Fraser High School - Rambler Yearbook (Fraser, MI)
- Class of 1959
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Marion Rice, Lois Stehle
Mr. Iohn Cain
Mr. Iohn Brockschmidt
William Van Zanen
Mrs. Nan E. May
With the esteem gratitude of every Senior at Fraser High, we proudly dedicate
this, the 1959 Rambler, to our class sponsor, Mr. Paul Donahue.
Admired and well ,known to every student, Mr. Donahue is more than a teacher-
he is a friend to everyone in the school. When not being engaged in one of his
many jokes, he is found going out of his way to help someone. For these kind
deeds, he will always be remembered by this, the graduating class' of '59.
Mr. Donahue has taught at Fraser High School for three years. American
history, American government, and economics are the teaching fields in which
he is presently engaged.
Mr. Donahue is a graduate of St. Joseph's High School in Detroit. Upon
graduating, he entered the University of Detroit where he emerged the possessor
of a Bachelor of Science Degree in Education.
We extend to you, Mr. Donahue, our sincere thanks for all you have accomplished
and wish you future success and happiness in all which you may attempt.
TUBE T CDU CIL
First Row, left ro right: Larry House, Larry Wondero, Delberta Schomaker, Gary Witener
George Figlioli, Dick House and Elaine Maesso. Second Row, left to right: Kathy Gerwin
Sheila Baraks, Dick Riggen, Mr. Brockschmidt Cadvisorj, Joanne Rybicki, John Crawford,
and Barbara Przybylski.
if L Larry House Larry Wondero
President Vice President
HERTHA ADLER JOHN BROCKSCHMIDT
University of Michigan, B.A. Central Michigan College, B.S. Muskegon Community College, Aguamas College, B.A.
University of Michigan, B.A. University of Detroit, M.ED.
Western Michigan Univ., M.A.
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VENUS BROWN JOHN CAIN
Northern Michigan Col., B.A. N ' Waynesburg College, B.S.
KU! LJ'lbblNUl' PATR COSGROVI: LAWKbNbl1 Czxuoonn 1 nun- uvnzusul-
Central Michigan College, B.S. Brockport Teachers Col., B.S. University of Detroit, B.S. University of Detroit, B.S
University of Michigan, M.A.
ARLENE EDDY RALPH ELLISON TATIANA GEDROVICS MARY ANN HAGLEY
Waynesburg Teachers College, Central Michigan College, B.S. Western Michigan University, Alma College, B.A.
B.S B.S., M.A.
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Eastern Michigan College,
Butler University, B.S.
Purdue University, B.S
Detroit Hillsdale College, B.S., M.A, Western Mig' n U' y
CAROLYN MCNUTT JAMES MILLER CLAYTON MODEN DONALD NELSO '
Ball State Teachers College. Western Michigan University, Ferris Institute, B.A., Central Michigan College, .S
B.S. B.S. Detroit Business Institute, B.S.
SEYMOUR OKEN ANTHONY RUSSO
Michigan State University, B.M. Eastern Michigan College, B.S.
University of Michigan, M.M.
ROBERT PATTENGALE ARCHIE STIRTON TED STRIEWSKI LEON SHILLING
Western Michigan University, Central Michigan College, Wayne State University, B.S. Western Michigan University,
B.M. University of Michigan, B.A. B.S.
OPEN THE DOOR . .
find within new friends . .
learn to know yourself . .
and know those who, like you .
have opened the door to learning
Studies first, if I have time
I'rack 1,2,3,4g Football 1
3,43 Play 3g F-Club 3,4.'
'll find a way or make one.
'ootball 2,3,4, All Bi-County
i,4, Macomb County 4, All
Ltate 2nd Team 4g Track 4g
7-Club 2,3,4g Student Council
P,4g Choir 3.
Success to those who work.
Girl's Service 2g Co-op 4.
A hole is nothing at all, but
you can break your neck in it.
Industrial Arts lg Football
Mgr. 2g Co-op 4.
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Eat, drink, and be merry but
a'on't overdo it for tomorrow
you will regret it.
Here today, gone tomorrow.
Library Club l,2,3,4g Projec-
Sleep and education don't mixg
so drop education.
Baseball l,2,3,4g Basketball
l,2,3,4g Football l,2,4g F-
Club 2,3,4g Student Council
3g Bowling 3.
Love is the next best thing to
heaven. Drama 1,29 Library
lg School Spirit lg Choir l,2g
Play 3,43 F.H.A. Pres. 45 Co-
op 3,4g Student Council 4g
lot of smiles and a lot of
ughs will get you a lot of
iends. G.A.A. 3,43 School
iirit 23 Drama 2g Co-op 4.
t's easy to be safe from a
'istance. Baseball lg Engineer-
T here's no time like the pres-
ent. Library 1.
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Parting is such sweet sorrow,
but it is soothed by the tender-
ness of reunion. Softball 2,3,4
Girls service 2g Newspaper 2
G.A.A. 35 Bowling 35 Choir 4f
Long live Rock and Roll! Don't do today what you can
put off until tomorrow.
Greater men may have lived
than I, but I doubt it.
Why come to school today,
therefs always to m o r ra w.
Drama 1,23 Cheerleading lg
Library lg Spanish lg School
Spirit 2g G.A.A. 3.
A man among men, but
mostly among women. Swim-
ming 1,25 Science 1,25 Track
3,4g Play 45 Industrial Arts 4.
Her baby smiles are for boys
to trip on. Choir 1,29 G.A.A.
4g Newspaper 4.
Experience is the best teacher,
but let the snake bite someone
else. Band 1,23 Cheerleader lg
Play 33 School Spirit 25
Drama 23 Choir 2,3,4g Co-
I AMES DIEROLF
Girls aren't everything, but
they're way ahead of what
ever is in second place. Li-
brary- Clubg Chess 2g Indus-
trial 4. f
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If you're there before it's
over, you're on time. Football
l,2g Bowling 35 Play 3g Co-
To have a friend, you must
be one. Library Club lg News-
paper 45 Choir 4g Co-op Club
4g F.H.A. 4.
I'm not afraid of work, I
can sit right next to it.
Don't kill time if you are
murdering opportunity. Science
23 Student Council 4g Moni-
Don't take life so seriouslyg
you can never get out of it
alive. F-Club 2,3,45 Engineer-
ing 25 Monitor 4.
Her tongue runs like a wheel,
one spoke after another. Li-
brary 2,35 Newspaper 3,45
G.A.A. 3,45 Play 45 Choir 45
Science 35 Student Court 3
Time is valuable when I don't
have it. Library 2,35 G.A.A.
3,45 F.H.A. 45 Choir 45 An-
A little nonsense now and
then is relished by the best
of men. Baseball l,2,3,45 Stu-
dent Council 2,35 Engineering
25 Annual 3, Editor 45 Vice
President 45 F-Club 3, Sec-
Treas. 45 Monitor 4.
The task ahead is never as
great as the power behind.
G.A.A. 3,45 Library 25 News-
paper 3,45 Engineering 3,45
Student Council 45 Annual 4.
1t's nice to be natural when
you're naturally nice. Spanish
l5 Student Council 1, Treas.
45 Play 3,45.Drama 1,25 Bowl-
ing 35 Secretary 35 Co-op 3,45
Fun is the cheapest medicine,
and the easiest to take. Choir
l,2,3, Pres. 45 Softball 2,3545
Library 2,35 Play 3,45 G.A.A.
3,45 Newspaper 3,45 F.H.A. 45
Annual 45 Speech 4.
To have a friend you must
be one. Spanish 15 Drama 1,25
School Spirit 1,25 G.A.A. 45
Silence is golden, but who
wants to be rich. Library 29
Newspaper 4g Choir 43 Co-op
4g G.A.A. 4g Annual 4.
My heart bleeds for you. Foot-
ball 1,2,3,4g Student Council 4.
Give me room-Here I come!
Student Council Treas. l,2,
Pres. 4g Vice President 33
Football 1,2,3,4g Track 1,2,-
3,4g F-Club 1,2,3,4g Base-
ball 1,2,4g B.A.A. 4.
It's not what you do, it's what
you get away with that counts.
Football l,2,3,4g Track l,2,-
3,4g F-Club 3,43 Play 3.
If you want work well done,
select a busy man, the other
kind has no time. Student
Council 1,43 Industrial Arts
Pres. Zg Student Court 3g
Track 3g Football 4g Play 4g
High school days are such
delights, but can't compare
with high school nights. Latin
lg Track 2,3,4g Engineering 2g
Football 3g Bowling 3.
Each to his own concert
Library 2g Co-op 43 Annu:
4g Choir 43 Newspaper 4.
1t's nice to be good, buf
you can't be good at least .
careful. School Spirit 25 So:
ball 2,33 Play 3g G.A.A. 3,
All that glitters is not gold.
Band 15 School Spirit 25
G.A.A 3,45 Newspaper 35
F.H.A. 3,45 Choir 4.
If at first you don't succeed,
forget about it. Drama 25
School Spirit 25 F.H.A. 35 Co-
My theory is to enjoy life,
but some teachers are against
it. Cheerleading 1,25 Drama
1,25 Softball 2,3,45 School
Spirit 25 Bowling 35 Play 3,45
G.A.A. 3,45 Treasurer 45 Co-
op 45 Newspaper 4.
Quiet to those who know her
not, jolly to those who do.
Spanish I, Sec. 25 G.A.A. 3,45
Newspaper 3,45 Annual 4.
I always find room for laugh-
ter. School Spirit 25 Drama 2
F.H.A. Treas. 35 Co-op 3,
Pres. 45 G.A.A. 4.
Did someone say study? Oh,
well! Science Club 25 Bowling
Club 35 B.A.A. 4.
If not, why not? Science Club
He has an eye for color, es-
pecially blonds, brunettes and
redheads. Basketball 25 Track
2,35 Library Club 1,2,45 En-
gineering 15 Football 45 Base-
Speech is silver, silence is
golden. Spanish l,2g Bowling
3, Band l,2,3, Sec.-Treas. 4g
G.A.A. 43 Play 4.
Where there's a will, there's a
way. Science 2,3.
If a line ran straight, he
would argue it crooked. Track
l,2,3,4g Basketball 1,2,3,4g
Class President 1,2,3,4g Li-
brary Club l,2,3,4g Library
Staff l,2g Projectionist l,2,3,4g
Debate 23 Newspaper 3g
Science Pres. 3, Treas. 49 En-
gineering Treas. 3,49 F-Club
2,3,4g Play 3,43 Annual 3,43
Student Court 3.
I like work, I could sit and
watch it all dayt
Humor makes for a sunny
Time is valuable, when I don't
Eat, drink, and be merry, for
tomorrow you may not feel
like it. Spanish lg Cheerleader
lg Library lg Drama 25 School
Spirit 25 Co-op 3,45 F.H.A. 3,
G.A.A. 4, Bowling 3, Play 1-
The subject is too deep, but I
need the sleep. Spanish lg
Softball 2,4g School Spirit 2g
l often speak, but seldom say
anything. Football Mgr. 1,2,-
3,4g Basketball Mgr. 1,2g
Drama 1,2g F-Club 2,3,4g Li-
brary 3, Choir 3,4.
Since life is short, make it
bright. Baseball 1,3.
It is better to keep in step
with yourself than the crowd.
Softball 2,4g Band l,2,3, Pres.
45 Class Secretary lg Student
Council 2,4g Cheerleader 2,3,4g
Commercial 2,43 Annual 4.
ELECTA SCHAEFER JOHN sci-:EER . . ikll
Nothing ventured, nothing Be sure you're right, then go k l Q5 l A
gained. ahead. Science Club 2. H i
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Here's to a girl with a heart
and a smile, who. makes the
bubble of life worthwhile.
Newspaper 2, 3,43 School
Spirit 23 Annual 4g G.A.A. 4g
Co-op Sec. 4.
So little, yet so fierce. Soft-
ball 2,3g Play 3,4g Debate 3
School Spirit 2, Student Coun:
cil 2g Choir 3,4.
School is a good thing, but
why run a good thing to
death. F.H.A. 3g G.A.A. 3,43
Have bag pipes, will travel.
Spanish 15 Library Club 2,3,4g
Library Staff 2,49 Projection-
ist 2,3,4g F-Club 2,3,4g Track
Mgr. 2,33 Football Mgr. 3,
Tr. 4g Engineering 3,45
Give me room, here I come.
Football 1,43 Baseball 1,39 F-
Club 4g Class Vice-Pres. 2.
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I am not going to settle down
and thereby fool no one. Play
3,4g Commercial 2, Pres. 4,
Being nice is easy, when it
comes so naturally. Drama 25
Commercial 2, Bowling 33
Play 43 Co-op 4.
Look for the silver lining.
School Spirit 29 G.A.A. 3,49
F.H.A. 3,4g Newspaper 3.
I came, I saw, I am departing.
Drama 23 Play 2,3,4g Track
2,3,4g Football 3,4.
Work hard, but always leave
time for fun. Chess Club 2.
The best years of your life
are ahead. School Spirit 25
Play 33 G.A.A. 3,43 Choir 4.
He's like the rooster, who
thinks the sun rises in the
morning just to hear him
Basketball l,2,3,45 Track 2,35
Football 2,3,45 F-Club 2,3,
Pres. 45 Student Council 25
Do all you can tomorrow,
you've made enough mistakes
today. Drama 25 School Spirit
25 F.H.A. 35 Co-op 4.
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It may not be the best way,
but the easiest way takes less
work. Library 1,45 Drafting 3.
There are other ways of get-
ting up in the world besides
hitting the ceiling. Baseball
l,2,3,45 Basketball 1,2,3,45
Track 35 Library Club 1,25
Projectionist, 1,25 Engineering
2,3,45 F-Club 3,45 Play 3,45
Annual 45 Science 3,4.
He looks safe, but so does
gunpowder. Engineering 1,25
F-Club 2,3,45 Baseball 2,3,45
Track 3,455 Play 45 B.A.A. 45
Student Council, Vice-Pres. 4.
I know a little about every-
thing, but I don't know a lot
about anything. Baseball l,2,-
3,45 Projectionist l,2,35 Bas-
ketball l,2,3,45 Track 2,3,45
Library 1,25 Engineering 2,3,
Pres. 45 Debate 25 Science 3,
Pres. 45 F-Club 2,3,45 Annual
3,45 Class Secretary 4.
Don't learn the tricks of the
trade, learn the trade. Swim-
ming 1,25 Football l,2.
Where there is a will,,there is
a way. Engineering 25 Indus-
trial Arts 4.
T 0 succeed in life you must
first do something. Com-
mercial 2g G.A.A. 2,3g Girls'
Softball 3g Co-op 4.
The following years
golden. School Spirit 2.
RENE WOJCIK NANCY LACROSS
Class Color . . . . White
Class Flower . . . . Pied Prose
Change your pleasures, but
Class Motto. L . . never change your friends.
MOST POPULAR AND
Larry and Joanne
MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED
Doug and Kathy
MOST DEVOTED COUPLE TALKATIVE
Bob and Sharon Inky and Mary
NEATEST AND BEST LOOKING BEST ALL-AROUND
Bill, Betty and Larry Rene and Audrey
my football shoes to Allen Webb.
my little black book to Bob Myers.
my noisy typewriter to Bonnie Opie.
my blonde messy hair to anyone
who can take care of it.
my ability to attend a summer school to
Philip LaCrosse. Good luck to him.
everything to myself.
my five low hurdles to the school
board of Fraser.
my ability to be true to one guy to
my nickname, "Bouncy" to Judy Coon.
my rope climbing experience to John Schober.
my shotrod to anyone, and flowers to
anyone who takes it.
my Economics book CNo. 135 to Donna
Kollmorgen and hope that she has better
luck with it than I did.
my ability to have long vacations to
my succulent tidbits of profound and esteemed
knowledge that I treasure from Fraser High
School to the underclassmen most urgently
my gym shorts to F. A.
my sense of humor to the poor soul
that doesn't have one.
all my jokes to Mr. Schilling and Mr. Crossen.
my interest in sociology to anyone who
my place in the quartet to Delberta Schomaker.
Milton Whiteaker his brother's smelt dipping
nets because they aren't good for-smelt.
my coffee cup and spoon from physics class
and my cleaning rag from drafting to
my giggly disposition to Joanne Torregrossa.
my black hair to Carol LeBeau.
my ability to dance to Arthur Murray.
my ability to play first base to Phil Jennings.
all my sweat shirts to Cheryl Bloomer.
the green hornet to India Kollmorgen.
all of my homework to anyone who wants it.
what I haven't got to someone who
doesn't want it.
my tardy slips to Judy Coon.
my'car to Pat Harris and hope she has better
luck with it than I did.
my natural curly hair to Carol Spearman.
my cat eyes to any mousey junior.
my driving ability to my brother Dennis.
my hot do track shoes to anyone able to
run the mile in 4:20.
my goatee to anyone who wants it.
my football ability to Evan Winkelman.
my scholastic ability to anyone who will
make better use of it than I did.
my laugh to Judy MacArthur "the Big M".
my seat in Mr. Donahue's Government class
to any poor soul that has to take it.
my typing letters to Linda Carter.
What you will be in '69
All star for the Detroit Lions. Cwaterboyj
Known the world over as the No. 1 playboy.
Older and maybe smarter.
Still a hot rod.
A hall guard in the United Nations Building.
President of the Board of Education.
President of the Men's Club of Fraser.
Teaching monkeys in the Detroit Zoo.
Air Line Stewardess.
A high school principal.
Buying safety pins.
Singing in the Metro.
Mechanicg tightening the nuts in peanut
brittle for Sanders.
Winning dance contests.
An old maid school teacher.
Working on my second million.
Mrs. Dean Hollifield.
One inch taller.
First woman sheriff of Macomb County.
Owner of the horse that just won the
Secretary to G. A. B.
Beating Olympic records.
Growing a beard full time.
A biology teacher.
In Alaska moving a mountain.
Working in Kresge.
Home Ec. teacher.
Name I Will-
my lost sleep to the benefit of my
homework and the knowledge gained
thereby to my next of kin.
my ability to flirt to any junior in need.
my natural black hair to Carol Wallison.
my typing ability to Nancy Trammel.
my 17 inch hair to Mark Krage.
my pencil stubs to Janet Smits.
my worn-out typing eraser to
leaves himself to any lonely girl at F.H.S.
my ability to sell magazine subscriptions '
to all my undergrad buddies.
my ability to talk constantly to Chris Landy.
my height and build to Warren Lind.
my Economics Class to who ever wants to
learn how to save money.
my ability to get out of work as much as
I can, to any over-worked Junior.
my quietness to John Weber, who needs it.
my swimming fins to Ken Lucas.
my ability to sit on Mr. Cain's desk to
anyone who can get away with it.
my head manager's job to Ralph Adkins.
my ability to be a varsity cheerleader to
the person who will take my place.
my bottle of peroxide to Joyce Heemer.
my dancing ability to any junior who wants it.
my artistic ability to Marilyn Gerwin.
my baby sitting job to Liz Mack.
my perfect non-attendance record to
my American Government notes to whoever
my bag pipes to that fine Scotsman
my car to my mother when I go in
the Air Force.
my sweaters to Gloria DeMarzio.
my ability to sew to Juanita Sutton.
my gift to gab to Karen Armstrong.
my acting ability to anyone who is
crazy enough to take it.
my '49 Merc to Al Kepsal.
my seat in choir back to the birds.
my ability to carry a tune to Richard Stade.
my chemistry book to Miss Senkin
tif she returnsj. '
all my money, what there is of it. to a
blond. She usually gets it anyhow.
my ability to play basketball to
Mr. Schilling. "Who needs it."
my government book back to the government.
this advice to all juniors, have good clean
fun in your last year at Fraser High,
but don't forget why you are there.
my everlasting youth to the freshmen girls.
my ability to catch up on sleep in school
my ability to get along with Mr.
Pattengale to Kathi King.
What you will bein '69
Growing the shortest hair in Fraser.
Rich and travelling through Europe.
Secretary to President CFae Bumblerj of the
Board of Education.
Secretary in a Life Insurance Company.
In a vine covered cottage trying to raise
about 6 kids.
No. 1 best dressed man in America.
I'll never tell.
President of the U.S.
Operating a chain of gas stations.
Mr. Atlas of '69.
Car hop at Mighions.
Vice-President of General Motors.
City Mayor. '
First girl student at West Point.
Decorating movie stars' homes.
Married and trying to contend with a
Still a grease monkey.
Waiting for the right man.
Selling Fraser booster buttons.
28 years old.
Fashion designer in Paris.
Married to a millionaire.
Official cueball shiner at Lou's.
Working on my '53 Merc.
Still going with Pat.
Studying rocks tdiamondsj.
A Hollywood photographer.
A working man.
Arthur Murray's partner.
Working at Wrigleys.
In Texas with my oil wells.
Louie and Judy
Carol and John
Dick and Janet
FLIRT AND CASSANOVA 4 .,.A 'JA,. . .,,J JJA, ZJJ A JJA, A ,
Nancy and Tim TALLEST AND SHORTEST
Sue and Duane
LONGEST AND BEST DANCERS
SHORTEST HAIR Trudy and Fig
Fred and Pat
U DERCLASSM N
with people who share your interests . . .
fmd many friends to share these years . .
and find in these halls a home away from home . . .
ACUUAINT YOURSELF . .
Vice Pres.-Tom Nicolai
Vice Pres.-I im Folkman
T reasurer-Elaine Maesso
Vice Pres.--Doug Smith
First Row, left to right: Mary Buchs, Mary Lou Allen,
Louise Allen, Sheila Baraks, Judy Coon, Pat Dixon, Judy
Cannon, Bonnie Cox. Second Row: Charlene Billips, Carol
Balch, Sharon D'Hondt, Karen Armstrong, Fred Bauer,
Bill Crum, Ed Byrne, Fred Adani. Third Row: Ted Arvant,
Ed Beaupre, Paul Dattolo, Mike Foster, Jim Albrecht, Tom
Dierwa, Jim Carter, George Clark.
First Row, left to right: Joyce Heemer, India Kollmorgen,
Kathie King, Darla Gunningham, Mary Ann Markiewicz,
Karen Meier, Pat Harris, Bonnie Opie. Second Row: Allen
Malbouef, Phil LaCross, Richard May, Joe Morgan, David
O'Bryan, Ken Lucas, Bob Goetzinger, Roger Heiser. Third
Row: Christie Landy, Joanne Oehmke, Phil Jennings, Bob
Myers, Jim Harris, Jim Nicolai, Dennis Horn, Ruth Ann
First Row, left to right: Mrs. Eddy, sponsor, Charlotte Reed,
Shirley Scripnek, Carol Saul, Janet Wendzell, Janet Smits,
Jim Pilat, Lynn Schmitz, Mr. Miller, sponsor. Second Row:
Linda Thomsen, Nancy Skubick, Karen Rorig, Charlotte
Thomas, Sandy Scopel, Dan Zalewski.
Third Kow: Jim Turner, Bob Scott, Carol Rybicki, Gary
Randall, Daryl Romatz, Jim Ryan, Juanita Sutton, Joann
Torregrossa, Joan Walerych, Mary Ellen Van Thomme.
Fourth Row: John Weber, Richard Stade, Ken Whipple,
Mike Rock, Allen Webb, Larry Strubel, Doug Smith, Tom
VandeSteene, Ed Polakowski.
First Row, left to right: Dale DeCoster, Jerry Brazelton, Ken Engelbert, Doug Dobrei. Third Row: Leslie Braekevelt,
Karen Clark, Linda Carter, Barbara Collins, Gloria Di- Don Burns, Tom Frank, Tom DeVoogd, Bill Cleghorn, Tom
Marzo, Joyce Gould. Second Row: Cheryl Bloomer, Richard Clark, Hans Borlinghaus, Vic Accivatti.
Champine, Ralph Adkins, David Brohl, Wayne Fillmore,
First Row, left to right: Lolly Manthei, Pat Neda, Pat Hays,
Barbara Markham, Vicki Klein, Judy MacArthur, Bonnie
Miller, John Kivela, Irene Hudaski. Second Row: Kathy
Kramp, Betty Malicke, Myra Lesinski, Elsie Larson, Barbara
Kusnery, Linda Lienau, Carol LeBeau, Gail Linoren,
Donna Kollmorgen. Third Row: Mike Naso, Paul LaCross,
Bob Hinz, Roger Holtzman, Tom Mikula, Bob Grunow,
Daryll Matthews, Mark Krage, Gilbert Glassford, June
Haist. Fourth Row: Lorraine Gentz, Bob Gleason, Tom
Nicolai, Joe Galiati, Dennis Kollmorgen, Jim Leone, Bill
Huyge, Sandra Michayluk, Elaine Morberg, Anna Naso.
First Row, left to right: Mr. Striewski, sponsor, Fred Smith, Lyle Roberts, John Schober, Geraldine Pastalewicz, Joyce
Barbara Przybylski, Carol Wallison, Donna Woloson, Jill Soltman, Marion Zwar, Richard Riggen, Victor Selewski.
Stewart, Janice Wood, Sandra Wise, Miss Cosgrove, Fourth Row: Bob Qualls, Dennis Trozak, Gary Whitener,
sponsor. Second Row: Carol Spearman, Betty Scott, Beverly Lowell Steffens, Dean Schoen, Don Vanier, Dean Witt,
Webb, Roy Pries, Sandra Randall, Virginia Powers, Nancy Norman Schneider, Ron Rybicki,-' Shirley Windhorst.
Sossi, Suzanne Perkins. Third Row: Jerry Slota, Ron Wilson,
First Row, left to right: Carol Boettcher, Gordon Arbitter, Dennis DeCoster, Danny Brazelton,
Shirley Beveridge, Marilyn Gerwin, Karen Dellinger. Second Row: Carol Brzoska, Dennis
Buss, Beverly Gahlau, Betty Glass, Fay Fournier, Mary Ann Bryzclak, Joan Bolton. Third Row:
Judy Galiati, Sally Davis, Carol Baker, Peggy Fordyce, Wanda Champine, Wendy Campbell,
Gay Chandler, Sharon Bretz. Fourth Row: Carol Gares, Arthur Bond, Gilbert Foster, Ken
Dablestein, David Buss, Darryl Bostow, Dennis Daly, John Crawford, Judy Glass.
First Row, left to right: Kay Neven, Liz Mack, Kay Keczmer, Julie King, Linda Nesje, Linda
Kollmorgen, Kathy Niemczyk, Warren Lind. Second Row: Mary Laney, Sheila Lehr, Suzanne
Markiewicz, Lorraine Nieman, Margaret Leone, Dick Heemer, Jerry Hilliker. Third Row:
Bill Michaels, Allen Kepsel, George Karsten, Pat Neilson, Elaine Maesso, Judy Larson,
Andrew Johnston, Louis Johnston. Fourth Row: George Leonard, Tom King, Roger Jennings,
Gerald Horn, Bob Lesnau, Allen Heier, Jim Oehmke, Danny Keczmer, Doug Moore, Wayne
First Row, left to right: Mr. Kennedy, sponsor, Linda
Westphal, Paula Studebaker, Diane Skowronek, Sandra
Stade, Linda Stroup, Darlene Scheer, Ruth Querbach,
Miss McNutt, sponsor. Second Row: Bob Rewoldt, Bob
Vandenabeele, Virginia Sonne, Pat Turner, Bob Walker,
Ronald Sauer, Bill Rogers, Karen Stovel, Carmen Tuz-
zolino, Paul Probst. Third Row: Joe Warner, Joe
Torregrossa, Mary Lou Pallaschke, Rosemary Perry,
Phil Stabile, Erlyn Upleger, Jim Walker, Richard Plumb,
Mike Tozer. Fourth Row: Ron Watson, Bill Vande-
Veegaete, Pat Vermander, Evan Winkleman, Dave
Trambly, Tom Sayer, Sharon Wilson, Frances Van
Thomme, Tyler Upleger, Chuck Rock.
Snap shots of the annual
Sadie Hawkins dance given
by the Juniors on November
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ENIUY YOURSELF . . .
participate in extra-curricular activities .
dance . . . cheer the team on to victory . . . have fun. .
provide your own entertainment . . . enjoy what is offered
relax . . . and learn that the time after classes is also a
time for learning . .
The Art Ad Club composed
of Junior High students, is one
of the busiest clubs in our school.
By painting advertisements and
making posters for various school
activities they obtained money to
sponsor club trips.
Left to Right: Sandra Moore, Mary Zupan, Mr. Striewski, Sponsorg Pat
Turner, Donna Heig, Jim Scott, Pam Steffens, Pat Dixon, Sheila Hays,
The Jets Club was
formed to stimulate
interest in engineering
among high school stu-
dents. For those who
have at least a fair apti-
tude for mathematical
subjects, it offers oppor-
tunities to prepare for an
engineering c a r e e r. It
promotes and encourages
good scholarships and
proficiency in high
school subjects as pre-
requisites for college en-
Left to Right: Rene Wojcik, Dennis Wood, Tom Mikula, Doug Mullin,
Mr. Crossen, advisor, Bill Sommerville, and Kathy Gerwin.
Staff Heads planning
lay out of future yearbook
First row, left to right: Audrey
Schrade, Dick House, Art Editor,
Larry Girling, Editor, Mr. Bredin,
Sponsor, Doug Mullin, Business Man-
ager, Sharon Folland, Barbara Grose.
Second Row: Sally Hack, Joyce Solt-
man, Joanne Torregrossa, Timothy
DeLise, Bill Sommerville, Juanita Sut-
ton,. Carol Rybicki, Nancy Sossi,
Sheila Baraks. Third Row: Lynne
Schmitz, Nancy Trammel, Marilyn
Lehmann. Donna Woloson, Dennis
Wood, Elsie Larson, Kay Keczmer,
Here we see the business committee
busy at work planning the financing
of the yearbook.
LIBP1 RY CLUB
Ist Row: Henry Brohl, Marion Zwar, Elsie Larson, Doug Mullin, Bill Sommerville, Jill
Stewart, Mrs. Gedrovics, Sponsor, Tom Van de Steen. 2nd Row: Victor Selewski, Bob
Beveridge, Karen Clark, Pat Neda, Judy Larson, Barbara Markham, Nancy Skubick, Gail
Lindgren, Sandy Johnston. 3rd Row: Bob Meyers, Allan Webb, Phil Jennings, Dennis
Kollmorgen, Frances Van Thomme, David Patterson.
Doug Mullin-Vice President Bill Sommerville- President
Jill Stewart-Secretary Elsie Larson--Treasurer
The Fraser High School Library Club, under the
sponsorship of Mrs.'Tatiana Gedrovics, has been
very busy planning many worthwhile activities this
school year. To start the year off, the club partook
in a hayride. For Thanksgiving, all the members
contributed food and the club was able to take two
large baskets of food to needy families in this area.
The same project was undertaken for Christmas and
a Christmas party was added to the events. The
club had a successful year due to the fact that the
purpose of the club is to bring happiness to others
while enjoying themselves at the same time.
First row, left to right: Barbara Grose, Bonnie Opie, Karen Ehresman, Shirlee Scripnek,
Kathy Gerwin, Miss Cosgrove, Sponsor. Second row: Charlotte Reed, Sharon Folland,
Elsie Larson, Charlotte Thomas, Sally Hack, Patricia Harris, Marilyn Lehman. Third row:
Audrey Schrade, Judith Tench, Virginia Powers, Joane Torregrossa, Mary Ann Markewicz,
Janet Smits, Diane Ferdig.
Left to right: Audrey Schrade, i
Sharon Folland, Pat Harris, Miss
Cosgrove, Marilyn Lehman.
First Row, Left to Right: Myrna Redlawski, Deanna Chap-
man, Judy Groth,' Bonnie Burtle, Chris Michalowicz, Sue
Lawson, Second Row: Audrey Schrade, Mary Tuzzolino,
Donna Horn, Janet Deming, Betty Greer, Marilyn Lehmann,
Karen Ehresman, Carol Beier. Third Row: Marge Mand-
ziara, Fae Bumler, Charlene Billips, Ruth Ann Oplinger,
Kay Sibley, Nancy LaCross, Beverley Morgen, Judy Zupan,
Sally Hack. Fourth Row: Brad Jennings, Bob Beltz, Paul
Dattolo, Roger Devolder, Jim Harris, Phil LaCross, Allen
Trin Ronny Gomnett
The Cooperative Club of Fraser High School consists
of those persons who have been granted work stations and
those who have qualified for this program and for whom
placement and work stations have not yet been obtained.
These students attend school and also obtain valuable
experiences in working at various occupations through-
out the community and Metropolitan Detroit. There
are three components to the cooperative program: office,
retailing, trade and industry. At present, we do not have
a trade and industry program, but plans are being made to
initiate this program for those students who are interested
This year is the first year that we have had retailing
students as members of our program and our club. These
students are assigned to pre-retailing class and if they
qualify and so desire, they will continue into an advanced
retailing class next year which will include instruction and
practice in advertising, merchandise, fashions and color
line and design. The members of the pre-retailing class have
invaluable experience of running a school store in which
they sell a limited line of jewelry, school supplies, class
pins, emblems and clothing. The students of the class do all
of their own buying, selling, advertising, and bookkeeping
for the store.
It pleases us to announce that all of last years members
of the cooperative club were placed on jobs by the end of
September at the beginning of this school year. Although
not all of our present members are placed, we have a good
per cent of our club obtaining experiences in the following
type of work training stations: Principals office, Cady Ele-
mentary School, Board of Education office, Fraser Ele-
mentary School, Library office, Fraser High School, Na-
tional Bank of Detroit, Commercial State Bank of Roseville,
Matthew, Nank and Bruff, Attorneys, Food Fair Super
Market, Atlantic and Pacific Tea Company, Frozen Food
Company of Utica, Kresge Store, Fraser Super Market,
Steelson Tool and Die. All of our students who are inter-
ested will have the opportunity to earn their rating on the
United States Civil Service clerical and stenographic test
given at the high school.
Despite the seemingly full schedule not counting their
working assignments our members manage to find time
to contribute to their school through activity in other
organizations as well. The students who have not been
placed thus far, have been most beneficial in help the
administration and staff with the multitude of paper work
that comes over their desks each day. The members also
are able to keep the cooperative club an active, educational
and social instrument. Several of our members attend the
Delegates Congress at St. Mary's Lake, at which Fae
Bumler and Bob Beltz were candidates for state offices.
The entire group of 37 is looking forward to attending
the Annual Convention at Western Michigan College at
Kalamazoo. The membership had the pleasure of touring
Michigan State University's Business Educational depart-
ment. We are in the process of planning for our Annual
Banquet at which we host our employers and express our
appreciation to them for the opportunities they have pro-
vided for us. We are achieving the means for the banquet,
held in the spring of each year by various bake sales, a
variety show, and a small profit from the school store.
First Row, left to right: Pat Schurig, Barbara Grose, Sharon Folland, Sally Hack, Gloria
Kozdron, Marilyn Lehmann, Donna Horn. Second Row: Karen Ehresman, Sharon Trozak,
Miss McNutt, Sponsor, Karen Garwood, Gail Werner. Third Row: Fay Fournier, Sandra
Randall, Jill Stewart, Peggy Fordyce, Judy MacArthur, Carol Spearman, Barbara Przybylski,
Lynne Schmitz. Fourth Row: Sheila Baraks, Linda Carter, Nancy Sossi, Louise Allen,
Shirley Beveridge. Fiflh Row: Carol Balch, Elaine Morberg, Joann Torregrossa, Cheryl
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Standing, left to right: Mike Tozer, Bill Michael, Nancy
Skubick, Secretary, Christy Landy, Charlotte Thomas,
Darrel Bostow, Pat Turner, Richard Plumb, Karin Rorig,
Darla Gunningham, Mr. Kennedy, Advisor, Rene Wojcik
President, Dennis Wood, Vice-President, Doug Mullin
Treasurer, Carol Gares, Fred Krage, Judy Larson, Mark
Krage, Tom Nicolai. Sitting? John Schober, Karen Clark
Shirley Beveridge, Kathy Kramp, Mary Ellen VanThomme
Gay Chandler, Liz Mack, Pat Neda, Elsie Larson.
First Row, left to right: Karen Clark, India
Kollmorgen, Pat Dixon. Second Row:
Sharon Folland, Mr. LaPointe. Advisor,
Elaine Maesso. Third Row: Jim Pilat, Allen
The Speech Club is one of the newly
formed clubs of our school. It is com-
posed of those students who are inter-
ested in furthering their interests in
Girl ' Athletic Association
Girls' Athletic Association, under the sponsorship of Miss Patricia Hite, has two main
purposes: having fun and encouraging good sportsmanship. The girls meet weekly to participate
in various sports and activities. During the course of the year, the girls sold Christmas
corsages to raise money for future needs. Many awards were given according to the interest
shown in the club by members.
First Row, Left to Right: Karen Garwood, Barbara Grose, Kathy Gerwin, Marilyn Lehmann,
Sally Hack, Julie King, Karen Dellinger, Shirlee Scripnekg Kathi King, Joyce Heemerg Bonnie
Cox, Carol Spearman.
Second Row: Lynne Schmitz. Darlene Johnson, Sharon Trozak, Gail Werner, Judy Galiati,
Mary Ann Bryzelak, Kay Keczmer, Wanda Champine, Wendy Campbell, Joan Bolton, Pat
Hays, Sharon Folland.
Third Row: Karen Meier, Cheryl Bloomer, India Kollmorgen, June Haist, Joyce Soltman,
Mary Ellen Van Thommeg Barbara Przybylski, Judy MacArthur, Elaine Morberg, Carol
Balch, Kathleen Kramp.
Fourth Row: Janet Wendzell, Janet Smits, Linda Thomsen, Donna Kollmorgen, Shirley
Beveridge, Margaret Leone, Myra Lesinski, Sharon Bretz, Dale DeCoster, Betty Malicke,
Barbara Markham, Linda Lienau, Carol Le Beau, Diane Ferdig, Barbara Collins, Virginia
Fifth Row: Donna Woloson, Christie Landy, Carol Brzoska, Janice Wood, Betty Scott, Dolly
Manthei, Sandra Wise, Mary Lou Pallaschke.
Sixth Row: Sheila Baraks, Joanne Rybicki, Nancy Skubick, Sandra Michayluk, Joan Walerych,
Kay Sibley, Gloria Kozdron, Louise Allen, Juanita Sutton, Peggy Fordyce, Bonnie Burtle,
Seventh Row: Judy Coon, Joyce Gould, Delberta Schomaker, Heather McCracken, Linda
Carter, Nancy Sossi, Joanne Torregrossa, Carol Rybicki, Darla Gunningham, Karin Rorig,
Sandra Scopel, Pat Dixon. Ruth Ann Oplinger, Judy Groth, Sandra Randall.
PBUIECTIU I T
The projectionist club is an active
club in which the responsibility of
showing movies is taken off the
teachers and given to the students. The
students are, in one way, furthering
their knowledge and in another way
helping the school.
Kneeling: Dennis Wood, David Patterson. Standing: Dennis Koll-
morgen, Rene Wojcik, Henry Brohl, Bob Beveridge, Doug Mullin,
David O'Bryan, Vic Selewski, John Schober, Bill Sommerville, Bob
Myers, Allen Webb, Tom Dierwa, Phil Jennings.
AN I H
?Como esta usted? is
often heard while walking
down the halls of Fraser.
These words are uttered
by the members of the Pan
American Club who are
studying and enjoying the
ways of the Southern
Spanish speaking coun-
tries. They went on many
field trips and had many
enjoyable club functions.
First Row, left to right: Elaine Maesso, Pat Dixon, Carol Gares, Cheryl Bloomer. Second
Row: Jim Folkman, Louis Johnston, Evan Winkleman, Larry Hilton. Third Row: Liz
Mack, Karen Clark, Nancy Skubick, Kathleen Kramp, Virginia Sonne.
Members of the band: Joanne Rybicki, Presidentg Tom
Mikula, Vice-Presidentg Heather McCracken, Secretary-
Treasurerg Kathy Heemer, Junior High Representativeg
Sandra Napior, Junior High Representativeg Cheryl Farmer,
Janet Storks, Joanne Van Thomme, Gorden Arbitter, Carol
Brzoska, Sally Hartley, David Patterson, Richard Plumb,
Ronald Rybicki, Toni Schmitz, Gary Schoeny, Tim Skubick,
Pat Turner, Marion Zwar, Susan Koppin, Ronald Adams,
FRA R HIGH
Marjorie Oehmke, Virginia Sonne, Walter Burke, Edwin
Beaupre, Ted Arvant, Richard Heemer, David McAdams,
Allan Malbouef, Howard May, Michael West, Dan Kecz-
mer, Tom King, ,Paul Kozdron, David Lykens, John Craw-
ford, John Foster, Kenneth Leonard, Ronald Brink, Tom
Dierwa, Robert Dyer, James Turner, Robert Gleason, Mike
Markiewicz, Shirley Windhorst.
CHUUL BA D
The band is one of the busiest
organizations in the school. This
year they played at many of our
football games. They gave a pan-
cake supper to raise money for
uniforms and succeeded in this
effort. They also gave two con-
certs for the enjoyment of the
students and parents of Fraser.
However, it was not all work. For
their enjoyment they took time
out to attend the Detroit
Above we see the school quartet:
Left to right, Sharon Folland, Pat
Schurig, Janet Deming and Nancy
First Row, Left to Right: Mr. Pattengale, Director,
Nancy Skubick, Joanne Torregrossa, Bonnie Miller,
Karen Meier, Judy MacArthur, Cheryl Bloomer, Judy
Coon, Delberta Schomaker, Donna Woloson, Barbara
Markham, Karen Ehresman, Ruth Oplinger, Bob Gru-
now, Richard Riggen, Pat Schurig, Lynne Schmitz,
Sharon Folland, Linda Lienau. Second Roiv: Mary
Ellen Van Thomme, Karin Rorig, Linda Nesje, Barb
Grose, India Kollmorgen, Judy Cannon, Marge Mand-
ziara, Gail Werner, Gloria DiMarzo, Sheila Baraks,
Gay Chandler, Kathy Niemczyk, Kathy King, Darrel
Bostow, John Weber, Joyce Heemer, Shirley Scripnek,
Pat Hayes, Darlene Johnson. Third Row: Frances Van
Thomme, Betty Malicke, Karen Garwood, Pat Neda,
Judy Groth, Bonnie Opie, Charlene Billips, Geraldine
Pastalewicz, Joan Walerych, Gloria Kozdron, Carol
Rybicki, Sally Hack, Darla Gunningham, Carol Balch,
Lowell Steffens, Duane Whiteaker, Wilbur Humphries,
Donna Kollmorgen, Deanna Chapman, Anna Naso.
Sitting, left to right: Judy Tench, Marion Zwar, India Kollmorgen, Joyce Soltman, Janet
Wendzell, Joanne Rybicki, Pat Neda. Standing: Nancy Trammel, Carol-Rybicki, Ruth Ann
I DU TRIAL ART CLUB
Above we see the members of the Industrial Arts Club. First Row, left to right: Rex Balch,
Tom DeVoogd, Mr. Hartsig. Advisor, Ken Whipple, Bill Sommerville. Second Row: Jim
Carter, Tim DeLise, Gary Anderson, Jim Zions, Bob Qualls. Third Row: Bill Crum, Louis
Walczak, and Jim Dierolf.
This club gives the students a better understanding of industry and its functions, an
opportunity to see the different jobs available, and the training necessary for jobs in industry.
Oh great ZUGLEBUB!
ARF - ARF
Give us our duly deserved applause,
Ladies and Gentlemen.
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Thursday night cast: Judy Tench, Doug
Mullin, Fae Bumler, Dennis Wood, Bev
Morgan, Larry Wondero,-Dick House,
Mary Tuzzolino, Pat Schurig, Heather
Friday night cast: Nancy LaCross,
Tim DeLise, Fae Bumler, Heather
McCracken, Duane Whiteaker, Bev
Morgan, Lou Walczak, Dick House,
Betty Greer, Sharon Folland.
"Mrs. Aldrich ! !
Why, she has fainted!
You are a Dog!
Sponsored by Mr. E1-
First Row, left to right: Paul LaCross, Roland Fillmore, Phil LaCross, Dennis Wood,
Larry Wondero, Fred Adani. Ken Lucas, Ralph Adkins, Mr. Lusk, Advisor. Second
Row: Brad Jennings, Bill Sommerville, Phil Jennings, Bob Myers, Ken Whipple. Doug
Dobrei, Jim Albrecht, Doug Smith, Rene Wojcik, Lary House, Vice-President, Doug
Mullin. Third Row: Dick Brower. Larry Girling, Sec.-Treas., Bill Huyge, Gary Ander-
son, Rex Balch, Tom DeVoogd, Larry Strubel, Wilbur Humphries. Duane Whiteaker,
President, Richard Riggen, Wayne Fillmore, Victor Accivatti, Bob Warner, Louis
The purpose of the
"F" Club is to promote
sports and good sports-
manship in Fraser High
School. Any boy who has
earned a varsity letter is
eligible for membership
in the club. The club
sponsored their annual
WPA dance, and as usual
it was a great success.
lison, the Boyas Club is in
its first year. It uses the
gym and its facilities for
athletic purposes and it
gives all boys, who might
not otherwise have the
opportunity to do so, a
chance to work out in
the gym. Among the
club's activities were a
car wash and a dance.
First Row, left to right: Mike Naso, Larry Wondero, Harold Rak, Danny Keczmer,
Lyle Roberts, Mike Tozer, Vic Accivatti, Louis Walczak, Roy Preihs. Second Row:
Bob Grunow, Fred Adani, David O'Bryan, Wayne Fillmore, Richard Riggen, Vince
Incammisa, Bob Gleason, Tom Nicolai, Bob Qualls, Chuck Rock. Third Row: Bill
Matthews, Bob Goetzinger, Roland Fillmore, Mike Rock. Wilbur Humphries, Larry
House, Doug Smith, Bob Meyers, Phil Jennings, Rex Balch, Gary Anderson, Lowell
Steffens, Tom Sayer.
The 1958-59 Homecoming game
between Fraser and Utica took place
at Mt. Clemens Stadium on October
24. Our Ramblers were held to a 7-7
tie on a wet and soggy field. The
downpour of rain postponed the selec-
tion of our queen until after the game,
when in our new gym Joanne Rybicki
was crowned queen by co-captains
Dick Brower and Larry House. Joanne
and her court reigned over the dance.
CHEEHLE D R
Donna Ioan Jan
Sheila Del Judy
Sheila Baraks Delberta Schomaker
Judy Coon Donna Woloson
Iunior Class Pla
Sitting, Front: Delberta Schomaker, Student Director, Joan Torregrossa, Ed Byrne, Jim
Turner, Ed Beaupre. Dan Zalewski, Carol Balch. Sitting, Back: Jim Albrecht, Dick Stade,
Allen Webb, Doug Smith. Standing, left to right: Kathi King, Nancy Skubick, Karen Meier,
Louise Allen, Phil Jennings, India Kollmorgen, John Weber, Janet Wendzell, Bob Myers.
Karen Andre-Pat Dixon
Dr. Kirkland-Jim Albrecht ,
Mrs. John Hutchins-Nancy Skubick
Homer Van F leet-Dan Zelewski
Elmer Sweeney-Doug Smith
Nancy Lee Faulkner-Louise Allen, Karen
Magda Svewson-Sheila Baraks
John Graham Whitfield-Phil Jennings
Jane Chandler-Chris Landy
Sigurd Junquist-John Weber
Larry Regan-Ed Beaupre
Roberta Van Rensselaer-Joan Torregrossa,
Prison Matron-Carol Balch
Judge Heath-Allen Webb
D. A. Flint-Ed Brynes
His Secretary-Janet Wendzell
Defense Attorney Stevens-Bob Myers
His Secretary-India Kollmorgen
on the gridiron . . .
on the hardwood . . . on the diamond . . .
on the cinders . . . or . . . iust sit in the
stands and cheer for the team . .
Rex Balch Larry House Bob Warner
End Co-captain Tackle
1958 - 59
Dick , Brower
This year Dick Brower, one of the greatest football
players to attend Fraser High, brought fame and
honor to our high school and himself by being
selected on the All-State second team. This is the
highest honor ever attained by a Fraser athlete.
Some of Dick's other achievements were: All Bi-
County two yearsg All Macomb County two yearsg
and a varsity letter in football three years. We
salute you, Dick Brower, athlete of the year.
Paul LaCross Phil LaCross
H alfback F ullback
Fight for a rebound!
Time out for a word of advice!
Around and in for a lay-up!
Watch out boys,
here I come!
Front row left to right: Bill Vande
Veegate, Wayne Fillmore, Dennis
Kollmorgen, Doug Dobrei, Ronnie
Rybicki, and Ken Englebert.
Buck row, left to right: Paul La Crosse,
Dan Keczmer, Norman Schneider,
Tom DeVoogd, Dean Schoen, Nor-
man McClennen, Ed Schultz, Richard
Riggen, and Mr. Nelson, Coach.
Forward C 0-captam
Fraser 50 2' Fraser
L'anse Creuse 43 Lakeview
Fraser 43 Fraser
Utica 67 South Lake
Fraser 42 Fraser
Center Line 61 Utica
Fraser 42 Fraser
Lake Shore 55 Center Line
Lutheran East Lake Shore
Algonac J Warren
L'anse Creuse Lakeview
Warren South Lake
Larry House Rex Balch
Bi-County Record Season Record
Won Lost Won Lost
Above we see our Varsity Basketball
Team for the 58-59 season. Left to
right: Dennis Wood, Rene Wojcik,
Duane Whiteaker, Rolland Fillmore,
Fred Adani, Rex Balch, Larry House,
Phil Jennings, Bob Myers, Doug
Mullin, Ken Whipple, Bill Huyge,
Mgr., Dick House, Mgr., Lyle Roberts,
I hope that photographer
takes that picture, soon.
It must be there,
I just saw it a minute ago.
Above are the returning veterans from the varsity of last year. The team this year
is coached by Mr. Lusk. The boys are looking forward to a successful season in
the Bi-County League.
Sitting left to right: Doug Dobrei, Fred Adani, Roland Fillmore, Rene Wojcik,
Rex Balch, Mr. Lusk, Coach.
Standing: Joe Morgen, Mgr. Harold Schutt, Doug Smith, Larry Girling.
Back Row: Wayne Fillmore, Larry Wondero, and Bob Warner.
Above we see the boys who earned letters in track last year. Coach Jim Miller
finds himself faced with a big rebuilding task after graduation took a large portion
of the team. We are sure the boys will try their best to bring the track trophy to
Sitting left to right: Phil Jennings, Coach Jim Miller, Larry House.
Second row, standing: Rene Wojcik, Doug Smith, Will Humphries, Bob Myers,
Third row, standing: Paul Lacross, Ken Lucas, Phil Lacross.
First Row, Left to Right: Pat Harris, Barbara Pyzybylski, Miss Hite, Coach, Janice Wood,
Laurel Manthei. Second Row: Nancy Trammel, June Haist, Sharon Folland, Judy Coon,
Donna Woloson, Pat Schurig. Third Row: Deanna Chapman, Nancy LaCross, Donna
Kollmorgen, Judy Zupan, Sheila Baraks. Fourth Row: Joyce Soltman, Carol Rybicki,
First Row: Wanda Champine,
Janet Wendzell, Linda Carter.
Second Row: Barbara Grose,
Joyce Gould, Marilyn Gerwin,
Pat Neda, Kathy Niemczyk, San-
dra Wise, Lynn Schmitz. Third
Row: Virginia Sonne, Julie King,
Judy MacArthur, Bonnie Miller,
Carol Spearman, Jill Stewart, Pat
Turner. Fourth Row: Betty Ma-
licke, Sandra Stade, Shirley Bev-
eridge, Frances Van Thomme,
Barbara Markham, Mary Ann
Bryzelak, Shirley Scripnek. Fifth
Row: Elaine Maesso, Margret
Leone, Delberta Schomaker,
Elaine Morberg, Judy Larson,
Nancy Sossi, Carol Balch, Kathy
King. Sixth Row: Juanita Sutton,
Joanne Torregrossa, Kay Sibley,
Sandra Michayluk, Joanne Ry-
bicki, Carol Gares, Ruth Ann
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structure of education, we give our sincere thanks. It would be impossible to
maintain our school and portray its many phases through The Rambler 1959
without their constant interest and support.
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School of Aviation GARFIEI-D GARAGE
BUMPING - PAINTING
Fraser Michigan Fraser, MlChi9af1
We Recommend DU PONT
Body and Fender Repairs - Expert Refinishing
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ke to meet
"live been Watching all evening how pleasant and charm-
ing she is to everyone. l'm told her name is Betty, and
she works for the telephone company."
Yes, Betty, through her day-to-day training on her
telephone job, has gained poise and confidence-real
assets to an attractive, winning personality.
When she started her job, Betty had no experience
in telephone Work. But she was trained with other be-
ginners by Michigan Bell's friendly, understanding super-
visors. Today Betty's proud of her workg enjoys a fine
salary, regular wage increases, and many new friends.
What more could any girl ask in a job? Get in touch
with us-perhaps you'll find there's one of those
interesting telephone jobs for you.
A Good Place to Work
MICHIGAN BELL TELEPHONE COMPANY
T O N Y 8. B O B'S
"lf You Can't Stop, Smile As You Go By"
18296 E. 13 MILE ROAD
Corner Garfield 81 Utica Road
Macomb Machine Co.
31020 Utica Road
"Tool Specialists Since 1934"
2444! 7mma! Www
Roseville St. Clair Shores
Fred H. Kaul - Roy J. Kaul
A R T C O, Inc. ARTCO PLASTICS
31985 Groesbeck Highway 31985 Groesbegk Highway
Fraser Michigan PR. 1-2400 Fraser, Michigan
15 - Garfield Gulf Service
Russell R. Browne Jr.
Russ Browne Sign Service
Norcross Greeting Cards
16649 14 Mile Road
WEBB DRUG CO.
Ben Franklin 5-1.00 Store
32550 Garfield Ave.
24 Hour Wrecker Service
Brake Service - Repairs
31800 Groesbeck PRescott 7-0143
M-97 8a Utica Rd.
Phone PRescott 7-9155
FRASER OIL COMPANY
Wholesale 84 Retail
31551 Groesbeck Highway
31795 Groesbeck Highway
Manufacturer of Fishing Tackle
Casting, Spinning, Trolling, Fly
Baits and Lures
Concrete Products, Inc
WILL 82 SCIIWAIIZKIIFF
233 N. Gratiot
Mt. Clemens, Michigan
Horseback Riding Hayrides
Horses Boarded - Sold - Bought
13475 River Road Utica, Mich.
C. W. Bennett, Realtor
34195 Utica Road, Fraser
MITCHELL BUICK SALES
165 N. Gratiot
RAMMLER GOLF CLUB
38180 ufica Road
Mt. Clemens, Michigan
HO. 8-4567 FINE FOOD COCKTAIL BAR
Delicious Chicken Dinners and
Fish and Chips To Go
Tullyburgers 8: Hamburgers
Fast service for the working man
35004 Moravian Fraser
Fred Reinhard, Plumbing
Heating, Repairs, Alterations, and new work
PR 1-3347 PR 74464
Van Zanen and Son, Inc.
"l.UMBER IS OUR BUSINESS"
The State Bank of Fraser
Always ready io serve all your needs
All checking and Savings Accounts Insured Up To 510,000.00
MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION
Fraser, Michigan Prescoh 7-2700
LARRY'Sy SHELL SERVICE
"Service is Our Business"
Garfield at Penrod
24 Hour Wrecker Service
Little Acres Hardware
Water Softeners and Salts
36578 Moravian Dr. at Garfield
C 8. C HEATING INC.
Coal and Oil Air Conditioned Furnaces
Sheet Metal Work
29440 Groesbeck Hwy. Roseville, Michigan
Steffens Garage 8. Service
I4 Mile and Utica Fraser, Michigan
Mt. Clemens, Michigan
Kraatz Flowers and Gifts
Remember Your Sweetheart With A Posey,
We Have Them For Every Occasion.
IOI Groesbeck Hwy. Mt. Clemens, Mich.
HOward 3-8688 - 3-8689
FRASER SUPER MARKET
Choice Meats, Groceries
Fresh Fruits 81 Vegetables
32064 Utica Rd. Fraser, Mich.
2l ll WOODWARD AVE.
"Your official school photographers"
Compliments of Congressman
JAMES G. O'HARA
32909 Utica Rd. Fraser, Michigan
MILLER BROS. CO.
Fine Class Rings, Announcements
ROBERT H. DEWSBURY
9336 Sioux Detroit 39, Michigan
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f NoRA's BEAUTY SHOP KARGOI- CLEANERS
I . "Tops for Quality"
35327 Utica Road Fraser 32540 Utica Road Fraser
HO' 8-8497 PR. 6-7665
Dr. Edward C. Tews -IES-CAL C0- I
OPTOMETRIST ' ' '
16649 , 14 Mile Road Fraser '31 485 Groesbeck Fraser, Michigan I
PR. 2-6198 PR- 7-4800
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