Vermilion High School - Log Yearbook (Vermilion, OH)

 - Class of 1953

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Queen Attendant Diane Bailey G A A l,2, Girls' Glee Club 1,2 3 M Mixed Chorus 2,3 Varsity Choir 3 h Compass Staff h Annual Staff k Student Teacher l,2,3 L Office Worker A Class Play A Richard Baker Boys' Glee Club h Football 1 Basketball l,2,3 M Track 3 Football announcer Honor Roll 1,2 Class Officer M Class Play 3 Varsity Club 3,h Movie Operator 2,3 Virginia Banta G A A Girls' Glee Club 3 Mixed Chorus 3 Varsity Choir 3 M Dramatics Club 3 h Hay Queen Attendant 3 Class Playh Class Play h Other School 1,2 5 h Antonette Bates GeAeAe'1g2 Girls' Glee Club-3,h Mixed Chorus-3 Varsity Choir-3,h Compass Staff-h Annual Staff-h Librarian-1 Bus Patrol-3 Barry Becker Boys' Glee Club Football 1,2,3 Compass Staff h Honor Roll 1 Class Play 3 h Tom Beursken Shop Assistant 3 L ski Anthony Bodde F F L 1,2, Boys' Glee Club l,2,3 Mixed Chorus 2,3 Varsity Choir 2,3 Basketball 1,3,h Honor Roll 3 National Honor Society 3 M Varsity Club 3 h Annual Staff M Movie Operator 2 3 M V G A Parlimentary Prqfedure 3 h l -1 ' 9 3 OO - f 9 C gf' I e e e' 39,4 ' Q " 9 " 9 s NeJe e e e"3 " 9 Student Teacher-2,3 h National Honor Societ Jane Bradley G A A 1,2,3, Girls' Glee Club 2 Mixed Chorus 2,3 Varsity Choir 3 Majorette h Compass Staff M Annual Staff h Dramatics Club 3 M Class Play 3'h Football Queen M May Queen Attendant 3 Sandra Braun G A A l,2, Girls' Glee Club 1,2 Mixed Chorus 1,2 Hay Queen Attendant 3 Donald Chesnut Boys' Glee Club 2 Mixed Chorus 2,3 Varsity Choir 3 Basketball 2 Football Annou cer 3 h Bus Patrol 2,3 Movie Operator 2 3 h Class Play 3 h Basketball Timer 3 Public Address Operator 2 3 h Annual Staff M Other School l Gordon Clauser Band-1 Track-h John Dickason Movie Operator 2 31k Public Address Operator 2,3,h Jack Esper BOYS' Gloe Club 1,2 Mixed Chorus 2,3 Varsity Choir A Football 2,h Track 3 Wrestling l,2,3,L Varsity Club A Laura Fichtel G A A 1,2, Girls' Glee Club 1,2 Dramatics Club 3 Janet Fleming Girl ' Glee Club 2,3 Varsity Choir 3 8 Kathryn Ford Mixed Chorus 1,2 Varsity Choir 3 M Band 2 3 M Orchestra 3 h Comoass Staff h Annual Staff M Other School 1 Richard Greenawalt Boys' Glee Club M Varsity Choir M Student Government 2 3 Football l,2,3 A Class Officer 39h Basketball 1 Varsity Club 3 U Compass Staff 3 h Scorekeeper 3 U Annual Staff M Honor Roll 1,2 National Honor Society 2,3,h French Club 1,2 Arlo Mae Haber G A A ,2 Band 1Q2Q3Qh Orchestra l,2,3,L Compass Staff M Annual Staff M Ulyton Higgins Other School 1,2,3 9 Girls' Glee Club 1,2 ,3 M M ' Q 'Q 'QQ 'Q Q 1' Q,, TPBCk'3 Class Play-3QU 'Q 'Q " 'Q ooo'1. Ethel Holzhauser GAL 1,2, , Bus Petrol l,2,3,h Office Worker 1,2,3,h Student Teacher 3 Janet Iden Girls' Glee Club 1,2 Mixed Chorus 2,3 Varsity Choir 3 Compass Staff 3 Dramntlcs Club 3 French Club 1,2 Class Play 3 M Jack Jlntz Football 1,2 Track 1,3 Varsity Club 1 Jill Ann Jantz GeAeAe'1!2l Girls' Glee Club-l,2,3,l4 Mixed ch0I'us'1g2g3 VlP81t1 Ch01P'1n293tu Band"1p293 Orchestre-l,2,3 Erie Cou ty Band-1,2 10 e 'e e' 3 ll- - ' :ll GeAeAe'2!3lh- ' 33914 - "' nu- 3,11 Gretchen Kish an G A A ,2 Girls' Glue Club 1,2,3 h Mixed Chorus 1,2 Varsity Choir 3 LQ, G5-P15 C5836 3 Compass Staff 3 A National Honor Society 3 M Dramatics Club 3 M French Club 1,2 Class Play 3 h May Queen Attendant 3 Projectionist 3 Duane Knittle Football 2 3 Bake uba11'2fg 14 Varsity Club 3 L Joe Kriss C1888 Play M Donald Kyle Class Play 3 A Track M La Donna Kyle G A L Girls' Glee Club 3 M Varsity Choir 3 M Compass Staff M Annual Staff M Class Play 3 M Student Teacher M Louise Lnngfitt G A A 1 Z, M Girls' Glee Club l,2,3 M Mixed Chorus l,2,3 Varsity Choir 2 3,M Compass Staff M French Club 1,2 Student Government 2 Class Play 3 M Ticket Taker 2 May Queen Attendant 3 William Lee Football l,2,3 M Basketball l,2,3,M Track l,2,3 M Annual Staff M Student Coucil M Class Officer 2 Class Play 3 M Varsity Club 0 3 M Student Government 1, Boys' Glee Club Varsity Choir M Charles Leidheiser Football 1,2,3,M Basketball M Class Officer 1,3 Class Play M Varsity Club 3 3 M 12 M- Carol Lydio Gelele -1,2, g Girls' Glee Club 2 3,h Mixed Chorus 2 Varsity Ch ir 3,h Compass Staff h Annual Staff A Honor Roll l,2,3,h National Honor Society 2 French Club 1 Edward Marks Farewell! A word that must be And hath been a sou d which makes Linger yet, farewell! Robert Mayer F FDA 1,2,3, N J V G A l,2, , Larry Miller F F A l,2, Class Play 3 Bus Patrol l,h NJVGA 12, Parlimentary Procedure 3 M 13 Class Officer-3 Class Play-3 Basketball Queen 3 Majorette 1,2,3 Cheerleader l,2,3,h Parliamentary Procedure M All 3 ls 'A - ' :Bah 118 e e' ll e e e e e' 3 lt - - -- BJL e e a e e: 1 391+ V 4 Rheeta Millie G A A Girls' Glee Club ,2 Mixed Chorus 1,2 Drematics Club 3 Class Play 3 Vedah Mollohan Girls' Glee Club 3 h Varsity Choir M Band 1,2,3 L, Grchestra l,2,3 U Erie Cou ty Band 2 Bus Patrol 3 Janet Neuber Girls' Glae Club 1,2 3 M Mixed Chorus 1,2,3 vars 1,2, 3,11- Band 1921315 French Club 1 Orchestra 1 Z 3 h Class Play 3 Erie County Band 1,2 Librarian 2'3,u Compass Staff M Bus Patrol 1,2 ADHUB1 Staff M Lib C1 b 3 Honor Roll 1,3 Fwy u LL National Honor Society 2,3 h Frank IOPCPOSS Football 2,3 Track 1,2 Football announcer h Band announcer h Compass Staff A Annual Staff h Dramatics Club 3,h Class Play 3 h Movie Operator 2,3,h Sports Reporter h Public Address Operator 2,3,h 1 Richard Parsons Basketball-l,2,3,M Track-3,M Myrna Payne G A A 2 Girls' Glee Club Drmmatics Club Librarian 3,M Other school l Elona Peck G A A 1,2,3, Girls' Glee Club l,2,3 M Mixed Chorus 2 3 Varsity Choir 3 M Compass Staff 3 M Annual Staff 3 M Dramatics Club 3 M Class Officer 1,2 M Class Play 3 M Librarian l Shirley Pleated G A A 1,2, , Compass Staff M Annual Staff M Dramatics Club Student Governm Class Officer 2 Class Play M Office Worker 3 3 ent 15 May Queen Attendant 3 Cheerleader 2 M Majorette l,2,3 National Honor Society O O O -1 -3 'e e e' ll- "' s ' n I , I Q , " g I , 1 t "' 1 ' 1 " s Bus Patrol-1,2,3,M e e e' 3 ll. 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Sonia Radosevich GeAeAe"1p2y3ph- G11-1v Glee c1ub-1.2.3.h Mixed Chorus-1,213 Varsity Choir-2,3,h Annual Staff-I4 Student Counci1'lL Honor Roll'3 Class Play-3,h National Honor SocietF'2n3J-l Drmmatics Club-3 French Club-1,2 I Student Government-4 Librarian-1,2 May Queen Attendant-3 David Rathbun Boys' Glee Club-l,2,3,h Mixed Chorus-2,3 Varsity Choir-3 Band-1 Orchestra-l Football-l,2,3,h Basketball-l,2,3 Student Counc 11-2, 3 Student Govdrmnent-2 Class Officer 3 Varsity Club h Class Play h Chloris Ries G L L 1,2, , Girls' Glee Club l,2,3 h Mixed Chorus l,2,3 Varsit Choir 2 3,h Class lay 3 Librarian h Donna Ruetenik G A L 1921 3314 Girls' Glee Club l,2,3,h Mixed Chorus 2,3 Varsity Choir 3 M An ual Start M Dramatics Club 3,h Football Queen Attendant h Hay Queen Atte dant 3 Cheerleader 3 h Majorette l,2,3 Doug Sheppard Football 1.2, 3 1+ Basketball 2 Althea Showalter G A A l,2,3 Girls' Glee Club 1,2 Mixed Chorus l,2,3 Varsity Choir 2,3 Carole Smith GQAQAQ 'l' 2, Girls' Glee Club-M Compass Staff'-lg. Annual Staff-Q Student Government-3 M Librarian-h Bus Patrol-3 Cafeteria Cashier-h National Honor Society-h Mary Jo Smith GQAOAQ 'lg 2g 3, Girls' Glue Club-1,2,3 h Mixed Chorus-2,3 Varsity Choir-3 h Annual Staff-M Drwmatics Club-3 Class Play-3 Librarian-M Hajoretto-1,2 17 Patricia Stransky G A A l,2,3, Girls' Glee Club l,2,3 h Mixed Chorus 2,3 Varsity Choir 3 M Compass Staff h Dramatics Club 3 h French Club 1,2 Class Play 3 Librarian M May Queen Attendant 3 Harvey Vick Boys' Glee Club l,2,3,h Mixed Chorus 1,2 3 Varsity Choir 3 h Foo lg 2 Basketball l,2,3 A Track 1 Class Officer h Varsity Club 2,3 k Ted Whatley Basketball h Other School 1,2,3 Robert Whitaker Boys' Glee Club l,2,h Varsity Choir h Football 3,k Football manager 2 Varsity Club 3,k Wrestling 2,3,h 18 a e e' ll- ' a ' I ' 9 F0F0l0"1n2n3:,-l- ' 9 ' 9 " 9 David Wilkes To Dave's breast young Cupid slily stole, But he crept in it Pearl's pocket hole! Mary Ann Wlodarsky GA A 1,2, Girls' Glee Club l,2,h Mixed Chorus 1,2 Varsity Choir 2,h Bus Patrol 1, Majorette 1,2 Cheerleader 1,2, L Class Play h Cherry Pie Queen 2,3 Judy Wright G.A A 1,2, Girls' Glee Club 2,3 Mixed Chorus 2,3 Varsity Choir 3 Annual Start M Class Play 3 Bus Patrol l,2,3 h May Queen Attendant 3 Cheerleader 2,3 h Joyce Zelinski G A A 1.2,3, Girls' Glee Club l 2,3 h Mixed Chorus 2,3 Varsity Choir 3 M Compass Staff 3 National Honor Society 3 M Dramatics Club 3 Student Government 1,3 Class Officer 2 Class Play 3 May Queen 3 Cheerleader 1,2,3,h Z Casf of Characfers' Last Will and Testamenf We, the Class of 1953, of then village of Vermilion, County of Erie, State of Ohio, being of questionable mind and mem ory, do hereby make, publish and declare this to be our last will and testament, hereby revoking any will or wills here tofore made by us. First, we direct that all our just detentiona and library fines be fully paid and satisfied as soon as conveniently may be, after our departure Second, we give, devise, and bequeath to our beloved ad visers, Mrs Welker and Mr Schroeder, a pleasant summmr with none but pleasant memories of us Third, to Mr Gebhardt, we leave all the problems that the incoming Freshmen class will bring with them, in the hope that he will be as kind and considerate to them as he was to us Individually, we make our bequests as follows I, Constance Agnew, bequeath to Priscilla Fisher my ability to get to school on time I, Diane Bailey, bestow upon Kenny Bruner my perfect atten dance record for four years of school. I, Dick Baker, leave my basketball ability to Larry Bartlome I won't burden anyone with my temper I, Virginia Banta, leave an advertisement to buy watches at Rhodes' Jewelry to all poor befuddled clock watchers at Ver milion High School. I, Antonette Bates, bestow my size 9 figure to Carla Widdow I, Barry Becker, bequeath my over due Compass Assignments to next year's staff I, Tom Beursken, leave all my detentions to Chuck Rogers, and hope he serves them all I, Anthony Bodde, bequeath my curly hair to Ronny Buehring with the hope that he has the patience to comb it I, Jane Bradley, leave my place in the majorette line to Jean ette Wiseman I hope she has as much fu as I did I, Sandra Braun, leave the driving class to give Mr Utter thne to recuperate before he's attacked by the class next yb Src I, Don Chesnut, leave my nose to Coach Schroeder as he is the only one who understands me I, Gordon Clauser, bequeath my photographic genius to the de mon I, John Dickason, leave my charming personality to anyone who cares to have it, and Nancy to Sarah's tender care. I, Jack Esper, bequeath my' protuding abdomen to Humphrey Hay he wear it well I, Laura Fichtel, leave my flirtations in World Geography to Elisabeth Shook 21 O Q 0 C O C e . , Q 0 Sane O O Q Q O O 0 O ' Y IU ' n O O I, Janet Fleming, leave to Florence Regal, my spot in Prob lems I, Kathryn Ford, leave my bass drmn to anyone who wants it I, Dick Greenawalt, bestow my sleeping seat in English Lit to Nancy Mehnert I, Arlo Mae Haber, bequeath my saxophone to Mr Hoffman if he'1l buy it I, Ethel Holzhauser, bestow all the office work to some lucky girl I, Janet Iden, leave my outstanding Physics vrades to anyone 1ho's dumb enough to take them I, Jack Jantz, leave my hot tempered jury trials with Hr Gebhardt to some honor student I, Jill Jantz, leave my A's in typing to Janis Horning I, Gretchen Kishman, will my brains to my sister to go with her beauty I, Duane Knittle leave with Jane I, Joe Kriss, leave my Democratic Party membership to Bob Greenawalt I, Donald Kyle, bestow my title of 'slowest boy typlst' t some unsuspecting Sophomore I Louise Langfitt, bestow my 'fighting spirit' with Chuck Leidheiser to my sister Harriett to use with Mike Anastas Make good use of it can fit into them I,Carro1 Lydic, leave my athletic ability to Mary Morris Me, Charles Leidheiser, bestow my seat on the VHS basket ball team to Denny 'Moondog' Miskow I, Edward Marks, don't have anything to leave I'm leaving myself I, Robert Mayer, just leave I, Larry Miller, bequeath to Allen Smith, my ability to get into trouble I, Rheeta Millie, leave my detentlons to anyone dumb enough to make them up I, Vedah Mollohan, bestow my quiet ways to Pam Knittle I, Janet Neuber, present my inability to twiddle a 'licor ice stick' to Leslie Roberts I, Frank Norcross, leave my dates with Hannah to Chuck Rog ers and just take off for Lorain I, Richard Parsons, bequeath my parking place to Glenn Ful per I, Myrna Payne, present my ability to make book reports for everyone to some unfortunate Take Ray Beursken He would really appreciate it I, Elena Peck, sadly leave Dick Cicco because he's too young for me anyway. I, Shirley Plested, leave Dick Gergel to my you ger sister, Junne May she enjoy him in good health I, Sonia Radosevich, present my gift-o gab to Barbara Dar I, David Rathbun, leave my excuse for the 'first day of hunting seasonn to the first lucky boy to get it. I, Chloris Ries, bestow my peroxided hair to Harriet Cicco. 22 - . , . O ' 0 , . I, Bill Lee, bequeath my basketball trunks to anyone who O O Cye I, uonna nuetenlx, leave my inability to skip school with out getting caught to Jeanette West I, Douglas Sheppard, present mv curly hair to Albert Tarr ante 1, Althea Showalter, leave my attempts to skip gym to some u susoecting, incoming Freshman I Carole Smith, leave Latin Cthank goodness'l to anyone who thinks he remembers the verb endings Ia Mary Jo Smith, leave somebody else to dodge Hr Geb hardt, I, Pat Stransky, leave, but three little sisters follow I, Harvey Vick, bestow my seat at 'Hu 's' to Cutie I, Ted Whatley, present my seat on the bus with Janet to Larry Hartman I, Bob Whitaken bequeath my marvelous physique to any one who wants it I Dave Wilkes leave nothing not even my girl In Mary Ann Wlodarsky leave bili t Miss Grob to Priscilla Fisher my a Dy 0 get along with ggagudy WPi8htp leave my cheerleading fights with Pam to I, Joyce Zelinski, leave English Lit Iam glad I can,t take it with mg In witness, hereof we the Class of 195 th t t0PSn have set our hands and seal hereto, ihis 35tgsg:y of March in the year f L0 hundred and fifty three 0 KQSEB, rd, one thousands, nine Richard Greenawalt, President Prophecy Ten years have rolled by since 1953, and what of our sweet graduates of that year? They have scattered to the four winds and further, but through the use of our atomic projectoscope we have been able to locate them. Connie Agnew decided upon a career instead of marr iage to the enterprising young Oberlin Student, and is now an executive IBM timeclock division Dick Baker has settled down to selling Fords has an inter planetary territory with headquareters, Mars. Diane Bailey is running a Hardware store, specializing in Chesnut Refrigerators on the Northern tip of Alaska. Ginny Banta, Joyce Zelinski, and Elona Peck are curr- ently appearing at the are a huge success. Annie Bates and Jane Annie, our President's a blue mink while Jane the Democrats get back Paladiun in London, England. They Bradley are in Washington D.C. secretary, is presently wearing is simple modeling minks till in office. Barry Becker is editing an international newspaper which is currently selling at an average of 5oo.ooo,ooo 23 copies ner day. by I ' ----he Tommy Beursken is presently doing carpentry work on the White House They're putting in a new porch whihh was designed by the great architect John Uickason, who, strangely enough, does his best work in Yankee Stadium Larry Miller, congressman hero of Axtel county, has just been chosen speaker of the House of Representatives. Tony Bodde is now secretary of Agriculture and is curr entlv preparing a formula for soil which will grow products without planting We will leave Washington for time being and turn to interplanetary relations Here we find Gordon Clauser has already traveled to the moon and is now working on a ship which will bring hhm back to earth Sandra Braun is learning how to fish and is doing so well that she has started her own company which is slowly pushing the Parsons Fish Company out of business Jack Esper is now out of the air force and is running a merchant air service between Brazll and Vermilion so that Jack Jantz can have fresh coffee beans and bananas for his J J Grocery Store Chain Kathryn Ford and her favorite piano have departed on an international tour With the Philharmonic Orchestra under the direction of Duane Knittle Dick Greenawalt and Frank Norcross, who have gone into partnership, are involved in completing plans for a foot walk across Niagra Falls Janet Fleming is starring on her own T V. show How to Eat and Like It N Following Janet's show is the most popular comedy hour ever to be produced with that lovable joker Dayton Higgins heading the cast Ethel, a happily married fanner's wife, took first prize in the Pillsbury Baking Contest which entitles her to 10,000 tax free dollars Arlo Mae and Myrna are keeping each other company while their sea faringn husbands are away Jill Jantz is now private secretary to her husband who runs Avon Lake Feed Mill She wnn't have any secretary worries Gretchen Kishman is now serving as District Attorney in charge of all fishy cases in Boston Don't ask us why Janet Iden is living a life of ease after making millions breeding cashmere cate' Vedah Hollohan, Doctor of Veterinary Medicine, and Joe Kriss, Doctor of Medicine, are working together on a new serum which will work on both animals and hu ans. Donald Kyle has finally finished Bible school and now snendl Much in her ing tg s Sundays preaching to the 'Boys to the surprise of everyone, LaDonna has followed brotha? s footsteps and spends her Sundays preach 0 rls Louise Llnsfitt is living a double life rai sing littl zgggggggs and working at the head of the Board of Admin: ,u:1i52s:n3'p:::i:im'S H M bysggtz ggzegerfected a super sonic garbage disposal run Charles L6lGh0i88P is head psychiatrist at a hospital O . n I1 0 ' ll ll 0 ni - " . an ff ' 1 n . for frustrated psychology teachers 24 10118 Mary Jo, Chloris, and Althea are operating a rest hmne for exhausted truant officers At the moment they have but two natients, Laura and Rheeta Carrol Lydic and Donna Ruetenik have gone together to form an International Girls Basketball Team Edward Marks is head welder at the Marks Welding Company Bob Mayer has specialized in growing cobless corn kernels Shirley Plested is head art editor of Janet Neuber's fashion magazine for men Doug Sheppard, the world's most feared fire bug, has kept Dave Rathbun, head forest fire fighter of the Rocky Mountains, quite busy this year Mary Ann and Judy are operating a school for cheerleaders Ted and Harvey, who struck oil in Texas, are not taking a trip around the world on a stratocruiser completely cover our National Debt Carole Smith has opened a square dance school which promises to revolutionize dancing Bob Whitaker has been chosen Mr America and is expected to be chosen Mr Universe d 1 3 Mrs Welker and Mr Schroeder, th23'f'grs?:?l'laa: :fog 5 teaching 'Second Generation' seniors 25 Patsy has at last collected enough money by donation to gy'lWW 146 my Bacn an 'x li? 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W Policy Redinger Regal Schmidt Smith ,-3393593 1,-wait Tarrant Warburton whit, wen. W1 semafl MCh.neI't I- Witt Jumor Class The Junior Class plunged into the '52 '53 year with a main objective, to raise our treasury for the Junior Senior Prom. One of the fund raising ideas was under the super vision of the candy com ittee composed of Patsy Redinger, Beverly Baynes, Sally B sch, Leroy Koachway, and Gary Flanders They donned aprons and tried their skill at making candy Exciting whispers buzzed in the air November 10th, That was the day that the class rings were ordered. A ring committee made up of Reah Warburton, Leroy Koaohway, Nancy Hehnert, and Bill Banks picked the three rings and the class voted on the one they liked the best The Junior Class chalked up another success with thliil' Play, 'Life of the Partyi The big project of the year was the Jrmior-Senior Prom and Banquet. The prom committee consisted of Pam Knittle, B111 Banks, Bernard Bodde , and Reah Warburton. 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K Weaver 'vl- Wolfe D- Wi-Orwke H Hlencke W1'd0m Killa, ,gi Y9Pk0 Beursken ophomore Class Our class officers this year are Gilbert Olah, president, Harriett Langditt, vice president, Rachel Howell secretary, and Jim Buersken, treasurer Miss Mary Chadwickmd Mr Ream, are our advisers There are 73 members in our class: 32 girls and 14.1 boys Many sophomore girls are in G A A and took part in the Super Circus given by G.A A Several of o boy's have received varsity and reserve awards for their participation in the athletic program We are very proud of our drum majorettesg Nadine Miskow, Elizabeth Shook, Peggy D,v1d, and Barbara Wright, and we can also boast of eight band members After passing through our 'wise fool' year we an looking forward, with great expectation, to being upoer classnan 30 e ' ' e e e e e e 'e ul' . . e O 2 B -nk nw- " JR mf' Allison AF Stwan vvfiw wwf Brumback i lk QL- if Cassi y 4,'i"W' ix 'Y' !d Y 4 lper 42 Hlavin of '. fir Barber lin Boone '31 wnr' 4-.ff Budka 43 ggi Cicco f' eff 'lagiin-41 1 6? 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In the beginning of the year we had a class election We elected Patty Ward as President, Glenn Fulper was elected as vice president, Henry Arnold was elected Secretary, and Larry Hartman was elected Treasurer We have not had any parties or dances planned to have a basketball concession, but by the thne we got around to ask for it, they were all gone! QThat was luck!! Glenn Fulper and Larry Bartlome, Tom Jeavons and Bob Maurer made the Reserve Basketball team. Quite a few of the Freshman girls belong to the Junior G. A. A. this year and enjoyed such activ- ities as swimming, Sandusky Play Day, taking part in Sports Night and getting into the Sport Dance free. A French Club began during the last part of the year in which Freshmen held the majority of mem- bership. 33 .1 9' ww Q 'Wh- ID P053 lurllius nw adam Y' in Blattnor Bodde urke Callahan New Clipaon G Collins 5 ik David Dav Bacuman BQ: Baynes 517 Campbell L Collins gp ahh as X' B9urskon ,uv-M Brown Q5 Sh' Carlson M-uivm gan' Cone Falls Greonhoe ."' q Gre88vdAn34 Guthr1J! R. Hafri. Biltz Brunton iwgg COPD vii.-f-H Darcy wind' 't new Finnegan W. Harris Hamrick QWE in ,-v-"""b Howell W"" wwf "' McLaughlin NP wgyf Morris PIPIODB 2 :MQ A QB 5'-on J. lin 1 1, .arf vi' uv Hendersho Hennea i' Lallathin 'llilg Marcussen J Neiding Qiziin 1 x- .Ji Piskur W A' n' U ...af- , r nf' Wu: Q mr 'Y Langfitt niv- Meckel if-in-1 JA Neuber NP Putnam f dw MQW ix Q vis Win - 1 Schmitl Shnrpnack 35 shaver in is 4JSJ Hollosy wwf Leo Meier Neuman 5105. RODIHSOD ,tw 1 L y F , 23 ' . C .4-"F Showalter stil -we -omg. Hasenflue 105 ii...-an Lutl 'BYU' Miller Noltner f Salisbury ' 2 'Q YQQQQQF ',i04X f , gpm ju B. Smith 47 Jew! 1 G smi th Strlttmather Kukes Knitf ' wav Hwy Todd Trinter Watkins Hellner Ulodarsky an in QW gg IF' gg lin :L WK,-P fwzd imk In Yelansky Jackson Kane Keith Kidd 'Kukes leads the eighth grade' read a story about class elections in an issue of last fa11's Compass 'Biff Langfitt is vice pres ident, Jim Neiding, treasurer, and Allyne Hasenflue, secretary Thus began an historic year in our lives,for when the high school moved out in February,our class became the 'lords of the jungle ' However, M Sanford had different ideas, and the Ju ior High teachers began to out the clamps on us Tragedy struck us early in March Doris Brunton, one of our members was struck down and killed on West Lake Road She was a fairly new member, as she had enrolled with us in December David Guthrie Lallathin represent our class in the school band , Phyllis Jackson, Marilyn Hollosy, and Delbert Mr Braden sponsored our ju ior high basketball team, and th! following boys were out for practice Andreas, Baynes, David, Guthrie, Keith, Kidd, Kane, Mamrick, Lallathin, Langfitt, Lutz, Miller, Meckel, J Neiding, Parsons, Putnam, Sharpnack, Showalter and Schmitz Miss Stukey and Mr. Ullman were our advisers. We are eagerly looking forward to next September when it will be our turn to move into the new school. 36 x fy 'V I w 1 YQQWWLQ A 'U' steve ee, , e e A r as .,.. f . 4. - W e n 'f .. f W n "' -1- A J if .,,. 'if' Y ,J ' 0 gig s? -. 'Q I , , M H lgggy V , ,. e Q , I Q Q . 0 ' on e Pe ' Q e 31 e e 5 e e O I I e 1 Abel an lim Bates 1-C Bogart 'nk Lln My Cornell Z www ID' W2 I 'g K -F3 A. Farrell Q 2' asa, an Wim CQ 'lf' fp-:uni-eg Adkins Anderson :VM Eaumhart H Black WH li? 0096 Bradley 13 if H5 val? fn.-I Calka npbell Day Dlllman 5 awf S Az 43h . .,, 'll Alf" 'IP' fq'Qw 4 Q wig Friday 37 Gendics il 525 n W '23 Ault Baile? an ah, Q is new 45' M Black Blair ,nv Buell Combs Copeland 40? I Ah dl? Esper 1115 4, ' 'ii.4. iii., Al 42? . lfl 'Nl l' 1 X.- Goolsby Hluff ' , - 1 fi? f' 5 , . ,V 5 S , V 1, if 4' 4 X -url A ' ' ELL I A 2 51 ' A l all fa! fr- 7' J lE?Wg A we qyk AV A -L V ,, V VQVeg V I V QVV, I N V Q f Q' -T .. 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R Smith Smith fC wr 411' -.fx -f C Stone Stone My inn W1 if Ni' Tansey Tbdd is fggw Ashe AJ M Tremain Troxel Turzt 45 lls :wy" cv" Q E62 , ..,: , Q b N ,W ,M H' 3 A gem M- W' -f f - 'in :?ii N, ' , I V :,... V :gy ' K 32 .:1QQg+ MMM Q Z' xwif ei SN J4!K i r , .. f , N1 ' ' S ' , Ab Q m -H :'Q f I ' I , " . Q, w t , ' Y K 1 if 3913 ' :Z X Y J , A r k ' Mah E V 23? 'Ir K'. N-R ' fe-'Apu M W wrke W 1 7 'T ' , A' f ' ' p " i . , A I ,WT sv ' , .5 K qu L 9g . ' . , 1 ' . , W 4 W w I ' H 1 Y. 1' 4 W N l 4 I v x 5 Q X-7 ' Q f Q, ,g 4, ,..' V I nal K ms 'Q mana may A. A 4 . . S ne , b I . ww K E ki ' 4,, . . .L r A Z. 5 4, j 1 W 2 A A ' V , ' , H s Y S. 4 ' k as , , 1, ,, X M 'gh , of if ' sd- ,qnf H y 251, Y f' may in , 1 --' if new - J . . I V V .- - W .nl e A1 nl'-of In If Q3 get ' .1 ' Q1 an ' og?" 'W 9' f f 'wr .Q ,,' 4 " we-,asm . 1, fe' A 2 an I v 525' M K Q , j ' . 1 1 i I- 1' 5,4 .fi f ' , -- ., W Q , f. Ugx ,nm wav-N Lg, d' 'nw I ' id t A ' ' , g 1 I A K, MM 5 .Ati fm? I J, an 'V N ' V, ' 'M ' YA ' ' ' W -f W ' W ' 'Vw' d.rf v fd ew f , e 39 -if W Aa 4 Weldon W ,,, Weir JI lib 'wal' Sipos ll Nia Sobiech W1 wma L to V Tbdi R' ,aff I Walker X2 41-v Whee er D Smith btiglan Ji Sin Stransky gp is A Tompson an in ...A Ward 410191- 'G' 'NP White Widdowson willigms Wilson eventh Grade This has been a turning point in our lives because we are now in Junior High The year started out by electing officers who were Jerry Martin, president, George Gendics, secretary, and David Price, treasurer They are fulfilling their job well Every year always brings new pupils and the ones who came this year are Charles Stone from Califor nia, Jerry Smith from Alabama, Demond Blair from Alabama, Joe Hennes from Lorain, Roberta Mayfield from West Virginia, Betty Lemon from Huron, Jean ette West from Lorain, and Barbara Rowland from su ny Florida Our band has been doing very well this year and 7th graders who are taking band lessons are Joyce Goolsby, Kathleen Buell, Barbara Ellis, June Kubish k Ernest Mason, David Dickerhoff, and Charles they will be in the band soon The Variety Show this year was a great success and the following 7th graders had a part in it Frank Stiglin, Tbmmy Sanford, Johnny Hoffmen,Charles Kyle, Richard Berryman, and Gary Bradley The girls were Rita Avery, Junne Plested, ferry Mart1n,Mary Sobiech, Barbara Rowland, Suzanne Burch and June Kubishke The 7th grade girls looked forward to Girls' Sport Night, and were anxious and excited about who would be selected for it Those who were chosen to take part in tumbling were Linda Mlskow, Jerry Martin, Rita Avery, Dena Kubischke and Mary Sobiech Our advisers this year were Mr Utter, Mr Peck and Mrs Banks 40 . I Q V . Kyle. They have been practicing hard and we hope O 0 20 This year the Vermilion High School Band stepped onto the field wearing their brand new purple and gold uni forms They performed various formations that were en tirely new and different P T A sponsored the drive to raise funds for the new uniforms this year The band played for all the home football games. They also traveled to Sandusky to play for the Political Rally last fall. At the close of basketball season, a combination of the Vermilion, Huron and the Erie County Band played at the Firelands League Basketball Tournament. Music was also provided for the dedication of our new High School. On Decoration Day, the band plus the majorettes will march in Vermilion and several other neighboring commu- nities. The band and majorettes were u der the direction of Mr. Hoffman. 41 Bradley, Mehnert, Wright, Miskow, David, and Shook Russell, Wiseman, Gendics, Rugg10Sn Boone HAJORETTES The Vennilion Band began the school year 52 53 with a completely new line of high steppers. The young lady who led the band was Nadine Miskow with Jane Bradley, Nancy Mehnert, Peggy David, Barbara Wright and Elizabeth Shook doing the fancy twirls and dance steps Performances by the majorettes were given at all home football games. At the basketball tournament in San .dusky, they did a top hat and tap routine which was a fine example of what they have been doing. On April 12, they did several new routines for the dedication of the new High School. Both the band and the majorettes marched for the celebration of Decoration Day. 42 First row: Greenswa1t,Buehr1ng,Ansstus,Beursken,Kobss, Bue11,Knitt1e,Rsthbu ,Baksr,Bschmsn, and Banks: Third row Greens,P1skur,Vick,Hhitskre,F1snders, Greenawalt, and Gresnswaltx Fourth row Smith Cro11,Miskow,Lee, and Stsrstt BOYS GLEE CLUB Boys Glee Club consists of Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors. They met once s week this yssr on Wednesdays. The period was spent doing bsrbershop harmony both in lsrgs and small groups. A11 of their work was directed by Miss Kovsnic. 43 Jsckson,Esper, and Miss Kovsnicx Second row: Bentley, . 3 , I First row Miss Kovan1c,B adley,Hehnert,Langfitt, Ries, Jantz, Langfitt,Starnes,F1em1ng,Beurskeu, and MacDouga1x Second row: Wo1fe,Morr1s,W1sedom,Howe1l,Bodde, Jones,Shook,Kish an,Wr1ght, David, Third rows Calvert,Sm1th,Ba1ley,Bates,Sm1th,Ford,Po11cy, Farrell,Arnold,W1senan,Agnew, and Redinger Fourth row Stock man,Wienke Rogal,U1enke,Hal1,Huttenlocker,Baker,Baynes,Busch, w1ru,DlrcrKo11er, and H01-ton Fifth row Nuevo:-, Showalter, Radosevich, Peck,Ze11nski,Banta,McKern,Lyd1c,and Knittlez Sixth row. Stransky,Kish an,Miskow,Pr1ce,Cape11e,Ho11ahan, Ruetenik,W1odarsky, and Stark: irI's lee Club Girls' Glee Club, which included sophomores, juniors, and seniors, met once a week on Tuesday this year. The girls rehearsed for Varsity Choir and continued their work with the two tries. A11 vocal work done by the girls was under the able direction of Miss Adele Kovanic. 44 i First row Miss Kovsnic,Langf1tt,Jantz,Re1s,Bai1ey, Hehnert,Warburton,Lmngfitt,Redinger,Ford,Knitt1e, Roga1,Neuber,Horton,Uiseman,W1tt,Ko11er,Agnew Third row Showalter,Peck,Radosevich,Ze1insk1,Banta, Busch,Baynes,W1encke,Mo11ahan,Ruetenik,Kishman, Stransky,Cappe11e Fourth row Anastas,Greenewa1t, Smith,Croll,Vick,Whitakre,F1anders,Greenawa1t,Green- awalt: Fifth row: Bentley,Greene,P1skur,Lee Sterrett, VARSITY CHOIR Varsity Choir was composed largely of Juniors and Seniors. They met Friday of each week during the past yilre A program entitled nl Remember Christmas was pre- sented on December . The choir also presented a spring program and sang for the dedication of the new High School. All programs were under the direction of Miss Adele Kovanics 45 Darcy: Second row: W1odarsky,Lyd1c,Smith,Bates, ' I 50' 4- 'S E1 2 mcjf' JSSF' 4' Pleated Batos,Ford Bradley, Miner, Peck W10 dura ky. Smith Annual faff X 9954-'ff'7" W J 0 -C1 Greenawalt Bai1ey,Rustenik Wright Smith Radoaevich Neuber Plested Norcross Greonawalt ?'? 62- Qgii ,f !r, fq 'qlegll Qsmfgh 1 4f !!', ,N i .7. r Agh ,4, fvob' 1 0-it Qqxdg cab 0 A gs -in , x::' 4. x . F83 ' g k 7 ,, ,, 7 51364, M .3 I a Q Q ,,rr' ' FQEQS QH: " ' J Wi' c lg? Le Seated: Smith, Lydic, Peck, Kishman, Plested, Langfitt, Greenawalt Standing: Bailey, Greenawalt, Ford, Neuber, Bates, Bradley, Billy, Agnew, Becker, Ries, Smith, Stransky, Esper, AnaSt8S, Norcross ,. IHECOMPASS 'Will this story make a rating at Bowling Green?" was the constant thought of the Compass Staff as they worked diligently to produce the school paper this year, but as this goes to press details of the annual Northwest Ohio Journalism Convention are not available Gretchen Kishman served as editor, with the following page editors assisting Louise Langfitt, front, Carrol Lydic, sports, Shirley Plested, editorial, and Carole Smith and Elena Peck, features Dick Greenawalt was business manager Other members of the staff included Frank Norcross, Jack Esper, Pat Stransky Mary Jo Smith, Chloris Ries, Barry Becker, Connie Agnew, Arlo Mae Haber, Jane Brad ley, Diane Bailey, Janet Neuber, and Kathryn Ford Pam Knittle, Mike Anastas, and Diane Rathbun were the three members of the lower classes who were also on the staff, and photographs were contributed by Bob Greenawalt and Gordon Clauser Gretchen Kishman attended the school newspaper work shop at Ohio University 47 First Row Kisnman, Haynes, Koller, Zelinskl, Peck Second Row: Smith, Darcy, Mehnert, Miss Chadwick, Radosevich, Lydic, Knlttle, Arnold Third Row: Neuber, Bates, Anastas, Bentley, Kobza, B Bodde, ' U Il National Honor oouety The National Honor Society was very active this year. They counted sales tax stamps religiously and redeemed enough to finance the purchase of a new bulletin board for the new high school. They adopted a family for 'Give a Christmas and con tributed towards the Netherlands Relief Fund. The organization enjoyed numerous social activ ities. They attended the Heidelberg-Case football game at Tiffing attended He1de1berg's presenta tion of the Messiahgattended a town council meet ing: enjoyed their annual Christmas party, enter tained visiting Societies from Huron and Margar etta, and traveled to Cleveland to see a play. There are 30 members in the organization this year. The officers were Sonia Radosevich, pres identg Joyce Zelinski, vice - presidentg Richard Greenawalt, treasurerg and Carrol Lydic, secre tary. 48 A First row Banta,Miskow,Hehnert,Bradley,Busch,Darcy,Baynes, Koller, and Arnold: Second rw Strsnsky,K1shman,Agnew,Stark MacDougall,MacDouga11,Marks,McKern, and Farrell Third new Banks,Bent1ey,Greenawalt,W1tt,Huttenlocker,Peck,Plested, Rueten1k,McKern,Kobza,Anastas, and Miss Toby Dramahcs Club The Vermilion Drmmatics Club is now in its second year The members are sophomores, jun1ors,and seniors, factory trial performance Qfficers are: Jane Bradley, president, Sally Busch vice president, Nancy Mehnert, secretary, and Barbara Darcy, treasurer Miss Toby is faculty advisor The club presented a group of one act plays this year, as well as a radio skit and a play at Christmas time for the student body A nu bsr of the members attended the Northwest Drama Festival it Bowling Green in March Regular meeting time ts the third Tuesday of the month I 49 I Sophomores are admitted upon presentation of a satis- LIBRARY CLUB Seated Neuber, Redinger, Boursken, and Miskow. Standing: Arnold, Miss Chadwick, Ries, Morris, Farrell, Smith, and Stransky. STUDENT ASSEMBLY Hartman, Lee, Black, Croll, Beursken, Boddo, Lenhart, Gebhardt Miskow, Smith, Baynes, Greenawalt. Koller, Radosevich, Pleated, LaCourse 50 V A , a fat STUDENT GOVERNMENT This year the Student Government is composed of high school students only This division was neces sary as the new school was put in use. The Student Government is composed of a council and as assembly Four boards, the pres1dent,and the secretary make up the student assembly These boards are Arts,Ath1et1c,Citizenship, and the Social Board. The cou cil is made up of the president, secretary , and the chairman of each board It is the mMw'of the Student Government to pro mote better student cooperation, good citizenship and student teacher cooperation The president, vice president, and the secretary are chosen by the student body They are Richard Greenawalt, Sonia Radosevich, Beverly Baynes The other members of this organization are elected by the Lubrary Club The Library Club was organized under the direction of Miss Annie Chadwick The following people served as officers Janet Neuber, president, Pat Stransky, vice president, and Alice Arnold served as the sec retary and treasurer There are fifteen members Any librarians who are interested may belong to the club Regular monthly meetings are held the first Thursday of every month. This group participated in many actilv ities through out the year They took part in the Erie County Tour nament, and has charge of one of the basketball con cessions They also had the big job of moving and separating all of the books from the library in the old school to the nlw school 51 0 0 various classes which they are to represent. I C O mcfwiagg First row Schmidt, bmith, J Hauff, Weir, Bachman, Second row R Maurer, Arnold, Lengyel, Lehky, A Mayer, Fleming, Kubischke, Emen, Mollohan, Third row Mr Tuttle, Smith, Bates, P Mayer, G Maurer, Buehring, Niggle, R Mayer, Bodde, Miller, R Hauff, G Beursken, J Beursken FFA The Vermilion chapter of the F F A had another busy year In addition to the work which they did in class, they took several field trips, and attended the National Junior Vegetable Growers convention in Cleveland in December. The Parliamentary Procedure team placed second in the con- test held at Berlin Heights. Greenhand and Second degree initiation will be held after Easter. The F. F. A. acted as purchasing agent for coke and candy which school organizations sold at the athletic events. Tbny Bodde served as president this yearg Bob Mayer, vice- presidentg Paul Mayer, sentinel, Larry Miller, reporter, Ronald Buehring, secretary, and Gerhardt Beursken, treas- urer. Mr. Tuttle was faculty aponsor. 52 A QM 51,1 ,,f,k'w ' ' K r 2 1 . ., ' f A' 5' f -fl G -l , . a""""W+1w'W.:,,,n,, MM . O 0 o C O Q . O C O O O I O O I O o e e e Football Team X Croll, Eaper, Shappu-d,wn1wnr oi' Q09 Jlntz, Rlthbim, D Knittle, D009 cared' Bun' Greenawalt 1dhg180T9 Brow!! 53 Hillman, 31590 J ack Cas sidy udkd Tp man, BQXI1' skin' J im summon , Snittlo, Jeavons, Smith, 018.21 Killen, Hartman, Lydic, L. Knittle Saba oxel t0n1ke Football Hlstory The Sailors took their initial game against the Wakeman Rough Riders, but that was their lone entry in the win column for the season On successive week ends they dropped to Margaretta, Oberlin, Clearview, New London, Huron, Amherst and Lor ain St Mary's The Margaretta game was a particular heart breaker to lose, for the Sailors were leading by the score of 12 7 with 5 seconds to go when the Polar Bears snagged a pass and ran for their second score Graduation hits the ranks of Varsity men hard, for hanging up their purple and gold uniforms for good are Jantz, Leidheiser, Whitaker, Knittle, Rathbun, Esper, Greenawalt, Sheppard and Lee Cheer eaders Left: Reah Warburton and Sally Busch Below: Pam Knittle, Elona Peck, Judy Wright, Mary Ann Wlodarsky, Carrol Lydic, Joyce Zelinski and Donna Rue Graduation will hit the ranks of the Varsity cheerlead ers hard this year. Lydic, Peck, Wlodar sky, Ruetenik , Wright, and Zelinski are all seniors Knittle is the only Junior on the Var sity squad Reser ves Reah Warburton and Sally Busch will be on hand next year for soots the Varsity, and compe tition among the lower classmen is keen for soots the cheer leading squad 54 --iw' first row: White, Parsons, Lee, Gergel, Vick second row Uhatley, Baker, Knittle, Leidheiser, Bodde, Hiskoq,sQro11 Basketball A season's record of nine wins and nine loss to be only a 'fair' season Hat take a look at the above picture and you'l1 see a bunch of boys who gave the fans real thrills in all the games These boys played every game for fun, but every game to win bometimes there were heartbreaking losses intshe last minute of play or over times For instance, the first tournament game the boys closed a halt thme lead of 22 points to a tie in the last twenty seconds only to lose by two points That kind of ball is more than a 'fair' season! The eight seniors leaving the squad this year are Tbny Bodde, Dick Baker, Harvey Vick, B111 Lee, Duane Knittle, Richard Parsons,cnuck neidhsiser, and Ted Uhatley. The material remaining for next year's squad is high pointman, Bob Croll, six foot four inch Dennis Miskow, sure fire long shot Bruce White , dead eye Dick Gergel, and several promising reserve artists. 55 Jumor Varsliy Basketball 0 Bpfvm Bartlome ulpeb N0 F Eb okay Knittle Milla' Flanders Lenhart Dillman gufyx mln 18819 These are most of the boys who were on the Reserve Basketball Squad this year High point in the year for them was their sur rising upset in the first round of the eserve Tournament, when they defeated Berlin Heights hl no They bowed out to the Margaretta Reserves the next night, rant since the most of than are freshmen and sophomores the f t f VHS look good., u ure ortunes of 56 bell Sheppard, Leidheiser Parsons Whitaker, Vick Whatley, Esper Troxel, Baker Lee, Bodde Rogers, White Jeavons, Hiskow Olah Beursken Schroeder Braden Ullmdn Greenawalt, Rathbu Knittle Jantz Smith, Riggleman Croll, Black Gersel. Dlllman Maurer Koachway arsity Club to those boys who have earned their varsity letter through their participation in our school program of interscholastic athletics, or the service they have given as is limited managers of the school teams. The Coaches serve as faculty sponsors of the organization. 57 A , AQ Ex h p as first row: Bailey, Plested, Bradley, Warburton, M.hnUrtn Langfitt, Ries, Jantz: second row: Smith, Banta, H. Smith, Banes, Koller, Agnew, Knittle, Horton 2 third row: Peck, Ruetenik, Capell, Stransky, Lydic, Ulodarsky, Zelinski, Radosevich, and Wright: GAR This year the Girls' Athletic Association was divided into two groups because of the large number There were twenty five in the senior group which met Thursday evenings and to par ticipate in various sports activities The activities this year were many and varied The group went swimming each month at the San dusky Junior High pool All the girls had'Splash ing goodn times They helped sponsor'Gir1s Sports Nightn, with the idea of having a Circus The final event of the year was the banquet when the senior members were honored Awards were made at this time The officers for the year were Elona Peck, president, Joyce Zelinski, vice president, and Beverly Baynes, secretary treasurer 58 .MQQQ rms., ,,,,,,9""N'xX M 9 A21-""Q M-'X""fn Q 4414... .W ,M MW sf' QPKCQW S? Viv uC"'s JUN! 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