New Haven High School - Rocket Yearbook (New Haven, MI)
- Class of 1957
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To our Mothers and Fathers-- whose interests have been in the
improvement of our 1ives-- whose love and encouragement have
been inspirational and whose never ending sacrifices have made
possible these four years of high school--we respectfully dedicate
"The Rocket" of 1957.
George Neely, Secretaryg Theodore Matthews, Presidentg Robert Schindler, Trustee, Edward Siefer, Superin
tendentg Arthur Teschler, Trustee: Frank Lemmon. Treasurer, Dorothy Hewelt.
The present board of education has been an active group. Together with the super-
intendent they have planned new facilities, for the children of this school district and
have seen their plans materialize. In the past two years we have seen eight new ele-
mentary rooms, a new gymnasium-auditorium, a new shop, science and home econo-
mics rooms, a new cateteria, and a new bus garage built and equipped. This has been
no easy task and it is to the board of education and the superintendents credit that
these forward-looking plans have been completed.
They are not resting however, for there is much to be done. With the increasing
population of this area, many problems will arise and judging from past actions, the
people of this community can be assured the problems will be taken care of in the
best way possible.
New Haven High School is accredited by the University of Michigan and is also
a Michigan College Agreement School. The students can choose from a wide variety
of subjects and have some of the finest instructors available teaching them.
Superintendent, Mr. Siefert, Secretariesg Mrs. Hewelt, Miss McPhederan
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Mr. Wisuri, Principal, Miss Alta Howard, Secretary
Mrs. BESSIE SEITER Miss ELEANOR BREWER Mr. FLOYD SEITER
English-Speech Mathematics Science
Mrs. BETTY UHAZIE Mr. CHARLES UHAZIE
Music - English Manual Arts - Agriculture
Mrs. MARION SIEFERT Mr. DALE GLOSSOP
Homemaking - Math English - French
MT- ANDY HAI-l3NT Miss CORNELIA MOMAN Mr. EVERETT COEN
Band Commercial Seventh Grade
Mrs. IXAZEL ESTES MI. JOHN FISCHER
SCVQHLI1 Gfadg History - COHCII
Miss PAT PARRISH Mr. DALE GEROW
English - Coach History - Coach
TOP ROW: Bob McPhedran, Miss Moman, Ken Tomayko, Elaine Wikowski and Larry Siefert. BOTTOM ROW:
Ginger Seter, Linda Calhoun, Janet Rinke, Marie Van DeWater, Barbara Blake, Joyce Bettcher, and Alice Moore.
As Co-Editors we wish to express our appreciation to the business-
men, faculty, student body, and especially to the members of the
sta ff, Miss Moman and Mr. Lescelius for their time and effort con-
tributed to make this 1957 year book a better one.
Butch and Marie
Left to Right: Carol Nolan, Nancy Luchtman, Anne Kniffel, Irene Sakowski, John Chaffee, Janet Rinke, Tom
Kamlay Linda Calhoun, Barbara Blake, Nina Bridgman, Miss Moman, Shirley Trornbley, and Ginger Seter.
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RICHARD S IEFERT
"Whatever worth doing
at all, is worth doing
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2,3,4, Play 3,45 Vice
President 45 Track 2,
3,45 Honor Society 3,
45 4-H 1,2.
AMOS CLU'l'k"l5QL ILK
"Some say he's bashful, others
Football 1,2,3,45 Basketball l,2,3,
Baseball 1,2,3,4, Track 2,3,4g Pla
3,45 Varsity Club 3,43 Glee Club
2,3,43 4-H 1,25 President 4, Vice
President 35 Student Cotmcil 25
Band 1,2,3,45 Tumbling 2.
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"Her voice was ever soft. Gentle
and low, an excellent thing in wo
Paper Staff l,2,3,45 4-H 1,23 Honor
Society 2,3,45 Basketball 1,25
Treasurer 3,43 Student Council 25
Play 3,4, Librarian 4.
"To know her is to love
Play 4, Secretary 1,45
Majorette 1,2,3,45 4-H 1,
23 Librarian 2.
"He may look shy, quiet
and naive, but if you
know David its hard to
"She dances away her
Paper Staff 43 Glee Club 1.
"In silence also there's a worth that
brings no risk. "
I .YLE BEAVNIER
"I find my classes not so tough, all V
1 do is pun a muff." j j
Football 25 Track 2,3. I-Ii I
"Little gal with big ideas."
Band 1,2,3,45 Basketball 1,25 4-H 1,
"Sweet and sereneg our
4-H 1,25 Glee Club 1,2,3g
Play 45 Paper Staff 45 An-
nual Staff 1,2,3,4g Cheer-
leader 1,23 President 1.
"She is certain to be seen where fun
and mischief beam."
Basketball 2,3,-45 Honor Society 2,3,
45 President 35 Paper Staff 45 An-
nual Staff 2,3,45 Play 3,4.
"A rose is sweeter in the
bud, then in full bloom."
Band 1,2,35 Play 3,43 Glec
Club 15 Basketball 1,2,3,4
"With a smile on her lips,
and a tear in her eye."
Glee Club 1,2,3,4.
"There is nothing I love as
much as a good fight."
Football l,2,3,45 Track 2,
3,43 Boy Scouts 2,45 4-H 29
Varsity Club 3,43 Play 3,4.
"Music and women, I cannot but
give way to whatever my business
Football 2,3,45 Track 2,3,45 Base-
ball 1.2,3,4g Basketball 3.
"Thought is deeper than all specch.'
"What wisdom can you find that is
greater than kindness."
Basketball 1,2,3,4g Play 3,45 Seerc
tary 25 Glee Club 1,43 4HH l,2.
"So little in his purse, so
much on his back."
Basketball 1,2,3,45 Foot-
ball 3,45 Varsity Club 3,45
"A little nonsense now and then, is
relished by the wisest men."
Football 1,2,3,43 Basketball 1,2,3,4g
Varsity Club 3,43 Baseball 1,4g Boy
Scouts 1,25 Glee Club 2.
GLORIA 1-LAGF N
"Reading is to the mind,
what exercise is to the
Slee Club 1,2,3,4g Play
43 Secretary 3.
"The Gods help those that
Cheerleader 1,2,33 Basket -
ball 1,23 4-H 1,25 Treas-
urer 23 Play 3s Paper Staff
"Love is the greatest of all
e ducators. "
Basketball 1,23 Cheerlead-
er l,2,3,43 4-H 1,23 Treas-
urer 23 Play 33 Paper Staff
"Napoleon too was small."
Treasurer 13 Paper Staff 3,4.
"Deeds are greater than words.'
Glee Club 1,43 Basketball l,2.
"He who loves not wine, women and
song and remains a fool his whole
THOMAS PRA TER
"Laugh and the world
laughs with you."
Basketball 2,3 ,45 Tum-
bling 1,2,3g Track 3,45 4-H
"Back of the job-the dreamer, who's
making the dream come true."
Football 45 Basketball 3 ,4, Baseball
3,45 Varsity Club 3,45 4-H 1,2,3,45
Boy Scouts 2,33 Play 3.
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"Dynamite comes in small
"Busy hands produce great
Baseball 1,2,3,43 Football
1,2,3,4g Play 43 Track 3,45
Glee Club 35 Varsity Club
LEON S EIT ER
"Justice, sir, is the great-
est interest of men on
Football l,2,3,4g Basket-
ball l,2,3,4g Track 1,2,3,
43 FFA li Play 3QB3I1d 1,
"A blush can be beautiful, but often
Paper Staff 3,43 Band 1,2,3,45 Play
NELSON ST EINER
"Better the dayg better the deed."
"Mischief in every dirr1ple."
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MARIE VAN DE WATER
"The best of healers is good cheer."
Basketball 1,2,3,45 Band l,2,3g Glee
Club 1,2,35 Play 45 Annual Staff 1,
2,3,4g Student Council 3,45 4-H 1,
2,3,43 Secretary 2.
Nina Bridgeman, will my height to Diane King.
Barbara Brill, will to Joyce How ard my ability to get a man and keep him.
Werner Thurman, will my black Mercury to anyone who can afford it.
Nelson Steiner, will my excuses to anyone who is smart enough to get them.
Thomas Prater, will my running ability to Zellie Thomas.
Rosemary fTrudiej Tomasovic, will my two sisters Judy and Ludie to the class
Skip Pillivant. will my flirting ability to Slack Martin.
Marie Van Dewater, will my letter writing to the typing class.
Tiger Johnson, will my basketball ability to Don Tomayko.
Barbara Blake, will my grey hair to those who have trouble.
Richard Cibor, will to Jim Leaver my position on the football team.
Lee Phillips, will my football helmet to Freddie Deinzer.
John Chaffee, will my extra weight to Robert Schindler.
Paul Schultz, will my ability to cheat in history class to "Goop" Griffin.
Ace Clotfelter, will to Leroy Hopp my ability as class president.
Nancy Luchtman, will my long dark hair to Joyce Aphelin.
Linda Calhoun, will the high school back to the Indians, I hope they scalp it.
Betty Blackburn, will my horn to Joyce Bettcher.
Anne Kniffel, will my cheering ability to Barbara Baade.
Fred Drielts, will to John Valentine my ability to "love em and leave em."
Carol Nolan, will my joke column to Carol Klockow.
Joan Kuchenmeister, will to Rita Card, my modesty.
Alice Adams, will my typing ability to Loretta Johnson.
Richard Siefert, will my position on the football team to Willie Joe Calhoun.
Sigrid Eriksson, will to the homemaking class my dieting system.
Bob Tessmer, "will" leave the girls alone.
Carol Cendrowski, will to Hal Deadman, my timidness.
Ken Schramm, will my crazy driving during noon hour to the class of 58 fgood lucky
Marion Knust, will my ability to play the accordion to Pete Matthews.
Don Earhart, will to Bill Schwark my Presley Sideburns.
Hazel Dodds, will to Betty Kachilo, my quietness.
Lyle Beaviner, will my height to Gary Duncan.
Stan Gleason, will my position as girls basketball coach to Terry Foss.
Leon Seiter, will my violin to Dean Burden.
Gloria Hagen, will my ability to study to Bob Bridgeman.
Doris DeSe1m, will my giggle to Carol Pearo.
Irene Sakowski, will my long hair to Sherry Thurman.
Mary Albers, will my good nature to the tired crabby teachers.
David Anson, will my trap line to Gerry Rinke.
John Skawski, will my job at Whiteys to Bill Chopp.
It is now the year of 1973 and as we attend the Alumni Banquet of New Haven High,
we see many of the students of 1957 gathered around the table.
First we talk to the class president, ACE CLOTFELTER, who now is president of
Grandma Gerties Snappy Garters. Seated next to Ace is DICK SIEFERT, who was once
the bestdressed Senior boy. Now he owns and operates the second hand dress shop on
Broadway in Mt. Clemens. JOAN KUCHENMEISTER, the secretary of the class of '57,
now cleans guitar strings for Elvis Presley. NINA BRIDGEMAN, treasurer of our class,
is now billed in the circus as the world 's tallest woman.
Going down the row we also see Student Council member MARIE VAN DE WATER,
who is now a powderpuff paratrooper and takes orders from Buck Private Alexy. LEE
PHILLIPS, male member of the Student Council in that year, who skipped school many
a winter day to play hockey, is now a star for the world champion Detroit Red Wings.
Seated at the head of the table is NANCY LUCHTMAN, who is now Mrs. Kandt,
and in her spare time has the job of taking embroidery out of pillowcases. Then we
spy BUTCH CALHOUN, who owns her own Hot Rod Repair Shop down in Mt. Clemens.
Our basketball star of those years, STAN GLEA SON, isn't here tonight because at
the moment he is travelling around the world with the world famous Harlem Globe-
BARBARA BRILL, gossip columnist for the New York Daily Tribune, has just finished
talking to SIGRID ERIKSSON, a scrub woman on the Transcontinental Boat Line to
LYLE BEAVNIER isn't doing too badly either. We find he makes gloves for 4 112
fingered men. Alongside Lyle sits KEN SCHRA MM, who raises giant tsetse flies in the
Ubangi Swamp. Near him is FRED DRIELTS, who makes glue for broken hearts.
MARION KNUST, who is now a famous accordion soloist with Spike Jones, is talking
to her old friend BETTY BLACKBURN, now a Baroslevitsinski missionary.
BARBARA BLAKE, wife of Fred D:ie1ts, has brought her twelve little Drielts's and is
talking to DORIS DESELM about her fifteen little ones fparakeets, that isj.
Seated next to Barbara is CARL CENDROW SKI, known all through high school as
Cheyenne, now emcee's the Time for Beany show.
ANNE KNIFFEL lives at an Old Ma id's Home and pays her board by plucking old
maid's chin ha irs. Seated next to her is NEI.SON STEINER, an international war cor-
respondent for Kenvosmerlowski, the capital of Boo.
Being a triplet in the Senior Play must have affected GLORIA HAGEN and ROSE-
MARY TOMASOVIC, for they each have two sets of their own.
LEON SEITER, who was a great violinist in this class, now has taken George 's place
on T.V. He is talking to RICHARD CIBOR, who is president of the U.S.A. CUnited
Stealers Association, that is.J TIGER JOHNSON is now an internationally famous horse
trainer fHorse flies, that is.J
HAZEL DODDS, who was very quiet in school, now is the sound effects woman on
ALICE A DA MS Bop show.
JOHN CHAFFEE now works for the Lucky Strike Cigarette Company as a Nicotine
Inspector. PAUL SCHULTZ is now the world's famous artist. He draws flies.
BOB TESSMER and CA ROL NOLAN are teamed up as a circus act as the skinniest
man and the fattest woman.
IRENE SAKOWSKI, who is now Mrs. Van DeWater, is chatting with MARY ALBERS,
the great opera singer in JOHN SKAWSKI'S production "The Floating Petunia", which
is now playing in Cl-IARLES Pl1.LIVANT'S Opera House in Meade.
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President Vi ce -President Treasurer S ecretary
Terry Foss Ginger Seter Bob McPhedran Ken Tomayko
Student Council Annual Staff Annual Staff Annual Staff
Darrell Behlke Donald Bettcher Judy Buresh Jeanette Deinzer
Richard Engelbert Richard Garcia Lorne Haase Albert Hoffman
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Clifford Schroeder Elwood Schwark Eric Stier David Torres
Sherle Trombley Laurel Ullrich Gene Wieg Karen Werdermh,
Richard Keeler Darryl Winn Sharon Dodge
President Secretary Treasurer
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Jerry Blake Larry Brill Richard Burden
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Robert Bridgeman Gerald Buckley Dean Burden
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