Frankenmuth High School - Eyrie Yearbook (Frankenmuth, MI)
- Class of 1967
Page 1 of 104
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A Tremendous amount of time and effort has been
given to produce this yearbook. Each staff mem-
ber has contributed his share to the annual, and
many have given more than their share.
Special tribute should be paid to Mrs. Margret
Willis who has guided this and previous yearbook
staffs to successful publications. The time she has
expended is of immeasurable value.
Another tribute should be paid to our photogra-
phers, Rummel Studios, who provided the bulk
of the pictures for this yearbook.
With these thoughts in mind, we proudly present
the tenth volume of the Eyrie with hopes that it
will provide interest and amusement now and fond
memories of Frankenmuth High School in the fu-
The 1967 Yearbook Staff
WITH GRATITUDE . . .
To a stimulating Teacher, an able advisor, and
a warm individual, Mrs. Margret Willis, we dedi-
cate the 1967 Eyrie. Her thoughts and methods
have brought both knowledge and enioyment to
The scores of students she has guided.
Possessing a Bachelor of Science degree from
Eastern Michigan University, Mrs. Willis joined
The faculty of Frankenmuth High School in 1957.
Since that Time she has earned her Master ot
Arts and has continued To increase her scope of
Teaching art, English literature, world literature,
and United States government and history, and
advising both The yearbook staff and the senior
class, Mrs. Willis has ample opportunity To pur-
sue her varied interests and use her many talents,
and, by doing so, enlighten Those about her.
To everyThing There is a season, and a Time
To every purpose unoler The heaven: a Time
To be born, and a Time To olie, a Time To
planT, and a Time To pluck up ThaT which is
planTed, a Time To kill, and a Time To heal,
a Time To break clown, and a Time To build
up, a Time To weep, and a Time To laugh, a
Time To mourn, and a Time To dance, a Time
To casT away sTones and a Time To gaTher
sTones TogeTher, a Time To lose, a Time To
keep, ancl a Time To casT away, a Time To
reap and a Time To sow, a Time To keep
silence, and a Time To speak, a Time To love,
ancl a Time To haTe, a Time of war, and a
Time of peace.
"Is if then a time for you To be learning
now? If if is noi, when will if be?"
"a time to dance
". . . and a time To cast away
a time to act
"a time To die
and a Time To share"
TIME AND EFFORT EXPENDED l
Board of Education members: Ileft l
to right! Walter Frahm, president, l
Raymond Bauer, John Metzger, treas-
urer, E. F. Rittmueller, secretary,
Harold Krafft, Wyman Heganauer, i
and Harold Braeutigam, Trustees.
The board have completed investi-
gation of the new manual arts 1
school addition. They are pictured I
here in the industrial arts room. l
Providing the foundation for the school system requires much
time and effort. The school board's importance and influence
could be seen in every maior decision concerning the faculty, T
policies, and the student body. Assisted by Marvin Hauck and l
Jerold McEwen, administrators, their decisions were of primary
significance in determining the academic and extra-curricular life l
of Frankenmuth High School.
Jerold McEwen, superintendent, pauses amid his busy
schedule to pose for this picture.
Part of Marvin Hauck's duty as principal is conferring with students
Help is always welcome in the busy offices of
Principal Marvin Hauck and Superintendent Jerold
McEwen. Student assistants help to smooth things
along for efficient secretaries, Kitty Lee, Evelyn
English, and Charlotte Worley. Co-op students
Suzanne Leidel and Nancy Conzelmann also aid,
giving of their time and talents.
Kittly Lee is assisted by Dorothy Nuechterlein, while Evelyn Eng-
Iish, part-time secretary, receives help from Nancy Conzelmann.
To assist Charlotte Worley in the Principal's office are Ileft to rightl L. Hauben-
stricker, S. Leidel, A. Reiss, B. Rupprecht, C, Kno-ll, and K. Reinbold.
Charlotte Worley, secretarial assistant to Marvin Hauck, principal, smiles amid hier
Providing transportation not only to and from school, but
also for athletic events, field trips, and other activities were
these loyal bus drivers. Seated in bus from left, Mrs. Marvel
Katona, Mrs. Lois Eischer, Mrs. Hildega-rd Merten, standing,
Mrs. Dorothy Gugel, Mrs. Esther Haubenstricker, and Art,Hild-
ner, supervisor. Missing are Mrs. Sylvia Bickel, Mrs. Mildred
Trinklein, Walter Schellhas, Bernard Trinklein, Melvin Trinklein,
Kurt Schmitzer, and Sharron Vinton.
SCENES . . .
Custodians for the Frankenmuth Public Schools are pictured below.
Standing: Mr. and Mrs. Arno Fischer, Mrs, Erwin Keinath, Alois
Schmitzer, director, Mrs. Alois Schmitzer, kneeling: Albert Veiten-
grueber and Melvin Trinklein. Absent from the picture are Hildegard
Mertent, Nick Franklin, and Walter Shellhas.
Feeding three-hundred hungry high school
students each day is not an easy task, but
the-se four ladies perform admirably. From left,
Mrs. Leona Weber, Mrs. Hildegard Mauer, head
cook, Mrs. Helen Block, and Mrs. Christine
GUIDANCE FOR ALL
Miss Janice DeCou and her part-time secretary Betty Erndt,
below, are busy with such matters as class schedules, testing
programs, and report cards. Miss DeCou spends half a day
as guidance counselor.
LIBRARY . . . PLACE FOR STUDY
Assisting in the guidance office are these senior girls: standing,
Joyce Landskroener, Andrea Girardot, Kathy Abraham, Marilyn Lau-
When a student needs a book, he can
be sure Mrs. Judith Maier and her as-
sistants are ready to help in any way they
can. This year an addition of book shelves
enlarged the Library.
Librarian Mrs. Judith Maier is surrounded by her as-
sistants Ieft to right, Brenda Watters, Kathy Geyer, Mary
Hubinger, Nancy Voorheis, Margaret Sohn, and Dorothy
BDOKS TAKE STUDENTS Tl
Mrs. Margret Willis and three students of the
world literature class locate the home area
of an author under discussion. Students are
George Frahm, Paul Shippey, and Janet Bender. l
"Verstehen Sie alles?" sagte Herr Pelzer to his attentive
James Weber gives individual instruction as Laurie Block records
in conversational German class. After taking the voice on the tape
recorder, the material is played back for correction.
The faces of Arthur Loesel's United States literature class all
seem to reflect the old adage, "Laughter is the essence of life."
Experienced by every student, the English department consists of varied courses designed to
stimulate each one. Traditionally, the freshman year, in the form of communication skills as
taught by Joy Atkins and Arthur Loesel, was dedicated to capturing the allusive intricacies of lan-
guage. Sophomores were allowed to choose the two other courses necessary to complete their grad-
uation requirements. They were confronted with United States literature, instructed by Mr. Loesel or
Roger Tompkins who also teaches sports in literature, creative writing, directed by Mrs. Joy Atkins,
and Mrs. Margret Willis' classes, world literature and English literature rounded out the program.
Although the degree of enioyment may differ between students, each realized the importance
of attaining a command of the native English, and a background of literary heritage.
For those who desired experience in another language, courses in German were offered. James
Weber and Arthur Pelzer shared the load of these classes. By acquiring this linguistic ability, the
student also broadened his local heritage, tightened his community ties, and increased his under-
standing of English.
Mrs. Joy Atkins lists the steps to be taken for a well written
composition in her freshman communication skills classroom.
Clowning around in Roger Tompkins' sports in literature class is
fbottom, leftl P. Loveless, M. Schiefer, D. English, K. Bickel, R.
Haubenstricker, T. Yoba, and C. Ferguson.
Imagination and creativity of the art classes,
under the direction of Mrs. Margret Willis,
were demonstrated in the eleventh annual
art exhibit. Their works, which included use
of such media as watercolor, chalk, paper
mache, tissue paper, and lndia ink, were well-
received by those who attended. Mobils and
outstanding wall hangings of stitchery were
displayed on the walls and in the library. The
pieces shown attest to the fact that a gradu-
ate of this class has truly discovered the
fascination of the colorful world of art.
Students of the elementary school were the first visitors to the
art exhibit. Many interesting comments were heard, about which
picture was pretty and which one was not.
The mark of a good abstract is that it is
interesting from any angle. Mike Gehrs
proves the point to his satisfaction.
Barb Gugel is either shouting for icy, or screaming in frustration. Mrs. Willis
and Karen Koehler can't quite figure out which.
BANDS ARE COLORFUL
In addition to directing the high school
band, James Van DeVelde also guides The
marching band which plays at the football
games, and leads the Bavarian band dur-
ing The annual June festival. Under his
leadership, The band gave its usual Two
concerts and, for The first Time, played in
an assembly Tor the student body. The
band has participated in a number of solo
and ensemble festivals and other competi-
tive events. There is also a pep band
under the guidance of John Eaton, stu-
"There are days like this surely everyone has them l
. . . when no one is in tune" so muses Mr. Van DeVelde,
Sharp in red and white uniforms the high school band members are: Hop row, leftj V. Schiefer, G. Frahm, J. Frahm, M. Nettle-
ton, E. Keinath, L. Rustem, M. Schiefer, R. Reindel, J. Katona, T. Duclas. Isecond rowj D. Coats, D. Kraft'-t, H. Day, D. Zuercher
J. Franklin, C. Rustem, J. Eaton, J. Schreiner, R. Schutt, D. Walz, J. Duff. Ithird rowl R. Ott, L. Hart, P. Shippey, M. Trinklein, E.
Walz, J. Hart, P. Wenzlotf, R. Ittner, G. Uebler, D. Finger. ffourth rowj C. Trinklein, M. Hoadley, M. Olgaard, D. Auernhammer, P.
Pagels, D. Botimer, L. Finger, B. Weiss, A. Frei, A. Zoellnter, K. Wilder, Maiorettes K. Zeillinger, R. Bauer, J. Reinclel, B. Watters
C. Watters, James Van DeVelde, director
CAREERS IN THE MAKING
The interest of many business-minded
sTudenTs in That field was developed while
They were in high school. FrankenmuTh's
commercial department contained several
elements designed for This Type of sTu-
dent. General business, Typing I, and busi-
ness law served as an introduction To The
affairs of business. The commercial in-
structors, Louis Weiss, Marco MarceT, and
Charles Bartel, Jr., also taught courses
such as office practice, Typing II, and ac-
counting which were designed for sec-
retarial affiliated careers.
Dear Mr. Smith," dictates Marco Marcet To his shorthand
class. Diligently Taking the words down are Dorothy
Nuechterlein, Cathy Behrman, Julie Duff, and Mary Weiss,
seated in the foreground.
One doesn't learn if one doesn't ask questions is the philosophy
of Kay Roedel as she asks Charles Bartel, pictured right,
The proper heading for this particular letter.
Mary Englehart, seated, and Judy Grueber listen intently as Louie
Weiss instructs them in the use of The Gestetnar copier.
Students of August Kehrberg's American history and government
class studiously pose for our camera.
Jo Geyer, Donna Krueger, Becky Creger, Faye Bronner, and
Ruth Abraham re-created the fight for women's rights,
The broadening complexities of our
rapidly progressing world emphasized
the growing need of knowledge in
the social sciences. World Affairs, a
sophomore class instructed by Alan
Durkee, was specifically designed to
meet this challenge. It has succeeded
in acquainting the student with cur-
rent events and awakening his po-
litical awareness. After completing
this subject, pupils were given the
necessary historical and governmen-
tal background, in classes of United
States and Latin American history,
and government as taught by August
Kehrberg, Roger Tompkins, Mrs. Mar-
gret Willis, and Alan Durkee, to
further clarify and broaden the picture
of the world situation.
as this era was being studied in Roger Tompkins' fourth
hour history class.
Alan Durkee and Ken Huber seem to be having a
disagreement over a map location in sixth hour history
VARIETY OF CLASSES OFFERED
A wide variety of science and mathematic
classes are offered to the students who are
required to take one year of each for gradu-
Biology I, and ll, general science, applied
chemistry, and physics are taught by Mrs.
Betty Sheppard, Harlan Abraham, and James
Basic mathematics, Algebra I and Il, ge-
ometry, and advanced mathematics complete
the courses taught by Warren Wilson, Byron
Charters, and James Weber.
It seems Warren Wilson is saying "Behave or get out" but
he really is lecturing to an interested group of algebra stu-
Study period is always welcomed by members of the basic
matics class when announced by Byron Charters, instructor.
"Anyone know what this is?" asks Warren Wilson, below,
of this geometry class as he displays a brightly colored
Students Kay Roedel, Linda Bierlein, and Steve
Hill hunt out the location of the heart, lungs,
and other interesting "data" while dissecting
a cat as Harlan Abraham, biology instructor,
"Add a little here and take a little there,"
says James Weber, below, to Tim Hildner and
Terry Weiss as they wait for results of a
Ken Kueftne-r, Henry Dietzel, and Dennis Zuercher prepare for an elec-
tricity experiment in Betty Sheppard's physics class.
Exciting are the results of some of the
mixtures whipped up in science class by
pard, and Dennis Haubenstricker work
under the direction of Mrs. Betty Shep-
the freshmen. Kathleen Davis, Tom Shep-
Jill Thompson has captured her audience as she
relates a humorous incident. Listening and grading
is speech instructor, Francis Cheslik,
Under the direction of Francis Cheslik, a new member
of the faculty, the speech department began the
school year larger than ever. Included were tour
classes of Speech I and one of Speech II.
While Speech I students concentrated on parliamen-
Could ,haf Prem, head of Kay qsnoddyy tary procedure, persuasive speaking, debate, and in-
KHCZYHW be Ploiilng a TWP for B'll lM'- terpretative reading, the second year class delved
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an emere, Uslem deeper into the aspects of drama and radio broad-
A hilarious comedy, "It's Cold In Them Thar Hills" was presented to the student body and Parent-Teacher Association by the
second year speech class members. The cast incuded: Bill Rustem, Ruth Abraham, Christel Schillinger, Steve List, Rick Monk, Kay
Kaczynski, Gerhard Pickelmann, Sue Leidel, Norbert Keinath, and Knot picturedj Jean Wenzel, Barb Rupprecht, Greg Fetterman, Dave
PHYSICAL FITNESS STRESSED
Although conducted by a new teacher,
Arthur Pelzer, the boys' physical educa-
tion classes experienced little change in
their athletic activities. However, they
quickly learned that after a period of in-
struction in a sport they would be given
written and skill tests to examine their
knowledge and ability in that particular
Mrs. Sharon Barrett led the girls as they
attempted to keep their bodies fit and
trim by repeating special exercises.
Through the course of the school year,
her students enioyed such events as vol-
leyball, bombard, track and field, free
exercise, and tumbling.
High on the list of popular activities for
both boys and girls was folk dancing. This
experience gave the mixed group an op-
portunity to mingle and to demonstrate
their dancing abilities.
Perfect balance is displayed as Nancy Voorheis and Kathy Krum-
nauer demonstrate the back angel for Mrs. Sharon Barrett, physical
As Director Arthur Pelzer Iback to cameral checks, a group of students urge their favorite
wrestler on to victory. The performers are lefty Rick Monk, senior, and Ed Dahlman, iunior.
Eager to be better cooks, the
girls of Home Economics I were
The fragrance of yummy foods
set many a students taste buds
HOMEMAKER9 OF TOMDRROW
Miss Krug is always willing to assist her students
as she does here with Chris Wendt.
M. Buffy, N. Heights, S. Rittmeuller, and G. Bickel enioy
admiring each others finished protects.
Flower arranging, sewing, learning the care of fabrics, and
cooking were iust a few of the many activities participated
in by the three home economics classes, taught by Miss
Rebecca Creger pictured on page 25, was chosen the
Co-ed correspondent, and also was presented with the
Betty Crocker Homemaking award, given each year to
the senior with the most outstanding knowledge of
FACILITIES E N LARGED
Warren Naber and members of the mechanical drawing class inspect the new shop addition. When completed, this building will
house mechanical drawing and electronics classes.
Questions and questions are asked of Warren Naber as he
assists Wayne Kraenzlein and Kevin Koch with mechanical
drawing. Greg Fischer is an interested on lootker in the back-
Work was started last summer for the addition
of new classrooms for power mechanics, basic
electronics, and shop classes.
Warren Naber and his drafting classes were
moved into the new quarters during the second
semester. The other classes will be organized in
Dan Poellet and Mike Galsterer, below, wait for Gary Weiss to change
the color of his model car.
" . . . I hope ThaT nine-TenThs of Their Time
will be leisure Time: ThaT They may enjoy
Their days, and The earTh, and The beauTy of
This beauiiful world, ThaT They may dance
and sing and eaT and drink."
"a Time To speak . . ."
and a Time To give
"a time To sing
and a Time To reap"
"a time of war ..."
As always, The varsity and iunior varsity
debate Teams found that Their activity
consisted primarily of time, effort, and
ability. Under The direction of Francis
Cheslik, The group studied processes of
analysis, argument, presentation, and
Thought communication. The members
quickly realized Their need for prowess in
research and competitive speaking as
They went on To a fine season.
Suddenly The library was caught up in
another flurry of searching as a set of
forensic students invaded it. Again guided
by Mr. Cheslik, These speakers represented
Their school well as They went on into
district, regional, and state contests.
Tom Duclos, Jim Frahm, George Frahm, Greg Mclnerney, and
Wendy Wessborg were participants in The many-sided field of
Junior varsity debaters included: standing: Coach
Francis Cheslik, Karl Kasten, Ken Schmandt, Bob
Reindel, and Dave Hoeraufp sitting, Nancy Adams
and Steve Hill.
Members of The varsity debate team left w
Wendy Wessborg, Bill Rustem, John Eaton,
Frahm, Debbie Walz, Paul Shippey, George Fra
Kathy Geyer, and Becky Schutt.
GAA officers: fstandingj M. Roedel, point-keeper, B. Bender,
secretary, S. Schaefer, treasurer. Seated: K. Krumnauer, president,
J. Thompson, vice president, below.
Y-Teen m-embers, back row: D. Finger, president, S. Frahm
vice president, K. Kasten, K. Finger, secretary. Front row
D. Botimer, D. Finger, treasurer, A. Roedel.
A good way to spend one's time is with
clubwork, and Frankenmuth High School
had two active clubs this year. The Y-
Teens was a service organization affiliated
with the Young Women's Christian As-
sociation and was dedicated to helping
others while providing enioyment for its
The Girl's Athletic Association was a fel-
lowship group which offered its members
various opportunities to participate in in-
tramural sports and other athletic activi-
GAA, top row: P. Schwab, S. Gilbert, C. Bender, L. Fischaber, M. Hubinger, G. Uebler, C. Weiss, B.
Palmreuter, A. Zoellner, G. Daenzer, D. Haubenstricker, B. Rodammer. Middle row: W. Wessborg, J.
Miller, C. Keinath, A. Wenzel, S. Bender, M. DeYoung, E. Hart, C. Boesenecker, B. Heindl, D. Weiss.
Front row: K. Krumnauer, J. Thompson, B. Bender, M. Roedel, S. Schaefer, L. Crary, S. Travis, C.
Trinklein, S. Schrems. Advisor: Sharon Barrett.
Lynn Weineke, winner of first place in the talent
show, lulls her audience with songs from the South
Giving his rendition of the latest hit songs, Greg
Fisher is accompanied by Harlan Day on the drums and
Jessie Melcher and Phil Marcy on the guitar. The group
won second place.
Karen Koehler, Wendy Waack, and Jane Fischer captured
third place with their display of grace and poise in a
free exercise routine.
An excellent display ot talent was witnessed this
year at the Student Council Talent Show. Acts
ranged from hilarious comedy to serious music,
and each was thoroughly enioyed by the student-
taculty audience. The first, second, and third-
place winners traveled to Vassar, Caro, and Cass
City High Schools to perform in exchange talent
shows sponsored by the Thumb B Student Coun-
PEOPLE . PRIZES. PRUFITS
The glint of excitement in children's
eyes, balloons, frantic king and queen
promoters, straw hats, tired parents,
teddy bears, and cakes were all part
of the 1967 Krazy Karnival. An an-
nual event sponsored by the iunior
class to raise money for the Junior-
Senior Prom, the Karnival again
proved to be a success as the class
realized the highest profit in the his-
tory of the activity.
Here stands the royal pair, Ken Knieling and
Chris Boesenecker, king and queen of the 'I967
Chosen by their classmates to run for king and queen were Dave Trinklein
and Susan Schaeffer, sophomores, Ken Knieling and Karen Zeilinger, juniors:
Jean Wenzel and Al Poellet, seniors, and Chuck Rustem and Chris Boesen-
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"Good grief," is Chris Geyer's only comment to
Rich Bernthal's humor as Dave Weirauch tries to
facets of the Krazy Karnival, perhaps to stash away ideas.
gamblers to the hair-raising cake walk, a modified form of
A curious member of the younger set explores irresistable
Scholarship, service, citizenship, and character
-These tour categories distinguish members
ot the National Honor Society, Alfred G.
Zinck Chapter. The students are chosen by
the faculty members who judge Them on the
above attributes, and only those pupils with
a three-point or better grade-point average
Steve List served as president of the Society
this year and James Weber took over as
advisor. A successful and enioyable banquet
for members and their parents was held in
May at Zehnder's Hotel.
As part of the entertainment for the banquet, Faye Bronner,
pictured below, showed her slides from Japan where she
was an exchange student last summer. The Bavarian Singers
pictured on page twenty-five also performed at the banquet.
National Honor Society members are from top, D. Weirauch, W.
Bradford, J. Bierlein, R. Abraham, J. Fischer, K. Koehler, J. Eaton,
S. Leidel, T. Weiss, J. Schreiner, K. Loesel, J. Frahm, N. Adams,
K. Zeilinger, R. Rodammer, K. Roedel, B. Bender, S. Frahm, W.
Rustem, D. Walz, F. Bronner, R. Schutt, M. Zehnder, James Weber,
advisor, K. Geyer, S. List, A. Rittmueller, W. Wessborg, H. Dietzel,
R. Protzman. Missing: A. Bender, J. Bender, K. Kaczynski, J.
Kruckowski, and E. Allardyce.
BEHIND THE EYRIE'S COVER
Hard-working members of The 1967
yearbook staff struggled diligently
To produce The tenth annual Eyrie.
Under the supervision of Mrs. Mar-
gret Willis, The weekly meetings con-
sisted of laying OUT pages, writing
copy, choosing appropriate pictures,
planning, drawing, and Typing-in
short, doing everything possible To
make a complete memory book
which will be treasured for years.
Taking Time off from their yearbook duties
are Ruth Abraham, editor, and Kathy Loesel, co-
Posing on the merry-go-round are The members of The yearbook staff, top row,
K. Krumnauer, S. Schmitzer, J. Wenzel, W. Wessborg, C. Goldammer, C. Geyer,
second rowf C. Fergusen, B. Bradford, K. Kueffner, K. Kasten, S. Frahm, Mrs.
Willis, K. Finger, seated, W. Waack, C. Knoll, K. Kaczynski, R. Abraham, E.
Allardyce, K. Geyer, M. Zehnder, K. Loesel.
Editor ..... . . . . . . . . Ruth Abraham
Co-Editor .... .............. K athy Loesel
Copy Editors . . . . . Charlotte Knoll, Kathy Geyer
Advertising ........ ....... ........... K a y Kaczynski
Circulation Manager ..................... Ellen Allardyce
Academics Editors .... Katy Finger, Sue Frahm, Karen Kasten
Sports Editors ...... Bill Bradford, Tim Zehnder, Ken Kueffner
Freshmen .... .... M argaret DeYoung, Cheryl Trinklein
Sophomores .. ................ Wendy Wessborg
Juniors . . . ................. Kathy Loesel
Seniors .. .. Jean Wenzel, Shirley Schmitzer
Advisor . . . ........... Mrs. Margret Y. Willis
LIDENT9 LEARN LEADERSHIP
Student Council Members from top: P. Herzog, D. Scharrer, B. Baker, D. Weirauch, J. Beyerlein, M.
Reif, C. Nuechterlein, C. Fergusen, D. Voorheis, T. Weiss, S. List, D. Weiss, B. Gugel, F. Bronner, B.
Schutt, C. Rustem, L. Rustem, T. Hildner, K. Muehlfeld, R. Bernthal, parliamentarian, S. Leidel, treas-
urer, K. Abraham, vice-president, W. Rustem, president, R. Abraham, secretary, Charles Bartel-
advisor, B. Heindl. Missing: N. Voorheis
Again this year the Student Council spon-
sored and supervised many successful activi-
ties ranging from Homecoming through as-
semblies, to a bake sale. One of the most
worthwhile of these proiects was "Bundle
Days" operated under the Save The Children
Federation in Knoxville, Tennessee.
The Student Council was also active in the
Thumb B Student Council and for the second
year, supervised the annual Thumb B Picnic.
Able leaders of the 1966-67 Student Council were Bill
Rustem, president and Kathy Abraham, vice-president.
CAMPAIGNS. CDNFETTI. CHEER9
Running for president and vice-president were
Becky Schutt and Kris Muehlfeld.
Each spring the Student Body elections are held to select
a president and vice-president for the following year's
council. As in national elections, the candidates run on
tickets, and spend many hours campaigning, making
signs and posters, buttons and confetti, to be used by
their supporters on election day. The gym becomes a
convention hall wtih streamers, posters, and voters pro-
claiming the merits' of their candidates and after all is
finished, weary Student Council members clean up the
Kathy Loesel, "Woman in the street" asks Karen Koehler's opinion of the
candidates for Student Body Elections.
Tim Hilclner and Dave Weirauch
pose beneath signs stating their cam-
paign slogan. Tim was elected presi-
dent and Dave vice-president of the
Student Body for the 1967-68 school
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"Oh no!" exclaim Mary Zehndeir and Mike Galsterer as the camera
catches them, but Bill Zehnder remains calm, straightens his tie,
and asks Karen Zeilinger, "How do I look?"
Below students enioy before-the-prom coketails at the homie of Faye Brenner.
Ablaze with brightly colored flowers, travel
posters, fish nets, and palm trees, the main
dining room of Zehnder's Hotel was trans-
formed into a tropical paradise for the an-
nual iunior-senior dinner-dance.
Emphasizing the Tahitian theme, pineap-
ples, palm leaves, and flowers decorated the
buffet table where a delicious meal was
served. Following the dinner, master of
ceremonies Tim Hildner presented gifts to
the iunior class advisors and then turned
the program over to comedian Karrel Fox
who gave a magical-comedy act pleasing to
all. To round off the evening, dancing to
music provided by the Kings Four was of-
fered. Sponsored by the junior class for the
seniors, the prom was a happy event for
both faculty and students.
finery before a flower-decked foot bridge.
Sue Galsterer and Tom Rief pose in their prom
Three senior girls take a breather from
dancing with their alumni dates. From
left, Reinie Frank, Faye Bronner, Donna
Kruger, Al Martens, Becky Creger, and
Bill Bradford and Kathy Herzog, above, are amused
by someone's shenanigans over in the corner, but Wayne
Reif and Nan Heights are interested only in each other,
and Kathy Geyer seems concerned solely with her soda
"l only have eyes 'for you" says Peggy Pagels to Bill
Hart as they enioy refreshments.
"There's a Time for some Things, and a
Time for all Things, a Time for greaT Things,
and a Time for small Things."
Miguel de CervanTes
. . and a Time To remember"
"a Time To break down
"a time To every purpose"
a Time To keep"
and a time To kill"
Frankenmuth High School's
1966 Homecoming Queen.
An excited and happy Ruth is crowned Home-
coming Queen by last year's Queen, Kathy
Bernthal as her escort, Bill Bradford, looks on.
Reigning over the 1966 Homecoming was Queen
Ruth Abraham, senior, and members of her court
Mary Zehnder and Kathy Gugel, seniors, Charlotte
Galsterer, iunior,-Jonalynn Reindel, sophomore, and
Barb Heindl, Freshman. .The two senior representa-
tives, and the Queen were chosen from a group of
senior girls by a panel of iudges consisting of Stu-
dent Council, faculty, and adult members of the
community. Besides the tiara received during half-
time ceremonies of the Frankenmuth-Vassar football
game from last year's Queen Kathy Bernthal, Ruth
was presented with a dozen long-stemmed red roses
and received a football autographed by all the team
members at the Homecoming Dance following the
Members of the 1966 Homecoming Court were, standing, Mary Zehnder,
Kathy Gugel, Barb Heindl, seated, Charlotte Gialsterer, Queen Ruth Abraham,
and Jonalynn Reindel.
A 'l6-foot witch dumps the Vassar Vulcan into a boiling caldron as
part of her victory brew for the Eagles, in the sen-ior's first place
The iunior's float, which placed third, shows a red and gray
spider with the conference schools caught in the Frankenmuth
Flying to the football field with a victory is an Eagle playing
stork in this, the freshmen's fourth place float, right.
To highlight the pre-game activities of the
1966 Homecoming, a fireworks display spon-
sored by the Student Council added a brilliant
touch to the presentation of the national
anthem. Excitement marked the halftime ac-
tivities as the local band, under the direction
of James Van DeVelde, and Varsity cheer-
leaders offered a black-light pom-pom routine.
This was followed by the announcement of
the winning float and a guest performance
by the Vassar band. The climax of the eve-
ning, however, was the crowning of the
i966 Homecoming Queen, Ruth Abraham.
She and the members of her court reigned
over the second half of the Frankenmuth-
Vassar game and saw the Eagles trounce the
Sophomores captured second place with their hugh whale
depicting the greatness of the Eagle team.
COACHES Warren Wilson, Roger Tompkins, and James Weber can
be iustly proud of the fine record they have established in their
first year of working together.
Michigan Lutheran Seminary 59- O
Caro l9- O
Bad Axe 74- 0
Sandusky 66- O
Vassar 69- O
Marlette 54- 6
Cass City 74- o
Laker High 20-i9
EAGLES ARE I 96
The T966 Eagles were led to a conference
championship and a second place ranking
in the state Class "B" polls by the new
head coach, Roger "Budd" Tompkins.
Highlighting the 8-O record were six shut-
outs, an average of 54 points a game,
and only 25 points scored by opponents.
The fighting spirit embedded in each team
member's heart, coupled with the skill-
ful guidance of Coaches Weber, Wilson,
and Tompkins produced an outstanding
championship football team of which
Frankenmuth High School can be proud.
MOST VALUABLE PLAYER Terry Weiss startles the opposition
as he deflects another pass.
Ken Stroebel 1725 and Gary Weiss C301 close in for a valuable tackle, Steve List is brought down by an opponent
after a long yardage gain.
Thumb "B" championship football team members are: Back row, G. Schmandt, G. Irvine, K. Stroebel, D. Weirauch, R. Frank, E.
Dahlman, D. Krafft, M. Weiss, T. Hildner, J. Keinath. Second row, Coach Wilson, D. Trinklein, R. Bierlein, G. Weiss, B. Baker, J. List,
M. Neflleton, D. Crary, D. Weiss, P. Felgner, K. Block, J. Simon. Front row, Coach Tompkins, R. Bernthal, R. Irvine, H. Dietzel,
M. DeYoung, O. Jammer, T. Weiss, S. List, R. Monk, W. Rustem, A. Poellet, J. Schreiner, R. Protzman, manager, and Coach Weber
Gary Weiss barrels downs the field towards anothertouchdown as teammates block staggering opponents.
Aided by valuable blockers, Steve List races around the end
for a touchdown.
With a tremendous block, Oscar Jammer paves the way for
the ball-carrier, Steve List.
A familiar scene is Gary Weiss breaking away from countles
"Hold that line . . . get in there
and fight . . . Eagles, Eagles . . .
Hit, hit, hit, hit . . . Yea Coach
.. . 7l, 72, 73, 74... Who says
we won't win . . . Go Go Go Go
Go Go . . . We're the Champs
. . . Beat those Lakers . . . Push
'em black . . . Touchdown! . . .
We're Number T-In the Thumb!
Terry Weiss, Al Poellet, and Randy Irvine easily stop the opposition
CAGER9 ARE DETERMINED
The 1966-67 Eagle Basketball team members were, standing from Ieftp Warren Wilson, coach, T. Weiss, O. Jammer, J. Poellet, G
Rummel, R. List, A. Poellet, M. Nettleton, R. Baker, T. Weiss, and S. List. Kneeling from left, M. Gehrs, manager, R. Enser, R. Bernthal
G. Weiss, D. Crary, K. Kneeling and R. Protzman, manager.
Bad Axe 118
Cass City 80
Laker High 74
Bad Axe 87
Cass City 78
Laker High 54
Laker High 63
Excitement and spirit highlighted each Frankenmuth
basketball game as the Eagles posed a constant
threat to every opponent. Their constant hustle and
strong determination were present throughout the
year. Paced by good shooting and fine rebounding,
the Eagles broke many school records, including
most points in a game 11181, shooting percentage,
freethrovv percentage, and others.
Warren Wilson was coach again this year and had
an able assistant in Art Pelzer. At the annual sports
banquet, Mr. Wilson announced that he was very
proud of the effort the boys put into playing basket-
ball this year, and that it had been a pleasure for
him to coach them.
TERRY WEISS-MVP A
JIM POELLET GEORGE RUMMEL
"S-I-N-K, Sink It . . . steal that ball . . .
We want a Victory . . . Eagles are the
best . . . Go Boys . . . Beat 'em . . . Bas-
ket, Basket, We want a Basket . . . Over-
time . . . Shoot that ball . . . Raise that
score . . . Foul . . . Get that lump ball
. . . Go, Fight, Win!"
Freshman Rick List shows the form which earned him
a position on the varsity basketball team.
Clustered beneath the basket, both teams are alert for a possible re-
bound as Steve List arches for a basket.
Terry Weiss drops in two more points
for the Eagles.
A sight often seen as the team used their
fast-break technique was a lone player,
in this case Oscar Jammer, and his guard
beneath the Eagle's basket.
Rick List rises above the other players as he snatches a
Ralph Enser's shot sails over an attempted block as teammates
Terry Weiss and Steve List stand by iust in case.
Encountering a close opponent, Al Poellet strains to suc-
cessfully complete his shot.
Steve List stretches to score another basket.
Varsity cheerleaders Kay Hegenauer Itopl and left to right Ruth
Abraham, Wendy Waack, Nancy Voorheis, and Barb Rupprecht
execute a mount.
Filling in as substitutes on the squad were Lynn Crary and Linda
"We're with you team, so fight . . .!"
Cheerleaders throughout the nation live
up to this chant every athletic season,
and the Frankenmuth High School cheer-
leaders were no exception. The eleven
girls on the squad under the direction
of Mrs. Sharon Barrett leol Eagle fans in
cheers and chants whether the boys were
ahead or behind. "Perky", the Eagle mas-
cot, appeared during both football and
basketball games to help the cheerleaders
Looking peppy are Junior Varsity cheerleaders Jane Fischer
Itopj, Bonnie Borchard and Chris Geyer Imidcllel and Karen
Loyal cheerleaders follow the teams wherever they go to play. The above group spent an active year. Top, Kay Hegenauer,
Standing, Ruth Abraham, Barbara Rupprecht, Nancy Voorheis, Wendy Waack. Kneelingg Middle row, Jane Fischer and Chris Geyer,
bottom row, Bonnie Borcharcl and Karen Koehler.
Buried in pom-poms is cheerleading coach, Mrs. Sharon Barrett, below.
"Perky" the Eagle mascot poses for the camera
Underneath is Becky Schutt.
Varsity baseball players are: standing, Bill Rustem, Dave Weirauch, Wayne Gugel, Bob Baker, Ken Veitengruber, Max Neffleton, Dave
Reinert, Floyd Schoenknecht, Jim Keinath, Ken Knieling, Ken Strobel, Coach Marco Marcet, kneeling, Al Poellet, Oscar Jammer, Terry
Weiss, Steve List, Gary Weiss, Don Crary, Wayne Reif, Randy Irvine, and Rich Bernthal.
Al Poellet stretches for the ball as a Vassar runner hopelessly
races to first.
Coach Marco Marcet shows Oscar Jammer a winning batting
ROKEN . . .
Paced by the pitching of Dave Reinert and
backed by exceptional hitting and fielding,
the Frankenmuth Eagles compiled a season
record of 7-1 to place second in the confer-
ence. Coach Marco Marcet boasts a fine rec-
ord as his Eagles scored 90 runs while allow-
ing 11, only one of these being an earned
BASEBALL SCH EDU LE
Bad Axe 4-1
Cass City 1 1-O
Laker High 18-2
As Steve List anticipates the next pitch, team-mates look on
Al Poellet guards his position at first base as the opposing team
attempts a run, right.
Action is the word as Bill Rustem begins a
around the bases.
As the team takes a well-deserved rest, they look for weak points
in the opposition, below. X
Freshman, Rick List, proved to be valuable in the high iump.
Anchor-man, Steve List, streaks across the line for a record-breaking 880-
TRACK SEASON IS SUCCESS
The track team was very successful this year. The members were: Back row, T. Sheppard, M. Piesko, K. Goodwin, N. Herzog, K.
Weiss, D. Weiss, T. Weber. Third row, P. Loveless, G. Palmreuter, E. Keinath, J. Schreiner, J. Hart, R. List. Second row, B. Hart, W
Reif, A. Poellet, P. Shippey, B. Baker, R. Bernthal, Coach Tompkins. Front row, G. Weiss, S. List, R. Monk, H. Dietzel, G. Pickel-
mann, J. Simon.
Led by the running and jumping of Steve
List, the Frankenmuth track Team did
STEVE LIST, chosen most valuable player, displays his
championship low hurdle form.
quite well this year. Steve broke the
school record in the long iump and
brought home tirsts in both the high
and lovv hurdles, as well as the long
lump, almost every time he competed.
Coach Roger Tompkins encouraged the
boys to do their best, and looks forward
to another successful track season next
Pole vaulter Henry Dietzel easily clears the bar for another victory
Rich Bernthal stretches for extra inches in the long iump
GOLF I9 EXCITING!
Getting ready to shoot a round of golf are members of the golf team, Coach Warren Wilson, S. Chall, T. Reif, D. Conzelmann, B.
Bradford, G. Fetterman, M. DeYoung, T. Zehnder, P. Felgner, P. Schmitt, K. Koehler, R. Reif, R. Bierlein, L. Nuechterlein, P. List. Absent,
Most valuable player BILL BRADFORD
shows his effective follow-through.
Strong participation in golf this year appears to be very prom-
ising for teams of the future, and Frankenmuth golfers are
sure to play a part. Warren Wilson coached this year's team,
the best in Frankenmuth's history to a victorious I4-6 sea-
son, and led the boys to a third place finish in the con-
ference, and tenth in the regionals. Bill Bradford shot an
outstanding six over par 78 to take medalist honors in the
Loading up Coach Wilson's car are Phil Felgner, Mark DeYoung, Tim Zehnder and
' INTRAMURAL9 ARE l
Team balance and outstanding rebounding proved
To be great assets for champion Wayne ReiT's
Team. Reif and his teammates defeated Rick
Monk's Team in a decisive play-off game after
boTh had achieved identical records aT The end
of the regular season. The fine play and large
number of boys participating in intramurals can
be credited To The hard work and determination
of Coaches Roger Tompkins and James Weber.
The girls participated in connection with GAA
and had Mrs. Barrett as supervisor. Although not
as competitive as The boys, The girls found
intramural play To be both exciting and Tun.
Mrs. Barrett looks amused as she watches These girls attempt
a Tumbling stunt during intramural play.
These nine boys finished the intramural basketball season on top after an exciting playoff game
Standing from lefty Tom Zuellig, Gerry Schreiner Wayne Ren' captain Tom Rell: and Neil Herzog
Kneeling from lefty Henry Dietzel, Gerhard Picklemann Wayne Gugel and Tim Hildner
J.V.'Q PROVE Tl
.l. V. football team members are top row: P. Schmitt, G. Mclnerney K. Goodwin, K. Koch, T. Duclos, G. Dahlmann, L. Bierlein, K.
Rummel, P. Herzog, L. Nuechterlein. Second row: D. Conzelmann, R. Preston, T. Engel, M. Ross, T. Rodammer, T. Auernhammer, B.
Poellet, D. Dietzel, F. Rodammer, N. Herzog, J. McElgunn. Third row: Coach Arthur Pelzer, C. Rustem, J. Franklin, R. Trinklein, B.
Warnick, S. Chall, C. Ferguson, M. Schiefer, D. Bierlein, T. Weber, P. List, Bottom row: F. Bender, G. Palmrueter, C. Nuechterlein,
D. Muehlfeld, T. Yoba, E. Witt, L. Rustem, P. Loveless, K. Koehler, K Goodwin, M. Piesko, R. List.
The J.V. baseball team had a fine and rewarding season. Members are back row: Coach James Weber, K. Goodwin, T. Engel,
M. Olgard, J. Franklin, M. Piesko, C. Rustem, M. Street, R. List, M. Schiefer, D. Knoll, Front row: M. Reif, J. Beyerlein, L. Franklin,
P. Wenzloff, C. Nuechterlein, R. Merton, G. Scharrer, L. Rustem, C. Ferguson, R. Trinklein, B. Poellet.
E UP AND COMING
Under Coach Pelzer the J.V. basketball team had a successful and exciting season. The members are, back row: M. Piesko, S. Chall,
R. Merton D. English, L. Rustem, M. Schiefer, L. Franklin, Coach Arthur Pelzer. Front row: M. Reif, C. Nuechterlein, J. Beyerlein,
G. Fetterman, E. Witt, D. Trinklein, Manager John Katona. Missing: Ernest Weiss.
The freshman basketball teams are as
follows, back row, Coach Marco Marcet,
T. Weber, T. Auernhammer, K. Koehler,
C. Rustem, K. Koch, K. Rummel, J. Frank-
lin, J. McElgunn, Second row: M. Street,
S. Weiss, G. Mclnerney, R. Preston, L.
Nuechterlein, G. Wilkinson, F. Bender.
Kneeling: D. Bierlein, D. Conzelmann, D.
Weiss, F. Rodammer.
" . . . we Thaf are young shall never see so
much nor live so long."
"a1imeTo search . . ."
and a time To laugh
". . . a Time of peace"
a Time To clown
"a Time To plan .. ."
MEMORIES WILL LINGER
The triumphant cheers That follow a Touchdown, The consultation between Two debaters, The sigh
of a friend with a problem, The lilting music of a dance band, The lecture of an enlightened
Teacher, The chatter in The hall during lunch hour, The chanT ot The crowd at a basketball game,
The impromptu discussion during a study period, The address ot The valedictorian, The sniffle of a
gown-clad graduate, are The group memories of four years of high school, which will linger
along with other individual ones, with each member ofthe senior class.
As graduates receive diplomas, They assume new identiTies. No longer can They claim to be high
school students. The Time has come To show that They are adults, and iT is aT This Time That The
importance of education Cand The memories and experiences associated with ith will be im-
measurable. They will have reached The poinT where decisions and responsibilities are Theirs,
and iT is Then ThaT They will remember The class plea,
"Grant us the knowledge to know what is right and courage enough To do iT."
Class Color: Navy and White
Class Flower: Long-stemmecl red rose
Class Song: "The Impossible Dream"
Class Motto: "Grant us the knowledge to
know what is right, and courage enough
to do it."
These three seniors brought distinction to
Frankenmuth High as they all were appointed
to United States Military Academies Left to
right are Bill Bradford Airforce Academy, Paul
Shippey West Point, Terry Weiss Naval Acad-
In Memory of
Posed on the giraffe in the Frankenmuth Memorial
Park are the Senior Class Officers, left to right,
Steve List, President: Mary Zehnder, Treasurer, Ann
Bender, Secretary, and Bill Bradford, Vice President.
The cast for "Belles On Their Toes" includes from left to right: Bill Zehnder, Jim Poellet, Tim Zehnder, George Frahm, Ken Kueffner
Kay Hegenauer, Christel Schillinger, Allen Poellet, Robin Cromie, Jean Wenzel, Kathy Abraham, Mike Galsterer, Oscar Jammer, Steve
List, Bill Rustem, Rick Monk, George Rummel, and Mary Zehnder. Not pictured, Sue Leidel.
SENIOR PLAY RINGS SUCCESS
Here Frank CAI Poelletl and Bill
CGeorge Frahml "admire" the swim
suits of Ernestine CRobin Cromiel,
Anne IKathy Abrahamj, and Martha
Uean Wenzelj as Mr. Hathaway
CSteve Listl looks on.
A Roaring 20's setting complete with
flappers and sheiks was the scene of the
senior class play "Belles on Their Toes"
by Frank and Ernestine Gilbreth. Under
the direction of Francis Cheslik and Barb
Rupprecht, student director, the seniors
produced, promoted, and acted in the
play which was successfully sponsored
to raise money for the class trip.
Tom KMike Galstereri shows his lamb rangoon specialty to
appreciative recipient Cousin Leora QMary Zehnderl.
For Their class Trip, The seniors decided To
Take in a few of The high spoTs of De-
TroiT. Leaving The school by chartered
buses, They arrived in DeTroiT aT IO:3O.
Traveling in small groups, The seniors
shopped aT Hudson's, aTTended The movie
"Hawaii", and aTe an inTeresTing dinner aT
The Chin Tiki resTauranT. To wind up Their
day, They wenT To a maior league base-
ball game and saw The DeTroiT Tigers
lose To The BosTon Red Sox.
Hudson's, The largesi' deparTmenT sTore in The DeTroiT area, was one
of The places which aTTracTed seniors.
The marquee of The UniTed ArtisTs TheaTre advertises "Hawaii",
The movie The seniors enioyed as part of Their class Trip.
Roxanne Au-ernhammer has a sly look on her face. IT musT
mean ThaT she and her parTner Cathy Reinert are abouT To
"euchre" Mr. Louie Weiss and Nancy Conzelmann.
Four female members of The senior class head for dinner at The Chin
Tiki resTauranT, famous for its Polynesian aTmosphere and cuisine.
Graduates and faculty members march into church at the beginning
of the Baccalaureate service.
Rev. John Deterding speaks to the members of the class of 1967, ad-
monishing them to strive for their goals and live their lives wisely.
Soloist Richard Schluckbier sings the 23rd
Psalm at Baccalaureate services.
Leading the processional into the church were Dorothy
Nuechterlein and Henry Dietzel.
AKE FINAL STEPS
Baccalaureate services tor The
l967 Frankenmuth High School
Graduating Class were held at
St. Lorenz Lutheran Church on
June fourth. The seniors listened
to an inspiring talk by Rev. John
Deterding on Their future lives.
The following Thursday Com-
mencement Exercises were held
in the high school gymnasium.
Seventeen students graduated
with honors, twenty-four received
scholarships, and three were ap-
pointed to military academies-
thus showing the caliber of the
members ot the Class of 1967.
Valedictorian Faye Bronner, and
Co-Salutatorians Kay Kaczynski
and Kathy Geyer gave impres-
sive speeches to their classmates
and the audience. Speaker for the
evening was Dr. Emil Pfister,
chairman of the Drama and
Speech Department of Central
Michigan University. Richard
Schluckbier, accompanied by
Lowell Borcherding sang The class
song "The Impossible Dream."
To climax the evening, Walter
Frahm, president of the school
board, awarded diplomas to the
Dr. Pfister makes a point as he speaks To the
Class of '67 on Commencement Evening.
Looking not quite as dignified as they did when marching into the gym, these
seniors are discussing their years at Frankenmuth High School before the Graduation
Tim Hildner,.president of the iunior class is pretty powerful when he is able to sway
other officers, Karen Koehler, vice president, foreground and Jane Fischer secretary Rose
mary Rodammer, treasurer, looks on.
JUNIOR9 FORGE DN
Graduates of 'l968, under the leadership of Tim
Hildner, president, Karen Koehler, vice president,
Jane Fischer, secretary, and Rosemary Rodammer,
treasurer, carried out a number of successful
proiects. Among these were, the annual Home-
coming Dance, a Christmas dance, bake sale, and
a most successful Krazy Karnival.
"Twilight in Tahiti" was the theme of the annual
iunior-senior prom, which was held at Zehnders'
Hotel on Saturday evening, May 27. The dinner-
dance sponsored by the iuniors was a happy
Juniors Bonn-ie Boirchard and Nancy Meyer model their Slop Day
Sophomore class officers are fleff to right! Melvin Braeutigam, vice president, Wendy Wess-
borg, secretary, Loren Rustem, president, and Lynne Weineke, treasurer.
QOPHOMOREQ STEP UPWARD
Members of the class ot T969 got into 'the
swing ot things' during the T966-67 school
year by sponsoring three activities, all ot
which were after-the-game dances.
The sophomores also showed great promise
in the field of scholarship, leadership, and
athletics, and completed a fine year at Frank-
enmuth High School, with a bright outlook
tor the tuture.
uplease Say yes," begs Wendy Wessborg of
The sophomore class conducts a meeting, left, with
their advisors Judith Maier, Carol Krug, and Roger
Tompkins, listening intently.
M. De Young
FREQHMEN LOOK FORWARD
During the first semester, the class of
i970 adiusted to high school routine, but
when second semester rolled around, the
freshmen became brave and sponsored a
successful dance. Then Chris Boesnecker
was elected Krazy Karnival Queen, and
the class was on the march. They are
looking forward to bigger and better
accomplishments in their coming years
at Frankenmuth High School.
Posing on the balance beam in the school park are officers
Chuck Rustem, president, Steve Weiss, vice-president, Carleen
Bickel treasurer, and Chris Boesenecker, secretary.
Krazy Karnival Queen Chris Boesnecker smiles
sweetly for this photograph.
These freshman boys, Tom Auernhammer, Dale CODZelm6I'lf1, and Chip
Weiss are looking for something in their lockers. Are they perhaps
searching for learning?
SENIOR CLASS ROSTER
KATHY ABRAHAM-Pep Club I, Intramurals I,
2, GAA 2, Y-teens 2, Treasurer 2, Student Coun-
cil I, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 4, Senior Class Play
4, Guidance Office Assistant 4, School Mascot 4.
RUTH ABRAHAM-Intramurals I, 2, GAA 2,
Cheerleading I, 3, 4, Pep Club I, Student Council
2, 3, 4, Secretary 4, Thumb B Student Council
Secretary-treasurer 4, Y-teens 2, Yearbook 2, 3, 4,
Co-editor 3, Editor 4, Yearbook Workshop Schol-
arship, Talent Show Ist Place 'I, School Play Stu-
dent Director 2, .Homecoming Queen 4, National
Honor Society 4, Graduating with honors. DICK
ALBERT-Football I, Basketball 2, Intramurals I, 3,
4, Chess Club 2, Euchre Club 3. ELLEN ALLAR-
DYCE-Intramurals I, 2, 3, GAA 2, 3, Knitting
Club 2, Forensics 2nd Place Local 2, Talent Show
3, 4, 2nd Place 3, Yearbook 3, 4, Yearbook Work-
shop Scholarship 3, National Honor Society 4,
Advanced Placement-Delta College 4, Who's Who
In American High Schools 4, Graduating with
honors. ROXANN AUERNHAMMER-Intramurals
I, 2, Bowling Club 2, Co-op 4. ANN BENDER
-Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4, GAA 2, 3, 4, Point
Keeper 3, Knitting Club 2, Future Nurses Club I,
2, 3, Class Secretary 3, 4, National Honor So-
ciety 3, 4, Graduating with honors. JANET
BENDER-Intramurals I, 2, 3, GAA 2, 3, Vice-
President 3, Tumbling 2, Y-teens 2, National
Honor Society 3, 4, Co-op 4, Graduating with
honors. ROBERT BENDER-Football 2, Intra-
murals 2, 3, 4, Film Watchers 2, Euchre Club
3. DAVID BICKEL-Intramurals I, 2, 3, Tum-
bling 2, Euchre Club 2, 3, Co-op 4. JAMES
BICKEL-Tractor Club 2. RONALD BICKEL-Bowl-
ing Club 2, Co-op 4. KENNETH BIERLEIN-
Auto Club 2, Radio Club 3, Co-op 4. KEN-
NETH BLOCK-Football I, 4, Intramurals 3, Band
I, 2, Euchre Club 3. WILLIAM BRADFORD-
Basketball I, 2, Golf 2, 3, 4, MVP 2, 3, 4, Co-
captain 4, Intramurals 3, 4, Chess Club I, 2, 3,
Student Council I, 2, Class Vice-president 4,
Senior Class Play 4, Yearbook 4, National Honor
Society 3, 4, Air Force Academy Nominee 4,
Graduating with honors.
FAYE BRONNER-Intramurals I, Y-teens 2, Knit-
ting Club 3, School Play 2, Debate 2, Student
Council 2, 4, Treasurer 2, National Honor So-
ciety 2, 3, 4, Co-op 4, Who's Who In American
High Schools 4, Valedictorian. NANCY CON-
ZELMANN-Intramurals I, 2, Bowling Club 2,
Euchre Club 3, Co-op 4. REBECCA CREGER-
Intramurals I, Y-teens 2, School Play I, 2, Sen-
ior 'Class Play 4, Knitting Club 3, Co-ed Cor-
respondent 4, Betty Crocker Homemakers Award
4. ROBIN CROMIE-Language Club 2, Knitting
Club 3, Senior Class Play 4, Co-op 4. BRUCE
DAENZER-Bowling Club 2, Intramurals 3, Co-op
4. BOYDEN DAVIS-. RICHARD DANKERT.
MARK DE YOUNG-Football I, 2, 3, 4, Basketball
I, Golf 3, 4, Intramurals 4, Bridge Club 2, Euchre
Club 3. ' HENRY DIETZEL-Football I, 2, 3, 4,
2nd Team All-Conference, Honorable Mention
All-Area 4, Track I, 2, 3, 4, Intramurals 3, 4,
Bowling Club 2, Euchre Club 3, Wolverine Boy's
State 3, National Honor Society 2, 3, 4, Graduat-
ing with honors. JOHN EATON-Baseball 2, 3,
Intramurals 3, Bland I, 2, 3, 4, Stage Band I,
Pep Band 4, Director 4, Solo and Ensemble Ist
Division District ancl State 3, All-State at Inter-
lochen 3, Outstanding Senior Band Award 4,
Debate I, 2, 3, 4, Debate Workshop Scholarship
3, Forensics 2, 3, National Honor Society 4, Grad-
uating with Honors. MARY ENGLEHARDT-
Intramurals 3, GAA 2, 3, Knitting Club 2, Eagle
Echo 3, Co-op 4. RALPH ENSER-Basketball
I, 2, 3, 4, Track 2, 3, Auto Club 2, 3, Co-op 4.
GEORGE FRAHM-Band I, 2, 3, 4, Stage Band I,
Solo and Ensemble 2nd Division 2, 3, 4, Pep
Band 4, All-State at lnterlochen, Bavarian Band
3, 4, French Club I, Radio Club 2, Bridge Club
3, Debate 2, 3, 4, Forensics 2, 3, 4, Senior Play
4, Graduating with Honors. MICHAEL GALSTER-
ER-Football I, Basketball I, 2, Intramurals 3, 4,
All-Star Team 4, Filmwatcher's Club 2, Senior
Class Play 4. JOELYNN GEYER-Cheerleading
I, 2, 3, Intramurals I, 2, GAA 2, Band I, Maior-
ette I, Y-Teens 2, Homecoming Court 3, Co-op 4.
KATHLEEN GEYER-Debate I, 2, 3, 4, Debate
Workshop Scholarship I, 2, Forensics I, 2, Dis-
trict I, Ist Place Local 2, Intramurals I, 2, Bowl-
ing Club I, 2, Class, Secretary 2, Library Assistant
45 Senior Play 45 Yearbook 45 National Honor
Society 45 Co-Salutatorian. ANDREA GIRARDOT
-Intramurals I, 25 Pep Club I5 Bowling Club
25 Guidance Office Assistant 3, 45 JUDY
GRUEBER-FHA 25 GAA 4. l KATHRYN GUGEL
-Intramurals I, 25 FHA 2, President 25 Co-ed
Correspondent 25 Knitting Club 35 Homecoming
Court 45 Senior Play 4. LENCHEN GUGEL-
FHA 25 Co-op 4. WAYNE GUGEL-Basketball I,
25 Golf 25 Intramurals 3, 4. KATHLEEN HAAS
-Intramurals I, 25 Pep Club I5 Bowling Club 25
Euchre Club 35 Co-op 4. WILLIAM HART-
Basketball I5 Cheerleading 25 Track 3, 45 Tropical
Fish Club 2. LINDA HAUBENSTRICKER-Pep
Club lp Intramurals 25 FHA I, 25 Knitting Club 35
Principal's Assistant 4. CHARLOTTE HEGEN-
AUER-Knitting Club 25 Euchre Club 3. KAY
HEGENAUER-Pep Club I5 GAA 25 Intramurals
I, 2, 35 Cheerleading I, 2, 3, 45 Krazy Karnival
Queen I5 Class Secretary I5 Talent Show Ist
Place 35 Senior Play 4. MARY HEINDL-GAA
2, 35 Intramurals 35 Knitting Club 25 Co-op 4.
KATHLEEN HEINE-Pep Club I5 GAA 25 Intra-
murals 25 Bowling Club 25 Yearbook I5 Senior
Play 45 Co-op 4. RANDY IRVINE-Football I, 2,
3, 4, Honorable Mention All-Area 45 Baseball 2,
3, 45 Wrestling 25 Intramurals 3, 4, All-Star Team
45 Student Council 25 Class Vice-President 35
Euchre Club 3. OSCAR JAMMER-Football 2,
3, 4, 2nd Team All-Conference Ist Team All-
Area, Honorable Mention All-State 45 Basketball
I, 2, 3, 45 Baseball I, 2, 3, 45 Track 45 Senior
Play 4. KAY KACZYNSKI-Intramurals I, 2, 35
GAA 2, 35 Band I5 Yearbook I, 2, 3, 4, Yearbook
Workshop Scholarship 35 School Play 25 National
Honor Society 3, 45 Advanced Placement-Delta
College 45 Co-Salutatorian. NORBERT KEINATH
-Auto Club 2, 35 Co-op 4. GILBERT KERN-
Tractor Club I, 2, 35 Co-op 4. CHARLOTTE
KNOLL-Knitting Club I, 25 Intramurals I, 2, 35
GAA 3, 45 Yearbook 45 Principal's Office Assistant
45 Graduating with Honors.
DENNIS KRAUSENECK-Intramurals I, 2, 35 Tum-
bling 25 Euchre Club 35 Senior Play 45 Co-op.
JOANNA KRUCKOWSKI-Band I, 2, 3, 4, Stage
Band I, 2, Pep Band 4, Outstanding Senior
Band Award 4, lnterlochen SchoIarship5 Year-
book I, 2, 3, Yearbook Workshop 'Scholarship
35 GAA 2, 35 National Honor Society 2, 3, 45
Graduating with Honors. DONNA KRUEGER-
Intramurals I, 2, 35 GAA 25 Y-Teens 25 FHA I5
School Play 25 Senior Play 45 Advanced Place-
ment-Delta College 4. KATHLEEN KRUMNAUER
-Intramurals I, 2, 3, 45 GAA 2, 3, 4, Secretary
3, President 45 Yearbook 3, 45 Co-op 4. KEN-
NETH KUEFFNER-Football 'lj Intramurals 3, 45
Euchre Club I, 35 Debate 2, 35 Senior Play 45
Yearbook 4. JOYCE LANSKROENER-GAA 2, 3:
Intramurals 35 Bowling Club 35 Knitting Club 25
Eagle Echo 35 Guidance Office Assistant 4.
MARILYN LAUBER-FHA 25 Future Nurses Club 25
Knitting Club 35 Intramurals 35 Principal's Office
Assistant 35 Guidance Office Assistant 4.
MICHAEL LAUX-Co-Op 4. ' SUZANNE LEIDEL
-Debate I, 2, 3, Debate Workshop Scholarship
25 Outstanding Freshman Homemaker I5 Knitting
Club I, 25 Student Council 3, 4, Treasurer 3, 45
School Mascot 35 National Honor Society 3, 45
Senior Play 45 Co-op 45 American Legion Citizen-
ship Award 45 Graduating with Honors. JOY
LIER-Intramurals I5 Bowling Club 2. STEPHEN
LIST-Football 3, 4, All-Conference Ist Team, All-
Area Honorable Mention 3, All-Conference 2nd
Team, All-Area Honorable Mention, All-State Hon-
orable Mention, Co-captain 45 Basketball I, 2, 3,
4, Co-captain 45 Baseball I, 2, 3, 45 Track 2, 3,
4, MVP 45 Tom Block Award 45 Debate I, 25 Year-
book 2, 35 Krazy Karnival 3, Wolverine Boy's
State 3, Student Council I, 2, 35 Class President 45
National Honor Society 2, 3, 4, President 4: Grad'
uating with honors. RICK MONK-Football I,
2, 3, 4, All-Conference Ist team, All-Area Ist
Team 45 Basketball I, 25 Track I, 2, 3, 45 Intra-
murals 3, 45 Senior Play 4.
DELORES MUEHLFELD-Knitting Club 25 Euchre
Club 35 Co-op 4. DOROTHY NUECHTERLEIN-
Bowling Club 35 Superintendent Office Assistant
45 Library Assistant 4. RUTH PARLBERG-Intra-
murals I, 25 Pep Club lp GAA 25 Tumbling 25
Student Council I5 Co-op 4. GERHARD PICKEL-
MANN-Book Discussion Club 25 Radio-Tractor
Club 25 Auto Club 35 Track 45 Intramurals 4, All-
Star Team 45 Bausch and Lomb Science Award 4.
ALLEN POELLET-Football I, 2, 3, 4, 2nd Team
All-Conference, 2nd All-Area, 2nd Team All-
State 45 Basketball I, 2, 3, 4, 2nd Team All-Con-
ference, Honorable Mention All-Area, Co-captain
4, Baseball I, 2, 3, 4, Track 4, Bowling Club I,
Euchre Club I, 2, Bridge Club 3, Senior Play 4,
Wolverine Boy's State 3. JAMES POELLET-
Football I, Basketball I, 2, 3, 4, Track 2, Class
Vice-President I, Band I, 2, Senior Play 4.
MICHAEL RAUSCH-Intramurals I, Filmwatchers
Club 2, Euchre Club 3, Co-op 4. THOMAS
RIEF-Football 2, Golf 4, Intramurals 3, 4, Bowl--
ing Club 2, Euchre Club 3. WAYNE REIF-
Basketball I, 2, Baseball I, 2, 3, 4, Track 4,
Tumbling 2, Intramurals 3, 4, All-Star Team 4,
KAREN REINBOLD-FHA 2, GAA 4. CATHER-
INE REINERT-FHA 2, Intramurals 2, Tumbling 2,
GAA 3, Library Assistant 4. DAVID REINERT-
Auto Club 2, Euchre Club 2, 3, Baseball 2, 4,
Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4. AUDREY RElSS-Intra-
murals 2, Knitting Club 3, Principal's Office As-
sistant 4. GARY RUFF-Filmwatchers Club 2,
Book Discussion 3, Science Award 4. GEORGE
RUMMEL-Basketball I, 2, 3, 4, Track 2, Band 2,
Senior Play. BARBARA RUPPRECHT-Pep Club
I, GAA 2, Intramurals I, 2, 3, Cheerleading I, 2,
3, 4, Captain I, Senior Play Student Director 4,
PrincIpal's Office Assistant 4.
WILLIAM RUSTEM-Football I, 2, 3, 4, Baseball
I, 2, 3, 4, Intramurals 3, 4, Debate I, 2, 3, 4, De-
bate Workshop Scholarship 2, Forensics I, 2,
Band I, 2, Book Discussion Club I, Student Coun-
cil I, 4, President 4, Class President 4, Wolverine
Boy's State 3, National Honor Society 2, 3, 4,
American -Legion Citizenship Award 4, Who's
Who In American High Schools 4, Graduating
with Honors. LAVERN SCHIEFER-Reading Club
2, Euchre Club 3, Intramurals 4. CHRISTEL
SCHILLINGER-Pep Club I, Bowling Club 2, lntra-'
murals 2, GAA 2, Yearbook I, School Play I, 2,
Senior Play 4, Co-op 4. LINDA SCHLEGEL-
Future Nurses Club I, Intramurals I, 2, Knitting
Club 2, Euchre Club 3, Co-op 4. DAVID SCHMITZ-
ER-Baseball 2, Intramurals 3, Euchre Club 3,
Co-op 4. DIANE SCHMITZER-Y-Teens 2,
Bowling Club 2, Intramurals 3, Library Assistant 3.
KAREN SCHMITZER-Y-Teens 2, Co-op 4. SHIR-
LEY SCHMITZER-Bowling Club I, Intramurals I,
2, GAA 2, Band I, Debate I, 2, School Play 2,
Sewing Club 3, Superintendent Office Assistant
3, Yearbook 2, 4, Senior Play 4. PAUL SHIP-
PEY-Band I, 2, 3, 4, Stage Band 2, Pep Band 4,
Forensics I, 2, Debate i, 2, 4, Engineering Work-
shop Scholarship 2, Golf 2, 3, 4, Track 4, In-
tramurals 3, Eagle Echo 3, West Point Nominee.
BETTY ULRICH-Pep Club I, Intramurals I, 2,
Tumbling 2, Knitting Club 2, Euchre Club 3,
CO-op 4. KENNETH! VEITENGUBER-Baseball 2,
3, 4, Intramurals 2, 3, 4, Filmwatchers 2, Euchre
Club 3, NANCY VOORHEIS-Pep Club I, GAA
2, Intramurals I, 2, Cheerleading I, 2, 3, 4,
Captain 4, Talent Show Ist Place 3, Krazy Karni-
val Queen 3, Library Assistant 4, Student Council
4. PATRICIA WEISS-Pep Club I, FHA I, Intra-
murals I, 2, GAA 2, Y-Teens 2, Bridge Club 3,
Principal's Office' Assistant 4. TERRY WEISS-
Football I, 2, 3, 4, All-Conference 2nd Team, All-
Area Honorable Mention, All-State Honorable
Mention 3, All-Conference Ist Team, All-Area Ist
Team, All-State Ist Team, MVP, Co-Captain 4,
Basketball I, 2, 3, 4, All-Conference Ist Team,
All-Area Ist Team, All-State Honorable Mention,
MVP 4, Baseball I, 2, 3, 4, MVP, Track I, 2, 3,
Golf 4, National Honor Society 2, 3, 4, Wolverine
Boys State 3, Student Council 3, 4, Who's Who
in American High Schools, Naval Academy Nomi-
JEAN WENZEL-Band I, 2, 4, Stage Band I, 2,
Intramurals I, 2, GAA 2, Talent Show Ist Placf
2, School Play 2, Sewing Club 3, Library Assistan.
3, Senior Play 4, School Mascot 4, Yearbook 4.
DOUGLAS WORLEY-Class President I, Class Vice-
President 2, Football I, Baseball I, 2, Ping-Pong
Champion I, 3, Tumbling I, Intramurals 2, Film-
watcher's Club 2, Secretary 2, Golf 3, Euchre
Club 3. MARY ZEHNDER-Intramurals I, 2, Pep
Club I, GAA 2, Y-Teens 2, Class Treasurer. I, 2,
3, 4, Yearbook 2, 3, 4, Yearbook Workshop Schol-
arship 3, School Play 2, Bridge Club 3, Home-
coming Court 4, Senior Play 4, National Honor
Society 4, Graduating with Honors. TIMOTHY
ZEHNDER-Football I, 2, Golf 2, 3, 4, Film-
watcher's Club 2, Intramurals 3, 4, Euchre Club
3, Yearbook 4, Senior Play 4. WILLIAM ZEHN-
DER-Football I, 2, Bridge Club 2, Euchre Club 3,
Intramurals 3, 4, Senior Play 4. DENNIS
ZUERCHER-Band I, 2, 3, 4, Pep Band 4.
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