Danville High School - Clarion Yearbook (Danville, OH)

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Advertisers .,.,.ee., Table of Contents 15 35 51 67 ,l ,,,, 81 The Clarion '54 1 L DANVILLE HIGH SCHOOL The Clarion '54 ED, Dedication In appreciation for his help and guidance, the Seniors of 1954 wish to dedicate this Clarion to Mr. Lewis W. Vaughn. Not only has he done remarkable work with the band and music department, but he has also taken an active part in other school and community activities. We all wish Mr. Vaughn continuing success and happiness in his work, as he has helped to make our school days successful and happy. The Clarion '54 Editorial The Senior Class of 1954 takes great pleasure in presenting to you this issue of the Clarion. It is our final contribution as students of Danville School, and we hope that you may receive some enjoyment from it. We have come to the last page of an unforgettable book, a book entitled "School Days." We can never read this book again, therefore it is with con- siderable sorrow that we read these last words. But it is with a feeling of achievement too, for we have succeeded in completing twelve chapters packed with fun, action and hard work. Our parents and teachers have thus far guided our steps with patience and skill, and have prepared us for the life we are now beginning - a life filled with decisions and problems which we must face. We are grateful to them, and we will use the knowledge we have acquired to the best of our ability, hoping that by so doing the world may become a better place in which to live. The Staff wishes to thank all those who have in any way contributed to the success of this Clarion, especially our faculty adviser, Mr. Senft. As Editor, I also wish to express my appreciation to my classmates and the other members of the staff for their splendid co-operation and fine work. As the years rush by and the memory of our school years begins to fade, we may refresh it by browsing through the pages of the Clarion and reliving in our minds the experiences recorded there. The Clarion '54 ,gp-'5' "'-2 "'--"':."3- gf Q '12 21 W F 52- 'Q Z W N g Q. fi X 2-L-'j 'Ki 'lffii FASH EEF? The Clarion '54 Page Eight GLEN M. HANES County Superintendent nu Tloe Clarion '54 COSMOS BLUBAUGH President IOHN BANBURY HOWARD BANBURY Board of Education IRVIN GRASSBAUGH WILLARD HOLT ARTHUR McMILLAN Page Nine The Clarion '54 Page Ten A. B. PARKER SUPERVISING PRINCIPAL Science Department wmrf, A if fseiisvg-5 12:2-j1!?L5f!E'W.:.','..3i,1 :g'?5y,?'5 I , 53, I The Clarion '54 D. F. SENFT Pnmcrrm. Mathematics Civics Page Eleven l Ei Y 23" r A 14: . ' .f 4, I 5 lf "A'AY..'j. W 1 I' " nf , , I fl Q L. v 5 1 -11 3 ff-f :K . :Y . , gf' -T' 1" . , ,Q , Ai' - va i in v .A ji' if I :1 ' 'a .Q . , Y-V7 . s li W. lil. . "5 A ,' n f' fn. 7 V Q, . In kr fl- 'uh fa, ' sf" in The Clarion '54 T. A. WHEELER Vocational Agriculture MARTHA IAMESON Language Speech LEWIS VAUGHN Music Department MABLE LEPLEY Home Economics Page Twelve INEZ HARLETT Commercial Department Treasurer C. W. REESE Industrial Arts Mathematics Athletics Manager WILLIAM GALLER English Department MERVYN NUGENT Science Football Coach --.rf The Clarion '54 ROBERT O'BRIEN Social Science Basketball Coach RALPH BALL Seventh and Eighth Grades Ass't Basketball Coach BERNADETTE DURBIN Fifth Grade GERALDINE DRAKE Third and Fourth Grades School Faculty Q., S MICHAEL O. SMITHHISLER Seventh Grade DONALD COOPER Sixth Grade VIDA ROBESON Fourth Grade RUTH HOLDREN Third Grade Page Thirteen The Clarion '54 ARTHUR MCMILLAN Eighth Grade TRIESA ENGLE Second Grade PEARLE SNOW First Grade Page Fourteen School Faculty PEARL HARMER Second Grade VIVIAN SHAW First Grade Betty Edgar Fourth and Fifth Grades MARY LOUISE COLOPY Secretary The Clarion '54 1 -mv-Y-U-if 5-' 'fin ' I Sfmor ' V JZTQIYOT l S9 M W as 'QW Q ,F sfrmn 0 XV WA! A my QEEASSES The Clarion '54 PAUL DAVID O'DONNELL "Whit" "l grew up to be the kind of a kid my mother didn't want me to play with." General Course Class President 4: Vice Presi- dent 3: Clarion Start 2, 4: Business Manager 4: News Staff 2, 3, 4: Sports Editor 2: Editor 3: Latin Club l. 2: French Club 3: Mixed Chorus 4: Speech 4: Class Play 3: Baseball 3: Football 1, 3, 4: Varsity "D" 4: Intramural Sports 1. 2. 3, 4. FLORENCE DALENE WORKMAN .,WorkY., "As acceptable as an in- come tax return." General Course News Staff l, 2. 3, 4: Honor Society 1, 2, 3, 4: Bus Patrol 4: Intramural Sports 1, 2. 3. 4: Class Secretary 4: Class Treasurer 2: Latin Club l. 2: French Club 1: Attendant l. 3- Cla'ion Staff 4: Editor 4: H. S. Chorus 4: Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Band Secretary-'l'reas- urer 3, 4: Speech 4: French Club Treasurer 3: Shake- spearean Play 4. Page Sixteen JOYCE ANN MICKLEY "Fuzzy" "She talks like a revolving door." Commercial Course Vice President 4: Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4: Captain 2, 3: News Staff 3, 4: Queen's Attendant 2: Clarion Staff 1. 3, 4: Public Speaking 4: Class Play 3: Honor Society 2, 3. 4: Roll Taker Z. 3. DORIS IUANITA BODY HDOXY.. "She has a very pleasing disposition." Commercial Course F. H. A. 1, 2, 4: Band 1, 2, 3. 4: President of Band 3: Band Treasurer 2: Honor So- ciety 3, 4: Class Treasurer 4: Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3. 4: Queen Attendant 4: Public Speaking 4: Otiice 4: Clarion Staff 2. 4. The Clarion '54 IOANNE LEE BANBURY rixosien "Dear Lord, please bring him back sale. sound and single." General Course Band l. 2. 3: H. S. Chorus 4: Intramural Sports 1. 2. 3. 4: Cla ion Staff 4: Latin Club 1. SARA JANE CONKLE "Sally" "Give me action -I love it." Commercial Course Cheerleader 1, 2. 3. 4: News Stair l, 2. 3. 4: Latin Club l: Feature Editor 2: Honor Society 2, 3. 4: Chorus 3: Intramural Captain 3: F. H. A. 4: Queen 4: Ass't. Libra- rian 4: Public Speaking 4: Class Pla! 3: Intramural S orts l. . 3. 4: Otiice 4: Cijarion Stall 4: Varsity "D" Club 4. HELEN FRANCES DUHBIN "Little Pip" "When she smiles she uses a lot of face." Commercial Course Latin 1. 2: Treasurer ot Latin Club 2: Home Economics 4: Office l, 4: Intramural Sports 1. 2, 3, 4: Basketball Ca - tain 4: Clarion Start 4: H. A. Recreation Leader 4. EDNA MARILYN BAUGHER "Marilyn" "She has her share ot heiqhth and intelligence." General Course Honor Society 1. 2, 3, 4: Ass't. Librarian 2: Librarian 3. 4: School Patrol 3. 4: Latin Club l, 2: French Club 3, 4: Clarion Staff 4: Intra- mural Sports 3: Band 1. CAMERON MALCOM DRAKE "Drake" "He has the disfosition o! a firecrac' er." General Course Band 1, 2. 3. 4: Band He- porter 4: Intramural Sport: 1. 2. 3. 4: Class Play 3. 4: Shak- espearean Plag 4: Mixed Chorus 3, 4: larion Sta!! 4: French Club 3. 4: Vice President of French Club 4: Latin Club 1. NANCY ELIZABETH DURBIN .Nunn "When she w fks, she walks all o er." Commercial use Librarian 3. 4: Office 4: In- tramural Sports l. 2. 3. 4: Intramural Captain 4: Class Play Zi: Latin Club 1: Public Speaking 4: Class Treasurer Page Seventeen The Clarion '54, JAMES EDWARD EMMERT "Sir James" "He is a thimble tull of atomic energy." General Course lntramural Sports 1. 2. 3, 4: Clarion Statt 4: News Staft I. 2: Baseball 2: Track Team 3. CHARLES FREDERICK FOX HI,-Oxy., "l like the negative type of girl - you never know what will deve1op." General Course Football 1. 2, 3, 4: Basket- ball l, 2, 3, 4: Baseball 1. 2. 3. 4: Track 1, 2, 3, 4: F. F. A. 4: Speech 4: Intra- mural Sgorts 1. Z, 3, 4: Cap- tain 4: arsity "D" Club 2, 3. 4: Clarion Staff 4: Schol- arship Team 4. THOMAS MARTIN GARDNER u-1-oxnn "I wish there were some other way of starting the day besides getting up." General Course Class President 1: Football l. 2, 3, 4: Captain 4: Basket- ball 2. 3: Track 3: Intramural 1, 2, 3. 4: Intramural Cap- tain 4: Baseball 1. 2, 3. 4: Latin Club l, 2: Secretary oi Latin Club l: Varsity "D" Club 2, 3. 4: Clarion Statt 4: Honor Society 2, 4: Class Play 3: News Staff 1: Basket- ball Manager l. Page Eighteen KATHLEEN MARY FINAN "Kale" "Modest and shy as a nun is she." College Course Intramural Sports l. Z, 3. 4: News Staff 2. 3, 4: Honor Society 2. 3, 4: School Patrol 3. 4: Latin Club 1. 2: French Club 3. 4: Class Play 3: Ass't Librarian 4: l'I.S. Chor- us 4: Speech 4: Clarion Statt 4: Senior Editor oi News Staft 4. HAROLD FREDERICK FRANK "Fritz" "As cool as the other side oi a pillow." General Course Vice President ot Class l. 2: Latin Club 1, 2: Clarion Staff 3, 4: Basketball 1. 2, 3, 4: Baseball 2, 3, 4: Football 3, 4: Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4: Captain 3. 4: Mixed Chor- us 4: Honor Society l. 2, 3, 4: Public Speaking 4: Class Play 3. 4: School Patrol 3, 4: Athletic Leader 3, 4. IOHN LAWRENCE GREER "Larry" "His hair is his pride and joy... General Course Clarion Stall 4: Honor So- ciety l, 2, 3, 4: Mixed Chorus 4: Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4: Bas- ketball 2. 3: French Club 3, 4: Shakespearean Play 4: Varsity "D" Club 3, 4. The Clarion '54 MARGARET FAUN HAINS "Tommy" "l shall talk myself to death." Commercial Course Honor Society I. 2. 3. 4: News Statt 4: Intramural Sports 1. 2. 3. 4: Intramural Captain 4: Clarion Statt 4: Ass't. Librarian 4: Otfice 3. 4: Public Speaking 4: Roll Taker 4. DONALD DWIGHT LAUGHREY usid.. "I don't tell white lies: mine are all in technicolor." General Course Football 1. Z. 3. 4: BUS!-Ibflll 1, 2, 3, 4: Basketball 1. 2. 4: Intramural Captain 4: ln- tramural Sports l. 2. 3, 4: Varsity "D' Club 3. 4:v Class lay 3: Public Speaking 4: President ot Class 2: Clarion Statt 4. DOROTHY PATRICIA LYBARGER ..Do'.. "Now before l start, l want to say something." Commercial Course Honor Society 1. 2. 3. 4: News Statt 2. 3. 4: Intra- mural Sports 1, 2. 3. 4: Cap- tain 4: Class Treasurer 1: Latin Club 1, 2: Latin Club Vice President 2: Clarion Staft 4: Ass't, Librarian 3: Office 4: Public Speaking 4: Class Play 3: Bus Patrol 4: Roll Taker l. MARTHA PERN HAINS "Cork" "A close second l shall run." Commercial Course F. I-I. A. 1. 2. 4: Intramural Sports l, 2. 3. 4: Clarion Staff 4: Band l. 2: Public spanking 4: Librarian 1. 2, DAVID CHARLES LII-'ER ..DUve.. "He is blessed with a sort of elusive charm." General Course Band l. 2. 3, 4: Band Officer 3. 4: Honor Society 1. 2. 3. 4: Honor Society President 4: Intramural Sports l. 2. 3. 4: Speech 4: Assembly Chair- man 4: Bus Patrol 3. 4: Chorus 4: Basketball 2. 3. 4: Class Play 3: Clarion Stat! 2. 4: F. F. A. 1. EDWARD LEE McCONNELL ' 'Leecil ' ' "My interest is in the future because l'm qoinq to spend the rest of my life there." General Course News Staff 2, 3. 4: Sports Editor 3. 4: Honor Socie l. 2. 3, 4: F. F. A. I: Public Speaking 4: Football 3. 4: Basketball 3: Intramural Sports 1, 2. 3. 4: Clarion itat! 4: Shakespearean Play Page Nineteen The Clarion '54 EARL F. MICKLEY ,.EmmY,, "A man lor sports ol every sort." Agriculture Course Football 1. 2. 3. 4: Basket- ball 2, 3, 4: Baseball 3. 4: Track 3. 4: Varsity Basket- ball Captain 3: Varsity "D" Club 2, 3. 4: Intramural Cap- tain 2. 3, 4: Intramural Sports 1, 2. 3, 4: F. F. A. l, 2, 3, 4: F. F. A. Treasurer 4: Clarion Staff 4. WARREN L. MYERS "Mousey" "Words were to him like car- rier pigeons, to be released only singularly and in some emergency." Industrial Arts Course Intramural Sports 1. 2. 3. 4: School Patrol 3. 4: Clarion Stall 4: Public Speaking 4. SHIRLEY IEAN SCHISLER uleunn "She has a friendly way and a smile for everyone." General Course Madison 1, 2: Intramural Sports 3. 4: Captain 4: Li- brarian 4: Bus Patrol 4: Ot- iice 4: Honor Society 4: Clarion Stall. Page Twenty Seniors CHARLES LEROY MILLER ,,TuHY,, "He's dame-dreaming." Agriculture Course Basketball l. 2, 3, 47 Foot- ball l, 3, 4: Baseball 3, 4, F. F. A. 1, 2, 3, 4: Speech 4. Class President 3: F. F. A. President 4: Sentinel 3: In- tramural Sports l. 2. 3. 4: Captain 3. 4: Varsity "D' Club 3, 4. f GLENN CONAHD NYHART ,,Cob,, "lust about the time you think you can make both ends meet, someone moves the ends. Agriculture Course F. P. A. 1. Z. 3. 4: Football l, 2, 3, 4: Basketball 2: Base- ball 3, 4: I-'. F. A. Secretary 4: P. F. A. ludqing 2, 3. 4: Parliamentary Procedure 2, 3, 4: Clarion Staff 4: Intra- mural Sports l, 2, 3, 4: Var- sity "D" Club 3, 4: Track 3, Z: F. F. A. Scholarship Team RUTH ELLEN SHULTZ "Meri" "Her mind never knew what her mouth would say next. ' I-Iome Economics Course Band 1, 2, 3, 4: F. H. A. 1, 2, 3, 4: Intramural Sports l, 2. 3, 4: Ass't. Librarian 2, 4: Clarion Staff 4: Brass Quartet 1, 2, 3. 4: Class Play 3: Speech 4: Roll Taker 4. The Clarion '54 KAROL GEAN SLOAN "Karol" "A girl with home-lires in her eyes." Commercial Course F. H. A. 1, 2, 4: Intramural Sports l, 2, 3. 4: Band 1, 2: Clarion Staff 4. ALLEN CONAHD TREEN "Treen" "l am a genius?" College Course Latin Club 1, 2: French Club 3. 4: French Club President 4: Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Honor Society 4: Speech 4: Bus Patrol 3, 4: Shakespearean Play 4. NOLA PA ULINE SMAIL "Nolie" "A little tucked-in smile." College Course Honor Society 1. 2. 3. 4: Latin Club l. 2: School Pa- trol 2. 3: Intramural Sports 1. 2, 3, 4: Captain 4: News Stott 2, 3, 4: French Club 3. 4: Class Play 3: Class Sec- retory 3: H. S. Chorus 4: Speech 4: Clarion Stat! 4: French Club Secretary 4: Roll Taker 4. IOSEPH R. WEBER uloen "Good humor is one ol the best articles ot dress one can wear." Industrial Arts Course Clarion Staii 4: Basketball 3: Industrial Arts 1. 2. 3. 4: Spzecg Intramural Sports JOHN EUGENE WOODS Hwodsy.. "The kind ot a man who hits the nail squarely on the thumb." General Course Basketball 3: Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3: Class Play 3: Speech 4: Clarion Staii 4: Band President 4: Band Re- gorter 3: Band 1. 2. 3. 4: rass Quartet 2, 3, 4: Mixed Chorus 4: Shakespearean Play 4. Page Twenty-one The Clarion '54 Senior Notes President ., ........ .....,, P aul O'Donnell Vice-President ....,. ..,,.... I oyce Mickley Secretary . ...., ....,.. D alene Workman Treasurer r...,,,r rrr,,....r,,..,..,,r.,...... ....,,,r..,.,.-r.,..,.rvr.r.,., . . . Doris Body Class Flower - Red Rose Class Colors - Black and Silver Class Motto -- "Climb tho' the rocks be rugged." Last fall thirty-three students trouped across the threshold to become full- iledged seniors under the supervision of Mr. Senit. This year we had a weiner roast with a hay ride afterward and a birthday party honoring Charles Miller. Sara Conkle took top honors as both our senior cheerleader and Homecoming Queen with Doris Body accompanying her as senior attendant. Our representatives in the band are Cameron Drake, Dalene Workman, Eugene Woods, David Liter, Doris Body, and Ruth Shultz. Members of the Honor Society are Ioyce Mickley, Sara Conkle, Faun Hains, Dorothy Lybarger, Marilyn Baugher, Nola Smail, Kathleen Finan, Doris Body, lean Schisler, David Liter, Larry Greer, Harold Frank, Lee McConnell, Paul O'Donnell, Tom Gardner, and Conard Treen. News staff members are Dalene Workman, Sara Conkle, Dorothy Lybarger, Ioyce Mickley, Nola Smail, Kathleen Finan, Paul O'Donnell, Lee McConnell, and Faun Hains. We are proud to have Earl Mickley, Tom Gardner, Charles Miller, Conard Nyhart, Charles Fox, Paul O'Donnell, Harold Frank, Lee McConnell, and Don Laughrey representing the class in football. In basketball, also, the class is well represented by Earl Mickley, Harold Frank, Charles Miller, Charles Fox, Don Laughrey. and David Liter. As we leave our school days behind us and look to the future with expectancy of things to come, we, the Senior Class oi 1954, wish to give our sincere thanks to our parents and to the faculty of Danville High School who have made our education possible. lean Schisler Page Twenty-two The Clarion 54 Senior Class History In the year of our Lord one thousand nine hundred fifty, it came to pass that, in the month of September, forty-seven students took up studies as freshmen at D. H. S., with Mr. Kaylor as home room teacher. Before long things got under way and class officers were elected. Tom Gardner was president, Harold Frank, vice-president, Ioyce Mickley, secretary, and Dorothy Lybarger, treasurer. The eleven band members were Ioanne Banbury, Marilyn Baugher, Karol Sloan, Fem Hains, Ruth Shultz, Doris Body, Shirley Houck, Cameron Drake, Ed Welsh, Eugene Woods, and David Lifer. Those freshmen initiated into the Alpha Beta Honor Society were Marilyn Baugher, Nola Smail, Faun Hains, Dalene Workman, Harold Frank, David Lifer and Dorothy Lybarger. Sara Conkle, Dalene Workman and Tom Gardner were members of the News Staff. Charles Fox and Tom Gardner were on the football squad. Don Laughrey, Harold Frank, and Charles Fox were on the reserve basketball squad. Sara Conkle was chosen cheerleader for our high school days. Dalene Workman was chosen attendant for the football queen. The following year, one thousand nine hundred fifty-one, with our number decreased to forty-three we again took up studies in September as sophomores, under the home room guidance of Mr. Reese. The following class officers were chosen: President, Don Laughrey: Vice-President, Harold Frank: Secretary, Ioyce Mickley, Treasurer, Dorothy Lybarger. Members of the football squad were Tom Gardner, Charles Fox, Earl Mickley, Conard Nyhart, Bill Summers, Graham Barnhart, and Don Laughrey. Paul O'Donnell was manager. Those participating in basketball were Earl Mickley, and Harold Frank for the varsity and Tom Gardner, Bill Summers, Charles Fox, Don Laughrey, Larry Greer, David Lifer, and Conard Nyhart for the reserves. The sophomore band members consisted of Fern Hains, Dalene Workman, Doris Body, Ruth Shultz, Ioanne Banbury, Eugene Woods, David Lifer, and Cameron Drake. The Brass Quartet members were Doris Body, Ruth Shultz and Eugene Woods. Six new members were added to the Honor Society. They were: Sara Conkle, Kathleen Finan, Ioyce Mickley, Larry Greer, Tom Gardner, and Lee McConnell. Sara Conkle was Feature Editor of the News Staff and Nola Smail, Dorothy Lybarger, Kathleen Finan. Dalene Workman, Paul O'Donnell, and Lee Mc- Connell were reporters. Attendant to the football queen was Ioyce Mickley. We began our junior year in September one thousand nine hundred fifty- two with an enrollment of forty-three, under the home room supervision of Mr. Galler. The following class officers were chosen: President, Charles Miller: Vice-President, Paul O'Donnell: Secretary, Nola Smail, Treasurer, Nancy Durbin. We were represented in football by Charles Fox, Harold Frank, Tom Gardner, Don Laughrey, Lee McConnell, Earl Mickley, Charles Miller, Conard Nyhart, and Paul O'Donnell. The basketball squad had these juniors: David Lifer, Harold Frank, Charles Fox. Tom Gardner, Lee McConnell, Earl Mickley, Bill Summers, Ioe Weber, Charles Miller, and Eugene Woods. CContinued on page 341 Page Twenty three The Clarion '54 Class Prophecy A blue light gleams over the quiet laboratory as the figures of two scientists bend over their work. One speaks, "Is it finished, doctor?" "Yes, it is finished. Since 1954 we've been working on this invention, and finally after ten years we have finished the greatest invention ever known to the world. We have succeeded in inventing a machine that looks into the present. Now we are ready for the final test. We shall look into the present life of our classmates of 1954. The picture is coming in clear and here is how we see them." Ioanne Banbury with the help of Mr. Skeen is running a skiing farm outside Mount Vernon, while on the Miller's big dairy farm we see Helen Miller fthe former Helen Durbinj with her little Millers going out to help Charles milk. Charles Miller has just received 51,000 on his prize heifer which Helen has helped him raise. A number of our classmates have become well-known celebrities. Marilyn Baugher, famous jitterbug dancer, is opening a jitterbug dancing class in Danville. Cameron Drake is a drum major in an all girls' band and Larry Greer is the pitcher for the Cleveland Indians. While Larry is out on the mound, we see little Larry watching his great father. Karol Sloan, now a famous movie star Cshe has taken Marilyn Monroe's placej is throwing a big party at her twenty-room house. In a different line of entertainment, Dalene Workman is the nation's foremost concert pianist with her husband, Carroll, acting as her agent. Eugene Woods is now playing his trumpet with Tommy Dorsey's Band. We hear he can play a "mean" tune. In still another world of entertainment, we see lim Emmert, known to most people as the "Fearless Mite," as one of the most popular wrestlers today. We also see lean Schisler, who is one of the country's best known comedians. She has just finished her latest movie with her well-known partner, Ierry Lewis. The name of the movie is, "Raising Rice." Another group of our classmates have chosen a career as business people, and some have become very wealthy and well-known. Paul O'Donnell and his lovely wife Fern are now owners and operators of a reducing salon, and Fern CHainsj in her free time has taken over the "Patty Page Show," and is one of the top singers today. Don Laughery is one of the richest men in the world. He's the great fur tycoon. Don got his start by trapping and skinning his own coon. Another "Mr. Big" is Earl Mickley, who is a famous zipper manufacturer. He has now completed his latest model, a sure-shut zipper, and is making millions. Dorothy Lybarger has also been successful. She has a 1,000 acre goat farm in Florida. Nancy Durbin is the owner of the famous "Nan's Shop," a hat and jewelry store in Loudonville. Ioe Weber who has always liked to invent things, has now completed his miracle drug which makes people grow short. While Ioe is doing his favorite work another class- mate has succeeded in accomplishing great honors. This is Warren Myers. Warren's secret ambition has come true and he is now one of Uncle Sam's greatest jet pilots. In Danville, since Clarence Mizer has retired, his son-in-law, Conard Nyhart, is the new proprietor of Mizer's Dairy Bar. The rest of the class have chosen to be either teachers or owners of public institutions or last but not least, the holy bonds of matrimony. Doris Body, with the help of Lloyd, is running an old maids' home south of Danville, while Kathleen Finan is in charge of the Girls' Industrial School at Delaware. Nola Smail attended four years of college at Ashland, and then returned to Danville where she is now the Home Economics teacher at good ol' Danville High. One CContinued on page 66D Page Twenty-four The Clarion '54 Class Will Marilyn Baugher - her heighth to Carol Spearman and Lulu Chapman. Doris Body - her smile to Ianet Durbin. Sara Conkle - her cheers to Ruth and Barbara Sapp. Cameron Drake - his baton to Hedge Iarvis and Iohn Lauderbaugh. Helen Durbin - her wisecracks to Iean Durbin. Nancy Durbin - her giggles to lay Morris. lim Emmert - his little black Chevie to Eugene Mowery and Marie Wolford. Kathleen Finan - her poetic ability to Iim Colopy. Harold Frank - his Varsity "D" letter to Marilyn Shaffer. Charles Fox - his crew haircut to Paul Schaub. Tom Gardner - his trips to Millwood to Don Schackle. Larry Greer - his dark, wavy hair to Dick Stumbaugh and Tom Severns. Faun Hains - her blonde hair to Norrita Colopy. Fem Hains - her red hair to Ida Lorenzon. Don Laughrey - his blue eyes to Shirley Rice and Betty Durbin. Dorothy Lybarger - her naturally curly hair to Joanne Lepley. David Lifer - his seat in the Senior Class to Kay Mizer. Lee McConnell - his bashfulness to Kay White and Carole Rhodes. Earl Mickley - his position as center on the basketball team to Bob Beck. Ioyce Mickley - her gift of gab to Sylvia Cagwin. Charles Miller - his tardiness to Rita Greer and Iuanita Crane. Warren Myers - his quietness to Iane Harlett. Conard Nyhart - his love for hillbilly music to Rita Elksnis. Paul O'Donnell - his job as president of the Senior Class to anyone who's elected. lean Schisler - her personality to Shirley Sapp. Karol Sloan - her roller skates to Carl Blubaugh. Nola Smail - her small features to Ann Blanchard and Iack Hall. Conard Treen - his intelligent remarks to Charles Colopy. Ioe Weber - his specks to Alma Butler and Betty Doyle. Eugene Woods - his trumpet to Eva Banbury. Dalene Workman - her musical talent to Ioe Piar. Ioanne Banbury Ruth Shultz Page Twenty-five The Clarion '54 Class Poem Here's a key hole peek from behind the door. Oi our fellow classmates of "54". Ioanne B. is a light-haired lass, She's never late lor any class. Marilyn B., who is very tall, Plans on college this coming fall. Doris Body is full of joy, She goes with a tall, dark-haired boy. Sara Conkle has won many an award, She prefers someone who has a two-toned Ford. Nancy Durbin is sweet and chic. The type that makes a party click. Helen Durbin, who likes to skate, Is never late tor any date. Iimmy Emmert, who isn't very tall, Can do quite a lot, even though he is small. Kathleen Finan is an English whiz, She gets an "A" on every quiz. We have a Charles, with short-cut locks, But on the gridiron, he's a regular "Fox," Slippery and tricky in sports Harold plays. But normally quite "Frank" in social ways. Gridiron opponents Tommy G. tries hard to beat, But he always appears in class so trim and neat. Faun and Fern, twins by chance, Though not identical, both love to dance. Don Laughrey, quarterback, fisherman too, Preiers gals also, on his menu. Besides tooting a tuba and getting good grades David Liier's ambition, a lone hand in spades. Dorothy Lybarger is a slim, trim girl, Who is blessed with many a natural curl. Page Twenty-six Science and math. Einstein stufl. For Lee McConnell, it's not too tough. Earl Mickley is a very tall boy, Playing hookey is his greatest joy. Ioyce Mickley is a good natured kid. She's often seen riding with Sid. Charles Miller would never say die, For Helen D. is the apple oi his eye. Still water runs deep, so we are told, Warren Myers seems to fit that maxim oi old. Son of the soil, Conard Nyhart by name, An A-l half back to spark any game. Paul O'Donnell. "Whit" for short, Irish wit, plus a good sport. Very little jean has to say, To convey her thoughts she has a way. Ruth Shultz is pleasant and kind, Another like her is hard to find. Karol Sloan, timid and blonde, Of movies and skating she's very iond. To get things done, that's Nola Smail. But she'll never iinagle a course at Yale. Conard Treen, whom you all have seen, He plays the trombone, and is a scream. Ioe Weber won't be tutored at South Bend. For his talent is of the mechanical trend. Sweet music on a trumpet Eugene sure can make, lust mention Euchre, to the "Woods" he won't take. Dalene Workman, a sweet lass is she, A concert pianist she wants to be. The peek is finished. a full view we can't tell. So from Cameron and Larry a fond iarewell. The Clarion 54 Ioanne Banbury .. ,., Marilyn Baugher .- .... staying home at nights being a cheerleader Doris Body ..,.,...,.ii,i ..,..... w ithout her smile Sara Conkle ..........., i,,...,.... w ith her mouth shut Cameron Drake ........ ..i,..,,.,,,.,............... n ot arguing Helen Durbin .,.... Nancy Durbin ......... Jim Ernmert .,......., Kathleen Finan ,.i.... ..,.,.. refusing a chance to tease without her wiggle and giggle being 6 feet 3 niches tall not wearing green on St. Patrick's Day Charles Fox ...,..,.. driving a Cadillac Harold Frank ,..,,,..... .i......,...,, n ot speaking to girls Tommy Gardner ..o..,,. ......, b eing a bench warmer Larry Greer ............ ..,,,.,....... w ith a crew cut Fern Hains .......... ..... b eing undernourished Don Laughrey ........ .i,..,... w eighing 250 pounds David Liier .,.....,..,......., ....,........,,........... n ot studying Dorothy Lybarger buying a Farmall tractor Lee McConnell ..,.....,, ........,.........,........ an auctioneer Earl Mickley ........ not being called "Emmy" Ioyce Mickley .....,i. ....,................., w ithout a "bill" Charles Miller .....,.. .,..,.w. w ithout his witty remarks Warren Myers ,,,,..i. .ie..,......,......i, r aising a nimpus Conard Nyhart ....... ...,.....e,... e ating at Beernan's Paul O'Donnell .,...i, lean Schisler .i,.ii. Ruth Shultz ...... being a doctor owning a "Rice" plantation first woman president Karol Sloan .,ii.i ...........,,......, m ilking cows Nola Smail .ii..,, ........, a dvertising cigarettes Conard Treen ......... ..,....i......,. a woman killer Ioe Weber iiii.i,.i.,..., ...... . crooning love songs Eugene Woods ,,,.,. ..,.........,.,i h ating people Dalene Workman ...... .....,...ii,.. , ,. a hillbilly Faun Hains Page Twenty seven The Clarion '54 :fu Rs RQMEMQER O Uh ai' ' I 07.401 A 00143, WY 'ol . G'l:7',5 Z- 1 QSVJ . U UW I 9 aflh ,Y +1 BX 4, if Ig Gifs Fo6fbalIDarfce wkfk The Ci 6112.- eY5f1 flue '2,,f3Ji13 - J., " ll ll A f - QT J 'I' I! I ,"C'0h L cfQw:ffIff1 ThcFh: F1 New-S., 559' s la. I a! 'ls Cla-r-ibn Sfaff .S 1 Well 'fphavr -If , , - O ghf I5 The QI' , ff' ff .wo 5 7 " 'S if f I kd -i' 0 I A W I in U his ,. ., "WW f A I a I , '. 99 . " Q 1 Q '- ' S . , , Q f lew.: R.'a21 x i i' ' 2 H w X! 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Kay White, Alma Butler, Icrnet Durbin, Eva Banbury. Marilyn Shatter, Bob Beck, lim Colopy. THIRD ROW: lay Morris, Ruth Sapa, ita Greer. luanita Crane, Rita Elknis, Ann Blanchard, Betty Durbin, lcxneHar1tt Eu n 'Mo 'r' h 1 "1 e . ge e we yu ar es v0 opy. FOURTH ROW: Iack Hall,-Hedgelnrvis, Paul Schaub, Tom Severns, Mr. Galler. Ioe Piar, Carl Blubauqh, Iohn D. Lauderbauqh, Don Shackle. B is ' un1or Notes On September 8, 1953, thirteen boys and twenty-seven girls enrolled in the Iunior Class. Later in the year Mary Io Italiano withdrew from the class. Iay Morris carne here from Loudonville. Sylvia Cagwin joined us and Iean Durbin rejoined us again bringing the class enrollment up to forty. We are under the supervision of Mr. Galler. The following were elected as class officers. President . , r r , Richard Stumbaugh Vice-President . r Ann Blanchard Secretary .r .r .,............. . r, r Sylvia Cagwin Treasurer r . or W r. r. .. r , . rr,, , r. . Kay Mizer The class had one skating party. We were well represented in the following activities: Football: Don Shackle, Charles Colopy, Iohn D. Lauderbaugh, and Paul Schaub. Basketball: Don Schackle. Band: Bob Beck, Ann Blanchard, Tom Severns, Betty Doyle, Betty Durbin, Ianet Durbin, Shirley Rice and Iim Colopy. News Staff: Marilyn Shaffer, Carol Spearman, Ida Lorenzen, lane Harlett, Betty Durbin, Eva Banbury, and Kay Mizer. CContinued on page 343 Page Twenty nme The Clarion '54 BOTTOM ROW, L. to R.: Norma McMillan. Sheila Durbin, Nancy Beck, Sue Mills. Bonnie Italiano, Mary ?racY, loyce Mizer, Doris Nyhart, Diana Cornell, Peggy Ridgeway, lane Zimmerman, Mary Sue ameson. SECOND ROW: Dick Butts, Leon Blubaugh, Ianette Randles, Rosalie Schaub, Miriam Payne, Mary Scholes, Helen Fesler. Mary Piar, Emma Burgett, Ruby Carr, Martha Mickley, Lanny Parrish. THIRD ROW: Keith Armstrong, Dick Everhart, lack Holland, George Myer, Raymond Bell, David Colopy, Paul Durbin, Dick Gardner, Dean Nichols. Harold Wolford. FOURTH ROW: Iim Hashman, Larry Shrimplin, Raymond Vess, Mr. Reese, Larry Grassbauqh, Iim Loney, Lyle Lyons. Sophomore Notes On September 8, 1953, forty-six pupils enrolled in the Sophomore Class under the supervision of Mr. Reese and Mr. Nugent. Since then Edna Root and Nina Brumbaugh have withdrawn and Dorothy Trego and Raymond Bell have joined us. The officers chosen by the class were: President ...l l .l..l...ll.l..ll l.l......... ,...... , . ..r.o R ichard Gardner Vice President ...... l Elizabeth Iameson Secretary rrrrl B, .... A, ........rr rrorrr..rrr I oyce Mizer Treasurer .... an ....l.l.l..ll..ll... l .....l.l...l.l...ll B . Larry Grassbaugh During the year the class has enjoyed a Halloween and a Christmas party. Those participating in school activities Were: Football: Lyle Lyons, lim Loney, Paul Durbin, Lanny Parrish, David Colopy, and Larry Grassbaugh. Basketball: Larry Grassbaugh and Richard Gardner. Cheerleaders: Sue Mills, Iane Zimmerman, and Miriam Payne. Band: Iim Hashman, Raymond Bell, Rosalie Schaub, and Ioyce Mizer. News Staff: Bonnie Italiano. Elizabeth Iameson, Mary Iameson, Diana Cornell, Mary Tracy, and Helen Fesler. CContinued on page 32D Page Thirty The Clarion '54 -Q-Q ,- BOTTOM ROW. L. to R.: Ianice Akins, Beatrice Fesler, Inez Iarvis, Ioella Miller, Patty Farmer. Marjorie Mann, Patty White. Ioanne Smith, Linda Smail, Mary Everhart, Fred Myer. Gary Armstrong. SECOND ROW: Paul Sapp, Dick Armstrong. Alice Meehan. Betty Loney, Mary Emmett, Erma Elksnis. Ruthetta Toy. Delores Durbin, Mary Loqston. Mary Schaub, lanet Zollars, Marcella Yearous, Iohnnie Durbin, Paul Cagwin. THIRD ROW: Iuris Klavins, Hubert Parsons. Eugene Bywaters, Carl Workman, Paul Devore, Charles Bywaters, Ronald Shackle, Philip Crumbaker. Bob Durbin. Jimmy Neiderhouser, Ianis Resnis. FOURTH ROW: Glenn Turney. Don Liter, Mr. O'Brein. Mr. Nugent, Larry Cline, Jim Weber, George Devore, Joe Harlett, Bob McConnell. Freshman N otcs On September 4, 1953 forty-six pupils entered the ninth grade. Since then two have departed. Those that took part in sports are the following: In football, Larry Cline, Iuris Klavins, Fred Myer, Larry Riley, Charles Bywaters, and Paul Cagwin. In basketball, Larry Cline, Carl Workman, Glenn Turney, Iuris Klavins, Paul Cagwin, Iohn Durbin, Robert Durbin, Charles Bywaters, Donald Lifer, Paul Sapp, and Dick Armstrong. Those in the band are Patty White, Iuris Klavins, Marcella Yearous, Gary Armstrong, Iames Neiderhouser, Mary Schaub, Ioanne Smith, Delores Durbin, Glenn Turney, and Donald Lifer. CLASS OFFICERS President , L , .,,., . Ianis Resnis Vice President Larry Cline Secretary , I Linda Smail Treasurer . a Alice Meehan Those on Honor Society are: Ianis Renis, Glenn Turney, Betty Loney, Delores Durbin, Ianice Akins, Ianet Zollars, Mary Everhart, Linda Smail, Ioanne Smith, and Alice Meehan. Alice Meehan Page Thirty-one The Clarion '54 BOTTOM ROW, L. to R.: Larry Snively. Bobby Ridgeway. Ioyce Caqwin, Kathleen Colopy, Sheila Work- man. lean Smith, ludy Young, Mary Blubaugh, Evelyn Doyle, Darlene Carr, Ellen lane Nyhart, Barbara Mizer, Bill Stachler, David Myer. SECOND ROW: Larry Emmert, Billy Franco, Patty Riley, Mary Ellen Staats, Iva McClain, Ellen Prazee. Rosemary Butler, Frances Vance, Betty Strouse, Linda Hammond, Keith Beck. THIRD ROW: Bob Shultz. Sandra Strinqiellow, Rose Finan, Sarah Sapp, Lucille Ferenbaugh, Iudy Gardner, Marilyn Banbury, Wanna Carr, Gretchen Mavis, Charles Durbin, Louis Gillespie, FOURTH ROW: Maiia Podneiks, Dorothy Loney, Rosemary Bennett, Betty Lemasters, Cora Blubauqh, Elaine Edgar, Ioy Lauderbaugh. FIFTH ROW: Ioe Banbury, Bob Davis, Paul Devore, Robert Piar, Charles Treen, Bill Neiderhouser, Mr. Ball, Martin Koons. Mr. McMillan, Harold Mickley. Eighth Grade Notes The eighth grade class is composed of 54 pupils, 35 girls and 19 boys. There are 15 in Mr. Ball's class and 39 in Mr. McMil1an's class. The class officers are as follows: President e,,ee e,,,e, e,,e,,e,,e, 7 7 Marty Koons Vice President is eeee,e, Barbara Mizer Treasurer as ,eeeeee.., .eeeeeee H arold Mickley Secretary eee,eee,eeeeee e,e,eee. to ee,eeeeei,e,eeei.,e.ee,eeee Rosemary Bennett There are 15 members in the marching band. Patty Riley SOPHOMORE NOTES CContinued from page 295 High School Chorus: Mary Tracy, lane Zimmerman, and Ioyce Mizer. Honor Society: Helen Fesler, Diana Cornell, Mary Tracy, Elizabeth Iameson, Emma Burgett, Sue Mills, Ioyce Mizer, Iim Hashman, lim Loney, and Leon Blubaugh. Ioyce Mizer Page Thirty-two The Clarion '54 BOTTOM ROW, L. to R.: Mike Trac . Lonnie Stull, Tom Whitney. Gary Durbin, Rose Franco. Gladys Devore, lane Holland. Marilyn Greer, Iuanita Devore, Suellen Stachler, Bob Wise, Glen Burqett, Lanty Iarvis, Leo Mickley. SECOND ROW: Ioe Bluhaugh, Harry Chapman. Eddie Banbury, Tom Divorak, Alvin Keener, Connie Mizer, Sara Bell. Betty Morris, Carol Crow, Alice Farmer, Merle Hoffman. Gary Mizer, Roger Baker. THIRD ROW: Freddie Summerfield, Herbert Gardner. Gary Hughes. lean Gardner, Nancy Hunt. Connie Hagans, Sue Grassbauqh, Curt Blubauqh. Paul Boling, Leland Zollars, Ronnie Zimmerman FOURTH ROW: K h ' ' ennet Wilson. Bob Miller, Stanton Barnes, Gary Moreland, Clem Blubaugh, Mr. Smithhisler, Bob Landis, John Wolfe, Alva Burgett. Seventh Grade Notes Our class began the 1953-54 school year under the leadership of Mr. Smithhisler and Mr. Ball with forty-eight students - fifteen girls and thirty- three boys. There are five in the senior band. They are: Bob Miller, Leo Mickley, Gary Durbin, Roger Baker, Lonnie Stull. The class officers : President ,orrro,.... orl, , .oor G ary Durbin Vice-President o,.. ,aa,. T homas Whitney Secretary oa,.aao.,a. aooa,,oa,,. C arol Crow Treasurer . r..rr Stanton Barnes Iean Gardner Page Thirty-three The Clarion '54 SENIOR CLASS HISTORY CContinued from page 23D Doris Body and Elaine Swendal were initiated into the Honor Society making the total fourteen juniors. The band members were Cameron Drake, drum major, Doris Body, Dalene Workman, Ruth Shultz, Eugene Woods, Conard Treen, David Lifer and Ioanne Banbury. Dalene Workman was attendant to the football queen. Paul O'Donnell was Editor of the News Staff and Lee McConnell was Sports Editor. A new member was Ioyce Mickley. We sponsored a dance and magazine campaign to raise money for the Iunior-Senior Banquet. Finally, in the year of our Lord nineteen hundred fifty-three we entered D. H. S. as seniors with Mr. Senft as home room teacher. By this time the number had dwindled to thirty-three. The class officers were chosen as follows: President, Paul O'Donnell: Vice- President, Ioyce Mickley, Secretary, Dalene Workman: Treasurer, Doris Body. lean Schisler, Paul O'Donne1l and Conard Treen were initiated into the Honor Society. The seniors who helped make the football season a great success were Harold Frank, Lee McConnell, Paul O'Donnell, Tom Gardner, Charles Miller, Don Laughrey, Conard Nyhart and Charles Fox. The boys who played basketball were Charles Miller, Charles Fox, Earl Mickley, David Lifer, and Harold Frank. Faun Hains joined the Newspaper Staff and Kathleen Finan was made Senior Editor of it. The football queen was Sara Conkle and her senior attendant, Doris Body. In March some of the seniors took part in the play "Romeo and Juliet," directed by Mrs. Iameson. There was also, of course, the Senior Class Play. Several dances and candy sales were sponsored by the senior class to raise money for a class trip. ' Now, as Commencement Day is drawing near we are about to complete a very important chapter in our "Book of Life." In a few short weeks May twenty-sixth will roll around and thirty-three seniors shall receive their diplomas. In behalf of the whole class I wish to extend my heart-felt thanks to the entire faculty for their kind and helpful guidance to us these last four years. With an ache in my heart and a shameless tear in my eye I bear in mind the fact that next year my classmates and I will be Alumni. Kathleen Mary Finan JUNIOR NOTES CContinued from page 30D Honor Society: Eva Banbury, Ann Blanchard, Marilyn Shaffer, Carol Spear- man, Ida Lorenzen, Shirley Rice, Ianet Durbin, and Kay Mizer. Rita Elksnis and Sylvia Cagwin were initiated this year. The Iuniors sponsored a magazine sale to raise money for the Iunior-Senior Banquet. The class was first to receive a trophy for selling over 3500. worth of magazines. Kay Mizer Page Thirty-four f vi V 1 mi if I a ACEFDWVEEUES The Clarion '54 BOTTOM ROW, L. to R.: Dalene Workman. Ioyce Mickley, Ioanne Banbury, Helen Durbin, Dorothy Lybcrrger, Doris Body, Kathleen Fincrn, Nola Smail, Sara Conkle, Nancy Durbin, Ruth Shultz. SECOND ROW: Alice Meehan. Patty Riley. lean Gardner, Fern Hains, Marilyn Baugher, Fcrun I-Iains, Marilyn Shaffer. Ioyce Mizer, Karol Sloan, Mary Io Italiano. THIRD ROW: Paul O'Donnell, Warren Myers, Cameron Drake, Conurd Nyhart. Charles Fox. Don Laughrey, Tom Gardner, Eugene Woods, Charles Miller, Lee McConnell. Conard Treen, lim Emmert. FOURTH ROW: Larry Greer. David Liter, Ioe Weber, Mr. Senit, Earl Mickley, Harold Frank. Clarion Staff EDITOR - DALENE WORKMAN ASS'T. EDITORS - Dorothy Lybarger, Nancy Durbin BUSINESS MANAGER Y Paul O'Donne1l ASS'T. BUSINESS MANAGERS f Conard Nyhart. Harold Frank ASS'T. CIRCULATION MANAGERS - l0e Weber. ASS'T CIRCULATION MANAGERS - Ioe Weber, Warren Myers SENIOR NOTES - lean Schisler SCHOOL CALENDAR - Lee McConnell IOKES - Helen Durbin, Charles Fox, Earl Mickley CLASS POEM -- Cameron Drake, Larry Greer CLASS HISTORY - Kathleen Finan CLASS WILL - Ioanne Banbury, Ruth Shultz CAN YOU IMAGINE? M Faun Hains Page Thirty-six CLASS PROPHECY - Ioyce Mickley, Sara Conkle SENIORS REMEMBER? - Sara Conkle ATHLETICS - Don Laughrey, Charles Miller, Tom Gardner, Earl Mickley, Charles Fox, lim Em- mert ALUMNI - Karol Sloan, Fern Hains SNAPSHOTS - Jim Ernmert TYPISTS - Marilyn Baugher, Nola Smail, Doris Body IUNIOR NOTES - Kay Mizer SOPHOMORE NOTES - Ioyce Mizer FRESHMAN NOTES - Alice Meehan EIGHTH GRADE NOTES - Patty Riley SEVENTH GRADE NOTES - lean Gardner DIVISION PAGES - Larry Greer. Cameron Drake The Clarion '54 BOTTOM ROW. L. to R.: Leon Blubaugh, Iim Hashman, Iim Loney, Ianis Resnis, Conard Treen, Larry Greer, SECOND ROW: Doris Body. Ianet Durbin, Sylvia Caqwin. Linda Smail. loanne Smith Dolores Durbin, Mary Ann Everhcrrt, Ianice Akins, Dalene Workman, Nola Smail. Sara Conkle, Ida Lorenzen. THIRD ROW: Ioyce Mizer, Mary Tracy, Alice Meehan. Ianet Zollars, Inez Iarvis, Elizabeth Iameson, mrs. kslarlett, Helen Fesler. Diana Cornell, Dorothy Lybarger, Faun Hains, Kathleen Finan, Ann unc ard. FOURTH HOW: Lee McConnell, Paul O'Donne1l, Betty Loney, Sue Mills. Kay Mizer, Marilyn Baugher, Ioyce Mickley, Rita Elksnis, Emma Burgett, David Liter, Tom Gardner. Marilyn Shatter. and lean Schisler absent. Honor Society Notes In September of 1953 Mrs. Harlett, our adviser and guide, and the Honor Society met to elect officers. Those elected were: President a David Liter Vice President Dalene Workman Secretary Marilyn Shaffer Treasurer T Carol Spearman On December 8 we enjoyed a roller skating party February 16 was our initiation day. Twenty new members were thoroughly initiated, and then we treated them to supper and entertainment that evening. We plan to have a picnic in the spring. David Lifer Page Thirty-seven The Clarion '54 E BOTTOM ROW, L. to R.: Mary Sue Iameson, Diana Cornell, Nola Smail, Kathleen Finan, Bonnie Italiano, Sara Conkle. Dalene Workman, Ida Lorenzen, Ioanne Smith, Linda Smail, Carol Spearman. SECOND ROW: Delores Durbin, Mary Io Italiano, Helen Eesler, Mary Tracy, Eva Banbury, Patty White, Marilyn Shaffer, lane Harlett, Betty Durbin, Ioyce Mlckley. THIRD HOW: Lee McConnell, Donald Liter, Dorothy Lybarger, Mrs. Iameson, I-'aun Hains, Glen Turney, Paul O'Donnel1. Newspaper Staff Notes The Newspaper Staff is made up of High School students who write news stories during a tryout period. They also must be "B" average students. There are two groups: the news reporters and the feature writers. The Editors are as follows: Editor-in-chief .,r,. ,..r,r C arol Spearman Senior Editor r....r ..... K athleen Finan Feature Editor ,le. ,,,.. M ary Ann Tracy Sports Editor 4,..,rc.r..,rc....,rr,....r.,...,re....e.,.,..ee..,..eeee,.. Lee McConnell Stories are written each week and then are printed in the Danville Times. The Staff served at some ball games to raise money for their annual spring trip. Faun Hains Page Thirty-eight The Clarion '54 ' ,.-W., em.,.,....... . ,. ....i,..---.... .. BOTTOM ROW, L. to R.: Dick Butts, Hedge Iarvis, Earl Mickley, Charles Miller, Conard Nyhatt, Iohn Lauderbauqh. Charles Colopy. Mr. Wheeler. SECOND HOW: Paul Sapp, Iohnny Durbin. Eugene Mowery, Paul Schaub, Charles Fox, Richard Stumbaugh, Paul Devore. Bobby McConnell. lim Emmert. THIRD ROW: Iim Colopy, Bob Durbin. Carl Workman. Larry Shrimplin, Raymond Vess, Carl Bluhough, Ioe Piar, Lyle Lyons, Dean Nichols. F. F. A. Notes There are twenty-four members in the F. F. A. this year. The officers who were elected at the beginning of the year are: President . , ,,.,. . ,. .,.. .c., . . ..rcr, . W Charles Miller Vice President , . . , Charles Colopy Secretary ..,. ,ece . Conard Nyhart Treasurer . o,ee, e,ec. , Earl Mickley News Reporter r,,t,r. . . Hedge Iarvis Sentinel ,E .. .. .,e,,e,e,. . ie,iiii,,iii i,.i , A . W , Paul Sapp Adviser , , , ., , o,e,eiaeia,a . . . , . T. A. Wheeler There are better than two productive projects per student. The chapter participated in the county Parliamentary Procedure contest. The F. F. A. had its own basketball and softball teams this year. They played in the F. F. A. tournament. The dairy, livestock, and meat judging teams took part in the district and state contests. The F. F. A. went to the Ohio Hydrological Experiment Station in Coshocton, Ohio. The chapter set out 10,000 seedling trees in 1953. Earl Mickley Page Thirty-nine The Clarion '54 BOTTOM ROW, L. to R.: Donald Liter, lim Colopy, Carol Crow, Marilyn Banbury, Ioy Lauderbauqh, Keith Armstrong, Clem Blubauqh. Leo Mickley, Gary Mizer, Curt Blubaugh, Clinton Lybarger, Marilyn Greer, Mary Schaub, Marcella Yearous. Ioanne Smith. SECOND ROW: Glenn Turney, Ruth Shultz, Tommy Whitney, Rosalie Schaub, Maiia Podnieks, Bob Beck. Marty Koons, Shirley Rice, Connie Haqans, Dalene Workman, Mary Staats, Linda Hammond, Tom Severns. Mr. L. W. Vaughn, Director. THIRD ROW: Patty White, Tom Divorak, Lonnie Stull, Rosemary Bennett, Gary Armstrong, Larry Lauder- bauqh. Delores Durbin. Nancy Hunt, Ann Blanchard, Betty Durbin. FOURTH ROW: Eugene Woods, Doris Body, lean Gardner, Clair Richert. Sheila Workman. Bob Landis. Elaine Edgar, lim Hashman. Ioyce Mizer. FIFTH ROW: Betty Doyle, Barbara Mizer, Glen Chapman, Iim Neiderhouser, Bill Neiderhouser, Raymond Bell, Conard Treen, Dave Liter. MAIOR - Cameron Drake. MAIORETTES - Kate Col0pY, Patty Riley, Iudy Young. Band Notes The Danville High School Band, under the direction of Mr. Lewis Vaughn, started its season by marching at eight football games. The graduating seniors are: Doris Body, David Liter, Conard Treen, Dalene Workman, Ruth Shultz, Eugene Woods, and Cameron Drake. The preceding are four, six, or eight-year students. The band officers are: President ...........,. ..,.. E ugene Woods Vice President .,... ................ D avid Lifer Secretary .,..,.....,. .... D alene Workman Treasurer ..,..,.... ,... D alene Workman Band Reporter ..,,.....................,..................... ..... Cameron Drake The band calendar was full this year. Besides football games, Labor Day, and Memorial Day Parades, Danville had for the third time the Knox County Music Festival on April 30, 1954. All in all the band had a nice year. Cameron Drake Page Forty The Clarion '54 in-nv 1 N . BOTTOM ROW, L. to R.: Keith Armstrong, Nolci Smail, Marcella Yeurous, Alice Meehan, Kathleen Finan, Dalene Workman, Philip Crumbaker. SECOND ROW: Conard Treen, Helen Fesler. lane! Durbin, Marilyn Baugher, Dorothy Lybarqer, Warren Myers. THlHD ROW: Don Shackle. Tom Severns, Mr. Parker. lock Hall, Dick Gardner. FOURTH HOW: David Liier. Harold Frank, Iohn D. Lauderbaugh, Conard Nyhart. School Patrol Notes Danville's School Patrol was inaugurated during the school year 1938-39 by the Ohio State Patrol. The duties of a School Patrol member are mainly to give assistance to students in entering and leaving the school buses and also to keep order on the buses, thereby making the driver's job an easier one. The School Patrol members are to be congratulated upon the efficient and helpful services that they perform for the welfare of their school. Conard Treen Page Forty-one The Clarion '54 BOTTOM ROW, L. to R.: Mary Sue Icrmeson, Ruth Shultz, Mary Io Italiano, Nancy Durbin, Sara Conkle, Sue Ioyce Mills, Norma McMillan, Iane Zimmerman. SECOND ROW: Kathleen Finczn. Fern Hains, Marilyn Baugher, Mr. Galler, Eva Banbury, Carole Rhodes, Icrnet Durbin. Library Notes The library staff of seventeen girls selected by Mr. Galler have charge of the library. These girls are given a specified period of the day. They have certain duties which consist of the following: help a student choose a book. sign the book out, catalogue new books, and keep the library in order. The added period of school has increased the staff this year. Mary Io Italiano has withdrawn and Faun Hains has taken her place. The ibrarians are: lst period: 2nd period : 3rd period: 4th period: 5th period: Sth period: 7th period: 8th period : Page Forty-two Elizabeth and Mary Sue Iameson, Iane Zimmerman Marilyn Baugher, Ruth Shultz Nancy Durbin, Sara Conkle Sue Mills, Norma McMillan Fern Hains, Kathleen Finan Iean Schisler, Eva Banbury Ianet Durbin, Carole Rhodes Kay Mizer, Faun Hains, Mary Io Italiano Marilyn Baugher The Clarion '54 4-a -J' BOTTOM ROW, L. to R.: Paul O'Donne1l, Nola Smail, Dalene Workman. Nancy Durbin, Sara Conkle, Ruth Shultz, Ioyce Mickley, Conard Treen. SECOND ROW: Warren Myers. Kathleen Finan, Dorothy Lybarger, Doris Body, Mrs. Iameson, Fern Hains. Faun Hains, Charles Miller. THIRDLROVX: Eugene Woods, David Liter, Ioe Weber, Harold Frank, Charles Fox, Lee McConnell. Don aug rey. Public Speech Notes The Speech Class, under the direction of Mrs. Iameson, started the year with twenty-two Seniors. The activities of the class are to memorize poetry and speeches and present them to other classes. The class has charge of Noon Assembly also. There are five chairmen for assembly, consisting of Ruth Shultz, Charles Miller, Dorothy Lybarger, Nola Smail, and Lee McConnell with David Liter as co-chairman. Eugene Woods Page Forty-th ree The Clarion '54 SITTING: Paul O'Donne11. Lee McConnell, Harold Frcmk, Concxrd Nyhcrt. Tom Gardner. Earl Mickley, Chcxrles Fox, Don Laughrey, Charles Miller. SECOND ROW: Larry Greer, Paul Schuub, Mr. O'Brien, Mr. Ball, Mr. Cooper, Mr. Nugent. Iohn Lcruderbuuqh, Iim Emmert. THIRD ROW: Charles Colopy, Don Shcrckle, Iim Loney. Tom Sevems, Lyle Lyons, Dave Colopy. varsity "D" Club The Varsity "D" Club has been reactivated as an official school activity. Its aim is to promote athletics at Danville with an emphasis on teamwork and good sportsmanship. Annual awards are being made to the member of each major athletic team who is outstanding in these respects. Officers for the coming year are: ' it,ts Larry Grassbaugh President ts,s,,t.,ss,ii.s,,tl.,,,so,s,ssi Vice President ti,.,. olo,osiic , , Lyle Lyons Secretary ,si.,,,is A ,,s,si,s, 7, Sue Mills Treasurer ,,s,,s .,,,,,,iss.,.,.. .,tltt, st..,i,s,s.,,,ss.,t , . , o t Marilyn Shaffer Our advisers are Mr. O'Brien and Mr. Nugent. Iim Emmert Page Forty-four The Clarion '54 .1 ,I V. is . 7 ' 'wa :TA .MI -faq INN 't l"' -, x G r-wg na.. ..T tl, dui Q ' 411- i , i 11.-V 1 . ,,, . BOTTOM ROW. L. to R.: Nola Smail, Kathleen Finan. Ann Blanchard, Icxne Harlett. SECOND ROW: Larry Greer. Marilyn Buugher, Mrs. Iomeson, Cameron Drake, Conard Treen. Le Ccrcle de Francais There are 8 members in the French Club, 2 in French I and 6 in French II. Mrs. Iameson is the adviser. The officers are : President . . L .O . Conard Treen Vice President . Cameron Drake Secretary Nola Smail Treasurer . ee,e t Ann Blanchard French I and Latin I entertained French II and Latin II at Christmas. French II and Latin II entertained French I and Latin I on Va1entine's Day. Nola Smail Page Forty-five The C larion '54 Page F BOTTOM HOW, L. to H.: Leon Blubaugh. Mary Sue Iameson, Inez Iarvis, Betty Loney, Diana Cornell, Bonnie Italiano, Ioanne Smith. Linda Smail. Mary Everhart, Fred Myer. SECOND ROW: Iim Neiderhouser, David Colopy. Janet Zollars, Mrs. Iameson, Ioyce Mizer, Mary Tracy George Myer, Paul Cagwin. THIRD HOW: Iuris Klavins, Lanny Parrish, Iim Loney, Glen Turney, Don Liier, Larry Cline, Ianis Hesnis, Charles Bywaters. 1 Latin Club Notes Twenty-seven members of the Latin Club, under the direction of Mrs. Iameson, started this year with the election of officers. They are as follows: President .,,.,ssi,....s,s.....,s,,si.,...ss,s.s.s... ...s,s Ioyce Mizer Vice President ss.... lim Loney Secretary .,.,is....,is ...,,,s L arry Cline Treasurer ..,..,,s.....,.,ssii.,.v s,ss,,r.,ss,.......,..ss.....vs,r...,s,s,,s, D avid Colopy In December, Latin I and French I joined together in entertaining Latin II and French Il. In February, Latin II and French II entertained Latin I and French l. The Latin Club is planning its Seasonal Annual Roman Banquet in full Roman costume. Bonnie Italiano orty-six The Clarion '54 BOTTOM ROW, L. to R.: Rosalie Schaub. Marcella Yearous, Karol Sloan. Sara Conkle, Ianice Akins, Delores Durbin, Ruth Shultz. SECOND ROW:.Ianette Handles, Kay White, Norrita Colop . Doris Bod , Mar I E t, P y y y o mmer atty Farmer, Erma Elksms, Ruthetta Toy, Fern Heins. Putty White. THIRD HOW: Mary Piar. Emma Burqett, Doris Nyhart, Helen Durbin, Mrs. Lepley, Helen Fesler, Mary Schaub, Evelyn Tuberville. Home Economics N otcs We started our 1953-54 year with twenty-four members under the direction of Mrs. Mabel Lepley. Our club officers are: President Sara Conkle Vice President Norrita Colopy Secretary Marcella Yearous Treasurer D , Helen Fesler Our club holds meetings monthly. We had a Weiner roast last fall and in December our Home Economics Club had a Christmas party. We had an ex- change of gifts and outside entertainment. We hold candy sales to make money for our club. This year every member may have a pin if she so desires. Doris Body Page Forty-seven The Clarion '54 SITTING, L. to R,: Fern Hains, Helen Durbin, Ruth Shultz. Sara Conkle, Faun Hains, Dorothy Lybarger, Nancy Durbin. Dalene Workman, Nola Smail. Kathleen Finan, Ioyce Mickley. SECOND ROW: Charles Miller, Conard Treen. Charles Fox. Harold Frank, Mrs. Jameson, David Liter. Cameron Drake, Lee McConnell. Paul O'Donnel1. Senior Class Play The play "Our Hearts Were Young and Gay," a previous Broadway pro- duction written by Cornelia Otis Skinner and Emily Kimbrough, was presented by the senior class May 6, 1954, under the direction ot Mrs. Martha Iameson. C A S T Cornelia Skinner, a tall handsome girl ....... .... ......, D o rothy Lybarger Mrs. Skinner, is exquisitely refined ............ ......,..... F aun Haine Mr. Skinner, has theatrical ways ...................... ..... E ugene Woods Emily Kimbrough, a delicately pretty girl ....... .....,. N ancy Durbin Dick, a wise guy ............................,.............. .... L ee McConnell Leo. an earnest youth ....,,.. .......... ,........... ............ D a v id Liter Steward, a hard working little man ...... ....... C harles Miller Stewardess, is very grim ..............,. ........ . .. ........ Ruth Shultz Purser, a business like man ........................... ...... H arold Frank Admiral. a professionally charming man ...... ..... P aul O'Donne1l Winitred, a typical British girl .....,.,............. ............. N ola Smail Harriet, a typical British girl ..,.......................... ...... K athleen Finan Window Cleaner, is friendly and talkative .,.... ........ C onard Treen Therese, is pretty and doll-like ..............,..... ..... D alene Workman Madame Elise, a hotel proprietress ...... ........... S ara Conkle Inspector. a medical inspector .,.............. ...,... I oyce Mickley Mousier de la Croix, a French actor ........ ..................... C ameron Drake Dorothy Lybarger Nancy Durbin Page Forty-eight The Clarion '54 SITTING, L. to R.: Eva Banbury, Carol Spearman. lane Harlett, lean Durbin. Ann Blanchard. Ida Lorenzen, Marilyn Shatter. STANDING. L. to R.: Iim Colopy. Bob Beck. Don Shackle. Ianet Durbin. Mr. Galler. Betty Durbin, Tom Severns, Eugene Mowery, Richard Stumbauqh. unior Class Play "A Lucky Penny," the play given by the Iunior Class, was presented Thursday, April 8. This three act comedy written by Ann Coulter Martens was ably directed by Mr. William Galler. Penny, a pretty problem ....... Lydia Pringle. her mother Caleb Pringle. her iather Ioanna. her best friend ..... Kerry, her boy friend ......,... Greg. Kerry's best pal ....,... Gram, herself ............,....... Miss Haskins. a visitor ., ...... Mr. Daly, a neighbor ..... O'Shane, a policeman ..... Flash. a photographer ...,..,. Models: Georgina ........ Vera .,..,,..,...,.. Susette .....,..,..... Hulda, the maid .,... CAST SYNOPSIS Ida Lorenzen Eva Banbury Don Shackle Carol Spearman Tom Severns Richard Stumbaugh Marilyn Shaffer lane Harlett Bob Beck Eugene Mowery Iim Colopy lean Durbin janet Durbin Betty Durbin Ann Blanchard With Ioanna. Kerry. and Greg standing by to render emergency aid. Penny charges full-tilt into the field ot Modern Art! Momma applies psychology and Gram wants to apply the hairbrush. Events reach their peak when Kerry imports models for his own artistic satisfaction Cand to arouse her iealousy 5. But all ends well after Penny realizes the art bug is just a passing fancy. Marilyn Shaffer Page Forty-nine The Clarion '54 x 2 1 . 1-...., n BOTTOM ROW, L. to H.: Kathleen Finan, Nola Smail, Ioella Miller, Iocmne Banbury, Dolene Workman, lane Zimmerman, Beatrice Fesler, Mr. Vaughn. SECOND ROW: Patty White, Alice Meehan, Marcella Yearous, Ioyce Mizer, Iuanitu Crane, Alma Butler. THIRD ROW: Marjorie Mann, Mary Tracy, Mary Schaub, Marilyn Shaffer, Jane Harlett, Rita Greer, Ioanne Smith. FOURTH ROW: Paul O'Donne1l, Eugene Woods, David Liter. Harold Frank, Larry Greer. Cameron Drake. Chorus N otcs The chorus is under the direction of Mr. Lewis Vaughn. It is composed of about twenty-six students in High School and divided into two groups. One group meets the first period in the morning and the other meets the last period in the afternoon. The chorus has sung for the Christmas program, The Prince of Peace Contest, The Greer Institute and also The Music Festival at Fredericktown. Ioanne Banbury Page Fifty X L" ' 1 e. wi' 'iv' S25 0 DQ QQ by The Clarion '54 2 Q 5.00 ,VO ff' N' lv f" X is X f Q , IB -A A I 'f ,, rqs my-'Qs MWLET CI QS The Clarion '54 BOTTOM ROW, L. to R.: Don Lauqhrey. Charles Miller, Earl Mickley, Charles Fox. Tom Gardner, Cunard Nyhart, Harold Frank, Lee McConnell, Paul O'Donne1l. SECOND ROW: Iim Loney, Larry Grassbaugh, Don Shackle, Paul Schaub, Iohn D. Lauderbaugh, Charles Colopy. Lanny Parrish. David ColoPY. Lyle Lyons. THIILD ROW: IcehnpyND1f:rbin, Iuris Klavins, Charles Bywczters, Larry Cline, Bob Durbin, Paul Caqwin. r r r r n. ed Mye , a o ma FOURTH ROW: Harold Wolford, Mr. Nugent, Mr. O'Brien. Football Notes The Danville Blue Devils had a very successful season under the direction of Coach Mervin "Red" Nugent and Coach Robert O'Brien, by winning 6 out of 8 games. We started the season off with a "Bang" by winning from Mount Vernon 21-5. Fox, Nyhart, and Colopy all tallied TDs with Miller adding one extra point. Paul Schaub scored two points with a safety. We kept on rolling by beating West Lafayette 19-6. Fox, Nyhart, and Mickley each got a TD: and Miller kicked one extra point. We kept on the winning way by trouncing Roscoe 53-O. Fox, Colopy, Nyhart, Laughrey, Lauderbaugh, Cline, Klavins, and Workman all tallied one TD apiece. Miller kicked 5 extra points. We finally met our match, as Bellville downed us 25-6. Fox made our only TD. We came back the following week by beating Butler 25-6 with Nyhart getting 2 TDs and Fox and Colopy each making one. Miller got 1 extra point. We kept on by defeating Granville 18-0 with Fox getting two TDs and Colopy adding one. CContinued on page 661 Page Fifty-two The Clarion '54 - . ... M is Queen and Court QUEEN SARA CONKLE Attendants: Ioanne Smith, freshman: Sue Mills, sophomore: Kay Mizer, junior: Doris Body, senior. The Clarion '54 lt BOTTOM ROW, L. to R.: Freddie Summerfield, Eddie Banbury. Bob Ridgeway, Paul Bolinq, Larry Emmert, Leo Mickley. Gary Durbin, Dave Myer, Louis Gillespie, manager. SECOND ROW: Iohn Wolfe, Keith Beck, Gary Hughes, Merrill Huffman, Harold Mickley. Iohn Durbin. Fred Myers. Roger Baker. Bob Shultz, THIRD ROW: Stanton Barnes, Charles Bywaters, Marty Koons, Iuris Klavins. Carl Workman, Coach William Galler, Larry Cline, Bob Durbin, Paul Cagwin. Junior High Football Notes We were off to a good start with a 13-7 victory over Bellville, Mickley and Cagwin both scoring TDS. Then we traveled to Millersburg for the worst defeat of the year 21-7. Klavins scored the only touchdown and Mickley the point. This time in a rough battle with the Blue lays they held us to a scoreless deadlock. We had to fight for this one - a 7-6 victory over the Redskins of Utica, with Klavins and Mickley again making the TD and point. Here come those rough boys from Millersburg again! This time they had no push-over, but they won 7-0 in the final minutes. Coached by Mr. Galler, the boys played good games this year. Page Fifty-four The Clarion '54 SITTING: Charles Miller, Charles Fox, Earl Mickley, Harold Frank, Richard Stumbaugh, Don Laughrey. SECOND ROW: Coach O'Brien, Don Shackle. Larry Grassbaugh, David Liier, Dick Gardner Ma , naqer David Colopy. Varsity Basketball Notes The 1953-54 edition of the Blue Devil Basketball Squad won 7 and lost 13 games. After winning 3 of the first 4 games, misfortune and injuries seemed to go hand in hand with the boys. Danville iinished fifth in the Knox County league and fourth in the annual tournament. Games were close, as evidenced by the fact that 9 of the 13 losses were by 8 points or less. Seniors on the squad included Harold Frank, Earl Mickley, Charles Fox, Don Laughrey, David Lifer and Charles Miller, with the last named being chosen captain by a vote of his teammates. It is hoped that the returning Varsity boys plus the continued improvement of some outstanding reserve squad members will mean a winning season next year. CContinued on page SSD Page Fifty five David Lrier ....,..., . Don Shackle ..,7..,. ..,., Dick Gardner .,,......., ... Opp. Gambier 48 Bladensburg 36 Amity 37 Utica 50 Fredericktown 62 Howard 52 New Holland 65 Olentangy 61 Centerburg 66 The Clarion '54 Individual scoring: Earl Mickley er.ir.r. Charles Miller ..rr...., Charles Fox .,rr,....,,.. Harold Frank ..e,,....eee,., Larry Grassbaugh . .,.,r - Don Laughrey ....re,.. VARSITY BASKETBALL NOTES CContinued from page 55D Page Fifty-six County Tournament : Dan 58 68 58 50 54 47 59 48 25 Games Pts. Average Played 270 14.2 19 170 8.5 20 159 8.3 19 105 8.1 13 120 7.1 17 104 5.8 18 26 2.9 9 . ..,.... .... 3 7 Dan. Opp. 41 Bladensburg 48 52 Amity 48 65 Gambier 62 51 St. Vincent 58 57 Howard 50 49 Fredericktown 59 45 Centerburg 62 32 Loudonville 60 55 -- Totals 924 Opp. Dan. Amity 36 64 Fredericktown 52 44 Centerburg 63 58 166 15 1 Grand Totals 1055 1045 Averages 52.8 52.3 Charles Miller Don Laughrey Tom Gardner The Clarion '54 SITTING: Manager Gary Armstrong, Paul Supp, Paul Cagwin, Dick Armstrong, Iohn Durbin, Iuris Klczvins. SECOND ROW: Couch Bull, Lcxrry Cline. Carl Workman. Glenn Turney, Don Liter, Bob Durbin. Reserve Basketball Notes The reserves played a total of 17 games, 12 of which were county games. Out of the 17 games Danville won 9 and lost 8. Out of the 12 county games Danville won 8 and lost 4. Danville Danville Danville Danville Danville Danville Danville Danville Danville Gambier 32 Bladensburg 25 Amity 17 Utica 43 Fredericktown 49 Howard 42 New Holland 34 Olentangy 39 Centerburg 34 Danville Danville Danville Danville Danville Danville Danville Danville Bladensburg 27 Amity 22 Gambier 37 St. Vincent 40 Howard 33 Fredericl-:town 37 Centerburg 48 Loudonville 48 Page Fifty-seven The Clarion '54 Page Fi BOTTOM ROW: Keith Beck, Bob Ridgeway, Bill Stachler, Larry Snively, Lonnie Stull. SECOND ROW: Manager Bill Franco, Harold Mickley, Bob Shultz, Charles Durbin, Gary Durbin, Leo Mickley. THIRD ROW: Bob Miller, Martin Coons, Charles Treen. Goqer Baker, Ass't. Manager, Louis Gillespie, Coach Nugent. unior High Basketball Notes During the season, the Iunior High played 8 games, won 3 and lost 5. The Iunior High played one game in the tournament with Columbia and lost 28 to 43. The cheerleaders for the season were Carol Crow, Sue Grassbaugh, Iudy Young, and Ellen Iane Nyhart. Danville 22 Danville 36 Danville 33 Danville 27 Amity 34 Danville Howard 38 Danville Howard 32 Danville Gambier 37 Danville TOURNAMENT Danville 28 -- Columbia Columbia 41 Bladensburg 36 Centerburg 29 Bladensburg 21 Earl Mickley Cheerleading Notes Patty White, freshman, and Sue Ioyce Mills, sophomore, were chosen to join Marilyn Shaffer, junior, and Sara Conkle, senior, for varsity cheerleading. Marilyn Shaffer resigned during the basketball season. The four girls sponsored a pep rally and the annual Homecoming Dance. This year the band did very much to assist us at our weekly pep meetings. Alice Meehan and Ioella Miller, freshmen, and Ianie Zimmerman and Miriam Payne, sophomores, cheered for the reserve team. The cheerleaders are grateful for the outstanding support from the band and student body throughout the year. Marilyn Shaffer tty-eight The Clarion '54 BOTTOM ROW, I.. to R.: lim Neiderhouser, Leon Blubauah. Gary Armstrong, Fred Myer. Charles Everhart, Charles Bywaters, Bob Durbin, Iohn Durbin, Iim Emmeri, George SECOND ROW: Richard Butts, Raymond Bell, Keith Armstrong, Paul Sapp, Ronald Shackle, Ioseph Hcrrlett, Bobby McConnell, Charles Colopy, David Colopy. Ianis Resnis. Conard THIRD ROW: lim Hashman, Iim Weber, Philip Crumbaker, George Devore, Dean Nichols, baugh. Lyle Lyons, Eugene Mowery, Joe Piar. Larry Riley Myer. Dale Devore Treen. Iohn Lauder FOURTH ROW: Dick Stumbauqh, lack Holland, Iim Colopy. Bob Beck, Iay Morris, Tom Severns, Carl Workman, Lanny Parrish, Charles Miller. FIFTH ROW: lim Loney, Don Shackle, Merle Hall, Cameron Drake, Larry Shrimplin, Eugene Woods, Ioe Weber. Don Laughrey. Tom Gardner. Conard Nyhart, Lee McConnell, Charles Fox, Paul O'Donnel1, Warren Myers. SIXTH ROW: Raymond Vess, Paul Schaub, Dick Gardner, Mr. Nugent, Mr. O'Brien, Harold Frank. Larry Grassbaugh, Carl Blubaugh, David Liier. Boys' Intramural Sports Six boys chose teams for Intramural Sports this year. The boys who chose were Charles Miller, Charles Fox, Don Laughrey, Earl Mickley, Tom Gardner, and Harold Frank. The boys were under the supervision of Mr. O'Brien. They played each Monday and Wednesday at noon. Eugene Woods Page Sixty The Clarion '54 l-1OTTOM.ROW. L. to H.: Ioella Miller, Alice Meehan. Marjorie Mann, Ianice Akins, Betty Doyle, Sheila Durbin, lane Zimmerman, Mary Sue Iameson, Delores Durbin, Ioanne Smith, Linda Smail, Peggy Ridgeway. SECOND ROW: Rosalie Schaub, Ianet Zollars. Erma Elksnis, Patty Farmer, Mary Io Emmert, Ruthetta Toy, Marcella Yearous, Sylvia Cagwin, Mary Tracy, Elizabeth Jameson, Inez Iarvis, Mary Ann Everhari, Carol Spearman. Martha Mickley. THIRD HOW: Helen Fesler, Shirley Rice, Ida Lorenzon. Alma Butler, Iuanita Crane, Mary Schaub, Patty White, Betty Loney, Nancy Durbin, Dalene Workman, Ruth Shultz. FOURTH HOW: Janette Handles, Mar S h 1 y c oes. Ioyce Mizer, Diana Cornell, Nola Smail, Miriam Payne Bonnie I 1' ' ' ' ' ' Banbury. FIFTH ROW: Doris Nyhart, Rita Elksnis, Rita Greer, Kathleen Finan, Faun Hains, Dorothy Schisler, Kay Mizer, Betty Durbin, Ann Blanchard, Marilyn Shaffer. Eva Banbury. SIXTH ROW: luanita Tuberville, Mary Piar, Emma Burgett, Karol Sloan, Sara Conkle. Marilyn Bauqher, Iane Harlett. Mr. O'Brien. Mr. Nugent, Carole Rhodes, Kay White, Girls' Intramural Sports The girls' intramural basketball was under the supervision of Mr. There were six girls who chose teams. They were Iean Schisler, Helen Durbin, Faun Hains, Dorothy Lybarger, and Nancy Durbin. They played each Tuesday and Thursday at noon. Eugene taiano, Fern Hains, Sue Mills. Norma McMillan, Helen Durbin, Mary Io Italiano. Ioanne Lybarger, lean Joyce Mickley. Norrita Colopy. O'Brien. Nola Smail, Woods Page Sixty-one The Clarion '54 X SITTING: Dean Nichols, Conard Nyhcxrt. Charles Fox, Earl Mickley, Tom Gardner. SECOND ROW: Tom Severns, lim Emmert, Don Shackle. Track Team Notes The track team had a very successful season in 19,535 while winning the county championship, they also took fourth place in the Sparta Relays. The team also did fairly well at the district meet. The members of the 1953 team were Iohnny Colopy, Bob Cline, Harmon White, Walter Rice, Tom Severns, David McConnell, Tommy Colopy, lim Emmert, Earl Mickley, Tom Gardner, Floyd Mickley, Charles Fox, and Conard Nyhart. The coaching was done by Mr. Kaylor. Charles Fox Page Sixty-two The Clarion '54 SITTING: Iim Loney, Don Shackle, Charles Fox, Charles Miller. Don Laughrey, Tom Gardner. Charles Colopy, Larry Shrimplin. SECOND ROW: Dick Gardner. Earl Mickley. Larry Greer, Coach Cooper, Harold Frank, Conard Nyharl. Baseball Notes The Danville Blue Devils, under the direction of Coach Donald Cooper, had an excellent season by winning six out of seven starts. This gave them the Knox County Championship. The Blue Devils went to Columbus for the District Tournament, where they met their match in Hebron, and came out the underdogs by a score of 6-4. Danville ll - Gambier 8 Danville ll - Gambier 8 Danville 6-Loudonville 5 Danville 7---Gambier 4 KNOX COUNTY TOURNAMENT Danville 7 - Centerburg 5 Danville ll - Howard 5 Danville 5 - Gambier 2 DISTRICT TOURNAMENT Danville 4-Hebron 6 Don Laughrey Charles Miller Page Sixty-three The Clarion '54 School Calendar SEPTEMBER 8. Back to good old D. H. S. 15. I can't believe it! The boys like squirrel hunting better than school. 16. Shell out your nickels for the first movie, "Buzzin' Cousins." 17. After sponsoring a supper, the band joined with Russ Young's orchestra and gave a concert. We opened football season in grand style. Danville 21 - Mount Vernon Reserves 6. 20. First appearance of the bookmobile. 29. Lyceum number, "Scotch Duo." OCTOBER 2. Yea Team! Danville 19 - West Lafayette 6. 9. Still winning, beat Roscoe 53 to 0. 13. Mr. Beach told us about railroad safety. Bookmobile comes again. 14. Saw the show "Five Little Peppers in Trouble." 16. Lost to a good Bellville team 25-6. 23. Back to victory. Danville 25 - Butler 6. We were entertained by "Valen- tine's Pets. 29. We trimmed Granville 18-0. 30. No school! All day teachers meeting. 31. Halloween-witches and all. P.T.A. and Lions' Club Halloween Party. NOVEMBER 3. Did you vote? Election day and Bookmobile day. 5. Group Clarion pictures taken. Strangely no cameras were broken. 6. Hurray! - upset Centerburg 26-20. 9. "Coleman Puppets" was an interesting Lyceum number. 13. Our homecoming game was a heartbreaker, Danville 6 - Fredericktown 7. 18. Laugh, I thought I'd die! Abbot and Costello in "Ride 'em Cowboy." 24. Get your overdue books back to the bookmobile. 26. Was that turkey good! But don't forget the real meaning of Thanksgiving. DECEMBER 4. First basketball game wasn't so good. Danville 41 - Gambier 48. 8. Our first victory. Beat Bladensburg 52-36. 9. A football banquet honored the football team. ll. Another win, Danville 65 - Amity 37. 15. The magic words are Safety First: we found out today. To complete the day we won a thriller from Utica 51-50. 16. Get out your nickles for the show "Black Arrow." 18. Oh-Oh. Fredericktown 62 - Danville 57. 23. The Lions' Club and PTA's Christmas program. 24. Out early for last minute shopping. 25. Merry Christmas! Page Sixty-four The Clarion '54 wC7U'lnh0-' I-4.-' ll-ll1l cnge cameo 19 22 26. 29 2 5. 19 26 27 l 2. 3 ll 15 8 19 29 6. 23 26 9. 12 6 17 IANUARY Happy New Year! Back to studies again. Another defeat. Danville 49 - Howard 52. Look at the birdie - more Clarion pictures taken. A set-back at the hands of New Holland 45-65. We still can't seem to win. Olentangy 61, Danville 32. Too bad. Danville 55 - Centerburg 66. Saw a rootin-tootin western, "Desperadoes." Raised 590.00 at a polio benefit ame. Hope you studied - semester exams. Broke a losing streak. Danville 58 - Bladensburg 48. The bookmobile paid us a visit today. Yea, we beat Amity 68-48. Only a half day of school because of teachers' meeting. Defeat again! Danville 50, St. Vincent 57. Well, what do you know! Danville beat Howard 54-50. FEBRUARY Lost to Fredericktown again, this time 59-47. Groan, we almost won. Danville 59 - Centerburg 62. Bookmobile. Still without victory. Danville 48 - Loudonville 61. Dig those crazy kids! Oh, Honor Society initiation. We all enjoyed a Lyceum number about Alaska. Beat Amity in the first round oi the county tournament 64-36. Lost in the semi-finals to Fredericktown 52-44. Well, basketball season is over for another year as Centerburg beat us 58-63. MARCH A In likealion! Too much snow for school. Yea! Still no school. Because of snow we were dismissed for the rest of the week after about an hour of school. The Shakespearean play "Romeo and Iuliet" was presented. How do you like "The Dourives"? APRIL Iunior Class Play "A Lucky Penny." "Covered Wagon Trio." The day we've been waiting for .. ......., Iunior-Senior Banquet. MAY Senior Class Play. Baccalaureate. The day we've spent twelve years getting ready for - Commencement. Lee McConnell Page Sixty-five The Clarion '54 SENIOR CLASS PROPHECY CContinued from page 24D class member has obtained a higher degree of teaching. This is Doctor David Lifer, who is the professor of science at Yale. Doctor Lifer is now taking time from class to tell his students about the good ol' days at D. H. S.: and Coach Tom Gardner has just been notified that his "Buckeye" football team has been voted the "All American Team of the Year." This is the highest honor a team, as a whole, can receive. One of the leading citizens of the community is Lee McConnell. Lee, like his father, is a leader in his field of work, soil conservation. Conard Treen, said to be one of the most brilliant men of today, has just received notice that his new revised encyclopedia has been published. Now we see a good friend of ours, I-'aun Hains. Faun has chosen a different type of teaching. It seems as if she grew tired of waiting, and decided to do missionary work. She is now in Korea doing her chosen work and trying to find the boy she sent there. We hope she succeeds in finding him. As we see it, there is one person who found who she was looking for. That person is Ruth Shultz. Ruth became Mrs. Eugene Woods after saying she would, and is now growing lots of little Woodses. Harold Frank, also married, is now telling his eleven sons why he wishes he had stayed a bachelor. What a thing to tell eleven boys! Last is Charles Fox. We haven't decided yet what occupation Charles has chosen, but we don't think he is as successful as the rest of the class because we see him walking the railroad tracks in his bare feet and with a sack over his back. We wonder what his life occupation is. The test is ended and our machine is pronounced perfect. The picture fades away and two more scientists have been FOOTBALL born. Sara Conkle Ioyce Mickley - NOTES CContinued from page 52D The Blue Devils came from behind to trip up previously unbeaten Center- burg 26-20. The Trojans won six straight games after tying in their opener until they were host to Danville. Nyhart, Colopy, Mickley, and Fox all made TDs with Miller and Nyhart adding an extra point apiece. et a fired-up bunch of Freddies who defeated us 7-6 with Fox scoring Danville's only TD. In our final homecoming game, We m Left End ...,,,..,,..,ccc,,,.cc,. Harold Frank Right Tackle ,...,.......,... Charles Miller Left Tackle ,,,,,, , ,.,,c Lee McConnell Right End ....,......,.....,c...,. Earl Mickley Left Guard N ...,,c ccc,.., P aul O'Donnel1 Quarterback .....,cc,,...cc., Don Laughrey Center .,,.,...,...,,, ,..,c. T om Gardner Left Half .......... Charles Colopy Right Guard ,c..,cc.c..,,cc,..cc Paul Schaub Right Half .................... Conard Nyhart Pullback ..,......................... Charles Fox Danville 21 ,V ,,..-,c Mount Vernon 6 Danville 25 ...... ...,.,... B utler 6 Danville 19 ,,ccc.,,,, West Lafayette 6 Danville 18 .,..... ........,. G ranville 0 Danville 53 -a.ll.,v,l,l,.,ll,l,,,,a Roscoe 0 Danville 26 .......... , c...,.. Centerburg 20 Danville 6 l..,.,cl...,,c,..,,,cc Bellville 25 Danville 6 ....c....... Fredericktown 7 "We wish the team of '54 the best of Page Sixty-six luck." Don Laughrey Charles Miller Tom Gardner The Clarion '54 . V V flffulallll Qi-ml' lullld-l 11HlQ-I I-1 lllwgful L-1'i---H-,rl-:Ui I 1 if iff i f,fv iv f ,' ' G KAN gf' Ammmnm W1 The Clarion '54 Alumni in the Service Charles Durbin '51, is serving with the U. S. Army and is stationed in Oregon. Wayne Frank, '51, is serving with the U. S. Navy and is stationed in California. Blaine Workman '51, is serving with the U. S. Navy and is stationed in Hawaii. Charles Schaub '52, is serving with the U. S. Navy and is stationed in Korea. Eldon Antill '52, is serving with the U. S. Navy and is stationed in California. Cpl. Sgt. Pic. Lawrence Colopy '49, is serving with the U. S. Air Force and is stationed in Indiana. Iames Mullet, 48, is serving with the U. S. Army and is stationed in New York. Iames Hains '50, is serving with the U. S. Army and is stationed in Germany. Af3c Glen Hauger '51, is serving with the U. S. Air Force and is stationed in Greenland. Pic. Pic. Pvt. Pvt. Pvt. Pic. Pvt Pic Pvt. Cpl. Clyde Myers ' Harmon White '53. Ioseph Proper Sa. ' Pvt. Pic. William Dye '53, is John Colopy '53, is Leonard Bell '53, is Page Sixty-eight Vernon Martin '49, is serving with the U. S. Air Force and is stationed in Germany. Lloyd Root '50, is serving with the U. S. Army and is stationed in California. Iames C. Randles '52, is serving with the U. S. Army and is stationed in Alaska. Herman Mann '52, is serving with the U. S. Army and is stationed in Korea. Elmer Chapman '50, is serving with the U. S. Army and is stationed in Alaska. Emmet Root '50, is serving with the U. S. Army and is stationed in Georgia. Ralph Phillips '52, is serving with the U. S. Air Force and is stationed in Illinois. Zane Wilson '51, is serving with the U. S. Air Force and is stationed in Germany. Robert Durbin '50, is serving with the U. S. Air Force and is stationed in Newfoundland 50, is serving with the U. S. Air Force and is stationed in Iapan. is serving with the U. S. Navy and is stationed in Maryland. 53, is serving with the U. S. Navy and is stationed in Maryland. Carroll Shultz '51, is serving with the U. S. Army and is stationed in Kentucky. Glenn Colopy '49, is serving with the U. S. Air Force and is stationed in Mississippi. serving with the U. S. Army. serving with the U. S. Army. serving with the U. S. Army. 1 4' ' nt, tiff: 511 uxrrynrwf ',,v,,iNmr,'w 'ntl 31+ 4 ' ..- w I !,f,.n ti ,S '."" ,GF r 5' 3' " "N S. 'Q inf f I 1 The Clarion '54 Alumni Notes The following have entered on the sea of matrimony in the past year. Dorothy Mickley '50 and Larry Colopy '49, Doris Young '50 and Lawrence Payne '48. Donna Workman '50 and Neil Staats '48 Bob Lybarger '52 and Iolene Mazza. Gary Didinger '51 and Carol Dawson. Iim Elliot '42, and Helen Leslie '46, Iames S. Cline '51 and Nina Brumbaugh. Don Piar and Caroline Sapp '49, Kenneth Armstrong '52 and Ruth Edminister. William Miller '52 and Bonnie Hartman '52. Russ Miller and Naomi Summers '52. Russ Smith and Nedra Payne '52. Roger Brockway and Betty Switzer '52. Delmar Frank '43 and Ruth Sheppard. Iim Mullet '48 and Iosephine Hart. Arthur Pritchard '51 and Carol Proper. Dick Colopy and Twila Ferenbaugh '51. loseph Paazig and Goldie Chapman '53, lim Sweet and Evelyn Morris '53. Leonard lay Bell '53 and Juanita McCoy. Dwight Ryan and Ianetta Hains '53, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bixler C Elva Shultz '47j Daughter Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. Mr. Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. BABIES lack Blue Closephine Lybarger 'SOD Daughter lim Cline CHazel Steiner 'SD Daughter Irvin Grassbaugh "33 CEloise Blubaugh '35j Sons Don Samples C Margie Colopy '46j Daughter Iohn Mickley '35, Daughter and Mrs. Wayne Stumbaugh '48, Daughter Troy Wilson '49 CMargretta Famer '50j Son Ronald Kaylor '37, Son George B. Connell CRuth Arweller '50j Daughter Edward Mickley, Ir. '38, Son Daniel Sheasby '48, Son William Sheasby '36, Son Otto Fesler '28 CMaurine Shultz '28j Son Alois Chadil C Margaret Smith 'SID Son Paul Ioseph Blubaugh '41, Daughter and Mrs. Edward Blubaugh '32, Son Donald Butts '42, Daughter Iohn Colopy '38, Daughter Russell Nyhart '33 CMarjorie Dennis '39J Daughter Bill Butler C Martha Calkins '51j Daughter Arthur Durbin '31 C Mae Lyons '34J Son Fern Hains Karol Sloan Page Sixty-nine The Clarion '54 CLASS OF ALUMNI 1890 Emma Weimer-Temple-Danville, Ohio Carry Logsdon-Deceased CLASS OF 1893 Clement Loqsdon-Deceased CLASS OF 1894 Lou Tressel-Teacher-Verna. Colorado CLASS OF 1895 Bertha Weimer-Deceased W. B. Robeson-Toledo. Ohio Lillie Walton-Swinehart-Columbus. Ohio CLASS OF Harmon Neer-Deceased 1896 Byron Black-Barber-337 Springiield St.. Mansiield. Ohio Myrtle Kirkpatrick-ParrishfDanville, Ohio Virgie White-Wander-Danville, Ohio Ruby Church-Shaw-Columbus. Ohio CLASS OF 1897 rles B Wo kman alesmanellavenna. Ohio Cha . r -S Dela Black-Kerr-Deceased CLASS OF Orlin Workman-Deceased 1898 Guernsey Workman-Danville, Ohio Fred Bartlett-R. R. Conductor-Columbus. Ohio Cory O. BeumfDeceased Nettie Banbury-Shults-Danville, Ohio Vinnie Lybarqer-Rice-Danville, Ohio Dale Bradlield-Deceased lvy Swigart-Shults-Columbus. Ohio CLASS OF 1899 lda Black-Riggs-Cleveland. Ohio Harvey l-Iarnmond-Deceased Ellsworth I-less-Deceased Genie Van Horn-Laport-Akron, Ohio Boy G. Hunter-Deceased Walter S. Millers-Columbus, Ohio Bernard Palmer-Deceased Willie Purcell-Carpenter-Akron, Ohio Perry Workman-Deceased Robert Workman-210 Ira Ave.. Akron. Ohio CLASS OF Quincy Black-Deceased 1900 Luella Ferenhaugh-Colqin-Deceased Edith Mackey-Workman-Deceased Bessie N azor-Robeson-Deceased Maud Smith-Nixon--Mansfield. Ohio Arthur Snow-Deceased Fred Weirick-Deceased H. E. Whitney-Farmer-Danville. Ohio CLASS OF 1901 Maud Baker-Wander-37 E. Oakland Ave.. Columbus, Ohio Agnes Beum-Bonnett-Deceased Walter C. Burris-Deceased Ploy Mead-Deceased Howard S. Workman-Deceased CLASS OF 1902 Pearl Burris-Lybarqer-Deceased Pearl Hess-Shults-Deceased Beulah Shatter-Gaines-l13V2 Hamtramck St.. Mount Vernon. Ohio Verna Shaw-Cochran-Walhonding. Ohio Lucy Shrimplin-Geitgey-Glen St., Mary, Florida R. Homer Slutz-Dayton. Ohio Philip L. Wilkins-Deceased CLASS OF 1903 Mary Durbin-Arnold-Deceased Belle I-lumbert-Hom-Howard. Ohio Lottie Newton-Loney-Howard. Ohio P. R. Snow-Postal Clerk-Cleveland, Ohio Chester Workman-Farmer-Danville, Ohio Page Seventy Clara Workman-Hunteri3ll2 Woodbury Rd.. Shaker Heights, Ohio Eva algorkman-Michel-2917 Crescent Dr.. Columbus. io CLASS OF 1904 Pearl Black-Danville, Ohio Stella Blubauqh-Snow-Deceased Nelson Burris-Deceased Bun Lybarger-Danville. Ohio Beulah MCI-'arland-Biggs-Deceased Clittord Shaw-Deceased Sylvia Shaw-Reynolds-Deceased Dana Snow-Deceased Mary Yearly-White-Deceased CLASS OF 1905 Iames Bartlett-Arizona Iohn Biggs-Deceased Iay Cullison-Deceased Frankie Drouhard-Columbus, Ohio Grace Hess-Iennings-Deceased Elizabeth Ietterson-Tarr-Chicago. Illinois O. Lbllsaylorwliteal Estate - S53 Market St., Akron. io Anna Neldon-Workman-Danville. Ohio Helen Mc!-'arland-Lund-Akron. Ohio CLASS OF 1906 Edith Greer-Gilmore-Deceased Kent Shatter-5226 Wilkins Ave., Pittsburgh. Pennsylvania Flay Spearman-Greer-vDeceased Ona Wander-Hess-Highland Court, Alliance. Ohio Harley M. Workman-Deceased CLASS OF 1907 Clarence Black-Teacher-Washington University, Chesterton, Maryland Audrey E. Hess-Deceased Archie Hunter-Marseilles, Illinois Donna Hunter-Deceased Lois Hunter-McMillan-Urbana. Ohio Elizabeth Neiderhouser-Danville. Ohio Mary Rice-Gardner-972 East Florida Ave.. Kenmore, Ohio Donna Russell-Snow-Cleveland, Ohio C. B. Sentt-Deceased Nellie Stull-Tucker-Belletontaine. Ohio Harry Ventling-Deceased Grover D. Wander-Farmer, Ashland. Ohio Harley I. Workman-Deceased CLASS OF 1908 Selora Arnold-Colopy-Danville, Ohio Herbert C. Baker-Farmer-Danville. Ohio Blanche Durbin-Raleigh-Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio Iessie McKee-Teacher-2990 East Overlook Rd.. Cleveland. Ohio Chester E. McMillan-Farmer-Danville, Ohio Carrie Parrish-Sperry-Route 2, Mount Vernon, Ohio Iva Workman-Hunter-Marseilles, Illinois CLASS OF 1909 Ethel Arnold-Miller-Detroit, Michigan Elizabeth Dauqhtery-Watson,-Wooster. Ohio Alice Durbin-Deceased Pauline Durbin'-Swingl'oLValley City. Ohio Ruth Jefferson.-Runk4323 College Ave., Newark, Delaware" Nona Greer-Newell-2563 La Rose, Memphis, Tenn. May Mickley-Colopy-Canal Fulton. Ohio Bertha Sapp-Gilmore-Cleveland, Ohio Ichn Rice-Truck Driver-Danville, Ohio CLASS OF 1910 Letha Burris-Borden-Columbus. Ohio Frank Greer-Dentist-Loudonville. Ohio Garrett Greer-Deceased Ona Hess-Hobbs-Kenmore. Ohio Elmer Wander-Cashier-Danville, Ohio The Clarion '54 CLASS OF 1911 Florence Beatty'-New York, New York Ralph Church-New Milford. Ohio Iohn Durbin-Deceased Elm Faucett-Miller Rubber Co.. Akron. Ohio ellie Gott?ey-Workman-Danville. Ohio Sylvia Lep ey-Simmons-Danville, Ohio Louise Payne-Levering-Mount Vernon, Ohio Duane Senit-Principal-High School-Danville. Ohio Marie Welker-Carhart-Millwood. Ohio CLASS OF 1912 John Bartlett-Akron. Ohio Cleggett Baker Donovan Church-Los Angeles. California Chalmers Cullison-Defiance. Ohio Mabel Cullieon-Purdy-Mount Vernon. Ohio Hazel Dewitt-Wrl ht-Fredericktown. Ohio C Bd ds-8 '11 . Oh' ora war reenvi e io Bernadette Durbin-Teacher-Danville, Ohio Clyde Ferenbaugh-Cleveland. Ohio Evelyn Perenbaugh-Ed ar-Danville, Ohio Grace Geitgey-Lucky-Leceased Beeegml-lagans-Borden-126 California St.. Columbus. o Frank Lelaley-Howard. Ohio Mildred aple-Millereburg, Ohio Vivian Rose-Shaw-Teacher-Danville. Ohio Ollie Rueeell-Baker-Deceased lay Scholeev-Danville. Ohio Homer Shaffer-Mansfield. Ohio Alpha Shook-Cleveland. Ohio Owen Shuman-Teacher-Lakewood. Ohio Antonette Smithhieler--ludge-Massillon Marie 'l'reuel-Hoagland-Deceased Elizabeth Rice-Loney-Danville. Ohio CLASS OF 1913 lohn Horn-Lumber Dealer-Hamilton. Ohio Earl Pritchard-Danville. Ohio Fax: Mot:-Southwick-Deceased l A ur McMillan-Insurance Dealer-Danville. Ohio Alta Rice-Blend--Canton, Ohio Vesta Rice-Burroughs-Deceased Philip Richert-Akron. Ohio Howard Sevitte-Bookkeeper-Columbus. Ohio Clarence Shaw--Deceased G Sh -D d race uman ecease Antonette Smithhieler-Iudge-Massillon Edna Stout-Koppert-Ielloway. Ohio CLASS OF 1914 Roy Arweller-Farmer-Danville. Ohio Donald Baugher-Teacher-Bellfontaine. Ohio Bernard Durbin-Smut. ot Schools-New Riegel, Ohio Lgtin Durbin-Roc ord. Illinois nna Emericl:-Colopy-Danville. Ohio Marie Fawcett-Humbert-Canton. Ohio lame: Lepley-Cincinnati. Ohio lamee Locizdon-Columbus, Ohio Ralph M illan-Deceased Edward Mickley-Farmer-Danville, Ohio l-ierehel Pinklgy-Ielloway. Ohio Iohn Proeer- armor-Danville. Ohio Ala Rem ngton-Deceased Mark Sherman-Deceased Ada S earman-Scholee-Danville. Ohio Marie glloll-Simmons-Danville. Ohio Mary Workman-Hoagland-Danville. Ohio - Dale Workman-Farmer-Predericktown. Ohio CLASS OF 1915 Ruth Arnholt-Howenstein-Loudonville. Ohio Eva Bailey-Mount Vernon, Ohio Lucille Church-Columbus. Ohio Clarence Dewitt-Akron. Ohio Aloyeius Durbin-Mount Vernon. Ohio lna Gamertslelder-Married-Missionary-Iapan Hilda Gardner-Mlckley-Danville. Ohio Zora Greer-Daily--Danville. Ohio Floyd Hauger- igh School Teacher-Bryan. Ohio Naomi Hunter-Horn-Wooster, Ohio Bemlce Kaylor-Bittner-Danville. Ohio Calvin Lafever-Deceased I Frank Leonard-Detroit. Michigan Ruby Maple-Married-Washington Byron Mot:-Cleveland. Ohio Edwin Penorwood-Deceased Walter Sapp-Engineer-Mount Vernon. Ohio Bemice Shuman-Clark-Danville. Ohio Walter Smeeth-Deceased Rhea Smith-Durbin-125 N. 7th St.. Kenmore. Ohio Darius Strouse-Newcomerstown, Ohio Verna Staats-McMillan-Danville. Ohio Benjamin Wander-Columbus. Ohio Grace Welsh-Heiieliinger-Mount Vernon. Ohio Dema Wheaton-Arthur-Columbus, Ohio Elizabeth Whitney-Gorsuch-Gambier. Ohio CLASS OF 1916 Velma Arweller-Paton-Akron. Ohio Emerson Barnes-Granville. Ohio Lowell Beattg-New York, New York Beatrice Dur in-Belt-Columbus. Ohio Constance Durbin-Halsema-Columbus. Ohio Ina Gaumer-Horn-Mount Vernon. Ohio Iulia Geog-Cooper-Walhonding. Ohio Iennie Hi bets-Condon-Columbus. Ohio Hazel Hcigans-Oliver-Columbus, Ohio Richard unter-Engineer-Memphis. Tennessee Edwin Kailor-Columbus. Ohio Mary Kec -Scholes-Danville. Ohio Ethe Lower-Conroy-Deceased Richard Means-Salesman-Kenmore. Ohio Sadie Miller-Thompson-Danville, Ohio Grace Neiderhouser-Busenburg-Danville. Ohio Elizabeth Reed-Tucker-Danville. Ohio Zelma Reed-Frazer-Deceased William Sapp-Gambier. Ohio Lola Sherman-Burns-Bloomington. Indiana Martha Smithhialer-Stenogra her-Cincinnati. Ohio Clifford Strouse-Glenmont. Ohio Quincy Workman-Georgia CLASS OF 1917 Talmarldige Banbury-Chiropractor-Mount Vernon, o Iames Barnes-Teacher-Canton. Ohio Hilari Blubaugh-Deceased Ray ross-Farmer-Danville. Ohio Cieora Christopher-1-'uller-Chicago, Illinois Albert Coleman-Flxible Co.-Danville. Ohio Stephen Colom-Municipal Judge-Akron, Ohio Rosa Durbin- 1:D6C9GB9d Burdetta Gaines- ney-Mount Vernon. Ohio Carl Gardner-Farmer-Howard. Ohio Vizgila Gardner-Arnold-Howard, Ohio Harold Iones-Lt. Col.. U. S. Army Josephine Lepley-Teacher-Columbus. Ohio Ava Liier-Gaines-Howard. Ohio Iva Petr!-Deceased Walter eynolds-Garage-Wooster. Ohio Royal Robeson-Dentist-Canton, Ohio Pearl Ross-Teacher-Butler, Ohio Earl Sapp-Deceased Russell Sells-West Willard Shultz-4484 Euclid Ave., Euclid. Ohio Lucy Stillinger-Deceased Mae Warrenslord-Keifer-Covina. California Gladys WhitneHLeMay-Danville. Ohio Rosa ie Wolf- iami, Florida Homer Workman--Deceased Savilla Workman-Richert-Danville. Ohio CLASS OF 1918 Herbert Barnes-Mount Vernon. Ohio George Blubaugh-Deceased Dona d Church-Akron, Ohio Walter Devore-Mansfield. Ohio Donaltus Durbin-Ravenna, Ohio Edna Emerick-Hall-Orrville, Ohio Cletus Farmer-Cleveland, Ohio Harley Gaines-Farmer-Howard. Ohio Bessie Greer-Steiner-Greer, Ohio Ina Hagans-McGrigens-Cleveland. Ohio Rosa Hauger-Stringgellow-Mansfield. Ohio Charle Henley- lumbus, Ohio Henry Henley-Lawyer-Barberton, Ohio Roscoe Leonard-Detroit. Michigan Gaillard Parrish-Produce Dealer-Danville. Ohio Leota Sapg-Simmons-Lima. Ohio Bernard S aiier-Auto Dealer-Danville. Ohio Elizabeth Smeethe-Reese-Howard. Ohio Ioseph Srnithhisler-Farmer-Danville Gailen Strouse-Deceased Mae Warnsford-Keiier-Akron, Ohio Helen Welker-Ross-Monticello, Indiana Virgil WhitneyhDentist-Bellfontaine, Ohio . Pearl Workman-Conkle-Deceased Page Seventy-one The Clarion '54 CLASS OF 1919 Clarence Awwiller-Farmer-Fredericktown, Ohio Dwight Banbury-Mail Carrier-Danville. Ohio Mary Durbin-Sister Mary Iustin-Detroit. Michigan Hazel Farmer-Secretary Ozro Kaylor4Milling Business-Danville, Ohio Bernadette Lower-Wakely-San Antonio, Texas Harold Motz-Teacher-Massillon, Ohio Ruth Nyhart-Hinqer-Columbus, Ohio Martha Parsons-Russell-Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Verna Purdy-Wendall-San Diego, Calitorn a Angella Smithhisler-Sister Frances-Massillon, Ohio Mary Stillinger-Crosley-Deceased Albert Wheaton-Newark, Ohio CLASS OF 1920 Anna Colcepy-Gardner-Akron, Ohio Helen A. olopy-Deceased Maud Conkle-SnyderFGarretsville, Ohio Clyde Delong-Center Village, Ohio Gertrude Durbin-Gardner-Howard, Ohio Cletus Gardner-Brinkhaven. Ohio Chelnissa Greer-Rice-Barberton, Ohio Nellie Lauderbaugh-Allen-Glen Iean. West Vixg nio Allred Logsdon-Danville, Ohio Esther Logsdon-Stimmel-Texas Nellie Magers-Deceased Susan Miller-Newton-Deceased Naomi Rice-Haskins,-TeacherAAsh1and, Ohio Annabelle Scholes-Banbury-Danville, Ohio Harley Simmons-Lima, Ohio Faye Slate-Body-Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio Forest Staats-Shultz-Danville, Ohio Ronald Wander-Civil Engineer-Columbus. Ohio Thomas Whitney-Millwood, Ohio Sarah Workman-Deardori-Toledo. Ohio CLASS OF 1921 Bemard Alexander-Danville, Ohio Eva Bailey-France-Canton, Ohio Gladys Baker-Shaw-Ashland, Ohio Harry Dailey-227 Hedges St., Mansiield, Ohio Elizabeth Blubaugh-Deceased Neva Cochran-BergeriColumbus, Ohio Lucy Ferenbaugh-Payne-Wooster, Ohio Anna W. Gardner-Walters-Cleveland, Ohio Ross Hoovler-Mount Vernon, Ohio Eva Kaylor-Purdy-Howard, Ohio Dwight Liter-Turkeg Farm-Danville, Ohio Maurice McMillan- olumbus, Ohio Ensil McNabb-Teacher-Mansfield, Ohio Ralph Mickley-Farmer-Danville, Ohio Ensil Mills-Danville, Ohio Plumo Mills-Steward-Deceased Martha Parrish-Iones-Coshocton, Ohio Irene Reed-Cutnaw Edith Reed-Alexander--New Castle, Ohio Rodney Rice-Deceased Geneva Robeson-Parker-Danville, Ohio Clinton Shaw,-Ashland, Ohio Herman Shultz-Farmer-Danville, Ohio Luke Smithhisler-Mechanic-Loudonville, Ohio Iennie Stillinger-Nurse-Canton. Ohio Marilla Welker-MickleyiDanville, Ohio Susan Whitney-Danville, Ohio Clio M. Woolridge-Scott-Howard, Ohio CLASS OF 1922 Ada M. Banbury4Deceased Ralph Carver-Salesman!Bucyrus, Ohio Mary L. Greer-Elliot-Danville, Ohio John Hammond-Teacher-California Florence Harding-Liter-Danville, Ohio Ellis Hauger-Mount Vernon, Ohio Floyd Hess-Mount Vernon, Ohio Robert Humbert-Mount Vernon, Ohio Charles Iones-Columbus, Ohio Clara Lepley-Centerburg, Ohio Troynette Lower-McDonald-Akron, Ohio Leona Neiderhouser-Shatter-Danville, Ohio Coreta Rice-Dailey-227 Hedges St., Mansfield, Ohio Bernard Richert-Mansfield, Ohio Harold Richard-119 Harvard Ave.. Mansfield, Ohio Kenneth Ross-Insurance-Chillicothe, Ohio Frances Sapp-Durbin-Akron, Ohio Harold Shackle-Canton, Ohio Harvey Shumaker-Danville, Ohio Ferne Wander-Kendle-Columbus, Ohio Cliftord Stillinger-Houston. Texas Raymond Stull-Ashland, Ohio Thelma Younq-Lauderbaugh-Danville, Ohio Page Seventy-two CLASS OF 1923 Robert Allen-Amity, Ohio Ramona fanbury-Reber-South Bend, Indiana Ruth Bec -Church-New Philadelphia, Ohio Lula Cochran-Nurse-Pompano Beach, Florida Nellie DeLong-Bebout-TeacherfBladensburg. Ohio Ralph Doolittle-Deceased Walter Dunn-Mount Vernon, Ohio Christopher Durbin-Danville, Ohio Eugene Durbin'-Akron, Ohio Eustacius Durbin-Attorney-Columbus, Ohio Ignatus Durbin-Rockford, Illinois Bernard Farmer-Drattsman-Fairport Harbor. Ohio Albert Fenderick-Teacher-Ashland, Ohio Mabel Greer-Ricef327 Samaritan Ave . Ashla"d, Chio Clara Hammond-Mickley-Louisville. Ohio Frank Hawkins-Mount Vernon, Ohio Parland Humbert-Grocer-Howard, Ohio Lester Hyatt-Deceased Cora Lauderbaugh-Vanon-Stockton. West Virg'n'a Fenton Logsdon-Clerk-Danville, Ohio William Money-Brinkhaven, Ohio Dorothy Nyhart-Severns-Greer, Ohio Herman Piar-Farmer-Greer, Ohio Myron Purdy-Millwood, Ohio Triesa Rine-Engle-Teacher-Danville. Ohio Ernest Robeson4Sacramento, California Isabel Sapp-Columbus, Ohio Lawrence Sapp-Columbus, Ohio Louise Smithhisler-Bailey-Grundy Center, Iowa Walter Stephensonw-Columbus, Ohio Grover Strouse-Teacher-Amity, Ohio Orva Tisserand-Akron. Ohio Ioy Workman-Campbell-Wadsworth, Ohio Ronald Workman-Farmer-Danville, Ohio Paul Wright-Columbus, Ohio CLASS OF 1924 Mabel Bailey-Vogeal4Akron, Ohio Dorma Barker'-Howard, Ohio May Beck-Danville. Ohio Evelyn Church-Tracy-Danville, Ohio Dorothy Clawson-I-Ialeen, Ohio Ruth Clawson-Anewukale-Rayland, Ohio Coreta Darling-Spurgeon-Walhonding. Ohio Ferne Fendrick-Palmer-Millersburq, Ohio Francis Gardner-Akron, Ohio Donald Grassbaugh-Accountant-Detroit, Michigan Gilb rt Harmerebanville Ohi e , 0 Mathew Hawkins-Detroit, Michigan Iustin Henley-Columbus, Ohio Frances Kaylor'Humbert-Howard, Ohio Ramona KoppertgDeceased Robert Logsdon-Akron, Ohio Ross Magers-Farmer-Howard, Ohio Raymond Mickley--Louisville, Ohio Coralie Neiderhouser-Mitchart-Glenmont. Ohio Ross Nyhart-Deceased Lucille Reed-Doup-Martinsburg, Ohio Ephrirn Rice-Butler, Ohio Floyglfiice-Banker-327 Samaritan Ave, Ashland, 1.0 Iames Rice-WestinghousefManstield, Ohio Iackolgobeson-High School TeacherfMount Vernon. io Elizabeth Sapp-Nurse-New York Minard Scott-Minister-Palmyra, Ohio Glenna Shultz-Brennings-Mansfield, Ohio Carl Smith-Russelton, Pennsylvania Robert Stringtellow-Mount Vernon, Ohio Ina Stull-Knuckle-Cincinnati, Ohio Harry Welker-Columbus, Ohio Elsie Westrich-Columbus, Ohio Stanley Workman-Deceased Lloyd Young-WestinqhousefManstield, Ohio Thelma Young-Deceased ,F CLASS OF 1925 Clifford Allen-Mount Vernon, Ohio Carl Arnold-Clerical Work-Akron, Ohio Burl Awwiller-Putance Gas Co.-Weslace, Texas Cecil Beck-Greer, Ohio Martha Blubaugh-Columbus, Ohio Stella Bodg-Sapp--Columbus, Ohio Elizabeth ambell-Lone-Williams, Arizona Loren Cummings-Deceased Pius Durbin-Danville, Ohio Edward Fulmer-Mount Vernon, Ohio Mary Gaines-McGibney-Columbus, Ohio Mary Gardner-Durbin-Danville, Ohio Teresa Grassbaugh-Noser-Iohnsville, Ohio Arden Greer-Personnel Director-Painsville, Ohio The Clarion '54 Carl Hammond-Suu oi School-Howard, Ohio Cecil Hendershott- ncaster, Ohio Gladys Hendershott-Columbus, Ohio Theresa Hoberg-Stringfellow-Deceased Gordon Humber!-Princigal-Lima. Ohio Orpha Kagsr-Miley-As land, Ohio Elva Kirk- rtmm-138 Prospect St., Berea, Ohio Laura Lauderbaugh-Reiis-Toledo. Ohio Dean Pipes-Lou onvillo, Ohio Doris Rice-Danville. Ohio John W. Rice-Greer. Ohio Dorothg' Sag:-Blubaugh-Danville, Ohio Edna ag- ice-Greer, Ohio Howard holes-Truck Driver-Columbus. Kenneth Thatcher-Garageman-Warsaw, Ohio Winnie Wheaton-Winterrmger-Danville, Ohio Veroaicia Harlett-Stenographer-Mount Vernon, h o Bertha Wheaton-Lawrence-Mount Vemon, Ohio Mary Sevitts-Hartman-Danville, Ohio Helen White-Franke-Hartville, Ohio Ferne Workman-Danville, Ohio Glenn Workman-Mount Vemon, Ohio Lamotta Workman-Deceased Ohio CLASS OF 1926 Marie Arnold-Groot:-Akron, Ohio Barnetta Banbury-Finley-North Manchester, Indiana Monica Blubau h-Smith-Cleveland, Ohio Ralph Bluhaugg-Danville, Ohio Ral h Cornell-Real Estate-Centerburg. Ohio Wllrard Dail -Newark, Ohio Ines Durbin-Harlett-High School Teacher-Danville. Ohio Ralph Durbin-Akron. Ohio George Hammond-Columbus, Ohio Laverne Kirk-Milling Business-Millwood. Ohio Hervle Riley-Merchant-Danville, Ohio Donna Robeson-Lederer-Cleveland, Ohio Coletta Shultz-Durbin-Danville, Ohio Michael Smithhisler-Teacher-Danville, Ohio Ruth Stone-Teacher-Onrono. Ohio Dale Stull-Ashland, Ohio Helen Stull-Miller-Mount Vernon. Ohio Opal Wise-Givens-Mount Vernon. Ohio Doris Workman-Metcalf-Mount Vernon. Ohio Omra Workman-Ashland, Ohio CLASS OF 1927 Cretora Battin-White-Howard, Ohio John Body,-Bangs, Ohio Edna Coc ran-Smith-Iowa Wilford Colop -Farmer-Danville, Ohio Clara Durbin-fun st-Columbus. Ohio Richard Durbin-Danville. Ohio Severn Durbin-Bethesda, Maryland Zelma Durbin-Fry-Mount Vernon, Ohio LaVon Fowler Cliiiord Gardner-New York. New York Regina Grassbamgh-Deceased Bernice Harding- rmstrong-Danville. Ohio Margaret Harlett-Danville. Ohio Leota Hendershott-Case -Oil City, Pennsylvania Cl d H nl -Columg s. Oh' an e e of u ro Opal Kaiser- ardesty-Anderson. 'South Carolina Luke Mills-Danville. Ohio Clarence Mixer-Dairy Bar-Danville, Ohio Dorothy Purdy-Lynn-1905 E. lst St.. Long Beach Ca liornla Cletus Sapp-Columbus, Ohio Paul Sheperd-Deceased Wtnilred Shgserd-Hammond-Howard. Ohio Raymond S th -Stock Dealer-Danville, Ohio Allen White-Farmer-Danville, Ohio Bernard Workman-Teacher-Holmesville. Ohio Donald Workman-Architect-Detroit, Michigan Glen Workman-North Canton. Ohio Vida Warkman-Robeson-Teacher-Danville CLASS OF 1928 Paul Amold-Deceased Harold Bailey-State Garage-Gambier. Ohio Iohn Baker-Millwood. Ohio Clifford Banbury-Truck Driver-Danville, Ohio Werden Banbury-Loudonville. Ohio Florence Blubaugh-Finan-Danville, Ohio Kathrygx Black-Gehler-Buttalo, New York Louis lubaugh-Danville, Ohio Ruth Bluhaugh-Piechowslri-Canton, Ohio Ralph Body-Farmer-Danville, Ohio Otto Fesler-Danville, Ohio Ronald Gaines-Fur Dealer-Mount Vernon, Ohio Ethel Giflin-Butler-Mount Vernon, Ohio Bernice Hawk-Rice-Mansfield, Ohio Edith Harmer-Mount Vernon, Ohio Donald Hess-Rittrnan, Ohio Loma Hlyatt-Knox-Mount Vernon, Ohio Meryle aylor-Loudonville, Ohio Dale Lanning-Mansfield, Ohio Helen McElroy-Miller-Deceased Bernard McMillan-Howard, Ohio Eva Mizer-Body-Danville, Ohio Pauline Mowery-Ross-Mount Vernon. Ohio Ral h Mower -D vill Oh' p y an e, io Louise Parsons-Vernon-Gambier, Ohio Agatha Sapp-Secretari-Cleveland, Ohio Paul Simmons-Clerk- shland, Ohio Maurine Shultz-Pesler-Danville, Ohio Edward Sgysers-Farmer-Gambier. Ohio Ruby Wel -Bricker-Danville, Ohio Edward White-Farmer-Howard, Ohio Lucille Wimmer-Whitney-Millwood. Ohio Florence Workman-Teacher-Beach Cit , Ohio Kenneth Workman-Farmer-Danville, Oyhio CLASS OF 1929 Burdetta Body-Woods-Danville, Ohio Emmeretta Cology-Kirwin-Post Office-Danville, Ohio Hugh Colopyh- ron. Ohio Virgil Crow ers-Cleveland. Ohio Henry Durbin-Cincinnati, Ohio Lucy Durbin-Workman-Mount Vernon, Ohio Pau Edhgar-Undertaker-Danville, Ohio Robert lias-Illinois Iames Fesler-Consulting Engineer at B. 6. W., Barberton, Ohio Jerome Fesler-Mount Vernon, Ohio Thomas Gardner-Standard Oil Dist.-Danville, Ohio Burl Green-Mansfield, Ohio Blaine Greer-Farmer-Greer. Ohio Wilford Heaton-Cleveland, Ohio Virginia Henleg-Senit-Columbus, Ohio Vio et Logsdon- ayne-Danville, Ohio Dorothy eiderhouser-Odell-Mount Vernon, Ohio Marion Ranck-I-'ry-Danville, Ohio Iudson Rice-Farmer-Danville, Ohio Clarissa Sap?-Starr-Wooster, Ohio Helen Sapp- ur er-Akron. Ohio George Shultz-ielloway. Ohio Helen Stitzlein-Workman-Detroit, Michigan Olive Stull-Baker-Danville, Ohio Leone Switzer-Murdock-Islloway, Ohio Hazel Thatcher-Beck-Greer, Ohio Naomi Winterringer-Thatcher-Warsaw. Ohio Betty Workman-Edgar-Danville, Ohio Edwin Workman- eceased lra Workman-Farmer-Danville, Ohio CLASS OF 1930 Nanna Baker-Strouse-Millwood, Ohio Albert Banbury-Lumber Dealer-Danville, Ohio Harland Beck-Farmer-Danville. Ohio Marjorie Black-Stern-Cleveland, Ohio Augustine Blubauqh-Farmer-Danville, Ohio Harold Blubauci:-Cleveland, Ohio Anna Durbin- onroe, Michigan Edward Durbin-Gaithersburg, Maryland Leonard Durbin-Columbus, Ohio Paul Durbin-Danville, Ohio Cletus Gardner-Accountant-Akron, Ohio Gertrude Gardner-Colopy-Danville, Ohio Gertrude Gitfin-Sharp-Loudonville, Ohio Frances Grassbaugh-Hawk-Danville, Ohio Martha Grassbaugh-Secretary-Columbus. Ohio Bonnie Green-Greer-Danville, Ohio Dwight Greer-Farmer-Greer, Ohio Ralph Heaton-Greer. Ohio Pauline Hendershott-Gray-Danville, Ohio Willard Holt-Implement Dealer-Danville, Ohio Thelma Lower-Durbin-Danville, Ohio Eva McMillan-Yearoue-Danville, Ohio Sadie Miller-Nurse-Newark, New Iersey lake Murdock-Danville, Ohio Ronald Richert-Mount Vernon, Ohio Clair Rice-Implement Dealer-Mount Vernon, Ohio Agnes Rine-Thuma-Stenographer-Zanesville, Ohio Lunda Robeson-Danville, Ohio Darrel Shaffer-Loudonville, Ohio Grace Shultz-Lent:-Galion, Ohio Mary Stull-Welker-Leitchiield, Ohio George Styers-Newark. Ohio Page Seventy-three The Clarion ,54 Fern 'l'ernple'Dunn-Mount Vernon, Ohio Sarah Tisserand-Snivelgls-Danville. Ohio Violet 'l'emple-Kaylor- anville. Ohio Dwight Welker-Engineer-Leitchiield, Kentucky Velma Wimmer-Carl-Ashland. Ohio Garnet Wise-Telephone Manager-Danville, Ohio Donna Workman-Glasgo-Danville. Ohio Doris Workman-Banbury-Danville. Ohio Byron Yearous-Farmer-Danville, Ohio Ellsworth Zimmerman-Brinkhaven, Ohio CLASS or 1931 Lt K Virginia Banbury-Snively-Ielloway. Ohio Otto Blubaugh-Farmer-Danville. Ohio Owen Blubaugh-Deceased Howard Bower-Danville, Ohio Edith Colopy-Stull-Columbus. Ohio Madeline Cullison-Gilmore-Millwood. Ohio Kenneth Daily-Greensville, South Carolina Charles Drake-Danville. Ohio Agnes Durbin-Harlett-Danville. Ohio Arthur Durbin-Doylestown. Ohio Carl Durbin-Gaithersburg. Maryland Eenneth Durbin-Danville. Ohio oward Edgar'-Mansiield. Ohio Mary Fesler-Banbury-Danville. Ohio Naomi Fesler-Beach-Mount Vernon, Ohio Mildred Greer-Greer, Ohio Susan Heaton-Greer-Greer. Ohio Zuma Hochstetler-Cline-Danville, Ohio Florence Holbrook-Fuiiner-Danville, Ohio Robert Kaylor-Mount Vernon, Ohio Violet May Kailor-Baugher-Danville, Ohio Eleanor Lyons- ice4Mansiield. Ohio Sterl McClurg-Machinist-Warren. Ohio Frances Miller-Stenographer-Akron. Ohio Earl Porter-Washington, D. C. Dorothy Pier-Richert-Mount Vernon. Ohio Herman Preston-West Virginia Naomi Ross-Shives-Hancock. Maryland George Sapp-Columbus. Ohio Lucille Sapp-Akron, Ohio ohn Shults-Howard. Ohio Edna Smith-Spearman-Danville. Ohio Margaret Smith-Chadil-Danville. Ohio Donald Snive?-Danville, Ohio Lotus Snow- nglish Professor, Hope College- Holland. Michigan Robert Spearman-Danville. Ohio Alice Tisserand-Patterson-Coshocton. Ohio Robert Walters-Teacher-Coshocton. Ohio Iva Winterringer-Smith-Tiverton, Ohio Gerald Workman-Danville, Ohio Eloise Mowery-Murdock-Danville, Ohio CLASS or 1932 31, Howard Banbury-Danville, Ohio - Martha Beck-Columbus, Ohio Edward Blubaugh-Farmer-Danville, Ohio Anastasius Blubaugh-Mount Vernon, Ohio Laverne Blubaugh-Danville. Ohio Clara Boeshart-Brown-Canton, Ohio Dorothy Body-Yarman--Amity, Ohio Florence Boeshart-Brown-Mount Vernon, Ohio Elsa Cochran-Dennis-Canton, Ohio Germanus Colopy-Electrician-Zanesville. Ohio Eugene Durbin-Columbus. Ohio Neva Durbin-Danville, Ohio Harris Farmer-Los Angeles. California Louis Gardner-Farmer-eHoward, Ohio Evelyn Gardner-Singer-Warsaw. Ohio Marguerite Gardner-Durbin-Akron, Ohio Florence Green-ShaHerAMansiield. Ohio Virginia Hardman-Oswalt-Ielloway, Ohio Glenn I-liner-Loudonville. Ohio Laysel Hochstetler-Instructor-Arkansas Agr. College Samuel Holt-Danville. Ohio Loraine Horn-Farmer4Danville. Ohio Opal Kaylor-Mizer-Danville. Ohio Lenore Miller-Riley-Danville, Ohio Iohn Neiderhouser-Danville. Ohio Ralph Rice-Implement Dealer-Mount Vernon. Ohio Marthella Shaw-ShawALos Angeles. California Frances Smith-Hanger-Howard. Ohio Eileen Stout-High School Teacher-Mansfield. Ohio George Watson-Engineer-Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Glenn Wharton-U. S. Army Marjorie White-Lepley-Mount Vernon. Ohio Harry Workman-Farmer-Danville, Ohio Page Seventy-'Four ,i CLASS or 193337 Ethel Arnold-Bookkeeper-Mount Vernon. Ohio Myra Arnold-FowleriCoshocton. Ohio Donald Awwiller-Mount Vernon. Ohio Charles Boeshart-Mount Vernon. Ohio Laura Bower-Thorn-Butler. Ohio Rosamond Buris-Nurse-Middletown. Ohio Carl Derr-Ielloway. Ohio Ruth Dunn-Sleeman-Fredericktown. Ohio Ichn Durbin-Akron. Ohio Mary Durbin-Blubauqh-Danville, Ohio Teresa Durbin-Byrd-Loudonville. Ohio Carl Fesler-Repair Shop-Danville, Ohio Pauline Fulmer-Canton. Ohio Irvin GrassbaughWPoultry Dealer-Danville, Ohio Duane Greer-Loudonville. Ohio Mary Hawk-Wareman-Columbus, Ohio Kathleen Hendershott-Mount Vernon, Ohio Edwin Lyons-Danville. Ohio Edna Mapes-StenographerfMount Vernon. Ohio Olive Miller-Grassbaugh-Howard, Ohio Claude Mizer-Farmer-Danville, Ohio Russel Nyhart-Farmer-Danville, Ohio Lee Pore-Mansfield. Ohio Marcella Robeson-Teacher-Columbus, Ohio Florence Sapp-Stenographer-Columbus, Ohio Neva Sapp-Deceased Carl Smith-Tree Surgeon-Warren. Ohio Irene Walker-Gambier. Ohio Evelyn White-Kiracoie-Sidney. Ohio Eldon Workman-Farmer-Danville, Ohio CLASS or 1934 QQ Clare Arnold-Smith-Akron. Ohio ' Joseph Baker-Danville. Ohio Lyda Campbell-Carpenter-Danville. Ohio Bernard Colopy-Danville. Ohio Ioseph CrossiMortician-Columbus. Ohio Letha Crouthers-Bowers-Glenmont. Ohio Audrey. Drake-Deceased Mary rank-Teacher-Loudonville, Ohio Leola Gessling-Zody-Perrysville, Ohio Clyde Green-Mansfield. Ohio Oral Hall-Loudonville, Ohio Dale Hammond-Grocer-Danville, Ohio Lucille Heaton-Hess--Cloverdale. Michigan Lawrence Loney-Howard. Ohio Mae Lyons-Durbin-Doylestown. Ohio Louise Mille-Shultz-Howard. Ohio Virginia Miller-Smith-Danville, Ohio Bethel Mowery4Nursefl-lonolulu, Hawaii Guy Mowery-Mount Vernon, Ohio Ralph Parsons-Deceased Virgil Pryor-Flxible-Loudonville, Ohio Charles Rice-Mount Vernon. Ohio Carl Shultz-Deceased Richard Shultz-Cincinnati. Ohio Catherine Smith-Shordere-Akron. Ohio Benjamin Struble-Cleveland, Ohio Miriam Truex-Fletcher-Danville, Ohio Hazel Strouse-Shewman-Danville. Ohio Keith Welker-Deceased Ardella Wimrner-Stump-Tampa, Florida Harker Workrnan-Danville, Ohio Margaret Wise-Dial-Danville. Ohio Herman Workman-Beach City, Ohio Rosalie Workman-Liter-Ielloway, Ohio CLASS or 1935 LL 'j Kathleen Awwiller-Waters-Blisstield. Ohio Rowena Awwiller-Workman-Danville. Ohio Geraldine Banbury-Sellers4Loudonville, Ohio Catherine Blubaugh-Good-Circleville, Ohio Alfred Blubaugh-Brinkhaven, Ohio Eloise Blnbaugh-Grassbaugh-Danville. Ohio Carl Boeshart-Danville, Ohio Bette Bradiield-Porter-Mount Vernon. Ohio Edna Butler-Mount Vernon, Ohio Ruth Colopy-Blubaugh-Danville, Ohio Frank Cross-Cleveland. Ohio Bernice Dial-McMahon-Mount Vernon, Ohio Kenneth Dunn-Minister-Indiana Wendell Edgar-New York. New York Gertrude Fesler-Danville. Ohio David Frank-Loudonville, Ohio Maxine Humphrey-Broadhurst-Akron, Ohio Everggl Kanuckel-Implement Dealer-Danville. io Genevieve Kaylor-Mavis-Danville, Ohio Gladys Lightner Mildred Loney-Bell-Akron. Ohio The Clarion Kenneth Lybarwr-Deceased Iohn Mick ey- ount Vernon, Ohio Banburh Mi ler-Deceased Eileen urplpl-Mizer-Danville. Ohio Lucille Rice- ondron-Mount Vernon, Ohlo Leo Smith-Akron, Ohlo Blaine Stumbaugh-Coshocton. Ohio Ruth Stumbaugh-Pollard-Loudonville. Ohio Rita Weber-Shaw-Coshocton, Ohio Ruby Winterringer-Leedy-Danville. Ohio Eula Mae Workman-Grant-Chicago, Illinois CLASS OF 1936 Lawrence Adams-Mount Vernon. Ohio Dean Arweller-Danville, Ohio Virginia Arnholt-Cutler-Howard. Ohio Ma el Banbury-Mixer-Danville, Ohio Wayne Banbury-Deceased Eve yn Blubaugh-Shultz-Danville, Ohio Iole h Blubaugh-Deceased GIGEYI Campbell-Stumbaugh-Coshocton, Ohio Mildred Comfy-Tulloes-New York Royal Critc eld-Zanesville. Ohio Leeola Dong:-Cleveland. Ohio Lois Dunn- aniels--Ielloway, Ohio George Durbin-Columbus. Ohio Mary Durbin-St. Hilaire-Oregon Theodore Frank-Danville. Ohio Eugene Fulmer-Mount Vernon, Ohio John Gardner-Mount Vernon. Ohio Leha Granbauqh-Esposito-New York. New York Raymond Green-Mansfield. Ohio Evan Hochstetler-Mount Vernon, Ohio Charlotte Humghreyihumbaugh-Brinkhaven. Ohio lame! lonel- rink aven, Ohio l'lar4geilnKanuckle-Implement Dealer-Danville, o Blll Leverlnq-Mount Vernon, Ohio Daniel Ltghtner-Clerk-Mansfield. Ohio Harley M zer-Farmer-Danville. Ohio Anna elle Motz-Reuhling--Danville. Ohio lame: Murphy--Kittaning, Pennsylvania Dorothy Osgood-Alexander-Mansfield. Ohio Lenore Rice-Teacher-Loudonville, Ohio Franklin Richer!-Mount Vernon. Ohio Pearl Ridenbaugh-Conkle-Mount Vernon. Ohio Robert Robineon-U. S. Army William Shealby-Danville. Ohio William Shultz-Greer, Ohio Iohn Smith-Deceased 1 U Ruth Snow-Holdren-Teacher-Danville, Ohio Ioleph Straulbaugh-Farmer-Glenmont. Ohio Elizabeth Strouee-Overmyer-Brinkhaven. Ohio Maxine Styer-Clyde-Mount Vernon. Ohio Ralph Truex-Danville, Ohio Blanche Tucker-Danville, Ohio Ruth Wander-Anderson-Killbuck, Ohio Juanita Workman-Mount Vernon, Ohio Robert Workman-Farmer-Danville, Ohio 4 ', CLASS OF 1937 F ' Thomas Bebout-Walhonding, Ohio Ruth Bllgeu-Huston-Bellaire, Ohio Raymon Boelhart-Danville. Ohio Iohn Coggin:-Fredericktown, Ohio Ioe Colopy-Deceased Aleta Doup-Kirkpatrick-Mt. Liberty. Ohio Paul Durbin-Deceased Maxine Florence-Gibbs-Seattle, Washington Martha Hawk-Staats-Danville, Ohio Anna Holbrook-Bailey-Howard. Ohio Twyla Horn-Roberts-Danville, Ohio Ronald Kaglor-Teacher-Danville, Ohio Ruth Kerr- luhauqh-Cleveland. Ohio Myra Lower-Miller-Danville. Ohio Sarah Mapes--Danville. Ohio Iack McClary-Columbus. Ohio Mildred Nyhart-Workman-Danville. Ohio Eileen Mitchel-Sister Ioan oi Arch-Ossuring. N. Y Nina Parsons-Pembrook-Mount Vemon. Ohio Mary! Rice-Simmons-Columbus. Ohio Ralp Sapg-Danville, Ohio Clarence S ultz-Farmer-Danville, Ohio Blll Simmons-Columbus, Ohio Rita Shuman-Robinson-Mount Vernon, Ohio Frank Statler-Perrisville, Ohio Bette SWigBl'f-C191 -Columbus, Ohio Kathleen ummers-Kacyzinske-Chicago. Illinois Henry Weber-Mount ernon, Ohio Wava Workman-Hammond. Danville. Ohio Darwin Young--Mansfield. Ohio Leota Workman-Prlhhle-Loudonville, Ohio 1, U CLASS OF 1938 Iulia Adrian-Bruning-Cleveland. Ohio Madonna Banbury-Mumper-Mount Vernon, Ohio Paul Banbury-Danville, Ohio Frederick Body-Teacher-Amity, Ohio William Boeshart-Garner. Iowa Oran Chapman-Brinkhaven, Ohio Donald Colopy-Mount Vernon, Ohio Dorotlay Colopg-Danville, Ohio Iohn olopy- anville, Ohio Bernard Dile-California Rita Durbin-Mount Vernon. Ohio Ronald Farquhar-Loudonville, Ohio Lucile I-'esler-Young-Mansfield, Ohio Rayggnd Frank-Liier's Turkey Farm-Danville, o Ruth Frasher-Altwise-Ashland. Ohio Maurice Gessling-Mansfield. Ohio Elaine Hill-Hamlin-Mansfield. Ohio Charles Huffman-Deceased Quentine Lanning-Mount Vernon, Ohio 3uirnbgVILeach- rinkhaven. Ohio edra cMillan-Mansfield, Ohio Roger Miller-Perrgsville, Ohio Edward Mickley- anville, Ohio Virginia Miller-Mount Vernon, Ohio Ralph Mixer-Danville, Ohio Robert Moreland-Danville. Ohio Myron Murphy-Toledo. Ohio Delbert Oiler-Columbus, Ohio Blaine Pembrook-Mount Vernon. Ohio Doris Payer-Hagans-Danville, Ohio Robert oblnson-Deceased Charles Rice-Manslield, Ohio Clayton Scholes-Cleveland, Ohio glyers Shaw-Surgeon-Washington C. H. artha Shaw-Bebout-Mount Vernon. Ohio Raylmond Shultz-Greer, Ohio Art ur Smith-Akron, Ohio Theodore Smith-Danville, Ohio Wendell Spearman-Danville, Ohio Lucille Strang-Pagne-Washington D. C. Betty Thompson- allion-Danville. Ohio Martin Thorp-Danville, Ohio George Weber-Mount Vernon. Ohio Glenn Weber-North Canton, Ohio Annabelle Workman-Danville. Ohio Eleanor Worlrman-Ransburg-Indianapolis. Indiana CLASS OF 1939 Mary Adams-Awwiller-Danville, Ohio Iames Adrian-Deceased Martha Arnholt-Wachtel-Nashville, Ohio William Bennett-1-ioward, Ohio Basil Blubaugh-Columbus, Ohio Dorothy Blubaugh-Hggins-Howard. Ohio Betty il eu-'l'ruex- nville, Ohio Iohn Bluhaugh-Circleville. Ohio Marion Bluhaugh-Harris-Texas Cletus Boeshart-Physician-St. Louis. Missouri Helen Breaker-Weber-Danville, Ohio Doris Butts-Christopher-Marietta, Ohio Luella Clark-Bertch-Brinkhaven, Ohio Anna Coleman-l-lively-Mount Vemon. Ohio Francis DeMylor-Student, U. ot Calilornia-Oak- land, Ca 'lornia Marjorie Dennis-Nyhart-Danville. Ohio Robert Frank-Loudonville. Ohio Clarence Gaumer-Mount Vernon. Ohio James Hagans--Danville, Ohio Glenn Hawkins-Mount Vernon, Ohio Evelyn Hoagland-Stackle-Danville, Ohio Alva Hoover-Danville, Ohio Eddie Ionee-Brinkhaven, Ohio Mildred Kayser-Hunter-Brandon. Ohio Virginia Mc ouqal-Hoover-Danville. Ohio Ioseph Mickley-Danville Bank-Danville, Ohio Florence Miller-Gault-Detroit, Michigan Iames Miller-Columbus. Ohio Robert Motz-Danville, Ohio Margfie Neiderhouser-Gueulette-Mount Vemon. io Iosephine Rice-Wolle-Mount Vernon, Ohio Barbara Ricefwolle-Mount Vemon. Ohio Eileen Richert-Mosher-Danville, Ohio Eva Robinson-Green-Mansfield. Ohio Wanda Rush-Rahn-New Castle. Ohio Molly Senlt-Gooding-Mount Vernon, Ohio Laken Staats-Howard. Ohio Dorothy Stumbaugh-Gardner-Mount Vernon, Ohio Donald Thorp-Danville. Ohio Velma Turney-Cornelius-Mount Vernon, Ohio Page Seventy five The Clarion '54 Joseph Waters-U. S. Army Bernard Weber-Deceased Ina Ioe Wheeler-Nortonfwheelinq, West Virginia Byron Workman-Flxible-Loudonville, Ohio Pauline Workman-Conrad-Loudonville, Ohio CLASS OF 1940 A Robert Alexander-Mount Vernon, Ohio Lillian Baugher-Carskadau-Cincinnati, Ohio Maxine Blubaughgwashington Otto Blubaugh-Akron, Ohio Pauline Blubaugh-Gardner-Howard, Ohio Dorothy Brooks-Moore-Akron, Ohio Doris Brooks-Zimmerman-Iewett, Ohio Betty Charlton-Iacobs-Mount Vemon, Ohio Mary Clark-Elliot-Brinkhaven, Ohio Arnold Colopv-Danville, Ohio Mary Davis-Bechtel-Ankenytown, Ohio Edna Didinger-Sheldon-Danville. Ohio Marian Gessling-Edgar-Mansfield, Ohio Martha Greer-Staats-Danville, Ohio Bill Hagans-Danville, Ohio Mary Alice Hammond-Attlesberger-Danville, Ohio Ernest Kidfwell-Delaware, Ohio Rose Marie Lower-Bennett-Akron, Ohio Dale McClain-Missionary-China Ioseph McMillan-Mount Vernon, Ohio Helen Mickley-Thorp-Danville, Ohio Billy Miller-Loudonville, Ohio Harold Miller-Loudonville, Ohio Wesley Miller-Danville, Ohio Maxine Mitchell-Irvine-Mount Vernon, Ohio William Senit-Dayton, Ohio Kenneth Shaw-Farmer-Danville, Ohio Charles Shultz-Mount Vernon, Ohio Bessie Strang-Heimberqer-Loudonville. Ohio Ned Staats-Danville, Ohio Iames Strang-Loudonville, Ohio Walter Temple-Greer, Ohio Bethel Thompson-Wells-St. Petersburg, Florida Iames Troyer-Buckeye Lake, Ohio lean Wander-Collins-Tennessee Clara Weber-Wolf-Mount Vernon, Ohio Bonnie White-Lynch-New York Faith Whitney-Reeder-Danville, Ohio CLASS OF 1941 Dorothy Banbury-Sellers-Ielloway, Ohio Joseph Blubaugh--Danville, Ohio Edward Boeshart-Mount Vernon, Ohio Ruth Buxton-Derrinberger-Loudonville. Ohio Robert Chaliant-Mount Vernon, Ohio William Chalfant-Mount Vernon, Ohio Russel Cly-Oregon Irene Davis-Fredericktown, Ohio Barbara Durbin-Place-Wapakoneta, Ohio Clyde Heaton-Navy Yard-Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Karlene Hill-Doup-Fredericktown, Ohio Sara lane Iones-Brinkhaven, Ohio Bessie Iurqens-Mansfield, Ohio Helen Kanuckle-Spurgeon-Danville, Ohio William Martin-Brinkhaven, Ohio Anna McClain-Mowery-Danville. Ohio Ralph McMillan-Danville, Ohio Mary Louise Mickley-Boeshart-Danville. Ohio Douglas Miller-College, Ft. Wayne, Indiana lane Mills-Sinclair-Youngstown, Ohio Robert Mizer-Danville, Ohio Ruth Rice-Hull-Howard, Ohio Tyrus Rice-Danville, Ohio Betty Robinson-Mansiield, Ohio Alice Schaub-Carter-Greer, Ohio Martha Scholes-McMillan-Danville, Ohio Iean Senft-Secretary-Dayton, Ohio Kathryn Smith-Lloyd-Danville, Ohio Kenneth Spurgeon-Deceased Delmar Stumbaugh-Mount Vernon. Ohio Eva Temple-Clements-Mansfield, Ohio Iames Thompson-Mount Vemon, Ohio Paul Thompson-Mount Vernon. Ohio Ioseph Williams4Mansiield, Ohio f CLASS OF 1942 . ' George AdrianfU. S. Army lim Alexander-Mount Vernon. Ohio Don Arnholt-Mount Vernon, Ohio Bethel Baker-McFarland-Killbuck, Ohio Harriet Banbury-Webster-Columbus, Ohio Ralph Banbury-U. S. Army Dick Banbury-Danville, Ohio Rilla Banbury-Swain-Mount Vernon, Ohio Page Seventy-six Bill Bauqher-Colorado Dan Beeman-Deceased Margie Butler-Mackey-Greer, Ohio Louise Breckler-Mount Vernon, Ohio Eileen Breckler-Danville. Ohio Don Butts-Danville, Ohio Florence Colopy-Heldenbrand-Mansfield, Ohio Walter Cly-Danville, Ohio Evelyn Conkle-Branyon-Cleveland, Ohio Clement Durbin-Cincinnati, Ohio Iim Elliott-Danville, Ohio Clarence Frasher-Huron, Ohio Marcella Greer-Bross-Danville, Ohio Evelyn Banbury-Hughett-Danville, Ohio Floyd Kirk-Millwood, Ohio Ear Laughrey-Danville, Ohio Lois Martin-BarkerSMount Vernon, Ohio Dan Meager-Wadsworth, Ohio Charles Miller-Danville, Ohio Evelyn Miller-Guedras-Akron, Ohio Betty Moreland-Hood-Danville, Ohio lack Nethers-Mount Vernon, Ohio Marcella Norris-Thompson-Millwood, Ohio Iackolixarrish-Ohio State University-Columbus, io Anna Oiler-Cleveland. Ohio Mary Sheasby-Troyer-Buckeye Lake, Ohio Louise Smith-Diehl-Manslield, Ohio Teresa Thatcher-Utica, Ohio lack Thatcher-Brinkhaven, Ohio Harold Ventlinq-Columbus, Ohio Paul Weber-Canton, Ohio Ruth Workrnan-Lingenfelter-Loudonville, Ohio Merrill Hochstetler-Danville, Ohio Kenneth I-Iendershott-Brinkhaven, Ohio Ethel Strong-Loudonville, Ohio CLASS OF 1943 Margene Awwiller-Mount Vernon, Ohio Dwicgxi Banbury-Ohio Power CompanyeDanville, o Iomes Blubaugh-Danville, Ohio Leonard Blubaugh-Danville, Ohio Iames Bross-Electrician-Danville, Ohio Mildred Cline-HyattgStillwell, Ohio Hazel Cly-Want ing-Danville, Ohio Carl Colopy-Columbus, Ohio Myron Farquhar-Greer, Ohio Clyde Ferenbaugh-California Delmar I-'rank-Danville, Ohio Willard Gaumer-Loudonville, Ohio Donna Gessling-Yovoshek-Mansiield, Ohio Clayton Hagans-Mount Vernon, Ohio Melvin Huffman-Wooster. Ohio Harry Kaylor-Danville, Ohio Hazel Kidwell-Gatrell-East Point. Georgia James Mavis-Bowling Green University, Bowling Green, Ohio Robert Mickley-Mount Vernon, Ohio Norma Miller-Body-Danville, Ohio Nel lane Miller-Hissong-St. Petersburg. Florida Bernard Mizer-Newark, Ohio Helen Parker-Coulter-Dayton, Ohio Robert Sapp-Mansfield, Ohio Guy Shaw-Mount Vernon, Ohio Sara Strong-Martin-Nashville. Ohio Iessie Sentt--Secretary-Dayton, Ohio Cosmas Smith-Danville, Ohio 'l'ressie Summers-Cox-Dayton, Ohio Burl Thompson-Danville, Ohio Norma lean Troyer-Chapman-Buckeye Lake, Ohio Marvin Tracy-Mount Vernon, Ohio lean Ventlinq-Hubbell-Danville, Ohio Roy Wander-Columbus, Ohio Donald Wheeler-Columbus, Ohio Donna Workman-Tucker-Bangs. Ohio Mona Workman-Florence-Texas Patty Workman-Cleveland. Ohio Donis Wyatt-Snyder-Dayton, Ohio CLASS OF 1944 if Mable Arnholt-Rohrbaugh-Loudonville, Ohio Marjorie Blubauqh-Selby-Mount Vernon, Ohio Lucille Boeshart-Bross-Gambier, Ohio Glenn Bowman-Danville, Ohio Louis Butts-Mount Vernon, Ohio Leo Colopy-Zanesville, Ohio Dick Daily-Danville, Ohio Bob Dennis-Howard, Ohio Marilla Ferenbaugh-Mansiield, Ohio Nelson Klein-F.B.I. Washington, D. C. Ralph Lloyd-Mount Vernon, Ohio 'FU' new- rr ml -:- --rv --nn-3, w - -rn mm- Tbe Clarion '54 Paul Mickley-Danville, Ohio Dick Miller-Loudonville. Ohio Sara Miller-Hair-Denver. Colorado Robert Parker-Teacher-Centerburq. Ohio Martha Parrish-Merrill-Bryan. Ohio Margaret Schaub-Wheeler-Columbus. Ohio Mart a Shatter-Teacher-Mount Vernon, Ohio Iris Shader-Mohs-Cincinnati. Ohio Florence Shaw-Kostochryz-Cleveland. Ohio Iune Shaw-Bush-Mount Vernon. Ohio Doris Sheasby-Silver Springs, Maryland Bob Simmons-Danville. Ohio Helen Steiner-Wigton-Shreve. Ohio Betty Stumbaugh-Mowery-Greer. Ohio Donald Thomason-Mount Vemon, Ohio Betty Tleche- reckler-Danville. Ohio Mary Weber-Danville. Ohio Samolillliezrkman--Ohio State University-Columbus. v CLASS OF 1945 Ralph Ball-Danville. Ohio Helen Blubauqh-Cotton-Mount Vemon, Ohio Dick Blubaugh-Mount Vernon. Ohio ' Mary Durbin-Blubauqh-Danville. Ohio Clovis Frank-Cagital University-Columbus. Ohio Frank Gessling- anslield. Ohio Iocelyn Greer-Danville. Ohio Norma Hagxans-Bible School-Cincinnati. Ohio Helen Mee an-Hawkins-Brinkhaven. Ohio Erma Mizer-Sweet-Mount Vernon. Ohio Lola Iones-Mullet-Glenmont. Ohio Rondale Pritchard-Danville. Ohio Marguerite Ridgeway-Kaylor-Danville. Ohio Bernard Sap?-Mount Vernon. Ohio Graco Saspp- ample-Greer, Ohio Dorothy mith-Ridenbaugh-Mount Vernon, Ohio Dick Tracy-Millwood, hio Fred Rice-Ashland. Ohio Victoria Workman-Danville, Ohio CLASS OF 1946 Virgil Adrian-U. S. Army Gerene Allen-Secretary-Columbus, Ohio Paul Arweller-Danville. Ohio Allred Blubaugh-U. S. Army Pauline Butler-Shaw-Brinkhaven. Ohio Ioan Colopy--Saint Marys of the Springs College- Columbus. Ohio Margie Oolopy-Samyles-Mount Vernon, Ohio Francis Crolton-Mai e-Zanesville. Ohio Luella Darr-Hochstetler-Danville. Ohio Howard Drake-Danville. Ohio Woneta Dunn-Chevuront-Mount Vernon. Ohio kaleph Hanger-Danville. Ohio lchgicl Klein-Ohio State University-Columbus. io Betty Lauqhrgf-Crider-Howard. Ohio Ellen Lesley- artin-Brinkhaven. Ohio Helen Leslg-Danville. Ohio Betty Lou artin-Secretars-Mount Vernon, Ohio Rodney Mickley-Farmer- anville. Ohio Donal Miclrley-Farmer-Danville, Ohio Pauline Mickley-Clark-Mount Vernon. Ohio Encil Mills-Feed Dealer-Danville. Ohio George Mullet-Shellmar-Mount Vernon. Ohio Mary Shaiier-Kirk-Millwood, Ohio Charles Shaw-Brinkhaven, Ohio Gene Smith-Danville, Ohio William Stitzlein-Farmer-Glenmont, Ohio larnes Meehan-U. S. Army ll-iyman Workman-Deceased arold White-Utica. Ohio Dorothy Walters-Millwood. Ohio I CLASS OP 1947 Edna Banbury-Reed-Pasco, Washington Mar ery Beeman-Ohio State University-Columbus. Ohio Dick Brumbauiih-U. S. Army Robert Cline- rinkhaven, O io Della Colopty-Shira-Gambier. Ohio Imogene Di inv.Ler-Rettg2-Linotypist--Danville. Ohio Nancy Elliott- ank- ount Vernon, Ohio Myron Prank-U. S. Army Coreta Frasher-Lease-Mount Vernon. Ohio Nellie Horn-Truex-Danville, Ohio Robert Kaylor-U. S. Arms Dalton Kaylor-Elevator- anville. Ohio Ralph Kent-Danville. Ohio Delores Loqston-Meehan-Brinkhaven. Ohio Barbara Martin-Nomay-Missouri Dick McClain-Asbury College-Wilmot. Kentucky Kenneth Mxckley-Shellmar-Mount Vernon, Ohio Carolyn Nyhart-Metcali-Mount Vernon, Ohio Gwendolyn O'Donnell-Fargo-Newark. Ohio Eva Stull-Wenger-Danville. Ohio Thelma Peterson-Toledo. Ohio Eugene Rice-Danville. Ohio Gene Shackle-Canton. Ohio Elva Shultz-Bixler-Loudonville, Ohio Dorothy Snow-Bailes-Orrville. Ohio Dorothy, Summers-Scottie-Mount Vemon, Ohio Patty hite-Groseclose-Danville. Ohio Eddie Workman-Danville, Ohio CLASS OF 1948 Loren Banbury-Danville, Ohio Raymond Blubaugh-U. S. Army Anthony Boeshart-Danville. Ohio Betty Burke-Sand-Centerburg. Ohio Mane Butts-Mercy Hospital-Mount Vernon, Ohio Dale Campbell-Danville, Ohio George Chapman-U. S. Army Louise Cline-Bgwaters-Mount Vernon, Ohio Earl Colopy- anville. Ohio Wayne Crider-U. S. Army Iune Conkle-U. S. Army Sam Durbin-St. Charles College-Columbus, Ohio Harry Dunn-U. S. Arm Iean Gessling-Holt-Lougonville. Ohio Vonetta Landis-Sheasby-Mount Vernon, Ohio Luretta Long-Boeshart-Danville, Ohio Lillian Kaylor-Strouse-Glenmont. Ohio Samuel McMillan-U. S. Army David Meehan-Army Air Corps Jesse Mickleyr-Ashland. Ohio lim Mullet- . S. Air Force Marilyn O'Donnell-Alsgach-Houston. Texas Lawrence Payne-U. . Armyu Harold Rhodes-Glenmont. O 'o Marrietta Rice-Shultz-Greer. Ohio Richard Sagp-U. S. Army Dan Sheas y-Mount Vernon. Ohio Neil Staats-Farmer-Danville. Ohio Wayne Stumbauqh-U. S. Marines Iirn Travcly-U. S. Arm! LeRoyV orkman-U. . Army Roy alters-U. S. Army CLASS OF 1949 Carol Adrian-Coterill-U. S. Army Bernard Banbury-Mount Vernon. Ohio Tomrgy. Banbury-Denison University-Granville. xo Dorothy Barnes-Thom son-Danville, Ohio Peggy Bell-Farmer-Greer. Ohio Margig. Bittner-Ohio State University-Columbus. io Charles Brown-Michigan University-Michigan Glenaihflolopy-Ohio State University-Columbus. io Larry Colopy-U. S. Army Walter Durbin-Danville, Ohio James Elliot-U. S. Arm1y Ethel Farmer-Nurse's raining-Columbus, Ohio Iris Gardner-Nurse's Training-Mansiield, Ohio Betty Hawkins-Laughrey-Howard, Ohio Roberta Hill-Musgove-U. S. Arm Harrietta Landis- leman-Mount Vernon. Ohio James Logston-U. S. Army Vernita Long-Mellor-Ashland. Ohio Vernon Martin-U. S. Air Force Roy Mylers-U. S. Arms He en yhart-Kaylor- anville. Ohio Ellen Randles-Pigman-New Gilford. Ohio Carcblilne Sapp- elephone Operator-Mount Vernon. io Gwendolyn Smith-Beautician-Akron, Ohio Edna Taylor-I-lenwood-Howard. Ohio Leona Taylor-U. S. Army Barbara horp-Durbin-Danville. Ohio Patty Weber-Cincinnati. Ohio Troy Wilson-Loudonville. Ohio CLASS or 1950 J Unita Akin:-Secretary-Coshocton. Ohio Ruth Arweller-Findlay College-Findlay. Ohio Patricia Bilyeu-Samples-Danville. Ohio Iohn Bross-Ohio State University-Columbus. Ohio Charles Clipse-U. S. Army Robert Durbin-Notre Dame-South Bend, Indiana Page Seventy-seven The Clarion '54 Lucy Durbin-Danville. Ohio Margretta Farmer-Wilson-Loudonville. Ohio Iames Hains-U. S. Air Force Iuanita Hains-Pritchard-Danville. Ohio Barbara Huggins-Nurses Aid-Mount Vernon. Ohio Margaret Kidwell-Stambaugh-Mount Vernon. Ohio Gretchen Lusby-Mansfield. Ohio Ioseyalgne Lybarger-Blue-Librarian-Mount Vernon. io William McGinnis-Danville. Ohio William Mickley-Farmer-Danville. Ohio DorothgaMickleg-Secretary-Danville. Ohio Clyde yers- . S. Air Force-California Mary Myers-Danville, Ohio Harold Payne-U. S. Army Lloyd Root-U. S. Army Iohn Simmons-U. S. Army Donald Snyder-U. S. Army Donna Workman-Cooper-Bessemer Corp.-Mount Vernon. Ohio Doris Young-Secretary-Danville. Ohio CLASS OF 1951 " Charles Barnes-Holt's Implement-Danville. Ohio Eva Bowers-Danville, Ohio Martha Calkins-Butler-Danville, Ohio Dorothy Chapman-Memorial Hospital-Mount Vernon. Ohio Nancy Colopy-Hamm-Danville. Ohio Iames R. Cline-Brinkhaven. Ohio Iames S. Cline-Greer. Ohio Gary Didinger-Danville. Ohio Charles Durbin-U. S. Navy 'l'wila Ferenbaugh-Mansfield. Ohio Wayne Franks-U. S. Navy Helen Frasher-Secretary, Danville. Ohio Ted Gardner-Brinkhaven. Ohio Glen Haugher-U. S. Air Force Carl Leslig'-U. S. Navy Marcina cDonald-Clerk-Mount Vernon, Ohio Martha McMillian-Muskingum College-New Concord. Ohio Glen Mickley-Farmer-Danville, Ohio Robert Miller-Loudonville. Ohio Annabelle Peterson-Martin-Detroit. Michigan Helen Pigman-Meehan-Florida Arthur Pritchard-Danville. Ohio Donald Ridgeway-Danville. Ohio Thomas Sapp-Danville, Ohio IoArBihSevitts-Bairs Dry Cleaners-Mount Vernon. no Carrol B. Shultz-U. S. Army Helen Vess-U. S. Army Rosalie Walters-School Secretary-Danville. Ohio Zane Wilson-U. S. Air Force Eric Winterhalter-Notre Dame-South Bend. Indiana William McMillan-Danville. Ohio Blaine Workman-U. S. Navy Shirley Workman-Brownell. New York Evelyn Zimmerman-Nommay-Glenmont. Ohio CLASS OF 1952 'X Eldon Antill-U.S. Navy-Pine Island Kenneth Armstrong-Michigan State-East Lansing. Michigan Shirley Baker-Danville. Ohio Delores Colopy-Catholic University-Washington D. C. Mary Io Durbin-Nursing Mt. Caramel Hospital Columbus. Ohio Robert Edgar-'Syracuse University-Syracuse. N. Y. Velta Elksnis-Mount Vernon Business School- Mount Vernon. Ohio Charles Farmer-Timkens-Newark. Ohio Thomas Finan-University of Cincinnati- Cincinnati. Ohio Marynliqnes Harlett-School Secretary-Danville. io Page Seventy-eight Bonnie Hartman-Beautician School-Mansfield. Ohio Annabelle Hoyman-Ferenbaugh-Danville. Ohio Gailglaughrey-Haqans Furniture Store-Danville. io Kathryn Liter-Telephone Office-Mount Vernon. Ohio Robert Lvbarger-Danville. Ohio Herman Mann-U. S. Navy-Ft. Meade. Maryland Margie McGinnis-Mount Vernon, Ohio William Miller-Danville. Ohio Ianice Mumper-Nursing Mt. Caramel Hospital- Columbus. Ohio Russell Myers-Lazarus-Columbus. Ohio Irene Mickley-Danville. Ohio Ralph Phillips--U. S. Air Force-Sampson. New York Nedra Payne-Danville. Ohio Iames Randles-U. S. Army-Ft. Lead. Virginia Marv Sue Rice-Dawson-Danville Times Oiiice. Danville. Ohio Charles Schaub-U. S. Navy-San Francisco. California Lloyd Sheasby-U. S. Air Force-Florida Alicairnith-Millwood Sand and Gravel-Danville. io Hazel Steiner-Cline-Ieromesville. Ohio Margaret String!ellow-Pitkins-Mount Vernon, Ohio Martha Strinqiellow-Pitkins-Mount Vernon. Ohio Carroll Stull-Danville, Ohio Naomi Summers-A 6 P-Mount Vernon. Oh'o Betty SWitzer-Bookkeeper-Ashland. Ohio Christopher Tracy-Danville. Ohio Iva Mae Turney-Payne-Danville. Ohio Davghifander l-looven--Kenyon College-Gambier. xo Norma lean Zimmerman-Nursing Mt. Caramel Hospital-Columbus. Ohio CLASS or 1953 Marlene Armstrong-Capital University-Columbus, Ohio Betty Akins-Mansfield. Ohio Leonard Bell-Greer. Ohio Ruth Ann Brown-Danville. Ohio Goldie Chapman-Paazig-Mount Vernon. Ohio Robert Cline-Miami University-Oxiord. Ohio Iohn Colopy-Mount Vernon. Ohio Mary Louise Colopy-Sec. Danville High School- Danville. Ohio Thomas Colopy-Mount Vernon. Ohio Joanne Durbin-Danville. Ohio William Dye-Greer. Ohio Ianet Fesler-Mount Vernon. Ohio Ianetta Hains-Ryan-Mount Vernon. Ohio Lunetta Hains-Mount Vernon. Ohio Ianice Hoagland-Ohio University-Athens. Ohio Ioyce Landis-Mount Vernon. Ohio DavElhMcConnell-Ohio State University-Columbus. io Phyllis McMillan-Danville. Ohio Ruth Ann Mickley-Danville. Ohio Elsie May Mickley-Danville. Ohio Floyd Mickley-Danville. Ohio Evelyn Morris-Sweet-Mount Vernon. Ohio Mengyln Mullet-Business School-Mount Vernon. io Iuris Murnieks-Danville. Ohio AusrgixrPodnieks-Capital University-Columbus. io Ioseph Proper-U. S. Navy-Bainbridge. Maryland Walter Rice-Greer. Ohio Iarnes Shean-U. S. Navy William Shumaker-Miami University-Oxford. Ohio Esther Smail-Ashland College-Ashland. Ohio Larry Smith-Danville. Ohio Harold Snively-Danville. Ohio Dean Workman-Danville, Ohio Maxine Yearous-Mount Vernon. Ohio Iudi Wolfe-Ohio University-Athens. Ohio Harmon White-U. S. Navy-Bainbridge. 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OHIO 'Q' 0:0 O 0:0 0:0 if 0:0 0:0 0:0 O:O Q:Q 0:0 0:0 4, There was a young lady named Ritter A small boy was having his iirst ride in an ele- Q, .00 Who was hired as the new baby sitter: vator ol a skyscraper building. As the car .8 : She sat on the child shot up thirty stories at breathtaking speed, : 09. Until he went wild he asked timidly, "Daddy, do the angels know OO, 0 . . ., 0 '0' And you'd be surprised where he bit her. were coming? 9,9 0:0 0:0 .:. .:' 929 O 0:0 0:0 3 I, 0 'z' 3 R d Th 1 k 5' Q 0 oun e C oc . 'g' COZY RESTAURANT 3 - h 'f "' Q S1 n S o 'Q' .z. AND GRILL 3 9 P ,,, 0:0 2 0:0 0 'z' We Serve Only The Bea! 3 'z' 0:0 2 NEON AND ROAD SIGNS 0:0 0:0 2 gtg 0:0 . 2 gtg 020 2 Full Line Of Kurfees Paint 0:0 :0: 0 0 2 Opposite Post Office O 'O' 0.0 2 5:9 0:0 3 T'-x gtg 0:0 100 - 102 W. High Street 2 0:4 0 9,0 2 0:0 0 o '.' 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