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Page 9 text:
The Clarion '55
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.
Page 8 text:
The Clarion '55
The school year of 1954-55 is just about completed and we, as seniors, can
now only look on our school days as being the happiest days in our life.
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
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.
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DANVILLE HIGH SCHOOL BUILDING
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