Danville High School - Clarion Yearbook (Danville, OH)

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r fx 1 A .fc 'tfy' f',,, ,, f L' w'7Upf'u U CVQ vp , The Clanon '51 SENIOR CLASS OF 51 DANVILLE OHIO Published By The Clarion 57 Staff NANCY COLQPY Busmess Manager WAYNE FRANK Faculty Advzsor MR D F SENFT The Clarion 51 Ded1cat1or1 Admlmstratlon Classes ACt1V1t19S HISTOIY Alumm Autographs Advertlsements Contcnts 91 - - - - - - - - - - - 15 Athletics ---------- 47 ' ----------- 84 ' ----------- 79 - - - - - - - - - - 90 The Clarion 51 IQ 12'-Te-.J3'g,,,. v """"' ..-vwff' mv. WWW ms, gyvluwvf wwwww f ww 'F ,dum-xsigf Simf DANVILLE HIGH SCHOOL .. 1+ '- DANVILLE GRADE SCHOOL The Clarion 51 Dcdimtlcm In deep apprec1at1on of the1r unfa111ng gmdance and help we the Semor Class of 1951 w1sh to ded1cate th1s edmon of the Clanon to Our Parents - 1 . A w L I 1 The Clarion 57 fdltorl tl We the Sen1or Class ot 1951 wrsh to present you Wxth thls, the 35th ed1t1on ot the Clanon The zero hour 1S near the pomt of no return the tlme when We cease to be members of Danvrlle Hrgh And It IS W1th a teehng of sadness that We take leave At th1s t1me the CIBIIOH Start would hke to thank everyone who has helped 1n any Way especlally the advertlsers Whos support makes posslble the pub11 catron of the Clarlon and Mr Sentt for h1S able assrst ance Page S x I 7 1 2 of our underclassmen to find our place in the World. . I . i The Clarion 57 Adm1n1strat1on i aff: ' 1 C I I ,K A V I I I 1 I my -Q", .., v H my Q The Clarion '57 Page Enghf County Supenntendent GLEN M. HAINES e Clarion 51 COSMOS BLUBAUGH Pres1dent IOHN BANBURY HOWARD BANBURY Board of Educatlon IRVIN GRASSBAUGH Vzce President WILLARD HOLT RENE KAYLOR Clerk Page Nme The Clarion 57 Page Ten A B PARKFR SUPERVISING PRINCIPAL Sc1ence Department 5 The Clarion '51 ASSISTANT SUPERVISING PRINCIPAL Mathematzcs CIVICS Athletzc D1rector Page Eleven D. F. SENFT The Clarion 57 T A WHEELER Vocatronal Agrlculture MARTHA IAMESON Latm French 'ff MQW """wJM C W REESE Industrlal Arts Mathemahcs ff WW EMMAIEAN SHEPHERD Home Economics Page Twelve H1gh School Faculty INEZ DURBIN HARLETT Com Department Treasurer of School RONALD E KAYLOR Sc1ence World HISTOIY Physrcal Educat1on Football and Basketball Coach ESTHER SUE RICE Mus1c RICHARD MYSER English Assistant Coach The Clarion 57 MICHAEL O. SMITHHISLER Seventh Grade DONALD COOPER S1xth Grade VIDA ROBESON Thlrd and Fourth Grades RUTH HOLDREN Third Grade Page Thirteen The Clorfon 51 PEARL HARMER Second Grade VIVIAN SHAW Flrst Grade DONNA WORKMAN Secretary Page Fourteen Elementary Grades Faculty hi 53' N-4, 1,-'1' "asf, 5 TRIESA ENGLE Second Grade PEARL DIEHL FITST Grade A ,, is Li A ,X f W s' . , W S A ja 1 hiv, , if N 1 fin, ' The Clarion '51 Classes The Clorlon 51 WAYNE FRANK Possum ,, Agrlculture C urse Football 4 Bas ext all 2 3 4 Softball 2 Clanon Start 4 Intramural Sports 1 2 3 4 Gsptgn 4 Athletlc Leader 4 School Bus Patrol 3 4 Clas Pres 4 Cass Secretar 3 FFA Parlra mentary Procedure 2 3 4 FF Avllews Reporter 2 F Treasurer 3 Class me 3 45 It all success be noble ness GLEN HAUGER Whrstle College Course Footballl 2 3 4 Basket 1 2 3 4 Softball 2 Clarzon Staff 4 Athletrc Leader 2 3 4 Intramural Sportsl 2 3 4 Captam 3 4 Latm Clubl 2 Secre tary 1 Pres1dent2 French Club 3 4 Treasurer 3 Chorus 2 Class Secretary 2 4 Class Vzce Presxdent l Class Play 3 4 Thank God for the man who mvented sleep Page Sixteen IAMES S CLINE Whxtey College Course Butler l Football 2 3 4 Basketball 2 3 Track 3 4 Athletxc Leader 3 4 Intra mural Sports 2 3 4 Cap tam 4 School Bus Patrol 2 3 4 Publlc Speakmg 4 Latm Club 2 French Club 3 4 Clanon Staff 4 Vrce Prestdent 4 Class Play 3 Slow and steady wms the race MARTHA MCMILLAN Marty College Course Latm Club l 2 Vtce Presx dent 2 French Club 3 4 Presrdent 4 Honor Society 1 2 3 4 V1ce Pres1dent4 News Paper Stall l 2 3 4 Ed1tor1nCh1et 3 Senior Edrtor 4 Class Prestdent 1 Class Treasurer 4 Cheer leader 2 3 4 Intramural Sports 2 3 4 Clar Staff 4 Basketball Captatn 4 Football Queen 4 Foot ball Attendant l 3 Mtxed Chorus l 2 Ltbranan Z Class Play 3 4 Bom for success she seems The Clarion 57 CHARLES BARNES Charhe Agriculture Course f Football I 2 a a 2 3 Bas ball ager 4 Bas A Parham ary oced u e 2 3 LL 29 Othcer 2 Atlxl ntra uilgtl maker Quartet 4 Cllr Staff Class Play 'IA good heart ts better than all the heads m the world MARTHA CALKINS Marthe Home Economxcs Course Bus Patrol 2 Clanon Staff 4 Roll Taker 3 Llbrarlan 4 FHA 2 3 Intramural Sorts1234Pu c Speakmg 4 Most of us know how to say nothmq tew of us know when NANCY COLOPY Iodme Commercxal Course Honor Society 2 3 4 News Staff I 2 3 4 Fea ture Edltor 3 Clarion Edl tor 4 Intramural Sports 1 2 3 4 Captain 4 Llbrarlan 2 3 Mxxed Chorus 1 Ot hce 4 FHA 3 Class Play Lrte ts short so am I Semors aff' EVA BOWER ov Eve Commerclal Course News Staff 2 3 4 Clanon Stall 1 4 Ass1stantClanon Editor 4 Lxbranan 3 Roll Taer4 Band12 O chestra 3 Mxxed Chorus I Intramural Captaxn 4 Intra m ral Sports 1 2 3 4 Honor Socxety 2 3 4 Oi flCE 2 4 FHA Presxdent 2 Vrce President 3 Foot ball Queen Attendant 4 Class Vice Presldent 3 Class Play 3 wear your expresszon rs very Important DOROTHY CHAPMAN Dot Commerclal Course Asslstant Lxbranan 4 Clar ron Staff 4 Roll Taker 3 Intramural Sports I 2 3 4 FHA 2 3 Intramural Captam 4 Class Play 4 Educatton ts what mazns when we for get what we have been taught IAMES R CLINE tm Industrxal Arts Course Baseball 4 Football 3 Basketball 2 Clarion Statt 4 Bus Patrol 3 4 ntra rall 2 3 What next wont thrs boy do? Page Seventeen ' 1 .4-fl , If . f g h ,.,4:By1. I, A bll , , an- - i ' - 5 : 3 3mlfF.F. k : I : r. I . , 1 , ' ' I - , f l e 2.3,4: u ' I I 5 I S r 1, 2, 3, - 1 I : . 41 .SL 1 ' . 5 . . . ' as ' I ' ' I "Ol all the things you U ' H .' . 'Ie- l I: I' I - : I , 1 I ' A : . . . : mu , , ,4. 3, 4. " ' ' The Clarion 5l GARY DIDINGER Dxdo General Course Football Manager 2 3 4 Basketball 1 2 3 4 Pub hc Speakrng 3 Baseball 4 Intramural Sportsl 2 3 4 Clarion Staff 4 Program Commlttee 3 Movie Pro yector Operator 2 Indu trral Arts l 2 Referee 2 Oh why should lzle all labor be? TWILA FERENBAUGH Twela Commercral Course Bus Patrol 1 2 Intramural Captam 4 Assrstant L1 brarran 4 FHA 2 3 Speech 4 Clarron Staff 4 Intramural Sportsl 2 3 4 Mrxed Chorus 1 Class Play 4 Thrs grrl can laugh at any un TED GARDNER Teddy Industrral Arts Course lntramuralSports1 2 3 4 School Patrol l 2 Clarron Staff 4 What rs lrie wrthout som lun Page Eighteen Senrors CHARLES DURBIN Chub Agrxculture Course Class Presrdent 2 Honor Socrety 3 4 Sports Edrtor 4 Latm Club 1 Clarion S 4 FFA 2 3 4 FF A Pres 3 FFA News Reporter 4 FFA Parlla mentary Procedure 2 3 4 Footballl 2 3 4 Basket ball l 2 Athletrc Leader 2 3 Scorekeeper 3 4 In tramural Sports l 2 3 4 ack 3 Band 1 2 3 Orchestra l 2 3 Boy Chorus 2 Class Play 3 4 The more people I see the better l like my se HELEN FRASHER Shortre Commercral Course Intramural Sportsl 2 3 4 Intramural Captaxn 4 L1 rarlan 4 FHA 2 Clarron Stall 4 Speech 4 Mrxed Chorus 1 Class Play 4 They say she has temper but who hasn t7 CARL LESLEY College Course Akron Central 1 Football 2 3 4 Basketball Manager 3 4 Baseball 3 4 School Patrol 4 Athletxc Leader 3 4 Latm Club 2 French Club 3 4 Speech 3 Intra mural Sports 2 3 4 Clar ron Stall 4 Chorus 2 Class Ply 3 4 Thrs boy wrll do every thmqs possrble and try some rmpossrble thmgs 1 1 . .. . .. 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The Clarion 5l MARCINA MCDONALD Commercral Course OITICG 4 FHA Secretary FI-IA 2 3 Clarron Stall 4 Intramural Sports 1 2 3 4 Captam 4 Mrxed Chorus 1 Speech 4 Class Play 3 4 A lrttle grrl lrke thrs can squeeze rn most any place GLEN MICKLEY Slpeck Agrrculture Course Class Presldent 3 Vice Presldent 2 Honor Socrety 3 4 Honor Soclety Presl dent 4 News Stall 1 FF 3 4 FFA retary 3 4 Clarron Staff 4 Boys Chorus 2 Intramural Sports 1 2 3 4 Captam 4 Athletrc Leader 4 Foot ball 4 Basketballl 2 4 I-Iaymakers Quartet 4 Class Play 3 4 Hrs frequent smrle hearty and rrresrstrble ANNABELLE PETERSON Annle Commercral Course Assrstant Lrbrarran 4 FH A 2 3 Clarion Staff 4 Intramural Sports I 2 3 4 Mrxed Chorus 1 Some people learn from experrence others never recover from them SCHIOIS WILLIAM MCMILLAN Mac General Course Latxn Club 1 2 Pubhc Speakmg 3 Program Com mrttee 3 Intramural Sports l 2 3 4 Clarron Staff 4 Cheer up God rs where he was ROBERT MILLER Lefty Agriculture Course A 1 4 P Reporter 3 School Patrol 3 4 Intramural Sports I 4 Softball 2 Baseball 3 4 Clarion Stall 4 Parlta mentary 2 3 4 Its the lrttle thmqs that count HELEN PIGMAN PHJQY Commerclal Course FHA 2 3 Clarion 2 4 Intramural Sports I 2 3 4 Captam 4 Honor Socrety 1 2 3 4 Lrbrarran 4 Class Secretary 1 News Staff I Z 3 4 Class Treasurer 2 Roll Taker 1 Asslstant Edltor Clarron 4 Mxxed Chorus I Class Play 3 4 My heart rs warm wrth the lrrends I make Page Nineteen 5 1 l 2: . ,I .D ,I I: ' . v . I I I - . FF. . . 2, 3. I .F.A. A, l, 2, . , . . . Sec- 3 ' I , : -I 2: 3,1 4, Intramural Captain The Clarion ARTHUR PRITCHARD Cab Agrlculture Course A l 2 3 4 lud 1 Team 3 Intramural Sports 2 3 4 Footballl 4 Baseball 3 Softball 2 Speech 4 Track 3 4 Clar ron Staff 4 Why wart fo trme doesnt wart for you THOMAS SAPP Tom Agrrculture Course School Patrol 4 Intramural Sports 1 2 3 4 Clarron Staff 4 Speech 4 Never m the way and never out of the way CARROLL SHULTZ Porky Agrrculture Course Basketball 2 3 4 Football Manager l Baseball 3 Softball 2 3 4 Track Intramural Sports 1 2 3 Referee 3 4 FFA 1 3 4 FFA Treasurer FFA Vlce Presxdent 3 Parllamentary Procedure 2 3 4 Iudgmg Teaml 2 3 4 News Staff 2 Clarron Staff 4 Orchestra l 2 3 nd 1, 2 3, . ' There is no wisdom like franlrness. Page Twenty Semors DONALD RIDGEWAY Beaver General Course Football 1 3 4 Basketball 1 Track 3 4 Trme Keeper 4 Intramural Sports 2 3 4 Mlxed Chorus 2 Speech 3 Program Commxttee 3 Clarron Staff 4 Industrral Arts 1 2 No one could replace thrs a IOANN SEVITTS Yan Commerclal Course FHA 2 3 Intramural Sportsl 2 3 4 Lrbrarran 4 Clanon Staff 4 Mlxed Chorus 1 Glee Club 1 2 Class Play 4 Now comes the mystery HELEN VESS Commercial Course Assrstant Lrbranan 3 Of flce 4 Intramural Captam 4 Clarion Staff 4 Your heart rs as lcmd as our eyes e Clarion 57 ROSALIE WALTERS Rosy Commerclal Course Bus Patrol 2 3 4 ntra mural Sports 1 Z 3 4 Cap tam 4 Clarion Staff 3 4 Class Treasurer 3 FHA 2 3 Speech 4 Mrxed Chorus 1 Class Play 3 4 So sweet the blush f bashlulness ERIC WINTERHALTE Chxck College Cour Football 4 Bas 3 4 Sol 1 aseball ocxety 3 4 a u I 2 Frenc C u 4 News Staff 2 3 ool Patrol 3 4 Boys orus 2 Intramural Sportsl 2 3 4 Captain 4 Clanon Staff 4 Athletxc Leader 4 Class Play 4 A womans advrce rs of lrttle value but woe to the man who does not take rt summer WOHIIMAN Todthprd-I Colleg urse French Cl 8 4 Secre ar 4 I. Cub onor 6SQc1 ty 3 4 News Staff l Ll 3 4 Intramural Sportsl 2 3 4 Captam 4 C r Staff 4 Roll Taker slstant Lrbrarxan 2 3 ed G orus 1 2 Class Be sure you are nght then go ahead. Sen1ors ZANE WILSON Agnculture Course FFA 1 2 3 4 Intramu ral Sportsl 2 3 4 Clanon Staff 4 Boys Chorus 2 School Patrol 3 4 Band 3 Parllamentary Procedure Smce no one rs perfect I must not be erther BLAINE WORKMAN Perry Agrxculture Course Footballl Z 3 4 Basket b 1 2 3 4 Softball 1 2 Baseball 3 4 Int amur L Sportsl 2 3 4 ar 4 Athletrc Lea e rf A 2 anon Staff 4 Par 1 tary Pro- cedure 4 ass Play 3 a rs the spzce of EVELYN ZIMMERMAN Commercral Course FHA 2 3 Mrxed Chorus 1 Ofhce 4 Assistant L1 branan 4 Intramural Sports I 2 3 4 Cap a1n 4 Class Play 4 You may break but not bend me Page Twenty-one ffff The Clarion 5l Scmor N otcs Presrdent Wayne Frank Vtce Presrdent Iames S Cl1ne Secretary Glen Hauger Treasurer Martha MCM1llaH Flower Whxte Chrysanthemum Colors Blue and Srlver Motto Keep Ourselves Loyal to Truth Four years of hrgh school have gone by and we hardly reahze rt From 42 students when we were Freshmen we have 34 left and are under the super v1s1on of Mr Senft We have 2 members rn the band Carroll Shultz and Charles Durbrn In the Honor Socrety we have 5 grrls and 3 boys They are Eva Bovx er Nancy Colopy Martha McM1llan Helen Prgman Shrrley Workman Errc W1nterhalter Charles Durbln Glen Mrckley On the newspaper staff are Eva Bower Nancy Colopy Martha MCM1ll3H Helen P1qman Shrrley Workman Errc Wrnterhalter Charles Durbrn Our Senror cheerleader 1S Martha McM1llan Those who played football were Charles Barnes Bla1ne Workman Wayne Frank Don Brdgeway Glen Hauger Arthur Prrtchard Errc Wrnterhalter Glen Mlckley Charles Durbln Irm S Clme and Carl Lesley Those partrclpatlng 1D basketball were Errc Wrnter halter Wayne Frank Blame Workman Glen Hauger Carroll Shultz Glen Mrck ley and Gary D1d1nger Our Hornecorrung was November 13 Wllh Martha McMxllan as queen and Eva Bower as Senlor Attendant As we close the hlqh school doors behrnd us w1th many memor1es we senrors, w1sh to thank all the faculty and everyone who helped make our hrgh school years a success Eva Bower Page Twenty two ' 1 . ., 5 '. 8 I 7 .I - I- I-I I -I A ' I I 'I . 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The Clarion 51 Class Prophecy It was ll 30 A M May 21 1961 when my wonderful sleep was mterrupted by the 1ns1stant buzzlng of the telephone I leaned over and ptcked 1t up to hear the sweet VOICE of Whltey Cl1ne my old schoolmate te1l1ng me to get down to Danv1lle rlght away Th1nk1ng 1t was an emergency I got dressed and hopped 1nto my car and started to Danv1lle It was a beautlful sprlng day and my mxnd drlfted to the fr1ends who made up the class of 51 Whltey was do1ng f1ne he has qu1te a lot of stock 1n some O11 wells around Greer FIVE years ago Dorothy Chapman flnally got that man from West Vlfglnla Poor Sh1rley Workman IS st1ll 1n the Pen for b1gamy Martha McM111an d1d her best to get her out but that was Marty s f1rst case as a lawyer Shes done much better s1nce then I turned on the rad1o and the f1rst thmg I heard were the tender melod1es of the Haymakers Quartet s1ng1ng Grandfather s Clock Its good to hear that Glen Mxckley Charles Barnes Charl1e Durbm and Wayne Frank have stuck together th1s long A l1tt1e further down the road I saw a slgn ROSIG s Restaurant so I stopped for breakfast Wh1le I was wa1t1ng for my ham and eggs I plcked up a newspa per and there on the front page was a p1cture of Helen Frasher the b1g game hunter who just returned from Afrlca Turnmg to the sports sectxon I couldnt overlook the b1g black pnnt CARROLL SHULTZ WINS AGAIN he rode Lake Cracker owned and tralned by Thomas Sapp On the next page I saw the plc ture of another famous classmate 1t was Bla1ne Workman be1ng crowned Klng of Sports The next words that caught my eye were Bob M1ller hlts h1s 63rd home run of the season Lefty 1S play1ng centerflelo for the G1ants now Lookmg 1nto a lower corner I saw the words Wresthng Tonlght Terrlble Gardner 1S mak1ng pretty good money now Turnmg to the entertamment page I saw we were well represented there too Marcma McDonald s latest plcture Lovers Budget IS play1ng at the Imper 1al She IS noted as be1ng the second Bette Dav1s Donald Rldgway IS 1n the l1me llght also He has a b1g Telev1s1on Show on Wednesday nlght called Don n1e s Hobb1es And the last of our group 1n the enterta1nment world IS Gary D1d1nger who owns and manages the class1est Burlesque 1n the state When my ham and eggs came I nearly fell off my stool when I saw who brought 1t It was Rosalle Walters looklng as beautlful as ever It seems she s been 1n the restaurant bus1ness for about SIX years We sat down and goss1ped and fmally got around to the subyect of matr1 mony It seems several of the fa1r maldens of 51 have grabbed up some unsus pectmg young men and made husbands out of them The frrst of the success ful maldens were Evelyn Z1mmerman and Ioann Sev1tts who are l1v1ng 1n Glenmont and seem qulte content Nancy Colopy has done all rlght for her self too seeing that she has a husband and seven k1ds It IS rumored that she IS try1ng to beat her slster Helen Plgman who marrted some guy 1n the A1r Force has four l1tt1e darkeyed darl1ngs the oldest IS named Dave Ir Dear lrttle Eva Bower IS happlly settled down w1th that certam farmer she has always loved The fate of the marrled men IS not so gay for Glen Hauger who lost h1s heart to that g1rl 1n Mt Vernon He IS l1v1ng 1n Cpardon the GXPISSSIOTID Fred er1cktown but he sends h1s s1x year old son to Danv1lle for h1s school1ng Bxg EIIC Wlnterhalter 1sn't so gay and cheerful s1nce he lmally was caught by the who had been chastng hlm s1nce he was a senlor GIBDCIHQ at the clock I saw 1t was gettmg late so Rosahe and I left for Dan CCont1nued on page 465 Page Twenty three Teddy the Termite challenges Women's Champ, Twila Ferenbaugh. Teddy e Clarion 57 Class Wlll We the class ot 51 w1sh to w1ll the following th1ngs to the next graduatlng class of D H S Annabelle Peterson her dark ha1r to Annabelle Hoyrnan Martha MCM1llBH her pos1t1on as cheerleader to Mary Io Durb1n Eva Bower her long black ha1r to Iva Mae Turney and Margxe MCGIDDIS Bla1ne Workman h1s tallness to Gall Laughrey and Chrls Tracy Erlc W1nterhalter h1s curls to Charles Farmer Zane W1lson all h1s g1rls but one to B111 M1ller Teddy Gardner h1s helght to Lloyd Sheasby Helen Vess her pos1t1on as basketball captam to Nedra Payne Helen Frasher her tnps to the Post Ofhce to Naoml Summers Charles Barnes everyth1ng to Ianlce Mumper W'ayne Frank h1S butch ha1r cut to I1m Randles Sh1rl y Workman her tallness to Mary Harlett and Kathryn Llter Wllllam McM1llan h1s Chevte to Kenny Armstrong Rosahe Walters her 1nterest ln Opera to Irene Mlckley and Mary Sue RICE Marclna McDonald her gu1tar to Martha and Margaret Strmgfellow Sm1th Evelyn Zxmmerman her ab1l1ty to oversleep to Norma Z1mmerman and Betty Sw1tzer Ioann Sev1tts her r1de from Howard to School to Bonnle Hartman Helen P1gman her ways and means of gettlng out of school to Har r1et Blubaugh Nancy Colopy her pos1t1on as Clarlon Edrtor to the person who IS to be chosen Charles Durbm h1s place on the basketball team to Carroll Stull Robert Mlller h1s excess we1ght to Raymond Schm1dt Donald Rldgeway h1s tardlness to Robert Edgar Iames R Cl1ne h1s seat on the bus to Fred Durbln Arthur Prrtchard h1s grades to Ralph Ph1ll1ps Gary D1d1nger h1s bashfullness to Davld VanderHooven Glen Mlckley one of h1s g1rls to Bob Lybarger CWh1ch one'?j Carroll Shultz h1s game of cards at noon to Charles Schaub Tommy Sapp HIS qu1etness to Herman Mann Glenn Hauger h1s be1ng at school on t1me to Eldon Ant1ll Martha Calkms her Home Ec Perlod to Dolores Colopy larnes S Cl1ne H1s seat 1n the Senlor room to Hazel Ste1ner As for myself l have nothmg to w1ll only future happ1ness and success to the whole Iun1or Class Dorothy Chapman Page Twenty four Twila Ferenbaugh . . . her interest in sports to . . . Shirley Baker and Alice The Clorlon 51 Class Poem Marclna McDonald l1ves on a larm But way out west hes h r ch rm Rosalre Walters oh how she can blush She doesnt belleve m romantlc mush Glen Hauger who IS always late Do you suppose he ll be late rn txndmg a mate? Mrschrevous and t1ny rs Shlrley our gal But to all of us she s gulte a pal hm S Cline wlth hrs harr so whlte Sure th1nks Hazel ts just all rlght Next a boy that comes m hne Is that Brlnkhaven lad Iames R Chne Arthur Prltchard drrves an old model car Sometlmes we wonder rl hell get very far Tom Sapp 15 a quret lad But he never seems to be sad Teddy Gardner IS so very short court Erlc Wlnterhalter whose nrckname IS Chxc At the glrls he sure lxkes to pxck Thrs g1rl named Martha Calklns She sure does enyoy her talkm B111 McM1llan wxth a volce so rough Although he looks lt he s not so tough Football Charles Barnes lrkes to play He may become a star someday Evelyn Zlmmerman a tall DHS grrl Doesnt llke her mlddle name Pearl Helen Prgman doesnt have such a long name Wont be long trll lt wont be the same Lefty Mrller from up Iertcho way Never has too much to say loann Sevltts neat and shy Wants to go places by and by Carl Lesley teases and llrrts lf he had a chance hed even wear sktrts Twxla Ferenbauqh rs the next name Iust another devrllsh sernor dame Blame Workman IS sltm and tall And can that boy play basketball An a1rplane pilot you can guess Is the dream of Helen Vess Martha McM1llan lxkes to cheer To her Wayne IS such a dear Dorothy Chapman wlshes she never would dle So she could always be wxth that boy named Guy Carroll Shultz who plays rn the band Trles to lend a helprng hand Zane Grey Wrlson eats ln a nook Do you suppose he ever reads a book? Charles Durbm ln the Ag quartet ls one of the best we ve ever heard yet Puts you ln mmd of a teddy bear Don Ridgeway our chewlng gum man All the gtrls say Hey grve me some Wayne Frank who IS qurte a guy Sure can get Marty McM1llan s eye Gary Dldmger wlth black curly haxr In hrs Studebaker IS drxvmg here and there Glen Mrckley lxkes to play basketball And he ts really not bad at all Nancy Colopy hkes a certaxn boy To be with htm she sure does enloy Annabelle Peterson rs our next gal To us all shes quxte a pal Last of all comes Eva Bower She makes you thmk of a flower MARCINA MCDONALD EVA BOWER Page Twenty five We wonder where he'll find a short girl to Helen Ffashel' with Short blaflk hai! e Clarion 51 Class History The Senior Class of 1951 began the last four years of its school career on September 2 1947 looking ahead eagerly to the work and the good times which would lead to that final goal our diploma We began the year with an enrollment of 42 pupils with Mr Kaylor as our home room teacher and Martha McMillan as class president Two members of the class were 1n1t1ated into the Honor Society Martha McMillan and Helen Plgman We were represented in the band by Eva Bower Charles Durbin and Car roll Shultz Several members of the class are on the newspaper staff We entered our Sophomore year with 41 pupils under the supervision of Miss Durbin and President Charlie Durbin Eva Bower and Nancy Colopy became members of the Honor Society As the Iunior Class of 1950 we began our s hool year x ith 37 puprls Mrs Howard Fowler was our instructor and Glen Mickley was President basketball team Shirley Workman Glen M1ckley Charles Durbin Eric Wmterhalter were 1n1t1ated into the Honor Society this year Martha McM1l1an was our cheerleader and Queen attendant The high points of the year were our class play The Climbing Roses and the Iumor Senior Banquet Now we find ourselves Seniors under the superv1s1on of Mr Senft and our president IS Wayne Frank Our enrollment is now 34 This year ll participated in football and 7 in basketball Now as we approach the ending of these fmal four years the Senior Class of 1951 wlshes to thank their parents and the fa ulty for the1r whole hearted a1d and cooperation in these important years of our l1fe We shall always look back with pleasure to the years we have spent as students of Danville High School Helen Pigman Page Twenty six I I . 7 ' " K." 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Nine members of the class participated in football and ten were on the The Clarion lg 1 ggi: lst ROW L to R Ralph Ph1ll1ps Bonn1e Hartman Naom1Summe s Annabelle Hoyrran Norma Zlmmer man Alxce Smxth Dolores Colopy Mary Sue Rlce Mary Io Durbm Betty Swltzer Tom Ftnan ROW Chrrs Tracy Gall Lauqhery Bob Lybarqer Irene Mrckley Shrrley Baker Martha Strxnqtellow lggdra Payne Margaret Strrnqtellow Iva Turney Charles Farmer Bob Edgar W lack Whrte Herman Mann Marlorre McG1nn1s Ianwce Mumper Kathryn Lxler Mary Harlett Charles Schaub Fred Durbin Ixm Randles Dave V d H 2nd 1' GH SI GOVGTI 4th ROW Russell Myers Kenneth Armstrong Raymond Schmxdt Lloyd Sheasby Mr Rchard Myser umor Notes Forty two 1un1ors started the school year under the d1rect1on of Mr Myser Slnce then one has enrolled and two have dropped The Class Ofhcers are Bob Lybarger Pres1dent ChI1S Tracy Vlce Presldent Hazel Ste1ner Secretary Mary Io Durb1n Treasurer Those partlcrpatlng 1n football are Bob Edgar Charles Farmer B111 Mrller Charles Schaub Chr1s Tracy and Raymond Schm1dt The boys on the basketball squad are Bob Edgar Lloyd Sheasby Bob Lybarqer Chr1s Tracy Charles Schaub Ga1lLaughrey Charles Farmer Raymond Schmldt and Ralph Ph1ll1ps Members of the Honor SOC19lY are Iva Mae Turney Dolores Colopy Mary Io Durb1n Hazel Ste1ner Ian1ce Mumper Norma Z1mmerman Kathryn L1fer Mary Harlett Tom Fman hm Ran dles Davld Vander Hooven Ralph Ph1ll1ps Bonn1e Hartman Norma Z1mmerman and Iva Mae Turney are members of the band Ralph Ph1ll1ps Page Twenty seven ' '51 xi J-A i Y. 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The Clarion '51 lst ROW L to R Floyd Mxckley Ioseph Proper Iohnny Colopy Ruth Brown Betty Akms Evelyn Morrxs lean Barnes Karlene Smqer Mary Lourse Colopy L1ll1an Smxth Eltse May MlCk19Y Phyllts McM1llan I B tt B b Cl G H L S th rva urge 0 me eorqe uqqms arry m1 2nd ROW Iurts Murnreks Davxd McConnell Ester Smarl Lunetta Hames Ianet Fe ler IoAnn Durbrn Carolyn Dann Ruth Mlckley Iamce Hoagland Maxme Yearous Ioyce Landrs Marlene Armstrong Shxrley Mullet Bxlly Dye 3rd HOW Walter Rrce Ilm Bell Dean Workman Ausma Podnemks Ianetta Hames Bob Mrller Bxll Shu maker Leonard Bell Harmon Whxte Mr Reese Tommy Colopy Rlchard Lusby Don Emmert Merwlyn Mullet Sophomore Notes V1ce Prestdent hm Bell Secretary Ianet Fesler Treasurer DaV1d McConnell The Sophomores opened the school year of 1950 51 w1th 48 students under the superv1s1on of Mr Reese The new add1t1ons are Wllllam Dye and Dav1d McConnell Members who partxclpated 1n football last fall were Harmon Whlte Robert Cl1ne B111 Shumaker Don Emmert Joe Proper and Walter RICE Those partlclpatmg 1n basketball were Iohn Colopy Ioe Proper Harmon Whlte Robert Cl1ne Don Emmert and Floyd Mlckley Members ln the Honor Soclety are Shlrley Mullet Ester Small Iamce Hoagland Mary Colopy Ruth M1ckley Ruth Brown Lxllxan Z1mmerman Ianet Fesler and Dav1d McConnell Members of the band are Marlene Armstrong Tommy and Iohnny Colopy Malorettes are Iean Barnes E1S1e M1ckley Ioyce Landxs and Phyl11s Mc M1l1an Our Sophomore cheerleader and Queen attendant was Ianlce Hoagland Ruth Ann Mxckley Page Twenty eight President , Ianice Hoagland The Clarion 51 lst ROW L to R I1m Emmert Conard Treen Lee McConnell Sh1rley Kent Marcella McDonald Olxve Smlth Nancy Durbm Shrrl y Houck Dalene Workman Sara Conkle Warren Myers Dale Grassbauqh Richard McGxnn1s 2nd ROW Karol Sloan Ioanne Banbury Norma Mann Helen Durbln Ioyce Mxckley Dorothy Lybarqer Kathleen Fman Nola Smaxl B111 Mad en Paul O Donnell Don Lauqhrey rd ROW Eugene Woods Davld L1fer Ruth Shultz Charles Mlller Fern Hames Faun Halnes Dor1s Body ROW Tommy Gardner Harold Frank Larry Greer Earl Mrckley Charles Fox Charles l-larmer Bxll Summers Robert Vess Mr Kaylor Freshman Notes In September 47 puplls started the1r Freshman year under Mr Kaylor We have had one new student We elected class ofhcers They are Presrdent Tom Gardner V1C9 Presrdent Harold Frank Secretary Ioyce Mrckley Treasurer Dorothy Lybarger Tommy Gardner and Charles Fox were on the football squad Don Laugh rey Harold Franks and Charles Fox are on the reserve basketball squad Puprls 1n the band are Ioanne Banbury Karol Sloan Fern Hams Ruth Shultz, Dor1s Body Mar1lyn Baugher Sh1rley Houck Cameron Drake Ed Welsh Eu gene Woods and Dav1d Lrfer PUPIIS e11g1b1e for the honor soclety are Dorothy Lybarger Dalene Work man Marllyn Baugher Nola Sma11 Faun Hams Larry Greer Harold Frank and Dav1d Llfer Dav1d Lrfer Page Twenty nme ' 1 3 I I .' . I D ' 1 V 'r I . I I . I . I Marilyn Bauqher, La Retta Holland, Ioe Weber, Ed Welsh, Conard Nyhart, 4th . , . ' , . . ' The C larron 1st ROW L to R Bobby Beck Bob H1ll Clenny Sm1th Richard Stumbaugh Ixm Colopy Henry Root Bob McDonald Eugene Mowery loe Piar Virgil Carr Znd ROW Kay White Noretta Colopy Billy Kerns Eddie Fry Charles Colopy Iohn Barnes Hedge Iarvis Don Shackle Tom Severns Ianet Durb1n Ida Lorenzen rd ROW Rita Greer Carol Rhodes Iuanita Crane Shirley Sapp Barbara Sapp Shirley Rice Dixie ,lriouck Clilnn Blanchard Betty Durbin Marilyn Shaffer Mary Hoagland lane Harlett Eva Banbury anice arr 4th ROW Ruth Sapp Kay Mizer Alma Butler Io Ann Lepley D1ana Logston Lulu Belle Chapman Mary lo Italiano lean Durbm lack Hall Glen Ferenbauqh Paul Schaub Sth ROW Tom Hill Mr McCorm1ck Mr Spearman Eighth Grade Notes There are 49 pupils in the eighth grade The class 1S d1v1ded into two rooms Mr MCCOIm1Ck has 37 pupils and Mr Spearman has twelve Thlrteen of the students are in the band Class officers of Mr McCorm1ck s room are President Eva Banbury Vice President Carol Spearman Treasurer Kay Mizer Secretary Mary Io Italiano Officers of Mr. Spearman s room are: President Marilyn Shaffer Vice President Eddie Fry Treasurer Iohn Barnes Secretary Ianet Durbin -Marilyn Shaffer Page Thirf y The Clarion 51 lst ROW Duck Everhart Rrchard Butts Ieanette Randles Mary Anna Tracy Dtane Cornell Sherla Dur bm Edna Root lame Zlmmerman Marxam Pcyne Ruby Carr Norma McM1llan 2nd ROW George Myers Dtck Gardner Peggy Rrdqway Martha Mrckley Nancy Beck Bonme ltalrano Nma Brumbauqh lrm Hashman ltm Loney Larry Grassbauqh Harold Wollord rd ROW Leon Blubaugh Helen Fesler Rosalve Schaub Merle Hall lack Holland Larry Shrrmplm Paul Durbrn Lanny Parnsh Davld Colopy Emma Burqett Mary Logston ROW Dons Nyhart Mary Prar Mary 5 holes Lyle Lyons Ronald Gomes Ioan Lusby Ioyce Mxzer Sue loyce Mrlls ROW Norma Baldrxdge Mr Spearman Floyd Walters Raymond Vess Clyde Huggnns Bob Swrtzer Dean Nxchols Mr Smrthhrsler Seventh Grade Notes At the present tlme there are thtrty frve students 1n the seventh grade At the beqmnmg of the year there were thlrty SIX but one student, Carol Lamb1 otte moved after a short tlme One student Bob Swltzer IS on the Iumor Hlgh Basketball team Sue Ioyce Mrlls and Mary Anna Tracy are Iunlor Hrgh Cheerleaders Mary Anna Tracy Page Thvrty one ' 7 4th ' y , ' . 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QC WO.-1-if 'U lst ROW L to R Bob McConnell Fred Myers Dxck Armstrong Lmda Smaxl Dolores Durbm Mary Ann Everhart Beatrxce Fesler Bob Durbm Ixmmy Nerderhouser Iohn Durbm Larry Clme 2nd ROW Leland Barnes Marcella Yearous Betty Laney Ianet Zollar Ianet Schaftner Mary Schaub Marlorle Mann Ioann Smrth Ianxce Akms Rosella Brown Ronald Shackle Ralph Lusby 3rd ROW Alxce Meehan Patrrcxa Whrte joella Mrller Mary Io Emmert Iuamta Turbev1lle Mr Cooper Don Lrfer Ilm Weber Carl Workman Paul Smrth S1Xth Grade Notes There are 41 pupxls 1n the s1xth grade composed of 21 boys and 20 grrls Mr Donald Cooper IS our teacher Two of the boys Glen Turney drums and Larry Chne clarmet play rn the Danvllle Band Some others who are practrcrng to be 1n the band are, Don Lrfer, Patrlcxa Whrte and Delores Durbm, who play clarrnets and Iames Nelderhouser who plays the slrde trombone Llnda Small Page Thtrfy two 0 I : 3' -V ,J-W L M e ' r' ff 4 M i- e- eeef e a as I A 1 a I ' ' if I .L I 5 -51 4.,l A 'I A If , ' 5 Q L A 1 Q , I VL i ' , fi- ' It Q fu:.-k. ' . v 7 lt 5 : ., I I I l I ' I I The Clarion Act1V1t1es if The Clarion 51 IIIII Y' 3 H ,, f lst HOW L to R Shxrley Workman Martha McM1llan Ma cma McDonald Helen Frasher Eva Bower Nancy Colopy JoAnn Sevltts Rosalre Walters Ruth Mrckley helen Pxgman Lrnda Small 2nd ROW Ralph Phrlllps Zane Wrlson Marrlyn Shaffer Mary Ann Tracy Tw1la Ferenbaugh Evelyn Zxmmerman Helen Vess Martha Calkrns Dorothy Chapman Annabelle Peterson r HOW Charles Durbm Charles Barnes Don Rrdgway Glen Mrclcley Carl Lesley Glen Hauger B111 McM1llan Carroll Shultz Dave Lrier Ted Gardner ROW Tom Sapp Arthur Prltcharcl Wayne Franks Blame Workman Eric Wlnterhalter Ilm S Clme hm R Clxne Gary Dldll'lqEI Mr Senh Clan 1072 Sm Edrtor Nancy Colopy Asslstant Echtors Helen Plgman Eva Bower Bus1ness Manager Wayne Frank Asslstant Managers Charles Barnes Glen M1CkleY C1ICUlal1OD Managers Gary Drdrnger Ass1stant C1rcu1at1on Managers Zane Wllson Bla1ne Workman James B Cllne School Calendar Shlrley Workman Sen1or Notes Eva Bower Jokes Wayne Prank Class Hlstory Helen Plgman Class Poem Eva Bower, Marclna McDonald Class W11l Dorothy Chapman Class Prophecy Carl Lesley Remember Them Wlth A Song Twlla Ferenbaugh Rosalxe Walters QCont1nued on page 631 Page Thxrfy four o 9 V A l fl I f ' l I' A--l .5 ' j . ,Y ls. 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The Clarion 51 1st ROW L to R Shrrley Mullet Ruth Mxckley Nola Small Dorothy Lybarqer Mary Colopy Mrs Inez Harlett Ruth Brown Dolores Colopv lva Tumey Shtrley Workman Nancy Colopy 2nd ROW Helen Vess Esther Small laun Eames Ianlce Hoagland Mary Harlett Erxc Wrnterhalter Manlyn Bauqher Kathryn Lrfer Ianrce Mumper Martha MclVl1llan Norma Zlmmerman r ROW Ianet Fesler Mary Durbm Charlre Durbm Glenn Mlckley Dave Vander Hooven Tom Fman galph Phglltps Harold Frank Dave McConnell Dave Lxfer Hazel Stemer Dalene Workman Eva ower a sent Honor Qouety Vrce Pres1dent Martha McM1l1an Secretary Mary Io Durb1n Treasurer Hazel Sterner The Alpha Beta Honor SOC1ety was orgamzed 1n 1932 to promote mterest 1n scholarshrp To be a member one must have 16 pornts a semester that IS a B average If the student has thlS many pomts 1n grades and act1v1t1es he IS 1n1t1 ated rnto the club On February 14 1951 15 new members Norma Z1mmerman Iva Turney Dave Vander Hooven Ralph Phllllps Tom Fman I1m Handles Dave McCon nell Dave L1fer Ianlce Hoagland Nola Small Mar1lyn Baugher Faun Harnes Dalene Workman Dorothy Lybarger and Harold Frank were mrtrated makmg a total of 33 members 1n the club After the 1n1txat1on a lunch was held rn the cafeterra Mrs Inez Harlett IS the AdV1SOI Page Thirty flve F M! President Glen Mickley The Clarion 57 an Xilinx v---,, ,,.,...-.- l 11-0- in 1:22- lst ROW L to R Betty Pkxns Bob Lybarqer Naomn Summers Shxrley Baker Evelyn Morns Irva Burgett Goldre Chapman Nancy C lopy Helen Pxaman Qara Conkle Dalene Workman 2nd ROW Martha McM1llan Eva Bower Irene Mrckley Bonnle Hartman Norma Zrmmerman Mullet Joann Durbm Caro vn Dunn Esther Sneml Mary Io Durbm Hazel Sterner 3rd HOW Shlrley Workman Maxrne Yearous Ioyce Landrs Ruth Mlckley Mary Italmo 4th ROW Mrs Iameson Bob Edqar Ianet Fesler Ianxce Hoagland Kathryn Lxier Iamce Mumper Colopy Ruth Brown Mary Loulse Colopy Margie MCGlHDlS Iva Mae Turney Tom Frnan Sth ROW Davrd Vander I-looven Mary Harlett Errc Wmterhalter B111 Mrller Tom Gardner Ralph Phrllrps Shrrley Dolores News Staff The School Parade Staff under the supervlsron of Mrs Iarneson rs composed of students Wxth a B average 1n Enghsh and wntxng ab1l1ty Each week the art1cles of these students are publlshed rn the Danvrlle Trmes In order to have an annual newspaper banquet the staff served at the Frederlcktown and Centerburg basketball games The offrcers are as follows Edrtor 1n Chlef Mary Io Durbm Senror Ed1lOI Martha McM1llan Feature Ed1tor Dolores Colopy Sports Edxtor Charles Durbm Martha McM1llan Page Thirty six i 1 nm 1 The Clarion 51 B13 91... lst ROWWL to R Floyd Mlckley Cha les Durbm Charles Farmer Bob Vess Lyle Kaylor Dave Lller M h 1 r ee er 2nd ROW Larry Smrth Carroll Shultz Harmon Whll9 Glen Mlckley 3rd ROW Lee McConnell Conard Nyhart Wayne Frank Charles Barnes Raymond Schmldt George Huggins Bllly Dye Davld McConnell 4th ROW Dtck MCGlhh1S Earl Mxckley Walter Rlce Arthur Pritchard Zane Wxlson Blame Workman Bob Mrll I kWhxt F dD b er ac e re ur rn 5th ROW Tom Sapp Grahmn Barnhart Kenneth Armstrong Future Farmers of Amer1ca Presrdent V1ce Presxdent Secretary Treasurer News Reporter Watch Dog Advrsor Th1s year there are thlrty two members tn the F Iunrors mne Sophomores and e1ght Freshmen To earn money the chapter fllled out crop allotment blanks for the Trlple A of the farms IH Iefferson Townshlp Th1s year we drstrlbuted 500 calendars sponsored by the merchants of Danvllle The chapter also plans to set out 5 000 seedllng trees We have a parlramentary procedure team wh1ch was rn the county contest Also we have basketball and softball teams wh1ch w1ll take part ln the county tournaments The chapter has a dalry judgmg team that wlll enter the county d1Sll'1Cl and state contest On February 9th f1V6 sen1ors took the state agrrculture senror scholarshlp tests at Mt Vernon Harmon Whlte Carroll Shultz Glen Mrckley Charles Farmer Charles Durbrn Charles Barnes T A Wheeler FA Three Sen1ors f1Ve den M1ckley Page Thrrty seven The Clarion 57 1stROW L to R Elsle Mlckley Phyllrs McM1llan Cameron Drake Ioyce Landrs lean Barnes 2nd ROW Lyle Lyons Iva Turney Norma Zrmmerman Jeanette Hams Marlene Armstrong Don Schackle Carroll Shultz Tommy Colopy Ann Blanchard Shlrley Rrce Karol Sloan Rlchard Stumbaugh Paul Schaub r ROW Larry Clme Irmmy Colopy Tommy Severns Shrrley Houck Bonnre Hartman Mrss Rrce Fern 4th ROW Kenneth Armstrong Ed Welsh DIXIE Houck Dons Body Betty Durbm Marxlyn Baugher Eugene Woods Davrd Lller Iohnn Colopy Lunetta Hams Band The Danvllle Band under the drrectron of Mlss Esther Sue RICE rece1ved new band umforms to wear durlng the year The money for the unrforms was rarsed w1th the help of the band mothers They played at all the home football games and traveled to Loudonv1lle, Mlllersburg and Frederrcktown to put on half tune shows They also played at the carmval at Uf1Ca and marched rn the parade held 1n Mt Vernon Carroll Shultz Page Thirty eight o 1 3 d -- ' , ' . , ' . ' . ' ' . Haines, Io Anne Banbury, Ruth Shultz, Iohn Lauderbauqh, Janet Durbin, Marilyn Shatter. . I . . . . I . - I I , . The Clarion 57 , I lst HOW L to R Rxchcrrd Lusby Bosalle Walters Karlene Smger Evelyn Morns Betty Aklns Hazel Steiner Bob Lyburger B111 Miller 2nd ROW Mr Parker Tom Sapp Zane Wxlson Kathryn Llfel' Iumce Mumper Wayne Frank 3rd HOW Curl Lesley Icmes S Clme Erxc Wxnterholter Iumes R Clme Mr Sentt School Patrol On all of the e1ght buses operatmg 1n the Danv1lle drstnct there are assrgned two patrol to each bus It IS the duty of the patrols to keep order on the bus at all tlmes to watch over small chlldren and to report any automobxle passers when the buses are stopped There are also four grade school patrols from Mr Cooper s class These trols dxrect ch1ldren dunng recess and at noon Enc W1nterhalter -I0 K 'I 'vf"kLQ"v',i,r21iWm K M" 'vka,- . 9... in Page Thirty-:nine The Clarion 57 lst ROW L to R Shtrley Mullet Dorothy Chapman Helen Frasher Io Ann Sevttts Helen Ptqman 2nd HOW Phyllxs McM111an Martha Calklns Annabelle Peterson Mary Harlett Kathryn Ltfer I.1brar1an Staff The hbrartan staff COHSISTS of fourteen qlrls Seven g1r1s are regular lrbra r1ans Iamce Hoagland Martha Calklns Helen Frasher Shlrley Mullett Evelyn Zlmrnerman Kathryn L1ier and Helen Plgman The seven asststants are Phyhs McM111an Dorothy Chapman Twtla Ferenbaugh Io!-Xnn Durbtn lol-Xnn Sevttts Mary Harlett and Annabelle Peterson The duty of these gtrls IS to Slqn out books for the students and to famtlrarlze the students W1th the llbrary system They are responslble for keeptng the 11 brary neat and presentable at all tlmes Helen Frasher Page Forty o 1 ,B I ' 3- 5 xx - I , ,y 3rd ROW Ianice Hoagland, Twila Ferenbaugh, Ioann Durbin, Evelyn Zimmerman, Mrs. Iameson. . 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The Clarion 51 1-T " ' lst ROW L to R Davrd Vander Hooven Helen Flasher Marcma McDonald Annabelle Peterson Martha Calklns Rosalle Walters Hazel Stelner Bob Edgar 2nd ROW Tom Sapp Iames Handles Arthur Pntchard Mrs Iameson Ianxce Mumper Tw1la Ferenhaugh Iames S Cllne Eric Wlnterhalter Speech Class Notes The Speech Class under the d1rect1on of Mrs Iameson 15 made up of junrors and sen1ors The classroom aCl1V1t19S xncluded debates memor1zat1on of poetry 1earn1ng correct methods of parhamentary procedure and the presentauon of rnarlonette plays Th1s class was also 1n charge of the Fr1day noon assembly programs There are four cornmlttees for plann1ng these noon programs The cha1rmen of these comm1ttees are Er1c W1nterhalter Robert Edgar Hazel Ste1ner and Marclna McDonald Iames S Cl1ne Page Forty one ,J The Clarion '51 lst ROW L to H Ralph Plullps Carl Lesley Iames S Clme Erlc Wmterhalter Glen Hauger Bob Edgar 2nd Row Martha McM1llan Norma Zimmerman Hazel Stemer Chrxs Tracy Bob Lybarqer Dolores Colopy Shlrley Workman 3rd ROW Iamce Mumper Mary Io Durbin Mrs jameson Le Cercle Francals Presldent Martha MCMIIIBD Secretary Shxrley Workman Treasurer Chns Tracy Le Cercle Francals held meetings each month All business and entertain ment were conducted 1n French untll gxven permrssion to speak Engllsh Fmes were charged to those drsobeymg these rules Each year an assembly program xs given by the French Club A tea was gxven for the Llttle Romans Latln Club for the Chnstmas meeting Shlrley Workman Page Forty two Vice President or 7, Iames S. Cline The Clarion '51 lst ROW L to R Paul ODonnel1 Phyllls McM1llan Dalene Workman Irva Burgett Nancy Durbln Cameron Drake Conard Treen Znd ROW Iurxs Murnleks Helen Durbin Ianlce Hoagland Marlene Armstrong Sara Conkle Ioanne Ban bury Ianet Fesler 4th ROW Harold Frank Ausma Podmeks Marrlyn Baugher B111 Shumal-cer Tom Gardner Latm Club Notes The Lat1n Club has twenty three members of the f1rst and second year Latln classes The club meets regularly every month under the gurdance of Mrs Jameson Offrcers for 1950 51 were Presldent Ianlce Hoagland Vrce Presrdent Ianet Fesler Secretary Tommy Gardner Treasurer Phylhs McM1llan The Latm Club gave an assembly program whlch had a drama Pyramus and Thrsbe and entertarned the French Club rn February wrth a program and party Ianrce Hoagland Page Forty three Grd ROW Esther Smail, Kathleen Finan, Nola Smail, La Retta Holland. Dorothy Lybarqer, Mrs. Iameson. 1 The Clarion 57 'T l F"""'lt 3 OW t MMI Wlt 2dROWDthyChp D 1 py How kl y s Cl 1 y Senior Class Play The Senior Class Play The Bram Storm a comedy showing the struggles of a college youth as he discovers and asserts h1s true independent spirit was P resented on April 26 with the following cast Wllloughby Adams a shy meek likable boy Eric Winterhalter Inner Wllly Willoughbys lnner self Carl Lesley Iohnny Newton J Glen Mickley Harvey Downs D Frrends of Willouqhbys Glen Hauger Ralph Iones D Wayne Frank Coach Lloyd football coach Charles Durb1n Chuck Martin smart Alec Iames S Cline Hank Iohnson football player Charles Barnes Sally Bishop pert ambltious girl Martha McMillan Aunt Louise J Rosahe Walters Aunt Olga J Wllloughbys devoted aunts Martha Calkms Evelyn Zimmerman Marclna McDonald Nancy Colopy Helen Frasher Dorothy Chapman Ioann Sevltts Twila Ferenbaugh B111 McMillan Tom Sapp Martha Iameson Aunt Hester j Marybell Turner plain dull girl Lot ie D Marion D Anna D enthusiastic rooters Kay D Dorothy J Stage Manager Assistant Stage Manager Director 0 1 lst R , L. to R. Charles Barnes, Twilu Ferenbcuqh, Mar hu c ilan, Evelyn Zimmerman, Rosalie u ers, Helen Fresher, Curl Lesley. n P- oro o man, Murcinu Mc oncr d, Mrs. Icrmeson, Ncmcy Colo , Joann Sevitts, Helen rqmcxn. 3rd Glen Mic e , Iomes . ine, Glen Hcruqer, Eric Win erhulter. Wa ne Frank, Charles Durbin. - H . H - 1 1 1 I . I I I . . . . . , . I I . - H H - , . I 1 I . . . t The Clarion 57 ..,,J.. .J..,...4. 1tROW yH yAl t y tyB Mkly 2dROW ClpyB y M y LydSh Bll Mll 3 d ROW ph Ph ll p Ch h dt B b dq B b Lyb q jumor Class Play The Iunior Class Play In Spring The Sap was given April 5 with the fol lowing cast I Oliver Twibbly Chris Tracy Melville Kadenza Bob Edgar Mrs Mlnce Ianice Mumper Violet Mary Sue Rice Vickie Wickerson lrene Mickley Pam Broomwell Alice Smith Philip D111 Bob Lybarger Rockhead McGuire Raymond Schmidt Professor Squmtin Glower Ralph Phillips Iosephme Skibutski Norma Zimmerman Mrs Gertrude Hawley Strckney Kathryn Lifer Prudence Prim Shirley Baker Henry Graves Charles Schaub Susie-Mae Younghope Iva Mae Turney Dr. Matilda Guppie Mary Harlett Stage Manager David VanderHooven Prompters Mary Io Durbin Dolores Colopy, Bill Miller Sound Effects Tom Finan Dan Sheasby Make-up and Costumes Hazel Steiner, Bonnie Hartman Director Richard Myser Page Forty-five 9 Clarion '51 IANUARY 10 Helen Vess 23 Eva Bower FEBRUARY Bla1ne Workman Martha Calkms Helen Prgman Martha McM1l1an MARCH ll Glen Hauger 16 Arthur Prrtchard 23 Charles Durbrn MAY 8 B111 McM1l1an 15 Glen Mrckley 28 Rosalle Walters IUNE 4 IoAnn Sevrtts 18 Er1c Wrnterhalter 24 Wayne Frank Birthdays AUGUST 6 Tom Sapp 8 Ted Gardner 8 Bob Mtller 15 Carl Lesley SEPTEMBER 6 Twrla Ferenbaugh 18 Zane Wrlson 23 Nancy Colopy OCTOBER 8 Iames S Clme 15 Shlrley Workman 19 Gary Drdxnger 23 Evelyn Zlmmerman NOVEMBER 13 Don Rrdgeway 29 Helen Frasher DECEMBER Dorothy Chapman Charles Barnes Marcrna McDonald IULY 31 Annabelle Peterson 28 Carroll Shultz 29 Iames R Cl1ne CLASS PROPHECY CCont1nued from page 23 J v1lle On the road agam our talk drrfted back to our classmates Zane Wtlson went 1nto bus1ness by startmg a nrght club 1n Ierhrco And Arthur Prltchard IS hot used car salesman rn Centerburg ator Iames R Cl1ne VVe always thought Irm would make a good po11t1c1an Rosalre also had some rnterestrng news about Helen Vess She had lust been promoted to a Colonel m the Wacs B111 MCM111BH fmally followed 1n hrs father s footsteps and became a school teacher at C nterburg As we fmally reached Danvrlle I saw two srgns that lnterested me Ftrst was Annabelle Petersons Reducmg Saloon followed by Martha Calkms Beauty Shoppe When I frnally pulled up 1n front of the school house the most wonderful srght 1n the whole world greeted me For nearly everyone of my classmates was standmg there tn front of the school w1th a look of compassron for the days gone by Wrth my heart 1n my throat and a shameless tear rn my eye I Jorned my frrends rn sxlent prarse of our Alma Mater Carl Lesley Page Forty six 3 . 8 . 17 ' ' 22 ' ' ' ' 9 13 23 ' Reaching for a match to light my cigarette I saw on the cover Vote for Sen- The Clarion '51 Athleucs The Clarion 51 OWL 1 y th Mky Y zdnowny diBb ag 1 b Rq y 1 Wk lt hd 41 ROWI R yDd hN ldKy Varslty Football Notes Left End Glen Hauger Sen1or Ioe Proper Sophomore Left Tackle-Carl Lesley Sen1or Raymond Schmidt Iunior Left Guard Glen Mlckley Senior Arthur Pntchard Sen1or Center Charles Schaub Iumor Tommy Gardner Freshman Rlght Guard-Charles Barnes Senior Donald H1dgeway Senior H1ght Tackle Charles Durbm Sen1or Don Emmert Sophomore Hlght End Wayne Frank Sen1or Eric Winterhalter Senior Quarter Back hm S Cllne Sen1or Bob Edgar Iunior Leftl-lalf Charles Farmer Iunlor -Chr1s Tracy Iumor H1ghtHali Blalne Workman Senior B111 M11ler Iunior Full Back Harmon Whlte Sophomore Charles Fox Freshman Our dependable subs were B111 Shumaker Bob Cline and Walter Rice This year the Mohican League of which Danville IS a member held a pre v1ew game at Loudonvllle The Blue Devils played Mlllersburg in a game which ended 0 to O The Blue Devils started the season off against Ut1ca at Danville Memorial Park The boys played hard and held the Redsklns scoreless but they also falled 1n their attempts to score Th1S 0 to O t1e was played on September 15 1951 On September 22 the Blue Devils traveled to Mifflin where they suffered a 75 to O setback at the hands of the powerful cowboys Pc ge Forty eight v v lst R , . to R. Eric Win erhaller, Wa ne Frank, Charles Durbin, Charles Barnes, Ar ur Pritchard. Glen ic le , Carl Lesle . Glen Hauger. n a mond Schmi , o E ar, Char es Schau , Don id ewa , Baine or man, Iames S. Cline, Bill Miller. Charles Farmer, Chris Tracy. 3rd ROW Charles Fox, loseph Proper, Bob Cline, Don Emmert, Harmon White, Bill Shumaker, Tom Gard- ner. Wa er Rice. Coach Ric ar Myser. h im andles. Manager, Gai' i inqer. Coac eil Spearman, Head Coach. Rona a lor. i . t 1 . ,, . 1 . . 1 . , . . ,, - . . 1 . ,1 . - . ,, . . 1 . ,i - . 1 . ,1 . . -Q . , . . 1 . , -n . , . . g . - g . 1 . 1 . ,, . . 1 . , - 1 . The Clarion 57 The next Frlday nrght September 29 the Blue Dev1ls were host to Dennr son The game was h1gh11gl'ted by an 80 yard touchdown run made by B111 Mrller the Blue Dev1ls rrght half Even so the Rarlroaders won 13 to 7 On October 6 the Blue Dev1ls lourneyed to Loudonvllle Blame Workman scored Danvllle s only touchdown as the Red B1rds set us back 25 to 6 On October 13 whrch was Dad s Nlght the Blue Dev1ls played host to Bell v1lle C D Hauger Leland Barnes and Charles Workman were the honorary Dads of Dad s But the Blue Iays beat us 13 to 7 The Blue Dev1ls journeyed to Cardrngton on October 20 lt was a hard fought battle but when the smoke cleared away Cardlngton had won 19 to 7 Glen Hauger scored our touchdown on a pass from Harmon Whxte On October 26 the Blue Dev1ls went to Mrllersburg The boys dldnt get started untll the last quarter when Harmon White hrt Glen Hauger w1th a long pass for a T D The game ended w1th Mrllersburg ahead 46 to 7 November 2 was Homecomrng Nrght and the Blue Dev1ls were host to the Centerburg Troyans Thxs years Homecomrng Queen was Martha McM1llan Her attendants were Eva Bower Iva Mae Turney Ianlce Hoagland and Dalene Workman In the second quarter Arthur Prrtchard Blue-Dev1l guard broke through the l1ne and tackled the Trolan ball carrler behlnd the goal l1ne g1v1ng Danvrlle a two pornt lead But rn the last quarter Centerburg scored and the game ended wxth the Trolans ahead 6 to 2 On November 10 the Blue Dev1ls journeyed to Frederrcktown The boys fought hard and played good ball but were beaten 14 to 0 Irm S Clme Athletrc Leaders OW L kl y h Edq W y 2dROWGyDdg t M M MY Bl Wk Wht Page Forty mne . . I I - . .- . A . , . . I I - - . . . , . I . . . ' . , . . , . . I I - - 1 1 I I - . . . - Y 12 I . . A 1 of ? ' ' C -1 1 Q .fs Il Q , 'L l.. L 1 5 I L -- A 5' ' lst R , . to R, Charles Durbin, Glen Mic e , Carroll S ultz. Charles Barnes, Charles Farmer, Bob ar, Iim Cline, a ne Frank. n ar 1 in er, Eric Win erhalter, Mr. Parker, Mr. Kaylor, Mr, Senit, r. Spearman. r. ser. aine or man, Harmon ie. The Clarlon 51 1s ROW L to R Dav1d Colopy Lanny Parr1sh Fred Myers R1chard Gardner R1chard Stumbaugh Larr Grassbau h Y Q 2nd ROW B111 Madsen I1m Emmert B111 Summers Earl M1ck1ey Graham Barnhart Don Hoagland Charles M111er Charles Harmer 3rd ROW Don Shackle Iohn Barnes Conard Nyhart Edd1e Welsh Charles Schaub Don Lauqhery Paul ODonne1l I1m Laney umor High Football Notes The L1tt1e Blue Dev1ls played 4 games and won 1 Danv1lle lost the hrst game to Mt Vernon Co1urnb1a 14 7 Earl M1Ckl9Y made Danv1lle s touchdown on a pass from B111 Madsen Danv1lle won the second game over Fredencktown SO on a quarterback sneak by Don Laughrey Mlllersburg swamps the boys 33 0 1n the thlrd game In the fourth game Centerburg beat Danv1lle 19 7 B111 Shumaker made Dan v111e s touchdown on a 50 yard run Charles Durb1n Page Ffffy I , . . ' , ' , , ' , ' . . . ' - I . , . - 1 The Clarion 51 '5 4 ls ROW L to R e Gen IC y Ha ger Erc Wnterhalte e Wok a Way e F k C oll Shult ran a 2nd ROW Carl Lesley Manager Bob Edgar Lloyd Sheasby Ron ld Kaylor Coach Bob Lybarg r Chr T acy Charl s Ba n s Manage Varslty Basketball Notes The Danv1lle Blue Devxls had a very successful basketball season We play ed 17 games before the tournament and lost 3 games Thls record placed us 1n a three way t1e for the Knox County Champ1onsh1p In the tournament we defeated Amrty 65 22 But then Howard and Freder 1cktown defeated us g1v1ng us only fourth place 1n the tournament In season play the team scored 862 pomts an average of 507 pomts per game Opponents had scored 709 for an average of 41 l polnts per game Page Frfty one 9 Clorfon 51 The members Glen M1ckley Wayne Frank Erlc Wlnterhalter Blame Workman Glen Hauqer Carroll Shultz Gary Dldlnqer Lloyd Sheasby o the Blue Devlls squad are Pos Class Bfrslxctb 111 Schcdulc Dec Danv1lle Dec Danv1lle Dec Danv1lle Dec Danv1lle Dec Danv1lle an Danv1lle an Danv1lle an Danv1lle an Danv1lle an Danv111e an Danv1lle an Danv1lle Feb Danv1lle Feb Danv1lle Feb Danv1lle Feb Danv1lle COUNTY TOURNAMENT Feb Danv1lle eb Danv1lle Feb 24 Page Flffyrwo Danv1lle f ' : A . . Ht. ' ' R.F. Sr. 5-10 122 8.1 L.F. Sr. 5-11 1'4 9.1 ' ' C. Sr. 6-3 209 12.3 ' L.G. Sr. 6-1 200 11.7 R.G. Sr. 5-11 88 5.1 R.F. Sr. 5-10 50 3.1 ' ' L.F. Sr. 5-11 12 1.2 C. Ir. 6-4 22 2.8 4 ' ' A 2 ' A A . 6 ' 46 ' 32 Dec. 8 Danville 41 Howard 40 . 12 ' 43 ' 31 . 15 ' 50 ' 18 . 19 ' 40 ' 34 . 29 ' 57 . ' 58 I . 3 ' 45 ' 36 I . 5 ' 51 48 1 . 9 ' 51 . ' 44 I . 12 ' 62 ' 38 I . 19 ' 50 ' 54 I . 23 ' 49 29 I . 26 ' 54 ' 42 . 3 ' 36 ' 41 . 6 ' 60 48 . 8 ' 55 . ' 57 . 12 ' 72 50 . 15 ' 65 ' 22 F . 23 ' 39 48 . ' 45 ' 59 Total v Pomts per game D Gambler Uuca Amrty Fredencktown Newark St Franc1s Be11v111e Centerburg St Vrncent Mrllersburg Gambrer Howard Loudonvrlle Freder1cktown Centerburg St V1ncent Bladensburg Amrty Howard Frederrcktown Charles Durbm The Clarion 51 OWL! Fy kyBbCl h hllp P e l Sc nROW Mcmq DIG nW Wt M Spa hy Gd Reserves Basketball Notes Under the coach1ng of Nell Spearman the Iumor Blue Dev11s won 7 out of 16 games Th1S IS not an 1mpress1ve record but the boys were very scrappy and well coached The boys scored 586 pomts for an average of 36 7 pomts per game Opponents scored 540 pomts for an average of 33 7 pomnts per game Th1s 1S very good compared to the record The scores of ihe games were as follows Danv111e Danv111e Danvllle Danvllle Danvxlle Danv111e Danvxlle Danvllle Gambler Howard Ut1ca Armty Fredencktown Newark St Francxs Bel1v111e Centerburg Danvllle Danvllle Danvllle Danvllle Danvxlle Danv11le Danvllle Danvllle St V1ncent Mxllersburg Gambler Howard Loudonvllle Frederlcktown Centerburg St V1ncent Charles Durbm Page Fifty three The Clarion 51 OW Lt Dc G c dS! py y g Edd 3dROW M My B M p un1or H1gh Basketball Notes The L1tt1e Blue Dev11s played 5 games before the tournament and won 1 Th1s year the Iunlor Hlgh tournament was played at Danv111e SCORES Danvllle 29 Gambler Danvllle 33 Amlty 16 Danv111e 16 Howard Danvxlle 21 Howard 24 Danv111e 5 Gamb1er 34 TOURNAMENT Danv1lle 17 Gambler 29 Page Fifty four . 1 lst R , . o R. - i k ardner, Ri hor umbcugh, Dcxve Colo . Larr Grcrssbcru h, ie Fry. 2nd ROW- George Myers, John Lcruderbauqh, Tom Severns, Bob Switzer. Don Shcrckles, Lyle Lyons, John Barnes. r r. ser, Bob eck. Ioe Piczr, Tom Hill, lim Loney, Paul Durbin, r. S earmcrn. The Clorlon 51 Chccrlcadcrs Th1s year the student body selected a new cheerleader from the freshmen room Sara Conkle Blue slacks w1th whlte blouses and sweaters were our outhts durmg the football season Durlng the basketball season we wore blue clrcular skrrts w1th the same Whlle blouses and sweaters The homecomrng dance and Dad s Nrght were sponsored by we cheerlead ers We have enloyed leadmg the cheers fh1S year and w1sh to thank the student body for therr unfa1l1ng support Martha McM11lan Page Mft! five - 1 Som Conkle, Ionice Hooqlond, Irene Mickley, Martha McMillan 2 L L The Clarion '51 lst HOW L to R Chrls Tracy Eugene Woods Cameron Drake Dale Grassbaugh Charles Mrller Conard Treen Warren Myers 2nd r Larry Smrth Drck McG1nn1s Don Laughery Ixmmy Emmert Paul O Donnell ROW Charles Farmer B1llM1ller Larry Greer Davrd Vander Hooven Brll Madsen Eddre Welsh Davrd Lrfer Charles Harmer Lee McConnell Brll Summers BOW Bob Edgar B1llShumaker Bob Lybarqer Ioseph Weber Charles Du bm Charles Barnes Charles Schaub Glenn Mrckley Carl Lesley Raymond Schmldt Ted Gardner Carrol Shultz HOW hr Kaylor Mr Myser Mr Spearman Bob Clme Charles Fox Tom Gardner ROW Carroll Stull Jack While Don Rrdqeway Ga1lLaughery Wayne Frank Iames S Clrne Iames R Clme Tom Fman Mr Sen!! ROW Glen Hauger Lloyd Sheasby Eldon Anull Floyd Mxckley Johnny Colopy Herman Mann Bob Mrller Ralph Phxllrps Don Emmert Walter Rice Harold Frank ROW Conard Nyhart hm Bell Earl Mrckley lrm Handles Davrd McConnell ROW Dean Workman Arthur Prrtchard Wrllram McM1llan Brlly Dye George Huggrns Iurxs Murnreks Don Hoagland Karles Stradrus Tommy Colopy HOW Tom Sapp Kenneth Armstrong Harmon Whrte Blame Workman Zane Wrlson Errc Wrnterhalter Leonard Bell Gary Dxdmger Robert Vess Merwlyn Mullet Boys Intramural Sports Durmg the wmter we were entertarned each Monday and Wednesday noons by boys rntramural basketball teams Those boys who were captarns thrs year were, Glen Hauger Glen Mrckley Enc Wrnterhalter Bla1ne Workman, hm S Cl1ne and Wayne Frank Bla1ne Workman s team had the most successful sea son rn number of vrctorres but all the boys had fun The boys were under the able drrectlon of Mr Senft I S Clme Page Frffy srx N 3 a . - . ' . . , , r ' , , , 4th I . . . , . , ' , , . Sth - , ' , ' . 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' ' , , a The Clarion 51 .141 lst ROW L to R Marcella McDonald Ohve Smlth Nola Sma1l Evelyn Morrls Ruth Shultz Ellse Mlckley Irva Burqett Nancy Durbm Dalene Workman Hazel Stemer Mary Rtce Eva Bower .md ROW Helen Pxgman Marcrna McDonald Shtrley Kent Helen Frasher Betty Akxns Sara Conkle Dorothy Lybarqer I' Faun Haines Ioyce Landls Maxine Yearous Phyllis McMillan IoAnn Sevxtts ROW IoAnn Banbury Shrrley Houck Annabelle Peterson Annabelle Hayman Karol Sloan Lunetta Harnes Dons Body Ioan Barnes Nancy Colopy Ioyce Mlckley Shxrley Workman Martha McMllan Kathryn Lrler Dolores Colopy Mary Durbm Nedra Payne Margaret Strmqtelloav Martha Strmqtellow ROW Ioann Durbm La Retta Holland Ltllxan Smrth Karlene Smqer Esther Small Mary Harlett lanlce Mumper Norma Zxmmerman Janet Fesler Mary Louxse Colopy Allce Smrth ROW Marlene Armstrong Shrrley Mullet Iva Turney Twlla Ferenbauqh Evelyn Zlmmerman Shlrley Baker Irene Mrckley Naorm Summers Betty Swttzer ROW Mxss Rxce lanetta Hames Ausma Podnteks Marqle MCGIHHIS Helen Vess Martha Calkrns Mr Srnlthhrsler Glrls Intramural Sports At the begmnmg of the school year SIX sen1or grrls chose volley ball teams The captams were Eva Bower Dorothy Chapman Nancy Colopy Twlla Feren baugh Irene Kent, MGTCIDB McDonald Rosalle Walters and Evelyn Z1mmer man When the weather got colder SIX other captalns were chosen for basketball They were Helen Frasher Helen P1gman Martha MclVl1llan Helen Vess Rosahe Walters and Sh1rley Workman In the sprtng softball teams were organrzed w1th sen1or g1rls as captams The grrls played on Tuesdays and Thursdays The games were refereed by members of the Athletrc Leaders Page Fifty seven - 1 t : . t t 3 a ' . ' I ,Q l I , I , ' , ' , 4th ROW HuthABrown, Carolyn Dunn, Fern -Haines, Rosalie Walters, Kathleen. Flnan. Helen Durbin, Bonnie Hartman. Sth I I I I , ' I , I . 4 . ' , ' , ' 1 I I I - I I - The Clorron 57 7th and 8th Grade Boys Intramural Sports 111111 fan:-1 'TK lst nd or Sth ROW L to R lack Holland Rmhard Butts Rmhard Everhart loe P1ar Rrchczrd Slumbaugh Robert H111 Irmmy Colopy Harold Wolford Eugene Mowery George Myers Leon Blubaugh ROW Merrxl Hall Richard Gardner Hedge Iarvxs Robert Beck Eddre Frye Tommy Severns lohnny Barnes Tommy H111 Larry Grassbauqh Davld Colopy HOW Bxlly Kerns Vrrg11 Carr Ilmmy Hashman Larry Shrlmplln Paul Durbln Lanny Parrlsh Clenny Smlth Don Schackle Raymond Vess Dean Nlchols ROW Robert Swltzer Floyd Walters Charles Colopy Henry Root Robert McDonald Glenn Ferenbcruqh Ronald Gomes Charles Carter Jack Loney Lyle Lyons Paul Schaub lack Hall Clyde Hugqms ROW Mr McCorm1ck Mr Spearman Mr Senft Page Flffy eight l I 7 . , 52, 1 Q Vt T 4 I 44 " Y K . - r ' ff lr ' 'H -. Ad . I . . I .I A , .V .V , I , I 4th ' . . , , I . ' . ' , The Clarion '51 7th and 8th Grade G1rls Intramural Sports s ROW L to H Lulu Belle Chapman Shlela Durbm Norma McM11lan Maman Payne Drone Cornell Mary Lrqston Edna Root lame Zrmmerman Nma Brumbauqh Ieanette Handles Bonme Italrano Emma Burgett 2nd ROW Kay Whxte Nornta Colopy Barbara Sapp Helen Baldrrdqe Mary Ann Tracy Peqqy Hrdqeway Martha Mrckley Nancy Beck Ianet Durbln Ida Lorenzen Scholes Mary Io ltalrano ROW Carole Rhodes Mary Hoagland Dons Nyhart Mary Ellen Ptar Alma Bulter lane Harlett Betty Durbtn Eva Ban bury Iaann Durbln Marxlyn Shatter 5th HOW Ruth Sapp Drxxe Houck Hlta Greer Iuamta Cram Kay Mrzer Dorothy Loqston Ianet Carr Mr Smxthhxsler Page F fly nmo ' y 3rd ROW Ann Blanchard, Shirley Sapp, Ioann Lepley, Rosalie Schaub, Ioyce Mizer, Sue Ioyce Mills, Ioan Lusby, Mary 4th , , ' , ' , , , ' , . e Clarion 51 SEPTEMBER OCTOBER NOVEMBER DECEMBER 22 Page Sixty School Calendar Labor Day Teachers Meet1ng School Opens Board Meetrng Ordered caps and gowns Band Mothers Meet1ng Frre Dr1ll Football game wrth Dennlson Senator Robert Taft speaks Board of Education Meetlng Movle Buckskln Frontler Ser1es ot Achrevement Tests Ser1es of Achxevement Tests Teachers Meetmg The Holland Co Lyceum Number Bookmobrle Day End of trrst SIX weeks Game wxth Be1lv111e Danv11le Teachers Meetmg Danvrlle versus Frederlcktown rn a Danvrlle versus Cardmgton Teachers Meetmg Danvrlle versus Mrllersburg Danvrlle Iumor Hrgh versus Mlllersburg Iumor Hrgh Bookmobrle Day Iunlor Hlgh Game Danvrlle versus Centerburg Representatlve from Ashland College MOVIE Out West Wlth The Peppers Theater Nrght Lyceum Number Laftacade Danv111e versus Frederrcktown Arm1st1ce Day A trlm by Ralph Brown Federal Securrty Agent Bookmobrle Day Thanksgrvrng vacatlon End of 2nd s1x weeks Board Meetrng 1st Basketball game wrth Gambler Mt Vernon Merchant Day School dxsmlssed Danvrlle F F A Parliamentary Procedure Danvxlle versus Howard Bookmobrle Day Danvrlle versus Ut1ca F F A Parents and Son Banquet Recerved name cards Danvrlle versus Amrty Movie Dxcken s Chrrstmas Carol Pr1nc1pal Meet1ng Danvllle versus Fredencktown Chrlstmas vacatron 4- 4h , . 5- 6, . 18- 25- ' ' 26- ' ' 29- ' ' 29- 2i . . 3- . . 4- . . 5h , . 9- . 10- ' 13- ' ' 13- ' ' 17- ' ' ' 19- . . . . . 20- ' ' 23- ' ' 26- ' ' 26- . . . . . . 31- ' 2- . 3-Teachers' Convention 6- . 8- . 9- ,, ., 10- . . 11- . . 16- ' 20- ' 21- ' 23- . . . 24- ' 4- . 5- . . 6- U -n . . 7- ' . . . 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The Clorlon 51 JANUARY FEBRUARY MARCH APRIL MAY Bookmob1le Day Danv11le versus Be11v111e Movle Shut My B1g Mouth Ag game w1th Centerburg Danv1lle versus Centerburg Danv1lle versus St V1ncent Lyceum Number Cole Marxonettes End of frrst semester 2nd semester begms Danv1lle versus Frederlcktown 17-Commun1ty Instltute Communlty 1nst1tute Danvllle versus Gambler Communlty Instltute Lyceum Number Buttons Bookmobxle Day Ag game wlth Mt Vernon Danvllle versus Gambler ln a Iumor H1gh Game Danvllle versus Loudonvllle Danv1l1e versus Centerburg State Patrol F1lm Danvllle versus St V1ncent Danvxlle versus Bladensburg Bookmob1le Day Honor Soclety In1t1at1on Ag game wrth Frederlcktown Knox County Tournament Knox County Tournament Iunlor H1gh Tournament Iumor s choose class play Semor s choose class pla Danvllle versus Howard 1n Knox County Tournament 23-Movle M1ckey Fmals of Knox County Tournament Free Chest X Rays Bookmobrle Day Movxe Howards of Vlfglnla Sophomores ordered rmgs Bookmobrle Day 29 Grade School Operetta 5-Movxe Noose Hangs H1gh 5 Iumor Class Play 10 Lyceum Number The Howells 19 Iumor Semor Banquet 26 Semor Class Play 15-Recelved caps and gowns 20 Baccalaureate 21 Commencement Shlrley Workman Page Sixty one 2- . 2- . . 4- . ' 5- . 9- ' . ' 11- " ' " 12- ' 15- ' 16- ' ' 18- ' ' 19- ' ' 20- ' ' 23- " ' " 23- ' 24- . ' . 25... . . . . . 26- . . 6- . 8- . 9- ' . ' 12-Ordered invitations 13- ' 13- ' 13- . . . . 14- . ' ' 15- 16- 17- ' ' 20- ' ' 21- ' ' y 23- ' ' 24- ' 28- - 6- . 15- ' 27- ' 9 Clarion As. .L Y 4 .-.,. '? ,- 'W 1, lst 2nd r 7th ROW ROW HOW ROW HOW ROW ROW -q L to R Weddlncr Dow Broloqy hlkc Llttle Gary Nlce cur Old Pcrls More hike Lets Sled ride Donnxe Queen and cttendcrls Blq crush purlo mold Kay Qkxrl de G11 Our Queen Our Morqlz Merry go round hcl! the twxns Semors os Freshmen P015 Old Homes Softball Young Bluedevxl Much more hxke Band iorrrcmon Roses between tho ns Who has lh Tom Three musketeers Brq nrqht Page Slxfy fwo 'Q-. .l I? il- ' '51 F ' V V . .ff U 'M' - - A 5 t ,, . E ' . 4 of h- . - nj I , f r- ' - 5 X Ki -, n r V I Q g 'vm fi In ,' . il. , S V , A lt. I . .. . 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A , I V The Clorlon 57 Remember Them By A Song Evelyn Zxmmerman Helen Frasher Martha McM11lan Shlrley Workman Helen Plgman Marcma McDonald Dorothy Chapman Annabelle Peterson Zane Wllson Donald R1dgeway Wayne Frank Helen Vess Iames S Cllne IoAnn Sevltts Gary D1d1nger Charles Durb1n Glen M1ck1ey Robert M1l1er Eva Bower Carroll Shultz Martha Calk1ns Glen Hauger Enc Wmterhalter Bla1ne Workman Nancy Colopy Carl Lesley Iames R Clme W1ll1am MCM1llaH Ted Gardner Thomas Sapp Charles Barnes Arthur Prltchard Ill Get By Brush Those Tears From Your Eyes Smoke Gets In Your Eyes Th1nk1ng Of You Star Dust Po1son Love Traglc Romance There s Been A Change In Me Penny A Klss Underneath The K1ss1n Rock Bushel and a Peck Whlsperlng Hope I Dont Want to Set the World On Flre Always Tennessee Waltz Orange Colored Sky Nevertheless Abba Dabba Honeymoon I Sald My Pajamas And Put On My Prayers The Th1ng Take It Back And Change It For A Boy Someday Woody Wood Pecker Far Away Places Deep Purple Sent1mental Me Remember Me Im The One Who Loves You School Days Harbor Llghts Good Morn1ng Iudge Third Man Theme Im Lookmg Over A Four Leaf Clover Now that we have all your favorlte songs we w1ll now tell you ours whlch IS God Please Protect Amenca Rosahe Walters Twlla Ferenbaugh Alumnl Helen Frasher Snapshots Twlla Ferenbaugh Rosal1e Walters Iunlor Notes Ralph Ph1ll1ps Sophomore Notes Ruth M1ckley Freshmen Notes Elghth Grade Seventh Grade Slxth Grade Athlet1c Notes Faculty Advlsor Dav1d L1fer Marllyn Shaffer Mary Tracy L1nda Small Charles Durb1n Iames S Clme D F Senft Page Srxfy three CContinued from page 34 J 8 Clorlon 57 Hrstory of Danvrllc Danvrlle rs a small but acttve town whrch boasts a populatron of around a thousand Its streets are lmed wrth trees whrch add much to the appearance of the town whether heavy wrth folrage or bent down w1th the wetght of the heavy snow which we sometrmes have Market Street whrch rs also Natronal Route 62 rs espectally pretty wrth tts archway of huge maple trees Route B2 through Danvrlle has recently been repaved and rs very nrce A traffrc lrght was rnstalled some trme ago at the corner of the grade school In the lower or south end of town commonly known as Buckeye rs found frrst of all the Dan vrlle Memorial Park There IS a nrce football freld wrth lrghts for mght games and bleachers for the spectators Thrs rs where the hrgh school plays therr games There rs also a baseball freld whrch rs equipped wrth lxghts bleachers and a small burldrng for refreshments In the summer free shows are shown On the 4th of Iuly and Labor Day the Legton and Auxrlrary have concesslons Next are found Workmans Dodge Garage The Commerclal Savmgs Bank Hoagland and Stachler Coffee Shop grocery and dry goods store Campbells Confectronary the Bu Tee Beauty Shoppe Banbury Lumber Co and gotng on up street you wrll see Hammonds Grocery The Danvrlle Hard ware and Scholes Electrical Applrance Store Turnrng nght you wtll observe our new depot Our old depot was demolxshed rn the summer of 1948 when a frerght tram crashed mto tt durrng the nrght Next to rt rs Kaylors elevator On across the rarlroad tracks rs Plus Durbrns new Sohro Statron whrch was Just fmrshed last summer Near rt rs the Amerrcan Legron Home part of whrch houses Groseclose Upholstery Shop The brg yellow brrck burldmg rs the Crrse factory They make electrrc sheets and thermostats Next rn hne rs Edgars Funeral Home and Shaffers Chevrolet Garage whrch has a new addrtron On the opposrte srde of the street are Blubaughs Ford Tractor Sales McM1llans Case Implement Kennedys Ford Garage Bross Electrtcal Servrce Holt Implement Ferrys Tavern and the Parrrsh Poultry Co The next buxldrng rs occupred by Srmmons grocery and applrance store and the U S Post Offrce Several doors up the street rs a cement block burldmg whrch rs the K of C Burldtng rn the down stairs rs the East Ohro Gas Co and Clay Spurgeons Electrrc and Heatrng Co Upstarrs rs the K of C hall Across the street rs the grade school burldmg and drrectly behmd rt rs the hrgh school burld mg both of which are new srnce 1939 The center of town rs more or less resrdentral however the Colopy Insurance offrce and Zuma Clrne s Beauty Shop are rn the next block Behrnd the Insurance offrce rs the Danvrlle Frre Department and Councrl Room The north end of town IS the mam busrness sectron there are two grocery stores Cox s Red and Whrte and Rrleys Mrzers Dairy Bar also sells grocerxes along wrth rts darry products and lunches We have a Drug Store owned and operated by Don McQua1d and two restaurants Beemans and Blubaughs Lunch and Taproom Rrleys the Drug Store and Beemans Restaurant are on the lower floor of the Masonic Burldrng and on the upper floor rs the Masonrc Hall Daves Cafe run by Ralph Mowery occupres the old hotel burldrng Next to rt rn hne are Snows Barber Shop Brezees Iewelry Shop and The Danvrlle Trmes Of'l1ce In the red brrck burldrng across the street the Danvrlle Bank on the ground floor and Dr C H Sellers the town dentrst and Brll Wagners Barber Shop and Gene Rrdgways Orl Co There are three frllxng statrons Eddre Lyons Sohro Servtce Dean Arwellers Pure O11 and Claude Smiths Shell Statron Hagans Furmture Store rs one of the comparatwely new busmesses and also rn that end of town are the Marrea Beauty Shoppe Gllbert Harmer s Radro and Televrston Shop Kanuckels Im plement Store and the Danvrlle Dry Cleaners At the edge of town on Route 62 rs the Walter Drdmger home he rs a dealer rn ltvestock and coal We have srx churches St Lukes Cathollc Church Methodrst Church of Chrrst Assembly of God Brethren and the Chrrstran church whrch has for several years been rnactrve We are very fortunate rn havrng two Medrcal Doctors Dr Paultne Freeman and Dr C L Harmer and two vetermarrans Dr Daily and Dr Parnter The town has grown rn past years and rs contrnumg to grow as rs evrdenced by the appearance of new houses tn nearly every dlrectron We hope the town wrll contmue to grow rn srze and beauty rn the years to come Page Saxfy four I 1 0 u - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . . . 1 1 . , . , . 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 , . . . . 1 The Clarion 51 EARLY HISTORY OF DANVILLE Danville IS one of the oldest towns m the eastern part of Knox County The exact date of its laymg out cannot be ascertamed Ionathan Sapp son of George Sapp Sr who wrth Robert Waddel was the founder of the town put the date as late as 1818 although xt IS generally claxmed to have been as early as 1813 or 1814 Iohn McDan1el buxlt the fxrst house McConnell and Grant were the flrst merchants and Wlllxam M Brooks the frrst physlclan W1ll1am Cntchfxeld kept the hrst hotel The frrst postofhce ln the eastern part of Knox County was establxshed at Danvxlle and W R Sapp was the hrst postmaster A I Workman was Danvllle s frrst mayor and Olrver Shaw was our frrst marshal Orley Frey IS our present marshal I Van Horn followed A I Workman as mayor then F M Scholes A I Work man agam I C Gams Thomas Neldon T I Remxngton Robert Nelderhouser Iohn Logsdon M L Hauger and our present Mayor Albert Banbury Danville was named after Danxel Sapp who fought rn the War of 1812 It ts understood that hrs body IS buried rn Payne Cemetery whxch IS more or less non exrstent now as there are no head stones standmg The cemetery IS located ln lot and under the sxdewalk besrde Sol Rrce s home Dr Charles Waddel was an early settler tn Danvllle For many years he was engaged m the mercantxle business and also practxced medxcxne here He was a man of great ablhty and energy and one of the most eloquent Methodrst preachers of thrs reglon havlng a remarkable power over a congregation He dxed at the rlpe age of elghty seven About 1845 the Bullshead Hotel was bullt and also the Danvllle House These hotels were lo cated on the town square and the Bullshead Hotel rs st1ll standxng and IS rn a state of good repalr However the Danvllle House together wlth the old Rxce Block and Watsons Iewelry Store was burned ln a dxsastrous frre m the fall of 1922 An old account book of Iacob Colopys grandfather of the late Ioseph Colopy wxth dates ranglng from 1840 to 1852 glves us the pnce of whrskey at 31 cents a gallon a 2 year old hetfer bnngrng 6 dollars a beef bnngmg 9 dollars wheat at 50 cents a bushel 2 pounds of coffee and V4 pound of tea at SZ 54 whlch xtems no doubt had been shipped to Danvllle at some expense 4 plugs of tobacco at 16 cents lz bushel corn meal and 16 pounds salt for 50 cents 312 yards calxco at S1 D9 1 pound bacon 6 cents l pound pork 4 cents 1 bushel eared corn 15 cents 2 bushels po dollars feedlng a horse for one week 50 cents and the book also mentxons hmng Isaac Beckwrth to work by the year for 100 dollars a year An rtem of lnterest to many people of Danvxlle IS that the Antxoch Lodge No 296 F and A M lo cated rn Danvrlle was organxzed under a charter dated October 23 1856 In 1881 the populauon of Danvllle was about four hundred and steadrly xncreasmg For many years before the advent of the Cleveland Mt Vernon and Co'umbus rarlroad the town was at a standstrll but after IS completlon through Umon Townshtp the busmess of Danvrlle greatly m c e sed There were at that trme two dry goods stores kept by L Frost and Son and Workman and V orkman one g ocery by lull s Sapp one drug store by Burns and Shaw one clothlng store by Iohn Smrthrsler one hardware store by Sapp Bros one hotel by Emerrck and Sapp one furnx ture and undertakrng establxshment by T M Metcalf one wagon shop by Iacob Shmdler one '1'acksm1th shop by Welker Beum one copper shop by Iesse Rxzor Ceorge Shaw was po tmaster The postoftxce at Danvllle was establxshed at a very early date m the hxstory of the county and the tollowlng have served as postmaster: with possibly others smce 1880 George Davrdson Ioseph Shaw A L Dunlap I R Payne Louxsa Payne Cmother of last named I Ohver Shaw Nelson Bur rxs Valentme Close Wrlham Mlller George Shaw C V Burns Herbert Whxtney Dwlght Banbury and our pres nt postmaster Iay Scholes ably assxsted by the deputy postmlstress Mrs Louella Bradfreld who has faxthfully served the people of Danvllle for many years Dwrght Banbury and Wrllxam Fesler are the rural mall carrxers Some statron agents for the Pennsylvanta Rarlroad Company at Danville have been Iames Meade Henry Smlthhlser H L Sherman Earl Green who served for 30 years Mr Tucker and the present agent Probably the most excltmg mght ever expenenced by the c1t1zens of Danvxlle happened ln 1901 when the stlllness of the mght was suddenly broken by the noxse of an explosxon whlch was qurckly succeeded by others rousmg the people from thelr slumber and upon rushxng to the street they learned that a desperate attempt was bemg made to steal the contents of the bank safe The bank was then located across from the telephone offxce Armed cltxzens soon appeared on Page Slxfy fl-fe I I 1 I I . q ' If I tatoes 7,5 cents. 2 pounds buttelr 25 cents. 1 yoke oxen, plow and "chane" 55 dollars, 600 rails 6 9 Clarion '51 the scene only to be met by a fusrllade of shots from the burglars who numbered erght Although they had succeeded rn blowrng the safe doors they had to abandon rt wrthout securrng any of rts valuable contents as the crtrzens of Danvrlle were pushrng forward to protect the town bank Horses had been tethered Just outsrde of Buckeye Crty and four of the robbers took flrght rn one bug gy but the horses of the other four broke loose makrng rt necessary for each to seek safety on foot as best they mrght The crtrzens pursued them and the following day near Utrca about 18 mrles drstant four of the men were captured At the ensurng trral all pleaded gurlty and were grven sentences rangrng from 612 to 8 years An amusrng rncrdent that happened that nrght envolved Professor Waughtel head of the normal school here who had brcycled to Martrnsburg to see hrs francee and on hrs return was captured by these erght men who tred hrm up and rolled hrm rn the drtch rn front of the bank burldrng He lay there durrng all the gun frre that followed but was unharmed when the affray was frnrshed In 1895 the Catholrc Church was burlt wrthrn the lrmrts of Danvrlle and the populatron took a marked turn for the better About 1910 rmportant busrnesses rn Danvrlle were the Commercral and Savrngs Bank wrth D S Workman Presrdent N H Hunter V1cePresrdent Burns and Shaw Drug Store I R Greers Gen eral Store Dr C L Harmer M P Hammond and Sons Hardware Store Clmton M Rrce Notary Pub lrc A I Workman Lawyer Tressels General Store George Mowerys Restaurant W T Watson Ieweler 6 Optrcran Twrn Crty Nevss Trr County Leader edrted by F O Paget C P Rrce Farm Implements G A Henleys Shoe Store Loneys Hardware Dr Davrd Shaffer Dentrst Brll Wagner Barber Mrller Bros Auto Dealers Baker Bros General Store Wm Nerderhouser Meat Market Burt Nyharts Ford Agency Rodehaver Garage Co T B Scholes and Sons Burck Agency N H Hun ter Elevator and the Danvrlle Bank wrth Albert Wolf I E Daugherty and Iohn Wolfe Accordrng to a story that has been handed clown for several generatrons about 1870 Mr Iacob Ross who lrved rn the brg brrck house about lz mrle southeast of Danvrlle now owned by Wrllram Mrzer would rrde to town on hrs horse every day to get hrs marl The streets rn the lower end of town were not paved so he rode on the srdewalks the town people drdat approve of thrs so he declared he would burld hrs own town He started the town and named rt Ross Town whrch was later changed to Rossvrlle As Mr Ross owned a sawmrll there he offered busrnessmen who would settle there therr lot and the lumber to burld therr place of busrness One of the places of busrness was a brrckyard owned by Mr Ross Thrs brrckyard furnrshed brrcks for several of the houses rn town Rossvrlle was lard out about the trme of the completron of the rarlroad and by 1878 had a populatron of 225 At that trme there were no churches erected rn the vrllage There was a drygoods store one drug store one grocery one hardware store one steamflour mrll one plan mg mrll and lumber yard one yewelry shop and one hotel rn the vrllage Buckeye Crty was lard out rn the fall of 1880 by I C Trlton who had an rnsurance offrce rn thrs embryo vrllage The red brrck school burldrng was located rn Buckeye Crty and these structures together wrth two or three dwellrngs comprrsed the sum total of burldrngs H started thrs thrrd vrllage rn a vacant strrp between Danvrlle and Rossvrlle and expected to annex both towns He drd annex Rossvrlle but not Danvrlle because one of Danvrlles crtrzens went to Washrngton D C and succeeded rn keeprng the town and post offrce rntact Thrs s ate of aft rrs e rsted untrl the people of both towns voted to unrte rn 1923 Buckeye Crty was rncorporated about 1875 and the mayo s were as follows IonnC Wrnterrrnger T R Neldon Iohn C Wrnterrrnger Thomas R Scho'es and Iohn C Wrnterrrrrger The post offrce at Buckeye Crty was establrshed about 1875 The follow rng served as postmasters Asa Rowley Wrllram Marrng Iessre Marrng Chrs wrfe fter hrs death? lames L Wrench I C Wrnterrrnger Iames L Wrerrch appornted second trme rn 1897 Grant Tressel Russell Hoagland and H L Sherman The busrness rnterests of Buckeye Crty rn the autumn of 1911 were as follows Bankrng Com mercralSav1ngs Hotels Theodore Workman R I Brggs general dealers E B Rrce U G Tressel rmplements C D Workman hardware Thomas Scholes furnrture U C Workman lumber coal etc N H Hunter hay and grarn Iacob Lower lunch room L L Faucett H L Sherman confec tronary and tobacco I L Wrerrch flour rrrlls Twm Crty Mrlls H C Conkle propnetor black smrths Wrllram Wolfe W F Senft cement works C C Logsdon lrvery R I Brggs creamery L A Parrrsh 6 Sons photographs D L Swartz planrng mrll Henry Black physrcrans E L Porter tarlor N Hem Page Sixty srx . . , , . . 1 , . . 1 ' 1 , . . 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I 1 . . 2 l - - 5 1 ' ' ' ' ' The Clcrrlon 51 HISTORY OF DANVILLE SCHOOLS In 1881 the Buckeye Clty and Danvtlle schools were umted rnto one school The frrst gradu atmg class had only two members In 1908 when the red brtck butldmg was burlt rt was thought that thts burldrng would ac commodate for future needs but country schools were on thetr way out and therefore the students had to be sent to schools ln town Also new terrrtory was added to thts dtstrtct In vtew of these facts a new Tumor Sernor Htgh Buxldmg was erected m 1939 Wtth the acldttron of thrs butldtng the grade school was tn the red brtck burldmg and the hrgh school m the other On the mornrng of October 20 1944 the red brrck burldmg caught Itre and despxte efforts of the vanous frre departments dozens of people some wtth tears rn therr eyes watched rt burn down Matertals were hard to get at that txme but before too long a beautrful new school was erected In 1900 a baseball team was orgamzed 1911 the Clarton football rn 1914 grrls basketball tn 1919 boys basketball tn 1920 Glee Club tn 1920 orchestra m 1924 band 1931 and fmally m 1932 the Honor Socxety Past supertntendents were as follows Mr Henry Lockhart 1881 1888 Dr D C Tucker 1888 1889 Prof S W Lynch 18891891 Mr W B Mangherman 18911894 Mr F H Roberts 18941896 Mr W H Yearly 18961905 Mr Iames Van Vorhts 19051908 Mr Ioseph Long 19081910 Mr O E Pore 19101914 Mr Leonard 19141917 Mr Gerberlch 19171924 Mr B T Baumgardner 1924 1927 Mr W B Edgerly 1927 1938 Mr A B Parker our present supermtendent has been here smce 1938 ORGANIZATIONS PARENT TEACHERS ASSOCIATION Mrs Eltzabeth Cochran was the ftrst prestdent of the PTA when tt was organized some 20 years ago The orgamzatron dxdnt become really actrve unt11 1939 Past presxdents tnclude Mrs Htlda Mtckley Mrs Donna Colopy Mrs Colletta Durbm Mrs Betty Edgar Present offrcers are Prestdent Mrs Randy Bushatz V1cePres1dent Mrs Martha Staats Secre tary and Treasurer Mrs Quentm Slmmons EASTERN STARS The Eastern Stars was tnstttuted tn February of 1911 It was sponsored by Manllla Charter No 100 of Centerburg and chartered tn October of 1911 The frrst Worthy Matron was Nana Porter and the Patron was H E Whttney Elotse Murdock ts now Worthy Matron and Hervle Hrley rs Worthy Patron Money ts ralsed by servtng dmners to vartous orqamzattons Page Slxty seven The Clarion 57 af, I I Ill ll! HISTORY OF DANVILLE LIONS CLUB The Danvrlle Lrons Club was orqaruzed on Aprrl 18 1939 by Hal Walters Lrons lnternatxonal or gamzer at that tlme On Iune 15 1939 the club recelved ns charter wrth twenty erght busmess and prolessronal men makmg up the chartered club The frrst Presldent was A B Parker and the f1ISf Secretary Treasurer was Don McQua1d The Lrons Club rs strrctly a servrce club servmg rn all rts capacrty to make a better commumty ln whrch to lrve Here are a few oi the servxces xt has performed ln the past years buymg glasses for needy school chrldren Polro Dances and dnves blood bank drrve ear phone helped send scouts to Iamboree blacktop playground plano for school sponsored school partres for chrl dren at Halloween and Chrrstmas cerlmg proyectors redecorate caleterra dlshes tor caieterxa en tertarmng servrce men and ex servrce men wrth a banquet and program and many other worth whrle prolects The Lrons Club meets every other Monday mght at a supper prepared by varrous womens organrzatrons of the town and each year they have a coon supper The present membershrp rs seventy Past presrdents are Mr A B Parker 1939 40 Clyde Purdy 194041 Ioe Colopy 194142 Don McQuard 1942 43 Charles Sheedy 1943 44 Dr C H Sellers 1944 45 Lours Blubaugh 1945 46 I R Purdy 1946 47 Albert Banbury 1947 48 Ralph Hagans 1948 49 C H Srmmons 1949 50 Howard Banbury 195051 Deceased Llons are A W Ball Charles Gorham H D Blubaugh Charles Parrish Lyman Troyer Ioseph Colopy Page Srxty elghf The Clarion 5l 4 H CLUBS The fxrst 4H club rn Danvxlle was started by Gertrude Durbm rn 1927 She was leader untrl 1931 at Wh1Ch tzme Mrs I V Cochran took over From 1934 to 1939 Mrs Edna Rrce was advlsor As the club grew Mrs H C Ventlrng took part of rt untrl 1943 when Mrs Clyde Banbury took charge of the club whrch consnsted of 12 members Under Mrs Banburys leadershrp the Danvtlle Busy Strtchers grew untrl there were 38 mem bers rn 1949 most of whom carrxed sewmg prolects and Mrs Banbury was helped by Mrs Donna Colopy Mrs Nelhe Workman and Mrss Patsy Bxlyeu In 1950 the Danvrlle Busy Strtchers were organrzed by Mrs Donna Colopy and xnterested rn 4 H Club work had grown so that there were 52 members To asslst ln drrectxng the actrvrtres of so large a group Mrs Colopy was helped by four semor advrsors Mrs Harley Workman Mrs Edrth Ventlrng Mrs Geo Hams and M1ss Geraldme Wolfe and also by four Iumor assrstants who as a requrrement oi a Iumor Leadershrp Prolect assumed defrnrte clutres ln the local club Patsy Brlyeu wnth Ianet Fesler as her assrstant had complete charge of a group of fourteen g1rls wrth frrst year sewmg prolects Books Members and advrsors take justrfrable prrde rn therr hrgh percentage of projects completed and ln the large number of A grade Blue rrbbons won at the judglng for the County Farr Two Busy Strtchers have had the honor of wrnmng a trrp to the Natronal 4 H Club Congress at Chrcago Harriet Banbury ln 1941 and Elva Shultz rn 1946 There are four other grrls 4 H Clubs and three Boys Clubs rn the Danvrlle commumty and several boys and grrls belong to the Knox Co 4 H Guernsey Club and the 4 H Tractor Reparr Club All are stnvmg To Make the Best Better whrch rs the motto of all 4 H Clubs and to spread the gospel of Better Llvtng for a Better World which was the theme of the 1950 4H Club Congress DANVILLE GARDEN CLUB The Danvrlle Commumty Garden Club was organrzed on Apnl 27 1945 by a group of twenty women m the commumty who wlshed to promote the mterest and knowledge of the club members and the commumty rn home gardemng and to encourage and take part rn C1v1c beautrfymg It rs affllxated wlth the Ohro Assoclatron of Garden Clubs and has been and st1ll IS one of the most actrve clubs m Knox County There are now thrrty actrve members 2 honorary members and 3 assocrate members In 1950 the name of the club was shortened to Danvzlle Garden Club The Danvllle Garden Club planned and assumed the responsrbrhty for half of the cost of the landscapmg at the commumty Memonal Park and contmue to plant for contmuous bloom there It has also kept the grass mowed at the lrttle Rallroad Park and kept bloomrng plants m the flower urns and flower bed there lt has held a flower show nearly every year smce rt was organlzed and each Chrxstmas Holt day rt sponsors a Home Chnstmas Decoratxon contest The members of thrs garden club work farthfully to beautrfy thelr surroundmgs to promote a love for gardemng and surroundmgs to encourage the conservatron of natural resources Donna Colopy BOY SCOUTS On May 10 1945 a group of crtrzens of the commumty met to orgamze Boy Scout Troop No 40 wrth Kenneth Mrller as Scoutmaster At the present trme George McConnell rs Scoutmaster wrth Robert Herald and George Myer as Assrstant Scoutmasters Scout members Robert Edgar CSenror Patrol Leaderj Brll Shumaker CPatrol Leaderb Paul O Donnell CPatrol Leaderi Larry Rrley Fred Myer George Myer Ir Davrd Colopy Lanny Parnsh Iohn Iones Harold Mrckley Davrd McConnell Lee McConnell Robert McConnell Glen Turney Paul Durbm Larry Grassbaugh Irm Emmert Lyle Lyons and Edward Welsh There were frve scouts who attended the Scout Iamboree at Valley Forge last summer They were Robert Durbm Robert Edgar Davtd McConnell Tom Gardner and Ioseph Proper The Boy Scouts have played a very outstanding part rn varxous commumty actlvrtres Page Srxty nmc a I . . . . . 1. H . . H . . H . ' . 1 . . , 1 1 9 Clarion '51 CUB SCOUTS Don Cooper is the Cub Master. Assistant Cub Master Pius Durbin. There are three Dens in the Cub Scouts. The Den Mothers are: June Myer, Vera Short, and Lu- cille Baker. There are twenty-two members in the Pack. This organization is very good trainiung for younger boys. Glen Hauger MASONRY IN DANVILLE The beginning of Masonry in Danville was on October 23rd l856 when a Lodge of Master Ma sons was chartered under the name ot Antioch Lodge No 286 F And A M Old records show the lol lowing names as promoters and charter members Dr Iohn White Wait Witney U B Kinsey Isaiah Hieth S W Carver Zachariah Hibbets Iohn Biggs Daniel Hess Benlamin Church A L Church Miner Hildreth Solomon W Sapp B Casteel and C W Page After a period ot about thirty years the charter was returned and through the efforts ot the below named persons who were charter members of Danville Lodge a dispensation was secured and Ma sonry again became a part of the Danville community Danville Lodge No 546 FAM Danville Ohio was granted a charter by the Grand Lodge ot Ohio October Z4 l888 Andrew Workman was first worshlptul Master Chaney Burris Senior Warden and Matthias Tressell Iunior Warden Charter members were A I Workman Chaney Burris Matthais Tressell Nathaniel Crrtchfleld William Miller Iohn H Hess lohn A Black Channing Rice and Lyman A Black The lodge rented quarters in the brick building situated on the square until August 8 1928 when the same building was purchased by the trustees oi the lodge and on September 30 1928 was ap propriately accepted and dedicated by the Grand Lodge of Ohio Present officers are W M Raymond Hall S W Leroy Martinl W Leonard Brown Sec Paul Edgar Treas Charles Sheedy SD Clarence Mizer ID Merrill Lloyd Tyler Roland Gallon The Lodge 1S very active and enloys a large membership AMERICAN LEGION AUXILIARY On Sunday April 24 1949 a group ot women tormmg the Danville American Legion Auxiliary had their first installation of officers This club was helped to organize by Mrs Gale Baldwm 6th District Presrdent ol the American Legion Auxiliary The auxiliary rs made up ot wives daughters and mothers of ex servicemen who served in World Wars I and II This organization rs to help the Legion members in various undertakings Dances bingo parties and card parties are a few ot the entertainments ottered the community by thrs American Legion Auxiliary Mrs Ann Ferry is President Mrs Dorothy Thompson Historian DAUGHTERS OF UNION VETERANS President Louella Bradtield Senior Vice President Maurine Fesler Chaplain Niva Liggit Patriotic Instructor Maryone Nyhart Treasurer Ellen RICE Secretary Colletta Durbin Alice Carey Rieley Tent No l34 was organrzed May 28 1937 with 25 members several have since been taken by death or moved away The organization still has 25 members To loin one must be a dtrect descendant of a Civil War veteran Louella Bradtield Page Seventy Iunior Vice President ...,...,.........,.....,..,,....,.......,.,..,.,......,.............,... Victoria Workman The Clarion 57 HISTORY OF ST LUKES CATHOLIC CHURCH The Cathohcs were the IEIIQIOUS ploneers of Unxon Townshrp Shortly after the frrst settlers came to the township Geo ge Sapp Sr Elras Arnold Davld Logsdon Samuel Durbtn Sr Thomas Whlte and wlfe and Isaac Dlal orgamzed what rs now known as St Lukes Catholxc Church of Danvllle whtch was sltuated about one mlle west of the vlllage The congregatxon consisted chlef ly of emxgrants from Maryland who were descendants of Lord Baltlmore s Enghsh Cathohc Colony The pansh was orgamzed by Father Edward FeHWlCk It was attended for some years by a Dommxcan prxest Father Young of Kentucky The fxrst church a log bulldmg was bull! about 1820 land for 1t bexng donated by George Sapp Sr one of the ploneer members Father OLeary was appomted to attend the mrsslon and he vxsxted xt from Somerset regularly once a month Father Allermam also a Domxnxcan succeeded htm m 1834 and attended the mrssxon Page Seventy one - 1 - . r . . . , . , ., . . . .. , , . .. . .... . . , . - . . - W 5 fm, 0 5 ...4 I ,E ,R l 5 l n n . , . . , G Clarion 51 The parrsh recerved rts frrst resrdent pastor rn September 1839 rn the person of Father Lama who afterwards became Archbrshop of Santa Fe A frame church was burlt soon after the comrng of Father Lama The prrest s resrdence was burlt across the road from the church on land donated by Henry Porter Sr Father Lama was succeeded by Father Boulger rn October 1847 and remarned here untrl Sea tember 1851 Father Iulrus Brent was the next pastor and for twenty three years he was pastor here and at St Vrncent de Pauls rn Mt Vernon Between 1874 and 1876 supply prrests from Columbus tended the needs of St Lukes In 1876 Father Morterrer was appomted pastor and remarned for twelve years He burlt the frrst brrck church whrch was styled by Brshop Rosecrans The Gem of the Drocese On August l 1889 Brshop Watterson appomted Father Wrllram McDermott to take charge tem porarrly of St Lukes sayrng that no one else was work to be done here The lrttle parrsh was then rn a very drlaprdated condrtron They had had no servrce for several months and many famrlres were movmg to other places Father McDermott rm medrately set about rmprovrng the church and resrdence When he had the lrttle church entrrely beautrfred rt caught frre from an unknown source rn the early mornrng of March ll 1895 and as rt was far from any frre protectron he and a crowd of hrs farthful parrshroners were oblrged to stand back wrth tear frlled eyes and see the result of years of hard labor devoured by the mercrless flames at hrs drsposal who was capable of the great Wrth untrrrng work on hrs part and the farthful co operatron of hrs parrshroners rn less than two church The resrdence was there at the trme of the purchase havrng been burlt by Clrnton Lybarger It rs most remarkable that durrng these two years the new property worth forty thousand dollars was entrrely pard for Father McDermott left St Lukes rn May 1905 to become pastor of Holy Name Church rn Co lumbus For srx weeks Father Vonvrlle was temporarrly pastor at the end of whrch trme Father Otto P Trogus became pastor He remarned untrl September 9 1912 when Father C B Terpe was sent to Danvrlle Father Terpe remarned here untrl Iune 1950 except for a short rnterrm of frfteen months when he was sent to Cornrng as pastor and Father Francts Sreber was pastor of St Luke s Father Serber came to Danvrlle rn Iuly 1923 and dred suddenly on September 5 1924 lust after havrng sard Mass that mornrng Father Terpe returned from Cornrng to take up hrs dutres as pastor of St Luke s agarn Because of poor health Father Terpe has been at Mercy Hosprtal Mt Vernon Father Hubert A Rubeck came to St Lukes as admrnrstrator on Iune 15 1950 The Catholrc Cemetery rs located one mrle west of Danvrlle on the srte of the former churches Rev ganrzer lu y Councrl One KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS COUNCIL NO 910 Wm McDermott under whose ausprces the present Catholrc church was burlt was the or of St Lukes Councrl No 910 Knrghts of Columbus 3 1904 was a memorable day rn the mrnds of the forty charter members who formed the rn Danvrlle on that day Several of these members are strll lrvrng of the rmportant features of the organrzatron rs the rnsurance program Members of the Councrl formed the Realty Company rn 1922 and burlt the K of C Burldrng on Market Street The present Grand Kmght rs Alfred Durbrn Page Seventy two U 7 years he had purchased an entire square in the center of the town and erected thereon the present 1 , . ' ' I The Clorlon LADIES CATHOLIC BENEVOLENT ASSOCIATION BRANCH NO 1422 On December 22 1922 at the suggestion of Father Terpe and wlth the ard of Mrs Augusta Lauber of Toledo Supreme Trustee St Luke s Branch No 1422 of the National Organization of the Ladres Catholrc Benevolent ASSOCIBIIOH was establrshed he charter membershrp numbered over stxty The present membershxp rs seventy The pur pose of the orgamzatron IS the promotron of Chrlstlan rdeals among Cathollc women An added feature of the organlzatxon rs the msurance held Chrldren of both sexes may be en rolled ln the Iuvemle Insurance Branch At the present txme there 15 a membershlp of thlrty frve Iuvenrles The hrst presxdent of the orgamzatlon was Mrs Henry Lower and xn successron the following hart and the present presxdent Mrs Lewis Harlett DANVILLE METHODIST CHURCH Methodrsm rn Danvrlle began ln a log burldmg m the north end of town The second church was burlt ln 1830 and stood where the Assembly of God Church 15 now located The thrrd church a frame was erected on thls same locatron and IS strll there The present structure was started rn Page Seventy three have served: Mrs. Edward Grassbauqh, Mrs. Carl Cardner, Mrs. Alfred Durbin, Mrs. Charles Boes- 9 Clorlon 57 1923 The church en1oys a good membexshxp and has served the people well through the years The tollowxng preachers have served the Church smce 1851 Rev Harms Rev Hoak Rev Barnes Rev Russell Rev Lea Rev Walker Rev Long Rev Ashbaugh Rev Grace Rev Pollock Rev Slutz Rev Snyder Rev Beechley Rev Snook Rev Hollett Rev Dul-Iadway Rev Wxlharns Rev Stone Rev Dewey Rev Hass Rev Nrcholson Rev Hemstead Rev Smxth Rev McBroom Rev Brooks Rev Flrney Rev Kaetzel Rev Glen Lockard Rev McCutchen The present mmxster rs The Rev Davrd A Morrrs HISTORY OF DANVILLE CHURCH OF CHRIST A few Drcmles of Chrlst lwmq ln Danvxlle succeeded m obtammq the co operatlon of other churches and mmlsters rn havmg the Gospel preached xn the Town Hall m 1892 Some oi the hrst mmxsters assxstmg nn thrs work werel L Snyder L G Walker Morgan Morqans M P Woods and others L G Walker assxsted rn completmq the orqamzatlon of the Church m 1893 wrth 16 Charter Page Seventy four - 1 . . ,.,. ..,. , . , . . . . - .... . . . . . . . , . . , . . . 5' - 'W --'W -' 'TWT 1--' A - 'a . M, - .X , ' . - N , ' ' . K l . .,., , if T S . ' , . , t 4--Q K A 'a .LY . 1 .. 1 I fwvvash 'W :- we , The Clarion 51 members They contrnued to meet at the Hall unttl the spnng of 1895 at whrch ttrne a burldrng comrmttee was appomted wlth the purpose oi erectrng a Church Dedxcatlon servrces were held October 27 1895 Presldent E F Zollars oftrcrated at the dedrcatron e lollowmg have been mrnrsters lor the Church of Chrlst L G Walker A H Mavrs E V Zollars I L Snyder A F Stahl G F Crrtes Austrn Meeks O O Olney 1. G Walker C M Arthur Henry Schwan R B Mrtchell D E Snyder P M Kendall L A Bntton F M Myrrck Henry Knoell H W Lyons Hugh Wayt H W Lyons Mr Chalfant Kenneth Mrller Mr McGoldr1ck Mr Ratclrfl Mr Byers Mr Gladleux who rs the present mmrster CHRISTIAN CHURCH The Chrrstran Church of Danvllle was organrzed Aprrl 20 1834 by Elder Iames Hays The lust members were Damel Sapp Wtlllam Robmson Wllltam Shaw and Elizabeth Robmson Rev Rrchte who dred rn 1936 was the last mlnrster Alter hrs death the church became lnactrve Thrs fall the church was reopened for revival servrces however there are strll no regular meetmgs DANVILLE BRETHREN CHURCH The Danvrlle Brethren Church traces 1ts hrstory back to the year 1822 In that year the Dan vxlle Brethren Church was orgamzed The church consxsted of a group of consecrated Chrxstran belrevers zealous for the truth as lt rs rn Chrlst and Hrs words Ioseph Workman was the Church s 1n1t1al m1n1ster and rt was he who helped to lay ground work for the organrzatron At the irrst stage of the Churchs hte havmg no church burldrng the place of meetrng for worshrp was rotated from house to house each Lords Day In 1850 a church house was burlt whrch served as a place to worship God and also as a school house for many years In 1870 the congregatron drvrded resultmg rn two drfterent places of worshrp because some of the members wanted a church near therr homes In 1884 the Danvrlle Brethren Church burldrng was erected on the brow of the lull overlookmg the southeast sectron of Danvrlle, then known as Bossvllle Page Seventy flve . . 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A 1' 'A """ ' LTTi'-1 , . , X W 5, ' . 4 ', 1 . . 9 Clarion 51 Isaac Ross a grandson ol Ioseph C Workman the founder ol the Church ol the Brethren ln Knox County was the lust mxnxster of the Danvllle Brethren Church rn thus new burldmg whxch was dedlcated to the Lord 1n 1885 The same buxldmg IS strll servlng the congregatlon as a place of meetlng for worshxp and mstructron xn the word of God The local church rs entlrely sell governed and each member of the congregatron has an equal voxce m tts aflaxrs Whxle Paul L Mohler was pastor 1945 47 the work of puttrng a basement under the buxldmg was started Thls was completed and dedlcatecl October 2: 1947 Roy E Krexmes pastor Dr Paul R Bauman was the dedlcatlon speaker Thls extra room added much to the eftxclency ol the Sun day School The womens organlzatxon IS the Women s Mrsslonary Councll whxch meets once each month ln some members home Other mmxsters besrdes Isaac Ross who have served thxs congregatxon mclude I Allen Miller W C Glenn I M Bauman S G Gnsso H M Oberholtzer I M Krmmel L S Bauman Doyle Belote Benshofl L W Dxtch Wm Lyons Earl Detrlck Archie Lynn S E Chnstlansen B F Owen Peterson M V Garnson Alvon Byers Delbert Flora Floyd Shlery Tom Hammers Bernard Schnex der Iohn Erb Henry G Flemple S M Iustlce Herman Baerg Gerald Polman Paul L Mohler Roy Krexmes George Cone and the present pastor Nell L Beery NORTH BEND CHURCH OF THE BRETHREN In the tall oi 1812 two brothers Ioseph C and S ephen Workman left Al egheny County Mary land to establxsh new homes ln Ohlo Thxs mngratlon was made by the covered wagon method The 1ourney ended wlth thexr settlmg on land ln a beautliul sectxon of Knox County at what 15 now Danvxlle Ohro In thrs trontxer terrxtory Ioseph C Workman took up a homestead compnsmg one fourth sectton of land Soon alter the homestead was estabhshed Ioseph bemg a rellglous man mvlted the nelgh bors to meet ln hrs home for Song and Prayer These meetlnqs were held on what IS the present Wtlham Mlzer farm The oroup become so large that xt was xmprachcal to meet any longer rn pn vate homes The sxtuatxon however was taken care of when Ioseph erected a new barn two parts of whlch he partmoned ofl and furmshed wrth rough seats to accommodate the growmg servxces Thxs group. organxzed rn 1822 was the hrst church of the Church of the Brethren m this area and was the second orgamzed church m Knox County The hrst was the Danvxlle Roman Catholxc Church orgamzed ln 1819 Page Seventy sax 0 1 1 . . , . . , . . 1 - - 1 1 1 1 . . 1 1 . . , . . . . 1 1 1 - . 1 . . , , . 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 , . . 11 11 1 1 , , . L . , - 1 1 ' ' , 1 1 1 ' The Clarion 51 Some time later Ioseph gave an acre of ground for a church site and an adloining acre as a tree burial ground which is now a part of the present Workman Cemetery On the acre oi ground donated tor a church site was erected in 1850 the first church house ot the Church of the Brethren This building located one nalt mile south of Danville served until 1870 when the second house North Bend was bullt and the southern house was abandoned One of the sons of Ioseph C Solomon N C sold his farm south of Danville and purchased over a thousand acres north of town setthng on the farm site which is now the Frank Hochstetler farm Later he sold much of the land inducing many Workman families to buy and settle 1n this section Here Solomon N C gave a lovely hill site for the church and cemetery The church here built was the one now commonly called North Bend The nickname North Bend was given because of the fact that it was so set that the road made a bend around it Here the Church of the Brethren has served faithfully the commumty and the people these years Men and women gave gracrously of their time and talent to the church From the very beginning until 1929 the church was served by the tree mmistry The elders serving were Schofield Iohn Mulsbaugh Henry Davy Morgan Workman I I Workman Columbus Workman and Da id McFadden Since 1929 the following pastors have served George Phrllrps 1929 35 Charles Zunkel 193539 Daniel Brumbaugh 1939 47 Iohn McCormick 1947 present May this church always serv the community and be a blessing to the people DANVILLE ASSEMBLY Prayer meetrngs were started rn Henrxcksons home rn the year 1920 Reverend Kitchen held a revival meeting in the old Methodlst Church of Mxllwood After this headed by Reverend McKinney and others Tent meetings were then held in Danville Brinkhaven New Castle and Mrllwood under the supervision of Mrs Peters After the tent meetings the group moved to Riley Chapel Church and held their meetings there for some time Danvrlle meetings were held rn the home oi Mrs Dawson whzle looking for and purchasing property The old Methodist Church in Danville was then purchased and services have been held there ever srnce The pastors have been the Reverends Encil Mrlls Paul Evans Earnest Ohde W W Martm and the present Encil Mills HISTORY SKETCH OF WESLEY CHAPEL The early history of the church dates ba lc to a log building which stood about a half mrle north ot the present church and on the opposite side of the road Later the log church was replaced by a frame church About 1885 the present church was built on ground donated by William S Nyhart during the pastorate of Rev Charles Gay In 1906 the church was painted and a new roof put on while the inside was given a much needed overhaulmg the seats and woodwork varmshed and the Church repapered In the summer of 1927 the church was again papered and woodwork varmshed new gas stoves were placed in the chrrch and the wmdows reglassed At the completion the interior presented a beautiful appearance and the congregation found it easier to get mto the spzrit ot wor ship when coming into the church At tirst there was built a belfry but the bell was so heavy that when it was rung it shook the church so a vestibule and the bell tower were built When the church was built the chapel was on a circuit with Perrysvrlle Newville and Ielloway Later it was on the Danville charge Then rt was put on the Howard Brinkhaven and Wesley Chapel In 1938 Brinkhaven vsas removed while S Lee Whitman Sr was pastor Brmkhaven and Friendship were added to the How ard and Wesley Chapel charge The charge at present Howard and Wesley Chapel The present pastor is Rev Howard Fowler Page Seventy seven . Q . . U revival. prayer meeting continued in the Henrickson home. A mission was then held in Millwood . F . . . . . V . .I . , . I Q 9 Clorlon 51 MOHICAN UNION GRANGE NO 2239 Mohlcan Umon Grange was orgamzed Iune 17 1919 at Brlnkhaven Mr Iohn Cunnmgham who was county grange deputy at that trme orgamzed rt It was grven the name Mohrcan because rt rs located near the Mohrcan Rrver and Umon was added because rt rs rn Unron Townshrp Some 01 the present oftlcers are Master Vlrgll Smlth Overseer Alfred Harlett Lecturer Faye Cox Chaplam Mrs Mae McDermott Steward Clarence Shultz HISTORY OF FLAT RUN GRANGE NO 2088 The Grange Hall rs located 412 mlles southeast of Danvrlle on the Cavallo Road It was orgamzed September 8 1916 The grange meets the hrst and thrrd Wednesday mghts of the month In over thrrty years less than a dozen regular meetmqs have been cancelled Some years ago the grange gave several plays to pay for the hall The grange rs a hne socral center and the regular meetmgs as well as the socral meetmgs are well attended Some ol the orhcers thxs year are Master Merrll Lloyd Overseer Quentrn Slmmons Treasurer Ioe Baker Secretary Mrs Merrxl Lloyd Chaplam Mrs Quentm Simmons BROWN TOWNSHIP GRANGE NO 2189 The grange was organized December 27 1918 by County Deputy Iohn Cunnmgham It IS lo cated on Route 205 frve mrles northwest of Danvrlle rn the old Rolla School House There were 27 Charter members Alter a few years the grange moved to Ielloway where lt Imally became mactlve the last part of 1926 It was orgamzed by County Deputy Clyde Purdy on Iuly 15 1927 At th1s tlme the grange moved back to Rolla School House whlch rn the sprlng of 1942 was purchased by them from the Danvrlle School Board Some ol the present offrcers are Master Lorame Horn Overseer Paul Stull Secretary Mr George Lrler Mrs George Lrfer Lecturer Mrs Marlorle Nyhart Page Seventy eight The Clarion 57 lumn1 ""' .i 4" The CIc1r1on 51 L Alumm Notes L Q XXI 3 III 11 W IILI I It 11111 I L 4 1 I 13111111 III C II I I I XX I 3111 I I 3 111111 'XIIII'xIL1 I R111 1IL133C xx 1 1111111111111 I 11111111 I1 11 s 1 IIIN 1 x11 111 11111111 IILIIIIIII IIILIII 111 I I I I I I 1 I I I I I I I I I I IIII IIII IIII IIII IIII IIII II IIII IIII IIII Page Elghfy 1N1s Nrs Nrs Nrs Nr'- 'Nrs N11 N11 Nrx Nrx N11 N11 N11 N11 1 11111 P1 II CII 1111 1111 11111311111 811011 S1111 -' II 1 13111111111 R 111 17111111 11 S1111 111111 13111 IIII1 LIIL 1 21 S1111 111111 511111111111 I31I1I111I1 X 1 11111 H 1111 JPL111 N 01111111 5011 Lk LI I 11 II 1 I NN 111 I 'N 111111 111111 I31111,11t11 1 1111111 111 11111 IX 11111 S1111 1 IL 1 S1111 1 I 1 111 H S1111 I II 1 lI 1 L IIIIX NI I S1111 K kk 11 I N1111 1 111 I S011 'I'I1- 111111 1x1'11 1111 I 1,1x I- 1-111 1' -I1 1111 IIIL' NI-.1 131- 1 11.1 IIIIII I111 1 111 1111- 11.111 1'L'.1If 1.1- I 1'1.1IAIL'I1. 111I 1 1111-z 131111111 'lu R1 . 11I'1'111I 1.11 -1I'1i.11111.I 11.1111 1.111.11114'11 V1.1 " 1311111111 'W . 111I 1 I1.11'11.11'.1 M1 1111 '111 13.11 14.111 I11' '1' . 111I 1 HI-1 II N1'I1.111 '111 'IIIII M -1 .111 . 111- 1 C.11'111y11 NYILIII '1' IIII 11 M1111 '111 . 111I 1 I1-111 '1L'.III ' 'I ,101 1.1111 .111I1 I'.1111111I- M 111-1 '11- C1 -111g1- 31111111 '111 .III1 INI.11111111I- 1',I'I'IL'II 1111 '.1 I1 St. 1111 1.1 X21 .I111 IYI.II'11.IIL'1 14111-1'I1II M11 Ii' 4' 1"' ' VF .IIII 11' 111' 1211 '.1 I1 X" ' . 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XXII ' I3LII13II1 1-1 1I1.11'11.11.1 'II111111 'Ill The Clorlon 51 CLASS OF 1890 Fmma Vflmff Temple Damrlle Ohxo Ioesdnn Deceas C 1 ASS Ola 1893 Clement I resdon Deceased CI ASS OF 1894 Lou Tressel 'lercher Xerna Colorado C LASS Ol' 1895 Bertha Xkermer Deceased kk B Robeson Toledo Oh1o L1ll1e XX1lton Svunehart Columbus Oh1o Cl ASS OF 1896 H1rmon Neer Deceased Bunn Hlnk Barber 35 Sprmgheld St Mansheld Nfxrtle K1rkp1tr1ck Parr1sh Dtnulle 1,1110 X1rL1c Nkhlte XX 1nder Danulle Ohm Rubs Cl1urehShavs Columbus Ohlo C l ASS OF 189 Charles B Vforkman Salesman Ravenna Ohm Dela Bluk Kerr Deceased CLASS O1 1898 Orlm Workman Deceased Guernsey Vforkman Danwlle Oh1o Fred Bartlett R R Conductor-Columbus 0h1o tort O Beum4Columbus Oh1o Nettle Banburs Shults D3DWlllC Ohm N1nn1e LyhargerR1cc Danv1lle Oh1o Dale Bradheld Deceased lsy Svs1f.,art Shults Columbus Oh1o CLASS OF 1899 Ida Black R1ggs Cleveland Ohlo Haney Hammond Deceased Fllsvnorth Hess Toledo Ohm Geme Van Horn Laport Barberton Oh1o Ros G Hunter Deceased Walter S M1ller Columbus Oh1o Bern 1rd Palmer Deceased XX1ll1e Purcell-Carpenter L1I31T1I Floruda Robert W'orkman 110 lra Ave Akron Oh1o Cl ASS OF 1900 Qurncw Blrek IDLCCISLC1 luella Ferenbaugh Colgm Deceased Fdrth M1ckeykVorkman Buffalo New York Bcssm Nnor Robeson Deceased Niaud Sm1th Wnton Mansheld Ohm Arthur Snow Deceased Fred VUe1r1ek Dry Cleaner 44-P Stanton Axe os Angeles Calrforma H E Xlshrtnew Farmer Damrlle Ohm CLASS OF 1901 'Ni-1urgDhB1ker Wander 37 E Oakland Awe Columbus 10 Agnes Beum Bonnett Deceased WalterC Burns Deeeased Flow Meld Dece1sed Howard S Workman Deceased CLASS OF 1907 Pearl Burns Lsb1rger Deceased Pearl Hess Shults Deceased Beul1h Sh1f1er Games 11312 Hamtramck er n n Ohm Xerna Sh us C oehrm XX alhondrng Ohm IU'-1 5hf1mPlIf1fs'1tLcs Clen St Mars Florrda R Homer Sl11t1 Dnton Ohm rrp I Ykrlkms Deeeu e C l ASS O1 1901 Nine Du1h1n arnold Deceased Belle Humbert Horn How ard Oh1o Lottre Newton Lonex Howard Ohlo M P R Nnovn Postal Clerk 1507 Rosewood Awe Lake vu 1 nd Ohm Chester Workman F rfner Danulre Ohm a a 1 man Ht. ter a XX re er t Herehts Ohm Fwa Workman Nirehel 91 Crescent Dr Colum Shaker C l ANS Ol 1901 Pearl Black Danwrlle Ohm Stella Blubaueh Snow Deee 1s Cl Nelson Burns Deceased Bun Lsbarger Danulle CJFHO lieulah X1eFarlandB1g2s Deceased Cl1tford Shaw Deceased Sslwla Shaw Rexnolds Centerburg Ohio Dana Sn ss Danulle Ol1m Niarx Yearlx Whlte Deee1sed C l ASS Ol 1905 1mes Bartlett AIIIUDI mn ggs Ft X1 mms ntarm anada at Culllson Deee1sed Frxnkle Drouhard 1011111117115 Ol114 Grace Hess ,Ienmngs Detened ll1Labeth jefferson Tarr Cll1L.1gCJ lll1no1s O L lxaylor Real Fstate 655 Market St Akron O 11 Anna Neldonvsorkman IDZ1l"lXlllL Ohm Helen McFarland Lund Akron Ohm CI ASS OF 1906 l'd1th Greer G1lmore Deceased Kent Shatter 5716 VC1lk1ns Axe l1ttsburLl1 lennsxlx 1n11 Floy Spearman Greer Deee tsed Ona Wander Hess Hlghland Court Allrmee Ohm Harley M XVorkman Deee1sed CLASS OF 1907 Clarence Black Teacher Washrngton Lnnemtw Ches terton Marxland Aubrew F Hess Deceased Arch1e Hunter Marse1lles 1ll1no1s Donna Hunter Deceased lors Hunter N1CA1lll3Y'l Lrbarn Ohm llrzabeth Nlmderhouser Damxlle Ohm Xian R1ecCardner 9 I'astFlor1da Axe Kenmore O C B Sent! Deceased Nlelhe Stull Tucker Bellefontune Ohm Htrrx Nentlmpz Deeexsed Croxer D Wander Farmer Ashlmd Ohm Harleyj XVorkman Danv1lle Ohm CLASN OF 1909 Selora Arnold Colopx Danv1lle Ohm HerbertC Baker Farmer DlDNlllL Ohm Blanche Durbrn Ralexgh Cuwahog1 Falls Ohm lcssxe X1eKee Teaeher JL P1st Oserlmk Rd Cue land Ohm 1ester L e 11 I1 Flrmer D 1111 e Ono C1rr1e Parrlsh Sports Route Mt Nernon Ohlo lv 1 XX orkmm Hunter N11rse1lles lll1no1s C l ASS OF 1909 lthel Arnold M1ller Detrolt Mrchlean lllzabeth Dmghterx XX xtson Wooster Ohm Al1ee Durbrn Deceased Paulrne- Durbm Ssunelc X tllcs Cm Ohm Ruth jefferson Runk '1 S College Axe Newark Dela vs 1re Nona C reer Newell X1il'UPlllS Tennessee Xin Nheklex Colopx C 1n1l Fulton Ohm llerthl N1ppG1lmore Clexeland Ohm lohn Rue- TruekDr1xer D1m1lle Ohm Bertha Sapp G1lmore Cleaeland Ohm ClAss OF 1910 e 1 s1111s 11 o Columbus C 11 IL Il I Due lse On1 Hess Hobbs lxenmore Ohro llmer XX ander Cashter Danv1lle Ohm Page Erghfy one ' 1 Clafrjf , ' - ' 5 ' ' 4 3- " Q' l'. 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I A .,A' - . 1 ' . i .Q The Clcrrron 51 CLASS OF 1911 Florence Beatty New York New Hork Ralph Church New Nialfotd Ohro lohn Durban Deceased lohn Faucet! Maller Rubber Co Akron Ohm Nellre Geatges Workman Dansalle Ohm Sxlyaa Lepley Sammons D mall Ohro Louase Payneleaerrng, Mt Xernon Ohm Duane Senft Pranca al Hr h School Damrllc P li Nlarae XXelkerCarhart Mrllwood Ohm CLASS OF 1917 john Bartlett Akron Ohro Cleggett Baker Donovan Church Los Angeles C.alaforn Chalmers Cullason Detaante Ohm Nlabcl C ullason Purdy Mt Nernon Oaaa 1 Hazel Devaattwrrght Frederatktown Ohm Cora Ldwards-Greenvalle Ohro Bernadette Durban Teacher Damallc Ohm Clyde Fcrenhaugh Cleseland Ohro laelyn Ferenbaugh Edgar Danaalle Ohm Grace Ceatgey Lucky Deceased Bessae Hagans Borden 16 Calafornaa St Columbus Ohao Frank Lepley Howard Ohro Maldred Ma le Mallersbur Ohro P il Vayaan Ross Shaw Teacher Danvalle Ohro Ollae Russell Beker Deceased 1ayScholes Danvalle Ohro Homer Sharfer Manstaeld Ohm Alpha Shook Cleveland Ohro Owen Shuman Teacher Lakewood Ohm Antonette Smathhasler judge Massallon Ohm Marae Tressel Hoagland Deceased Elazabeth Race Loney Danvalle Ohro CLASS OI' 1913 ohn Horn Lumber Dealer Hamrlton Ohro arl Pratchard Danvalle Ohm Faye Motz Southwack Deceased Arthur McMaIlan Implement Dealer Drnaalle Alta Race Blend-Canton Ohro Phalap Rachert Akron Ohro Howard Sevrtts Bookkee er Columbus Ohm P Clarence Shaw Deceased Grace Sherman Deceased Augustane Smathhasler D naalle Ohm F na Strutlxoppert cllowaa Ohro CLASS OF 191-l Roy Arweller Farmer Danvalle Ohm Oam Donald Baugher Teacher Bellefontarnt Ohm Bernard Durban Supt of Schools Slew Raegcl Ohm ,lustan Durbrn Farmer Dansalle Ohm Donna Emerack Colops Danvalle Ohro Mane Fawcett Humbert C tnton Ohro james Leple 4Cancannatr Ohm james Logs on-Columbus Ohm Ralph McMallan Deceased Edward Mackley Farmer Danwallc Ohm Hershel Pankle jelloway Ohro ohn Propca armer Damallc Ohro Asa Remrncton Deceased Mark Sherman Deceased Ada Spearman Scholes Danaalle Ohm Mane Volt' Sammons Danyalle Ohm Mary VUorkman Hoagland Damallc Ohm Dale W'orkman Farmer Frederatktown Ohm CIASSO1- 1915 Ruth ArnholtHowenstanc loudonxrllt Ultra Eva Barley Mt Nernon Ohm Iucalle Church C olumhus Ohm C larentc DcXX att Akron Ohm Aloy saus Durban Mt Ntrnon Ohm lna Gamertsfcldtr Marrrtd Mrssmnarx rpan a a aa a ac ea ama C aaa Zora Greer Daalea Danvalle Ohm Floyd Hauger Hagh School Teacher Ba Slaoma Hunter Horn XX oostcr Ohm Bernrce Kaylor Battner Danvalle Ohro Page Erghfy two Calxan LaFever Deceased Frank Leonard Detroat Machrgan Ruby Maple Nlarrred Vuashangton Byron Motz Cleyeland Ohro Edwan Penorwood Deceased Walter Sapp Enganeer Mt Vernon Ohro Bernrce Shuman Clark Damallc Ohro Walter Smeethe Lndertaker Mallwood Ohro Rhea Smrth Durban 115 N th St henmore Ora Darrus Strouse Newcomerstown Ohro Verna Staats Mr:Mallan Danxalle Ohro Benaaman Wander Columbus Ohro C race Xkelsh Heffelfancer Mt Vernon Dema XVheaton Arthur-Columbus Ohro Elazabeth Whatney Gorsuch-Crambaer CLASS OF 1916 Velma -Xrvaelltr Paton Akron Ohro Fmerson Barnes Granvrlle Ohro Lowell Beatt New York New York Beatrace Dur an Belt-Columbus Ohm Constance Durban Halsema-Columbus Ina Gaumer Horn Mt Vernon Ohro julaa Geog Cooper Howard Ohro jennre Habbets Condon Columbus Ohro Hazel Hagans Olaver-Columbus Ohro Rachard Hunter Enganeer Memphas Tcnncsscc Fdwan Kaylor-Columbus Ohro Mary Keck Scholes Danvalle Ohro Fthel Lower Conroy Deceased Rachard Means Salesman lxenmore Ohm Sadae Maller Thompson Danvalle Ohm Grace Nerdcrhouser Busenhurg Danvalle Ohro Elazabeth Reed Tucker Danvalle Ohro Zelma Reed Frasher Deceased Wallaam Sapp-Gambaer Ohro Lola Sherman Burns Blooman ton Indaana Martha Smathhasler Stenogra er Cantannata Ohro Clatford Strouse-Glenmont hro Quancy Workman-Georgaa CLASS OF 191 Talmadge Banbury-Charo ractor Mt Vernon Ohro Ohm Ohro Ohro Halary Blubaugh Deceased Ray Bross Farmer Danvalle Ohro Cleora Chrrstopher Fuller Chacago lllrnoas Albert Coleman Flemble Co Damallc Ohro Stephen Colopy Munacapal udge Akron Ohm Rosa Durban Kang Decease Burdetta Gaanes Loney Mt Vernon Ohm Carl Gardner Farmer Howard Ohro Vargala Gardner Arnold Howard Ohro Harold jones Lt Col U S Arm josephane Leplex Teacher Colum us Ohm Ava Later Gaanes Howard Ohm Iva Petty Howard Ohro Walter Reynolds Garage Wooster Ohro Royal Robeson Dentast Canton Ohm Pearl Ross Teacher Butler Ohro Earl Sapp Deceased Russell Sells West Wallard Shultz 448-1 Euclad Axe Euclad Ohro Lucy Stallanter Deceased Mae Xwarrensford Keafer Covana Calafornaa Gladys Rosalae Wolf Maamr Florada Homer Workman Deceased Savalla Xvorkman Rachert Damallc Ohm Whatney LeMay Shrevesport Pennsylaanra CLASS OF 1918 Herbert Barnes Mt Vernon Ohro George Blubaugh Deceased Donald Church Akron Ohm Walter Dexore Manstield Ohm Donatus Durban Rasenna Ohro Fdna Emerack Hall-Orrsallc Ohro Cletus Farmer-Cleveland Ohao Harlty Games Farmer Howard Ohro Bessae Greer Steaner-Greer Ohm Ina Hagans Mtfrrrgens Cleseland Ohro Rosa Hauger Strangfellow Manstaeld Ohro Charles Henley-Columbus Ohro Henry Henley Lawyer Barherton Ohro - 1 ' 1' - -J ev ' , ' ' , gy 7 . ,R 1 ' ' I g--if 3 5 lor., C '- ,a- f 4 C . H ' - f-- ' D ' q -ixfsff ,a- V 1' 1 kv- Y V. 'A . I .y ' - .1 - L., ' 'I Veg? RiFg.Bufr0ugh5-Ljccugcd james Barnes-Teacher-Canton, Ohlo ' , 5. .'. 3 V I. l n - - ' 'M - , ' v - L y L, . 3 of y ' . . E. , - . - - , r 'L " . 'F L YV A FV' ' 4, . I '-. l . . . I . y' ,-A. K .r ', -1 'V ' I. 'Vg ' K, ' , I A - I .Vi H ld. Cr. dnev-M kl I D. Ile, 11 4 ' . 'H I K, I ,' I l - O I ' V- yan, Clltlar I- ' TF-Q lx I , A The Cloraon Roscoe Lconard Detroat Machagan Gaallard Parrrsh Produce Dealer Damalle Ohro Leota Sapp Sammons Lama Ohro Bernard Shaffer Auto Dealer Damrlle Ohro Elazabeth Smeethe Reese Howard Ohm joseph Smathhasler Farmer Dansalle Ohro Garlen Strouse Deceased Mae Warnsford Kerfer Akron Ohao Helen Welker Ross Montrcello lndaana Varcal Whatney Dentast DeGraH Ohro Pearl Workman Conkle Deceased CLASS OF 1919 Clarencc Awwrller Farmer Frederacktown Ohro Dwaght Banbury Maalcarraer Danvrlle Ohao Mary Durban Srster Mary justan Detroat Machagan Hazel Farmer Secretary Akron Ohro Ozro Kaylor Mallan Busaness Danvrlle Ohro Bernadette Lower Wa ely San Antonao Texas Harold Motz Teacher Massallon Ohao Ruth Nyhart Han er-Columbus Ohao Martha Parsons ussell Pattsburgh Pennsylyanaa Verna Purdy Wendell San Daego Calafornaa Angella Smathhasler Saster Frances Maraon Ohro Mary Stallanger Crosley Deceased Albert Wheaton Newark Ohro CLASS OF 1970 Anna folopy Gardner Akron Ohao Helen A Colo y Deceased Maud Conkle nyder Garretsvalle Ohro Clyde Delong Center Vallage Ohro Gertrude Durban Gardner Howard Ohro Cletus Gardner Brankhaven Ohro Chelnassa Gree Race Barberton Ohro Nlellae Lauderbaugh Allen Prudence West Varganaa Alfred Logsdon Danvrlle Ohro Esther Logsdon Stammel Texas Nellae Ma ers Deceased Susan Malia Deceased Naoma Rrce Haskans St Louas Massoura Annabelle Scholes Banbury Danvrlle Ohm Harley Sammons Lama Ohm Faye Slate Body Cuyahoga Falls Ohm Forest Staats Shultz Danvrlle Ohm Ronald Wander Caval Enganeer Brac Pennsylvanaa Thomas Whatney Mallwood Ohm Sarah Workman Deardorf Toledo Ohro CLASS OF 1921 Bernard Aleacander Danvrlle Ohro Eva Barley France-Canton Ohm Gladys Baker Shaw Ashland Ohm Harr Darley 227 Hedges St Mansfaeld Ohro Elrza eth Blubaugh Deceased Neva Cochran Berger Danvrlle Ohro Harry Daily 227 Hedges St Mansheld Ohro Lucy Ferenbaugh Payne Wooster Ohm AnnaW Gardner Walters Cleveland Ohro Ross Hoovler Mt Vernon Ohro Fva Kaylor Purdy Howard Ohro Dwaght Lafer Turkey Farm Danvrlle Ohm Maurace McMallan Bangs Ohro Fnsal lNIcNIabb Teacher Mansfaeld Ohro Ralph Mrckley Farmer Danvrlle Ohm Ensal Malls Danvrlle Ohro Plumo Malls Steward Deceased Niartha Parrash jones Coshocton Ohro Irene Reed Doup-Amrty Ohm Fdath Reed Alexander Nlcw Castle Ohro Rodney Race Deceased Geneva Robeson Parker Dansalle Ohm Herman Shultz Farmer Danvallc Ohm Luke Smathhasler Mechanac Loudomalle Ohm jennae Stallrnger Nurse fanton Ohao Maralla Welker Macklcx Danvrlle Ohro Susan Wlhatney Damalle Ohro Clio M xx7OUlflClf.C Scott Howard Ohro CLASS OF I977 'Kala M Banbury Deceased Ralph farser Salesman Bucyrus Ohro Mary L Greer Ellaot Danvrlle Ohm john Hammond Teacher Calafornaa Florence Hardang Lafer Danvrlle Ohm Ellrs Hauger Mt Vernon Ohro Floyd Hess Mt Vernon Ohro Robert Humbert Mt Vernon Ohro Charles jones-Columbus Ohro Clara Lepley Amaty Ohro Troynette Lower McDonald Akron Ohro Leona Neaderhouser ShatTer Danyalle Ohao Coreta Race Darley 727 Hedges St Mansfield Ohro Bernard Rachcrt Mansfaeld Ohro Harold Rachard 119 Harvard Ave Mansfaeld Ohro Kenneth Ross Insurance-Challacothe Ohro Frances Sapp Durban Akron Ohro Harold Shackle-Canton Ohm Harvey Shumaker Danvrlle Ohro Ferne Wander Kendle-Columbus Ohao Clafford Stallanger Houston Texas Raymond Stull Ashland Ohro Thelma Young Lauderbaugh Danvrlle Ohro CLASS OF 1923 Robert Allen Amrt Ohro Ramona Banbury Re cr South Bend lndrana Ruth Beck Church Danvrlle Ohao Lula Cochran Nurse Pompano Beach Florada Nellae DeLong Bebout Teacher Bladensburg Ohro Ralph Doolattle Deceased Walter Dunn Mt Vernon Ohm Chrastopher Durban Danvrlle Ohro Eugene Durban Akron Ohro Eustacaus Durban Attorney-Columbus Ohro Ignatus Durban Rockford Illanoas Bernard Farmer Draftsman Faarport Harbor Ohro Albert Fenderack Teacher Shelby Ohro Mabel Greer Race Ashland Ohro Clara Hammond Mrckley Louasvrlle Ohro Frank Hawkans Mt Vernon Ohro Farland Humbert Grocer Howard Ohro Lester Hyatt Deceased Cora Lauderbaugh Vanon West Varganaa Fenton Logsdon Clerk Danvrlle Ohro Wallaam Money Brankhaven Ohro Dorothy Nyhart Severns-Greer Ohao Myron Purd Mallwood Ohro Traesa Rane ngle Teacher Danvrlle Ohao Ernest Robeson Sacramento Calafornaa Isabel Sap olumbus Ohro Lawrence app-Columbus Ohao Louase Smathhasler Barley-Grundy Center Iowa Walter Stephenson-Columbus Ohro Grover Strouse Teacher Amaty Ohro Orva Tasserand Akron Ohro joy Workman Campbell Wadsworth Ohro Ronald Workman Farmer Danvrlle Ohro Paul Wraght Columbus Ohro CLASS OF 1924 Mabel Barley Vogel Akron Ohro Dorma Barker Howard Ohro Ma Beck Danvrlle Ohro Eve yn Church Tracy Danvrlle Ohao Dorothy Clawson Haleen Obao Ruth Clawson Anewukale Ra land Ohro Coreta Darlrn Spurgeon Wal ondang Ohro Ferne Fendrac Palmer Mallersburg Ohao Francas Gardner Akron Ohro Donald Grassbaugh Accountant Detroat Machagan Grlbert Harmer Danvrlle Ohao Mathew Hawkans Detroat Machagan justan Henley-Columbus Ohm Frances Kaylor Humbert Howard Ohro Ramona Koppert Deceased Robert Logsdon Akron Ohm Ross Magers Farmer Howard Ohm Raymond Mrckley Louasvalle Ohm Coralae Neaderhouscr Matchart Clenmont Ohro Ross Nyhart Deceased Lucallc Reed Doup Amata Ohm F hrlm Race Mansfield Ohio Flaoyd Race Banker Ashland Ohaa james Race Westanghouse Mansfreld Ohro lack Robeson Hagh School Teacher Mt Vernon Oban Page Eaghfy three . .1 1 . W I ' I I . . r . I V v- I . ' . T 'Y L I 1 ' 1 v W 7 I 'W ' 1 . 1 1 ' . ' T' ' 1 . 7 4 ' ' ' C- ' . ., 1 . , . ' - I.' . ,, ' ' 4 . ' . . . A 1 ' . . I. , . I-M . i ,' r . I 1 " . " ' . . I , I - . . I , ' T I I I. Y - .I I I . II I . II- , . - I - I I . - , - I I I I I . I 4 -,.. I ' I I 1 , I ' - i - , - ' . . ' . T ' T I . -' '- I ' If ' . r . I - . I I . . M .II . I - - I , .- I ' T ' A- 1 A W V 'I ' T-A T I I . - - . ' . '- .' f . . - ' . 1 . ' ' .5 - ' , A ' . f a . ' - ' . . ' 1 . - - ' 1 ' a F' ' . . 1 ' 1 1 p , . . . 1 T it I r ' - I - I , ' ' 1 ' 1 a . . . 1 - . ' -4 . ' . 1- i i v I ' . e W . ', - ' o - . . 5 ' ' 1 v . , Q- ', - .' ' ' '1 l ' s I . v ' , ' I, I, ' I ' Herman Paar-Farmer-Greer, Ohro .. ' . ' 1 . ' I . I ' I I E- I I I - - I ' 1 1 I I- . - I 1 .I ref ' - . . . - , . ' -A ' - v . I I- - - , - - . . I .- I . I- . . . , I L 1 .1 1 , ,,, v I ' . . - - , . ' . - , 1 -I I a ' ' T I . ' 1 a . 1 - a I ' . - I I ' 4 , . ' 1 f , , - r , - - I I- . . 1 .' 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I ' 1 - I 1 a The Clorron 51 Elrzabeth Slpp Nurse New York Nlrnrrd Scott Mrnrster Palmy a Ohro C lenn-r Shultz Brennrnres Mt Vernon Ohm Carl Nmrth Russelton Pennsylyanra Robert Strrngfellow Mt Nernon Ohm lna Stulllxunkle4C1nC1nn1tr Ohro Harry Welker Columbus Ohro llsre W estrreh Columbus Ohro Stanley Workman Deceased lloytlYoul'1L Nit Vernon Ohro Thelma Young Deceased CLASS Ol 1975 Clrtlord Allen Mt Nernon Orm Carl Arnold Clerreal Work Akron Ohro Bur Awwrller Putanee Cas Co Weslaee 'lens Ceerl Beck Greer Ohro Martha Hlubaufeh Columbus Ohro Stella Body Sapp Columbus Ohm Flrzabeth Campbell Lane Wfrllrams Arrzuna Loren Cummrngs Deceased Prus Durbrn Danyrlle Ohro ldward Fulmer Mt Vernon Ohm Mary Garnes McGrbney Columbus Ohro Mary Gardner Durbm Drnvrlle Ohro Teresa Grassbaugh Noser johnxyrlle Ohro Arden Greer Personnel Drreetor Parnesvrlle Ohro Crrl Hammond Supt ot School Howard Ohro Veronrea Harlett Stenoerapher Mt Xernon Ohro Cecrl Hendershott Lancaster Ohro Gladys Hendershott Columbus Ohm Theresa Hoberg Strrnefellow Deceased Gordon Humbert Prrnerpal Irma Ohro Orpha Kaylor Mrley Ashlrnd Ohro Llva Krrk Bartrum 158 Prospett St Berea Ohro Laura Lauderbaugh Newark Ohro Dean Prpes Loudonyrlle Ohro Dorrs Rree Danyrlle Ohro john W Rrce4Greer Ohm Dorothy Sapp Hlubaueh Damrlle Ohro Edna Sapp Rree--Greer Ohm Kenneth lhateher Garaeemrn Warsaw Ohm Wrnnre Wheaton Wrnterrrnger Drnvrlle Ohm Bertha Wheaton Lawrence Mt Xernon Oh o Mary Seyrtts Hartman Danvrlle Ohm Helen Whrte Franks Hartyrlle Ohm Ferne W'orkman Danyrlle Ohm Glenn Workman Mt Vernon Ohro Lamotta Workman Deceased CLAss Ol 1976 Marre Arnold Groetz Akron Ohm Barnetta Banbury Frnley North Manchester lndrrna Munrea Blubauph Smrth Cleveland Ohro Ralph Blubauph Danyrlle Ohm Ralph Cornell Real Istate Centerburg Ohm Wrllard Darly Newark Ohm Inez Durbrn Harlett Hrelr Sehool Teacher Danvrlle O Ralph Durbrn Akron Ohro George Hrmmond Columbus Ohm Layerne lxrrk Mrllrnp Busrness Mrllwood Ohm Hervre Rrley Merchant Danyrllc Ohm Donna Robeson Lederer C leveland Ohm Coletta Shultz Durbm Danvrlle Ohm Mrchael Smrthhrsler leather Danvrllc Ohro Ruth Stone Teacher Onrono Ohro Dale Stull Columbus Ohro Helen Stull Mrller Mt Vernon Ohm Opal Wrse Grrens Mt Vernon Ohm Dorrs Workman Metealfe Mt Vernon Ohm Omra Workman Ashland Ohm CLASS OF 197 Cretora Brttrn Whrte How rrd Ohm john Body Bangs Ohm Fdna Coehrrn Smrth Newark Ohro Wrlford Colopy Frrrner Drnvrl e Ohm llara Durbm junesr tolumbus Ohm Rrehard Durbm Danyrlle Ohm Severn Durbm Bethesda Maryland Zelma Durbm Fry Mt Xernon Ohm l.aVon Fowler Clrflord Gardner Nev. York New Xml, Page Erghfy four Regrna Grassbaugh Deceased Bernrce Hardrng Armstrong Amrty Ohm Margaret Harlett Danyrllc Ohm Leota HendershottCasey Orl Crty Pennsylyanra Claude Henley Columbus Ohm Opal lkarser Hardesty Anderson South Carolrna Luke Mrlls Danyrlle Ohm Clarence Mrzer Darry Bar Danxrlle Ohm Dorothy Purdy Lynn 1905 F lst St Long Beaeh Ca rfornra Cletus Sapp-Columbus Ohro Paul Sheperd Deceased W'rnrt'red Sheperd Hammond Howard Ohro Raymond Smrth Stock Dealer Drnvrlle Ohro Allen Whrte Farmer Danyrlle Ohm Bernard Workman Teacher Holmesyrlle Ohm Donald W'orkman Archrteet Detrort Mrehrgrn Glen Workman North C rnton Ohro Vrda Workman Robeson Teacher Danyrlle Ohro CLASS OF 1928 Paul Arnold Deceased Harold Barley Mt Vernon Ohro john Baker Sand Plant lmployee Mrllwood Ohro Clrfford Banbury Truck Drryer Danvrllc Ohro Werden Banbury Loudonvrlle Ohro Florence Blubaugh Frnan Danyrlle Ohro Kathryn Black Gebler Buffalo New York Lours Blubaugh Danyrlle Ohro Ruth Blubaugh Prechowskr Canton Ohro Ralph Body Farmer Damrlle Ohro Otto Fesler Danyrlle Ohro Ronald Garnes Fur Dealer Mt Xernon Ohro Lthel GrHrn Butler Mt Vernon Ohro Bernrce Hawk Rrce Mansneld Ohro ldrth Harmer Mt Vernon Ohro Donald Hess Mt Vernon Ohro Lorna Hyatt Knox Mt Vernon Ohro Meryl Kaylor Loudonvrlle Ohro Dale Lannrng Nlorwalk Ohro Helen Mcflroy Mrller Deceased lya Mrzer Body Danvrllc Ohro Paulrne Mowery Ross Mt Vernon Ohro Ralph Mowery Danrrlle loursc Parsons Vernon Gambrer Ohro Agatha Sapp Secretary Clereland Ohro Paul Srmmons Clerk Ashland Ohro Maurrne Shultz Fesler Danyrlle Ohro Lclward Styers Flfmtf-G3mblCf Ohro Ruby W'elsh Danvrlle Ohro Idward W'hrte Farmer Howard Ohro lucrlle Wrmmer Wlhrtney Mrllwood Ohro Florence Workman Teacher Beach Crty Ohm Kenneth W'orkman Farmer Danvrlle Ohro CLASS OF 1929 Burdetta Body Woods Danvrllc Ohro Lmmeretta Colopy Krren Post Otirce Damrlle Ohro Hugh Cology Akron Ohro Vrrerl Crot ers-Cleyeland Ohro Henry Durbrn-Crncrnnatr Ohro Lucy Durhrn W'orkman Mt Vernon Ohro Paul Ed ar Undertaker Danrrlle Ohro Robert lras lllrnors james Fesler Consultrny. Lnbrneer at B 6. W' Brrber ton Ohro erome Fesler Mt Verron Ohro Thomas Gardner Standard Orl Drst Danyrlle Ohro Burl Green Mansheld Ohro Blame Greer Farmer Greer Ohro W'rlford Heaton-Cleyeland Ohro Vrrprnra Henley Sentt-Columbus Ohro Vrolet Logsdon Payne Danvrlle Ohro Dorothy Nerderhouser Odell Mt Vernon Ohro Marron Ranck Fry Danyrlle Ohro judson Rree Farmer Danyrllc Ohro Clarrssa Sapp Starr Wooster Ohro Helen Sapp Burpener Akron Ohro George Shultz Loudonrrlle Ohro Helen Strtrlern Workman Detrort Mrchrgan Olrye Stull Baker Danyrlle Ohro Leone Swrtzer Murdock jelloway Ohro Hazel Thatcher Beck-Greer Ohro Vaomr Whnterrrnger Thatcher W'arsaw Ohro - r 'H' :T ' Y "' fl- A . 1 ' . " 1 r . . - j 7 . ' I , . - ' , .' e 4 . ' , ' 1' '. r . - .. '- ,', 1' '. . . , . . . ' '- . A , r I'- , , - ' ' Q' ' - '. - ' J- . I I .Q W. II I . - . II I I. I . . ' '71 . . L -II,' ,r' I ,,.ImIIg.-1. - 'V TT I V' .TT ' ' , . " 7 . 7 ' .' ' l ' f- ' rf ..-' . I Y . 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The Clarion 57 Betty Workman Edgar Danyrlle Ohm Edwxn Workman Farmer Danyrlle Ohm Ira Workman Farmer Danyxlle Ohm CLASS OF 1950 Nanna Baker Strouse Mrllwood Ohm Albert Banbury Lumber Dealer Danulle Ohm Harland Beck Farmer Danyrlle Ohm Marlorne Black Stern-Cleveland Ohm Augustine Blubaugh Farmer Danyrlle Ohlo Harold Blubaugh-Cleyeland Ohm Anna Durbm Monroe Mrchrgan Edward Durbm Garthersburg Maryland Leonard Durbm-Columbus Ohm Paul Durbm Mrll Employee Danulle Ohm Cletus Gardner Accountant Akron Ohm Gertrude Gardner Colopy Danvrlle Ohm Gertrude Glrhn Sharp Loudonvrlle Ohm Frances Grasshaugh Hawk Danulle Ohm Martha Grassbaugh Secretary-Columbus Ohm Bonnre Green Greer Danvrlle Ohm Dwr ht Greer Farmer-Greer Ohm Ralp Heaton-Greer Ohm Pauline Hendershott Gray Danville Ohm Willard Holt Implement Dealer Danyrlle Ohm Thelma Lower Durbm Danyrlle Ohm Eva McMillan Yearous Danvrlle Ohm SadreM1ller 'Nlurse Newark New ersey jake Murdock Danvxlle Ohm Ronald Rrchert Mt Vernon Ohm Cla1rR1ce Implement Dealer Mt Vernon Ohm Agnes R1neThuma Stenographer Zanesyxlle Ohm Lunda Robeson Danville Ohm Darrel Shaffer Postmaster Loudonvrlle Ohm Grace Shultz Lentz Galmn Ohm Mary StullWelker Ashland Ohm George Styers Newark Ohm Fern Temple Dunn Greer Ohm Sarah TrsserandSn1vely Danville Ohro Vmlet Tem le Kaylor Danvrlle Ohm Dwrght We ker U S Army Garnet Wxse Telephone Manager Danvrllc Ohm Donna Workman Glasgo Danvrlle Ohm Dorrs Wlorkman Banbury Danville Ohm B ron Yearous Farmer Danvrlle Ohm E lsworth Zrmmerman Brmkhaven Ohm CLASS OF 1951 Vrrcrnra Banbury Snlvely jelloway Ohm Otto Blubaugh Farmer Danvxlle Ohm Owen Blubaugh Deceased Howxrd Bower Dmvrlle Ohm Edrth Colopy Stull Columbus Ohm Madeline CullrsonG1lmore Mrllwood Ohm Kenneth Darly Greensvxlle South Carohna Charles Drake Danville Ohm Agnes Durbm Harlett Danvrlle Ohm Arthur Durbm Danvrlle Ohm Carl Durbm Gaxthersburg Maryland Kenneth Durbin Danville Ohm Howrrd Edgar Mansheld Ohm Mary Fesler Banbury Danvrlle Ohm Naomr Eesler Beach Mt Vernon Ohm Mrldred Greer Greer Ohm Susan Heaton Greer Greer Ohm Zuma Hochstetlerflme Danvrlle Ohm Florence Holbrook Eulfner Danvllle Ohm Robert kaylor Mt Vernon Ohm Vmlet May Kaylor Baurher Danvrlle Ohm Eleanor Lyons Rlce Mansheld Ohm Sterl McClurg Machrmst Warren Ohm Frances Mrller Stenographer Akron Ohm Earl Porter Washrngton D C Dorothy Pler Rrehert Mt Vernon Ohm Herman Preston West Vrrgrnra Naomn Ross Shxves Hancock Maryland George Sapp Columbus Ohm Lucrlle Sapp-Akron Ohm nhn Nhults Howard Ohm Edna Slllllh Spearman Drnyxllt Ohm Nlargaret Smrthfhadrl Damxlle Ohm Donrld Snryely Danvnlle Ohm Lotus Snow Enghsh Professor Hope College Holland Mrchrgan Robert Spearman Danville Ohm Alrce Trsserand Patterson--Coschocton Ohm Robert Walters Teacher--Coshocton Ohm Iva WrnterrrngerSm1th Trverton Ohm Gerald Workman Danvrlle Ohm Florse Mowery Murdock Danyxlle Ohm CLASS OF 1932 Howard Banbury Danville Ohm Martha Beck-Columbus Ohm Edward Blubaugh Farmer Danyrlle Ohm Anastasrus Blubaugh Mt Vernon Ohm Laverne Blubaugh Danvrlle Ohm Clara Boeshart Brow n-Canton Ohm Dorothy Body Yarman Amrty Ohm Florence Boeshart Brown Mt Vernon Ohm Elsa Cochran Dennrs Canton Ohm Germanus Colopy Electrrcran Zanesvrlle Ohm Lugene Durbm Rockford llhnors Neva Durbm Danulle Ohm Harris Farmer Los Angeles Calrfornxa Louis Gardner Farmer Howard Ohm Ivelyn Gardner Smger Warsaw Ohm Marguerrte Gardner Durbm Akron Ohm Florence Green Shaffer Mansfield Ohm Vrrgrnra Hardman Oswalt Ilelloway Ohm Glenn Hrner Loudonvrlle Ohm Laysel Hochstetler Instructor Arkansas Agr College Samuel Holt Danvrlle Ohm Lorame Horn karmer Danvnlle Ohm Opal KaylorM1zer Danvrlle Ohm Lenore Muller Rrley Danvllle Ohm john Nerderhouser Danvrlle Ohm Ralph Rrce Implement Dealer Mt Vernon Ohm Marthella Shaw Shaw Los An eles Cahfornra Frances Smrth Hauger Howarf Ohm Eileen Stout Hugh School Teacher Mansfield Ohm George Watson Engrneer Prttsburgh Pennsylvania Glenn Wharton U S Army Maryorre Whrte Lepley Mt Vernon Ohm Harry Workman Farmer Danvrlle Ohm CLASS OE 1935 Ethel Arnold Bookkee er Mt Vernon Ohm Myra Arnold Fowler oshocton Ohm Donald Awwrller Mt Vernon Ohm Charles Boeshart Mt Vernon Ohm Laura Bower Thorn Butler Ohm Rosamond Burns Nurse Middletown Ohm Carl Derr jelloway Ohm Ruth Dunn Slecman Frederrcktown Ohm john Durbm Akron Ohm Mary Durbm Blubaugh Danyrlle Ohm Teresa Durbm Byrd Loudon'-xlle Ohm Carl Fesler Reparr Shop-Danyxlle Ohm Paulrne Fulmer-Canton Ohm Irvm Grassbaugh Poultry Dealer Danvxlle Ohm Duane Greer Loudonvrlle Ohm Mary Hawk Waremen Columbus Ohm Kathleen Hendershott Mt Vernon Ohm Edwin Lyons Danvrlle Ohm Edna Ma es Stenographer Mt Vernon Ohm Olive M1 ler Grassbaugh Howard Ohm Claude Mlzer Farmer Danvxlle Ohm Russel Nyhart Farmer Danvrlle Ohm Lee Pore Mansfield Ohm Marcella Robeson Teacher Columbus Ohm Florence Sapp-Stenographer Columbus Ohm Neva Sap Deceased Carl Smut Tree Surgeon Warren Ohm Irene Wlalker-Gambler Ohm Evelyn WhlteK1racofe Sidney Ohm Eldon Workman Farmer Danvllle Ohm CLASS OF 1934 Clare Arnold Smuth Akron Ohm loseph Baker Damxlle Ohm lull f rmpbell farpenter Damrlle Ohm Bernard Colopx Danyrlle Ohm joseph lross Llllfllkllfl folumhus Ohm Letha Crouthers Bowers Glenmont Ohm Audrey Drake-Deceased Page Eughty five - 1 ,Q ' - - " f, 4 . . . 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Shultz Howard Ohr Ntrgtnra Mrller Nmrth Damrlle Ohro Bethel Movsery Honolulu Havtalr Guy Mouery Mt Nernon Ohro Ralph Parsons Deceased Xrrgtl Pryor Flxrhlt loudonyrlle Ohm Charles Rrct Mt Vernon Ohro Carl Shultz Dttcased Rrchard Shultz Crncrnnatr Ohro Catherrne Smrth Shorder Akron Ohm Benyamrn Stroble4l'leyeland Ohro Mrrtam Truex Fletcher Danvrlle Ohm Hazel Strouse Sheywman Damrlle Ohro Ktrth Welker Deceased Ardella Vsrmmcr Stump Sevrlle Ohm Margaret Nlsrse Dual Danvrlle Ohro Harker Vsorkman Damrlle Ohro Herman Workman Beach Cnty Ohro Rosalie Workman Lrfer jellovsay Ohro CLASS Ol' 1955 lsathleen Aswtrller Waters Blrssheld Ohm Rowena Aysvtrller Workn1xn Damrlle Ohro Creraldrne Banbury Sellers loudonvrlle Ohm K atherrne Bluhaugh C ood K rrcleyrlle Ohro Allred Bluhauph Brrnkhasen Ohro Llmse Blubaugh Cyrassbaugh Danvrlle Ohro tarl Boeshart Damrlle Ohm Bette Bradhcld Porter Mt Vernon Ohro Ruth Colopy Blubaugh Damrlle Ohm Frank Cross Cleyeland Ohm Bermce Dral McMahon Mt Vernon Ohm lxenneth Dunn Mrnrster lndran XX' ndell ldgar New York News York Gertrude Fesler Danvrlle Ohro Davrd Frank Loudomrlle Ohro Maxrne Humphrey Broadhurst Akron Ohm lzverett Kanuckel Implement Dealer Damrlle Genevreve Kaylor Mavxs Howard Ohro C ladys Lrghtner Mildred Loney Bell Akron Ohro kenneth Lybarg.,er Deceased joh1 Mrcklty Mt Vernon Ohro Banbury Mrller Deceased lrleen Murphy Mrzer Danvrlle Ohm Lucille Rrce Mondron Mt Vernon Ohro Leo Smrth Akron Ohro Blame Stumhaugh Greer Ohro Ruth Stumhaufeh Pollard Loudunvrlle Ohro Ruta Wfeber Sham-Coshocton Ohro Ruby Wrnttrrrn er Leedy Damrlle Ohro Eula Mae Workrmn Grant-Chlcago lllrnors CLASS OF 1936 Laurence Adams Mt Vernon Ohro Dean Arvyeller Danvrlle Ohro Vrr una Arnholt Cutler Howard Ohro Ma lBanbury Mrzer Danvrlle Ohro Wa ne Banbury Deceased Eve yn Blubaugh Shultz Damrlle Ohro jose h Blubaugh Deceased Cla ys Campbell Stumbaupeh Greer Ohm Mildred Colop Tulloss New Xork Royal Crrtchfle d Zanesyrlle Ohro Lecola Doug-Cleseland Ohro Lots Dunn anrels jellouay Ohro George Durbrn tolumhus Ohm Mary Durbrn St Hrlarre Ore on Theodore Frank Damrlle O no Fugenc l'ulmLt Mt Xernon Ohro john Gardner Mt Nernun Ohro Ohro le rt L r rsshaureh lsposrto New York New X ork Raynond Green Mansfield Ohro Fsrn Hothstetler Mt Xernun Ohro Page Erghfy sux Charlotte Humphrs Brumbaugh Brrnkhasen Ohm james jones Brrnkha-.en Ohro Harold Kanuckel Implement Dealer Damrlle Ohro Bull Leserrng Mt Vernon Ohro Danrel Lrghtncr tlrk Mansheld Ohro H1rleyMrzLr Farmer Damrlle Ohro Annabelle Motz Reuhlrng Danvrlle Ohro james Murphy lxrttanxny, Penns lsanla Dorothy Osgood Alexander Xlansheld Oho Lenore Rue Teacher loudonvrlle Ohm Franklrn Rrchert Mt Xernon Ohro Pearl Rrdenbaughfonkle Mt kernon Ohro Rohert Robrnson U S Army XVrlIram Sheashy Damrlle Ohm Wrlllam Shultzglrreer Ohro john Smrth Deceased Ruth Snovs Holdren Teather Damrlle Ohro oscph Straushaupeh Farmer Llenmont Ohro lrzaheth Strouse Overmyer Brrnkhaven Ohm Maxrne Styers Clyde Mt Vernon Ohro Ralph Truex Damrlle Ohm Blanche Tucker Danvrlle Ohro Ruth Vy'ander Anderson Krllhuck Ohro juanrta Workman Mt Vernon Ohro Robert Workman Farmer Danvrlle Ohro CLASS OF 1937 Thomas Bebout Walhondrng Ohro Ruth Brl eu Huston Bellatre Ohro Raymon Boeshart Danvrlle Ohro ohn Cogglns Frederrcktossn Ohm joe Colopy Deceased Aleta Doup lxrrkpatrrck Mt lrberty Ohro laul Durbrn Deceased Maxrne Florence L rbbs Seattle XVashmg,ton Martha HawkStaats Damrlle Ohro Anna Holbrook Barley Howard Ohro Twyla Horn Roberts Danvrlle Ohro Ruth Kerr Blubau1,h-Cleveland Ohro Myra Ioyser Muller Danvrlle Ohm Sarah Ma es Danvrlle Ohro jack MCC ary iolumbus Ohro Mrldred Nyhart Workman Danvrlle Ohro Eileen Mrtchell Srster oan of Arch Ossurrnp., N Y Nana Parsons Pembroo Mt Vernon Ohro Mary Rrce Srmmons-Columbus Ohro Ralph Sap Danvrlle Ohro Clarence S ultz Farmer Danvrlle Ohro Brll Stmmons-Columbus Ohro Rrta Shuman Robrnson Mt Vernon Ohro Frank Statler Perr ssrlle Ohm Bette Svstgert Cler Columbus Ohro lxathleen Summers Kacyzrnske Chrcago lllrnors Henry Weber Mt Vernon Ohro Wava Vyforkman Hammond Damrlle Ohro Darvurn Young, Mansfield Ohro Leota Vsorkman Prrbble Loudonvrlle Ohro CLASS OF 1938 julra Adnan Brunrn Cleseland Ohro Madonna Banbury umper Mt Vernon Ohro Paul Banbury Danvrlle Ohro Frederrck Body Teacher Amrty Ohro Wlllram Boeshart Garner Iowa Oran Chapman Brrnkhaven Ohro Donald Lolopy Mt Vernon Ohro Dorothy Colopy Danvrlle Ohro john Colopy Danvrlle Ohro Bernard Dale-Calrfornra Rrta Durban Mt Vernon Ohro Ronald Farquhar Loudonvrllt Ohro Luctle Fesler Young Mansheld Ohro Raymond Frank Lrfer s Turkey Farm Danvrlle Ohm Ruth Frasher Altwrse Ashland Ohro Maurrce Gesslrng Mansfreld Ohro llatne Hrll Hamlrn Manstreld Ohro Charles Hurfmrn Deceased uentrn l.'H'lllIIlA, M Vernon Ohm urmhy leach Brrnkhaven Ohro edra McMrllan Sheldon Ohro Roger Mrller Perrysvrlle Ohro Edward Mtckley Damrlle Ohro Vrrgrnra Mrller Mt Vernon Ohro Ralph Mrzer Danvrlle Ohio 1 I ,Q - . u ,, 1 .I -4 ' . . 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The Clarion Robert Moreland Danvrlle Ohro Myron Murphy Toledo Ohro Delbert Orler-Columbus Ohm Blame Pembrook Nlt Vernon Ohm Dons Pryor Hagans Danynlle Ohm Robert Robrnson Deceased Charles Rrtc Mansneld Ohm Clayton Seholcs Cleveland Ohm Byers Shaw Surgeon Xkashrngton 1 H Martha Shaw Bebout Mt Nernon Ohm Raymond Shultz-Greer Ohm Arthur Smnth Akron Ohm Theodore Smxth Danvrllt Ohm Wendell Spearman Damxlle Ohm Lucrlle Strany, Payne Vvashrngton D I Betty Thompson Gallmn Damrlle Ohm Martrn Thorp Danvrlle Ohm ieorge Weber Mt Vernon Ohm Glenn Weber North Kanton Ohm Annabelle NX'orkman Danvllle Ohm Eleanor Vsforkman Ransburg lndranapolrs Indiana CLASS OF 1939 Mary Adams Awwrller Danyrlle Ohm james Adnan Deceased Martha ArnholtWathtel Nashvrlle Ohro Wrllram Bennett Howard Ohm Betty B1lruTruex Danyrlle Ohm Basil Blu au h Columbus Ohm Dorothy Blu augh Hrggms Howard Ohm john Blubaugh Crrclevrllc Ohm Marron Blubau1,hHarrrs Texas Cletus Boeshart Physrcran St Louns Mrssourr Helen Brecker Weber Danvrlle Ohm Dons Butts Chrrstopher Marretta Ohm Luella Clark Bertch Brnnkhaven Ohm Anna Coleman Hrvely Mt Vernon Ohm Francrs DeMyor Student U of Calrfornra Oakland Calrforma Marjorxe Dennrs Nyhart Danvrlle Ohm Robert Frank Loudonvllle Ohm Clarence Gaumer Mt Vernon Ohm james Hagans Danvrlle Ohm Glenn Havskrns Mt Vernon Ohm Eyelyn Hoar.,land Stackle Danyrlle Ohm Fddre jones Brmkhaven Ohm Mrldred Kaylor Hunter Brandon Ohm Vrrgrnra McDougal Hoover Danvllle Ohm joseph Mrckley Danvrllc Bank Danvrllc Ohro Florence Muller Gault Detrort Mrchrgan james Mrller Columbus Ohm Robert Motz Danville Ohm Marlorre Nerderhouser Gueulette Mt Vernon Ohm josephme Rrce Wolfe Mt Vernon Ohm Barbara Rrce Wolfe Mt Vernon Ohm Eileen Rrchert Mosher Danvrlle Ohm va Robrnson Green Mansfxeld Ohm Wanda Rush Rahn New Castle Ohm Molly Senftfoodrng Danvrlle Ohm Laken Staats Howard Ohm Dorothy Stumbaugh Cardner Mt Vernon Ohm Donald Thorp-Danvrlle Ohm Velma TurneyCornelrus Mt Vernon Ohm oseph Waters U S Army ernard Weber Deceased Ina joe Wheeler Norton Wheelrng West Vrrgrnn Byron Workman Flxxble Loudonvrlle Ohm Paulrne Workman Conrad Loudonvrlle Ohm CLASS OF 1940 Robert Alexander Mt Vernon Ohm Lrllran Baupher Carskadau I rncrnnatr Ohm Maxrne Bluhaugh Washrngton Otto Blubaugh Akron Ohm Pauline Blublugh C artlncr H rvsard Ohm Dorothy Brookx M sore Akr n Ohm Dorn Bro rks Zrmmcrmm jtysett Ohm Betts Cl ult n lit hs Mt Ncrnon Oh 0 Mary flrrk llllott Brrnkhrytn Ohm Arnold Colopy Damrllt Ohio Marx Dayrs Bechtel Ankenytoun Ohm Edna Drdrncer Sheldvn Danynlle Ohu Nimrn Gesslmrz Fdgar Nlansneld Ohro Martha Greer Staats Danvrlle Ohm Brll Hagans Danvrlle Ohm Mary Alrce Hammond Attlesberger Danulle Ohm Ernest Krdwell Columbus Ohm Rose Mane Lower Bennett Akron Ohm Dale McClarn Mrssmnary-China joseph McMrllan Mt Vernon Ohm Helen Mrcklcy Thorp Danville Ohm Brlly Muller Loudonvrlle Ohm Harold Muller Loudonyrllc Ohm Wesley Muller Danyrlle Ohm Maxine Mrtchelllryxne Mt Vernon Ohm Wrllram Senft Danvrlle Ohm Kenneth Shav. Farmer Danvrlle Ohm Charles Shultz Mt Vernon Ohm Bessre Strang Hermberger Loudonvrlle Ohm Nled Staats Danvrlle Ohm james Strang Loudonvrlle Ohm Walter Temple Greer Ohm Bethel Thompson Wells St Petersburg., Florida james Troyer Buckeye Lake Ohm jean Wander Collrns Tennessee Clara Weber Wolf Mt Vernon Ohm Bonnxe Whrte L nch 'Slew York Farth Whrtney eeder Danvrlle Ohm CLASS OF 1941 Dorothy Banbury Sellers jelloway Ohm joseph Blubaugh Danvrlle Ohm Edward Boeshart Mt Vernon Ohm Ruth Buxton Derrrnberger Loudonvrlle Ohm Robert Chalfant Mt Vernon Ohm Wrllram Chalfant Mt Vernon Ohio Russel Cly-Oregon Irene Davis Frederrcktovun Ohm Barbara Durbrn Place Wapakoneta Ohm Clyde Heaton Navy Yard Phrladelphra Pennsylvama Karlene Hxll Doup-Frederrcktown Ohm Sara jane jones Brrnkhaven Ohro Bessre jurgens Mansrield Ohm Helen Kanuckle Spurgeon Danville Ohm Wrllxam Martrn Brrnkhaven Ohro Anna McClaln Movsery Danvrlle Ohm Ralph McMrllan Danvrlle Ohm Mary Lourse Mrckle Boeshart Mt Vernon Ohm jane Mrlls Srnclarr Youngstown Ohm Robert Mrzer Danville Ohm Ruth Rrcc Hull Howard Ohm Tyrus Rrce Danvrlle Ohro Betty Robrnson Mansfield Ohm Alrce Schaub Carter-Greer Ohm Martha Scholes McMullen Danvrlle Ohio jean Senft Secreta Dayton Ohm Kathryn Smxth Lloyd Danvrlle Ohm Kenneth Spurgeon Deceased Delmar Stumbaugh Mt Vernon Ohm Eva Temple Clements Mansfreld Ohm james Thompson Mt Vernon Ohm Paul Thompson Mt Vernon Ohm joseph Wrllrams-Niansneld Ohm CLASS OF 194 9 George Adnan U S Army rm Alexander Mt Vernon Ohm on Arnholt Mt Vernon Ohm Bethel Baker McFarland Krllbuck Ohm Harrret Banbury Webster Columbus Ohro Ral h Banbury U S Navy Drc Banbury Danvrlle Ohm Rllla Banbury Svuam Mt Vernon Ohm Bull Baugher Colorado Dan Beeman Deceased Margre Butler Mackey-Greer Ohm Lourse Breckler Mt Vernon Ohm Frleen Breckler Danyrlle Ohm Don Butts Danvrlle Ohm Florence Colopy Heldenhrand Nlmsheltl Ohm XValter Cly Dlnvllle Ohm lvelyn fonkle Br mon Clcyclrnd Ohm Ilemtnt Durbin frnunnatl Ohio jam Fllmtt Danyrlle Ohm Clarence Frasher Huron Ohm Marcella Greer Bross Danvnlle Ohm Page Elghty seven . 1 I ' - l . 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Ohuo ls lxn Muller Cuucdras Akron Ohuo Betty Morelund Hound Danvulle Oluuu jack Vethers Mt Ncrnon Ohm Marcella Norrus lhompson Mt Vernon Ohuo jack Parrush Ohuo State Unuyersuty Columbus Ohuo Anna Ouler Clueland Ohuo Mary Slucashy lroytr Butkeyl. lake Ohm louuse Smrth Duchl Munsrueld Ohuu esa lluatrlucr uc.u 1 uu luck Thltcher Brunkhuven Ohuo Hurold Ve-ntluna, Columbus Ohuu Paul Weber Tucson Arrronu Ruth Wrurkrnanlungcnfclter loudonxullc Ohuo Merrull Hochstctler Damulle Ohm Kenneth Hendershott Brunkhaven Ohuo Ethel Stranu. loudomulle Ohuo CIASS Ol l9fl3 Margene Awwuller Mt Vernon Ohuo Dwught Banbury Ohuo Power Company Dumullt Ohuo lames Blubaurh Danvulle Ohuo leonard Bluhaugh Mt Vernon Ohm lames Bross Flectruuan Dmvullc Ohuo Muldred Clune Hyatt Strllwell Ohm Hazel I ly Wantlung Danvulle Ohuo Carl Colopy Danvulle Ohuo Myron Farquhar-Lureer Ohuo Clyde Ferenbaugh Newcastle Ohuo Delmar Frank Danvulle Ohuo Wullard Gaumer Loudomulle Oluuo Donna Cesslunue Yovoshek Mansheld Ohuo Clayton Hagans Mt Vernon Ohm Melvun Huffman Wooster Ohm Harr Kaylor Danvulle Ohm Haze KudwellGatrell East Pount Georgua james hMavus Bowlung Green Unuversuty Bowlung Green O uo Robert Muckley Mt Vernon Ohm Norma MullerBody Newark Ohm Nel jane Muller Husson Floruda Bernard Muzer Newar Ohm Helen Parker Coulter Dayton Ohm Robert Sapp-Farmer Danvulle Ohm Guy Shaw Mt Vernon Ohm Sara Stramz Martun Nlashvulle Ohm Jessue Senft Secretary Dayton Ohm Cosmas Smuth Danvulle Ohuo Tressue Summers Cox Dayton Ohm Burl Thompson Danvulle Ohuo Norma jean Troyer Chapman Buckeye Lake Ohuo Martun Tracy Mt Vernon Ohm Jean Ventlung Hubbell Danvulle Ohm Roy Wander-Cuulumhus Ohm Donald Wheeler4Columbus Ohm Donna Wforkman Mt Vernon Ohm Mona Wforkman Florence Texas Patty W'orkman-Cleveland Ohm Donus Wyatt Snyder Dayton Ohm CLASS OF 1944 Mable Arnholt Rohrbaugh Loudonvulle Ohm Margorue Blubaugh Selby Mt Vernon Ohm Luculle Boeshart Bross Gambuer Ohm Glenn Bowman Damulle Ohm Louus Butts Mt Vernon Ohm Leo folopy Zanesvulle Ohuo Duck Daulv Danvulle Ohuo Bob Dennus Howard Ohm Marulla Ferenbaugh Mansfield Ohm Nelson Kleun FBI Washunbtuun Dt Ralph lloyd Mt Nernon Ohm Paul Muckley Danvulle Ohm Duck Muller Farmer Greer Ohm Sara Muller Haur Denver Kulorado Robert Parker Teacher acksontown Ohm Martha Parrush Merrull ryan Ohm Margaret Schaub Wheeler-Columbus Ohm Martha Shaffer-Ohuo State Unuversuty-Columbus Ohm lrus Shatfer Mohs luncunnatu Ohm Page Eughty eughf Florence Shaw Kostochryz Cleveland Ohm ,lune Shaw Bush Mt Vernon Ohm Dorus Sheasby Vtlashungton D C Bob Srmmons Danvulle Unuu Helen Steunerwugton Shreve Ohm Betty Stumbaugh Mow ery-Greer Ohm Donald Thompson Mt Xernon Ohm Betty Tueche Breckler Danvulle Ohm Mary XVeber Denser Colorado Sam Workman-Ohuo State Unuvcrsuts Columbus Ohm CIASS OF 1945 ph Hall U S lNa Helen Blubau hCotton Mt Vernon Ohm Duck Blubaug Mt Vernon Ohm Mary Durbun Blubau h Damulle Ohm Clovus Frank -Caputa Unuversuty Columbus Ohm Frank Gesslung Mansheld Ohm Jocelyn Greer Danvulle Ohm Norma Hagans Buble School Cuncunn-utu Ohuo Helen McehanH1wkuns Brunkhaven Ohuo Erma Muzer Sweet Mt Vernon Ohuo Lola jones Mullet Glenmont Ohuo Rondale Prutchard Danvulle Ohuo Marguerute Rudgeway Kaylor Danvulle Ohuo Bernard Sap Danvulle Ohuo Grace Sapp emple Greer Ohuo Dorothy Smuth Rudenbaugh Mt Vernon Ohuo Duck Tracy Mansfueld Ohuo Fred Rua Ashland Ohuo Vuctorua Workman Danvulle Ohuo Cl ASS OF 1946 Vurgul Adnan U S Army Gerene Allen Secretarv Columbus Ohuo Paul Arweller Danvulle Ohuo Alfred Blubauuch U S Army Paulune Butler Shaw Brunkhaven Ohuo Joan Colopy Saunt Marys ot' the Sprungs College Columbus Ohuo Margue Colopy Mt Vernon Ohuo Francus Croston Maule Zanesvulle Ohuo Luella Darr Hochstetler Danvulle Ohuo Howard Drake Danvulle Ohuo Woneta Dunn Chevuront Mt Vernon Ohuo joseph Hanger Danvulle Ohuo Ruchard Kleun-Ohuo State Unuversut Columbus Ohuo Betty Laughrev Cruder Howard Ohuo Ellen lesley Martun Brunkhaven Ohuo Helen Lesley Danvulle Ohuo Betty Lou Martun Secretary Mt Vernon Ohuo Rodney Muckley Farmer Danvulle Ohuo Donald Muckley Farmer Danvulle Ohuo Paulrne Muckley Clark Mt Vernon Ohuo Encul Mulls Feed Dealer Danvulle Ohuu George Mullet Shellmar Mt Vernon Ohuo Mary Shaffer Kurk Mullwood Ohuo Charles Shaw Brunkhaven Ohm Gene Smuth Danvulle Ohuo Wulluam Stutzleun Farmer Glenmont Ohuo lames Meehan Paunter Brunkhasen Ohuo Doroth Wfalters Danvulle Ohuo Lymanglmrkman U S Army CLASS OF 1947 Edna Banbury Reed Pasco Washungton Margery Beeman Danvulle Ohuo Duck Brumbaugh Danvulle Ohuo Robert Clune Brunkhaven Ohuo Della Colopy Shura Gambuer Ohuo Imogene Dudunger Lunotwpust Danvulle Ohm Nancy Elluott ThorpsHardware Danvullc Ohuo Myron Frank U S Army Coreta Frasher Lease Mt Vernon Ohuo Nellue Horn Truex Mt Vernon Ohuo Robert Kaylor U S Army Dalton Kaylor Elevator Danvulle Ohuo Ralph Kent Danvulle Ohuo Delores Logston Meehan Brunkhaven Ohuo Barbara Martun Nursunu, Traunun Alolumbus Ohuo Duck McClaun Asbury College ulmot Kentufk Kenneth Muckleyd Shellmar Danvulle Ohuo Carolyn 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TRUCKING Breeders of Purebred Shopshire Sheep LUMBER AND BUILDING MATERIALS I OHN S MANVILLE ASBESTOS AND ASPHALT ROOFING CHANNEL DRAIN AND CORRUGATED STEEL WEATHER STRIPPED WINDOW UNITS JOHNSTON PAINTS AND BRUSHES ESTIMATES GLADLY GIVEN Phone 14 B DANVILLE OHIO Page O H dred One o'o 0 0 - 0 o - 0 0 O 'Q ' 1 "Z"JY"'LI"T"3"C1Lf"'T' sr 'at' ' 'Lt iii Tig :1:"s5 :-2153 'J-5: sg: 'iii-gig-I,1"gi 'jgimt' 'gt 'zi ' 'L :ig if FFL 55 FFL ii as if gi Fi in if is ff in ing FR: Fm in in FC-:QQ if 55151: Fii ne un RWMMEQMEBMBMMEHEMMM ml H53 MWMX1 ii. XEAEMEEXQEAEEQEAMEAREAMHEAEQEQWEAEAXYAFQ32322Sifis HOLT IMPLEMENT COMPANY IOHN DEERE an NEW IDEA FARM EQUIPMENT EXPERT FARM MACHINERY SERVICE Phone 133 DANVILLE OHIO 0000 OOOOOOOOOOOOOOO000000OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO OOOOOOOOOOOOOO Carl L When I stand on my head the blood The bl ds were up long ago now? 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XKEKK Q X M BRESZEE For GIIIS That Last Located ln Danvrlle Bank Bu1ldmq 0 00000000000 O00 00O0O00000f600 Two ants were runnmq along at a great rate across a cracker box when one asked Why are you QOIHQ so fast? Dont you see sard the other It says tear along dotted hne 0000000000000 00 0050000 0 I oe F Kennedy Authorlzed Dealer SALES and SERVICE DANVILLE OHIO Len.-1 kF,41.r Chr? x. K LFC cue QLLLQ Q'EQCim.'.1'-'mmmame iSL"'XL." Page One Hundred Five P1 fx fi ,S f A div ,Z 0- E ' Q f 6 ., rf, 6 f, fi ' if 2 W' 0 2 SD: o F5 ,f Q o M' o w , 55? 2 ,, . ., mg ' 1 r- . X T3 ' 1 'T' 0 fl F353 3 7.2 fig ' 2 anti E2 o . F-fl :Q o . , 0 E N 0 ,H o w". 73? ' 0 TD fl-A Z .1 by O gg O 'KL Q 0 Q12 , ,M , W 2 X 1, . I: W. , , 4 E F3 ,, , . :ff I - H H 1 rn - rv' E . H " - - P f X 5 fr ' ' W ,, ' ,W- E W ' +22? , . 'Mm E W . W Q ,JA md . . ,t ,Mg as Q O W if A fry -3 0 4 5 -I be HF or Ii :am Q Q. . 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FERGUSON FARMING HEADQUARTERS Complete Repairs and Service of FORD and FERGUSON Blubaugh Tractor Sales Dcrnvrlle Ohlo Phone 7 090900 Oooooooooo 00000 0 Arthur P My ancestors came over 1n the 0000000OOQOQQQQSQXQQQQPQDOGX XX" C. H. Sellers D EN T I S T X-Ray OHICG Ph 17 Home Ph 45 Dunvllle Ohio 0 0 ooo 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Mrs Mrckley rover the phonep Come quxck Mayflower Doctor Ioyce has swallowed a bottle of mk Tommy S lt s a good thmg they drd the 1m Doctor F Incxedlble mxqratron laws are a 11tt1e strlcter now Mrs Mxckley No Doctor mdehble Danv1lle Electnc 6. Hecrtrng Co Interncrtxonal Refrlgerutlon Lennox Heatmq Systems E C Spurgeon Phone 121 Dcxnvllle Ohxo 0 0 0 0 X Vx 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 O 0 0 O O 0 0 O O 0 0 O 0 0 45 47 4? O 0 47 45 45 45 47 1? 4? 45 4? 3 X X X X Z4 0 45450 Ox 0 0 0049 3 KM, 000490000 F fin H? F' P3 F53 FCA FQ rss' K' Compllments of Danvllle Dry Cleaners Phone 113 Plck up and Dehvery Servrce Page One Hundred Seven 14 , . 55? f . 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GARDNER Distributor of STANDARD OIL CO PRODUCTS DANVILLE OHIO Mr Wheeler Carroll IS a chicken blg enough M' Myser lm his Enqhsh Class, asked the to eat when its two weeks old? class to use the phrase passed by a majonty Carroll S Oi course not' Later qradmq hrs papers he came across this one Mr Wheeler Then how does xt manage to irom Ioyce Mlckleys Passed by a malorette l1V6" the boys qave a low whlstle RAYMOND SMITH TRUCKER LIVESTOCK FERTILIZER Phone 122 DANVILLE OHIO 'i':""LLt3Ji:tii5'29Q9ESf 5'-TEE Page One Hundred Ten 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00000 0 000000000000000000 00000000 .lqf"'1 'www 1 v 1 v uxw vi '1 1 rw rw ry w w 1 1'-Y' v vwijr-SL' H X111-uw 'ry vwwwqlhxmx-x -...ni t f 0 2 ' get te f f. f , ,S , vswkgkeetmw Erzfstwtzakkateatmtbf if Qin EN avi Z' ' f v 'xr ,'4 - ,tt -V bg ,. - lflll : ta-Q, -: ez, 'I - ' E555 -4-2, ,il " 0XWOK ' ' ' 'QI LAS H135 - ana V Qc-:i , pi.: . ' . . 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Xb ,af w 0 Q90 Compliments of 44 QNXNQX 1 Compliments of 0 E 4 l . 000000000000000 000 0000 00000 3 3 2 0 O 0 O 0 0 0 0 0 0 O 0 O 0 0 0 O 0 O 0 O O 0 O 0 O 0 O 0 O 0 0 O 0 O O O O O 0 0 0 0 O 5 2 B Paullne Freeman MD F M Palmer VETEHINARIAN Phone 54 Danville Ohxo Danville Ohlo Gary D When does a boy become a man? A mrdwestern newspaper heads the lxst of EUC VV yvmqeq he Walks around a puddle of brrths marriages and deaths briefly Hatched water mstead of through rt matched and detached 5 f E QD E o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o 0 o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o 0 o o 5 6 Q O 6 L Q5 000 OVO Durbln s Sohlo Servlce R H COX 900009000 General and Atlas TITGS Groceries and Meats Fresh and Frozen Batteries Fruits and Vegetables Lubrlcatxon Our Specxalty FAIRMONT CREAM STATION 00 000000 000 0000 Q K V 2 L. F Cl Q K fa PF 143 Y: .Ll H Q M Q K ' Q K Q 251 Durblnxze With Durbln Phone 69 DANVILLE OHIO Phone 39 B DANVILLE OHIO O 'Q nknnfg Page One Hundred Eleven , 51 ff ' fi , . 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Lit ESIQJ EQ B H V211 E li GQ . .L 152 Fi-F M M E25 zz-f' W 00 ' 949490 000 00 056000000 00 000000L A0000 O 0 O 0 0 0 0 0 0 O 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 O 0 0 0 00000000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 J 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 O O Riley's Self Service Store MEATS AND GROCERIES "We Aim To Please You" On the Square Both Ways Phone 30 B DANVILLE OHIO OIIICGY You cani park there lady Cant Mr Senft Un hxstory classy Well now turn you read? to Greece Woman Drlver Sure The Slgn says Fme for Mxckey Edgar under hxs breath We sure w1l1 Parkmg 11 they dont open a wmdow Complxments of EDGAR 6: SON Funeral SGTVICG Phone 151 DANVILLE OHIO U"Lr'l..l.r'l.:'l.:'L:7'JS'?LP1.Pl5'k. 'L L 'L 'L 'L 'L 'L 'L 'L 'L Page One Hundred Twelve O o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o Q0 o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o O 10000000000000000000000000000O00000000QQ 'alrr M :ig . 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Compliments of KILLBUCK SAND AND GRAVEL CO Phone 50 DANVILLE EXCHANGE Qkkksbl 000000000 0000000000 0000000000000 QOOf?O0ffAK2CKA9 ii Drunken drrvers allbx I drdrxt know l was Glen M Gee her face rs her fortune loaded Charles Yeah and rl runs mio a mce Hiiiis hqure too l-lrgh heels were mvented by a woman who had My Wife and I had words but I never got to he been krssed on the forehead use mme Compllments of Dr C D Hcxuger CHIROPRACTOR Phone 37 Danvllle Ohro if x.H wsefg QL x.x.xw ' pm . o o o o o o o 3 X o o o o o o o o o o o ooooooooooog o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o 2 00 4949 O0 00000000049 Complete Protecnon Rodney Rrdgway Insurance Servlce Dunvllle Ohio ' 7000 KMXX Casualty Frre General L1crb111iy C 3 U SL-Lljfl 2. rH1f!3.7 he mhmsgiki n.ifmfs.H YZ Page One Hundred Thrrfeen 62 fy ,aff 'TL l gif: cf l P5 if ag IEA E 52 pe - A- 1 A ev A D.: " , ' ' ' ' 1 ' - . 33 0 e 0 gg Phone 128-B gg , . I . W. . ,, ,,. . M im . if Eff? 1 FI l E F52 Q '29 W 35 52 5? QT? 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Gary Below C level TROYER S MOHICAN INN Telephone 66 1 Brlnkhaven Ohlo Good Foods and Beverages W4 L L s. rf N-A?-'1LfAu'1g.f,c, L,-Mfr 9' 'k.'k'X..'k..'k.,'X...'ka'k..'X..'X., mm Page One Hundred Fourleen Carl L I know but lS she ln her room? O 0 O 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 O 0 0 O O 0 0 O 0 0 0 O 0 O 0 0 O 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 O O O O 0 0 0 0 O 0 0 O O 0 0 0 O 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 967 0000OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO GARDNER S Hardware Garage Roohnq Spouhng Electncal Work Cement Work Pamtmq 00 Q K 2 Q 2 VJ gl 1 s 4,a rv- v 2:24 rw , Fil ,V J, . 1 1.21 -4,14 13,1 .-.,4 . F'?' ,Y . QQ ,.. r"1 rv 'Ll fame Lux. ".'x.x.'-C 1 ":" 'Y V 'v 1 'W H ""' 1 'l '1 'Y '1,'7 'Y 'T 'l 'YYTY"Y"w: 'X '.I'ea?ae4 f fir 1 'C 'H' C' f ' P f f iE'sEiEiELQ-ariaeariaweaakmwuf I ESE, diff 133 I , Ks? ' ' ' r 2 Q... ' : , f . . 'Q' I H I 'ffl :fps ' 1525 li cr, , , E255 'Z Q55 . . 25-25 I lf'I1 -- ' ,.,, U! 2 5453 2 - . , 54:2 E : ' IU' ' ' 4 l 3 ' - ' 'E I -' '33 ' - 2 - 25-3 0 . 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MARTIN S GROCERY GROCERIES MEATS I-'RUITS VEGETABLES GAS AND OIL The Frrendly Store BRINKHAVEN OHIO 49 0 0 0 O X 25 O 0 O 0 0 O 0 0 0 O 0 O 0 O 0 O 0 0 O 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 O O 0 0 0 0 E 2 KX Ox 00490 O49 0000 496500490 000 OO Ili ? E H Q Q 9 W 3 M Pa G Qooeo P13 m W 6 M W M H M M W M E E M Encrl M1115 Ir KASCO FEEDS Mlllmq Servrce at your form Phone 231 Danvrlle Ohro 9 Page One Hundred Frffeen QEEEWEEEEEEZEXEE'?QE?,?T2Z47WEZXEEQ ' IE fi - 24 Q 1 Q E I E E - ' Q . - W ' 3 :il ' f-J Q I E , gf 71' Q : 5 w 1 W M W W ' M -J -4' 4 E f M H W 6 ' H f 94 ff-ld , W E . Q I 1 'F . . ,,. m , 1 . . M H W 23 Z ' A ' W e 'H I , W ii? wif? E rue ,AH -- ' ' N - Q Q "'r"f f M ' ' 'H K , , t I H " Q- w E ' ' M , W M W 604900065 '-fists-'SH' ' ' ' 4 ' 5 N .. - E Y K , W E , W 6 Q K 7,12 1 . FQ Q - - 1 5 ' ' ' W m , , H E W W . M T 'C' Q33 Q . . . Z, 1 Qs: ' 19233 ,p M R E r ,, . 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OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO00000000000 OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO49490499049-OOC50O4X345O55 B11 S Out duck hunting when the ducks settled on the water Walt untll the ducks are on the use and qtve them a chance Mrs Sstmmers Btlly how dld you break thxs man s wmdow" hm B When I shoot the ducks always have a BIHY I was Cleanmq my Slmqshot and chance went OH SOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO0000000000000 Complxments of MILLWOOD SAND COMPANY MILLWOOD OHIO . 2? ii Page One Hundred Svxfeen J. I A KJ. A . V-,rl tgp? V-'H F H-1 Eff V - Til? wiv? f ,lg :L . "' ""'2? E - V V - V " ' ' it W3 ' ,VU G33 25 533 F34 F23 FS E FE H33 We EE P3 tggff .41 --' ' TT fp , .1 ri-:1 iz if-1 ii 'liz . 1 Ii'1I - --- ' 1 Ft 'E'E'3:p w'E W O nmimmmmm fnfaammfmmmmmnmmhmmamqn KMKK ENDSLEY S GENERAL STORE GROCERIES MEATS ELECTRIC APPLIANCES PURE OIL GAS MILLWOOD OHIO MILLWOOD STORE Lkxkwkleekmxxmxk COMPANY 9-C MILLWOOD OHIO Oeeoooooooooooo 000000000000OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO000000 OOOOOOO0 WW 'X.'L Robert M WhY do Some People SaY Dame An old gentleman asked a splendldly attxred LJ GOSSJPI Negro at a weddmq Pardon me suh ns you de Zane W Because they are too pohte to leave Qmoma N0 Suh feplled the YOUUQ man 9 gloomlly Ah was elemmated ln the semxfmals o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o ooooooooog o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o 49 49 0 49 O O O O Compliments of MILLWOOD MILLS 5 D A KIRK 6 SONS FLOUR FEED FERTILIZER COAL FENCE ETC Yiwu-'Y QALRLNL OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO F F F F FY' r' V3 VW: ia F K E' W W V3 E3 r' F H V' F K' rx r' F r' The Ralston Art Memonal Works Phone 2104 Gambler Exchange HOWARD OHIO Certlhed Rock of Ages Dlstrxbutor TV? 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" '2?4'2fim E53 ixiiifubfnffzrfgrgi 55 2: 215556 'ff m if if 21 5.1 L2-5. 1? ,fr l Compliments of HOWARD SOHIO SERVICE O HOWARD OHIO O 0 0 0 O 0 0 O 0 0 0 0 O 0 0 0 0 O O O 0 0 0 O O 0 0 0 0 O O O g00000000000 O 0 O 0 0 O 0 0 O O 0 0 0 0 0 O 0 O O 0 O O 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 O O Compliments of C. C. HULL 6: SON O HOWARD OHIO MY Seflff HH M6131 Class P TOmmY If 3 man Mx Kaylor :mn Hxstory classn Iamce name buys an artlcle for S1225 and sells lt lor S9 75 two ancient sporlsv does he qaln or lose by transact1on'9 Tommy G He qams on cents but loses on Iamce H frackmq her braml Antony and dollars Cleopatra ooooooooooooooo Comphmenis of C11nton S L1echty OPTOMETRIST Ni Loudonvllle Ohlo I I5 If xy ' J LP' I O 0 O O 0 O O 0 0 O 0 O 0 0 0 0 O OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO2 O O O 0 0 O O 0 O 0 0 O 0 0 0 O O 0 0 O O 0 O 0 0 0 0 0 0 O 0 O O EBELING S BEN FRANKLIN STORE Where Your Dollar has MORE CENTS Compleie Lmes of Variety Merchandise LOUDONVILLE OHIO O br' iff 4.4"'L'X,.'X,'k.'L.'X..CL..'k." " Page One Hundred Eaghfeen E E X E E E X Q M K All 251 M Q 9521 E 'TJ u 'Y rx .Q F3 f E , M W E E W if gg 'H .: Eg? Q M 83 K3 fi E , H H5 fm o 23 EE is - , I ' gg . . P3 ge , . 'Q kim E E PE ' R, ,,,..., . ,, I HEWFFWF349E522EQQAEXWXEKEEKKEEEKEWQ MMM? WMMWWWMEEENMMMXEEbbMMERM H W ie! 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Mumper O LOUDONVILLE OHIO 00 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4x 2 Compliments of Bob Lawrence Western Auto Associate Store Loudonvrlle Ohio Mr Myser Glen what does you father do Customer What colors have you ln window for a l1v1nq"' shades Glen M Nothmq he s an English teacher Salesman Window bhnd are all shades Madam Taxes from certain thlnqs made and sold in 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 O 0 0 0 0 0 O 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0000000000000000000000000O00000 0 0 0 0 0 0 O 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 47 0 4? 0 45 47 4? 47 S5254 00 000004900 Q X Q Q 2: Y W 'l Complxments of We1dner Motor Sales Pontlac and G M Trucks 310 W Main Street Loudonville Ohxo Phone 0841 this country are eternal revenue Woods Hardware Company WHOLESALE and RETAIL MT VERNON OHIO 8 12 W High St Phone 51321 FREDERICKTOWN OHIO Phone 2081 MT GILEAD OHIO Phone 69 Most Dependable Source of Supply tiiiwiiiii Q E E 2.3 3 W f3?l r E E E E W E t KWWKRR KWKKKWRKKKQE LK 'L XMEK Page One Hundred Nineteen ' vi? 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"' L55if-lit?-T,iLLiT"2T1'G?j' 3' it tit:-ti' ,Tait t:.:it5t:L.'n" ,, tstiwtjgsr 5:"':' 5 it 'L ' ,if tj , ,Q :3tb::L'::.-. 19:jaljqlggliyggylj5:j7L:n:jnl'Mi'zs ,a Avgzuxzuxflgrl Jgsfizwgi-.Sv 5 vi Qfnl n V A :Z zwqzwgngog ,af . , I YAIA H12 lfi-2 T, ,.,Q fx O ....Nv.- ,,,,..,,..,,..,,..,,.,.,,...,.-,.w, ....,,,,,N..,z.,,,.. .N..-..,:?,, ., ,.,, .,,,..,.,., ..,,.w,.- ., ,-. .- .D v,A,,-,.,,, -z,.,,,.,A.,,,,.,v,,.L....,,'.-lun-I-. ..'11.,"'.--,A-.. 4 -f,,.u.. ,V -.. .Lf 'T A -v ,:,:1,1,.- ,c - fc -1 va - V: : ,1 - V: ' V1 '1 '1'-f'- x vi CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST OF LUCK to the Semor Class of 51 FROM THE FLXIBLE COMPANY LOUDONVILLE OHIO Page One Hundred Twenty Buxlders of AMBULANCES BUSES yr-25. ,ic-, L-1,5 ik. QT-.fix L-lx? QL.-A 1, .n , ,-, 1f..-- -, ,-,.- J 'QQ14 QQ2. nk. :1 2' 152, :-,LLM 1-42' 'T v I I -qi 1-xk, iii? . , if HTS? iii 1 2.3-42 ni, G, as E38 git? 53? 5:2 iii? fi-2 ff'Il ljj A L22 ei? iff ay? A nf:- HI? ga 'L ir' ' RS? 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I have told you the story of Ionah and the Phyhb 1V1 Mother oblected B d1d I 0 whale W1111e you may tell me what thxs story Wmnqa teaches Yesm Sald W1111e It teaches that Elsie M TTY to lemember you cant keep a good 'nan down OX 500 0000000O0000O00O00OO00000000000 XQQOOOOQOOOOO V fOO SPORTING GOODS TOYS MacGregor Goldsmlth Spcxuldmq OLSON S OFFICE SUPPLIES SCHOOL SUPPLIES 107 SOUTH MAIN STREET Phone 31396 MOUNT VERNON OHIO as ,s1ts,.s,3 E rc 1 sr ty E 'xg 'I 'K XA 'I 'N Page One Hundred Twenyfhree 04 19: 3 X 7 w,,f Q 4 I Q W W W , 67 . ff W W A L X M E E E W , I 8 M I I Q Q 6 M W 1 r" 1 E P E , H, , . Q E - Ima' w HH ,, . W Q .. , ut d I, H I U I U I H 264 V ' ' . " . " ' 1 . A E ' 'I ' 'H 3 Q 5 2 - Q Q Hffww-gQ?j W W E W 10' ' I I F W W - E E ' E X H E R E M E I E Q M if F21 1331 51.1 E X E E W W E - Q W ZTC1 ELI .LL F E T? 'ID Q ' Q S I E W Qikkikwifkfii'EFkEfEiWEiiEiQESEQfQM u 01. 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CGMMLI IST Dont Iook for phxsic ll CIIIILTLIILLS xwhcn xou try to spot L Communist Communists ire ill Iunds of pnoplc m ill wilks of hffs md of ill rims A Communist is mnvonc who Ixliums in tht Rus SIJII systzm of L!ONLFIlIlllIlt vshcrmIiv thost who goxcrn own umnthmg and control all tht ictlv ities of all tht pcople A Comnumist is Im il onh to Soxiut RUSSII AS Litcd for htg to tht protution ot tht L SSR md to the LsttIJI1sIm1Lnt of C ommumsm through out the world A Communist will IISUIIIY dun th it In lb 1 Com mumst Ihcrc in mms Commumsts who in not in ruhtx cirdurning munhmrs of thu pnrtx But both txpns of Commumsts L im on thc. sime UAIITUN 5, OHIO work ilthough tht suond txpc cznnot let it be mn th it ht is 1 mcmhtr Ilis n 1I x llut to L pnrtw is in indontrinitmv thost unsusputmg pnoph in Itcv positions with gouriuutnt ignnums snhools unions md churchts with Commumstic philosophies VI han 1 Commumst gots to work on xou tell hlm th it xou in on to Ium ind his chrtx guna dutx to mah his utnitics Ixnoxxn to othmrs md to tht police 'I'cII him th it you know no tutxcs art too lou for 1 Communist Ixinq, Lhmtmq ntrnil rum in an rdnr But In re to I toc Aimriea is on tht nhrt ind th it Ins schtmc for world domm ation is doomtd to fulurt II G 6 0 M P A able Address "TIMROS00" 'The right to uork shall not be abrzdged or made impotent N xl U f W ' 1 II ay ,LII " kin 1 a IV' at -.HI 'Q 1 thx - '1 a' '-1 L ' 3 memlwf IIN' CiUUUH"."I5f Pilftf' he if Lfifjdi- Tm-II him. further, that you think it vour patriotic V N I I-I I-I -I 'III ' - :Ii iljzi 'Al, ' '1'I,.I.'L1 'z, A ad . 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MOUNT VERNON OHIO 000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 000000000000000000 The Senator was earnestly but prosrly Oratmq Carl fm 5 restaulamj IS mls tea or Coffee? at the audrence I want land reformed h It tastes exactly like kerosene wound p I want housmq reform I want edu Wa1ter If It tastes hke kerosene 11 s posmve catxonal reform I want and sard the bored I t b fl I t Ik t ent ne vorce ID the audlence Chloroform Y ea ecause our CO ee as es X e mp 1 f 0 000000000000 000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 ,I Q Wallpaper O Wmdow Shades O Venet1anBl1nds GELSANLITER S MOUNT VERNON OHIO Typewniers Addmq Mcxchxnes Ofhce Furmture R C A Vlctor RUdlOS .z,I 'L m L E W " Page One Hundred Twenty seven ,IJ P222 ' EQ W tgp ' 0 .1 ' " ' , E223 OAI. U 1 ' ' . ,, . . . . , ff' , . . ., W, , . . V ,, .. . - f A53 . . .2 - S :1 Iii? It-LI V1.f: . F, ESQ? rm v1,r. I -1: A 5? , 7521 ., , O ' RI . . fbfg . 1:1 253 . . if I O Eli O - ' ' 711 4,44 EQ Ifzl Q-fgi SQ? Ijil I-:QQ I-52? 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The doctor added I prescrxbe for all Helen P I just read m the paper where one The plam cxtxzen wrote I pay lor all ol them ran around hrs own end 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 O 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 v 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 A MWWWMWWMX Compllments of KNOX COUNTY FARM BUREAU COOPERATIVE ASSN MMMMEMMM E M Q E H M M M W Q W 6 W E E ,PQ Ffa M E HQ B M W M H W M 53 M W W A M M M MT VERNON HOWARD GREER Page One Hundred Twenty eight J.-...,..,.,.,,.,.,..-.,...,,.,-.--.,f.-....-.,.-.nf-.f.N,..,,.,...., ,,,.f,..,,,.-.nf -.H-......,....e.,-GY..-.,v.,.,,..-.,.N..-..v.-........J, r- ,v,,,u,.v,,,v,,u,,v."'V-11,-u,,v,.11,vv,vU,w11,vv ,a4-v,.u,vv ,af,Vu,,u,v,v,.u,vv,,u,.u.Yu,,,u.,,u, "T" 253 25325126953 253 2,.2.f 2tf2Q2f251 25? fifi'251g2.f'5 25121-."J2iig2Qk5TQf.'i2:'i262:i 2:1 251 251 251 253 59: 149: ev- 'jr Fl? ex a MILK if if il 2 o EGGS ICE CREAM CREAMERY BUTTER T'- SALAD DRESSING IEWELL ICE CREAM 6 MILK COMPANY 9 N Sandusky Street Phone 21245 MOUNT VERNON OHIO qf oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo Q0 Dale G Why IS 1t that you lat fellows are Mr Kaylor fm Hxstory class! 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Steaks and Chops WEST HIGH STREET MOUNT VERNON OHIO Owner Joe Mazza 45Q59Q?QQNe?QfQfQPx3PQ? 00000000000000'QQ 00 00 0 Y ?O V 0 0 0 O 0 0 2 49 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 O 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 O 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 is Compliments of Hadley's Furniture Store THE STORE WITH YOUR HOME AT HEART 23 E Gambier Street MOUNT VERNON OHIO Mr Kaylor What is the PIIHCIPBI export t Martha M Daddy what is an angel? the Umted States Mr McMillan A pedestnan who jumped too Gary D Money ate THE PEOPLE S SHOE STORE When you buy shoes here you buy comfort for your feet and pocketbook MOUNT VERNON OHIO 0 0 0 0 2 2 49 ig 0 0 0 0 0 O O 0 0 0 0 0 0 O O 0 0 0 O 0 4? 4? 4? 4? 49 4? 4? 4? 4? 4? 4? 4? 4? 49 4? 4? 4? 4? C? 4? 0' 4? 4? 4? v6?O 0 0 000000000000000000 900000 4904949 Compliments of THE E A SCHLAIRET TRANSFER CO L-N 5"4-5 995959 5' I gi.kQj A F gp 5 EX. 4 T. T. 4. EL S. 2l.QLjeB.gi. T.ggE Page One Hundred Thirty one MMEMMHPV'FEVER Fifi Q 3 I 3 QQ 9 ' v Alf H t .. we E I kj 3 . yY iam E . ' I I 3? 5 Fda Q HQ ' Q , ' W 5 . Wai R O 0 9099000 0 3 . 0 ' 3 ' bg - 0 i'-63 ' 1. if-:i . 2 4-:Z ' - 'am - W . Y , 0 I , I . 1 iigtxzigrq x: orgy 'fgtgq'7igp'7g . 'qty , L5-t' , ,Q , tv .qgjfty-'Zig LQ Q 'wig 'wig Q Wg 12 Q 1wMimHRW wwvn 4 JL TD JL -2 1 IOHN W. HILL 4 Plumbing 6. Repairing Dealer For American Standard Radiator Sanitary Plumbing and Heating Water Heaters Gas and Electric Pumps and Plumbing Goods 12 West Ohio Avenue Phone 41383 MOUNT VERNON OHIO X. Q f' i Page One Hundred Thfrfy two 1'5" 11" Lic" 11.1 I-15" 'ESL 1261 122' 12-5' 1'1" "Qi fill 111 1' " "1 " 1.67 12-2 11-Sl' :-,gr fill ' ,,r. :Qin ESQ :Hz 1 2112? 1 1 11, 1, J fir. 1 ,z J 'np i :-,.-. QQ-L1 '31 2 11,4-. 1 J 2- FIL5 251 F F fi-.1 1318 ,,, :aff 17111 nf, Sli? 14. , 3 Hit 5 If-Q1 A 'sf- ' ' 11.21 flxf. - VJ.: is eil J . . . . P? 'J 17.1 4? IT J 7122. 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Page One Hundred Thfrfy four Lb' L Comphments of FARMER S EXCHANGE MOUNT VERNON OHIO l5'7ly7C5',1i KF 49' sf,,L,5'1 cs' 'L L 1. IL. L 1. so 'L ii? . . if LL 5? ITD J. l 'N 'Tx 1, Q 0 ffl M E I-Q 0 A. E . 23, , Eid Lf g fm 3 ,cm ,ul E . I . . if 532 if EE 5 X 0 E3 ' F3 - 3 , O 0 fm fi E FE 2 r 0 rut' F13 3 PE ' 3 0 P3 2 ii Phone 11676 Z ig 0 fill! 533 5 ' HE ' 2 PSE 3 HZ? i'?Ff5?E:FS:g5::-E: :T'?f:ff1?:.1:fifiEYy?f:'Fff'?S'I5P E Q MRMEHMM M W W AQ tc . lnfl lit? L 5 tif' 1 W N lit? W W W 5 1 W M ,wg Y M W EQ N 53? tw 3 LS: H Compliments of LESTER'S Nationally Known Brands Clothing - Furnishings MOUNT VERNON OHIO 00000OO00O0O00O0000O00OO000OO000006Q50 00 0 O O O O 0 0 0 O O O 0 0 O 0 O O O O O 0 O 0 0 0 0 0 0 O 0 0 0 0 0 O 0 O O 0 0 0 0 O 0 0 0 0 0 0 O 0 O O O 0 0 O 0 0 O O O 0 RENEW VICTORY FOOD MARKET INC. WWW GROCERIES-FROZEN FOODS MEAT LOCKERS DRUGS WWEWWWXWQKWHKMW Phone 62251 117 118 W High Street MOUNT VERNON OHIO Eric W Cbraqqtnql My father has one of lVIr Reese ls your wife lBlkBllVE9 George Washmgtons watches Mr Myser Not exactly but I got a cold and WN Blaine W That s nothing my father has lost my voice for three days and she never found Adam s Apple ou Compliments of MOSHOLDER MOTOR FREIGHT Movmg 6 Storage Phone 31596 MOUNT VERNON OHIO Q- x LHLX 'iiiif 0 o o o o o o o 2 0 0 o o o o o o o 0 o o o o o o Qc o o o 0 o o o o o o o o o o 0 o o o o o o o 0 o o o o o o 0 0 0 0 0 0 0000066 00 Q 0066060606000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 K H M riffs X W H PM W M M M W M M E E Q Compliments of Dowds Funeral Home Ambulance Servmce 200 Newark Road MOUNT VERNON OHIO Page One Hundred Thirty five A ' 'to A, v' 4 1 W ,V ,M ' 1 W , JJ Il' , Il 'TD . M o dl fm 4 P ' n fn 7 xl-I fm , A if W i I ,Q , . U ' Y' 4 I'J 4 ,l , . fg f CF . fix 4 X .1 x 4 7 . , ,, ' w X . t. 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Q 0 0 O O O 0 0 O 0 0 O O O 0 O O O O O 0 O O O 0 O Zoo 0 O 0 0 0 O O O O 0 0 0 0 0 9 49 O 0 0 O O O O 0 0 O O O O 0 O O Mr Myser gradmg some ol h1s Iumor Engllsh Hazel S I always try to spell words lanatxc 'o OJ 'o YD H U7 0 D! 3 CD 01 B O :1 lo 5 FD E 5 E :J to D! -4 Delores C The lme of least reslstance lS the B111 M We ShOU1Ci always be klfld to hu walsa lme man beans O OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO000000000000O00OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO0000000 M5234 MT VERNON IMPLEMENT STORE 35 ALLIS CHALMERS FARM IMPLEMENTS cn Z CI L-' r-' on rn :ri so -4 U3 l-1 nu m m -1 3 O O MOUNT VERNON, oH1o E O 0 0 0 Complxments of MT VERNON MACHINE 6. TOOL COMPANY MOUNT VERNON, OHIO Page One Hundred Thfrfy slx o QQQQGFQQUFW'-JWJ -J9:P'fibP'JLvY-JU"-3 LP' Q fl AWB? QQVCQWJWJW WJVJUJWV 9253 O WPZEKFEHSELUSQHLKWQKKRWFLPLMPEK 235211531531ESESXMEHEQEHPEQMMEAMEMEAEQEEEEBEEEEEEQBE gee rl rl Pl E3 F5 if if fix? H EX Ea I rl X Ek Pl? 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ELECTRICAL CONTRACTING ,- COMPLETE LINE OF ELECTRICAL WIRING AND FIXTURES Phone 42221 MOUNT VERNON OHIO ooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooO0QOQQooooo00000 Durmq a spelhnq bee at a pubhc school every Hljacker Your money or your hfe' chlld went down on the same word does They Mr Senft Take my hfe Im savmg my money spelled n DUZ for my Old age CONNY S BEVERAGE TUPS In POPS ADA HARTSOOK MGR Dial 51967 403 W Hxqh S MOUNT VERNON OHIO o o o o o o o o o o o C9 Q o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o O o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o 'I 3x Q Ox 049049 O00 049 049004960 OQX OOOC O o L 2 1 3 A Ia. 5 g A ,if ' t ,, I u xg' HF: iw, ' ' ' f'-91 eff-A ' - 2512, Ms. . iiil r 11-21 Egg, . . .. . . W . 0oQoooff 513 if-Fi ' ' ,,Q.: I is-:Q ' ff-11 -jf! VU 51:3 . A . .M ' Q ki-fi . . fi' I , I 11:1 . gixi - A ig... ' ri-:L - Q . H32 5 . Tiil ' . ri-sz 25.21 rt-:W riff O 104 years of BANKING SERVICE THE FIRST KNOX NATIONAL BANK MOUNT VERNON OHIO Estabhshed 1847 Member ofF D I C and FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM Page One Hundred Thlrry seven 'I'..,,,..,,.--,....,-,,...,,,..-.,,.,.,,.f..,...-ff.,-.,.,,,.....,s...,v...,,. ,.-....,..,..,,. .-V...-.....,.v.,..,,...,,....,s.,,V,...,..,..v.,.,.,,.,. . -Io . H tit E We it .ztf H ti? ' 52 ta' W W tif tit EQ Q33 Fi? ti? tif til? Bti . lil? H ' ff. F1-f E In L E I-D 2 :ZZ 5 :ip ty 3 fi F 0 0000 Compliments of NASH MT. VERNON SALES ,V-XL, ilxrl J ff Q5 fi 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2000000000000OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 L. C. PENN 4 South Gay Street I 'XL 3 tif' '-I fn ... rn 'U 5' 0 5 fn ca I-J as oo m MOUNT VERNON, OHIO 3f?il'93 wishtgtf 207 W. Gambier St. MOUNT VERNON, OHIO Phone 31254 Pianos and Eve rything in Music :S Service Sewing Machines Radio Combinations n Youll Be Ahead With Nash Muslc Popular Teachers Supphes semce A11Makes Guest And the tlles are certalnly thick a lVlerw1n M CB! ball game bUY1I1q B hotdoql round here Give me the bottom one Hotel Manager Thick What can you expect VVa1ter Why the bottom oneg for two c o lars a day? Educated ones? Merwm M Im always for the underdog 'L ra? 75 f R , A sl? Q ff 3 f 9 0 fi O F 3 f' 92 F f' V W E? sq. 2 , 0 EE Z Q 0 Ho 0 'X 0 K- 0 " 0 0 00000000000000000000000000000000000000049g K 0 0 QE jg V 0 1 0 1 2 H o F 0 0 0 0 C 0 0 W o 0 Q 0 L, 0 if 3 ' 0 if o .1 o 0 ' 0 0 32 Compliments of MEN S WEAR THE MEN WEAR W O R L E Y S BRINING NEWS 120 S Mum Street 12 West Vme Street MOUNT VERNON OHIO MOUNT VERNON OHIO Page One Hundred Thirty eight ii? if I I-L J ibf. 34 2 1.p 1 263 2 5 12? FQ J. L 'Y 'Y 'TD .J A V fair! J I ll ' X E v ' W K 7 wr - Q f e 7 513 3 wg I V X i ' H - H - .1 ll, . t ' V" f T it T A if af t 1 I A I , ., . -I is HE ' X E 331 fr? f! E53 ' - I FE ao iff it ' ' 7 t. ' U Ti ,X . . T 7,52 'Ah IT., n iii? Compliments of ' ago. Eff gif , fig? Hardware, Plumbing and Electrical Supplies .Qi 'Good Service to You A 5 Pleasure to Us. MOUNT VERNON OHIO ii? Q2 at lie' HH Hs N ln' li? Fifi lie Falk Q2 A, lzf :By lie ie! :gg QV' 1 512 N 1 52 Q34 Kg jf: E35 gel Qs! tiff SLU N1 ln? , 0 00000000000000000,9000 00 000000000000 00 T .S E E 2 0 ca Q 49 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 ooo 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 PITKIN'S Provision Store WE RELY ON LOW PRICES TO WIN THE TRADE - ON QUALITY TO RETAIN IT. Telephone 62211-62221 135 - 137 S Main Street MOUNT VERNON OHIO Blll M Was I drrvmq too fast? Martha M I pushed Wayne ln the pond Motor Cop Heck no You were flymq too Rosalle W Drdnt he get pneumonia? OW Martha M No' It was filled wxth HADACOL F oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo George F Owens IEWELER AND OPTOMETRIST Phone 21642 117 S Mum Street MOUNT VERNON OHIO 5? 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 O 0 O 0 0 0 0 0 O 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 x 0049049 Q0000000000000600000000000000060 O0 STAUFFER S MEN S CLOTHING AND FURNISHINGS On the Square It as faux Page One Hundred Thirty nme ,ar 1 1, n flu ki ' W I a, BQ ?"7""' ' " ' ' 'xr w L, Fl-fl 335 HS? . flf o I PY 3 ffl:-s . 0 rl-31 L35 fvvs I if-3 ffl? iii 52:3 0 I 37.34 Pill -.fu IQ ., ., mi ' l O :QQ rn, FZ? ,F I MOUNT VERNON, OHIO - a W. 71771 mr: Iliff X' 'O. O Ha.a..-..-..-..-..a..s...,..-..-..- ,..-.t,.,.s.... ,,.-,.-...-.. .WU ,a..s..-...... .A .. HM..- sis III! Elf! M ky! Es! E23 ISL! FII? aw DI' . III? Lia III? I III! rid ,Iii I PM PM E346 III? III? Iii IIS? Iii? 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Mr Senft C111 clvrcs classj What have you to Mr Darbm College bread IS a four year loaf SBY for the men ln Charge of the Government? made from the flour of youth and the old mans Zane W They re runmnq rt llke nobodys dough busmess CL1 e Northwestern Elevator and M111 Company Taylors Best Flour Dmdem Feeds MOUNT VERNON OHIO Z' mx L b,qLgLc.S,r9s,Q mg. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 O O 0 0 O 0 0 0 9 O 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0000000OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCQ42 0 O 0 O 0 0 0 0 0 0 O O 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 O 0 0 0 0 0 O 0 0 0 O 00 0004949 OO ACKERMAN 6: BYALL MOUNT VERNON OHIO FROZEN FOOD LOCKERS Custom Krllmq and Processm Wholesale and Retcul Meats Frozen Frurts and Vegetables GROCERIES LUNCHEON MEATS Phone 22446 CS' Q L Qty L sz Page One Hundred Forty one E 0 K, 3 41 it O ,ji ' o aj? 'L O TZ ' 2 f 'F 0 12" , ffl 0 - T 'C O lil' . 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Vernon Brand Hams Bacon Lunch Meats MOUNT VERNON OHIO L' O000000000OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO Glen H Have you heard the new fnshmg water the hsh catch lt and go under Wllh 11 and T9Ch1'11CIU9" when they come up to spit you h1t em wxth Lloyd S No what IS lt Club Glen H By throwmq chewmq tobacco xn the 0 o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o 0 o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o For Good Food OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO B AIR S DRY CLEANING co and Frlendly Servlce VISIT THE NOOK SANDWICH SHOPPE 3 W I-hgh Street Q13 NE 25? P13 iff WE PE PE BY PE H3 X PE F953 R3 QE ooooooooooooo 5 W? if Pi E IKE B? P525 PHE 553 P33 FE Fi 53 ti N: Q Q rn O : ro I C : Q. 7 m Q. T o 1 N1 2' o Phone 41836 MOUNT VERNON, OHIO MOUNT VERNON, OHIO it ti li 5:15 ri EE E 5522 V' I ' ' ' ' ' ' ' X5 ' of I 1ff'7H5siQ'6'iPffiL5f2Q'RQ' biQ'eiQf5fiL'-QQ? . I ELS! N tg . 'fi xi '!I.':2. gg I i 5 my ' ' 5 FQ ' - -4 s tw X , . g my "' La' . F34 , , . :My Ax13 ' cu ' , cb ol ' 2' . 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A AN N- ' U 1 Page One Hundred Forfyrhree , 24 ,. ,V WJ ,Y . fy 4 , CL. f ,, 121 , o,' ffv ,W f LHQ '41 545252335433 WWWWEQMEQWEQHEQ EEBEHEQHESQBQESMBW F2 PY NNNEEWXN EQEEHHQEEESESYXJEE -If?2-55125.23 Afr-sfYfv':f1?1E??-aGifa3ie313aEsPffsEinfmME??sFfaE45m3iE Alia AEE A529311 0000000000000000000000000000 Rex Bllllafd PQIIOI' W E We sell CIQUIS and candy Optometrist Ophcmn by the box cxqcxrettes 13 S Mum St by the carton MOUNT VERNON OHIO 228 S Mum Street EYES EXAMINED 00000 MOUNT VERNON OHIO GLASSES FITTED GEORGE DIXEN PROP 000 000470000000000 0000000000000000 Nancy asked the teacher how far were fSweet young thmgr Who told you you you from the correct answer? could klss me whenever you wanted to Nancy C Only three seats H Everyone F 0OOO0O00000000000 0000O000000000000 0000000000000000000000000000 GLASGOW GARDNER HEATING CO Iamtrol Gus Furnaces Convers1on Burners Wlllmmson Coal 6: O11 Furnaces 719 Coshocton Ave. Phone 61621 MOUNT VERNON, OHIO 5231 o 11 'Yf O O 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 O00 W Fir HE E E, PE lg E PEFEPEQEEEHEEEEEEQEESEEEFEHPEEEPEFEHREPEKPEPEPEFEFEEKEXSKFEFHEPEEJJ Page One Hundred Forty four I so E333 I E xr ' I Y H4 ' " U f v r'a"aQijigie4'u' 24 aQzaUn4'i57i D : AQ . gg O iii N 513 A I 0XKO0KOX V I ' ' I P13612 v. 2? 55 KZ? 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MOUNT VERNON, OHIO Cadillac Oldsmobile Sales - Service Safety - Tested USED CARS General Tires RECAPPING 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Q00 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Q 0 0 0 Q 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Irene M Dont you like my VOICG7 Teacher Please define the word spine Mxss Rice Irene Ihave played on the white Phyllis M Spine is a long llmber bone keys and I have played on the black keys but Your head sets on one end and you set on the you smq in the cracks other 000000000000O00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000wr Anton Grill SERVING Steaks Chops and Italian Spaghetti At All Times 222 S Main Street Mount Vernon Ohio fr 5 rs GUMP S Record Mart ON GAMBIER AT GAY Phone 21911 Mount Vernon Ohio Page One Hundred F orty five H3 vit gi , rv ,3j , o P3 Z 0 ,Q o kiln o F? - Q I f .J Q3 2 Q O M O H55 O iff o , 3 H31 O ,rf - - o Q V, o F25 - 0 TQ 0 Vit! O M O 0 rm O til? , 0 TQ . O fall 0 ,Q o 3 - ' 3 X 0 ,Qi 0 if-53 0 O zo'- EEEREYXYEMEWHEXE R P gg! F E 5 3 E QQ! E 2525 W 313 514 E W M E M S54 Q24 Qi! 5 Q23 gif! gif! 23 it QQ 523 25 A 39 ai 31 Compllments of T H E Pmes Tourlst Home Cctbm Camp Mount Vernon Ohxo Route 36 East Don E Dad what are those holes m the 067490049490 0 0 0 049 000 00OQ00000000000000OQ 00 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 55 O 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 K Walts Recreatlon 12 S Mcnn St Phone 31382 Bowhng and Snack Bar boards for? Mr Parker to h1s chemtstry class What IS the Dad Those are knot holes most outstandmq product that chemlstry has qw Don E Well xt they are not holes what are en to the world2 they-'J Bob Blonde E B Melendy PIANO SERVICE Dxal4l09l H 2 Mount Vernon Ohlo Page One Hundred Forty six o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o 0 o o o o o o o o o o o o o oo o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o 0 o o o O QOQGOQON 00000000 000000000000000000000 MHMMHXXRMfME7VfVF5HMM'EM FEEL 1, , 233 E 2' D 2. xl E h M 2 R . ' A - L F3 E - - L W 0 E , , Q , 3 , Q13 ,W - ' , 55 , ,, ' . Q . I ' , . 2 Q: l 3 , U1 3 . k Q ' - Q . gt . j ' A 'C AEMEMBEREMMEMEM JQREWWWWMWWWWQ The Glassbowl Rest Under New Management We Specmhze 1n Chtcken Dlnners Sundays Open from 6 AM to 1 AM tl u I 151 fn HZ? gf! Q Q E E Q E fill .J T Q T T A T' A T S TV77'w'H'UXW3VEWE'E'EVEM3' WH' 'T7TV'H TTTTWH 'TVTTTYTTNTTHTYNH 61 anan63a323amamfne4fafQfnzn53QQEEEEQQema3EEPwveii522annfgeznikzhzffi-f Compliments of Mt. Vernon City Laundry and Cleaners Personalized Shirt Service 4-Hour Dry Cleaning Refrigerated Fur Storage Vault 203-5 West High St Phone 42271 to 0 0 O O 0 O O O 0 O O O O O O O O O O O Q H W lk Compliments of The Mount Vernon Sporting Goods WWWWWWR l3 West High St. EW The Best in Athletic Goods NK For High School and College Kxkwk Students Wilson Rawlings Equipment 90000000OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO00000000000 00000 peeches are like steer horns a point here Some girls will scream at the sight ol a mouse point there and a lot ol bull in between and then climb in a convertible with a woll PAT LONG Tailoring Company Clothes Hand Cut and Tailored to your individual measure Mount Vernon Ohio The Finest Tailoring Sensibly Priced tutstysy ss' me! ikigme 0 0 0 0 O 0 0 O 0 O 0 0 O O O O 0 O 0 0 O 0 0 0 O 0 0 0 0 0 O 0 0 0 O 0 0 0 0 0 O 0 0 O O 0 0 O O 0 0 0 0 O 0 O O O O OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO 0 0 Loads of Good Luck And Success Class of 51 GENE S STORE 128 S Main Mount Vernon Ohio t5 H g Page One Hundred Forty seven Sv''VW''12W'3vW'7v:w:au'w"x::w:'Y'c" v72'g7o:Tw:1?v": " 'vim " ': Jilnliiw N T wmmnawammwamwmmmgammmmmmgmmmkwkmmmkmbi M ' SQA Q D1 l'i1 - ' UU I'Cl ' . ri-it W ' - ' ri.. 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K I , , I , Q E E W N s J W ll L W XXXXEHXEE Luggage - Leather Goods Dog Furnishings Quallty Shoe Repa1r 104 W Hlgh Mount Vernon Ohio Q2 o 000000OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO' 00 0 0 0 0 O 0 O 0 0 0 0 O O O 0 O 0 O 0 0 0 0 O O O Q0 You cant klss a gtrl unexpectedly only soon er than she thought you would Complrments of Bell s Soda Grlll Restaurant and Soda Bar Formerly Harrys 8 S Maln Street Phone 21316 Mount Vernon Oh1o O O 0 O 0 0 O 0 0 O O O 0 0 0 O 0 0 0 0 0 0 O 0 O 0 0 0 0 O 0 0 0 00 O O 0 OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO 000049 Q '51 B Q 5 '21 93 W w W 15: Q 151 Q F 3 Va B 5 3 E Q Q O The Ridgway Duck Hatchery Producing White Pekin Ducklinqs Bronze Turkey Poults Baby Chicks 6 N Main Street Mount Vernon Ohio D1a1 41096 OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO 00 People who get up real early in the morning invariably do as the roosters do crow bout it ooooooooooooo bovvovof Compliments of M C DAVY Armco Steelox Building Kurfees Paints Phone S1991 206 West High St Mount Vernon Ohio TM T. IL 'M 1. in TN IL H. 2. QL Q. 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