Tekonsha High School - Indian Yearbook (Tekonsha, MI)

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THE 1982 INDIAN ROSE D. WARWICK HIGH SCHOOLFRIENDS Time we spent together just goofing around going to movies cruising downtown. The money we borrow the stuff we lend trading off clothes and swapping back again. Sharing our secrets about that one special guy losing our heads when a "fox" walks by. Those times with friends we don't ever regret with all the special memories we will never forget. 2HOMECOMING ’81 The Junior class of "83" picked October 2 as the night of Homecoming 1981. The cheerleaders sponsored Spirit week. Among the activities were toga day, hillbilly day, picture day, North Adams "nerd" day, and of course, red and white day. Chosen to reign over the week's events were homecoming queen Verli Stefan and king Tony Jenkins. This year's homecoming opponent was North Adams. Unfortunately the Rams came out on top by a score of 33 to 8. Afterwards all students flocked to the gym for the traditional homecoming dance. "Just Between You and Me" was chosen as the theme. "Northern Lights" provided music as well as a light show. "Appliances" was chosen as the float theme this year. The Junior high took first with their "mixer” while the seniors took second with a "washer" and third went to the sophomores for their "iron." The 1982 Homecoming Queen Verli Stefan and King Tony Jenkins Senior attendant, Lynette Selby escort Mark Warner Senior attendant Angela Ray escort Dave Sweet 4Junior attendant, DeAnn Johnson escort Sophomore attendant, Lisa Burrow escort Kevin Freshman attendant, Lori Caputo escort Todd Brown Reincke Brad White Eighth grade attendant, Penny Neal escort Terry White Seventh grade attendant, Rainee Knight escort Ron Warsop 5CABARET "THE OLD WEST" The 1961-82 Student Council presented the annual Cabaret on March 20, to a standing-room-only audience. Lynette Selby and Mark Warner, Mistress and Master of Ceremonies this year, dressed as a dance hall girl and a gambler to set off this year's 'western' theme. The Student Council donated this year's profits from the Cabaret to the Community Track Fund and to the 1982 INDIAN yearbook. A lot of time and effort went into the production of the Cabaret by the Student Council members and their friends and Mrs. Vilma Carlson, their advisor. This Page: (Top) Mistress and Master of Ceremonies. Lynette Selby and Mark Warner welcome the audience. (Above) The stage band plays one of its many songs performed throughout the evening. (Left) Nadine Goheen sings the theme song, "Cabaret.” Opposite Page: (Top Left) Amber Warner dances and sings "Everything Old is New Again." (Top Right) Stephanie Horton and Annette Katz perform and sing to the old-time favorite, "Playmates." (Bottom Left) Allison Geer sings "He's Listening." (Bottom Right) Jeff Coffman plays his bass guitar to the tune of "Rocky Top." 67PROM AND BANQUET JUNIOR-SENIOR 1982 PROM One hundred and one persons attended this year's Junior-Senior Prom and Banquet which was held at the Wilder Creek Conservation Club in Marshall. Music was provided by Mr. Ron Goodwin of Northern Lights with the theme song being "Sail On" by the Commodores. The guests were served dinner which was catered by Mrs. Janey Smith of Homer. All in all, everyone had a great time and enjoyed the evening. (Above Right) Todd Brown and his date, Nancy Thompson, dance to one of the many songs played by Northern Lights. (Right) The Faculty and Administration enjoy their meals. (Below and Bottom Right) Couples start the night off by dancing to the Junior-Senior Prom theme song, "Sail On." 8(Above Left) The head table anxiously awaits dessert ... the Prom cake prepared by Mrs. Gladys Pileri. (Above) Lynette Selby and Doug Kempcon dance the night away. (Left) Juniors and seniors and their dates wait in line to receive their meals. (Bottom Left) Junior and senior class advisors and their spouses visit with Mr. and Mrs. Norman Taylor. (Below) This year’s foreign exchange student, Qaudia daCosta, dances a fast one’ with her date, another exchange student from Brazil. 9Mr. Roger Carlson Superintendent Mrs. Mary Leatherbury Secretary ■■BIPI SCHOOL BOARD: (Left to Right) Mr. Roy Spires, President; Mr. Steve Pulsipher. Trustee; Mr. Nelson Shedd, Vice President; Mr. Robert Hinspeter, Trustee; Mr. Edwin Shumway. Treasurer; Mrs. Nancy Coffman. Trustee; Mrs. Yvonne Lindquist, Secretary. 10A T D R M A I T N I I O S N Dr. Joseph Serra Principal H r -:1 4: Mr. Robert Currie Counselor. Boys Track. GirlsJ.V. Basketball Mr. Arthur King Business ManagerMr. Tony Bowling Biology, Advanced Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Life Science, Girls Varsity Basketball, Girls Track Mrs. Vilma Carlson Practical English, Speech, English, Spanish, Composition and Literature Mr. Roger Maples Science 7,8, Inside Michigan, Introduction to Agriculture Mr. Wayne Mason Shop I and 11, Shop 7 and 8, Mechanical DrawingMr. Kevin McMullin Sr. High and Jr. High Band and Choir, Elementary Bands, Music Appreciation Mr. Larry Stout Jr. High and Sr. High Girls Boys Physical Education, Intermediate Algebra, Mini Courses, Boys Varsity Basketball and Baseball Mr. Duane Richardson State and Local Government, Social Studies 7 and 8, Business and Careers Mr. Paul Sweet Typing I and II, Accounting,Journalism, Athletic Director 13Mr. Norman Taylor Government, U.S. History, World History, Social Studies Mini Courses, Varsity Volleyball, J.V. Football and Baseball Mr Robert Tyckoski Business Math, Algebra I and II, Geometry, Math 8, Trigonometry, Varsity Football Mrs. Rinette Tyckoski Jr. High Home Economics. Health, Nutrition, Interior Design, Child Development, Consumer Economics, Business Math, J.V. Volleyball Mrs. Carlene Zollner English 8 and 9, Reading 7 14SERVICES Mrs. Karen Friend Librarian Aide, Study Hall Supervisor Mrs. Gladys Pileri Cafeteria Manager COOKS: Mrs. Toni Saltzgaber, Mrs. Anita Waffle. Mrs. Lorene Yates. Mrs. Marlene Reincke. HOT LUNCH CASHIER: Mrs. Sandy Snyder CAFETERIA MANAGER: Mrs. Gladys Pileri. Retirement Gladys A. Pileri became a sub for the Tekonsha School Program in the 1950 s leaving briefly from July I960 to September 1962 to become a member of the Board of Education. She served as treasurer her First year on the Board and then as secretary until her resignation on September 10, 1962, to become assistant cook of the school lunch program. She has served as manager of the lunch program since May 13, 1968. Through the years she has been active in school programs and events, volunteering her time and skills to put on Athletic Banquets, Junior-Senior Banquets. School Board Dinners and the Senior Breakfast. She has also made, decorated and donated cakes for various events. Gladys has always been interested in the young people of the community. She has served as a 4-H Leader, taught art classes and judged entries at the Branch and Calhoun County Fairs. She also has taught adult evening classes in cake decorating. 15SERVICES HIGH SCHOOL CUSTODIANS: Mrs. Sharon Selby, Mr. Earl Samson, Mr .Reid Waffle. BUS MECHANIC: Mr. Leo Hughs A IK M Unfortunately the bus drivers and photographer never reached a mutually acceptable time to pose for the picture. Perhaps next year. 16 ELEMENTARY CUSTODIANS: Mrs. Linda Lambert. Mr. Harry Gallup.(Top Left) Verli Stefan and Lynette Selby give the camera a quick smile before going to 5th hour. (Bottom Left) Cathy Flynn, Frank La-Fond, Toni Rcimer, and Dave Sweet show their school spirit by participating in the "inchworm" race. (Top Right) Some seniors even manage to have a good time in Econ. (Bottom Right) Kevin George demonstrates his best table manners on the Journalism trip to Louds. LINDA LOUISE EISHEN KEVIN EDWARD GEORGE 18 CHRISTINE ADELe'hAMPTON MICHON KATHLEEN HAMPTON L.JAY COHEEN ANGELA FAYE GRIFFITH MARY DAWN GROHOLSKE 19(Above) Kevin Klingaman searches for the hidden marshmallows in a whip cream pie for Spirit Day. (Right) Mary Groholske sucks down a first place in the "Dew sucking" contest with the coaching help of Le Ann Mattson on Spirit Day. 20 HAROLD EUGENE KEMP KEVIN DEAN KLINGAMAN RICHARD KOSTRZEWSKI(Above) The seniors concentrate on a fast, sturdy pyramid. (Left) Mary Groholske and Mary Woods causing double trouble. 21 NINA LOUISE MEIRING(Above) The senior cheering section shows their spirit. (Right) Kevin Klingaman and Mary Groholske lead a cheer for the seniors. (Top Right) Toni Rcimer, Linda Eishen, Joyce Smith and Christina Siegel after a long, rainy day at Kings Island. (Far Right) Site of the 1982 senior trip. Kings Island. 22 TONI MARIE REIMER DEANN RENEE SCHAFER LYNETTE KAYE SELBYSHARON A. SELLERS CHRISTINA MARIE SIEGEL JOYCE ELAINE SMITH 23Opposite Page: (Top) I.ynette Selby and Tony Jenkins look at magazines to pass the time on the way to Kings Island. (Bottom) Some students in Econ working on their taxes. This Page: (Above Left) Kevin George, Scot Thornton. Judy McAtee and Dave Sweet watch their classmates on Spirit Day. (Above Right) Tony Jenkins and Kevin George hard at work in Advanced Biology. (Left) Not even an hour’s wait in rainy 50° weather can damped the seniors spirits. 25SENIORS A MEMORABLE YEAR The 1981-82 school year started on August 26th. The senior class chose as their president, Frank LaFond, vice-president Sharon Sellers, secretary Angela Griffith and treasurer Cathy Flynn. Student Council representatives were Marty Farber and Rick Kostrzewski. Homecoming was their first senior activity. Tony Jenkins and Verli Stefan were chosen as king and queen. Lynette Selby, Mark Warner, Angela Ray and Dave Sweet served as attendants. In the float competition they placed second with a "washer." Fall Festival rolled along and the class decided on a turkey raffle. Soon came candy sales with the seniors breaking the school record by earning $1,500. May 7th at 10:00 a.m. the seniors took off to Kings Island for "Grad Nite." In spite of the rain and cold weather everyone had a good time. They returned home at 8:00 a.m. tired, but with a lot of happy memories. May 14 was senior skip day at Pikagon State Park in Angola, Indiana. Everyone spent the day eating, swimming and soaking up the sun. May 15 the Junior-Senior Prom was held at Wilder Creek Conservation Club in Marshall. Entertainment was provided by Northern Lights. May 21st was "senior exit day" with awards being given out and wills, prophecy and mock elections read. (Top) Salutatorian Toni Reimer and Valedictorian Tony Jenkins. (Center) CLASS OFFICERS: Angela Griffith, secretary; Cathy Flynn, treasurer. Sharon Sellers, vice-president; Frank LaFond, president; Kevin McMullin, advisor. (Bottom) HONOR STUDENTS: Kim Myers, Rick Kostrzewski. Salutatorian Toni Reimer. Lynette Selby. Valedictorian Tony Jenkins. Frank LaFond, Kevin George. Cathy Flynn. Nancy Thompson, Nina Meiring. 26ANEW CHALLENGE On May JOth, the Tekonsha High School Seniors paraded anxiously down the gymnasium aisle. They chose as their colors maroon and silver. The class song was "Turn the Page" by Bob Seger. The invocation was given by Lynette Selby who was followed by Frank LaFond welcoming parents, friends and underclassmen. Toni Reimer then gave the traditional Salutatorian's speech. Everyone then heard from the Tekonsha High School Band playing "Cimmaron." From there, Kim Myers took over with the class motto; "If you can imagine it ... you can achieve it. If you can dream it . .. you can become it." The past thirteen years were recalled by Cathy Flynn and Nina Meiring as they read the class history. Once again the Tekonsha High School Band was heard, this GRADUATION time playing "Celebration." Tony Jenkins gave the Valedictorian's speech followed by Dr. Joseph Serra recognizing and presenting awards. Frank LaFond returned to the podium in recognition of the senior class advisor, Mr. Kevin McMullin. School superintendent, Mr. Roger Carlson took ovet by presenting the class of 1982 to School Board President Mr. Roy Spires, and the diplomas were handed out. Rick Kostrzewski closed the services with the benediction and the recessional followed. Baccalaureate services were held on May 28. The sermon, entitled "The Parable of the Dandelion," was given by Rev. Ted Newcomb. He was accompanied during the service by Rev. John Cail and Rev. Leon Pohl. (Upper Left) The seniors await their entrance. (Upper Right) Toni Reimer gives the salutatorian's speech. (Lower Left) Frank LaFond welcomes everyone to commencements. (Lower Middle) Nina Meiring and Cathy Flynn as they review the class history. (Lower Right) Lynette Selby smiles as she walks through the gymnasium.(Upper Left) Tony Jenkins gives Lynette Selby a good luck hug. (Upper Middle) Kim Myers gives the class motto. (Upper Right) Tony Jenkins gives his valedictorian's speech. (Middle) Dave Sweet and Nancy Thompson share a happy but sad moment. (Lower Left) Toni Reimer and Tim Katz congratulate each other. (Lower Right) The seniors await to greet friends. 28JUNIORSJUNIORS ANOTHER BUSY YEAR FOR THE CLASS OF 1983 The junior class had a very busy year once again. On October 2, 1981 they sponsored the Homecoming and held a dance after the football game on Friday with the music of "Northern Lights." After Homecoming Week was all over the juniors held the annual junior class magazine sale as their fund raiser. The junior class went on to win first place for Spirit Week. This makes the third year in a row! In early February the junior prom committee began their plans for the Junior-Senior Prom. The theme was entitled "Sail On” and music was once again provided by "Northern Lights." Brian Beam Steve Bennett Todd Brown Leonard Cail Eric Cappella Michele Caputo Julie Waffle Fred Doolittle Kevin Doolittle Tina Foote Lee Friend Gordon Grinned Randy Harrison Ruth Hitchcock DeAnn Johnson 30John King Dawn Klingaman Lillian LaFond Kathy Lessmann Andy Lewis Melanie McFadden William Michielsen Alton (Butch) Neal Loren Phillips Sharon Pullen Scott Reincke Dori Richar Caryn Stitcs Jeff SummerField Martin Webber Brenda White Lorie White David Wooden Timothy Wright Not Pictured: Ricky Holbrook (Left to Right) Mr. Norman Taylor's 5th hour U.S. History class studies intensely. — Qaudia daCoasta poses for a picture near her locker. Claudia is this year's foreign exchange student from Joao Pessoa, Brazil. 31SOPHOMORES SLOW START The sophomores' first activity for the year was building their homecoming float entitled "Scorch the Rams"; it placed third. (Pictured Below Right) Lisa Burrow and Kevin Reincke were chosen as their homecoming attendants. (Pictured Above Right) At the Fall Festival they had the "Dart Throw," which was a success. The sophomores placed fourth in the spirit week activities. The class of '84 sold Easter candy for their money making project. Later in the year they sponsored the annual "Spring Swing" on April 32. Tony Ball Carol Brewer Bill Burchfield Lisa Burrow Diane Deevers Jill Doolittle Lauri Duckett Dwayne Feltner Kenny Harrison Michelle Henion Tracy Kempt on Missy Langridge Jerry McAtee Scott Mendelsohn Candy Moody 34SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS AND ADVISOR: (Back) Kevin Rein-eke, Vice-President; Missy Langridge, Secretary. (Front) Tracy Kempton, President; Mr. Norman Taylor, Advisor; Diane Deevers, Treasurer. Dale Myers Lisa O'Dell Vern Prater Melissa Pullen Lisa Ray Kevin Reincke Robbie Reincke LeAnn Selby Brandon Shilling Jim Smith Mary Stites Shawn Tetreault Lynette Thompson Howie Upston Kathy VanHoose 35Amber Warner Willa Weller Roger Wilson Kevin Wolcott Ritchie Yates (Top Left) Amber Warner "boogies down!" (Top Right) Brandon Shilling concentrates on his typing assignment. (Bottom Left) The 5th hour English class listens as Mrs. Carlson lectures. (Bottom Right) Cathy VanHoose and Bill Burchfield race down the floor in the wheelbarrow race on Spirit Day. 36Lori Beam Kristina Bergerson Scott Brown Michelle Cappclla Lori Caputo Kimberly Case beer Laurie Christopher Kendra Clark Brent Cold Danny Copeland Carrie Devenney Amy Faurot Donna Feltner Nadine Goheen Darcy Kevwitch Tim Knight David La Fond Scott Long Brenda Michielsen Shelly Myers Linda Nagel Jim O'Dell Sheri Poole Brad Ray Brent Runyon FRESHMAN CLASS STARTING OFF AT THS . .. This year the Class of ’85 successfully completed their first 'big” year in high school. During homecoming their float, entitled, "Burn ’Em Up,” unfortunately didn’t place. They chose as their attendant and escort, Lori Caputo and Brad White. The class sold pizza as a fund raiser and they also sponsored two Victory dances. 38John Samson Marty Shaffer Kevin Smith Alvin Snyder Dean Scayner Clint Stout Tracy Struwin Karrie Swafford Shannon Swick Tish Tctreault Brent and Tisha race to win during Spirit Day activities. Freshmen take a break from Algebra class. Brad Ray tries "feeding" Brad White as Karrie and Sherri hang in there. 39FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS AND ADVISOR Mr. Sweet. Advisor. (L to R) Laurie Christopher vice-president. Kristina Bergcrson, secretary, Lori Beam, treasurer. Marty Shaffer, president. Freshman float entitled. 'Burn 'Em Up." Laurie. Shannon. Nadine and Michelle sit sitting in Algebra class. Freshmen gather together to show their spirit at a football game. David. Darcy. Donna and Bobbi take a break at track practice. 40GOOD START 4-5 FINISH This year the varsity football team placed fifth in the league with a 2-4 record and were 4-5 overall. Robert Tyckoski was the head coach and Reid Waffle was the assistant coach. The season started well with a 3-0 record until the North Adams game which was Tekonsha’s Homecoming, and then their luck changed as they lost their homecoming and the next three games. Four seniors received post-season honors in football. Tony Jenkins received Honorable Mention All-League and All-Area on defense. Scot Thornton received Honorable Mention All-League and All-Area on offense. David Sweet received Honorable Mention All-League on offense and defense and All-Area on defense. Scot Reincke received Honorable Mention All-League and All-Area for offense. THS OPP. 8 Centreville 6 27 Howe 13 24 Litchfield 0 8 North Adams 33 0 Camden Frontier 33 16 Pittsford 31 14 Waldron 41 28 Litchfield 16 6 Burr Oak 7 (Above) Fred Doolittle (9) and Tim Katz wrap up a North Adams ball carrier. TLKQIISHA TEOHil TUlUbtt TUBbkA TEKUASHA teidisha liXlKKA -80 7 SGjj61 ra §B 32 VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM: (Back) Coach Robert Tyckoski. Bill Michielsen, Tony Jenkins, David Sweet, Kevin Klingaman, Lee Friend, Tim Katz, Mark Warner. (Middle) Manager Sean Cain, Eric Cappella, Leonard Cail, Randy Harrison, Todd Brown, Scot Reincke, Kevin George, Scot Thornton, Assistant Coach Reid Waffle. (Front) David Stayner. Tim Wright, Fred Doolittle, Butch Neal, Keven Wolcott, Jeff Summerfield. Manager Kurt Shilling. 42(Top Left) Tony Jenkins. Jeff Summerficld and Dave Sweet "put the hurt" on a North Adams ball carrier. (Top Right) Kevin George goes up over a Terrier defender to score a touchdown. (Left) The team pursues a Ram player. (Above) Fred Doolittle (9) and Scott Reincke (32) try to catch a North Adams running back. 43(Middle) The team and the coaches applaud the announcing of the players lineup. (Right) Players are shouting some words of encouragement. (Above) The coaches discuss some pregame strategy. 44J.V.'S HAVE DISMAL SEASON The 1981 J.V. Football Team had a disappointing season winning only two of seven games. In league play our J.V.s defeated North Adams and Camden-Frontier for a league record of two wins and three losses. The team was small but made up for it in spirit. The team consisted of nine sophomores and ten freshmen and was coached by Norman Taylor and Curt Shaffer. 6 Litchfield 12 16 North Adams 14 JO Camden-Frontier 12 6 Pitts ford 22 0 Waldron 38 8 Burr Oak 28 JUNIOR VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM: (Back) Dean Scayner. Tracy Kempt on, Kenny Harrison, Tony Ball, Scott Osborn, John Sampson, Brad Ray. (Middle) Coach Norman Taylor, Clint Stout. Kevin Reincke, Roger Wildon, Ritchie Yates. Dale Meyers, Marty Shaffer, Coach Curt Shaffer. (Front) Manager Chad Thomas. Brad White. Tim Knight. Shawn Teatrault.Jim Odell. Scott Brown. Alvin Snyder, Manager Kenny Shaffer.AVERAGE YEAR FOR TEAM The Tekonsha Indians Basketball team had a mediocre season with a 12-9 record. The Indians came in second in the league with a 6-4 record. They made up with 8 seniors what they lost in lack of height. Leading in scoring and rebounding this year was Tony Jenkins with 319 points and 178 rebounds. Kevin Klingaman was the sharp shooter from the floor with a 54.8 . Tony Jenkins received All-League. (Above) Scot Thornton goes up with a Terrier shooter as Lee Friend screens out. VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM: (Back) Coach Larry Stout. Tim Katz. Lee Friend. Kevin Klingaman. Dave Sweet. Tony Jenkins, Mark Warner. (Front) Manager Brent Runyon, Kevin George. Brian Beam, Scot Thornton, Frank Lafond. 46IIKOMSHl TEKOMSHi TEKOK TFirniisi TFKnusi 42 j3e t 10 | nwm WmSHiW I W’ ONSHld (Left to Right) Kevin George, Frank Lafond, Mark Warner, Tim Katz, Kevin Klingaman, Dave Sweet, Tony Jenkins, Scot Thornton. 47THS OPP. 65 Centreville 66 50 Burr Oak 34 44 Mendon 48 49 Waldron 38 64 Pittsford 47 54 Burr Oak 33 St.Ph.lUp 59 Colon 60 49 63 50 Camden-Frontier 48 48 Litchfield 44 52 Waldron 55 57 Pittsford 65 59 Litchfield 58 47 Homer 50 63 If Howe Military North Adams 55 48 69 29 North Adams 42 56 Camden-Frontier 54 60 Colon 50 68 Burr Oak 51 DISTRICTS 47 Mendon 67 (Top Left) Three Indians battle for the ball. (Top Right) Mark Warner guns from outside as Scot Thornton and David Sweet trail the play. (Right Middle) David Sweet takes the ball from a Litchfield defender. (Above) Kevin Klingaman goes after the loose ball. 48TEAM GAINS EXPERIENCE The 1981 Boys’ Junior Varsity Basketball Team showed much team work and gained lots of experience this year. Their final record was 7 wins and 11 losses. The top scorer was Ritchie Yates with 211 points. Clint Stout and Brad White had the most assists with 16 each. The squad was again coached by Tony Bowling. The team was well balanced consisting of 6 Sophomores and 6 Freshmen. J.V. Boys' Basketball Scores 41 • Camden-Frontier 34 Litchfield 39 Nocth Adams 33 Waldron 33 Hittsford 47 Litchfield 32 Homer 44 Howe Military 44 NorthAdams 31 Camden-Frontier 34 Colon 49 Burr Oak OPP. 37 33 46 60 52 64 29 66 49 64 41 (Bottom Left) Clint Stout (20) and Dwayne Feltner (14) try to deny a wildcat an easy bucket. (Bottom Right) Brad White (44) goes up for two. JUNIOR VARSITY BOYS' BASKETBALL TEAM: (Back L.) Shawn Tetreault. Brad White. Clint Stout. Ritchie Yates. Howie Upston. Dwayne Feltner, Coach Tony Bowling. (Front L.) Manager Bryan Saltzgaber. Scott Mendelsohn, David LaFond. Brent Cole, Jerry McAtee, Scott Brown. Manager Kurt Shilling. (Not Pictured) Dean Stayner. 49Varsity Baseball HAS BANNER YEAR! (21-1) This year the boys' varsity baseball team had an outstanding season. They were undefeated in regular season and finished first in the league. During the season the Indians won the Tekonsha Invitational for the fourth year in a row. The boys won their qualifying district game defeating Cen-treville and advanced to the pre-district game where they defeated Climax-Scotts. The team was defeated in the opening district game by the Athens Indians with the score of 6 to 7. The team is coached by Mr. Larry Stout. The junior varsity baseball team gained a season of experience with a 2 win 5 loss record. The competition proved tough as half of the teams they played were class C schools. This year's team is coached by Mr. Norman Taylor. VARSITY BASEBALL SCORES THS OPP 28 Jackson Baptist 1 PVHj St HiUp . 14 i Micron 4 10 llomer 6 6 'tyjldrta 4 3 ( entievil 2 16 11 10 PittiJor® 1 9 Sprm QjTx'"' 1 14 PittslOrd 2 10 Noyth Adams 0 10 fturr Oak 0 5 Jy'grth Adams 2 11 Olivet 3 14 St. Phillip 4 11 Camden-Frontier 1 7 Bronson 0 2 Camden-Frontier 1 7 Centreville 6 6. Bronson 3 12 Climax-Scotts 2 6 Athens 7 A (Back Row) Assistant Coach Doug Saltzgaber, Scot Thornton. Kevin George, Lee Friend. David Sweet, Tony Jenkins. Todd Brown, Coach Mr. Larry Stout. (Front Row) Manager Brent Runyon, Mark Warner. Kevin Doolittle. Fred Doolittle, Brian Beam. Butch Neal,Jeff Summerfield, Scott Reincke. 50(Top Left) Lee Friend and Brian Beam play catch. (Top Right) Tony Jenkins delivers his wind up. (Middle Left) Jeff Summerfield swings hard. (Middle Right) Butch Neal scores. (Bottom Left) Team warms up. (Bottom Right) Jeff Summerfield lets one rip. 51SENIORS: (Left to Right) Dave Sweet, Tony Jenkins, Scot Thornton, Kevin George, and Mark Warner. 52TRACK A REBUILDING YEAR (Top) Dave Sweet puts all his power in the MO Smith flies into the" long ,ump pit. (Bottom Right) Scot. Remcke concentrates on winning the 100 yd. dash. TRACK TRAM: (Back) Howard Upston, Scott Mendelsohn. Tim Kata. Ritchie Yates. I.ee Friend, Dave Sweet. Frank LaFond, Coach Bob Currie. (Middle) Scott Reincke. Brad White. Eric Cappella, Dale Myers. Brad Ray, Manager Dale Pullen, Manager Bruce Warner. (Bottom) Harold Kemp, Dave Stayner, David LaFond, I im Wright, Manager Ron Warsop. (Not Picturcd)Jim Smith. This year's Track team consisted of 17 members, 10 of which were out for their first year. Since there were so few members the team found it difficult to win its meets. The all league meet was held in Hillsdale on Monday, May 24 this year. Frank LaFond brought back 2 medals winning the 800 meter and coming in 2nd in the mile. Placing 5th in the 400 was Tim Katz. The mile relay team consisting of Tim Katz, Lee Friend, Scott Mendelsohn, and Frank LaFond also received medals for their 3rd place. Qualifying for the Coldwater "Area Best "June 2 were Eric Cappella, shot; Lee Friend, 440 relay, 880 relay, mile relay; Tim Katz, mile relay; Frank LaFond, 880, mile, mile relay; Scott Mendelsohn, 220, 100, 440 relay, 880 relay, mile relay; Scott Reincke, 330 low hurdles, 100, long jump, 440 relay; Dave Sweet, discus, 440 relay, 880 relay; Howard Upston, 880 relay. 54(Above) SENIOR TRACK MEMBERS: Dave Stayner, Harold Kemp, Tim Katz. Dave Sweet, Frank La-Fond. (Top Right) Brad White turns it on coming down the stretch. (Middle) Frank LaFond keeps up his good pace. (Left Bottom) Ritchie Yates slows down after a hard run. (Right Bottom) Ritchie Yates attempts the high jump. r varsity track THS [ 3 OPR 37 Athens 80 37 % Centreville 90 48 Vi Waldron 106V 29 Mendon 103 45 Bellevue | 87 ■ 38 Litchfield 120 35 Camckn 122 49 Pittsford 106 75Vi Homer 52V 71|£) 55CHEERLEADERS HAVE A FINE SEASON The 1981-82 cheerleading squads had a good season cheering the Boys’ Basketball teams. The girls had "Cake raffles" at all of the home games. They were busy all year putting on pep rallies and decorating the halls. The Varsity Cheerleaders received many compliments on their new uniforms. J.V. FOOTBALL CHEERLEADERS:(L to R) Shelly Myers. Diane Deevers. Sue Wooden. Nadine Cohoon, Lori Beam, Michele Henion, Lisa O'Dell. J.V.'S doing a mount during a time out. J.V BASKETBALL CHEERLEADERS: (Bottom) Shelly Myers. Michele Henion. Diane Deevers. Nadine Goheen. (L to R) Lisa O'Dell. Sue Wooden. Lori Beam.VARSITY SENIORS: Vcrli Stefan. Lynette Selby. Toni Reimer. VARSITY FOOTBALL CHEERLEADERS: DeAnn Johnson. Kathy Lessmann, Lynette Selby. Verli Stefan, Michele Caputo, Toni Reimer. J V and Varsity Cheerleaders combine their talent at a home football game. VARSITY BASKETBALL CHEERLEADERS: Michele Caputo. DeAnn Johnson. Verli Stefan. Lynette Selby. Toni Reimer. Kathy Lessmann o 57GIRLS GAIN FIRST DISTRICT TITLE This year the Tekonsha Girls' Varsity Basketball team had an outstanding season record. Their compiled record of 17-6 is the best overall record obtained by a Tekonsha team. They captured the District Title by defeating Mendon, 58-52 at Athens High School. The support of many spirited fans was a great help to the team. It was a record breaking season for the team. Lynette Selby set four new records: Career Points with 934, a one season record of 326 points, Career Rebounds with 612 and Lynette also broke a single game record having 9 assists in one game. Verb Stefan also set four new records: Career Steals having 336 and 101 as a season record. Verli also broke her assists record having 101 in a season and a Career Assists with 259. Lynette Selby and Verli Stefan both earned honors on the SCAA All-League First Team. LeAnn Selby was elected for the second team. All 3 girls were picked for the Coldwater Daily Reporter All-Area Team. Lynette Selby was selected to the Detroit Free Press All-State Class D 4th team. Verli Stefan and Lynette Selby were both selected to the U.P.I. Coaches Poll All-State Class D Second Team. Congratulations Girls!!! (Front L to R) Mgr. Annette Powell. Vetli Stefan, Michele Caputo, Missy Langridge, Lorie White. Mgr. Penny Neal. (Standing) Lynette Selby, Nancy Thomp-son, LeAnn Selby, DcAnn Johnson. Kathy Lessmann, Coach Tony Bowling. 58intier Centreville Litchfield VWaldron North Adams Pittsford Mtndon istricts KF.TBAl.L SCORES IRLS VARSITY B OPP, IMS 69 urrh Frontier (Top Left) Nobody knows who gains possession of this ball as both teams strain to grab it. (Top Right) LeAnn Selby blocks an opponent's shot. (Above) Nancy Thompson and Nina Meiring "play catch" during the Tekonsha vs Pittsford game. 59(Top Left) LeAnn and Lynette Selby struggle for a rebound. (Top Right) Nancy Thompson goes up for a lay up as DeAnn Johnson is ready to rebound. (Middle Right) Kathy Lessman gets off a quick shot before she's fouled by a Burr Oak defender. (Above) Nancy Thompson and LeAnn Selby leap high in the air to grab the ball. (Bottom) The Indian girls set up their tight defense. 60 EEKONSHA MEANS JUNIOR VARSITY GIRLS' BASKETBALL TEAM: (Back) Manager Dawn Poole. Mary Stites. Bobbi Turley, Tish Tetreault. Karrie Swafford, Shannon Swick, Lori Caputo, Coach Robertt Currie. (Front) Sheri Poole, Donna Feltner, Darcv Kevwitch, Lori Beam, Sue Wooden, Missy Langridge. (Not Pictured) Carrie Devenney. Nadine Goheen. The 1981 Girls' J.V. Basketball Team had an outstanding season this year with a record of 18 wins and only 2 defeats. The highlight of the season came when the girls captured the league championship with a perfect 10 wins with no losses record in league play. The J.V. squad was again coached by Robert Currie. This year's team was very young consisting of 12 freshmen and only 2 sophomores but this didn't have any effect on the girl's great season. 61VARSITY VOLLEYBALL RECORD VARSITY VOLLEYBALL GIRLS FINISH IN SECOND PLACE This year the girls faced some tough competition as three of the teams they played were rated in the state. The team still compiled a season overall record of 8 wins and 9 losses. In the league the girls tied for second place with Pittsford. It is the highest place a Tekonsha volleyball team has ever finished. This year new uniforms were purchased. In tournament play Tekonsha hosted the Tekonsha-Homer Tournament with 11 teams entered. Michon Hampton and Lynette Selby were named All-League and LeAnn Selby received Honorable Mention. Centreville Mendon Athens Pittsford Litchfield ] Camden -Fror k North i Burr Oi Bronson Litchfield Colon Waldr Quincv Pittsford North Adams Camden-Frontier Waldron Athens DISTRICTS loss loss loss win Uwin — loss- less loss win win loss DNSHA INDIANS (Back) Cathy Flynn. Lynette Selby. LeAnn Waffle. Michon Hampton. Angela Griffith. LeAnn Selby. Coach Mr. Norman Taylor. (Front Lily LaFond. Tina Foote, Nina Meiring, Sharon Pullen, Melanie McFadden, Dawn Klmgaman. Manager Diane Klingaman. Amy Johnson.(Top Left) LeAnn Selby goes up for the spike. (Top Right) Michon Hampton "dinks’' one over as Lynette Selby awaits for the return. (Middle) LeAnn Selby, Cathy Flynn, Michon Hampton show real teamwork. (Left) Michon Hampton "knocks" a spike down. (Above) LeAnn Waffle chalks up another save. 63(Top Left) Michon Hampton "back sets" a ball. Cathy Flynn looks on. (Top Right) The team in action. (Middle) LeAnn Selby sends one over the net. (Above) LeAnn Waffle demonstrates how to bump a ball. (Bottom Right) LeAnn Selby "kills" another spike over the net. 64JUNIOR VARSITY VOLLEYBALL J.V S ARE 2 This year there were 20 girls out for junior varsity volleyball. The girls had a winning season placing second in the conference with an overall record of 7 wins and 7 losses. The junior varsity volleyball team was coached by Mrs. Rinette Tyckoski. 65 WMTRACK This year's girls' track team finished as league co-champs, tying for first place with Camden-Frontier. There were four school records broken this year with LeAnn Selby breaking } of them. They consisted of the 110 low hurdles, the 220 low hurdles, and the shot put with the times of :16.7 and :31.7 seconds and 34 31 ' respectfully. Lisa Ray broke Penny Frakes’ record time of 5:56.7 in the mile run with 5:51.3. LeAnn Selby qualified to compete in the State Track Meet at Caro, Michigan, in the shot put and in the 110 yard low hurdles. She didn’t qualify for the finals in the shot, however, she did qualify for the low hurdles. Overall, the team, coached by Mr. Tony Bowling, performed very well and had an outstanding season. VARSITY TRACK TEAM: (Standing) Willa Weller. Carrie Devenney. Lisa Ray, Lauri Christopher. Lisa O'Dell. Missy Langridge. Coach Tony Bowling. (Back) Tish Tetreault. Bobbi Turley, LeAnn Waffle, LeAnn Selby, Dori Richar, Lori Caputo, Nadine Goheen. Kim Myers. (Middle) Darcy Kevwitch, Sue Wooden. Donna Fcltner, Carrie Swafford. Sheri Poole. Amy Fauroc. (Front) Manager Rainee Knight, Manager Missy Holbrook, Nancy Thompson, Lynette Selby. Jill Doolittle, Tammy Cutchall, Lisa Burrow. Melissa Pullen. Manager Annette Reincke, Manager Lanette Reincke. 66 VARSITY TRACK SCORES THS 95 42 45 67 70 87 Waldron Mendon Dual Homer Invitational 5th Athens Dual CentaviUe Cam: Litchl PottervifTe 4th Pittsford Dual Pennfield Mendon Relay 2nd Regionals 5th SCAA Conference 1st (Top Left) Lisa O'Dell gets another first. (Top Right) Lori Caputo warms up for a meet. (Bottom Left) Carrie Swafford runs the last few feet of the relay. OPP 50 76 78 56 77 59 71 70 SUPER ATHLETES GIVEN "NEW” AWARD The annual Boosters’ Club Sports Banquet was held on May 20, in the THS gym. The meal was prepared by the cooks. Six seniors were given Super Athlete Plaques. The plaque is awarded to any senior boy who has obtained at least 8 varsity letters, or to any senior girl who has obtained at least 6 varsity letters. Other awards that were earned and presented were: Football; The Steve Weller Award went to Marty Shaffer; Most Valuable Back, Scott Reincke; Most Valuable Lineman, David Sweet; Coaches Award, Tony Jenkins. Girls' Basketball: Most Valuable Player, Verli Stefan and Lynette Selby; Most Improved Player, Kathy Lessmann. Verli and Lynette made First team All-League and LeAnn Selby made second team. Verli, Lynette and LeAnn made the Coldwater All-Area team. Verli and Lynette made second 10 in Class D All-State. Lynette also received the Free Press and Academic All-State Awards in Class D. Boys' Basketball: Most Valuable Player, Tony Jenkins; Most Improved Player, Scot Thornton; Sharpshooter Award, Kevin Klingaman. Tony was selected first team All-League and was voted on the All-Area team. Volleyball: Most Valuable Player, Lynette Selby; Most Improved Player, LeAnn Waffle. Michon Hampton, LeAnn Selby and Lynette Selby were selected to the All-League team. Boys’ Track: Most Valuable, Frank LaFond; Most dedi- cated, Scott Mendelsohn. Girls’ track: Most Valuable, LeAnn Selby. Most Dedicated, Lisa Ray. Baseball: Most Valuable Player, Tony Jenkins. Brian Beam, Mark Warner, Todd Brown, and Tony Jenkins made the All-League team. Winners for the Freethrow Marathon for the most baskets were: Holly Hunt and Tom Summerfield. Jeff Coffman collected the most money and Patti Burrow had the most sponsers for the elementary. Anita Turley and Brian Saltzgaber made the most baskets in the Junior High. Lynette Selby, Brian Beam, and Brad White made the most baskets. Kip Reincke and Lee Friend collected the most money for the junior and senior high school. Mr. and Mrs. Rex Rainey paid out the most money and received an engraved tray. The Louis Pervine Booster of the Year Award went to Gladys Pileri. Cheerleader awards were presented to all cheerleaders and the Senior Cheerleaders were given trophies. All students who participated in J.V. and varsity sports were given letters and certificates. All senior athletes were given plaques for their participation. Six seniors were awarded the new Super Athlete Plaques. They were Verli Stefan, Tony Jenkins, LeAnn Waffle, David Sweet, Nancy Thompson, and Lynette Selby. 68(Top Left) Scott Reincke receives the Most Valuable Back Award. (Top Right) A big grin is seen on Kevin Klingaman's face as he receives the Sharpshooter Award. (Middle) LeAnn Waffle is the Most Improved Player in Volleyball. (Bottom Left) Verli Stefan is awarded her All-League Certificate in Basketball. (Bottom Right) Scot Thornton is awarded the Most Improved Player trophy in basketball. 69(Top Left Tony Jenkins received the Most Valuable Player trophy in basketball. (Top Right) Lynette Selby is awarded the Most Valuable Player trophy in basketball. (Center Left) The junior letter winners pose for a picture. (Above) The senior varsity letter winners smile for the camera. (Bottom Left) The freshmen and sophomore varsity letter winners are applauded. 70STUDENT COUNCIL COUNCIL HAS ANOTHER BIG YEAR The Student Council started off the year by donating $100 toward float prizes during Homecoming. During the Fall Festival they held a picture-quiz game starring the THS faculty. On Friday, February 12, the Student Council sponsored Spirit Week and held a free admission dance after the basketball game. The annual Cabaret was held on Saturday, March 20, in the gymnasium. This year's theme was the "Old West." STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS AND ADVISOR: Advisor. Mrs. Vilma Carlson; Kim Myers, Treasurer; Kathy Lessmann. Secretary; Michele Caputo. Vice President; David Sweet. President. STUDENT COUNCIL REPRESENTATIVES: (Front) Brian Beam, Kim Myers, Kathy Lessmann, Michele Caputo, David Sweet, Nancy Thompson. (Middle) Anita Turley, Lorie Herman, Mike Hall, Robert Cook, Scott Brown, Mrs. Carlson, Martin Farber. (Back) Lisa Gaputo, DeAnn Johnson, Christine Cappella, Anthony Jenkins, Lynette Selby, Shawn Tetreault, Rick Kostrzewski. 72THE SOUND OF MUSIC This year the music department entertained its audiences with quite a variety of songs. The marching band performed pop songs during half time of the football games and marched in the Marshall Christmas Parade. The concert band hosted the annual Christmas Concert, a new Winter Concert, and the popular Spring Concert. The marching band ended the year by traveling to Cedar Point and marching in the Memorial Day Parade. As a fund raiser the bands sold ornaments for all occasions. The bands and choirs are under the direction of Mr. Kevin McMullin. SENIOR HIGH BAND MEMBERS: Lee Friend, Marty Farbcr, Scot Mendelsohn. Karrie Swafford. Nadine Goheen, Lynette Selby, Kim Casebeer. Brandon Shilling, Brad Ray, Scot Long, Tom Upston, DeAnn Johnson. Melanie McFadden, Michele He-nion, Lori Beam, Carrie Devenney, Julie Waffle, Tish Tetreault, Amber Warner, Kathy Lessmann, Michele Caputo, Kristy Bergerson, Michele Cappella, Missy Langridge, Linda Nagel, Candy Moody, Shawn Tetreault, Cathy Van Hoose, Carole Brewer. Shelly Myers. Lisa Ray, Tim Wright, Laurie Duckett, Scot Brown. Kim Myers, Verli Stefan. Dawn Klingaman, Tina Foote, Tracy Struwin. Jill Doolittle, Eric Cappella, Roger Wilson. Howie Upston, Willa Weller, Mr. Kevin McMullin. 73(Top Left) SENIOR BAND MEMBERS: Kim Myers, Marty Farber, Lynette Selby, Tom Upston, and Verli Stefan. (Middle) SENIOR HIGH CHOIR: Brad Ray. Dale Myers, Ritchie Yates, Joyce Smith, Sharon Sellers, Judi McAtee, Brenda Lessmann, Kenny Harrison, David Wooden, Tony Ball. Jerry McAtee, Amy Faurot, Sherry Poole, Laurie Duckett, Brent Runyon. David Stayner, Roger Weimer, Gordon Grinnell, Shannon Swick, Carrie Devenney, Mr. Kevin McMullin. (Bottom) The Pep Band. 74VO-ED: (Back) Angela Ray. Martin Webber. Bill Michielsen. Sharon Sellers. Le Ann Waffle. Christina Siegel. Lilly LaFond. Dori Richar. (Front) Randy Harrison. Lori White, Ruth Hitchcock, Nina Meiring. Joyce Smith,John King. WORK EXPERIENCE. (Back) L. Jay Goheen, Andy Lewis. Bill Van Hoose. Kevin Klingaman. Mark Warner. Tom Rcimer. Linda Eishen. (Front) Mrs. Sandy Donahue. Angela Griffith. Chris Hampton. Cathy Flynn. Le Ann Mattson. DeAnn Schafer. (Not Pictured) Mary Groholske. Mary Woods. 75J 0 u R N A L 1 S M This year's Journalism Staff started off the year by selling ads in early October. In December, the staff sold Christmas decorations and wrapping paper for a fund raiser. In early spring, the staff, with the help of the photographer and Lee Zimmerman, scurried about to meet their copy deadlines. (Back) Loren Phillips, Business Manager; Judy McAtee, IDEA Co-Editor; Tim Katz, Kevin George. IDEA Co-Editor; Lynette Selby, Yearbook Co-Editor; LeAnn Mattson Yearbook Co-Editor; (Front) David Stayner, Verli Stefan, Mr. Paul Sweet, Advisor. PART-TIME KCC STUDENTS777th GRADE Hard work never hurt anybody!! Linda Brown Christine Cappella Chad Clark Robert Cook Tammy Cutchall Michael Davis Michael Duckett Keri Eberts George Feltner Robert Goheen Melissa Holbrook Stephanie Horton Annette Katz Carol Kcifer Rainee Knight Mellissa Krumvede Merriann LaFond Toni Lewis Brian McFadden Karen McFadden ft 78 Annette MeiringHomework, FUN!!! Brian Norgan Howard Olds Dawn Poole Dale Pullen Elizabeth Pulsipher Arch Sanders Lanny Smith Mathew Smith Samantha Snyder Paulette Struwin Paul Stuart Daniel Turley Deidra Upston Jennifer Vosberg Bruce Warner Ronald Warsop Donna Webber Cynthia Wilson Larry Wilson William Yates 798th GRADE Timothy Arnett Steven Bennison Gina Bergerson Lori Burrow Lisa Caputo Raymond Cook Susan Cubbon Anita Doolittle Timothy Fogel David Foote Buffie Groholski Michael Hall Marty Hampton Lori Herman Amy Johnson Shawn Kain Christopher Katz Donna Kemp Steven King Diana Klingaman Kyle Klingaman Christine Lamee Edward Lewis Joanna Linquist Robin Macomber 80 Students cheer for their classmates.Richard McDowell Penny Neal Faithanne Peterson Annette Powell Dorothy Prichard Stephen Pulsipher Brenda Rafferty Micheal Rafferty Annette Reincke Brett Reincke Kip Reincke Lanette Reincke Brian Saltzgaber Kathrine Sweikert Kurt Shilling Linda Sizemore Steven Slone Everette Smith Lisa Stage David Stuart Kathi Swafford Anita Turley Toni Volstromer Doug Watson Terry White Who's the class that has the biggest mouths? 81JUNIOR HIGH FOOTBALL: (Back) Paul Stuart. Danny Yates, Tim Fogel, Steve Slone, Chris Katz, Kyle Kl-ingaman, Brian Saltzgaber. (Middle) Steve Bennison, Mike Rafferty, Steve Pulsipher, Richard McDowell, Brett Reincke, Dan Turley, George Fcltner, Terry White. (Front) Matt Smith, Bruce Warner. Robert Goheen, Mike Davis, Ron Warsop, Robert Cook, Chad Clark. JUNIOR HIGH BOYS BASKETBALL: (Back) Chris Katz, Tim Fogel, Kyle Klingaman, Brian Saltzgaber. Danny Yates, George Feltner, Steve Pulsipher. Kurt Shilling. (Front) Mike Due ken, Matt Smith, Bruce Warner, Chad Qark, Ron Warsop. David Foote, Brian McFadden. JUNIOR HIGH GIRLS BASKETBALL: (Back) Brenda Rafferty, Chris LaMee, Faithanne Petersen. Annette Powell. Anita Turley, Lisa Caputo, Amy Johnson. (Middle) Kathi Schweikert, Diana Klingaman, Anita Doolittle, Penny Neal, Joanna Linquist, Lannette Reincke. (Front) Donna Webber, Stephanie Horton, Annette Katz, Elizabeth Pulsipher, Dedra Young. 82JUNIOR HIGH CONCERT BAND: (Front) Annette Powell. Chris LaMce, Lisa Caputo, Stephanie Horton, Elisabeth Pulsipher. Karen McFadden, Deidre Upston, Donna Webber. (Middle) Gina Bergerson, Anita Doolittle. Amy Johnson, Faithanne Peterson, Keri Eberts, Christine Cappella, Joanna Linquist. Annette Katz, Annette Meiring, Cindy Wilson, Missy Holbrook, Dawn Poole. (Back) Mike Hall, Lori Herman, Kathi Schweikert, Paulette Struwin, Dale Pullen. Danny Yates, Chad Clark, Steve King, Brian Saltzgaber, Tammy Cutchcll, Brian McFadden. Kurt Shilling, Diana Klingaman, Steve Pulsipher, Director Kevin McMullin. JUNIOR HIGH MARCHING BAND AND MAJORETTES: Annette Meiring, Stephanie Horton. Paulette Struwin. Donna Weber. JUNIOR HIGH CHOIR (Front) Robert Goheen, Edward Lewis. Elisabeth Pulsipher. Samantha Snyder, Dedra Young, Gina Bergerson, Lori Burrow, Lori Herman, Annette Powell, Penny Neal, Kathi Swafford, Joanna Linquist. (Second) Bruce Warner, Brian McFadden, Keri Eberts, Stephanie Horton, Melissa Krumvede, Karen McFadden, Dawn Poole, Lisa Caputo. Dorothy Pritchard, Carol Kcifer, Diana Klingaman. (Third) David Foote. Christine Cappella, Donna Weber, Faithanne Petersen. Chris LaMee, Brenda Rafferty. Robin Doolittle, Amy Johnson, Anita Doolittle, Kathi Schweikert. (Back) Director Kevin McMullin, Allen Cole, Mike Hall, Kurt Shilling, Steve King, Shawn Casey, Junior Smith, Rainee Knight. Paulette Struwin, Missy Holbrook, Linda Brown. 837th GRADE STUDENT COUNCIL: (Back) Secretary — Paulette Struwin, President — Annette Katz, Vice President — Rainee Knight. (Front) Representative — Christine Cappella. Treasurer — Cynthia Wilson. Representative — Robbie Cook. 8th GRADE STUDENT COUNCIL: (Back) President — Anita Turley, Representative — Tim Fogel. (Front) Secretary — Lori Herman. Vice-President — Lisa Caputo, Treasurer — Mike Hall. Brian Saltzgaber received the Wade Patton Memorial Award based on his outstanding Citizenship, Sportsmanship, and Athletic ability. 84Mr. Keith Gark, Principal and Mrs. Mercedes Johnson, Secretary. ELEMENTARY STAFF FACULTY AIDES: Mrs. Betty Shank, Librarian and Mrs. Carolyn Thomas, Mrs. Madelyn Upston. (Front) Mrs. Chris McLain, Mrs. Gail Gammons, Mrs Mary Ann Watson. Mrs. Judy Jenkins, Mrs. Becky Markham. Mrs. Mary Stout. (Back) Mr Dwight Runyon, Mrs. Rosemary Irving. Mrs. Beverly Bessler, Mrs. Judy Weatherly, Mr. Harold Torrey, Mrs. Marian Sweet, Mrs. Janet Johnson, Mrs. Jeanette Randall, Miss Mary Knapp. SPELLING BEE AWARDS FIRST PLACE WINNER Tricia Katz SECOND PLACE WINNER Holly Hunt THIRD PLACE WINNER Jeanne Zook 86Lieutenant Leslie Nagel, Captain Brian Thomas, Captain Brad Runyon. Advisor Mr. Dwight Runyon. AWARDS Leslie Nagel TAMMY FOWLER PHYSICAL FITNESS Brad Runyon DICK SPIRES CITIZEN- SHIP Penny Warsop Jeff Coffman Front) Willie Morris, Tom Summerfield, Vicki Christopher, Care Sweet, Tanya Cail, Mary Randall, Missy Randall, Missy Warner, Kim Newland, Tammy Cole, Dea Reincke, Angel Middaugh, Shannon Horton, Denise Goodman (Middle) Linda I.aMee. Jeanne Zook. Martha Holbrook. Teresa Knight. Scott McFadden. ferry Johnson, Russell Olds, Jeff Wright, Brian Thomas, Linda Nagel, Shelly Hopkins, Pat Burrow, Michele Hall, Brad Runyon, Chris Cutchall, Missy Doolittle, Mary Turley. Advisor — Mr. Runyon. (Back Row)(L to R)Tricia Katz, Thereas Griffith, Holly Hunt, Kerri Smith. Allison Geer, Andy Swafford. Mark Katz, ndy Johnson, Tracy Green, Corey Wooden. Tracy Wiljanen. Mindy Pulsipher, Laura Selby. Andy Morris, Albert Groholski, Randy Schafer. Roy Swafford, Mike Delmont, Stephanie Dietz. 87Tena Bartholomew Bobby Brown Missy Brown Patti Burrow Scott Carlson Kenny Christopher Jeff Coffman Pat Cole Mike Delmont Stephanie Dietz Tracey Fauroc Dave Fogel Theresa Griffith Tammy Grigsby Albert Groholski Michele Hall Curt Herman Martha Holbrook Holly Hunt Brian Kain Tricia Katz Teresa Knight Julie Krumvede Linda LaMee Bobby Manis Daniel McDowell Fred Melville Johnny Michielsen Angel Middaugh Andy Morris Leslie Nagel Pam Neal Jennifer Norgan Randy Price Mindy Pulsipher Lorraine Reincke Nicki Ritter Brad Runyon Randy Schafer Connie Seitler Laura Selby Scott Siegel Joey Sisco Kerry Smith Anita Stage Tom Summcrfield Roy Swafford Brian Thomas (Not Pictured) Jodi Long SIXTH GRADE 88Mary Turley Aaron Warner Penny Warsop Jean Weller Jeff Wright Jeanne Zook GRADE ' ' M-jJ A A a o Pi y w : , ft m X m:. CS. i 1. ft ■ n T % a fS V v niy A A 1 K - V A ft a . S A L AftA o J V Tanya Cail Vicki Christopher Michelle Coffman Danny Cole Tammy Cole Chris Cutchall Loren Devenney Missy Doolittle Keith Edwards Billy Faurot Allison Geer Denise Goodman Tracy Green Shelly Hopkins Shannon Horton Andy Johnson Jerry Johnson Mark Katz Lisa Kosier Scott McFadden Jerry Michielsen Willie Morris Kim Newland Russell Olds Heath Pritchard Mary Randall Dea Reincke Richard Schweikert Heidi Stage Billy Stites Mickie Slone Andy Swafford Care Sweet Tammy Upston Laura Vosburg Missy Warner Amy Watson Alisa Weller Darrell Weller Tracy Wiljanen Corey Woodan 89David Brieglc Mike Cheeseinan Craig Clark Todd Clark Mark Coffman David Cole Brian Dietz Dennis Foote Tanya Griffith Barbara Herman Tim Herman Eric Hildcbrandt Joe Hinspetcr Paul Holbrook Bobby Holcomb Kris Lambert Tony Mains Lisa Maisner Paulette McDowell Shantel Middaugh Larry Neal Gary Peters Pat Peters Becky Phillips Corey Reincke Jason Rench Debbie Reynolds Doug Scherer Loren Selby Natalie Shaffer Mike Shelton Toni Sheppard Chad Sisco Lisa Smith Dorman Snyder Regina Snyder Tracy Swafford Amy Thomas Shawn Thompson David Turley Tammy Walker 4th GRADE Stacey Wilbur Mike Woodman Mike Woods Scott Young (Not Pictured) Heather Coats 90THIRD GRADE Angela Caputo Tracy Cole Brett Cook Shawn Crawford Jennifer Delmont Stuart Denney Tonya England Travis Hall Jess Hiesrodt Robert Horton Aaron Imhof Tonya Jarrell Robie Kilgore Jolynnda LaFond Danny Lambert Shelly Langridge Angela Leatherman Lisa Norgan Robbie Petersen Amy Phillips Debra Rowe Kenny Shaffer Laurie Shumway Scott Stemaly Nickie Stuart Chad Thomas Doug Turley Trissy Upston Aubrey Watkins Christina Zook 91Sylvia Ackerman Richie Baker Donny Ball Robert Ballett Marty Coats Connie Collyer Christin Devenny Melanie Geer Todd Goheen Stacie Goodman April Green Ryan Groholske Tara Hampton Shawn Holcomb Sonja James Jessica Johnson Greg Katz Jamie Middaugh Robby Payseno Tonya Price Stephanie Prichard Sarah Pulsipher Danica Reincke Layla Rench Lonnie Rogers Dean Richardson Judd Sanders Jodi Scherer Leslee Shaffer Anthony Slaughter Bobby Stage Sherry Swafford Jamie Watson Amy Weller Chad Wilson SECOND GRADE 92Steven Baker Becky Brownell Brad Cavinder Toni Clark Shawn Combs Mya Duckett Mike Duckham Shannon Edwards Shelly England Greg Feltner Michelle Griffith Dana Imhof Robert James Shawn Jarrell Stacey Katz Teri Keller Jaymee Knight Jcanie Michael Tonya Mains Tyler Murphy Greg Pullen Michael Rodriguez Gary Rogers Bumper Russell Monica Russell Jason Shaffer Nathan Shaffer Lisa Shumway Lynette Shumway Eric Stemaly Rusty Thomas Chris Wilbur Nancy Zook 93Brooke Banfield Brandon Coats Alma Crall Brooke Denney David Doolittle Chad Green Amy Hiesrodt Jaime Hopkins Sandra Johnson Matthew Johnston Salina Kalnins Shondel King Tracy McFadden Theresa Newbold Arthur Sanders Tirsha Sanders Kelly Sorensen Aimee Stemaly Gary Stuart Angela Weller Brian Wilson KINDERGARTEN Jason Ballet AFTERNOON Rebecca Caswell Brian Cavindcr Stacy Clark Albert Cole Russell Dunithan Scott Hampton Nicole Hills Keri Horton Shawn Hughes Jammi Kempton Phillip Kuhling Richard Marshall Kenneth Milliman Ronald Payseno Patrick Shaffer Michael Siegel Michael Swan David Winans (Not Pictured) Matthew Bowling 94ADVERTISERS Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Banfield Best of Luck — Dr. Mendelsohn and Family Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Beam Charles F. 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KEEP MARTINSON Publisher of the Tekonsha IDEA, a Weekly Newspaper Phone 767-4179 Tekonsha, Michigan 103BROOKSIDE AUTO COMPANY Floyd Worden — President Glen Newton — Sales Lew Wells — Sales Car Sales, Rental and Leasing Burlington, Michigan Phone: 517-765-2184 CALL COLLECT CONQUISTADOR ARCADE OF UNION CITY Pool and Billiard Supplies 2 Free Games for Every “A” on Your 81-82 Final Report Card — You Must Bring Your Card. Carol and Jim Hammond GOlfOdSXADOjR Compliments of c@s HEINOLD HOG MARKETS ON M-60 4 MILES WEST OF 1-69 Auctioneers — Liquidators — Appraisers Village Square Professional Bldg. Union City, Mich. 49094 517-741-5431 or 616-388-4498 Member NAA-MAA-IAA Rick Hall Burlington, Michigan 49029 LOUIE’S BAKERY 144 W. Michigan Marshall, Michigan Dh„ne:781-3542 Performance Continues to Outsell Promises Compliments of DAVID JEWELERS 142 W. Michigan Ave., Marshall, Michigan 49068 David Jewelers Has Necklaces, Diamonds, Watches, and Other Fine Jewelry. 99 104(517) 767-4148 Congratulations to the Class of 1982 CORPORATION LIMO MEAT Bob and Alice Waffle Ph. (517) 767-4503 P.O Box 32 16395M60E Tekonsha. Mi 49092 0032 | A, Compliments of Best Wishes for the Future' O’RON’S BAR COFFMAN, INC. Truck Leasing and Trucking 20 yrs. experience Ph. 767-4403 UNION CHURCH UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST Congratulations Class of 1982! 104 Main Street, Tekonsha Oron and Selma Sellers Congratulations Class of 1982 Especially to Bill VanHoose, Our Employee STABLE ’N HOUSE ANTIQUES 1500 18Vi Mile Rd. Tekonsha, Ml 49092 (517) 767-4791 Hours: Wed.-Sun. 10 to 5 Furniture Stripping and Refinishing Antique Clock Repair Compliments of BOB KING EXCAVATING Tekonsha, Michigan 105Belcher IE REALTOR MEMBER BC MULTI - LIST INC Realty Auction Co • PHOTO LIST EXCHANGE Wc can help ® in lot of ways... • Complimentary Market Analysis • Home warranty program • Corporate relocations 303 W Columbia Battle Creek 963-0084 • I ax Saver Program • Nationwide referrals • Equity financing Hattie Prater Welcomes You to the WAG-ON INN Food, Liquor, Beer, and Take-Out Hours: 7 a.m.-2 a.m. 208 West Michigan Marshall, Ml 49068 Compliments of... 6 tandafd Printing, Quick Printing, Office Supplies Serving Home, Farm, Business and Industry...Since 1892. 818 Industrial Road, Marshall (616)781-8201 .eroquip AEROQUIP CORPORATION INDUSTRIAU DIVISION MARSHALL PLANT 406 S. Linden Street. Marshall, Michigan 49068 Phone 616-711 3960 DARLING SONS TnuiyaJlM . Marshall, Michigan MAROWARE STORES 106 West Michigan Ave. 49068 Phone 781-7921 PEDAL PUSHERS CYCLE CENTER NEEDHAM CLEANERS Ross Cross Country Skis and Acceaaoriaa Salsa and Rantala v ■■ ... TELEPHONE 7 1-331} 118 E. Michigan Av . Mastei OEANEtS . DEERS Marthall, Michigan 781-4349 9:30-5:30 Tu«a.-Sat. Cloaed Mon. 115 E. Michigan • Marshall Sale — Service — Parte — Acceaaoriaa Large Selection — New and Used — All Sizes and Styles 106 Compliments of HOLBROOK CLEVELAND’S MEN’S WEAR in “Friendly” Marshall Congratulations Seniors! LAVERNE SHIRLEY’S DINING AND COCKTAILS 128 W. Michigan Ave. Marshall, Mich. 49068 Marshall, Ml 49068 REDMAN’S PAINTS WALLPAPER 127 W. Michigan Marshall, Michigan Phone (616) 781-8366 VANDENBURG’S Records and Tapes Stereo, Television Appliances 108 West Michigan Marshall, Ml 49068 Congratulations and Best Wishes to the Class of '82 Say It Best With MILLER-AALBREGTSE MEN’S WEAR SARGENT’S FLOWERS 112 West Michigan Marshall, Ml 49068 227 W. Michigan, Marshall, Ml COFFEE POT Hours: Mon.- Fri. 6 a.m.-6 p.m. Sat. 6 a.m.-3 p.m. Marshall, Ml 49068 STUART AND STUART Attorneys at Law Mark F. Stuart 121 U W. Michigan Ave. Alfred P. Stuart (616) 781-3928 Marshall, Mich. 49068 107Compliments of BOSHEARS FORD SALES, INC. 15081 W. Michigan, Marshall, Michigan Phone: (616) 781-3981 INSURANCE AGENCY 223 W. Mich. Ave., Marshall, Ml STAGECOACH INN Food and Spirits 201 West Michigan Marshall, Michigan Ph. 781-3571 CHAPMAN TRACTOR SALES, INC. Since 1929 Lawn Mowers 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 49068 Phone: (616) 781-8167 Reps.: Norma and Rebecca Bachman Homeowners Farm Owners Commercial Auto and Life Compliments of LAUTENSLAGER- LIPSEY Televisions, Appliances, and Microwaves RONAN KUNZEL, INC. Marshall, Michigan 49068 Congratulations Seniorsl o o Locations in Albion and Marshall MARSHALL BRASS 450 Leggitt Road Marshall, Michigan 49068 Phona: 616-781-3901 108Compliments of 120 E. Michigan Marshall, Ml 49068 616-781-8907 Congratulations to the Class of ’81 Compliments of MARSHALL EVENING CHRONICLE 115 S. Grand Street Marshall, Michigan 49068 John Bedient Publisher (616) 781-2222 781-3943 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 109FIRESIDE INN Dining — Cocktails Entertainment Friday-Saturday 826 West Michigan Avenue Marshall, Michigan 49068 CRAIG K. KEMPF FUNERAL HOME 103 East Mansion Street, Marshall, Michigan 49068 C. K. Kempt (616)781-9858 Director Serving the Tekonsha-Marshall Area. EMHART Plant 1 and 2 Marshall, Ml Compliments of State Farm Insurance Companies nuottii Of tni eotMMcu COPY RITE PRINTING Bus. Phone 225 W. Michigan 616-781-6992 Marshall, Mich. 49068 STATE FARM MUTUAL AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE COMPANY Michigan Office 410 East Drive Marshall, Michigan 49069 THE T-SHIRT TEE-PEE 205 West Michigan Avenue Marshall, Ml 49068 no eM 104 Woodruff Street Union City, Ml 49094 (517)741-3605 Catering to the Sportsman's Needs, Individual or Team Harold and Penny Siler Owners GROHOLSKI REALTY INC. 10105 M-60 West Burlington, Michigan Betty J. Groholski Phone Associate Broker (517)765-2112 Farms • Commercial • Residential ALBRIGHT BUILDERS SUPPLY CORP. Just when you get to like Ken Keeton, he's gone! Complete Home Center MjOl ■ m- , Union City, Michigan KeeQi Bus. (517) 741-5785 | Res (517) 275-7167 BRAY MOTOR SALES INC. Union City, Michigan Honesty and Fair Dealings for over 50 years now. Phone: 741-9711 741-5041 Congratulations Seniors WHISTLE STOP KNIEF-HEATER INSURANCE Jerry end Msry Thornton Burlington, Mich. Phone: 765-2888 Food and Spirits All Kinds Phone 517-741-5861 215 N. Broadway Union City, Ml 49094 '■Sfc HiPhono (616) 964-9476 jpm lenm, utt. 104 Calhoun Street, Battle Creek, Mich. 49017 SI O U LbuUi AUTO PERFORMANCE PARTS 1391 E. MICH. AVE. • BATTLE CREEK, Ml • 616-962-4707 THE BALFOUR COMPANY Class Rings and Announcements 807 Seventeenth Jackson, Michigan PAT’S FLOWERS AND GIFTS 714 South Hillsdale Street Homer, Michigan ROWBOTHAM’S ORCHARD Quality Fruit for Over 40 Years 321 23 Mile Road Homer, Michigan 49245 KING 7 WHOLESALE ELECTRIC SUPPLIES Stec UcSufifify, )kc. Telephone 517 278-4518 652 E. Chicago Road Coldwater, Michigan 49036 CARROLL’S SHOES Coldwater, Ml 49036 ‘A Perfect Fit Every Time” 112LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE Lodge No. 676 Marshall, Michigan Legion — Fellowship — Pilgrim HELLj WALTCEUR:?TIRE J SH0P 220 W. Michigan Ave. Marshall, Ml Hours: 7-10 Monday Thru Saturday Phone: (616) 781-7342 LOUIE’S V_ Sr BAKERY Hattie Prater Welcomes You to the WAG-ON-INN ' ; 144 W. Michigan 1 Marshall, Michigan | | Phone:781-3542 Food, Liquor, Beer and Take-Out Hours: 7 a.m.-2:00 a.m. CORNWELL’S TURKEY HOUSE A GOOD'S SALES SERVICE 7900 - f H MILE ROAD SOUTH MARSHALL. MICHIGAN 49068 COLDWATER “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 Noodle Dinner Closed From Thanksgiving to March 1 15Vi Mile Rd. and N Drive North Marshall, Michigan (l RECREATION BOWLING LANES Liquor and Open Bowling Reservations for Parties: 559 E. Chicago Rd. Coldwater, Ml (517) 767-5325 113Compliments of GIRARD COUNTRY STORE In Downtown Girard Ph. 278-8003 WflburS -+UPN TJPE MC.- 4-8 South Monroe St. Coldwater, Michigan 49036 Go to the LION’S DEN For the Fashions You Want. It’s a Whole Shop Devoted to Clothes for Young Men Only. PfVWMWVf ■ • • '• iV . • AIM A m V iAIIA V of 52 W. Chicago St. Coldwater, Michigan stICPenney Men’s Plain Pockets.’ All our Plain Pockets for men are on sale. Cords, Denims, boot-leg or straight leg. The big difference between us and them is the pocket. And the price. In polyester cotton. Men’s sizes. 58 W. Chicago St. Coldwater, Michigan Compliments of roao I J?ni11 crl; Coldwater, Michigan — Compliments Of — S Appw-Giuefe When You’re Scratching For Business Call 279-9764 Or 279-9765 57 South Monroe S., Coldwater, Mich. 49036 114HOPPS COLONIAL PHARMACY 120 W. MAIN ST. HOMER. Ml. 40249 PHONE 517-568-3400 HOURS MON.-FRI. 0-6 SAT 0-12 30 Emergency call (517) 767-31 ©6 anytime CRAIG R HOPPS. R.Ph. Fund Raising With RO-DANA COLLECTION Is Easy and Simple What Is Not Sold — We Take Back Call Gee Gee — (616) 432-3900 STATE FARM INSURANCE 59 S. Monroe Coldwater, Ml 279-8071 FARM BUREAU INSURANCE • GROUP Larry Robinson 15299 Walters Drive Marshall, Mich. Ph.616-781-8225 115JCWCLR V Order Your Custom Made The Jeweler You Know — You Can Trust With 2 to 4 Weeks Delivery Phone — 279-9452 7 W. Chicago St. Coldwater, Michigan 49036 Jobbers and Distributors Automotive Parts ARNOLD AUTO PARTS CO., INC. 20 East Chicago Coldwater, Michigan Phone (517) 278-2385 mit 7 KASCO ABRASIVES 6 fi’mpa u A Division oi COLEMAN SYSTEMS (y 1 7 Douglas McMichael Congratulations ' • “Since 1877” 3rd Floor Sound Room Coldwater Plant Manager Pioneer — Techniques Midwest Plant: 580 Race St. 34-36 W. Chicago St. Coldwater, Mich. 49036 Coldwater, Michigan 517 278-2354 278-2664 Christian ifJooL Store (Cottovatrr jOaily portrr 38 N. Monroe Coldwater, Michigan Phone: (517) 278-6575 Read the REPORTER “The grass withers, and the flower falls, but for All the News An Invited Guest in 9,000 Homes the word of the Lord stands forever.” 15 West Pearl Street NIV 278-2318 ERNST SHOE BOX Compliments of Your Complete Family MAX LARSEN Shoe Store FORD 39 W. Chicago St. Coldwater, Ml 410 E. Chicago St. Ph.: (517) 279-8379 Coldwater, Mich. 49036 Phone 517-278-5661 116The Reason We’re Here... Is You. Congratulations From |®f§ Coldwater, Michigan 49036 BRANCH COUNTY BANK With 9 offices serving Coldwater, Reading. Burr Oak. Sturgis and Nottawa. SHORT SON INC. Where Service Makes the Difference 202 Morse, Coldwater, Michigan 49036 Phone 517-278-8411 member F.D.I.C. CREATIVE SENIOR PORTRAITS In Every Person There Is A Beauty And A Sensitivity ... This Is What I Strive To Bring Out In My Portraiture. CyousgL 62 Division St. Coldwater, Michigan 117STUDENT COUNCIL (Back) Brad White, David Sweet, Kathy Lessmann, Tetreault, Nancy Thompson, Tony Jenkins, Scott Brown, Lynette Selby, Kim Myers, Rick Kostrzewski, Marty Michele Caputo, DeAnn Johnson, Brian Beam. Farber. (Front) Mrs. Carlson, Kevin Reincke, Shawn 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 1982 yearbook, we say a big “thank you.” Words can’t express the sincere appreciation that we feel for our advisor, Mr. Paul Sweet, for all his 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 makes a yearbook special, and thanks to photographer, Mr. Ron Philbrick, 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 the School Board and the Student Council for helping the staff make ends meet in this day when the dollar value is low and prices are sky high. 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 aid 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, LeAnn Mattson Lynette Selby 1982 INDIAN Co-Editors 118Congratulations to the Class of 1982SENIOR ACTIVITIES CINDY BAKER . . . Mock Elections — Voted Quietest. LINDA LOUISE EISHEN . . Band — 1. 2; Drama — 2, 3; Drama Award — 2; Co-Op — 4; Vo-Ed — 3; Pep Band 1. MARTIN R. EARBER . Band — 3. 4; Pep Band — 3; Student Council — 4; Track — 3; Voted Most Musical — 4. CATHY JEAN FLYNN . . . Basketball — 1; Cheerleading — 2; Co-Op — 4; Class Treasurer — 4; Honor Student — 4; Journalism — 3; Powder Puff 3. 4; Track — 1; Volleyball — 2, 3. 4. KEVIN EDWARD GEORGE ... Baseball — I, 2, 3, 4; Basketball — 1. 2, 3, 4; Football — I, 2. 4; Journalism — 3. 4; Mock Elections — Voted Sweetest. LEWIS JAMES GOHEEN ANGELA FAYE GRIFFITH . . . Co-Op — 4; Journalism — 3; Powder Puff— 3. 4; Secretary — 4; Track — 1; Volleyball — 3, 4. MARY DAWN GROHOLSKE . . . Cabaret — 2; Drama Club — 2; Co-Op. Work Ex. — 3, 4; Choir — 1; Homecoming Court — 3; Mock Elections — Voted Best Looking. Class Clown. Class Chatterbox and Most Mischievous. CHRISTINE ADELE HAMPTON ... Co-Op — 3, 4; Volleyball — 1, 2. MICHON KATHLEEN HAMPTON . .. Basketball — 1; Cheerleading — 1. 2; Powder Puff; Track — 1. 2; Vo-Ed — 4; Volleyball — I. 3. 4; Voted Most Improved — 3; All-League — 4. ANTHONY LEE JENKINS . . . Baseball — 1, 2, 3,4; All-League — 3; Basketball — 1. 2, 3. 4; Most Valuable 3; All-League First Team — 3; All-Area — 3; Class President — 2; Class Treasurer — 3; DAR Good Citizenship Award — 4; Homecoming Court — 2; King 4; Football — 1, 2, 3, 4; Steve Weller Award 1; Honorable Mention All-League — 4; All-Area — 4; Co-Captain — 4; Student Council — 4; Mock Elections — Voted Most Popular. Best Athlete. Most Likely to Succeed. TIMOTHY FREDERICK KATZ ... Basketball — 1, 2. 3, 4; Football — 1, 2, 3. 4; Track 2, 4; Mock Elections — Voted Easiest to Get Along With. HAROLD EUGENE KEMP . . Baseball — 2, 3. 4; Basketball — 2; Track — 4; Mock Elections — Most Mischievous, Most School Pep. Always Late. KEVIN DEAN KLINGAMAN . . . Basketball — 1, 2, 3, 4; Football — 1. 2. 3. 4; Homecoming Court — 3; Co-Op — 3, 4; Mock Elections — Voted Class Chatterbox. RICHARD KOSTRZEWSKI . . . Jour-nalism — 2; KCC Student — 4. School Photographer — 2, 3. 4; Student Council Representative — 3. 4; Mock Elections — Voted Most Studious. FRANKLIN A. LAFOND . . . Basketball — 1, 2, 3. 4; Class President — 4; Track — I. 2. 3. 4; Mock Elections — Voted Worst Driver. BRENDA SUE LESSMANN . . . Choir — 1. 2. 3. 4; Volleyball — 2; Powder Puff — 3; Mock Elections — Voted Always Late. Best Artist. LEANN D. MATTSON . . . Cheerleader — 2; Class Vice-President — 2; Co-Op — 4; Journalism — 3, 4; Powder Puff — 3; Volleyball — 2. 3; Yearbook Co-Editor; Mock Elections — Voted Most Desirable Date. Biggest Flirt. Voted Best Dressed. JUDY LOUISE MCATEE . . . Choir — 4; Class Secretary — 3; IDEA Co-Editor — 4;J.V. Volleyball — 2; Varsity Volleyball — 3; Powder Puff — 3, 4; Varsity Club — 3- NINA LOUISE MIERING . Basketball — 1. 2. 3; Honor Student — 4; Powder Puff— 3. 4; Varsity Club — 3. 4; Vo-Ed — 3. 4; Volleyball — 1. 2. 3. 4; Mock Elections — Voted Class Brat. KIMBERLY JEAN MYERS . . . Band — 1, 2, 3. 4; Band Representative — 3. 4; Pep Band — 1, 2. 3, 4; Powder Puff — 3. 4; Stage Band 2. 3, 4; Student Council Treasurer — 4; Honor Student — 4; Track — 1, 2. 3. 4; Mock Elections — Voted Most Musical. ANGELA RAY . . . Cheerleader — 3; Homecoming Attendant — 4; Journalism — 3; Powder Puff — 3. 4; Varsity Club — 3; Vo-Ed — 4; Track — 3; Mock Elections — Voted Class Scatterbrain. TONI MARIE REIMER . Basketball — 1; Cabaret — 1, 3, 4; Cheerleading — 1, 2, 3. 4; Band — 1, 2, 3; Head Majorette — 3; Journalism — 3; Majorette — 1, 2, 3; Student Council — 3; Track — 1, 2; Volleyball — 1, 2, 3. 4; Mock Elections — Voted Most Likely to Succeed. Voted Worst Driver. DEANN RENEE SCHAFER . . Co-Op — 4; Vice President — 3; Mock Elections — Voted Sweetest. Voted Easiest to Get Along With. LYNETTE KAYE SELBY . . . Athlete of the Year — 3; Band — 1. 2, 3, 4; Basketball — 1. 2, 3, 4; All-League 2, 3, 4; All-Area — 3. 4; 2nd Team All-State — 4; Co-Captain — 4; MVP — 2; Cabaret — 3. 4; Cheerleading — 1, 2, 3, 4; Class President — 1; Homecoming Attendant — 1, 4; Journalism — 3. 4; KCC Student — 4; Majorette — 2. 3. 4; Head Majorette — 4; Student Council — 4; Track — 1, 2, 3. 4; Volleyball — 1, 2, 3. 4; All-League — 3; MVP — 3; Co-Captain — 4; Yearbook Co-Editor — 4; Mock Elections — Voted Best All Around. SHARON A. SELLERS . . . Class Representative — 3; Class Vice President — 4; Vo-Ed — 3. 4; Powder Puff — 3. 4; Choir — 2, 4; Volleyball — 1. 2. CHRISTINA MARIE SIEGEL . Band — 1, 2. 3; Cheerleading 1; Pep Band — 1. 2; Vo-Ed — 3, r. JOYCE ELAINE SMITH . Choir — 1. 2.4; Vo-Ed — 4. DAVID LEWIS STAYNER . Basketball — 1, 2. 3; Football — 1. 2, 4; Track — 4. VERLI DEE STEFAN . . . Band — 1. 2. 3. 4; Basketball — 1, 2. 3. 4; All-League — 2. 3. 4; All-Area — 3, 4; 2nd Team All-State — 4; Co-Captain — 4; MVP — 3; Cabaret — I. 2. 3. 4; Homecoming Queen — 4; Cheerleading — 1, 2. 3. 4; Powder Puff — 3. 4; Class Treasurer and Secretary — 1. 2; Track — 1. 2, 3: Journalism — 4; Mock Elections — Voted Most Popular. Voted Best Athlete. Voted Most School Pep. DAVID NEIL SWEET . . . Baseball — 1. 2. 3. 4; Basketball — 1. 2, 3. 4; Class Vice President — 1; Football — 1, 2. 3, 4; Honorable Mention Offense and Defense — 4; Student Council — President — 4; Student Council Representative — 2; Track — 1, 2, 3. 4; Mock Elections — Voted Best Dressed. Best Looking. Most Desirable Date. Best All Around. NANCY JEAN THOMPSON . . . Basketball — 1. 2. 3. 4; Class Secretary — Treasurer — 2; Class President — 3; Homecoming Court — 2; Track — 1, 2, 3, 4; Most Improved — 2; Volleyball — 1.2. 3; Mock Elections — Voted Most Studious. SCOT A. THORNTON .. Baseball — 1. 2. 3. 4; Basketball — 1.2, 3. 4; Football — 1, 2, 3. 4; Honorable Mention — 4; Co-Captain — 4; Co-Op — 4. KCC Student — 4. TOM UPSTON ... Band — 2. 3. 4; Drama — 2, 3. WILLIAM G. VANHOOSE . . . Baseball — 1; Basketball — 1. 2; Co-Op Program — 4; Homecoming Attendant — 1; Student Council Representative — 1. LEANN RENEE WAFFLE .. . Basket-ball — 1, 2; Powder Puff — 3, 4; Track — 1. 2, 3. 4; Varsity Club — 2, 3, 4; Volleyball — 1. 2. 3. 4; Vo-Ed — 4; Mock Elections — Voted Biggest Appetite. MARK H. WARNER .. . Baseball — 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball — 1. 2, 3. 4; Cabaret MC. — 4; Co-Op — 4; Football — 1. 2. 3. 4; Homecoming Attendant — 4; Most Improved — 3: (Basketball); Varsity Club — 3. 4; Mock Elections — Voted Class Clown. Class Brat. Biggest Flirt. MARY HELEN WOODS . Choir — 1. 4; Co-Op — 3, 4; Drama Club — 2; Student Council — 2. 120

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