Tekonsha High School - Indian Yearbook (Tekonsha, MI)

 - Class of 1981

Page 1 of 168


Tekonsha High School - Indian Yearbook (Tekonsha, MI) online yearbook collection, 1981 Edition, Cover

Page 6, 1981 Edition, Tekonsha High School - Indian Yearbook (Tekonsha, MI) online yearbook collectionPage 7, 1981 Edition, Tekonsha High School - Indian Yearbook (Tekonsha, MI) online yearbook collection
Pages 6 - 7

Page 10, 1981 Edition, Tekonsha High School - Indian Yearbook (Tekonsha, MI) online yearbook collectionPage 11, 1981 Edition, Tekonsha High School - Indian Yearbook (Tekonsha, MI) online yearbook collection
Pages 10 - 11

Page 14, 1981 Edition, Tekonsha High School - Indian Yearbook (Tekonsha, MI) online yearbook collectionPage 15, 1981 Edition, Tekonsha High School - Indian Yearbook (Tekonsha, MI) online yearbook collection
Pages 14 - 15

Page 8, 1981 Edition, Tekonsha High School - Indian Yearbook (Tekonsha, MI) online yearbook collectionPage 9, 1981 Edition, Tekonsha High School - Indian Yearbook (Tekonsha, MI) online yearbook collection
Pages 8 - 9
Page 12, 1981 Edition, Tekonsha High School - Indian Yearbook (Tekonsha, MI) online yearbook collectionPage 13, 1981 Edition, Tekonsha High School - Indian Yearbook (Tekonsha, MI) online yearbook collection
Pages 12 - 13
Page 16, 1981 Edition, Tekonsha High School - Indian Yearbook (Tekonsha, MI) online yearbook collectionPage 17, 1981 Edition, Tekonsha High School - Indian Yearbook (Tekonsha, MI) online yearbook collection
Pages 16 - 17

Text from Pages 1 - 168 of the 1981 volume:

THE 1981 INDIAN ROSE D. WARWICK HIGH SCHOOL TEKONSHA, MICHIGAN SPECIAL MEMORIES As you remember this past year, It brings to mind the special moments that occurred, Those special friendships and those great times we spent together. You can never forget the little things: Rushing to get to class on time; Catching a few words with a friend between classes; That last minute cramming for a test. Through it all, we grew with the fads, From Gloria Vanderbilts and Rock-N-Roll To cruising town on a long-awaited weekend. Remembering brings to mind those eventful Homecoming and Spirit Weeks Which through togetherness, proved our loyal school spirit. And who could forget the joy and the tears of experiencing The ultimate goal of graduation? Together we learned through our classes, our friends And through our experiences, And these special memories will guide us through our lifetimes. No one can take away the great times of the past; Like our friendships, The special events And our personal accomplishments. Through it all we will look back and realize that These are our special memories. By Cindy Schafer INDIAN Co-Editor2CONTENTS Opening 1 Activities 11 Athletics 25 Organizations 61 Classes 67 Administration 77 Faculty 81 Seniors 89 Juniors 103 Sophomores 107 Freshmen 111 Junior High 115 Elementary 123 Advertisers and Patrons 135 Acknowledgments 156 Senior Activities 157 Closing 158 INDIAN Staff 160 As you remember this past year, It brings to mind the special moments that occurred, Those special friendships and those great times we spent together. 345678Remembering brings to mind those eventful Homecoming and Spirit Weeks Which through togetherness, proved our loyal school spirit. And who could forget the joy and the tears of experiencing The ultimate goal of graduation?ficfa itteS(Top Left) Kathy Lessman and DeAnn Johnson cheer on the team during a time out. (Above) Brent Runyon shows his eating ability during the marshmallow eating contest, while Brad White and Todd Rocco hold the string. (Top Right) The varsity football team shows off their "sexy" legs during the Legs Contest. (Top Middle Right) The THS band marches for the Homecoming Parade. (Middle Right) Students at THS show their "New Wave” spirit. (Below Right) The J.V. and varsity football teams give a big smile for the fans along the street Opposite Page: (Top) The varsity football team charges through a victory sign. (Top Middle) Nancy and Andy Palik, Bronica White, Bubba Pritchard walk on the football field at halftime. (Middle) Todd Sherwood and Scott Waffle give Bob Wiescholek a congratulations kiss for receiving Homecoming King! (Bottom) The cheerleaders get the football team fired up during the pep rally. 12Homecoming Event Brings Week of Festivities The class of “82” sponsored this year’s Homecoming. The King Bob Wiescholek and Queen Susan George were chosen by the student body and faculty. They were announced on October 3, to reign over the Homecoming festivities. Throughout the fun and event-filled week, the various traditional events took place. On October 8, the cheerleaders sponsored the annual snake dance and bonfire where they held a pie eating contest for the Homecoming court. The sophomore attendants won the contest. The day that everyone had waited for was October 10. During the day, the pep rally was held in the gym. There was a legs contest for the varsity football players. The student body decided that Todd Sherwood’s legs were the best looking! Also during the pep rally, a marshmallow eating contest was held for all the classes. The seniors won that contest with Scott Waffle downing the marshmallows the fastest. The parade followed afterwards, traveling down Main Street, ending at the school. The senior girls battled the junior girls in a powder puff football game, with the juniors coming out on top 6 to 0. At the game, a half time show featured class floats, the king and queen, and their court. The junior class took first place in the float competition. The Indians lost a rough game to Camden-Frontier 43 to 3. Following the game, the king and queen were formally crowned at the dance by 1969-70 Homecoming King and Queen Andy and Nancy Palik. The theme of the dance was “Sailing.” 13Homecoming Susan and Bob Reign Over THS The 1981 Homecoming Queen Susan George and King Bob Wiescholek. Senior attendant, Robin Doolittle, Senior attendant, Shelly George, and Senior attendant, Gloria Tetreault, and and escort, Scott Waffle. escort, Ralf Zeitler. escort, Todd Sherwood. 14Junior attendant, Mary Groholske. Sophomore attendant, Michelle Caputo, Freshman attendant, Candy Moody, and and escort, Kevin Klingaman. and escort, Brian Beam. escort. Jerry McAtee. Eighth grade attendant. Tish Tetreault, and escort. Brent Cole. Seventh grade attendant, Lori Herman, and escort, Tim Fogel. 15Spirit Day Building Spirit The Student Council, once again, sponsored Spirit Day. This was the third consecutive year that it has been held. Through the week, there was decorating of windows and dress up days. Friday was competition day between the classes in the gym. Some of the events included the wheelbarrow race, ping pong, egg on a spoon race, and building a pyramid. The sophomore class took first place with the seniors coming in second, and the juniors taking third place. (Top Right) The sophomores are shown here winning the pyramid building competition in 15 seconds. (Middle Left) The seniors and juniors compete against each other in the inchworm race. (Above) Frank LaFond and Toni Reimer are winning this event for the junior class by making 48 words out of the word, “juxtaposition.” (Left) Sophomores, Gordon Grinnell and Lori White, are shown here trying to beat seniors. Jamie Sisco and Ralph Zeitler, in the doubles ping pong tournament. 16CAST: (Front) Victor Velasco (Sean Caaey), Mother (Linda cishen), delivery man (Jimmy O'Dell), Corie Bratter (Amber Warner). (Back) Telephone man (Tom Upaton), Director — Mrs. Carlene Zollner, Paul Bratter (Bob Wiescholek). Spring Play ‘Barefoot in the Park’ Mrs. Carlene Zollner directed another hit play, “Barefoot in the Park,” on March 12, and 13. Both nights had extremely good attendance. All actors put forth good performances both nights. Cast members, stage crew, make-up artists and set designers worked for two months perfecting every detail for the big nights. The play evolved around a newlywed couple who lived in New York City and were just starting their life together. With the help of an upstairs neighbor and a mother, they began to run into many problems. This year’s Drama award went to Bob Wiescholek. (Above) Paul finds it difficult to sleep when the broken skylight allows the snow to fall on him. (Top Left) Lori Washburn outlines Bob Wiescholek's eyes before a performance. (Below Left) Victor Velasco explains his hors d'oeuvre recipe. (Left) Disappointed about Paul's plans for the evening, Corie listens to his explanation. 17Cabaret ‘The Greatest Show on Earth’ The 1980-81 Student Council presented the annual Cabaret on March 21, to a packed gym. Mistress and master of ceremonies, Gloria Tetreault and Bob Wiescholek, dressed to fit the theme, “Circus," entitled "The Greatest Show on Earth.” The Student Council made $700 from the tickets sold and the refreshments served during intermissions. Much time and effort was put into the Cabaret by the Student Council members, and their advisor, Mrs. Vilma Carlson, to put on a successful show. This Page: (Top) Master and Mistress of ceremonies, Bob Wiescholek and Gloria Tetreault sing the title song, "Cabaret." (Right) Cindy Schafer shows her talents at both playing the piano and singing, performing "The Rose." (Above) The stage band is shown playing one of the many songs they performed throughout the evening. Opposite Page: (Top Left) Disguised as pillow people are Joanna Lindquist and Buffie Groholski doing a dance to "The Hokey Pokey." (Top Right) Terri Kempton stuns the crowd with her fine singing talents with the song, "I Honestly Love You." (Bottom Right) Mickey Mouse, alias Laurie Duckett, brings out the youth in the crowd singing "The Mickey Mouse Song" and "When You Wish Upon a Star." (Bottom Left) A surprise guest. Shawn Tetreault, dressed as a bear escapes from his cage to entertain the audience.Cabaret and More Acts to Come ... (Right) Bob Wiescholek can't seem to see his teen angel.’’ Jaimie Sisco, as he is mourning over her death in a comedy skit. (Below) Shelly George. Jaimie Sisco. Susan George, and Jane Shedd perform a hat dance to "All That Jazz (Bottom) Sr. high majorettes Sharon Fowler. Toni Reimer. Susan George, and Lynette Selby are in a marionette routine to fit this year's theme 20(Top Left) Lorie White sings “Looking through the Eyes of Love," the theme from Ice Castles. (Top Right) Sean Casey entertains the audience between acts. (Lower Left) Nadine Goheen does a baton routine to "In the Navy." (Lower Right) Jeff Coffman, a young inspiring musician, entertains the crowd with the sounds of today. 21Prom and Banquet Mrs. Warwick, Mrs. Converse, Honored Guests Mrs. Jean Converse and her mother, Mrs. Rose D. Warwick (former THS principal), were honored guests at the 1981 Prom and Banquet. Approximately 110 people attended this year’s Prom and Banquet which was held May 23, at the Marshall Country Club. The junior class chose “Yesterday” as this year’s theme and music was provided by Kaleidoscope. (Top) Speaker, Mrs. Jean Converse, talks about the years her mother, (seated) Mrs. Rose D. Warwick, was principal at Tekonsha High School (Above) Junior class president, Nancy Thompson, introduces honored guests. (Right) Senior class president, Melanie Johnson, thanks honored guests and the junior class. 22(Left) Couples visit during the banquet. (Middle Left) Couples dance to the music by Kaleidoscope. (Below) The 1981 Prom cake was made and donated by Mrs. Gladys Pileri. (Bottom) Couples stand in line to receive their meal. 23Prom and Banquet (Right) Melanie Johnson cuts the cake while her date, Tom Upston, and DeAnn Schafer observe. (Middle Left) Students dance to the music provided by Kaleidoscope. (Middle Right) Brothers Bill and Bob Wiescholek seem to have the same taste in music as they dance with their dates, Kim Myers and Kathy Lessmann. (Bottom Left) Lynette Selby and her escort. Doug Kempton, enjoy another slow dance together. (Bottom Right) Scott Randall and Jill Blake get everyone in the mood to dance. 24Varsity Football Another Winner for THS The 1980 varsity football team achieved THS’s second consecutive winning season since 1966. The Indians finished with a five win, four loss record and tied for second place in the SCAA. The team also finished second in the Enquirer and News area Class D rankings. The season had a slow start as the gridders were shut out their first three games. With a little more work, they came back to win five of their last six games. Three of those five were shutouts. The Indians managed to beat ever-tough North Adams 9 to 0 this season which THS hasn't done since 1964. When the playoffs came around, Tek-onsha and North Adams met agin and the Indians beat the Rams once more 14 to 6. Five seniors received post season honors in football. Bob Wiescholek received All-Conference, All-Area and All-State Honorable Mention, for his positions of offensive center and defensive tackle. Todd Sherwood was selected for All-Conference and All-Area, for performance at quarterback and linebacker. Ralf Zeitler, German exchange student, received All-Conference and All-Area for his kicking talents. Scott Doolittle and Scott Waffle both received All-Conference Honorable Mention. They also were chosen for All-Area Honorable Mention, and All-Area First Team Offense, respectively, for their performances as two-way linemen. All in all, the season was satisfactory, as the team placed well in the conference and gave THS another winning record. SHA VARSITY BALL SCORES Centreville Howe Military (1 OT) Waldron Litchfield North Adams Frontier ford e Playoffs rth Adams ak OPP 24 8 19 0 0 43 7 6 0 26 Shown right are Co-Captains Todd Sherwood and Bob Weischo-lek.VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM (Back) Coach Robert Tyckoski. Tim Katz, Tony Jenkins, Todd Sherwood, Scott Waffle, Kevin Klingaman. Bob Wiescholek. Brian Aldrich, Assistant Coach Reid Waffle. (Front) Mark Warner. Ralf Zeitler, Leonard Cail, Eric Cappella. Scot Thornton. Scott Doolittle, Scott Reincke, Tim Beam. (Not Pictured) Mgrs. Kurt Shilling, Jimmy O’Dell. (Left) Indian defender, Scott Reincke, (32) attempts pass coverage on a Camden-Frontier receiver. (Above) Linebacker. Scot Thornton, (89) approaches a Redskin running back for the tackle. 27Varsity Football Homecoming Loss Is No Setback (Right) Scott Reincke (32) escapes the grasp of a Redskin opponent during the Homecoming game. (Below) Tight end, Scott Waffle (81). gets the pass, but doesn’t run far. (Middle Right) Tony Jenkins (7) makes a good solo tackle on his opponent. (Bottom) Tekonsha’s defense goes into action to stop Camden-Frontier’s offensive attack. 28SENIORS: (Back) Todd Sherwood. Scott Waffle. Brian Aid-rich. Bob Wiescholek. (Front) Tim Beam. Ralf Zeitler. Scott Doolittle. (Top) Scott Doolittle (71) and L. Jay Goheen (64) put the crunch on a Redskin back as Kevin Klingaman (67) comes in for the assist. 29Team Has Off Season J.V. Football Have you ever heard the term "an off day"? Well, the junior varsity football team seemed to have an off season this year, winning only one game. However, they scored in every game except one, but still could not seem to overcome their rivals. Their season record was one win and five losses, while in league play they were one and four. Even though the team consisted of 13 sophomores and 9 freshmen, their overall size of players along with the fact that a few key players were moved up to varsity, were the determining factors for their off season. (Right) Kevin Reincke (left) and Tony Ball (right) are tackling a Waldron player while Lee Friend (31), David Wooden (63) and Todd Brown (55) hurry to assist. (Below) Lee Friend (31) is shown being tackled when running with the ball while Todd Long (70) and Rod Rocco (80) are attempting to defend him. (Lower Right) Butch Neal (22) is shown catching the ball while attempting to avoid being tackled. 30JUNIOR VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM: (Back) Coach Norman Taylor, Todd Brown. Jeff Summerfield, Randy Harrison. Andy Lewis. Richie Yates. Lee Friend. Kevin Reincke. Todd Long. Bill Michielsen, Assistant Coach Curt Shaffer. (Front) Manager Chad Thomas. Tony Ball. John Cole. Bill Burchfield. Fred Doolittle, Butch Neal. David Wooden, Dwayne Feltner. Tracy Kemp-ton. Shawn Tetreault. Kenny Harrison. Manager Kenny Shaffer. (Not Pictured) Rod Rocco, Tim Wright. Tim Cole. JUNIOR VARSITY FOOTBALL SCORES THS 0 Centreville OPP 28 6 Waldron -34 22 Litchfield 12 6 Pittsford 32 8 Waldron 42 6 Pittsford 20 (Middle) Butch Neal makes a diving effort to bring down a Waldron guy while Lee Friend (31), David Wooden (63) assist him. (Left) Butch Neal (22) pulls down a Waldron ball carrier while Bill Michielsen (82) dashes to help. 31Varsity Basketball Team Attains Most Seasonal Wins This year’s varsity team came one game from sharing the SCAA championship by losing to North Adams in last game of the season. They ended the season with a 16-5 record overall. Ted Groholske and Tony Jenkins made the All-League First Team, and Scott Waffle made the Second Team. The only individual record that was broken was the assist record. This record was set by Tony Jenkins with 89 assists, which was held by Tim Carlson with 75. Scott Waffle and Tony Jenkins were picked by the Coldwater Daily Reporter for the All Area Team. Tony Jenkins also was picked for the Battle Creek Enquirer News All Area Team. VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM: (Back) Coach Larry Stout, Kevin George, Scot Thornton, Manager Brent Runyon, Dave Tony Jenkins, Tim Katz, Scott Waffle, Ted Groholske, Kevin Sweet, Mark Summerfield, Mark Warner. Klingaman, Dave Sweet, Todd Sherwood. (Front) Frank LaFond, 32 VARSITY BASKETBALL SCORES THS OPP. 38 Centreville 47 71 Colon 47 41 Mendon 34 52 Camden-Frontier 36 45 Howe Military 32 74 Waldron 44 56 Athens 58 63 Climax-Scotts 41 61 Colon 55 68 Pittsford 51 61 Camden-Frontier 43 45 Litchfield 30 67 Jonesville 54 46 North Adams 54 63 Burr Oak 38 52 Waldron 28 57 Pittsford 48 48 Litchfield 43 55 Burr Oak 42 47 North Adams 52 Districts 51 Mendon 84 Opposite Page: Todd Sherwood goes high as he tries to lay the ball above the rim. This Page: (Top) Scott Waffle (52) eyes the basket as Ted Groholske (24) moves in for rebounding position. (Top Left) Dave Sweet (42) goes up for a sure two points. 33(Top) Scott Waffle (52) powers his way up as a Pittsford player attempts to get a piece of the ball. (Top Right) Tony Jenkins (32) lays the ball up as a Pittsford defender tries to stop him. (Above) Tony Jenkins (32) sizes up the defensive situation. (Right) Ted Groholske (24) goes high as he brings down the ball. 34Varsity Basketball Team Has Good Year (Left) Ted Groholske (24) goes up high to snuff a Litchfield player. (Below) Todd Sherwood (30) attempts to lay the ball in as a Pittsford defender tries to block his shot. SENIORS: Ted Groholske, Mark Summerfield, Todd Sherwood, Scott Waffle. 35J.V. Basketball J.V.’s Have 500 Season The J.V. basketball team wound up playing an even 500 ball this year. In league play, their record was 5-5, and they were 9-9 overall. The top scorer was Lee Friend with 168 overall points, and Rod Rocco had 162 points and was high rebounder with 213. Rod had the most assists with 23 while Brian Beam held the steals with 41 all season. (Top) Leonard Cail (50) shoots for a basket while Lee Friend (30) and Scot Reincke (34) look on. (Below) Lee Friend (30) jumps up for a basket, while Rod Rocco (32) gets ready for a rebound. 36Top Left) Tod Rocco (32) goes up for a rebound. (Top Right) Scott Reincke (34) fights off the defensive player. (Left) JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL PLAYERS: (Back) Coach Tony Bowling. Scot Brown. Vern Prater. Eric Cappella. Lee Friend. Rod Rocco. Ritchie Yates, Howie Upston. Manager Marty Farber. (Middle) Martin Webber, Kenny Harrison, Brian Beam, Scott Reincke, Todd Brown. Jeff Summerfield, Leonard Cail. (Front) Fred Doolittle. Scott Mendelsohn, Tracy Kempton, Butch Neal, Shawn Tetreault, Jerry McAtte. 37Track Strong Showing By Individuals The boys' track team improved dramatically during the 1981 season. Despite not winning any dual meets, the team moved past Pittsford in the league meet to tie for fourth place overall. School records fell in three events. Ted Groholske set a new high jump record while exchange student, Ralf Zeitler, set both the mile and two-mile record. Rod Rocco and Ralf were both two-event champions in the SCAA conference meet. SENIOR TRACK MEMBERS: Ted Groholske. Scott Doolittle. Bob Wiescholek, Ralf Zeitler. Scott Waffle. THS 40 44 5 73' ,5 TRACK SCORES Athens White igeon OPP- 91 f 79 mi :l eiiev 80 Waldron 79 Camden 100 34 V2 Litchfield 113 i jK Pittsford 8 68 87 Regionals — Fifteenth Place SCAA — Fourth PI; S3 38TRACK TEAM: (Back) David Wooden. Scott Mendelsohn, Leonard Cail. Scott Doolittle. Ritch Yates. Rod Rocco. Frank LaFond. (Middle) Scott Reincke. Martin Webber. Dave Sweet. Ted Groholske. Scott Waffle. Ralf Zeitler. Marty Farber. (Front) Coach Robert Currie. Bob Wiescholek. Eric Cappella. Tony Ball. Opposite Page: (Top) Scott Reincke clears the hurdle. (Middle Left) Coach Robert Currie carries hurdles off the track. (Middle Right) Jumper Dave Sweet shows his form in the long jump. (Bottom) Ted Groholske comes in at first at the finish line. This Page: (Top Left) Rod Rocco shows he’s giving it his all. (Top Right) Relayers Dave Sweet and Leonard Cail hand off the baton. (Above) Ted Groholske clears the high jump with ease. 39VARSITY BASEBALL TEAM: (Back) Coach Larry Stout, Tony Brent Runyon, Tim Beam, Scot Thornton, Todd Brown, Butch Jenkins. Dave Sweet. Scott Wattle, Todd Sherwood, Mark Neal. Manager Brad White. Warner. Harold Kemp, Kevin George. (Kneeling) Manager The 1981 baseball team, coached by Mr. Larry Stout, had a good year by accumulating 16 wins and only 8 losses. During the season, the Indians won the Tekonsha Invitational for the third year in a row, by defeating Burr Oak 12 to 0, and going on to beat Homer in the championship game 11 to 10. The team won the pre-district game against St. Philip 6 to 3, but lost the next game to Athens 9 to 1. The Indians placed second in the league with a record of 8 wins and 2 losses. The junior varsity also had a successful season, under the direction of Coach Norman Taylor. They compiled 4 wins and only one loss. Baseball Varsity Takes Second Place. Todd Brown waits for a pitch. 40(Top Left) Scott Waffle awaits a pitch. (Top Right) Kevin George slides home in an attempt to beat the throw to home. (Middle Left) Coach Larry Stout looks on as Manager Brent Runyon and Kevin Doolittle keep score. (Above) Todd Sherwood is greeted at the plate after hitting a home run (Left) Dave Sweet tags a man out at the plate. 41Baseball Four Named All League Four players were named to the All-League Team which included: Tim Beam, pitcher; Todd Sherwood, outfielder; Scott Waffle, and Tony Jenkins, infielders. Scott Waffle earned the Highest Batting Average trophy by batting .339. Tim Beam was voted Most Valuable Player. SENIOR PLAYERS: Tim Beam, Todd Sherwood. Scott Waffle. Varsity Baseball Scores THS OPP. 5 Athens 13 13 Burr Oak 3 7 Climax 9 jl Camden Frontier 4 13 Camden Frontier 0 6 Colon Colon 8 8 7 4 Homer 5 5 Homer 4 14 Litchfield 2 16 Litchfield 1 5 Waldron 0 2 Waldron 7 8 Springport 3 6 Pittsford 3 3 Pittsford 1 11 Homer 10 12 Burr Oak 0 15 Concord 5 8 Springport 3 1 North Adams 2 3 North Adams 3 9 6 1 St. Philip Athens (Right) Scott Waffle holds a man on first. 42JUNIOR VARSITY BASEBALL TEAM: (Back) Manager Danny Taylor. (Front) Kevin Doolittle. Brian Beam. Tracy Kempton. Yates. Martin Webber. Scott Reincke, Lee Friend, Howard Fred Doolittle. Shawn Tetreault. Gordon Grinned. Upston, Ritchie Yates, Jeff Summerfield. Coach Norman J.V. BASEBALL SCORES THS opp. 6 Colon 12 7 Union City 6 8 Springport 0 13 Burr Oak 4 12 Springport 4 T "A. 43 (Left) Scott Reincke winds up as he delivers the ball.Cheerleading Girls Cheer to a Winning Season The 1980-81 cheerleading squads had a good season cheering the boys varsity basketball team on to a 16-5 seasonal record. The girls were busy this year putting on pep rallies, dances, and decorating the halls for tournaments. The girls also had a cake raffle at all of the home games. The last game, each one of the cheerleaders made a cake or cookies. The cheerleaders raffled them off at both the junior varsity and varsity halftime. (Right Top) The varsity cheerleaders and mascot, Joe Hlnspeter do a cheer during a timeout. (Middle) VARSITY FOOTBALL CHEERLEADERS: (Front) Shelly George, Verli Stefan, Gloria Tetreault, Susan George (asst, captain) Lynette Selby, Jane Shedd (captain), Toni Reimer. (Below) JUNIOR VARSITY FOOTBALL: (Back) Kathy Lessman, DeAnn Johnson, Melanie McFadden. (Middle) Michelle Henion, Diane Deevers. Sharon Fowler. (Bottom) Michele Caputo. Lisa Burrow, Caryn Stites, and Lisa O’Dell. (Below Right) Susan George and Jane Shedd are getting ready to take a BIG bite out of the cakes at the cake raffle. 44VARSITY CHEERLEADERS: (Back) Shelly Goerge, Verli Stefan. (Middle) Lynette Selby, Jane Shedd (captain), Toni Reimer. (Bottom) Gloria Tetreault, Susan George (asst, captain). CHEERLEADING ADVISOR, Mrs. Betty Shank. SENIORS: (Front) Shelly George, JUNIOR VARSITY CHEERLEADERS: (Back) Sharon Fowler. Angela Ray, DeAnn Susan George (asst, captain), Gloria Johnson. (Middle) Michele Caputo, Michelle Henion, Lisa O'Dell. (Front) Melanie Tetreault, Jane Shedd (captain). McFadden, Caryn Stites, Kathy Lessman, Lisa Burrows. Diane Deevers. 45VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM: (Bottom) Shelly George. (Second) Verli Stefan. (Third) Nancy Thompson. (Fourth) Nina Meiring. (Top) Manager Sue Ann Wooden. Susan George. Jane Shedd. Coach Tony Bowling. Kim Reincke. Lynette Selby, and Manager Donna Feltner. (Above) Susan George (30) drives hard to the bucket. (Middle Right) Shelly George (15) goes up for a lay-up. (Right) Lynette Selby (25) goes up with the shot and Susan George (30) gets in position for the rebound Opposite Page: (Top) Lynette Selby (25) puts a move on her defender. (Bottom Left) Brenda White (20) is looking for a steal. (Bottom Right) Brenda White (20) jumps center while Susan George (30). Lynette Selby (25). and Nina Meiring (14) wait for the ball to be tipped to them. 46Varsity Basketball Team Breaks Records This year’s girls' varsity basketball team scored more overall points and had better statistics even though they had a win-loss record of 8-11. The major factor was due to the improved level of competition. Coach Tony Bowling commented, “It was an overall enjoyable and very successful season, but you always like to do better.’’ The team lacked height, but that didn’t stop them from breaking some team records such as 36 percent for field goals and 52 percent for free throws. Shelly George broke the free throw percentage school record with 66 percent for the season. Verli Stefan had a total of 61 season steals to break her old school record, and had a high of eight in one game to tie the record in that category. Verli Stefan was named to the All-League, first team and Lynette Selby to the second team. Verli Stefan and Lynette Selby were also named to the All-Area team, Susan George and Brenda White received honorable mention to All-Area. 47Varsity Basketball Height Limits Girls SENIORS: Jane Shedd, Susan George, Shelly George, and Kim Reincke. GIRLS’ VARSITY BASKETBALL SCORES T THS OPP. 46 Homer 60 53 47 Centreville 54 Mendon 56 44 Colon 39 52 26 Athens Homer 5 49 Pittsford 59 Camden 36 37 46 Litchfield 49 64 Waldron 38 42 North Adams 47 28 Colon 39 49 Pittsford 36 62 Camden 41 31 Litchfield 43 — , 33 Waldron 23 29 North Adams 51 52 Mendon 59 DISTRICTS Centreville 54 48Opposite Page: (Left) Verli Stefan (31) gets ready to go up for a shot. This Page: (Top Left) Coach Tony Bowling talks to Verli Stefan, Lynette Selby, Shelly George, and Jane Shedd. (Left Middle) Varsity players and parents are presented at Parents' Night. (Left) BrendaWhite (20) forces up a shot. (Top Right) Verli Stefan (31) struggles to hold on to the ball while Jane Shedd (22) gets ready to help. (Above) Susan George (30) and Brenda White (20) both fight to get the rebound. 49J.V. Basketball Girls Share League Title This year’s junior varsity girls’ basketball team had an excellent season of 17 wins and 1 loss. Coach Robert Currie said, “The girls played good fundamental basketball and learned that teamwork is important in winning.” In conference games, the team had nine wins and one loss. They tied with North Adams for the league championship. This year’s team had the best J.V. girls’ basketball record ever at THS. They were a young team with seven freshmen and five sophomores, but proved to be tough. GIRLS' JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM: (Front) Mgr Sheri Poole, Missy Langridge, Michelle Caputo. (Second Row) Lisa O'Dell, Lori White, DeAnn Johnson, Mary Stites. (Third Row) LeAnn Selby, Karen Fowler. Diane Deevers. (Fourth Row) Brenda White, Kathy Less-mann. (Top) Coach Robert Currie. 50Opposite Page: (Top) LeAnn Selby (31) attempts to shoot the ball, while Diane Deevers (45) looks on. This Page: (Left) Karen Fowler (44) gets ready to make a basket. (Bottom Left) The team huddles around Coach Robert Currie to discuss some strategy against their opponents. (Below) LeAnn Selby (31) tries to out jump her opponent from Camden. 21 Homer 26 Centervilli 40 Me 36 Colon 37 Athens 21 , 32 Pittsford 38 Camden 33 Litchfield 45 Waldron 26 North Adams 39 24 Colon 17 3£, Pittsfora 17 33 Camden 2C 35 Litchfield 45 Waldron 31 38 North Adams 20 35 Mendon 20 51This year's varsity volleyball team had one of the best season’s ever, winning 12 games and losing only 8 in the league, which put them in third place. Their overall record for the season was 16-17. This was the first team to go to the district finals. Once again, the volleyball team held a tournament at THS consisting of nine teams — Bronson, Quincy, Burr Oak, Climax-Scott, Tekonsha, Litchfield, Waldron, Homer and Centreville. Tekonsha placed third in the tournament. Lynette Selby was chosen by the SCAA to the All-League Volleyball Team. Varsity Volleyball Girls Go to Finals VARSITY VOLLEYBALL TEAM: (Front) Manager Lori Beam, LeAnn Mattson, Nina Meiring, Judy McAtte, Jamie Sisco, Shelly George, Jane Olds, Manager Shannon Swick. (Back) -Nancy Thompson, Melanie Johnson, Kim Reincke, LeAnn Waffle, Michon Hampton, Cathy Flynn, Angela Griffith, Toni Reimer, Lynette Selby, Coach Norman Taylor. 52VARSITY VOLLEYBALL RECORD Burr Oak loss Burr Oak loss Mendon loss Centreville loss Burr Oak loss Burr Oak loss Waldron win Waldron loss Pittsford loss Pittsford win N. Adams loss N. Adams loss Camden win Camden win Pittsford loss Pittsford loss Camden win Camden win Burr Oak win Quincy loss Bronson win Homer loss N. Adams loss N. Adams loss Litchfield win Litchfield win Waldron win Waldron win Litchfield win Litchfield win DISTRICTS Climax win Mendon win Centreville loss Opposite Page: (Top Left) Michon Hampton sets the ball while the others get ready to bump it over. (Top Right) Kim Reincke bumps the ball to Lynette Selby (25). (Below Left) Michon Hampton (30) serves the ball. This Page: (Top) SENIORS: Melanie Johnson, Kim Reincke, Jamie Sisco, Shelly George. Jane Olds. (Far Left) Lynette Selby goes up to spike the bail. (Left) Nina Meiring (14) bumps the ball while Lynette Selby prepares to assist. 53J.V. Volleyball Girls Have Good Season This year, the junior varsity volleyball team consisted of 16 girls. They had a good season winning six matches and losing only four, they placed third in the conference. The junior varsity team was coached by Miss Valerie Rossman. J.V. VOLLEYBALL RECORD Mendon win Centreville win Waldron win Pittsford loss N. Adams loss Pittsford loss N. Adams loss Litchfield win Waldron win Litchfield win JUNIOR VARSITY VOLLEYBALL TEAM: (Front) Lisa O’Dell, Kathy VanMoose. Ruth Hitchcock, Candy Moody, Missy Langridge, Sharon Pullen. (Back) Coach Valerie Rossman, Tina Foote. Julie Waffle. Carole Brewer, Brenda White, LeAnn Selby, Christina Fowler, Dawn Klingaman, Lily LaFond. Manager Kendra Clark. (Not Pictured) Dori Richar. 54Opposite Page: (Top Left) Brenda White is shown in action bumping the ball This Page: (Top Left) Ruth Hitchcock (30) bumps the ball while other players are ready to help. (Top Right) Tina Foote (42) bumps the ball (Left) Brenda White (22) sets the ball up. (Above) Ruth Hitchcock gets down to get the ball while Brenda White waits on 55Track. Girls Tie for Second Place This year’s girls’ track team tied for second in the conference, the best ever at THS. This year there were five school records broken. Leading the way, LeAnn Selby broke both hurdle records in the 110 lows with a time of 16.7 and 220’s in 32.7. Susan George, Dori Richar, Nancy Thompson and Ruth Hitchcock set the mile relay record in 4:35.9. LeAnn Waffle threw 33'2' 2" in the four-kilo shot for a school record. Lisa Ray smashed the old record of 13:38.6 in the two mile with a time of 12:38.6. Overall, the team ended the season with 4 wins and 3 losses, and in the conference with 3 wins and 1 loss. The girls' coach, Mr. Tony Bowling, said, "It was a real successful season for the girls. Despite many injuries, the girls worked hard and were very dedicated. It paid off with many fine individual and team performances.” (Top) Susan George gets ready to throw the discus as she warms up tor a meet (Right) SENIOR TRACK MEMBERS: (Back) Gloria Tetreault, Cheryl Doolittle. (Front) Shelly George. Jamie Sisco, Susan George. 56(Top Left) Gloria Tetreault stretches to the finish line of the 3200-meter run. (Below) Lynette Selby finishes the 110 low hurdles. (Middle) Nancy Thompson puts her all-out effort into the high jump. VARSITY TRACK TEAM: (Back) Kathy Van Hoose. Lisa Ray. Missy Langridge. Lisa O'Dell. Dori Richar, Jill Doolittle. Manager Donna Kemp. Coach Tony Bowling. (Middle) Gloria Tetreault. Verli Stefan. Lynette Selby. Lori White. Brenda White. Kim Myers. Jamie Sisco. (Front) Manager Robin Macomber. Shelly George. Susan George. Nancy Thompson. Angela Ray. LeAnn Waffle. Cheryl Doolittle. LeAnn Selby. Ruth Hitchcock (Not Pictured) Melissa Pullen. 57Sports Banquet Selby and Waffle Named Top Athletes The annual Booster s Club Sports Banquet was held on June 5. in the THS gym. The meal was prepared by the cooks. Lynette Selby and Scott Waffle were named as Athletes of the Year. Other awards that were earned and presented were: Football: The Steve Weller Award went to Kevin Reincke; Most Valuable Player. Bob Wiescholek; Most Valuable Back. Todd Sherwood; Most Valuable Lineman. Bob Wiescholek. Girls' Basketball: Most Valuable Player, Verli Stefan; Most Improved. Shelly George; Most Dedicated. Kim Reincke. Boys’ Basketball: Most Valuable Player. Tony Jenkins; Most Improved, Mark Warner; Sharp Shooter Award. Scott Waffle. Volleyball: Most Valuable Player. Lynette Selby; Most Improved. Michon Hampton. Boys' Track: Most Valuable. Rod Rocco; Most Dedicated. Ted Groholske; Most Improved, Frank LaFond. Girls' Track: Most Valuable. LeAnn Selby; Most Improved, Lisa Ray. Baseball: Most Valuable Player, Tim Beam; Highest Batting Average, Scott Waffle. Winners for the Freethrow Marathon for the most baskets were: George Feltner and Teresa Griffith; Bruce Warner brought in the most pledges and money in the elementary; Bobbi Turley, Brent Cole, Scott Brown and Jim O'Dell brought in the most money in the junior high, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Adams, most money paid out. The Louis Pervine Booster of the Year Award went to Mrs. Joe Jenkins in memory of her husband. All students who participated in JV and varsity sports were given letters and certificates. All senior athletes were given plaques for their participation. Bob Weischolek was given a special Spirit Award for being the "Super Fan" throughout the basketball season. The football team presented Ralf Zeitler with a signed football. Scott Waffle and Lynette Selby smile after receiving Athletes of the Year Awards 58Coach Mork Warner smiles as Coach Larry Stout hands him the basketball award tor Most Improved (Top Right) Coach Tony Bowling presents Verli Stetan with the Most Valuable award in basketball. (Middle Left) Kim Reincke is happy after receiv- ing M°st Dedicated in basketball. (Middle Right) Tony Jenkins happily accepts Most Valuable Player in basketball. (Left) Tony Jenkins. Ted Groholske and Scott Waffle admire their SCAA League certificates. 59Sports Banquet (Right) The junior girls receive their varsity letters. (Below) A smile is shown on Todd Sherwood's face as he receives the Most Valuable Back award from Coach Robert Tyckoski. (Middle) Shelly George receives a well-deserved Most Improved award. (Bottom Left) People hungrily enjoy the banquet. (Bottom Right) Todd Sherwood. Bob Wiescholek. Ralf Zeitler. and Scott Waffle are being applauded for their fine efforts in football. 60To be eligible to be in Varsity Club, a student must play in a varsity sport and receive a letter. Mr. Tony Bowling was advisor for the club this year. This was his sixth year as the club’s sponsor. The club chose as their co-presidents, Jane Shedd and Ted Groholske, who have been in Varsity Club since their sophomore years. This year there were 12 new faces and 18 familiar faces in the club. Varsity Club New Members Join Club (Front) Brenda White, Lorie White, Bob Wiescholek, Todd Sherwood, Jamie Sisco, Ralf Zeitler, Jane Olds. (Second) Shelly George, Nina Meiring, Nancy Thompson, Tony Jenkins, Susan George, Scott Waffle, Jane Shedd, Brian Aldrich, Ted Groholske, Advisor Mr. Tony Bowling. (Third) Kim Reincke, Cheryl Doolittle, Le Ann Waffle, Lynette Selby, David Sweet, Gloria Tetreault, Harold O’Dell. (Back) Melanie Johnson, Eric Cappella, Rod Rocco, Frank LaFond, Angela Ray, Verli Stefan. 62Student Council Council Donates Profits Student Council president, Bob Wiescholek began the school year by welcoming all students and teachers back to school on September 3,1980. For Homecoming, they again donated $100 for the float com- STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS AND ADVISOR: Cindy Schafer, treasurer, Gloria Tetreault, vice-president; Mrs. Vilma Carlson, advisor, Bob Wiescholek. president; Toni Reimer; secretary. petition prize money. At the Fall Festival, they had a spook house in the girls’ locker room and made $108. They donated $50 of this to the “Toys for Tots” organization for children. January 23, the Student Council sponsored “Spirit Day.” After the game that night, they held a free admission dance. Cabaret was held on March 21. The theme of circus was chosen entitled "The Greatest Show on Earth.” A profit of $700 was made. This money was used to replace and purchase new school equipment. They also donated $100 to the Muscular Dystrophy fund. STUDENT COUNCIL REPRESENTATIVES: (Front) Cindy Schafer. Gloria Tetreault, advisor. Mrs. Vilma Carlson, Bob Wiescholek, Toni Reimer. (Middle) Roger Wilson, Kevin Reincke, Matt Snyder, Jane Shedd, Rick Kostrzewski. Sharon Sellers. (Back) Deana Yates, Terri Kempton, Butch Neal. Ruth Hitchcock. 63Music Popular Attractions The THS bands and choirs were very active again this year. The Marching band and majorettes became a very popular attraction this year performing during half time for five home football games. Their Spring and Christmas Concerts proved to be another great success while performing for many of the people in the community. They also marched and performed in the Homecoming and Marshall Christmas parades.The band also made plans to attend Cedar Point to perform there for their third year. In the money making department, the band and majorettes sold Christmas ornaments. They also purchased a vending machine filled with snacks for the students to purchase during noon. This past year, the band received money to purchase six new uniforms from various organizations in the community. All of these projects and activities were under the direction of Mr. Kevin McMullin. SENIOR BAND MEMBERS: (Top Left) Melanie Johnson, Robin Doolittle, Deana Yates, Gloria Tetreault, Susan George, Jane Shedd. and Bob Wiescholek. 64 THS MARCHING BAND with majorettes Lynette Selby. Sharon Fowler. Head Majorette Toni Reimer. and Susan George. TEKONSHA INDIANS THS CONCERT BAND: (Front) Kim Myers. Lynette Selby. Toni Reimer. Robin Doolittle, Susan George. Gloria Tetreault, DeAnn Johnson. Melanie McFadden, Michelle Henion. (Middle) Julie Waffle. Christine Fowler. Michelle Caputo. Kathy Lessmann. Dawn Klingaman. Verli Stefan. Tina Foote. Laurie Duckett. Eric Cappella, Bob Wiescholek. Jane Shedd. Melanie Johnson. Shawn Tetreault. Kathy VanHoose. Carole Brewer (Back) Candy Moody. Missy Langridge. Amber Warner. Tom Upston. Lee Friend. Scott Mendelsohn. Deana Yates. Brandon Shilling. Lisa Ray. Jill Doolittle. Mr. Kevin McMullin. Greg Straub. Roger Wilson. Howard Upston. 65"Super Fan" Bob Wiescholek leads the pep band during halftime. Music HIGH SCHOOL CHOIR: (Back) Russell Weimer, Ritch Yates, Tom Upston, Bob Wiescholek, Harold Kemp, Todd Long. (Middle) Jill Doolittle, Jamie Sisco, Shawn Tetreault, Rick Holbrook, Sheila Davis, Brenda Lessmann, Brenda White. (Front) Amber Warner, Kathy VanHoose, Jerry McAtee. Brandon Shilling, Brenda Salyer, Lynnda Granger. (Not Pictured) Mr. Kevin McMullin. THS PEP BAND: (Back) Mr. Kevin McMullin, Greg Straub, Carrie Swafford, Laurie Duckett, Kim Myers. DeAnn Johnson. Shawn Tetreault, Eric Cappella, Roger Wilson, Howie Upston, Dawn Klingaman. Carole Brewer. Brad Ray. (Second) Scott Long, Michelle Cappella, Linda Nagel. Lisa Ray, Scott Mendelsohn, Cathy Olds, Brent Cole, Willa Weller, Lori Beam. (Third) Scott Brown. Missy Langridge. Tina Foote, Shelly Myers, Tish Tetreault. Jill Doolittle, Tracy Struwin, Candy Moody, Julie Waffle, Michelle Henion, Chris Fowler, Michelle Caputo, Melanie McFadden. Kathy Lessmann, Nadine Goheen, Carrie Devenney. (Front) Mel Johnson and Bob Wiescholek. (Not Pictured) Amber Warner. 66ClassesClasses Experience Gained As always, THS has offered a vareity of classes and activities ranging from working on fractions and test tubes to learning to cook different foods and dissecting animals. Throughout the year, the students learned from not only the required subjects, but from a variety of electives which included band, drafting, business, journalism, Spanish and other advanced studies. At the end of the year, each and every student had grown, not only in their minds, but through their experiences which they gained through the help of their teachers and classes. (Top Right) There's nothing like having your nose in a magazine, as Scott Doolittle demonstrates (Above) Shelly George. Jamie Sisco. Scott Doolittle and Jill Blake take time to smile lor the photographer (Above Right) Onlook-ing members ot the gym class wait tor their turn on the court. (Right) Gym class is shown in action. (5$(Top Left) Marty Shaffer. John Samson. and Scott Long learn the fundamentals of refinishing in home ec class. (Top Right) Kathy Lessmann and Bob Wiescholek are 'fooling around" in the hall. (Middle Left) Mel Johnson and Deana Yates take time to discuss senior class activities with Mr. Robert Currie. (Middle Right) Danny Copeland and Dean Stayner are in the process of refinishing in Mrs. Riney Tyckoski’s class. (Left) Mr. Duane Richardson s history class is caught during a free period. 69Classes Increasing Knowledge Through Study (Top) Caryn Stites works on her accounting practice set. (Above) Brenda Rafferty finishes her assignment in Mrs. Sally Hammond junior high business class. (Middle Right) A few junior high students advance their skills in reading. (Right) The busiest time in the hall. 70(Top Left) Eddy Lewis is in the process of taking a test during business and careers. (Top Right) Lisa O'Dell and Scot Thornton take time to talk privately in the hall. (Middle Left) Scott Randall is in deep concentration during his English class. (Middle Right) Shown here is office aide, Nancy Thompson, working on her assignments. (Left) DeAnn Schafer, LeAnn Waffle, Mary Woods and Mary Groholske show off their admiration towards Miss Piggy. 71(Top) Kathy Lessmann, Michelle Caputo and Verli Stefan toot up a storm in band. (Above) Scott Osborn glances at the photographer during study hall. (Above Right) Mr. Tony Bowling and Dr. Joseph Serra offer their advice to Gloria Tetreault. (Right) There's nothing like working together on an assignment! 72(Top Left) Tim Beam and Scott Doolittle relax in their chemistry class. (Top Right) Deana Yates and Cheryl Doolittle catch up on the local news during study hall. (Middle Left) Laurie Duckett. Mary Stites. Carole Brewer and Scott Mendelsohn work on homework during algebra class. (Above) Scott Reincke takes a snooze while standing in the corner for punishment in Mr. Paul Sweet s English class! (Left) The junior high science class is busy with assignments. 73Classes Preparing for the World of Work This year’s work-experience class was taught by a new teacher, Mrs. Sandy Donahue. She took the class all over Tekonsha going through most of the businesses. The class consisted of ten students who left after third and fourth hours to go to their jobs. This class helped the students prepare for future employment opportunities. Also after third hour, juniors and seniors leave for the Calhoun Area Vocational Center in Battle Creek where they learn various skills for the world of work. Mrs. Sandy Donahue Work Experience Program Coordinator VO-ED STUDENTS Brian Aldrich Ag. Mechanics Robin Doolittle Commercial Art Scott Doolittle Welding Linda Eishen Food Service Jason Hitchcock Drafting Melanie Johnson Health Occupations Cindy LaFond Child Care Nina Metring Accounting Edith Miller Child Care Cathy Olds Data Processing Sharon Sellers Welding Chris Siegel Health Occupations Greg Straub Drafting Jim Swafford Drafting Lori Washburn Health Occupations Bruce Miller Human Services WORK EXPERIENCE STUDENTS Scott Eishen Eishen Farms Mary Groholske McDonald s of Coldwater Ted Groholske McDonald s of Coldwater Teresa Kempton Marking Machine Kevin Klingaman Klingaman Farms Jerry Langridge Tuff Cat Inc. Jon Mack Nickerson Farms Wayne Ray Cole Farms Cindy Schafer Sherwood-Hopps Ph. Matt Snyder Tuff Cat Inc. Mark Summerfield Tekonsha Sport Shoppe Deana Vates McDonald's of Marshall Mary Woods Feltner’s Restaurant • 74WORK EXPERIENCE: (Back) Wayne Ray, Matt Snyder, Kevin Summerfield. Cindy Schafer. Scott Eishen. (Not Pictured) Klingaman. Ted Groholske. (Middle) Mary Woods. Deana Robin Doolittle, Jon Mack, Jerry Langridge. Mary Groholske. Yates, Terri Kempton, Mrs. Sandy Donahue. (Front) Mark VO-ED: (Back) Lori Washburn, Chris Siegel, Jim Swafford, Scott Doolittle. Sharon Sellers, Brian Aldrich. (Middle) Linda Eishen, Nina Meiring, Greg Straub, Robin Doolittle, Mel Johnson. (Front) Cindy LaFond, Edith Miller, Karen Groth (Not Pictured) Jason Hitchcock, Bruce Miller. Cathy Olds. 75Classes INDIAN Wins Awards This year’s 1981 journalism staff consisted of 16 members of which six were veterans. Cindy Schafer and Cheryl Doolittle were back for their third years; Bob Wiescholek and Susan and Shelly George were back for their second years, and Rick Kostrzewski served as the student photographer for the past two years. Advisor, Mrs. Sally Hammond was back for her eleventh year with the class. These people were a part of the 1980 yearbook which received the top Gold Award from Taylor Publishing Company, and awards of Excellence in the copy and cutline categories from the Michigan Interscholastic Press Association of Central Michigan University. This year’s journalism staff had a busy year — working on the weekly IDEA newspaper, and the 1981 INDIAN yearbook. In the fall, along with selling ads, the staff sold a variety of cards, stationery, and calendars to raise funds for the yearbook. YEARBOOK CO-EDITORS: Cheryl Doolittle and Cindy Schater. Student photographer, Rick Kostrzewski. checks out some of the pictures that he has taken tor the school yearbook. JOURNALISM CLASS OFFICERS AND ADVISOR: Bob Wiescholek, INDIAN business manager; Shelly George, IDEA co-editor; Mrs. Sally Hammond, advisor; Susan George, IDEA co-editor. The journalism staff members pose for the camera: (Back) Nancy Thompson, Dave Sweet, Lynette Selby, Toni Reimer. Angela Ray. Angela Griffith. (Front) Kevin George. Scott Randall. LeAnn Mattson. Cathy Flynn. 76Administration Mr. Roger Carlson, the superintendent, makes sure that all the policies of the school are carried out. He makes sure that all phases of the school program are done well. The School Board members are the only administrators that are elected by the people. They make the policies that our school follows. Mr. Roger Carlson Superintendent SCHOOL BOARD: (Standing) Mr. Robert Hinspeter, trustee; president; Mrs. Yvonne Lindquist, trustee; Mr Leroy Taylor, Mr. Stephen Pulsipher, trustee; Mr Edwin Shumway, secretary; treasurer. Mr Roy Spires, president. (Seated) Mr. Nelson Shedd, vice 78Serving the People Dr. Joseph Serra has been principal at THS for the past eight years. His job is to make sure that the students receive the best education possible and that other activities are available for student participation. Mr. Robert Currie, the counselor, advises students on future plans and helps the students select the right classes for their future. Along with these responsibilities, he listens to the students' problems and helps them along. 79 Mr. Robert Currie CounselorAdministration Mrs. Mary Leatherbury, the secretary, has a very busy job. She keeps high school attendance records and handles internal accounts. Along with her many office duties, she assists the 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 80 Mr. Arthur King Business ManagerFaculty Teachers Look Forward to T.G.I.F., Too! The expression "Thank God It’s Friday" doesn't just apply to the students to THS, teachers look forward to it just as much as the students. The week sure can be long when you have to grade papers and prepare assignments for each day. Some teachers also are involved in extracurricular activities such as class advising, coaching, and chaperoning dances. Mrs. Vilma Carlson Practical English, Speech. English 10. Spanish, Composition and Literature Mr. Robert Tyckoski Business Math, Math 8, Algebra, Trigonometry, Geometry. Mr. Duane Richardson Social Studies 7, 8, Government. 82(Left) Mrs. Sally Hammond corrects papers while students work on their assignments. (Above) Mr. Roger Maples enjoys a Pepsi in the teachers’ lounge after a long day of teaching. Mr. Wayne Mason Shop I and II, Shop 7 and 8, and Mechanical Drawing. Mrs. Rinette Tyckoski Jr. High Home Economics II and III, Senior Economics. Mr. Roger Maples Science 7, 8. Inside Michigan, Introduction to Agriculture. 83Faculty A Teacher’s Job Is Never Done Although school ends at 3:05, teachers still have to work after to keep up with their daily plans. Taking assignments home to correct, deciding what to teach the next day can be a job that’s never done. Mr. Kevin McMullin Senior High. Junior High, and Elementary Band, Choir, Music Appreciation. Mr. Norman Taylor Mrs. Karen Friend Health Education. U S. History. World History. Social Studies Librarian and Study Hall Supervisor Mini Courses 84Miss Valerie Rossman Math 7. General Math. Physical Education. (Second Semester) Miss Coleen Wendel Math 7. General Math. Physical Education. (First Semester) Minieuc uireuiur. rvir rdUI °weet. is picturori Loren Phillips and Dave Sweet a 85Faculty Mr. Paul Sweet Business Math, English 8, 9. Mr. Tony Bowling Biology, General Science, Advanced Biology, Chemistry. Mrs. Carlene Zollner Reading 7, Remedial Reading. Mr. Larry Stout Physical Education, Algebra. 86Services Always Busy. . . This year’s high school and elementary custodians kept busy cleaning the inside and outside of the school keeping it in good condition. They were under the direction of Mr. Earl Samson in the high school and Mr. Lewis Jenkins in the elementary. The kitchen workers were always at work keeping everyone in the school well fed. The cooks and cashier report to Mrs. Gladys Pileri. There are 13 bus drivers who transport the kids to and from school each day. Mr. Lewis Jenkins is in charge of the bus drivers. (Top) ELEMENTARY CUSTODIANS: Mr. Harry Gallup, Mrs. Linda Lambert. (Not Pictured) Mr. Lewis Jenkins. (Bottom) HIGH SCHOOL CUSTODIANS: Mr. Earl Samson. Mr. Reid Waffle, Mrs. Sharon Selby. 87Services (Top) HOT LUNCH CASHIER: Mrs. Sandy Snyder (Middle) COOKS: Mrs. Anita Waffle. Mrs. Marlene Rein-cke. Mrs. Lorene Yates. Mrs. Gladys Pileri. (Not Pictured) Mrs. Toni Saltzgaber. (Bottom) BUS DRIVERS: (Top) Mr. Warren Casebeer. Mr. Leo Hughes. Mr. Reid Waffle. Mrs. Donna Hmspeter. Mrs. Sharon Poole. (Standing) Mr. Lewis Jenkins. Mrs. LaDeama Phelps. Mrs. Sharon Selby. Mrs. Bonnie Rocco. Mrs. Mary Eberts. (Not Pictured) Mrs. Carol Hughes. Mrs. Eleanor Olds. Mr. Earl Samson. 88Seniors Seniors Are Always on Top (Below) The senior class is always on top of things. Opposite Page: (Top) During the volleyball game, the crowd poses for the photographer. (Middle Left) Scott Doolittle is in his favorite spot . . . the hot lunch line (Middle Right) Mike Baker is caught studying in his math class! 90 TIMOTHY B. BEAM JILL BLAKE CHERYL LYN DOOLITTLEROBIN KAY DOOLITTLE SCOTT EISHEN V . i SCOTT DOOLITTLE MICHELLE JEAN GEORGE SUSAN LYNN GEORGE 91THEODORE ROBERT GROHOLSKE MELANIE ANN JOHNSON TERESA LYNN KEMPTON Seniors Seniors Gain Experience (Below) Mel Johnson is working hard as an office aide. Opposite Page: (Top) Jim Swafford and Deana Yates are reading a top secret letter. (Bottom) Ralf Zeitler and Scott Randall dissect their shark in advanced biology class. 92 CYNTHIA R. LAFONDJERRY LANGRIDGE SCOTT L. RANDALL FANNY MILLER CATHLEEN SUE OLDS 93JANE M. SHEDD Seniors Grads Achieve Goals (Below) The 1981 Mock Election Winners Opposite Page: (Top) ACADEMIC AWARD WINNERS: Bob Wiescholek. DAR Good Citizenship Award and Drama Award; Scott Doolittle, Outstanding Vo-Ed Award; Todd Sherwood, Math Award; Scott Waffle, Science Award; Kim Reincke, Home Ec Award; Robin Doolittle, Business and Music Awards. (Middle) SCHOLARSHIP AWARD WINNERS: Lori Washburn. Scott Doolittle. Todd Sherwood, Jane Shedd, Jill Blake. Kim Reincke, Robin Doolittle. (Front) Mark Summerfield, Tim Beam, and Scott Waffle. TODD LEE SHERWOOD JAMIE MARIE SISCO 94MATTHEW SCOTT SNYDER MARK SUMMERFIELD GLORIA G.TETREAULT BRYAN SCOTT WAFFLE JAMES D. SWAFFORD 95LORI WASHBURN TOM WATSON Seniors Activities Fill Days (Below Left) Susan George and Jill Blake read the senior Class Prophecy. (Below Right) Mark Summerfield and Scott Waffle read the senior Class Wills on Senior Exit Day. Opposite Page: (Top Left) Ted Groholske and Bob Wiescholek show off their tuxes. (Top Right) Jane Shedd is in the hot lunch line. (Middle Left) Senior Vo-ed students receive awards. (Middle Right) Kim Reincke serves an ace in volleyball. (Bottom) 1981 Senior Class. SENIORS NOT PICTURED: JON MACK i I t 96 RALF F. ZEITLERThe 1981 graduating class was small in numbers having 33 members, but made their last year at THS crazy and exciting. The seniors chose Melanie Johnson for their president, Robin Doolittle, vice president; Kim Reincke, secretary; Jill Blake, treasurer; and Jane Shedd and Matt Snyder as Student Council representatives. The class also had a new friend to share their various activities with, Ralf Zeitler, from Hamburg, West Germany. He participated in varsity football receiving league and all-area honors as a kicker. Ralf also ran track breaking the old school records in the mile and two mile. During his stay in Tekon-sha, he lived with Mr. and Mrs. Roy Spires. Homecoming was the first activity with Bob Wiescholek and Susan George chosen to reign as king and queen. Shelly George, Ralf Zeitler, Robin Doolittle, Scott Waffle, Gloria Tetreault, and Todd Sherwood served as senior attendants. Next, came the candy sale which the seniors sold to earn money for their class trip. May 14, Principal Dr. Joseph Serra, and Superintendent, Mr. Roger Carlson, prepared the senior breakfast. The seniors chose May 6 as their skip day and enjoyed a fun-filled day at South Haven State Park. "Senior Exit Day” was held May 22, and the teachers presented awards to the seniors. Senior honor students Scott Waffle and Mark Summer-field read the Class Wills; Susan George and Jill Blake gave the Class Prophecy. Jane Shedd and Mel Johnson announced Mock Election winners. May 23, the juniors held the Prom in honor of the seniors at the Marshall Country Club. Finally the senior class trip came on May 28. At 7 a.m. the seniors loaded up on a Greyhound bus and headed for Marriott’s Great America in Gurnee, III. They spent the day roaming around the park and riding the rides. The seniors returned home at midnight. Baccalaureate was held May 29, at 8 p.m. and Graduation was May 31, at 3 p.m. An Exciting Year! SENIOR OFFICERS: (Back) Kim Reincke, secretary; Robin Doolittle, vice president; advisor Mr. Larry Stout, and Mel Johnson, president. (Front) Jill Blake, treasurer; Matt Snyder, and Jane Shedd. S.C. reps. 98Salutatorian Valedictorian Jane Shedd Todd Sherwood Seniors THS Honors 12 Graduates In the class of 1981 there were 12 students who received a B average or above throughout high school. The valedictorian was Todd Sherwood and salutatorian was Jane Shedd. The honor students put the graduation presentations together consisting of the Class History, Class Motto, Class Prophecy, Class Wills and the valedictory and salutatory speeches. HONOR STUDENTS: (Back) Mark Summerfield. Jerry Kempton. Salutatorian Jane Shedd. Valedictorian Todd Langridge. Scott Doolittle. Kim Reincke. Deana Yates. Robin Sherwood. Doolittle. Scott Waffle. (Front) Susan George. Jill Blake. Terri 99On May 31, 1981, the final step was taken by 33 graduating seniors as they paraded onto the football field for Commencement. The exercises began as the graduates marched in, to the accompaniment of the band with the junior class standing as honor guards. The services started with the Invocation given by Deana Yates followed by the class president, Melanie Johnson’s welcome. Terri Kempton entertained the audience by singing the song "Yesterday," and then Jane Shedd gave the traditional salutatorian's speech. The THS band performed for a final time as they played "Minuteman" and "The Golden Age of Rock and Roll.” Kim Reincke read the Class Motto, which was "What appears to be the last chapter, is really the end of the first book, of the volumes of life." Scott Doolittle and Robin Doolittle recalled the past events of the class with the Class History. Todd Sherwood gave the valedictorian’s speech with principal, Dr. Joseph Serra, following with the recognition of awards. Then, Jerry Langridge presented the class advisor, Mr. Larry Stout, with a token of appreciation from the class. Superintendent, Mr. Roger Carlson, presented the class to School Board president, Mr. Roy Spires, as he distributed the diplomas. Terri Kempton concluded the services with the Benediction and the traditional recessional followed. Baccalaureate services were held on May 29, featuring Father Leon Pohl giving the sermon and accompanied by Rev. Ted Newcomb and Rev. John Cail. 100 Seniors Thirty-Three GraduateOpposite Page: (Top) Melanie Johnson is so nervous before commencement. Deana Yates has to help her zip up her gown. (Middle) Tim Beam goes over the program before Commencement. (Bottom Left) Deana Yates begins the program with the Invocation. (Bottom Right) Three members of the administration stand at attention during the National Anthem This Page: (Top Left) Class president. Melanie Johnson, welcomes the audience. (Top Right) The photographer catches Terri Kempton as she sings ' Yesterday.” (Middle Left) Scott Doolittle and Robin Doolittle smile as they recall the past 13 years in the Class History. (Middle Right) The senior high band plays "Minuteman.” (Left) Salutatorian. Jane Shedd. delivers her speech to the crowd. 101Seniors (Top Left) Dr. Joseph Serra gives Scott Doolittle his honor cord. (Top Right) Kim Reincke stands before the crowd to give the Class Motto. (Middle Left) Todd Sherwood speaks as the valedictorian. (Middle Right) Verli Stefan walks away from senior Todd Sherwood with tears in her eyes. (Left) Betty Shank gives Cheryl Doolittle one last hug in the reception line. 102JuniorsJuniors Class Captures First Place The 1980-81 juniors had a memorable year. The juniors were in charge of the Homecoming events choosing "Transportation" for the float theme and "Sailing” for the dance theme. They placed well by winning the powder puff football game against the seniors, 6 to 0. They placed first with their float, “Choo Choo Chew 'em up.” The juniors made about $1,500 for selling magazines, breaking a school record. This money was very useful in the 1981 prom, put on by the juniors. The Class had a dart throw for their money making project at the Fall Festival. Cindy Baker Sheila Davis Linda Eishen Cathy Flynn Kevin George L. J. Goheen Angela Griffith Mary Groholske Karen Groth Michon Hampton Tony Jenkins Tim Katz Harold Kemp Kevin Klingaman Rick Kostrzewski 104Frank LaFond Brenda Lessmann Le Ann Mattson Judy McAtee Nina Meiring Kim Myers Harold O'Dell Angela Ray Wayne Ray Toni Reimer DeAnn Schafer Lynette Selby Christina Siegel Joyce Smith David Stayner Verli Stefan Greg Straub David Sweet Nancy Thompson Scot Thornton JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS AND ADVISOR: (Back) Tony Jenkins, treasurer; Judy McAtee, secretary; (Front) Nancy Thompson, President; DeAnn Schafer, vice-president; Miss Coleen Wen-del. advisor. 105106 NOT PICTURED Debbie Bennison Marty Farber Jason Hitchcock Jeanne Lindquist Sharon Sellers Marla Strang Russell Weimer Tom Upston Bill VanHoose Le Ann Waffle Mark Warner Mary Woods (Above) Le Ann Waffle is shown here working on her "Quadra-sonics” practice set in accounting. (Above Right) The junior girls are shown here after a victorious powder puff football game against the seniors. (Right) Le Ann Mattson, Verli Stefan, Angela Ray. and Judy McAtee dress up for "New Wave Day" to show their school spirit during Homecoming week.Sophomores Class of ’83 Has Eventful Year The class of ’83 had an eventful year. Their Homecoming float, a steam roller entitled “Roll 'em Over,” placed third. Michelle Caputo and Brian Beam were chosen as the class representatives. On October 24, they sponsored the annual Sadie Haw- Brian Beam Steve Bennett Todd Brown Leonard Cail Eric Cappella Michelle Caputo kin’s Dance, and later in the year, they sponsored the Spring Swing. They raffled off a turkey and a $10 gift certificate from Newt’s Market for their Fall Festival activities. Tim Cole James Copas Fred Doolittle Kevin Doolittle Tina Foote Christene Fowler Lee Friend Gordon Grinnell Randy Harrison Ruth Hitchcock Rick Holbrook DeAnn Johnson John King 108Dawn Klingaman Lillian LaFond Kathy Lessmann Andy Lewis Jeanne Lindquist Melanie McFadden Bill Michielsen Butch Neal Loren Phillips Sharon Pullen Scott Reincke Dori Richard Rod Rocco Brenda Salyer Caryn Stites Jeff Summerfield Julie Waffle Martin Webber Brenda White Lorie White David Wooden Tim Wright NOT PICTURED John Cole Lynnda Granger Students are caught offguard during class. 109(Top Left) Gordon Grinned, Todd Brown, Brian Beam, and Fred Doolittle are caught not paying attention during class. (Top Right) The sophomore float, a steamroller, is shown being displayed in the Homecoming parade. (Above) Sophomore class attendants Michele Caputo and Brian Beam are escorted down the stairs during the Homecoming assembly. (Middle Right) Students are shown busily working on their assignments in Mrs. Vilma Carlson's English class. SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS AND ADVISORS: Mrs. Rinette Tyckoski, advisor; Todd Brown, president Scott Reincke, vice-president; Michele Caputo, treasurer; Kathy Lessman, secretary; Mr. Kevin McMullin, advisor. 110Freshmen Class of ‘84 Survives First Year The class of '84 survived their first real year of high school by learning that classes like algebra and biology aren’t as easy as they sound. One of their first events to participate in as "high schoolers” was Homecoming week. The class pulled together a worthwhile effort building their float entitled "Blow 'em Over.” They chose as their attendants Candy Moody and Jerry McAtee. Throwing the softball in the milk can was the activitiy they chose as their Fall Festival booth. For their money-making activity they sold popcorn. Kirk Adams Tony Ball Carole Brewer Bill Burchfield Lisa Burrow Diane Deevers Jill Doolittle Laurie Duckett Dwayne Feltner Karen Fowler Sharon Fowler Lynnda Granger Kenny Harrison Michelle Henion Tracy Kempton Joe Knight Missy Langridge Todd Long Jerry McAtee Scott Mendelsohn 112Candy Moody Lisa O’Dell Vern Prater Melissa Pullen Lisa Ray Kevin Reincke LeAnn Selby Brandon Shilling Mary Stites Shawn Tetreault Lynnette Thompson Howard Upston Kathy VanHoose Amber Warner Heidi Weaver Roger Wilson Keven Wolcott Ritchie Yates NOT PICTURED Lucille Miller Dale Myers Scott Osborn The freshmen chose to build a tank to fit this year’s Homecoming theme, "Transportation.” 113FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS AND ADVISOR: Mr. Norman Taylor, advisor; Carole Brewer, secretary; Diane Deevers, treasurer; Jerry McAtee, vice-president; Shawn Tetreault, president. (Above) Michelle Henion. Brandon Shilling, and Shawn Tetreault are concentrating on their typing assignments. (Middle Right) Lisa Burrow takes time out to pose for this picture while her classmates finish doing their homework. (Right) Tony Jenkins assists Homecoming representative. Candy Moody, and her escort. Jerry McAtee. at the crowning assembly.Eighth Grade Lori Beam Kristina Bergerson Scott Brown Michelle Cappella Lori Caputo Kimberly Casebeer Laurie Christopher Kendra Clark Brent Cole Laura Cole Danny Copeland Caroline Devenney Kendra Eberts Kristin Eberts Donna Feltner Nadine Goheen Tom Hodo Darcy Kevwitch Timothy Knight David LaFond Scott Long Brenda Michielsen Shelly Myers Linda Nagel James O’Dell Gary Parker Sheri Poole Brad Ray Tod Rocco Brent Runyon Donald Samson Martin Shaffer Alvin Snyder Dean Stayner Tracy Struwin Karrie Swafford 116Shannon Swick Patricia Tetreaull Bobbi Turley Brad White Sue Wooden NOT PICTURED Roger Bennett Terry Slone Roger Weimer EIGHTH GRADE CLASS OFFICERS AND ADVISOR: Donna Feltner. vice president; Linda Nagel, secretary; Mr Duane Richardson. advisor; Scott Brown, treasurer; Marty Shaffer, president. (Lower Left) Jimmy O'Dell is “busily” working in class. (Below) Student. Roger Weimer. is studying hard for a class. 117Gina Bergerson Lori Burrow Lisa Caputo Sean Casey Allen Cole Susan Cubbon Anita Doolittle Tim Fogel David Foote Buffie Groholski Mike Hall Marty Hampton Lori Herman Amy Johnson Shawn Kain Chris Katz Donna Kemp Steve King (Above) SEVENTH GRADE CLASS OFFICERS AND ADVISOR: Mike Hall, president; Mrs. Carlene Zollner. advisor.(Right) JUNIOR HIGH STUDENT COUNCIL: (Top) Carrie Devenny. Shelly. Myers, treasurer; Brent Runyon, president. (Middle) Lisa Caputo. Lori Herman. Gina Bergerson. Mr. Duane Richardson, advisor. (Bottom) Anita Turley, vice President; Tisch Tetreault. Lori Caputo. (Seated) Bobbi Turley. Secretary. (Not Pictured) Mrs. Carlene Zollner. advisor. 118Seventh Grade Diana Klingaman Kyle Klingaman Christine LaMee Edward Lewis Joanna Lindquist Larry Macomber Robin Macomber Penny Neal Faithanne Petersen Annette Powell Dorothy Pritchard Stephen Pulsipher Brenda Rafferty Mike Rafferty Annette Reincke Brett Reincke Kip Reincke Lanette Reincke Deanne Rocco Brian Saltzgaber Arch Sanders Katherine Schweikert Kurt Shilling Steven Slone Junior Smith Lisa Stage David Stuart Kathi Swafford Anita Turley Terry White NOT PICTURED Tim Arnett Steve Bennison Raymond Cook Chris Phillips Mike Slone Daphne White 119Junior High Preparing for High School AMERICA AND ME ESSAY WINNERS: Michelle Cappella, first; Lori Beam, second; Lauri Christopher, third. (Above) Brent Cole received the Wade Patten Memorial Award given annually to a junior high student. The award was given for his scholarship, citizenship, leadership, and athletic abilities. (Middle) Jim O'Dell, Mike Hall, and Annette Powell attempt to shave a balloon at the junior high booth during the Fall Festival. (Right) Junior Smith and Allen Cole work busily on their home economics project. 120UNIOR HIGH CONCERT BAND: (Front) Lori Beam. Nadine ioheen. Carrie Devenney, Gina Bergerson, Anita Doolittle, aithanne Peterson. Joanna Lindquist. Amy Johnson. (Se-ond) Lisa Caputo, Robin Macomber, Annette Powell. Tish etreault, Chris LaMee, Linda Nagel. Michele Cappella, Kristi Bergerson. Shelly Myers, Tracy Struwin, Brian Saltzgaber. Kathy Schweikert. Lori Herman. Scott Brown. (Back) Steve King, Donna Kemp. Scott Long. Karrie Swafford. Brad Ray. Brent Cole. Diana Klingaman. Kurt Shilling. Steve Pulsipher, Mr. Kevin McMullin, director. JUNIOR HIGH MARCHING BAND AND MAJORETTES: Kim Casebeer, Nadine Goheen. UNIOR HIGH CHOIR: (Front) Robin Macomber. Lori Herman, nnette Reincke. Anita Doolittle. David Foote. Eddie Lewis, like Hall. Arch Sanders. Dorothy Pritchard. Lori Burrow. Gina ergerson. Penny Neal. Lisa Caputo. (Second) Susan Cubban. inda Nagel. Kathy Schweikert, Joanna Lindquist. Brent Cole, cott Brown, Alan Cole. Brent Runyon, Shelly Myers. Amy ohnson, Buffie Groholski. Carrie Devenney. (Third) Tish Tetreault. Nadine Goheen. Shannon Swick. Steve King. Jamie Copas. Junior Smith. Brad White. Annette Powell. Donna Kemp. Lisa Stage. Kathi Swafford. (Back) Karrie Swafford. Michele Cappella. Chris LaMee. Tim Arnett. Kip Reincke. Brett Reincke. Brad Ray. Tracy Struwin. Faithanne Peterson, Lanette Reincke. 121JUNIOR HIGH FOOTBALL: (Front) Brad White. David Stuart. David Foote. Jim O’Dell, Scott Brown. Steve Bennison. (Second) Danny Copeland, Chris Katz, Marty Shaffer, Brian Saltzgaber, Kyle Klingaman. Alvin Snyder. (Third) Kip Reincke. Terry White. Brent Cole, Steve Pulsipher, Tim Fogel, Dean Stayner, Coach Duane Richardson. (Back) Mike Rafferty, Brett Reincke, Tim Knight, Brad Ray, Chris Phillips, Kurt Shillings. JUNIOR HIGH BOYS’ BASKETBALL TEAM: (Front) Scott Brown, Brian Saltzgaber. Brad White, Brent Cole, Jimmy O’Dell. (Back) Steve Pulsipher, Danny Copeland, Chris Datz, Kyle Klingaman, Todd Rocco, Brad Ray, Dean Stayner. Mike Hall. JUNIOR HIGH GIRLS’ BASKETBALL TEAM: (Front) Amy Johnson, Lisa Stage. (Middle) Penny Neal, Carrie Devenney, Shelly Myers, Lisa Caputo, Kendra Clark, Lanette Reincke, Annette Reincke. (Back) Bobbi Turley, Nadine Goheen, Donna Feltner, Sue Wooden, Lori Caputo, Karrie Swafford. Tracy Struwin, Shannon Swick, Tish Tetreault, Deanne Rocco, Anita Turley. 122Elementary Preparing for the Future Teaching students the basic principles of reading, writing and arithmetic are just a few of the activities Principal Keith Clark and his 16 teachers do to prepare elementary students for high school. The elementary consists of students in grades kindergarten through sixth who are being well-prepared for the future. Mr. Keith Clark Principal FACULTY AIDES: Mrs. Betty Shank. Mrs. Carolyn Thomas. Mrs. Madelyn Upston. SECRETARY: Mrs. Marcedes Johnson (seated). 124Sixth Grade (Front) Robbie Cook. Roger Straub, Toni Lewis. Cheri Miller, Dale Pullen, Kenny White. (Middle) Howard Olds, Cindy Wilson, Brian McFadden, Annette Meiring, Melissa Krumvede. Dawn Poole. Matt Smith, Teacher Mr. Dwight Runyon. (Back) Mer- riann LaFond, Samantha Snyder. Bryan Stiebeling. Deidre Upston, Danny Yates. Christine Cappella. Annette Katz. Mike Duckett. Elizabeth Pulsipher. (Front) Bruce Warner, Brian Kelly. Denise Miller. Bob Goheen. Tammy Cutchall. Larry Wilson. (Middle) Dan Turley. Paulette Struwin, Karen McFadden. Carol Keifer. Barbara Bowers, George Feltner, Donna Webber. Dedra Brown. (Back) Chad Clark, Mike Davis. Rainee Knight, Linda Brown. Paul Stuart, Keri Eberts. Stephanie Horton. Missie Long, Ron Warsop. Teacher Mrs. Judy Jenkins. 125Fifth Grade (Front) Joey Sisco. Tom Summerfield. Pam Neal, Leslie Nagel, Missy Brown, Jeff Wright. Pati Burrow. (Middle) Laura Selby, Fred Melville, Randy Price, Scott Carlson, Connie Seitler, Pat Cole, Julie Krumvede. (Back) Andy Morris, Penny Warsop, Albert Groholski, Mindy Pulsipher. Daray Bkcah( Spaphanie Diepz, Michael Delmont. Tena Bartholomew. Bobby Manis, Teacher — Mrs. Marian Sweet. (Not Pictured) Johny Michiel-sen. (Front) Angel Middaugh, Kenny White, Julie Kelly, Jeanne Zook, Teresa Knight, Anita Stage, Michele Hall (Middle) Randy Slone, Curt Herman. Bobby Brown. Scott Siegel. Randy Schafer, Biran Thomas, Jodi Long, Brian Kain. (Back) Roy Swafford, Linda LaMee, Mary Turley, Tricia Katz. Holly Hunt. Theresa Griffith, Nicole Ritter. Brad Runyon. Jeff Coffman. Teacher — Mrs. Chris McLain. 126Fourth Grade (Front) Danny Cole, Gene Miller. Dea Reincke, Missy Warner, Olds, Scott McFadden (Back) Tony White. Missy Doolittle. Kim Amy Watson. Heidi Stage. (Middle) Richard Holibaugh, Chris Newland. Lisa Kosier, Tracy Wiljanen, Michie Slone. Allison Cutchall, Billy Stites, Andy Johnson. Corey Wooden, Russell Geer, Teacher — Mrs. Jeannette Randall. (Front) Vicki Christopher, Carol Holibaugh, Mary Randall, Jerry Shelly Hopkins. (Back) Teacher — Mrs. Janet Johnson, Tracy Johnson. Alisa Weller, Tammy Cole. (Middle) Tanya Cail, Willie Green, Shannon Horton. Brian Fowler. Richard Schweikert, Morris. Andy Swafford. Denise Goodman, Loren Devenney. Mark Katz, Tammy Upston. (Not Pictured) Jerry Michielsen. 127Third Grade (Front) Larry Neal. Micheal Shelton. Brian Dietz. Mark Coffman, Todd Clark, Bobby Holcomb, Natalie Shaffer. (Middle) Lisa Smith. Dorman Snyder. Kris Lambert, Timothy Herman, Gary Peters. Jason Rench. Debbie Reynolds. Douglas Scherer. (Back) Teacher — Mr. Harold Torrey. Amy Thomas, Mike Cheeseman, Corey Reincke. Tammy Walker, David Turley. Scott Young, Rebecca Phillips. Tanya Griffith. (Front) Craig Clark, Toni Sheppard, Mike Woods, Shantel Mid-daugh. Mike Loomis, Stacey Willbur. (Middle) Eric Hildebrandt, Barbara Herman. Milissa Cummings. Tony Mains, Loren Selby, Mike Woodman. Chad Sisco. (Back) Teacher — Mrs. VanN- ortwick, Heather Coats. Pat Peters, Tracy Swafford, Edward McDonald, Davie Cole, Lisa Maisner. Dennis Foote. Shawn Thompson. (Not Pictured) Joe Hinspeter.Second Grade (Front) Jess Hiesrodt, Travis Hall, Christina Zook, Brett Cook, Kenny Schaffer. Shawn Crawford. (Middle) Teacher — Mrs. Becky Markham. Aaron Imhof. Jolynnda LaFond, Amy Phillips, Robbie Peterson, Aubrey Watkins, Jennifer Delmont, Shelly Langridge, Angela Leatherman. (Back) Tracy Cole. Chad Thomas, Nickie Stuart, Tim Milne, Scott Stemaly. Trissy Upston. Robie Kilgore, Toby Riddle. (Not Pictured) Lisa Nor-gan. First and Second Grade (Front) Layla Rench, Todd Goheen. Michelle Miller. Leslee Shaffer. Jamie Middaugh, Tara Hampton. (Middle) Joe Segar, Rusty Thomas, Danny Lambert, Melissa White, Robby Payseno, Tonya Jarrell. Teacher — Mrs. Mary Watson. (Back) Sylvia Ackerman, Doug Turley. Angela Caputo, Lonnie Rogers. Brian Miller, Robert Horton, Sarah Pulsipher. (Not Pictured) Laurie Shumway. 129First Grade (Front) Amy Weller. Jodi Scherer. Donny Ball. Robert Ballett. Ryan Groholski, Tonya Price. Shawn Holcomb. (Middle) Jessica Johnson. Eric Stemaly, Richie Baker. Sherry Swafford. Christin Devenney. Greg Katz. Brandy Milne. Sonja James, Bobby Stage. (Back) Michael Prater. Dean Richardson. Stacie Goodman. Judd Sanders. Danica Reincke, April Green. Melanie Geer. Marty Coats, Connie Collyer, Teacher — Mrs. Judy Weatherly. Kindergarten A.M. (Front) Angela Weller. Nancy Zook. Aaron Miller. Becky Brownell, Michael Rodrigeuz, Lisa Shumway (Middle) Brooke Ban-field. Jeanie Michael. Shannon Edwards. Monica Russell. Nathan Shaffer. Stacy Katz. Dana Imhof (Back) Teacher — Miss Merrie Knapp. Arthur Sanders. Chad Stiebeling, Shawn Combs. Shawn Jarrell. Bumper Russell. Gary Rogers. Christopher Willbur. (Not Pictured) Jerry Beasom. 130Kindergarten P.M. (Front) Christy Loomis, Robert James. Jason Shaffer. Brad Knight. Greg Pullen. (Back) Tyler Murphy. Shannon Woods. Cavinder. Lynette Shumway. (Middle) Michelle Griffith, Lesa Steven Baker. Michael Duckham. Teri Keller. Trisha Simmons. Ruddock, Mya Duckett, Toni Clark, Greg Feltner. Jaymee Wendy Kimball. Teacher — Miss Merrie Knapp. Faculty (Front) Mr. Dwight Runyon, Mrs. Mary Stout, Miss Merrie Mr. Harold Torrey. Mrs. Marian Sweet. Mrs. Susan Van Nort- Knapp, Mrs. Mary Ann Watson, Mrs. Chris McLain. (Back) Mrs. wick. Mrs. Janet Johnson. Mrs. Gail Gammons. Mrs. Judy Beverly Bessler. Mrs. Becky Markham, Mrs. Judy Weatherly, Jenkins. Mrs. Jeannette Randall. 131Elementary Special Awards Earned by Eight Students Each year, sixth-grade students compete for three catagories of special awards. They are the Spelling Bee Award, Tammy Fowler Physical Fitness Award, and Dick Spires Citizenship Award. The Tammy Fowler Physical Fitness Award is given to those totaling the most points at a track and field day. The students receiving the Dick Spires Citizenship Award are chosen by classmates and teachers as those with the best attitudes toward schoolwork, teachers, and friends. SPELLING BEE WINNERS Karen McFadden (first), Keri Eberts (second), Brian Kelly (third) TAMMY FOWLER PHYSICAL FITNESS AWARD Danny Yates, Missy Holbrook, Donna Webber DICK SPIRES CITIZENSHIP AWARD Annette Katz, Richard Schondel 132(Back) Co-Captains Annette Katz and Deidre Upston. (Front) Lieutenant Chad Clark. Advisor Mr. Dwight Runyon. Patrollers Keep Crosswalks Safe SAFETY PATROL: (Seated on Ground) Jeff Wright. Andy Morris. Michele Hall. Roy Swafford. Albert Groholske (Seated on Ramp) Teresa Knight. Martha Holbrook. Angel Middaugh. Matt Smith. Julie Kelly, Brad Runyon, Dawn Poole. Keri Eberts. Karen McFadden, Merriann LaFond, Holly Hunt. Theresa Griffith. Laura Selby. (Third Row) Advisor Mr. Dwight Runyon. Curt Herman. Joey Sisco. Patty Burrow, Brian McFadden. Bruce Warner, Tom Summerfield. Leslie Nagel. Nicki Ritter, Mindy Pulsipher, Betsy Pulsipher, Paulette Struwin, Cindy Wilson, Brian Kelly, Bob Goheen. (Fourth Row) Pat Cole. Brian Thomas, Michael Delmont, Stephanie Dietz, Linda LaMee. Randy Schafer. Deidre Upston. Mary Turley. Tricia Katz. Carol Keifer, Linda Brown. Stephanie Horton, Annette Katz, Christine Cappella, Danny Yates, George Feltner. 133Ad(t rfi6 t6PATRONS James E. Bailey, M.D. Ron and Deanna Beam Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Bottoff Mr. and Mrs. Donald Brewer Mr. and Mrs. William Burchfield Loren Burlingame, D.V.M. Mr. and Mrs. James Caputo Mr. and Mrs. Roger Carlson and Family Bosco P. Chan, D.D.S. P.C. Dr. and Mrs. F. J. Chase Stanley R. Ciesielski Dean T. Culver, M.D. Vern and Mary Eberts Mr. and Mrs. Donald R. Farber Dr. James Fletcher Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Friend T. W. Hall, D.D.S. Mr. and Mrs. Harley Hammond Rick and Sally Hammond Robert Heidenreich, D.D.S. G. L. Howe, O.D. H. E. Humphrey, M.D. Mr. and Mrs. Gale Jenkins Donna and Jerry Johnson The Jerry Johnson Family Carlene Kevwitch Arthur and Virginia King Mr. and Mrs. LaVon Klingaman Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kostrzewski Raymond Kranz, D.D.S. Lew and Jean LaViolette Daryl and Mary Leatherbury Mr. and Mrs. Ray E., Toni and Eddie Lewis Robert Lindquist Family Mr. and Mrs. Michael Long and Family A. M. Manohar, M.D. Vern and Janice McAtee D. M. McClaid, O.D. Charles F. Morton, D.D.S. Grant and Shirley Myers Butch and Loretta Neal Gary, Shirley, and Kim Newland Dr. and Mrs. E. W. O'Dell Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Randall Mrs. Tom Randall Research Club Jack and Bonnie Rocco Mrs. Inez Rocho Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Rogers and Family Dr. G. David Rubley Mr. and Mrs. Norman Schafer and Family Schroeder, DeGraw. Kendall and Mayhall, P.C. Dr. and Mrs. Joseph R. Serra Clayton and Carolyn Sherwood Paul and Marian Sweet Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Taylor Mr. and Mrs. Norman Taylor Tekonsha Lions Club Tekonsha P.T.O. Tekonsha Township Library Mr. and Mrs. O. Tetreault Mr. and Mrs. Leon VanHoose Mr. and Mrs. Reid Waffle Mr. and Mrs. Jack Watson Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wiescholek and Family B. G. Young, O.D.Congratulations “Class of 1981” Good Luck in the Future BEAR’S DEN Bear, Jan, and B. J. Johnson Congratulations Class of “81” Nothing Is Impossible for Those Who Communicate. DAIRY KING Ernie and Billie Waffle THE Ph.767-4488 M-60 at 1-69, Tekonsha, Michigan TEKONSHA IDEA COMMITTEE, INC. Compliments of Publisher of the Tekonsha IDEA, a Weekly Newspaper VINCENT’S PAINTING SERVICE Tekonsha, Michigan 136Compliments of MILLIMAN AGENCY INC. 207 Main Street, Tekonsha, Michigan Business: 767-4422 Residence: 767-3316 Compliments of DAVE HAWLEY DISTRIBUTORS INC. Distributors of Amoco Products Congratulations Seniors of Tekonsha High Compliments of THE SOUTHERN MICHIGAN NATIONAL BANK Tekonsha Branch Phone 767-3313 TUFF-CAT Tekonsha, Michigan 137Compliments of BILL’S BARBER SHOP Tekon Truck Plaza Tekonsha, Michigan CORPORATION Congratulations Class of ’81 VILLAGE Flame Sprayed Metal Carbide and Ceramic Coatings VANITY Cindi Baranouski, Mgr. Tekonsha, Michigan Ph. 767-4181 103 Main Street Tekonsha, Michigan BITZ CONSTRUCTION Lumber and Building Materials CO. Congratulations Seniors KEEP General Contractor a 3061 191 ! Mile Road 0 Tekonsha, Michigan G ) £ - Ph. (517) 767-4217 Leo Bitz, Owner MARTINSON Congratulations to the Class of 1981 Phone From Bob and Alice Waffle 767-4179 Owners of Tekonsha, Michigan LIMOUSIN CATTLE 138PRODUCTION CREDIT ASSOCIATION Compliments of BOB KING EXCAVATING Tekonsha, Michigan PRECISION ENGRAVING CO. 828 N. Main St. Tekonsha, Michigan Ph. 767-4151 Steel Marking Tool Specialists 136 N. Main St. Tekonsha, Mich. 49092 Ron Johnson (517) 767-4188 Karl Kincade Tim Marker Doug Rogers First in Farm Credit Congratulations Congratulations Class of “81 From The JOHN CAIL FAMILY John, Elaine, Leonard, and Tanya Compliments of CLIFF’S SPORT GROCERY Tekonsha, Michigan Class of 19SU ©Jt CDiU C 139ekonsha first choice in RV Brake Controllers and RV Accessories — a Tekonsha Engineering Company 537 N Church Street Tekonsha Ml 49092 Phone (517) 767 4142 TIM’S BODY SHOP Tekonsha, Michigan Compliments of PUTNAM FUNERAL HOME Tekonsha, Michigan Compliments of RANDALL FOOD PRODUCTS INC. Tekonsha, Michigan 140PNEUMATIC (Vi LIQUID EVAPORATORJ j=U. I___________V From LA-MAN Corporation Box 32 • Tekonsha, Michigan 49092 Compliments of OO v Congratulations Seniors FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 914 North Main Street Tekonsha, Michigan COFFMAN, INC. Truck Leasing and Trucking 20 yrs. experience Ph. 767-4403 TEKON TRUCK PLAZA Tekonsha, Michigan 49092 Ph. (517) 767-4646 Amoco Restaurant Travel Featuring Breakfast and Dinner Specials Daily C. B. Equipment Open Seven Days a Week — 24 Hours 141SHERWOOD-HOPPS PHARMACY Family Prescription Center 129 Main St. Tekonsha, Ml 49092 Phone (517) 767-3474 Hours: Mon.-Fri. 8:45-6; Sat. 8:45-1 Clayton Sherwood R.Ph. Craig R. Hopps, R.Ph. 767-4506 767-3196 142 TRENT’S SWEEPER SHOP 125 Main St. Tekonsha, Michigan 49092 Ph. 767-3225 NEWT’S MARKET Jim and LuAnne Warkozeski 950 North Main Street Tekonsha, Michigan Compliments of JENKINS STANDARD Ph. 767-8517 Tekonsha, Michigan DAVIS BROS. SERVICE 1-69 and M-60 Tekonsha, Michigan Ph.767-4723 DON MOORE’S FARM FRESH MEATS, INC. Homer, Michigan Wholesale — Retail Phone 568-4141 TEKONSHA SPORT SHOPPE Thousands of Sports Cards Team Sport Helmet Lamps Sporting Goods Iron-on Transfers Converse Shoes Voit Balls Varsity Jackets Wilson Supplies 205 N. Main St. Phone 517-767-3432 143Congratulations to the Class of “81” From HORTON GRAIN COMPANY 4510 US - 27 North Route 1 Tekonsha, Michigan Compliments of MARKING MACHINE CO. 114 Main Street Tekonsha, Michigan Compliments of GREEN HARDWARE More Than Just Nuts and Bolts Tom and Linda Bucholtz Tekonsha, Michigan Compliments of Congratulations Class of “81” KAY’S PLACE ALLAN D. MENDELSOHN, D.O. 118 N. Main St. Tekonsha, Michigan 101 Church Street Ph. 767-3449 Tekonsha, Michigan 49092 144Congratulations Seniors THORNTON’S SALES SERVICE PAT’S FLOWERS AND GIFTS Wheel-Horse Lawn and Garden Equipment Phone: 767-4604 Tekonsha, Michigan 714 South Hillsdale Street Homer, Michigan Best Wishes From MID-MICHIGAN TELEPHONE CORP. P.O. Box 188 Homer, Michigan 49245 Just when you get to like Ken Keeton, Glen Newton — Sales Lew Wells — Sales Car Sales, Rental and Leasing Burlington, Michigan Phone: 517-765-2184 321 23 Mile Road Homer, Michigan 49245 145Union City, Michigan Phone 741-8731 Congratulations To The Class Of ’81 From HAWKEN’S FURNITURE STORE Congratulations to the Class of “81” From ystyxnfo °l xn i 104 Woodruff Street Union City, Ml 49094 (517)741-3605 Catering to the Sportsman's Needs, Individual or Team Harold and Penny Siler Owners of Union City, Michigan Levis Headquarters and School Color Varsity Jackets ALBRIGHT BUILDERS SUPPLY CORP STEVE MATTHIES CHEVY TOWN USA 8480 M-60 East, Union City, Michigan 49094 Complete Home Center Union City, Michigan MiiiWfUiai 1 Am as close 38 Your Telephone Steve Matthies, Owner Bus. (517) 741-4861 New and Used Cars and Trucks (616) 964-9037 BRAY MOTOR SALES INC. Union City, Michigan Honesty and Fair for over 50 years now. Phone: 741-9711 741-5041 WHIFFLETREE LAKESIDE Golf, Dining, and Cocktails 8962 R Drive South Burlington, Mich. Compliments of 2 miles N. of M-60 between 8 and 9 Mi. Rds. North of Cedar Park Camp Grounds GIRARD COUNRYSTORE Open Year Around Phone: (517) 765-2232 In Downtown Girard Ph. 278-8003 147KNIEF-HEATER INSURANCE All Kinds Phone 517-741-5861 215 N. Broadway Union City, Ml 49094 AREY’S HARDWARE Phone 765-2648 Burlington, Michigan 49029 Hardware — General Merchandise Bottled Gas — Pittsburgh Paints “Where you find the unexpected” CALL COLLECT Mother Earth’s (517) 765-2800 Greenhaus R 1 517-741-7920 DOROTHY WARNER 9678 EAST M-60 HEINOLD HOG VERONICA WARNER ROUTE 2 MARKETS UNION CITY, Ml 49094 ON M-60 4 MILES WEST OF 1-69 WEDDING SERVICE • WIRE SERVICE • CUT FLOWERS Rick Hall Burlington, Michigan 49029 GREEN PLANTS • LAWN ORNAMENTS NBC GROHOLSKI BEAUTY SALON REALTY INC. 304 Leroy St. 10105 M-60 West Burlington, Ml 49029 Burlington, Michigan Ph. 517-765-2674 Betty J. Groholski Phone Associate Broker (517)765-2112 Wed.- Fri. 4:30-9:00 p.m. Farms • Commercial • Residential Sat. 9:00-3:00 Carol Hughes Owner UNION CITY STUART DRY CLEANERS AND 303 N. Broadway STUART Union City, Mich. 49094 Mon.-Fri. 8-5 Attorneys at Law Sat. 9-12 a.m. Ph. 741-5071 Mark F. Stuart 121 Vi W. Michigan Ave. Russell and Donna Crandall (616) 781-3928 Marshall, Mich. 49068 148 Compliments of Compliments of DAVID JEWELERS cm SJuttk) 142 W. Michigan Ave., Marshall, Michigan 49068 David Jewelers Has Necklaces, Diamonds, Watches, and Other Fine Jewelry. 120 E. Michigan Marshall, Ml 49068 616-781-8907 Congratulations to the Class of ’81 K 'In LOUIE’S VtJ BAKERY I 144 W. Michigan Marshall, Michigan I I Dhnne: 781-3542 REDFIELD BROS. CORNWELL’S INC. TURKEY HOUSE Your GE Appliance Dealer in Marshall . - j j|f|f O’Brien Paints and Hardware 105 Redfield Plaza Marshall, Michigan Phone (616) 781-3948 "‘%uaU G mpajn jf in Marshall Quality Clothing at Reasonable Prices “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 1 15V2 Mile Rd. and N Drive North Marshall, Michigan 149FARM BUREAU INSURANCE , • GROUP Larry Robinson 15299 Walters Drive Marshall, Mich. Ph.616-781-8225 Bachman- Huntington Insurance Agency 223 W M«h Ave Ma.sh.tll MI4‘. to8 Phont (616' 8' 816 Reps: Norma 6 Rebecca Bach na Hom ow»»eis ( arm Owf -is Cornhwr. «jl Aulob I t(r Mike Mitchell 15151 C Drive North Marshall, Mich. Ph.: 616-781-2849 Compliments From FARM BUREAU INSURANCE Auto, Farm Owner, Home Owner, Mobile Home, Commercial and Life STAGECOACH INN Food and Spirits Marshall, Michigan CHAPMAN TRACTOR SALES, INC. Ph. 781-3571 Since 1929 Lawn Mowers Ski-Doo Snowmobiles McCulloch Chain Saws Mon.-Fri. 8-5:30 1003 W. Michigan Sales and Repairs ‘Wheel Horse Riding Tractor Phone 781-3951 Sat. 8-1 PM Marshall WOLVERINE MOTOR SUPPLY CO. See Us for Repair Parts for Autos, Trucks, and Agricultural Equipment 103 E. Marshall Marshall, Michigan Phone: (616) 781-2830 Congratulations Seniors HAIR STYLES BY FERRARI 110 West Michigan Avenue Marshall, Michigan Phone: 781-2243 150BACK TO BASICS INC. Levis 205 W. Michigan Ave. Marshall, Mich. 616-781-7461 SQUARE NAIL CRAFTS Mill, 112 Michigan Ave. - :. “Li — Marshall, Ml 49068 II-.IKWI-I Ph. 781-6569 Compliments of BOSHEARS FORD SALES, INC. 15081 W. Michigan, Marshall, Michigan Phone: (616)781-3981 MOORE INSURANCE AGENCY ALL FORMS OF INSURANCE 123 West Michigan Ave. Marshall, Mich. 49068 Phone: (616) 781-4265 Congratulations to the Class of ’81 Compliments of YANKO’S DINETTE Open 6 a.m.-7 p.m. 129 W. Michigan Marshall, Mich. 49068 Ph. 781-3175 G V E S S 1 C) N - f MEMBER v iriA FKOTECIIM. YOUk RIHiRt V--- ----------- A N C A “Serving the Marshall Tekonsha area for three generations.” r C j h Compliments of LAUTENSLAGER- LIPSEY Televisions, Appliances, and Microwaves Locations in Albion and MarshallCompliments and Best Wishes From BROOKS APPLIANCE COMPANY Brooks Building Marshall, Mich. 49068 Tel. 616-781-3993 Compliments of MARSHALL EVENING CHRONICLE 115 S. Grand Street Marshall, Michigan 49068 JOHN BEDIENT (616) 781-2222 Publisher 781-3943 Compliments of HOWELL, OSBOURNE, and CO., P.C. Certified Public Accountants 307 W. Michigan Avenue Marshall, Michigan 49068 Ph. 781-2855 Compliments of HOLBROOK CLEVELAND’S MEN’S WEAR in “friendly” Marshall 128 W. Michigan Ave. Marshall, Mich. 49068 Town Country Gift Shoppe of Marshall vi; a MASTER C HAR(»E Store Hours. Monday thru Saturday 10.00 am to Vk pm Phone: 781-251 I 2 W Michigan, Marshall, Michigan REDMAN’S PAINTS WALLPAPER 127 W. Michigan Marshall, Michigan Phone (616) 781-8366 C0 Zf fi'4 FURNITURE CO. 872 East Michigan Avenue Marshall, Michigan 49068 Dan Stockel Phone Owner (616)781-3224 RONAN KUNZL, INC. Marshall, Michigan 49068 152GOOD’S SALES SERVICE Allis Chalmers Farm Equipment Lawn and Garden Equipment Polaris Snowmobiles Artie Cat Snowmobiles 7800 15V2 Mi. Rd., South Marshall, Ml Ph.: 616-781-2617 irdCPenney —”'5 ' Men’s Plain Pockets.™ j H All our Plain Pockets for men are V ’ on sale. Cords, V Denims, Flared or 1 straight leg. The big difference between j fc. } us and them is the J pocket. And the i J price. In ' j polyester cotton. Men’s sizes. j 58 W. Chicago St. ' Coldwater, Michigan Sa It Best With SARGENT’S FLOWERS 896 Capital S.W., Battle Creek, Ml 227 W. Michigan, Marshall, Ml CHRISTIAN BOOK STORE 38 N. Monroe Coldwater, Michigan Phone: (517) 278-6575 “The grass withers, and the flower falls, but the word of the Lord stands forever.” NIV WflburS -f-UPN Tl PF Ur.— 4-8 South Monroe St. Coldwater, Michigan 49036 Congratulations “Since 1877” 3rd Floor Sound Room Pioneer — Marantz 34-36 W. Chicago St. Coldwater, Michigan 278-2664 Congratulations From J [ W E L R Y Coi.dwater. Michica.n 49036 153 — Compliments Of — Go to the LION’S DEN SiAoppwt - GuCoU For the Fashions You Want. It’s a Whole Shop Devoted to Clothes for Young Men Only. When You're Scratching For Business Call 279-9764 Or 279-9765 57 South Monroe S., Coldwater, Mich. 49036 pit f 99 mwf V KARBM 517-279-7172 fo MIN o W WOMIN It ft, 0 • nit v of 52 W. Chicago St. Coldwater, Michigan LEO’S BARBER SHOP John Lewis 26 S. Monroe Street (across From The Fire Station) Coldwater, Michigan 49036 Compliments of (3u£ 0- MAX LARSON FORD JCWCLRV Order Your Custom Made Class or School Ring 410 E. Chicago St. Coldwater, Mich. 49036 Phone 517-278-5661 With 2 to 4 Weeks Delivery Phone — 279-9452 7 W. Chicago St. Coldwater, Michigan 49036 COLDWATER CARROLL’S DAILY REPORTER SHOES Coldwater, Ml 49036 “A Perfect Fit Every Time" Read the REPORTER for All the News An Invited Guest in 9,000 Homes 15 West Pearl Street 278-2318 154SHORT SON INC. Where Service Makes the Difference 202 Morse, Coldwater, Michigan 49036 Phone 517-278-8411 Best Wishes to All Graduates Nobody earn do it like McDonald’s can ™ m ■McDonald's I ■ I® Coldwater Congratulations Class of 1981 Compliments of Have a Coke And a Smile! Coldwater, Michigan CREATIVE SENIOR PORTRAITS In Every Person There Is A Beauty And A Sensitivity ... This Is What I Strive To Bring Out In My Portraiture. AROUSFI PORTRAITURE by PHILBRICK 62 Division St. Coldwater, Michigan 155Compliments of the 1980-1981 STUDENT COUNCIL (Back) Cindy Schafer, Gloria Tetreault, Sharon Sellers, Snyder, Rick Kostrzewski, Toni Reimer. Roger Wilson. (Not Ruth Hitchcock. Loren Phillips, Butch Neal. (Front) Mrs. Pictured) Terri Kempton, and Deana Yates. Carlson, Kevin Reincke, Bob Wiescholek, Jane Shedd, Matt ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS In the hopeless quest of extending a hand of appreciation to all the faithful contributors who put forth their own special efforts toward the 1981 yearbook, we say a big "thank you.” Words can't express the sincere appreciation that we feel for our advisor, Mrs. Sally Hammond, for all her endless hours of work and supervision. Also, this year's yearbook staff deserves praise for all their accomplishments, because without them this book would not be. Pictures are what make a yearbook special, and thanks to photographer, Mr. George Murphy, and student photographer, Rick Kostrzewski’s efforts this characteristic comes true. Taylor Publishing Company’s representative, Mr. Lee Zimmerman, has also been a big help for all his advice and guidance. We would also like to thank Mrs. Mary Leatherbury and Mrs. Marci Johnson for all the behind-the-scenes assistance they've given in organizing and making announcements for the staff. Thank you also to the faculty and administration for their cooperation on picture days. Especially in these trying times, we would like to offer a special thanks to all the Advertisers, Patrons, and Subscribers who have contributed toward this year’s yearbook. Your financial aide and assistance are very much appreciated. All in all, we have enjoyed working on this yearbook, and we sincerely hope it will bring many lasting memories. Thank you. Sincerely, Cindy Schafer Cheryl Doolittle 1981 INDIAN Co-Editors 156SENIOR ACTIVITIES BRIAN L. ALDRICH . . . Football — 2. 3. 4; Track — 3. 4; Vo-Ed 3, 4; Mock Elections — Voted Always in the Hall. MICHAEL E. BAKER TIMOTHY B BEAM . . Football — 1. 2. 3. 4; Baseball — 1, 2. 3. 4; Basketball — 1,2; Varsity Club — 3, 4; Honorary State of Michigan Competitive Scholarship; Baseball All League — Pitcher and Most Valuable JILL BLAKE .. . Band — 1, 2; Track — 1; Class Secretary — 1, 2; Class Treasurer — 3. 4; Homecoming Court — 3; Honor Student — 4; Honorary State of Michigan Competitive Scholarship. CHERYL LYN DOOLITTLE . . Basketball 1. 2; Track — 1. 2. 3. 4; Band — 1; Journalism — 2, 3, 4; IDEA Co-Editor — 3; Indian Co-Editor — 4; Varsity Club — 2. 3. 4. Powderpuff Football — 3.4 ROBIN KAY DOOLITTLE . . . Band 1, 2, 3. 4; Volleyball - 2, 3; Talented and Gifted Program — 3. 4; Journalism — 3; Class Secretary — 3; Powderpuff Football — 3; Tekonsha Players — 3; Homecoming Court — 4; Class Vice-President 4; Vo-Ed 4; Work Experience — 4; Honor Student 4; Outstanding Business Student Award — 4; Mock Elections Voted Best Artist and Best Musician; John Philip Sousa Music Award; KCC Board of Trustees Scholarship; Honorary State of Michigan Competitive Scholarship. SCOTT DOOLITTLE . . . Football — 1. 2. 3. 4; Track - 4; Basketball — 1.2; Varsity Club — 3. 4; All-League Football Second Team — 4; All-Area Honorable Mention 4; Class President — 2; Vo-Ed — 4; Honor Student — 4; Outstanding Vo-Ed Award; Honorary State of Michigan Competitive Scholarship. SCOTT EISHEN . Band - 1. 2. 3; Vo-Ed 3; Work Experience — 4. MICHELLE JEAN GEORGE . . . Basketball — 1. 2. 3. 4; Track 1. 2. 3. 4; Volleyball — 4; Varsity Club — 2. 3. 4; Cheerleading — 1. 2. 3. 4; Homecoming Court — 2. 4; Journalism 3. 4; IDEA Co-Editor — 4; Cabaret — 3. 4; Powderpuff Football — 3. 4; Most Improved Basketball. SUSAN LYNN GEORGE . . . Track — 1. 2. 3. 4; Basketball — 1. 2. 3, 4; Voted Most Improved — 2; Voted Most Dedicated — 3; All League Team — 3; All Area Honorable Mention — 4; Cheerleading — 1. 2. 3. 4; Band — 1. 2. 3. 4; Majorette — 1. 2. 4; Homecoming Queen — 4; Varsity Club 2. 3. 4; Cabaret — 1.2. 3. 4; Powderpuff Football — 3, 4; Honor Student — 4; Mock Elections — Voted Most Popular. Most All Around and Best Athlete. THEODORE ROBERT GROHOLSKE . . . Basketball — 1. 2. 3. 4; All-League — 4; Sharp Shooter — 3; Track — 1. 2. 3. 4; Most Valuable — 2. 3; Varsity Club — 2. 3. 4; Co-President — 4; Class Vice-President — 3; Mock Elections — Voted Always Late and Class Chatterbox. Work Experience — 3. 4. Most Dedicated — Track — 4. MELANIE ANN JOHNSON . Volleyball 1. 2. 3. 4; Track — 1. 2; Varsity Club — 1. 2. 3. 4; Band — 1. 2. 3. 4; Pep Band — 1. 2. 3; Powderpuff Football — 3; Vo-Ed — 4; Class President — 4. TERESA LYNN KEMPTON . Basketball — 1; Student Council — 4; Work Experience — 4. Cabaret — 4; Band — 1.2; Drama Club — 3; Honor Student — 4; Gifted and Talented Program — CYNTHIA R. LAFOND . . . Volleyball — 1; Band - 1; Cabaret — 3; Drama Club — 4; Vo-Ed — 3. 4. JERRY LANGRIDGE . . Work Experience — 4; Honor Student — 4; Mock Elections Voted Quietest. FANNY MILLER. . . Vo-Ed 4. CATHLEEN SUE OLDS . . . Band — 1. 2. 4; Vo-Ed — 3. 4; Choir — 1.2; Mock Elections — Voted Quietest JANE LYNN OLDS . . . Band — 1. 2; Volleyball — 2. 3. 4; Varsity Club — 4; Mock Elections — Voted Always Late and Always in the Hall. SCOTT L RANDALL . . . Track — 2; Band — 1. 2; Work Experience — 4; Journalism — 4. KIM RENE REINCKE . . . Basketball — 1. 2. 3. 4; Volleyball — 2. 3. 4; Class Secretary — 4; Varsity Club — 4; Work Experience — 4; Michigan Business Schools Association (MBSA) Scholarship — 4; Powderpuff — 3. 4; Honor Student — 4; Mock Elections — Voted Sweetest and Easiest To Get Along With; Home Economics Award; Most Dedicated Basketball 4 CINDY A. SCHAFER . . . Journalism — 2. 3. 4. IDEA Co-Editor — 3; Indian Business Manager — 3; Indian Co-Editor 4; Student Council Treasurer — 4; Band 1. 2; Pep Band 1. 2; Cabaret — 2. 4; Powderpuff Football — 3. 4; Work Experience — 4. Mock Elections — Voted Easiest To Get Along With. JANE M SHEDD . Basketball — 1. 2. 3. 4; Voted Most Improved 3; Track — 1. 2; Cheerleading 1. 2. 3. 4. Cheerleading Captain — 4; Varsity Club — 2. 3. 4. Co-President — 4 Student Council — 3. 4; Band — 1. 2. 3. 4; Band Board — 4; Drama Club — 3; Salutatorian — 4; Western Michigan University Academic Scholarship; Mock Elections — Voted Most Likely To Succeed and Most School Spirit; KCC Board of Trustees Scholarship; Honorary State of Michigan Competitive Scholarship. TODD LEE SHERWOOD . . Football — 1. 2. 3. 4; All League Team Defense — 4; All Area Team Offense 4; Basketball — 1. 2. 3. 4. Baseball — 1. 2. 3. 4; Track — 1; Steve Weller Award — 1; Class Vice-President — 1; Varsity Club — 3. 4. Homecoming Court — 4; Valedictorian — 4; Mock Elections — Voted Most Likely to Succeed and Most Popular; TEA Scholarship; Michigan State University Academic Scholarship; KCC Board of Trustees Scholarship. Math Award; Honorary State of Michigan Competitive Scholarship; Baseball All-League — Outfielder 4; Best Back — Football — 4 JAMIE MARIE SISCO .. . Cheerleading 1. 2. 3; Varsity Club — 1. 2. 3. 4; Cabaret — 2. 3. 4; Powderpuff — 3. 4; Choir — 3. 4; Mock Elections — Voted Class Clown and Class Chatterbox. MATTHEW SCOTT SNYDER . Student Council — 3. 4; Work Experience — 3. 4; Mock Elections — Voted Best Artist and Sweetest. MARK SUMMERFIELD . . . Football — 1. 2; Baseball — 1. 2; Basketball — 1. 2. 4; Wrestling 3; Work Experience — 4. Honor Student — 4; Honorary State of Michigan Competitive Scholarship. JAMES D. SWAFFORD . . . Vo-Ed — 4; Mock Elections — Voted Best Dressed and Easiest To Get Along With. GLORIA G. TETREAULT . .. Basketball — 1. 2. 3; Voted Most Improved — 2; Track — 1. 2.3. 4; Cheerleading — 2. 3. 4; Band — 1. 2. 3. 4; Choir — 3; Cabaret — 1. 3. 4. Mistress of Ceremonies — 4; Varsity Club — 2. 3. 4; Student Council — 3. 4; Vice-President — 4; Homecoming Court —1.4; Mock Elections — Voted Most Flirtatious and Best Dressed. BRYAN SCOTT WAFFLE . . . Football — 2. 3. 4; All-Area Honorable Mention — 4. Basketball — 1. 2. 3. 4; Sharp Shooter — 4; All League Second Team — 4; Baseball — 1. 2. 3. 4; Track — 4; Gifted and Talented Program — 2. 3; Varsity Club — 3. 4; Class President — 3; Class Vice-President — 2; Honor Student — 4; Homecoming Court — 4; Mock Elections — Voted Best Athlete. Most Flirtatious and Most All-Around; Science Award; Honorary State of Michigan Competitive Scholarship; Baseball All-League — Infielder and Highest Batting Average — 4; Athlete of the Year — 4 LORI WASHBURN . . Drama Club — 4. Vo-Ed — 4. Honorary State of Michigan Competitive Scholarship. ROBERT D. WIESCHOLEK . . . Football — 1. 2. 3. 4. Co-Captain — 4; Wrestling — 1, 2, 3; Voted Most Dedicated — 2. 3; Band — 1. 2. 3. 4; Drama Club — 3. 4; Cabaret — 1. 2. 3. 4. Master of Ceremonies — 4; Homecoming Court — 3. 4; Homecoming King — 4; Choir — 3. 4; Journalism — 3. 4; Indian Business Manager — 4; Varsity Club — 3. 4; Track — 4; DAR Citizenship Award — 4; Student Council — 2. 3. 4. Representative — 2. Vice-President — 3. President — 4; Band Board — 4; Mock Elections — Voted Best Musician. Class Clown and Most School Spirited; Drama Award; Most Valuable and Most Valuable Lineman — Football — 4; All-League and All-Area Teams. All-State Honorable Mention — 4. DEANA LOUISE YATES . . . Basketball — 1; Volleyball — 2. 3; Track — 1.2; Student Council — 2. 3. 4. Representative — 2. 4. Secretary — 3; Band — 1. 2. 3. 4; Drama Club — 1; Powderpuff Football — 3. 4; Work Experience — 4; Honor Student. RALF F. ZEITLER . . Football — 4; All League Team — 4; All Area Team — 4; Track — 4; Varsity Club — 4; Homecoming Court — 4; Work Experience — 4; Exchange Student From W Germany. 157158No one can take away the great times of the past; Like our friendships, The special events And our personal accomplishments. Through it all we will look back and realize that These are our special memories. 159

Suggestions in the Tekonsha High School - Indian Yearbook (Tekonsha, MI) collection:

Tekonsha High School - Indian Yearbook (Tekonsha, MI) online yearbook collection, 1978 Edition, Page 1


Tekonsha High School - Indian Yearbook (Tekonsha, MI) online yearbook collection, 1979 Edition, Page 1


Tekonsha High School - Indian Yearbook (Tekonsha, MI) online yearbook collection, 1980 Edition, Page 1


Tekonsha High School - Indian Yearbook (Tekonsha, MI) online yearbook collection, 1982 Edition, Page 1


Tekonsha High School - Indian Yearbook (Tekonsha, MI) online yearbook collection, 1983 Edition, Page 1


Tekonsha High School - Indian Yearbook (Tekonsha, MI) online yearbook collection, 1984 Edition, Page 1


1985 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1970 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1972 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1965 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1983 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1983 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals
Are you trying to find old school friends, old classmates, fellow servicemen or shipmates? Do you want to see past girlfriends or boyfriends? Relive homecoming, prom, graduation, and other moments on campus captured in yearbook pictures. Revisit your fraternity or sorority and see familiar places. See members of old school clubs and relive old times. Start your search today! Looking for old family members and relatives? Do you want to find pictures of parents or grandparents when they were in school? Want to find out what hairstyle was popular in the 1920s? E-Yearbook.com has a wealth of genealogy information spanning over a century for many schools with full text search. Use our online Genealogy Resource to uncover history quickly! Are you planning a reunion and need assistance? E-Yearbook.com can help you with scanning and providing access to yearbook images for promotional materials and activities. We can provide you with an electronic version of your yearbook that can assist you with reunion planning. E-Yearbook.com will also publish the yearbook images online for people to share and enjoy.