Vermillion High School - Tanager Yearbook (Vermillion, SD)

 - Class of 1942

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Mr. Van Gorkum, Mr. Vanden Berge, Mr. Cadwell Mr. Farmer, Mr. Hasik Mr. Beckwith, Mr. Lien, Dr. Fairbanks MR. VERN CADWELL MR. VANDEN BERGE Superintendent High School Principal University of S. Dak.-B.A.g Colo. Yankton College--B.A. State College of Education--M. A. MR. VAN GORKUM MR. HASIK jr. High Principal Grade Principal University of S. Dak.--B. A. Kearney State Teachers College- B. S., University of Nebraska Members of the School Board are Mrs. Harold Brookman, Mr. J. G. Farmer, Mr. C. G. Beckwith, Mr. E. H. Lien, Dr. W. H. Fairbanks, and Dr. Harold Hanson who is with the army in foreign service. FACULTY Y X, ...Q Q kit 1 .Ad 5-m S Q 9 w ag, Miss Westaby, Mr. Marshall, Miss Trione, Mr. Anderson, Miss Schoenmann, Mr. Nelson Miss Vaaler, Mr. Kirchdoerfer, Miss Ericson, Miss Gould, Mr. Conners, Miss Hollingsworth Miss Stinson, Mr. Foss, Miss Bruening, Mr. Cash, Mrs. Reinertson MR. MARSHALL English University of S. Dak.--B.A University of S. Dak.--M.A MISS HOLLINGSWORTH Latin University of Oklahoma--B.A. Washington University-Ph.D. MIS . RE INERTSON Homemaking North Dakota State--B. A. MR. NELSON Athletics Dakota Wesleyan--B. A. University of Iowa--M. A. MISS GOULD Citizenship University of S. Dak.--B.A. MR. CONNERS Mathematics . University of S. Dak.--B.A. MR. KIRCHDOERFER Social Science Concordia College--B. University of S. Dak.-- MISS VAALER Commercial N. Dak. University--B. MR. CASH Science A. M.A S. State College--P. H. G. State College--P. H. C. State College--B. S. University of S. Dak.-- MR. FOSS Band Sioux Falls College--B.A M.A. MISS WESTABY English, Jr. High Colo. State College of Education--B. A. MISS TRIONE Speech University of Wisconsin-B.S University of Wisconsin-B.A MISS SCHOENMANN Social Studies, jr. High Sioux Falls College--B. A. MISS BRUENING Physical Education Northern State Aberdeen-B.S MISS ERICSON Vocal Music University of S. Dak.--B.S. University of S. Dak.-'M.M. STUDENT COUNCIL Dick Edberg, joe Trotzig, Carrol lynia. Shirley Benson, Marlys Hult, Mr. Vanden Berge-Principal, jack DeVany, Gloria Gamage, Joy Golz The student council is composed of one boy and one girl delegate from each class. The members for the past year were: Seniors, Joy Golz and joe Trotzig: juniors, Gloria Gamage and Dick Edbergg Sophomores, Shirley Benson and Mark Meisen- holderg Freshmen, Marlys Hult and Jack DeVany. Q The student council makes plans for high school affairs such as Tanager Day and some high school dances. It also serves as a clearing house for student policies and student opinions. The past year the Council members have held luncheons each month at which they discussed current business problems. At the first meeting of the year an election was held for electing student officers. The student president was Joy Golz with joe Trotzig as vice-president, and Gloria Gamage as secretary- Mr. Vanden Berge, principal served as faculty adviser to the council. Q X' Classrm CLASS 0F I 942 By the end of their four years of high school work, the Class of 1942 had achieved a memorable record of accomplishments in scholarship, music, sports, speech and dramatics. The superior scholastic work of this class is evidenced by the fact that eight of the students who took the first scholarship test at the University of South Dakota were eligible for the second. Those reaching this rank were Joeva Bauman, Evelyn Christopherson, Joy Golz, Robert Gravrok, John Pardee, Donald Rothrock, Marie Stevenson, and Joe Trotzig. Members unusually active in music have been Donald Rothrock, Robert Gravrok, Charles Lockwood, Phyllis Leikvold, Ruth Danielson, and Donald Peterson. Derald Brown and Bill Bowie were leaders in both basketball and football. joy Golz and Joe Trotzig were outstanding in speech. In dramatics Dorothy Dunlap, Marilyn Cotton, joe Trotzig, and John Pardee showed outstanding work The leadership possessed by class members is.shown by the number of high offices they held. Robert Gravrok was president of the band and of Hi-Y: Marilyn Cotton of Girl Reserves: Dorothy Dunlap of Girls' Athletic Association: and Joy Golz was Student President. Having completed their scholastic and extra-curricular work, the fifty-two members of the Class of 1942 were graduated in the first combined baccalaureate and graduation exercises of Vermillion High School. SENIOR CLASS Band 4 Girls' Glee Club 2,3 Mixed Chorus 2,3 Student Council 2 Girl Reserves 1,2,3,4 G. A. A. 1,2,3,4 Play 4,3 Vermillionaire 1,2, 3,4 Debate 1 Declam 3 Tanager Staff 4 Quill and Scroll 4 F. T. A. 3,4 Vermillionaire 4 Football 1,2,3,4 Basketball 1,2,3,4 ANDREW SEILER JOHN M. PARDEE Hi-Y 2,3 Student Council Play 2,3,4 Vermillionaire 3,4 Hi-Y 1,2,3,4 Tanager Staff 4 Quill and Scrol MARILYN COTTON RICHARD LYLE Hi-Y 2,3 DERALD BROWN RUTH MARCOTTE Band 2,3,4 Orchestra 2,3 1 2 1 3 4 Brass Ensemble 4 Girls' Glee Club Girl Reserves 1 G. A. A. l,2,3,4 Pep Band 4 TRUDI LARSON BURDETTE ANDERSON Girl Reserves 1,2,3 Student Council Play 3 Vermillionaire 4 Hi-Y 1,2,3,4 Football 1,2,3,4 2 Basketball 1,2,3,4 President 3 Homecoming King 4 SENIOR CLASS BILL BOWIE LOIS AUSDAL Vermillionaire 4 Girl Reserves 1,2,3 Hi-Y 4 G. A. A. 3 Football 1,2,3,4 Sec. k Treas., 4 Track 2,3,4 F. T. A. 3 Basketball 1,2,3,4 CLEO LEE JACK SAMPSON Girl Reserves 1,2, Hi-Y 1.2.3 3,4 G. A. A. 1,3 Drill Team 4 JOE P. TROTZIG MARY ELLEN OWENS Band 1,4 Girl Reserves 1,2,3,4 Student Council 1,4 G. A. A. 2,3,4 Play 3,4 Drill Team 3,4 Vermillionaire 1,2, 3,4 Debate 1,2,3 Declam 3 Hi-Y 1,2,3,4 Tanager Staff 4 Vice-President 3 Pep Band 4 King's Attendant 4 GLORIA GAMAGE DAROLD HOLMES Orchestra 2 Basketball 2 String Ensemble 3 Girls' Glee Club 2,3 Student Council 3 Girl Reserves 1,2,3 G. A. A. 1,2 Vermillionaire 1,2 Debate 1 SENIOR CLASS Band 1,2,3.4 Orchestra 1,2 Brass Ensembl Girl Reserves G. A. A. 1.2, Play 4 Vermillionair Tanager Staff Quill and Scr Pep Band 4 F. T. A. 4 PHYLLIS LEIKVOLD CHARLES LOCKWOOD .3 e 3,4 1,2,3,4 3,4 3,4 G. A. e 2,3,4 4 oll 3,4 Queen's Attendant 4 Band 1,3,4 Mount Marty Academy Orchestra 1,3 Yankton 2 Brass Ensemble 4 Student Council 3 Play 3 Vermillionalre 3 Cheerleader 1,3 Hi-Y 1,3 Pep Bend 4 Franklin High, Boise, Idaho, 2 FAYE JENSEN LESTER E. LINDSTROM Burbank High Boys' Glee Club 3 4 School 1 Mixed Chorus 3 4 Woodrow Wilson, Declam 4 Calif. 2 Dalesburg 1 Compton junior College, Calif. 3 DONALD ROTH OCK JOEVA BAUMAN Band 1,2,3,4 Band 4 Orchestra 1,2,3 Girl Reserves 1 2 Brass Ensemble 1,2, G. A. A. 1 2 3 4 3,4 Play 2 Student Council 3 Debate 1 Hi-Y 1 Drill Team Pep Band 4 Declam 2 Tlnager Staff Pep Band 4 LORRAINE M ANKER Band 2 3 4 Orchestra 2 3 Brass Ensemble 4 Girl Reserves 1 2 Drill Team Pep Band 4 JOYCE C. O CONNOR DONALD PETERSON Boys' Glee Club 3,4 Mixed Chorus 3,4 Boys' Quartet 4 Play 3 Hi-Y 2 Track 4 Basketball 3 Dalesburg 1 DONALD LINDSTROM Football 3,4 Dalesburg 1 SEN I OR CLASS Jov coLz Band 2,3,4 Orchestra 2,3 Brass Ensemble 4 Student Council 1,4 Girl Reserves 1,2, 3,4 G. A. A. 1,2,3,4 Play 4 Vermillionaire 1,2, 3,4 Debate 1,2,3,4 Declam 2,3 Tanager Staff 4 Quill and Scroll 3,4 Pep Band 4 Queen's Attendant 4 F. T. A. 3,4 HELEN MICH LS Girls' Glee Club 2,3 Mixed Chorus 2,3 Girl Reserves 1,2,4 G. A. A. 1,2,3 Drill Team 3 HARJORIE ANN CHURCHILL GLEN C. LINDSTROM Girls' Glee Club 1, 2,3 Mixed Chorus 1,2,3 Girl Reserves l Band 3 Boys' Glee Club 3,4 Mixed Chorus 3,4 University High School 2 Marshalltown 1 H. LEO BALLARD SHRLEY GAIL CHANEY HifY 3,4 Girls' Glee Club 3,4 Track 3,4 Mixed Chorus 3,4 President 1 Girl Reserves 1,2,3,4 G. Ab A. 1,2 S E N I OR CLASS MARIE s'rEvENsoN Student Council 3 Band 2,3,4 Girl Reserves 1,2,3,4 G. A. A. l,2,3,4 Tanager Staff 4 Pep Band 4 JOE DAWSON Boys' Glee Club 4 Mixed Chorus 4 Hi-Y l,2,3,4 Football l,2,3,4 Basketball 4 MARY MARGARET SANGER Girl Reserves 4 G. A. A. 4 Vermillionaire 4 Declsm 4 Drill Team 4 Tanager Staff 4 Quill and Scroll 4 Valley City High School 1,2,3 DON JENSEN Hi-Y 2,3,4 LEO PALENSKY Hi-Y 3,4 Tabor High School 1,2 EVELYN CHRISTOPHERSON Student Council 3 Girl Reserves 1,2,3,4 Tanager Staff 4 ROBERT GRAVROK Band l,2,3,4 Orchestra l,2,3 Woodwind Ensemble 3,4 Student Council 1 Hi'Y 1,2,3,4 President 4 Pep Band 4 King's Attendant 4 RUTH DELORES DANIELSON Girls' Glee Club 3,4 Mixed Chorus 3,4 Girls' Sextette 4 john Marshall High School, Calif. 1,2 MILTON BOLINE Dalesburg High School 1 DOROTHY ANN DUNLAP Band 4 Girls' Glee Club 1,2 3,4 Mixed Chorus 1,2,3,4 Student Council 2 G. A. A. 1,2,3,4 Girl Reserves 1,3,4 Play 1,3,4 F. T. A. 3,4 Vermillionaire 3,4 Declam 3,4 Cheerleader 4 Drill Team 3,4 Tanager Staff 4 Quill and Scroll 4 Vice President 4 Homecoming Queen 4 MAYO CARLSON Boys' Glee Club 3 Mixed Chorus 3 Hi-Y 2 Dalesburg 1 JEAN SAMMELSON Orchestra 1,2,3 String Ensemble 2,3,4 Girls' Glee Club 3,4 Mixed Chorus 3,4 Girl Reserves 1,2,3,4 Play 4 Declam 1,3 Tanager Staff 4 v FRANCIS ARMSTRONG Boys' 3,4 Mixed Hi-Y 1 Football 3,4 MAXINE Girl 3 4 Verm Dril CARLTON Boys' Mixed Mixed Boys' Football 4 FIDELIS COLLINS Meckling High School 1 ALDEN BOLINE Hi-Y 4 Football 3,4 Track 4 Secretary 3 Rockfield 1 HAROLD IM. MORROW, JR. Platte l,2, Soldan lst SENIOR CLASS Glee Club 1,2, Chorus l,2,3,4 .2.3.4 KRUSE Reserves l,2, illionaire 4 l Team 3,4 CHRISTENSON Glee Club 3,4 Chorus 3,4 Ensemble 3 Quartet 4 High School 3 High School sem. of 4 OR AUTOGRA JUNIOR CLASS Dick Edberg, Melvin Erickson, Bob Owens, Warren Olson, Eldon Hansen, Bob Brown, Lowell Hansen, Bradley Simons, Burton Lawrensen Lorraine Clark, Gladys Chamberlain, Myrtle Christopherson, Opal Christopherson, Margaret Waltz, Phyllis McDonald, june Hoffman, Joyce Davis, Patsy Hasik Ann Helstrom, Florence Jacobsen, Bob Jones, Bob Stark, Peggy Cadwell, Marjorie Erickson, Walter Scott. Tom Schatz Kathleen Brick, Kathleen Paulson, Dean Lee, Gordon Brown, Vernon Lambert, Bill Radigan, Vincent Peterson, Lois Edstrom, Barbara Brookman. Rita Swisher, Alda Nelson, Marilyn Heikes, Eileen Lynch, Avis Lind, Susie Albers Mildred Johnson, Glennys Chaussee. Gloria Hanson, Alice johnson, Merrie Lou Conaway, Clarence Williams, Lyle Lawrensen, Kenneth Lane, Twila Hanson, Helen Lockwood, Bonnie Christopherson. SOPHOMORE CLASS Mark Meisenholder, Marshall Macy, Bob Ausdal, Eugene Seiler, Ellis White, Stanley Lundquist, Orvin Gunderson, Bob Clark, Sterling Leikvold, Warren Myron, Harley Boline Arthur Rosabell Wilson, Doris Sundleaf, Warren Harris, Harold Boom. Nissen, Lauren Cleland, Betty Lambert, Margaret Conway, Audrey Fry, Laurie Davis, Lester Emerson, Betty Barton, Iola Davis. Shirley Lee, Leone Sanford, Betty Johnson, Virginia Mortensen, Dale Firof, Walter johnson. Carrol Wynia, Jim jorgenson, Bill Ufford, Bob Haines, Gene Nelson, Stanley Lee, Donavon Peterson, Roland Girard, Charles Anderson, Clark Strong, Archie Bacon Marjorie Anderson, Shirley Benson, Gwendolyn Hansen, Doris Coombs, Joyce Hanson, Katherine Simons, Marion Hemmingson, Marilyn Horner, Twila Severson, June Baity, Norma jean Hendricks Franklin Pepin, Duane O'Daniels, Marjorie Wagner, Jo Ann Payton Dorothy Barton, Evelyn Jacobsen, Charlotte Kaltsulas, Virginia Bauman, Warren Swisher, Dale Nelson FRESHMAN CLASS jack DeVany, Bill Sanger, Bill Brown, Wayne Johnson, john Armstrong, Robert Ulvog, Wendell Clark, Kenneth Domina, Carl Berglund Bob johnson, Tom Torstenson, Helen Armstrong, Margaret Gronholz, Linette Lind, Marlys Hult, Avis Solomon, Manfred Brown, Tom Kaltsulas Helen Brown, Betty jorgenson, Shirley Stride, Leota Ostlund, Adele Clark, Gayle Hafstad, Marilyn Collins, Patty Frankenfeld, Betty Golz, Bernice Millett f- L, l 1, 1 Donald Benson, Elwood Macy, Robert Case, Cecil Olson, Maurice Severson, Willard O'Conner, De Wayne Olson, Bill Bergman, Gene Owens Ardell Brown, Elaine Paulson, Mary Schatz, Maxine Severson, Marilyn Dawson, Connie Atkinson, Aimee Knutson, Phyllis Seiler, Art Erickson Jim Baxter, Robert Dennison, Jeanne Ficken, Cecilia Slowey, Barbara Bolstad, Betty Elliot, Lois Hynk, Robert Spensley, Duane Jensen, Lauris Jensen JUNIOR HIGH 8-B Carleton Hoy, james Dahlman, Ralph Rubida, Roger Nelson, Arvard Bertrand, Melvin Marcot te Joan Schatz Marietta Christopherson Kathr n O'C B , , y onner, everly Olson, Gwendolyn Leikvold, Juanita Bouchey, Beverly Stride Nels Brunick, Bonnie Hanson, jacquiline Jacquith, Frances Chamberlain, Phyllis C1 . . . awson, William Schmalstezg 8-A l B Gene Collins, Billy Styles, Burdette Sargeant, Phillip Ostlund, Dewey Brown, jim Berke Betty Christopherson, Molly Malone, Adeline Lass, Sally Artley, Mary Bouchey, Mary Courtney Rogers, Yvonne Hanson JoAnne Strong, Beverly Seiler, Beverly Dennison. Bonnie Clark, Beverly Drafahl, Erma Davis JUNIOR HIGH 7-B Earl Garvey, Richard Hemmingson, Don Mount, James Peterson, Verne Jensen, John Barton, Dick Millett, Paul jones Eloise Lull, Roberta Bauman, Glennys Holmes, Anna Marie Walters, Evelyn Baity, Anna Mae Erickson. Bonnie Bowie. 7-A Deryl Kruse, Stewart Risk, Harold Ahlgrim, jim Soutar, Buddy Davis, Leon Kaltsulas, Robert Bates. Bernt Westre Tommy Searight, Leona Watson, Jean Geppert, Eva Girard, Gloma Hall, Shirley Boom, Verne Ficken Craig Lein, Phyllis Lawton, Margaret Iverson, Lucy Slowey, Dixie Jensen, Bruce Leer W chvihe BAND PICCOL0 Bill Ufford FLUTE Kathleen Brick Joyce Davis Leota Ostlund Richard Millett OBOE Philip Ostlund Roberta Bau an BASSOON Barbara Brookman Jeannette Cotton CLARINET Robert Gravrok Patsy Hasik Dorothy Barton Marie Stevenson Beverly Olson Evelyn Jacobsen Marilyn Horner Phyllis Searight Thomas Searight Bonnie Clark Mary Rogers Glennys Chaussee Jean Geppert Audrey Fry james Soutar Bill Schmalstieg Audry Lund BAND PERSONNEL ALTO CLARINET Patricia Frankenfeld BASS CLARINET 'alter Scott ALTO SAXOPHONE June Hoffman Joe Trotzig TENOR SAXOPHONE Marjory Wagner BARITONE SAXOPHONE Lois Edstrom FRENCH HORN Phyllis Leikvold Lorraine Anker Ruth Marcotte Phyllis Golz CORNET Donald Rothrock Richard Edberg Peggy Cadwell Bill Sanger Carleton Hoy Bill Bergman Sally Artley Gwendolyn Leikvold Virginia Bauman Evelyn Young Dean Cadwell james Berke TROMBONE Joy Gola Avis Lind Kathleen Paulson Florence Jacobsen John Barton BARITONE Alda Nelson joEva Bauman Iklen Lockwood BASS HORN Charles Lockwood Bradley Simons Vincent Peterson Dale Nelson PERCUSSION Jack DeVany Arvard Bertrand Robert Spensley Melvin Marcotte Marilyn Heikes XYLOPHONE Robert Stark Marilyn Cotton Joanne Heikes GLOCKENSPIEL Dorothy Dunlap SMALL ENSEMBLES HORN QUARTET BRASS SEXTET PhYl1is Goll. Ruth Marcotte. Lorraine Donald Rothrock, Dick Edberg, Phyllis Anken Phyllis Leikvold Leikvold, Charles Lockwood, Alda Nelson, Joy Golz CLARINET QUARTET STRING TRIO Bob Gravrok, Patsy Hasik, Beverly Joyce Davis, Gloria Gamage, jean Olson, Dorothy Barton Sammelson. B A N D There are 68 members in the Vermillion High School Band. High school, junior high, and grade school students compose this membership A xylophone, four french horns, two baritones, two drums, two basses, and several other new instruments have been added to the band during the year. Its repertoire includes marches of every description, over- tures, and other miscellaneous music. Under the fine direction of Mr. Foss, the band concentrated on marching the first semester. It made a brilliant picture as it led the Tanager Day parade down Main Street. The band was awarded second prize of 525,00 in the High School Band contest sponsored by the University on Dakota Day. During the year the band played at four assemblies, and at every home football and basketball game as well as for the games at the dis- trict tournament. The band and the vocal department gave a concert November 19. Another concert was presented February 18 at which time the small grade school band also played several numbers. March 27, a formal concert was given in Slagle Auditorium. That was the final performance of the band before the music contest in April. The officers of the band were: president, Robert Gravrokg vice- president, joy Golzg secretary, Peggy Cadwell: treasurer, Patsy Hasik: librarian, Charles Lockwood: member-at-large, Robert Stark, assistant director, Donald Rothrockg drum major, Dean Lee. MIXED CHORUS Adele Clark, Marlys Hult, Margaret Walz, Rita Swisher, Shirley Benson, Ruth Danielson, Carlton Christenson, Vernon Lambert, john Armstrong, Carlton Leikvold, Gail Chaney, Dorothy Dunlap, Myrtle Christopherson, Marjorie Ann Churchill Betty Golz, Leota Ostlund, Mary Schatz, Linette Lind, Alice Johnson, Florence Jacobsen, jim jorgenson, Lester Lindstrom, Glen Lindstrom, Lauren Cleland, Helen Armstrong, Joyce Davis, Anne Helstrom Barbara Brookman, Bernice Millet, Avis Lind, Vincent Peterson, Melvin Erickson, Burdette Benson, Donald Peterson, Joe Dawson, Bill Sanger, Katherine Simons, Kathleen Brick, Patsy Hasik, Rosabell Wilson Marjorie Erickson, Jean Sammelson, Peggy Cadwell, Marilyn Heikes, Art Erickson, Dale Nelson, Tom Kaltsulas, Manferd Brown, Alda Nelson, Patty Frankenfeld, Gayle Hofstad, Norma jean Hendricks, Miss Erickson The entire vocal department of Vermillion High School has given two concerts this year. One was given in October and the other April 17. The concert in April was the final performance of any of the various ensembles in this department before the contest. Am the beginning of the year the mixed chorus consisted of 70 members but due to contest restrictions the mem- bership was reduced to 54. This group provided music for the grade school operetta in Decem- ber. November 19 a concert was given by the mixed chorus and the high school band. MIXED OCTET Helen Armstrong, Vernon Lambert, Lois Edstrom, john Armstrong, Bur- dette Benson, Rita Swisher, Vincent Peterson, Shirley Benson. GIRLS' GLEE CLUB Marjorie Erickson, Peggy Cadwell, Marilyn Heikes, Gail Chaney, Ruth Danielson, Katherine Simons, Dorothy Dunlap, Myrtle Christopherson, Jean Sammelson,Marjorie Ann Churchill. Rita Swisher, Shirley Benson, Marlys Hult, Avis Lind, Patsy Hasik, Florence Jacobsen, Helen Armstrong, Joyce Davis, Katnleen Brick, Anne Helstrom Margaret Walz, Bernice Millett, Barbara Brookman, Alice Johnson, Alda Nelson, Patty Frankenfeld, Rosabell Wilson, Gayle Hofstad, Norma Jean Hendricks, Miss Erickson The girls' glee club appeared at the concert given in October and also at the one given in April. This organization was also required to reduce its original membership of 45 to 30 in order to enter the contest. The six girls who compose the sextet have put in many hours of practice this year for which they were R rewarded when they received a superior rating at the sub- regional contest. GIRLS' SEXTET Alda Nelson, Helen Armstrong, Lois Edstrom, Ruth Danielson, Florence Jacobsen, Rita Swisher 25 BOYS' GLEE CLUB Carlton Chrlstenson, Vernon Lambert, john Armstrong, Carlton Leikvold, joe Dawson, Donald Peterson Glen Lindstrom, Lauren Cleland, Melvin Erickson, Bill Sanger, Bud Benson, Vincent Peterson. Lester Lindstrom, Jim jorgenson, Manford Brown, Tom Kaltsulas, Dale Nelson, Art Erickson, Miss Erickson The boys' glee club composed of 24 members has appeared at several performances during the year showing an increase in quantity and improvement in quality over previous years. The boys in the sextet did excellent work throughout the year and won a Division I rating at the sub-regional contest. BOYS' SEXTET John Armstrong, Dale Nelson, Carleton Christenson, Donald Peterson, Art Erickson, Burdette Benson DRILL TEAM Gayle Hofstad, Virginia Mortenson, Connie Atkinson. Cleo Lee, Katherine Simons, Margaret Gronholx, Katherine O'Conner, Phyllis Seiler. Anna Mae Erickson Instructor--Miss Bruening, Leona Watson, Eloise Lull, Betty johnson, Iola Davis, Marilyn Dawson, Cecilia Slowey, Shirley Boom, jean Ficken Dixie Jensen, Lois Hynk, Irma Davis, Betty Gols, Shirley Stride-twirler, Dorothy Dunlap-leader, Leone Sanford-twirler, Beverly Dennison, Helen Brown. Lucy Slowey For the second consecutive year, Vermillion High School has had a drill team. This year there were thirty-six members. The squad performed at five games with three different drills. The last drill was a flag drill which was well received by the crowd. Both Junior and Senior High students made up the squad. The drill team was under the supervision of GAA, sponsored by Miss Marie Bruening. Officers were Drill Majorette Dorothy Dunlap Baton Twirlers Leone Sanford Shirley Stride CHEERLEADING SQUADS Jim Jorgensen, Barbara Brookman, Dorothy Dunlap, Dean Lee The cheerleading squad is composed of four members each semester. The cheerleaders are not allowed to serve two consecutive semesters and thus another squad is chosen for the second semester. The first semester's squad were Barbara Brookman, Dorothy Dunlap, Dean Lee, and Jim Jorgenson. The second semester's squad were Charlotte Kaltsulas Kathleen Brick, Art Ericson, and Dale Nelson. A11 eight cheerleaders received their letters. Dale Nelson, Charlotte Knltsulas, Kathleen Brick, Art Erickson FOOTBALL V Lee 0'Connor, Joe Dawson, John Armstrong, Vernon Lambert, Bill Bowie Bradley Simons, Burdette Anderson, Lowell Hanson, Burdette Benson Alden Bollne, Dick Edberg, Gordon Brown, Don Bacon, Donald Lindstrom VHS 6--Wagner 0 After losing every game of the previous season, the Tanagers started this season by chalking up a victory over Wagner 6-0. The Tanagers started out the season by using the tricky 'T' formation which is new to the club. VHS I9--Centerville 0 The Tanagers came through with two vic- tories in as many starts by thoroughly trouncing the Centerville boys 19-0. Bowie received two passes for 12 points and D. Brown made the remaining 7. This game proved that the Tanagers were going to be a strong club. VHS 0--South Sioux 0 Fighting for four quarters through about six inches of mud came to no good for the Tana- gera. The game ended in a deadlock 0-0. Although the game was played in South Sioux's territory most of the time the Tanagers didn't have the final push to make a counter. VHS 6--Leeds 7 The Leeds Lancers ruined an unbeaten record by defeating the Tanagers on Inman Field by the score of 7-6. Both were very evenly matched as the score shows. Both teams scored in the first half, but the attempted conversion failed, giving the game to Leeds. VHS 7--Hawarden I9 The Comets of Hawarden ruined Homecoming day for the Tanagers by defeating them by the SCG!! of 19-7. The Com ts counted twice before the Tanagers realized what had happened. The Tanagers counted in the last quarter but that was too late to make up the difference in the score. A fumble in the final few minutes proved fatal for another 7 points for Hawarden. VHS O--Yankton 20 Playing under the lights at Yankton the Tanagers were unable to stop the strong Bucks from Yankton and were defeated 20-0. Going against a team that was said to be one of the strongest in the state, the Tanagers had small chance of upsetting them. VHS 0--LeMars I8 Playing in a blinding snowstorm, the Tanagers were unable to match the LeMars Bull- dogs' power. The snow, a muddy field, and a wet football were fatal to the tricky 'T' forma- tion. VHS 6--Elk Point 6 Elk Point scored in the first quarter, but it didn't take long for the Tanagers to tie it all up. The last half the Tanagers were on the offensive continually but were unable to push the ball across. BASKETBALL Derald Brown, Burdette Benson, Vernon Lambert, Bill Bowie, Donavon Bacon Gordon Brown, Lowell Hansen, lalter Scott, Dale Firof, Warren Harris BASKETBALL l9WI-42 Starting out a 14 game schedule with only 5 lettermen returning was a hard task for Coach Nelson, but the Tanagers came through with 9 victories and 5 defeats dur- ing the season. In non-conference play the Tanagers were only able to defeat Beresford 30 to 20 They lost to a strong Yankton squad at the first of the season by the score of 27-20. Trinity, which proved to be one of the strongest clubs in Iowa, had a difficult time of defeating the Tanagers at their first meeting by beating them 37-25. In the last game of the regular season for the Tanagers, Trinity again easily won, trouncing V.H.S. 44 to 16. In tri-state competition the Tanagers came out very well, winning seven straight before being beaten in their last two conference games. They beat LeMars, Leeds, and Elk Point both times that the teams met but split with South Sioux and Hawarden. In both engagements with LeM rs and Leeds the Tanagers easily came through with victories. In the second game with Elk Point the Tanagers barely eked out a 21 to 20 victory. Beating both South Sioux and Hawarden in their first meeting, they were unable to defeat them again. In the game with South Sioux, which meant either winning the conference or tying for second, the Tanagers held a slight edge at the end of the first half, but were unable to hold the Cardinals who dropped in fifteen points while the Tanagers were getting five. The South Sioux Cardinals went on to win the Tri-State conference while the Tanagers finished in second place in a tie with Hawarden. In the first game of the District Tournament the Tanagers were matched against Centerville and easily subdued them by the score of 44 to 24. The following evening the Tanagers were matched against Wakonda who put up a much better fight than Centerville, but V.H.S. came through on the top end of the score by 35 to 25. In the semi-final game the Tanagers had an easy time with jefferson defeating them 31 to 17. In the big upset of the tourney Vermillion was defeated by Gayville. Gayville held a lead of 19 to 4 at halftime, and the game ended with Gayville the winner by the score of 23 to 21. TRACK Marshall Cleland, joe Dawson, Leo Ballard, Vernon Lambert, Burdette Benson, Bill Bowie Wayne johnson, Tom Schatz, Melvin Erickson, Lowell Hanson, Robert Clark, Burton Lawrenson Elwood Macy, Walter Scott, Gordon Brown, Alden Boline, Don Brown, Lyle Lawrenson This season is expected to be a good track year for the thin- clads of Vermillion High. Although getting off to a poor start being beaten by Yankton 99-19, the Tanagers will be coming back strong in forthcoming meets. The Tanagers' team score may not be so high but some of the individual events look very good. At present Lambert is going over the bar at ll feet in the pole vaultg if he keeps this up, he is a cinch to place in the State Meet. Don Bacon this year is tak- ing over Lawerence Cusik's job of last year at high jumping. At present he is topping the bar at 5 ft. 8 in. Both Scott and Brown, hurdlers from last year, look much better this season. Both boys will be running high and low hurdles. Hanson and Radigan will be adding points in the dashes. Schatz will be running the quarter mile, Gordon Brown, the half mile, and Cleland, the mile. The Conference Meet will be held April 25, and the Tanagers are expected to make a good showing. On May 1, come the Dakota Relays, followed by the Regional Meet, followed by the State. The Tanagers then will be through with athletics for another year. DRAMATICS The all high school play, 'What a Life' by Clifford Goldsmith was given on April 17, 1942. The plot of the story centers around Henry Aldrich and his troubles at Central High School. The play was given in Slagle Auditoriun and was directed by Miss Trione, Speech director. The characters in the play were as follows: Miss Shea, Dorothy Dunlap: Mr. Nelson, Joe Trotzig: Mr. Patterson, Bob Stark, Miss Pike, Eileen Lynch, Bill, Art Erickson: Miss Eggleston, Jean Sammelson: Miss Johnson, Joy Golz, Mr. Vecchitto, Jerry Harlowg Henry Aldrich, Bill Uffordg Barbara Pearson, Marjorie Erickson: Mr. Bradly , john Pardeeg Miss Wheeler, Merrie Lou Conawayg George Bigelow, Walter Scott: Gertie, Rosabell Wilson: Mrs. Aldrich, Marilyn Cotton: Mr. Ferguson, Bob Owens: Mary,joAnn Payton: and Extras, Leone Sanford, Kathleen Paulson, Phyllis Leikvold, Betty Golz, and Melvin Erickson. The play was in production for six weeks. There were fourteen members of the production staff and business staff. DEBATE if P l Patty Frankenfeld, Bill Conaway, Ann Helstrom, Bill Ufford, Betty Golz Instructor--Miss Trione, Joy Golz, Eileen Lynch, Phyllis Searight The debate squad during the past year participated in 60 debates. Out of 58 decisional debates the squad won 34. The debaters entered 8 tournaments at the University, Brookings, Madison, Parker, Canton, Pipestone, and a divisional tourn- ament at Yankton. The Varsity team composed of Joy Golz, Eileen Lynch, and Bill Conaway debated at the Yankton Divisional tournament but were eliminated after two defeats. The members of the debate squad also participated in extemporaneous speaking, oratory, and discussion contests where they nude a very excellent showing. Tom Mead won a medal in oratory for superior rating at a tournament. Bill Conaway won a medal in extemporaneous speaking, placed second in that contest in the divisional meet, and placed first in a district tournament. Joy Golz made an outstanding showing in the discussion contest sponsored by the University when she placed third with a superior rating out of over 100 speakers entered in the.discussion contest. Joy also ranked first in several other discussion contests. Miss Phyllis Trione coached the squad. DECLAMATION Thirty students entered the declamation contest of Vermillion High School. The final contest was held in the high school auditoriun on November 6. The winners of each division and their selections were as follows: Poetry 'The Raven' Phyllis Searight Oratory 'The American Way of Life' Tom Mead Dramatic 'Illusion' Helen Armstrong Humorous 'The Awful Fate of Melpomenus Jones' Bill Ufford These students were then eligible to enter the district contest at Elk Point. Miss Trione assisted by Miss Westaby coached the students. l942 TANAGER Melvin Erickson, Bob Stark, John Pardee, Joe Trotzig Leone Sanford, Evelyn Christopherson, Walter Scott, Bob Jones, Alda Nelson. Mary Margaret Sanger Barbara Brookman, Joy Golz, Marilyn Cotton, Phyllis Leikvold, Betty Barton Not in picture, Dorothy Dunlap After a lapse of one year the Tanager was again published. This year the annual was published by the entire high school rather than by just the senior class. The staff is as follows: EDITORIAL STAFF Editor ------ ---- Marilyn Cotton Assistant Editor - - ----- joy Golz Class Editor ------ Phyllis Leikvold Assistant Class Editor - Marjorie Erickson Photographers -------- John Pardee joe Trotzig Art Editors - - -Leone Sanford Alda Nelson Organization Editors ---- Dorothy Dunlap Evelyn Christopherson Sports Editors - - - - - Walter Scott Bob Stark Music Editors- - - -Jean Sammelson Barbara Brookman Snapshots ------ Mary Margaret Sanger BUSINESS STAFF Business Manager ------- john Pardee Assistants - - - - - joe Trotzig Marie Stevenson Betty Barton Phyllis Leikvold Melvin Erickson Bob jones VERMILLIONAIRE Alice johnson, Melvin Erickson, jerry Harlow, Burdette Anderson, Margaret Conway Helen Lockwood, Patty Frankenfeld, Dorothy Dunlap, Phyllis Leikvold, Marilyn Cotton, Evelyn Jacobsen, Kathleen Brick, Adviser-Miss Westaby Betty Barton, Joy Golz, Bill Conaway, Merrie Lou Conaway, Bob Stark, Mary Margaret Sanger, Walter Scott, Marilyn Horner, Ann Helstrom This year was the twenty-fifth anniversary of the Vermillionaire, the High School paper. The Vermillionaire was started in the fall of 1917 and was then known as the Versodak, which comes from Vermillion, South Dakota. No records or files were kept of the first volunes, but they were issued every month at five cents a copy. The Vermillionaire was first printed in booklet form but in 1918 it was changed to the form we now have. The Vermillionaire staff for the first semester consisted of the following: Editor, Bob Stark: Assistant Editors, Marilyn Cotton and Mary Margaret Sanger: Editorials, Mary M. Sanger, Feature Editor, Dorothy Dunlap: Sports, Walter Scott and Bob Johnsong Photographers, Joe Trotzig and John Pardee: Business Manager, John Pardee: and adviser, Miss Carol Westaby. Reporters were Betty Barton, Helen Lockwood, Joy olz, Marilyn Horner, Shirley Benson, Shirley Strong, Ann Helstrom, Merrie Lou Conaway, and the journalism class. The set-up was changed during the second semester and Page Editors were assigned. They were Bob Stark, First Page Editor, Mary M. Sanger, Second Page Editor: Walter Scott, Third Page Editor, and Marilyn Horner, Fourth Page Editor. The reporters were then given their assignments from the page editors and each reporter had a parti- cular position to fill. Typists were Joy Golz, Phyllis Leikvold, Evelyn Christopherson, and Marilyn Cotton. QUILL AND SCROLL Marilyn Cotton, Melvin Erickson, Bob Stark, Walter Scott, Merrie Lou Conaway Mr. Marshall, joy Golz, Phyllis Lelkvold, John Pardee, Mary Margaret Snngen Miss Westaby, not in picture-Dorothy Dunlap The Quill and Scroll is an honorary journalistic society which was organized in 1941. The advisers are Mr. Marshall and Miss Westaby. At present there are ten members. They are joy Golz, Phyllis Leikvold, John Pardee, Bob Stark, Dorothy Dunlap, Marilyn Cotton, Merrie Lou Conaway, Mary Margaret Sanger, Walter Scott, and Melvin Ericson. The members are chosen for membership on their ability md aptitude in the journalism field. The pin is a gold quill and scroll. GIRL RESERVES Marlys Hult, Alice Johnson, Avis Lind, Joy Golz, Marilyn Dawson, Helen Armstrong, Mary Margaret Sanger, Bernice Millett Mary Schatz, Linette Lind, Marie Stevenson, Lorraine Anker, Gwendolyn Hansen, Helen Michels, Norma Jean Hendricks, Adviser-Mrs. Reinertson Mary Ellen Owens, Dorothy Barton, Betty Barton, Jean Sammelson, Marilyn Cotton, Evelyn Christopherson, Phyllis Leikvold, Audrey Fry, Dorothy Dunlap There were 60 members in the Girl Reserve Club of Vermillion High School during 1941-42. Mrs. Reinertson served as faculty adviser. The club held one business meeting and one party each month. All girls interested in Girl Reserve work were invited to attend the first meeting, The club activities this year included sewing and knitting for the Red Cross. Programs at the business meetings consisted mostly of speakers. The annual Mother-Daughter Banquet was held near the close of the school year. Members of the Cabinet for the past year were president, Marilyn Cotton: vice-president, Evelyn Christophersong secretary, Jean Sammelsong and treasurer, Leone Sanford. Other members of the Cabinet were Betty Barton, Joy Golz, Barbara Brookman, Audrey Fry, Phyllis Leikvold, Evelyn Jacobsen, June Hoffman, Jo Alva Payton, Alda Nelson, Gail Chaney, Dorothy Dunlap, and Katherine Simons. Shirley Benson, June Hoffman, Gail Chaney, Shirley Lee, Charlotte Kaltsulas, Katherine Simons, Shirley Leer, Patsy Hasik, Joyce Davis Marilyn Horner, lola Davis, Margaret Conway, Eileen Lynch, Susie Albers, Barbara Brookman, Phyllis McDonald, Leone Sanford, Shirley Stride Betty Lambert, Florence Jacobsen, Marjorie Erickson, Kathleen Brick, Patty Frankenfeld, Betty Golz, Jo Ann Payton, Marjorie Wagner, Evelyn Jacobsen, Helen Lockwood 37 HI-Y Pat Lee, Charles Anderson, Clark Strong, Donavan Peterson, Jim Jorgensen, jerry Harlow, Gene Nelson, Duane 0'Daniels, Bob Gravrok, Joe Dawson, Burdette Benson, Don Jenson, Stanley Lee jack Sampson, Leo Palensky, Bob Haines, John Armstrong, Francis Armstrong, Orvin Gunderson, Andrew Seiler, Bradley Simons, Burton Lawrensen, Alden Boline, Adviser-Mr. Kirchdoerfer Jim Baxter, Melvin Erickson, Arthur Nissen, Vincent Peterson, Lowell Hansen, Donavan Bacon, Bill Bowie, Harlan Emerson, Archie Bacon Lester Emerson, Eugene Seiler, Wayne Johnson, Arthur Erickson The Hi-Y Club is an active boys' organization in high school. There are about forty-five members in the club. The officers are: president, Robert Gravrokg vice-president, Joe Trotzigg secretary- treasurer, Gene Nelson. The purpose of the club is 'to create, maintain, and extend throughout the school and community, high standards of Christian character.' Clean speech, clean sportsmanship, and clean living are also emphasized. The club has held meetings regularly during the year. The Hi-Y programs are both educational and recreational. The program included parties, intramural basketball, and a trip to Sioux Falls, where several members participated in a Y.M.C.A. basketball tournament there Each member of the club this year purchased a defense stamp and later canceled it at a general assembly. The stamps are to be framed and hung in the school hall. Mr. Kirchdoerfer was the faculty adviser for the boys' club. FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA Charlotte Kaltsulas, Evelyn Jacobsen, Kathleen Paulson, Marilyn Horner, Florence Jacobsen Merrie Lou Conaway, Marilyn Dawson, Marilyn Cotton, Phyllis Leikvold, Marie Stevenson Kathleen Brick, Barbara Brookman, Marjorie Erickson, Dorothy Dunlap, joy Golz, Dorothy Barton The Mr. Chips Chapter of the Future Teachers of America had eighteen members. The club was organized in May 1939 and received its charter from the National Education Association. Meetings were held regularly during the year. To make money, members of the club sold ice cream bars after school on Wednesdays and Fridays. Marjorie Erickson was president of the club and Peggy Cadwell was secretary-treasurer. Miss Gould acted as adviser. GIRLS' ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION Twila Hanson, Eileen Lynch, Marilyn Cotton, Phyllis Leikvold, Shirley Leer, Helen Lockwood Mary Ellen Owens, Gloria Hanson, Marjorie Erickson, Barbara Brookman, Florence Jacobsen, Marie Stevenson, Kathleen Brick Susie Albers, JoEva Bauman, Ruth Marcotte, Dorothy Dunlap, Mary Margaret Sanger, Joy Golz, Adviser-Miss Bruening The Girls' Athletic Association celebrated its fifth anniversary this year, 1942. The association was organized by Miss Helen Anstey, physical education director for five years in Vermillion High School. This year Miss Marie Bruening, girls' athletic instructor, supervised the club. The purpose of the club is to promote an athletic interest, to create good sports- manship, and to foster good health. The GAA won first place in the Tanager Day parade for the most beautiful float. The drill team was also sponsored by this organization. There are fifty-five members in this organization. The officers are as follows: president, Dorothy Dunlap: vice-president, Ruth Marcotteg secretary-treasurer, Mary M. Sanger, social chairman, Joy Golzg sports chairman, joEva Baumang assistant sports chairman, Susie Albers. Betty Barton, Dorothy Barton, Marilyn Dawson, Helen Armstrong, Katherine Simons, Marlys Hult, Bernice Millett, Virginia Bauman Mary Schatz, Betty johnson, Virginia Mortenson, Shirley Lee, Marilyn Horner, Twila Severson, Doris Coombs, Maxine Severson, Shirley Stride jo Ann Payton, Betty Golz, Charlotte Kaltsulss, Patty Frankenfeld, Margaret - Conway, Phyllis Seiler, Marjorie Wagner, Evelyn Jacobsen, Gwendolyn Hansen LIBRARIANS Helen Armstrong, jack DeVany, Don Bacon, Bob Stark, Walter Scott, June Hoffman Barbara Brookman, Eileen Lynch, Phyllis Searight, Susie Albers, Gwen Hanson, Audrey Fry This year the library has been under the supervision of one faculty adviser and several student librarians. Miss Gould acted as adviser first semester with Barbara Bolstad, Susie Albers, Betty Barton, Phyllis Searight, Harriet Chamness, Marilyn Cotton, Evelyn Christopherson, Joyce Davis, Barbara Brookmnn, Gwen Hanson, Eileen Lynch, Leone Sanford, and Mary Margaret Sanger as student librarians. During the second semester Miss Schoenmann acted as supervisor. Her assistants were Helen Armstrong, Jack DeVany, Don Bacon, Bob Stark, Walter Scott, June Hoffman, Barbara Brookman, Eileen Lynch, Phyllis Searight, Susie Albers, Gwen Hanson and Audrey Fry. Each librarian devoted one period a day to his work. HOMECOMING ee, - i VIQQWY Vermillion The Coronation Ceremony ------ Seventh grade float--'Sophomore float--VHS Marching Band--Our King and Queen Tanager Day was more than a success this year. Not only did the students enjoy the usual features of homecoming--bonfire, snake dance, free movie, parade, game, and dance--but also VHS had a king and queen, the first for many years. Dorothy Dunlap and Burdette Anderson were elected as king and queen by the student body. Their attendants were Phyllis Leikvold, Joy Golz, Joe Trotzig, and Robert Gravrok. Also a boy and girl from each class were chosen to be in the ceremony which was held on the eve of Tanager Day to crown the royalty of VHS. Although the Tanagers were defeated in their game that afternoon, this homecoming was one of the finest. 42. HICKVILLE COUNTY FAIR 3 'Qi' IA Q- w ,l 'W 7 Whoops! ------ Hello, Grandpappy ------ Not so hicky, but nice ---- Oh, you cute kids ---- Family portrait, I presume ---- Don't beat 'em, gramp----What, you again? Hickville was sponsored by the senior class after being discontinued for a year. The day's festivities began early, for the seniors wore their 'Hick' clothes all day and were joined by the other students at the fair. Stands, a newspaper, a floor show, and the election of Leo Palensky as Mayor were a few of the successful evening's highlights. 43 X 'B """"T7-TT'- CA P3 xxx N , ' 2 J X 0 A Q I, " o .ff lA-testi' 'iq lN Alma 'Q Cu nrd-FSH g The V MQP ea. 16 , -' g rm Tm Rm! ' x Marching X112 U2-INOQYU SQNIOY' 731-on-1 515 ', x 3, H i-L 94211 ' N: if' oun- 9 5",1',f5L"""' Guess wa IC YIIIQ Counfy 'fan-f" I I' l , , a. M4 X f . w- f X ,.:,',' '. . I ' -.. r ,f 0 n f e 4, The HA P Mfo.-K4 19 Hggigsg I ' X 1:--1- :-.l qx A SNAPSHOTS ln M Q '4'f" :Q 'ib' l , f ' .y ,J il N ,.,. I .A gkphihw xiii 'li A MJ .41 Our Editor ------ A faculty 'Blue Heaven' ----- Pals ----- Not a teacher!-----Seasick Stinky----- Westaby pose ----- What beautiful legs you have, Jim ----- 'Dopey' jones, water boy ----- This modern generation!-----She says, 'Stinky, go home!' ----- Sweet little chums' SNAPSHOTS -wrff'f" - 4- ' W M .N Q in-Q. 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