Danville High School - Clarion Yearbook (Danville, OH)

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As we grow older we will try to remember "our day" at good old D. H. S. Will our memory fail us? Perhaps, then we might dig through some old books and find "our" yearbook, The Clarion of 1954-55, which contains between its covers enjoyment and maybe a few good memories. Many people contributed their time and patience, thus making our annual possible. We thanked the teachers for their guidance in helping us on the long but happy road ahead. For memories of the road behind us The Clarion staff deserves much recognition for collecting and writing the material and especially Mr. Senft who helped us through our big troubles which seemed much smaller to him. But we were aware that something was missing. Our gratitude had been expressed, yet it seemed that we had not expressed ourselves as wanted, and now, turning back the pages of time, we would really like to show our appreciation for the things which they did were closer to our hearts than we realized. As we leaf through "our book" we stop now and then to remember a face and to connect it with an event in our school life, but the book must come to an end, and so must our reminiscing. We put the book back on the shelf, and now we more fully appreciate our school days through The Clarion with the returned happy memories of D. H. S. The Clarion '55 Dedication We, the Senior Class of 1955, wish to dedicate The Clarion to Mr. Michael O. "Mike" Smithhisler, in appre- ciation for his friendliness and untiring effort for the benefit of our class. While "Mike" deserves recognition for the generous aid he has given to us, the purpose of this dedication is rather to pay tribute to his outstanding Christian character and service - a recognition not only of what he has done but of what he is. DANVILLE HIGH SCHOOL BUILDING Th C1 Palau ity The Clarion '55 Page Eight GLEN HAINS County Superintendent COSMOS BLUBAUGH President JOHN BANBURY HOWARD BANBURY Board of Education The Clarion '55 IRVIN GRASSBAUGH Vice-President WILLARD HOLT ARTHUR MCMILLAN Clerk Page Nine The Clarion '55 Page Ten D. F. SENF T Principal A. B. PARKER Superintendent T. A. WHEELER Vocational Agriculture MARTHA JAIVIESON Language, Speech LEWIS VAUGHN Music Department MABLE LEPLEY Home Economics The Clarion '55 School Faculty INEZ I-IARLETT Commercial Department, Treasurer C. W. REESE Imlusrial Arts Mathematics Athletics Manager WILLIAM GALLER English Department MERVYN NUGENT Science Football Coach X Ass't. Basketball Coach K Page Eleven The Clarion '55 ROBERT O'BRIEN Social Science Basketball Coach MICHAEL O. SMITHHISLER Seventh Grade ALVIN GORE Sixth Grade jr. High Basketball Coach BETTY EDGAR Fifth and Sixth Grade Page Twelve School Faculty ARTHUR MCMILLAN Eighth Grade RALPH BALL Seventh and Eighth Grade BERNADETTE DURBIN- Fifth Grade VIDA ROBESON Fourth Grade The Clarion '55 School Faculty GERALDINE DRAKE Third and Fourth Grade PEARL HARMER Second Grade VIVIAN SHAW First Grade RUTH HOLDREN Third Grade TRIESA ENGLE Second Grade PEARL SNOW First Grade MARJORIE WORKMAN BARBARA GRAHAM HELEN DURBIN First Grade Elementary Music Teacher Secretary The Clarion '55 I COOKS - Lucille Durbin, Edna Rice, Doris White, CUSTODIANS A Bernard Hammond, Oran Chapman Julius Bluhaugh. C ooks and C ustodicms Much gratitude goes to the cooks, who have done such a fine job of preparing our delicious lunches and to the custodians, who have kept our school so neat and clean this year. Page Fourteen The Cl Classes The Clarion JAMES LEE COLOPY "jim" Blonde. Derilirb, and Deletlable. Agriculture Course Class President 45 Intramural Sports 1, 2, 5, 45 Class Play 3. 45 Clarion Staff 45 Varsity "D" 45 Band I, Z: Football 45 School Patrol 45 Baseball 45 Ass't. Business Manager 45 F. F. A. 1, 2, 3, 45 F. F. A, Treasurer 45 F. F. A. Judging 1, 25 Ist Degree F. F. A. 15 Znd Degree 2, 3. 4. JEAN MARIE DURBIN if-,Banu A nicer girl you will never meet. Commercial Course Doylestown, Ohio 25 St. Vin- cent 35 Class Vice President 15 Class Secretary 45 Queen Attendant 15 Class Play 3, 43 Honor Society 1, 42 Speech 45 Clarion Staff 45 Othce 4: Intramural Sports l, 3, Chorus 1, 45 Scholarship Team 4. HAR LAND ROBERT BECK ,Bohn "Ah, why should life all labor he?" Commercial Course Intramural Sports 1, 2. 3. 43 Clarion Staff 45 Business Manager 45 Speech 45 F. F. A. 15 Band 1. 2, 5, 45 Band Treasurer 45 Class Play 3, 4: Mixed Chorus 4. CARL L. BLUBAUGH "Carl" Carl ix a quiet friendly hay whom everyone likes. Agriculture Course Industrial Arts l: F. F. A. 2. 3. 45 Football 45 Intra- mural Sports l, 2. 3. 45 Clar- ion Stal? 45 Class Play 4. Page Sixteen KAY MARIE MIZER "Krazy" I shall laugh myself to deatb."' Commercial Course Latin Club 1, President 25 Class Vice-President 45 Intra- mural Sports l, 2, 3, Captain 45 Librarian 2, 5, 45 Class Treasurer 5: Clarion Staff 5. 45 News Staff 3, 45 Honor So- ciety 2, 5. 4, Vice-President 45 Speech 4, Assembly Chair- man 45 Queen Attendant 3: Office 45 Scholarship Team 45 Roll Taker 35 Chorus 2, 45 Class Play 4. EVA BANBURY HEUA-x She is quiet. ,romelimexl General Course Treasurer 45 Intramural Sports 1. 2. 3, Captain 4: Clarion Editor 45 News Staff 3,45 Class Play 3: Scholarship Team 45 Honor Society I. 2. 3, 45 School Patrol 45 Libra- rian 25 Ofhce 15 Chorus 1. 45 Speech 45 Latin Club 1, Z. ANN MARIE BLANCHARD "Doc" Laugh at all jokes. You might catch on later. College Course Honor Society 1, 2, 3, 45 President Honor Society 45 Band 1, 2, 5, 45 Intramural Sports 1. 2. 3, Captain 45 Class Play 3. 45 Clarion Staff 4: Latin Club 1. 25 French Club 35 Ass't Editor Clarion 45 Scholarship Team 4. ALMA BUTLER "Alma" She enterx ax quietly as a sunheam Commercial Course Home Economics 1. 2, 45 In- tramural Sports l, 2, 3. 45 President Home Economics 4: Chorus 1, 2, 55 Queen At- tendant 4. l.llLIl BELLE CHAPMAN "Lillie Lulu" I lollou' no one'r opinion. I have xoml' of my own. Commercial Coursl: Ilomc Ectrzoinics I. Z. -iz In- trarnural Sports I. 2. 5. -1: C arion Staff i. N17RRIl'A lf. COLOPY URL-d.. Norr5Ia'J frinudthifz it like hir hair. iyurm. i-lrfziring. arid bt-aulilul. F H. A. I. 2. 5, -It F. H. A. Vice-President 5: Public Spuakingp Intramural Sports l. Z. A, ll: Clarion Staff 4: Lihrarian I: Ticket Seller 5. JANET Ill IRIIIN "lan" II"ilhoul mi-ri life would he 4 mitlabe. Commcrcial Course Vnrsitv "D" -6: Intramural Sports I. 2. 5. Captain 4: Clarion Stall VS: Class Play 5. -t: Spec-cli 'll Honor Society' 2. 5. -I1 School Patrol I. 2. 5. I: Band I. 2, 5, vi: Libral rian 5: Roll Taker I1 Office -ig Chorus I. lg Chi.-crluading -l RI'l'A GRIQER "Kalrinba" llcr cubes and her songx are m'1't'r Ilat. Commercial Course Librarian 'iz Office -6: Public Speaking I: F. H. A. I. 2. I: F. H. A. Treasurer 21 Clarion Staff -iz Chorus I, 5: Intramural Sports I. Z. 5. -S2 Honor Society -1: Class Play -6. The Clarion '55 CHARLES T. COLOPY "Chuck" Caiauoivfr lavorile ron. Agricultural Course F. F. A. I. Z, Vice-President 5. President -iz Football I. 2, 5, -iz Varsity "D" 5, -it Clarion Staff ll. BETTY AN N DURBIN "Belly" If il r1'crvn't lor rludiet. .tcbool would be .tu'ell.' Commercial Course Intramural Sports I. Z. 5. 4: Clarion Staff -6: Class Play 3: Speech -iz School Patrol I. 5: Band I. 2. 5. -ig Librarian Ass't 5: Ollice -i. RITA ELKSNIS "Spur-dy" nllrrayx an answer lor rrerylhnrg. Home Economics I, 2, -i: Otlicc -iz Intramural Sports l. 1. 5. bi: Clarion Staff 4: At- tendant to Queen 1: Shake- spearean Play 5: Honor So- ciety 5. -6: Honor Society Sw- retary -1: Mixed Chorus l. 43 Class Play -1. RAMONA HALL "Moria" Theres xometbiug abou! ber lhal one run 'I help liking. Commercial Course Prichard H. S.. Grayson. Ky. I. 2. 5: Clarion Staff 4: Sipeech rl: Intramural Sports Page Seventeen The Clarion AMBROSE JACK HALL "Mule Train" He'.r alufayr himxell. Industrial Arts Course Bus Patrol 1, 2. 35 Clarion Staff 43 Class Play 3. 4: Speech3 434 Intramural Sports 1, 2, , . HEDGE JARVIS "Hedge Apple" A bluxh is bearfliful. but inconvenient. Agriculture Course F. F. A. 1. 2. 5. 43 Baseball 33 Intramural Sports l. 2. 5. 43 Varsity "D" 3. 41 F- F- A- News Reporter 33 Parliamen- tary Procedure l, 23 Clarion Staff 4. JOHN D. LAUDERBAUGH "John D." A ,rpeed demon? Never! General Course F. F. A. 1. 2. 5. 4: Judsms 1, 23 Clarion Stal? 43 Intra- mural Sports I, 2. 3. CHP' tain 4g Band 1, 23 Baseball 4: Varsity "D" 3. 45 Mid Buckeye League lst String Guard 4g Parliamentary Pro- cedure 23 lst Degree F. F- A- l3 2nd Degree 2, 5. 43 Class Play 4. IDA MAIE LORENZEN f-Babel. What I must do is what con- cerns me - not what people think. General Course Honor Society 1, 2, 5. 45 Latin Club 1, Z3 News Staff 1. 2, 5, 43 Feature Editor 23 Chorus 13 Oflice 3, 43 Libra- rian 4g Intramural Sports 1, 2, 5, 43 Clarion Staff 43 Class Play 3, 43 Speech 43 Scholar- ship Team 4g Prince of Peace 5, 4, Local Winner 4. Page Eighteen Seniors JANE HARLETT f-Izzyu She ix 4 profesxional athlete al the tongue. College Course Intramural Sports 1, 2. 3. 43 Speech 43 Office 43 Bus Patrol 5, 43 Class Pla 3. 43 Latin l, 23 French 3: Clarion Star! 43 Honor Society 1, 43 News Staff 2, 5, 43 Librarian 2, 43 Chorus 1, 5: Scholarship Team 43 Roll Taker 1. JOHN KUCHERAVY. JR. "johnny" Hit hair was mouse brown with a tendency to xcamper. General Course John Marshall H. S.. Cleve- land, O. I. 2, 5: Speech 43 Clarion Staff 43 Honor So- ciety 4. HAZEL JOANN LEPLEY ,flow Some people thirxt alter fame, some alter money. but I thirst after popcorn. Commercial Course Home Economics l, 2. 43 In- tramural Sports l, 2. 5, 41 Clarion Staff 43 Roll Taker 2. JAY MORRIS "jaybird" He'.t not only plurky. He's happy-go-lucky. Industrial Course Loudonville 1, 23 Class Play 3: Clarion Staff 43 Intramural gpoits 5, 43 Ticket Taker EIIGIZNH MOXVIERY "Gene" l'n'1'I lure life very seriously. tr: have wily 4 xlmrl one. Agriculture Course Publi: Sgeaking -8: Clarion ' F Stall -6: , . A. I, 2. 5, 'ig C a.s Play 5. CAROI li RAMONA RHODES "Du.rly" A girl trim liver in Greer. Commereial Course Home Economics I. Ai: In- tramural Sports-I. 2. 5, -6: Speech 4: Clarion Staff -6: bus Patrol -1: Librarian 5. BARBARA MARIE SAPP "Barb" The slsorler ul the Iwo- Commercial Course Home Economics I. 2. 5, 41 Intramural gports l. 1. 5, 4: Clarion Sta Ai: Class Play Irompter 5. THOMAS Ii. SliVIiR NS Mlrflllli' A lmv lrnm Greer tvilb his bear! in Danville. Industrial Arts Course Band I, 3, 5. President -iz Intramural Sports l, 2, 5, vi: Latin Club lg School Patrol 5, -8: Clarion Stall 4: Class Play 5. I: Speech -I: Track 2: Varsity "D" 5. 4: ScholarshtP Team 4: Prince of Peace Con- test -1: Shakespearean Play 5: Honor Society -6. The Clarion '55 JOSEPH PIAR ..-IW.. ll worry was the onlv cause of death. be would live forever. Agriculture Course F. F. A. l. judging 2. Par- liamentary Procedure 5. -5: Intramural Sports l. 2, 5, -S: Clarion Staff -8: Second De- gree F. F. A. 2, 5, 4. SHIRLEY ANN RICE "Curly" If grades were given for bat'- mg lun. Shirley would rank ar number one. Com mereial Course C'arion Staff -5: F. H. A. rl: News Reporter 4: Intramural Sports 1, 2. 5, Captain 4: Speech -S: Cheerleader 4: Band I, Z, 5. 4: Office 5: Chorus I: Varsity "D" 4: Honor Society -i. RUTH ANN SAPP "Ruth" The taller of Ibe Iwo. Commercial Course Home Economics l. 2, -lg Speech -I: Intramural Sports l. 2. 5, 43 Clarion Stal? 4. DONALD B, SH ACKLE "Don" Alhlelitx and girlx - lJi.t muiu enjoyment in life. General Course Clarion Staff 2, 5, -lg Latin Club I: Chorus 4: Speech 43 Class Play 5. -0: Baseball I. 2. 5.-ll: Football I. 2. 5, Cap. tam 4: Varsity "D" 5, .ig Intramural Sports l, 1, 3, Captain 4: Basketball l, 2, 5, 4: Bus Patrol 2, 5, .ig Band 1, 2. Page Nineteen 'The C1arkn1'55 MARILYN ESTHER SHAFFER erlwageeu Life ufithout being "Frank" and wzfhout must: ix not life. General Course Honor Society 1, 2, 5, 41 Secretary 3: Cheerleader 1 2, 3: Clarion Staff 2, 5. 41 Varsity "D" 3, 4, Treasurer 3. 45 News Stali 2. 5, 45 Chorus 1, 5, 45 Latin Club 1, Vice-President 23 Intramural Sports 1, 2. 3, 4: Class Play 5. 45 Librarian 4g Home Ec- onomics 43 Treasurer 4: Band 4, Reporter 4: Shakespearean Play 3: Homecoming Queen 43 Scholarship Team 43 Prince of Peace 5, County Winner 3. RICH ARD STU MBAUGH ' 'Shale espeare" The Navy is fine but not for me. Agriculture Course Class President 1, Vice President 2, President 3: Intramural Sports 3, 43 Bas- ketball 1, 2g F. F. A. 3, 4: Band l, 2: Clarion Stan' 4: Class Play 5, 4. ROBERT WOLFE ffBobn Blessings on the man who invented sleep. Agricultural Course Agriculture 45 Varsity "D' Club 45 Football 43 Intra- mural Sports 4g Speech 4. Page Twenty Trinity High. Pa. 1, 2. 3: Seniors CAROL ANN SPEARMAN ' 'Bubbles " Swift as a shadow, short as a dream. Commercial Course Intramural Sports 1. 2, 3, 4g Honor Society l, 2, 3, 49 News Staff l, 2. 5, 4. Editor 5. Senior Editor 43 Latin Club 1, Z, Secretary lg Chorus 1, 4: Omce 4: Roll Taker 4: Scholarship Team 4: Honor Society Otncer 33 Speech 4: Class Play 3, 4. J. KAY WHITE ,fKay,, The tempermental type. Home Economics Course F. H. At. 1, 2. 3. 44 F. H, A. President 45 Intramural SPOIQIS l. 2, 3. 4: Speech 45 Clarion Stan' 4. MARIE WOLFORD "Squirt-wirt' ' There is but one with whom she has heart to be gay. General Course F. H. A. Club 1, 2, 43 Speech 4: Clarion Staff 45 Intramural Sports 5, 4. The Clarion '55 Senior Class President ........... .,............. ..........,..........., ..,.,. j i m Colopy Vice-President ....,, ,.,,vA..,,,. K ay Mizer- Secretary ............ .Vv..,...........,.,. ..V....,,,.. J e an Durbin Treasurer ....,.., ....,.....A.,,.......,.......,..,.,,,..... E va Banbury Class Flower ....,. . ...... White Carnation with Red Trim Class Colors ...,... ......,......,........,........ S carlet and Gray Class Motto ..............r.......,..,............ "Forward Ever, Backward Never" Last September forty students entered room 125 to become the seniors of 1955 under the supervision of Mr. Senft. Three of our classmates withdrew, Juanita Crane, Betty Doyle, and Sylvia Cagwin, and we had one new student enroll, John Kucheravy. A Christmas party was enjoyed by all on December 15, a Halloween party on October 30, also a class party on February 21. November 5th marked the annual homecoming. Our queen, Marilyn Shaffer, was chosen by the football team. For our senior attendant we chose Alma Butler. The seniors on the Honor Society were Ann Blanchard, Eva Banbury, jane Harlett, Rita Greer, Rita Elksnis, Kay Mizer, Shirley Rice, Ida Lorenzen, Marilyn Shaffer, Carol Spearman, Jean Durbin, janet Durbin, Tom Severns, and John Kucheravy. We had seven seniors in the band. They were Ann Blanchard, Marilyn Shaffer, janet Durbin, Betty Durbin, Shirley Rice, Tom Severns and Bob Beck. News staff members were Kay Mizer, Carol Spearman, Jane Harlett, Ida Lorenzen, Betty Durbin, and Eva Banbury. The boys participating in football were John D. Lauderbaugh, Charles Colopy, Carl Blubaugh, jim Colopy, and Don Shackle, and in basketball, Don Shackle. The senior cheer-leaders were janet Durbin and Shirley Rice. Varsity "D" members from the senior class were janet Durbin, Shirley Rice, Marilyn Shaffer, jim Colopy, Tom Severns, john Lauderbaugh, Don Shackle, Bob Wolfe. We wish to thank our parents and teachers for the help they have given us in making our years in D. H. S. very happy ones. jane Harlett Page Twenty-one The Clarion '55 Class H istory At this part of our Clarion we glance into the past, where, in September of 1951, we had forty-seven pupils in the freshman room under the direction of Mr. Kaylor. Later we gained Carl Blubaugh and Dale Frye. Then we lost John Barnes, who moved to Ashland. We were represented in the band by Ann Blanchard, Bob Beck, jim Colopy, Betty Durbin, janet Durbin, john Lauderbaugh, Shirley Rice, Tom Severns, Don Shackle, and Richard Stumbaugh. At the election of ollicers we selected as president, Richard Stumbaughg vice- president, jean Durbin, secretary, Betty Durbin, treasurer, Marlene McClure. The homecoming attendant for that year was Jean Durbin, and a very becom- ing attendant she was. Also during the football and basketball season we were very well represented in the cheerleading group by Marilyn Shaffer. The students who were fortunate enough to make the Honor Society were Carol Spearman, jane Harlett, Marlene McClure, Ida Lorenzen, Marilyn Shaffer, jean Durbin, Eva Banbury, and Ann Blanchard. On the newspaper staff we found Carol Spearman and Ida Lorenzen. September 3, 1952 we had seventeen boys and twenty-six girls in the sophomore room under the direction of Mr. Reese. We lost Bennie Lou Carpenter, Dorothy Logston, and Charles Harmer. We gained Fred Smith from Pennsylvania. For president that year we elected Fred Smith, vice-president, Richard Stum- baughg secretary, Mary jo Italianog treasurer, Marlene McClure. We were represented in football by Don Shackle, Charles Colopy, jerry Blubaugh, Paul Schaub, and Fred Smith. ln basketball by Richard Stumbaugh, Don Shackle, john Lauderbaugh, and jerry Blubaugh. In the band we had Bob Beck, Ann Blanchard, Betty Doyle, janet Durbin, john Lauderbaugh, Betty Durbin, Tom Severns, and Richard Stumbaugh. Again this year we found on the newspaper staff Ida Lorenzen, Carol Spearman, and two new reporters, Marilyn Shaffer and jane Harlett. Those in the Honor Society were Ida Lorenzen, Eva Banbury, Ann Blanchard, Marilyn Shaffer, Carol Spearman, Kay Mizer, jane Harlett, Richard Stumbaugh, Marlene McClure, and Shirley Rice. Our lovely attendant for the homecoming football game was Rita Elksnis. Also during the year we had two skating parties. Why did we limp around so the next day? Well, there we were as juniors. Say, the last two years sure flew. In the junior room, under the direction of Mr. Galler, were twelve boys and twenty-six girls. The boys had to step lite that year. They were out-numbered two to one. During the year we lost Mary jo Italiano, but gained jay Morris from Loudonville, Sylvia Cagwin and jean Durbin rejoined us to make forty. The results of the election for class officers found as president, Richard Stum- baughg vice-president, Ann Blanchard, secretary, Sylvia Cagwin, treasurer, Kay Mizer. Kay, also, was our attractive attendant to the queen at our homecoming football game. In football again we had Don Shackle, Charles Colopy, john Lauderbaugh, and Paul Schaub, That year Don Shackle was on the basketball squad. fContinued on page 385 Page Twenty-two The Clarion 55 We Predict Crash! Bang! Get the gate open, St. Peter! They're coming in a hurry! Charles Colopy and john Lau erbaugh have just ended their earthly careers as Auto Dare Devils. The class of '55 are now all assembled in Paradise. Let's see what they've done on earth to earn their heavenly reward. Don Shackle was a barber on earth and now supervises the clipping of angels' wings. Rita Greer became President of the American Beauticians' Association and has charge of the Heavenly Hair Styles. Eva Banbury accounted for herself very well as an elementary teacher. She was a little superstitutious, though, and went around knocking on "wood" in the very early part of er life. Bob Beck was Knox County Soil Planner until he tried to lay out some strips on too steep a mountain. john Kucheravy was a famous violinist - You know, one of those long hairs. jay Morris owned a fleet of trucks and hauled limburger cheese for the government. We think this was illegal, though, it was kind of a smelly deal. The world's foremost baby doctor was Ann Blanchard. She gained the distinction of having delivered 5000 babies. Richard Stumbaugh made the Navy his career. He became an admiral and had a battleship named after him. . Lulu Chapman was a famous cartoonist. One of her comic strips was the "Little Lulu" series. One of the best stenographers in the world was Carol Spearman. She was private secretary to the President of the United States. She received an award from the American Secretaries' Association for taking dictation at the rate of 150 words per minute. Marilyn Shaffer played piano for the New York Philharmonic Orchestra and is now playing the organ for the Heavenly Choir. joe Piar took over Peter Tumbledown's farm and raised it up a little. Carole Rhodes and Hedge Jarvis were famous ballroom dancers and opened a studio to turn out professionals. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Mowery iMarie Wolfordl ran a sheep ranch. They developed a new type of sheep that grew nylon instead of wool. That was a sheep!! You've all heard of Carl Blubaugh, the great artist, haven't you? His paintings were considered better than Rembrandt's. Ruth and Barbara Sapp put the Ohio Bell Telephone Company out of business with their Sapp System. They did very well till one of them caught her finger in the plug. What a shock! Pennsylvania is considered very good country for Wolfes. Bob and Alma CButlerb did very well turning out little Wolfes. You heard of the doodle-de-boop. Joann Lepley and Norrita Colopy invented it and made a fortune manufacturing the article. Kay White was a nurses' aid until she got tired of being ordered around. Then she started a training school for nurses' aids and ordered other girls around. jimmy Colopy took over the Willow Brook Dairy Farm. His pal, and mate, Kay Mizer, developed a milker for him that .needed no washing. janet Durbin was as close to Heaven as any of us during her life. She was the head stewardess for the Pan American Airlines. Betty Durbin was greatly attracted by men in uniform. So much so that she became a cook at Fort Bragg, North Carolina. I wonder who else was at Fort Bragg. jean Durbin was lucky enough to marry into nobility. She and her "Earl" got along fine. jane Harlett was a registered nurse. She received the mortician's prize for contributing the most to the undertakers in one year. Rita Elksnis was a "Workman" for the "Dean" of her household-very satisfied with it too. The award for the model family of the year went to Ramona and Glen Hall and their five children in 1970. Ah! the patter of little feet! Shirley Rice hasn't joined us yet. She's reluctant to leave her earthly job as a secretary for the Drake, Drake, and Duck law firm. Could it be she has some influence on the boss? As for us, the less said the better. We had a good time on earth but - Ida, jack, and Tom Page Twenty three The Clarion '55 Last Will mul Testament Eva Banbury - Her position as editor of the Clarion to whoever may be lucky enough to get the job. Bob Beck - His "sharp" Cheve Truck to Jim Hashman. Have fun! Ann Blanchard - Her jokes to Elizabeth and Mary Sue Jameson. Carl Blubaugh - His "hot rod" Ford to Helen Fesler and Sheila Durbin. Not too fast, Helen. Alma Butler - Her bashfulness to Bonnie Italiano. Lulu Chapman - Her quick snappy voice to Lanny Parrish and Jim Loney. Charles Colopy - His dates with out-of-town girls to Leon Blubaugh. Jim Colopy - His "Holstein" cows to George Myers and Dick Gardner. Norrita Colopy - Her sister to Paul Durbin. Betty Durbin - Her interest in the Air Force to Mariam Payne. Janet Durbin - Her cheerleading letter to Martha Mickley. Rita Elksnis - Her accent to Rosalie Schaub. Rita Greer - Her long, dark, brown hair to Sue Joyce Mills. Jack Hall - His girls at Loudonville to Dick Butts and Keith Armstrong, but just try and get them. Jane Harlett - Her gift of gab to Mary Ellen Piar. Hedge Jarvis - His class ring to Jeanette Randles. John Kucheravy - His comb to Diana Cornell. John D. Lauderbaugh - His eagerness to get water melons fresh out of the patch to Harold Wolford. "Careful Boys." Joanne Lepley - Her smallness to Raymond Vess. Ida Lorenzen - Her ability to argue in English class to Dean Nichols. Kay Mizer - Her milk-bucket to Irene Scholes. Jay Morris - His limburger cheese to whoever the UNLUCKY person might be. Gene Mowery - His trips to some house in the lower end of town to Raymond Bell. Joe Piar - His position in the senior class to Dorothy Trego. Carole Rhodes - Her life in Greer to Emma Jean Burgett. Shirley Rice - Her trips to Florida to Larry Shrimplin. Barbara Sapp - Her neatness and attendance at school to Merl Hall. Ruth Sapp - Her bashful ways to Janie Zimmerman. Tom Severns - His trips out to the west edge of town to Larry Grassbaugh. Don Shackle - His girl friends to Leon Blubaugh. Marilyn Shaffer - Her Frank-ness to Mary Anna Tracy. Carol Spearman - Her hand shaking ability to Norma Jean McMillan. Dick Stumbaugh - His 4 mo. in the navy to Lyle Lyons. Bob Wolfe - His naps in Sth period study hall to Peggy Ridgway. Kay White -- Her rides in a red convertible to Doris Nyhart and Nancy Beck. Marie Wolford - Her rides in a "Cheve" to Linda Scott. Ramona Hall - Since I don't want to give "My Man" or "My Rings" away, I'll just wish Patty McElroy the same luck in her future marriage. Jean Durbin - About the only thing I can think of that I don't want is my sister KHAU and I'll give her to Dave Colopy. AS A WHOLE: Seniors - Their Home Room to the Juniors. Juniors - Their "Orneriness" to the Sophomores. Sophomores - Their Atheletic Ability to the Freshmen. Freshmen - Their first year in High School to the Eighth Grade. Jean Durbin and Ramona Hall Page Twenty-four The Clarion '55 Ode to the Seniors Here is our editor, Eva Banbury, She's a busy brunette, and always so merry. Charles Colopy drives a dark red Ford, And always likes Sarah to climb aboard. Here's our little Lulu, with stazure quite small, Cute freckles, brown hair, and a temper big and tall! Jean Durbin in her modest, sweet way, W.ll soon persuade Earl to name the day. jack Hall is interested in the wild, wild, west, But we think he really likes Rosie the best. A clever nurse our jane will be, And from her patients collect many a fee. Shy and sweet, as pretty as can be, That's Alma Butler, she suits Bob to a T. Those Wolfes from Pennsylvania sure are tough, Bob never gives up, though the goin' gets rough. Betty Durbin, a tall, good-looking brunette, With her giggle and charm will get her way, we bet. Black-haired Joann is fun, and oh so quiet, She gets along fine, and never causes a riot. Hedge Jarvis has very little to say, But speaks his piece about once a day. Norrita Colopy sets many a snare, ' For lots of fellows, with her long red hair. A cheerful fellow is H. Robert Beck, He gets into trouble by the peck, by Heck! Janet Durbin is spicy, with fellows in tow, For a date with her, you'll line up in a row. Ann plays first trumpet in the band, And does that Blanchard think she's grand! A lover, Eugene, sits at the Senior's back table, He'll soon tie the knot with a girl, willing and able. Carol Spearman, small, mighty, and neat, Has won loads of friends, an many a feat. Rita Elksnis, with accent and spirit so bright, Will probably raise turkeys sometime in her life. john Kucheravy's a pretty smart guy, He never lets a chance to talk get by. Tall, friendly, and always laughing, that's our Kay, And we wouldn't have that Mizer any other way. john D. Laudetbaugh is "innocent and sweet," Not backward in sports or in the back seat. Nice to us all, that's Ruth Sapp, and she may Be a farmerette or housewife somewhere along the way. Tom Severns goes for a blonde in a heap big way, He's tall, friendly, smart, and in our mem'ries will stay. A good natured friend is Rita K. Greer, Blessed with a lovely voice, easy on the ear. T he real gay president of our class is Jimmy Colopy. A l'uture Farmer of America this lad is goin' to be. All "Rhodes" lead to Glenmont, so Carole believes, She prefers fun to studies, and never once grieves. Here's another janet, janet Kay that is, Loaded full of pep, and is that White a whiz! jay Morris is quite a truck driver, a real cowboy, Hauling anything from "soup to limberger," he will enjoy. Marie has her future planned, as you can see, A wife and a Mowery is what she's going to be. A kind of easy goin' guy, is our friend Joe Piar, Whenever there's school work to do, he always seems to tire. Here's an industrious, hard working gal, Cute Barbara Sapp, she's everyone's pal. Richard tried the Navy and now he's back at school. We're glad to have that Stumbaugh here, we think he's pretty cool! Ramona with her pony tail is liked by all the class, Glen Hall, with whom she spends her time, has roped this bonnie lass. A real cool cat is that crazy Don Shackle, Any girl, any sport, he is willing to tackle. Letters to Ohio U. our Shirley Rice does send, She cheers our team, and, every slumber party will atten . Carl Blubaugh likes a certain Howard irl, That cheerleader surely has him in a whirl. Here's Tom's girl, that cute Ida Maie, An honor student, too, and that "speech" will probably say. thy Marilyn? I'd like to pay tribute to Marilyn, my frien', She's a genius at the piano or with a pen. fby Idal And this is the class of '55, Full of life and lots of jive! Keats and Shelley Page Twenty-five 5 VD n 0 .1 I M C e h T Esnm-E ,NE-4 A-Saas 250 has 'Bm-:NE On out BED: AUM M-MES nag- M REM OH no-Did! 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Marie Wolford ......A... Bob Wolfe .......... Mr. Parker ......... Mr. Senft ......... Mr. Galler ,...... Mr. Reese ........ Mr. Nugent ......... Mr. O'Brien ....... Mrs. Harlett ....... Mrs. jameson ........, Mrs. Lepley ......... Helen Durbin ........ The Clarion '55 Can You Imagine? not getting into mischief without a joke in a hurry being tall and over nourished not attending the Howard basketball games having Guernsey cows with a blond feathercut not giggling missing a ball game . not riding in a Hudson without her "Dean" with straight hair not teasing without her Glen and her rings speechless talking too much not having his say in everything getting to school on time being a tall blond .. .....,.,,....... without a temper not laughing crooning love songs an ofiicer making an arrest for speeding without a "lucky" disliking Glenmont without her pep . not being shy flirting with the boys liking a redhead not having trouble with his girl friends driving a Ford being a quiet old maid with a perfect attendance record watching an argument without her "Gene" not taking a daily nap raising pigs doing the Charleston a lover of hillbilly music teaching music without a smile without his "remarks" not cutting up with the seniors playing in the band not worrying about small details spending her noon hour at school Betty Durbin and Shirley Rice Page Twenty-seven The Clarion '55 JANUARY John Kucheravy ................. ..... FEBRUARY Carol Spearman ................ ..... Ida Lorenzen ................,.. John Lauderbaugh .,.,..... Marie Wolford ........,,. MARCH Jack Hall .................,........... ..... Barbara Sapp ..,....,.. Arm Blanchard ........ Eva Banbury ........ APRIL Jean Durbin ..,...,,,,..,....,.,.. ...,, Kay White ...,..,... Ramona Hall .i.... Joe Piar .....,,...,.. Betty Durbin ....,. Alma Butler ..... MAY Ruth Sapp .........,.......,... Jane Harlett ............... JUNE Charles Colopy ..,..,...., Page Twenty-eight Birthdays JULY Shirley Rice .,..,.,........ Rita Greer .,....,,. Don Shackle .....,...,.. Marilyn Shaffer ............. AUGUST Janet Durbin .....,........... Carole Rhodes .........,..... Richard Stumbaugh .,.,..,. Joann Lepley ...,...,.....,.,. Hedge Jarvis ............. Lulu Chapman ...,.... Bob Wolfe ..,..................... SEPTEMBER Kay Mizer .,...,,..,..........,...., Norrita Colopy ....,. Tom Severns .........r.......... OCTOBER Eugene Mowery .....,..r,v.,,.. NOVEMBER Rita Elksnis ..........,..,.,...... DECEMBER Bob Beck ............................ Jay Morris ....... Jim Colopy ..,........... Carl Blubaugh .,..,... The Clarion '55 Baccalaureate Service May 22, 1955 Danville High School Auditorium 8:15 P. M. Processional ..............................,.....,.....,.,,..........,..................... Instrumental Ensemble Invocation ......v..,...v ...... R ev. Wm. johnson Scripture Lesson ........ ...... R ev. Robert Hoover Sermon ............... ........... R ev. john Graham Music ............... ....v.. I nstrumental Ensemble Benediction ........ ..,......... R ev. D. A. Morris Commencement Exercises May 26, 1955 Danville High School Auditorium 8:15 P. M. Music .,...... ................,..........i.............................,............,. I nstrumental Ensemble Invocation ....... Rev. Charles Monninger Salutatory .,..... ...... ....... A n n Blanchard Valedictory ................ Music: Piano Solo .,...... Talk .........,.....,,,..,... Class Will ....... Music .....,............ Class Address .......,. Music ............,......................,.....,. Announcement of Class Honors ..,... Presentation of Class ...........,...... Ida Lorenzen Marilyn Shaffer james Colopy Eva Banbury Instrumental Ensemble Mr. Gerald B. Stahly Lancaster, Ohio Clarinet Quartet Supt. A. B. Parker Prin. D. F. Senft Presentation of Diplomas ......... ...,,.....,.,.......,.. M r. C. D. Blubaugh President of Board of Education Benediction ...... ...........,....,... R ev. Hubert Rubeck Page Twenty-nine The Clarion '55 FIRST ROW, L. to R.: Elizabeth Jameson, Sheila Durbin, Mary Sue jameson. Linda Scott, Mary Tracy, jane Zimmerman, Patty McElroy, joyce Mizer, Norma McMillan, Diana Cornell. SECOND ROW: Martha Mickley, Sue Mills. Doris Nyhart, Mary Piar, Rosalie Scliaub, Bonnie Italiano. Maritim Payne, Mary Scholes, Helen Fesler, Nancy Beck, Jeanette Randles, Dorothy Treao. THIRD ROW: Keith Armstrong, Merl Hall, Leon Blubaugh, Lyle Lyons, David Colopy, Lanny Parrish, Paul Durbin, jim Hashman, Harold Wfolford, George Myer. FOURTH ROW: Raymond Bell, jim Loney, Larry CiI'3SSl7ZllljlIl, Mr. Caller, Raymond Vess, Larry Slirimplin. Absent Emma Burgett, Dick Butts, Dick Everhart, Dick Gardner, Dean Nichols, Peggy Ridgeway. junior Class On September 7th, 1954, forty-three students enrolled in the junior class under the direction of Mr. William Galler. Since then two more students have joined the class, Carroll Shults, who attended school here before, and Dick Gardner, who was absent for a long period of illness. Peggy Ridgway was the junior attendant to the football queen, and Sue Mills and Mariam Payne were varsity cheerleaders. Leon Blubaugh, Joyce Mizer, Raymond Vess, Martha Mickley, Irene Scholes, Helen Fesler, Mary Tracy, Elizabeth jameson, Diana Cornell, Sue Mills and jim Hashman were members of the Honor Society. News stalf members were Diana Cornell, Elizabeth jameson, Joyce Mizer, Mary Sue jameson, Helen Fesler, Bonnie Italiano, Emma Burgett, and Mary Tracy. Larry Grassbaugh and Dick Gardner were the only basketball players from our class. Lanny Parrish, Lyle Lyons, David Colopy and Raymond Bell were on the football team. lContinued on page 587 Page Thirty The Clarion '55 Sophomore Class There were forty-eight students in the sophomore class on the first day of school, with Mr. Reese and Mr. Nugent as the home room teachers. Janice Akins withdrew at the middle of the year. Officers were: President ....w.,.,,,. ,.,,,i. D on Lifer Vice-President ..... ....... I Ioanne Smith Secretary ..oo....... ,..,,,.,..,... P atty Farmer Treasurer ..... ,.,,,.,,,.,.,..i ,....,,,...................,.,,..,,..,,,.,,,. M a rcella Yearous The following played basketball: varsity - Glen Turney, Larry Cline, Carl Wcmrkman, juris Klavins, Don Lifer, Bob Durbin, and john Durbin, reserves - Paul Sapp, Paul Cagwin, Dick Armstrong, and Charles Bywaters. Those on the football team were juris Klavins, Carl Workman, Ron Shackle, Larry Cline, Larry Riley, john Durbin and Bob Durbin. Margie Mann FIRST RUXV, l,, ui R.: lim Nc-iderlmuse-r, Fred Myer, Patty Wfhitc, jnnite Akins. lncz jzirvis, Mary lngstiiix, IRL-.itiur lfrslci, Linda Srnziil. Delores Durbin, Mary livcrhnrl, Gary Arinstwnu, Pliiliiw firunihakr-r. NIE! UND ROXV: Dirk Arnistrnng, jiialnnr: Smith, Marcella Ycurous. Alice Meehan. Patty Farmer, Betty l.oney. llnm lilksnis, jocllzi Miller. ll-ilnet Zollnrs, Mary Sfllllllh, Marjorie Munn. .lark Deviire. I'lIIRl7 ROXY: jams Rcxnis. jim clfelhnger, Hob Dcviire, Dale Dcvorc. Paul Llgwiii, l'.lul Sapp. Bud Shniklc. limb llnrlvin, john Durbin. lf0llll'l'll RUXV: Mr. Nugent, jim Hzlrlutl. Bob Mrflinnell. Llniries llywiltris. jim XVclv:r, Glenn Turney, Fmricix Kinlicmvy, juris Kliwinx. Larry Cline. George Dcvurc. l..lrry Riley, K.1lil XVoi'kin11n, Mr. Reese. Absent: Dun l.rlcv, Jllillllf.lpl4L1fi3CXiliL'. Page Thirty-one The Clarion '55 FIRST -ROW, L. to R.: Mary Blubaugh, Sheila Wforkman. Jean Smith. Judy Gardner. Patty Riley. Sandra Strlngfellow, Betty Strouse, Rosemary Butler, Wanna Carr, Judy Young, Kate Colopy, Linda Durbin. Dorothy Loney, Ellen Jane Nyhart. Barbara Mizer. SECOND ROW: Ellen Frazee, June Carr. Linda Hammond, Marilyn Banbury, Joyce Cngwin, Linda McElroy, Cora Blubaugh. Lucille Ferenbaugh, Rose Finan, Iva McClain, Mary Ellen Stunts, Sarah Sapp. Elaine Edgar. THIRD ROXV: Larr Snively, Keith Beck, Dirk Loney. Clair Richert, Maiia Podneiks, Gretchen Mavis, Francis Vance, Joy Laudlerbau h, Charles Durbin, Gordon Frost. David Myer. FOURTH ROW: Bob Riffeway, Bill Franco, Bob Shultz, Louis Gillespie, Bill Neiderhouser, Harold Mickley, Martin Koons, Joe Banbury. FIFTH RCJW: Bob Piar, Bob Davis, Mr. O'Brien, Charles Treen, Paul Devore, Mr. Nugent. Absent Jerry Brown. Evelyn Doyle, Freshman C lass On September 7, 1954, fifty-four students were enrolled in the freshman class, under the supervision of Mr. O'Brien and Mr. Nugent. The class officers elected were: President .,..................,,......... .... H arold Mickley Vice-President .... .... L ouis Gillespie Secretary ..i..... ..... B arbara Mizer Treasurer ,,,.,,,..,...................,.............................,.,..,i.............. Larry Riley Our class was well represented in football by Harold Mickley, Joe Banbury, and Marty Koons. Those participating in basketball were Charles Durbin, Harold Mickley, Louis Gillespie, Marty Koons, Keith Beck, Bob Ridgway, and Larry Snively. There were eighteen members from our class in the band and fourteen students in the Honor Society. Jeannie Smith Page Thirty-two The Clarion '55 Eighth Grade The eighth grade class consists of forty-nine pupils, seventeen girls and thirty-two boys. Ten pupils are in Mr. Ba11's room and thirty-nine are under Mr. McMi1lan's supervision. The class elected the following officers: President ..................,......,,.,,..Y...,,,.Yu..... ..,.. B ob Miller Vice-President ..... ..., P aul Boling Secretary ..,w...,.. ....... S arah Bell Treasurer .tt.,,,,,,ti.,,........,....,....,.........,...........,....................,. Tom Dvorak The class sponsored a candy sale in which half of the proceeds was given to the March of Dimes. Sarah Bell and Carol Crow were chosen from the class to be junior high cheerleaders. The class was well represented in junior high sports. r jean Gardner FIRST ROXXC l,. In R.: Mike Tracy. Lonnie Stull. Eddie Banbury, Betty Morris, Gladys Devnre. Juanita Devnre. Canal Lrnw, Connie llagans. Sarah Bell. Ruse liranko, Suellen Stnrhler, Fred Sunlrnerlleld, Leo Mifkley, Gary Durhin. SIZLOND ROW: joe Hlnlmuglm, Curtis Blnhanglm, Paul Ruling. Amly Wleinger, jane Holland, Jean Gardner, Denise XVnlford, Helen Sparenga, Marilyn Greer, Alice Farmer, Connie Mizer, Lanty Jarvis, Harry Cha man. THIRD ROXV: Tom Dvorak. flement Bluhauglm, Alvin Keener. Gary Hughes, Ronnlyi Zimmerman, Bob qVisc. Nancy Hunt, Sue Grassbauuh. Kenneth XVilsnn, Leland Znllars. Glen Ilurgett, erhert Gardner. FOURTH ROVU: Huh Landis. linger Baker, john Xllfnlle, Gary Moreland, Mr. MrMillan, Mr. Ball, Stanton Barnes, Bob Miller, Merl Huffman, Alva Burgett. Page Thirty-three The Clarion '55 FIRST ROW, I.. to R.: Clinton I.ybarger, Robert Wiirkiiian, Calvin Porter, Delilah Shultz. Betty Davis, Teresa Blubaugh, Lucy Blubaugh. Marv Ann Mizer, Marlene McMillan, Sharon Smith, Kay Smith, Rebecca Ridgeway, Lavern Frazee, Perry liverhart, Eugene Thompson. SECOND ROXV: rlim Schaub, Darwin Wiiiinls. jim Myer, Kenny Durhin, Thelma Doyle, Cindy Smitley, Norma Taylor, Kath een Smziil. Carrie Xllfolford, Janice Singer, Maija Sakne, Martha Piar, Jerry Cline, Wfade Gillespie, Henry Chapman. THIRD ROW? Lynn Lyons, Larry Iauderbaugli, Roger Sloan, Bill Banbury. Rebecca Moore. janet Leach, Sandra Mickley. Sally Banbury, Carmen Durbin, Kay Hammond, Beverly Ridgeway, Bonnie Slirimplin, Robert Kcener, Homer Blubaugh. FOURTH ROXV: Dick Mavis. Thurman Bywaters, Glen Chapman, joe Durbin. Doug Durbin, Danny W'olIord, Mike Blubaugh, Larry Hashman, Bill Staats, Harold Huggins, john Nordyke, Ben Turbervillc, Mr. Smithhisler. Seventh Grade The 1954-55 school year began with fifty-four students, twenty-four girls and thirty boys, under the supervision of Mr. Smithhisler and Mr. Ball. john Nordyke was the only classmate that withdrew this year. Members in the senior band were Darwin Woods, Clinton Lybarger, janet Leach, Larry Lauderbaugh, Kay Hammond, jerry Cline and Glenn Chapman. Doug Durbin, Kenneth Durbin, Clinton Lybarger, Lynn Lyons, Dick Mavis, Robert Workman and Darvin Woods were on the junior high basketball team and Beverley Ridgway and Sally Banbury were chosen junior high cheerleaders. Officers were as follows: ' President i,i..............,..i. .,,.... T Om Cllne Vice-President ....... Doug Durbin Secretary ,,,,i,,, .,,............. D iCk Mavis Treasurer .,.., Robert Workman Sally Banbury Page Thirty-four The Clarion '55 Sixth Grade Class Class officers: President t. . ,7.,w. Anita Spearman Vice-President , ,, ..... Mary Lee Ridgway Secretary , ., . ...., Bonnie Coflield Treasurer .,.A. ,,Y,, ,...,r....,rr,rr,,,,,, P e te Durbin Reporter ...,,...,.... .........,.,,....e.,,,.Ye.. M argaret Chapman Patrol Captains ...,,,ee,,,,.,ee,,,,,,e,.,........ Henry Nyhart and james Drake Band members: judy Cline, Carolyn Banbury and Carol Peterson. All students are members of the school patrol. Mr. Gore FIRST RUXV. I., to R.: llarhara Summerfield. Phyllis Hell, Marilyn Hoagland, Mary jane liluhaugh. Marie Hoyle. l,ois Hohng, Margaret liinan, Rose Marie Colon . janet Anderson, XVently l.int, Deanna Frazee. Anita Spearman, Sli! UND ROXV: Henry Nyhart. Emont Smails, biivrma Taylnr, Bobbv Blubaugh, Pauline Smail, Peggy Banbury, larolyn Banbury. Shirley Troyrr, Mary K. Brumbaugh, Linda Millx, Sharon flolopy, Dianne Staats. liilccn Sparc-m.ga. THIRD ROXV: Ralph folopy, Howard Vantc, Pete Durbin. Eunitv: Taylor. Carol Peterson. judy Cline. Kay Durbin. Ruth lllnlmugh, Ivlargarut W'orltman. Violet Thorp. Mary Lee Ridgway, Evelyn Payne. Anne Hughes, Betty W'liitL', lf0llR'l'H ROXV: Peter Remix. Danny Durbin, john Durbin. Leonard Vance. Paul Cornell, Bonnie Lotiicld, Delores llutlur, Norma Lartcr. Eddy Farmer, Donald Porter, Bobby Neiderhouser, jimmy Harmcr. lfllill-l RUXV: Albert XVeaver. Marvin XY'orlcman. Clyde Hoagland. james Drake, Charles Smith, XVayne Pigman. jnnmy May, Carroll Richcrt, Mike Haganx, Bobby Holt, Donivan Switzer. Gordnn Hughett. Mrs. Edgar and Mr, Gore. Page Thirty-five OI. BUILDING HO SC TARY NVILLE ELEMEN 'C Q new-W ' I C' E ELEMENTARY ST EDEN! LL NVI DA The Clarion '55 CLASS HISTORY fContinued from page 221 The band members were the same as the previous year. They were Bob Beck, Ann Blanchard, Tom Severns, Betty Doyle, Betty Durbin, janet Durbin, Shirley Rice, and jim Colopy. We were ably represented on the news staff again by Marilyn Shaffer, Jane Harlett, Carol Spearman, Ida Lorenzen, and Eva Banbury. The members in the Honor Society were Eva Banbury, Ann Blanchard, Marilyn Shaffer, Carol Spearman, Ida Lorenzen, Shirley Rice, janet Durbin, Kay Mizer, and those initiated into the club were Rita Elksnis and Sylvia Cagwin. During the year, to raise money for the Junior-Senior Banquet, we sponsored a magazine drive. Being very successful, we were the first class to receive a trophy for selling 8500.00 worth of subscriptions. At the junior-Senior Banquet the girls finally wore that formal they had dreamed of for so long. Also, we had a skating party. That time not so many limps. We are now in our last year of school. We've worked hard along the way, but we've had fun, too. Now we are thinking about and planning for the future and whatever it may bring. Carole Rhodes JUNIOR CLASS fContinued from page 303 The junior class gave the Junior-Senior Prom and the junior Class Play. The class sponsored two dances after games in order to raise funds for the banquet. junior class ofiicers were: President .......,..........,...... ........,,.. L yle Lyons Vice-President ......... ...................... S ue Mills Secretary ....,......,.. ..., ...,. E l izabeth jameson Treasurer ,,.,...,.,.,.........,......................,.,............,.....,.......... Raymond Bell Band members were Joyce Mizer, Raymond Bell, and jim Hashman. Diana Cornell was a majorette in the band. Page Thirty-eight Th C1 Actizfitief The Clarion '55 FIRST ROXW, I., to R.: Sall Banbury, jean Smith, Mary Tracy, janet Durbin, Bob Beck, Eva Banbury, Shirley Rice, Carol Spearman, Lulu Chapman. SECOND ROW: jean Gardner, Barbara Sapp, Betty Durbin, Ann Blanchard, jean Durbin, Mr. Senft, Marilyn Shaffer, Ramona Hall, Nnrrita Colopy, Alma Butler, Marjorie Mann. THIRD ROW: john Kucheravy, joann Lepley. Kay White, Carole Rhodes, Ruth Sapp, Rita Greer, jane I-larlett, La Rerta Paazif, Rita Elksnis, Charles Colopy, jim Colopy. FOURTH ROXV: hedge jarvis, joe Piar, john D. Lauderbaugh, Carl Blubaugh, Bob XX'olfe. C lmfion Editor ,,,.,,,,,,,,a, ,,,,,,a,,,,,.,....,,,,...... E va Banbury Ass't. Editors .,,,,,,. Ann Blanchard, Rita Elksnis Business Manager ....,..,..........,......,.,.... Bob Beck Asslt. Business Managers ,..... ..... j im Colopy, Don Shackle Circulation Manager .....,.......,,. .,,,. j ay Morris Ass't. Circulation Managers .,,........,.. joe Piar, Hedge jarvis School Calendar ..,.. ..c., C arol Spearman Senior Class ....,, ..i.......,,....,.... j ane Harlett jokes ....a,...... ,.....,,..,.............. j anet Durbin, Barbara Sapp, Kay White Class Poem ...... Ida Lorenzen, Marilyn Shaffer Class Will jean Durbin, Ramona Hall Can You Imagine ....,..i.,....,...,..... Betty Durbin, Page Forty Shirley Rice, Lulu Chapman Sldj? Class Prophecy .....,..,.,..............,.. Ida Lorenzen, Tom Severns, jack Hall Athletics ........ Bob Wolfe, john Lauderbaugh, Charles Colopy, Don Shackle, jim Colopy Alumni .,...........,.......... Kay Mizer, Rita Greer, Carl Blubaugh, Ruth Sapp Snapshots .,.. Eugene Mowery, john Kucheravy Typists .....................,..,..... Norrita Colopy, Marie Wolford, joann Lepley junior Class .........,.,..,......,.l...... Bonnie Italiano Sophomore Class ...,... .,.. M arjorie Mann Freshman Class ....., ,,,... j ean Smith Eighth Grade ....., .... j ean Gardner Seventh Grade ..... ...... S ally Banbury Sixth Grade ...,.., .......,,. M r. Gore The Clarion '55 Newspaper Stag Twenty-eight high school students served on the news staff of the School Parade. Each new member wrote news stories for a tryout period of one month. The School Parade is a weekly sheet of high school news which is published in the Danville Times. The editors were as follows: Editor-in-chief .,,.,,,,,ee., ,,e..,Y. Linda Smail Senior Editor ..,. . ,... Carol Spearman Feature Editor ..., ,..s, B onnie Italiano Sports Editor ..............,......,.,,.,...,,,.,.,,e.e,..,e.............,...,,,.,.,.,,VY. Don Lifer The staff served food at a ball game and sponsored a successful Harvest dance to raise money for their annual spring trip. Members who had been on The School Parade Staff for two years received pins. The newspaper staff wishes to thank Mrs. jameson for her patience and assistance during the year. Betty Durbin FIRST ROXY. I.. to R.: Mary Sue jameson. Mary 'Ili'at'y. liaxhara Min.-I, -loannt Fmitlr. Nutty Durbin. Linda Slllilll, farol Spa-airnan. jane Harlvlt. Marilyn Shallc-r. lila I.-u'unLccn, lillzahctlw jamemn. Sli! UND ROXV: Janis Resins, Bob Iwlciunnell, llmma liurgctt, Cana lilubaugll. Helen licslcr, Mrs. jameson. Kay lvl1zL'r,lgoytu Mrzer. lrrcttlwn Mavis. Kilt-n Turncy, Dun I.il't-r. THIRD ROXV: use Flnan. Patty XVhite. Delores Durbin. Bonnie Italiano, Eva lianlwury. Diana Cornell, Elaine lidgar. Page Forty-one The Clarion '55 FIRST ROXV, I.. to R.: jim Hashman, Janis Rc-snis, Bob Mcffunnell. Don I.iIer, hlarty Koons, Raymond Voss. Lcou Illuhaugh. 'Ilum Stxerns, -john Kuchcravy. SIQKOND ROXV: Dc-Ions Durbin, Linda Smail, janet Durbin, Alice Meehan, Rita Elksuis, Mrs. Harlctt, Ann Blanchard, Kay Mizcr, Shirley Rice, Rita Greer. Ida Lorenzen. Diana Cornell. THIRD ROXV: Mary Iiverhart, joauuc- Smith. Eva Banbury. Linda McElroy, janet Zollars. Irene Stholcs, Heh-u Fcslcr. Maija I'-idnicks, Gretchen Mavis, Joyce Mizer. Marjorie Mann. jean Durbin, Martha Miaklcy. Patty Riley, Marilyn Shallcr, jane Hallett. Patty Wfhite. FOURTH ROXV: Carol SPtflI'lTI.lI1, jutly Young, Barbara Mizcr, Inez Jarvis, Beatrice Feslcr, Br-tty I,uuc-y. Marx' Staats. Rose Fluaxx. Iilllahctlu jameson. jean Smith, Mary 'I'i:1cy. ,Ioclla Miller, Clora Blubaugh, Sue Mills. Sheila Xxvtifkllltlll, Elaine Iitlgax. H mzor Society In September of 1954 Mrs. Harlett, advisor, and the Honor Society met to elect ofhcers. Those elected were: President ,,,A,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,r...ri.. Ann Blanchard Vice-President .,.. .t,,,,, K ay Mizer Secretary ,,,,,,,,, ..,, R ita Elksnis Treasurer ,,,,r,r,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.ir,...,..,.,,.,.,..,,,.,,,,.,i......,.............. Alice Meehan On February 16, 1955, twenty-five new members were thoroughly initiated, and that evening everyone enjoyed a supper, which was followed by entertainment. Those initiated were: Cora Blubaugh, Rose Finan, Elaine Edgar, Joyce Cagwin, Marty Koons, Gretchen Mavis, Barbara Mizer, Maija Podneiks, Patty Riley, Jean Smith, Mary Staats, Sheila Workman, Judy Young, Linda McElroy, Bob Mc- Connell, joella Miller, Don Lifer, Patty White, Irene Scholes, Raymond Vess, Martha Mickley, Rita Greer, Tommy Severns, Shirley Rice, and john Kucheravy. The group had a spring picnic which was enjoyed by everyone. Kay Mizer Page Forty-two The Clarion '55 Latin C lub The twenty-six members of the Latin Club had four regular meetings during the year, with a program and a recreation period. The group presented an assembly program in December and had their third annual Roman Banquet in May. The officers were: President ,,,....,.,r, ,,,,,, L arry Cline Vice-President ,,,., ,,,,. G lenn Turney Secretary ,.r....... .,,. G retchen Mavis Treasurer ,,.. .... D on Lifer SliA'I'IiD, I. .tn R.: lganet Zullars, Linda Smail, Mary Fverlmrt, joanne Smith, Barbara lVIi7CT, Mary Ellen Staats, mira Hlnlsaugh, use Finan. FIRST STANDING ROXV: Ine7 jarvit, Linda Hammond, Larry Cline, Mrs. jameson, Glenn Turney, Gretchen Mavis. Elaine Edgar. Betty Lnney. SECOND STANDING ROXXI: David Myer, Charles Tr:-en, juris Klavins, Janis Resnis, Paul Cagwin, Martin Koons, Charles Hywaters. Gurdon Frost. jimmy Neiderhnuser, Fred Myer. Page Forty-three The Clarion '55 4 FIRST ROW, L. to R.: Sue Mills, ganet Durbin, john Durbin, Larry Shrimplin, Bob W'olfe, Jim Colopy, Don Shackle, Larry Cline, Carl Wor man, Shirley Rice, Patty White. SECOND ROW? Mr. O'Brien. Gary Armstrong, Linda Scott, Marilyn Shaller, Mariam Payne, Larry Riley, Harold Mickley, Raymond Bell, Bob Durbin, Lyle Lyons, jim Loney, Harold XVoll'ord, Mr. Nugent. THIRD ROW: jim Neiderhouser, Juris Klavins, Dave Colopy, Tom Scvcrns, Don Lifer, Hedge jarvis, Dick Gardner, Paul Durbin, Lanny Parrish, joe Banbury. Varsity "D" A variety of projects occupied the attention of Varsity "DH in its first full year since being reactivated. During football season all Alumni varsity members were invited to a dinner and football game, the affair being a surprise in honor of Mr. "Cy" Senft. Most valuable player awards were presented in football and basketball, with Charles Colopy the football winner, and the basketball played still unannounced. Varsity "DU pins were ordered by all those eligible, concessions were served at various affairs, and, all in all, the group feels that it has been a very successful year. The officers for the year were: President ........................,,,.......... .... L arry Grassbaugh Vice-President .... ............... L yle Lyons Secretary ..,,.... .,............ S ue Mills Treasurer ,,,,,..,.........,..,,,,,.,.................... ................... ..... M a rilyrl Shaffer Mr. O'Brien and Mr. Nugent served as advisers. Bob Wolfe Page Forty-four Libmifimzs The Clarion '55 The library stall of fourteen girls, selected by Mr. Galler, had charge of the library. These girls worked a certain period each day. They had the duties of helping students in choosing books, signing out books, cataloguing new volumes, and keeping the library in order. The librarians were as follows: 2nd period-Rita Greer, Jane Zimmerman 5rd period-Diana Cornell, Mary Sue jameson -ith period-Marilyn Shaffer, Sue Mills Sth period-jane Harlett, Ida Lorenzen 6th period-Helen Fesler, Sheila Durbin 7th period- Kay Mizer, Bonnie Italiano Sth period-Rosalie Schaub, Mary Tracy Slzlllzll, l,, ln R.: 'Lint' llult-tt, Rim hrccr, Muiilyn Slmllel, Mr, Chill SIWNIJINM: jnnt- flIllllll'l'ITl.IIl, Rosalie Nlmnb, bus Mills. Hnnnnc lt.ll Tiny M ily Snc jnnc Null. Rita Greer el ljlllll fnlnell mnn, 5llLll.l Dulbin Helen licslcr lxllly l Page Forty-five The Clarion '55 KNEFLING, I.. to R.: Glen Clharfmnn, Paul Kionley. jim Neiderhouser. STANDING FIRST ROW: oe Banbury. Keith Armstrong, janet Durbin, jrtnicc Akins. Ellen jane Nylmrt. Beatrice Fcsler, Alice Meelian. Mr. Parker. STANDING SECOND ROXV: Raymond Vess, Carole Rhodes. jane Hnrlett, Eva Banbury, joy l.HllklCl'l'WllLlgl1. Mr. Senft. School Patrol The School Patrol was started during the school year of 1938-1939. It was inaugurated by the Ohio State Patrol. There are ten school busses at the present time with two student patrols on each bus, making the total membership twenty. The School Patrol members are to be congratulated upon the efficient and helpful services that they perform as bus monitors for the welfare of the school. janet Durbin Page Forty-six The Clarion '55 Public Speaking Class The Public Speaking class of '54 and '55 was composed of twenty-five seniors, taught by Mrs. jameson. Class activities included presenting memorized poems, practice in parliamen- tary procedure, story telling in other classes, and dramatics. The regular Friday noon assemblies were under the direction of the Speech Class. For these assemblies four committees planned talent programs, skits, and various other forms of entertainment. The chairmen of these committees were jean Durbin, Carol Spearman, Rita Greer, and Tom Severns. Kay Mizer was over-all chairman and john Kucheravy was announcer. Gene Mowery FIRST RUXV, l.. to R.: Kjamle Rhodes, Ramona Hall, janet Durbin, Betty Durbin, Carol Spearman. Ida Lorcnzen. jane Harlelt. Rita Greer, Shirley Rite, Ruth Sapp, Ann Hl2llNlllll'tl. SHOND ROXV: john Kucheravy, Eugene Mowery. Bob Beck, jack Hall, Don Shackle. Tum Severns. Kay Mizer, livu Banbury, Mrs. jameson, Nurrim ffolopy, Bob Vlfnlfc. l Page Forty-seven The Clarion '55 FIRST ROXV, L. to R.: Ida Lnrenzen, Shirley Rice, Marilyn Shaffer, jean Durbin, Carol Spearman, Rita Elksnis, janet Durbin. SECOND ROW: Rita Greer, Ann Blanchard, jane Harlett, Mrs. jameson, Betty Durbin, Eva Banbury, Carl Blubaugli, Don Shackle. THIRD ROW: Bob Beck, jim Clolopv, Kay Mizer, Tom Severns. jack Hall. Hedge Jarvis, jay Morris. Senior C lass Play Cast for "No More Homework" were: Teachers: Miss Goodin ...,,....... ,,,,, M athematics teacherg not as mean as she seemsg 50 - Ida Lorenzen Mrs. Clendenning .,i,..............,,,,,. Science teacherg plump, sensitive to heatg 40 - Rita Greer Miss Ogilvie ..............,......... English teacher and DRAH-MA coach: about 35 - Jane Harlett Mr. Harper ....,.......,... History teacherg middle-aged and a confirmed bachelor - Don Shackle Coach Guthrie ,....,......,i................,.,.,,.,.....,.,...... breezy, congenialg about 25 - Carl Blubaugh MrliLundquist ........ the long-suffering, ambitious principal: nearing 50 - Richard Stumbaugh Stu ents: Pamela jones ....... ..,,,,,..........,..,,,.,, c apable, conscientious, well-likedg 17 - Marilyn Shaffer "Buzz" Bailey .........,i, Pamela's boy friend - with more freckles than brains - Tom Severns Shalimar Ames .....,.,,.,.,.....,,.,,. a trouble-makerg good-lookingg overindulged - janet Durbin "Midge" Murphy . ,.,...,....,.,,i..i.,....... fond of rumors and bubble gumg 16 - Carol Spearman Faversham Lightly a freshman: slow and sleepy - jim Colopy Tallulah Ploetz ....... ........,,,,,.i.i,. t he high school's gift to The The-ah-terg 18 - Kay Mizer Ronald Sassoon .,.... .,.,.i. h andsome, over-confident basketball starg 18 -- John Lauderbaugh Others: Miss Dill ,.i,.,,,,,, i..,..... s chool secretary: acidulous, eflicient and 50 - Ann Blanchard "Tick" Tok ,,,,,,i ,,.i,........, ,..,...,........,,.,.,.......... t h e Napoleonic janitor - Bob Beck Mrs, Ratchet .,.,ii,, ,,,.i....,.... t he cleaning womang slovenly, shrewish - Rita Elksnis Elmer B. Ames .,,. ..... S halimarls father: a paunchy, pompous attorney - jack Hall Page Forty-eight jznzim' Class Play The Clarion '55 The play "Ah! Men!" was presented by the junior Class of I955. The cast was: Hodges , , , . , ,,,, ., ,,........,,, .. ..... , ,,,,., ,... , .... , . , , the butler - Bonnie Italiano Hollingsworth , , , ,,,.,,....., ,..,.. t he houseboy -- Lanny Parrish junior , , , , ,..,., a scarce commodity -- jane Zimmerman jetson ., ., ,,,,..,. Susan's secretary - Helen Fesler Susan Betsford ,. ,,,,., ..... a senator -- Diana Cornell Major Betsford , , .,,,........,.r,r,,,........ Susan's aunt - Martha Mickley Vicky Lauderheck ,, .,.........,...,,,,,..,, Susan's husband - Dick Gardner Mr. Pfeffer , .. .... of a Gentlemen's Civic League - Leon Blubaugh Adele lietsford , ., , ,........,, ..., ,,,,,,,. t h e Senator's sister - Mary Tracy Lonny lisden ., , ,.,. in Susan's employ - Raymond Bell The Honorable Binks ..,,, .,,,,,,,,,,,.,. a nother senator - jeanette Randles Snell .. ,, ,,.,.. one of the President's staff - Doris Nyhart Henrietta Mason . ,.,,, Presidential Secretary - Mary Sue jameson lileanor Z. Hazlitt ., , ...... President of the United States - joyce Mizer john Chadwick . . ...,,, ,, .. from another century - jim Loney Countess von Nau . , . A, ,, a foreign diplomat - Elizabeth jameson Herr Dittenhoffer . , ,,.,..,,.., who succeeds her - Paul Durbin llRNl RUXX. I.. lv K.: Marv l.1tnL-son, Iczlncttt- R.1llnllt's. lzlimlvetlx l.mu-son, june Mum, l7l.ln.1 Cornell. Maxx' 'l may. jam' flIllIlll'I'Il1llll. Y I NH UNI! RUXY, Homme lmlmno, Martha Mickley. Doris Nylmrt, Hi-len Feslei. illlllll RUXX : Leon Illuhgluuh, lnnny P1lI'I'I5ll. Raymond Hell. Mr. Cmller. Duck lnlldm-r. jim lnnuy, Paul Dntluli. Page Forty-nine The Clarion '55 FIRST ROW, L. to R.: Ruth Sapp, Evelyn Doyle, Barbara Sapp, Rita Elksnis, Marilyn Shaffer, Shirley Rice, Alma Butler, Rita Greer, Linda McElroy, Dorothy Loney, Lulu Chapman. h N R XV Ell F C J Le le lva McClain W'anna Carr Mrs Lepley Francis Vante SECO D O 1 en razee, June farr, oann p y, . , , , . . A r , Dorothy Trego, Evelyn Tuberville, Mary Logstnn, Carole Rhodes, Marie XVullord. Norrita Cnlopy. Sarah Supp. Future I-Iomemakers 0 America The Home Economics Club has twenty-five members, under the able direction of Mrs. Mabel Lepley. The group, freshmen through seniors, is an organized club with the following officers: President ............................ ..... A lma Butler Vice-President .... ........... K ay White Secretary ...... Rosemary Butler Treasurer ....................................,.i..........,................,..,.. Marilyn Shaffer The classes enjoyed a Christmas gift exchange and raised funds from a candy sale. They attended a cooking demonstration in Mount Vernon and were honored when two home demonstration agents came to Danville. Two favorite mottos of the Danville club are: "We study, not for school, but for life," and "Glorify our Health, Home, and Happiness." Marilyn Shaffer Page Fifty The Clarion '55 Futznfe Fawners 0 America Officers: Treasurer ..........,... ..... j im Colopy President , . , Charles Colopy News Reporter .,,rr,,.,,rrv. Hedge jarvis Vice-President Y,,,, ,,,,,..,,,. L yle Lyons Sentinel .,..,. .,,,,A,.. j ohn Lauderbaugh Secretary . ...,rr.,.,er.,,,, Larry Shrimplin Adviser ...,...,..,...,........,., T. A. Wheeler There were twenty-seven members of the F. F. A., consisting of eight seniors, seven juniors, six sophomores, and six freshmen. The F. F. A. held its annual parent-son banquet on November 18, 1954 with ninety attending. The chapter competed in the county parliamentary procedure contest and received the silver rating. The Chapter ordered 2800 seedling trees to be set out as a reforestry project. The Ag class wishes to thank Mr. Wheeler for his guidance and assistance for the your of 195-1-55. Richard Stumbaugh VIRNI RUXV, I., tu R.: Keith Heck, Dirk Konlcy, julm lgluderlmugli. l..1rry Shrimplin. flmrles fiullvpy' Nr. XX'l1urlcf. jam Iulupy, Lyle Ly-ms, john Durbin. Hub Durbin. .7 Sli! UND IFKITXV: Huh Slmltl, joe Ilanhury, Lanny Parrish. Hedge jnrvis. Dale Devore. Huh liar, ffnrl XV-vrkrn:in, K.ul li uxlugll. TIIIRIJ RUXY: Paul Sapp, jun Loney, joe Pinr, Raymond Voss, lit-:nge Devurc, Paul Dex-ure, Page Fifty-one The Clarion '55 FIRST ROW. L. to R.: jovce Cagwin. Linda Scott, Martha Mickley. Mary Tracy Sheila XVorkman, Diana Cornell, Judy Gardner, jean Smith, Mary Blubaugh, Dorothy Loney, Linda McElroy. SECOND ROW: Judy Young, Joanne Smith, Marilyn Banbury, Maiia Podnieks, Kay Mizer, Marilyn Shaffer, Eva Banbury, Carol Spearman, Mary Everhart, Linda Smail, Patty Riley. THIRD ROW: ,lim Neiderhnuser, Dick Armstrong, Francis Kucheravy, Janis Resnis, Larry Cline, Mr. Vaughn. Glen Turney, Dun Lifer, Bob Mcfionnel, Don Shackle, Bob Beck. Chorus The mixed chorus this year was composed of twenty-nine members, directed by Mr. Vaughn. They made several appearances during the school year. They sang at the Christmas program held at the high school and they also made a radio broadcast over WMVO. One of the main events was the participation in the Knox County Spring Festival which was held at Centerburg. The group appreciate very much Mr. Vaughn's leadership and patience in helping them. Jean Durbin Page Fifty-two The Clarion '55 Student Mtmagers of Athletics FOOTBALL GAMES: BASKETBALL GAMES: Nancy Beck Eva Banbury Martha Mickley Ann Blanchard Alice Meehan Nancy Beck janet Zollars Doris Nyhart Margie Mann Delores Durbin George Devore Linda Smail jay Morris Keith Armstrong Charles Everhart Charles Everhart jim Loney PROGRAMS? jean Durbin bloella Miller Mary Ann Everhart FACULTY MANAGER: Mary K. Blubaugh Mr. Reese These students helped Mr. Reese at the gates during the football and basket- ball season, and, also had charge of distributing programs. Ann Blanchard l'Ili5l RUXY, l,, to li.: Mary llllllillllgll, Ann Bl.lHL'll1lfll. Alice Meehan, Joelln Miller. janet Zillldlb, Mary Ann l.vexl1.ut, Linda .max , L nies ur un, :lr in ic' c . l I S l Dl D l M tl M lil y SIELOND HMV: Nik livt-xhart, Keith Armstrong, jay Morris, Marjorie Mann, Mr. Reese, D N',l1art, jim I y K 3, D .1ll!l', iL'nl"c cvure, Page Fifty-th ree The Clarion '55 Danville H. S. Band Lewis W. Vaughn, Director Tom Severns ,A4,, ....A...,.. Band President Glen Turney ,,,, ....,....,.... V ice-President B013 Beck 4.,,,,,r,,,,, r,,.,. S ecretary-Treasurer Marilyn Shaffer ,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, ,..., P L lblicity Editor Joyce Mizer .,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ...,.,.,.................. ..,............ L i brarlatl Flutes Mary Ellen Staats Linda Hammond Betty Loney Solo Clarinels Joy Lauderbaugh Joanne Smith Patty White Marilyn Greer Delores Durbin Clinton Lybarger Second Clurinets Mary Schaub Carol Crow Marcella Yearous Nancy Hunt Keith Armstrong Marilyn Banbury Tenor Saxapbone Carolyn Banbury Page Fifty-four Tloird Clarinets Sue Grassbaugh Alice Farmer Judy Cline Alto Saxapbone Gary Armstrong Larry Lauderbaugh Tommy Dvorak Kay Hammond Drums Glen Turney Tom Severns Curt Blubaugh Clem Blubaugh Gary Mizer Bell Lyra Joyce Mizer Horns Bob Landis Elaine Edgar Solo Trumpets Ann Blanchard Janet Durbin Marilyn Shalfer Betty Durbin First Trumpets Shirley Rice Connie Hagans Bob Beck Second Trumpets Darwin Woods Janet Leach Jerry Cline Wayne Pigman Carroll Richert Baritone Clair Richert Patty McElroy Trombones Jim Neiderhouser Bill Neiderhouser Raymond Bell Barbara Mizer Glen Chapman Mike Hagans Bass Larry Stimpert Dick Conley Drum Major Judy Gardner Majorettes Kate Colopy Judy Young Patty Riley Diana Cornell Gretchen Mavis Ellen Nyhart The Clarion 55 School Calendar SEPTEMBER D.H.S. doors open. Welcome, Freshies. Played prevue games at Centerburg. Lost to Centerburg 13 to 0. Where are all the boys today? Oh, squirrel season begins! Oh-h-h, lost our first football game to Granville 12 to 7. Bookmobile made first visit. Yea Danville! We beat Utica 24 to 13. OCTOBER Today we seniors ordered our invitations. Hooray! Another victory. Mount Vernon Reserves 6 - Danville 25. Uh-Oh! Your slipping fellows. Johnstown 40 - Danville 20. Buy a magazine. juniors begin annual campaign. Groan, another defeat. Bellville 19 - Danville 0. Football banquet honoring Mr. "Cy" Senft. Yea Team! We beat Butler 20 to 6. Shell out your dimes, guys and gals, we're being entertained by the Allens. We lost to Summit Station 20 to 9. Oh well, you can't always win. NOVEMBER Homecoming game and dance. We lost to Centerburg 25 to 7. Those tough Freddies beat us again 51 to 0. Get slicked up, guys, for the Ag. banquet. Yea, vacation begins, and don't eat too much turkey! Back to school. Football players elect Charles Colopy most valuable player, at football banquet. DECEMBER First basketball game, Glenmont 49 - Danville 48. Fight a little harder, boys! That's more like it, fellows! St. Vincent 50 - Danville 61. We lost to the old rival, Centerburg 59 - Danville 43. juniors sponsored a dance. Victory again, we defeated Bladensburg 52 to 78. Watch the birdie. Pictures today. Seniors have fun at Christmas party. Fifteen cheers for the Blue and White, we beat Amity 60 to 52. Hip! Hip! Hooray! We trimmed undefeated Gambier 55 to 48. P. T. A. Christmas party. Vacation begins. Merry Christmas. "I resolve to ............ JANUARY Happy New Year. Back to D. H. S. Still going strong. Defeated Utica 49 to 46. Those Freddies here again to beat us 66 to 44. Oh, how could we lose to Howard! But we did, 59 to 56. Get that grey matter to working. Final exams today. Page Fifty five The Clarion '55 14 17 18 21 24 25 26 27 1- 2 4 7 ll 12 14 15 16 17 18 21 24 8 10 14 16 28 1.- 14 15 28 5 10 22 26- Poge Fifty-six S 011001 Calendar Yea, Blue Devils! Danville 65 - St. Vincent 45. We resolve to raise those grades second semester. Slipping again. Johnstown 60 - Danville 45. "Oh Happy Day!" Danville 62 - Bladensburg 40. Polio Drive begins, so "Give." Yippee! Danville 79 - Amity 47. Polio benefit game. Danville Junior High and Town Team both victorious. Beautiful snow! No school! FEBRUARY Fredericktown beat us again 84 to 71. Closer this time though. Let it snow. Let it snow. No school. The groundhog wouldn't venture out today. Victory is our cry. Danville 85 - Howard 58. Snow again and no school. Another defeat. Centerburg 61 - Danville 57. We went to Loudonville and was beaten 80-61. Happy Valentines Day! Oh no! Granville 70 - Danville 62. juniors sponsored Sweetheart Dance. Oh, to be brilliant! Honor Society initiation. Close call, but we beat our old rival at the tournament, Centerburg, 49-47. One hysterically happy night! We beat Fredericktown for the first time in four years, 61 to 58. Seniors hold chili supper. Hmmmm good! We did it! We did it! We really did it! We're Knox County Champs!! We beat Gambier 58 to 54. Hooray! MARCH Another visit from the bookmobile. "join the Navy," says the Navy recruiting service representative, who talked to the seniors today. Three fine plays were enjoyed on Theatre Night, too. All sports banquet with Lions Club, tonight. Sophomore's thrilling day. They ordered their class rings. Going to college? A representative from Bowling Green is here to talk to the seniors. APRIL Be on the alert. This is April Fool's Day. junior Class Play. Bookmobile is here again. Put on your dancing shoes. Tonight is the long waited for junior-Senior banquet. MAY Senior Class Play. Bookmobile today. Baccalaurette. Farewell, Seniors! Commencement. Th C1 Atloleticf The Clarion '55 FIRST ROW, L. to R,: Mr. Nugent, jim Colopy, Carl Blubaugh, john Lauderbauzzh, Don Sharltlc, Charles Colopy, Mr. O'Biien, SECOND ROW: Lyle Lyons, Larry Shrimplin, Raymond Bell, Lanny Parrish, Paul Durbin, David Colopy, Larry Grassbaugh, jim Loney. THIRD ROW: Larry Cline, juris Klavins, john Durbin, Bud Shackle, joe Banbury, Bob Durbin. Larry Riley, Carl Wiurknian. A n FOURTH ROXV: Harold Mickley, Charles Durbin. Martin Koons, Dean Nichols, Philip Crumhaker, Bob Wfnlfc, Charles Bywaters, Harold XY!oll'ord. Football During the 1954 season the Danville team experienced new and interesting events. First they entered into the Middle Buckeye Conference, consisting of Johnstown, who won the Championship, Centerburg, Utica, Summit Station, and Granville. Don Shackle, fullback, was selected captain for 1954. Later in the year, a homecoming banquet was held in the honor of Mr. D. F. Senft. He was awarded a watch and later in the evening he was guest of honor when Danville beat Butler 20-6. For the first time Danville's football team had the honor of electing the foot- ball queen, who was Marilyn Shaffer. Her attendents were: Alma Butler, senior, Peggy Ridgway, junior, Alice Meehan, sophomore, and Sheila Workman, fresh- man. CContinued on page 707 Page Fifty-eight The Clarion '55 'T 'N , ,. , -, I-ll I IN A1.II.Ixl1 Nh.1Hm1, xmu1lI5u1,Nl1.lLLlL. NI NIHIQ X'I"l'I NIXXNT 'Uxwl Hullrl. wx-ut Ii-:lv XYUIIQ-. ll'NlHIi ,Xl'l'l1Xi7 XNT l'L.uLyRla1::'xx.uy.--suw1tAlllI1 I,-xl xtJI1llUXIflIiI..X'l'l'I,Nl3'XN'I ,Huw New-l1.l1r, rsuvll l.l1l5 K lvm HH SHN NK .X I'I I X17 KN I NhulglXY'w1km.l1x.cxuurt4I1.lllLx liullwm. Page Fifty-nine The Clarion '55 FIRST ROW, L. to R,: john Wfolfe, Tommy Cline, Bob Miller, Merl Holfman, Stanton Barnes, Eddie Banbury, Bill Franko, Lynn Lyons. Thurman Bywaters, Leland Zollars. SECOND ROW: Kenny Durbin, Dou Durbin, Keith Beck, Paul Boling, Mr. Galler, Bill Neiderhouser, Roger Baker, Gary Durbin, Fred Summerlild, Gary Hughes. THIRD ROW: Wkide Gillespie, Mike Tracy, Perry Everhart, jim Schaub, Dick Mavis, joe Blubaugh, Herb Gardner, Bob Ridgway, Larry Lauderbaugh. junior High Football The year began with a very thrilling game with Millersburg 6-6 with Bob Miller making the T.D. V Danville tipped Mount Vernon and Loudonville in the second and third games with each score being 13 to 6 with Miller, Mickley, and john Durbin making the T.D.'s and Miller making the extra points. Another exciting game was with Millersburg, but we lost 6 to 0. Mount Vernon defeated us in our last game, 21 to 7. Jim Colopy and john Lauderbaugh Page Sixty The Clarion '55 FIRST ROW, L. to R.: Carl XVorkman, Larry Grassbaugh, Don Shackle, Glen Turnev, Larry Cline. A SECOND ROW: Mr. O'Brien, Paul Cagwin, Bob Durbin, Don I.ifer, juris Klavins, john Durbin, Harold Wolford, Raymond Bell. Varsity Basketball The Danville 1954-55 varsity basketball team had the most successful season in four years. They played 19 games before the tournament, winning 10 and losing 9. Then they fought through the tournament, beating the toughest teams, for the Knox County Championship, Centerburg, Fredericktown, and Gambier. Danville's first five was composed of three sophomores, one junior, and one senior. Senior guard, Don Shackle, was chosen as captain for the tournament. They had considerable reserve strength which was ready to help in Danville's winning its first championship since 1946. The seniors hope the varsity of next year will have the same opportunities that this year's team had. Good luck, boys. Don Shackle Page Sixty-two Larry Grassbaugh Larry Cline Glen Turney Carl Workman Don Shackle Don Lifer john Durbin Bob Durbin Dick Gardner juris Klavins The Clarion B as k et ball Pt. Av. OPP. 264 12.6 Glenmont ,...... .... 4 8 251 11.4 St. Vincent ....... .... 5 0 3 57 16.2 Centerburg ........ .... 5 9 234 10.6 Bladensburg ...... ..,. 5 2 99 4.5 Amity .........,..... .... 3 2 42 Gambier ......... .... 4 8 28 Utica .................. .... 4 6 5 F redericktown ...... ... 66 12 Howard ............., .. . 59 17 St. Vincent ....... ,... 5 4 johnstown ....... .... 60 Bladensburg ....,. .... 4 0 Amity .................. .... 4 7 Gambier ...,.............. .... 6 7 Fredericktown ...... .... 8 4 Howard .............. .... 5 8 Centerburg ...,.... .... 6 1 Loudonville .....,.. .... 8 0 Granville .,........,..,................ 70 TOTALS 1078 TOURNAMENT SCORES Centerburg .v,..............,...,.. 47 49 Fredericktown ..... .. 58 61 Gambier ........ ...... 5 4 58 Totals ................... ...... 1 59 168 Grand Totals ....... ...... 1 237 1309 Averages ........... ...... 5 6. 2 59. 5 Football Don Shackle YEAR POSITION WEIGHT HEIGHT LETTER POINTS NAME Carl Blubaugh ......... ....... S r. jim Colopy ...........,. ....... S r. Charles Colopy .................. Sr. john Lauderbaugh ............ Sr. Don Shackle ..................,... Sr. Bob Wolfe ......,...... ...,... S r. Raymond Bell ....... ...Y.... J r. David Colopy ..... ....... J r. 145 5'10 51100 140 5' 6" 165 5'1l 180 5' 9" 155 5' 7 145 5' 8 150 5' 9" fContinued on page 709 EARN ED SCORED 0 0 1 0 3 29 2 6 2 24 1 0 1 0 1 0 '55 Dan. 49 61 43 78 60 55 49 44 56 65 45 64 79 59 71 83 57 61 62 1141 Page Sixty-three The Clarion '55 FIRST ROW, L. to R.: Gary Armstrong, Paul Sapp, Charles Bywaters, Bob McConnell, Harold Mickley, Charles Durbin, Mr. Nugent. SECOND ROW: Keith Beck, Martin Koons, Dick Armstrong, Lewis Gillespie, Bob Riilgway, Larry Snively. Reserve Basketball The reserve basketball team played nineteen games this season, winning five and losing fourteen. Bob McConnell and Harold Mickley tied for highest scorer, followed by Charles Bywaters, Paul Cagwin, Paul Sapp and Charles Durbin. Danville 36 ..... Glenmont Danville ...... Johnstown 45 Danville 37 St. Vincent Danville ..... Bladensburg 17 Danville 31 Centerburg Danville ............. Amity 28 Danville 32 . Bladensburg Danville ............. Gambier 38 Danville 36 ............. Amity Danville ..... Fredericktown 47 Danville 20 ....... Gambier Danville ............. Howard 36 Danville 18 ............... Utica Danville ....... Centerburg 44 Danville 29 Fredericktown Danville ....... Loudonville 49 Danville 38 ......... Howard Danville ........ Granville 46 Danville 23 St. Vincent Carl Blubaugh Page Sixty-four The Clarion '55 junior High Basketball The junior High basketball squad won two of the four games they played this year, under the direction of Mr. Alvin Gore and Larry Cline. During the season one major injury occurred, but, all in all, the boys enjoyed the season and gained much experience. The scores of the basketball games were: Danville Danville Danville Danville r.lI' nl Sl 15 .,,.,,,.. ............ H oward 36 Bladensburg 29 56 ..,,,,, r,,,,,,.,,. A mity 15 Bladensburg 44 TOURNAMENT Danville 48 .............,., Centerburg 35 Danville 19 ..........., Fredericktown 28 jim Colopy and john D. Lauderbaugh HRSI RUXX, l.. to R.. llulv Miller, Tom Dvorak, Dong Durbin, Larry f.lll'IC, Clinton l.yl7Jll-lUJl'. lro Nicki:-y. L yn 1 SIE! UND ROW: Mr. bore, Lonny Stull, Darwin XX'oodx, Robert XYf'orkmnn, Lynn Lyonx, Glen Burgett. Tom Kflinc. THIRD RUXV: Kenny Durbin, Stanton Barnes, Dick Mavis, Roger Baker, Clint Hlubnugh, Mike Tralcy. Page Sixty-five The Clarion '55 FIRSH ROW", L. to R.: Bob Shultz. Gordon Frost. Larry Snively, Bob Ridgway. Keith Beck. Dick Conley, David yer. FECIOND ROW: Fred Myer, jim Nciderhouser, Leon Blubaugh, Bill Neiderhnuser, Janis Resnis. Paul flagwin. Charles Durbin, Louis Gillespie, Gary Armstrong. Dirk Armstrong. THIRD ROXV: Philip llrurnhnker, Paul Sapp, jim Hnshmnn, Carl XVorkmnn. Lyle Lyons, Jay Morris. joe Banbury. Keith Armstiong. Merl Hall. Harold XVollurr'l, Bob Beck, Charles ColoPY- George Myer. FOURTH ROXV: Larry Riley, Charles Bywaters, Hedge Jarvis. joe Piar. Charles Treen, jack Hull, Joe Hzirlett, Bud Shackle, Martin Koons. john Durbin, jack Devore. Bob Durbin. FlliTl'l ROXV: juris Klnxins, Bob Mcflonnell, jim Hcllelfinger. Raymond Bell, Larry Shrimplin. David Colopy. Lnny Parrish, Paul Durbin, Rob Pinr. Dale Devore, Paul Devore. SIXTH ROXV: Larry Clline. Glen Turney, Raymond Vt-ss, jim Weber. john Iaiuderlwuuglm. Mr. Nugent. Larry Grnssbuuglm, jim Loney. jim Clolopy. Mr. O'Bricn. Bob Devnre, George Devore, B 0 ys' I iztmmuwzl Sports Last fall live boys, under the supervision of Mr. O'Brien and Mr. Nugent, chore touch football teams to compete during the noon hour. The captains were Bob McConnell, George Devore, Merl Hall, Janis Resnis and Don Lifer. Later in the season six boys selected teams for intramural basketball. The captains were Dick Gardner, Don Shackle, Larry Cline, Larry Grassbaugh and Glen Turney. They played each Monday and Wedtlesday at noon. Bob Beck Page Sixty-six The Clarion '55 Girls' lntmmmfal Sports Last fall four girls under the supervision of Mr. O'Brien and Mr. Nugent chose softball teams to play at noon. The captains were Kay Mizer, Shirley Rice, Martha Mickley, and Mariam Payne. Later in the season eight girls chose teams for the intramural basketball. The captains were Ann Blanchard, janet Durbin, Jane Harlett, Eva Banbury, Sue Mills, Martha Mickley, Bonnie Italiano and Mariam Payne. Bob Beck FIRST ROXV. l.. to R.: Mary Blubaugh, Mary Sue jameson, l.ulu Chapman, ,lanire Akins, Mary Everhart. lilizalwtli janiusun, Duruth lainey, Kate Klolopy, Linda Durbin, Norma McMillan, jane Zimmerman. Slit.0ND ROXV: Linda Scott, ,lluann Leplcy, Mary lawgstun, Rosemary Butler, lnez Jarvis, Patty McElroy, Delores Durbin, iudy Gardner, Barbara Mizer, Beatrice Fesler, Ruse Finan. THIRD ROXH janet Znllars, Irma Elksnis, Eva Banbury, Patty Farmer, Joanne Smith, Patty XVhitc, Alice Meehan, jnella Miller, Sarah Sapp. Shirley Rice. lf0llR'l'll ROW: Sandra Stringlelluw, Ellen jane Nyhart, jud Yuunu, jean Smith. Patty Riley, Ramona Hall. Linda Smail, flora Blubaugh, Mary Staats, Linda Mcglroy, Ronnie ltalianiu, Mainrie Mann. Marilyn Shaller, juyre Lagwin. I lilli'l'H ROXV: Martella Yearuus, Betty Strouse, Norrita ffolopy, Sheila xxlllflifllilll, Frances Vance, june Carr, lillen lfrazee, lva Mcfllain, Diana Lnrncll, kiyce Mizer. Sue Mills, Alma Butler, Rita Elksnis, Ann lllancliartl. SIXTH RUXV: Helen Ft-slcr, janet Durbin, usalie Schaub, jean Durbin, Betty Laney, Xlllanna Carr, Mary 'l'rary, Niinry Heck, Rita Greer, Mariam Payne, Marilyn Banbury, Lucille Ferenbaugh, Mary Srhauh, Linda Hammunr. SEVIZNTH ROXV: Ruth Sapp, Sheila Durbin, jane Harlett, Maija Podneilts, Divrntliy Tregu, Carole Rhodes. Mary Sclmles, I.a Retta Paazig. Gretchen Mavis, Elaine Edgar, joy Lauderbaugh. IZKLHTH RKJW: Martha Mickley, Betty Durbin, Mr. O'Brien, Mr. Nugent. Page Sixty-seven The Clarion '55 FIRSIQI' to R.: Charles Colopy, Raymond Bell, Larry Cline, Don Shackle, Glen Tumey, Lanny Parrish, au agwm. SECOND ROW: Mr. O'Brien, Larry Shrimplin, jim Loney, jim Neiderhouser, Bud Shackle. Baseball Danville's baseball season was a fairly successful one. The team won all the games but one during the regular season. 'They beat Centerburg and Gambier twice, Howard, Bladensburg, Utica and Fredericktown once. For the tournament we drew Centerburg. Larry Greer pitched a fine one hitter, but it was not quite good enough as Ottis Bandy, Centerburg's pitcher, pitched a no hitter and Danville lost 1-0. The seniors on the team were Don Laughrey, captain, Earl Mickley, Charles Fox, Harold Frank, Tom Gardner, Conarcl Nyhart and Larry Greer. The team was under the guidance of Mr. O'Brien. Don Shackle Page Sixty-eight The Clarion '55 I. Star Gan.-rs. 1. XVIxiuiv. S. Blondie. u. The Freshman gang. 5. Thu outdoor npcs. 6. In nur younger days. '. The uxwhoy. 8. Arr-n't wc limhur! U. Thu mliwl1washurs. IU. "Marilyn," Il. ucr00dI'IL'S5!U ll. Emmy Lou. li, Thu gigglcrs, M. Snow pals, I5. llluw frir-min! lla. "Any relation. Parry?" l'. Norma. 18. lncz. 19. Wfhich unc cats thc mmm? 20. Thc Iilllc om-S. ll, lsn't ahc mute! 12. joy. 15. Tlu- hungry onus, lu. "Rod" and friend. li, Dclorus. lla. Sitting.: in thc sun. J'. "XY"lml's thu hurry!" 28. Thu best of fricndsf 29. l5n't Raymond rutu? AGO. Thinga have changcd. Sl. Always frivnally. The Clarion '55 FOOTBALL CContinued from page 581 After the season was over, there was a meeting of the M. B. C. Coaches at Danville to select the all-league team. Danville was honored in having three boys placed on the team. John Lauderbaugh was chosen as right guard on the first team. Charles Colopy was second string left half and Larry Grassbaugh, Danville's leading scorer, was second string right end. Later there was a banquet held in honor of the players, cheerleaders, coaches, and dads. The big event of the evening was the announcement of the most valuable player award trophy. The honor was given to Charles Colopy, Danville's star half back, and the M. B. C. leading ground gainer. He is without a doubt one of the greatest halfbacks Danville has ever had the pleasure of watching. Danville's three and six record was not too good, but a large portion of the losses can be blamed on mumps and injuries. Although the season was not too successful, it was fully enjoyed by everyone on the team. They were under the direction of Mr. O'Brien and Mr. Nugent. FOOTBALL SCORES fContinued from page 653 EARN ED SCORED NAME YEAR POSITION WEIGHT HEIGHT LETTER POINTS Larry Grassbaugh ...........v.. Jr R E 6' 2" Paul Durbin ............ ....... J 1' RH 5' 6" jim Loney .....,...... .... J r RT 5' 9" Lyle Lyons ......... .... J r L T 5' 9" Dean Nichols ...... .... J r LE 5' 8" Pete Parrish .............. ....... J 1' L G 5' 6" Larry Shrimplin .........,...... jr L E 5' 10" Bob Durbin ........... .,.... S oph. R H 5' 7" john Durbin ........ ..... S oph QB 5' 8" Charles Bywater ............ Soph R E 5' 8" Larry Cline .............. ..... S oph. Q B 6' 0" Phil Crumbaker ........,... Soph. L G 5' 7" juris Klavins ........ ..... S oph. F B 5' 8" Larry Riley ........ Soph R T 5' 8" Bud Shackle .......... ..... S oph R G 5' 7" Carl Workman ............ Soph. L E 5' 11" joe Banbury ................ Fresh. LT 5' 6" Chick Durbin .............. Fresh R G 5' 6" Marty Koons ................ Fresh. R T 5' 10" Harold Mickley ............ Fresh. L H 5' 6" Harold Wolford ................ Jr Mgr. Page Seventy Th Cl Alumni ' 3 The Clarion 55 iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiWiiiiiifiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiikikiii Alumni in the Service I Charles Durbin '51, is serving with the U. S. Navy. Wayne Frank '51, is serving with the U. S. Navy. Blaine Workman '51, is serving with the U. S. Navy. Charles Schaub '52, is serving with the U. S. Navy. Eldon Antill '52, is serving with the U. S. Navy. Glen Hauger '51, is serving with the U. S. Air Force. Pfc. Vernon Martin '49, is serving with the U. S. Air Force. Pfc. Elmer Chapman '50, is serving with the U. S. Air Force and is stationed in Alaska. Pfc. Emmet Root '50, is serving with the U. S. Army and is stationed in Georgia. Pvt. Pfc. Pvt. Cpl. 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 Clyde Myers '50, is serving with the U. S. Air Force and is stationed in Japan. Harmon White '53, is serving with the U. S. Navy and is stationed in Maryland. Joseph Proper '53, is serving with the U. S. Navy and is stationed in Washington D. C. Pvt. Carroll Shultz '51, is serving with the U. S. Army and is stationed in Kentucky. Pfc. Glenn Colopy '49, is serving with the U. S. Air Force and is stationed in Mississippi. William Dye '53, is serving wih the U. S. Army. John Colopy '53, is serving with the U. S. Army. Leonard Bell '53, is serving with the U. S. Army. james Shean '53, is serving with the U. S. Navy. William Shumaker '53, is serving with the U. S. Army. James Emmett '54, is serving with the U. S. Army. Robert Cline '53, is serving with the U. S. Army. ,J ,, It A T- . 1 iiiiiiiiftkiifiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiktttiiititkkkiii Page Seventy-two Alumni News MARRIAGE NOTES Richard Sapp "48" and Shirley Booth Mary Louise Colopy "SS" and Don Kick Earl Laughrey "4Z" and Alice Smith "S3" Maxine Yearous "SS" and Sheldon Hull Joanne Banbury "S4" and Donald Richards Doris Body "S4" and Lloyd Sheasby "sz" Sara Conkle "S4" and Donald Ridgeway "Sl" Nancy Durbin "S4" and Jack Banbury "48" Faun l-lains "S4" and Robert Parker Joyce Mickley "S4" and William Summers Jean Schisler "S4" and Walter Rice "SS" Karol Sloan "S4" and Herb Simpson Velta Elksnis "SZ" and Alfred Sulcs Dalene Workman "S4" and Carroll Stull "SZ" Betty Doyle "ex SS" and Frank Flecknoe Juanita Crane "ex SS" and Kenneth Keck Sylvia Cagwin "ex SS" and Eugene McCoy Janet Fesler "S3" and Charles Sapp Lunetta Hains "SS" and Charles Schaub "SZ" BABY NOTES and Mrs and Mrs Mr. Mr. Lawrence Colopy "49" 1 Dorothy Mickley "S0"J Daughter Lawrence Payne "48" 1Doris Young "S0"b Son Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lybarger "SZ", Daughter Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. Gary Didinger "Sl", Daughter I james Elliot "42" Cl-lelen Leslie "46"J Son and Mrs. Donald Piar iCaroline Sapp "49"J Daughter Mr. and Mrs. Richard Sapp "48", Son Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. joseph Paazig 1Goldie Chapman "S3"J Son . James Sweet flivelyn Morris "S3"J Twin Daughters Harold Payne "SO" ilva Mae Turney "SZ"J Son Edward Sweet Uirma Mizer "45"J Son Dean Rettig llmogene Didinger "47"J Daughter Tony Bosehart "48" CLuretta Long "48"J Daughter Dalton Kaylor "47" fl-Ielen Nyhart "49"J Daughter Arthur Brownell lShirley Workman "5l"J Daughter Rondale Pritchard "45" ljuanita Hains "S0"J Daughter Robert Sapp "43", Son Fred Durbin "ex 52" 1Mary jo Italiano "ex 5S"J Daughter and Mrs. Richard Fry fShirley Sapp 'ex 55'J Son Walter Durbin "49" QBarbara Thorp "49"J Son Russ Miller CNaomi Summers "S2"J Daughter John Colopy "39", Son and Mrs. Howard Burgett QMary Myers "S0"J Daughter The Clarion 'SS Page Seventy-three Mount Vernon. Ohio The Clarion '55 ALUMNI CLASS OF 1890 Emma Weimer-Temple-Danville, Ohio Carry Logston-Deceased CLASS OF 1893 Clement LogstonvDeceased 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 Springfield St., Mansiield, Ohio Myrtle Kirkpatrick-Parrish-Danville, Ohio Virgie White-Wander-Danville, Ohio Ruby Church-Shaw-Columbus, Ohio CLASS OF 1897 Charles B. Workman-Salesman-Ravenna, Ohio Dela Black-Kerr--Deceased CLASS OF Orlin Workman-Deceased 1898 Guernsey Workman-Danville. Ohio Fred Bartlett-R. R. Conductor-Columbus. Ohio Cory O. Beum-Deceased Nettie Banbury-Shultz-Danville, Ohio Vinnie Lybarger-Rice-Danville, Ohio Dale Bradfield-Deceased Ivy Swigart-Shultz- CLASS OF 1899 Ida Black-Riggs-Cleveland, Ohio Harvey Hammond-Deceased Ellsworth Hess-Deceased Genie Van Horn-Laport-Akron, Ohio Roy G. Hunter-Deceased Walter S. Miller-Columbus, Ohio Bernard Palmer-Deceased Willie Purcell-Deceased Perry Workman-Deceased Robert Workman-210 Ira Ave., Akron, Ohio CLASS OF Quincy Black-Deceased 1900 Luella Ferenbaugh-Colgin-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 Floy Mead-Deceased Howard S. Workman-Deceased CLASS OF 1902 Pearl Burris-Lyharger-Deceased Pearl Hess-Shultz-Deceased Beulah Shatter-Gaines-113W Hamtramck St., Verna Shaw-Cochranewalhonding, Ohio Luc Shrimplin Geitgey New Smyrna Beach, Fla. R. Homer SlutzLDaytorj Ohio Philip L. Wilkins-Deceased CLASS OF 1903 Mary Durbin-Arnold--Deceased Belle Humbert-Horn-Howard, Ohio Lottie Newton-Loney-Howard, Ohio P. R. Snow-Postal Clerk-Cleveland, Ohio Chester Workman-Farmer--Danville, Ohio Page Seventy-four Clara Workman-Hunter-Shaker Heights, Ohio Eva Workman-Michel-Columbus, Ohio CLASS OF 1904 Pearl Black-Danville. Ohio Stella Blubaugh-Snow-Deceased Nelson Burrisibeceased Bun Lybarger-Danville. Ohio Beulah Mc arland-Biggs-Deceased Clifford Shaw-Deceased Sylvia Shaw-Deceased Dana Snow-Deceased Mary Yearly-White-Deceased CLASS OF 1905 Iames Bartlett-Arizona Iohn Biggs-Deceased Jay Cullison-Deceased Frankie Drouhard-Columbus. Ohio Grace Hess-Iennings-Deceased Elizabeth Iefierson-Tarr-Chicago, Illinois O. L. Kaylor-Real Estate-Akron, Ohio Anna Neldon-Workman-Danville. Ohio Helen McFarland-Lund-Akron, Ohio CLASS OF 1906 Edith Greer-Gilmore-Deceased Kent Shatter-Pittsburgh. Penn. Floy Spearman-Greer-Deceased Ona Wander-Hess-Middletown, Ohio Harley M. Workman-Deceased ' CLASS OF 1907 Clarence Black--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-Kenmore. Ohio Donna Russell-Snow-Cleveland, Ohio C. B. Sentt-Deceased Nellie Stull-Tucker-Belleiontaine. Ohio Harry Ventlinq-Deceased Grover D. Wander-Farmer, Ashland. Ohio ' Harley I. Workman-Deceased CLASS OF 1908 Selora Arnold-Colcipy-Danville, Ohio Hubert C. Baker- armer-Danville. Ohio Blanche Durbin-Raleigh-Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio Jessie McKee-Teacher-2990 East Overlook Hd.. Cleveland. Ohio Chester E. McMillan-Farmer-Danville, Ohio Carrie Parrish-Sperryklloute 2. Mount Vernon, Ohio Iva Workman-Hunter-Marseilles. Illinois CLASS OF 1909 Ethel Arnold-Miller-Detroit. Michigan Elizabeth Daughtery-Watson-Wooster, Ohio Alice Durbin-Deceased Pauline Durbin-Swinqle-Valley City, Ohio Ruth Ieflerson-Bunk-323 College Ave., Newark. Delaware Nona Greer-Newell-2563 La Rose, Memphis, Tenn. May Mickley-Colopy-Canal Fulton, Ohio Bertha Sapp-Gilmore-Cleveland, Ohio Ichn Bice-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 CLASS OF 1911 Florence Beatty,-New York. New York Ralph Church-New Milford. Ohio Iohn Durbin-Deceased Iohn Faucet!-Miller Rubber Co., Akron. Ohio Nellie Geitqey-Workman-Danville. Ohio Sylvia Lepley-Simmons-Danville. Ohio Louise Payne-Leverinq-Mount Vemon, Ohio Duane Sentt-Principal-High School-Danville. Ohio Marie Welker-Carhart-Millwood. Ohio CLASS OF 1912 lol-in Bartlett-Akron. Ohio Cleggett Baker . . Donovan Church--Los Angeles. California Chalmers Cullison--Defiance. Ohio . Mabel Culllson-Purdy-Mount Vernon, Ohio Hazel Dewitt-Wriqht-Fredericktown. Ohio Cora Edwards-Greenville. Ohio . Bernadette Durbin-Jl'eacher-Danville. Ohio Clyde Ferenbauqh-Danville. Ohio Evelyn Ferenbaugh-Ed ar-Danville. Ohio Grace Geitgey-Lucky-1Jeceased 1 Bessg Hagans-Borden-126 Calitorma St.. Columbus. hlo Frank Lepley-Howard. Ohio . Mildred Maple-Millersburg. Ohio l . Vivian Ross-Shaw-Teacher-Danville. Ohio Ollie Russell-Baker-Deceased lay Scnoies-uanville. Ohio U Homer ShaHerA-Alexandria. Ohio Alpha Shook-Cleveland. Ohio Owen Shuman-Teacher-Lakewood. Ohio Antonette Smithhisler-ludd-Massillon Marie Trenel-Hoagland-Deceased. Ellzabeth Bice-Loney-Danville. Ohio CLASS OF 1913 lohn Horn-Lumber Dealer-Hamilton. Ohio Earl Pritchard-Danville. Ohio Fa e Motz-Southwick-Deceased . Arxmur McMillan-Insurance Dealer---Danville. Ohio Alta Rice-Blend-Canton. Ohio Vesta Rice-Burroughs-Deceased ' Philip Rlchert-Akron. Ohio Howard Sevitte-Bookkeeper-Columbus. Ohio Clarence Shaw-Deceased Grace Shurnan-Deceased . Edna Stout-Koppert-Ielloway. Ohio CLASS OF 1914 Roy Arweller-Farmer-Danville, Ohio Donald Baugher-Teacher-Belliontaine. Ohio Bernard Durbin-Sufut. oi Schools-New Riegel. Ohio lustin Durbin-Bock ord. Illinois Donna Emerick-Colopy-Danville. Ohio Marie Fawcett-I-lumbert-Canton. Ohio James Lepleiy-Cincinnati, Ohio Iames Lou on-Columbus. Ohio Ralph Mc illan-Deceased Edward Mickley-Farmer-Danville, Ohio Herlhel Pinlzlciy-lelloway. Ohio Iohn Proper- armer-Danville, Ohio Asa Remington-Deceased Mark Sherman-Deceased A Ada S earman-Scholee-Danville, Ohio Marie glloli-Simmons-Danville, Ohio Mary Workman-Hoagland-Danville, Ohio Dale Workman-Farmer-Fredericlrtown. Ohio CLASS OF 1915 Ruth Arnholt-Howensteln-Loudonville. Ohio Evo Bailey-Mount Vernon. Ohio Lucille Church-Columbus, Ohio Clarence Dewitt-Akron. Ohio Aloyslus Durbin-Mount Vernon. Ohio Ina Gamertstelder-Married-Missionary-Iapan Hilda Gardner-Mickley-Danville. Ohio Zora Greer-Dailm--Danville. Ohio Floyd Hanger- gh School Teacher-Bryan, Ohio Naomi Hunter-Horn-Wooster. Ohio Bernice Kaylor-Bittner-Danville. Ohio Calvin 1.aFever-Deceased Frank Leonard--Detroit, Michigan Ruby Maple-Married--Washington Byron Mot:-Cleveland. Ohio Edwin Penorwood-Deceased Walter Sapp--Engineer-Mount Vernon. Ohio Bernice Snuman- lark-Danville. Ohio Walter Smeeth-Deceased Rhea Smith-Durbin-125 N. 7th St., Kenmore. Ohio Darius Strouse--Newcomerstown. Ohio Verna Staats-McMillan-Danville. Ohio '- The Clarion Benjamin Wander-Columbus. Ohio Grace Welsh-Hetielfinqer-Mount Vernon. Ohio Dema Wheaton-Arthur-Columbus, Ohio Elizabeth Whitney-Gorsuch-Gambler. Ohio CLASS OF 1916 Velma Arweller-Paton-Akron. Ohio Emerson Barnes4ranville. Ohio Lowell Beat!!-New York. New York .Beatrice Dur in-Belt-Columbus. Ohio Constance Durbin-Halsema-Columbus, Ohio Ina Gaumer-I-Iorn-Mount Vernon, Ohio Iulia Geoq-Cooper-Walhonding. Ohio Iennie Hibbets-Condon-Columbus. Ohio Hazel Hagans-Oliver-Columbus. Ohio Allichard I-Iunter-Engineer-Memphis. Tennessee Edwin Kaylor-Columbus. Ohio Mary Keck-Scholes-Danville. Ohio ,jlhe 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 Smlthhisler-Stenogra her-Cincinnati. Ohio Clifford Strouse-Glenmont. Ohio Quincy Workman-Georgia Talmgglige Banbury Chiropractor-Mount Vernon. o James Barnes-Teacher-Canton, Ohio CLASS OF 1917 ,Ji ilari Blubaugh-Deceased Hay ross-Farmer-Danville. Ohio Cleora Christopher-Fuller-Chicago, Illinois Albert Coleman-Farmer-Danvil e, Ohio Stephen COIOEY-MLlhiCiPG1 Judge-Akron. Ohio osa Durbin- inizbeceased urdetta Gaines- ney-Mount Vernon. Ohio arl Gardner-Farmer-Howard. Ohio Virgila Gardner-Arnold-Howard, Ohio Harold' Iones-Lt. Col.. U. S. Army Josephine Lepley-Teacher-Columbus. Ohio Ava Liter-Gaines-Howard. Ohio Iva Petra-Deceased A Walter eynolds-Garage-Wooster. Ohio , ,Eoyal Robeson-Dentist-Canton. Ohio earl Ross-Teacher-Butler. Ohio Earl Sapp-Deceased Russell Sells-West wiuard Shultz-4484 Euclid Ave.. Euclid, Ohio Lucy Stillinger-Deceased Mae Warrenslord-Keiter-Covina, California Glad s Whitne -LeMay-Danville, Ohio . .llosaiie Wolt-Miami. Florida m ,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 ,jdna Emerick-Hall-Orrville. Ohio .,L!letus Farmer-Cleveland. Ohio Harley Gaines-Farmer-Howard. Ohio Bessie Greer-Steiner-Greer, Ohio Ina 1-Iagans-McGrigens-Cleveland, Ohio Rosa I-Iauqer-Stringiellow-Mansfield. Ohio Charles Henley- olumbue, Ohio Henry Henley-Lawyer-Borberton. Ohio Roscoe Leonard-Detroit. Michigan Gaillard Parrish-Produce Dealer-Danville, Ohio Leota Sapg-Simmons-Lima. Ohio Bemard S after-Auto Dealer-Danville. Ohio Elizabeth Smeethe-Reese-Howard, Ohio ,Joseph Smilhhisler-Farmer-Danville Gailen Strouse-Deceased Mae Warnslord-Keiier-Akron, Ohio Helen Welker-Ross-Monticello, Indiana Virgil Whitney-Dentist-Bellelontaine, Ohio Pearl Workman-Conkle-Deceased CLASS OF 1919 Clarence Awwiller-Farmer-Fredericktown, Ohio Dwight Banbgg-Mail Carrier-Danville. Ohio Mary Durbin ister Mary Justin-Detroit. Michigan Page Seventy five The Clarion '55 Hazel Farmer-Secretary Iohn Kaylor-Milling Business4Danville, Ohio Bernadette Lower-Wakely-San Antonio, Texas Harold Motz-Teacher-Massillon. Ohio Ruth Nyhart-I-linger--Columbus. Ohio Martha Parsons-RusselliPittsburgh, Pennsylvania Verna Purdy-Wendall-San Diego, California Angella SmithhislerfSister 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-Srgder-Garretsville, Ohio Clyde Delong- enter Village. Ohio Gertrude Durbin-Gardner-Brinkhaven, Ohio Cletus Gardner-Brinkhaven. Ohio Chelnissa Greer-Rice-Barberton. Ohio Nellie Lauderbaugh-Allen-Glen lean. West Virginia Alfred Logsdon-Danville. Ohio Esther Logsdon-Stimmel-Texas Nellie Maqers-Deceased Susan Miller-Newton-Deceased Naomi Rice-Haskins-Teacher-Ashland. 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-Deardorf-Toledo, Ohio CLASS OF 1921 Bernard Alexander-Danville, Ohio Eva Bailey-France-Brewster, Ohio Gladys Baker-Shaw-Ashland. Ohio Harry Dailey-Columbus, Ohio Elizabeth Blubaugh-Deceased Neva Cochran-BergerfColumbus, Ohio Lucy Ferenbaugh- ayne-Wooster. Ohio Anna W. Gardner-Walters-Cleveland. Ohio Ross l-Ioovler-Mount Vernon. Ohio Eva Kaylor-Purdy--Howard. Ohio Dwight Liter-Turlre Farm-Danville. Ohio Maurice McMillan--Columbus. Ohio Ensil McNabb-Teacher-Mansiield. 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,fAshland, Ohio Herman Shultz-Farmer-Danville, Ohio Luke Smithhisler-Mechanic-Loudonville, Ohio Jennie Stillinger-Nurse-Canton. Ohio Marilla Welker-Mickley-Danville, Ohio Susan Whitney-Danville, Ohio Clio M. Woolridqe-Scott-Howard. Ohio CLASS OF 1922 Ada M. Banburye-Deceased Ralph Carver-Salesman-Bucyrus, Ohio Mary L. Greer-Elliot-Danville, Ohio Iohn 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-Centerburq. Ohio Troynette Lower-McDonald-Akron. Ohio Leona Neiderhouser-Shatter-Danville. Ohio Coreta Rice-Dailey-Columbus. Ohio Bernard Richert-Mansfield. Ohio Harold Richard-119 Harvard Ave., Mansfield. Ohio Kenneth Ross-Insurance-Chillicothe. Ohio Frances Sapp Durbin-Doylestown, Ohio Harold Shackle-Danville, Ohio Harvey Shumaker--Danville, Ohio Ferne Wander-Kendle-Columbus. Ohio Clifford Stillinger-Houston. Texas Raymond Stull-Ashland, Ohio I Thelma Young-Lauderbaugh-Danville, Ohio CLASS OF 1923 Robert Allen-Amity, Ohio Ramona Banbury-Reber-South Bend. Indiana Ruth Beck-Church-New Philadelphia. Ohio Page Seventy-six Lula CochraniNurse-Pompano Beach, Florida Nellie DeLong-Bebout-Teacher-Bladensburg. 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-Draitsman-Fairport Harbor, Ohio Albert Fendericl:-Teacher-Ashland. Ohio Mabel Greer-R ce-327 Samaritan Ave.. Ashland, Ohio Clara Hamrnond-Mickley-Louisville, Ohio Frank Hawkins-Mount Vernon, Ohio Farland Hurnbert-Grocer-Howard. Ohio Lester Hyatt-Deceased Cora Larderbauqh-Vanon-Stockton. West Virginia Fenton Loqsdon-Clerk-Danville. Ohio William Money-Brinkhaven, Ohio Dorothy Nyhart-Severns-Greer. Ohio Herman Piar-Farmer-Greer. Ohio Myron Purdg-Millwood, Ohio '1'riesa Rine- ngle-Teacher-Danville, Ohio Ernest Robeson-Sacramento. California Isabel Sapp-Columbus. Ohio Lawrence Sapp-Columbus. Ohio Louise Smithhisler-Bailey-Grundy Center, Iowa Walter Stephenson--Columbus. Ohio Grover Strouse-Teacher-Amity, Ohio Orva Tisserand-Akron, Ohio loy Workman-Campbell-Wadsworth, Ohio Ronald Workman-Farmer-Danville, Ohio Paul Wright-Columbus, Ohio ' cr.Ass or 1924 Mabel Bailey-Vogeal-Akron, Ohio Dorma Barker-Howard, Ohio May Beck--Danville, Ohio Evelyn Church-Tracy-Danville. Ohio Dorothy Clawson-Haleen. Ohio Ruth Clawson-Anewukale-Rayland, Ohio Coreta Darling-Spurgeonwwalhonding, Ohio Ferne Fendrick-Palmer-Millersburg. Ohio Francis Gardner-Akron, Ohio Donald Grassbaugh4Accountant-Detroit, Michigan Gilbert Harmer-Wooster. Ohio Mathew Hawkins-Detroit. Michigan Iustin Henley-Columbus. Ohio Frances Kay or-Humber!-Howard. Ohio Ramona Koppert-Deceased Robert Logsdon-Akron. Ohio Ross Magers-eFarmer-Danville. Ohio Raymond Mickley-Louisville. Ohio Coralie Neiderhouser-Mitchart-Glenmont. Ohio Ross Nghart-Deceased Lucille eed-Doup-Martinsburg. Ohio Ephrim Rice-Butler, Ohio Floyd RiceABanker-327 Samaritan Ave. Ashland. Ohio James Rice-Westinghouse-Mansfield, Ohio Iockolgobesonvl-Iigh School Teacher-Mount Vernon. io Elizabeth Sapp-Nurse-New York Minard Scott-Minister-Palmyra, Ohio Glenna Shultz-Brennings-Mansfield. Ohio Carl Smiths-Brakenidge. Pennsylvania Robert Stringiellow-Mount Vernon. Ohio Ina Stull-Knuckle-Cincinnati. Ohio Harry Welker-Columbus. Ohio Elsie Westrich-Columbus, Ohio Stanley Workman-Deceased Lloyd Young-WestinghousefMansfield. Ohio Thelma Young-Deceased 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 Body-Sapp-Columbus, Ohio Elizabeth Cambell-Lane-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-Painesville, Ohio Carl Hammond-Suit. of School-Brooksville. Ohio Cecil Hendershott- ancaster, Ohio Gladys HendershottAColuxnbus. Ohio Theresa Hoberg-Stringiellow-Deceased Gordon Humbert-Princigal-Lima. Ohio Orpha Ka lor-Miley-A: land. Ohio Elva Kirk-iartrum-138 Prospect St.. Berea. Ohio Laura Lauderbaugh-Reiil-Toledo. Ohio Dean Pipes-Lou anville, Ohio Doris Rice-Danville. Ohio John W. Rice-Greer. Ohio Doroth Sa -Bluhaugh-Danville, Ohio Edna gap ggce-Greer. Ohio Howard Sgholee-Tnrck Driver-Columbus. Ohio Kenneth Thatcher--Garageman D Winnie Wheaton-Winternnger-Danville. Ohm Veroniga Harlett-Stenographer-Mount Vernon, O o Bertha Wheaton-Lawrence-Mill-Detroit. Mich. Mary Sevitts-Hartman-Danville, Ohio Helen White-Franke-Hartvllle.. Ohio Ferne Workman-Danville. Ohm ' Glenn Workman-Mount Vernon. Ohio Lamotta Workman-Deceased CLASS OF 1926 Marie Arnold-Grotez-Akron. Ohio Barnetta Banbury-Finley-North Manchester. Indiana ' Monica Blubaugh-Smith-Cleveland. Ohm Ralph Blubaugh-Danville. Ohio . Ralph Cornell-Beal EstateEMount Vernon. Ohm Wil ard Dall -Newark. O o lnezoliizrbin-Harlett-High School Teacher-Danville. o Ralph Durbin-Doyleetown. Ohio George Hammond-Columbus. Ohio ' Laverne Kirk-Milling Business-Millwood. Ohio Hervie Riley-Merchant--Danville. Ohm Donna Robeson-Lederer-Cleveland. Ohio Coletta Shultz-Durbin-Danville. Ohio Michael Smlthhlsler-Teacher-Danville. Ohio Ruth Stone-Teacher-Onrono. Ohm Dale Stull-Ashland. Ohio I Helen Stull-Miller-Mount Vernon. Ohm Opal Wise-Givens-Mount Vernon, Ohm Doris Workman-Metcall-Mount Vernon. Ohio Omra Workman-Ashland. Ohio CLASS OF 1927 Cretora Battin-White-Howard. Ohio Iohn Body,-Bangs. Ohio Edna Coc ran-Smith-Iowa , Wilford Colop -Farmer-Danville. Ohio Clara Durbin-Yun lt-Columbus. Ohio Richard Durbin-Danville. Ohio Severn Durbin-Bethesda. Maryland Zelma Durbin-Fry--Mount Vernon, Ohio LaVon Fowler Cliltord Gardner-New York. New York Regina Gldllbdlgh--DOCBGBBO Bernice Harding- rmstrong--Danville. Ohio Margaret Harlett-Mount ernon. Ohio Leota Hendershott-Casey-Oil City. Pennsylvania Claude Henle -Columbus. Ohio Opal Kaiser-l-Kzrdeety-Anderson. South Carolina Luke Mille4Danville. Ohio l Clarence Mizer-Dairy Bar-Danville. Ohio Doroth Purdy-Lynn-1905 E. lst St.. Long Beach. Caiitornia Cletul Sapp-Columbus. Ohio Paul Sheperd-Deceased Wlnilred Sheperd-Hammond--Brooksville. Ohio Raymond Sm th -Stock Dealer-Danville. Ohio Allen White-Farmer-Danville. Ohio Bernard Workman-Teacher-Holmesville. Ohio Donald Workman-Architect . Glen Workman-North Canton. Ohm Vida Workman-Robeson-Teacher--Danville CLASS OF 1928 Paul Arnold-Deceased . . Harold Bailey-State Garage-Gambier. Ohm lohn Baker-Mlllwood. Ohio - Cliflord Banbury-Truck Driver--Danville. Ohio Werden Banbury-Loudonville. Ohio Florence Blubaugh-Finan-Danville. Ohio Kathr n Black-Gebler-Bullalo. New York Louie YBlubaugkh-Danville. Ohio Ruth Blubaug -Plechowski-Canton. Ohio Ralph Body-Farmer-Danville. Ohio Otto Peller-Danville. Ohio Ronald Gaines-Fur Dealer--Mount Vernon. Ohio Ethel Glifln-Butler-Mount Vernon. .Ohio Bernice Hawk-Rice-Mansfield. Ohm Edith Harmer-Mount Vernon. Ohio The Clarion '55 Donald Hess-Rittman. Ohio Lorna Hiatt-Knox-Mount Vernon, Ohio Meryle aylor-Loudonville. Ohio Dale Lanning-Norwalk. Ohio Helen McElroy-Miller-Deceased Bernard McMillan-Howard. Ohio Eva Mizer-Body-Danville. Ohio Pauline Mowery-Ross-Mount Ver Balph Mowery-Danville. Ohio Louise Parsons-Vernon-Gambier. Ohio Agatha Sapp-Secretari-Cleveland. Ohio Paul Simmons-Clerk- shland. Ohio Maurine Shultz-I-'esler-Danville. Ohio Edward Stxers-Farmer-Gambier. Ohio Ruby Wels -Bricker-Danville. Ohio Edward White-Farmer-Howard. Ohio Lucille Wimmer-Whitney-Millwood. Ohio Florence Workman-Teacher-Beach City! Ohio Kenneth Workman-Farmer-Danville. O 'o CLASS OF 1929 Burdetta Body-Woods-Danville. Ohio Emrneretta Cologz-Kirwin-Post Oiiice-Danville. Ohio Hugh Colopy- ron. Ohio Virgil Crowthers-Cleveland. Ohio Henry Durbin-Cincinnati. Ohio Lucy Durbin-Workman-Mount Vernon, Ohio Paul Edgar-Danville. Ohio Robert lias-Illinois lame: Pesler-Consulting Engineer at B. G W., B bet . Ohi non. Ohio ar ron o Ierome Fesler-Mount Vernon. Ohio Thomas Gardner?-Standard Oil Dist.-Danville. Ohio Burl Green-Mansfield. Ohio Blaine Greer-Farmer-Greer, Ohio Willord Heaton-Cleveland. Ohio Virginia HenleYSenlt-Columbus, Ohio Vio et Logsdon- ayne-Deceased Dorothy eiderhouser-Odell-Mount Vernon, Ohio Marion Ranck-Fry-Danville. Ohio Iudeon Rice-Farmer-Danville. Ohio Clarissa Sapg:-Starr-Wooster. Ohio Helen Sagp- urg-er-Akron, Ohio George S ultz- oudonville. Ohio Helen Stitzlein-Workman-Detroit. Michigan Olive Stull-Baker-Danville. Ohio Leone Switzer-Murdock-Iellowtg. Ohio Hazel Thatcher-Beck-Danville, hio Naomi Winterririger-Thatcher-Warsaw. Ohio Betty Workman- dgar--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 Bluhausilli-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 Giiiin-Sharp-Loudonville. Ohio Frances Grassbaugh-Hawk-Danville, Ohio Martha Grassbaugh-Secretary-Columbus. Ohio Bonnie Green-Greer-Danville. Ohio Dwiiht Greer-Farmer--Danville. Ohio Ralp Heaton-Greer. Ohio Pauline Hendershott-Gray-Danville. Ohio Willard Holt-Implement Dealer-Danville. Ohio Thelma Lower-Durbin-Danville. Ohio Eva McMillan-Yearous-Danville. Ohio Sadie Miller-Nurse-Newark. New Ieroey Iake 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 Shafler-Shreve, Ohio Grace Shultz-Lentz-Galion. Ohio Mary Stull-Welker-Kentucky George Styers-Newark. Ohio Fern Temple-Dunn-Mount Vernon. Ohio Sarah Tisserand-SnivelB-Danville. Ohio Violet 'l'emple-Kai1or- anville, Ohio Dwight We ker- entuckyl Velma Wimrner-Carl-As land. Ohio Garnet Wise-Telephone Manager-Danville. Ohio Page Seventy-seven The Clarion '55 Donna Workman-Glasgo-Loudonville. Ohio Doris Workman-Banbury-Danville. Ohio Byron Yearous-Farmer-Danville, Ohio Ellsworth Zimmerman-Brinkhaven, Ohio CLASS OF 1931 Virginia Banbury-Snively-Ielloway. Ohio Otto Blubaugh-FarmerfDanvi1le. Ohio Owen Blubauqh-Deceased - Howard Bower-Danville. Ohio Edith Cology-Stull-Columbus. Ohio Madeline ullison-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 Kenneth Durbin-Danville. Ohio Howard Edgar-Mansfield. 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-Puitner-Danville, Ohio Robert Kaylor-Mount Vernon. Ohio Violet May Kailor-Baugher-Danville. Ohio Eleanor Lyons- ice-Mansfield. 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 John Shulrs-Howard, Ohio Edna Smith-Spearman-Danville. Ohio Margaret Smith-Chadil-Danville, Ohio Donald Strive?-Danville. Ohio Lotus Snow- nglish Proiessor. Hope College- 1-lolland. Michigan Robert Spearman-Danville. Ohio Alice Tisserand-Patterson-Warsaw. Ohio Robert Walters-Teacher-Coshocton. Ohio lva Winterringer-Smith-Tiverton. Ohio Gerald Workman-Danville. Ohio Eloise Mowery-Murdock-Danville. Ohio CLASS OF 1932 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 I Germanus Colopy-Electrician-Zanesville. Ohio Eugene Durbin-Columbus, Ohio Neva Durbin-Danville. Ohio Harris Farmer-Los Angeles, California Louis Gardner-Farrner-Howard. Ohio Evelyn Gardner-Singer-Warsaw. Ohio Marguerite Gardner-Durbin-Akron. Ohio Florence Green-Shai'ier4Alexandria. Ohio Virginia Hardman-Oswalt-Ielloway. Ohio Glenn Hiner-Loudonville. Ohio Laysel Hochstetler-Instructor-Arkansas Agr. College Samuel Holt-Danville. Ohio Loraine Horn-Farmer-Danville. Ohio Opal Kaylor-Mizer-Danville. Ohio Lenore Miller-Riley-Danville. Ohio Iohn Neiderhouser-Danville. Ohio I Ralph Rice-Implement Dealer-Mount Vernon. Ohio Marthella Shaw-Shaw-Los Angeles. California Frances Smith-Hauger-Howard. Ohio Eileen Stout41-Iigh School Teacher-Manslield. Ohio George Watson-Engineer-Pittsburgh. Pennsylvania Glenn Wharton-U. S. Army ' Marjorie White-Lepley-Mount Vernon. Ohio Harry Workman-Farmer-Danville. Ohio CLASS OF 1933 Ethel Arnold-Receptionist-Danville. Ohio Myra Arnold-Fowler-Coshocton, Ohio Donald Awwiller-Mount Vernon. Ohio Charles Boeshart-Mount Vernon. Ohio Page Seventy-eight 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-Blubaughibanville. Ohio Teresa Durbin-Byrd-Loudonville, Ohio Carl Fesler-Repair Shop-Danville. Ohio Pauline Fulmer-Canton. Ohio Irvin Grassbaugh-Poultry Dealer-Danville. Ohio Duane Greer-Loudonville. Ohio Mary Hawk-WaremaniCo1umbus. Ohio Kathleen Hendershott-Danville. Ohio Edwin Lyons-Danville. Ohio Edna Mapes-StenograRher--Mount Vernon. Ohio Olive Miller-Grassbaug -Deceased 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 OF 1934 Clare Arnold-Smith-Akron, Ohio Joseph Baker-Danville. Ohio Lyda Campbell-Carpenter-Danville. Ohio Bernard Colopy-Danville. Ohio Ioseph Cross-MorticianMColumbus. Ohio Letha Crouthers-Bowers-Glenmont. Ohio Audrey Drake-Deceased Mary rank-Greeley. Colorado Leola Gessling-Zody--Perrgsville. Ohio Clyde Green-Manstield. hio Oral Hall-Loudonville, Ohio Dale Hammond-Grocer-Danville. Ohio Lucille Heaton-1-less-Cloverdale. Michigan Lawrence Loneyelioward. Ohio Mae Lyons-Durbin-Doylestown. Ohio Louise Mille-Shultz-Howard. Ohio Virginia Miller-Smith-Danville. Ohio Bethel Mowery-Mount Vernon. Ohio Guy Mowery-Mount Vernon. Ohio Ralph Parsons-Deceased Virgil Pryor-Flxible-Loudonville. Ohio Charles Rice-Atlantic City. New Iersey Carl Shultz-Deceased Richard Shultz'-Cincinnati. Ohio Catherine Smith-Shorder-Akron. Ohio Beniamin Strub1efCleveland. Ohio Miriam Truex-Fletcher--Danville. Ohio Hazel Strouse-Shewman-Danville. Ohio Keith Welker-Deceased Ardella Wimmer-Stump-Tampa. Florida Harker Workman-Danville. Ohio Margaret Wise-Dial-Danville. Ohio Herman Workman-Beach City. Ohio Rosalie Workman-Liter-Ielloway. Ohio CLASS OF 1935 Kathleen Awwiller-Waters-Blisslield, Ohio Rowena Awwiller-Workman-Danville. Ohio Geraldine Banbury-Sellers-Loudonville. Ohio Catherine Blubaugh-Good-Circleville. Ohio Allred Blubaugh-Brinkhaven, Ohio Eloise Blubaugh-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 DunneMinister-Indiana Wendell Edgar-New York, New York Gertrude Fesler-Danville. Ohio David Frank-Loudonville. Ohio Maxine I-lumphrey-Broadhurst-Akron. Ohio Evergtt. Kanuckel-Implement Dealer-Danville. no Genevieve Kaylor-Mavis-Danville. Ohio Gladys Lightner Mildred Loney-Bell-Akron. Ohio Kenneth Lybarger-Deceased Iohn Mickley-Mount Vernon. Ohio Banbury Miller-Deceased Eileen Murphy-Mizer-Danville. Ohio Lucille Rice-MondronfMount Vernon. Ohio Leo Smith-Akron. Ohio V C, I Blaine Stumbaugh-Coshocton. Ohio Ruth Stumhaugh-Pollard-Loudonville, Ohio Rita Weber-Shaw-Coshocton. Ohio Ruby Winterringer-Leedy-Danville. Ohio Eula Mae Workman-Grand. Illinois CLASS OF 1936 Lawrence Adams-Mount Vernon. Ohio Dean Awwiller-Danville, Ohio Virginia Arnholt-Cutler-Cleveland. Ohio Ma el Banbury-Mizer-Danville. Ohio Wayne Banbury-Deceased Eve yn Blubaugh-Shultz-Danville. Ohio Jose h Blubaugh-Deceased Glanrys Campbell-Stumbaugh-Coshocton. Ohio Mildred Cololpy-Tulloss-New York Royal Critch ield-Zanesville. Ohio Leeola Doi?-Cleveland. Ohio Lois Dunn- aniels-Jelloway. Ohio George Durbin-Columbus. Ohio Mary Durbin-St. Hilaire-Oreglon Theodore Frank-Danville. 0 io Eugene Fulmer-Mount Vernon. Ohio John Gardner-Mount Vernon. Ohio Lena Grassbaugh-Esposito-New York. New York Raymond Green-Mansfield. Ohio Evan l-Iochstetler-Mount Vernon. Ohio Charlotte Humshrethumbaugh-Brinkhaven. Ohio James Jones- rink aven. Oh o l'larr.gdliKanuckle-Implement Dealer-Danville. o Bill Leverlng--Mount Vernon. Ohio Daniel Li htner-Clerk-Mansfield. Ohio I-larle Mixer-Farmer-Danville. Ohio Annagelle Mot:-Reuhlinq-Danville. Ohio James Murphy- Dorothy Oeqood-Alexander-Mansiield. Ohio Lenore Rlce-'l'eacher- Franklin Rlchert-Mount Vemon. Ohio Pearl Ridenbaugh-Conkle-Mount Vernon. Ohio Robert Robison-Mount Vernon. Ohio William Sheasby-Mount Vernon. Ohio William Shultz-Greer. Ohio John Smith-Deceased Ruth Snow-Holdren-Teacher-Danville. Ohio Joseph Strauebaugh-Farmer-Glenrnont. Ohio Elisabeth Strouee-Overmyer-Brinkhaven. Ohio Maxine Styer-Clyde-Mount Vernon. Ohio Ralph 'Iruex-Danville. Ohio Blanche Tucker-Danville. Ohio l Ruth Wander-Anderson-Klllbuck. Ohio Juanita Workman-Mount Vernon. Ohio l Robert Workman-Farmer-Danville. Ohio CLASS OF 1937 Thomas Bebout-Walhondinq. Ohio Ruth Bil eu-Huston-Bellaire. Ohio Raymond Boeshart-Danville. Ohio John Cogglnsl-Fredggcktown. Ohio Joe Colo y- eceas Ale5aDDoEp-Klgrpatrlclsi-Mt. Liberty. Ohio Pa ur m-- ecease Maxine Florence-Gibbs-Seattle. Washington Martha Hawk-Staats-Danville. Ohio Anna Holbrook-Bailey-Howard. Ohio Twyla Hom-Roberts-Danville. Ohio Ronald Kaglor-Teacher-Canton, Ohio Ruth Kerr- lubaugh-Cleveland. Ohio Myra Lower-Miller-Danville. Ohio Sarah Mapes-Danville. Ohio Jack McClary-Columbus. Ohio . l Mildred Nyhart-Workman-Danville. Ohio Eileen Mitchel-Sister Joan oi Arch-Ossurinq. N. Y. Nina Parsons-Pembrook-Mount Vemon. Ohio Mar Rice-Simmons-Columbus. Ohio Ralpxi Sapg-Danville. Ohio Clarence S ultz-Farmer-Danville. Ohio Bill Simmons-Columbus, Ohio Rita Shuman-Robinson-Mount Vernon. Ohio Frank Statler-Perrlsville. Ohio - Bette Swi ert-Cler -Columbus. Ohio Kathleen gummers-Kacyzinske-Chicago. Illinois Henry Weber-Mount ernon. Ohio Wava Workman-Hammond. Danville. Ohio Darwin Young-Mansfield. Ohio Leota Workman-Pribble--Loudonville. Ohio CLASS OF 1938 hula Adrian-Bruninrz-Cleveland. Ohio adonna Banbury- urnper-Mount Vernon. Ohio The Clarion '55 Paul Banbury-Danville. Ohio Frederick Body-Teacher-Amity. Ohio William Boeshart-Garner, Iowa Oran Chapman-Brinkhaven. Ohio Donald Colopy-Mount Vernon. Ohio Dorothy Colopb-Harrigal-Akron. Ohio John Colopy- anville. Ohio Bernard Dile-Santa Monica, Caliiornia Rita Durbin-Mount Vernon. Ohio Ronald Farquhar-Loudonville. Ohio Lucile Fesler-Young-Mansfield. Ohio Raymond I-'rank-Danville. Ohio Ruth Frasher-Altwise-Florida Maurice Gessling-Mansfield. Ohio Elaine Hill-Hamlin-Mansfield. Ohio Charles Huffman-Deceased 1' Quentine Lannin -Mount Vernon. Ohio R ' Suimbivfeqch-grinkhaven. Ohio edra cMxllan-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 Pryor-Hagans-Danville. Ohio Robert Robinson-Deceased Charles Rice-Mansfield. Ohio Clayton Scholes-Cleveland. Ohio EIYBIB Shaw-Surgeon-Washington C. H. artha Shaw-Bebout-Mount Vernon. Ohio Rayimond Shultz-Greer. Ohio Art ur Smith-Akron. Ohio Theodore Smith--Danville. Ohio Wendell Spearman-Danville, Ohio Lucille Strang-Pgne-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 Workman-Ranshurg-Indianapolis. Indiana CLASS OF 1939 Mary Adams-Awwiller-Danville. Ohio James Adrian-Deceased Martha Arnholt-Wachtel-Nashville. Ohio William Bennett-Howard, Ohio Basil Blubauqh-Columbus. Ohio Dorothgf Blubaugh-l-li gins-Howard. Ohio Betty ilyeu-Truex-ganville. Ohio John Blubaugh-Circleville. Ohio Marion Blubaugh-Harris-Texas Cletus Boeshart-Physician-St. Louis. Missouri Helen Brecker-Weber-Danville, Ohio Doris Butts-Christopher-Marietta. Ohio Luella Clark-Bertch-Brinkhaven. Ohio Anna Coleman-Hively-Mount Vernon. Ohio Francis DeMyor-California 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-Stackler-Danville. Ohio Alva Hoover-Danville. Ohio Eddie Jones-Brinkhaven. Ohio Mildred Kagor-Hunter-Brandon. Ohio Virginia Mc ougal-Hoover-Danville. Ohio Joseph Mickley-Danville Bank-Danville. Ohio Florence Miller-Gault-Detroit. Michigan James Miller-Columbus. Ohio Robert Motz-Danville. Ohio Margse Neiderhouser-Gueulette-Mount Vernon. io Josephine Rice-Wolie-Mount Vernon. Ohio Barbara Rice-Wolie-Mount Vernon. Ohio Eileen Richert-Mosher-Danville. Ohio Eva Robinson-Green-Mansfield. Ohio Wanda Rush-Rahn-New Castle. Ohio Molly Senit-Gooding-Mount Vernon. Ohio Laken Staats-Howard. Ohio Dorothy Stumbaugh-Gardner-Mount Vernon, Ohio Donald Thorp-Danville. Ohio Velma Turney-Comelius-Mount Vernon. Ohio Joseph Waters-U. S. Army Bernard Weber-Deceased Ina Joe Wheeler-Norton-Wheeling. West Virginia Byron Workman-Carpenter-Danville. Ohio Pauline Workman-Conrad-Loudonville. Ohio Page Seventy-nine The Clarion '55 CLASS OP 1940 Robert Alexander-Mount Vernon, Ohio Lillian Baugher-Carskadau-Cincinnati, Ohio Maxine Blubaugh-Washington Otto Blubaugh-Danville, Ohio Pauline Blubaugh-Gardner-Howard. Ohio Dorothy Brooks-Moore-Akron, Ohio Doris Brooks-Zimmerman-Iewett. Ohio Betty Charlton-Jacobs'-Mount Vernon, Ohio Mary Clark-Elliot-Brinkhaven, Ohio Arnold Colopy-Danville, Ohio Mary Davis-Bechtel-Ankenytown, Ohio Edna Didinger-Sheldon-Danville, Ohio Marian Gessling-EdgarMManstield, Ohio Martha Greer-Staats-Danville, Ohio Bill Hagans-Danville, Ohio Mary Alice Hammond-Adelsberger-Danville, Ohio Ernest Kidwell-Delaware, Ohio Rose Marie Lower-Bennett-Akron, Ohio Dale McClain-Missionary-China Joseph 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-Bladensburq, Ohio Kenneth Shaw-Farmer-Danville. Ohio Charles Shultz-Mount Vernon, Ohio Bessie Strong-Heimberger-Loudonville, Ohio Ned Staats-Danville, Ohio Iames Strong-Loudonville, Ohio Walter Temple-Loudonville, Ohio Bethel Thompson-Wells-Oakland. California Iames Troyer-Buckeye Lake, Ohio lean Wander-Collins-Colorado Clara Weber-Wolt-Mount Vernon, Ohio Bonnie White-Lynch-New York Faith Whitney- eeder-Danville. Ohio CLASS OF 1941 Dorothy Banbury-Sellers-Mount Vernon, Ohio Joseph Blubaugh-Danville, Ohio Edward Boeshart-Danville, Ohio Ruth Buxton-Derrinberger-Loudonville, Ohio Robert Chaliant-Mount Vernon, Ohio Willidm Chaliant--Mount Vemon, Ohio Russel Cly-Oregon Irene Davis-Predericktown, Ohio Barbara Durbin-Place-Wapakoneta, Ohio Clyde Heaton-Navy Yard-Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Karlene Hill-Doup-Fredericktown, Ohio Sara Iane Iones-Brinkhaven, Ohio Bessie Iurgens4Mansiield, 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-Col eqe, Ft. Wayne, Indiana Iane Mills-Sinclair-Youngstown, Ohio Robert Mizer-Danville, Ohio Ruth Rice-Hull-Howard, Ohio Tyrus Rice4Danville, Ohio Betty Robinson-Mansfield, Ohio Alice Schaub-Carter-Greer, Ohio Martha Scholes-McMillan-Danville. Ohio lean Sentt-Secretary-Dayton, Ohio Kathryn Smith-Lloyd--Danville, Ohio Kenneth Spurgeon-Deceased Delmar Sturnbaugh-Mount Vernon, Ohio Eva Temple-Clements-Mansfield, Ohio Iames Thompson-Danville, Ohio Paul Thompson-Mount Vernon, Ohio Joseph Williams-Manstield, Ohio CLASS OF 1942 George Adrian-U. 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 Bill Baugher-Colorado Dan Beeman-Deceased Margie Butler-Mackey-Greer, Ohio Louise Breckler-Mount Vernon. Ohio Eileen Breckler-Thompson-Danville, Ohio Don Butts-Danville, Ohio Page Eighty Florence Colo y-Heldenbrand-Manstield, Ohio Walter Cly-lganville, Ohio Evelyn Conkle-Branyon-Cleveland, Ohio Rev. Clement Durbin-Christ the King Church! Columbus, Ohio lim Elliott-Danville. Ohio Clarence Frasherwlfluron, Ohio Marcella Greer-Bross-Danville, Ohio Evelyn Banbury-Hughett-Danville, Ohio Floyd Kirk-Millwood, Ohio Earl Laughrey-Danville, Ohio Lois Martin-Barker-Mount Vernon. Ohio Dan Meaqer-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 lack Parrish-Dentist-Columbus, Ohio Anna Oiler-Cleveland, Ohio Mary Sheasby-Troyer-Buckeye Lake, Ohio Louise Smith-Diehl-Mansfield, Ohio Teresa Thatcher-Utica, Ohio lack Thatcher-Brinkhaven, Ohio Harold Ventlinq-Columbus, Ohio Paul Weber-Canton. Ohio Ruth Workman-Lingenielter-Loudonville, Ohio Merrill Hochstetler-Danville. Ohio Kenneth Hendershott-Brinkhaven, Ohio Ethel Strang-Loudonville, Ohio CLASS OF 1943 Margene Awwiller-Mount Vernon, Ohio Dwight Banbury-Ohio Power Company-Danville Ohio Iomes Blubaugh-Danville, Ohio Leonard Blubaugh-Danville, Ohio Icmes Bross-Electrician-Danville, Ohio Mildred Cline-Hyatt-Stillwell, Ohio Hazel Cly-Wantlingebanville, Ohio Carl Colopy-Columbus. Ohio Myron Farquhar-Greer, Ohio Clyde Perenbauqh-Millwood, Ohio Delmar Frank-Wooster, Ohio Willard Gaumer-Loudonville. Ohio Donna Gessling-Yovoshek-Mansfield, Ohio Clayton Hagans-Mount Vernon. Ohio Melvin Huffman-Wooster, Ohio Harry Kaylor-Danville, Ohio Hazel Kidwell-Gatrell-East Point, Georgia Iames Mavis-Bowling Green University, Bowling Robert Mickle -Mount Vernon, Ohio Norma Miller- ody-Danville, Ohio Nel lane Miller-Hissong-Danville. Ohio Bernard Mizer-Newark, Ohio Helen Parker-Coulter-San Antonia. Texas Robert Sapp-Mansfield, Ohio' Guy Shaw-Mount Vernon, Ohio Sara Strang-Martin-Nashville. Ohio Iessie Senit-A. P. O., New York Cosmas Smith-Danville, Ohio Tressie Summers-Cox-Dayton, Ohio Burl Thompson-Millwood. Ohio Norma Iean Troyer-Sheldon-Brinkhaven, Ohio Marvin Tracy-Cleveland, Ohio lean Ventling-Hubbell-Danville, Ohio Roy Wander-Columbus, Ohio Donald Wheeler-Chinalake, California Donna Workman-Tucker-Bangs, Ohio Mona Workman-Florence-Texas Patty Workman-Cleveland, Ohio Donis Wyatt-Snyder-Dayton, Ohio Green, Ohio CLASS OF 1944 Mable Arnholt-Rohrbaugh-Loudonville, Ohio Marjorie Blubaugh-Selby-Deceased Lucille Boeshart-Bross-Gambier, Ohio Glenn Bowmane-Danville, Ohio Louis Butts-Mount Vernon, Ohio Leo Colofry-Zanesville, Ohio Dick Dai y-Danville, Ohio Bob Dennis-Columbus, Ohio Marilla Ferenbaugh-Mansfield, Ohio Nelson Klein-P.B.I. Washington, D. C. Ralph Lloyd-Mount Vemon, Ohio Paul Mick ey-Danville, Ohio Dick Miller-Loudonville, Ohio Sara Miller-Hair-Denver, Colorado Robert Parker-Iameston, Ohio Martha Parrish-Merrill-Bryan, Ohio Margaret Schaub-Wheeler-Calitornia Martha Shaiier-Teacher-Mount Vernon. Ohio Iris Shatter-Mohs-Cincinnati. Ohio Florence Shaw-Koetochryr-Cleveland. Ohio Iune Shaw-Bush-Mount Vernon. Ohio Doris Sheasby-Silver Springs. Maryland Bob Simmons-Danville. Ohio Helen Steiner-Wiqton-Shreve. Ohio Betty Stumbauqh-Mowery-Greer. Ohio Donald Thomason-Mount Vernon. Ohio Betty Tieche- reckler-Danville. Ohio Mary Weber-Danville. Ohio Sam Workman-Danville. Ohio CLASS OF 1945 Ralph Ball-f-Teacher-Danville. Ohio Helen Blubaugh-Cotton-Colorado Dick Blubauq -Mount Vernon. Ohio Mary Durbin-Blubaugh-Danville. Ohio Clovis Frank-Minister-Cincinnati. Ohio I-'rank Geselinga-Mansfield, Ohio Iocelyn Greer- cl-'addon-Greer. Ohio Norma Hagxans-Bible School-Cincinnati. Ohio Helen Mee an-Hawkins-Brinkhaven. Ohio Erma Mixer-Sweet-Danville. Ohio Lola lones-Mullet-Glenmont. Ohio Rondale Pritchard-Danville. Ohio Marguerite Ridgiway-Kaylor-Danville. Ohio Bernard Sapg- ount Vernon. Ohio Grace Sagzp- emple-Greer, Ohio Dorothy mith-Ridenbaugh-Mount Vernon. Ohio Dick Tracy-Mlllwood. hio Fred Rice-Mansfield. Ohio Victoria Workman-Wander-Columbus. Ohio CLASS OF 1946 Virgil Adrian-Danville. Ohio Gerene Allen-Columbus. Ohio Paul Arweller-Danville. Ohio Allred Blubough-U. S. Army Pauline Butler-Shaw-Brinkhaven. Ohio Ioan Colopy-Cleveland. Ohio Margie Colopy-Sarnalee-Danville. Ohio Francis Croston-Ma e-Zanesville. Ohio Luella Darr-Hochstetler-Danville. Ohio Howard Drake-Danville. Ohio Woneta Dunn-Chevuront--Mount Vernon. Ohio louph Hanger-Danville. Ohio Richard Kle -Columbus. Ohio Betty Lauqhrif-Crlder-Howard. Ohio Ellen Lesley- artln-Brlnkhaven. Ohio Helen Lesley-Elliott-Danville. Ohio Betty Lou artin-SecretarB:Mount Vernon. Ohio Hodnex Mick1ey-Farmer- nvilie. Ohio Donal Mickley-Farmer-Danville. Ohio Pauline Mickley-Clark-Mount Vernon. Ohio Encil Mille-Feed Dealer-Danville. Ohio George Mullet-Shellmar-Mount Vernon. Ohio Mary Shatter-Kirk-Mlllwood. Ohio Charles Shaw-Brinkhaven. Ohio Gene Smith-Danville. Ohio William Stitxleln-Farmer-Glenmont. Ohio Iames Meehan-Brinlrhaven. Ohio llifman Workman-Deceased arold White-Utica. Ohio Dorothy Walters-Mount Vernon. Ohio CLASS OF 1947 Edna Banbury-Reed-Hamilton. Ohio Margery Beeman-Briggs-Columbus, Ohio Dick Brumbauqh-Akron. Ohio Robert Cline-Brinlrhaven. Ohio Della Colgmr-Shira-Mount Vernon. Ohio Imogene inqer-Rettiq-Danville. Ohio Nancy Elliott-Columbus. Ohio Myron Frank-California Coreta l-'rasher-Lease-Mount Vernon. Ohio Nellie Horn-Truex-Mount Vernon. Ohio Robert Kaylor-U. S. Air Force Dalton Kaylor-Danville. Ohio Ralph Kent-Danville. Ohio Delores Logston-Meehan-Brinkhaven, Ohio Barbara Martin-Nomay!-Missouri Dick McClain-Kentuc y Kenneth Mickley-Mount Vernon. Ohio Carolyn Nyhart-Metcall-Mount Vernon. Ohio Gwendolyn O'Donnell-Fargo-Newark, Ohio Eva Stull-Wenger-Danvil e. Ohio Thelma Peterson-Toledo. Ohio Eugene Rice-Danville. Ohio Gene Shaclrle--Canton, Ohio Elva Shultz-Bixler-Loudonville. Ohio The Clarion ' Dorothy Snow-Bailes-Orrville, Ohio Dorothal Summers-Scottie-Mount Vernon, Ohio Patty hrte-Groseclose-Danville, Ohio Eddie Workman-U. S. Army CLASS OF 1948 Loren Banbury-Danville. Ohio Raymond Blubaugh-Colorado Anthony Boeshart-Danville. Ohio Betty Burke-Sand-Centerburg. Ohio Marie Butts-Mercy Hospital-Mount Vernon. Ohio Dale Campbell-Danville. Ohio Geqrqe Chapman-Danville. Ohio Louise Cline-Bswaters-Mount Vernon. Ohio Earl Colopy- anville. Ohio Wayne Crider-Mount Vernon. Ohio Iune Conkle-U. S. Amigo Sam Durbin-St. Mary's minary-Cincinnati. Ohio Harry Dunn-Danville. Ohio lean Gesslinq-Holt-Loudonville. Ohio Vonetta Landis-Sheasby-Danville. Ohio Loretta Long-Boeshart-Danville. Ohio Lillian Kaylor-Strouse-Glenmont. Ohio Sam McMi lan-Ashland College. Ashland. Ohio David Meehan-Army Air Corps Iessie Micklea'-Mansfield. Ohio Iim Mullet- anton. Ohio Marilyn O'Donnell-Alspach-Houston. Texas Lawrence Payne-Danville. Ohio Harold Rhodes-Glenmont. Ohio Marrietta Rice-Shultz-Greer. Ohio Richard Sapp-U. S. Armg' Dan Sheasby-Danville. hio Neil Staats-Farmer-Danville. Ohio Wayne Stumbaugh-Greer. Ohio Jim Trax?-Boston. Mass. LeRoy, orkman-Danville, Ohio Roy alters-Danville. Ohio CLASS OP 1849 Carol Adrain-Coterill-El Paso. Texas hernard Banbury-Mount Vernon. Ohio Tommy Banbury-Denison University-Granville. Ohio Dorothy Barnes-Thompson-Danville. Ohio Peggy Bell-Farmer-Greer. Ohio Martha Bittner-Home Demst. Agent-Delaware. Ohio Charles Brown-U. S. Army Glen Colopy-U. S. Air Force Lcxrrv Colony-Danville. Ohio Walter Durbin-Danville. Ohio Iames Elliot-Brinkhaven. Ohio Ethel Farrner-Brent-N "-e-Columbus. Ohio Iris Gardner-Akins-Mansfield. Ohio R-tty Hawkins-Lcruqhrey-Howard. Ohio Roberta Hill-Musgrave-U. S. Army Harriettcr Landis-Coleman-Mount Vernon. Ohio James Logston-Brinkhaven. Ohio Vernita Long-Mellor-Ashland. Ohio Vernon Martin-U. S. Air Force Roy Mylers-U. S. Army Helen yhart-Kaylor-Danville. Ohio Ellen Randles-Pigman-New Gilford. Ohio Ilaroline Sapp-Piar-Mount Vernon. Ohio Gwendolyn Smith-Beautician-Akron. Ohio Edna Taylor-Henwood-Howard. Ohio Leona Taylor-U. S. Army Barbara Thorp-Durbin-Danville. Ohio Fatty Weber-Cincinnati. Ohio Troy Wilson-Danville. Ohio CLASS OF 1950 Unita Akins-Coshocton. Ohio Ruth Arweller-Connell-Mount Vernon. Ohio Patricia Bilyeu-Samples-Danville. Ohio John Brass-U. S. Army-Greece Charles Clipse-Mount Vernon. Ohio Robert Durbin- Lucy Durbin-Koeble-Mount Vernon. Ohio Marqretta Farmer-Wilson- Danville. Ohio Iarnes Hains-Danville. Ohio Juanita Hains-Pritchard-Danville. Ohio xlelarbara HliErgiqin?EMount Vernon. Ohio arqaret i we - tambaugh-Mount Vernon. Gretchen Lusby-Mansiield. Ohio ohio Josephine laysbarger-Blue-Danville, Ohio William M innis-U. S. Army William Miclrley-Farmer-Danville. Ohio DorothyaMiclrley,-Cology-Danville, Ohio Clyde yen- . S. r Force-California Page Eighty one The Clarion '55 Mary Myers-Danville. Ohio Harold Payne-Danville. Ohio Lloyd Root-Nashville. Ohio Iohn Simmons-U. S. Army Donald Snyder-Danville. Ohio Donna Workman-Staats-Danville. Ohio Doris Young-Payne-Danville. Ohio CLASS OF 1951 Charles Barnesilishland. Ohio Eva BowersiMount Vernon. Ohio Martha Calkins-Butler-Danville. Ohio Dorothy Chapman-Bagent-Glenmont. Ohio Nancy Colopy-Hamm-Danville. Ohio Iarnes R. Cline-Brinkhaven. Ohio Iames S. Cline-Ieromesville. Ohio Gary Didinger-Danville. Ohio Charles Durbin-U. S. Navy Twila Fembaugh-Colopy-Howard. Ohio Wayne Pranks-U. S. Navy Helen Frazier-Danville. Ohio Ted Gardner-U. S. Arm? Glen Hauger--U. S. Air orce Carl Lesley!-U. S. Navy Marcina cDona1d-Clerk-Mount Vernon, Ohio Martha McMillian-Muskingum College-New Concord. Ohio Glen Mickley-Farmer-Danville. Ohio Robert Miller-L. K. Diner-Mount Vernon. Ohio Annabelle Peterson-Martin-Detroit. Michigan Helen Pigman-Meehan-Florida Arthur Pritchard-Danville. Ohio Donald Ridgeway-Driller-Danville. Ohio Thomas Sapp-U. S. Army Ioanne Sevitts-Mount Vernon. Ohio Carrol B. Shultz-U. S. Army Helen Vess-Greer. Ohio Rosalie Walters-Mount Vernon. Ohio Zane Wilson-U. S. Air Force Eric Winterhalter-U. S. Army William McMillian-FarmersDanville. Ohio Blaine Workman-U. S. Navy n U Shirley Workman-Brownell-Danville. Ohio Evelyn Zimmerman-Nommay-Glenmont. Ohio CLASS OF 1952 Eldon Antill-U. S. Navy Kenneth Armstrong-Danville, Ohio Shirley Baker-Danville. Ohio I U Delores Colopy-Catholic University-Washington D. C. Mary Io Durbin-Nursing Mt. Caramel Hospital Columbus. Ohio I Robert Edgar--Syracuse University-Syracuse. N. Y. Velta Elksnis-SulcsiClerk Charles Farmer-Timkens--Newark. Ohio Thomas I-'inan-U. S. Army Mary Agnes Harlett-Ponds-Mount Vernon. Ohio Bonnie Hartman-Miller--Danville. Ohio Annabelle Hoynian-Perenbaugh-Danville. Ohio Gail Laughery- U. S. Army Katheryn Liier-Mount Vernon. Ohio Robert Lygaarger-Mount Vernon. Ohio Herman ann-Shellmar-Danville, Ohio Margie McGinnis-Mount Vernon. Ohio William Miller-Danville. Ohio Ianice Mumper-Nursing Mt. Caramel Hospital- Columbus. Ohio Russell Myers--Lazarus-Columbus. Ohio Irene Mickley-Secretary-Danville. Ohio Ralph Phillips-U. S. Air Force Nedra Payne-Danville. Ohio Iames Randles-U. S. Army Mary Sue Rice-Dawson-Danville. Ohio Charles Schaub-U. S. Navy A Lloyd Sheasby-Danville. Ohio Alice Smith-Laughrey-Danville. Ohio Hazel Steiner-Cline-Ieromesville. Ohio Margaret String!ellow-Pitkins-Mount Vernon, Ohio Page Eighty-two Martha Stringlellow-Pitkins-Mount Vernon. Ohio Carroll Stull-Danville. Ohio Naomi Summers-Miller-Danville. Ohio I Betty Switzer-Bookkeeper-Ashland. Ohio Christopher Tracy-U. S. Army Iva Mae Turnea-Payne-Danville. Ohio . David Vander ooven-Brinkhaven. Ohio Norma lean Zimmerman-Nursing-Toledo. Ohio CLASS OF 1953 Marlene Armstrong-Colorado Betty Akins-Mansiield. Ohio Leonard Bell-U. S. Army Ruth Ann Brown-Business School-Columbus, Oh'o Goldie Chapman-Paazig-Mount Vernon. Ohio Robert Cline-Cincinnati. Ohio Iohn Colopy-U. S. Army Mary Louise Colopy-Kick-Lakeville. Ohio Thomas Colopy-Mount Vernon. Ohio Ioanne Durbin-Danville, Ohio William Dye-U. S. Army Ianet I-'esler-Sapp-Danville, Ohio Ianetta Hains-Ryan-Mount Vernon. Ohio Lunetta Hains-Schaub-Danville. Ohio Ianice Hoagland-Danville, Ohio Ioyce Landis-Danville, Ohio David McConnell-North Manchester. Indiana Phyllis McMillan--Kent State-Kent, Ohio Ruth Ann Mickley-Danville. Ohio Elsie May Mickley-Danville. Ohio Floyd Mickley-Danville. Ohio Evelyn Morris-Sweet-Mount Vernon. Ohio Merwyn Mullet-Mount Vernon. Ohio Iuris MurnieksfNew York Ausma Podnieks-Cleveland. Ohio Ioseph Proper-U. S. Navy-Washington. D. C. Walter Ricef!-Ioward. Ohio lames Shean--U. S. Navy William Shumaker-U. S. Army Esther Smail-Ashland College-Ashland. Ohio Larry Smith-Danville. Ohio Harold Snively-Danville. Ohio Dean Workman-Danville. Ohio Maxine Yearous-Hull-Danville. Ohio ludi Wolfe-Ohio University-Athens, Ohio Harmon White-U. S. Navy CLASS OF 1954 Ioanne Banbury-Richards-Danville. Ohio Marilyn Baugher-Columbus. Ohio Dois Body-Sheasby-Danville.Ohio Sara Conkle-Ridgway-Danville. Ohio Cameron Drake-Ohio University-Athens. Ohio Helen Durbin-School Secretary-Danville. Ohio Nancy Durbin-Banburx-Danvi le. Ohio James Emmert-U. S. rmy Kathleen I-'inan-Kent College-Kent. Ohio Charles Fox-Danville. Ohio Harold Frank-Capitol University-Columbus. Ohio Thomas Gardner-Danville. Ohio Larry Greer-Ohio University-Athens, Ohio Paun Hains-Parker-Mount Vernon. Ohio Fern Hains-Millersburg. Ohio Donald Laughrey-Danville. Ohio David Liter-Capitol University-Columbus. Ohio Dorothy Lybarger-Cooper-Bessemer-Mount Vemon. Ohio Lee McConnell-Cincinnati University, Cincinnati. O. Earl Mickley-Danville. Ohio Ioyce Mickley-Summers-Danville, Ohio Charles Miller-Danville. Ohio Warren Myers-Columbus. 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Ohio Z 0:0 ' 0:0 0 0:0 5:9 .. . . . 0'0 Marcella Y.: What is the richest country m Kay W., --You dong want to plant these seeds- : the world? It th' k 'r will r k th .9 Patty W.: "lreland." says on 'sbfmc hge I a e em 0:0 , two years to oom. Marcella Y.: "How ns that?" .. , . :0: pany W.: .Her capital has been Dublin for Barbara S.: Thats all rxghrzl took them out z yeatsf' of last years catalogue. 9,9 0:0 9:0 0:0 I 0.0 I 3 Phrl Thompson 3, A 0 Turner. Burns and Wolf ,., 6 Q O J E w E L n Y .g, Q O PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS 2 . " 3 29 East Gambler St. 5, O 2 Mount Vernon. Ohio 'z' General Accounting 5 ,:, Audits 5 The Diamond Store ,:, 0 Taxes 2 Diamonds 'f O 0.0 Z5 Watches Q. 0 0 2 Elgin 'f EASTMAN BUILDING Z Hamilton Ig: O 13 E. High sz. Q Omega Og. O Moun! Vernon. 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Ohio MQUN1' VERNQN, Q1-110 202 020 020 0 0 020 020 020 2 020 0:0 0:0 020 020 2:2 MY- Senfr in Seomelfl' dass: "Jim, what is 3 Hotel Manager: "Why are you checking out?" 2:2 0 ' 1 2" 0 .22 mme Linda S.: "I got the idea when I saw the .22 0,9 jim N.: "A circle is a straight line running , . , U 0,0 , ,. termites leavmg. 2 020 around a dot. 020 020 020 020020 020 020 020 QQ 020 020 . V 020 Class of 55 0 0 Q Q n Q 3' 9 R. W. Whlte and Son 3' 020 020 020 020 0 1 is 4 "' LeRoy S sy REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE 'Q' 020 929 020 020 2,2 IEWELERS 2,0 0 Q- q 020 020 020 . 92g 2 9 Eastman Bldg. E. Hlgh Street : 00 2 FOR PERFECT DIAMONDS Ar' 2:2 00 Q, I 00 2:2 3 Dml 2-7941 .20 2. 204 S. Main St. 2 2. Q 0.0 020 . Q' - 2 2 Mount Vernon. 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