Stephenson High School - Classmate Yearbook (Stephenson, MI)
- Class of 1957
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May we pause in this, our graduate year to remember Ronnie Morin, a classmate who was taken
from our circle of friendship by an accident eight years ago.
Ronnie came to Stephenson from Schaffer in 1944. He was in the fifth grade. Ronnie had brown
hair and laughing brown eyes to go with a sunny personality.
Those who knew Ronnie will never forget him and the happy school days together.
We, the class of '57, dedicate this annual to the Administration of Stephenson High School, Mr
Ioseph B. Gucky, Superintendent: and Mr. Gerald C. Martin, Principal.
Under their skillful guidance we, as individuals, as a class, as a school and as a community,
have progressed in education, recreation, community social activities, and in many other areas.
As a token of appreciation for the contribution of their time and energy in striving for progress and
a better school system, we dedicate this annual to them and whole heartedly thank them.
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Michael Martin, Trustee: Charles Donaldson, Ir., Trustee: Axel Highdale, Treasurer: Dr. P. R. Carroll, President: Herbert Corey
Secretary: Ioseph Gucky, Superintendent.
Mr. Herb Corey and Doctor P. R. Carroll are the
oldest members on the board. Mr. Corey has served
for twenty-one years and Doctor Carroll for twenty.
Both of these men are life time residents of the village
of Stephenson and are solicitous about its welfare.
They recognize the truth that "a good school means a
go od community". Stephenson High School is happy
to extend to these members its gratitude for their
continued interest and unselfish devotion for the ad-
vancement of our school and community.
We are happy to have Mrs. Roberts
as secretary in the principal's office .
This is her iirst year at Stephenson, how-
ever, we hope that she will continue at
her job for many years to come.
Stephenson High School has been pri-
vileged to have Mrs. Hanson as the Sup't
secretary again this year. She has been
with our school for eleven years . We wish
to say thank you Mrs. Hanson for the help
you have given to each of us at one time
LEFT TO RIGHT Al Schultz George Lienna Leonard Dziedzlc, Art Kayser, Mike Grinsteiner, lim Szabo, Bud Sundstrom Clarence Plut hak Melvin
We at S. H. S. are grateful to our time cook,
Mrs. Alice Lesperance, and janitor, Mr. Greg
Mrs . Lesperance spends many hours in pre-
paring meals that are nourishing and taste like
mothers' home cooking to us students.
Mr. Bayee puts in many hours a day to keep
our school a tidy place for the students and
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Cheerleading Advisor, Librarian, Chair-
man of Scholarship Committee, Cre-
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Varsity Basketball Coach, Assi-
stant Football Coach, Head Tr-
ack Coach, Assistant Basketball
Coach, Athletic Director, 7th
Boys' and Girls' Gym Class.
F. F. A. Advisor
Annual Advisor, School Daze Ad-
visor, Photographer, Sr. Play,
Pag eant .
Jr. High Basketball Coach, Sth
IAM ES POZZA
Head Basketball Coach, Assist-
ant Track Coach, Varsity Football
Coach, I. V. Basketball Coach,
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IOHN SUNDQUIST ROBERT VOELKER
Working hard Mr. Popovich,
Voelker, and Mr. Erickson?
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RICHARD AN HALT
FFA 1-2-3-4. Football 2, Basketball 3, Track
2-3-4, Choir 2-3-4, Annual Staff
4 , Dramatics 3-4.
Basketlfxll 1-2-3, 4-H 1-2, Dri-
vers Training 2, Dramatics l-2,
C. Y. O. l-2-3-4, Annual Staff
2-4, School Daze Staff 4, Cheer-
leader 1-2-3-4, Choir 1-2-3-4.
KAT HLEEN BLAHNIK
Glee Club l-2-3, Drivers Training
2, Girls' Sodallty 3-4, Girls' Bas-
ketball l -2 .
ALTON BERQ UTST
Football 1-2-3-4, Basketball l-
2-3-4, Baseball 1-2-3-4, Choir
4, Vice-President 3, Treasurer Z-
4, Dance Band 3-4, Band 4.
Football 1-2-3-4, Boys' Quartett
2-3, Special Ensemble 4, Choir
l-2-3-4, Dramatics 4, Track 2-
ball 1-2, Track 3-4.
Football l-2, Choir 3, Basket- 4-H 1-2, Drivers Training 4.
FFA1 2 3-4, Drivers Training 1.
VERNA BAUMLER ROBERT BEAUDOIN
Basketball 1-Z, Cheerleader 1-2. FOOUJEII1 1-2-3-4. Choir 2-3-4,
IU DY BOGDAN
Cheerleader 1-2-3-4, Choir 1-2-
4, Class Secretary 1, Home-
coming Court 3, Spanish Club 2,
School Daze 4, Drivers Training
Track 3, Dramatics 3.
Cheerleader 1-Z-3-4, Choir 3-4,
Band l-2' 3-4, Annual Staff 4,
School Daze Staff 4, Spanish
Club 2, Class Secretary 4, Ap-
1, Homecoming Court 4.
IAME S C RAN DALL
President 1-2-3, 4-H l-2-3-4,
Football 1, Basketball 1, Base-
ball 1-2, Prom King 3, Choir 3,
Dramatics 2-3 .
Cheerleader 2-3-4, Vice-Pres-
ident 1, F. H. A. 1-2-3-4CPres-
ident 3-41, Spanish Club 2-3-4,
Dramatics 3-4, Annual Editor 4,
School Daze Staff 3-4, Choir 1-
2-3-4, Apprentice Teaching 4.
Vice-President 1, Pep Band 3-4,
Dance Band 3-4, Band 2-3-4,
Football 1-2, Basketball 1-2,
Student Cotmcil 4, Wolverine Boys'
State 2 .
Band 1 2 Basketball 1 C. Y.
Senior Band 1-2-3-4, Choir 1-2-
2-3 , Student Council 1-3-4fTreas-
urer 31, Octette 3, Special Vo-
cal Ensemble 3-4, Spanish Club
2-4, C. F. C. 1-2-3-4fPreSide-nt
41, Driver Training 3.
Choir 1-2-3-4, Band 1-2-3-4,
Class Treasurer 3, Class Sec-
retary 2, Dramatics 3-4, A Cap-
pella 4, F. H. A. 1-2, Spanish
Club 2-3, M. Y. F. 1-2-3-4.
Basketball 1-2-3-4, Track 1-2-
3-4, Baseball 1-2-3-4, Football
1-Z, Student Council 2-4, M. Y.
P. l-2-3-4, Varsity Club 3-4.
IO ANN HODOBAS
Choir 1-2-3-4, 4-H 1-2, Sex-
tette 2-3-4, ACappe.lla 3-4, Spe-
cial Ensemble 3-4, Band 1-2,
Dramatics 3-4, Prom Queen 3,
Senior Carnival Queen 4, Cheer-
Football 4, Basketball l 2 3
Baseball 3-4, Track l 2 3 4
P. F. A. 1-2.
Apprentice Teaching 3, Choir l- Football 1-2-3-4, Basketball 1-
2-3, 4-H 1-2-3, Drivers Train- 2-3-4, Varsity Club 3-4, Accor-
ing 3, Sodality 1.
dlon Lessons 2-3, Y.P. S. 4lTreas-
Student Council 1, F. H. A. 1,
Office 4, Annual Staff 4, School
Daze Staff 4, 4-H l-2, Appren-
tice Work 3, Girls' Sodality l-
Secretary 1-2, Football 1, Bas-
ketball 1, Athletic Manager 2,
Baseball 1-2 , Drivers Training
2 , Dramatics 2 .
F. C. 2-3.
School Daze Staff 4, 4-H l-2.
Choir 1-2 -4, Drivers Training 3.
Football l-2-3-4, Basketball 1-
2-3-4, Track 1-2-3-4, Treasurer
1-2, Varsity Club 3-4, School
Daze Staff 4, Student Council 3,
Apprentice Teaching 3, Carnival
Chealeader l-2, Basketball 1-2,
Treasurer 1, Vice-President 2,
B. Y. P. 1-2-3-4, Annual Staff 2.
SO PHIA LaPOINT
Apprentice Teaching 3-4, Choir Choir 1-2-4, Band 2-3-4, Span-
2, Principal Office 4. ish Club 3, Girls' Basketball 1-
2, Dramatics 1-2, Annual Staff
2 , Drivers Training 2 .
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Senior Band 1-2-3-4, Choir 1-2-
EDWARD PICH E
Football 1-2, Basketball 1-2,
Choir 3 Boy Scouts 1-2, F. F.
Choir l-2-3-4, Senior Band 2-3-
4, Dramatics 3-4, Vice-Pres-
icient 2, Sextette 2-3-4, Cheer-
leader Z, Dance Band 3-4, Stu-
dent Director Senior Band 3, Span-
ish Club 2-3-4, A Cappella Choi:
Choir 1-2, Drivers Training 3, 4-
H 1-2-3, A Cappella Choir 2.
Class Secretary l-Z, 4-H l-2-3,
Basketball 1-2, Cheerleader 1-
2 , Spanish Club 3, Junior Lead-
Basketball 1-2, Baseball 1-2,
Football 1 2, Annual Staff 2,
Class President 2.
3-4, Sextette 2-3-4, Spanish
Club 2-3, Dance Band 3-4, Dfa-
matics 3-4, Luther 1eague2-3-4.
IEAN ANN STROHL
Choir 1-2, F. H. A. 1-2-3-4,
Basketball 1-2, Choir 1-2, Dri
vers Training 2, Dramatics 1-2
Dramatics 3-4, Majorette 3-4,
Reporter 3, Spanish Club 2-3-4,
Annual Staff 4, School Daze Staff
3-4, Drivers Training 3.
Vice-President l, President 2,
Annual Staff 2, Gym 1-2, Spanish
Club 3-4, C. F. C. 3-4, 4-H 1-
2-3, B. Y. F. l-2-3-4, Creative
Basketball 1-2, Baseball 1-2
Track 3-4 , 4-H1-2 , Driver Train-
Rifle Club 3-4, Homecoming Court
l, 4-H1-2, Apprentice Tea-
ching 3-4, Cholr 4, Y. P. S. l-2.
Dramatics 2, Basketball 1-2-3
F. C. Y. F. 1-2-3-4, Band 2-3
4, Choir 1-2, 4-H 1-2-3-4, Dri
vers Training 2, Annual Staff 2
Spanish Club 3, C. F. C. 3-4
Football 1-2-3-4, Baseball 1-2-
3-4, Track 3-4, Student Council
3, Class Vice-President 2, Dra-
matics 2 .
Choir l-2-3-4, Sextette 2-3-4,
Band 3-4, Spanish Club 2-3, A
Cappella Choir 4, Youthfellow-
ship l-2-3-4, President 3, Sec-
retary 2-4, F. H. A. 1.
Choir 1-2 .
Basketball 1-Z , Baseball 1-2 ,
Class Treasurer 2, Drivers Train-
Basketball 1-2, Baseball 1-2,
Track 1-2, 4-H 1-2-3-4, Drivers
Training 1 .
. l-2-3-4, F. P. A. Tteas
urer 4, Photography Club 4
Photography Club Treasurer 4
Drivers Training 3, Gun Club 2
4-H 1-2 .
WAN DA SUNSTROM
Accordion Lessons 1-2, FHA 1,
Spanish Club 2-3, Secretary of
Photography Club 4, Photography
Senior Band 1-2-3-4, President
3, Choir 1-2, Accompanist 3-4,
Sextette 2-3-4, M. Y. F. 1-2-3-
4, Spanish Club 2-3-4, Dance
Drives Training l, Track 1-3, F.
WILLIAM SCH UST ER
Football 1-2-3-4, M. Y. F.
1-2-3-4, Basketball 1-2-
3, Baseball 1-2-3-4, hes-
ldent 1-2, Cholr l-2-4 ,
Track l, Student Councll
President 4, Dramatlcs 3-
IAMES CHAMPEAU RICHARD COLE
Football 1, Drivers Training 2, Football 1-2, Basketball l.
Spanish Club 2 , Track 3.
DARRELL S UNDQUIST
Band 2, Baseball 1-2, Dramatlcs F. P, A. 1-2-3-4, Photography
Club 4, Drivers 'Training 3, Gun
Club 2 .
pella 4, Annual Staff 4, School
Daze Staff 4, Drivers Training 2 .
Choir 3-4, Basketball 1-2 , A Cap-
Track 3, Football l-2-4, Choir
l-3-4, Spanish Club 2 .
Football l-2, Basketball l-2,
Baseball 3-4, Track 3-4, F. F.
Basketball 1-Z, C. P. C. 3, An-
nual Staff 2.
Football l-2-3, Track l-2-3,
DON CH-ANEY EUGENE DRUM
Choir 1 .
l 1 me
Basketball 1, Football
l, Baseball 1, Drivers
Training l, F. F. A. 3.
Annual Staff 3, School Daze Staff
3, 4-H l, F. H. A. l-2-3, Reg-
ional Reporter 2 , Principals Of-
fice 4, Class President 4, Span-
ish Club 2, Basketball 1, Student
4-H 1-2-3-4, President 3-4,
Secretary 1, Treasurer 2, Princi-
pals Office 4, Piano 1-2 .
Basketball l-2, Annual Staff l.
Basketball 1-2, Football l-2,
Choir 3, Boy Scouts 1-2, F. F.
Annual Staff 4, School Daze Staff
4, Principals Office 4, Rlfle Club
2-3, Homecoming Queen 4, Vice-
President 4, 4-H 2-3, Choir 4,
G. A. A. 2, Pep Club Z.
Boy Scouts l-2, F. F. A. 4, Pho-
tography 4, Gym 1-2, N. R. A.
1-2, 4-1-I 1.
4-H 1-2-3-4, Leader 2-3-4, Bas-
ketball 1-2, Choir 1-2, Drives
Training 2, Dramatics 1-2, Prin-
cipals Office 4, Annual Staff 2 .
sexrene 2-,3-4, A Cap
pella 1-2-3-4, 4-H 1-
2-3-4, Dramatlcs 3
Creative Writing 4
ELEANOR MATHIAS WILLIAM MA-I-HIAS
Choir 1-2-3-4, Drivers Training
3, Church Choir 1-2-3-4, Girls'
Sodality 1-2, 4-H 1.
Spanish Club 3-4, Football 1-2-
3, Annual Staff 3-4, Track 3-4,
School Daze Staff 4, Choir 1-3-
4, Boys' Ensemble 4, Dramatics
Band 1-2-3-4, Student Council
2, Secretary 3, C. Y. O. Secre-
tary 4, Spanish Club 2-3, Dance
Band 3, Homecoming Court 1 ,
Debate 3, Cheerleader 1-2-3-4.
Football 1-2, M. Y. F. 1-2-3-4.
ROGER RASNER BETTY RAITMAIER
Football l-2-3-4, Basketball 2- 4-H 1-2, Choir 1-2, P. H' A' 1,
3, Spanish Club 2-3, Luther Dramatics 3, Girls' Sodality 1-
League President 3-4, Dramatics 2-3, Spanish Club 3.
BARBARA PL UT C HAK
Apprentice Teaching 3
4, Drivers Training 3
Spanish Club 3, Girls
BARBARA KELE MBA
Sym 1, Choir 1-3, Band
3-4, Apprentice Teach -
.ng 4, Drivers Training
3, Dance Band 4.
YVO NNE FAD ROSKI
BaSketb611 1-2, Ch0ir 1-2. Dfi' Choir 1-2-3-4, Photography Club
vers Training 2, Annual Staff 2, 4, National Guard 3-4.
Girls' Sodality 2-3-4, 4-H 1-2
Majorette 3-4, Spanish Club 2,
F. H. A. 1.
Drivers Training 4, Student Li-
brarian 3-4, Spanish Club 2-3 ,
Choir 1, School Daze 4.
Dramatics 4, Spanish
Club 2 .
Spanish Club Z-3-4, Dramatlcs
F. H. A. 2, Student Librarian 3,
School Daze 3, Annual Staff 3,
Choir 3 .
P. H. A. 1.
choir 4, P. H. A. 1-z,
Daze Staff 4, Drivers
Training 3, Principals
In the fall of '53, 83 students started down the "Education River" with graduation as
our port. Officers aboard ship were Captain, Bill Schuster: his assistant, Frances Droesey
Judy Bogdan who kept the class log book, and Ray Hubbard who made sure our cruise was
financed. Mr. Pavlik and Mrs. Gustafson, our advisors, did their best to prevent mutiny,
while Phil Eckstrom and Donna Filibeck represented us in the Student Council which did
its best to help us when we floundered in rough water.
Along the way we stopped at "Port Homecoming" where Barbara Pelkey and Shirley
Ruleau were our candidates for Homecoming Queen. We went ashore for a class party with
Daggett and Carney freshmen. Our first lap ended with a school picnic which included
the upperclassmen who were taking similar cruises.
The next September, 82 of us as sophomores were ready to take the second lap of our
journey. Some changes were made in our crew's officers. Bill Schuster remained Captain
but Barbara Melchoir now took over the helm when the need arose. Janet Esbrook kept
track of the log book while Ray Hubbard still kept a close watch on our finances. When
troubles drifted our way we took them to our Student Council representatives, Harlan
Gruenstem and Barbara Pelkey. Our advisors, Miss Swanson and Mr. LaCasse, helped
us with our many needs and desires.
Co-eds, Jo Ann Hodbas and Geraldine Suplinsky, were our candidates at the Home-
coming. November 4, we dropped anchor at Escanaba for a rollicking, class roller skating
party, but the highlight of the year was the May Dance on May 14. We later drifted into
Wells Park where we had our annual school picnic.
Once again we set our sails as we joined up with Carney and Daggett students who
planned on helping us have a delightful year. Mr. LaCasse and Mr. Sundquist, our ad-
visors, were on hand as we elected our officers. Jim Crandall took the place at the helm
and Alton Berquist assisted him. Barbara Pelkey recorded in our log book all important
data and Janet Esbrook took care of our financial status. Ray Hubbard, Phil Eckstrom,
and Dick Straus represented us and our troubles at Student Council sessions.
Two pretty juniors, Vema Baumler and Judy Bogdan were our Homecoming Queen Can-
didates: Ray Hubbard and Verna Baumler were king and queen candidates for the Senior
Camival. King Jim Crandall and Queen Jo Ann Hodobas reigned over our Junior Prom,
which was given the theme "Three Coins In The Fountain". Our Junior Play, "Mother
Was A Freshman", was enjoyed by all and the cast certainly had fun presenting it. Sails
again were trimmed for our annual school picnic at Wells Park.
Treasurer ---------------- - ------------- Alton Berquist
Secretary ------------- - - Bernice Bright
Vice-President - - - - - -Judy Ewald
President ----- - - Carol Duffrin
Sails and anchor aweigh, and seniors already aboard are trying to make their last year
a memorable one. Getting right down to business: Carol Duffrin was elected to guide us
with the help of Iudy Ewald, Bernice Bright was given the job of writing the minutes of our
meetings. Alton Berquist made sure our bills were paid up and kept our treasure che st full.
Bill Schuster, Harlan Gruenstern, Wayne Dirkman and Phil Eckstrom were our life pre-
servers when we seemed to be sinking in our troubles by representing us at Student Council
meetings. Our advisors, Mr. Short and Mr. Sundquist, stood a vigilant watch over us
throughout our senior year.
When Homecoming time neared, Iudy Ewald and Bernice Bright represented us as can-
didates for queen. Judy Ewald was chosen to reign as Homecoming Queen of 1956 . For our
Sr. Carnival, our candidates Ray Hubbard and Io Ann Hodobas were crowned king and
queen. Then came our Sr. Play, a mystery, "Drums of Death".
Graduation is just around the bend, but first we had the Sr. Tea, sponsored by the
P. T. A.: the Sr. Banquet at the Dells, near Escanabag and the pageant held in the gym.
Finally the end of our long and happy cruise is here. Commencement Exercises, May 26,
were climaxed by Graduation Night, May 29. We have at last reached our goal and we will
always look back on the great times we had in Stephenson High.
Ruth Ann Nordgren, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Nordgren, of Daggett Township,
and Phillip Eck strom, son of Mr. and Mrs. Truman Eckstrom, of Mellen Township have
earned the top scholastic honors of the class of 1957 of Stephenson High School.
Ruth Ann Nordgren, valedictorian, has a 2. 968 average for the four years of high
school. She attended the Daggett Public School through the tenth grade and Stephenson
Public School for the past two years. Ruth has been active in the Christian Fellowship
Club, Spanish Club, Four H, Creative Writing Club, Daggett Baptist Church youth group
and has served as pianist for the church. She also was a class officer in the ninth and
tenth grades at Daggett.
Ruth has majored in college preparatory work and upon graduation plans to attend the
Bethel College at St. Paul, Minnesota. She will major in Home Economics.
Phillip Eckstrom, salutatorian, attended the Mellen Township School through the
eighth grade and Stephenson Public School for the last four years. He has been a member
of the Student Council for three years, an active member of the Mission Covenant Church
young peoples group of Wallace and president ofthe Christian Fellowship Club. He has
also been in the Stephenson High School band and choir for four years. He finishes high
school with a 2.900 academic average.
Phillip has majored in college preparatory work and plans to attend Michigan State
University to study engineering.
Other members of the class of 1957 who rank in the top ten are:
Victoria Grinsteiner Ianet Esbrook
Marian Marszolak Ianet Jacobsen
Barbara Melchoir Alton Berquist
Ruth Seanor Yvonne Salo
Others receiving an average of B f2.000l or better are:
Frances Droese Eleanor Koller Iean Ann Strohl
Donna Filibeck Donna Lucke Iohn Strohl
Roland Gohl Theodore Nylund Wanda Sundstrom
Harlan Gruenstern Barbara Pelkey James Voss
JoAnn Hodobas Patricia Rivard Arda Wachter
Janet johnson William Schuster Karen Westrich
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Warren Suchovsky-President, Carol Piche-Secretary, Charles Peterson-Vlce-Pres-
ident, Edwin And erson-Treasurer.
The Iuniors began the school year 56-57 with one-hundred and thirty members, The
big items this year were selecting class rings and dancing at the Iunior Prom, April 26.
The candidates for Sr. Carnival Queen and King were Carol Piche and Ioe Linder.
The Junior Play was held on March 15 . It was under the excellent direction of Mrs.
Weig and .
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with eighty-nine students. The first of the
year they elected class officers.
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High School roller skating. The purpose of
the following party was to become acquainted
with future classmates hom Carney and Daggett.
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for their first high school year with sev-
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BOTTOM ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Ianet Jacobson, Nancy Strohl, Karen Wangerin, Margaret Salp, Susan
Diehm, Ierry Lynch, Greg Dougovito, Karl Iohnson, Louis Dupont. SECOND POW: Gail Hansen, Kathleen
LaPoint Ruth Seanor, Barbara Melchoir, Io Ann Hodobas, Philip Eckstrom, Ronald Wangerin, Richard Morrow,
Wayne Dirkm an .
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Karl Johnson, Roger Rasner, louis Dupont. TOP ROW: William Wixhanowicz, Roger Imhoff, Richard Morrow, Ricky Berquist
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The Stephenson High School Dance Band was organized last year and many of the orginal members
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They brighten up the dances after the games by playing waltzes, fox trots, Latin American num-
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Iohn Sweeney, Nancy Martin, Ruth Eckstom, Robert Halbrook, Loraine Thorpe. SECOND ROW: Ioann
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Roger Imhoff. THIRD ROW: Roger Rasner, Ioe Nerat, James Stodola, Phil Anhalt, Raymond Hubbard, Don Ives, Tom Lynch, Greg Dougovito. FOURTH
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RAY HUBBARD - ALL AMERICAN
Our star tackle, Ray Hubbard, was nominated by the Sports writers and
sports broadcasters for the National High School All-American squad of 1956 .
All those nominated are eligible to play in the Ail-Star East-West game next
August, if they are selected by East-West coaches.
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FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Wayne Dirkman, Connie DeMille, Kathleen LaPointo, Tommy Phillips, Phillip Eckstrom. SECOND ROW: Connie
Hubbard, Karen Wangerin, James Erickson, Richard Crane. THIRD ROW: William Schuster, Iames Stodala, Harlan Gruenstern, Robert Huebcl,
Our Student Council and their advisor Mr. Martin have done an excellent job this year in
arranging school activities and in solving problems that have came up during the year. The
officers this year are: Bill Schuster-President, Iim Stodola-Treasurer, Karen Wangerin-Sec-
retary, Harlan Gruenstern-Vice-President, Wayne Dirkman-Sergeant-at-ArmS.
STANDING: Frances Droese, Advisor: Miss Lee, Brenda Bayee, Nancy Schuster, Mary Halvorsen. SITTING: lean Ann Strohl, Mary Io Feher, Marjorie
Menor, Karen Kakuk, Lorrey Ann Feher, Sharon Kakuk, Joanne Dill, Ieanne Ewald, Marilyn Szabo, Connie DeMille.
F. H. A.
The motto of F. H. A. expresses the purpose of the organization, the motto itself is: "Learning
to live better today in order that our lives and those of our families may be better tomorrow".
The officers of the F. H. A. Club in S. H. S. are: Frances Droese, president: Mary Io Feher,
vice-presidentg Iean Strohl, secretary: Lorrey Feher, treasurer, Karen Kakuk, reporter, Marjorie
Menor, historiang and Sharon Kakuk, song leader.
The P. H. A. Club goals are working towards the good of its school, community, home and families.
In the past year, to fulfill their goals they served for a Christmas Party sponsored by the Lions Club,
sponsored a Christmas Fantasy Dance, and had a Mothers Day Program.
The Club attended the fall regional meeting at Marquette where Mary Io Feher was elected pres-
ident and Sharon Kakuk, song leader, of chapters 16-17-18, which takes in the Upper Peninsula.
lst ROW LEFT TO RIGHT: Philip Gruenstern, larry Thoney, Iohn Green, Gerald Lal-lay, Edward Plche. Znd ROW: Peter Bastien, Ronald Sandahl, Roh-
Cfft Huffmfilf lack Ashmdn, Marvin Sundsrrom. Floyd Hanson, Thomas Bastien, Alvin Harris. 3rd ROW: Ierry Pfieff, Ronald Beckman, Donald Wetthuhn,
Dave Lee Anderson, Robert Ruleau, Garon Hayward, Anhur Bcrski, Bill Duffrln, Wayne Thonne, Iohn Bfrrzsenyi, Bela Feher, Advisor-Mr. Walfred Gmnskog.
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The achievements of the Stephenson branch of the Future
Farmers of America are seldom heard of and are given only a
fraction of the praise due to them.
Our F. P. A. Club is of service to its community, as is shown
in their many activities such as maintaining the athletic field,
and seeding the playground at the elementary school.
This club has brought to our school a gold plaque, which
was awarded in Detroit, to the Stephenson Chapter, for out-
standing accomplishments as a superior chapter. A member of
this chapter, Nick Thoney, had the Grand Champion steer at t.he
U. P. Fair in Escanaba.
We would like to take this opportunity to salute Mr. Granskog
and to the boys for the fine wcrk they are doing.
The Spanish Club chose at their first month-
ly meeting the officers for the year. They were:
President-Karen Wangerinp Vice-President-
Dick Morrowp Secretary-Treasurer-Margaret
For their annual Christmas Party they sang
Christmas Carols in Spanish and climaxed it
with the breaking of the Pinata.
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These are the girls who help keep the
wheels going in the Principal's office:
Donna Filibeck, Rosemarie Hallfrisch,
Iudy Ewald, Carol Duffrin, Sophia LaPoint,
Betty Raitmaier, Donna Lucke, Carol
During their free period these
students help in the library re-
pairing old books and doing other
odd jobs: Carol Duffrin, Carol
Bland, Hazel Hofer, Pat Hummel,
Betty Doyen, Rae lean L-Qichman,
li you like to teach little
children, why not go and see
Mrs. Lienna about becoming an
Apprentice Teacher. That's what
Shirley Ruleau, Frances Droese,
Sophia LaPointe, Eugene LeRoy,
Lorrey Ann Feher, and Ianet
Supply Room Girls
If ever in need of a pencil or some
paper just come to the supply room and
these girls will help you: Marlene
LeGreve, Lorrey Ann Peher, Mary
Heidenreich, Rita Dombrowski.
Iudy Madsen, Nancy Schuster, Audrey Koeswski, Ioanne Champeau, John Green, Betty Pilabeck, Steve Feher, Leonard Suchosky, Nancy' Plutchak
Lawrence Foley, Bela Feher. ABSENT: Gordon Sundstrom, Wanda Sundstrom, Larry Thoney.
The Photography Club has been in charge of one of
the biggest projects in Stephenson High School--
taking pictures for the annual. The officers are:
Chairman-Betty Filabeck, Secretary-Wanda Sundstrom,
Treasurer-Gordon Szmdstxom, Sergeant-at-Arms-
Queen Judy Ewald
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Mary Lou Buckmaster
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Freshman Attendant: Ann Heidenreich
Freshman Attendant: Mafnyn Szabo
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The Park Scene of the Iunior Prom following the
theme, "Three Coins in the Fountain" was brought
to life on Friday, April 20.
In the middle of the floor was a beautiful fountain
with clear crystal blue wata' trickling down the sides.
At the entrance was a little white terrace decorated
with colored flowers. Many other scenes and dec-
orations filled the gym.
The highlight of the evening was the Grand March,
led by Queen Io Ann Hodabas and King James Crandall.
Fish pond, Dart throwing, Divorce
Bureau, Marriage Bureau, Candy Booth
and Cake Walk were some of the fea-
tures of the annual Senior Carnival on
November 10, 1956.
The candidates for King and Queen
were Carol Piche, Ioe Linder, Myrtle
Ann Nyland, George Zendor, jean Ewald,
David Peterson, Io Ann Hodobas and
Io Ann Hodobas and Raymond Hubbard
reigned as King and Queen.
Margaret Salp and Ierry Cappaert were elected by the school to reign as King and
Queen of the F. H. A. Fantasy Ball on December 7 They were crowned by two adorable
children, Peggy Saltz and John Kauk
The gym was transformed into a winter
fairy-land. "Snowflakes covered the ceiling,
a Christmas tree with blue lights was in the
center of the gym, while the bleachers were
gaily decorated with "snow covered" balsam
and Christmas Cards. In two corners of the
gym were huge colored pictures with lights
placed behind them.
Junior Class Play
The Iuniors presented their play, "Mother Is A Freshman", on April 14, in the Stephen-
son Gym. The play was under the direction of Mrs. Frances Weigand with Miss Frances
Droese as student director.
"Mother Is A Freshman" is the story of a young college girl, Ruth Seanor, whose
mother, Barbara Melchoir, has spent all the insurance money left by her father's death.
Abigail Fortitude Abbott decides the only way to keep her daughter in college is to apply
for an Abigail Fortitude scholarship.
The fum begins when mother and daughter are greeted at the college by a very suspic-
ious Dean Gillingham, Richard Morrow. A little love is supplied by the handsome Pro-
fessor, Iim Voss.
The many college students included a pleasingly plump young lady, Jean Ann Strohl,
who loves to eat, Clara, Ianet Esbrook, a young admirer of Susan and Sylvia, Janet
Iacobsen, a studious girl who tends to frown on dances. Helen, Io Ann Hodobas, is a
sophisticated girl who finds many things more interesting than studies and Carrie,
Bernadette Kline, is a happy-go-lucky girl who seems to have no problems. Bunny,
Barbara Pelkey, is a popular campus girl. The house-mother is played by Betty Raitmaier.
W'hat's a play without boys or a college without men? Bobo is played by Roger Rasner,
a popular young fellow who is rather conceited. The other college boys are played by
Bob Beaudoin, Iim Crandall and Bill Schuster.
A half ruined mansion in a lonely swamp along
the Atlantic coast was the setting for the Senior
Play, "Drums of Death".
The cast included:
Mrs. Gillette- -
Amelia Gillette- - - ------- -
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BANK OF STEPHENSON
SERVING MENOMINEE COUNTY FOR
MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION
FOR ALL YOUR BANKING NEEDS
For A Friendly Welcome, Prompt Attention, Courteous Service, Banking Facilities To
Meet A Wide Variety Of Needs, And Experienced Counsel On Money Matters Of Many
Kinds - - - We Invite You To Do Your Banking With Us.
It Is The Sincere Desire Of The Officers And Personnel OfThis Bank To Be Of Help And
Service To The Graduates Of 1957 As They Take Place In The Community.
Nels0n's Bakery 1 Plumbing 81 Heating
1429 - 13th Street
2124 Hall Ave.
gan Marinette, Wisconsin
Lincoln - Mercury
1428 Main Street
Redwood 5 -6626
Lincoln - Mercury Dealer
Beer - Liquor
Cedar - River, Michigan
First National Bank
Menominee , Michigan
Winkle's Drug Store
Ios eph S . Winkle
Peterson's TV Radio Repair
On Green Bay
Orders To Take Out
Charcoal Broiled Foods
Phone UN 3-246 3
THE NEW VOGUE PRODUCER'S DAIRY
Menominee , Michigan Menominee , Michigan
BOB'S TAVERN DRIVE - IN - RESTAURANT
Menominee, Michigan Menominee, Michigan
RED OWL AGENCY
Menominee, Michigan Always Prevail"
DINE - A - WHILE FALSTAD'S IMP. CO.
MS1'10miHeG, Michigan Menominee, Michigan
OAK TAVERN Compliments Of
D1-H1169 Square - Old Oak LUND HARDWARE 61 SPL.
Marinette, Wisconsin Marinette, Wisconsin
DIEHM FUNERAL HOME MENOMINEE SAW COMPANY
Stephenson, Michigan Menominee, Michigan
Compliments Of Compliments Of
CARNEY CHEESE HOUSE
Where Friends Meet
Peterson Br0ther's Store
VIC'S SERVICE STATION
MARIE'S DRESS SHOP
WIBERG' S GROCERY
VI - IOE BUCK TAVERN
GILBERT 'S STYLE SHOP
Marinette, Wisconsin Marinette,
ANDERSON' S COFFEE SHOP,
HEATING AND COOLING,
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NAGY'S SERVICE STATION,
Dr. G. I. MAIHOFFER
ALLI S-CI-l ALMERS
MAN UFACT URERS OF
DUfl'BSl1lI0,S Home GAS
Hot Flame Gas Company
Stromgren's Clothing Store MON R' BERQUIST
C pl t Of
Schmidt's Bicycle Shop
470 Tenth Ave.
Modern Machinery Sales Compliments of
STEPHENSON, MICHIGAN 1421 - 13th St.
-MUSIC . .
C 6: N AUTO SUPPLY
-NEWS . . Menominee, Michigan
-SPORTS , , "If You Can't Pit It, Try"
FRANK'S SHOE STORE
W A G , N "We Fit The Hard To Fit"
2419 13th Street
1340 K. C.
MENOMINEE, MARINETTE MI BIRD BAR
For Highest Quality Concrete READ THE
WALSH SAND 8: GRAVEL
Menominee, Michigan ,
Dining At Falk Hotel Menommee Herald-leader
Is Wonderful - Try It
Mike 6: Stella Falk
Prop . FOR ALL
Shop The Hall Ave. Way
1 822 Hall Avenue
Menominee County Journal
Reds Standard Service
Publisher Menominee Boller Works
Phone UN 3-3466
615 6th Avenue
Menominee Michi an
Anderson Motor Sales
G. M. C. SALES
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HDOORS . . .
-MILLWORK . . .
l. E. Gibout Xt Son Manufacturers Compliments Of
FINE CABINET WORK Ricaby's IGA Store
INTERIOR FINISH b
Compliments Of COMPLIMENTS
Eisendrath Glove Co.
Compliments OI GENERAL MERCHANDISE
FLOUR :Sr FEED
IENSON RADIO 8: TV
GENE AND GINGERS
MOTTARD BARBER SHOP
BOURGEOIS IGA MARKET
KENN'Y'S MOTOR SERVICE
THE BELL STORE
For The Whole Family
Compliments Of PARIS VARIETY
, 2614 13th Street
Gruenstern s IGA Store Meminee, Michigan
And CHRISTENSEN MACHINERY
AND SUPPLY CO.
Palestine Cheese Factory
1320 First Street
Route 2 Stephenson Menominee, Michigan
Dr. IOHN E. MASE
Dr. HOWARD B. STILLMAN
Dr. P. E. BRENNEN
Farmers :Sf Merchants Building
Phone RE 5-562 6
"Nothing But Good Shoes"
VICTOR SHOE STORE
Feet Fitted To
Keep Feet Fit
Q Badger Green Bay Business College
123 S. WASHINGTON ST.
GREEN BAY, WISCONSIN
PHONE HEMLOCK 2 -7 6 l 6
MEDICAL, LEGAL AND
Write Or Call For
Free Information On
Courses, Salaries And
Opportunities In The
Fields Of Business.
Gerue 0ll Company
MID - COUNTY
MARINETTE IRON AND
DISTRIBUTOR METAL YARD
OF "Top Prices Paid"
Iron And Metals
PHONE STEPHENSON 137-ll
Qf SELLING GOOD HOME
Dr. CARROLL FURNISHINGS
Stephenson, Michigan SINCE 1888
STATION AND GRILL
WHITE HOUSE MILK
Globe House Furnishings Co.
1618 - 28 MAIN STREET
PHONE RE 5-5424
Dr. LE. Nelson, Dentist
1554 Main Street
Phone - Redwood 5-3337
Farmers and Merchants' Bank
"We Serve More People
Because We Have More
HORVATI-I' S JEWELRY
A C Compliments
F1'1eedS" Stephenson, Michigan
ARTS senvice STATION Padflng COITIDHHY
A Division Of Swift
Shoes For The Entire And Company
Famlly Menominee , Michigan
BOB'S SHOE STORE
Stephenson, Michigan Homilggdsigakes
Compliments Gateway Cafe
1029 10th Ave.
Marinette, ,PHHM Wisconsin
Menominee, ' Michigan
Ed Beaudo Moving Co.
Local - Long
"Trade With Folks
Cleaning - Repairing
SCHMIDT'S FUR SERVICE
5 41 l Oth Ave .
Frozen Food Lockers
ZENDER'S I G A MARKET
Your Friendly Store
Ed s Super Market Of
STODOLA IRON SHCP
1034 20th Street
Tires Batteries Eklerythiflg EMM
STATION US 41
Dr. JOHN HEIDENREICH
Daggett , Michigan
STEPHEN SON BAKERY
Wedding - Commercial
Candid Or Formal
Of All Kinds See
E. F. Potter lumber Company
' OAK TAVERN
Asselrns Ice Cream
"The Cream Of The Marinette, Wisconsin
Menominee, Michigan GEORGE MENOR'S
748 Marinette Ave.
Joy Product Company Dr- D. B. FAST
, , , 1554 Main Street
Menommee' Mlchlgan Phone Redwood 5313
OF Edqurst and Sons Cleaners
505 10th Street
"Make Your Cleaners
MENOMINEE, MICHIGAN 701 8th Avenue
Menominee , Michigan
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Schmrdt s Bakery
Menominee , Michigan
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35 Yearsn' Menominee, Michigan
V. GM. ELECTRIC
For All Forms
, Phone UN 2601 , , Of Insurance See
MABEL DRESS SHOP
1617 Main Street
832 l Oth Avenue
Marinette, Wisconsin Menominee, Michigan
Dr. C. H. Boren
Dr. I. A. Boren Marinette, Wisconsin
Dr. I. Wm. Boren, Ir.
Dr. Claric H. Boren -W
Dr. I. D. Zeratsky
Dr. R. T. Gustafson
Marinette, O Wisconsin
GATEWAY AUTO COURT
GIPP'S BEAUTY SHOP
DREE'S ELECTRIC SHOP
George E , Pe strui
DIEHM FUNERAL HOME
XXALWAYS DRIVE CAREFULLY"
We're Happy To Service Your CarWOLVERI NE MOTORS , 970 39th
Ave., Phone UN39297, BROADWAY SERVICE , 2221l3t1'1, Phone UN 3-3443,
CENTRAL AUTO BODY, 13C 10th, Phone UN3-2921, EVAN'S HALL
AVE. SERVICE, Marinette, RE2506, TESSIERS SERVICE, 35251Oth,
Phone UN 3-5065, E WA L D' S GA RA G E , 3501 10th, Phone UN 3-3875.
MENOMINEE PRODUCE CO. i C
Phone Un 3-312 1 Tilly Tot to Teen Shop
Menominee, Michigan Sara S. Levine
"Where The Unusual Is
Compliments The Usualn'
of Main Street
T E BEAU Y SHOP
H T Redwood 5-4121--1726
Menominee Michigan Marinette, Wisconsin
SASH AND DOOR CO.
Menominee, Michigan Compliments
Compliments Marinette, Wisconsin
Of I Complimentsw I S M S
Solander Electric and TV H. F. SELLNOLD
1532 Main Street
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To The Class Of
The Annual Staff
"Your Mid 8: North
Coats And Hats
"Judy and Jeanne "
Take Pride - ---- -
In Your Education
For years, now, you have been acquiring the tools with which to live, in today's
world. It's a big, challenging world, and the better you have learned to use these
tools for living that education has given you, the better you'll live.
In this country your education has been forged on the hearth of truth, you have been
given facts, not propaganda. Your tools for living are true and Strong. You can take
pride in them. Iust how long this kind of education will be available in this country
will depend, to a great extent on the way you, and the others of your generation, use
these tools. It will take work, determination, and some sacrifice. Without work,
determination, and sacrifice, plus pride in our way of life, you will not be able to
use these tools for living to the upmost. When that day comes, it may mean that in
your life time, this kind of mental equipment, the tools of truth, may no longer be
available to the human race. Take pride in your education.
At this time, the entire staff of the "Eagle" wish
to express their thanks to the merchants, Clubs, and
organizations for contributing to make this the fine
annual we hope it is.
We also wish to extend our sincere thanks to
Myrtle Ann Nylund for her time and effort given in
writing the theme for this annual.
No more sleepless nights
Fran- -it's finished. fFran is the Editorj
U1 n 110 0 CDistinction gon Oven gwenty Cyeans 1
I w11l c1ose
you have learned in
S. H. S. '57 Spirit
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