri Poole. Shelly Myers. Shannon Swick. Dean Stayner. Jimmy O’Dell. Tim Kngiht.. (Middle) Roger Weimer. Lisa Stage. Danny Copeland. Roger Bennett. Martin Shaffer. Darcy Kevwitch. Pam Sizemore. Brad White. Carrie Devenney. Mr. Dwight Runyon. (Back) Veronica Barker. Donna Feltner. Patty Tetreault. Scott Long. Kendra Fberts. Lora Cole. Tracy Struwin. Jimmy Cole. 127Fifth Grade (From) Mike Hall. Eric Smotherman. Eddie Lewis. Arch Sanders. Donald Thomas. Ricky McDowell. Marty Hempton, Allen Cole. (Middle) Annette Powell. Steve Bennison. Mike Rafferty. Junior Smith. Joanna Lindquist. Larry Macomber. Diana Klingaman. Brian Saltzgaber. Steve King. Stephen Pulsipher. (Back) Lisa Caputo. Deanne Rocco. Anita Turley. Kip Reincke. LeAnn Peavy. Chris LaMee, Faithanne Petersen. Tim Arnett. Mrs. Christine McLain. (Front) Raymond Cook. Gina Bergerson. Robin Macomber. Pat Tulip. Dorothy Pritchard. David Foote. Lori Herman. Kristen Kempton. (Middle) Brenda Rafferty. Amy Jognson. Kathy Schweikert. Kurt Shilling. Toni Volstromer. Chris Phillips. David Stuart. Steven Slone. (Back) Scan Casey. Kim Buys. Michael Slone. Tim Fogel. Kyle Klingaman. Kevin Smotherman. Chris Katz. Brett Reincke. Mrs. Marian Sweet. (Not Pictured) Terry White. 128Fourth Grade (Front) Karen MeFadden. Linda Sizemore. Eddie Barker. Danny Chad Clark. Todd LaForge. Dedra Brown. (Back) Ronald War Turley. Dale Pullen. Larry Wilson. Tammy Cutchall. (Middle) sop. Brian Calhoun. Rainee Knight. Keri Eberts. Annette Katz. Donna Webber. Matt Smith. Samantha Snyder. Dawn Poole. Mike Davis. Richard Schondel. Tom Lewis. Miss Eileen Aldrich. (Front) Cheri Miller. Brian MeFadden. Carol Keifer. Missy Long. Robert Ludlow. Howard Olds. Bruce Warner. (Middle) Robbie Cook. Annette Meiring. Cindy Wilson. George Feltner. Stephanie Horton. Paulette Struwin. Merrianne LaFond. Elizabeth Pulsipher. Roger Straub. Mrs. Jeannette Randall. (Back) Christine Cappella. Bryan Stiebling. Danny Yates. Deidre Upston. Margaret Barker. Paul Stuart. Linda Brown. Mike Duckett. 129Third Grade (Front) Leslie Nagel. Jeanne Zook. Jeff Coffman. Anita Stage. Teresa Buys. Lance Wilson. Angel Middaigh. Tony Salyer. (Middle) Pal Shaver. Danny McDowell. Bobby Mams. Connie Seitler. Mindy Pulsipher. Kori Vand Bogurt. Randy Slone. Michael Kubling. (Back) Penny Warsop. Randy Schafer. Mary Turley. Frida Katz. Stephanie Deitz. Fred Mellville. Frank Norris. (Not Pictured) Mr. Harold Torrey. (Front) Missy Brown. Michele Hall. Tom Summerfield. Andy Morris. Jodi Long. Linda l.amee. Laura Selby. Joey Sisco. (Middle) Teresa Knight. Jeff Wright. Brad Runyon. Curt Herman. Scott Siegel. Julie Krumvede. Rick Doody. (Back) Michael Delmont. Tena Bartholomew. Bobby Brown. Brian Thomas. Holly Hunt. Theresa Griffith. Davey Fogel, Johnny Michielson. Mrs. Susan VanNortwick. 30Second Grade (Front) Gene Miller. Scott McFadden. Missy Doolittle. Corey Wooden. Allison Geer. Kim New land. Chris Cutchall. (Middle) Russell Olds. Amy Watson. Laura Wolf. Kelly Kempton. Andy Johnson. Loren Devenney. Tracy Wiljanen. (Back) Mrs. Alice Clark. Tammy Upston. Mark Katz. Richard Schweikert. Timmy Doody. Jennifer Crabbe. Michelle Coffman. Mickie Slone. Mrs. Becky Markham. (Front) Tammy Cole. Ted Russell. Bobby Beers. Robbie Schondel. Alisa Weller. Heidi Stage. (Middle) David Briegel. David Bennet. Billy Stites. Shelly Hopkins. Tracy Green. Scott Lamb. Mary Ran- dall. Missy Warner. (Back) Willie Morris. Lisa Kosier. Brian Fowler. Billy Adams. Shannon Horton. Jerry Michielsen. Mrs. Janet Johnson.First Grade (Front) Barbara Herman. Natalie Shaffer. Mike Woodman. Missy Cummings. Craig Clark. Toni Sheppard. Mark Coffman. Dorman Snyder. (Middle) Brian Deitz. Chris Adams. Shawn Thompson. Tanya Griffith. Joe Hinspeter. Kris Lambert. Shantel Middaugh. Doug Scherer. Mrs. Mary Watson. (Back) Mrs. Sue Ballinger (Student Teacher). Heather Coats. David Turley. Mike Rocco. Corey Reincke. Gary Parker. Mike Chcesemen. Loren Selby. (Front) Mike Woods. Paulette McDowell. Merlin Shaver. Lisa Smith. C had Sisco. Stacey Wilbur. Todd ('lark. (Middle) Eric Hil-debrant. Tara Russell. Dennis Foote. Scott Young. Amy Thomas. Laverne Norris. Debbie Reynolds. (Back) Tim Herman. Mike Shelton. Pat Peters. Tammy Walker. Tina Sechler. Becky Phillips. Angie Wallen. Mrs. Judy Weatherly. 132junior Primary (Front) Robbie Petersen. Toby Riddle. Shawn Crawford. (Back) Scott Stemaly. Bret Cook. Vlrv Mary Stout. (Not Pictured) Tim Milne. Kindergarten A.M. (Front) Jodi Beers. Jodi Scherer. Tonya Jarrell. Angela Leather-man. Laurie Shumway. F.lizabeth Hunter, Amy Weller. (.Middle) Travis Hall. Christina Zook. Tommy Begley. Judd Sanders. Tiffany Kempton. Tonya England. Richie Baker. Jess Hicsrodt. (Back) Nathan Kemp. Doug Turley. Aubrey Watkins. Nickie Stuart. Janue Crisp. Robert Horton. Melvin Kemp. Miss Merrie Knapp. 133Kindergarten P.M. (Front) Erica Combs. Jolynnda LaFond. Jason Crabbe. Jennifer Delmont, Shelley Langridge. (Middle) Aaron Imhof. Candyce Sharp. Tristina Upston. Kenny Shaffer. Amy Phillips. (Back) Chris Lance. Chad Thomas. Lonnie Rodgers. Robie Kilgore. Daniel Lambert. Miss Merrie Knapp. Teachers (Kneeling) Mrs. Judy Weatherly. Mrs. Beverly Bessler. Mrs. Janet Johnson. Mrs. Mary Watson, Mrs. Becky Markham. Mrs. Christine McLain. Miss Merrie Knapp. Mr. Dwight Runyon. (Standing) Mrs. Gail Gammons, Mrs. Marion Sweet. Mrs. Jeannette Randall. Miss Sally Culver. Mrs. Susan VanNortwick. Mr. Harold Torrey. Mrs. Judy Jenkins. (Not Pictured) Miss Eileen Aldrich. 134TAMMY FOWLER PHYSICAL FITNESS AWARD Donna Feltner. Martin Shaffer Award Winners SPELLING BEE WINNERS: Tish Tetreault, Brent Cole. Michelle Capella, Kristy Bergisten This year’s Tammy Fowler Physical Fitness Award went to Donna Feltner, and Martin Shaffer. The winners from the annual Spelling Bee were third place, Tish Tetreault, second place was a tie between Brent Cole and Michele Capella, and Kristy Bergisten took first place. Martin Shaffer, Veronica Barker and Roger Bennett won the Dick Spires Citizenship Award for their attitude towards school and their friends. DICK SPIRES CITIZENSHIP AWARD: Martin Shaffer, Veronica Barker. Roger Bennett. 135Safety Patrol SAFETY PATROL: (Front Row) Jeff Calhoun. Kevin Vandybogurt, Robin Macomber. Brent Cole. Jim O’Dell. Lon Herman. Mike Hall, Captain Shelly Myers. Captain Roger Bennett. Gina Bergerson, Kristen Kempton. Annette Powell. Arch Sanders. Ricky McDowell. (Second) Kurt Shilling. David LaFond. Brian Saltzgaber, Anita Turley. Dcanne Rocco, Sheni Poole. Kathy Schweikert. Amy Johnson. Carrie Devenney. Joanna Lindquist. Patnck Tulip. Steve Pulsipher. Sean Casey, Diana Klingaman. Lisa Caputo. Kendra Clark. Shannon Swick. (Top) Mr. Dwight Runyon. Linda Nagel, Failhanne Peterson. Veronica Barker, Alvin Snyder. Brad Ray, Lori Caputo, Nadine Goheen. Michelle Cappclla. Trish Tetreault. Tracy Struwin. Martin Shaffer. Scott Long, Donna Feltner. Chris LaMee. Tim Fogel. Chris Katz, Tom Smith. Kristy Bergerson. Sue Wooden. (Above) Andy Moms and Michele Hall hold up their art projects for the photographer. (Right) The first grade class works hard in their workbooks. 136ADVERTISERSPATRONS Dr. and Mrs. James E. Bailey Ron and Deanna Beam Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Bottoff Mr. and Mrs. Donald Brewer Mr. and Mrs. James Caputo Mr. and Mrs. Roger A. Carlson and Family Carmickle Real Estate Dr. and Mrs. F. J. Chase Mr. and Mrs. Keith Clark Mr. Terre Alan Coffman Dean T. Culver, M.D. Miss Sally Culver Vern and Mary Eberts James E. Fletcher, O.D. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Thomas Flynn John and Mary Ann Flynn Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Friend Theodore W. Hall, D.D.S. Mr. and Mrs. Harley Hammond Rick and Sally Hammond Dr. Robert W. Heidenreich, D.D.S. John E. Holmes, Esq. G. L. Howe, O.D. H. E. Humphrey, M.D. Miss Donna Hunsicker Mr. and Mrs. James Hunsicker Dr. and Mrs. Bruce L. Irving Mr. and Mrs. Gale Jenkins Mr. and Mrs. Joe Jenkins Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Johnson Noelle D. Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Kelly, Jr. Kelly and Stevens, Attorneys at Law Mr. and Mrs. Arthur King Raymond Kranz, D.D.S. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Krumvede Mr. and Mrs. Phil Kuhling Lew and Jean LaViolette Daryl and Mary Leatherbury Mr. and Mrs. Ray Lewis and Toni Ned and Irma Martinson Vern and Janice McAtee David McClaid, O.D. Kevin and Joy McMullin Mr. and Mrs. Paul Morley and Sons Robert Dane Persails Mr. and Mrs. Al Pileri Progressive Women's Club Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Randall Research Club Duane G. Richardson Mrs. Inez Rocho Jack and Bonnie Rocco The Norman Schafer Family Schroeder, DeGraw, Mathews and Kendall, P.C. Dr. and Mrs. Joseph R. Serra Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Shedd Sherwood Hopps Pharmacy Ruth A. Snyder Mr. and Mrs. James Stuart Paul and Marian Sweet Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Taylor Mr. and Mrs. Norman Taylor Donald Thomas Ronald Thomas Union City Veterinary Clinic The Uptgrafts Mr. and Mrs. Leon Van Hoose Mr. and Mrs. Donald Vincent Bob and Alice Waffle Mr. and Mrs. Reid Waffle N. J. Walton, M.D. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wiescholek and Sons Beulah M. Williams Mr. and Mrs. Robert Woods Mr. and Mrs. Donald Yates Bruce Young, O.D. Mr. and Mrs. George Zollner 138 E KON SH A ENGINEERING COMPANY Products tor the Recreational Vehicle Industry Compliments of RANDALL BEANS, INC. Tekonsha, Michigan TIM’S BODY SHOP Compliments of BILL'S BARBER SHOP Tekonsha, Michigan 21 1 Main Street Tekonsha, Michigan 139Compliments of JENKINS STANDARD Compliments of DAVE HAWLEY DISTRIBUTORS INC. Ph. 767 8517 Teltonsha, Michigan Distributors of Amoco Products Congratulations Seniors MAIN TAX AND ACCOUNT SERVICE 207 N. Main, Teltonsha Life and Health Insurance Howard and Mary Compliments of Compliments of PUTNAM FUNERAL HOME CLIFF’S SPORT GROCERY Teltonsha, Michigan Teltonsha, Michigan Compliments of MILLIMAN AGENCY INC PRECISION ENGRAVING CO. Steel Marking Tool Specialists 207 Main Street, Tekonsha, Michigan Business: 767 4422 Residence: 767-3316 128 Main St. Ron Johnson Tekonsha, Mich. 49092 (517)767-4188 140Compliments of Ken and Brenda Hill VILLAGE RESTAURANT 130 Main Street Tekonsha, Michigan Congratulations to the Class of 1979 From Bob and Alice Waffle Owners of LIMOUSIN CATTLE Congratulations Class of "79" DAIRY KING Ernie and Billie Waffle Ph. 767 4488 M-60 at 1-69, Tekonsha, Michigan Best of Luck to the Class of "79" CAREY'S GARAGE WRECKER SERVICE R 2 Box 262A Compliments of VINCENT'S PAINTING SERVICE Tekonsha, Michigan SHERWOODHOPPS PHARMACY Tekonsha, Michigan 49092 Phone: 767 3474 Family Prescription Center Emergency Phone: 767-3 196 or 767-4506 Compliments of MARKING MACHINE CO, I 14 Main Street Tekonsha, MichiganNEWT'S MARKET Jim and LuAnne Warkozeski 950 North Main Street, Tekonsha, Michigan Congratulations From the UNION CHURCH Tekonsha, Michigan TUFF-CAT Congratulations Seniors Tekonsha, Michigan FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 914 North Main Street Tekonsha, MichiganLumber and Building Materials Congratulations Seniors Congratulations to the Class of "79" From KEEP HORTON GRAIN MARTINSON CO. Phone 767 4179 4510 US-27 North, Route 1 Tekonsha, Michigan Tekonsha, Michigan G CD F3F=» CD F=t AT 1 CD l J BITZ CONSTRUCTION CO. q General Contractor 3061 l9» 2 Mile Road CQ p[jjp Tekonsha, Michigan Ph.(517)676-4217 . Leo Bitz, Owner Flame Sprayed Metal Carbide and Ceramic Coatings 103 Main Street Tekonsha, Michigan NEWLAND'S HEATING COOLING Gary Newland 136 North Main St. Tekonsha, Michigan Phone: 767-4242 143Compliments of GREEN HARDWARE More Than Just Nuts and Bolts Tom and Linda Bucholtz Telconsha, Michigan PRODUCTION CREDIT ASSOCIATION Nothing Is Impossible for Those Who Communicate. THE TEKONSHA IDEA COMMITTEE, INC. 828 N. Main St. Tekonsha, Michigan 767 4152 Bert Sheridan Tim Merker Doug Rogers First in Farm Credit Congratulations Class of ”79" Publisher of the Telconsha IDEA, a Weekly Newspaper. ALLAN D. MENDELSOHN, D.O. 101 Church Street Tekonsha, Michigan 49092 Congratulations Seniors Compliments of BOB KING EXCAVATING THORNTON'S SALES SERVICE Tekonsha, Michigan Snapper Riders and Mowers Lawn and Garden Equipment Wheel-Horse Phone: 767 4604 Tekonsha, Michigan 144Compliments of the 1978-1979 STUDENT COUNCIL Jack Woods, President Hubert Kelly, Vice President Ann Casebeer, Treasurer Debbie Stuart, Secretary Mrs. Vilma Carlson, Advisor Mr. Wayne Mason, Advisor Jeanne Lindquist, Representative Bill VanHoose, Representative Jeff Seekman, Representative Bryan White, Representative Susan Jones, Representative Annette Brewer, Parliamentarian Tim Jenkins, Representative Melanie Doolittle, Sergeant of Arms Deana Yates, Representative Bob Wiescholek, RepresentativeTEKON TRUCK PLAZA T K AUTOMOTIVE DIVISION Complete Parts and Service 146Congratulations Seniors of Tekonsha High Compliments of THE SOUTHERN MICHIGAN NATIONAL BANK Tekonsha Branch Phone 767-3313 Congratulations to the Seniors AMIDON REAL ESTATE BROOKSIDEAUTO COMPANY Bill and Florence Phone: 767-3541 207 N. Main Street Tekonsha, Michigan Floyd Worden — President Tom Dodson — Vice President Glen Newton — Sales Car Sales, Rental and Leasing Burlington, Michigan Phone: 765-2184 147Congratulations "Class of 1979" Good Luck in the Future BEAR'S DEN Bear and Jan Johnson GROHOLSKI REALTY INC. AREY HARDWARE 10105 M 60 West Burlington, Michigan Betty J. Groholski Phone Associate Broker (517)765-2112 Farms • Commercial • Residential Phone 765-2648 Burlington, Michigan 49029 General Hardware Bottled Gas — Pittsburgh Paints Where Your FarmComes First Best Wishes from K L GROCERY FaRm Bureau Phone: 765 2677 FARM BUREAU SERVICES, INC. Burlington, Michigan 49029 'Union City Phone 741-8921 148BRAY MOTOR SALES INC. Union City, Michigan Honesty and Fair Dealings for over 50 years now Phone:741-9711 741-5041 STEVE MATTHIES CHEVY TOWN USA 8480 M 60 East Union City, Michigan 49094 I Am as Close as Your Telephone Steve Matthies, Owner Bus. (517) 741 4861 New Used Cars Trucks (616)964 9037 Congratulations to the Class of "79" from DANCER'S FASHIONS of Union City, Michigan Don Knief DON KNIEF INSURANCE 215 N. Broadway Union City, Michigan Phone: 741 5861 John Heator MARV CARMAN CHRYSLER PLYMOUTH DODGE TRUCKS, INC. Hi-Way M-60 West Union City, Michigan 49094 Ma rv Carman Phone Tom Clark (517)741-4951 Bernie Bennett CITY BANK TRUST CO. "Working for You" Jackson Albion Homer Parma Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation PAT'S FLOWERS GIFTS 714 South Hillsdale Street Homer, Michigan U9 Best Wishes From MID-MICHIGAN TELEPHONE CORP. P.O.Box 188 Homer, Michigan 49245 mmt H6TAiu «ib. IP' ap« DON MOOR'S FARM FRESH MEATS, INC. Homer, Michigan Wholesale — Retail Phone 568-4141 MEADOW LANES RECREATION Route No. 1 Bar Homer, Ml 49245 and Sandwiches Mgr. Dick Lyon Ph. 568-3300 Xp" LOUIE'S ffc V7) BAKERY F i 144 W. Michigan J l ' Marshall, Michigan Phone:781-3542 Congratulations to the Class of 1979 MILLER AALBREGISE Men's and Boy's Clothing 112 West Michigan Marshall, Michigan Compliments of HARRISON HOUSE 212 W. Michigan Marshall, Michigan 49068 TWO-HOUR CLEANERS 155 West Michigan Avenue Marshall Michigan 150GOOD'S SALES SERVICE Allie Chalmers Farm Equipment Lawn and Garden Equipment Polaris Snowmobiles Arctic Cat Snowmobiles 7800 I5I 2 Mi. Rd., South Marshall, Ml Phone: 616 781-2617 Compliments of DAVID JEWELERS 142 West Michigan Avenue Marshall, Michigan 49068 David Jewelers Has Necklaces, Diamonds, Watches and Other Fine Jewelry, CARRINGTON PHARMACY Prescription Specialists 101 E. Michigan Marshall, Michigan Phone: 781 8351 RONAN KUNZL, INC. Marshall, Michigan 49068 CORNWELL'S TURKEY HOUSE "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 Closed from Thanksgiving to March I l5( 2 Mile Rd. and N Drive North Marshall, Michigan Compliments of LAUTENSLAGER- LIPSEY REDFIELD BROS. Your GE Appliance Dealer in Marshall O'Brien Paints and Hardware Marshall, Michigan 105 Redfield Plaza Marshall, Michigan Phone (616) 781 3948CALHOUN TRAVEL memkr agency All Travel Needs National — International Domenic Prigioniero 225 W. Michigan Ave. President Marshall, Michigan 49068 Phone: (616) 781-4284 Congratulations Graduates m. Enjoy Our New Drive-Thru Service 1260 West Michigan Marshall c0enn' FURNITURE CO. 872 East Michigan Avenue Marshall, Michigan 59068 Dan Stockel Phone Owner (616)7813224 CHAPMAN TRACTOR sales, INC. 1 IQUIPMIMT 1 Sales and Repairs Lawn Mowers ’Wheel Horse •Ski-Doo Snowmobiles Riding Tractor •McCulloch Chain Saws Phone 781-3951 Mon.-Fri. 8-5:30 Sat. 8-1 1003 W. Michigan Marshall Congratulations Seniors SARGENT'S FLOWERS 896 Capital Southwest Battle Creelc, Michigan 227 W. Michigan Marshall, Michigan TIDEY MOTOR SALES "A Fun Place to Buy a Car" Chevrolet — Oldsmobile Charlie Tidey and Joe Caron — Partners 1210 West Michigan Marshall, Michigan Phone: (616) 781 -5154 Compliments of BOSHEARS FORD SALES INC. 15081 W. Michigan Marshall, Michigan Phone (616) 781 3981 152Congratulations Seniors HAIRSTYLES BY FERRARI I 10 West Michigan Avenue Marshall, Michigan Phone:781-2243 Serving Calhoun County Since 1850 Casual Sportswear for the Family at Popular Prices. ( crmfiannf in Marshall Quality Merchandise at Reasonable Prices REDMAN'S PAINTS WALLPAPER 127 W. Michigan Marshall, Michigan Phone (616) 781 8366 We Burnish Copper Brass MORTON'S ANTIQUES Open Tues. — Sat. 12 AM to 5 PM Furniture — Brass — Copper — Lamps Herb and Ruth Morton 206 W. Michigan Ave. Marshall, Ml 49068 Bus. Phone Res. (616)781-9977 (616)7814684 Congratulations Class of "79" FOOD Where Shopping Is a Pleasure Coldwater — Marshall — Homer — Albion 153WOLVERINE MOTOR SUPPLY CO. See Us for Repair Parts for Autos., Trucks, and Agricultural Equipment 103 E. Marshall Marshall, Michigan Phone: (616) 781-2830 (§lbe '(Rotone tEratrel, 3)nc- YOUR COMPLETE TRAVEL AGENCY "OLDETOWNE PEOPLE HAVE MORE FUN!" Phone: (616) 781-5187 122 Redfield Plaza Marshall, Michigan 49068 Gambles HARDWARE APPLIANCES mOD€ o' DflV Ladies Ready to Wear of Marshall Serving You Is Our Pleasure D D WATER CARE SALES SERVICE FARM BUREAU INSURANCE GROUP Al Kramer Sr. C.L.U. 120 Redfield Plaza Marshall, Michigan 616 —781 2827 Larry Robinson 15299 Walters Drive Marshall, Michigan Ph:6l6 —781 8225 Compliments From FARM BUREAU INSURANCE Auto, Farm Owner, Home Owner, Mobile Home, Commercial and Life Carousel Brides-to-Be Are Special... and They Get Very Special Treatment! Visit Our Complete Bridal Shop, Every-Thing for a Perfect Wedding. Memories Can Last for Years. THE CAROUSEL Softeners and Filtrators Chuck O'Leary 41 7 E. Michigan Marshall 781 8151 Portraits by Ron Philbrick 62 Division St. Coldwater, Michigan For Appointment Phone 278-4893 154 COLDWATER DAILY REPORTER Read the REPORTER tor All the News An Invited Guest in 9,000 Homes Congratulations "Since 1877" 3rd Floor Sound Room Pioneer — Maranti 51 West Pearl Street 278 2318 34-36 W. Chicago St. Coldwater, Michigan 278 2664 Go to the LIONS' DEN Congratulations From For the Fashions You Want. It's a Whole Shop Devoted to Clothes for Young Men Only. JCK eieiit j€ou±o of Qumorub Coldwater. Michican 49036 - COMPLIMENTS OF - (|) QAoppPM-GtoCcfe « of Coldwater »HtM YOU’RE SCRATCHING FOB BUSINESS • CALL 279-97M or 27 L976S 57 South Monro $». Coldwotor, Mich. 49036 Compliments of Coldwater 19 West Chicago Street Coldwater, Michigan Phone (517)278 8822 I rotioff 3Cmifcrt» Coldwater, Michigan 155Wilbur —+-UQN TUBF Uf.- 4-8 South Monroe St. Coldwater, Michigan 49036 S+raight leg Plain Pockets ™ SHORT SON INC. 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Chicago St. Coldwater, Michigan 49036 Congratulations EAGLE PRINTING CO. 419 E. Chicago St. Coldwater, Michigan For the Finest Quality Books, Catalogs and Brochures Your Family Pharmacy UJILLIAOIS 4S HANCHETT ST COLDWATER MICHIGAN 49036 PRESCRIPTIONS CONVALESCENT AIDS PHONE 270 5631 EMERGENCY PHONE 278 ft73H Compliments ot LEUDDERS SHOE STORE Quality Footwear Since 1877 46 West Chicago Street Coldwater, Michigan T. L. O'Connell ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS We hope you have enjoyed looking through the 1979 yearbook. It it were not tor the support and guidance that our advisor, Mrs. Sally Hammond, gave us, this yearbook would not have been possible. Many thanks and our appreciation go to her. We also thank Mr. George Murphy, our photographer, tor the hundreds ot pictures taken and the many hours he spent at our activities. We thank Mr. Lee Zimmerman ot Taylor Publishing Company tor explaining details and showing us new ideas. Thanks go to the administration and taculty tor helping our picture days run smoother, and to Mrs. Mary Leatherbury tor making announcements tor us. We also thank our tellow yearbook staff members tor their hard work and extra hours out in to make this yearbook one ot the best. A very special thanks go to our faithful patrons and advertisers for their support and contributions. Thank you again for the help you have given us. Annette Brewer Tracee Vincent 1979 Yearbook Co-Editors 157Senior Activities ANNETTE BREWER .. Band — 1. 2. 3,4; Basketball — 1, 2, 3; Cabaret — I, 2. 3. 4; Cabaret Mistress of Ceremonies — 4; Cheerleading — 1,3, 4; Choir — I; Homecoming Queen 4; Journalism — 3. 4; Yearbook Co-Editor — 4; Mock Elections — Voted Biggest Flirt and Most Popular; Student Council — 2, 3. 4; Track — 2, 4; Varsity Club — 3. 4; KCC Scholarship. ROBERT BROWN . . . Band — I, 2; Football — I. 2. 3. 4; Baseball — 2, 3. 4; Mock Elections — Voted Easiest To Get Along With and Quietest; Wrestling — 4; Varsity Gub — 4; Vo-Ed — 3. 4; Outstanding Vo-Ed Award for Industrial Machines — 4. ROBERT CARLSON ... Band — I. 2, 3. 4; Baseball — 1,2; Basketball — 1.2,3,4; Basketball Honorable Mention All-League — 4; Basketball Most Improved — 3; Football I. 2. 3. 4; Football All-League — 4; Homecoming Court — 2; Mock Elections — Most Fashionable. Best Athlete. Best Musician; Track — I. 2. 3. 4; Academic All-League — 4 in Football and Basketball and Track; Varsity Club — 2, 3. 4; Co-Captain in Football and Basketball —4 LYNETT CARMICKLE ... Band — I, 2; Pep Band — I; Class Treasurer — 1; Student Council — 2; Vo-Ed — 3, 4; Honor Student — 4; Outstanding Vo-Ed Award for Printing — 4. PAT DAVIS ... Baseball — 2; Homecoming Court — 1. DOUG DOOLITTLE ... Band - 1, 2; Co-op — 4; Football — I, 2, 3. 4; Honor Student — 4; Varsity Club — 2, 3, 4; Vo-Ed — 3, 4; Michigan Competitive Scholarship. JIM DUCKHAM ... Basketball — 1; Football — 3.4; Cabaret — 4; Track — 3, 4; Co-op — 4. MARK EBERTS . . . Academic All-League — 4; Class President — 3, 4; Coop — 4; Football — I, 2, 3, 4; Football Honorable Mention — 3; Homecoming King — 4; Mock Elections — Biggest Flirt, Cutest, Most Popular — 4; Varsity Club — 3, 4; Michigan Competitive Scholarship. JERRY EISHEN ... Football — 1. 2. 3; Co-op —4; Vo-Ed —3. CAROL FLYNN ... Journalism — 4; IDEA Co-Editor — 4; Mock Elections — Most Likely to Succeed — 4; Track — 4; Honor Student — 4; Outstanding Business Student — 4; KCC, TEA Michigan Competitive Scholarships. JEFF FLYNN . . . Basketball — 3. 4; Academic All-League in Baseball — 4; Baseball — 3, 4; DAR Good Citizen Award — 4; Most Valuable Player in Baseball — 3; Football — 3, 4; Mock Elections — Most Likely to Succeed; Valedictorian — 4; Varsity Club — 3, 4; Class Vice President — 3; Program for the Gifted and Talented — 4; Math and Science Award — 4; Michigan Competitive Scholarship and Grant. PENNY FRAKES ... Basketball — I, 2; Cheerleading — 3. 4; Co-op — 4; Homecoming Court — 2; Mock Elections — Sweetest, Best Artist; Class Secretary — 1, 2; Track — 1. 3, 4; Most Improved in Track — I; Varsity Club — 2. 4; Vo-Ed — 3; Honor Student — 4. VICKIE HAMPTON ... Basketball — 1; Band — I; Choir — I; Co-op 4; Class Vice President — 4; Student Council — 1; Track — 3; Volleyball — 3; Journalism — 3; Yearbook Business Manager — 3. SUSAN JONES ... Choir —1.4; Drama — 1, 2, 3; Drama Club President — 2, 3; Foreign Exchange Student Germany — 2; Indian Singers — 2; KCC Extension Course — 4; Student Council — 4; Salu-tatonan — 4; Track — 2. 4; Program for Gifted and Talented — 4; Olivet College Scholarship; Michigan Competitive Grant. ROBERT KEIFER . . . Band — 1. 2. 3, 4; Basketball — I, 2; Drama Club — 1, 2; Stage Band Cabaret — 4; Track — 2, 4; Vo-Ed — 3. 4; KCC and Michigan Competitive Scholarships. HUBERT KELLY .. Band — 1. 2. 3, 4; Baseball — 1, 2, 3; Basketball — 1, 3; Football — I, 2, 3. 4; Student Council — 3; Co-op — 4: Track — I. 2, 3. 4; Student Council Vice President — 4; Varsity Club — 2,3.4. DENISE KEMPTON ... Cabaret — 2, 3; Choir — I, 2. 4; Indian Singers — 3; Drama — I, 2; Class Mock Elections — Easiest To Get Along With; Honor Student — 4. KOLLENE KERSCHNER ... Basketball — 1,2; Cabaret — 1, 2, 3, 4; Choir — 1; Co-op — 3,4; Student Council — 1. WANDA KILBURN ... Vo-Ed — 3,4. JULIE KLINGAMAN ... Vo-Ed — 3,4; Mock Elections — Best Artist. RICK MACK . . . Co-op — 4; Mock Elections — Best Artist. RODNEY MACOMBER ... Co-op — 4. STEVE MORLEY ... Vo-Ed — 3; Co-op — 4; Football — 1. 2, 3. 4; Baseball — 2; Track — 2; Wrestling — 4; Mock Elections — Always Late. MARTY NAGEL ... Baseball — 1. 2, 3, 4; Football — 3,4. Honorable Mention — 4; Varsity Club — 2, 3.4. MICHAEL NAGEL ... Baseball — 1. 2; Track — 3; Co-op — 4. MICHELLE NEWHOUSE .. . Basketball — 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball Captain — 4; Cheerleader — 1, 2, 3, 4; Majorette — 2, 3, 4; Homecoming Court — 1,4; SCAA 2nd All League Team — 4; Most Improved Basketball — 3; Cabaret I. 2, 3, 4; Vo-Ed — 3; Mock Elections Always Late, Best Athlete, Cutest. ROBERT PERCIVAL ... Vo-Ed 3, 4; Outstanding Vo-Ed Award for Agricultural Mechanics — 4. BOB PERSAILS ... Honor Student — 4; Vo-Ed — 3,4; Wrestling — 3. DEBORAH PRUE ... Vo-Ed — 3, 4; Choir —1,2; Indian Singers — 2. JULIE RANDALL ... Basketball — I, 2. 3; Mock Elections — Class Clown, Most Mischievous, Class Chatterbox. Choir — 4; Track — 3. KIM RAY. ..Choir— 1,2,3,4. JEFF SEEKMAN ... Baseball — 1; Coop — 4; Football — 1. 2. 3,4; Homecoming Court — 4; Mock Elections — Sweetest; Student Council — 4; Track — 1. 2. 3; Varsity Club — 3,4; Varsity Club President — 4; Vo-Ed — 3. DAN SHAFFER ... Vo-Ed — 3; Co-op — 4; Football — 1,2,3; Track — I. ROBIN SMITH ... Co-op — 4; Mock Elections — Quietest. DON SPIRES . . . Co-op —4. DAN SWEET ... Vo-Ed — 3; Football — 1, 2, 3; Basketball — 1, 2. 3; Track — I. 2, 3; Varsity Club — 3; Homecoming Court — 3, 4. DEBBIE VAN HOOSE ... Band — 1, 2. 4; Basketball — 1, 2; Cabaret — I, 2, 3.4; Class President — 2; Co-op — 4; Choir — 1; Mock Elections — Most Musical. Most Fashionable; Vo-Ed — 3; Student Council — 1; Honor Student — 4; John Philip Sousa Award — 4. TRACEE VINCENT ... Band — 1, 2. 3. 4; Choir — 1; Cabaret — 3,4; Cheerleading — 1, 2, 3, 4; Class Treasurer — 3, 4; Class Vice President — 2; Co-op — 4; Homecoming Court — 3. 4; Journalism Staff — 3, 4; Yearbook Co-Editor — 4; Majorette — I, 2. 3. 4; Head Majorette — 3, 4; Pep Band — 1; Student Council; Varsity Club — 3, 4; Varsity Club President — 4; Volleyball — 1, 2, 3. 4; Volleyball Co-Captain — 4. DAWN WATKINS .. . Vo-Ed — 3, 4; Volleyball — I. Bryan White — Baseball — 1; Football — 1, 2. 3. 4; Mock Elections — Class Chatterbox. Class Clown. Most Mischievous. Master of Ceremonies at Cabaret — 4; Student Council — 4; Varsity Club — 4; Vo-Ed —3,4. DON ETTA YATES .. . Band — 1. 2, 3, 4; Basketball — 1; Cabaret — 4; Co-op — 4; Journalism Staff — 3; Class Treasurer — 2; Volleyball — 2, 3. 4; Honor Student — 4. 158Our Special Friends • • • 159


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