Vermillion High School - Tanager Yearbook (Vermillion, SD)

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UECKER MR. VAN GURKUM DR. W. H. FAIRBANKS MRS. HAROLD BRUUHMAN MR. I. G. FARMER MR. L. LLOYD Third row: Fourth row: Mi Mr Mls Mr. Second row: Mis Mr. First row: Mr. Bru urss srrcrsav vne.x music university H 5- DU'- ms--mu. HR. VAN GDRHIM jr. High Principal University of S. Dak. B.A. MISS STINSON Secretary University ol S. Dak. Ml. MARCO! Dlatributlve Education Industrial Arts University of Nebraska B.S. sv MISS ERICKSDN Typing Shorthnd Dakota Wesleyan. A.B. MISS ANDERSON Social Studies Iosa State College Colorado Stats Collela of Ed . ll. NELSON Coach Dakota lselsyan--B.A. University of S. Dak. ILA. e Della Erickson, lr. T. Van Gorkom, Miss Gladys Stinson, Glen Marcoe, Miss Elaine Erickson s Annette Anderson, Mr. L. A. Nelsen, Miss Elaine Lloyd T. Uecker, Mrs. Mary Sedgwick s Eleanor Page, Miss Margaret Pedersen, Miss Allce Ed Bajuniemi, Mlss Keltha Leels, Mr. Ardeen Foss John Barstow, Miss Carole lesteby, Miss Marie Bies, Mr. Walter gger, Miss Inez Hollingsworth, Miss Mlldred Sutera MISS MEYER Mathematics Huron College A .B. MR. UECKER Superintendent University of S. Dall. B.A.-- M. A. uns. ssnaewrcx Phy.. na. fe. Girls umvu.nyofs.nn. s.s, MISS PAGE X Engllsh Speech Univeralty of S. Dak. B. A. MISS PEDERSON Art Sioux Falla College MISS CROSS Homemaking Iona State College--B.S. ue. HAJUNIEMI Jr. High Sclenca - Huron College MISS LEWIS Social Studies Augustana Unlveraity ol S. Dall. University of I. Va. MR. FOSS Band Science Sioux Falls Collage B. A. MR. BARSTOI Sclence Northern Stats Teachers College--B.S. University of S. Dak. MISS YESTABY English J.. HL Colorado State Teachers College4-B.A. MISS DIES English Columbus Collele Creighton University univsnny or sa. bak. B. A. MR. IRULUER H.s.Pnnupn lathemat les Huron Col lege A. B. Meyer, Cross, Third row: Glen Bensen, Duane Iverson, Bill Bergman, Art Erickson Second row: Mr. Brugger, Ione Teutsch, Sally Artley, Gwen Leikvold, Miss Erickson First row: Gwen Hansen, Carlton Hoy, Evelyn Jacobsen, Harley Boline, Anna Mae Erickson. Not in picture: Jo Ann Payton. S T U D E N T C 0 U N C I L The Student Council, the governing body of the school, was elected by the students from the classes and organizations. A boy and girl were elected from each class and one member from each organization. The group sponsored several dances, Tanager Day, and a bond rally and competative selling of bonds and stamps during the year. The sponsors were Miss Elaine Erickson and Mr. Walter Brugger. Officers were: President, Harley Bolineg Vice-president, Jo Ann Payton, Treasurer, Evelyn Jacobsen, and Secretary, Gwen Hanson. nfs? Q F 1 D E D I C A T I O N The class of '44 wishes to dedicate this annual to all those of their class who are serving in the Armed Forces. S E N I 0 R C L A S S Although the class was as large as usual there were a great many not able to be here to receive their diplomas. By May 21, five were in the Army, Navy and Air Corps. Officers for the class are President, Charles Andersong Vice-pres- ident, Jo Paytong Secretary-treasurer, Marge Wagnerg and Student Council representatives, Harley Boline and Evelyn Jacobsen. The advisors were Mr. Barstow and Mrs. Sedgwick. The class this year put on a very successful Hickvilleg sponsored the Junior-Senior Promg and published the 'Tanager'. 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 Virginia Bauman, Pat Frankenfeld, Peg Barton, Charles Anderson, Jerry Fraser, Franklin Papin, Bill Ufford, and Warren Harris. CHARLES ANDERSON Basketball 1,2 Football 1,2 Bl-Y 1,2 Debate 4 Class'0ff1cer 3,4 Tanager 4 HELEN ARMSTRONG Glee Club 1,2,4 Girls Ensemble IQ, Mixed Ensemble 1 ,2 Chorus I,f,4 Vocal Solo 1,2,4 0.A.A. 1,2 Girls Reserves 1 ,2 Drill Team 1 Declamatory, 1,2,4 Debate l Librarian l Vermilllonaire 4 Tanager 4 Plays l,2,4 JOHN ARIIBTRONO Glee Clyb 1,2,4 Chorus l,2,4 lllxed Ensemble 1 ,2,4 Vocal Bolo 1,2 Rl-Y 1 Football 1,2,4 Interlural 11,2 ARCH IE BAC ON Basketball 1,2,3 Track 2,3 Cleo Club 4 Hi-I 1,2,8,4 VIRGINIA BAUMAN Band 1,2,3,4 Instrulental Groups 2,3,4 G.A.A. 1,2,3,4 Girls Reserves 1 Drill Team 1,2 Declamatory 4 SHIRLEY BENSEN Glee Club 2,a,4 Girls Ensemble 8,4 lllxed Ensemble 2 Chorus 2,8,4 G.A.A. 3,4 Girl Reserves 1,2 Student Council 2 Vermllllonalre 1 Queen 4 HARLEY BOLINE Basketball 4 Football 2,3,4 Track 4 Glee Club 4 Chorus 4 Librarian 4 Student Council 4 Tanager 3 'ranager Day Attendant 4 PEG CONWAY Student Council Rep. 2 Vernllllonalre 3 Glee Club 3 Girl Reserves 2,3 Librarian 8 G.A.A. 1,2 DGIIS COOIIBS JERRY K. FRASER G-A-A- 2.3,4 Verlillionalre 2,4 Tanager 4 IOLA DAVIS G.A.A. 1,2,3 Girl Reserves F.'1'.A. 2,3 Drill Teal 2 JOHN DE VA KY Basketball 1,2 Foozuux 1,2,4 Track 2,4 Band 1,2,4 H1-Y 4 Librarian 1,2 Student Counci Class Officer Verlillionaire Tanager 4 LESTER EHERSON Football 2,3,4 Track 3,4 lil- Y 2,3,4 ROLAND GIRARD Interlural Ball 1 l,2,8 Football, Cheerleader 1 1 2 4 UUE!! HAISEN G.A.A. 1,2,8 Girl Reserves 1.2.8 Drill Teal 1 Librarian 1,2 Student Council 4 Class Officer 3 Verlillionaire 3,4 Tanager 4 Plays 4 JOYCE HA N8 ON G.A.A. l,3.4 Girl Reserves l,2,3 l'.T.A. 8 Drill Teal 1,2 Librarian 2,3,4 Verlillionaire 2,3,4 JERRY HARLOW Glee Club 1,3 Boys Ensemble 1,3 Chorus 1,3 H1-Y 1,2,3,4 Librarian 3 Verm1l11ona1re 1,2 Orchestra 1 Play 1,3,4 WARREN HARRIS Basketball 1,2,3,4 Football 4 Track 1,3,4 Glee Club 1 Chorus 1 IORIA JEAN RE NDR IC KS Glee Club 1,2,3,4 Chorus 1,2,3,4 Band 3 0.A.A. 2.8,4 Girl Reserves 1,2,3 Librarian 4 Vermillionaire 4 BOB HOLIES VIRGINIA HURLBUT Girl Reserves 3 G.A.A. 1 JO ANN PAYTON Tanager 3 Student Council 1,3 Glee Club 1,2,4 Chorus 1,2,4 Girls Ensemble 4 llixed Ensemble 4 Vocal Solo 2,4 heclamatory 1, Playa 1,2 Drill Team 1 Girl Reserves 1,2,3 Librarian 3 Vermillionaire 4 G.A.A. 1,2,3 EVELYN JACOBSEN Band 1,2,3,4 Instrumental Groups 4 0.A.A. l,2,3 F.T.A. 1,2,3 Deill Team 1 Declamatory 1 scuaenefcounc 11 4 Vernllllonaire 2,3,4 Tanager 2,8,4 Tanager Day Attendent. Play Production Staff JAMES J ORGENSON Basketball 1,2 Track 1,2 Glee Club 1,2,3,4 llixed Ensemble 2 Chorus 1,2,3,4 H1-Y 1,2,3,4 Librarian 3 Vermlllionalre 1 Cheerleader !,2,3,4 CHARLOTTE KA LTSULAS G.A.A. 1,2 Girl Reserves 1,2 F-T.A. 1,2 Drlll Team 1 DBCIGIBCOPY 1 Debate 1 Student Council 1 Verullllonaire 4 Tanager 4 Cheerleader 1,2,3,4 Plays 4 BETTY LAIBERT Girl Reserves 2,3 Verlilllonaire 4 Llbrar lan 4 Tanage r 4 SHIRLEY LEE Tanager 3 Band 1,2 Drill Teal 2 F.'1'.A. l Girl Reserves 1,2 Librarian 3 G.A.A. 1,2,3 STANLEY LEE Hi-Y 2 , 3 ,4 , STERLING LE IKVOLD Glee Club 2 Chorus 2 sunmzr Lunnou rsr Basketball 4 Football 2,3,4 Track 4 Glee Club 4 Chorus 4 Verllllionaire 4 A11 Shhool Play 4 DALE NE LSON Boys Ensemble 2,3 Glee Club 2,3,4 Mixed Ensemble 2, Chorus 2,3,4 Vocal Solo 2 Band 1,2,3,4 IUSCPUIEHLII Grou Instrumental Solo Librarian 3 Vermlllionaire 2 Tanager 3 Cheerleader 2,4 Plays 4 Orchestra 1 ARTHUR NISSEN Basketball 4 Football 2,3,4 Track 2,3,4 Glee Club 2,3 Chorus 2,3 H1-Y 2,3,4 Verlillionalre 4 ,4 3,4 vs 2, 4 EUGENE SEILER CLARK STRONG R1-Y 1,2,8 Football I Track Squad 3 Track 3 Football Squad 3,4 Band 1 Ri-Y 1 ,2,3,4 Vernillionalre 4 rum ssvznson 'ILUURUFFORD G.A.A. 2,3,4 TUUIBBI' 4 G11-1 Reserves 1 Class Secretary 1 Drill Teal 1 Band 1v3v3,4 Ln,,.U.1.n 4 Declalatory l,2,3,4 1-lnlger 4 Debate l,2,3,4 Playa 2,4 Football KATHERINE SIUOIIS ELLIS WRITE Glee Club 1,2,3,4 Basketball 4 Chorus 1,2,3,4 Football 2,3,4 G.A.A. 1,2,3,4 Glee Club 4 Girl Reaervaa 1,2,3 Chorua 4 Drill Teal 1,2 Verulllionaire 4 BRERILEY STRIDE IARGIE ANDERSON G-A.A. 1,2 G.A.l. 3 Girl Reserves 1 Girl Reaervea 1,2,3 Drill Tea: 1,2 Glee Club 4 Librarian 4 Chorua 4 Baton Tlirler 1,2,4 Declalatory 4 Debate 4 Librarian 4 BETTY BARTON FRANKLIN PAPIN G.A.A. 1.2 Student Councio Rep. 3 F.T.A. 2,3 Declalatory 2 Declauatory 1 Debate 2,4 Debate 1 Librarian 1,2 Class Officer 1,2 Vernillionaire l,2,3, Tanager 1,2,3,4 4 DOROTHY BARTON MARILYN HORIIER Band 1,2,3,4 Band l.,2,3 Instrumental Groups 2,4 G.A.A. 1,2,8 Instrumental Solo 3,4 Girl Reserves 1,2,3 G.A.A. 1,2 F.T.A. 1,2,3 Girl Reserves 1,2,8 F.'I'.A. 1,2,3 Drill Team 1 Debate 1 Student Council 3 Verlillionaire 3,4 Tanager 4 Plays Production Sta PAT FRANKE NFE LD Glee Club 1 Chorus 1 Band 1,2,4 G.A.A. 1 F.T.A- 1,2 Drill Teal l Debate 1 Student Council 2 Class Officer i Verlillionaire 1,2,4 Play Production Staf All School Play 4 IIARGE WAGNER Band 1,2,3,4 0.A.A. 1, Girl Reserves 1,2,3 F.T.A.1.3 Declalation 1,2 Student Council 1 Class Officer 3,4 Vernillionaire 2,3,4 Tanager 3,4 Play Production Sta! ff f f Drill Teal 1 YUCIIIICIOII 1,2 Debate 1 Verlillionatre 1,2 Tanager 3,4 Plays 1 NUI' PICTURED! DALE FIROF ROBERT HAINES WALTER JOHNSON LLOYD UALONE HRK IIEISENHOLDER RAY NOUNT DUANE 0'DANIELS N I 0 A S S 'w A WJ ,W si,- .4 W? Third row: Robert Peterson, Elwood Macy, Donald O'Connor, Joseph Reedy, Donald Bensen, De Wayne Olson, Jerry Fraser. Second row: Ralph Miller. Ardell Brown, Robert Spensley, Mr. Marcoe, Kenneth Domine. Hallie Swedeen, Wayne Wylie, Forrest Leer. First raw: Lois Hyink, Betty Jorgensen, jurdes Lund. Maxine Severson, Marilyn N , A Dawson, Miss Cross. Third row: Second row: First row: a. 41 'CFP W, Tom Kaltsulss, Stanley Jansen, Maurice Severson, Orvin Gunderson, Dick Manning, Bill Sanger, Art Erickson. Elaine Paulson, Adele Clark, Elaine Oatrsat. Marilyn Collins, Ann Teemen Lenette Lind, Leota Ostlund. Edsel Holden, lone Teutsch, Mary Schatz, Msrlys Hull, Almee Knutson, Bill Bergman. ggg 46 , and A , ,,w ,, ,A+ k ' x W-if , WW Qt w M an nr .., an. ww -LA 1 we H. , n, LW' , W 2 at '1 Q ge J v ' 'gif -an my Fourth raw: Arverd Bertrend, Don legner, Dnvld Edetrom. Don Byetrnm, Clnlr Jensen, Carlton Hoy. Third Row: Mr. Foes, Jnmee Malone, Rlchnrd Llngberg. Donehue Evnnl. Sterling Lind, Second row: Joanne Helkeu. Gwen Lellzvold, jenn Schatz, Beverly Olnon, Mgry Mockler, Carolyn Guce, Jenn Swedeen. First row: Dune Iverson, Selly Artleey, Jequellne jequlth, Klm Berke, Bonnle Clerk, Phlllp Oetlund. Don Marie, Francie 0'Conner, leyne Merrlgln, Cllylon Thomplon, Knrl Lemmer, Robert Heckenlively, Kim Dnhlmnn, Virgil Leltru. Betty Chrhtophernon, Mery Bouchey, Glen Levrenlen, Don Melons. Inyne Bye, Beverly Seiler. Roberte Hood. Bonnie Hannon, Beverly Stride, junnite Bouchey. Adeline Lens, Yvonne rv.:-.er-, Beverly Drelhnl. Erln Davie. Glnrh jonee, Betty Ingberg, Ethel lilhle, llnry Christoph- 2+ A 'fren V W :W -5 Ei .1. Q, .mf AQ, W, ENN v NL, W W? ,A an M W ww... ' GX! dv- .r nz... u -1 K9 we vb A f. 0 O ,Ju H S S M., Fourth row: Third row: Second row: First row: F5 i 5 E3 5 Toll Seorlght. Loren Hella, Stewart Rink, Lowell Macy, Gene Hnrringtonv Bud Burton. Crnig Lien. Delmnr Lynch, Knvrubce Kew, Miry Lee Eubnnk, Ann: Mae Erickson, Donnld Mount, Leo Milloge. Leona lution, Bonnle Bovle, Ceoyne Hurlbutl, Elaine Luil. Dlxle Jenuen, Jenn Geppert, Mnrcelline Lenhnrt, lil: Bien. Phyllis Lnrton, Shirley Boom, Tom Welker, Roberto Bnuman, Vivian Kniaer. Chnrlotto Ellison, Betty Ann Hlndcock. Fourth row: Glan Benson John Paul Joneu. Levis Miller, Leon Klltlulol, Fred Jncob, Daryl Krun, Ronnie Brown. Third row: Bruce Leer, Bern! Weutra, Earl Garvey, Elmer Mount, Verdon Chriitophnr- lun, Glen Willinmu. Second row: Glennyl Holmel, Durlyene Eidem. Leno Solomon, Shirley Hnrrlnmn, Rosalyn leatre, jenn Velhnuer, Glonn Hull, Glndya Bgity, Minn Hollingsworth. Firnt row: Betty Bendixen, Katherine Holik, De Lorie Anderson, Glennyn Benlen, Joyce Vennord. Audrey Lund. 'Z' Q- Q. -1. 5' nv- .. xr- ' I 'W mx' Bob Colvln, Dnle Pateruon. james Shell. Blll Bnlsom. Deune Reqney. Min: Weltnby, Henry Holman, Orphn l-lunnon, Joan Chnulnee, Eileen Ellllon Leln Chrislopherson, Shirley G-rvey. Deln Cndvlell, julie Rluk, Adlnide Benlen, Ruth Ann Schmidt, Jenn Shul- Blnnche llntuan. Thlrd row jlmel Blnus Merlin Anderson, Jim Dalton, jahn Prinl, Don Lqncrnin, Second row xl: Weitnby onnn Brown, Eldora Ernst. Arlene Outlund. Marilyn Gundersun, Donn: Knrvun Jenn Hannon, Evelyn Young. Frrst row Lily Ann Sanberl Duck Mend, Mnrilyn Lunnlng, Dun Button, Allce Chrutenson Helen Duulman. A L. .M A vm 1 qi, It f. mf W Q M., .fn W. .- .4 1. Third r ol: Secnnd row: Firat raw: lhrry Ialtera, lalter Bouchey, George Horner, Ellnor Sealey, Cecil Olaon, Kenneth Spain, Bob Baaty, Dorothy Clark, james Prine. Jean Meiaenholder, Beverly Weatre, Sam Patterson, Larry Mulllns. joan lkiaenholder. Marilyn Perdue, Jean Ueclcer, jim Dunlap, Junlor Davil. Hiaa Anderaon. Glen Beckwlth. Dlck Hoy. Bob Bergman, Catherine Erlckaon. Dunne Brunlck Donna Llen, Allan Schell. lary Ann Myron. Third ron: Lilo Flcken. Melvin Chamberlin, Wilmer Clark, Howard Ahllrim, Dick Cannell, Eldon Ferrla, Blll Brlck, Lorena Iataon. Second row: Mr. Bajunieml, Richard Sanford, jim Micheals, Jane Baety, Arlene Dralhal, Patty Alliaon. Carmeleta Rubedau, Betty Anderson, Goldie Boom. First row: Charlea Berglund, Bonnie Savol, Marilyn Berke. Lonnie Catton, Tlm Mell- enholder. Dorothy Severlon, Lois Stengel. Wallace Paulaon- Kenneth Hallael. .iffy L fkfiff N M -.N Q-v Av- A--."""-5 3 1 1 1 .1 E f IN THE SERVICE ff David Qfovznor Mme G'M1ae.3.s E EEE T . 1 E agen? Qeaief' m'i7Zr1ifi rJQQia.L4?i'z Bw mmeg iilnvw W X25 Q! Fifth row: Beverly Seiler, Bonnie Hanson, Lena Solomon, jean Swedean, Joyce Hanson, Ceyonne Hurlbut, Bonnie Bowie, Marilyn Dawson Fourth row: Marilyn Collins, Betty Ann Inberg, Maxine Severson, Twila Severson, Gloria jones, Doris Coombs, Shirley Boom., Third row: Billy Stride, Norma Jean Hendricks, Virginia Bauman, Darlene Eidem, jean Vilhauer, Gloma Hall, Bonnie Clark, Vivien Kaiser, De Lores Anderson. Second row: Mrs. Sedgwick, Katherine Simons, Ethel Millage, Bonnie Hanson, Roberta Bauman, Katherine Hasik, Betty Lou Bendixen Adeline Lass, Mary Mockler, Caroline Grace. First row: Jacqueline jacquith, Phyllis Lawton, Glennys Bensen, Irma Davis, Ione Tuetsch, Marlys Hult, Shirley Bensen, Barbara Bolstad. G. A. A. The Girls' Athletic Association this year celebrated its seventh anniversary. This year Mrs. Sedgwick, girls' athletic instructor, supervised the club. The purpose of the club is to promote an athletic interest, to create good sportsmanship, and to foster good health. The officers of this organization for the year were President, Marlys Hultg Vice-president, Ione Teutschg Secretary-Treasurer, Barbara Bolstadg and Sports Head, Shirley Benson. we Fourth row: Donald O'Conner, Clair Jensen, Kenneth Domina, Maurice Severson, Leon Kaltsulas. Third row: Lewis Miller, Elwood Macy, Don Morse, Art Nissen, Clark Strong, Ronald Brown. Second row: john Paul jones, Stanley Jensen, Fred Jacob, Carlton Hoey, Archie Bacon, Art Erickson. First row: Lester Emerson, Glen Lawrensen, Jack DeVany, Jim Jorgensen, Mr. Marcoe. HI-Y The Hi-Y organization, under the supervision of Glenn Marcoe, had an active year 1943-44. One of the activities was the sponsoring of a very successful formal dance. The officers of this year's club were: President, jim Jorgensong Viceupresident, Archie Bacon: Secretary and treasurer, Jack DeVany. The purpose of the Hi-Y club is 'To create, maintain and extend throughout the school and community, high standards of Christian character'. The Hi-Y club basketball team, coached by Art Erickson and Archie Bacon, journeyed to Sioux Falls again this year to the annual tournament. The team reached the semi-finals to be turned back by a strong Madison five. Ui if . 1 UN1w"f CLARINET Dorothy Barton Beverly Olson Evelyn Jacobsen Tom Searight Bonnie Clark Mary Lee Falk Audrey Lund Marilyn Lunning Julie Rauk Dick Mead Arlene Ostlund Gene Harrington Carolyn Grace Patty Allison Jean Swedeen Jeanne Hanson Jean Uecker Beverly Westre BASS HORN Dale Nelson Clair Jensen Lawrence Law BASS DRUM Jack De Vany TYMPANI Joanne Heikes TENOR SAXOPHONE Marge Wagner ALTO CLARINET Catherine Erickson BASSOON Jeanette Cotton BASS CLARINET Pat Frankenfeld BARITONE SAXOPHONE Wayne Wylie 'bm L -A f A 1 ,,,X,,e,,, .l .W , 2 4. W - FRENCH HORN CORNET Sally Artley Elaine Oltraat Gwen Leikvold james Schell Adele Clark Betty Ann Inberg Robert Sanford OBOE Roberta Bauman Philip Oatlund FLUTE Bill Ufford Edsel Holden Leota Ostlund Mary Mockler SNARE DRUM Arvard Bertrand Robert Spensley Tim Meiaenholder Bob Beatty. ALTO Bill Sanger Carleton Hoy Virginia Bauman Dean Cadwell Dean Reaney Donald Button Dick Hoy Bernt Weatre Ethel Millage Glen Lawrenaca SAXOPHONE Don Wagner Leo Millage TROMBONE Bud Barton Sterling Lind Craig Lien Lewis Miller BARITONE Evelyn Young Lenette Lind James Berke Allan Schell DRUM Leading the marching band and adding much to their appearance were the drum major, Shirley Stride, and Majorettes, I-one Teut.sch, Maxine Severson, Margaret Cronholz, and Mary Jane Lee. B A N D Vermillion High School band, under the direction of Ardeen Foss, has made several public appearances during 1943-44. They have been active in a number of school programs, Tanager Day, radio programs, a Christmas concert and several minor concerts. The formal concert was held in Slagle Auditorium, April 19. Yankton and Vermillion organized a festival to replace the music contests. The Festival was held in Vermillion on May Sth. The 'pep' band, small part of band, brought enthusiasm to the basket ball and football games and pep meetings. Several small instrumental groups have been formed including clari- net quartet, and the brass sextet. The officers of the band are: President, Bill Sangerg Vice-pres- ident, Marge Wagner: Secretary, Sally Artleyg Treasurer, Peg Bartong Student Director, Dale Nelsong Librarian, Arvard Bertrand: and Student Council representative, Tex Hoy. MAJORETTES a mr A ... - S Fifth row Fourth row Third row: Second row: First row: Jim Burke, Wayne Wylie, Harley Boline, David Edstrom, Ellis White, Stanley Lundquist, Leon Kaltsulas, Loren Hesla, Carleton Hoy. Adeline Lass, Sally Artley, Bernt Westre, Elaine Ostraat, Marlys Hult, Jean Geppert, Anna Mae Erickson, Mary Lee Eubank, Charlotte Ellison, Joyce Venard, Archie Bacon. Gwen Leikvold, Joanne Heikes, Margie Anderson, Adele Clark, Gloma Hall, Darlene Eidem, Gloria Jones, Juanita Bouchey, Betty Jorgenson, Betty Ann Inberg, Art Erickson. Jim Jorgenson, Barbara Bolstad, Beverly Olson, Odlie Soder- man, Jean Swedean, Shirley Bensen, Norma Jean Hendricks, Mary Christopherson, Molly Malone, Betty Bendixon,Miss Della Erickson. Katherine Hasik, Audrey Lund, Glennys Bensen, Roberta Hood, Katherine Simons, Helen Armstrong, Beverly Seiler, Carolyn Grace, Rosalyn Westre. M I X E D C H O R U S The Mixed Chorus composed of senior and junior school boys and girls sang in the Christmas program given by the vocal music departments of senior and junior high. They also gave a concert in the spring and participated in the music festival with Yankton given at Vermillion in May. This group was under the direction of Miss Della Erickson. Fourth row: Barbara Bolstad, Sally Artley, Betty Bendixen, Adeline Lass, Katherine Simons, Helen Armstrong, Beverly Seiler, Anna Mae Erickson, Mary Lee Eubank. Wird row: Shirley Bensen, Jean Swedean, Beverly Olson, Marlys Hult, Elaine Ostraat, Jean Geppert, Roberta Hood, Rosalyn Westre, Charlotte Ellison, Joyce Venard. econd row: Glennys Bensen, Betty Ann Ingberg, Gwen Leikvold, Joanne Heikes, Norma Jean Hendricks, Mary Christopherson, Darlene Eidem, Gloria Jones, Juanita Bouchey, Betty Jorgenson. lrst row: Margie Anderson, Adele Clark, Odile Soderman, Audrey Lund, Katherine Hasik, Caroline Grace, Gloma Hall, Molly Malone. Miss Della Erickson. The Gir1's Glee Club this year presented an operetta, 'Big Day', March first, Six girls from this group also made up the girls' sextet, which sang for different organizations in and out of school, the entire year. Members of the sextet were Helen Armstrong, Gwen Leikvold, Adele Clark, Jean Geppert, Shirley Bensen, and Joanne Heikes. ow: Harley Boline, Ellis White, Stanley Lundquist, Leon Kaltsulas, Loren Hesla. Archie Bacon Wayne Wylie, Ben Westre, Jim Burke. Second row: f First row: jim jorgenson, Carlton Hoy, David Edstrom, Art Erickson, Miss Erickson. Third r The Boy's Glee Club is composed of 13 members this year. They have participated in the Christmas program and in the spring concert, given ' ' h ld by the local music department. They also sang in the May festival e at Vermillion. Third row: Twila Severson, Yovanne Hanson, Beverly Seiler, Betty Lambert. Second row: Miss Sutera, Norma Jean Hendricks, Mary Mockler, Viviane Kaiser, Miss Anderson. First row: Leota Ostlund, Mary Schatz, Shirley Lee, Joyce Hanson, Gwen Leikvold. The library for the past year has been under the supervision of the very capable hands of Miss Sutera. She has been assisted by student librarians from every senior high school grade. These students devoted their study periods to the service of the faculty and student body, un- selfishly. They receive no credit for this service. Their pay has been merely the satisfaction of a job well done. The officers who served this year were President. Shirley Lee: Vice-president, Shirley Strideg and student representative, Gwen Leikvold N r A it F 2? F Third raw: Mrs. Sedgwick, Bill Ufford, Ethel Horner, Charles Anderson Betty Lambert, jack DeVany, Art Erickson Second row: Dorothy Barton, Pat Frankenfeld, Margaret Gronholz Twila Severson,Doris Coombs, Helen Armstrong, John Barstow First row: Shirley Lee, Evelyn Jacobsen, Gwen Hanson, Charlotte Kalt sulas, Marge Wagner, Betty Barton E D I T O R I A L S T A F F Editor Assistant Editors Senior and Faculty Editors Snapshot Editors Art Editor Staff Writers Advisors BUSINESS STAFF Business Manager Assistants Peg Barton Jack DeVany Art Erickson Marge Wagner Pat Frankenfeld Charlotte Kaltsulas Twila Severson Betty Lambert Doris Coombs Betty Barton Gwen Hanson Evelyn Jacobsen Gene Owens Margaret Gronholz Mr. John Barstow Mrs. Sedgwick Charles Anderson Franklin Pepin Bill Ufford Fourth row: John Paul Jones, Ben Westre, Don Wagner, Stanley Lundquist, Ellis White, Virgil Leitru, Clark Strong, Jack DeVany. Third row: Beverly Drafhal, Yvonne Hansen, Bonnie Clark, Roberta Bauman, Joyce Hanson, Helen Armstrong, Betty Lambert, Miss Meyer. Second raw: Norma Jean Hendricks, Miss Westaby, Betty Jorgenson, Billie Stride, Bonnie Hanson, Pat Frankenfeld. First row: Peg Barton, Evelyn Jacobsen, Gwen Hanson, Charlotte Kalt- sulas, Marge Wagner, Betty Barton. V E R M I L L I O N A I R E The Vermillionaire has been published by the high school students for the past twenty-five years. The Vermillionaire was first started in the fall of 1917 but no files were kept of the first copies. It wal then known as the Versodak. ' The paper was first published in booklet form but soon changed to the size we now have. The first Vermillionaires were paid for by adver- tisements and by subscriptions. The paper was sold for fifty cents a year or ten cents a copy. Now, the expenses are paid by the advertise- ments and student activity fees. Two co-editors have been in charge of each page during the year. News page editors are: Marge Wagner, Pat Frankenfeldg editorial page editors: Gwen Hansen, Betty Barton: Sports page editorl: Gene Owens, Buzz Jones: Feature page editors: JoAnn Payton, Dorothy Barton. The second semester Jack De Vany took JoAnn Payton's place as page editor. Business managers for the year were: Bonnie Hanson, Beverly Stride, Donald Wagner, Wayne Wylie, and Ben Westre. Circulation managers are Norma Jean Hendricks, Betty Jorgenson. Charlotte Kaltsulas, Evelyn Jacobsen, Betty Lambert, Joyce Hanson, Bonnie Clark, Yvonne Hansen, and Roberta Bauman were the typists for the different pages. News and feature writers are: Jerry Fraser, Beverly Drafhal, Ben Westre, Helen Armstrong, Roberta Bauman, Dale Firof, Betty Jorgenson, Norma Jean Hendricks, Bonnie Hanson, Beverly Stride, Ellis White, Stanley Lundquist Virgil Leitru, and Clark Strong. Faculty advisor for the Vermillionaire is Miss Elaine Meyer. E Second row: Marilyn Dawson, Helen Armstrong, Bill Ufford, Miss Page Charles Anderson, Twila Severson, Margie Anderson. First row: Bonnie Hanson, Roberta Hood, jean Geppert, Elaine Ostrat jacquilin jaquith. Not in picture: Franklin Papin. This years debate squad consisted of Franklin Papin, Bill Ufford, Charles Anderson, Margie Anderson, jackie jaquith, and Elaine Ostraat. The squad, coached by Miss Page, participated in several tournaments at Yankton, Sioux Falls, and Vermillion. The question this year was, Resolved: That the United States should aid in reconstructing the League of Nations. The season was considered highly successful with very good prospects for next year. Winners of declamation this year were: Oratory, Franklin Pepin, who got an excellent in the district tournamentg Marilyn Dawson Wh0 WON the poetry section: Helen Armstrong in dramatics received a superior in the District, and Bill Ufford received an excellent in humor,in the district. nn' glue . ,IKM .2 13 Y' iv cw C' jf' we SECOND Roy: Charlotte Kaltsulas, Ann Teenan, Dale Nelson, Art Erickson, Helen Aruatrong, Misa Bies: FIRST ROW: Jll Jorgenson, Gwen Hanson, Barbara Bolatad, Margaret Gronholz, Craig Leln. 'Paul Faces the Tlre Shortage' and 'Wildcat Wlll1e', two onevact plays were aptly presented under the direction of Miss Marie Bela. An all hlgh school cast of ten and a technical staff of five produced a theatrical success as each character handled hls part with care and ease. SECOND ROI: Evelyn Jacobsen, Bill Ufford, Ilas Beis. FIRST ROI: Peg Barton, Pat Frankenfeld, large Wagner. U C e PLAY CAST Third row: Harley Boline, Stanley Lundquist, Craig Lien. Second row: Pat Frankenfeld, Barbara Bolstad, Miss Beis. First row: Marlys Hult, Carleton Hoy Gwen Leikvold. The all high school three act play this year was 'Good Gracious Grandma', under the direction of Miss Marie Beis. PRODUCTION STAFF Third row: Jean Geppert, Anna Mae Erickson, Twila Severson. Second row: Mary Schatz, Anne Teeman, ' Margaret Gronholz, Art Erickson. First row: jaqueline Jaquith. Bonnie Clark, Charlotte Kaltaulas, Marge Wagner. emma-.sm-m,Mm,aw14wr1www-mv-f.A, wfw. ,fw we , f , . C ,W f w.ma,mr-fn.umfvmawr.-mwykw Third row: Second row: Fzrst roy: vV F S Arthur Nissen, Burdette Sargent, Dale Firof, Warren Harris, Stanley Lundquist, ohn Armstrong, Ellis White, Gene Seiler, Bill Ufford, Wendell Clar , Tom Kaltsulas, Harley Boline. Ass't Coach Bajuniemi, Art Erickson, Lester Emerson, Wayne Wylie, Don Bensen, Wayne Merrigan, Kenneth Domlna, Donahue Evans, Don Bystrom Clayton Thompson, Don Morse, Tom Torstenson, Gene Owens, Bill Bergman. Coach L. A. Nelson. Manny Brown, Nels Brunick, Ardell Brown, Richard Lingberg, Don 0'Conner Robert Pet9f50l'l- Stanley Jensen Carleton Hoy David Edstrom Lowell Macy, Holly Swedeen, Leslie Slowey, Floyd Merrigan. ' V IIS 13 TYHDALL 0 The flrst game of the season was played on our own fleld with a victory over Tyndall 13-0. The gale showed Coach Nelson that with e little more work he would have a very good season. VHS 27 BERESFORD 0 After a good send-off of the 1943 football season the Tanagers ra- cked up thslr second win by de- feating Beresford 27-0. Having scored 40 points ln their flrst two starts and holdlng their opponents scoreless showed the Tanagers had plenty of scoring power besides a good defense. VBS 12 SOU.Tll SIOUX 7 Yllth 2 victories under their belts the Tanagers went to South Bloux City to pla'y their first night game of the year. This game was a closely fought battle until the final gun vlth Varllll ion edging out a la-1 victory over the Cardinals. F O 0 T B A L L VH S 14 LEEDS 27 The Tanagers recelved their first defeat of the season by the Leeds Lancers. Speed and all-around better playing by Leeds ln the first half proved the deciding factor of the game. ln the second half the two teams played on even terms but the Tanagers couldn't overcole the lead established. VHS 13 ELK POINT 0 With their flrat defeat of the year hanglng over their heads,the Tanagera went to lllf Point on the Pointers homecoming to prove the defeat hadn't hu.-t their morale any and forced s 13-5 victory over a very hard flghtlng Elk Pcln t teas. VHS 12 IIAWARDEW 0 By defeating llawarden 12-0, the Tsnagers won their homecoming game with plenty to spare. Play- ing good ball all t,he way., the Vermllllon footballers had little trouble ln scoring their too touchdowns. The winning of this gala placed the Tanegers on top of the Trl-State Conference stand ings . VHS G YANKTOII 13 Going to Yankton to play our old- est rival, the Yankton Bucks, in another thrilling game, was s battle between two very evenly balanced teams. The Bucks finally edged out a 13-5 victory over the Tanagers. The victor was not decided until the final gun went off. VHS 1 L! MARS l2 With only 2 defeats ln 1 games, the Tanagers journeyed to Lellars to a Trl-state Conference gale. The 'ranagers dldn't show up well under the lights that night. The Tanagere were edged out of the conference championship by a score of 12-8. VHS 27 CHITOI 0 The Tanmgers ended their football season with an easy victory over Canton 2'7-0- as the moore indlca- tes, Vermillion had no trouble and the reserves played a lot of the gale. During the season the Tsnagers scored 130 Pain'-I rv 55 for their opponents and ended with six games won and three lost . Second row: Coach Nelson, Donald Morris, Ellis White, Stanley Lundquist, Warren Harris, Kenneth Domina, Art Nissen. First row: Art Erickson, Bill Bergman, Elwood Macy, Carlton Hoy, Don Bensen, Ardell Brown. B A S K E T B A L L Starting the season with four lettermen returning, prospects were bright for a good season, but misfortune struck at midseason and the Tanagers won but six of fifteen contests. A victory over Beresford 28-I9 and South Soo 46-19, and a defeat to the Yankton Bucks 27-17, showed on the Tanager slate before the holidays Squeezing by a tough Le Mars team 26-25, the locals met defeat at Sioux City 38-27 to Leeds. Victories over Elk Point 30-22 and Hawarden 32-27 on successive week-ends, before South Soo broke the streak by winning a thrilling 36-35 game at the armory. journeying to Elk Point, the Tanagers again downed the pointers, this time 38-27. The Yankton Bucks defeated a much weakened Tanager squad 45-30 before the Tri-State Champions. Le Mars, downed the locals 37-29. Pre-tournament games with Trinity, Sioux City, and Beresford were lost 38-18 and 30-16, respect- ively. The state 'A' Sectional Basketball Tournament was held in Vermillion this year at the armory. Sioux Falls, who defeated the Tanagers 53-24, and Yankton, who defeated the locals 29-27, represented this section at the State 'A' Tournament held this year at Sioux Falls VHS 29 Beresford 19 VHS 35 Elk Point 27 45 South Soo City Yankton I7 Yankton Le Mars 26 Le Mars Trinity 27 Leeds Beresford 30 Elk Point Sectional 32 Hawarden Sioux Falls 35 South Soo City Yankton Fourth row: Art Nissen, Duane Iverson, Warren Harris, Wendell Clark, Kenneth Domina, Elwood Macy Third row: Bruce Leer, Lester Emerson, Bob Peterson, Hollie Swedeen, Don Bystrom, jack De Vany, Art Erickson Second row: Ardell Brown, Claire Jensen, Harley Boline, Bill Bassom, jim Dalton, Fred jacob, Tom Walker, Floyd Merrigen,Richard Lingberg, Leslie Slowey, Ronald Brown, Coach Nelsen First row: Don Malone, Nels Brunick, Don 0'Conner, Dick Manning, Donahue Evens, David Edstrom, James Malone, Lowell Macy Thirty-six boys comprised the largest Tanager track team in years. Among these 36, there are seven lettermen returning from last year's Tri-State Conference Champions. Warren Harris and Elwood Macy in the hurdles, Art Nissen and Stanley Jensen in the quarter mile, Kenneth Domina in the half mile, Art Erickson in the mile run, and Jack De Vany in the dashes, carry the Tanager hopes for the six meets scheduled. TRACK SCHEDULE April 14 Dual Meet with Yankton, at Yankton April 21 Quadrangular at Le Mars--Le Mars, Haiarden, Sheldon, Vermillion April 29 Tri-State Conference Meet at Sioux City May 5 Dakota Relays at Sioux Falls' Ma 13 Region V Meet at Sioux Falls Y May 20 State Meet at Huron S C H E E R L E A D E R S Ba rbar Cheer Lenders - First Semester s Bolstsd, Jim Jorgensen, Charlotte Keltsulns Once again the cheerleaders were chosen by the vote of the student body at the end of each seasong the first being for the football season and the latter for the basketball season. For the first time in many years six cheer leaders were chosen to lead during the basketball season. Cheer Leaders - Second Semester Anna lee Erickson, Charlotte Kaltlulas, Dick lannlng, lone Teutsch Back row: jim Jorgensen, Dsle Firof, Harley Boline. Front row: Evelyn Jacobsen, Shirley Bensen, Jo Anne Payton. CANDIDATES FUR KING AND HUEEN The six candidates for King and Queen, Evelyn Jacobsen, jo Payton, Shirley Bensen, Dale Firof, Harley Boline and Jim Jorgensen, were el- ected from the entire Senior class by the students of the high school. From these six the king and queen were chosen in a similar manner. The night before Tanager Day Shirley Bensen and Dale Firof were crowned the royalty for the day. After the coronation the student body assembled behind the school house for a bonfire and snake dance. 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Irgne. gh,,, 15 Basketball game-Yankton, here VHS Football game, Sloux Falls, there l8 Basketball game - Le Mars, there 8-VHS Football game - Leeds, here 25 Hi-Y Formal 15-VHS Football game - Elk Point, there 25 5 26-Sloux Falls Debate tournament 21-Coronation 26 Basketball game - Trinity High, there 22-Homecoming 28-Reserves football game - Yankton, here IMRCH f 29-VHS Fqqgb.11 lgmg, ygnkgon, thgrg 1 Glrl's Glee Club Operetta 3 Basketball game - Beresford, there NOVEMBER 4 Debate tournament, here 2-Sophomore Party- 10 Basketball tournament - eecional 'A' 5-VHS Football game - Le Mars, There h'f0 9.Jf, H1 D,c1.m.t1,n 22 Father-Son Banquet ll-VHS Football game - Canton, there 24 Bolinl Show 12.jf, Hi pgfgy 31 Baaket Soclel 15-VHS Declamation 19-Senior Hickvllle APRIL 23-One Act plays I 4 H Club Rllly 25-No school 7 10- N0 lCh00l 26.Thgnk,.iv1n' vlcgggon 10 Unlverslty scholarship exams ' 12 Dual Track Meet at Yankton DECEMBER 14 Freshman dance 1 Football banquet 19 Band Cvnceft 3 Jolley School operetta 20 State Track meet at Huron 14 Basketball game-Beresford, here 21 Track meet It Ll lars 19 Christmas program Junior-Senior banquet 21 GAA party 28 Three-Act play 22 Band concert 29 Trl-State Conference at Sloux City 23 to January 3 Christmas Vacation. 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