Frankenmuth High School - Eyrie Yearbook (Frankenmuth, MI)
- Class of 1959
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Text from Pages 1 - 88 of the 1959 volume:
THE SENICR CLASS
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EN U H HIGH SCHOOL FRANKENMUTH C G
As our semor year at Frankenmuth Hlgh School
fades deeper lnto the pages of memory th1s 1959
pages are records of the many memorable events
whrch frlled our happy years rn hxgh school Thus
we have chosen as our theme remembermg
Old Glory has become a tradluonal symbol of
rememberrng IH each ed1t1on of the Eyrle To the
senrors she represents the freedom and brotherhood
whrch because of her they could expenence IH then
hrgh school careers
To R1Ck1C Schmldt flrst exchange student at
Frankenmuth High Old Glory w1ll recall happy
memorles of a wonderful yearm the land of the free
and pleasant experiences at FHS
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you Mr Zmk A mynad of actrvlties and experrences has dotted the th1rty
two years you ve served on the FHS faculty staff Your outstandmg personal
rnterest and gurdance in school and commuruty affairs are a mark of your con
stant wrllingness to serve To you Mr Z1nk the class of 1959 dedicates th1s
edrtor of the Eyrre.
Remembering at Frankenmuth High School would not be complete without
Almost every senior has reason to recall visits to
the offices of these men - sometimes on "business, "
but usually for advice, or just to talk.
Above is James A. Matteson, superintendent of
Tracy Stockman, right, is principal and most
often, counselor to Frankenmuth High students.
Planning to leave the FHS system this summer, Mr.
Stockman's kind understanding and cheerful philos-
ophies will long be remembered.
BOARD OF EDUCATION
This is the Frankenmuth High School board of
education in action. The untiring efforts and service
which these men contribute to the educational pro-
gram stands always to be remembered.
Standing, from left to right: James A. Matteson,
superintendent, T. W. Johnston, and Julius Yoba.
Seated: Lorenz List, John Ziegler, and Arnold
Senior activities were headed by these smiling officers,
left to right: Ron Block, vice president, Mag Knoll, sec-
retaryg Carol Haubenstricker, treasurerg and Bill Abraham,
president. Below is the class at the State capitol in Lan-
We entered Frankenmuth High School in September, 1955. Any apprehensive feelings we may have
had at the time vanished in the rush of high school activity. Our class officers were Tom Keinath, presi-
dent, Judy Satchell, vice president, Rosy Herzog, treasurer, and Mag Knoll, secretary. Sponsors were
Albert Lundgren and Harold Kaczynski, while projects included a work day and the 'Winter Wonderland
Sophisticated sophomores saw Susie Nuechterlein take the helm as president, with Fred Roedel serving
as vice presidentg Rosy Herzog, treasurer, and Mag Knoll, secretary. We were a busy lot and successfully
sponsored a box social-square dance, two work days, and a trip to Detroit where we saw "Around the
World in 80 Days. " Rosemarie Koch, Marian Pike, and Donald Beatty were our faculty advisors.
We were really rolling when we reached our junior year. It was decided that our class wouldn't take
the annual long senior trip, so we went all out on our junior projects - the prom and Krazy Karnival.
"The Family Nobody Wanted," was the junior play production. Alfred Zink, Marian Pike, and Bob
Marzonie sponsored our class, while Tom Keinath served as presidentg Fred Roedel, vice presidentg Carol
Haubenstricker, treasurer, and Mag Knoll, secretary.
Taking life easy, we slowed down in our senior year as far as activities are concerned. "Seventeenth
Summer, " was the successful senior play, the class also enjoyed a trip to the State Capitol in Lansing,
and to Detroit to view the Cinerama production, 'South Seas Adventure. " Louis Weiss, Alfred Zink, and
Gilbert Haven served as our sponsors.
Now we have reached the all-important threshold of our lives. High school has prepared us well for
the road which lies ahead of us. Happy memories of what has been and the brightness of the future com-
plete this chapter of our lives.
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LEONARD SC HMITZER
In memory of the happy go lucky red
headed lad who was left behmd m our n1nth
grade Clark Hogan passed away as a result
of an auto accldent on November 21 1955
LILLIE ABRAHAM FHA 3
WILLIAM ABRAHAM Student Councrl 1 Class PICS1
dent 4 Plays 3 4 Basketball 1 2 3 Footballl 2 3 Base
ball 1 2 3 4 Varsrty Club 2 3 4
PAUL BERGDOLT Student Counc1l3 4 Natronal
Honor Socrety 3 4 Band l Football 3,4 Track 1 2 3 4
Varsrty Club 3 4 Amerrcan Legron Award Honor Grad
STUART BRADFORD Vrce Presrdent Safety Club 1
Plays 3 4 Football 3 4 Red Cross 1 Safety Club 2 3
Varsrty Club 3 4 Eyrre Staff 4 S1x Teens Rep 3
LEON BIERLEIN VHISIIY Club Presrdent 4 National
Honor Socrety 3 4 Eyrre Staff 3 4 Football 1 2 3 4
Baseball l 2 3 4 Varsrty Club 2 3 4 MVP Football 4
Qu1ll and Scroll 3 4 Baseball Captam 3,4 MVP Base
ball 4 Most Valuable Senror Football Baseball
RON BLOCK Vrce Presrdent 4 Secretary Varsrty
Club 3 Basketball 1 2 3 Football 1 2 4 Track 1
Baseball 1 3 Varsrty Club 2 3 4
EARL BRECHTELSBAUER Baseball 2 3 4 VBISIIY Club
2 3 4
JUDY BRINKMAN Vrce Pres1dent Home Ec Club 4
CAROL DAENZER GAA 3 4 Home Ec Club 3 Red
JACOB DAENZER Safety Club 3
JAMES DAENZER Safety Club 3 Shop Club 2 4
Co Op Trarmng 4
KATHLEEN EGGEN Presrdent Red Cross 2 Musrc
Club 4 Play 3 Offtce Manager Echo Staff 3 GAA 2
Natronal Honor SOCICIY 4 Qurll and Scroll 3 F1nal1st
Natronal Merrt Scholarshrp Valedrctorran
JOHN GALSTERER Safety Club Chalrman 3 4 Play
4 Basketball 2 3 Football Manager 1 Track 1 2 Base
ball 1 4
JERRY GRAINGER Play 4 Sports Edrtor Echo Staff 3
Shop Club 1 Safety Club 2 3
VERALINE GREW Treasurer FHA 4 GAA 2 3 4 Co
Op Trarnlng 4
MARCELLA HAAS Home Ec Club 3 Commerce Club
4 Co Op Tlf81l'lll'lg 4
CAROL HAUBENSTRICKER Class Treasurer 3 4 Play
4 Echo Staff 3 Feature Edrtor 4 Eyrle Staff 2 GAA 2
3 4 Natlonal Honor SOCICIY 3 4 Red Cross 2 Qurll and
Scroll 3 4 FHA 4 Wrnter Wonderland Snow Queen 1
KATHRYN HAUBENSTRICKER Home EC Club 3
Commerce Club 4 Co Op Trarnmg 4 Commerce Club
Typlng P1n 4
EUGENE HEINLEIN VHISIIY Club 2 3 4 V1ce Presl
dent 4 Football 2 3 4 Baseball 3 4
ROSALIE HERZOG Class Treasurer 1 2 GAA 1 2
3 4 Secretary 3 Echo Staff Busmess Manager 3 News
Edrtor 4 Varsrty Cheerleader 3 4 National Honor So
crety 3 4 Teen Fashron Board Rep 4 Semor Journalrsm
Amerrcan Legron Awards Qurll and Scroll 3,4 Red
Cross 2 MSU Journalrsm Scholarshlp 2
VERNA HERZOG Plays 3 4 Echo Staff 3 Red Cross
Commerce Club 4 Natlonal Honor Socrety 4
BARB HETZNER FHA Vrce Presrdent 3 Secretary
GAA 1 2 3 4
LEON JANNI Track 2 3 4 Basketball 1 Tumblmg
2 3 4 Glee Club 2
SANDY KARST GAA 4 Red Cross 2 FHA 3
TOM KEINATH Class Presrdent 1 3 Varsrty Club
3 4 Secretary 4 Echo Staff Make Up 3 Edrtor 4 Na
uonal Honor Socrety 2 3 4 Baseball 1 2 3 4 Basket
ball 1 2 3 4 Football 1 2 3 4 Track 2 3 4 Safety
Club 3 Qurll and Scroll 3 4 Srx Teens Rep 3 Eyrle
Staff, Sports Edrtor 3 Honor Graduate MSU Journallsm
1 2 Natronal Honor Soclety 3 4 Red Cross 2 Com
merce Club 3 Musrc Club 4 Honor Graduate
MARIAN KNOLL Commerce Club V1ce Presrdent
4 Nauonal Honor Socrety 4 Home Ec Club 3 Co Op
MARILYN KROEGER FHA Presrdent 4 Plays 3
GAA 1 2 3 4 Natronal Honor Socrety 4 Tumblrng 1
2 3 4
JUDY KRUEGER Plays 3 4 GAA 2 Commerce
Club 4 Red Cross 2 Qurll and Scroll 3 4 Natronal
Honor Socrety 4
JIM MATZKE Basketball 1 2 Football 2 3 4 Track
3 4 Baseball 3 4 MVP 4 Safety Club 3 Varsrty Club 4
Glee Club 1
RAY MATZKE Play 4 Basketball 2 Track 2 3 4
Baseball 3 Safety Club 3 Musrc Club 4 Glee Club 1
NANCY MEYER Play 4 GAA 1 3 4 Natronal Honor
Socrety 4 Red Cross 2 Commerce Club 3 Home Ec
RICHARD MEYER Safety Club Secretary 3 Football
1 2 Srx Teens Rep 3
JUDY LABEAU Jets Club Treasurer 3 Play 3 Band
1 2 3 4 Typmg Club 1 FTA 2
JAMES LOESEL Student Councll 1 2 3 4 Parlla
mentarran 3 V1ce Presldent 4 Play 3 Echo Staff 4
Make Up 3 Natronal Honor Socrety 2 3,4 Basketball 1
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Remembering the 1959 Krazy Karnival
brings to mind blushing Queen Ruth Mossner
and beaming King John Hubinger, as they
receive congratulations from Principal
Heading the class of '60 in its busy junior year
are, from left to right: Don Lindow, vice president,
Lynn Mueller, treasurer, Karen Janson, secretaryg
and Tom Leach, president. Class sponsors are Mar-
gret Willis, James Owens, Marco Marcet, and Bob
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KRAZY KARNIVAL SNAPS
Sophomores class officers look over
class records and minutes ir1 preparation
for one of their class meetings. Left to
right are vice president, Robert Kern,
treasurer, Don Chase, secretary, Margit
Joerkeg and president, Connie Fisher. Class
sponsors are Thomas Thompson, Carl Nord-
strom, Dick Ziehmer, and Harry Kaczyn-
The brg project for the class of '61 was
the sophomore work day, headed by these
ambitious youngsters. From left to right are
Larry Rodammer Liz Brender, Jack Hildner,
Sandy Rummel and Joan Rupprecht.
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for the class of '62, Frederick Erndt, a
quiet, unassuming member of the class,
Into the swing of things is the class of
'62, which had no trouble adjusting to high
school life. Pictured here with a poster
advertising the big freshman project, the
'Bunny Hop, " is from left to right: Miriam
Janson, treasurerg Deanna Kaul, secretaryg
Creighton Boike, vice president, and Eldon
was struck and killed by an automobile while
riding his bicycle in April.
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Mary Ann Gerschefske
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Right: HARRY KACZYNSKI
Left: C. THOMAS DORCEY
Right: LOUIE WEISS
Center: MARCO MARCET
Right: CARL NORDSTRUM
Left: T. RICHARD ZIEHMER
Right: ALFRED ZINK
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Probably one of the most important depart-
ments at FHS is the counseling department,
headed by Homer Stinchcombe and Helena
Kaczynski. Aiding underclassmen in selecting
their respective courses, the counselors have al-
so been instrumental in helping seniors plan for
S the future.
Mr. Stinchcombe, above, shows Richard Meyer,
senior, a list of the many vocational opportunities
Right, Mrs. Kaczynski and Nancy Meyer, senior,
discuss a girls' career in nursing.
Doing a tremendous job this year, the P.T.A. played a major roll
in coordinating teacher and parent endeavors in the school program.
A style show, sponsored by this group along with several businessmen,
was presented at the annual card party fleftj.
Members of the board are, from left to
right, standing: Louie Weiss, Dick Rummel
Mrs. Albert Janson. Seated: Mrs. Bob
Worley, Mrs. Fred Kern, Albert Janson,
Bob Worley, Oscar Rau, and Walter Frahm.
With the aid of these lovely senior gals,
right, Mrs. Charlotte Worley, below, keeps
Mr. Stockman's office in organized running
order. The girls, from left to right, are:
Marian Knoll, Judy Pagels, Edna Pickel-
mann, Susy Nuechterlein, Barb Hetzner,
Judy Krueger, and Viola Reinhold.
, Fran Bruns, left, and Doris
Beyerlein, right, are Mr. Matte-
, son's efficient helpers
Giving notice of the new school bus law is Carl
Stromer, head of transportation at FHS.
A familiar scene at 3:15, the
bus line-up offers fast and easy
boarding for the trip home.
SENIORS AT WORK
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Judy Pagels fleftj a senior, is a
four year member of the squad.
This year Judy became captain.
Rosy Herzog Qrightj a senior, has
completed her second cheerleading
Reigning over the annual homecoming were
these radiant beauties, chosen by the football
squad as the most popular gals in school. Lovely
Queen Connie Fischer Qcenterj was crowned dur-
ing a half-time ceremony at the football en-
counter with North Branch by Arnold Nuechterlein,
secretary of the school board. Members of Con-
nie's court were Qleftj Judy Krueger, senior, and
frightj Carla McConnell, freshman. Connie is
As important to the school as
the teams they support, these FHS
cheerleaders stuck with the fellas
through thick and thin. Back row,
varsity girls are Karen Janson, Rosy
Herzog, Judy Pagels, and Mary Ann
Suppes. Front row, junior varsity:
Connie Fischer, Nancy Rummel,
Dianna Kaul, and Sandy Rummel,
Meet the undefeated team! Back row, from left to right: Mike Naegele, Mike Nuechterlein,
Jack Hildner, Jim Loesel, Marty Warnick, Ron Block, Walt Reinbold, Stuart Bradford, Art Loesel, Tom
Keinath, Harvey Reinhart. Second row: Andy Vitany, assistant coach, Tom Leach, Fred Roedel,
Darrel Bierlein, Dennis Kaul, Jerome Korf, Detlef Olsen, Jim Matzke, Jim Zehnder, Ken Bickel, Mel
Bierlein, Pete Janson, Gary Rummel, manager, Harry Kaczynski, coach. Front row: Bill Stromer,
manager, Bert Bleke, Len Chase, Eugene Heinlein, Ken Worley, Randy Heine, Jack McConnell, Dave
Johnston, Leon Bierlein, Eugene Rummel, Jim Baker, Bill Abraham.
Coaches Andy Vitany and Harold Kaczynski discuss
their formula for success, right, while below is listed
the results of the winning season.
Sag. St. Mary
H 7- 0
T 26- O
H 26- 0
T 46- O
T 13- 6
T 19- O
H 27- 0
Rated to the All-State football squad by the Detroit
Times were these husky senior Eagles. Leon "62"
Bierlein, left, and Fred Roedel, right.
THE BIG "F"
The final victory was completed. FHS senior gridders slipped off
their precious jersies for the last time. They had done their job well -
undefeated in twenty-four straight games.
TOP ROW: Most Valuable Player, All-Area first team, All-State
honorable mention, guard, Leon "62" Bierleing Co-Captain, All-Area
first team, All-State first team, end, Fred Roedelg Co-Captain, A11-
Area honorable mention, tackle, Len Chaseg tackle. Eug Heinleing
back, Jim Matzke.
SECOND ROW: End, Tom Keinathg end, Jim Loeselg end, Eug
Rummelg guard, Mike Naegele.
VERTICAL: Center, Bill Abraham: back, Ron Block, guard, Paul
Bergdoltg tackle, Charles Zehnderg tackle, Stu Bradford.
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Standing, from left to right are: Coach Bob DeMain, Peter Hetzner,
Lewis Simpson, James Veitengruber, Larry Rodammer, Eugene Schiefer,
and Bob Kern. Kneeling: Ken Bickel, Mike Nuechterlein, Jim Baker,
Fred Galsterer, Marwood Landskroener, and Tom Weiss.
To acquaint the freshman boys with the game of basketball, its rules,
and the coaching methods involved, and to develop the talents of these
eager lads, is the purpose of the freshman team.
Although winning only four
of the fourteen games they
played, these young Eaglets
promise spirit, enthusiasm,
and desire for varsity teams in
Standing, from left to right
are: Coach Ron Hildner, John
Krumnauer, Mark Eggen, Dan
Creger, Eldon Geyer, Jolm Schel-
lhas, and Jerry Reinert. Kneeling:
Lanny Nuechterlein, Richard
Baker, Bi11Zue11ig, Dick Gal-
sterer, and Tom Abraham.
Mastering the great American pastime for a season record of six wins and four losses were these Eagle
glovemen. Top row, left to right: Gary Hegenauer, Bill Abraham, Jack Hildner, Charles Knoll, Bert
Bleke, Eugene Heinlein, Jim Baker, Ken Bickel, Ron Nuechterlein, manager. Second row: Coach
Marco Marcet, Gary Rummel, manager, Mike Nuechterlein, John Galsterer, Larry Rodammer, Jim
Matzke, Earl Brechtelsbauer, Leon Bierlein. Seated are: LeRoy Parlberg, Marwood Landskroener, Fred
Kroeger, Ken Worley, Randy Heine, Len Chase, Tom Weiss, Dave Hunter, and Fred Galsterer.
Hitting when it counts, adding a
little more effort to fielding that
ground ball and "talking it up" on
the field are just a few sportsman-
ship qualities of Jimmie "Mose"
Matzke, left, and Leon "62" Bier-
lein who were selected most valu-
able player and captain respectively
by their teammates.
Taking third place in the Class "C" State Finals, this is the FHS track team. Back row, from left
to right: Pete Janson, Ken Jammer, Earl Palmreuter, Bob Bennett, Ken Worley, Tom Leach, Floyd
Beyerlein, Jim Duffield, Charley Nickless, Gerald Frank. Second row: Coach Kaczynski, Carl Sch-
mitzer, Tim Keinath, Carl Schwartzkopf, Wally Reinbold, Randy Heine, Jim Zehnder, Eldon Geyer,
Bill Zuellig, manager. Front row: Mike Naegele, Jim Matzke, Jack McConnell, Jim Loesel, Don
Voorheis, Tom Keinath, Paul Bergdolt, Kieth Jammer, Eugene Schiefer, George Frank.
Newspapers all over the state label him Don "Flash" Voorheis Z . G ,,. 15
frightl. This quiet, easygoing young man is the holder of state ...M
records in the 100 and 220-yard dashes, and has been selected by
his teammates as team captain and most valuable player for four
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the track team will be losing next year
are, standing: Jim Matzke, 440, Carl
Schwartzkopf, mile, Paul Bergdolt,
mileg Tom Keinath, 880.
Capturing many awards was this 880-
yard relay team. From left to right:
Wally Reinhold, sophomore, Jack Mc-
Connell, juniorg Jim Loesel, senior,
Don Voorheis, senior.
Winning the three softball games they played
were these members of the gal's team. Back row,
left to right: Connie Fischer, Marilyn Lash, Eliaz-
beth Brender, Karen Janson, Linda Lee, Sue Scott,
Carlotta Kronkowski. Second row: Mrs. Kaczynski,
coach, Sandy Rummel, Roberta Engel, Michelle
Schutt, Mary Ann Gerschefske, Julie Vanwormer,
Mary Lou Loesel, Susan Schmitzer. Third row:
Rosie Rodammer, Mary Ann Suppes, Shirley Reinert,
Sally Rummel, senior, Janet Schmitzer, senior, Jan
Kline, Kat Brechtelsbauer.
Coordination and practice combine in making the fine FHS tumbling
squad. Below, in pyramid balance are, from left to right: Mary Shoe-
maker, Mary Lou Loesel, Marilyn Kroeger, senior, Jan Kline, Leon Ianni,
senior, Kathy Stackowitz, Wayne Savage, Julie Vanwormer, Kathy Mc-
Connell, Linda Lee, Bill Abraham, senior, Tom Abraham.
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member, Elmer Simons.
MOST VALUABLE SENIORS
Seniors, chosen as most valuable
to the team in each sport by their
teammates, were presented their
awards at the annual alumni banquet
Jr, on May 26.
Receiving the basketball award from
Herb Bronner, is Jim Loesel.
In memory of a fine scholar and superior athlete, the Tom
Block trophy was purchased by the varsity club with funds do-
nated by the class of '58, of which Tom was a member at his
death. Recipient of the award was Jim Loesel, left, who re-
ceives the trophy from Leon Bierlein.
Leon Blerlern receives his
second trophy of the evening,
this for baseball, from Jim
The track sensation of the state, Don Flash
Voorheis accepts the track award from Arnold Baker.
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Elected by the faculty to the Alfred G. Zink chapter of the National Honor Society are, ,back row:
Connie Fischer, Barbara Barzcak, Jean Rodammer, Marge Mueller, Tom Leach, Art Loesel, Bob Hart,
Reardon Campeau, Julie VanWormer. Second row: Jo Techentien, Marlene Hecht, Tim Keinath,
George Frank, Charles Nickless, LeRoy Parlberg, Dee Joerke, Linda Lee, Mary Ann Suppes. Third row:
Mag Knight, Jan Kline, Ricky Schmidt, Judy Pagels, Marilyn Kroeger, Kathy Eggen, Charlotte Willard,
Nancy Meyer, Mag Knoll, Lynn Mueller, Marilyn Fijak. Seated: Susie Nuechterlein, Verna Herzog,
Marian Knoll, Rosie Herzog, Tom Keinath, Alfred G. Zink, sponsor, Jim Loesel, Sally Rummel, Carol
Haubenstricker, Leon Bierlein, Paul Bergdolt. Tom Keinath, Jim Loesel, and Sally Rummel are three
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
QUILL AND SCROLL
Members of the Margret Y. Willis chapter of Quill and Scroll are, back row, left to right: Art Stel-
lwag, Dorothy Frakes, John Galsterer, Susie Nuechterlein. Second row: Sally Rummel, Tom Keinath,
Nancy LaBeau, Fred Roedel, Marilyn Fijak. Seated are: Kathy Eggen, Rosie Herzog, Jim Loesel,
Margret Y. Willis, sponsorg Carol Haubenstricker, and Judy Pagels.
Among their many projects, F. H.A. members sponsored the annual style show. Back
row, left to right are: Marian Pike, advisor, Barbara Pretzer, Helga Schillinger, Martha
Poellet, Carolyn Goodman, Lucille Schiefer, Pauline Frank, Karen Laux, Eunice Rittmuel-
ler, Sharon Riess, Janice Mayer. Second row: Carlotta Kronkowski, Sue Scott, Pat Crotzer,
Marilyn Laux, Jayne Klemish, Diane Slater, Nancy Meyer, Kathy Stackowicz, Carol Hauben-
stricker, Barbara Smith. Seated: Sherry Castagnier, pianist, Marjorie Mueller, parliamen-
tarian, Linda Lee, historian, Judy Brinkman, vice president, Marilyn Kroeger, president,
Barb Hetzner, secretary, Veraline Grew, treasurer, Elizabeth Brender, reporter, Charlotte
Willard, song leader.
Admiring their pins for outstanding work in the 4
home economics field, presented by Miss Pike are
left, Charlotte Willard, Frankenmuth High's Home-
maker of Tomorrow, and Rosy Herzog, the FHS rep-
resentative to McCal1's Teen Fashion Board. ""
Industrious shop club members are, back row, left to right: Warren Nabor, advisor,
Charles Knoll, lim Daenzer, Lester Huber, Allan I-Iaubenstricker, Earl Schlegel, vice pre
dent, Melvin Bierlein, Gerald Frank, Mike Vanwormer, president, Dave Starke, Jerome
Korf. Kneeling: Calvin Laux, Ed Reif, Paul Uriche, Harvey Reinhart, Fred Kern, Ed Van
Wormer, Ron Nuechterlein, secretary-treasurer, Ron Katona.
Remembering those varsity club days will be a lasting pleasure for these letter winners who share a mutual
interest in sports, Back row, left to right, Mike Nuechterlein, Fred Kroeger, Bill Abraham, Jim Matzke, Fred
Roedel, Don Voorheis, Jim Loesel, George Frank, Detlef Olsen, Eugene Rummel, Len Chase, Tom Leach, Mike
Naegele, Ron Block, Ken Worley, Jim Baker, Tim Keinath, Dave Johnston, Bill Stromer, Harold Kaczynski,.
sponsor, Front row, Earl Brechtelsbauer, Paul Bergdolt, Wally Reinbolt, treasurer, Tom Keinath, secretary,
Leon Bierlein, president, Eugene Heinlein, vice president, Leroy Parlberg, Ken Bickel, Charles Nickless, Gary
Rummel, and missing are Stuart Bradford, and Randy Heine.
Girls participate in athletics, too, and look forward to Monday nights when G. A.A. members meet and "let
off steam." Back row, from left to right: Pat Mclnerny, Miriam Janson, Arlene Ulrich, Dearma Kaul, Lucille
Schiefer, Nancy Matzke, Janet Loesel, Janet Shurry, Sally Pagels, Michelle Schutt, Janet Faerber, Mary Loesel,
Virginia Weber. Second row: Carolyn Palmrueter, Karen Daenzer, Judy Yoba, Mary Laux, Connie Fischer,
Sandy Rummel, Margy Miller, Bev Vanek, Kay Brechtelsbauer, Sally Sohn. Third row, Marian Pike, and Helena
Kaczynski, sponsors, Mary Shoemaker, Mag Knight, Shirley Reinert, Rose Rodammer, Ruth Mossner, Linda Lee,
Carlotta Kronkowski, Eunice Fischer, Diane Roedel, Brenda Hartner, Sharon Janson, Janet Kraenzlein, Sue Scott.
Second row: Lynn Mueller, Pat Crotzer, Jan Kline, Carol Haubenstricker, Caroline Schiefer, Carol Daenzer,
Judy Brinkman, Nancy Meyer, Janet Schmitzer, Diane Bierman, Mary Ann Suppes, Karen Janson. Front row,
Barbara Hetzner, Sandra Karst, Veraline Grew, Marilyn Fijak, vice president, Judy Pagels, secretary, Susie
Nuechterlein, president, Janet Loesel, point keeper, Jo Rupprecht, treasurer, Sal Rummel, Marilyn Kroeger, and
Smiling members of the music club are, back row, left to right: Carl Nordstrom, advisor,
Willy Schmidt, Wayne Savage, Kent Burgess, Duane Vance, Tom Weiss, secretary-treasurer.
Second row: Jan Kline, Julie VanWormer, Yvonne Hoyt, Sally Sohn, Lucille Schiefer, Bev
Vanek, vice president, Judy Yoba, Jean Rodammer. Front row: Donna Aldrich, Karen Irish,
Margit Joerke, Kay Brechtelsbauer, Kathy Burgess, Shirley Reinert, Jan Anderson, Mag Knoll,
Helen Chawaniec. Gloria List, president, is absent.
Prospective secretaries and office personnel find commerce
club activities particularly interesting. Left, are business
students, left to right: Marcella Haas, Edna Pickelmann,
Marian Knoll and Kathy Haubenstricker, who are on the co-
Below, members of the commerce club are as follows,
standing, left to right: Janet Loesel, Janet Kraenzlein,
Kathy Haubenstricker, Peter Nieznajko, Bill Rau, Ron Palm-
reuter, Ron Schnierla, Marlene Hecht, Lilly Mayer, Eunice
Fischer, Marcella Haas. Seated: Louis Weiss, sponsor,
Marian Knoll, vice president, Judy Satchell, president, Edna
Pickelmann, secretary-treasurer, Judy Krueger.
Mother nature and her performances interest this group of students who meet during activity
period. Back row, left to right: Alfred Zink, sponsor, Jerry Reinert, James Knoll, Edward
Roedel, Jim Duffield, vice president. Jack McConnell, president, Carl Swartzkopf, John Kern
secretary, Ronald Wendland, Carl Schmitzer, Herb Lelo, Dick Cronk. Front row: Michelle
Schutt, Mary Loesel, Virginia Weber, Janet Faerber, treasurer, Eugene Galsterer, Martin Geyer
missing Don Ryan, Fred Galsterer, Eugene Knoll.
NATURAL SCIENCE CLUB
Trying to fine out why things happen as they do in
science and mathematics brings about many projects for
jets club members, who enjoyed a trip to the Flint Plan-
etarium to study the stars. Back row, left to right: Ken
Weber, Jim Veitengruber, Tom Brinkman, Dale Schurry.
Third row: Jim Karst, Rick Strout, Bill Zuellig, Crayton
Boike, Harry Woelzlein. Second row: John Roedel, Fred
Erndt, Bill Crunk, Sue Simpson, Marie Haas, Len Felgn-
er. Front row: Jim Owens, advisor, Bill Wagner, presi-
dent, Sharon Fisher, secretary, 'Buster' Simpson, vice
president, Charles Dorsey, advisor, missing Bill Hook,
treasurer, Charles Veitengruber.
According to Homer Stinchcombe, advisor to this
happy group, there are two definitions for a psychics
club. One, it is an organization by which several
intellectual individuals gather to study life's psychic
phenomena while enjoying their daily noon nourish-
Two, the psychics club consists of a bunch of nuts
who enjoy having dinner together.
Back row, from left to right: Homer Stinchcombe
advisor, Mag Knight, Charlotte Willard, Carla Mc-
Connell, Mary Ann Gerschefski, Len Felgner. Front
row: Bob Hart, president, Detlef Olsen, vice presi-
dent, Janet Faerber, secretary, Bill Crunk, treasurer,
Forensics consists of individual competition by
categories. Students are judged first on district con-
tests, and then in regionals. Connie Fischer, left,
placed first in the interpretive reading category in
the regionals and second in the district. Right, Jim
Loesel, in original oratory rated first in district and
second in the regionals. Jean Rodammer also entered
in this category.
Debate and forensics, headed by Richard
Ziehmer, were new to the activity program
this year. Providing wonderful training for
the mind, these competitive exercises call
for hours of research and study. Left is the
debate team which won 10 out of the 13 de-
bates in which it participated, From left
to right: Gloria List, Dick Ziehmer, coach,
Mary Lou Loesel, Michelle Schutt, Tom
Weiss, Bob Hart, Julie Vanwormer, Marjy
Above right, is Mike Nuechterlein and
Bob Hart, both entered in extemporaneous
speech. Bob took first place in the district.
Lynn Mueller, right, took part in the
interpretive reading category.
Declamation was the category of these
"But, girls, be reasonable, 1've taught you
all I know, " pleads Coach Ziehmer with,
below, Judy Krueger left, and Corinne Bleke
who were entered in humorous reading.
girls, left, Mary Lou Loesel and Gloria List.
Ma ke-Up Editor
Conference as the finest newspaper
in the state, was the Eagle Echo,
as well as the '58 Eyrie, produced
by last year's journalism class. V .ph
Tom Keinath, right, is editor-in- -J - 'X F X
chief of the Echo. Rosy Herzog,
managing editor, is absent.
Mrs. Margret Willis, right, has been the
head of this department since its origin in
'57. Under her supervision are senior stu-
demg, upper left, standing: Judy Krueger,
Eugene Rummel, Carol Haubenstricker,
feature editor, James Loesel, and Sally
Rummel, student advisor. This group was
instrumental in presenting the workshop for
area schools last fall.
Holding a joint banquet initiation at Zehnder's Hotel with
Quill and Scroll members from Bay City Handy, these six pledges
of the Matgret Y. Willis Chapter were sworn in as members of
the organization. From left to right: John Galsterer, Fred Roedel
Dorothy Frakes, Nancey LaBeau, Ron Stellwag, and Marilyn Fijak
Dressed in the smart new, flashing-red uniforms for which they worked so hard, here
is the FHS band! Back row, left to right: Carl Nordstrom, director, Eugene Block,
Carla McConnell, Dorothy Frakes, Michelle Schutt, Wayne Savage, Herb Lelo, drum
major, Marilyn Lash, Sheryl Geyer, Betsy Albasta, Kathy Burgess, Margit Joerke.
Second row: Virginia Weber, Janet Faerber, Tom Abraham, Judy LaBeau, Bob Hart,
Jack McConnell. Third row: Judy Brinkman, Corrinne Bleke, Donna Aldrich, Charlie
Nickless, Lloyd Phillips, Dick Galsterer, Lanny Nuechterlein, Larry List, Helen Chow-
aniec, Jim Hudson, Jerry Zuercher, Brenda Hartner, Colleen Miller, Barbara Barczak.
Front row: Jim Duffield, Fred Galsterer, Susan Schmitzer, Karen Zehnder, Charlotte
"Man with the horn" is Mr. Nordstrom, left, who thrilled FHS jazz enthusiasts with
old favorites as "You Made Me Love You' and, "Sugar Blues."
One of Frankenmuth s most ver-
satile gals is smiling Dot Frakes,
right. Dorothy held her own piano
recital this spring in the auditorium.
A popular trombone-piano com-
Raising money for band uniforms was the great bination are Carla and Jack Mc-
project of the Music Boosters who sponsored a talent Connell. both members of the band.
show from which this hillbilly scene was taken.
From left to right: Dorothy Frakes, Michelle Schutt,
Marry Lou Loesel, Mary Ann Gerschefske, Jan Faer-
ber, Carla McConnell.
Meet the cast to this year's senior play production, 'Seven-
Starring in the delightful three-act presentation was a complete senior
cast. Above are, back row, -left to right: Ray Matzke, Jerry Grainger,
Eugene Rummel, Ron Palmreuter. Front row: Judy Brinkman, Judy Pagels,
Nancy Meyer, Verna Herzog, Stu Bradford, Susie Nuechterlein, and Judy
Right are Marian Pike, assistant director, Bill Abraham and Carol
Haubenstricker, leading players and Ronald Leinweber, director.
Prompting, make-up, and last minute
Members of the production staff below
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at ' ' Sitting- Carol Daenzer Janet Sch-
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mg: Chiles Zehnder, Eugene I-lemlein, an miner' Mag Knoll' and Marilyn Kmeger
Ron Bloc .
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details for the play were left to these girls
Standing- Charlotte Willard Sandra Karst
- - - Coketails - Eugene Rummel's
- - - - Dinner - Zehnder Hotel
- - - Dance - FHS Gymnasium
- - - - Foot Hockey - Verna Herzog's
"WITH A SONG IN MY HEART"
Many hours of work and planning suddenly seemed worthwhile
for the junior class on May 29, when they presented the seniors
with a prom truly ro be remembered. The banquet began at
7100 with swiss steak dinners on the menu. While everyone sat
back comfortably after the meal, Tom Leach welcomed the
group and Bill Abraham offered his thanks on behalf of the seniors
Charles Nickless and Karen Janson took charge of the giftatory
which followed, and proved to be quite hilarious.
At 9:00, stomachs and hearts filled, the "gang" went to the
school. Juniors glowed with pride as seniors "oo-ed and ah'ed"
at the cheery, springtime decorations. The Arliss Woodward
orchestra offered romantic melodies both for listening and danc-
ing, while in the cafeteria, punch and cookies were on hand
throughout the evening. All too soon the clock struck one, and
seniors heard the familiar strains of "Good Night Sweetheart" call
a reluctant farewell to a wonderful evening and four years of
happy memories at F. H. S.
PRO M-NIGHT ACTIVITY
- - - Hot Pretzels - Bill Abraham's
- - - - Shuffleboard - Gary Rummel's
- - - Breakfast - Sally Rummel's
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and LEON BIERLEIN
MARILYN KROEGER and
MARCY HAAS and
Most L1ke1y to Succeed
KATHY EGGEN and JIM LOESEL
VERNA HERZOG and
JUDY PAGELS and
Valedictorian of the class
of '59 was Kathy Eggen, right,
who held a 3. 97 point average.
Charlotte Willard, left, was
Salutatorian. Graduating with
honors Q3. 5 or better, were
Paul Bergdolt, Tom Keinath,
Mag Knoll, Jim Loesel, and
The American Legion Citizenship awards
went to Paul Bergdolt fbelowj and Rosy
Herzog, presented by Mat Kern.
Sally Rummel, right, was selected as
Frankenmuth High School's first exchange
student, and will spend the summer in
Seniors granted scholarship awards were as follows:
Kathy Eggen - Eldred Memorial Scholarship,
Kalamazoo College, Regent's Alumni Scholarship,
University of Michigan, MSU Honors Scholarship,
Valparaiso University Scholarship.
Paul Bergdolt - Michigan College of Mining and
Technology High School Scholarship.
Rosy Herzog - MSU Entrance Scholarship, Saginaw
Garden Club Scholarship.
Tom Keinath - MSU Honors Scholarship, Michigan
College of Mining and Technology High School Schol
Marilyn Kroeger - CMU State Board of Education
Scholarship, Rotary Scholarship.
Jim Loesel - Great Lakes Area Scholarship Oberlin
College, US Naval Acadamy.
Charlotte Willard - MSU Honors Scholarship, Lions
Baccalaureate service was held Sunday, June 7, at
seven-thirty at St. Lorenz Lutheran Church.
Forming our procession beside the Cen-
tennial house, we filed across the street and
into the big church, followed by our teach-
Pastor Mehlberg addressed us and empha-
sized the importance of "doing the right
thing for the right reason. "
Graduation night, June 9, proved to be a beautiful
evening. The FHS band was playing "Pomp and Cir-
cumstance' and we found ourselves walking solemnly
onto the football field.
We stood together by our chairs after the proces-
sional, while the teachers took their places. The
football field suddenly disappeared and we were
standing on a thick, green carpet.
Dusk fell as Pastor Kehrberg prayed the Invocation.
The Evening Star twinkled merrily in the sky, like the
harbinger of a happy future.
Mr. Matteson gave a brief S
welcome talk and introduced
Charlotte Willard, class Salu-
"The future is ours to hold, " Charlotte said in her
concluding remarks. 'With God's help we want to
continue to build upon our high school foundation. . .
Following the awarding of schol-
arships by Mr. Stinchcombe, Kathy
Eggen offered her Valedictory ad-
dress. Kathy stressed our good for-
tune in finding our education in T
'Take Thou my hands and lead me. "
The words of the class song, sung by Elmer
Schemm, and accompanied by Dick Nuech-
terlein, fell assuringly on our anxious ears.
"Be afraid, but do not fear. Raise your voice for honesty and truth,
raise it against injustice and lies. Pray for the courage to stand up and
be counted, " advised Dr. Samuel Cornelius, head of the English De-
partment at Alma College, in his inspiring address.
Diplomas were then awarded by Mr. Stockman and John Ziegler,
president of the school board. The band played the new school song
as we marched quietly from the football field, away from high school
and into the future.
"Eyrie" staff members from left to right: Fred Roedel,
Leon Bierlein, Carey Schiefer, Sal Rummel, Louis Weiss,
Susy Nuechterlein, Kathy Eggen, Stu Bradford, John Galsterer.
"Men with the money" are these members
of the advertising staff. Receiving the whole-
hearted support of the local businessmen these
boys sold enough ads to completely finance the
The '59 "Eyrie" is a basement product
of the Richard Rummel residence. Sally
Rummel fbelowj was editor-in-chief, while
her father, Dick, advised the group. Mr.
Rummel donated almost all pictures in the
Layout and typing were the pri-
mary duties of fleftj Carey Schief-
er, Leon Bierlein, and Susy Nuech-
' .W FNS
Left, are Kathy Eggen fshe writes the checks, and
Louis Weiss, faculty advisor, fhe signs themj.
TO THE STUDENTS OF FRANKENMUTH HIGH SCHOOL
S 81 E MACHINE PARTS
CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES
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STAR OF THE WEST
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Senlor Por tr a.1ts
to the Class of
Congratulatlons Gr ads
and Best Wlshes
to the Class of
Congr atulatlons Gr aduate s
WEISS FARM EQUIPMENT
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RUMMEL STUDIO of
and Best Wlshes
to the Class of 1959
OSCAR RAU ELECTRIC
THE FRANKENMUTH NEWS
Clucken Seafood Steaks
To Future Homernakers
Class of 1959
ARNOLD KR UEGE R
" Your Record Headquarters"
ZEHNDER S HOTEL
BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF
RAY E. WEISS - Distributor
Clas s of '59
Don's Standard Service
Norm's Oldsmobile Sales
Baker Sales and Service
Albert Hetzner, Pontiac Dealers
Ben Franklin Store
Hubinger Super Market
Ed's Barber Shop
Bradford, LaRiviere, Inc.
Trinklein Oil Co.
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2 3 4 Capta1n Most Valuable Semor 4 Football 1 2
3 4 Track 1 2 3 4 Qurll and Scroll 3 4 Pres1dent 4
Tom Block Award 4 lst Place D1str1ct Forensrcs 2n
Regronals 4 Honor Graduate
MIKE NAEGELE Basketball 3 Football 1 4 Track
2 3 4 Varsrty Club 3 4
KAY NUECHTERLEIN Qu1ll and Scroll 4 Vrce P13651
dent 3 Class Presrdent 2 GAA 1 2 3 4 Pres1dent 4 Re
Cross 2 Softball 3 Student Councrl 1 Natronal Honor
QOCICIY 4 MSU Journalrsm Scholarshrp 2 Plays 3 4 Echo
Staff 3 Eyrre Staff 3 4
JUDY PAGELS GAA 1 2 3 4 Secretary 4 Play 4
Echo Staff 3 Cheerleader 1 2 3 4 Captam 4 Natronal
Honor Socrety 4 Red Cross 2 Qurll and Scroll 3 4 Eyrre
RON PALMREUTER Play 4 Track 1 2 Safety Club
EDNA PICKELMANN Commerce Club Secretary 4
Home Ec Club Secretary 3 Natlonal Honor Soclety 4
Co Op Trarnrng 4
BILL. RAU Basketball 2 Track 2 Safety Club 3
Radro Club 2 Commerce Club 4
VIOLA REINBOLD Home Ec Club 3
FREDERICK ROEDEL Student Councrl 4 Pres1dent
Class Vrce Pres1dent 2 3 Echo Staff Make Up 4 Eyr1e
Staff Baseball 1 2 Basketball 1 2 3 4 Football 1
4 Co Capta1n, All Area All State 4 Varsrty Club 2
3 4 Qurll and Scroll 4
MARTIN ROGNER Track 2 3 Safety Club 3 Glee
EUGENE RUMMEL Plays 3 4 Football 4 Track 3
Safety Club 2 Scrence Club 3 Varslty Club 4
GARY RUMMEL Play 3 Basketball Manager 1
4 Football Manager 1 2 3 4 Baseball Manager 1 2 3 4
TAYLQISJ EU ?LlSP:lN9 'COMPANY
SALLY RUMMEL Student Counc1l1 2 3 4 Secretary
2 3 Plays 3 Echo Staff 1 2 3 4 Sports 2 Edrtor 3
Student Advlsor 4 MSU Journallsm Scholarshrp 2 MSU
Journalrsm Awards 2 GAA 1 4 Natronal Honor SOCICIY
2 3 4 Qulll and Scroll 3 4 Softball 1 2 3 4 Tumbllng
1 Glee Club 1 Red Cross 2 Eyrre staff 2 4 Ed1tor 4
Karnlval Oueen 3 Exchange Student 4 Honor Graduate
JUDY SATCHELL Class VICC Pres1dent 1 Commerce
Club VICE Pres1dent 3, Pres1dent 4 GAA Pornt Keeper
2 Echo Staff Busrness Manager Lrbrarran 4 Red Cross 2
CAROLINE SCHIEFER GAA 3 4 Home EC Club 2 3
Eyrre Staff 4
ULRIKE SCHMIDT Student Counc1l1 2 3 4 Class
Pres1dent 1 2 3 Neue Augustanerpost Staff Natlonal
Honor Socrety 4 Exchange Student 4 Honor Graduate
LEONARD SCHMITZER Baseball 1 Safety Club 2 3
3 GAA 4 Co Op Trarnmg 4
RON SCHNIERLA Band 1 2 Basketball 1 Safety
Club 3 Commerce Club 4 Co Op Trarnmg 4
CARL SCHWARTZKOPF Basketball 1 2 Track 1
3 4 Safety Club 3 Red Cross 2 Natural Scrence 4
Varsrty Club 4 Debate 4
DON VOORHEIS Varrsty Club 1 2 3 4 V1ce Pres1
dent 2 Band 1 2 Basketball 1 2 3 4 MVP4 Football
1 2 3 Trackl 2 3 4 MVP Capta1n 1 2 3 4 Most
Valuable Seruor State Records rn 100 220 yard Dashes
CHARLOTTE WILLARD Play 3 Natronal Honor
Socrety 3 4 Band 1 2 3 4 Red Cross 2 FHA 3 4
Homemaker of Tomorrow 4 Semr f1nal1st Natronal
Merrt Scholarshlp Glee Club 4 Thumb B Talent Show
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