Vermilion High School - Log Yearbook (Vermilion, OH)

 - Class of 1964

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Jeffrey, Mr. George Wakefield, Mr. Woodrow Wheeler, and Mr. F. I. Wilson Roger Watkins gf- Dean of Boys Allene Payton Dean of Girls Facult at . , c h s-of I . Jack Armstrong Marie Brian John Brunton William Burt Annie Chadwick Eng., Speech Girls' Phys. Ed. Shop Band Librarian V x. ,i xW 'L ,i : - S H C- ' ' X L S 'Nu It I. A hi ' 94, f' 1 A . S' 131154 .- ,,-PX What'S going On between DOC and Mrs. Payton? Mary Chadwick Michael chambers Jean Dehnel French Shop Eng1iSh ' Q. W' 5 ' a 1 90 x V ' 1 ' 3- ' .I A 4 ..f.', W4 A A: . Christmas decorations attract teachers. Connie Dropko Larry Firestine Ann Frizzi Librarian Mathematics Spanish I Y 5 t Helen Grob Home Economics Sharon Hept Mathematics Richard Hunt Biology, Health Adele Kovanic Vocal Music A teacher needs a Richard Masin Mechanical Drawing Thomas Monaghan Science Joe Murray English Jane Pinkney English, Composition Robert Pitts English Walter Proznick English Howard Ream Physics, Chemistry Marilyn Rundle Art 1 ter a long day. Sarah Welker Business Education Edwin Ziemke Phys. Ed. Delaures Hoffman Secretary Marie Tansey Secretary 3 1 fl Q, 1,-if - l srl V iff.. L - L.-Ai ,A ,A Eugene Sanders Social Studies Lorna Schroeder English, Latin Terry Sfnith Social Studies Harold Welker Social Studies WX 'v at E 42? 1 1 , . U., , V , S if ' x pa-I it 'WN -I 1 -'in f uc ni' tux .1 3, . Q5 , L5 , 13351, ll ' 1 v 'f 2' X Ibn? A ' it 'T x , '1 I-situ-if . -- ,, UE?-E 1 .J i 1' "J, . 4 J E j' .'?f 7" 1 . W , .K X V, xy- X .s:"r'. -X Q53 fl . e.f!-TSYLL .ul .--,, fi ...,, . , .4'..7fZ'i"'7'7' 21 311-:f+5""'-.fb ---g1Y.KT-."f'1:::Jw- if WM.. . ,,f. - 1. .-. -' !.w:'.- . .1 -V A -1-:cr . '5 X E ,x '-as .l A"- W 5? kddxqrw Y Q ERCLASSMEIQI 9 I , Ili? M 4 QV 4..- X .. Freshmen Officers: Treasurer-Eilene Bartlett g Secretary- Ellen Trinter 5 Vice- President-Doug Springer President-Keith Siebert if'- Q-nf-N .-.......,,,, No, kiddies. This is not an elephas maximus. Marie Agen Patricia Alheit James Allen Robert Allison Jo Ann Anderson 4.,,.-. V . I, ,fx 1 -r, ' 'l:FjJ"'.'..i'VL I, 4 , .Nami . Linda Barlow Eileen Bartlett Linda Bentley Phyllis Bentley Marsha Billingsley 6 I 4 rg-Q 1 I1 'N ,X i I " ,lr .17 1 as N0 PHOTO AVAILABLE NO PHOTO AVAILABLE ffl 2 E 'Ti ll lx ik , . N 'izv 4-. J I' KV, I tl 5 , W. 1 PHOTO NOT AVAILABLE Nancy Ayars Elizabeth Bachman Susan Backus William Baker John Bard 1 . ' Lf , f' 5 xx f. - ' fx , .-3 fn 'I 5.7 ? if V 'yall ' '..'1 fs: Willis Blinzley , Joseph Boyd Sandy Boyd Wallace Boyd Jerry Brothers 'I W l 'r X, , it f Jl vlf 1 I 'I ,ffl '- Wlwxzg ,ng 3-ga , ,I .. ,Q 4? PHOTO NOT AVAILABLE 'l':'TI!A .IY4 A - if r .U I, .-in 'L David Brown 5 ' A f ' , i David Browning Q Q' X 3 , 'A W Q , Clifford Buchosh I-'f 2 -1 ,1 if ' Karl Burch A I 'V M- ' X Robert Calvey H I1 1 ,1 FRI NRA N: A a 2' 153151 z . in ' W I I if 4 Vincent Congregane Barbara Cunningham Shirley Cunningham -.2 Linda Cyrek U John Davis Q, I -- .. .5-1. 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Bruce DeLong Tyrone Derrow Ronald Dickel Larry Dickerhoff John Diehl ,f ' f-4 ,5 Marilyn Esper- Michael Faviniak Wayne Fellenstein Dana Forcum Cynthia Foster Gary Goodwin Richard Gorbach Timothy Gorman Sue Gorsuch Glenn Graves 'Qi -,f Sandra Hamner Peggy Harper Peter Hart John Hasenflue James Hatch v 5. 'E KQQNEEUS K I QC: K SORRY' NO PHOTO Douglas Haynes Candace Heading Karen Heatley Kevin Horn Judith Horning 'fl ,., 9.1, 1 J 'W , J tl V 19.-.. " ' . , 'fe Gif., ft -43?-if 141 .1 1 rm 1 A Y ,E Il rv ,M 1 nv. t ' , , x. 'if -L. Dennis Johnson Roberta Johnson Jacquelyn Jones Nancy Karcher Linda Kayser K Betty Kirby Penny Kishman Lonnie Kirby Ellen Koachway John Kotora William Lewis James Life Larry Lunceford William Lyon Marion McClain S? x f' , vi' 'V 1 : jQ"'v 5 1 : V f I -f'ff an Jw f I 1 1 hi V V l ,, f' f-1-, -. .rr . gp 1 - ,. ,cv ,,-,Q-, '-1 y 505350, M it .Z 1 'v' 1 if .s' yr , J X ' x x,,-,, .TQ A k . 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' 'F- A "s I. - !"'- PHOTO NOT AVAILABLE This year's freshmen had an unusual effect on Adviser Jerry Martin. Q. f Kenneth Tansey Frank Tansey Fred Taylor Sandra Thompson Barbara Teasler moto Nor AVAILABLE 44 f EQ Barbara Warner Nancy Weaver James Welker Robert West Thomas West . --J' R Jennifer Young Debble Zerad ka, V1 Judith Younger M, v Nga, il , , T ij T ai-L Q-3? .vu H 4 ,551 PHOTO NOT AVAILABLE Sophomores Left to Right: Patty Creel, Treasurerg Judy Mays, Secretaryg Robert Clark, Presidentg Judy May, Vice- President ,V - ---1.-,Y , EW? iz 4 .' . .' --' W -, w,.' -I f Lf ,.. x s Y. 5 t HERE is where Ilost my heel! "1 : 'A ,1-,--'Cl ..-Jifjivl ., , vt, Zif- 1,21 L 1 1 ' , nj . f, ' ,Il , 1 - II ,U 3. Q In ',0'!ViI,,,.iII.P'E I I I we I is f X rw. ' I I I 3 Loren Bachman Melvin Bachman Joyce Baldwin Judith Bassnett James Bell v,. e:',',- ,: .L I I I Y I Z- ., Patsy Cassidy , y Frank Catalano ' b I Elinor Clark -'P , Linda Clark , . Robert Clark J- .. , , if H' I 4? 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Kathryn Sackett Bonnie Sahr Barbara Sammons Lawrence Schafer Sharon Schroeder Thomas Silsby Marlene Simpson Barbara Smith David Smith Patricia Smith .X Xt- 1 si 21 'ZS' Nancy Thorns William Thompson Mary Tingler Mary Ellen Troxel Garry Van Cleff Karen Weaver Barbara Wells Raymond Wells Carol Wharton Noel Whitten my Too 'BUSY fd, N V " AE' XE A SENT - -- PHOTO N01 PHOTO NOT AVAILABLE AVAILABLE Charlotte Younger Ann Yurovich Carol Yurocich Dale Zaletel Robert Zickefoose A 54, f sk NO PHOTO AVAILABLE :jg ', ' ' if Niall ,,- , l l , L rn' V 1-- , iw - ara 1 f f ' 4' f NO PHoTo ri' 1 1 13 . Abunl when ic rn were ma a Q 'LL' , x PHOTO NOT AVAILABLE 1 , yy 1--3 , ,Aja-ff. - V L T K AVAILABLE 9? fue V L, l ut? ,Vv vw' W1 ,ff 4, .lfgwf PHOTO Nor AVAILABLE n+' Clareta Strehle Dan Strick Gail Swett Ronald Tansey Allen Thomas 'Q PHOTO No! Avuilublc Linda Villa Ted Wakefield Dan Walker Ted Ward Dayle Washtak 3 V I L ff ,v. ,,!f, ,Q . 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It's another one of those days. . . 1.4 3 ,x'r, aw onyx' 'Q Rmb ' K xv- x-,P- . ',:'. Rf.: gr 1. ' '- A ls' X, 9 'ki Q ixi xi! '1 iz - R . 4 1 ' ,, --. ,, xx 1, ,. 2 N 2 .. V az Q .- w 'Y' 5 KKK ' Iv. N K 4 . IQ x l":'NQe ,M aol "avi -1"' ,pl v ,Adel sf U..-,lg-lj LQQ. rv, f,. 'A ,,:g,f+ v vb' -x X 'la'x -1- 5?-of Nu' X X I .,...a, -.-....--- ! If l ff 1' ,-' , A ..-,lf---6' ,. J ,,. 1 ' --1' y 1, --' 7 ACTIVHES 2 s I I 4 1... ,L.. "7'."r First Row left to right Cheryl King, Debbie Zerad Pat Ayars, Wakefield, Jim Schisler, Moacir Leite, Kernie Kostrub, Mike Judy Greene Sandy Phengar Georgeann Hall Sharon Schroeder, Smith, Bill Beursken, Jeff Goodridge, Bruce Miskow, KenRisdon, Diane Sherlock Second Row Peter Hart Rick Sedensky, Read Mr. Harold Welker. Student Council, Vermilion High's busiest service organization, has really been on the ball this year. Under the leadership of Mr. Harold Welker and president, Kernie Kostrub, it has conducted several assemblies, promoted the Christmas Seal Drive, and organized the Lakeland Conference Student Council. It has sent representatives to the National and state Student Council conven- tions, to workshops at Ohio University and Kent State University, and to the Mock Convention at Oberlin. It presented an orientation program for the freshmen, built shelves for books in the cafeteria and exchanged representatives with members of Student Councils from other schools. Vermilion hosts a Lakeland Conference meeting. Mr. Schroeder, Faculty, Students . . . -. .ml Athletic Committee Sitting: Diane Mays, Gayle Hackbush, Pat Smith, Barb Warner. Standing: Ron Palmer, X Ron Griffith, Dale Zaletel, David Moes. Social Committee Sitting: Robbie Grindlay, Sherry Akers, Linda Wood. Standing: Dan Williams, Rob Pierce, Ted Wakefield, Kevin Horn, Mr. Terry Smith. Qeciv lt., ,ii A, H - , -,...,,-,,T-,,.,N..- ' 'A ' i a . rf -tie, -, ig . Assembl Committee Sitting: Carl Burch, Kathy Maiden, Carol Radde, Linda Lenhart. Standing: Mr. Robert Pitts, Bill Kishrnan, Mr. Joe Murray. -t' ' Q7 il U . F4 , , JI tif W7 P Y' "mf 3. .. , ., ' Ma i , s 1 ' ' I U ff 5.x rv? . .f T' -'fi w-, NA':f , 'Q J! 'D V X , 4? 7 First Row: Mary Ann Repic, Carolyn Trinter, Sandi Pheneger, Janice Herchler, Ruth Bauman, John Foster, Moacir Leite, Bob Diane Horvat, Bobbie Kneisel, Cheryl Hammon, Marsha Williams, Kay, Jim Schisler. Georgeann Hall, Rosie Kovacs, Kathy King. Third Row: Tom Roberts, Tom Siebert, Jack Schisler, Read Wake- Second Row: Dale McCullough, Bob Kimmick, Pat Ayers, Nancy field, Roger Pryor, Kernie Kostrub, Joe Payton, Bob Johnston, Ken Ludlow, Ann Schroeder, Shirley Lucas, Nancy Edmonson, Linda.Cook, Risdon, Dan Dropko, David Prieur. ational Y Honor t Society 1 uf- il Officers: Joe Payton, President, Ruth Bauman, Vice President, Mary Ann Repic, Secretary, Rosie Kovacs, Treasurer. Consisting solely of Juniors and Seniors, Ver- mi1ion's National Honor Society was one of the top organizations during the school year. One of the highlights of the year was the Christmas Party, held in the school library. VHS students became aware of the worthfulness of this group when it contributed the noon-time movies. ,X :L ,. H' F359 .. "" if 'ld iw- N V X Q J. V , 4 f l ?3W,"f ' ' f?,iff?"' . 1 4 - f 2 ,gl ', A tix.. fr 1 4 , ji ,pi 2.5! bij" 5 ,".' - '- ' L :CE.ue.,1 'x my Dominique, 'nique, 'nique . . . "Aren't these pretty pictures?" d.lfi'Fl7! F Miss Mary gets inthe right Christmas spirit. i 1 A' , .y n J X I X . 5 , I . Seated: Eleanor Clark, Barbara Smith, Carolyn Koachway, Linda Clark, Dorothy Roberts, Barbara Helbig, Linda Kuntz, Bobbie Davis. Standing: Judy Bassnett, Lucy Havrilla, Sharon Schroeder, Pat Smith, Nancy Thoms, Jim Luby, Charles Settle, George Goswick, Pat Creel, Gail Swett, Bonnie Zahr, Mrs. Liston, advisor. Officers: Molly Gleason, President, Nancy Thoms, Vice President, Jim Luby, Secretary, G e o r g e Gos- wick, Tr easur er, Mrs. Nancy Liston, Advisor. The twenty-one mem- bers of National Junior Honor Society had as their main project the coat checkroom at all h o m e basketball games. For their January meeting, the club visited the Western Reserve HistoricalMu- seum in Cleveland. Twenty- nine provisional members were initiated at the Jan- uary meeting. ational Junior C Honor Society if ig, -E KS 2-: ni 4- sit A ,i-.ig in rf: lf 'Z ", fff . I ' 35 Barb Helbig and Molly Gleason check coats. First row, Bonnie Greenwood, Karen Robinson, Pat Ayars, Sharon Zaletel, Ruth Bauman, Ann Schroeder, Nancy Edmondson, Judy Bassnett, Second row, Gail Swett, Barbara Smith, Bonnie Zahr, Madelyn Dorton, Sandra Pheneger, Donna Holbrook, Kathy Sackett, Dorothy Roberts, Indra Anderson, Barbara Sammons. American Third row, Mary Berk, Nancy Ayars, Debbie Pinkney, Debbie Zerad, Linda Clark, Diane Sherlock, Carolyn Koachway, Diane Smith, Linda Cook, Marsha Williams, Forth row, Read Wakefield, Kernie Kostrub, Joe Payton, Mike Trinter, Keith Siebert, Mike Bassnett, Jack Schisler, Mike Hoffman. Field S 0 AFS Decorating Committee decorate a display case. This year the land the VHS chapter of American Field Service became well- acquainted with Brazil through their friendship with Moacir Leite, AFS stu- dent from Salvador, Brazil. The pur- pose of the club was to help Moacir adjust to his new surroundings and school life and to create an interest in the AFS program among the VHS student body. Roy Josephson was chosen as VHS's AFS candidate. .A -.4 4 1 f , , f. 1 f- Q. if ikrqv g ,N , li p js J' ,niii .Y-1F ' A ! D Moacir Leite shows Mrs. Pinkney, faculty AFS adviser, and Diane Sherlock, visiting student from Montcalm, England, his home town in Brazil. g V S's Touch Moacir discusses a physics problem with his classmates. birthday party. Mn 'A'-I fr. Moacir and Sharon Zaletel exchange respective state flags. Moacir sings a Brazilian folk song. of Brazil iii! 42" iii H fifiiu Moacir cuts his cake at a surprise Activity period dance Could you imagine a common thing like snow being an adventure? Well, it was for Moacir Leite our A. F.S. student from Salvador, Brazil. To VHS he brought Brazilian songs, ideas, and a smile. He took home American songs, new ideas, memories of life with the Richard Koontz family, and memories of VHS life. All who lmew Mo will always remember him as one of the friendly seniors of 1964. Seated Sharon Zaletel Nancy Ludlow Mary Ann Repic Karen Robinson, Linda Clark, Diane Standing Eric Furgason Ann Schroeder Shirley Lucas Carolyn Trinter, Sandy Pheneger, Bob Johnston Mike Trinter Joe Payto Kern1eKostrub Richard Long, Ken Risdon, Donna Holbrook, Quiz Bee The club that works the hardest and has a lot of fun at the same time is Quiz Bee, Every Thursday the members-between mouth- fuls of donuts, cookies, and punch-take Time tests and try to memorize who executed the latest coup d'etat and who the newest dictator is. For fun they go to smorgasbords and plays. After they beat the teachers in a current events assembly, they will be on the radio station WLEC for aLake1and Conference contest. Their goal for the year is the Lake- land Conference trophy. in , nr ---'11'5s..... 1 Assemblie What do you mean I need a haircut, "Doc"? The underclassmen stand in respect for the seniors as they enter the assembly. fabovej "Trick or treat?" Dr. George Mathes speaks to V.H.S. on the topic "Where are you going from here?" C5 qi-lv 2 Q4 , if First Row: Linda Villa, Lola Hall, Lucy Havrilla, Barbara Smith, Roberta Kneisel, Barbara Sammons . Second Row: Barbara Wells, Cathy Russell, Ann Heberling, Linda Cook, Paula Duncan. Third Row: Jackie Shipman, Roe Lue Fitzgerald, Ellen Koachway, Pat Alheit, Linda Barlow. Future Nurses And Medica Career Clu 'X The common interest of the members of the Future Nurses and Medical Career Club is the desire to seek vocations in the medical world. Different speakers during the year helped to famil- iarize the members with the nursing and medical aspects. The most valuable project the club has is a scholarship to award some senior girl interested in nursing. Patsy Webb presided over the group with Roberta Kneisel, vice president, Jackie Shipman, Secretary, Paula Duncan, treasurer. Mrs. Violet Fischer served as faculty advisor. Future Homemakers of America L ! First Row: Barbara Sammons, Peggy Kohler, Dorothy Shroyer, Sue Simons, Rosemary Mayer, Eleanor Clark, Dorothy Roberts, Dayle Washtak, Kathy Page. Second Row: Donna Cox, Joyce Baldwin, Peggy Parker, Patsy Cassidy, Carol Russell, Pat Griffith, Kaylin Rogers, Linda Cook. Third Row: Brenda Ware, Anita Settle, Ann Heberling, Lynn Kelm, Gail Krisher, June Allison, Jane Leonard, Linda Kuntz. Fourth Row: Pat Neiding, Elaine Mello, Alexis Anthony, Darlene Loucks, Betty Gornek, Gail Diehl, Carol Lima, Kim Smith, Eve Kumpf. What shall we cook next? During the 1963-64 school year Dorothy Shroyer served as president of the V.H.S. chapter of Future Homemakers of Ameri- ca. Rosemary Mayer, vice pres- ident. Susan Simon, secretary, and Peggy Kohler, treasurer assited her. Membership to this club con- sists of girls in the sophomore, junior, and senior classes, who are enrolled in Home Economics. Darlene Loucks earned the title of "VHS Homemaker of the Year" after Winning the Betty Crocker Award. 41 T sf' vi if . kv , 5 First Row: Diane Mays, Peggy Kohler, Kathy Whitt, Laurel Kubishke. Second Row: Susan Reiber, Alexis Anthony, Diane Smith, Janice Herchler, Paula Duncan. Third Row: Linda Harrison, John Foster, Georgeann Hall, Cynthia Foster. The daily clerical work at VHS is accom- plished through the combined efforts of our two secretaries De Laures Hoffman and Marie Tansey and their assistants. The many tasks of filing, recording grades, selling various school supplies, and running errands are only a few of the jobs performed each day. Peggy collects attendance slips Sort and shuffleg shuffle and sort-same old drudge every day. Future Tea hers of America First Row: Mary Susan Peebles, Carol Crozier, Sandy Pheneger, Nancy Edmondson, Judy Greene, Janice Herchler, Mike Smith, Bill Nowacki, Don Newman,'Jim Schisler, Lee Myers, Nancy Ludlow. Second Row: Barbara Sammons, Barbara Helbig, Bonnie Greenwood, Georgeann Hall, Debbie Moeller, Nan Hoffman, Laurel Kubishke, Diane Alairno, Mary Lee Sanders, Richard Leahy, Kimberly Smith. Third Row: Bonnie Zahr, Carolyn Koachway, Diane Sher- lock, Eleanor Clark, Judy Bassnett, Marsha Williams. l 1" ,L.L"ve'-J Q xml Carolyn Trinter, Judy Barthel, Karen Fox, Susan Simon, Linda Clark, Gail Swett. Fourth Row: Pat Creel, Sharon Schroeder, Nancy Thoms, Gail Moats, Sandra Evenson, Ann Wharton, Gail Hackbush, Diane Mays, Robbie Grindley, Kathy Maiden, Russ Maniere, Gail'Diehl. Fifth Row: Linda Lenhart, Don Griffith, John Foster, Ron Huggins, Jim Calvey, Jeff Goodridge, Mike Bassnett, Robert Kay, Bill Moes, Tom Roberts, Sana Martinek. What does the V.H.S. chapter do? Prepare for their careers as papers and acting as office as- about education in action, they State University campuses. Their major project for 1964 was col- teacher' s scholarship. F.T.A. members help their advisor Mr. R. Martin grade papers. of Future Teachers of America teachers, of course. Grading sistants and teachers' aids, they earn points toward pins. To learn visited the Kent State and Ohio lecting stamp books to earn money for their annual future 43 Nqfgifpl Members: Diane Horvat, Sharon Zaletel, Kathy King, Jeff Goodridge, Barbara Dellefield, Judy Bassnett, Nancy Edmondson, Ann Schroeder, Mary Berk, Ruth Bauman, Karen Robinson, A.. C . il fl J . , , T. ' V il Vw 1 sl X ea Shirley Lucas, Lucy Havrilla, Nancy Ludlow, Eleanor Clark, Linda Clark, Carolyn Trinter, Nan Hoffman, Sandy Phenegar, Bobby Kneisel, Mary Ann Repic, Gail Moats, Linda Casterline. The French Club, with its varied program of social and cultural activities, furthered its members' 1-mowledge about the ways of French people with projects such as a French dinner, and attending a French play at Oberlin College. However, the club's main purpose was to practice speaking French and have fun doing it. The club for the first time in its history elected officers, Ann Schroeder, president, Nancy Edmondson, vice-presidentg and Judy Bassnett, secretaryg Barbara Dellefield, treasurer. Camera Club The newest addition to V.H.S.'s extra- curricular activities is the Camera Club advised by Miss Marilyn Rundle. The club's purpose is to acquaint the members with the procedures and techniques used in photography and the dark room. 44 A-fi-11"-, -- - A 'l ily HIV, ' a ll i 'i ff 5 f , .., A it , , Q.. ' ,, st.. '77 1 L First Row: Diane Blinzley, Peter Hart, Clara Smith, Second Row: Don McClimmans, John Neff, Stuart Naegle. x I' i 2 -921, I .f't'N, ' of C , Librar Club ,fr JSM- Q-f 1. ff-'. . - , ". 'fi 4 1 . 'x 66 A-4,'J',.t. EJ? V T- :ll L. I.. Av. , A: 4" - 'Arial' 'gf -U Seated: Beverly Murray, Miss Annie Chadwick, Mary Minich, Gail Swett, Elinor Clark. Sta nding: Bobbie Kneisel, Sharon Zaletel, Kathy Sackett. The girls in this club faithfully worked in the library to help Miss Annie. Their highest goals were for the promotion of library use and development, plus greater understanding of libraries. Stamp Club ? Roger Pryor, Bobbie Kneisel, Miss Annie Chadwick, David Moes, Dale McCullough. The members of the Stamp Club profit greatly from being in this organization. They learn the skills of properly collecting and mounting stamps. As a result of their efforts, they can proudly display their works. First Row: Barbara Dellefield, Georgeann Hall, Dana Switzer, Barbara Smith, Sue Peebels. Third Row: Ted Ward, Bill Laurel Kubishke, Carol Radde, Nancy Edmondson, Sharon Toth, Fischer, Tim Peters, Chuck Lehner, David DeVault, Russ Barbara Cantrell. Second Row: Barbara Helbig, Madelyn Mameree, Lee Myers, Ed Young, Dan Gray, Jim Maurer, Dorton, Linda Clark, Sue Stossel, Mry Lee Sanders, Kim Smith, Mac Holmes, Moacir Leite. Speech This year has been amost successful one for Mr. J. R. Armstrong and his two speech and dramatics classes. Upon completion of their successful produc- tion of f'Lock, Stock, and Lipstick," the class started practicing speeches for interscholastic competition. The speech season ended victoriously with the VHS speech team Lakeland Conference Cham- pions and with five speakers going to compete in the State Speech Tournament in Columbus. For the remainder of the year, the classes worked on the spring play, "Char1ey's Aunt" and three one- act plays for inter-scholastic competition. and . Dramatlcs 'ff W' Q.,-jiri "' -Q 41" ,'+.1 .' 1'-v':'iv TT' "Fl-V1' ' 1 4 1' 'g .4 l VZ? 7 I VHS's Lakeland Conference first place winners in individual competition Keep your eyes on the road, Nancy. Speech and Dramatics Department Present: Saturday Night Cast Mr. Warren: Jim Maurer Miss Gardner: Susan Hodgson Maggs: Susan Peebles Plunkett: Chuck Lehner Miss Entwhitle: Barbara Cantrell Miss Prather: Indra Anderson Mary Lou: Dana Switzer Dick Donley: Russ Mamere Sam Donley: Sam Bartlett Carol Izzard: Sharon Toth Mrs. Donley: Kim Smith Friday Night Cast Mr. Warren: Mac Holmes Miss Gardner: Nancy Edmondson Maggs: Georeann Hall Plunkett: Don Hildun Miss Entwhistle: Barbara Dellefield Mary Lou: Mary Lee Sanders Dick Donley: Rell Sanderson Sam Donley: Bill Fischer Carl Izzard: Laurel Kubishe Mrs. Donley: Linda Clark The action in Lock, Stock, and Lipstick centers around the loss of S500 which was to be used to finance the school yearbook. The alleged culprit Sam Donley is cleared of sus- picion when Maggs, the cleaning lady, discovers the money in a nearby trash receptacle. The play ends happily with Miss Gardner and Mr. Warren falling in love. 47 First Row: Kathy Sackett, Marsha Williams, Donna Cox, Linda Clark, Ann Yurovich, Bobbie Davis, Lois Manners, Mary Tingler, Sheila Rognon. Second Row: Florence Ours, Keener, Cheryl Hammon, Carol Radde, Peggy Parker, Bonnie Zahr, Linda Villa, Charlotte Par- sons, Kaylin Rogers. Third Row: Miss Kovanic, Dorothy Roberts, Gayle Moats, Mary Mininch, Larry Lengel, Fed Fries, Peter Nicholas, Diane Horvat, Clareta Strehle. Fourth Row: Carol Yurovich, Nancy Malone, Carolyn Koachway, Jack Yeamans, Robert Zickefoose, John Dehnel, Vicky Neal, Larry Shover, Jim Couples. Fifth Row: Mike Hall, John Showalter, Glenn Feiszli, Phillip Neal, Fred Robles, Ken Eavenson, Larry Schafer, Jim Rammage, Chester McClain, Bill Thompson. Varsity Choir if 1 48 The Varsity Choir, throughout the school year, has presented many outstanding programs due to the fine singing of its members. Their singing was featured at the Christmas and Easter pro- grams. Many other occasions have warranted the presence of the fine Choir. The choir traveled to Wellington for the Lake- land Conference Choir Festival. s.,.a-ox V qc? AJAILQX 2, .. The I964 Sailor Marching Band f' Ladies and Gentlemen, Vermilion High School proudly presents the 1964 Sailor Marching Band under the direction of Mr. William Burt and head drum niajorette Miss Linda Harrison." After spending a summer at Chicago, Mr. Burt returned to the band filled with new ideas and marching formations. After practicing inumerable hours, the marching band radiated pep, energy, and school spirit at all foot- ball games, where they were featured at half-time shows. The band partici- pated in band festivals in Oberlin and Wellington. The band will resume practice after the spring concert in preparation for a trip to the Lions' International Convention in Toronto. y . A 1G57-f" Symbols of another successful marching season - participation trophies from Wellignton and Oberlin marching band festivals, a band hat, and a Sailor pennant. Mr. William Burt, director ,I , ,- 1-6 3 ..f - .. l Pep Band Bb CLARINET: Maryann Repic Nancy Edmondson Ruth Bauman BASS CLARINET: Peter Hart ALTO SAXOPHONE: Diane Smith Dan Dropko TENOR SAXOPHONE: Dale McCullough BARITONE SAXOPHONE: Dennis Johnson CORNETS: Bill Clark Jim McC1imans Sharon Schroeder Robert Clark TROMBONES: Glenn Feiszli Joyce Idol Lucy Havrilla BARITONE: Ken Risdon BASS: Bob Idol PERCUSSION: Jim Konnerth Willie B. exchanges his baton for a drum stick. K, I "Bandology" Eric Osterling 'f Fantasy on American Sailing Songs" "Highlights from South Pacific" "Legende Heroique" Jules Mouquet "Selections from No Strings" Winter Concert February I8, I964 Clare Grundman Rogers Ku Hammerstein Cornet-William Clark Piano-Dan Dropko "Burnished Brass" John Cacavas "On the Trail" Grand Canyon Suite Ferde Grofe, arr. David Bennett Richard Rodgers "Fantasia on Lady of Spain" Tolchard Evans "Norad Defender" Albert Oliver Davis JUNIOR HIGH AND HIGH SCHOOL BANDS "The Rocketeer" Kenneth Farrell " French Festival" Glenn Osser 1. Pigalle 2. Domino "Joshua" Paul Yoder 1. 1 -x.nnn: .. , The Curse A g of the Book Report A A Melodrama in V M One Part e o teacher assigns the report. . . StUC1GI1'fS' reaction . . . X P169-ding - - - . . .to the library. . . . . . the mad rush . . . ,algo . . . the Only book left - - - . . . the big fight . . . Karen is the victor I ' The End , , A57 I, X Mr. Wakefield welcomes Mr. Smith and the Senior class. Local lndustr Hosts Seniors Ever since 1882, "Wakefield" and "Lighting" have been synonymous in Vermilion. The "Brass Works" has provided jobs for generations in some families and because the parents of so many Seniors work there, part of the class took a tour to find out what really happens behind the glass- enclosed office. The trip begins in the clerical department The end of the line. I - .f if ?-ei xx? I 4 l x 1 .n .1 R ' w nfl: fw- First Row: Don Neuman, Larry Schaffer, Claudette Hamby. Fox. Standing: Jennifer Nedro, Robbie Grindlay, Linda Second Row: Sandy Pheneger, Barb Smith, Editor-Rosie Lane, Debbie Moeller, Pat Schmitz. Kovacs. Third Row: Lynn Pierce, Carol Crozier, Karen The Compass Each Friday night, long after the halls of VHS have emptied, up in Room 211 typewriters are tapped, papers are shuffled, and pictures are "cropped" as aspiring journalists hurry to put the voice of the school, the Compass, 'fto bed." The Compass comes out each week in the Photo journal. The stories in the paper are written during the daily classes as the fourteen reporters comb the halls for club, class, and offbeat news. Rambling Rosebud, as she is known by the students, picks up the pieces and puts them together forming a most original newspaper. -,Aoi 54 N " But Rosebud, you rambled right off the paper! "The last time I used one of these electric things, it bit off my fingernail." sv AJ -. The Log STAFF Editor - Ruth Bauman Business 'Manager - Dick Hill Associate Editor - Nancy Ludlow Faculty - Robbie Grindlay Activities - Diane Mays Sharon Zaletel Seniors - Jennifer Nedro Sports - John Barker Underclassmen - Rich Long Karen Robinson Art -Mike Katz Shirley Lucas Photographers - Roger Pryor Joe Payton Kernie Kostrub Copy - Kathy Whitt Pat Schmitz Alexis Anthony Peggy Kohler Business Staff - Bill Clark John Luby Priscilla Adams Mike Smith Dot Shroyer Adviser - Mr. Terry Smith 1 - 4 Now, aslsee it . .. -if .L 'v' Seated: Jennifer Nedro, Robbie Grindlay, Diane Mays, Sharon Zaletel, Ruth Bauman Nancy Ludlow, Karen Robinson. Standing: Mr. Smith, John Barker, Rich Long, Mike Katz, Shirley Lucas, Mike Smith. 1-wr VT! 1' Ax' in .Q Seated: Priscilla Adams, Judy Greene, Dot Shroyer, Pat Schmitz, Alexix Anthony Peggy Kohler. Standing: Kernie Kostrub, Bill Clark, Joe Payton, Roger Pryor Jim Maurer, Dick Hill, John Luby. wg:- Advisor Mr. Terry Smith, Editor Ruth Bauman, and Business Manager Dick Hill. pq O Football Queen Ruth Bauman is crowned by Jack Schisler with Senior Diane Maysg Ron Palmer, Junior Lynda Fyeg Larry Reed Tommy Price as crown bearer. Homecoming Courtg Tom Roberts, Sophomore Roberta Riesg Mike Smith, Freshman Barbara Warner 56 Jill Mikola, Judy May, Queen Ann Wharton, and Kathy King seated on the stage during the basketball game with Clearview. bv 'I-5-G Dave DeVau1t, Jill Mikola, Dan Williams, Queen Ann Wharton, Tom Roberts, Judy May, Tom Siebert, and crown-bearer Lindy Pitts. 57 1 0 c -'f-fflg? . ' ' ' f X In 5 X-ff i X" K, I K ' ' x' . T' ' ' N N 7, X " IX x U H QI Q X t x X: -ff Jlfiff 4 i-.1 IQ I V DX ' " A 5 . IWW jf' X71 Q! X I W ' ' ' 1 A pl f in A X 3 V " X X VA X f A 'f I. X Q v ' fly 'G' VE' 1245 'O X X W ! 3 D f . - 1 ' . X g, fw "' 'W 2 5 f 'I - 'e ff Q A! iv-lllltl Qi i f wx!!! ' ff! X I If I ., , A X Qmifg --M 5 NV ' f W 4 . 'Q WMM V! .llffl XX M 1 'J -A N I ff f I R W, x - -4 1, ":1 v ATHLETICS 9 2 4 5 A Ax K N S Varsity Football 5 mf- IAX fl sa 'xl .2 T1 tele A "5 ' Left to right, First Row: Tom Roberts, Larry Reed, Jack Schisler, Mike Brothers, Mike Smith, Steve Kobza, Ron Palmer, Don Grif- fith, Bill Maners, Dan Williams, John Barker. Second Row: Jack Konrad, Dave Fischer, Ron Griffith, Mike Hoffman, Ray Hatch, Gary Springer, Russ Mamere, Jim Schisler, Bill Nowacki, Paul McGraw, Kurt Kuhnle. Third Row: Bill Kishman, Butch J aworski, The Vermilion Sailors might not have won the Lakeland Conference Championship this year, but as most of the opposing coaches and players will agree, they were one of the hardest hitting and roughest teams in the area. Throughout the season, the breaks seemed to favor the opposing teams. These breaks, from injuries to fumbles, limited a possible 8-2 season to an average 5-4-1. The '63 season can be termed successful even t , ' ,,, L' s Verrnilion 20 Margaretta 14 ' l V6'IIIlili0H 20 Ridgeville 14 ai Vermilion 14a Wellington- 14 9 A Vermilion' -0"Midview ' 56 ' Vermilion' Avon Lake 14 ' avermiisgonsllizo New Ldhdbn 6, yern1i1,iQn?4Q iiuron, 141, I if it ivdrilien 20 5 '24, 1 20 P9!lkil'iS'M Z 16: Vermilion 8 'Clearview 38 l eo tx M Aff 'argl QF' alflzuplzsfa 1'R1sf'm Jeff Goodrich, Bob Kobza, Jim Gornek, Russ Mayer,Jack Mikola, Bob Pierce, Dan Gray, Carlton Lapp. Fourth Row: Joe Payton, Loren Bachman, Chester McClain, Ray Raphael, Jim Hallett, Ron Huggins, Jody Catalano, Bob Zickefoose, Bruce Miskow, Pete Nichols. though the conference trophy won't be in the school trophy case. Coach Martin can remember this season knowing that this was the team that made him the winningest mentor in V.H.S. history. Other record Setters besides Mr. Martin were Mike Brothers, Jack Schisler, and Dan Williams. Disappointing in some aspects, the 1963 season can truthfully be termed successful by both the coaches and the team. Head coach, Jerry Martin is supported by Robert Pitts and Larry Firestine, reserve coaches, and Joe Murray, Freshman, and Dwight McMullen, assistant varsity coach. Seniors Left to right, First Row: Dan Williams, Don Griffith, Mike Smith, Steve Kobza, Mike Hoffman. Second Row: John Barker, Ron Palmer, Tom Roberts, Bill Maners, Jack Schisler, Mike Brothers, Larry Reed. During summer practice, each of the three classes were assigned a duty, that of team spirit being given to the Seniors. The Seniors not only supplied the spirit, but as each of the eleven Seniors were starters in at least one game, they also supplied the nucleus of the team. Among the Seniors were two All-Conference choices, and three record-setters. Graduation losses will make next year's team wide open at almost every position. Along with the Senior athletes, the trainer and manager are graduating. Joe Payton and Pete Nichols were the only Varsity managers that Coach Martin had. gs, o Q x H- M144 ' fe - f ,, in X' 'if rlkkgfg? -1" if 1 ' F, f J ' ,..' .miQ,:gg:2t' Q rf 4 . ' it -safe L- , R. A, ,,. X , nv 'L-J Pete Nichols, manager and Joe Payton, trainer. tt Bill Nowacki, All-Conference player, stretches foran overthrown pass. Quarte rback Jack Schisler broke a long standing comple- tion record by connecting on 65 passes. Gffense Offensively, the Sailors were probably the best balanced team in the league. The line, with All-Conference guard Steve Kobza, was light, but fast and aggressive. Jack Schisler, probably the best left handed quarterback in the area, shattered the school pass completion record by connection on 65 tosses. Fullback, Dan Williams, set a single game rushing record of 215 yards. All-Conference halfback, Mike Brothers, often called the best back in the conference, set a school record of five T.D's in one game. Not everyone set a record last year, but those that did couldn't have done so without the help of the team. All-Conference halfback Mike Brothers broke a school scoring record by scoring five touch- downs in one game. 1-.Jw-' I-' ' ' --" ' " . . I , , , 1 ,, . ., :..,.,., 1 -V ,Q ., Q:,12f.,,:f:':f:.zi f '4 QP" . "Z ww - .,1.3f--11.9.-, f -5. V ,-NL.-,,.,,l -,", .1--1-: .g'1-'.,,.-. . 3-rg, 1, 2-MLEQQA-tvff'-f41'rmi1 -l t.. ' -fl I-' f.:-vii -r gw.11f.ft-w-:l.f.1,!! ,1..,.,x 1. y,.s.,4v,-. on .g,,ptf'2'ffl1::f1Jl,jr,:,'.?,:g 15"-' Q" ' .,yff.r-j.',.',p, -,1'v.V",3i-gf',i 5, 'Amis-vw lmf'L'f:'f 4- 'gtkysf 'nfl A ' we .W '-wx-A f 121: 'C pa, 1 -1'.-lY?Qs: ..-- -1 - -Y'-w. "ur -, .N ,.,f.:".f 1 ' . 'g guna. ,- ,R-1' ,3 0, .Q Wf.tfkq f,m- ,,5,,.., ,J 'X,,as:f,aft Fullback Dan Williams ran for 215 yards against Perkins to set a school rushing record. Defense Defensively, the squad was led by All-C onfe r en c e line- backer Bill Nowacki,who called the defensive plays. The sailors were very strong against run- ners, but the pass defense was rather weak. This weakness cost Vermilion several close games. Jim Schisler tackles an Amherst ballcarrier while fighting offawould-be blocker. wif w,sA."' ' ' A ,,.z,.,5 sv-, 1- :"'5'ef'.v3:i, 5f3: . Va' f-1 R.,,.Q 'E 1' , x 1 .2 2'-if 1- 3705 , 5'y:5f19r!3'x"i-Y? 55'-f.'H . 2 HA, V.-at V A- f. ... -,V : 'j-'E A -5-1 yij-EQ.ijQ!3'.f ' 1- 72 . ' 1- Qvflgfp-' 5-'irlzfx-'5n:.':5-Qld.. Mike is about to use the most effective straight-arm in the league. Steve Kobza, All-Conference guard. At the Midview game he had a little trouble with it. Jack Schisler eludes one tackler only to be met by another, 1 '4 ,,- K., - ,,, ,Q var, , --4. - fe -f fr- - - , n -- " Varsity squad from left to right, First Row: Coach Robert Pitts, Dan Willlams, Jack Schisler, Mike Brothers, Ron Palmer, Mike Smith, John Barker. Second Row: Head Coach Jerry Martin, Trainer Joe Payton, Ron Griffith, Jim Schisler, Larry Reed, Bill Dick Disbrow rushes to help. The navy-blue blazers purchased by the Athletic Boosters helped make our football players a team. Nowacki, Paul McGraw, Dave Fischer Russ MaMere Jack Conrad, and Coach Larry Firestine Third Row Steve Kobza Kurt Kuhnle, Gary Springer, Dick Disbrow Jeff Goodridge Russ Mayer, Bob Kimmick, Tom Roberts. Paul McGraw pulls an Amherst Comet to the ground as Ron Griffith and Larry Reed trap an Amherst ballcarrier t . H-aff. ' 1. 1 :Ae-W,-1? 421' ui' .10 43111: ,- '- fill it f.. .JA V T 'Iv' T. 64 f First Row: Barry Martin, Rich Gorbach, Hugh Martin, Bob West, Bill Lewis, Jerry Brothers, Arthur Murray, George Rognan, Sandy Boyd. Second Row: Larry Ltmceford, Jim Welker, John Rieber, Ty Derrol, Bob Moes, Ron Palmer, Gary Schafer, Jim Life, Rick Miller, Bill Lyons. Third Row: Glen Graves, Ron Coach Robert Pitts and Coach Larry Firestine's first year at VHS was a success as their team com- piled a 2-1-1 record. They opened the season by tying the Clearview Frosh 16-16. Vermilion won the next two games by beating New London 30-0 and Huron 30-6. They lost their last game to Avon Lake 12-0. At the end of the season, the entire squad elected Mark Poff as the most valuable lineman and Gary Schafer, the most valuable back. The '63 Freshman squad has the potential to become one of the best varsity teams in the school's history. Pretzer, Ralph Mayer, Tod Gano, Jim Jerrett, Brad Snyder, Ernie Mey, Tom West. Fourth Row: Coach Pitts, Doug Springer, Mark Poff, Terry Wheeler, Mark VanFossen, Gene Sanders, Ron Dickel, Bob Smith, Coach Firestine. The Reserve season was an exciting one, although the record was only 2-3-1. The season began with a 6-6 tie to a big Lorain St. Mary's team. The boys then lost the next two games, Avon-lake 8-6, and New London 6-2. The Reserves then reversed the pattern and won the next twog Clearview, 16-0 and Amherst 12-8 . . . The Sailors ended the season by losing to Wellington, 21-6. Coach Joe Murray's defense proved to be the sea- son's bright spot as the squad held its opponents to an average of only seven points per game. 65 x SECOND ROW Tim Cutcher Lynn Hollosy Dan Williams THIRD ROW Dave DeVault Jim Maurer Tom Roberts, Carlton Lapp, trainer FOURTH ROW John Halley B111 Nowacki, Paul McGraw, Coach Roger Watkins, Moaoir Varslt Basketball The 1964 Sailor basketball team had the desire and the skill of champs-and champs they were. Moving up from dead last to a tie for first in the Lakeland Conference, the Sailors were the 3rd most successful team in the area. Posting a formidable 16-4 record, Vermilion highlighted the season with the longest victory streak in VHS history, 12 sweet ones, climaxed by a 68-56 revenge triumph over Bellevue in the tournament. The thrilling 10 point win over state- ranked Willard, overtime stunner over Avon Lake, share of the L. C. "Crown" with the 76-55 smashing of Amherst, and that unbelievable comeback over No. 1 tourney victim Margaretta highlighted the victory string. The Sailors were ranked 29th in the final state polls, the highest a VHS team has ever been ranked. 7 ll AHS T WX ' ,nb- EH VEVXJ An adhesive tape record of wins stuck in the locker room is mute evidence of the competence of the Sailors. Nowacki waits for a rebound. Viz. Dan Williams waltzed away with the ball Is he ready to take off or is he landing? It doesn't really matter because Torn has already made the basket. VARSITY SCORES Vermillion Opponent 7 42 Elyria Catholic ' 64 "'Ridgeville 60 Norwalk 44 "'Midview '78 "'New London 63 Sandusky St. Marys 56 Bellevue '71 Oak Harbor y 62 Perkins 61 Willard 55 "Avon Lake 6'7 Margaretta '78 "'Huron '72 "'Clearview 61 'Wellington '76 'Amherst 66 Huron 66 Margaretta 68 Bellevue 48 Tiffin Columbia "'Lakeland Conference games ""'l"'FiF"FY ! 68 Contemplating the tournament game - ahead. Il Bring 'em down, boys! A new basketball technique - the Pyramid. The only way to stop "Little Eeb" - trip him Reserves , A -J Q, EA f, J KNEELING: Manager Bruce Perry, Dale Zaletel FIRST ROW: Jack Mikola, Bruce Miskow, Larry Schafer, Bill Kishman, Russ Mayer, Don Sopko SECOND ROW: Alan Hollosy, Bud Dycus, Glenn Hudson, Jack Konrad, Alan Bohl, Dave Wolford D. Zaletel works the ball to midcourt An example of the Reserve's fine shooting "Undefeated Freshmen" ,... 4" 'S-E' V. L15 l W- " -1 tw, s tx 'J i 't -N' I 2 ,XJX In rf' , if -we .el 4 KNEELING: Craig Siebert, Roger Rice, Bob Moes, Mark VanFossen SECOND ROW: Coach Eugene Sanders, Ron Pretzer, Ralph Mayer, Terry Wheeler, Mark Poff, Bruce Palmer , Doug Springer, Barry Martin THIRD ROW: Bill Lewis, Tom Maurer, Bob Smith, Ron Dickel, Hugh Martin, Rich Gorbach, Manager Gary Schaffer RESERVE SCORES FRESHMEN SCORES Vermilion Opponent Vermilion Opponent Elyria Catholic 25 31 Firelands 25 Ridgeville 31 46 Lorain St. Marys 14 Norwalk 34 53 Ridgeville 17 Midview 32 45 Lorain St. Marys 28 New London 32 31 Clearview 22 Sandusky St. Marys 32 49 Huron 22 Belleview 28 60 Perkins 10 Oak Harbor 38 53 Clearview 24 Perkins 26 51 Huron 44 Willard 38 46 Amherst 32 Avon Lake 27 Margaretta 37 Huron 47 Clearview 36 Wellington 48 AI11hGI'St 37 "This could be the start of Something big." The Huron 34 freshmen have worked hard under coach Gene Sanders and posted their third consecutive record. In their midst the freshmen have the potential to become the finest cage team in VHS history. As it was so evident in past years, attitude and teamwork will tell the tale. Let's be CHAMPS!! '71 Wrestlin FIRST ROW: Tim Clark, Robert Calvey, Bix Young, Jerry Brothers, Bill McCrady, Don Neuman, Kurt Kuhnle SECOND ROW: Mike Brothers, Ron Palmer, Bill Maners, Dick Disbrow, Bob Johnson THIRD ROW: Bob Idol, Robert Palmer, Don Griffith. "Come on, get me!" Wrestling is by far the most rugged individual sport in inter- scholastic competition, and this year's Sailors were as tough as they come. A 6-4 record in only five years of varsity wrestling shows the desire of the team and the competence of the coach. At the district meet, Mike Brothers placed second in the 154 weight class, and Bill McCrady, third in the 133. At the Lakeland Confer- ence meet, Brothers and Maners took first places and Fischer, McCrady, Palmer, and Griffith, seconds. There are six starting wrest- lers graduating, leaving a wide gap for the underclassmen to fill. Coach Jerry Martin at a practice session. Ahl When can we go home? Individual Scores Q3 won lost Tim Clark 3 7 112 George Rognan 1 0 Robert Calvey 1 3 Bill Jones 1 4 Q1 Robert Calvey 0 1 Bix Young 3 3 Jerry Brothers 1 1 Sandy Boyd 0 1 M Bill Fischer '7 0 Cliff Buchosh O 1 Jerry Brothers 0 2 TEAM SCORES Vermilion Opponent 15 Huron 26 40 Midview 5 28 Avon Lake 15 36 Margar etta 10 21 Sandusky 24 17 Clyde 24 24 Admiral King 17 23 Ridgeville 26 29 Lorain 6 51 Perkins 0 QS- won lost Q Won lost tie Bill McCrady 9 0 Ron Palmer '7 2 Bill Fisher 1 0 Bob Idol 1 0 138 E 151 Griffith 7 1 Bill Maners 9 0 Don Neuman 0 1 Ron Palmer 1 0 Bill McCrady 1 O Heavyweight 15 Bob Johnson 1 5 1 Kurt Kuhnle 5 4 Dick Disbrow 2 1 Bill Beursken 1 0 154. i Beursken 0 1 Mike Brothers 8 0 Bob Idol 1 0 5 4 7578" ffl! 94, i A familiar sight-the team and Coach Martin watching Mike Brothers win his match. .. -, . . H54 The get in Y ' N we-4 v' ' v .. . . .-.,,,-7 Bottom to top: Steffie Snell, Pat Smith, Marsha Darley, Janice Herchler, Toni Stasky, Barbara Tokar heerleaders ,.- - 'if 45 AL ', N ffl , J, ,p A x 'Z 1 - s . , 6 E 1 ii F! Seniors Kathy King and Linda Lane Trimming a tournament bus. is ' Fa' f Sparking crowd enthusiasm and ra- diating their tremendous school spirit, VHS's Varsity and Reserve Cheer- leaders supplied the spirit and support that our winning teams deserved. Kathy King served as head cheer- M leader. X...- Cheerleaders assemble for a work session. ,W , W ,Si1,E-i?-'-"- "Victory, victory is our cry!" The cheer rallies, held every Friday during activity period during both basketball and football seasons, were very much a part of the spirit of VHS. From the cheerleaders who organized the "wild" skits, to the Sailor team in their blue wool jackets, to the NV-I-C-T-O-R-Y" cheer, to the pep band thumping out the Fight Song and Anchors Aweighg this was VHS urging its fine teams on to Victory. ' The Pep Band plays "Beside Lake Erie blue . . . f First Row: Bonnie Sahr, Dorothy Roberts, Lola Hall, Clarita Cindy Cook, Rosemary Kovacs. Third Row: Miss Brian, Paula Strehle, Lucy Havrilla, Kathy Page. Second Row: Ellen Koachway, Duncan, Linda Cook, Carolyn Trinter, Sue Stossel, Judy Bassnett, Claudia Kuqzler, Putsy Hall, Sharon Akers, Laurel Kubishke, Carolyn Koachway, Jill Martin. Tuesday night is "ladies night" in the gym as the GAA girls take to the floor to fight out awild volleyball or basketball game. Previously known as Intramurals, GAA was revived this year under adviser Miss Marie Brian. Junior Paula Duncan was elected president with classmate Putsy Hall serving as vice-president. Treasurer is Sharon Akersg secretary, Ellen Koachway. What's Bill Nowacki doing in a GAA picture? Miss Brian takes time out from officiating at a basketball game. -A Varsity Club .1 1 l P B vu: rdf.-ix V ' ..,, ' . . Q First Row: Mike Hoffman, Charles Lehner, Kurt Kuhnle, John Halley, Bob Snezek, Mike Brothers, Steve Kobza, Mike Smith, Bill Fischer, Larry Reed, Roy Fitzgerald, Second Row: Mr. Edwin Ziemke, John Barker, Jeff Goodridge, Dick Disbrow, Alan Holosy, Ed Young, Bill Beurskin, Don Neuman, John Foster, Varsity Club is an honorary organization for all boys who have earned their varsity letters in football, basketball, wrestling, track, golf, and tennis, The purpose is to promote interscholastic sportsmanship. At the meetings, the club prac- ticed volleyball in preparation for a game against the faculty. The officers were Steve Kobza, presidentg Mike Brothers, vice-presidentg Jack Schisler, secretaryg and Dan Williams, Treasurer. Ron Griffith. Third Row: Bill Manners, Bill McGrady, Carlton Lapp, Paul McGraw, Bill Nowaki, Jim Schisler, Bob Kimmick, Russ Mamere, Ron Huggins, Tom Roberts. Fourth Row: Jack Mikola, Lynn Hollosy, Tom Siebert, Dan Gray, Jack Schisler, Dan Williams, Gary Springer, Joe Payton, Kernie Kostrub. ' A committee meeting 'f 'r' ? I it . Steve conducting a meeting during ac tivity period. . fS ?' , .-.,-,- '-7,- 4,,., SENIQRS 2 r N A f VW 4 ' I VERMILION -i, r ,vs new rn, is-x e L Anita Scarbrough Ronald Palmer President Vice-president Eating hotdogs for lunch, rummaging through lockers, talking in the halls-little things like these are the memories that we, the Class of 1964, will take with us. Vermilion High School first felt our pres- ence in 19603 now in 1964, when we will stand in our caps and gowns to receive the fruits of our twelve years of toil, VHS will leave its presence on us. wmv- 'rf- ' .v 1:1 is f- t i i 'YL 1. 1' ' '.1 ,A 'A Shirley Bulen Tr easurer l If one boy eats two hotdogs every Tuesday for twelve ye how many hotdogs will he eat? l . 1 ww,-is---f 5 Wir. 'i' I li- .1 Priscilla Adams Michael Stanley Antos sd' r 4f"" , - n A' A 7' A, - A 3 E an . 3 ' Axx 1 Richard Lorraine Adams . wry' , K s . - N' -w vx' if ' N ly ' als X , uf Q y ,7 1 5 .r 5' Alexis May Anthony 5 Patricia Lynn Barbara Joan John Kenneth Ayars Balmert Barker If Betty Crocker can do it, so can wel I v -zaarv Q-11. I I r D ijgsjf 51 U af. ff.-'it . U' 'if -, -1 5.55 1 - ffhz?2.? 23, 'wx QQ 51:21 . 5,5 , V H' ' f W '1 . 1 V' Xxfnr, ,- ,qt AK .W , 1 Ruth Elaine Bauman Lawrence John Beursken Rita Bernice Beursken William Bernard Beursken Irene Ann Bishop Rondal Herbert Bivins m QE' 8 - ..- , HQ Ann Catherine Brown Shirley Ross Bulen James Richard Calvey Barbara Nell Cantrell Sharon Kay Clifford William Oglesby Clark Physics for this . . 6' Q, HI. 6 15 xo e, y 7 -62' t -e S" i X V k I 1 x KY' P' J ,Sn- N IU' Kenneth Croll Raymond A. Croxford 'f':'?,"4-Q., ' ' N, j. f Timothy R. Cutcher ' e A, fx Danny Lee Dean 2 1 ll V -1: 1-A ,J 1 "N xr? n 'qi' tl ff Q 'fe e YJ e 4 83 , I if " W , e9 Q is , T F X - W li nf! 'ff TI 'A -' John Dehnel ,,x Q Donald David DeVau1t , Truman Eugene Ellis , X69 WJ b J ea.n Emerick 7 XLJ QE? n -W -5. " -5 " ,. ernon Gregory Everts W I gf-,:':.4s G1 E t F ' 1' Ea? erm mes elsz 1 NHS brought the "Silver Screen" to VHS V o n f i, ' , f e ".. i 1 f ff Q 3 t William Albert Fischer in M J Roy Ernest Fitzgerald Yhl V X R . I K '. Fred Fries lx , " -- , A ii, P' Y e. . re .Q ' 4 Eric Scott Furgason .- 'r 'Tm aah Betty Marie Gornek Busy Seniors. . . Harry Newton Gray . . .not so busy. 85 .if L V A X Xu on Claudette Hamby Donald Lee Hildum W ,HL Judith Ann Green .- Donald Griffith if 'gf' Roberta Ann Grindlay , I What's up, Doc ? , "QU I 0 A-. v' , ,1 .x -A Vx Diana Marie Hoff Richard Kent Hill Donald LeRoy Hite Susan Dee Hodgson 86 S U-QD-mB.m.x xX:lfclxd,1x,f.-.fx Michael Hoffman Rose Donna Holbrook Christopher Vincent Horn Ffeeeee -..., . 1 I Q.. KT! - A I , ,. W, .-v,.,.v ., . .,.,. H' 3' . ?!'L..kj,. . .7?,,,t , Vyr f i J aim. 'W 1315, ,1-'B ' -- If I 'it 5 ' ig . in , w . 1 1 -f P nw., Robert Gene Johnson Ann Schroeder does it again. . . F'7"'7 'T .A y A Lyla A Ruby May Jenkins nv i f fu- 'mJ:1'-,,g-Tri. W ,. JR gxsdiil gl, ' , 'I fi . 'ff t Lewis Robert Horvat Ronald Lewis Huggins tl ,yv 5. ,Iv I I Asa, V 1 , PS5 Y MTN: ' to f Emi if ' j,, ' pai? V James M. Jenkins - - Z nw, .ui--9-Q.. 4. I F ll 1 w w w 1 V Robert Idol 87 .s-. . A , i ' "T X f 1, gif' 3,1 A i:.,f,m.,,A1 3573 'll' lid ' .rdrfllzf :"::. ctw - ..i,,, .. I 25.6-i Q Ai. W5 + rife ,fin 1r,..91,' Si: 1:-.fl-, , 2'-P.-. iff" L .,: L:--fic' - .' fl", , -P .1 5 "1--. ' gif , N AJ.-c-. .., li "uf . pg f Ee A ,ip fi . 4' 1 sv 3 ,55- 05. I Vx lb L P 2: iw livin' 'N - - 1- xr V Y avi. ' -H75 4 f X ,Y,-A N4 , xagl J 4: -f. 'H' Robert Mathew Juryniec Hershel Karl Justice Mike E. Katz Kathy Ann King Stephen King Steven Michael Kobza l -5 u 5... Hazel Jean Kohler Kernie Stephen Kostrub -df' X Rosemary Kovacs Q IO ' ? Linda Marie Lane Ready gang? Now le Richard Bryan Leahy Moacir Leite Margaret Jane Lengyel ng the Alma Mater. Richard Thomas Long Darlene Kay Loucks John Louis Luby 1 F.. S. s. Ts of Shirley Ann Lucas William Ray Luckett Nancy Louise Ludlow William Francis McCrady g . ig, as 1 "PX, fr -V, sX Wu I fb! Z2- Ef 'Th H. -S," Gary Edward Mayer Rosemary Hermina Mayer Phyllis Diane Mays William Thomas Maners Kenneth Marion Mattevi Raymond Ervin Maurer 1 wifwff if 61' 1 'flfl QV' ' L R3 Y1.- "What do you expect for a dime 7" Elaine Marie Mello sr-1' Pauline Josephine Mey Bonnie Dee Moeller 113:35 Q - .."" . l'lQ 5.11-Q MV-'l 'f 5 V 1 .n ' , f P so U . Ku,-:L - Think we should clean our lockers? 142i ,-+,.,, i Why didn't you tell me there were girls in there? sd' William Morog J ennifer Anne Nedro Elaine Ruth Neumyer VFW' , .. , Q 1 .-i 53? T , S I : QS 1 3 , W-wi -L 'Vx ' ' IL A4 I in ' ? , A - x exif? ef" ul' H H rg s ' in tif e 'fn ---' - ff MW-V, -, ,..,, 1 ' "" 2511 : " :se 91 X v LY 1' ' J! ' ' 'x V' K.. ,cg ,n f-+5 Was. 4743 -47' ' 69' Y wif. L X 7419? fp 7. if r 1 ' ., v, A E ' 1 me K, 1 'tr N. G LS IV' Y ' John Joseph Payton ,,r' Susan Jean Pinkney 7 Steve R. P1ttman '-' Ronald Roger Pryor ,im 2 1 4- n - , 1 I Peter Charles Nichols Patricia Jean Nieding Robert Paul Ours Pennelope Jean Owens Ronald Lee Palmer Paul Vance Parcenue On ten, turn Zbigniew Stanley Puza Carol Radde Lawrence Wayne Reed d jwfjb' 0 g M N Mary Ann Repic Thomas William Roberts Karen Sue Robinson Roger Arlen Robinsonfy Timothy Wilham Russell Amta Joyce Scarbrough John Michael Schisler -nd fire! .1-106 MM, W7 QM If-YU , ,, , an! ,-f ' x .J"'f 1 . ,-f'.x.. mg -- 1.H.:m-M. A--A .kaxzne-...,.n 5, - fn, , , .137 T , H- ..l. 71 4 L 5 ' 1 Ki t, 5 .IPX l 1 , J, ' I S! A if 1:2 I -Q., , I V 'j .. l l - I 'r- 1'- xg 2 gl Dk lv j J h Q ' Q1 2' Y J- gi , ' ,lu yy. F Y l,EJt:.f3 37 Y 5 'wi f "T V-'3 - f fxi Q' 1 Patricia Schmitz WJ ff' 1-N ' ' 38' ' . """ Ann Catherine Schroeder ' as Anita Lee Settle I- ' ff 79' 'v 'R re? if , J' f "Q, , 'f Qi. jk 5 XXV -1 Thomas Leland Siebert A- ,. Michael Andrew Smith -, '. r A -,, flwilii. ' ' ly I X I ,fa .itil I -' 3 n ' ' ' " in A Dottie Lou Sparks :".KLZ:i+ vw X 0 fi, e i 1 , , ' , Q ., Dana Alice Switzer " LV 4-6 Anita Shelton Vivian Lee Shilling Dorothy Ann Shroyer 3 ...J 'fi !!SfCJL'Sf Uh-oh, they're , - 1 Sharon Margaret Tansey Anita'Mary1 Tatum 45:7 Sharon Rae Toth T-' Michael Karl Trinter , I 'U W . Q: :afar N -:sf Read Frederick Wakefield 1 1 J Q- fn Brenda Jo Ware ,sf ee.-fix' ,L 5" - W5-2 A ',.- is , X f if ' if ' 1 5 A ix EE 53 xr' 2 , -t-if ' v 1 - ' -4 '53 MTV . , nv, ,.--v" e ,, 1 -ww f Kathleen Whitt Dan Noon Williams A 'Fx . mu, 1 an-3:7 ck together. Gordon Robert Wmland Sharon Zaletel 5 he at Al 1 -of '-tt: 5 L, 95 '1 t:i:5Eflf:A3lN,ggi-W""' , WSQQEZIXIUILU all 1 , Seated: Shirley Lucas, Priscilla Adams, Robbie Grindlay, Dana Switzer, Judy Greene, Elaine Neumyer, Ruth Bauman, Maryann Repic. WTI' Standing: Don Griffith, Roger Pryor, Ray Croxford, Dave DeVau1t Read Wakefield, John Luby, Mike Katz, Bill Maners, Mr Schroeder. Something new has been added to VHS this year. Seniors have finally been recognized as the leaders , , of the school. Two boys and two girls were elected H - 'iiggx from each homeroom to form the Senior Privilege and Responsibility Committee. This committee, better known as SPARC, has been organized to stimulate better citizenship throughout the student body. The most important part of the program is the three lounge areas placed in various parts of the school building. During study halls the seniors have been able to use their SPARC cards to go to one of the lounge areas to study independent of a teacher's supervision. This idea promises to be very successful in the years to come. geik. E What Are Seniors Made Gf? "When am I getting out . . . June?" At. .Zif15ii,,, ,, 20 ,I x A i 3 "-'u2'Q."1I T ' V- , . Y f t , N x ' , U. ,g , if f-- , Wheeeeeee . . . 613' xi"4,f,.h -e .N af? ' , X. Yi Taking advantage of privileges? It's O.K. Doc has a permit. Doc Ream and his Physicsland Five-plus one. "Darri! I ca.n't think of a caption for that stupid picture on page ninety-seven. " w-1z.m1....,-n- :ii-inn., ..-1 ,,,m5s,-. PRISCILLA ADAMS: Lorain High School 1.25 Statistician 3.45 Maiorette 4: FTA 3,45 Log 45 SPARC 45 May Queen Attendant 3. RICHARD LORRAINE ADAMS. JOSEPH PAUL ANDERS: Proiectionist 2. ALEXIS MAY ANTHONY: Intramurals l.2,3.45 Choir 15 FHA 3,45 FTA 1.25 Spanish Club 1.25 Compass 35 Log 45 Office Assistant 4. MICHAEL STANLEY ANTOS: Choir 15 Scholarship Team 2. PATRICIA LYNN AYARS: Western Reserve High School 15 Statistician 25 Intramurals 25 Marching Band 2.3.45 Concert Band 1.2,3,45 AFS Club 3.45 Student Council 3.4: NJHS 25 NHS 3.45 Scholarship Team l. BARBARA JEAN BALMERT: Intramurals 2.3.45 FHA 3,45 FNA 3. JOHN KENNETH BARKER: Football 3,45 Track 2.3.45 Log 45 Good Cit- izenship Award 35 Scholarship Team 2.3. RUTH ELAINE BAUMAN: Marching Band 1,2,3,45 Concert Bandl,2,3,45 Choir 1: AFS Club 3,45 French Club l,2,3.45 FTA 25 FNA 1,25 Compass 25 Log 3,45 Football Queen 45 Social Committee 35 SPARC 45 NJHS 1.25 NHS 3.45 Honor Roll 35 Scholarship Team 2.3. LAWRENCE JOHN BEURSKEN: Football Manager 25 Projectionist 1.2.35 Scholarship Team 1, RITA BERNICE BEURSKEN: FTA 1.2: Office Assitant 35 NJHS1.25 Honor Roll 1.2.35 Scholarship Team 3. WILLIAM BERNARD BEURSKEN: Wrestling 1,2.3,45 Varsity Club 2,3,45 Spanish Club 1,25 Student Council 4. IRENE ANN BISHOP: Intramurals 3,45 AFS Club 3.4. RONDAL HERBERT BIVINS. CONRAD JAY BOHL: Football 15 Choir 1. LARRY ERTIN BOSELY: Berlin Heights High School 1.2.3. SAMUEL JAY BRODERICK, JR.: Revere High School 1,25 Track 3.4. MICHAEL LOYD BROTHERS: Football l,2.3,45 Trackl.2.3,45Wrestl1ng 1,2,3,45 Good Citizenship Award 2. CATHLINE LAVERNE BROWN: Choir 15 FHA 2.3. SHIRLEY ROS BULEN: Choir 1.2.35 Musicals 1.2.35 FHA 2,35 Office Assistant 35 Class Treasurer 4. JAMES RICHARD CALVEY: Football 35 Track 1,Z,3.45 FTA 1.2.3. BARBARA NELL CANTRELL: Statistician 3.45 Cheerleader 15 Intra- murals 2,3,45 French Club 45 FTA 3,45 FNA3,45 Health Room Assistant 35 Football Queen Attendant 3. SHAREN KAY CLIFFORD: Intramurals 1.25 Choir 1,25 Musicals 1.25 Librarian l. WILLIAM OLGESBY CLARK: Golf 2.3.45 Tennis 15 Marching Band 1.2, 3.45 Pep Band 1.2,3.45 Concert Band l,2.3.45 Dance Band 1,2,3.45 Scholarship Team 35 Honor Roll 3. KENNETH CROLL. RAYMOND CROXFORD: Basketball 15 Track 25 P1-ojectionist1,2.3.45 SPARC 45 Scholarship Team 2. TIMOTHY R. CUTCHER: Basketball l,2,45 Tennis 1,2,3,45 Statistician 3,45 Announcer 45 Choir 15 Honor Roll 3. DANNY LEE DEAN: Projectionist 1.2.35 Compass 3. JOHN DEHNEL: Choir 1,Z,3,45 Musicals l,2,3,45 Projectionist 2,3,45 Scholarship Team 1. DONALD DAVID DEVAULT: Basketball 1.2,a.45 Tennis 1.2,45 choir 1.2.35 Musicals i,2,s5 SPARC 4, TRUMAN EUGENE ELLIS: Track 1.3.4. CAROL JEAN EMERICK: Amherst High School 15 Choir 1. VERNON GREGORY EVERTS: Track 1,25 Scholarship Team 3. GLENN ERNEST FEISZLI: Track 35 Marching Band 1,2.3,45 Concert Band 1,2,3.45 Pep Band 25 Choir 1,2,3,45 Musicals1,2,3,45 Projectionlst 2.3.4. WILLIAM ALBERT FISCI-IER: Wrestling l,2,3.45 Choir 15 Musical I. ROY ERNEST FITZGERALD: Tennis 1.25 Varsity Club 2.3.45 Office Assistant 35 Teacher Assistant 4. FREDRICK EDISON FRIES: Choir l.2.3.45 Musicals 1.2,3,45 Projection- ist 3.4. ERIC SCOTT FURGASON: Football 25 Projectionist3,45 NJHS 25 Scholar- ship Team 35 Honor Roll 3. BETTY MARIE GORNEK: Intramurals 1.25 FHA 45 FNA 2.3. HARRY NEWTON GRAY: Projectlonist 1.2. JUDITH ANN GREENE: Statistician 2.3.45 Intramurals 35 Majorette 2.3.45 FTA l,2,3,45 Log 45 Gym Assistant 45 Amletic Committee 1.2.35 May Queen 35 SPARC 4. DONALD GRIFFITH: Football 45 Wrestling 45 FTA 45 Varsity Club 45 Gym Assistant 45 Teacher Assistant 45 SPARC 45 Rotary Improvement Award 4. ROBERTA ANN GRINDLAY: Choir 1.25 Musical 25 FTA I.2,3,45 Com- pass 3,45 Log 45 Office Assistant 1.2.35 Teacher Assistant 45 Social Committee 45 SPARC 4. CLAUDETTE HAMBY: Choir 1,25 Musical Z5 PNA 15 Compass 45 Class Secretary 15 Good Citizenship Award 2. DONALD LEE HILDUM: Rincon High School, Tuscon, Arizona 25 Foot- ball l,35 Basketball 15 Golf 35 Statistician 15 Choir 15 Musical 15 Gym Assistant 35 Rotary Improvement Award 3. RICHARD KENT HILL: Football 15 Basketball Manager 15 Basketball 25 Wrestling 35 AFS Club 3,45 Spanish Club 35 Log 45 NJHS 25 Scholarship Team 1.3. DONALD LEROY HITE: Football 1,25 Choir 15 Varsity Club 2,3,45 Rotary Improvement Award 25 Scholarship Team 2. MICHAEL HOFFMAN: Football 1,253.45 Basketball 1.2.45 Track 253,45 Wrestling 35 AFS Club 3,45 Varsity Club 2.3.45 Rotary Improvement Award 2. SUSAN DEE I-IODGSON: Statistician 1.25 Choir 1.2,3.45 Musicals 1,2,3,45 FTA l,2.3.45 FNA 15 Office Assistant 3,45 Teacher Assistant 45 May Queen Attendant 35 NFL 3.4. DIANE MARIE HOFF: Intramurals 25 Marching Band l,2,3,45 Concert Band 1,2,3.45 FTA 35 FNA 35 Spanish Club 1,25 Health Room Assistant 35 Office Assistant 4. ROSE DONNA HOLBROOK: Charleston High School 1.2.35 AFS Club 45 Quiz Bee 4. CHRISTOPHER VINCENT HORN: Football 25 Wrestling 25 Gym Assistant 4. LEWIS ROBERT HORVAT: Spanish Club 1.2. ROBERT HUCKLE: Rocky River High School 1.2.3. RONALD LEWIS HIGGINS: Lorain l'Iigh.School 15 Football 2,3,45 Track 2,3.45 Varsity Club 3.4. ROBERT IDOL: Football 35 Tennis l,2,3,45 Wrestling l.2,3,45 Marching Band l.2,3,45 Concert Band 1,2,3,45 Pep Band 2.3.45 Dance Band 3,45 Teacher Assistant 35 Scholarship Team 3. JAMES M. JENKINS: Sandusky High School 1.2.3. RUBY MAY JENKINS: Waynesville High School, N. Carolina 1.2.3. ROBERT GENE JOHNSON: Maumee High School 15 Football 15 Basket- ball 1.2. ROBERT MATHEW JURYNIEC: Football 2. HERSCHEL KARL JUSTICE MIKE E. KATZ: Elyria High School 1.2.35 Log 45 SPARC Chairman 4. KATHY ANN KING: Cheerleader 1.Z,3,45 Choir 1,25 Musical 25 French Club 1.2.3.45 FTA 15 FNA 15 Citizenship Board 1,25 Assembly Commit- tee 35 Class Treasurer 25 Class Vice President 35 NJHS 25 NHS 3.45 May Queen Attendant 35 Basketball Queen 35 BasketlJal1Quecn Attendant 45 Football Queen Attendant 15 Scholarship Team 25 Girls' State 3. STEPHEN KING: Football 1.2535 Track 1.3.45 Statistician 15 Spanish Club 3. STEVEN MICHAEL KOBZA: Football 2.3.45 Track 25 Wrestling 15 Choir 15 Varsity Club 3.4. HAZEL JEAN KOHLER: Choir 1.2.35 FHA 3.45 Log 45 Librarlan15 Office Assistant 3.4. CORNELIUS STEPHEN KOSTRUB: Basketball 1,25 Golf 2.3.45 Tennis 15 Choir 15 Musical 15 AFS Club 3.45 Spanish Club 2.35 Varsity Club 2.3.45 Assembly Committee 35 Social Board 15 Citizenship Board 25 Class Treasurer 1,25 NJHS 1.25 NHS 3.45 Quiz Bee 3.45 Student Council Presi- dent 45 Good Citizenship Award 15 Rotary Improvement Award 25 Scholarship Team 2. ROSEMARY KOVACS: Intramurals 1,2,3.45 Marching Band l.Z.3.45Con- cert Band l,2,3,45 Pep Band 15 Dance Band 1,35 French Club 1.2.35 Compass 3,45 Gym Assistant 25 Librarian 35 Projectlonist 45 Teacher Assistant 15 NJHS 1.25 NHS 3,45 Quiz Bee 3.45Qul1l'n Scroll 3.45 Scholarship Team 35 Girls' State 35 Honor Roll 25 Lorain Journal Scholarship 3. LINDA MARIE LANE: Cheerleader 2.3.45 Choir 2.35 Musicals 2,35 FTA 1,35 Gym Assistant 25 Office Assistant 1.2.35 May Queen Attendant 35 Basketball Queen Attendant Z. RICHARD BRYAN LEAHY: Milan High School 1.2. IVIOACIR LEITE: American FiclclServIce Foreign Exchange Student from Brazil 45 AFS Club 45 Basketball Manager 45 NHS 4. MARGARET JANE LENGYEL1 FHA 2: Choir 1. RICHARD TI-IOMAS LONG: Choir l.2.3.45 Musicals 1.2.3.45 Spanish 2.35 Log 45 Projectlonist 3.45 Quiz Rec 4, DARLIENE KAY LOUCKS: Choir 1.2.35 Musical 1.2.35 FI-IA l.2.3.45 FTA 1.25 FNA 1.25 Betty Crocker Award 4. JOHN LOUIS LUBY: Football 25 SPARC 45 Log 4. SHIRLEY ANN LUCAS: Choir 1.35 Musical 35 AFS Club 3.45 French Club l.2.3,45 FNA 15 SPARC 45 Log 45 Librarian 1.35 Arts Board 1.25 NJI-IS 1.25 NHS 3.45 Quiz Bee 45 Scholarship Team 1.2.3. WILLIAM RAY LUCKETT: Elyria High School 15 Rotary Improvement Award 2. NANCY LOUISE LUDI.OW: Statistician 25 Marching Band l.2.3.45 Con- cert Band l.2.3.45 Choir 15 AFS Club 3.45 FPA 2.3.45 French Club 1.2. 3.45 Log 45 NJHS 1.25 Nl-IS 3.45 Quiz Bee 2.3.45 Scholarship Team 1.2.35 Honor Roll l. WILLIAM FRANCIS MCCRADY: Ilasketball 25 Wrestling 3.45 Varsity Club 3.4. WILLIAM THOMAS MANERS: Football l.2.3,45 Trattkl.2.3.45Wrestllng l.2.3.45 Varsity Club 2.3.45 SPARC 4. KENNETH MARION MATTEVI: Canton South High School I. RAYMOND ERVIN MAURER: Basketball 2.3.45 Track 45 Band Manager 2.3.45 FTA 45 Varsity Club 45 Gym Assistant 45 Log 4. GARY EDWARD MAYER: Football 2. ROSEMARY HERMINA MAYER: FHA 2.3.4. PHYLLIS DIANE MAYS: Rich Township High School 1.25 Office Assistant 45 Athletic Committee 45 Log 45 Football Queen Attendant 4. ELAINE MARIE MELLO: Intramurals 2.45 Choir 1.2.35 Musicals 2.35 FI-IA 4. FAULINE MEY: Intramurals 1.25 Choir 15 FHA 35 FTA 1.25 Library Club 1.2.3.45 Spanish Club 1.25 Librarian1,2.3.45TeacherAsslstant 1.2. BONNIE DEDMOELLER! FHA 25 FFA 2.35 0lIiCe ASSlStZlnt 35 Football Queen Attendant 2. WILLIAM MOROG: Clearview 1-Ilgh School 1.2.3. JENNIFER ANNE NEDRO: Statlstlclan 2.3.45 Intramurals 15 Marching Band 1.2.3.45 Concert Hand l.2,3.45 Choir 15 AFS Club 35 French Club 1.2.35 FTA l.2.3.45 FNA I5 Compass 3.45 Log 45 Teacher Assistant 25 Social Comxnltlcc 1.25 May Queen Attendant35 Basketball Queen Attendant 15 Honor Roll 3. ELAINE RUTII NEUMYER: Intramurals 35 Choir 1.25 Musical 25 FNA 35 SPARC 45 Book Ronin Assistant 35 Office Assistant 3.4. PETER CHAR LES NICHOLS: Football Manager 2.3.45 Wrestling Manager 2.35 Choir l.2.3.45 Musicals 1.2,3.45 Spanish Club 1.25 Log 45 Projec- tlonlst 45 Rotary Improvement Award 3. PATRICIA JEAN NIEDING: Choir 15 FHA 3.45 FNA 1.25 Teacher Assistant 3. I'tOI3ER'I' PAUL OUIIS PENNELOFE JEAN OWENS RONALD LEE PALMER: Football 1.2.3.45 Basketball 15 Co1i25 Wrestling 2.3.45 Varsity Club 2.3.45 Spanish Cluh 1.25 Social Board 25 Athletic Committee 45 Class Vice President 1.2.4. PAUL VANCE PARCENUE: Football Manager 1. JOIIN .JOSEPH PAYTON: Port Cltntonlilgh School 1.25 Football Manager 3.45 I3askctba1ll Manager 35 Statistician 35 Golf 35 Announcer 45 AFS Club 3.45 Varsity Club 3.45 Projectlonlst 45 NHS 3.45 Quiz l3ee3.45 Scholarship Team 35 Boys' State 35 NMST Honorable Mention 35 Honor Roll 3.4. SUSAN JEAN PINKNEY: Intramurals 25 AFS Club 3.45 FTA 25 May Queen Attendant 3. ROBERT STEPHEN PITTMAN: Football 25 Basketball 25 Choir 15 Office Assistant 3. RONALD ROGER PRYOR: Football Manager 25 Basketball 1.25 Statis- tician 1.25 Choir 1.2.35 Musicals 1.2.35 AFS Club 2.35 Stamp Club 1.3.45 Compass 35 Loi: 45 Teacher Assistant 45 Arts Board 15 SPARC 45 NJHS 1.25 NI-IS 3.45 Scholarship Team 15 Boys' State 35 Honor Roll l.2.8.4. ZBIGNIEW STANLEY PUZA: Football 25 Compass 4. CAROL RADDE: Marching Band 1.2.3.45 Concert Band 1.2.3.45 Choir 45 FTA 1.2.35 FNA 35 Health Room Assistant35 Assembly Committee 45 NFL 3.4. LAWRENCE WAYNE REED: Football 1.23.45 Track 1.2.35 varsity ciun 3.4. MARY ANN REPIC: Marching Band 1.2.3.45 Concert Band 1.2.3.45 Pep Band 1.Z.3.45 Choir 15 AFS Club 45 French Club 45 Class Secretary 35 NJHS 1.25 NHS 3.45 Quiz Bee 3.45 Scholarship Team 1.2.35 Honor Roll 1.2,3.45 NFL 2.3.45 SPARC 45 Band Clinic Scholarship 3. THOMAS WILLIAM ROBERTS: Football l.2.3.45 Basketball 1.2.3.45 Track 35 Tennis 1.25 AFS Club 45 FTA 45 Varsity Club 2.3.45 Compass 15 Projectlonist 35 Class President 2.35 NJHS 1.25 NHS 3.45 Scholarship Team 1.2.35 Honor Roll 2.3, KAREN SUE ROBINSON: Intramurals 1.25 Marching Band 1.2.3.45 Con- cert Band 1.2.3.45 Pep Band 1.25 Choir 1.2.35 Musicals 2.35 AFS Club 3.45 French Club 1.2.45 FNA 15 Log 45 Quiz Bee 45 Scholarship Team 35 Honor Roll 3. ROGER ARLEN ROBINSON: Football 1.25 Track 15 Tennis 25 Wrestling 1.2. TIMOTHY WILLIAM RUSSELL ANITA JOYCE SCARBOROUGH: FHA 2.3.45 Office Assistant 45 Class President 4. JOHN MICHAEL SCHISLER: Football l.2.3.45 Basketball 1.25 Track 2.3.45 Tennis 15 AFS Club 3.45 Varsity Club 2.3.45 Projectionist 45 Social Committee 35 Citizenship Board 15 Class President 15 NJHS 1.25 NHS 3.45 Scholarship Team 25 Honor Roll 2.3. PATRICIA SCHMITZ: FHA 2.3.45 FNA 1.2.35 Comapss 2.45 Log 4. ANN CATHERINE SCI-IROEDER: Marching Band 1.2.45 Concert Band 1.2.45 Choir 1.35 AFS Club 2.3.45 French Club 2.45 Citizenship Board 15 NJHS 1.25 NHS 3.45 Quiz Bee 3.45 Good Citizenship Award 15 D.A.R. Good Citizen 45 Scholarship Team 1.2.35 Honor Roll l.2.3.45 National Merit Finalist 45 County Winner Senate Program Test 45 County Winner American Legion Essay Contest 35 NCTE Achievement Award 4. ANITA LEE SETTLE: FHA 3.4. ANITA SI-IELTON: Choir 15 FHA 25 Spanish Club 1.25 Gym Assistant 25 Office Assistant 4. VIVIAN LEE SI-IILLING: Choir 1. DOROTHY ANN SHROYERZ Statistician 2.35 Choir 15 FHA 2.3.45 Log 4. THOMAS LELAND SIEBERT: Basketball 1.Z.3.45 Golf 25 Tennis 15 Var- sity Club 2.3.45 Gym Assistant 1.45 Projectionist45 Athletic Committee 35 Class Treasurer 35 NJHS 1.25 NHS 3.45 Scholarship Team 1.2.35 Honor Roll 2.3. MICHAEL ANDREW SMITH: Football 1.2.3.45 Wrestling 2.35 Choir 15 Musical 15 FTA 2.45 Varsity Club 3.45 Log45 Student Council Treasurer 45 Arts Board 25 Rotary Improvement Award 25 Scholarship Team 2. DOTTIE LOU SPARKS DANA ALICE SWITZER: Majorette 2.3.45 FHA 2.3.45 SPARC 4. SHARON MARIE TANSEY: Intramurals 1.2.3.45 Choir 15 FNA I5 Office Assistant 4. MARILYN ANITA TATUM: Majorette 3.45 FHA 2. SHARON RAE TOTH: Statistician 25 FHA 25 FTA 1.25 Office Assistant 45 NFL 2.3.45 Prince of Peace 3. MICHAEL KARL TRINTER: Basketball 1.25 Track 2.35 Tennis 15 Statistician 3.45 Choir 15 French Club 15 AFS Club 3.45 NJI-IS 1.25 Quiz Bee 45 Boys' State 3. READ FREDERICK WAKEFIELD: Track 35 Statistician 3.45 AFS Club 2.3.45 French Club 1.2.3.45 Compass 2.3.45 Student Council 3.45 SPARC 45 NJI-IS 1.25 NHS 3.45 Scholarship Team 2. BRENDA .IO WARE: Lorain High School 1.2.3. KATHLEEN WHITT: Statistician 25 Choir 15 FTA 15 Spanish Club 1.25 Log 45 Office Assistant 45 Class Secretary 45 NJHS 1.25 Good Citizen- ship Award 35 Scholarship Team 15 Honor Roll 3. DAN NOON WILLIAMS: Football 3.45 Basketball l.2.3.45 Varsity Club 3.45 Athletic Board 1.25 Social Committee 45 NJHS 1.25 Boys' State 3. GORDON ROBERT WINLAND SHARON ZALETEL: Statistician 25 Intramurals I5 Choir 1.2.35 Musicals 2.3: AFS Club 2.3.45 French Club 1.2.3.45 FTA 25 FNA 25 Library Club 45 Log 45 Librarian 45 Quiz Bee 45 Honor Roll 3. W fr .ff Wi 'X e C Anveyli gl X 1' xxm QW Y 31M K mf- 1. Y 'Ll' ,xv 3 . g y hfijvd-1 ,:. J, wg. I, .LN 4,1 ,L ,VH A- QL V --- A- AQ we neamuamr UWB? B0 af om ' P PUU' R BDAI SERVICE sAlLoRs couk Eg 11 1 Aw 5 4. ' A29 VA-'23 , 4. .. 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X, 5 1 ' " ' , " 'bp' Q 3 .N .,. i 11 Ka ! KROGER 111 v fl EX T R01 X-Emi R1 1 CAMEO BEAUTY SALON HAYES SOHIO SERVICE Hmm 'mmf xx W SOUTH SHORE BARBERS South Shore Shopping Center HOURS: Monday - Friday 9 - Saturday 9 - 6 Open Wednesdays .3 A 2 491 .va my .5 7 ww xmxxxm SHI ai, . , 112 free TES P A U I. Y ' S Gifts 81 Flowers Florist 8. Greenhouse South Shore Shopping Center 955 State Street WO 7-4166 WO 7-4130 BASIC FOOD HEYS MUSIC MATERIALS, INC. COMPANY, INC. CY X I X I f. S I 'v ' jk I H 0 an WOLF ELECTRIC THE SOUTH SHORE PACKING CORPORATION X, -:J ' ww -:N- SHORE LUMBER COMPANY MOES MARINE SERVICE ,.. 'Qi I I Vermnlson's KYLE MOTORS, INC PONTIAC - BUICK E wo 7-3128 2 DICK WEST Plumbing 81 Heating, Inc. LAKE SHORE CLEANERS H. j 1 . 1 ,r ' -4 . A- X., ' 4' ,vi FXJJTS ' -- -Y ' IH, ' - f, .' J: xx 5 QQ, ' ' ,L , Leif P, ' ' ' 'H W1 N ' ' Z1 . V . , E fl ,AU V. L! -like YJ WZ' -1f1,L'x ' ' '3 1 1 .'-'.j,xL CLE F H 7 REKESD P IOC Pedhuis RICK'S POPCORN WAGON THE LUDLOW STUDIO PUTNAM FURNITURE u fU R N R4 A 81 W DRIVE IN VERMILION ELECTRIC E. BENEFICIAL FINANCE CO. South Shore Shopping Center Phone WO 7-6106 LOUIS BOBER Painting 85 Paperhanging Phone WO 7-5359 HOLIDAY INN Liberty IA mi. west of Ford Plant Phone WO 7-4150 HULL COAL 85 BUILDERS SUPPLY CO., INC. Ready Mixed Concrete Phone WO 7-3159 G. B. KIMMICK REALTOR 1208 East Liberty Street Phone WO 7-3165 MARK'S SUNOCO SERVICE 238 E. Liberty Street Phone WO 7-3232 THE SEWING CENTER South Shore Shopping Center Phone WO 7-6409 TONY'S SHOE STORE l22 West Liberty Street Phone WO 7-4645 WAGNER GIFT SHOP Eva L. Wagner II3 West Liberty Street THE WAYSIDE INN Chicken-in-the-basket 8: Fish Phone WO 7-3595 5. NORGE CLEANING VILLAGE 117 Mr. 85 Mrs. Evan F. Akers Mr. 85 Mrs. Alestock Mr. Mr. 85 Mrs. Mr. 85 Mrs. Mr. 85 Mrs. 85 Mrs. Myron Alheit Buddy All en Anthony Stanley Atkinson Arlene Bachman Mr. 85 Mrs. Mr. 85 Mrs. Mr. 85 Mrs. Mr. 85 Mrs. John Backus John Barker Log Patrons Clarence Bartolomeo R. L. Bassett Mr. 85 Mrs. G. M. Bassnett Mr. 85 Mrs. Earl Bauman Rev. 85 Mrs. Mr. 85 Mrs. Mr. 85 Mrs. Mr. 85 Mrs. Danny Betzer Anthony Beursken John A. Beursken, Sr. Bever Mr. Sz Mrs. Mr. 85 Mrs. William A. Bolyard P, B. Bootman Mr. Robert Braden J. A. Burky 85 Mrs. 85 Mrs. Mr. Mr. Mr. 85 Mrs. Mr. 85 Mrs. John Bushong William Butts Stanley Clark William E. Clark Mr. A. J. Copeland Mr. 85 Mrs. Mr. 85 Mrs. Mr. 85 Mrs. Mr. 85 Mrs. Mr. 85 Mrs. 85 Mrs. Mr. Mr. 85 Mrs. 85 Mrs. Mr. Dr. 85 Mrs. Arthur Copeland E. G. Croxford Wayne Crozier J. Day William DeLamatre Richard DeLong Donald DeVault C. K. DeWitt J. R. Dickason Mr. 85 Mrs. Disbrow Mr. Norman Dolzin Mr. 85 Mrs. Kenneth Eastin Mrs. V. H. Ennis Mr. Andy Fazey Mr. 85 Mrs. Mr. 85 Mrs Mr. Mr. 85 Mrs. Mr. 85 Mrs. I. Ford Vincent Francis 85 Mrs.. Ray Full Glenn Fulper, Jr. Russell Gladish Mr. 85 Mrs. Mr. 85 Mrs. Mr. 85 Mrs Mr. 85 Mrs Mr. 85 Mrs Mr. 85 Mrs Mr. 85 Mrs Mr. 85 Mrs John Godley Albert Good Jack Goodridge . Robert Gorman T. L. Goudvis Richard M. Greene . George Greenwood Frand Greggs Lymer's Grocery Mr. 85 Mrs. William Haber Mr. 85 Mrs Harold W. I-lahn Mr. 85 Mrs. John Halley Mr. 85 Mrs. Ross Hamburg Mr. 85 Mrs. T. C. Harnby Mr. 85 Mrs Milford Harrison Mr. 85 Mrs. Ralph Haslage Mr. 85 Mrs. Kurt Heiland Miss Sharon Hept Mr. 85 Mrs. Ned Hodgson Mr. 85 Mrs Donald Hoffman Mr. 85 Mrs. J. E. Honsberger Mr. 85 Mrs. V. R. Horn Mr. 85 Mrs. Lee C. Howley Mr. 85 Mrs. Robert Howley Mr. 85 Mrs. Mr. 85 Mrs. Mr. 85 Mrs Mr. 85 Mrs. Mr. 85 Mrs. Mr. 85 Mrs. Mr. 85 Mrs. Lewis Huffman Leland C. Hunt Max Hurd James Jenkins Forest Judy Don G. Kaltenbach Michael Katz James M. Keegen Mr. 85 Mrs. Robert Kesar Mr. 85 Mrs. Glen King, Jr. Mr. 85 Mrs. Mr. 85 Mrs. Mr. 85 Mrs. Mr. 85 Mrs. Mr. 85 Mrs. Mr. 85 Mrs. Mr. 85 Mrs. 85 Mrs. Mr. 85 Mrs. Mr. Mrs. Diane Mr. 85 Mrs. Walter Kirshstein Frank Klein Roy A. Kneisel C. Kohlmyer Steven Kostrub Louis Kovacs Charles Krapp George Krisher S. H. Kryling Lang Robert B. Liljegren Mr. 8a Mrs. John D. Long Mr. Ez Mrs. Art Lucas Mrs. H. S. Ludlow Mr. 8a Mrs Paul F. Ludlow Mr. 8a Mrs J. D. Lunceford Mr. 8a Mrs John A. Markworth Mr. Sz Mrs Frank C. Martin Mr. 8a Mrs Robert Martin Mr. 8a Mrs Marion Mattevi Mr. Sz Mrs Mr. 8a Mrs. Mr. 85 Mrs. Mr. 85 Mrs Mr. Sz Mrs. Arthur Mayer Nick Mayer Gorden McCauley John Mikola Frank Mis Mr. 8a Mrs Harold W. Moats Mr. 8a Mrs. Robert Moeller Mr Sz Mrs. Julius Moes Mr. 8z Mrs. Mr. Ez Mrs. Larry Nedro Lawrence A. Nedro Mr. 8L Mrs Conrad W. Neiding Mr. 8a Mrs John Ochse Mr. gl Mrs Richard E. Palmer Mrs. Allene B. Payton Dr. Sz Mrs. Thomas Peebles Mr. 8a Mrs Clarence Phillips Mr. 8a Mrs Phinnegan Mr. 8a Mrs Mr. 8t Mrs Mr. 8z Mrs. Mr. Ka Mrs. Mr. 8z Mrs Mr. Xa Mrs Mr. 85 Mrs Dr. Sz Mrs. Robert A. Pierce John C. Pinkney Robert Pitts Ted Prindle Boyce B. Pryor, Sr James L. Puckett Harold Radde R. E. Rainberger Mr. Sz Mrs. Dean Rapprich Mr. Louis Rauh, Jr. Mr. Ka Mrs. Richard Reed Mr. Ka Mrs. Harold Rice Mr. Ka Mrs. Roy Ritzman Mr. 8a Mrs. George Roberts Mrs. Julia Roberts Mr. Ka Mrs. George Roth Mrs. Bertha Schellhouse Mr. 8z Mrs. A. D. Schisler Mr. Ka Mrs. Carl A. Schroader Log Patrons Mrs. Marie Mr. 8a Mrs. Mr. 8L Mrs. Mr. Sz Mrs. Mr. 8a Mrs. Mrs. Hazel Schuster August Schwensen Edward Schwensen Dewitt Scott T. Sherlock Showalter Dr. 85 Mrs. Virgil Siebert Mr. F. I. Smith Mr. Paul Smith Mr. Sz Mrs. Ralph Smith Mr. Terry L. Smith Mr. 8: Mrs. Lafe Snyder Mrs. Midge Spring Mr. 8: Mrs. John Stack Mr. 8a Mrs. J. C. Stephens Mr. Kz Mrs. Vance B. Stimson Mr. Sz Mrs. George Stygles Mr. Sz Mrs. Mr. 85 Mrs. Mr. 8a Mrs. Mr. 85 Mrs. Mr. 8a Mrs. Mr. Sz Mrs. Mr. 8a Mrs. Mr. 8a Mrs. Mr. Sz Mrs. Mr. 8a Mrs. Mr. Sz Mrs. Mr. Ka Mrs. Mr. 8a Mrs. Mr. 8a Mrs. Mr. Xz Mrs. Mr. 85 Mrs. Mr. Ez Mrs. Mr. 85 Mrs. Jack Switzer Wilson Tallman Charles Tansey Joseph Thayer, Sr. Paul Thayer Allen Thompson Robert Thompson Roy Tishel ' L. M. Tokar John A. Trinter A. K. Van Cleef Al Wakefield T. D. Wakefield Gene Walker R. E. Warner Roger Watkins George West Robert West The White Inn Mr. Xa Mrs. Mr. Sz Mrs. Mr. 8z Mrs. Mr. 85 Mrs. Mr. Ka Mrs. Mr. Sz Mrs. Mr. 8: Mrs. Mr. 8a Mrs. Mr. Sz Mrs. Carl Widdowson Elwyn Williams Thomas G. Williams F. S. Wilson T. D. Wood T. C. Wynns, Jr. E. J. Young, Jr. Leo Yourkiewicz Frank Zerad 'Q-:YP ,N V .1 ., , ir. .iii X fi H. H32 Qi ,JH R 4 ,A . , . , B ight W- if , W ' , Atmm Q w. .N trait Q4 K I . X u Q, - i. gl l 5 EZ' lg' JJ x . ee---' ..,, Y, ,l ,K A Editor's Backward To the underclassmen, this E is merely a record ofthe school year. To the graduating Seniors, it is probably something they will keep to recall memories or maybe to show their grandchildren that Grandpa really did break a school football record. To the hard working gg staff, this book climaxes months of forfeiting pleasure to meet a deadline-getting ads, taking pictures, making layouts, writing copy, thinking up captions, questioning club advisors and coaches, and sometimes even working through basketball games. Only the staff will remember the fun of working together to produce a book that they will keep. We would like to say thank you to everyone who helped make this book possible, the Chronicle Telegram and the Photojournal for sports pictures, all the faculty and coaches who helped gather information, Mr. Ludlow for all his time and efforts, Mr, Schroeder for letting us use all our wild ideas, the janitors who put up with us all those nights, and most of all, Mr. Terry Smith, who encouraged us when we gave up, and whom we some- times encouraged when the going got rough. Pm sure the staff will never forget all the experiences in our Q Room. rider IoorIo2 rigiH noilim19V oirIO .noiIim19V 1oiibEl - nsmusil d1uSl .1gM .2113 - IIiH b1sriaiSl 1oaivbA - rliim2 v119T .1M LQKZALQJ 16a ff ulcabg, ffv kQki?Jb? bdwulwfchuvuf Zfwnoo X4e,'LLok!c,aco!,- QUa4,l-:ef!4,eL6.z,fa-91616 Vwatpidgiuff A Ssyifiv MQ Jw 555 Q9 P5 W9 , ff yszggy y QW Nw gf? 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