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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.
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.
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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
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.
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