Danville High School - Clarion Yearbook (Danville, OH)

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'48 EDITORIAL The Senior Class of 1948 is very glad to present this issue of the Clarion to you. We realize with deepest regrets that we are coming to the end of our schooldays and hope that in this Clarion we have put some material which will help us to remember our joyful days. We wish to thank our parents and teachers for all the help and cooperation they have shown us throughout our school years. We also wish to thank all those who have helped us to make this Clarion a success, especially Mr. Senft, our faculty adviser, who has been very faithful to us. Page Six THE CLARION Adminiftmtion 8 THE CLARION. '48 Page Eight J. H. GROVE County Superintendent THE CLARION. '48 Cosmos Blubaugh President John Banbury Oran Chapman BOARD OF EDUCATION V... U Dale Hammond Vice-President Irvin Grassbaugh Rene Kaylor Clerk Page Nine THE CLARION. '48 Page Ten A. B. PARKER Supervising Principal Science Department THE CLARION. '48 D. F. SENFT Assistant Supervising Principal . Mathematics-Civics Athletic Director Page Eleven THE CLARION, '48 T. A. WHEELER Vocational Agriculture MARTHA JAMESON Latin, French LOUISE GIFFIN Home Economics English ALBERT BLAIR Industrial Arts History Music Page Twelve HIGH SCHOOL FACULTY i i i i INEZ C. DURBIN Commercial Department Treasurer of School RDNALD E. KAYLOR Sci'-noe, World History Physical Education Football 8: Basketball Coach KATHRYN DUNHAM English Librarian MARY MILLER Guidance, History Commercial Arithmetic Physical Education THE CLARION. '48 DANA SNOW Seventh Grade BERNADETTE DURBIN Fifth Grade RUTH HOLDREN Third Grade VIVIEN SHAW Second Grade ELEMENTARY GRADES FACULTY 1 gw x q ' I ' ' A r- EMMETT R. HAGER Sixth Grade THERESA ENGLE Fourth Grade PEARL HARMER Third Grade PEARL DIEHL First Grade llzge '1'lm'law1 THE CLARION. '48 ELEMENTARY GRADES FACULTY VIDA ROBISON EVA STULL F0l.1I'th and Fifth Secretary Grades B I R T H D A Y S JANUARY JULY 6 Lillian Kaylor 8 Bill Tanner 6 Jim Mullet 15 George Chapman AUilJIS'llVa ne Stumbau h 19 sam McMi11an 5' g SEPTEMBER MARCH 1 Dave Meehan 3 Betty Burke 16 LeRoy Workman APRIL 1 Wayne Crider 4 Luretta Long MAY 23 Harry Dunn 31 Dan Sheasby JUNE 1 Dale Campbell D 4 Anthony Boeshart 12 Earl Colopy 15 June Conkle 21 Neil Staats 27 Lawrence Payne Page Fourteen 2 Marilyn O'Donnell 9 Sam Durbin 11 Harold Rhodes 30 Vonetta Landis OCTOBER q 6 Jesse Mickley 11 Jim Tracy 13 Jean Gessling 13 Richard Sapp 22 Raymond Blubaugh 22 Roy Walters NOVEMBER 9 Marietta Rice 29 Loren Banbury DECEMBER 1 Louise Cline 23 Marie Butts THE CLARION. '48 Claire: Page Fifteen THE CLARION. '48 LOREN BANBURY "He ir as fond ar an Arab . . . of dates." Class President 43 Vice- President 33 Football Z, 3, 43 Basketball 3, 43 Clarion Staff 43 Athletic Leaders 4g Softball 3, 43 Intra- mural Sports 1, 2, 3, 43 Librarian 3g Intra. Capt. 4. JEAN GESSLING "Jeanne with the light brown hair." Student Council 1, 23 French Club 23 Band 13 Class Secretary 1, 43 Mixed Chorus 1, 23 Glee Club 1, 23 School Patrol 23 News Staff 43 Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 43 Intramural Capt. 43 Roll Taker 3, 43 Office 43 Clarion Staff 43 Honor Society 43 Public Speaking 4. Page Sixteen S E N I O R S CLASS OFFICERS SAM DURBIN "Without matic life would he a rnirtakef' Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Orchestra 2, 3, 4g Honor Society 1, 2, 3, 43 Vice-President of Class 2, 43 French Club 3, 43 Vice-President of French Club 43 Asst. Edi- tor of School Parade 43 Business Manager of Clar- ion 43 Class Play 33 School Patrol 43 Student Council 1, 23 Mixed Chorus 2, 4g Visual Education 3, 43 In- tramural Sports 43 Treas- urer of Honor Society 4. LILLIAN KAYLOR "Marks, not men, have dl- wayr been her arm." Home Ec. 13 Roll Taker 23 Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 43 Intramural Capt. 43 Honor Society 2, 3, 43 Class Play 3: School Pa- trol 43 News Stal? 4, Clar- ion Staff 43 Office 43 Class Treasurer 4. RAYMOND BLUBAUGH "Life ir loo rhort lo warle time in Jl1llljfI7lK.l, Clarion Stall 43 Football 43 Intramural Captain 33 Intramural Sports l, 2, 3. 43 French Club 3i Basket- ball Manager 2. I BETTY BURKE "Sweet and charming are her u'ayr." Blatlensburg, Chicago l3 Secretary of Honor Society 43 Honor Society 3, 43 In- tramural Sports 2, 3. 41 Intramural C a p t ai n 43 Girl Reserves 23 Mixed Chorus 23 Glee Club 23 Class Play 33 French Club 3, 43 Secretary of French Club 43 Clarion Staff 43 Roll Taker 43 News Staff 43 School Patrol 3, 4. DALE CAMPBELL "Half ar roher ar a judge." Clarion Staff 43 lntramural Sports 3, 4. THE CLARION. '48 ANTHONY BOESHART "He ir porrerred not by the devil, but by a woman." Clarion Staff 43 Basketball 2, 3, 43 Athletic Leader- ship 43 F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4g Secretary, F.F.A. 33 Vice- President of F.F.A. 43 Class Play 33 Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4. MARIE BUTTS "She ir quiet hut ever cheerful." Honor Society 3, 43 Intra- mural Sports l, 2, 3, 43 Glee Club 1, 23 Mixed Chorus 1, 23 Girl Reserves 23 Band 1, 2, 33 Office 43 Clarion Staff 43 Roll Tak- er 33 School Patrol 43 Orchestra 43 Class Play 33 Home Ec. l, 23 Secretary of F.H.A. 23 Public Speak- ing 43 Attendant to Foot- ball Queen 4. GEORGE CHAPMAN "What he rayr, you may helievef' Clarion Stall' 43 Intramural Sports I, 2, 3, 43 Public Speaking 4. Page Seventeen THE CLARION. '48 LOUISE CLINE "Her ways are ways of pleasanlnessf' Glee Club 1, Z, Mixed Chorus 1, 2, F.H.A. 29 Girl Reserves 2g Home Ec. 1, 2g Intramural Sports Captain 4, Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 45 Clarion Staff 4g Office 4g Public Speaking 4. JUNE CONKLE "Always ready to rnalee herself 'generally' useful." Glee Club 1, 2g Mixed Chorus 1, 2g Home Ec. 1, 25 Intramural Sports Cap- tain 4g Clarion Staff 4, Office 43 F.H.A. 2. HARRY DUNN "A litlle nonsense now and then is relished by the hes! of men." Class Treasurer 2, French Club 33 Clarion Staff 4, Honor Society 4g Class Play 33 News Staff 4g Mixed Chorus 4g Intra- mural Sports 3, 4. Page Eighteen SENIORS EARL COLOPY "Mash can he made of an Irishman if caught young." Clarion Staff 43 Class play 35 Football 3g Intramural Captain 4, Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4g F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 43 Basketball Manager 2, News staff 3. WAYNE CRIDER "He is essentially a man of anion." Class President 31 Basket- ball 2, 3, 4, Football 2, 3, 4, Clarion Staff 4, Ath- letic Leadership 3, 4g Soft- ball 3, 45 Intramural Cap- tain 4g French Club 3, In- tramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Play 31 Public Speaking 4. VONETTA LAN DIS "Some ladies now make pretty songs." Clarion 4, Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 45 Intra- mural Captain 4g Librar- ian 43 Glee Club l, 2g Mixed Chorus 1, 23 News Staff 49 Pres. of F.H.A. 2, Girl Reserves 2, Band 1, Roll Taker lg Home Ec. 1, 2, 4, LURETFA LONG "She doeth all thing: well." Honor Society 1, 2, 3, 45 Vice-President of Honor Society 4, French Club 3. 43 Intramural Sports l, 2, 3, 4g Glee Club 13 Girl Reserves 2g Mixed Chorus lg Band 1, 2, Class Play 33 Clarion Staff 23 Asst. Editor of Clarion 43 News Staff 43 Roll Taker 1. DAVID MEEHAN "All nature wear: one uni- versal smile." Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4g Class Secretary 2g Intra- mural Sports Captain 4, Clarion Staff 4. JIM MULLET "Everything comes 'if a man will only wait." Football 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, Clarion Staff 45 F. F. A. l, 2, 3, 4g F.F.A. Treas- urer 4g Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4, Intramural Sports Captain 4, Public Speaking 4. THE CLARION. '48 SAMUEL McMILLAN "A :mile ir worth a hun- dred frowm' rn any market." Clarion Stall 4g Football 2, 5, 4, Basketball 3: In- tramural Captain 4g Mixed Chorus 43 Orchestra 4: Band 3, 45 latin Club 4. JESSE MICKLEY "Wire from the top of bit head up." Vice-President of Cass 13 Basketball 3, 4g Football 4, Clarion Stai 43 Ath- letic Leadership 3, 4g Soft- ball 3, 4g Intramural Cap- tain 4, Librarian 4, Frenrh Club 3, 4, Treasurer of French Club 3, 4g Class Play 3g Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 43 Mixed Chorus 1, 4, Sports Reporter 3. MARILYN O'DONNELL "I keep to the straight path of duty." Class Treasurer lg Class Secretary 3g Honor Society 1, 2, 3, 4g President of Honor Society 4, French Club 3, 4g President. of French Club 43 Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4, Intra- mural Captain 4g School Patrol 4, Girl Reserves 2, Glee Club 1, Mixed Chor- us 1g Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Or- chestra 4g Class Play 4, Student Council 1, 2, Clarion Stall lg Editor of Clarion 4, News StaE 4, Football Queen 4. Page Nineteen .at :Hiram 1 . ' 91 J?-it n .av if THE CLARION. '48 LAWRENCE PAYNE "None but himxelf can be hir parallel." Clarion Staff 43 Class Play 33 Football Captain 4g Football 3, 43 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Intramural Cap- tain 3, 43 Athletic Leader- ship 3, 4g F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4g F.F.A. President 43 In- tramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 43 School Patrol 23 Soft- ball 2, 3, 4. MARIETTA RICE "By being herrelf, :he Jbinetf' Cheerleader 3, 43 Intra- mural Sports 1, 2, 3, 43 Intramural Capt. 43 Li- brarian 43 Class Play 3g Roll Taker 2, 3g Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 43 Clarion Staff 4g Home Ec. lg Glee Club 1, 23 Girl Reserve 2. DANIEL SHEASBY "He would .flop Sl. Peter? roll-call to ark a question." Class President Zz Football 2, 3, 4g Basketball 2, 34 Clarion Staff 43 Athletic Leadership 33 Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4g Intra- mural Captain 43 French Club 33 Class Play 3. Page Twenty HAROLD RHODES "1 dare do all that may become a man." Glenmont 13 F.F.A. lg Librarian 4g Clarion Staff 43 Mixed Chorus 1, 23 In- dustrial Arts 23 Public Speaking 4. RICHARD SAPP "All good work if :lone without boarlingf' Clarion Stall 43 Football 3, 43 F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 43 Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4g Softball 1, 2, 3, 4. NEIL STAATS "A man of deeds and not of words." Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Orchestra 2, 3, 43 French Club 3, 43 Class Play 33 School Pa- trol 43 News StaE 43 Mixed Chorus 23 Visual Education 3, 43 Intramural Sports 2, 4. THE CLARION. '48 BILL TANNER "Good humor it the breath of the mul." Loudonville lg F.F.A. 2, 3, 4, Secretary of F.F.A. 23 News Re rter of F. F. A. 3, Footbgll 2, 3, 45 Basketball 2, 3, 4g Soft- ball 3, 4, Athletic Leader- ship 3, 4g Intramural Cap- tain 43 School Patrol 3, 4, News Staff 3, Clarion Stal? 4. JIM TRACY "Nothing but death will part me from my dignity." Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 45 Intramural Captain 3, -'lg Clarion Staff 4g Foot- ball 45 French Club 3, 4. WAYNE STUMBAUGH "Of men, the happiert, be who drink: the pure plea.:- ure: of rural life." Clarion Staff 4, F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4g Intramural Sports l, 2, 3, 4. LEROY WORKMAN "Men of few word: are the bert men." Class President lg Basket- ball 2, 3, 45 Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Clarion Staf 43 Athletic Leadership 3, 43 Softball 3, 43 Librarian 3, 4, Intramural Captain 4g School Patrol 3, 43 Intra- mural Sports l, 2, 3, 43 Class Play 3. ROY WALTERS "A quiet but a learned ladll Clarion Staff 4, School Patrol 3, 4, Football lg Intramural Sports I. Page Twenty-one THE CLARION, '48 S E N I O R N O T E S CLASS OFFICERS President .SSS.S,S.S.S.,........,,,.A,,..A.......,...,,.A,........,,,, Loren Banbury Vice-President ......,. ...A.,,e, S am Durbin Secretary .,,............ ...eee J ean Gessling Treasurer ,...,....e. ......... L illian Kaylor Class Flower ,,.,... .........,.....,,,..................,..,,., R ed Rose Class Colors eooo,v ,oooooooooooooooooooo,oo.,,..... M aroon and Gold Class Motto oooo,,,,.eooeorrooooooso Forward ever, backward never. Four years ago, forty pupils entered Danville High School as freshmen under the supervision of Daniel Brumbaugh. Although we were quite "green," we caught on to what it was all about very quickly. We were quite proud of our first class president, LeRoy Workman. In our sophomore year we lost one member, so that left us with thirty- nine members. Jack Looney was our teacher. He was a newcomer to Dan- ville. Our president for that year was Dan Sheasby. fThe big event of the year came when Mr. Looney got married and we had a substitute while he was gone.J Our junior year was when things really got exciting. We had forty- one in our room and Mr. Loughridge was our teacher. Wayne Crider was our well-liked president. During the year we had several hayrides and Wiener roasts. And of course, the Junior-Senior Banquet and our class play "The Antics of Andrew." We had two members on the newspaper staff, Bill Tanner and Earl Colopy. My, how time flies! Here we are seniors already, with Mr. Senft as our class adviser. We have lost eight members since last year, leaving us with thirty three. This year we have had a hayride and wiener roast and a Christmas party. The senior class play was "The Atomic Blonde." In the Honor Society we have Marilyn O'Donnell, Marie Butts, Lillian Kaylor, Betty Burke, Luretta Long, Sam Durbin, and Harry Dunn. In the band are Marilyn O'Donnell, Sam Durbin, and Neil Staats. Marietta Rice gets the credit of being the only senior cheerleader. We also have several members as reporters on the newspaper staff. We are quite proud of our basketball team. The boys thus represented are LeRoy Workman, Lawrence Payne, Wayne Crider, Bill Tanner, Jesse Mickley, Loren Banbury, and Anthony Boeshart. Now that our high school days are about to end, I wish to thank all the faculty for their help in making our school days the happiest ever, and to wish my fellow classmates good luck. -J une Conkle Page Twenly-two O CLASS POEM Jack Banbury, first in line, Doesn't do bad in any rhyme. Raymond Blubaugh on mischief bent, Very little time on lessons is spent. Betty Burke is very studious in school, She never seems to act a fool. Jesse Mickley, from duty bound, Chases the girls from all around. Neil Staats with his fancy curls, Causes the envy of many girls. Sammy Durbin has much knowledge, He'11 do well if he doesn't miss college. Marietta has those raven locks, That makes the boys gather 'round her in flocks. Neither sinner nor saint in class, Marilyn is a bright-eyed lass. Arguing is Bill's chief delight, h He can't be wrong, he must be right. David Meehan with his innocent charm, Causes his teachers much alarm. Richzgd Sapp says a little fun now and t en, Is good for all important men. Wayne Stumbaugh, just wait and you will see, A wgunderful milkman he's bound to e. About Wayne Crider, we must confess, Nice and friendly, neat of dress. Marie has brown hair and eyes of blue, Plenty of mischief and talent too. June is always honest and true, Her friendship you will never rue. Lillian is a natural blonde. One of whom we all are fond. Louise Cline has what it takes all right, Her disposition is sunny and bright. THE CLARION. '48 Eveiygne knows Jim Tracy's quite a 3 , He's easy going and doesn't get mad. Jim Mullet is often seen around the town, On his face there's never a frown. Roy Walters, from the farm, Never did anyone any harm. Sam McMillan has that roving eye, But you can't say that he is shy. Luretta Long is her name, We'1ie sure her brilliance will gain her ame. In basketball Leroy is quite a star, In athletics he will go far. Tony with black curly hair is pos- sessed, Luretta thinks he is the very best. Lawrence Payne is a treat to see, A youth as modest as can be. Vonetta with her long, dark strands, w Nearly as dark as dear old Dan's. Jean is from up Jericho way, Never sure of what she'll say. Dale Campbell, with his quiet ways, Never has too much to say. EarlfCo1opy, lively, congenial, full of 1111, He can talk a leg off anyone. ' George Chapman is a friendly boy, He is Greersvi11e's pride and joy. Dan Sheasby, both big and tall, Better look out if he ever falls. We tried and tried to find a rhyme, To finish up these last few lines, It sounds to us just like a mess. We gak? a chance, when we add the es , And sign our names along with the rest. Harold Rhodes Harry Dunn Page Twenly-three THE CLARION. '48 CLASS WILL We, the graduating class of nineteen-hundred and forty-eight, being of sound mind, do solemnly bequeath to the class of nineteen'hundred and forty-nine the following valuable possessions: 1. Loren Banbury . . . his life and everything to Betty Hawkins. 2. Luretta Long and Marilyn O'Donnell . . . their "Out, oui's" in French to Bernard Banbury. 3. Dave Meehan . . . his seat on the Brinkhaven bus to Jim Elliott and Jim Logston fslightly crowdedj. 4. Harry Dunn . . . his typing ability to Barbara Thorp. 5. Neil Staats . . . his trombone to Vernon Martin. .K 4 6. Earl Colopy . . . his cow milking ability to Edna Taylor and Peggy Bell. 4- ..' Q ...f,'7. Jim Tracy . . . his height to Tommy Banbury. -1 fl 8. LeRoy Workman . . . his uncontrollable blush to Walter Durbin. 9. Jesse Mickley . . . his timely remarks to Patty Weber. 10. Wayne Crider . . . his gift of "gab" to Ethel Farmer. 11. Vonetta Landis . . . all her books and reminders of school to her sister, Harrietta Landis. 12. Marietta Rice . . . her position as cheerleader to Glenn Colopy. 13. Lillian Kaylor . . . her office work, sixth period, to Larry Colopy. 14. Roy Walters . . . his quietness to Helen Nyhart. ' 15. Bill Tanner . . . his iiashy F.F.A. jacket to Troy Wilson. 16. Jim Mullet . . . his tardiness is presented to Vernita Long. ' 17. Dan Sheasby . . . his ability to keep his hair combed to Leona Taylor. 18. Sam Durbin . . . his clarinet and ability to play it go to Ellen Randles. 19. Marie Butts . . . her ability to make speeches in Public Speaking to Dorothy Barnes. 20. Jean Gessling . . . her calm and pious character goes to Carol Adrian. 21. George Chapman . . . his dark hair to Lawrence Heubner. 22. Wayne Stumbaugh . . . his Chevie, with much regret, is bequeathed to Gwen Smith. 23. Richard Sapp . . . his books and grade card to Carrie, his sister. 24. Dale Campbell . . . his motorcycle to Martha Bittner. 25. Harold Rhodes . . . his budding romance to whom it may concern. 26. Lawrence Payne . . . his "John Deere" tractor to Iris Gardner. 27. Sam McMillan and June Conkle . . . their beautiful blonde hair to Roy '54 Myers. 28. Tony Boeshart . . . his ability to make "Friday Reports" to the Junior Class. 29. Raymond Blubaugh . . . his absence to anyone who has the nerve to take it. 30. Louise Cline . . . her letters to Tennessee to Roberta Hill. Since I have nothing much to will, I can only present the juniors with my hope of their great success and happiness in the future. -Betty Burke Page Twenty-four THE CLARION. '48 CLASS PROPHECY School days have passed but we still find Raymond Blubaugh and Jim Tracy in a pool room. They are co-owners of the Howard Pool Room. George Chapman has risen to fame. He is now the honorable Mayor of Greersville. Wayne Stumbaugh is the milkman of Lakeville. Earl Colopy runs a large dairy farm outside Fredericktown. Marilyn O'Donnel1 has reached her ambition. She is a hostess on TWA Airlines. LeRoy Workman is still playing basketball. He is now playing with the Professional New York Knickerbockers, along with Eppa Rixey and Newt Oliver. Sam McMillan is attending the Case College for Salesmen at Des Moines, Iowa. Vonetta Landis is now the star singer of the New York Opera House. Wayne Crider plays center for the Cleveland Browns Football Team. His coach is Bill Tanner, who hasn't lost a game as a professional coach. Sam Durbin has taken over the position of Professor of Science at Yale University. One of the most prosperous dealers in Danville is a John Deere dealer named Lawrence Payne. Betty Burke has just finished a film in Hollywood. She plays the lead- ing role in the film, "Pm my own Grandma." Harry Dunn, famous author, has recently published his latest book, "How to Influence Teachers and Win Grades." David Meehan is the head of the Union of Roof Painters Association of America. Word has recently been received that Dale Campbell, Motorcycle Ex- pert, will appear at Madison Square Garden, to put on a few daredevil acts. Lillian Kaylor is the sole owner and operator of the Alum Rock Farm near Greer. The new coach of the New York Skyscrapers Basketball Team is Dan Sheasby. Neil Staats is the Director of the Staats Sliphorn Slickers of Kenton, Ohio. Marie Butts is fashion designer for Esther Williams. Jesse Mickley has recently retired to Alcatraz after officiating the Danville-Fredericktown basketball game. Score Danville 36, Frederick- town 35. Marietta Rice has just designed a new sweater for girls called "Hug Me Tight." Dr. Anthony Boeshart and his co-partner have just finished another successful operation. By the way, his partner is Undertaker Loren Banbury. who takes over when Dr. Anthony is finished. Harold Rhodes is now working hard to bring the Model A back in style. Luretta Long is hostess at a hotel in Podunk. She also stars in the floor show. 1Continued on page 635 Page Twenly-five THE CLARION. '48 ROW 1-tLeft to right? Lloyd Wolford, Iris Gardner, Roberta Hill, Leona Taylor, Peggy Bell, Edna Taylor, Ethel Farmer. ROW 2-Ellen iandlg, tl3orothy'Barnes, Harrietta Landis, Vernon Martin, Roy Myers, Carrie app, iss ur in ROW 3-Gwen Smith, Patty Weber, Carol Adrian, Barbara Thorp, Helen Nyhart, Vernita Long, Betty Hawkins. ROW 4-Martha Bittner, Lawrence Huebner, Glen Colopy, Tommy Banbury, Jim Elliot, Walter Durbin, Jim Logston. JUNIOR NOTES Of the thirty-four members who made up the Sophomore Class last year, only twenty-six now remain to make up the Junior Class. The eight members who have changed schools are Joanne Snow, Martha Judge, Wynona Akins, Lloyd Wolford, Maxine Devore, Wanda Smith, Richard Shaw, and Pauline Robinson. The one new addition is Vernita Long, who came from Glenmont, Ohio. The ofiicers chosen to represent our class this year are: President . .. . Glenn Colopy Secretary Helen Nyhart Vice-President Walter Durbin Treasurer Martha Bittner Five of our members were on the football team last fall. They were Tommy Banbury, Glenn Colopy, Larry Colopy, Jim Elliot, and Walter Durbin. The only junior representing our class in basketball is Tommy Banbury. Members of the band are Helen Nyhart, Dorothy Barnes, and Harrietta Landis. These same three people are in the orchestra with the addition of Larry Huebner. fContinued on page 783 Page Twenly-fix THE CLARION. '48 5 X 4 Y ROW 1-1Left to rightl Floyd Root, Charles Clipps, Margaret Kidwell, Ruth Arweller, Myrtle Logston. Gretchen Lusby. ROW 2-Dorothy Mickley, Mary My:-rs, Unita Akins, Margaretta Farmer, Donna Workman, Patsy Bilye-u, Ne-llie Summers, Mr. Blair. ROW 3-Don Snyder, Josephine Lybarger, Lucy Durbin, Bob Durbin, Juanita Haines, Jim Haines, Doris Young. ROW 4--Bill Mickley, Harold Payne, Bill McGinnis, John Bross. Clyde Myers. John Simmons. SOPHOMORE NOTES President or a r John Simmons Vice-President Dorothy Mickley Secretary a as Donna Workman Treasurer a at , ..., D Bob Durbin The Sophomore Class opened the school year of 1947-48 with an en- rollment of sixteen girls and twelve boys under the direction of Mr. Albert Blair. Since then we have had one new student, Bill McGinnis from Center- burg. The class enjoyed a hayride in the middle of September. The class also exchanged presents before the Christmas vacation. The members of the Honor Society are Bill Mickley, John Simmons, John Bross, Bob Durbin, and Ruth Arweller. The members of the Band are John Bross, Bob Durbin, Bill Mickley, Josephine Lybarger, and Ruth Arweller. -Bill Mickley Page 'I'1z'er1fy-.rezwz THE CLARION, '48 ROW 1 ROW 2 ROW 3 ROW 4- -1Left to right! Teddy Gardner, Robert Miller, Carroll Shultz, Charles Barnes, Donald Ridgeway, Harold Conkle, Tommy Sapp. Blaine Workman. -Dorthy Chapman, Mildred Smith, Naomi Mowery, Annabelle Peterson, Marcina Mc- Donald, Shirley Workman, Helen Frasher, Evelyn Kent. -Jo Anne Sevitts, Helen Pigman, Jim Cline, Nancy Colopy, Eva Bowers, Glenn Mickley, Betty Smith, Helen Vess, Mr. Kaylor. Y Martha McMillan, Rosalie Walters, Arthur Pritchard, Gary Didinger,,,Wayne, Franks, Louise Shaub, Evelyn Zimmerman, Bill McMillan. ROW 5-Charles Durbin, Zane Grey Wilson, Twila Ferenbaugh, Rose Durbin, Martha Calkins. Lloyd Sheashy, Robert Ferenhaugh, Glen Hauger, Eric Winterhalter. FRESHMAN NOTES On September 2, forty-two students came into the freshman class find- ing Mr. Kaylor our adviser. We selected the following officers: President eoeeeeoe doee i or dedo eddoeo i S S it Martha McMillan Vice-President . eeeee S, Glen Hauger Secretary eeeee i S Helen Pigman Treasurer to eeeod W , , S ,SeeeSSSSee,eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee Naomi Mowery The following are members of the band: trombone, Eva Bower, bass, Charles Durbing drums, Carroll Shultz. Members of the Reserve Basketball Team are: Glen Hauger, Charles Durbin, Glen Mickley, Eric Winterhalter, Gary Didinger, Don Ridgeway, Lloyd Sheasby, and Blaine Workman. Our class enjoyed a hayride and Wiener roast at Horns Grove during the fall. -Eva Bower Page Tweniy-eight THE CLARION. '48 7- 4 .,... Hman ROW 1-lL:-ft to right! Jack White, Bob Lybarger, Ralph Phillips, Tom Tanner, Glenn Smith, Gail Laughry, Fred Durbin. ROW 2-Chris Tracy, Bob Edgar. Nedra Payne, Norma Zimmerman, Shirley Baker, Irene Mick- ley. D1-lores Colopy. Hazel Steiner. ROW 3-Tom Finan, Raymond Schmidt, Russell Myers. Cecil Lepley, Jim Randles, Davis Vander- hoover, Charles Shaub. Carroll Stull, Mr. Wheeler. ROW 4-Robo-rt Miller, Naomi Summers, Bonnie Hartman, Kenneth Armstrong, Mary Singer, Mary Sue Rice. Charles Farmer, Mary Jo Durbin, Margie McGinnis, Mona Parsons. ROW 5-Louis Smith, Bill Miller, Iva Mae Turney, Gerald Devore, James Butler, Janice Mumper, Mary Harlett. Kathryn Lifer, Velma Snyder. EIGHTH GRADE NOTES On September 2, forty-five boys and girls entered the eighth grade. Since then We have welcomed two girls, and two boys have withdrawn. Our class is under the guidance of Mr. Wheeler. In October we elected the following officers: President Louis Smith Vice-President Ralph Phillips Secretary Robert Lybarger Treasurer Chris Tracy Our class is well represented in 4-H, Boy Scouts, and intramural sports. Ten boys are on the Junior High Teamg they are Ralph Phillips, Bill Miller, Chris Tracy, Raymond Schmidt, Robert Edgar, Gail Laughrey, Robert Lybarger, Charles Farmer, Glen Smith, and James Randles. The Junior High manager is Fred Durbin. -Robert Lybarger Page 'I'u'ef1l y-nine THE CLARION. '48 ROW1-CLeft to rightl Walter Rice, Dean Workman, David Eberhart, Robert Vess, James Lusby, Harman White, Merwin Mullet, James Bell. ROW2-Floyd Mickley, Larry Smith, Mary Hitchcock, Joanne Durbin, Betty Akins, Elsie Mae Mickley, Evelyn Morris, Goldie Chapman, Lillian Smith. ROW 3-Fred Bartok, Joe Proper, Richard Lusby, Bill Shoemaker, Janice Hoagland, Mary Louise Colopy. Mary Bartok, Carolyn Dunn. Phylis McMillan, Mr. Snow. ROW 4-Leonard Bell, Karleen Singer, Ernest Emmert, Don Emmert, Charles Conkle, Tommy Colopy, Johnny Colopy, Esther Smail, Janice Staats. ROW 5-Marlene Armstrong, Ruth Ann Mickley, Maxine Yearous, Joyce Landis, Lunetta Hains glean Barnes, Shirley Mullet, Lillian Zimmerman, Nelpha Hammon, Janet Fesler, Janetta ains. SEVENTH GRADE NOTES There are forty-four pupils in the seventh grade this year, twenty-five girls and nineteen boys. They are under the supervision of Mr. Snow. The Lincoln spelling society defeated the Spartans this year. The Audubon Club has twenty-six members who have erected bird boxes. The members feed the birds regularly. We have four hundred books in our library. Elsie May Mickley is the drum major and Jean Barnes, Joyce Landis, and Phyllis McMillan are majorettes of the high school band. Evelyn Morris, Maxine Yearous, Shirley Mullet, Lillian Zimmerman, Bill Shumaker, Fred Bartok, Jean Barnes, Donald Emmert, Joseph Proper, and Janice Staats have perfect attendance records. Thirty-two pupils of this room are taking the reading circle work. -Lillian Zimmerman Page Thirty THE CLARION, '48 ROW lgllacft to rightr Lyle Kaylor, Larry Greer, Harold Franks, Earl Mickley, Tommy Gardner, Charlvs Harmf-r, Edwin Wallacv. ROW 24Jimmy Emmcrt, Warren Myers, Marcella McDonald, Ruth Shultz, Karol Sloan, Dalene Workman, Joyce Mickley, Helm-n Durbin, Cunard Treen. ROW 3 R-1-hard Mr-Ginnis, Eugene Woods, Nola Smails, Dorothy Lybargcr, Donald Hoagland, Billie Madsen, Virgil Carr, Harold Parsons, Mr, Hager. ROW 4-Shirl:-y Ki-nt, Conard Nyhart. Paul O'Donnell, Charles Miller, Don Laughrey, Billy Summers. Cami-ron Drake, David Liter, Joanne Banbury. ROW 54Faun Haines, Kathleen Finan, Glenn Ferenbaugh, Nancy Durbin, Thu-ima Devore, Fern Haines, Joe Weber, Jean Schisler, Marilyn Baugher, Olive Smith, Shirley Houck, Doris Body labsenti, SIXTH GRADE NOTES The sixth grade began the school year with forty-one students. Since that time four more pupils have entered. Mr. Hager is the teacher of this class. Our leading spellers for the first semester have been Marilyn Baugher, Dalcne Workman, and Conrad Treen. Those in the band are: Doris Body, Ruth Shultz, Eugene Woods, and Dalene Workman. We have furnished a patrol for the grade school, organized a science club, and have an excellent boys basketball team, which we hope will bring honor in the future. At the Christmas party our grade sang two songs, Jean Schisler and Joyce Mickley singing the leading parts, while Dalene Workman was our pianist. Joyce Mickley was director. Joan Banbury has been assistant pianist this year. iContinued on page 783 llzge Tlvirf-1-mic THE CLARION. '48 CAN YOU IMAGINE? Jack Banbury .I....,,.,I..II......,.I g I....,..II.I. Raymond Blubaugh ..,...III Anthony Boeshart ...,II,. Betty Burke ...,..I...,..tt, Marie Butts ,.....,..,I. Dale Campbell .t....t.I, George Chapman ...... Louise Cline ..,...e... Earl Colopy ,.e..,... June Conkle .,..,.,.. Wayne Crider ,........ Harry Dunn ......... Sam Durbin ...,..... Jean Gessling .,....eee Lillian Kaylor ,,e.,e. Vonetta Landis ,,.,., ..,.,,.,......, Luretta Long ....... Sam McMillan .e....ee David Meehan ..,.,e Jesse Mickley .,.e,e,. Jim Mullet ..,,.,.,ee.. . ,.e.,.. .. Marilyn O'Donnel1 ....... Lawrence Payne ..,... Harold Rhodes .,e,le Marietta Rice ........,.. Richard Sapp ....,..,.. Wayne Stumbaugh Dan Sheasby ..e,.......,,. ........ Neil Staats ............... ....... Bill Tanner e..,. Jim Tracy .,.ee,....,,, Roy Walters ,.....,..e.. ......., LeRoy Workman .eeeee e,.,... Mr. Parker .e,.......t,.q. eee,eeee Mr. Senft .....ee....,, Miss Durbin ......... Mr. Blair l.......... Mr. Kaylor ..e,... A Mr. Wheeler ..,-,,, Mrs Jameson ..e.,ee Mrs. Giffin ............ Mrs Dunham ,e,...., ......,. Mrs. Miller ..... . ,,.e, Page Tbirly-two not arguing with black hair without Luretta not going to Centerburg on not looking neat without his motorcycle mayor of Greer not giggling Ag teacher in 1960 not quiet without his Pepsodent smile being serious without important business not interested in roads without her "din't" with blonde hair not studying being a Ford tractor dealer not talking about Brink not flirting having a perfect attendance missing a day of school short without Jean missing a ball game not being a good sport J not being a farmer in knickers with straight hair driving within speed limits coming to school on time talking too much not interested in sports speechless running for office not counting money an Ohio native tiny teaching French quiet ineiiicient tall being noisy week-ends record THE CLARION. '48 Actizfitief P T! ly fl THE CLARION, '48 i ROW 1-fLeft to righti Raymond Blubaugh, Anthony Boeshart, Jim Tracy, Jesse Mickley, Jack Banbury, Wayne Crider, Bob Lybarger. ROW2-Luretta Long, Marilyn O'Donnell, Marie Butts, Betty Burke, Vonetta Landis, June Conkle, Louise Cline. ROW 3-Dan Sheasby, Sam Durbin, Harry Dunn, Richard Sapp, LeRoy Workman, Jim Mullet, Harold Rhodes, Bill Tanner, Mr. Senft. ROW 4-Neil Stants, David Meehan, Bill Mickley, Earl Colopy, Lawrence Payne, Wayne Stum- baugh, Sam McMillan. ROW 5-Eva Bowers, Dorothy Barnes, George Chapman, Lillian Kaylor, Lillian Zimmerman, Marietta Rice, Jean Gessling. CLARION STAFF Editor B BB ,eee B BB BBBB B eee,eeeeee, eeeeee B ,eee Marilyn O'Donnell Asst. Editors B BB BB BB B Betty Burke, Luretta Long Business Manager BBBBBBBBBB.B.BB ,B.,BB,.B,,BBBBB,,BBBBBBBBB S am Durbin Asst. Business Managers BBBB B BB Jim Tracy, Neil Staats Circulation Manager BBBB BBBB B B B B LeRoy Workman Asst. Circulation Managers B B Richard Sapp, Raymond Blubaugh George Chapman, Dale Campbell Wayne Stumbaugh, Roy Walters School Calendar B BB Marie Butts Class History BB B BBBB B BB B BB Jean Gessling Class Poem BB BB B Harry Dunn, Harold Rhodes Advertising BB B Jim Mullet, Dave Meehan Sam McMillan, Larry Payne Class Prophecy B B B BB Jesse Mickley Class Will B B B B Betty Burke Jokes BB BBBBB B B BB BB B BBBBBB B Bill Tanner, Dan Sheasby fContinued on page 785 Page Y'Xvirfy-fnzzf' THE CLARION, '48 ROWI lliell to rigliti Helen Pigmxin. Martha: Mt-Millzin, Ruth Arweller, Ethel Farmer, Dorothy lizirnes, Jenn CQOSSIIIIR, B1-tly Hawkins, Carol Adrian. ROW2 Marilyn O'Donnell, Betty Burke, Marie Butts, Helen Nyhairt, Barbara Thorp, Lillian Kaiylor. Miss Durbin. Ve-rnitn Long, Martha: Bittner. Lureita Long. ROW!!-lI:n'i'y Dunn, Glen Colony, Tommy Bunbury, John Bross, Sam Durbin, John Simmons, Boll Durbin, Vernon Marlin, HONOR SOCIETY The Honor Society, whose purpose is to promote scholarship, was form- ed a number of years ago. Miss Durbin is the adviser of this organization. In November the members elected officers which are as follows: President Marilyn O'DonneII Vice-President Luretta Long Secretary Betty Burke Treasurer Sam Durbin Those eligible for the first time the first semester were: Harry Dunn, Robert Durbin, and William Miekley. Those eligible for the first time the second semester were: Jean Gess- ling, Dorothy Barnes, Vernita Long, Martha lVIcIVIillan, and Helen Pigman, A party was held November 12, honoring the new teachers and the new members. A gay time was had by all by playing games and dancing. Initiation was held February I8 for the seven new members. A party was given in their honor at the school building. W-Betty Hawkins ltzlqt' 'l'f1ii'!.1-jim g THE CLARION. '48 ROW 1-lLei't to right! Earl Colopy, Jim Mullet, Anthony BOt'Slli1l't, Lawrence Payne, Bill Tanner, Richard Sapp, Mr. Wheeler. ROW 2-Robert Ferenbaugh, Don Snyder, Robert Miller, Carroll Shultz, Tommy Sapp. Robert Barnes, Harold Payne, Walter Durbin. ROW 3-Zane Wilson, Charles Barnes, Wayne Franks, Arthur Pritchard, Wayne Stumbaugh, Glen Mickley, Bill McGinnis, Bill Mickley. FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA President F F F F eeree rrree F F F FF Lawrence Payne Vice-President F FF FF Anthony Boeshart Secretary FF FF Bill Tanner Treasurer FF F F Jim Mullet News Reporter FF F Earl Colopy Custodian FF eeee F FF FF FF ,,,ee, Harold Payne Adviser F FF FF FFFF F F FF F FF FF F FF F F Thomas Wheeler The F. F. A. motto is "Learning to Do, Doing to Earn, Earning to Live. Living to Serve." The Danville chapter was organized in 1929 under the leadership of Thomas Wheeler. There were twelve charter members. There are at pres- ent twenty-five members-seven seniors, four juniors, tive sophomores. and nine freshmen. The Nineteenth Annual Parent-Son Banquet was held Wednesday. December 3, 1947. Twenty-two productive projects were completed in 1947-48. Thirty- six productive projects and thirty-five supervised or improvement projects are being carried this year. Besides projects, group or cooperative activities are carried out such as parliamentary procedure. public speaking, competitive livestock and grain judging, exhibits at county and state fairs, athletics, and community improvements. Page 71Z7fl'f.t'-.1'j.Y THE CLARION, '48 V... ROW I--11,1-l'1 In right! John Bross, Eva Bowers, Carroll Shultz. Neil Stauts, Bob Durbin, Bill Mivkley. ROW2-Ruth Arwollvr, Joyce Landis. Marilyn O'Donncll, Heli-n Nyhnrt, Dnlvne Workman, Marilyn Shziffi-r. ROW 3-Eng'-mr Woods, Charles Schnub, Josophinv Lybzirgcr, Iva Mac Turney, Elsie May Mickley, Ruth Shultz. ROW -I-Hzirrim-Ilzi Lxindis. Charles Durbin, Sam lVIclVIiII:in, Sum Durbin, Dorothy Bzirnvs, Doris Body. DANVILLE HIGH SCHOOL BAND The Band started practice early in the school year with Mr. Snow again the director. These practices which have been continued throughout the year have been mainly for the new members. The Band has played for several programs during the year, such as P.T.A. meetings, assembly programs, the Hallowe'en and Christmas parties, Farmer's Institute, and a few football games. It is the hope of the band members of the graduating class that the remaining and future members may enjoy the good times and opportunities that we have experienced in the past with the Band. Pmqv 'l'l1!rl'i -.i wwf THE CLARION. '48 ROW 1-Harrietta Landis, Dorothy Barnes, Marie Butts, Dalene Workman, Helen Nyhart, Marilyn O'Donnell. ROW 2-Sam McMillan, Charles Durbin, Neil Staats, Sam Durbin, Carroll Shultz, Mr. Blair. INSTRUMENTAL EN SEM BLE The high school ensemble was reorganized in September by Mr. Albert Blair, who replaced Miss Betty Young. It consists of the following: clarinets, Sam McMillan, Sam Durbing trumpets, Marilyn O'Donnell, Helen Nyhartg bass, Neil Staats, Charles Durbin, altos, Harrietta Landis, Dorothy Barnes, flute, Dalene Workman, drum, Carroll Shultz, and piano, Marie Butts. On December 6, 1947, they played over the radio from Mansfield, WMAN. They also have played for the P.T.A. meetings and assembly programs. -Helen Nyhart Page Tlvirfyeigbf THE CLARION. '48 ROW 1-Marilyn O'Donn1-ll. Marie Butts, Lucy Durbin, Betty Burke, Lillian Kaylor. ROW 2-Mr. Senft, Kenneth Armstrong, Roy Walters. Ralph Butler, Jim Logston, Teddy Gardner, Mr. Parker. ROW3--Sam Durbin. Lawrence Heubner, Ne-il Stazits, LeRoy Workman, Troy Wilson, Bill Tanner, Bob Fcrcnbuugh. SCHOOL PATROL At the beginning of each school year, a number of students are selected to cooperate with the faculty in caring for the other students, especially the younger boys and girls. This selected group is the School Patrol. 1948 marks the tenth anni- versary of this organization. The majority of the duties of the School Patrol are on the buses. keep- ing order and making sure students are safe as they board and leave the buses. A few of the members living in town cooperate and assist students on the playgrounds at recess and during their lunch periods. -Betty Burke Page 'I1Z7jI'f"l-lljllt' THE CLARION. '48 ROW 1-Mr. Senft, Jack Banbury, Bill Mickley, Anthony Boeshart, Mr. Kaylor. ROW 2-Bill Tanner, Lawrence Payne, LeRoy Workman, Jesse Mickley, Wayne Crider. ATHLETIC LEADERSHIP CLUB The Athletic Leadership Club is composed of members from the Var- sity Basketball Team. These members willingly serve as referees, umpires, scorers, and timers for the intramural basketball and softball games which are played during the year. -Jesse Mickley. Page I7w'l-3' THE CLARION, '48 1 g-- 6 I' if ROW 1-4Lel't to right! Sam Durbin, Etln-I Farmvr. Mrs. Jameson, Betty Burke, Marilyn ' 1 ll. O D nnne ROW 2ACnrol Adrian, Glenn Colopy, Je-ssc Mickley. Martha Bittner, Ll.ll'Cll2l Long, Tommy Ban- bury, V:-rnon Martin, Jim 'I'rau-y, Vcrnitn Long. FRENCH CLUB Le Cercle Francais The French Club is an organization consisting of all the students in classes French I and French II. This Cercle Francais has regular monthly meetings with the French language the only language permitted. Among the special activities per- formed by Le Cercle Francais were the giving of a tea in November, and an Assembly program in February. It also served refreshments for a ball game to raise money for European relief. The presiding officers for the year of 1947-48 are the following: President Marilyn O'Donnell Vice-President Sam Durbin Secretary Betty Burke Treasurer Ethel Farmer The director of this Club is Mrs. Martha Jameson. the French teacher. -Betty Burke P.1.qv l7r1rf.1-mir THE CLARION, '48 1-i??'l' 4 fi ROW I--lLei't to right? Martha McMillan, Glen Hauger, Bob Durbin, John Bross, Julin Simmons. Shirlc W rkman y 0 . ROW2-Bill McMillan, Charles Durbin, Sam McMillan, Eric Wintvrhalter. Josephine Lybarger, Rose Durbin, Ruth Arweller. Mrs. Jameson. L A T I N C L U B The Latin Club, named the "Little Romans" and newly organized this year, attempts to add variety to classroom activities. In addition to an assembly program and a Christmas Party for the French Club the thirteen members have held regular monthly meetings. This club is under the direction of Mrs. Jameson. OFFICERS President John Bross Vice-President Bob Durbin Secretary Glen Hauger Treasurer John Simmons Page Fflffrl-fIl'0 THE CLARION, '48 57' ylflz ROW 1--lLci't to rightl Davn- Meehan, Marie Butts, Louisv Cline. Jean Gessling, Josephine Ly- bargcr, Ruth Arweller. Jack Banbury. ROW2 Lawrence lluchner. Lawrence Payne, Wayne Cridcr. Dan Shcasby, LeRoy Workman, Jim Mullet, Harold Rlmdvs. Mrs. Jameson. PUBLIC SPEAKING The Public Speaking class, in addition to the regular activities of the course, plans and manages the high school assembly programs on Friday afternoons. These meetings have included amateur programs, outside speakers, music by students, and seasonal plays. The assembly is handled by four committees, Whose chairmen are Loren Banbury, Louise Cline, Jean Gessling, and Harold Rhodes, with LeRoy Workman and Marie Butts general chairmen. Mrs. Jameson is the sponsor. -LeRoy Workman P.1tQc' 17fn'l'1'-tlfrw THE CLARION, '48 ROW 1-1Left to rightj Rose Durbin, Barbara Thorp, Vernon Martin, Carol Adrian, Glen Colopy, Mrs. Dunham, Sam Durbin, ROW 2-Nancy Colopy. John Simmons, Gwen Smith, Vernita Long, Betty Hawkins, John Bross, Li ian Ka 1 r. y o ROW 3-Harry Dunn, Helen Nyhart, Tommy Banbury, Neil Staats, Betty Burke, Marilyn O'Don- nell, Martha McMillan. ROW 4-ile-nd.Mick1ey, Carrie Sapp, Luretta Long. Shirley Workman, Jean Gessling, Vonetta an ls. NEWSPAPER STAFF The School Parade Staff was organized at the beginning of the second six-weeks period. This followed a unit in newspaper writing, taught by Mrs. Kathryn Dunham, faculty adviser. Eligibility for membership was based on a B average and ability in writing. At the time of the first general staff meeting, the following oflicers were announced: Editor-in-chief, Carol Adrian, Associate Editor, Sam Dur- bin, Sports Editor, Vernon Martin, Feature Editors, Barbara Thorp and Glen Colopy. , Reporters named were: Martha McMillan, Rose Durbin, Shirley Work- man, Glen Mickley, John Bross, John Simmons, Carrie Sapp, Tom Banbury, Betty Hawkins, Vernita Long, Helen Nyhart, Gwen Smith, Martha Bittner, Neil Staats, Marilyn O'Donnell, Jean Gessling, Vonetta Landis, Luretta Long, Harry Dunn, Betty Burke, Lillian Kaylor, Nancy Colopy, and Ethel Farmer. fContinued on page 781 Page Forty-join' THE CLARION. '48 ROWI slit-It Io riglill Luretta Long. Jean Gessling, Louise Cline, Mrs. Jameson, June Conkle, Lillian Kziylor. ROW2--Marie Bulls, B--tty Burke, Harold Rhodes, Sam ML-Millaii, Sam Durbin, Mzirilyn O'Don- nell. Von:-Ita Landis. HOW!! Loren Bunbury, Wayne Crider. Neil Stunts, Dan Slit-zisby, Raymond Blubaugh. Harry Dunn, Jesse Mic-klm-y. SENIOR CLASS PLAY "The Atomic Blonde" was a fast-moving farce which led two college boys through various antics, when they tried to operate profitably a sum- mer hotel. An interesting array of guests elimaxed by a certain "atomic blonde," plus a well-hidden treasure furnished an abundance of material for an intriguing plot. The cast consisted of the following: Bob Nickerson, co-owner of the Healthitarium Oriole Byrd, the Negro maid Katinka Katzenpheifer, the Dutch cook Skid Werling, Bob's pal and partner Parsimonious Jackson, t'Parsy," Negro porter Doogie Deane, a fugitive from "the Constibule" Sylvester Butterfish, the "constibule" Mrs. Philo Pratt. the nosey next-door neighbor Miss Wilella Wylie, Doogie's rich spinster aunt Sam Durbin Marietta Rice Lillian Kaylor Raymond Blubaueh . ,. , Harry Dunn Jesse Mickley Earl Colopy . Vonetta Landis Marie Butts Finchley St. John HI. looking for a wealthy wife Wayne Crider Gurney lVladdox, the town Croesus and Skid's rival in love Neil Staats lVlrs. Adelaide Burkeleieh-Banks, an ardent club woman Louise Cline Doreen Burkeleigli-Banks. her attractive daughter Marilyn O'Donnell Betty Hartford, Adelaide's niece: a poor relation Jean Gessling The Headless Ha'nt. '?'?'?'?'? Wayne Stumbaugli llzlqt' I:rl7'f"l-lllc . ,.s....N THE CLARION. '48 'A 1, 19 WQ, ROW 1A1Left to rightl Carrie Sapp, Ethel Farmer, Carol Adrian, Dorothy Barnes, Helen Nyhart. Barb ra Th Jr M s Dunham 1 a 4 p, r. . ROW2-Vernon Martin, Walter Durbin, Bernard Banbury, Tommy Banbury, Glen Colopy. Lawrence Huebner. JUNIOR CLASS PLAY Tony Smith, a sensational high school football player, is sought after by several colleges. One college sends a glamour girl to Tony's home town to "get" him to enroll with them. Barbara, Tony's "steady," is neglected. Complications set in and before "all is forgivenn Tony finds himself in some mighty funny situations. The cast is as follows: Letitia Smith, the boss of the family aaaaa as a u a ,Carol Adrian Henry Smith, her husband, a newspaper publisher , B uWalter Durbin Tony Smith, their sensational football player son ,Tommy Banbury Betty Smith, their fourteen-year-old daughter uau,u u be Ethel Farmer Buddie Smith, their twelve-year-old son, a potential pugilist ..,,...,........,..,,,.,.,i..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,, ,,,...,. V ernon Martin Aunt Bella, Letitia's plain-spoken sister ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,...,...,.., ,,.,,,.,,, H elen Nyhart Sally Smith, the "arty" seventeen-year-old sisters e Dorothy Barnes Barbara Wetherby, a home-town girl in love with Tony Barbara Thorp Professor Slattery, absent-minded, and in love with Bella ,,uuu,,,u, Lawrence Huebner Dick Jones, a good-looking Southern boy ,,,,,,, e, .e Glen Colopy Stewart Brandon, a rich playboy , Bernard Banbury Julie Weston, a sophisticated vamp Carrie Sapp Page Forfy-Ji,x' THE CLARION, '48 Fx 9 . .. - IIOWI lLeI't to riglitb Annabelle Pvterson, lVl:irc-inzi McDonald, Evelyn Kent, Helen Fraislier, livelyn Ziininf-rnmii, Helen Pigniani, Naomi lvlowery, Nainuy Colopy, ROW2 Rohvrtzi Hill. Ruth Arwellf-r, Louise Scliznxh, lVI:irth:i Bittner, Twilxi Fl'l'0lll3!lllf.Zll, Rosalie Wziliz-rs, Iris Gzirdner, Evan Bows-r. Dorothy Bzwnvs. ROVVIS Von:-11:1 Lzinrlis. Sam McMillan. Mr, Blair, l..awrenL'e lluehner, Toni Banbury. Vernon Nlzirlin, Hurry Dunn, lI:iri'is-1111 Landis. MIXED CHORUS The mixed Chorus was organized at the beginning of the second semester under the direction of Mr. Blair. The chorus has an. enrollment of approximately 25 members. We have worked on "Old Black Joe" and various Ne fro s irituals, A such as i'Go Down Moses." We have also enjoyed singing some patriotic and popular songs. The chorus sin TS for several of the school rograms throu fhout the 2, A VC21I'. P"A'f' l:""l,1-nuff THE CLARICN. '48 OUR CANDY COUNTER Lifesavers ...,A. w--,-..,,,K.,,AA, ,,-,-,,--,-,,,,,,MA, ,-w, -,---,,-,,, ,,,,,-,,,',,-,------,,-,-,-------. L 0 W D's FOPGVGF Y0uI'S ,........ .,v .. . T ony and Luretta Baby Ruth ............. . ............. R uth Arweller Chicken Dinner A. .... ,...... A t Our Cafeteria Powerhouse .,...,.... ,,,,,,.,.,,.,,,,,, B ill Tanner J Olly Jack ,,f-..- ...,.................... T hat Banbury Lad Pippin .............. .............v........,..,...,,.. N aomi Mowery Milky Way .i,...... ....... W hat Vonetta and Dan gaze at O Henry .......... ,,....................... J ames U1 Mullet Dreams .A.....i ...,...,,.,.-.. P eggy Bell Whiz ................ .................... W ayne Crider Bit-O-Honey ...... .......,.....,..........v...,.. E dna Taylor Necc fob ....,.... ,,..., T o whom it may concern Zip ...i..i....i.........,.. ......,.....,. . ,.,. D orothy Mickley Fifth Avenue ........ ..........., C afeteria Line A11 American ........ ....w....i............. L eRoy Workman Payday .............e..,...,,. i.......,..,...........,...,......iii G raduation Mild and Mellow ,.,..... ,,....,. O ur memories of homework Three Musketeers ...... ........................ S am, Neil, Harry Mars ..........................., ...,..,.,...,.,,i...,.ee,,,e. L arry Colopy Old Nick .,e,.. ..,,.ve,. W alter Durbin Snickers ..,.,, .,e..ieeev,,, S enior Boys Klein eeeeieee e.e.,ee L ouise 1ClineJ L O G I K What is a double petunia? Well, a petunia is a flower like a begoniag A begonia is a meat like a sausageg A sausage and battery is a crimeg Monkeys crime treesg Trees a crowdg A rooster crowed in the morning and made a noiseg A noise is on your face like your eyesg The eyes is the opposite of the naysg A horse nays and has a coltg You get a colt and go to bed and wake up in the morning ..,..c...,,.eeee,,,.,...,,cc with double petunia! Page Forty-eight THE CLARION. '48 Atlaleticf PgFly THE CLARION, '48 ROW 1-Carroll Shultz, Bob Durbin, Glen Hauger, Richard Sapp, Lawrence Payne, Loren Ban- bury, Jim Elliott, Harold Payne, Charles Durbin, John Simmons. ROW 2-Bob Barnesn David Meehan, Larry Colopy, Jesse Mickley, Jim Mullet, Dan Sheasby, Tom Banbury, Bill Tanner, Wayne Crider, Charles Barnes. ROW3-Mr. Kaylor, Arthur Pritchard, Walter Durbin, Sam McMillan, Bill McGinnis, Glen Colopy. Jim Haines, Blaine Workman. FOOTBALL NOTES On September 2, thirty-two hopeful candidates reported for the 1947 Danville High School Football Team. The Blue Devils had high hopes of a successful season with the return of nine lettermen. After a short two weeks practice we opened the season with an afternoon game with Dresden on September 12, on the Blue Devils' Field. With LeRoy "Bones" Workman as captain of the Blue Devils they opened the season with a very impressive 26-0 win over Dresden. In the first quarter Danville drew first blood when Workman passed to Left End Tommy Banbury for a touch- down. In the second quarter Workman again hit Banbury for a touchdown. Bill Tanner kicked both extra points. The rain poured the second half but it didn't stop the Blue Devils. In the third quarter LeRoy Workman took a short punt and re- turned it 25 yards to the Dresden end zone. Danville closed scoring in the last quarter when Tracy, sub quarterback scored on the quarterback sneak. Page Fifly THE CLARION. 48 GRANVILLE The Blue Devils beat Granville the first time in five years, 19-15. The game was played under the lights at the new Memorial Park. Coach Ron Kaylor chose Jack Banbury as captain. Early in the first period Tanner passed to Payne for the first touchdown. Then Granville scored on a 15-yard pass. Our second score came in the first period as Tanner galloped 40 yards. Then on a fumble after a kick, Red Colopy was tackled back of the goal and gave Granville 2 more points. After bring- ing the ball from our own 25 yard line, we finally hit pay-dirt on an 11-yard pass, 'IK-innir to Payne. Granville scored late in the fourth period on a line plunge from t e t ree. MT. GILEAD The Blue Devils lost their first game of the season. A heart-breaking 7-6 de- feat at the hands of Mt. Gilead Indians. Coach Ron Kaylor chose Center Wayne Crider captain for this game. After a scoreless first half that saw good defensive playing, the Mt. Gilead Indians scored the first touchdown. The touchdown was on a pass from Nelson Campbell to Kliger. Lancaster, Mt. Gilead's best all-around player, converted the extra point. Danville's score came in the last quarter when Red Colopy went around the end for 9 yards. The try for the extra point missed and the score was 7-6. Time ran out on the Blue Devils as they were on their way to the Mt. Gilead end zone again. LOUDONVILLE Bingo! Loudonville holds Blue Devils scoreless. The second game under the lights at Memorial Park was lost by a score of 25-0. Bill Tanner was chosen captain to represent his team against his former school mates. BELLVILLE On October 10, Danville went to Bellville for an afternoon game. Big Dan Sheasby, Danville's right tackle, was chosen captain. It was homecoming at Bell- ville. On the fourth running play of the game, Gleason ran 50 yards for a touch- down for Bellville. Extra point was good. Danville hit pay-dirt in the second quarter when Payne scored on a short pass from Bill Tanner, climaxing a drive of 55 yards. The extra point was no good. In the fourth quarter Gleason scored again when he plunged over from the 2-yard line after Danville fumbled on their own 22-yard line. The game ended 13-6 in favor of Bellville. UTICA Danville invaded Utica for the fourth straight loss. The smallest but one of the best linemen, Dave Meehan, was chosen captain by Coach Ron Kaylor. The game started with a bang for Utica, as they scored early in the first period. The Blue Devils' score came when LeRoy Workman plunged over from the 2-yard line. Utica's second came when Tanner passed to Banbury but was intercepted by Utica's right guard, and ran back 95 yards to pay-dirt. LeRoy Workman suffered a broken collar- bone. This set the Blue Devils back for the rest of the game . MILLERSBURG Those Blue Devils can't get going. They met defeat again, this time at the hands of Mi1lersburg's powerful eleven. Sam McMillan, Danville's left guard was chosen captain for this game. In the first period Smith of Millersburg scored from the 17-yard line. Danville came back in the second quarter as Red Colopy plunged over from the 3-yard line after a sustained drive of 70 yards. In the second period Millersburg also scored as Shoemaker caught a pass from Smith on the Danville 20 and scored. Millersburg hit pay-dirt again in the third quarter as a pass covered 40 yards. Colopy again scored for Danville in the fourth quarter as he plunged over from the 2-yard line. Millersburg scored near the end of the game as Shoemaker scored from the 2-yard line. The game ended 26-12. Page Fifty-one THE CLARION. '48 FREDERICKTOWN The Blue Devils triumphed over the Freddies for the first time since '41. Law- rence Payne was chosen captain by Coach Ron Kaylor. It was nip and tuck the first half, score 0-0. Nothing happened until midway in the third period when sec- ond string Jimmy Tracy came into the game. On the second play Red Colopy ran 60 yards for a touchdown. The Freddies hit pay-dirt in the fourth quarter as Left End Shoemaker went on an end around for a touchdown. With three minutes left to play the Freddies kicked off to Danville. The Blue Devils' backfield worked a triple reverse with Payne finally receiving the ball and racing 75 yards behind excellent blocking to pay-dirt. The final score was 12-6. We started with a BANG and finished with a bang. Left End-Tommy Banbury-Junior Tommy's specialty was snagging passes. Left Tackle-J im Mullet-Senior Jim was a good offensive blocker. Left Guard-Sam McMillan-Senior Sam was good at plugging those holes on defense. Center-Wayne Crider-Senior Wayne was a fast-charging line backer. Right Guard-Dave Meehan-Senior A hard-tackling guard who was somehow always in the other team's backfield. Right Tackle-Dan Sheasby-Senior Dan was tough and rough on both offense and defense. Right End-Lawrence Payne-Senior He was always there on the receiving end of a pass. Quarterback-Bill Tanner-Senior Bill could call signals and made the "T" work. Left Halfback-LeRoy Workman-Senior "Bones" was our all-around man-a good player. Right Halfback-Larry Colopy-Junior "Red" was the workhorse of the backfield. Fullback-J ack Banbury-Senior Jack was a power both on offense and defense. End-Jesse Mickley-Senior A dependable man-and tough! Fullback-Richard Sapp--Senior Sapp was a real football player. Due to a knee injury during the opening game he played very little. Fullback or Tackle-Walter Durbin-Junior Walter did his job in either position. Quarterback-J im Tracy--Senior Jim was little but mighty as a quarterback. Center-James Elliott-Junior He was a hard hitter on defense. Left Tackle-Glen Hauger-Freshman Glen showed real ability and much is expected of him in the future. In addition to these boys the other members of the squad who did their part were Bob Durbin, Jim Haines, Glenn Colopy, Harold Payne, Charles Durbin, Blaine Workman, Arthur Pritchard, Charles Bar-nes, Don Ridgeway, and Bob Barnes. -Wayne Crider -Jack Banbury Page Fifty-two THE CLARION. '48 ROW1-Wayne Crider, Harold Payne. Bill Tanner. Bill. Mickley, Anthony Boeshart. ROW 2-Mr. Kaylor, Jesse Miekley, Lawrence Payne, John Bross, LeRoy Workman, Tom Ban- bury. Bill McGinnis, Jim Haines, Bob Durbin. VARSITY BASKETBALL NOTES Basketball practice started after the football season ended, twenty-five boys reporting. After two weeks of practice, we opened the season with a home game. Dec. 2-Playing without the services of LeRoy Workman, who was still suffer- ing from a football injury, we drop our opening game to Butler 45 to 33. Dec. 5-We win our Hrst league game from Centerburg in a rough and rugged contest. The score was 30 to 24. Dec. 9-We win an easy game from Amity, 41 to 21. Dec. 12-Danville pours it on St. Vincent and beats them 48 to 29. Dec. 16-After a hard game, in which the Blue Devils eouldn't find the range. they lost to Howard 33 to 30. Dec. 23-After a good hard game, the Blue Devils bring home a Christmas present from Loudonville. They beat them, 48 to 43. Jan. 6-After vacation is over, the Blue Devils beat Glenmont 41 to 24. Jan. 9-Danville beats a previously undefeated Fredericktown team by the score of 32 to 28. Jan. 13-Danville beats Bladensburg by a safe margin. The score was 42 to 26. Page Iiiflj'-llffm' THE CLARION. '48 Jan. 16-In a hard-played game, Danville finally noses out a stubborn Gambier team 41 to 38. Jan. 20-After five straight victories, Danville finally falls at the hands of a powerful Utica team. They beat us 57 to 42. Jan. 23-Danville journeys to Centerburg and brings home a 52 to 47 victory. Jan. 27-Danville has a hard time with Amity for three quarters but finally beats them 39 to 24. Jar5. 30-Danville beats St. Vincent easily again. This time the score was 51 to 3 . Feb. 3-Danville gets revenge for an early season defeat by swamping Howard 45 to 34. Feb. 6-The game to decide first place in the county was played at Danville before a capacity crowd. Although Danville outscored Fredericktown in the last half, they lost the game 40 to 36. Feb. 10-The Blue Devils swamp Bladensburg 63 to 31. Feb. 13-Danville closes the regular season with a 40 to 32 victory over TOURNAMENT Gambier. TOURNAMENT The squad is as follows: 1. Jesse Mickley Forward Senior' 2. LeRoy Workman Center Senior' 3. Bill Tanner Guard Senior' 4. Lawrence Payne Guard Senior' 5. Wayne Crider Forward Senior' 6. Anthony Boeshart Guard Senior' 7. Tommy Banbury. , Forward Junior' U 8. Bill Mickley Forward Sophomore 9. John Bross Center Sophomore 10. Harold Payne Forward Sophomore 11. Jim Haines Forward Sophomore 12. Glen Hauger Guard Freshman ' Denotes Letterman. Bob Durbin was the dependable manager of our team. February 21-Danville breezes through the first game of the tournament by beating Amity 67 to 16. February 27-Danville takes an easier-than-expected victory over Gambier by defeating them 68 to 28. February 28-With LeRoy Workman sick with the Hu the Blue Devils are de- feated by Fredericktown 49 to 38. This was the finals of the Knox County Tourna- ment. March 2-Danville plays their first game at the district tournament at Wester- ville. They defeat Columbus Holy Family 57 to 36. March 4-The Blue Devils play their last game of the season as an undefeated Bremen team beats them 52 to 40. Page Fifly-four THE CLARION 48 ROW1-Glen Mickley. Charles Durbin, Blaine Workman, Gary Didinger, Don Ridgeway. ROW 2-Mr. Kaylor, Glen Hauger, Eric Winterhalter, Harold Payne, John Bross, Bill McGinnis, .lim Haines, Lloyd Sheasby, Bob Durbin. RESERVE BASKETBALL This year's reserve team won all their games but two. This gives us hopes for next year as many of the reserve players will be playing on the varsity. The scores of the games were as follows: Danville-22 Danville-27 Danville- Danville-28 Danville- Danville- Danville- Danville- Danville- -15 Centerburg-16 Amity- St. Vincent-16 Howard- Loudonville- Glenmont- Fredericktown- Bladensburg- Butler Danville-27 Danville-24 Danville-33 Danville-16 Danville-36 Danville-15 Danville-21 Danville-37 Danville-25 D Gambier-13 Utica-17 Centerburg-24 Amity- 9 St. Vincent-22 Howard-12 Fredericktown-25 Bladensburg-13 Gambier-20 Page Fifi-1'-fI1'u THE CLARION, '48 ROW 1-Chris Tracy, Bill Shoemaker, Glen Smith, Bob Edgar. ROW 2-Mr. Kaylor, Floyd Mickley, Ralph Phillips, Jim Randles, Bob Lybarger, Gail Laugh- rey, Fred Durbin, Mervin Mullet. ROW3-.Toe Proper, Johnny Colopy, Charles Farmer, Harman White, Bill Miller, Raymond Schmidt, Tommy Colopy. JUNIOR HIGH BASKETBALL Danville Junior High, consisting of 15 fellows, had two games during the regular season. They were both with Howard. The first game Howard won 35 to 22. The second game Howard won 23 to 12. The boys went to the Junior High Tournament at Howard and were defeated by Gambier 15 to 11. Page 172 f fy-,fix fLeft to rightl Betty Hawkins, Marietta Rice, Dorothy Mickley, Helen Nyhart. CHEERLEADIN G NOTES The cheerleaders were chosen from the upper three classes: Marietta Rice, senior, Helen Nyhart and Betty Hawkins, juniors, and Dorothy Mickley, sophomore. These girls appeared in blue corduroy slacks and white sweaters with the white "D," At the close of football season, a rally was held at Memorial Park by the cheerleaders, in honor of the team and our victory over Fredericktown. We had a big crowd and a good time. We feel honored to have led the cheers this year for the Reserve and Varsity teams and wish to thank the student body for their excellent support. Page Iiifly-.u'e1'e11 THE CLARION. '48 ROW 1-4Left to right! Chris Tracy, Jack White, Bob Lybarger, Glen Smith, 'Ifom Tanner, Freddie Durbin, Cecil Lepley, Teddy Gardner, Robert Miller, Bob Edgar, Jim Randles, Tommy Finan. ROW 2-Carrol Shultz, Russell Myers, Raymond Schmidt, David Vanderhover, Charles'Schaub, Jim Cline, Ralph Phillips, Robert Miller, Tommy Sapp, Gail Laughery, Don Ridgeway. Charles Barnes. ROW 3-Neil Staats, Gerald Devore, Glenn Mickley, Carol Stull, Kenneth Armstrong, Charles Farmer, Bill Miller, Wayne Franks, Gary Didinger, Louis Smith, Charles Clipse, Floyd Root, Harold Conkle. ROW 4-Mr. Parker, Richard Sapp, Harry Dunn, Vernon Martin, James Butler, Bob Durbin, Glen Hauger, Charles Durbin, Zane Wilson, Eric Winterhalter, Blaine Workman, Lloyd Wolford, Roy Walters, Roy Myers, Mr. Blair, Mr. Senft. ROW 5-Mr. Kaylor, Sam Durbin, Lloyd Sheasby, Bill McMillan, Robert Ferenbaugh, Jim Haines, Harold Payne, Don Snyder, Clyde Myers, Jim Elliot, Tommy Banbury, John Bross, Sam McMillan, Jim Logston. ROW 6eLarry Huebner, Walter Durbin, Bill Mickley, Wayne Crider, Bill Tanner, Larry Colopy, Don Sheasby, David Meehan, LeRoy Workman, Jesse Mickley, Jack Banbury, Bill McGinnis, Lawrence Payne, Earl Colopy, Tony Boeshart. BOYS' IN TRAMURAL BASKETBALL Six senior boys chose teams this year. The boys were supervised by Mr. Senft. The six boys were Dan Sheasby, Dave Meehan, Earl Colopy, Jim Tracy, Sam McMillan, and Jim Mullet. All the games were played during the noon hour and were refereed by members of the varsity basket- ball team. BOYS' INTRAMURAL SOFTBALL Six senior boys chose teams this year. The boys were Jesse Mickley, Bill Tanner, Wayne Crider, Lawrence Payne, LeRoy Workman, and J ack Banbury. They played on Mondays and Wednesdays. Page Fifty-eight THE CLARION 48 ROW 1-rLeI't to right! Helen Frasher, Evelyn Kent, Marcina McDonald, Mary Singer, Mona Parsons. Betty Smith. Ellen Randles, Iris Gardner, Helen Pigman, Irene Mic-klvy, Shirley Baker, Hazel Steiner, Norma Zimmerman, Nedra Payne. ROW 2' .lo Anne Sevitts, Annabelle Peterson, Mary Sue Rice, Rose Durbin, Shirley Workman, Martha McMillan, Margaret Kidwell, Ruth Arweller, Evelyn Zimmerman, Martha Calkins. Luretta Long, Vonetta Landis, Louise Cline, Doris Young. h ROW 3-Lillian Kaylor, June Cunkle, Marietta Rice, Eva Bowers. Iva May Turney, Margie McGinnis, Rosalie Walter, Louise Schaub, Twila Ferenbaugh, Juanita Haines. Nellie Summers, Margaretta Farmer, Lucy Durbin, Patsy Bilyvu, Patty Weber, Martha Bittner, Miss Durbin. ROW -l-Naomi Mowvry, Bonnie Hartman, Harrietta Landis, Dorothy Barnes, Naomi Summers, Mary Myers, Gretchen Lisby, Myrtle Logston, Unita Akins, Carrie Sapp, Ethel Farmer, Vernita Long, Mary Harlett, Janice Mumper, Katherine Life Workman. ROW 5-Nancy Colupy, Betty Burke, Marilyn O'Donnell, Marie Butts Thorp, Betty Hawkins, Heli-n Nyhart. Carol Adrian, Dorothy' Peggy Bell, Leuna Taylor. Roberta Hill, Jos:-phinc Lybarger Jo Durbin, Jean Gessling. Velma Snyder, Donna Gwen Smith, Barbara Mickley. Edna Taylor. Dolores Colopy, Mary GIRLS' INTRAMURAL BASKETBALL Six senior girls chose basketball teams this year. They were under the direction of Miss Durbin. The captains are Vonetta Landis, Lillian Kaylor, Marietta Rice, Jean Gessling, Betty Burke, and Marilyn O'Donnell. The games were refereed by members of the varsity basketball team. GIRLS' INTRAMURAL SOFTBALL Four girls chose softball teams during the year. The girls were June Conkle, Marilyn O'Donnell, Jean Gessling, and Louise Cline. They played games on Tuesday and Thursday. Page Iljlffl-lillit THE CLARION. '48 1. Threesome. 2. Snyder. 3. Donna Mae. 4. Ball One! 5. Farrm-rs. 6. Blondie. 7. Nellie. 9. Little Iris. 10. Payne Brothers. 11. Heroes. 12. Bob and Nellie, 13, Haines. 14. Good mertime. 15. Ambitious? 16. Chums. 17. Those Soph. boys. 18. Junie. 19. Fresliies. 20. retary. 21. Blondie again, 22. Mr. Walters. 23. Eighth grade girls, 24. Sophs. 25. Coach 27, Loafers. 28. Wilson. 29. Senior pals. 30. Danny boy. 31. Marietta. 32. Beautiful car. and Barb. 34. Cutiv. 35. Friends. 36. Vonetta. 37. Naomi and brother. 38. Brinkhaven Honor Society Initiation. 40. Wintertime. 41. Twins? 42. Red. 43. Eva. 8. Lillian. Old Sum- Our Sec- 26. Lucy. 33. Helen gals. 39. THE CLARION. 48 SCHOOL CALENDAR 1947-48 September - 1947 1-Labor Day. We can hardly wait for school to start. 2-School started. We have three new faculty members: Mrs. Miller, Mrs. Dun- ham, and Mr. Blair. 12-First football game of the year on our brand new field with Dresden. The score? Why of course we won 26-0. 19-Granville, our first night game of the year. You're doin' fine, boys. Keep it up. 19-15 our favor. 26-Mt. Gilead there. They won 7-6. Did someone say it was warm? October - 1947 1-Tami: out to see the "Messick Bell Ringersf' a show given for the benefit of us it i si!! 3-Loudonville Cardinals came to clash with the Blue Devils. Must you know the score? Loudonville 25-Danville 0. 6-Senior boys donned their flashy ties while the girls had on their best bib and tucker for the Senior Class Pictures. 10-Oh me! Another defeat. Bellville pushed us under, 25-0. 15-Guess what! We had a movie. 17-We lost to Utica there. They 12, we 6. 21-Why are all the seniors sleepy today? Oh, they had a party last night. 23-Defeat again. Millersburg 26, Danville 12. 24--The teachers go to the Slave-Drivers convention at Columbus because there is no school. ' 29--"The Tinder Box," a puppet show. Boy, the comb got the works today! Clarion pictures taken. 30-Beware of ghosties and goblins, and spooks and witches. The annual Ha1lowe'en party sponsored by the Lions Club and P. T. A. November - 1947 4-Movie "Cleveland Brown's Musical Majore-ttes." 7-Fredericktown goes home defeated. Score 12-6. 10--Tea and crumpets at French Club Tea. 12-Alpha Beta had a pie party. 14-Oh, oh, oh, no stuffin' the ballot box, please. .The queen and her attendants were elected. A movie "One Million B. C." First assembly of the year. Big night, football dance and the crowning of the queen. 18-All the grade students bring their mammas and papas for the P. T. A. meeting. 20-Gonna buy a car. Another free movie, "Automobiles" 24-Seniors measured for caps and gowns. Friends, relatives, and parents, beware! We ordered our invitations. 25-Well, look at all the stars. Why, it's theater night. Movie "Blasting Cap." 28--We give thanks on Thanksgiving. 29-We give thanks for vacation. December - 1947 1-Intramural basketball started. 2-First basketball game of the season. 45-33 in Butler's favor. 3-Ag boys had a big feed. The twentieth annual banquet of the F. F. A. Page Sixty-one THE CLARION. '48 4-P. T. A. card party. 5-More pictures taken for the Clarion, Jesse Rae Tay1or's presentation. Danville romps over Centerburg. Score 30-24. 6-Sit beside your radio and listen over WMAN to the Danville High School Ensemble. 9-Basketball upset at Amity. Danville 41, Amity 21. 12-St. Vincent game. We 48, they 29. 18-Santie paid a visit to the P. T. A. and Lions Club Christmas party. 19-Senior Christmas party. Vacation started for two whole weeks. 23-Danville takes care of Loudonville. Score 48-43. January - 1948 1-New Year's resolutions made. They sound all right-for someone else. 2-New Year's resolution broken. Are you surprised? . 5-Back to the daily routine. 6-Why such an assembly? Why, Mr. Walter's presentation of our school banner. Thanks a lot, Mr. Walter. Glenmont here, 41-24 our favor. 14-Dig for a nickel and see "Melody Master." 16-That unwelcome customer-final examinations for the first semester. 20-Physics and chemistry students get out of school for a demonstration, "Better Lighting," by the Ohio Power Company. 22-Polo benefit game between Fredericktown and Danville F. F. A., and Howard and Danville Alumni. Oh, by the way, Danville won both games. 23-We defeated the Centerburg Trojans by a score of 52-47. February - 1948 2-There is a familiar face in the hall. Why, it's Mr. Walter. 3-Did we beat Howard? Of course we did, 45-34. 5-Want to be a nurse? Junior and senior girls were lectured by Miss Allison. 6-Danville defeated in a thriller. Fredericktown 40, Danville 36. 7-Seniors find out how smart they are. Senior Scholarship Test. 11-?vladensburg here. We Won 63-31. Two short movies. Scrimmage game at Mt. ernon. 13-Who said it was an unlucky date for Danville? We tossed Gambier around and got a score of 40-32. 16-Another nickel please. "Fifty-Second Street." 21-Tournament. We played Amity. Our team was red hot. 27-Another game in the tournament with Gambier. March - 1948 2-Knox County Teacher's Meeting. Too bad they decided to have it at night. 10-Gimme a nickel. The "Unfinished Rainbows" was the subject. 15-Show of the month, "Rawhide" 16-Church night at Farmers Institute. 17-Farmers Institute school night. ' 18-"Here Comes Charley" was presented by the Flat Run Grange at the Farmers Institute. Page Sixty-lwo THE CLARION April - 1948 1-"The Crazy Smith Family" presented by the Junior Class. 15-The seniors shine for "The Atomic Blonde." Oh, good, another movie, "Break- ing the Ice." 29-The annual event of the year, the Junior and Senior Banquet. May - 1948 Y 14-Lyceum number "Deep River Quartet" which was postponed in January. 18-Field Day. 21-That unwelcome customer, final examinations. We seniors don't have to worry, or do we? 23-Baccalaureate. Not very much more school for the seniors. .24-Commencement. Goodbye seniors. -Marie Butts. CLASS PROPHECY tContinued from page 253 June Conkle is running a cooking school in Greer to teach new brides the finer arts of keeping their husbands. Richard Sapp is president of the U. T. B. Club of Cleveland. Incident- ally the initials stand for You Tell a Bigger One Club. Jim Mullet is salesman for Yum Yum Potato Chips Company. Jean Gessling is lady doctor of Greersville-cures all illness and aches. All she hurts is your pocketbook. Louise Cline is now chief cook and bottle washer in the Waves. What kind of bottles does she wash? Roy Walters is assistant guard of Alcatraz. He is guarding the bum who wrote this junk. -Jesse Mickley Page Sixty-three THE CLARION. '48 SENIOR CLASS AS FOURTH GRADERS - 1939 - 40 1, 1 Q l I 4 4 I z I I 2 L ROW 1-lLeft to rightj-Theresa Durbin, Wanda Smith, June Conkle, Marie Butts, Marietta Rice. ROW 2-Jesse Mickley, Glen Snively, Dicky Riley, Sam Durbin, Ralph Shira. ROW 3-gvglyn Etringfellow, LeRoy Workman, Norma Davis, Raymond Conkle, Marilyn ' onne . ROW 4-Jim, Tracy, Kenneth Blubaugh, Anthony Boeshart, Jack Wilson, Troy Wilson. ROW 5-Fred Kidwell, Wayne Crider, Dale Campbell, Donald Hose, Dan Sheasby. ROW 6-Richard Sapp, Raymond Blubaugh, Earl Colopy, Rolly Summers, Bob Stull. Page Sixty-four f THE CLARION 48 CLASS HISTORY Four years ago, on September 5, 1944, forty students enrolled in the Freshman Class, eager to begin their high school career. We were under the guidance of Mr. Brumbaugh and LeRoy Workman, our class president. Upon entering our sophomore year we were under the supervision of Mr. Looney, a newcomer to Danville High School. This year we selected Dan Sheasby as our class president. We now come to the two most important years of our high school career. During our junior year, we were under the supervision of Mr. Loughridge, with Wayne Crider as our class president. Two main events of this year were the Junior-Senior Banquet, and the class play entitled "Antics of Andrew." Our class was well represented in athletics and other high school activities. On September 2, 1947, thirty-two seniors enrolled in the Senior Class for our final year under the guidance of Mr. Senft with Loren Banbury as our class president. As we recall the many school days our class have shared together, the hard work and good times spent here at Danville High School, we wish to take this opportunity to thank the faculty and our parents for guiding us through the most important and decisive years of our lives. - -Jean Gessling. Page Sixty-five "F, THE CLARION. '48 BACCALAUREATE SERVICE May 23, 1948 DANVILLE HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM--8:15 P.M. Processional - "Nocturne" .........................................,.,A........... Robert Schumann Instrumental Ensemble Invocation ..................................................,....................... ....... R ev. B. P. Jones Vocal Solo - "Thank God For A Garden" .... ...........,, T om Banbury Scripture Lesson ....,......................,........................ .......... R ev. Harry Lyons Clarinet Solo - "Marche Slave" .......................... ....... ........ P . Tschaikowsky Sam Durbin Sermon ..........................................................,.,............... Rev. John A. McCormick Music -"I Heard A Song" ..........,.....,.....l........... ................ J ohannes Brahms Chorus Benediction ............. A .............. ......................... ....... R e v. Eugene Savage COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES May 24, 1948 DANVILLE HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM-8:15 P.M. Music ...............................v............................................................... Instrumental Ensemble March Invocation .......................................,..................v................... ........ R ev. C. B. Tiepe Music - "Two Famous Waltzes" ....v................,.................... Instrumental Ensemble Salutatory - "Today A Dream Comes True" .................... Valedictory - "Can Education Make Men Free?" ............ Music ...............,......................................................,............... ..... Instrumental Ensemble Talk - "Leaders Must Lead Well" ............................. ..... Strauss Waldfeufel Marilyn O'Donnell Luretta Mae Long March Jack L. Banbury Class President Class Will - "Our Will Is a Wish" .............. ....... ......... S a m Durbin Music ................................................................................................................ Overture Instrumental Ensemble Class Address - "The Sky's The Limit" ........................ Mr. Tennyson Guyer Trombone Solo - "The World Is Waiting For The Sunrise" ................ Seitz Neil Staats Announcement of Class Honors ........................................ Principal A. B. Parker Presentation of Class ...................... ........... A sst. Principal D. F. Senft Presentation of Diplomas .......... ........................................... C . D. Blubaugh President of Board of Education Benediction ............................ .......................... R ev. Glenn F. Lockard Page Sixty-fix THE CLARION. '48 Alumni Page Sixty-:even THE CLARION. '48 ALUMNI NOTES The following have entered on the sea of matrimony in the past year Thomas Attles and Mary Alice Hammond, '40 Paul Arweller, '46 and Maxine Devore Dick Banbury, '42, and Emma Jo Stout Clarence Bebout and Nellie DeLong, '23 Richard Blubaugh, '45, and Marilyn Shipley Leonard Bush and June Shaw, '44 Dempsie Chevuront and Woneta Dunn, '46 Willard Gaumer, '43, and Jean Payne John Grossclose and Patty White, '47 Donald Hively and Anna Coleman, '39 Merlin Hubbell and Jean Ventling, '43 Floyd Kirk, '42, and Mary Shaffer, '46 L. G. LeMay and Gladys Whitney, '17 Wesley Miller, '40, and Mary McConnell James W. Pribble and Leota Workman, '37 Neil Reader and Faith Whitney, '40 Chester Rohrobaugh and Mabel Arnholt, '44 Ben Ross and Pauline Mowery, '28 - John Scottie and Dorothy Summers, '47 William Sheasby, '36, and Eva Wolfe Alfred Sleeman and Ruth Dunn, '33 Gerald Shira and Della Colopy, '47 Michael Smithhisler, '26, and Glynne Gowland Delmer Stumbaugh, '41, and Catherine Deckenback Harold Ventling, '42, and Betty Deckard Reno Watchell and.Martha Arnholt, '39 George Weber, '38, and Evelyn Payne L. J. Wells and Bethel Thompson, '40 Richard Webster and Harriet Banbury, '42 Donald Wheeler, '43, and Margaret Schaub, '44 Willis Crider and Betty Laughrey, '46 John Ridenbaugh and Dorothy Smith, '45 Page Sixly-eight THE CLARION. 48 ALUMNI BIRTHS The stork has visited the homes of the following alumni: Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Blubaugh, '35-Son Carl Boeshart, '35-Daughter Charles Breckler CBetty Tiech, '44J-Daughter Clifford Body CNorma Miller, '43J-Son Ross Carter fA1ice Schaub, '41J-Daughter Alios Chadil CMargaret Smith, '3lJ-Daughter Jim Christopher fDoris Butts, '39J-Son Carrol Diehl CLouise Smith, '42J--Daughter Willard Dunn CFerne Temple, '30J-Son Kenneth Durbin, '34-Son Pius Durbin, '25 CMary Gardner, '25J-Daughter Willard Gaumer, '43-Son Maurice Gessling, '38-Daughter Kenneth Glasgo CDonna Workman, '30D-Son James Finan CF1orence Blubaugh, '28D-Son Robert Hawk CFrances Grassbaugh, '30J-Son Ralph Heaton, '30-Daughter Merrill Hochesteller, '42 CLuella Darr, '46b-Son Melvin Huffman, '43-Son Rene Kaylor 4Violet Temple, '30J-Son Floyd Kirk, '42 CMary Shaffer, '46J-Son Merrill Loyd CKathryn Smith, '41J-Daughter Arthur Mowery CBetty Stumbaugh, '44J-Son Dale McClain, '41-Daughter Robert Mizer, '41-Daughter Herman Piar, '23--Daughter John Scottie 1Dorothy Summers, '47J-Son Guy Shaw, '43-Son Gerald Shira CDella Colopy, '47J-Son John Shorder KKate Smith, '34l-Son Frank St. Hilaire lMary Durbin, '36D-Daughter Herbert Snyder CDonis Wyatt, '43l-Son Ned Staats, '40 lMartha Greer, '40J-Daughter James Troyer, '40 CMary Sheasby, '42D-Daughter L. J. Wells fBethal Thompson, '40D-Son Gomer Wolfe CClara Weber, '40J-Daughter Byron Workman, '39-Son Clifford Bross CLucille Boeshart, '44J-Daughter Robert Staats CMartha Hawk, '37J-Son Page Sixty-nine THE CLARION. '48 ALUMNI CLASS 0F 1890 Emma Weimer-Temple-Danville, Ohio Carry Logsdon-Deceased CLASS OF 1893 Clement Logsdon-Deceased CLASS OF 1894 Lou Tressell-Teacher-Verna, Colorado CLASS OF 1895 Bertha Weimer-Deceased W. B. Robeson-Toledo, Ohio Lillie Walton-Swinehart-Columbus, Ohio CLASS OF 1896 Harmon Neer--Deceased Byron Black-Barber-337 Springfield Street, Mansfield, Ohio Myrtle Kirkpatrick- Parrish-Danville, Ohio Virgie White-Wander-Danville, Ohio Ruby Church-Shaw-Columbus. Ohio CLASS 0F 1897 Charles B. Workman-Salesman-Ravenna. Ohio Dela Black-Kerr-Deceased CLASS 0F 1898 Orlin Workman--Deceased Guernsey Workman-Danville, Ohio . Fred Bartlett-R. R. Conductor-Columbus, Ohio Cory 0. Beum-Columbus. Ohio Nettie Banbury-Shults--Danville, Ohio Vinnie Lybarger-Rice-Danville, Ohio Dale Bradiield-Deceased Ivy Swigart-Shults-Columbus, Ohio CLASS or iasq Ida Black-Riggs-Cleve1and,Oh1o Harvey Hammond-Deceased Ellsworth Hess-Toledo, Ohio Genie Van Horn-Laport-Barberton, Ohio Roy G. Hunter-Deceased Walter S. Miller-Columbus. Ohio Bernard Palmer-Deceased U R Willie Purcell-Carpenter-Miami, Florida Perry Workman-Deceased Robert Workman-210 Ira Ave., Akron, Ohio CLASS OF 1900 Quincy Black--Deceased Luella Ferenbaugh-Colgin-Deceased Edith Mackey-Workman-Buffalo, New York Bessie Nazor-Robeson-Deceased Maud Smith-Nixon-Mansfield, Ohio Arthur Snow-Deceased John Stewart-Deceased Fred Weirick-Dry Cleaner-4442 Stanton Ave.. Los Angeles, California H. E. Whitney-Farmer-Danville, Ohio CLASS OF- 1901 Maud Baker-Wander-37 E. Oakland Avenue, Columbus, Ohio Agnes Beum-Bonnett-Deceased Walter C. Burris-705 East High Street, Mt. Ver- non, Ohio Floy Mead-Teacher-714 Twenty Third Street, N.W. Canton, Ohio Howard S. Workman-Deceased CLASS OF 1902 Pearl Burris-Lybarger-Deceased Pearl Hess-Shults-Danville, Ohio , Beulah Shaffer-Gaines-11355 Hamtramack St., Mt. Vernon, Ohio Verna Shaw-Cochran-Walhonding, Ohio Lucy Shrimplin-Geitgey-Glen St., Mary, Florida R, Homer Slutz-Dayton, Ohio Philip L. Wilkins-Deceased CLASS OF 1903 Mary Durbin-Arnold-Deceased Belle Humbert-Horn-Howard, Ohio Lottie Newton-Loney-Howard, Ohio P. R. Snow-Postal Clerk-1502 Rosewood Ave., Lakewood, Ohio Page Seventy Chester Workman-Farmer-Danville, Ohio Clara Workman-Hunter-311 Woodbury Road Shaker Heights, Ohio Eva Workman-Michel-2917 Crescent Dr., Colum- bus, Ohio CLASS OF 1904 Pearl Black-Danville, Ohio Stella Blubaugh-Snow-Deceased Nelson Burris-Deceased Bernard J efferson-Deceased Bun Lybarger-Danville, Ohio Beulah McFarland-Biggs-Deceased Clifford Shaw-Deceased Sylvia Shaw-Reynolds-Centerburg, Ohio Dana Snow-Teacher-Danville, Ohio Mary Yearly-White-Deceased CLASS OF 1905 James Bartlett-Arizona John Biggs-Deceased James Biggs-Ft. William, Ontario, Canada Jay Cullison-Deceased Frankie Drouhard-Columbus, Ohio Grace Hess-Jennings-Deceased Elizabeth Jefferson-Tarr-Chicago, Illinois O. L. Kaylor-Real Estate-700 Sunnyside Ave- nue, Akron, Ohio Anna Neldon-Workman-Danville, Ohio Helen McFarland-Lund-Akron, Ohio CLASS 0F 1906 Edith Greer-Gilmore-Deceased Kent Shaffer-5226 Wilkins Avenue, Pittsburgh Pennsylvania Floy Spearman-Greer-Deceased OnaOhWander-Hess-Highland Court, Alliance io Harley M. Workman-Deceased CLASS OF 1907 Clarence Black-Teacher-Washington Univer- sity, Chesterton, Maryland Aubrey E. Hess-Deceased Archie Hunter-Marseilles, Illinois Donna Hunter-Danville, Ohio Lois Hunter-McMillan-Urbana, Ohio Elizabeth Neiderhouser-Danville, Ohio Mary Rice-Gardner-972 East Florida Avenue Kenmore, Ohio Donna Russel-Snow-1502 Rosewood Avenue Lakewood, Ohio C. giqisenft-535 Rodonda Road-Youngstown o Nellie Stull-Tucker-Bellefontaine, Ohio Harry Ventling-Deceased Grover D. Wander-Farmer-Ashland. Ohio Harley J. Workman-Danville, Ohio CLASS 0F 1908 Selora Arnold-Colopy-Danville, Ohio Herbert C. Baker-Farmer-Danville, Ohio Blanche Durbin-Raleigh-Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio Jessie McKee-Teacher-2990 East Overlook Rd. Cleveland Heights, Ohio Chester E. McMillan-Route 2, Danville, Ohio Carrie Parrish-Sperry-Route 2, Mt. Vernon, O Iva Workman-Hunter-Marseilles, Illinois CLASS 0F 1909 Ethel Arnold-Miller-Detroit, Michigan Elizabeth Daughtery-Watson--Wooster, Ohio Alice Durbin-Deceased Pauline Durbin-Swingle-Valley City, Ohio Ruth Jefferson-Runk-323 College Avenue. New- ark, Delaware Nona Greer-Newell-Memphis, Tennessee May Mickley-Colopy-Canal Fulton, Ohio John Rice-Truck Driver-Danville, Ohio Bertha Sapp-Gilmore-Cleveland, Ohio CLASS OF 1910 Letha Burris-Bordon-Columbus, Ohio Frank Greer-Dentist-Loudonville, Ohio Garrett Greer-Deceased Ona Hess-Hobbs-Kenmore, Ohio Elmer Wander-Cashier-Danville, Ohio CLASS OF 1911 Florence Beatty-New York, New York Ralph Church-New Mllford, Ohio John Durbin-Deceased John Faucett-Miller Rubber Co.-Akron, Ohio Nellie Geltgey-Workman-Danville, Ohio Sylvia Lepley-Simmons--Danville, Ohio Louise Payne-Leverlng-Mt. Vernon, Ohio Duageu Senft-Principal, High School-Danville, o Marie Welker-Carhart-Millwood, Ohio CLASS OF 1912 John Bartlett-Akron, Ohio Cleggett Baker Donovan Church-Los Angeles, California Chalmers Cullison-Defiance, Ohio Mabel Cullison-Purdy-Mt. Vernon, Ohio Hazel Dewitt-Wright-Fredericktown, Ohio Cora Edwards-Greenville. Ohio Bernadette Durbin-Teacher-Danville, Ohio Clyde Ferenbaugh-Brunswick, Ohio Evelyn Ferenbaugh-Ed?r-Danville, Ohio Grace Geltgey-Lucky- eceased Bessie Hagans-Borden-126 East California Street, Columbus, Ohio Frank Lepley-Howard, Ohio Mildred Maple-Mlllersburg, Ohio Vivian Ross-Shaw-Teacher, Danville, Ohio Ollie Russell-Baker-Deceased Jay Scholes-Danville, Ohio Homer Shaffer-Alexandria, Ohio Alpha Shook-Cleveland, Ohio Owen Shuman-Teacher-Lakewood. Ohio Antonette Smlthhlsler-Judge-Massillon, Ohio Marie Tressel-Hoagland-Deceased Elizabeth Rice-Loney-Danville, Ohio CLASS OF 1913 John Horn-Lumber Dealer-Hamilton, Ohio Earl Pritchard-Farmer-Danville. Ohio Faye Motz-Southwlck-Deceased Arthur McMlllan-Merchant-Danville. Ohio Alta Rice-Blend-Canton, Ohio Vesta Rice-Burroughs-Covington, Kentucky Philip Richert-Akron, Ohio Howard Sevltts-Bookkeeper-Columbus.Ohio Clarence Shaw-Deceased Grace Sherman-Deceased Augustine Smlthhlsler-Danville. Ohio Edna Stout-Koppert-Jelloway, Ohio CLASS OF 1914 Roy Arweller-Farmer-Danville. Ohio Donald Baugher-Teacher-Bellefontaine, Ohio Durbin-Supt. of Schools-New Riegel, o Justin Durbin-Farmer-Danville, Ohio Donna Emerick-Colopy-Danville, Ohio Marie Fawcett-I-Iumbert-Canton, Ohio James Lepley-Cincinnati, Ohio James Logsdon-Columbus. Ohio Ralph McMillan-Deceased Edward Mlckley-Farmer-Danville, Ohio Herschel Pinkley-Jelloway. Ohio John Proper--Farmer-Danville, Ohio Asa Rem ngton-Deceased Mark Sherman-Deceased Ada Spearman-Scholes-Danville, Ohio Marie Wolf-Simmons-Danville, Ohio Mary Workman-Hoagland--Danville. Ohio Dale Workman-Farmer-Fredericktown. Ohio CLASS 0F 1915 Ruth Arnholt-Howenstine-Loudonvllle, Ohio Eva Bailey-Mt. Vernon, Ohio Lucille Church-Columbus, Ohlo Charles De Witt-Akron. Ohio Aloysius Durbin-Mt. Vernon, Ohio Ina Gamertsfelder-Marrled-Missionary-Japan Hilda Gardner-Mickley-Danville, Ohio Zora Greer-Dailey-Danville, Ohlo FloyghtHauger-High School Teacher-Bryan. o Naomi Hunter-Horn-Wooster, Ohio Bernice Kaylor-Bittner-Danville, Ohio THE CLARION. '48 Calvin LaFever-Deceased Frank Leonard-Detroit, Michigan Ruby Maple-Millersburg, Ohio Byron Motz-Cleveland, Ohio Edwin Penorwood-Deceased Walter Sagp-Engineer-Bloomfield. Ohio Bernice S uman-Clark-Danville, Ohio Walter Smeethe-Undertaker-Millwood, Ohio Rheztgmith-Durbin-125 N. 7th St., Kenmore. o Darius Strouse-Newcomerstown, Ohio Verna Staats-McMillan-Columbus. Ohio Benjamin Wander-Columbus, Ohio Grace Welsh-Helfelflnger-Mt. Vernon, Ohio Dema Wheaton-Arthur-Columbus, Ohio Elizabeth Whitney-Gorsuch-Gambler, Ohlo CLASS OF 1916 Velma Arwiller-Paton-Akron. Ohio Emerson Barnes-Granville, Ohio Lowell Beatty-New York City, New York Beatrice Durbin-Belt--Columbus, Ohio Constance Durbin-Halsema-Columbus. Ohio Ina Gaumer-Horn-Mt. Vernon, Ohio Julia Geog-Cooper-Howard, Ohio Jennie Hibbets-Condon-Columbus, Ohio Hazel Hagans-Ollver-Columbus, Ohio Richard unter-Engineer-Memphis, Tennessee Edwin Kaylor-Columbus, Ohio Mary Keck-Scholes-Danville, Ohio Ethel Lower-Conroy-Deceased Richard Means-Sa esman-Kenmore. Ohio Sadie Miller-Thompson-Danville, Ohio Grace Neiderhouser-Busenburq-Danville, Ohio Elizabeth Reed-Tucker-Danvil e, Ohio Zelma Reed-Frasher-Deceased William Sapp-Gambier, Ohio Lola Sherman-Burns-Bloomington, Indiana Margilai Smithhisler-Stenographer-Cincinnati. o Clifford Strouse-Glenmont. Ohio Quincy Workman-Georgia CLASS OF 1917 Talrgtiige Banbury-Chiropractor-Mt. Vernon, o James Barns-Teacher-Canton, Ohio Hilary Blubaugh-Deceased Ray Bross-Farmer-Danville. Ohio Cleora Christopher-Fuller-Chicago. Illinois Alb4g'ltuCo1eman-East Ohio Gas Co.-Danville. o Stephen Colopy-Municipal JudgePAkron. Ohio Rosa Durbin-King-Mt. Vernon, Ohio Burdetta Gaines-Loney-Mt. Vernon, Ohio Carl Gardner-Farmer-Howard, Ohio Vlrgllia Gardner-Howard, Ohio Harold Jones-Lt. Col., U. S. Army Josephine Lepley-Teacher-Columbus. Ohio Ava Lifer-Gaines-Howard, Ohio Iva Petry-Howard. Ohio Walter Reynolds-Garage-Wooster. Ohio Royal Robeson-Dentist-Canton, Ohlo Pearl Ross-Teacher--Butler, Ohio Earl Sapp-Deceased Russel Sells-Coshocton, Ohio Willard Shultz-4484 Euclid Ave., Euclid, Ohio Lucy Stillinger-Deceased Mae Warrensford-Kiefer-Covina, California Gladys I Whitney-LeMay-Shrevesport. Pennsyl- van a Rosalie Wolf-Miami, Florida Homer Workman-Canton, Ohio Savilla Workman-Richert-Danville, Ohio CLASS OF 1918 Herbert Barnes-Mt. Vernon, Ohio Georie Blubaugh-Deceased Donad Church-Akron, Ohio Walter Devore-Mansfield. Ohio . Donatus Durbin-Ravenna, Ohio Edna Emerick-Hall-Orrville, Ohio Cletus Farmer-Cleveland, Ohio Harley Gaines-Farmer-Howard, Ohio Bessie Greer-Steiner-Greer, Ohio Ina Hagans-McGrigen-Cleve!and, Ohio Rosa Hailiger-Stringfellow-Mansfield, Ohio Charles enley-Columbus, Ohio Henry Henly-Lawyer-Barberton, Ohio Page Sevenly-one J , THE CLARION. '48 Roscoe Leonard-Detroit, Michigan I Gaillard Parrish--Produce Dealer-Danville. O. Leota Sapp-Simmons-Lima, Ohio Bernard Shaffer-Auto Dealer-Danville, Ohio Elizabeth Smeethe-Reese-Howard. Ohio Joseph Smithhisler-Farmer-Danville, Ohio Gailen Strouse-Deceased Mae Warnsford-Keifer-Akron, Ohio Helen Welker-Ross-Monticello, Indiana Virgil Whitney-Dentist-DeGrafi, Ohio Pearl Workman-Conkle-Deceased CLASS OF 1919 CIHPSIQCC Awwiller - Farmer - Fredericktown. io I Dwight Banbury-Postmaster-Danville, Ohio MariouDurbin-Sister Mary Justin-Detroit, 'chigan Hazel Farmer-Secretary-Akron, Ohio Ozro Kaylor--Milling Business-Danville, Ohio Bernadette Lower-Wakely-Texas Harold Motz-Teacher-Massillon, Ohio Ruth Nyhart-Hiner-Columbus, Ohio Martha Parsons-Russel-Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Verna Purdy-Wendell-San Diego, California Angella Smithhisler-Sister Frances-Dayton, O io Mary Stillinger-Akron, Ohio Albert Wheaton-Newark, Ohio CLASS OF 1920 Anna Colopy-Gardner-Akron, Ohio Helen A. Colopy-Deceased Maud Conkle-TeacherfAkron, Ohio Clyde Delong-Center Village, Ohio Gertrude Durbin-Gardner-Howard, Ohio Cletus Gardner--Brinkhaven, Ohio Chelnissa Greer-Rice-Greer, Ohio Nellie Lauderbaugh-Allen-Prudence, West Vir- ginia Alfred Logsdon-Danville. Ohio Esther Logsdon-Stimmel-Mt. Vernon, Ohio Nellie Magers-Deceased Susan Miller-Deceased Naomi Rice-Haskins-St. Louis, Missouri Annabelle Scholes-Banbury-Danville, Ohio Harley Simmons-Lima, Ohio Faye Slate-Body-Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio Forest Staats-Shultz-Danville, Ohio Rona1d'Wander-Civil Engineer-Erie, Pennsyl- vama Thomas Whitney-Millwood, Ohio Sarah Workman-Deardorf-Toledo, Ohio CLASS OF 1921 Bernard Alexander-Danville, Ohio Eva Baily-France-Canton, Ohio Gladys Baker-Shaw-Ashland, Ohio Harry Body-Dentist-Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio Elizabeth Blubaugh-Deceased Neva Cochran-Berger-Richmond, Virginia Harry Daily-227 Hedges St., Mansfield, Ohio Lucy Ferenbaugh-Payne-Wooster, Ohio Anna W. Gardner-Walters-Cleveland, Ohio Ross Hoovler-Mt. Vernon, Ohio Eva Kaylor-Purdy-Howard, Ohio Dwight Lifer-Turkey Farm-Danville, Ohio Maurice McMillan-Bangs, Ohio Ensil McNabb-Teacher-Mansfield, Ohio Ralph Mickley-Farmer-Danville, Ohio Ensil Mills-Danville, Ohio Plumo Mills-Steward--Deceased Martha Parrish-Jones-Coshocton, Ohio Irene Read-Doup-Amity, Ohio Edith Reed-Alexander-New Castle, Ohio Rodney Rice-Deceased Geneva Robeson-Parker-Danville, Ohio Clinton Shaw-Ashland, Ohio Herman Shultz-Farmer-Danville, Ohio Luke Smithhisler-Mechanic-Loudonville. Ohio Jennie Stillinger-Nurse-Canton, Ohio Marilla Welker-Mickley-Danville, Ohio Susan Whitney-Danville, Ohio Clio M. Woolridge-Scott--Howard, Ohio CLASS OF 1922 Ada M. Banbury-Deceased Ralph Carver-Salesman-Bucyrus, Ohio Mary L. Greer-Elliot-Danville, Ohio John Hammond-Howard, Ohio Page Seventy-two Florence Harding-Lifer-Danville. Ohio Ellis Hauger-Mt. Vernon, Ohio Floyd Hess-Mt. Vernon, Ohio Robert Humbert--Mt. Vernon, Ohio Charles Jones-Columbus, Ohio Clara Lepley-Amity, Ohio . Troynette Lower-McDonald-Akron, Ohio' Leona Neiderhouser-Shaffer-Danville, Ohio Coreta Rice-Daily-227 Hedges Street, Mansfield. Ohio Bernard Richert-Mansfield, Ohio Harold Richert-119 Harvard Ave., Mansfield, Ohio Kenneth Ross-Farm Bureau-Chillicothe, Ohio Frances Sapp-Durbin-Akron, Ohio Harold Shackle-Canton, Ohio Harvey Shumaker-Danville, Ohio Ferne Wander-Kendle-Columbus, Ohio Clifford Stillinger-Berea, Ohio Ferne Staats-Stitzline-Greer, Ohio Raymond Stull-Ashland, Ohio Thelma Young-Lauderbaugh-Danville, Ohio CLASS OF 1923 Robert Allen-Amity, Ohio Ramona Banbury-Reber-South Bend, Indiana Ruth Beck-Church-Danville, Ohio Lula Cochran-Pompano Beach, Florida Nellieh DeLong-Bebout-Teacher-Bladensburg, O io Ralph Doolittle-Deceased Walter Dunn-Mt. Vernon, Ohio Christopher Durbin-Brinkhaven, Ohio Eugene Durbin-Akron, Ohio Eustacius Durbin-Attorney-Columbus. Ohio Ignatus Durbin-Rockford, Illinois Bernalrfl Farmer-Draftsman-Fairport Harbor, O o Albert Fenderick-Teacher-Shelby, Ohio Mabel Greer-Rice--Ashland, Ohio Clara Hammond-Mickley-Louisville, Ohio Frank Hawkins-Mt. Vernon, Ohio Farland Humbert-Grocer-Howard, Ohio Lester Hyatt-Deceased Cora Lauderbaugh-Vanon, West Virginia Fenton Logsdon-Clerk-Danville, Ohio William Money-Brinkhaven, Ohio Dorothy Nyhart-Severns-Greer, Ohio Herman Piar-Farmer-Greer, Ohio Myron Purdy-Millwood, Ohio Triesa Rine-Engle-Teacher-Danville, Ohio Ernest Robeson-Sacramento, California Isabel Sap -Evans-Memphis, Tennessee Lawrence Sapp-Columbus, Ohio Louise Smithhisler-Danville, Ohio Walter Stephenson-Columbus, Ohio Grover Strouse-Teacher-Amity, Ohio Orva Tisserand-Akron, Ohio Joy Workman-Campbell-Wadsworth, Ohio Ronald Workman-Farmer-Danville, Ohio Paul Wright-Columbus, Ohio CLASS OF 1924 Mabel Bailey-Vogel-Akron, Ohio Dorma Barker-Howard, Ohio May Beck-Danville, Ohio Evelyn Church-Tracy-Danville, Ohio Dorothy Clawson-Haleen, Ohio Ruth Clawson-Aneweukale-Rayland, Ohio Coreta DarlinggSpurgeon-Walhonding, Ohio Ferne Fendric -Palmer-Millersburg, Ohio Francis Gardned-Akron, Ohio Donald Grassbaugh-Accountant-Detroit, Mich. Gilbert Harmer-Danville, Ohio Matthew Hawkins-Detroit, Michigan Justin Henley-Columbus, Ohio Frances Kaylor-Humbert-Howard, Ohio Ramona Koppert-Deceased Robert Logsdon-Akron, Ohio Ross Magers--Farmer-Howard. Ohio Raymond Mickley-Louisville, Ohio Coralie Neiderhouser-Mitchart--Glenmont, Ohio Ross Nyhart-Deceased Lucille Reed-Doup-Amity, Ohio Ephrim Rice-Mansfield, Ohio Floyd Rice-Banker-Ashland, Ohio James Rice-Westinghouse-Mansfield, Ohio Jack Robeson-High School Teacher-Mt. Ver- non, Ohio Elizabeth Sapp-Nurse-Chicago, Illinois Mlnard Scott-Minister-Palmyra, Ohio Glenna Shultz-Brennlngg-Mt. Vernon. Ohio Carl Smith-Russelton, ennsylvania Robert Stringfellow-Mt. Vernon. Ohio Ina Stull-Kunkle--Cincinnati, Ohio Harry Welker-Columbus, Ohio Elsie Westrich-Columbus. Ohio Stanley Workman-Ashland, Ohio Lloyd Young-Mansfield, Ohio Thelma Young-Deceased CLASS OF 1925 Clifford Allen-Mt. Vernon, Ohio Carl Arnold-Clerical Work-Akron, Ohio Burl Awwiller-Putane Gas Co.-Weslaco. Texas Cecil Beck-Greer, Ohio Martha Blubaugh-Columbus, Ohio Stella Bod -Sapp-Columbus, Ohio Elizabeth gampbell-Lane-Williams, Arizona Loren Cummings-Deceased Pius Durbin-Danville. Ohio Edward Fulmer-Mt. Vernon, Ohio Mary Gaines McGibney--Columbus, Ohio Mary Gardner-Durbin-Danville, Ohio . Teresa Grassbaugh-Noser-Johnsville, Ohm Arden Greer-Personnel Director-Palnesvllle, Ohio Carl Hammond-Supt. of School-Howard, Ohio Veronica Harlett-Stenographer-Mt. Vernon, O. Cecil Hendershott-Lancaster, Ohlo Gladys Hendershott-Mt. Vernon, Ohio Theresa Hoberg-Stringfellow-Deceased A Gordon Humbert-Princilpal-Shiloh. Ohio Orpha Kaiyglor-Miley-Bel ville, Ohio Elvaohlfir -Bartrum-138 Prospect St., Berea, o Laura Lauderbaugh-Newark, Ohio Dean Plfves-Lou onville, Ohio Doris Rce-Danville. Ohio John W. Rice-Greer. Ohio Doroth Sagp-Blubaugh-Danville, Ohio Edna Ssapp- ice-Greer, Ohio Howard Scholes-Truck Driver-Columbus. Ohio Kenneth Thatcher-Garageman-Warsaw. Ohio Winnie Wheaton-Wlnterr nger-Danville. Ohio Bertha Wheaton-Lawrence-Mt. Vernon. Ohio Mary Sevltts-Hartman-Danville, Ohio Helen White-Franks-Hartville, Ohio Ferne Workman-Danville. Ohio Glenn Workman-Mt. Vernon, Ohio Lamotta Young-Deceased CLASS OF 1926 Marie Arnold-Groetz-Akron, Ohio Barnetta Banbury-Finley-North Manchester, Indiana Monica Blubaugh-Smith-Cleveland, Ohio Ralph Blubaugh-Danville, Ohio Ralizh Cornell-Centerburg. Ohio Wil ard Daily-Newark. Ohio Inez Durbin-High School Teacher-Danville. Ohio Ralph Durbin-Akron, Ohio George Hammond-Columbus. Ohio l Laverne Kirk-Milling Business-Mlllwood. Ohio Hervle Riley-Merchant--Danville, Ohio Donna Robeson-Lederer-Cleveland, Ohio Colletta Shultz-Durbin-Danville. Ohio Michael Smithhisler-High School Teacher-Um ion. Ohio . Ruth Stone-Teacher-Onrono, Maine Dale Stull-Columbus. Ohio Helen Stull-Miller-Mt. Vernon, Ohio Opal Wise-Givens-Mt. Vernon, Ohio Doris Workman-Metcalfe-Mt. Vernon, Ohio Omar Workman-Ashland, Ohio CLASS OF 1927 Cretora Battin-White-Howard, Ohio John Body-Bangs, Ohio Edna Cochran-Smith-Newark, Ohio Wilford Colopy-Farmer-Danville. Ohio Clara Durbin-Jungst-Columbus, Ohio Richard Durbin- anville. Ohio Severin Durbin-Bethesda, Maryland Zelma Durbin-Fry-Mt. Vernon, Ohio LaVon Fowler Clifford Gardner-Columbus, Ohio THE CLARIONQ '48 Regina Grassbaugh-Deceased Bernice Harding-Armstrong-Danville, Ohio Margaret Harlett-Danville, Ohio Leota Hendershott-Casey-Oil City, Pennsylvania Claude Henllei'-Columbus, Ohio Opal Kaiser- ardesty-Anderson, South Carolina Luke Mills-Danville, Ohio Clarence Mlzer-Dairy Bar-Danville, Ohio Dorothy Purdiyf-Lynn-1905 E. lst. St.. Long Beach, Cal ornla Cletus Sapp-Columbus, Ohio Paul Sheperd-Deceased Wmifred Sheperd-Hammond-Howard, Ohio Raymond Smith-Stock Dealer-Danville, Ohio Allen WhitwFarmer-Danville, Ohio Bernard Workman-Teacher-I-Iomervllle, Ohio Donald Workman-Architect-Detroit, Michigan Glen Workman-North Canton, Ohio Vida Workman-Robeson-Teacher-Danville, O. CLASS OF 1928 Paul Arnold-Deceased Harold Bailey-Mt. Vernon, Ohio Johx6hl3aker-Sand Plant Employee-Millwood, o Clifford Banbury-Truck Driver-Danville, Ohio Werden Banbury--Loudonvllle, Ohio Florence Blubaugh-Flnan-Danville, Ohio Kathryn Black- ebler-Buffalo, New York Louis Blubauflh-Danville, Ohio Ruth Blubaug -Plechowskl-Canton, Ohio Ralph Body-Farmer-Danville, Ohio Otto Fesler-Danville, Ohio Ronald Gaines-Fur Dealer-Mt. Vernon, Ohio Ethel Giflln-Butler-Mt. Vernon, Ohio Bernice Hawk-Bice-Mansfield, Ohio Edith Harmer-Mt. Vernon, Ohio Donald Hess-Mt. Vernon, Ohio Lorna Hyatt-Knox-Mt. Vernon. Ohio Meryl Kaylor-Loudonville, Ohio Dale Lanning-Norwalk. Ohio Helen McElroy-Miller-Deceased Bernard McMillan-Danville, Ohio Eva Mlzer-Body-Danville, Ohio Pauline Mowery-Ross-Mt. Vernon. Ohio Ralph Mowery-Danville, Ohio Louise Parsons-Vernon-Gambier. Ohio Agatha Sapp-Secretary-Cleveland, Ohio Paul Simmons-Clerk-Ashland, Ohio Maurine Shultz-Fesler-Danville, Ohio Edward Styers-Farmer-Gambler, Ohio Ruby Welsh-Danville, Ohio Edward White-Farmer-Howard, Ohio Lucille Wimmer-Whitney-Mlllwood, Ohio Florence Workman-Teacher-Beach City, Ohio Kenneth Workman-Farmer-Danville, Ohio CLASS OF 1929 Burdetta Body-Woods-Danville, Ohio Emnglrftta Colopy-Kiren-Post Ollice-Danville, o Hugh Cology-Akron, Ohio Virgil Crot ers-Cleveland, Ohio Henry Durbin-Cincinnati, Ohio Lucy Durbin-Workman-Mt. Vernon, Ohio Paul Edgar--Danville, Ohio Robert Elias-Illinois James Fesler-Consulting Engineer at B. 8: W.. B rb t Ohl a er on, o Jerome Fesler-Danville, Ohio Thorglaj ,Gardner-Standard Oil Dist.-Danville. o Burl Green-Manstleld, Ohio Blaine Greer-Farmer-Greer. Ohio Wilford Heaton-Cleveland, Ohio Virginia Henly-Senft-Co1umbus,Ohio Vlo et Logsdon-Payne--Danville, Ohio Dorothy Neiderhouser-Odell-Mt. Vernon. Ohio Marlon Ranck-Fry-Danville, Ohio Judson Rice-Farmer-Danville, Ohio Clarissa Sapg-Starr--Wooster, Ohio Helen Sagp- urgner-Akron, Ohio George S ultz-Loudonville, Ohio Helen Stitzlein-Workman-Detroit, Michigan Olive Stull-Baker-Danville, Ohio Leone Switzer-Murdock-Jelloway, Ohio Hazel Thatcher-Beck-Greer, Ohio Naomi Winterringer-Thatcher-Warsaw. Ohlo Betty Workman-Edgar-Danville, Ohio Page Seventy-three THE CLARION, '48 Edwin Workman-Farmer-Danville, Ohio Ira Workman-Farmer-Danville, Ohio CLASS OF 1930 Nanna Baker-Strouse-Millwood, Ohio Albert Banbury-Lumber Dealer-Danville, Ohio Harland Beck-Farmer-Danville, Ohio Marjorie Black-Stern-Cleveland, Ohio Augustine Blubaugh-Farmer-Danville, Ohio Harold Blubaugh-Cleveland, Ohio Anna Durbin-Monroe, Michigan Edward Durbin-Gaithersburg, Maryland Leonard Durbin-Columbus, Ohio Paul Durbin-Mill Employee-Danville, Ohio Cletus Gardner-Accountant-Akron, Ohio Gertrude Gardner-Colopy-Danville, Ohio Gertrude Giffm-Sharg-Loudonville. Ohio Frances Grassbaugh- awk-Danville, Ohio Martha Grassbaugh--Secretary--Columbus, Ohio Bonnie Green-Greer-Danville, Ohio Dwight Greer-Teacher-Greer, Ohio Ralph Heaton-Greer, Ohio Pauline Hendershott-Gray-Danville, Ohio Willard Holt-Implement Dealer-Danville, Ohio Thelma Lower-Durbin-Danville, Ohio Eva McMillan-Yearous-Danville, Ohio Sadie Miller-Nurse-Newark, New Jersey Jake Murdock-Danville, Ohio Ronald Richert-Mt. Vernon, Ohio Clair Rice--Implement Dealer-Mt. Vernon, Ohio Agnieihfiine-Thuma -- Stenographer - Zanesville, o Lunda Robeson-Danville, Ohio Darrel Shaifer-Postmaster-Loudonville, Ohio Grace Shultz-Lentz-Galion, Ohio Mary Stull-Welker-Ashland. Ohio George Styers-Newark, Ohio Fern Temple-Dunn-Greer, Ohio Sarah Tisserand-Snively-Danville, Ohio Violet Temile-Kaylor-Danville, Ohio Dwight Wel er-U. S. Army Velma Wimmer-Teacher-Ashland, Ohio Garnet Wise-Danville, Ohio Donna Workman-Glasgo-Danville. Ohio Doris Workman-Banbury-Danville, Ohio Blyron Yearous-Farmer--Danville, Ohio E sworth Zimmerman-Brinkhaven, Ohio CLASS 0F 1931 Virginia Banbury-Snively-Jelloway, Ohio Otto Blubaugh-Farmer-Danville, Ohio Owen Blubaugh-Deceased Howard Bower-Danville, Ohio Edith Colopy-Stull-Columbus, Ohio Madeline Cullison-Gilmore-Millwood, Ohio Kenneth Daily-Greensville. South Carolina Charles Drake-Danville, Ohio Agnes Durbin-Harlett-Danville, Ohio Arthur Durbin-Danville, Ohio Carl Durbin-Gaithersburg, Maryland Kenneth Durbin-Danville, Ohio Howard Edgar-Mansfield, Ohio Mary Fesler-Banbury-Danville, Ohio Naomi Fesler-Beach-Mt. Vernon, Ohio Mildred Greer-Greer, Ohio Susan Heaton-Greer-Greer, Ohio Zuma Hochstetler-Cline-Danville. Ohio Florence Holbrook-Fuffner-Danville, Ohio Robert Kaylor-Akron, Ohio Violet May Kaylor-Baugher-Danville, Ohio Eleanor Lyons-Rice-Mansfield, Ohio Sterl McC1urg-Machinist-Warren, Ohio Frances Miller--Stenographer-Akron, Ohio Earl Porter-Washington, D.C. Dorothy Piar-Richert-Mt. Vernon, Ohio Herman Preston-West Virginia Naomi Ross-Shieves-New York, New York George Sapp-U. S. Army Lucile Sapp-Akron, Ohio John Shults-Mt. Vernon, Ohio Edna Smith-Spearman-Danville, Ohio Margaret Smith-Chadil-Danville, Ohio Donald Snively-Danville, Ohio Lotus Snow-Teacher-University of Chicago Robert Spearman-Danville, Ohio Alice Tisserand-Patterson-Coshocton, Ohio Robert Walters-Teacher-Coshocton. Ohio Iva Winterringer-Smith-Tiverton, Ohio Gerald Workman-Danville, Ohio Eloise Mowery-Murdock-Mt. Vernon, Ohio Page Sevefzty-fozzr CLASS OF 1932 Howard Banbury-Danville. Ohio Martha Beck--Columbus, Ohio Edward Blubaugh-Farmer-Danville, Ohio Anastasius Blubaugh-Mt. Vernon, Ohio Le Verne Blubaugh--Danville, Ohio Clara Boeshart-Brown-Mt. Vernon, Ohio Dorothy Body-Yarman-Amity, Ohio Florence Boeshart-Brown-Mt. Vernon, Ohio Elsa Cochran-Dennis-Canton, Ohio Germanus Colopy-Electrician-Zanesville. Ohio Eugene Durbin-Centerburg, Ohio Neva Durbin-Cleveland, Ohio Harris Farmer-Los Angeles, California Louis Gardner-Farmer-Howard, Ohio Evelyn Gardner-Singer-Warsaw, Ohio Marguerite Gardner-Durbin-Akron, Ohio Florence Green-Shaffer-Alexandria, Ohio Virginia Hardman-Oswalt-Jelloway, Ohio Glenn I-liner-Loudonville, Ohio Laysel Hochstetler-Instructor-Arkansas Agr. College Samuel Holt-Danville, Ohio Loraine Horn-Farmer-Danville, Ohio Opal Kaylor-Mizer-Danville, Ohio Lenore Miller-Riley-Danville, Ohio John Neiderhouser-Danville, Ohio Ralph Rice-Mt. Vernon, Ohio Marthella Shaw-Shaw-Los Angeles, California Frances Smith-Hauger-Danville, Ohio Eilegriu Stout-High School Teacher-Mansfield, o George iWatson-Engineer-Pittsburgh, Pennsyl- van a Glenn Wharton-U. S. Army Marjorie White-Lepley-Mt. Vernon, Ohio Harry Workman-Farmer-Danville, Ohio CLASS OF 1933 Ethel Arnold-Bookkeeper-Mt. Vernon, Ohio Myra Arnold-Fowler-Coshocton, Ohio Donald Awwiller-Garage-Danville, Ohio Charles Boeshart-Mt. Vernon, Ohio Laura Bower-Thorn-Butler, Ohio Rosamond Buris-Nurse-California Carl Derr--Jelloway, Ohio Ruth Dunn-Sleeman-Fredericktown, Ohio John Durbin-Akron, Ohio Mary Durbin-Blubaugh-Danville, Ohio Teresa Durbin-Byrd-Loudonville, Ohio Carl Fesler-Danville, Ohio Pauline Fulmer-Canton, Ohio Irvir6hGrassbaugh-Poultry Dealer-Danville, io Duane Greer-Loudonville, Ohio Mary Hawk-Waremen-Columbus, Ohio Kathleen Hendershott-Mt. Vernon, Ohio Edwin Lyons-Loudonville, Ohio Edna Mapes-Stenographer-Mt. Vernon, Ohio Olive Miller-Grassbaugh-Howard. Ohio Claude Mizer-Farmer-Danville, Ohio Russel Nyhart-Farmer-Danville, Ohio Lee Pore-Mansfield, Ohio Marcella Robeson-O,S.U.-Columbus, Ohio Florence Sapp-Stenographer-Columbus, Ohio Neva Sapp-Deceased Carl Smith-Tree Surgeon-Warren, Ohio Irene Welker-Gambier, Ohio Evelyn White-Kiracofe-Sidney, Ohio Eldon Workman-Farmer-Danville, Ohio CLASS OF 1934 Clare Arnold-Smith-Akron, Ohio Joseph Baker-Farmer-Danville, Ohio Linda Campbell-Carpenter-Danville, Ohio Bernard Colopy-Danville, Ohio Joseph Cross-Mortician-Miamisburg, Ohio Letha Crouthers-Bauers-Glenmont, Ohio Audrey Drake-Deceased Mary Frank-Teacher-Loudonville, Ohio Leora Gessling-Zody-Perrysville, Ohio Clyde Green-Mansfield, Ohio Oral Hall--Loudonville, Ohio Dale Hammond-Grocer-Danville, Ohio Lucille Heaton-Hess-Cloverdale, Michigan Lawrence Loney-Howard, Ohio Mae Lyons-Durbin-Danville, Ohio Louise Miller-Shults-Danville, Ohio Virginia Miller-Smith-Mt. Vernon, Ohio Bethel Mowery-Honolulu, Hawaii Guy Mowery-Mt. Vernon, Ohio Ralph Parsons--Deceased Virgil Pryor-Flexie-Loudonville, Ohio Charles Rice-Mt. Vernon, Ohio Carl Shultz-Deceased Richard Shultz-Cincinnati, Ohio 1 Catherine Smith-Shorder--Akron. .Ohio Benjamin Stroble-Cleveland, Ohio . Miriam Truex-Sheperd-Danville, Ohio Hazel Strouse-Shewman-Danville, Ohio Keith Welker-Deceased Ardella Wimmer-Stump--Seville, Ohio Margaret Wise-Dial-Danville. Ohio Harker Workman-Danville, Ohio Herman Workman-Beach City. Ohio Rosalie Workman-Lifer-Jelloway, Ohio CLASS OF 1935 Kathleen Awwiller-Waters-Blissheld, Ohio Rowent Awwiller-Workman-Danville, Ohio Geraldine Banbury-Sellers-Loudonville, Ohio Alfred Blubaugh-Brinkhaven, Ohio Catherine Blubauah-Delaware. Ohio Eloise Blubaugh- rassbaugh-Danville, Ohio Carl Boeshart-Danville. Ohio . Bette Bradfleld-Porter-Danville. Ohio Edna Butler-Mt. Vernon. Ohio l Ruth Colopy-Blubaugh-Danville, Ohio Frank Cross-Mansfield, Ohio Bernice Dial-McMahon-Danville, Ohio Kenneth Dunn-Minister-Indiana Wendell Edgar-New York. New York Gertrude Fesler-Danville, Ohio David Frank-Loudonville. Ohio Maxine Humphrey-Broadhurst--Akron, Ohio Everett Kanuckel-Danville. Ohio Genevieve Kaylor-Mavis-Howard. Ohio Gladys Lightner Mildred Loney-Bell-Akron, Ohio Kenneth Lybarger-Deceased John Mick ey-Mt. Vernon. Ohio Banbury Mil er-Deceased Eileen Murphy-Mizer-Danville, Ohio Lucille Rice-Mondron-Mt. Vernon. Ohio Leo Smith-Akron. Ohio Blaine Stumbaugh-Greer, Ohio Ruth Stumbaugh-Pollard-Loudonville, Ohio Rita Weber-Shaw-Danville, Ohio Ruby Winterringer-Leedy-Danville, Ohio Eula Mae Workman-Grant-Shreve, Ohio CLASS OF 1936 Lawrence Adams-Mt. Vernon. Ohio Dean Arweller-Danville, Ohio Virginia Arnholt-Clutter-Howard, Ohio Clyde Baker-Mt. Vernon, Ohio Mabel Banbury-Mizer-Danville, Ohio Wayne Banbury-Deceased Evelyn Blubaugh-Shultz-Danville, Ohio Jose h Blubaugh--Deceased Glacgrs Campbell-Stumbaugh-Greer, Ohio Mildred Cology-Tulloss-New York Royal Critch eld-Mt. Vernon, Ohio Leeola DouB-Cleveland, Ohio Lois Dunn- aniels-Jelloway, Ohio George Durbin-Mt. Vernon. Ohio Mary Durbin-St. Hilaire-Oregon Theodore Frank-Danville, Ohio Eugene Fulmer-Mt. Vernon, Ohio John Gardner-Mt. Vernon, Ohio Lena Grassbaugh-Esposito-New York, New York Raymond Green-Mansfield. Ohio Evan 1-Iochstetler-Mt. Vernon, Ohio Charlotte Humphry-Brumbaugh - Brinkhaven. Ohio James Jones-Brinkhaven, Ohio Harold Kanuckel-Danville, Ohio Bill Levering-Mt. Vernon. Ohio Daniel Lifh-tner-Clerk-Mansfield, Ohio Harley Mzer-Farmer-Danville, Ohio Annabelle Motz-Reuhling-Danville. Ohio James Murphy-Kittaning, Pennsylvania Dorothy Osgood-Alexander-Mansfield, Ohio Lenore Rice-Teacher-Union, Ohio Franklin Richert-Mt. Vernon, Ohio Pearl Ridenbaugh-Conkle-Mt. Vernon, Ohio Robert Robinson-U.S. Army William Sheasby-Mt. Vernon. Ohio THE CLARION. '48 William Shultz-Greer, Ohio John Smith-Deceased Ruth Snow-Holdren-Teacher-Danville, Ohio Joseph Strausbaugh-Farmer-Glenmont, Ohio Elizabeth Strouse-Overnyer-Brinkhaven, Ohio Maxine Styers-Clyde-Mt. Vernon, Ohio Ralph Truex-Filling Station-Danville, Ohio Blanche Tucker-Danville, Ohio Ruth Wander-Anderson--Killbuck. Ohio Juanita Workman-Critchfleld-Mt. Vernon. Ohio Robert Workman-Farmer-Danville, Ohio CLASS 0F 1937 Thomas Bebout-Walhondlng, Ohio Ruth Bilyeu-Huston-Howard, Ohio Raymond Boeshart--Danville. Ohio John Coggins--Columbus, Ohio Joe Colopy-Deceased Aleta Doup-Kirkpatrick-Mt. Liberty. Ohio Paul Durbin-Deceased Maxine Florence-Gibbs-Seattle, Washington Martha Hawk-Staats-Danville, Ohio Anna Holbrook-Bailey-Howard, Ohio Twyla Horn-Roberts-Danville, Ohio Ronald Kaylor-Teacher-Greer. Ohio Ruth Kerr-Blubaugh-Cleveland, Ohio Myra Lower-Wilson-Danville, Ohio Sarah Mapes-Danville, Ohio Jack McClary-Columbus, Ohio Mildred Nyhart-Workman-Danville. Ohio EilegiiliMitche1l-Sister Joan of Arc-Newark. o Nina Parsons-Pembrook-Mt. Vernon, Ohio Mary Rice-Simmons-Columbus, Ohio , Ralph Sapp-Danville, Ohio Clarence Shultz-Farmer-Danville, Ohio Bill Simmons-Columbus, Ohio Rita Shuman-Robinson-Mt. Vernon, Ohio Frank Statler-Loudonville, Ohio Bette Swigert-Clerk-Cleveland, Ohio Kathleen Summers-Kacyzinski-Chicago, Illinois Henry Weber-Mt. Vernon, Ohio Wava Workman-Hammond-Danville, Ohio Darwin Young-Mansfield, Ohio Leota Workman-Pribble-Loudonville, Ohio CLASS OF 1938 Julia Adrian-Cleveland, Ohio Madonna Banbury-Mumper-Mt. Vernon, Ohio Paul Banbury-Danville, Ohio Frederick Body-Teacher-Amity. Ohio William Boeshart-Garner. Iowa Oran Chapman-Brinkhaven. Ohio Donald Colopy-Mt. Vernon, Ohio Dorothy Colopy-Danville, Ohio John Colopy-Danville, Ohio Bernard Die-Danville, Ohio Rita Durbin-Mt, Vernon, Ohio Ronald Farquhar-Loudonville. Ohio Lucille Fesler-Young-Mansfield, Ohio Raymond Frank-Danville. Ohio Ruth Frasher-Altwise-Danville, Ohio Maurice Gessllng-Mansfield, Ohio Elaine Hill-Buzzard-Mansfield, Ohio Charles Huffman-Deceased Quentin Lannin?Brinkhaven, Ohio Quimby Leach- rinkhaven, Ohio Nedra McMillan-Mansfield. Ohio Roger Miller-Perrysville, Ohio Edward Mickley-Danville, Ohio Virginia Miller-Mt. Vernon. Ohio Ralph Mizer-Danville, Ohio Robert Moreland-Danville. Ohio Myron Murphy-Toledo, Ohio Delbert Oller-Columbus. Ohio Blaine Pembrook-Mt. Vernon, Ohio Doris Pryor-Hagans-Danville, Ohio Robert Robinson-Deceased Charles Rice-Mansfield, Ohio Clayton Scholes-Cleveland, Ohio WSIS Shaw-M.D.-Cleveland, Ohio artha Shaw-Bebout-Mt. Vernon, Ohio Raymond Shultz-Greer, Ohio Arthur Smith-Akron, Ohio Theodore Smith-Danville, Ohio Wendell Spearman-Danville, Ohio Lucille Strang-Payne-Washington, D.C. Betty Thompson-Gallion-Danville. Ohio Martin Thorp-Danville, Ohio George Weber-Mt. Vernon, Ohio Page Seventy-fue THE CLARION. '48 Glenn Weber-Canton, Ohio Annabelle Workman-Danville, Ohio Eleaaignr WorkmangRansburg-Indianapolis, ana . ' CLASS OF, 1939 Mary Adams-Awwiller-Danville, Ohio James Adrian-Deceased Martha Arnholt-Wachtel-Nashville, Ohio William Bennett-Howard, Ohio Betty Bilyeu-Truex-Danville, Ohio Basil Blubaugh-Columbus, Ohio In- Doroth Blubau h-Hi ins Mt. Vernon, Ohio Y E EE - John Blubaugh-Circleville, Ohio Marion Blubaugh-Harris-Jelloway, Ohio Cletus Boeshart-M.D.-Cleveland, Ohio Helen Breckler-Weber-Canton, Ohio Doris Butts-Christopher-Marietta, Ohio Luella Clark-Bertch-Brinkhaven, Ohio Anna Coleman-Hively-Mt. Vernon, Ohio Francis DeMyor-Student, U. of California- Oakland, California Marjorie Dennis-Nyhart-Danville, Ohio Robert Frank-Loudonville, Ohio Clarence Gaumer-Mt. Vernon, Ohio James Hagans-Danville, Ohio Glenn Hawkins-Mt. Vernon, Ohio Evelyn Hoagland-Stackler-Danville, Ohio Alva Hoover-Danville, Ohio Eddie Jones-Brinkhaven, Ohio Mildred Kaylor-Hunter-Brandon, Ohio Virginia McDougal-Hoover-Danville, Ohio Joseph Mickley-Danville Bank-Danville, Florence Miller-Gault-Detroit, Michigan James Miller-Columbus, Ohio Robert Motz--Danville, Ohio Marjorie Neiderhouser-Gueulette-Danville, Josephine Rice-Wolfe-Mt. Vernon, Ohio Barbara Rice-Wolfe-Mt. Vernon, Ohio Eileen Richert-Mosher-Danville, Ohio Eva Robinson-Green-Mansfield, Ohio Wanda Rush-Rahn-Newcastle, Ohio Molly Senft-Gooding-Danville, Ohio Laken Staats-Howard, Ohio Dorothy Stumbaugh-Gardner-Mt. Vernon, Donald Thorp-Danville, Ohio Velma Turney-Greer, Ohio Joseph Waters-U. S. Army Bernard Weber-Railroad-Canton, Ohio Ina Jo? Wheeler-Norton-Wheeling, West gin a Ohio Ohio Ohio Vir- Byron Workman-Flexible-Loudonville, Ohio Pauline Workman-Conrad-Loudonville, Ohio CLASS OF 1940 Robert Alexander-Mt. Vernon, Ohio Lillian Baugher-Carskadau-Cincinnati, Ohio Maxine Blubaugh-Akron, Ohio Otto Blubaugh-Akron, Ohio Pauline, Blubaugh-Gardner-Howard, Ohio Doroth Brooks-Amsterdam, Ohio Doris Brooks-Amsterdam, Ohio Betty Charlton-Jacobs-Mt. Vernon, Ohio Mary Clark-Elliott-Brinkhaven, Ohio Arnold Colopy-Danville, Ohio Mary Davis-Bechtel-Ankenytown, Ohio Edna Didinger-Sheldon-Danville, Ohio Marian Gessling-Edgar-Mansfield, Ohio Martha Greer-Staats-Danville, Ohio Bill Hagans-Danville, Ohio Mary Alice Hammond-Attles-Columbus, Ohio Earnest Kidwell-Danville, Ohio Rose Marie Lower-Bennett-Akron, Ohio Dale McClain-Missionary-China Joseph McMillan-Loudonville, Ohio Helen Mickley-Thorp-Danville, Ohio Billy Miller-Loudonville, Ohio Harold Miller-Loudonville, Ohio Wesley Miller-Danville, Ohio Maxine Mitchell-Irvine-Mt, Vernon, Ohio William Senft-Pawtucket, Rhode Island Kenneth Shaw-Farmer-Danville, Ohio Charles Shultz-Mt. Vernon, Ohio Bessie Strang-Heimberger-Loudonville, Ohio Ned Staats-Danville, Ohio James Strang-Loudonville, Ohio Walter Temple--Greer, Ohio Bethel Thompson-Wells-St. Petersburg, Florida James Troyer-Buckeye Lake, Ohio Jean Wander-Collins--Oklahoma Page Sevefzty-hx Clara Weber-Wolf-Mt. Vernon, Ohio Bonnie White-Lynch-New York Faith Whitney-Reader-Mt. Vernon. Ohio CLASS OF 1941 Dorothy Banbury-Sellers-Jelloway, Ohio Joseph Blubaugh-Danville, Ohio Edward Boeshart-Mt, Vernon, Ohio Ruth Buxton-Derrinberger-Loudonville, Ohio Robert Chalfant-Mt. Vernon, Ohio William Chalfant-Mt. Vernon, Ohio Russel Cly-California Irene Davis-Fredericktown, Ohio Barbara Durbin-Place-AWapakoneta, Ohio Clyde Heaton-Navy Yard-Philadelphia, Penn- sylvania Karlene Hill-Doup-Fredericktown, Ohio Bessie J urgens-Mansfield, ,Ohio Helen Kanuckle-Spurgeon-Danville, Ohio William Martin-Brinkhaven, Ohio Anna McClain-Mowery-Danville, Ohio Ralph McMillen-Danville, Ohio Mary Louise Mickley-Boeshart-Mt. Vernon, 0. Douglas Miller-College, Ft. Wayne, Ind. Jane Mills-Sinclair-Youngstown, Ohio Robert Mizer-Danville, Ohio Ruth Rice-Hull-Howard, Ohio Tyrus Rice-Danville, Ohio Betty Robinson-Mansfield, Ohio Alice Schaub Carter-Greer, Ohio Martha Scholes-McMillen-Danville, Ohio Jean Senft-Teacher--Malta. Ohio Kathryn Smith-Lloyd-Danville, Ohio Kenneth Spurgeon-Deceased Delmar Stumbaugh-Mt. Vernon, Ohio Eva Temple-Clements-Mansfield, Ohio James Thompson-Mt. Vernon, Ohio Paul Thompson-Mt. Vernon, Ohio Joseph Williams-Mansfield, Ohio CLASS OF 1942 George Adrian-Mt. Vernon, Ohio Jim Alexander-Mt. Vernon, Ohio Don Arnholt-Danville, Ohio Bethel Baker-McFarland-Killbuck, Ohio Harriet Banbury-Webster-Columbus, Ohio Ralih Banbury-U.S. Navy Dic Banbury-Danville, Ohio Rilla Banbury-Swain-Mt. Vernon, Ohio Bill Baugher-Colorado Dan Beeman-Deceased Margie Butler-Mackey-Greer, Ohio Louise Breckler-Mt. Vernon, Ohio Eileen Breckler-Danville, Ohio Don Butts-Danville, Ohio Florence Colopy-Heldenbrand-Mansfield, Ohio Walter Cly-Danville, Ohio Evelyn Conkle-Branyon-Cleveland, Ohio Clergelnt Durbin-St. Charles College-Columbus, io Jim Elliott-Danville, Ohio Clarence Frasher-Huron, Ohio Marcella Greer-Bross-Danville, Ohio Evelyn Banbury-Hughett-Mt. Vernon, Ohio Floyd Kirk-Millwood, Ohio Earl Laughrey-Danville, Ohio Lois Martin-Barker-Mt. Vernon, Ohio Dan Meager-Wadsworth, Ohio Charles Miller-Danville, Ohio Evelyn Miller-Guedras-Akron, Ohio Betty Moreland-Breckler--Danville, Ohio Jack Nethers-Mt. Vernon, Ohio Marcella Norris-Thompson-Mt. Vernon, Ohio Louise Smith-Diehl-Wooster, Ohio Teresa Thatcher-Mt. Vernon, Ohio Jack Thatcher-Brinkhaven, Ohio Harold Ventling-Columbus, Ohio Paul Weber-Tucson, Arizona Ruth Workman-Lingenfelter--Loudonville, Ohio Merrill Hochstler-Danville, Ohio CLASS OF 1943 V Mai-gene Awwiller-Mt. Vernon, Ohio Dwight Banbury-Danville, Ohio James Blubaugh-Danville, Ohio Leonard Blubaugh-Danville, Ohio James Bross-Electrician-Danville, Ohio Mildred Cline-Hyatt-Stillwell, Ohio Hazel Cly-Danville, Ohio Carl Colopy-Danville, Ohio Myron Farquhar-Greer. Ohio Clyde Ferenbaugx-Danville. Ohio Delmar Frank- anvllle. Ohio Willard Gaumer-Loudonville, Ohio Donna Gessling-Mansfield, Ohio Clalyton Hagans-Mt. Vernon, Ohio Me vin Hu man-Wooster, Ohio Harry Kaylor-Danville. Ohio Haze Kidwell-Gatrel-East Point. Georgia James Mavis-Bowling Green University, Bowling! Green, Ohio Robert Mic ley-Danville. Ohio Nel Jane Miller-Hissong-Danville, Ohio Norma Miller-Body-Danville, Bernard Mizer-Newark, Ohio Ohio Helen Parker-Coulter-Dayton, Ohio Robert Sapp-Danville. Ohio Guy Shaw-Mansfield, Ohio Sara Strang-Martin-Nashville, Ohio Jessie Sentt-Ohio U.-Athens, Ohio Cosmas Smith-Danville, Ohio Tressie Summers-Cox-Dayton, Ohio Nomxa Jean Troyer-Chapman-Brlnkhaven, Ohio Burl Thompson-Danvll e, Ohio Marvin Tracy--Duke University-North Carolina Jean Ventllng-Hubbell-Mt. Vernon, Ohio Royolllgander-Ohio State University-Columbus. o Donald Wheeler-Baldwin Wallace-Berea, Ohio Donna Workman-Danville, Ohio Monna Workman-Florence-Columbus. Ohio Patti Workman-Cleveland. Ohio Don Wyatt-Snyder-Dayton, Ohio CLASS OF 1944 Mable Arnholt-Rohrbaugh-Loudonville, Ohio Marforie Blubaugh-Secretary-Mt. Vernon. Ohio Luc Ile Boeshart-Bross-Gambier, Ohio Glenn Bowman--Danville, Ohio Louis Butts-Danville, Ohio Leo Coloipy-Zanesville. Ohio Dick Da ly-Danville, Ohio Bob Denn s-Howard, Ohio Marllla Ferenbaufh-Mt. Vernon, Ohio Nelsgimu Klein-Oh o State University-Columbus. o Ralph Loiygd-Mt. Vernon, Ohio Paul Mic ley-Danville, Ohio Dick Miller-Farmer-Greer, Ohio Sara Miller-Cleveland, Ohio Robert Parker-Ohio University-Athens. Ohlo Martha Parrish-Ohio State University-Colum- bus, Ohio Margaret Schaub-Wheeler-Berea, Ohio Margha Schlaifer-Ohio State University--Colum- us. o Iris Shaffner-Teacher-Wooster, Ohio Florgnse Shaw-X-Ray Technician-Lakewood, o June Shaw-Bush-Mt. Vernon. Ohio Doris Sheasby-Washington, D.C. Bob Simmons-Danville, Ohio Helen Steiner-Shreve, Ohio Betty Stumbaugh-Mowery-Greer, Ohio Donald Thompson-Mt. Vernon, Ohio Betty Tieche-Breckler-Danville. Ohio Mary Weber-Canton, Ohio Sam Workman-Danville. Ohlo CLASS OF 1945 Ralph Ball-College-Ashland, Ohio Helen Blubaugh-Mt. Vernon, Ohio Dick Blubaugh-Mt. Vernon, Ohio Mary Durbin-Danville, Ohio Clovasu Frank-Capital University-Columbus, o Frank Gessling-Mansfield, Ohio THE CLARION. '48 Jocelyn Greer-Danville. Ohio Norma Hagans-Bible School-Cincinnati. Ohio Helen Meehan-Hawkins-Brlnkhaven, Ohio Erma Mlzer-Danville, Ohio - Lola Jones-Mullet-Glenmont, Ohio Rondale Pritchard-Danville, Ohio Marguerite Rldglgway-Kaylor-Danville, Ohio Bernard Sapg- anvllle. Ohio Grace Szgsp- emfle-Greer, Ohio Dorothy mlth-R denbaugh-Mt. Vernon, Ohlo Dick Tracy-College-Ashland. Ohio - Fred Rice-Denison University-Granville, Ohio Victoria Workman-Danville, Ohio CLASS OF 1948 Virgil Adrian-Danville, Ohio Gerane Allen-Secretary-Columbus, Ohio Paul Arwiller-Danville, Ohio Alfred Blubaugh-U.S. Army Pauline Butler-Brlnkhaven, Ohio Joan Colopy-Saint Marys of the Springs College -Columbus. Ohio Margie Colopy-Mt. Vernon. Ohio . Francis Croston-Maile-Zanesville. Ohio Luella Darr-Hochstetler-Danville. Ohio Howard Drake-U.S. Army!! Woneta Dunn-Chevuront- t. Vernon, Ohio Joseph Hanger-U.S. Army Richard Kle n-U.S. Arms Betty Laughrey-Crider- anvllle, Ohio Ellergnlieslie-Secretary, Sand Plant-Brlnkhaven. o Helen Leslie-Clerk-Danville, Ohio Betty Lou Martin-Secretary-Mt. Vernon, Ohio Rodney Mlckley-Farmer-Danville. Ohio Donald Mickley-Clerk-Mt. Vernon, Ohio Pauline Mlckley-Secretary-Mt. Vernon. Ohio Encil Mills-U.S. Arml George Mullet-U S. rmy Mary Shaffer-Kirk-Millwood. Ohio Charles Shaw-Painter-Brinkhaven, Ohio Gene Smith-Danville, Ohio William Stitzlein-Farmer-Glenmont, Ohio James Meehan-Painter-Brlnkhaven, Ohio CLASS or 1947 ' Edna Banbury-Beauty School--Columbus. Ohio Margery Beeman-Danville. Ohio Dickolgrumbaugh-Darling's Dairy - Danville, o Robert Cline-Brlnkhaven, Ohio Della Colopy-Shira-Danville, Ohio Imogene D dlnger-Linotyplst-Danville, Ohio Nancy Elliott-Sand Plant-Millwood. Ohio Myron Frank-Farmer-Danville. Ohio Conga! Frasher-Business School-Mt. Vernon. 0 , Nellie Horn-M 8: S Hospital-Mt. Vernon, Ohio Robert Kaylor-Farmer-Greer, Ohio Dalton Kaylor-Elevator-Danville. Ohio Ralph Kent-Danville, Ohio Delores Logston--Brinkhaven. Ohio Barbara Martin-Montgomery Ward-Mt. Ver- non. Ohio Dick McClain-Drycleanlng-Mt. Vernon, Ohio Kenneth Mlckley-Shellmar-Mt. Vernon, Ohio Carcgyxix Nyhart-Rudln Company-Mt. Vernon. o Gwendolyn O'Donnel1-Nurses Tralnlng-Colum- bus. Ohio Thelma Peterson-Danville, Ohio Eugene Rice-Farmer-Danville, Ohio Elva Shultz-College-Ashland, Ohio Dorothy Snow-Mt. Vernon. Ohio Eva Stull-School Secretarga-Danville, Ohio Dorothy, Summers-Scottle- t. Vernon. Ohio Patty hite-Groseclose-Jelloway, Ohio Eddie Workman-Farmer-Danvl le. Ohio Page Sezfenty-fever: THE CLARION. '48 JUNIOR NOTES iContinued from Page 265 Members of the Honor Society from the Junior Class are Carol Adrian, Tommy Banbury, Martha Bittner, Glenn Colopy, Ethel Farmer, Betty Hawkins, Vernon Martin, Helen Nyhart, and Barbara Thorp. Members to be initiated this year were Dorothy Barnes and Vernita Long. The junior home room adviser this year is Miss Inez Durbin. -Dorothy Barnes - SIXTH GRADE NOTES QContinued from Page 313 Dorothy Lybarger leads in attendance. She has not missed a day of school in three years. Others with perfect attendance records this year in- clude Nancy Durbin, Larry Greer, Tommy Gardner, Jimmy Emmett, Eugene Woods, Ruth Shultz, and Harold Franks. CLARION STAFF fContinued from Page 347 Alumni ,..... .......... ,.i,,ii.,..iii..... M a rietta Rice, Lillian Kaylor Athletics ....,.. ,...ii..i.. J ack Banbury, Wayne Crider Snapshots ........ ..,,,,,.. E arl Colopy, Anthony Boeshart Typists ,..,.......... .ii...,.,... V onetta Landis, Louise Cline Senior Notes .............. ,...iii,i.i.,....,i..i.........i J une Conkle Junior Notes .................. .,..,... D orothy Barnes Sophomore Notes ........ .....,.... B ill Mickley Freshman Notes .,i.... .......,..,..,.,. E va Bower 8th Grade Notes i,ii.,i ............... B ob Lybarger 7th Grade Notes .,ii.., ....,,.i L illian Zimmerman Faculty Adviser , i...i. ......,..,.,iii .....iiiiiii..i,..,i D . F. Senft The School Parade appeared each week as a section of the Danville Times. The editors met with the adviser each Tuesday to prepare the assignment sheet. Several staff meetings were called occasionally through- out the year. Refreshments were served at the Danville-Fredericktown basketball game by the staff. The money was used to finance a spring banquet for the staff members, faculty, and guests. 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