Frankenmuth High School - Eyrie Yearbook (Frankenmuth, MI)
- Class of 1961
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Members of the journalism class of Frankenmuth High School
take great pleasure in presenting the fourth volume of the "Eyrie"
with the hope that it will recall pleasant thoughts and happy memories.
The use of "Old Glory" has become a traditional symbol in the
Eyrie, and in this volume we will present many of the thoughts and
ideas for which this f1ag.of the United States stands. We hope that
it will serve as aconstant reminder ofthe blessings we, as Americans,
Table of Contents
. . . .FOREWORD
....DE DIC ATION
....C LASSROOM ACTIVITIES
.EXTRAC URRICULAR ACTIVITIES
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Gathering ut the pre-school meeting to discuss the school program for the coming year are members
of the faculty along with other school personnel.
To the entire faculty of Frankenmuth
High School, who has given countless hours
of service and understanding, not only to
promote students' academic education, but
to give them a well-rounded background in
all areas to prepare them adequately for the
future, we dedicate the Eyrie, 1961,
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Objectives of this
school district are to main-
tain a well-rounded ed-
ucational program through-
out the entire system.
The basic objective of
this program is to produce
good citizens, who have
learned to develop their
social, phys ical, and
mental potentialities to the
Operating under a new law, the
board has expanded from five to
seven members. These members
are, left to right, T, W,Johnston,
John Ziegler, Lorenz H List,
Arnold Nuechterlein, Julius
Yoba, Wyman Hegenauer, and
Board 0 Education
Robert Wallen, principal of Frankenmuth High School, is
a graduate of Central Michigan University, class of 1950,
Following his graduation he came to Frankenmuth where
he served for seven years as amathernatics and shop teacher
and later as principal. He obtained his masterls degree
from the University of Michigan in 1953,
Mr. Wallen left Frankenmuth in 1958 to continue graduate
studies at the University of Michigan for fifteen months,
He served as teacher and counselor for nine months
thereafter at Dearborn Township Schools,
In 1960 he returned to Frankenmuth as principal,a capacity
which he will fill for the 1961-1962 school year,
Richard Ziehmer, superintendent of Frankenmuth Public
schools, graduated from Pontiac High School. After serving
in the Army, he continued his studies at Eastern Michigan
University, and graduated in 1952 withaBachelor of Science
Mr, Ziehmer taught at Walled Lake for one year and
Almont for three years before coming to Frankenmuth in
1958, where he served as English teacher and coached
debate and forensics.
In 1959 he obtained his Masters degree from the University
of Michigan and was appointed as principal. In the ,summer
of 1960, Mr. Ziehmer assumed the duties of superintendent
and will continue serving in this capacity for the 1961-
1962 school year. At the present time he is also doing
graduate work through the University of Michigan.
Homer Stinchcombe and Mrs. Helena Kaczynski are
in charge of the guidance and counselling program
at Frankenmuth. When students desire advice or
information concerning vocational, educational, or
personal matters they are very capably assisted
by the counselors.
Mr. Stinchcombe is head ofthe guidance and test-
ing program, while Mrs, Kaczynski works inapart
time capacity. Both are graduates of Central
Michigan University with Masters degrees from
the University of Michigan.
James Vitany has served as principal of the
Frankenmuth District Elementary School since
1956 and will return for the 1961-1962 school year,
In additionto his duties as. principal, he teaches the
sixth grade and assists in coaching elementary
and junior high sports.
Mr. Vitany graduated from Central Michigan Uni-
versity in 1949 with a Bachelor of Arts degree and
obtained his Masters degree from the University
of Michigan in 1954,
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Doris Beyerlein has been working in the
superintendent's office for three years, and
is always willing to assist a stray student,
teacher, or Mr, Ziehnier, She is a former
graduate of Frankenmuth High School.
Karen Janson, who started as a co-op student
last year, handled all the rnoney and checks in
the superintendent's office, Karen left in April
to assume duties as medical secretary at St.
Mary's Hospital in Saginaw.
Always smiling, always helpful, Charlotte Worley carries on as the "backbone"
of Mr, Wallen's office. Mrs. Worley has served as high school secretary since
1957, and plans to return next year.
Getting out bulletins, typing, answering phones and running errands are the duties
of the office girls pictured below who assist Mrs. Worley in the principal's office,
TOP ROW: Left to rightg Carolyn Palmreuter, Karen Daenzer, Marie Haas, Sharon
Schwartzkopf, Elizabeth Brender, Joan Rupprecht, Janet Loesel, Absent were
Connie Fischerand Jane Haubenstricker,
Credit for the maintenance and cleanliness of the school andthe neat grounds goes
to the custodians, Left to right are Ron Palmreuter, Kurt Schmitzer, William Gallagher,
Mrs, Schmitzer, and Alois Schmitzer, Mr. Schmitzer, head custodian, along with his V
wife and son, have a full time job keeping the school Clean, Larry Rodammer, not
pictured, is also a janitorial assistant.
Arthur Hildner has taken the place ofCarl Stromer
as head of transportation. Buses are kept in
excellent condition by Mr, Hildner, who drives a
school bus every day and takes the athletes to
games and meets.
In January of 1950, a hot lunch program was added to the ever-growing Frankenmuth High School by
Mrs, Elizabeth Simpson, Later that year, Mrs, Christine Rummel was appointed head cook, assisted by
Mrs. Ella Mueller. As the school grew, additional cooks were hired to fill the need, at present there are
seven cooks who serve 450 students aday, They are, back row, Mrs. Delphine Stroebel, Mrs. Doris Creger,
Mrs, Myles Willard, Mrs, Helen Block, Front row, Mrs, Dorothy McMahill, Mrs, Christine Rummel,
Chief cook, and Mrs. Ada Loesel,
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LEFT TO RIGHT: Larry Roclammer, James Baker, and
Detlef Olsen discover the wonder of science and the
Complexity of mathematics as they work out a physics
Working on their college English themes are
left to right, William Hrinik, Mary Zeilinger,
Suzanne Simpson, and Kay Brechtelsbauer.
Teaching the elements of the English language are left
to rightg Donald Barnett, Thomas Thompson, Mrs. Margret
Willis, and Miss Lois Curtis.
The English department at Frankenmuth High School has been patterned after the requirements
established by most colleges. Under this systemthe freshman year is devoted to the review of the elements
of languageg sophomores receive further instruction in grammargjuniors become acquainted with American
literature, and seniors are familiarized with English authors.
Freshman English classes, under the instruction of Donald Barnett, reviewed the fundamentals of
Thomas Thompson, in charge of teaching sophomore English, spent the year instructing students in
further grammar usuage and time was also devoted to a study of the sophomore literature books.
Typical of high school programs geared for students' better understanding of American authors,
the section of the junior class taught by Margret Willis devoted their time to becoming familiar. with
authors who helped mold the opinions and policies of our country. Mr. Barnett, also a junior instructor
acquainted his students with American contemporary authors through the use of paperback books.
This year,an ' college English program was instigated. The seniors were given a choice of taking
college English, designed for students who plan to continue their educationg terminal English, intended for
students whose formal education will end with high schoolg and improvement English, set up for students
who have difficulty in English. Lois Curtis served as instructor for college and terminal English classes
and Donald Barnett was in charge of the improvement English class.
LEFT TO RIGHT: Gilbert I-laven,plane andsolicl geometry, trigonometryg Mrs
Helena Kaczynski, biologyg Richard Haffner, general science, chemistry
James Owens, algebra, physics.
Helen Chowaniac, William Schmidt, Kenneth Kearns, Charles
Rose, Reardon Compeau, Melvin Riess, Jerry Reinert, Bert
Bleke, Jack Hildner, Mark McManus, take a break from their
work in chemistry class.
A study of first aid was one of the
things that was taught in the biology
classes this year. Charlotte Kern,
foreground, has a splinter applied to
her leg as Dennis Recla and Judith
Aldrich work on another person inthe
Trying to discover an answer by
means of an experiment are Charles
Rose and William Schmidt.
Languages and Speech
Another "first" added to the high school program was the addition of a second
foreign language, Spanish. Miss Lois Curtis taught a first hour Spanish class
as well as an hour of speech in the afternoon. Walter Bzirtz,taught several
first year German classes and two second year classes.
Studying for the final exam are first year German students,
Charlotte Schiefer, Arlene Ulrich, Janet Schury, Susan
Schmitzer, In the background is Gerald Daenzer,
Members of the speech class presented a radio play for
the enjoyment of the whole school, Looking over the script
before presentation are Donald Techentien, Marjorie
Mueller, Robert Kern, and Nancy Rummel,
Standing Left to Right are the social studies teachers, Charles
Bartel, Thomas Thompson, Carl Nordstrom.
In the social studies field are included: world history, geography,
American history, government, and economics.
In its second year of operation, the television
program has grown to include two classes,
American History and Government-Economics .
Alfred Zink, right, a 36 year veteran ofteach-
ing is in charge of the telecasts.
Melvin Riess and Jack Lindow listen intensively as
Mr, Bartel lectures in world history,
The globe is the center of at-
traction as Richard Krueger,
William Roedel, and Edwin Knoll
explore the Country about which
they are studying in their geog-
Top, Carl Nordstrom instructs Kay Warnick on
Explaining the technique of silk screening to Sharon Schwartzkopf
is Mrs. Margret Willis, art instructor. Besides this technique the
class also learned the art of water color, ceramics,chalk, and
Fine A rts
Another "first" inaugurated ut Frankenmuth High was the introduction of a fine arts class.
The purpose of the class was to give students un insight as to the cultural aspects of
education. On alternating dziys the cluss met with Carl Nordstrom, music teacher,
and Mrs. Margret Willis, art instructor.
Like the art section of the fine arts class, the art class also worked
with water color, ceramics, chalk, charcoal, and silk screening.
Exploring their book of water color techniques are Kay Brechtelsbauer,
Elizabeth Brender, and Sharon Schwartzkopf.
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TOP ROW: Left to right: Tom Abraham, Jerry Zuercher, Larry Director Carl Nordstrom, Janet Fzierber, Joan Rupprecht, June
List, Fred Meyer, Fred Galsterer, Dave Hurt, Lanny Nuechterloin, Block, Richard Galsterer, Tom Worley, Donna Aldrich, Helen
Susan Schmitzer, Judith Aldrich, Carla McConnell, Arlene Ulrich, Chowaniec, Virginia Weber, Kiithie Burgess,CherylGeyer,Herbert
Michelle Schutt, Corinne Bleke, Karen Lee, Janice Anderson, Lelo, Carol Thomas, Marilyn Lush, Earl Hammond,
Frankenmuth High School's band has been in-
strumental in creating spirit and enthusiasm at
football and basketball games throughout the
school year, They also played at various
assemblies and community functions such as
Memorial Day and the Bavarian Festival.
Band is ii regular class in the day's schedule and is
taught by Mr, Nordstrom, He also teaches several
sections of elementary music and junior band.
The band forms ai big "D" for Dad in honor of the fathers of the football
Training students for the business world are left to right Marco Maroet
Louie Weiss, and Charles Bartel.
Studying diligently in bookkeeping class are Sharon
Krueger, Peggy Cooper, and Julie VanWorrner.
Learning how to type are freshmen, Naida Lou Krafft,
Gloria Laux, Dianne Loesel, and Allan Woelzlein.
Industrlal A rts
Guiding the students through different phases of industrial work is
Warren Naber, Industrial arts at F,H.S, includes: shop, mechanical
drawing, and auto mechanics.
Hornemaking class members spent the school year learn-
ing about canning, cooking, sewing, how to buy meats,
and how to decorate cakes. Carolyn Palmreuter is shown
at the right with Mrs, Patliopeland displaying cake decorated
by a woman guest. Carolyn was named Homemaker of
the Year for the local school,
Busily engaged in mechanical drawing are James Veitengruber
and Robert Offenborn.
Following closely the steps re-
quired to make a good decorated
cake are left to rightg Pauline
Nuechterlein, Gladys Block,
Karen Hegenauer, Marie
Daenzer, Kathy Krauseneck,
Shirley Stern, and Barbara
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, td. Members of the Eagle Echo staff are: TOP ROW: Left to rightg Willis, advisorg Suzanne Simpson, editor and student advisorg
Michael Nuechterlein, news editorg Donald Chase, sports editorg Beverly Vanek, advertising managerq and Jean Rodammer, man-
Leonard Felgner, photographer: Mary Ann Laux, office manager, aging editor, Not pictured are Connie Fischer, business manager
BOTTOM ROW: Michelle Schutt, circulation managerg Mrs,Margret and Sandra Rummel, layout,
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Pride and joy of the hard working Journalism stu-
dents are its three publications: the Eagle Echo,
the bi-weekly letter press high school newspaperg
the Little Aquila, the mimeograph elementary news-
paperg and the Eyrie, the school yearbook. Since
their origin these editions have been self-supporting
with the exception of the photography department.
Five scholarships for students to attend the M.S,U,, high school
journalist's course this summer were again made possible through
the Frankenmuth News, the Frankenmuth State Bank, Frankenmuth
Mutual Insurance Company, and the Carling Brewing Company.
Winners of the scholarships are left to rightg Steven Grainger,
Bert Bleke, Creighton Boike, Sheila Jordan, and Sara La Riviere
with Mrs. Willis, advisor.
I Journalism students on the Little Aquila staff
are Michelle Schutt, senior editor, Kay Krause,
1-' Mary Lou Loesel, and Bill Hrinik,
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A busy and buzzing place, the library offers abund-
ant reference material for the students. Miss
Philippa Yelland, school librarian, is always ready
to aid students with her vast knowledge about books.
ln recognition of her 40 years of service
in the public school system, Miss Yelland
was honored by faculty members, school
board members, and friends at a testi-
monial dinner at Zehnder's Hotel in April,
At right are Mr, and Mrs, Martin Willis,
Miss Yelland, Mr. and Mrs. Richard
Ziehmer, and Mr. Walter Frahm.
Miss Philippa Yelland, A.B., A,B,L,S, M.S,U. and U. of M,
came to Frankenmuth five years ago as the school's first
librarian. During these five years she has purchased more
than 4,000 books for the school, established the Dewey decimal
system, and brought the library up to North Central standards.
Here Miss Yelland, who will be retiring this year, explains
to Karen Irish and Janice Mayer, library assistants, where
to find information.
Aiding Miss Yelland with her work are student library assistants
Myra Daenzer, Karen Irish, Dorthy Lamb, Mary LnMountain,
and Janice Mayer.
The fourth annual Book Fair was throughly en-
joyed by both students and adults. Because of its
increased size, the exhibit was divided into two
sections. The first section for young adults was
held in February, The second section was held in
March for elementary pupils. Left is pictured a
group of elementary students as they explore the
books on exhibit.
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Frankenmuth participated in another program
sponsored by Central Michigan University, the
Teaching Program Project in which a college
student attends school for five years with one
semester of each of the last three years spent
in externing at various high schools in the area.
The two teachers connected with this program
were Miss Annette Bordua and Miss Beverly
Zimmer, QLD shown here with Christine Shomaker,
and Janet Loesel.
Head of the boys' physical education program is
Harry Kaczynski, taking roll,
Mikmg '1 blslwet to lead his team to
victory is Martin Warnick.
For the third consecutive year Frankemuth High School has
participated in Central Michigan University's student teaching
program. Under this program future teachers of the college are
assigned to teach at a high school for aperiod of eight weeks
during their senior year. Each student teacher works witha
affiliated teacher throughout the various departments of the school.
Frankenmuth High School had seven participating student teachers
during the year.
Also working in the social science
department was Clifford Klein of Saginaw,
left, while, David Bauer of Bayport
assisted in the English department.
Working in the social science department
was Larry Lambert of Vassar, left. Ted
Zyrowski, right, of Kingston,gained his teach-
ing experiences in the commercial field.
Explaining a lesson to John Kern is Fred Miller of Clare. Mr,
Miller worked with the shop classes.
John Heinrich, left, a native of Reese, aided
the social science department while Alan
Springgay of Clio received his training in the
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Students at FHS annually
participate in a campaign con-
vention in which nominees for
student body president are pre-
sented and give their speeches.
This gives students personal
experience in one of the basic
principles of our American
democracy. Here students exu-
berantly cheer as their can-
didate is introduced.
TOP ROXX Left to right Carla McConnell Ken Baker Bert Bleke, Nuechterlein. Stephen Hart, Joan Rupprecht, treasurerg Detlef
James Baker Gary Lucker Cheryl Geyer Dave Hart Ken Knoll, Olsen, vice-presidentg Michael Nuechterlein, presidentg Rhea
Tom Weiss Christine Schomaker Gary Hegenauer Lanny Fischer, secretaryg Sue Kronkowski, Advisor Alfred Zink.
The Student Council, under the excellent leadership of President
Michael Nuechterlein, had a busy agenda during the past school
year. The group sponsored one assembly per month and several
They also introduced several firsts for Frankenmuth High, among
them: floats for Homecoming festivities, two Dress-up Days,
Spring election of Student Body president and vice-president, and
an activity card which is to be sold in the fall.
Newt Loken, University of Michigan gymnastic instructor, bounces Keith Grainger
on the trampoline during one ofthe assemblies sponsored by the Council. Looking
on are two members of the U, of M, gymnastic team,
The old administration greets the new' as left to right: Michael Nuechterlein
congratulates William Zuellig, student body president for next year, and Detlef
Olsen shakes hands with Bert Bleke, the new vice-president,
TOP ROW: Left to rightg Kay Warnick, Kathie Burgess, Mary Honold,
Karen Daenzer, Marie Heine, Charlotte Rivett, Arlene Ulrich,
Jackie Sparks, Ruth Hubinger, Charlotte Kern, Mary Janson,
Miriam Janson. Ruth Enser, Ann Vanek,Judy Krueger, Deanna Kaul,
Roxanne Daenzer, Carol Starke, Mildred Knoll, Donna Rodammer,
Kathy Uebler, Barbara Schluckbier, Judy Zehnder, Pat Mclnerny,
Rhea Fischer, Martha Poellet, Judy Yoba, Marjorie Mueller,
Marie Haas , Charlotte Schiefer, Carolyn Palmreuter, Irene Schiefer
Ann Bierlein, Pauline Roclanimer, Judy Hoerauf, Mary Zucker,
Jean Rodamnier, Judy Mueller, Pauline Frank, Michelle Schutt,
Operating the concession stand at the
football games, selling popcorn at the
basketball games and serving
Night" were the main activities of the
G,A,A, They also sponsorel
playdays, a Mother's Tea, Varsity Night
and Jv Night.
Here, members participate in a ieated game
Another activity of the group was
right are Jean Rodamnier, Ann Va!
Palmreuter, Ruth Schmitzer.
bowling at the local alleys, Pictured left to
nek, Judy Mueller, foreground Marajean
Lucille Schiefer, Janet Loesel, Virginia Webe-r,Rita List,Marajean
Palrnreuter. Advisor Helena Kaczynski, Kay Brechtelsbauer, Nancy
Rummel, Karen Zehnder, Carla McConnell, Beverly Mitchell,
Beverly Laking, Mary Lou Loesel, Julie VanlK'orrner,Janet Schury,
Mary LaMountain, Advisor Annette Bordua, Janet Faerber, Cheryl
Geyer, Marilyn Lash, Mary Lawc, pointkeeperg Corinne Bleke,
vice-president: Elizabeth Brender, presidentg Beverly Vanek,
Secretaryg Sally Sohn, treasurer, MaryAnn Gerschefske, Roberta
Engel, Peggy Cooper,
TOP ROW: Left to right, James Knoll, Robert Offenborn, Carl
Schmitzcr, James Veitengruber, Charles Knoll, James Baker,
Gary Hegenauer, Creighton Boike, William Zuellig, Larry List,
Leonard Felgner, Randall Heine, Thomas Weiss, Michael Block,
Stuart Schluckebier. Connie Fischer, Sandra Rummel, Elizabeth
Brender, Julie ViinWormc-r, Beverly Vanek. Gloria List, Carolyn
Palmreuter, Barbara Schluckebier, Rhea Fischer, Christine
Schomaker, Deanna Kaul, Kay Krause, Mary Zeilinger, Michelle
Schutt, Lucille Schiefer, Sally Pagels,Jane Haubenstricker, Virginia
Weber, Mary Lou Loesel. Joan Rupprecht, Irene Schiefer, Pauline
Rodammer, Suzanne Simpson, Treasurerg Robert Hart, Presidentg
Marjorie Mueller, Seoretaryg Reardon Campeau, Vice President:
Kay Brechtelsbauer, Jean Rodammer, Alfred Zink for Whom the
chapter was named, Camera Shy: Martha Poellet, Sally Sohn,
Abfred G. Zink hapter - ational Honor ociet
Suzanne Simpson lights the candle of leadership at
the Millington chapter initiation on February 15,
Named inihonor of the oldest teacher in years of
service to the Frankenmuth school system, the National
Honor Society was formed in 1957 with a total of eighteen
members. As the school expanded, membership in this
Members of this society are chosen because they
have exemplified the qualities for which the emblem stands:
character, scholarship, leadership, and service,
On February 15, this society inaugurated another
"first" for Frankenmuth High School when the Alfred
Zink Chapter became the sponsoring organization for
Millington High School's new chapter, The Frankenmuth
chapter inducted 30 of their students in an impressive
candle lighting service, directed by Mrs, Margret Y,
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TOP ROW: Left to rightg Mrs, Margret Willis, Advisor: Mary Jean Rodammer, Elizabeth Brender, Mary Ann Laux, Connie
Zeilinger, Vice Presidentg Creighton Boike, Michelle Schutt, Fischer, Joan Rupprecht, Secretary-Treasurer, Camera Shy
Suzanne Simpson, Presidentg Corinne Bleke, Leonard Felgner, Michael Nuechterlein,
Beverly Vanek, Mary Lou Loesel, Sandra Rummel, Kay Krause,
M argret Y.
Formed in 1958, the Quill and Scroll Society
was named in honor of the scHool's first journalism
teacher, Mrs, Margret Y, Willis.
Membership into this international honorary
society for high school journalists is based upon
two main areas ---- the student must be a junior or
senior in the top one-third of his classg and he must
have done superior work in some phase ofjournalism.
choose one student who has contributed the most to
the class, and his name is 'inscribed on the Quill
and Scroll plaque. This year's s lectionwas Creighton
year members of nhe journalism class
Willis Chapter - uill and Scroll
Enjoying the initiation banquet at Fischer's Hotel are left to
right: Sandra Runimel, Corinne Bleke, Jean Rodzimnier, Kay
Krause, Michael Nuechterlein, and Connie Fischer,
STANDING: Left to rightg Naida Krafft, William Zuellig, Coach Donald Barnett, Richard Krueger, James Galsterer. SEATED:
Gloria List, Marjorie Mueller, Lois List, Julie Vanwormer,
Debate offers students an opportunity to develop
not only their speaking ability, but encourages
them to think logically,
The debaters enjoyed a record of 75013 victories
for which they received a Detroit Free Press
plaque for "excellence in high school debating."
Elimination play-offs were held during the latter
part of the school year as members put their
ability to a test, Myles Willard, pictured below,
emerged as champion after a tremendous display.
The Chess Club at FHS was organizedwhena group of serious-
minded students displayed an interest in the challenging game.
At first the number of players was smallg but gradually enthusiasm
was aroused, and the number of avid chess fans grew. In December
of 1960 the Chess Club, consisting of twenty-six members, was
officially formed, with Carl Schmitzer being elected president.
Meetings were held every day during noon hour,
Coach Lois Curtis smiles happily as she poses with Rhea Fischer and Joan Rupprecht after they
both placed in the District Forensics Contest at Frankenmuth.
Above, Mary Zeilinger, humorous reading entry,
placed fourth in the District Contest with a
she had written herself, With her is Sharon Leidel
who was entered in the declamation category open
only to sophomores, Not pictured is Michelle Schutt,
who was also in the humorous reading division
and placed third in the District contest.
Rhea Fischer and Marjorie Mueller participated in
the extempore speaking division, Rhea placed second
in the District and fourth in the Regional, while
Marjorie placed fourth in the District,
Below, are interpretative reading contestants
Elizabeth Brender and Jack Hildner. Elizabeth placed
second in the District contest andthird in the Regional, ,
MaryLou Loesel admires Joan'
Rupprecht's dictionary which she
won for placing first in the Dis-
trict Contest. Both were in orig-
inal oratory, and Joan alsoplaced
third in the Regionals at Flint.
Here Mr. Yiehmer explains the cost of the school
program to Donald Geyer and Earl Hammond,
A highlight of this year's Parent Teachers As-
sociation was the February meeting's demon-
stration of the tools of learning as used by various
classes. Other P,T,A, projects includedarummage
sale, the March of Dimes faculty vs. Bridgeport
State Troopers basketball game, and a card party.
Officers includeg President-, Mr. and Mrs. Earl
Hammondg Vice-President, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne
Immelg Secretary, Mr, and Mrs. Edwin Loeselg and
Treasurer, Dr. and Mrs. Neil Love.
Adult education classes were taught again
this year on Monday evenings with art,
millinery, golf, English and physical
education being offered.
Band Boosters- is an organization of parents who
are interested in promoting music in both the high
school and elementary school. One of their main
projects this year was the sponsoring of the AC
LEFT TO RIGHT: Officers are Mrs. Harold Schillinger,
Mrs, Raymond Hart, Mrs, Stanley Fischer, Mrs. Arthur
Block, Mr, Nordstrom, Mrs. Wallace Weiss, and Norman
Betty Stanley of Vassar.
to her ceramics students,
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Mrs, Willis explains an art technique
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At left, Santa Claus visits the annual Silver
Holiday dance. Looking on are disc jockey, Ken
Clark and assistant.
' Top right, Carol Thomas and
5 - Don Techentien,prize-winners for
, -4' best costumes at 'the Sadie
J ,Q E g, Hawkins dance---Janet Faerber
I Q y T and Wayne Savage also display
B ' . their unique confederate Cos-
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ABOVE, Left to right: James Baker, liathyUeb1er, Rhea Fischer, and Herbert
Lelo pose before decorations at the Valentine's Dance,
This trio known as "Jerry and the Raiders"
entertained for students at several dances, Left
to rightg William Schmidt, Dave Hunter, Gerald
"Roaring Twenties Dance" complete with bathtub punch
Dodge saw students arrayed in the best treasurers
of relatives' attics. Bottom right,
left to right: Howard Trinklein
"Capone", Darrell "Babyface" Bierlein, Toni "Fingers" Weiss,
and gun molls Beverly "Legs"
Bleke, Bottomg Tom Abraham,
and Don Techentien.
Vanek, and Corinne "Cookie"
Pat Mclnerny, Carol Thomas,
"Southern Serenade" was the theme of the Junior-Senior Prom on
Saturday, May 27, 1961. At 7:00 p,m, a dinner banquet was held at the
Bavarian Inn preceding the dance in the gym at Frankenmuth High School,
The setting was that of a southern plantation complete with a cotton field
depicted by a mural, orange trees, flowers, birds and butterflies,The
ceiling was angel hair which represented the low-hanging Spanish moss
found in the South, Music was provided by the Fred Gunsel Orchestra,
TOP LEFT: Kay Krause and William Hrinik, SECOND ROW: Left to THIRD ROW: James Veitengruber, Suzanne Simpson, Ken Bickel
riqhtg Wayne Savane, Janet Faerber, Julie Yanll ornicr, Detlef Olsen, Jean Rodammer, Carol-Thomas, Don Techenticn,
Larry Rodainmerf, Sally Sohn, Marjorie Mueller, Fred Krceger,
Rupprecl1t's party following the dance. lXlLl1'11jQ2lll Pzllxnreuter, Tom Weiss
Slwiln Jorclxln, Ron NucChtQ1'loln, Ll.l1CllXI1L1'j'BlOCli, licnBicliel, Jenn Roclummer
Bert Bleko, Gary Sclxluclioluicr. Julie V:1nXX'01'me1', Dotlet' Olsen, z1nClJerry
llzlonzcl' nt 11 colqctgnl pnrly ut Rnnclnll Heine's hOl'llDD1'CCCLllllfJQtllC fllrmer
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Play between the Frankenmuth Eagles and
the Caro Tigers is temporarily halted as
players of both teams and the referees
search for Contact lenses lost by a Caro
player. They were found!
Members of the junior varsity
cheerleading squad are left to
rightg Mary Block, Carla
McConnell, Beverly Laking,
Pauline Rodammer, and Diane
Varsity cheelrcuders are left
to right: Julie VanVi'ormer,
Connie Fischer, Sandra Rummel,
Mary Luhlouutuin und lXIuryLou
Locsel. Not pictured is Janet
Chosen by the members of the faculty,
several student council members, and the
senior cheerleaders ofthe '59-'60 school year
last spring, the girls practiced all summer,
All varsity cheerleaders attended a camp
and workshop at Syracuse, Indiana,
Leading the spectators in ll cliccr :it u footbullgame are
left to rightg Sandra Rummel, Julio V:uiXN'ormer, Mury Block,
MnryLou Loesel, Janet Loesel, und Connie Fischer.
Chosen by a committee composed of
various student council representatives,
faculty members and football players to
reign at the fourth annual homecoming
ceremonies during the game against Bad
Axe on October 7th were Sandra Hummel,
Queen Cheryl Geyer, and Christine
Addressing the Crowd after being named Homccominv Queen is tearful
but happy Cheryl Geyer.
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TOP ROW: Left to rightg Thomas Abraham, Clarence Stroebel,
William Zuellig, Gary Rupprecht, Melvin Riess, Wayne Landskroner,
Howard Trinklein, Bert Bleke, Dennis Laux, Millard Leslie, Fred
Galsterer, Gerald Reinert, manager Robert Roedel, Assistant coach,
Richard Haffner, Richard Block, Kenneth Baker, John Krumnauer,
Martin Warnick, Terry Heine, Eugene Knoll, Larry Rodammer,James
Karst,GarySchluckebier, Ron Nuechterlein, manager Dale Matzke,
and Coach Harold Kaczynski, Harvey Reinhardt, Thomas Weiss, Fred
Kroeger, Walter Reinbold, Randall Heine, Kenneth Bickel, Detlef
Olsen, James Baker, Michael Nuechterlein, Jack Hildner, and Darrell
Guided by the excellent coaching of Harry Kaczynski, the high-flying Eagles fought to win their first
Thumb B football championship,
Bad Axe ..
Sandusky . .
Cass City .
Presenting the Thumb B Championship trophy to Coach Harry
Kaczynski is Marco Maroet, president of the Thumb B Association.
TOP ROW: Left to right Robert Kern, Kent Burgess,Randall Howard Frank Kenneth Bickel Larry Schuyler Fred Galsterer
Heine, Bert Bleke, Donald Chase, Larry List, Thomas Weiss. Lanny Nuechterlein Toni Abrihxm Raymond Rau
Although the team won only seven of the sixteen games they played, they proved to be stiff competition
for their opponents, In the district tournaments at Lakeville, the Eagles lost in their first preliminary game
against Millingtong thus ending the season with seven wins and seventeen losses Most valuable senior award
for basketball was presented to Thomas Weiss and Randall Heine.
Richard Haffner, varsity coach, discusses an issue with
Marco Marcet, junior varsity coach, This was Mr, Haffner's
first year of coaching.
Cass City ....
Bad Axe . .
Buena Vista .
Cass City ,
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TOP ROW: Left to rightg Richard Block,
Dennis Laux, Eugene Schiefer, Kenneth Kearns,
Mark Eggen, Larry Veitengruber, Gary
Rupprecht, Richard Block. Howard Frank,
Dick Galsterer, Wayne Landskroner, Kenneth
Baker, David Hart, Joe Chowaniec, Kenneth
Bell, Coach Marco Marcet,
TOP ROW: Left to rightg Thomas Hildner, John Brender, Steven Naegele, Frank Piesko
Kenneth Knoll, Gary Lee Zucker. Howard Frank, Steven Hart, Thomas Rummel, Dennis
Bierlein, Wesly Naegele, Thomas Worley, Roger Kroger, Coach Marco Marcet.
F reshman-,I unior Varsity Basketball
TOP ROW: Left to right: Howard
Frank, John Brender, Wesly
Naegele, Kenneth Knoll, Gary
Rupprecht, Thomas - Worley,
Norman Zeilinger, Joe
-Chowaniec, Dennis Recla, Gary
Lee Zucker, Frank Piesko,
Melvin Riess, Wayne
La nds kr o ne r, Richard Block,
Dale Matzke, Thomas Hildner,
Thomas Rummel, Roger
Kroeger, Paul Trinklein, Charles
Nuechterlein, Robert Roedel,
LEFT TO RIGHT: Alois Sohmitzer, Coach: Dick Galsterer, Leonard Felgner, Frank Morrison, Michael Nuechterlein
John Sc-hellhas, FredGalsterer, Terry Heine, Richard Cronk, Mark McManus.
Added to the athletic program for the first time this year, golf proved
to be popular. Coach Alois Schmitzer held several qualifying rounds for the
students interested in joining the team with the result that nine people made
St. Charles Maple Hills
Buena Vista . . Bridgeport Country Club
Regionals - .......... rum
Seminary . Green Acres
Members of the first team are back row, left to rightg
Mr. Schmitzer, coach, Fred Galsterer, RichardCronk,
Front Row: Leonard Felgner, and Frank Morrison.
TOP ROW Left to right Gary Rupprecht Harvey Reinhardt William Zuellig, Kenneth Baker, Robert Offenborn, Donald
Randall Heine Walter Reinhold Bert Bleke Mark Eggen Allen Techentien, Kenneth Jammer, Roger Kroger, Ronald Nuechterlein
Reinbold Lanny Nuechterlein Torn Abraham Kenneth Knoll Dennis Duane Grainger, Kenneth Bickel, Clarence Strobel, Fred Kroger
Laux Jerry Daenzer Elden Geyer David Hart Eugene Schiefer Keith Jammer, Frank Piesko, Coach Harry Kaczynski.
Paced by the excellent running of Walter Caro ....... . .
Reinbold the track team exhibited the1r talent Vassar and Caro ,.,, ,
and closed the season with a fine record, Gavel Club Invitational , ,
Reinhold was presented with the most valuable Vassar .......... .
senior award Central Michigan Relays . .
Arthur Hill Tech. Relays , ,
Thumb B . . .
. . . Vassar
, Cass City
, , , Caro
Action at track meets include warm up drills
such as running and calisthenics. Here several track
boys warm up as spectators in the background
TOP ROW: Left to right Earl Reinhold, Larry List, Bert Bleke, Larry Rodammer, Randall Heine
Kenneth Weber, Kenneth Bickel, Reardon Campeau, Robert Offenborn, Fred Kroger, Thomas Weiss
Richard Krueger, Coach Marco Marcet, Larry Schuyler, Richard Block, Frank Morrison,
Nuechterlein, Fred Galsterer, Robert Roeclel,
Pacecl by the pitching of Thomas Weiss, the Eagle baseball team won ten out of thirteen games to
capture the Thumb B Championship. Weiss was voted most valuable senior in baseball by his teammates.
Seminary , ,
Bad Axe ,
Sandusky . .
Buena Vista .
Vassar . .
Caro . . .
Kenneth Bickel, captain, accepts the Thumb B baseball
trophy from Marco Marcet, president of the Thumb B
Ping-pong champion of the yezir is William Zuellig, a junior, He
competed with freshman James Galsterer in final playoffs,
Members of the tumbling team
received an opporunity to dis-
play their skills at several as-
semblies and during half time
of varsity basketball games, The
team consisted of agile boys and
girls who were willing to work
hard at practices which were
held on Wednesday nights after
Doing a trick dive is
Tom Abraham, while the
pyramid is formed by,
top to bottom, Paul
Trinklein, Tim Topham,
Stuart Sohluckbier ,
Martin Warniek, Detlef
O l s e n a n d R o n
For those boys interested in playing basketball, but not
on the team, the boys' intramural teams were formed.
Games were played after school.
Leaping into the air is intramural basketball player,
Martin Warnick, Watching anxiously are Walter Reinbold
and Leonard Felgner.
Members ofthe undefeated girls' soft-
ball team are: TOP ROW: Barbara
Schluckebier, Charlotte Rivett, Sara
LaRiviere, Carolyn Schmok, Miss
Zimrner. SECOND ROW: Naida Lou
Krafft, Carol Starke, Michelle Schutt,
Julie VanWormer, FRONT ROW: Judy
Hoerauf, Kay Brechtelsbauer, Nancy
Rummel, Judy Zehnder, and Cleo Avery.
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Proudly displaying the trophy they received for taking
second place at the badminton tournament ut Chesaning
on March 18, are Cheryl Geyer, left, and Kay Brechtelsbauer.
TOP ROW: Left to rightg Kenneth BiClie1,Jzimes Baker, Fred Kroeger,
and Fred Gnlsterer Carrying zi jublizmt Coach Harry Kziezynski
after the Cass City Victory, Dennis Lzuut and an unidentified person
make a tuelile. SECOND ROW: Saginaw News presents its first
trophy honoring urea Class C-D football elinmpions, Hurry Lund
and Robert Tafel, News personnel present the award to lien Bielcel
and James Baker, eo-Captains, and Coach Kliezynski. Bert Bleke
goes up to score two points, THIRD ROW: Bert Bleke is tackled,
while Fred Kroeger, Walter Reinboltl, Detlel' Olsen, Junies Baker,
Mielnxel Nuecliterlein, and Ken Bielcel look on, Rzuidzill Heine and Bert
Bleke fight for ball, wliile Lanny Nueeliterlein find Don Chaise wait
anxiously for rebound.
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TOP ROW: Left to right: Lanny Nuechterlein tags out a player from
the opposing team. Most valuable seniors are Walter Reinbolcl, trackg
Randall Heine, football, basketball, Tom Block Memorial, Thomas
Weiss, basketball, baseball, SECOND ROW: Lanny Nuechterlein takes
that last lap to home plate. Clarence Stroebel pole vaults and Larry
Schuyler warms up for the broad jump. THIRD ROW: Randall Heine
scores two more points for F,H,S, Frank Morrison practices a
swing. The basketball spectators cheer their team on to victory.
We speak about the future ,
but who can tell what lies
ahead? The world with its ever
changing complexities is a
great challenge to us. Re-
membering the words of our
class motto, "We build the
ladder upon which we climb,"
we step into the world, con-
fident that we will succeed.
Members of the senior class who were
caught unaware on their cruise on the
Cass River are, left to right: Kay Krause,
Joan Rupprecht, Corinne Bleke, Suzanne
Simpson, 'Connie Fischer, Jean
Rodammer, and Mary Zeilinger,
SE IOR it
DONNA A LDRICH JANICE ANDERSON JAMES BAKER SHARON BAUER
DARRELL BIERLEIN CORINNE BLEKE JANICE BLOCK KAY BRECHTELSBAUER
KENT BURGESS REARDON CAMPEAU DONALD CHASE HELEN CHOWANIEC
LEONARD FELGNER CHARLES FERNETTE CONSTANCE FISCHER KATHERINE FISCHER
ILA MAE BELL KENNETH BICKEL
ELIZABETH BRENDER KATHIE BURGESS
RICHARD CRONK KAREN DAENZER
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SHARON FISHER FRED GALSTERER
DONNA ALDRICH-Tumbling 35 Music Club 1,2, JANICE
ANDERSON-Band 1,253,415 F,H,A, 15 Music Club 2,JAMES
BAKER-Football 1,253,415 Co-Captain 45 All-Conference 3,45
All-Area 45 All-Stte 45 Track 3,45 Baseball 2,3,45 Varsity
Club 253,45 Student Council 1,2,3,45 National Honor Society
4, SHARON BAUER-Tumbling 35 Jets Club 1, ILA MAE
BELL-Music Club 1,25 Jets Club 2, KENNETH BICKEL-
Football 1,2,3,45 Co-Captain 45 All-Conference 3,-I5 All-
Area 3,45 All-State 45 Baseball 1,2,3,45 All-Conference
35 All-Area 3, Honorable Mention 45 Track 3,45 Basket-
ball 2,3,45 Jets Club 15 Varsity Club 25354,
DARRELL BIERLEIN-Football 1,2,3,45 Varsity Club 3,45
Shop Club 1,2. CORINNE BLEKE-Class Treasurer 15
Band 1,2,3,45 Eyrie Advertising Manager 45 Eagle Echo
Feature Editor 45 G,A,A, 1,2,3,45 Vice-president 45 Red
Cross Club 15 Representative I5 Quill 81 Scroll45 Forensics
25 Hostess Committee 4. JANICE BLOCK-F,H.A, 2, KAY
BRECHTELSBACER-Girls' Softball 1,2.3,45 Badminton 3,45
Winner Physical Fitness Program 25 Tumbling 15 G.A,A.
1,253,415 Music Club 25 National Honor Society 3,45 Out-
standing Girl Athlete 4. ELIZABETH BRENDER-Librarian
15 Elementary Physical Education Teacher 3,45 Eyrie
Circulation, Manager 45 Eagle Echo Editorial Editor 45
G,A,A, 1,2,3,45 President 45 Girls' Softball 1,2,3,45 Bad-
minton 3,45 Red Cross Club 15 Treasurer 15 Forensics 3,45
F,H,A, 25 Music Club 15 Office Assistant 45 National Honor
Society 4: Quill 81 Scroll 4, KATHIE BURGESS-Majorette
3,45 Girls' Softball 35 Music Club 15 G,A,A, 1,2,3,45 Red
Cross Club 1.
KENT BURGESS-Football 15 Basketball 4: Jets Club 15
Secretary 1, REARDON CAMPEAU-Band 15 Track 45
Baseball 45 Jets Club 1,25 National Honor Society 2,3,45
Vice-President 4, DONALD CHASE-Class Treasurer 25
Football 15 Basketball 1,2,3,45 Baseball 1,35 Track 35
Varsity Club 253. HE LEX CHOWANIEC-Band 1,2,3,45 Music
Club 25 F,H.A, 1, RICHARD CROXK-Co-op 45 Jets Club 25
Golf 4, KAREN DAENZER-G,A,A, 253,45 Red Cross Club 15
Office Assistant 4.
LEONARD FE LGNER-Class President 45 Physics Assistant
45 Eyrie Photographer 1,2,3,45 Eagle Echo Photographer
1,2,3,45 Golf 45 Most Valuable Player 45 Jets Club 15
President 15 Psychics Club 2,3,45Quil18zScroll4. CHARLES
FERNETTE-Jets Club 1. CONSTANCE FISCHER-Class
Vice-President 15 Class President 25 Class Secretary
45 Cheerleader 1,2,3,45 Captain 45 Homecoming Queen 25
Eyrie .Advertising Manager 35 Business Manager 45 Tumbl-
ing 25 Girls' Softball 1,25 Quill 81 Scroll 3,45 Forensics
25 Regional Championship 25 G,A,A, 1,2,3,45 Vice-President
35 Hostess Committee 45 Journalism Scholarship to MSU
3. KATHERINE FISCHER-F,H,A, 35 Future Nurses Club
1,2,35 Vice-President 2,35 National Honor Society 3,45
QPrudenViI1e Chapterj. SHARON FISHER-Co-op 45 Jets Club
1,25 Secretary 2. FRED GALSTERER-Band 1,2,3,4: Top
Musician Award 45 Football 2,3,45 Basketball 1,2,3,45
Baseball 1,2,3,45 Golf 45 Tumbling 15 Natural Science
DUANE GRAINGER MARIE HAAS ROBERT HART RANDALL HEINE
JACK HILDNER WILLIAM HOOK WILLIAM HRINIK DAVID HUNTER
RUSSELL JONES JAMES KARST FRED KERN JOHN KERN
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KAREN IRISH KENNETH JANSON
ROBERT KERN CHARLES KNOLL
FRED KROEGER JUDY KRUEGER
DUANE GRAINGER-Co-op 45 Football 35 Track 45 Jets
Club 2. MARIE HAAS-Co-op 45 Jets Club 25 G.A,A. 3,45
F.H,A. 1. ROBERT HART-Student Council 1,2,3,45 Parlia-
mentarian 3,45 Band 1,2,3,45 Jets Club 15 Psychics 2,3,45
President 2,35 National Honor Society 2,3,45 President 45
Debate 2,35 Forensics 3. RANDALL HEINE- Class Vice-
President 45 Baseball 1,2,3,45 All-Conference '2,35 All-
Area 3,45 Basketball 1,2,3,4: All-Conference 2,35 Most
Valuable Senior 45 Football 1,2,3,45 All-Conference 2,3,-45
All-Area 2,3,45 All-State 3,45 All-American 45 Most Valu-
able Player 45 Varsity Club 1,2,3,45 Jets Club 15 Track
3,45 Co-Captain 45 Tom Block Memorial 4. GERALD
HEINLEIN-Co-op 45 Jets Club 2. PETER l-IETZNER-Base-
ball 35 Basketball 25 Shop Club 1,
JACK HILDNER-Band 15 Co-op 45 Baseball 35 Football
1,2,3,45 Jets Club 15 Forensics 3,45 Saginaw Youth Council
4, WILLIAM HOOK-Class Secretary 35 Track 35 Basket-
ball 15 Jets Club 25 Treasurer 2, WILLIAM HRINIK-Little
Aquila Editor 45 MSU Journalism Scholarship 35 Chess
Club 45 Vice-President 4, DAVID HUNTER-Baseball 35
Basketball 1,2,3,45 Music Club 15 Red Cross Club 25
Jets Club 2. KAREN IRISH-Jets Club 15 Music Club2.
KENNETH JANSON-Co-op 45 Jets Club 15 Shop Club 2.
RUSSELL JONES-CO-Op 4. JAMES KARST-Football1,2,3,45
Jets Club 25 Varsity Club 3,4. FRED KERN-Jets Club 1,25
Shop Club 1. JOHN KERN-Natural Science Club 25 Secretary
25 Shop Club 1. ROBERT KERN-Class Vice-President
25 Basketball 1,2,3,45 Varsity Club 3,45 Jets Club 1.
CHARLES KNOLL-Shop Club 1,25 National Honor Society
EUGENE KNOLL-Baseball 25 Football 3,45 All-Area Honor-
able Mention 45 Natural Science Club 25 Varsity Club 3,45
Track 4. JAMES KNOLL-Baseball 35 Jets Club 15 Natural
Science Club 25 Chess Club 3,45 National Honor Society
4. WILLIAM KNOLL-Student Council 15 Eagle Echo Sports
Editor 45 Track 25 Jets Club 2. KAY ANN KRAUSE-Little
Aquilla Managing Editor 45 Tumbling 1,2,3,45 Girls' Soft-
ball 2,3,45 National Honor Society 3,45 Quill 81 Scroll
45 G,A,A. 1,25 Michigan Press Association Newspaper
Award 4. FRED KROEGER-Baseball 2,3,45 Football 1,2,
3,45 All-Area Honorable Mention 45 Track 45 Tumbling
1,2,45 Shop Club 25 Varsity Club 1,2,3,4. JUDY KRUEGER-
Co-op 45 G.A.A, 3,45 F.H.A, 1,2.
LARRY KUEHNEMUND DOROTHY LAMB MARY ANN LAUX HERBERT LELO
MARJORIE MUELLER MICHAEL NUECHTERLEIN RONALD NUECHTERLEIN ROBERT OFFENBORN
MARTHA POE LLET CATHERINE RANSOM EARL REINBOLD WALTER REINBOLD
JEAN RODAMMER LARRY RODAMMER EDWARD ROEDEL JOHN ROEDEL
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HARVEY RE INHARDT
THOMAS ROSE NC RANTS
LARRY KUEHNEMUND-Baseball13 Jets Club 1,2. DOROTHY
LAMB-Co-op 43 National Honor Society 3,4. MARY ANN
LAUX-Eagle Echo Office Manager 43 Red Cross Club 13
G.A.A. 2,3,43 Point Keeper 3,43 Quill K: Scroll 4. HERBERT
LELO -Bandg Drum Major' 3,4. GLORIA LIST-Red Cross
Club 13 Music Club 23 President 23 Debate 2,3,43 Forensics
23 National Honor Society 4. MARLENE MOLL-Red Cross
Club 13 F.H.A. 2.
MARJORIE MUELLER-Class Treasurer 43 Tumbling 13
G,A,A. 1,2,3,43 F.H,A, 23 Parliamentarian 23 National Honor
Society 2,3,4Q Secretary 43 Debate 2,3,43 Forensics 3,42
Hostess Committee 4. MICHAEL NUECHTERLEIN-Student
Body President 43 Student Council 2,3,4Q Class President
43 Eagle Echo News Editor 43 Football 1,2,3,4j A1l-Con-
ference Honorable Mention 3, 2nd Tean 43 All-Area Honor-
able Mention 3, 2nd Team 43 Captain 33 Baseball l,2,3,43
Basketball 1,2,33 VarsityClub 1,2,3,43 National Honor Society
3,43 Quill Sz Scroll 43 Tumbling 13 Forensics 23 Delegate
Wolverine Boys' State 33 Politician of the Year 33 Saginaw
Youth Council 3,42 Secretary3 Golf 4. RONALD
NUECHTERLEIN-Football 2,3,43 Baseball 13 Track 43
Shop Club 13 Secretary 13 Varsity Club 2,3,4, ROBERT
OFFENBORN-Football 23 Baseball 43 Track 4g Jets Club
1,23 Chess Club 3,43 National Honor Society 4. DETLEF
OLSEN-Student Council 43 Vice President43 Class President
33 Football 1,2,3,43 Basketball 13 Track 1,2,33 Jets Club lg
Vice-President 13 Varsity Club 1,2,3,43 Tumbling 2,43
Psychic Club 2,3,43 Secretary-Treasurer 2. CAROLYN
PALMREUTER-Co-op 43 G.A,A. 2,3,4Q Red Cross Club lg
Music Club 23 National Honor Society 3,41 Betty Crocker
Homemaker of Tomorrow 4,
MARTHA POELLET-Co-op 43 G.A.A. 3,42 National Honor
Society 3,43 F,H,A, 2. CATHERINE RANSOM, EARL
REINBOLD-Baseball 1,43 Jets Club 13 Shop Club 2.
WALTER REINBOLD-Basketball 13 Football 1,2,3,4Q All-
Conlerence 4, 2nd Team 33 All-State Honorable Mention
43 Track 1,2,3,43 Co-Captain 3,43 Most Valuable Player
3,41 Varsity Club 2,3,4. HARVEY REINHARDT-Football3,43
Track 3,43 Baseball 13Jets Club 13Shop Club 2. GERALDINE
JEAN RODAMMER-Eyrie Co-Editor 43 Eagle Echo Man-
aging Editor 43 G,A,A, 2,3,43 Red Cross Club 13 Repre-
sentative lg Music Club 23 Debate 33 Forensics 23 National
Honor Society 2,3,43 Quill 8: Scroll 43 Michigan Press
.Association Yearbook Award 4, LARRY RODAMMER-Band
13 Football 1,3,43 Basketball 23 Baseball 2,3,41 Varsity
Club 2,3,43 Shop Club 1. EDWARD ROEDEL-Track 35
Chess Club 3,43 Natural Science Club 23 Shop Clubl,
JOHN ROEDEL-Co-op 43 Jets Club l,2. CHARLES ROSE-
Football 1,33 Chess Club 43 Board of Directors 4. THOMAS
ROSENCRANTS-Music Club l,2.
SANDRA RUMMEL JOAN RUPPRECHT HELGA SCHILLINGER JANET SCHLUCKEBIER
DONNA SCHMITZER RUTH SCHMITZER DALE SCHURY LARRY SCHUYLER
SUZANNE SIMPSON DIANE SLATER TIM SLEAMON SALLY SOHN
RICHARD STENGER RAYMOND STROUT HOWARD TRINKLEIN ANN VANEK
KATHLEEN STAC KOWIC Z
WILLIAM SCHMITT CARL SC HMITZER
SHARON SCHWARTZKOPF LEWIS SIMPSON
BEVERLY VANEK EDWARD VanWORMER
SANDRA RUMMEL-Cheerleader 1,2,3,43 Eyrie Managing
Editor 43 Eagle Echo Make-Up Editor 43 G,A,A, 1,2,3,4Q
Red Cross Club 13 Forensics 33 National Honor Society 4.
JOAN RUPPRECHT-Student Council 4g Treasurer 43 Class
Treasurer 33 Office Assistant 43 Chairman Hostess Com-
mittee 43 Eagle Echo Feature Editor 33 Eyrie Editor 3,
Co-Editor 43 Softball 1,22 G,A,A, 1,2,3,41 Treasurer 23
Quill 81 Scroll 3,43 Secretary-Treasurer 3,43 National
Honor Society 3,43 Valedictorian 43 Forensics 43 Red
Cross Club 13 President 13 Michigan Press Association
Yearbook Award 4. HELGA SC HILLINGER-Co-op 43 F,H,A,
1,23 Pianist 1. JANET SCHLUCKEBIER-F.H.A. 1,2.
WILLIAM SCHMITT-Music Club 23 Disc Jockey 2, CARL
SCHMITZER-Track 2,33 Jets Club 13 Natural Science
Club 23 Bridge Club 33 Chess Club 3,43 President 43
National Honor Society 4.
DONNA SCHMITZER-Tumbling 1,23 G,A,A, 1. RUTH
SCHMITZER-Co-op 43Tumbling 1,2,3Q G,A,A, 1. DALE
SCHURRY-Jets Club 1, LARRY SCHUYLER-Football 1,31
Track 3,43 Basketball 3,43 Baseball 4, SHARON
SCHWARTZKOPF-Red Cross Club 13 F,H,A, 2: Office
Assistant 4. LEWIS SIMPSON-Basketball 1,21 Jets Club
1,2Q Vice-President 2,
SUZANNE SIMPSON-Eyrie Staff 33 Eagle Echo Editor 43
Student Advisor 43 National Honor Society 3,4Q Quill Sz
Scroll 3,43 President 3,42 Outstanding Journalism Student
33 MSU Journalism Scholarship 33 M,P,A, Merit Cer-
tificate 33 Red Cross Club 13 G,A,A, 13 Music Club 13
Jets Club 2g Michigan Press Association Newspaper Award
4. DIANE SLATER-Co-op 43 F,H,A, 1,2. TIM SLEAMON-
Band 13 Football 23 Tumbling 2, SALLY SOHN-Co-op 43
Red Cross Club 1,22 G,A,A, 1,2,3,43 Treasurer 43 National
Honor Society 3,43 Salutatorian4.KATHLE EN STAC KOWIC Z-
Tumbling 1,2,3,43 F.H,A, 2, RICHARD STENGER-Co-op 4.
WILLIAM STROMER-Football 23 Varsity Club 2,33 Jets
Club 1, RAYMOND STROUT-Jets Club 1,21 Eagle Echo
Photographer 4. HOWARD TRINKLEIN-Football 43 Jets
Club 13 Natural Science Club 2. ANN VANEK-F,H,A, 13
G,A,A, 3,4, BEVERLY VANEK-Krazy Karnival 43 Eyrie
Business Manager 43 Eagle Echo Advertising Manager 43
G,A,A, 1,2,3,43 Secretary 43 Red Cross Club 13 Secretary
13 Music Club 23 Vice-President 23 Debate 3, Quillliz
Scroll 43 National Honor Society 4, EDWARD VanWORMER-
JULIE VLUXWORMER JAMES VEITENGRUBER MARTIN WARNICK KENNETH WEBER
JUDY YOB.-X MARY ZEILINGER FRED ZW.-XCK
CLASS MOTTO: "We Build The
Ladder Which We Climb."
C LASS FLOWER: Long Stemmed
American Beauty Rose.
C LASS SONG: "You'll Never Walk
Senior class officers are, left to right
Leonard Felgner, presidentg Marjorie
Mueller, treusurerg Randall Heine, vice-
presidentg and Connie Fischer, secretary,
JULIE VanWORMER-Varsity Cheerleader 3,43 Badminton
3,45 Co-Champion 35 Softball 1,2,3,4g Debate 2,3,4q Tumbl-
ing 1,2,3,4q G.A.A, l,2,3,4g National Honor Society 2,3,4g
Music Club 2, JAMES VEITENGRUBER-Basketball 1,23
Jets Club 1,25 Chess Club 3,45 National Honor Society 4.
MARTIN W.-XRNICK-Football 2,45 Track 3: Jets Club 1.
KENNETH WEBER-Football 13 Baseball 43 Jets Club
1,2, THOMAS WEISS-Student Council 4: Football l,2,3,4g
All-Conference Honorable Mention 4, All-Area Honorable
Mention 4g Basketball l,2,3,4, Co-captain 4g Baseball 1,2,
3,4, All-C onference Honorable Mention 3, All-Area Honor-
able Mention 3, Most Valuable Player 45 Varsity Club 3,
Secretary-Treasurer 35 Jets Club 1, Treasurer lg Music
Club 2, Secretary 2. ERIC WIENEKE
THOMAS WEISS ERIC WIENEKE
JUDITH YOBA-G,A,A, 2,3,4g Music Club 23 Future Home-
makers of Tomorrow 1: Red Cross Club 1, National Honor
Society 4. MARY ZEILINGER-Eyrie Staff 35 Eagle Echo
Staff 3: Quill Ki Scroll 3,4, Vice-President 33 Glee Club
lg Red Cross Club lg Forensics 43 National Honor Society
4. FRED ZWACK-Co-op 43 Jets Club lg Shop Club 2,
On June 7, 1961, the senior class of Frankenmuth High School ended four exciting years of fun,
hard work, and companionship when they received their diplomas. As these students crossed the threshold
to the future, they were able to take with them fond memories of four eventful years.
They began their freshman year on September 3, 1957, with great anticipation. Eager to start out
on the right foot they chose Michael Nuechterlein, president, Constance Fischer, vice-president, Alice
Floeter, secretaryg and Corinne Bleke, treasurerg to serve as their class officers, while James Baker,
Robert Hart, and William Knoll were elected to serve on the student council. Instead of sponsoring any
outside activities, they used their freshman, year to become acquainted with the high school routine.
As sophomores they entered into the whirl of high school activities by sponsoring a Work day under
the leadership of Constance Fischer, class president, Robert Kern, vice-presidentg Donald Chase, treasurerg
and Margit Joerke, secretary. Robert Hart, James Baker and Michael Nuechterlein represented the class
on the student council.
The junior year proved to be the most active and exciting for the class of 1961, for besides sponsoring
the annual Krazy Karnival and the Junior-Senior Dinner-Dance, they also undertook an Italian spaghetti
dinner, a work day, and a car wash. All the events turned out to be a tremendous success due to class
cooperation and the capable class officers, Detlef Olsen, presidentg Walter Reinbold, vice-presidentg
William Hook, secretaryg and Joan Rupprecht, treasurer. Michael Nuechterlein, James Baker, and Robert
Hart were student council representatives.
Beginning their final year of high school, the class elected Leonard Felgner, presidentg Randall Heine,
vice-presidentg Constance Fischer, secretary, and Marjorie Mueller, treasurer. James Baker, Robert
Hart, Joan Rupprecht, Thomas Weiss, and Detlef Olsen served on the student council. The class sponsored
a dance after a football game, held a class picnic, and spent the rest of the year working on graduation
and baccalaureate plans. At last the long-awaited day arrived-graduation and the end of this important
era of their lives.
Seniors awarded scholarships were BOT-
TOM ROW: Left to right: Carl Schmitzer,
Marjorie Mueller, Kay Krause, Julie
VanWormer, BACK ROW: Kay Brechtels-
bauer, Lewis Simpson, Sandra Rummel,
Corinne Bleke, Joan Rupprecht, Randall
Heine, and Michael Nuechterlcin, NOT
PICTURISD are Robert Hart and Robert
. . . . ...... .... . . MSUHonors Scholarship
. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, MSU Honors Scholarship
, , MSU Presidential Citation: William Mayer Scholarship
, . ........ Madonna College Freshman Scholarship
. Isabella County State Bank Scholarship to CMU
. . . State Board of Education Grant to CMU
, , , , , , , , , Rotary Club Scholarship
, Lions Club Scholarship
, I ,,,,,,, ,,,,,, Ot to Trinklein Fund
Robert Hart . . .
Kay Krause .
Carl Schmitzer .
Lewis Simpson .
Corinne Bleke .
Randall Heine .
Michael Nuechterlein ................. Appointment to the NROTC program at MSU
Robert Offenborn ,,,,,,,. Appointment to General Motors Institute by Chevrolet Grey Iron Foundry
American Legion Citizenship Award ................. Joan Ruppreoht and Thomas Weiss
. . . ................ Tender from MSU
Top Ten eniors
Valedictorian of the class of '61 was Joan
Rupprecht, BOTTOM ROW: Right, with
a 3.94 point average. Sally Sohn, left,
was salutatorian with a 3.91 average. Other
top ten students were: SECOND ROW: Left
to right: Jean Rodammer, 3.8063 Dorthy
Lamb, 3.68: Marjorie Mueller, 3.80: Julie
VanWormer, 3.82, BACK ROW: Robert
Hart, 3.741 Thomas Weiss, 3.71: James
Baker, 3.55: and James Veitengruber,3.57.
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These smiling people, Corinne Bleke and
James Baker, were elected the "most
popular" girl and boy in the senior class
by their classmates.
Practicing the latest dance fad, "The Social," are
MaryAnn Laux and William Hook elected "best
dancers" by the Class of '61,
Posing prettily for the camera is Sandra Rlimmel
and her handsome companion, William Hook, also
me ,,,k ,ig K- . ,
Michael Nuechterlein and Sally
Sohn were elected 'best dress-
ed," and :1 first glance proves
that they are very deserving of
Kay Brechtelsbauer seems to be
very amazed as she feels the
muscles of Randy Heine. The
E two were elected "best athletes"
Joan Rupprecht seems to be saying some-
thing profound as Robert Hart listens at-
tentively. The two were elected "most
likely to succeed." Only time will tell!
follows suit. They were elected "best looking" by
Class members going up the river, being driven by
Bill Rummel, far left, are Larry Schuyler, Sally
Sohn, Bill Hook, Mary Ann Laux, Kathie Burgess,
Marie Herzog, Tim Sleamon, Ila Mae Bell, Dick
Stenger, and Gerald Heinlein.
Ready to disembark from Jack Cheney's craft are,
left to right, Charles Fernette, Joan Rupprecht,
Margie Mueller, alias' The Princess of the Dairy
Set, and Mr. Cheney. Connie Fischer looks gayly
on in the background,
Alfred Zink, captain of his boat, takes Bob Hart and Helga
Schillinger for a ride. Two unidentified characters he-
tween them discuss the possibilities of being thrown in
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Enjoying the "Water Wonder-
land Cass River" is the en-
ergetic swimmer, Bob Hart.
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F,H,S, sailed up and down the Cass River on May 29,
1961. Boats of various sizes provided by the Frankenmuth
Boat Club served as transportation, Highlight of the day
came when the hungry "sailors" were leclbarbecued chicken
prepared by members of the Rotary Club.
The three screwballs of the senior class enjoy themselves by "airing" thei l
heads and feet in the mist of the Cass.Beverly Vanek, Corinne Bleke, and
Gloria List found out in their ventures that "when boats pass, water splashes
Soaking the sun and water while Alfred Zink
guides the boat are Jean Rodammer, top, and
Suzanne Simpson, bottom.
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is Mary Zeilinger.
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Helping themselves to
chicken are C a r o 1 yn
Palmrueter, M urtha
Poellet, Jean Rodzinirnei'
and Mary Zeilinger. At the
right are Connie Fischer,
Bob Hart, Helga Schillin-
ger, Judy Yoba, and Kay
Krause. At a different
table, Corinne Bleke, Bob
Offenborne, and Eugene
Knoll enjoy their meal,
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Even the older set had fun on the senior trip :is is shown by
Chester Aldrich, Dr, F, Brender and Bill Rumniel as they
eat their meal,
Doing a new dance step are Mary
Ann Laux and Bill Hook,
Chaperones for the senior trip were Miss
Lois Curtis, left, and Alfred Zink. V -
Showing how it's done are Kathie
Burgess and David Hunter.
Baccalaureate A nd ommencement
TOP LEFT: Faculty members begin the,
recessional, All listen attentively to
Reverend Jnnz, AT RIGHT: Students leave
the Church after the services,
Baccalaureate services for the 104
members of the Class of '61 were held on
June 4th, 1961, at St. Lorenz Lutheran
Church with Rev. Phillip Janz officiating.
Several hymns were sung, and the graduates
heard an inspiring talk,
Commencement exercises were held on
June 7, 1961, on the football field. It was
a momentous event for the class and
pictured here are several examples of the
BELOW, Dr. Preston W, Slossom, commencement
speaker predicted an exciting future for the class in
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who spoke about the future and what it
holds for the grud-
uates ..... Joan
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topic was "Free-
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student body president are nominees and their
managers. Left to right, Bert Bleke, Carla
McConnell, and William Zuellig,
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Leading the juniors through this year of high school
were, left to right Larry List, Vice-presidentg
Deanna Kau1,seCretary: William Zuellig, presidentg
and Miriam Janson, treasurer.
Chosen as this year's Krazy Karnival King and Queen
were Beverly Vanek, senior, and Millard Leslie, junior.
Presenting a bouquet of red roses to Queen Beverly is
Principal Robert Wallen. The Karnival is an annual project
ofthe junior class.
William Zuellig was elected president of the junior class to head the many class activities this year.
Larry List served as vice-president, Deanna Kaul, secretary, and Miriam Janson as treasurer, The student
council representatives were: Bert Bleke, Cheryl Geyer, Gary Hegenauer, Carla McConnell, and Lanny
Nuechterlein, The 86 members of the junior class worked hard to make their class activities a great
success. These included the Sadie Hawkins Dance and the annual Krazy Karnival to raise money for the
event that climaxes every year, the Junior-Senior Dinner Dance on May 27, With "Southern Serenade"
as their theme the juniors did a remarkable job under the direction of Mrs. Margret Willis, junior class
Television, a recent addition to the high school, was utilized by the juniors as a tool of learning,
Several students went to Ann Arbor on May 24, to film a typical television class for the Midwest Airborne
Television, Sponsors for the junior class were Lewis Weiss, Charles Bartel, Jr., James Owens, and
Mrs. Margret Willis.
Discussing a very important issue at the Homecoming Dance is Bert Bleke, Lanny
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which left them both physically and mentally exhausted.
Sophomore Beverly Laking is learning the
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on adjusting themselves to the routine of high school,
However, the class did sponsor a class party held in the high school gymnasium and which was a great
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Janice Edmunds ,Eugene Schiefer, Wesley
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a large number of graduates have been employed by the company.
Pictured above is the staff of the Eyrie 1961. The Elizabeth Brender, sales manager: Beverly Vanek,
staff, for the most part, is drawn from the journal- managing editorg and Sandra Rummel. FRONT ROW:
ism class with Mrs, Margret Willis as advisor.BACK Corinne Bleke, advertising: Jean Rodammer and Joan
ROXN: Left to right: Leonard Felgner, photographerg Rupprecht, co-editorsg and Mrs. Willis, advisor.
The Yearbook Staff peaks
At long last the Eyrie of 1961 is complete! It is with pleasure that we, the staff members, offer this
book to our fellow students. As usual, the Eyrie was scheduled for fall distribution and for this reason
much of the work had to wait until the closing days of the school year before the last item could be
A yearbook is a book of memories and thus we try to enclose all the highlight activities, a record of our
work and play, and the joys and heartbreaks of the entire year within its covers. We hope you enjoy
possessing it now, but that as each year passes,it willbecome more valued and endeared as a reference
to things typical of our high school days and friendships.
While we like to think our class is better, more important, more outstanding and the greatest, we
know we are typical of graduates across the nation, It is out of this very likeness that unity and under-
standing grows throughout our country giving us courage to meet the needs of the future and to have the
strength to face, and do that which is a part of our heritage.
At this time we wish to acknowledge and thank our advertisers, without whose generous help this
yearbook would not have been possible. As in the past we ask our students to bear in mind the members
of the industry and businesses of Frankenmuth who have supported the Eyrie and to realize, too, that
small towns such as ours are the backbone of this great nation.
Lastly we wish to thank Mrs. Margret Willis, our advisor for her understanding, guidance, support
and her ability to allow the staff to have the full responsibility for this student production,
The Eyrie Staff Members
Jean Rodammer and
Joan Rupprecht, Co-Editors
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TOP ROW: Left to rightg Happy that school is out, Joan Rupprecht
clowns as usual, Debating for Frankenmuth are Marjorie Mueller
and Julie VanWormer, Getting measured for a cap and gown is
Sharon Bauer. "His tie was too long!" said Jack Hi1dner's friends,
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Vice-president Nixon as he stops to greet them while traveling
on U,S, 10. Frankenmuth High's own Marjorie Mueller poses
in the Car she uses as Michigan Dairy Princess. The wonders of
Closed circuit television are displayed by Alfred Zink and Bill
Schmitt, Hair stylist of F,,H,S,, Kathie Burgess, offers to do a
special hairdo for Mrs. Margzret Willis, Refereeing for the intra-
mural vs, faculty basketball game are "blind" Carl Nordstrom
and Richard Ziehmer,
TOP ROW: Left to right: Carl Nordstrom leads the "little pixies"
in a song at the Christmas assembly. James Baker shows his brute
strength by holding Millard Leslie on his shoulders, while Tim
Sleamon, Frank Morrison, Jerry Daenzer, Ron Nuechterlein, Gerald
Freeman, Lanny Nuechterlein, and Richard Krueger assist. "Cheers!"
says Fred Galsterer as he holds up his favorite pop. and Michael
Nuechterlein and James Knoll play cards at Jean Rodammer's party.
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Brender, Members of the Saginaw Youth Council from F.H,S,, Jack
Hildner, Robert Hart, and Michael Nuechterlein discuss procedure
at the Mock Congress sponsored by the Council, Michigan State
Bell Ringers entertain students at an assembly sponsored by the
Student Council, Caught taking a rest during class is Eugene Knoll.
Helping the city with a census are three senior class members: Kay
Brechtelsbauer, William Knoll, and David Hunter. A mock national
election- was held in the fall in order to acquaint students with
voting procedure. Martha Poellet, David Hunter, and Julie VanWormer
help with the proceedings.
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