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1 1 5 5 J '- .QL A ,- ' ' , "w"x,k ' PUBLISHED BY: be Clarion ' 6 SENIOR CLASS OF 1956 DANVILLE HIGH SCHOOL DANVILLE, OHIO The Clcwiou '56 Table of Contents Dedication ---- Administration - Classes - - - Activities - Athletics - Alumni - - - Advertisements - - 5 - 7 - I5 - 41 - 59 - 75 - 87 The Clarion '56 Editorial Bonnie Jean Italiano We, the graduating class of 1956, present to you the 1956 edition of the Clarion. We wish to thank our faculty advisor, Mr. Senft, Mr. Garverick, The Northern Engraving and Electrotype Co., The Manufacturing Printers Co., and all others too numerous to mention who helped in any way to preserve a few of the pleasant memories from our high school days in completing this book. The Clarion '56 Dedication With great pleasure we give to you our "Clarion." In anticipation that as you look through it in the future you will not only remember us but also the man who we most humbly dedicate it, Mr. Bernard Hammond. Mr. Hammond has been with us for fifteen years and through his efforts he has made it possible for us to acquire our education in the most ideal surroundings. In the years to come may his efforts be appreciated as in the past years. fxfwff ing: F T -4' Q 1 GG' if F DANVILLE GRADE SCHOOL BUILDING The Clarion '56 FACULTY The Clarion '56 Page Eight County Superintendent GLEN M. HANES COSMOS BLUBAUGH JOHN BANBURY HOWARD BANBURY Tloe Clarion '56 Board of Education IRVIN GRASSBAUGH President WI LLARD HOLT Vice-President ARTHUR MCMILLAN Clerk Page Nine The Clarion '56 Page Ten Principal D. F. SEN FT Superintendent A. B. PARKER T. A. WHEELER Vocational Agriculture MARTHA JAMESON Language, Speech LEWIS VAUGHN Music Dept. MABEL LEPELY Home Ee. I School Faculty Tloe Clarion '56 INEZ HARLETT Commercial Dept. Treasurer C. W. REESE Industrial Arts Mathematics Athletics Manager WILLIAM GALLER English Dept. MERWYN NUGENT Science Football Coach Asst. Basketball Manager Page Eleven The Clarion '56 School Faculty ROBERT O'BRIEN Social Science Basketball Coach MICHAEL SMITHISLER Seventh Grade ALVIN GORE Sixth Grade DOROTHY BLUBAUGH Fifth Grade Page Twelve X :N f 1 1 ff! ,wuvfff ARTHUR MCMILLAN Eighth Grade RALPH BALL Seventh Grade BETTY EDGAR Fifth and Sixth Grade VIDA ROBESON Fourth Grade GERALDINE DRAKE Third and Fourth Grade TRI ESA ENG LE Third Grade El LEEN RUBY Sevmld Grad e M ARJORIIE XVORKMAN lfirxl Grade School Faculty The Clarion '56 RUTH HOLDREN Third Grade MARY LYN O'BRIEN Second Grade VIVIAN SHAW Firxt Grade PEARL SNOW First Grade Page Thirteen The Clarion '56 School Faculty EDNA BOGARDUS Elementary Music Teacher Page Fourteen KAY MIZER Serrelary CLASSES The Clarion '56 RAYMOND KIMMEL BELL "Bell" GENERAL COURSE Varsity D Club 2, 3, 4: Basketball 4: Baseball 2. 5, 4: Football 5. 4: Class Treas- urer 3: Intramural Sports 2. 5, 4: Captain 4: Football Es- cort 4: Co-Captain 4: Basket- ball 3: French Club 3: Class Play 5, 4. "His arliant speak louder than words." DIANA MARIE CORNELL "Didi" GENERAL COURSE Latin Club I, 2: Roll Taker l. 4: News Stall' 2. 3. 4: Chorus I. 3. 4: Honor Society I. 2. 3. 4: Clarion Staff 4: Vice. Pres. 4: Voice of De- mocracy Winner 3: Band 2, 3: Librarian 3. 4: Homecom- ing Queen 4: Class Play 3. 4: Speech 4: Intramural Sports I. 2. 3. 41 French Club 3. "She would stop St. PeIer'x roll tall lo atb a question." DAVID KEITH ARMSTRONG "Keith" GENERAL COURSE Intramural Sports I, 2. 3. 4: Band I. 2. 3. 4: Clarion Staff 4: Industrial Arts 1, 2, 5, 4: Class Play 3. 4. "lik :he linle rhingt :hal count." Page Sixteen Seniors LEON JOSEPH BLU BAI VGH "Leon" COLLEGE COURSE Latin Club I. Z: Class Sec. 4: Intramural Sports I. 2. 3. 4: French Club 3: Clarion Staff 4: Honor Society 1, 2, 5, 4: Class Play 3. 4. "Time bolberx me no! it just passes." BONNIE JEAN ITALIANO "Bee lay" GENERAL COURSE Latin Club I. 2: News Staff 2. 5, 4: Feature Editor 5: Intramural Sports I. 2. 5. 4: Captain 5. 4: Speech 4: Class Play 3. 4: Olhce 4: Librarian 3. 4: Roll Taker I: Clarion Editor 4: Chorus l, 4: S.M.A. 2: Class Treasurer 4: Honor Society 4: F. H, A. 4. "lVberever I go I rnanage lo create a little exntement. " NANCY MARIE BECK "Nancy" COMMERCIAL COURSE F. H. A. 1. 2. 4: Intramural Sports 1. 2. 5. 4: Clarion Stat? 4: Class Play 3. 4. "Seldom beard but always doing." EMMA ,IEAN BURGETT "Emmy" COMMERCIAL COURSE News Staff 5. 4: Honor So- ciety 2. 4: Office 4: Clarion Stal? 3. 43 Intramural Sports l. 2. 5. 4: F. H. A. I. 2. -l: Class Play 5. -S. "Marks not men bare airway.: been her ann. ALAN DAVID COLOPY "Cas" GEN ERAL Cotmsn Football I. 2. 3. -8: Easket- ball Manager l. 2: Latin Club 1. 2: Clarion Staff 4: Co- Editor 4: Class Play 5. 4: Vice Pres. 2: Intramural Sporrs l. 2. 5. 4: Varsity D Club l. 2. 5. 4: S. M. A. 5. "The bex! ix good enough lor me." SHEILA MARIE DURBIN "Durbin" COMMERCIAL Counsn Clarion Stal! -l: Speech -iz F. H. A. I. -iz Librarian 51 S. M. A. 2: Intramural Sports 1. 2. 5. -ig Class Play 5. 4. "Her mind never knows what ber moutb full my next." Seniors The Clarion '56 LAWRENCE RICHARD BUTTS "Butt.fie" VOCATIONAL AGRICULTURE COURsE F. F. A. 1. 2. 3. 4: Intramural Sports 1. 2, 5. 4: Clarion Stat? 43 Class Play 3. 4. "Little but so ix 4 .tlick ol dynamite." PAUL JOSEPH DURBIN npduln COMMERCIAL COURSE Class Pres. 25 Football 2. 3. -4g Clarion Staff 4: Latin Club 1: Intramural Sports 1, 2. 3. 4: Captain 4: Class Play 3. 43 Industrial Arts 2. 3: Movie Projector Operator 2. 5. 4: Track 4: Score Keeper 1. 2: Varsity D Club 3. 4. "Since no one is perfect I must not be either." CHARLES RICHARD EVERHART "Charles" GENERAL COURSE Intramural Sports 1. 2. 5. 4: Clarion Staff 4: Speech 4: Baseball 2. 3. -is Assembly Committee Chairman 4: S. M. A. 3. 4: Class Play 5. 4. "What is life without some fun." Page Seventeen The Clarion '56 HELEN LOUISE FESLER "Pe Pe" Commnnclu. Courts: Honor Society 1. 2. 5, 4: News Staff I, 2, 3. 4: Class Sec. l: Intramural Sports 1, 2. 3. 4: F. H. A. 1, 2, 45 Speech 4: Class Pla 3. 4: Office 43 Clarion grail' 4: 'ibrarian 3: S. M. A. 2: F. H. A. Sec. l. "Be good and you'll be bappy but you'lI mis: 4 lol of lun." EUGENE LAWRENCE GRASSBAUGH ,fLan,yn INDUSTRIAL ARTS COURSE Industrial Arts l. 2, 3, 43 In- tramural Sports I. 2. 3, 4: Captain 3, 43 Football 1, 2, 5, 4: Co-Captain 4: Basket- ball I. 2. 3, 43 Football Escort 4: Class Play 3, 4. "He tbould marry 4 baskelballf' MERL HALL HMHIU INDUSTRIAL ARTS COURSE Industrial Arts 1. 2. 3. 42 Clarion Staff 45 Intramural Sports l. 2. 3. 42 School gat:-ol 1. 2. 3. 4: Class Play "Never in the way and never out of the way." Page Eighteen Seniors RICHARD MAROWEN GARDNER "Dick" GENERAL Counss Class Pres. 2: Intramural Sports 1. 2, 3. 4: Captain 5. 45 Chorus 4: S. M. A. 2: Speech 4: School Patrol l. 2, 5. 45 Industrial Arts l. 2. 3: Clarion Stall' 45 Bus Man- ager 4: Class Pley 5. -is Basketball l. 2. 3. 4: Basr- ball l, 2. 3. 4: Varsity D Club 2. 3. 4: Chart Keeper 4. "lVhy work? WbaI': the use of wailing lime." GEORGE ARTHUR GULLETT "George" GENERAL Counts: Intramural Sports 4: Clarion Staff 4: Class Play 4. "I luwe lived but I doubt it." JAMES ARTHUR HASHMAN ohm., GENERAL Counss Clarion Stal? 45 Intramural Sports l. 2, 3. 4: Honor Society 1. 2, 3. 4: Class Play "He wbo bath ambition. bulb 4 future." ELIZABETH ADRIENNE JAMESON "Lizzy" GENERAL COURSE Latin Club l. 22 Class Play 5. 1: Clarion Staff 4: F. H. A. 4: F. H. A. Pres. 4: Chorus l: Librarian 2: News Staff 1. 2. 3. 4: Vice Pres. 2: Honor Society I. 2. 3. 4: Intramural Sports l. 2. 3. 4: Class Sec. 5. "lVben sbe smiles .tbe glows." JAMES WILLIAM LONEY fflimff GENERAL COURSE Football I. 2. 3. 4: Baseball 1. 2. 3. 4: Honor Society l. 2. 4: Latin Club 1. 2: Chorus 3: Intramural Sports l. 2. 3. 4: F. F. A. 2. 4: F. F. A. Sentinal 4: Clarion Stall' 4: S. M. A. Z. 3: Class Play 3. 4. "He is not possessed by the devil but by 4 woman." NORMA JEAN MCMILLAN MDM.. COMMERCIAL COURSE Librarian 3: F. H. A. 4: Vice Pres. of F. H. A. 4: Intra- mural Sports l. 2. 3. 4: Clarion Stat? 4: Speech 4: Class PlaY 3. 4. "If il weren't lor my studies I'd get along fine in school." The Clarion '56 MARY SUE JAMESON "Mary Sue" GENERAL COURSE Latin Club 1. 2: News Stall' 1, 2. 3, 4: F. G. A. 3. 4: Intramural Sports 1, 2. 3. 4: Class Play 3. 4: Librarian 2, 3: Clarion Stall' 4: Oilice 4: Chorus 1. 2. 3: Honor So- ciety 4. "Short as a dream. sharp as a lack." LYLE WILLIAM LYONS HAPB., VOCATIONAL AGRICULTURE COURSE Football 1, 2. 3. 4: Intra- mural Sports l. 2.. 3. 4: Captain 5. 4: Clarion Stall' 4: Varsity D Club 2, 3. 41 Pres. 3: Football Escort l, 2. 4: Class Play 3. 4. "A tall bay with 4 little Payne." MARTHA LOUISE MICKLEY . "Mitchel" COMMERCIAL COURSE F. H. A. 1. 4: F. H. A. Treasurer 4: Olhce 4: Speech 4: Intramural Sports 1. 2. 3. 4: Captain 3, 4: Class Treas- urer l: S. M. A. 2. 3, 4: Roll Taker l. 3: Honor So- ciety 5, 4: Class Play 3. 4: Chorus 3. "Little and neat. with tba! essential something." Page Nineteen The Clarion '56 SUE JOYCE MILLS "Suzie" GENERAL COURSE Honor Society 2. 3. 4: Cheer- leader l. 2. 3. 4: Intramural Sports 1, 2. 3. 4: Captain 3, -1: Librarian 2. 3. 4: Queen Attendant 1. 2: Clarion Staff 4: Vice Pres. of Class 3: Office 4: Varsity D Club 2. 3. 4: Sec. of Varsity D 2. 3. 4. "lVbere fbere ix a will there it a way." GEORGE MYER "George" GENERAL COURSE Intramural Sports I. 2, 3, 4: Clarion Staff 4: Class Play 3.4. "The only boy who maker rounds early in the morning." DORIS MAE NYHART-BUCKLAND "Doris" COMMERCIAL COURSE Office 4: F. H. A. 1. 2: In- tramural Sports I. 2. 3. 42 Clarion StalT4: Class Play 5. 4. "jun a girl with a Mrs." Page Twenty JOYCE BELLE MIZER Alone., GENERAL COURSE Band l. 2. 3, 4: Chorus 1. 2. 4: Class Play 3. 4: Latin Club I. 2: Pres. of Latin Club 2: Class Sec. 2: News Staff 3. 4: Feature Editor 4: Clar- ion Staff 3. 4: Librarian 4: Speech 4: Intramural Sports 1. 2. 3. 4: Honor Society Z. 5- 4: Prince of Peace 3. 4. "Full of lun and lancy free." RAYMOND DEAN NICHOLLS upeann VOCATIONAL AGRICULTURE COURSE Intramural Sports 1. 2, 3, 4: Clarion Stal? 4: Football 5. 4: Basketball 4: Varsity D Club 3. 4: Class Play 5. 4. "The very las! man lo lel you down." LANNY ADRIAN PARRISH "Pete" GENERAL COURSE Football 3. 4: Intramural Sports 1. 2. 3. 4: Clarion Staff 43 Baseball 3. 4: Class Play 3. 4: Varsity D Club "lVhen joy and duly clash le! duty go to smash." MARIAM PHYLLIS PAYNE "Sneak" COMMERCIAL COURSE Intramural Sports 1. 2. 5. 4: Caprain 3. 4: Speech 45 Var- sity D Club 2. 3. 45 F. I-I. A. I. 2. 4: Cheerleader 2. 3. 4: Office 4: Clarion Staff 4: Class Play 3. 4. "Saint or Sinner " ANNA JEANETTE RANDLES COMMERCIAL CoURsE C'arion Staff 4: F. H. A. I. 1. 45 Intramural Sports l. Z. 5. 45 Class Play 3. 4. "just a belle with a ring." MARY IRENE SCOLES "Irene" COMMERCIAL COURSE Office 3. 45 Clarion Stat? 4: IntramIIral Sports I. 2, 5. 45 Librarian 35 Class Play 5. 45 I-Iogor Society 3. 45 F. H. A. "The wrong way seems more reasonable." Seniors The Clarion '56 MARY ELLEN PIAR ..MNy.. COMMERCIAL COURSE Speech 45 Clarion Stall' 45 F. H. A. 1, 2. 45 Intramural Sports 1. 2, 3, 45 Latin Club 45 Class Play 3. 4. "Long lean and likable." ROSALI E MAE SCHAUB "Rosie" COMMERCIAL COURSE Clarion Stal? 45 Speech 45 In- tramural Sports l. 2. 3. 45 Captain 5, 4g F. H. A. 1. 2, 45 Class Play 3. 4. "Her heart lies with a sailor boy." LARRY SHRIMPLIN "Shrimp" VOCATIONAL AGRICULTURE COURSE F. F. A. I. 2. 3. 45 Baseball 1, 25 Intramural Sports 1. 2. 3. 45 Score Keeper 45 Foot- ball 35 Varsity D Club 2. 3. 35 glarion Staff 45 Class Play "Tix better to wear out than to rust out." Page Twenty-one The Clarion '56 MARY ANNA TRACY "Tracy" GENERAL COURSE Latin Club l. 2: Speech 4: News Staff l. 2. 3. 4: Intra- mural Sports I. 2. 3. 41 Captain 43 Clarion Stal? 4: Chorus I. 2. 3. 42 S. M. A. I, 4: Class Play 5 4: Olfuce 4: Librarian 5, 45 ,Honor So- ciety 1. 2. 3. 4: Prince of Peace 5. 4. "Variety ix the spice of life." RAYMOND DEWEY VESS "Raymond" VOCATIONAL AGRICULTURE COURSE F. F. A. l. 2, 3, 4: Clarion Staff 41 Intramural Sports I, 5. 45 Speech 45 Class Play "He has a friendly way and 4 smile for everyone." Page Twenty-two Seniors DOROTHY REBECCA TR EGO HDD'-l GENERAL COURSE Clarion Staff 45 Speech 4: lf. H. A. I. 2, 3. 4: Intramural Sports l. 2. 5. 4: Class Play 4: Wilber Wright High Szhool. Dayton. Ohio l. 2: Kiser High School. Dayton. Ohio 5. "Ax unpredictable at tomorrow." HAROLD EUGENE WOLEORD "Harold" lNnUs'rR1At. ARTS Cotmslz Industrial Arts l. 2. 5. 41 Clarion Staff 41 Intramural Sports 1. 2. 3. 4: Football Manager 1. 2. 5. 4: Class Play 5. 4. "Hall at Jober ax 4 fudge." ELIZABETH JANE ZIMMERMAN ..jane., GENERAL COURSE Intramural Sports 1. Z. 5. 45 Speech 45 Clarion Staff 4: E. H. A. 4: Chorus I. 1: Cheer- leader 1. 2: Class Play 5. 4: Librarian 2. 5. 4. "I agree u'ilb no ane's opmxons I have my own." President .,,....... Vice President ........ Secretary ,e........ Treasurer . ........ Class Flower ....... Senior Class Class Colors ........ .,,.....,.........,........,.,....................,.. Class Motto ....., .,..... L ook not to our past, but to judge us by our deeds. As our high school days are coming to an end, we seniors are beginning to realize how much they have meant to us. The Clarzou 56 . Raymond Bell .. Diana Cornell Leon Blubaugh Bonnie Italiano Pink Carnation Pink and Black the future, then The home coming was November 11. Our Queen was Diana Cornell, with Mariam Payne as senior attendant. Mat-iam and Sue Mills were also our senior cheerleaders. Those on the Honor Society were James Loney, Jim Hashman, Leon Blubaugh, Mary Sue Jameson, Elizabeth Jameson, Emma Burgett, Diana Cornell, Helen Fesler, Bonnie Italiano, Martha Mickley, Sue Joyce Mills, Joyce Mizer, Irene Scoles, Mary Anna Tracy, and Raymond Vess. Those on the news staff were Joyce Mizer, Mary Tracy, Bonnie Italiano, Diana Cornell, Emma Burgett, Helen Fesler, Mary Sue Jameson, and Elizabeth Jameson. We are represented in sports by the following boys. Those participating in football were Larry Grassbaugh, Lanny Parrish, David Colopy, Raymond Bell, Paul Durbin, Lyle Lyons, and James Loney. Those participating in basketball were Raymond Bell, Dean Nicholls, Richard Gardner, and Larry Grassbaugh. Librarians from the Senior room were Diana Cornell, Doris Nyhart-Buckland, Bonnie Italiano, Sue Joyce Mills, Joyce Mizer, Jane Zimmerman, and Mary Tracy. Those in the band were Joyce Mizer and Keith Armstrong. Doris Nyhart-Buckland Page Twenty-three The Clarion '56 Senior Class History In September nineteen hundred and lifty-two the present Senior class started their Freshman year of high school with Mr. Ronald Kaylor as our Home-room teacher. The election of class ollicers took place and Paul Durbin was President, David Colopy Vice President, Helen Fesler Secretary, and Martha Mickley Treasurer. Freshmen chosen for the basketball team were Lyle Lyons, Larry Grassbaugh, and Dick Gardner, those on the football team were Lanny Parish, David Colopy, and Lyle Lyons. Sue Mills reigned as the Queen's Attendant for us. Linda Scott was chosen Varsity cheerleader, Mary Tracy, Mariam Payne, Jane Zimmerman and Sue Mills were the Reserve Cheerleaders. Helen Fesler, Jim Loney, Diana Cornell, Leon Blubaugh, Elizabeth Jameson and Mary Tracy were initiated into the Honor Society. Band Members were Joyce Mizer, Keith Armstrong, Jim Hashman and Rosalie Schaub. Doris Conley, Linda Scott, and Ruth Murvine were new students that year. Our Sophomore year was started with forty-six members in the year of nine- teen hundred and lifty-three under the direction of Mr. C. W. Reese and Mr. M. Nugent. The class ollicers for the year: President - Dick Gardner, Vice- President - Elizabeth Jameson, Secretary - Joyce Mizer and Treasurer - Larry Grassbaugh. Participating in school activities were: in basketball Larry Grassbaugh and Dick Gardner, in football we were represented by David Colopy and Lanny Parrish. Raymond Bell, Jim Hashman, Rosalie Schaub, and Joyce Mizer played instru- ments in the band. New members on the Honor Society were Sue Mills, Joyce Mizer, Jim Hash- man, and Emma Burgett. Sue Mills was chosen as Varsity cheerleader and Jane Zimmerman, Mariam Payne were Reserve cheerleaders. Sue Mills reigned as Sophomore Attendant for the Home Coming Queen. Dorothy Trego joined our class in the latter part of the year. We lost quite a few members of our class the previous year. Mr. William Galler was our supervisor for the year of nineteen hundred and fifty-four. The class officers elected were as President - Lyle Lyons, Vice-President - Sue Mills, Secretary - Elizabeth Jameson, and Treasurer -- Raymond Bell. The basketball squad was made up of Larry Grassbaugh and Dick Gardner, the fooball squad was made up of Lanny Parrish, Lyle Lyons, Raymond Bell, Larry Grassbaugh, Paul Durbin and David Colopy. QContinued on page 397 Page Twenty-four The Clarion '56 We Predict We were riding along one day in our automobile when an oncoming car hit us head on. Now we are up with St. Peter. He has assigned us to certain parts of the country to watch. Here is what we saw. Keith Armstrong is now running a very good business with the Armstrong Heater. Another very good business is Williams Florist Shop run by Mary Irene Scoles. Mary Sue Jameson is an acrobat with The Three Ring Circus and doing a fine job, while Miss Mariam Payne is training "Lions." In a few years we predict that Miss Jeanette Randles will have quite a few little "I-lands." Lyle Lyons was traveling that well known back road when he had a little wreck and now he has a few "Pains," Larry Shrimplin is doing very well driving his car in auto racing. No wonder, though, David Colopy is now coaching him. He is doing a very good job, don't you think. Paul Durbin is still doing service business and is still not the "Boss," Norma Jean McMillan is running a beauty shop between Jelloway and Amity. Go to "Doc" to get your hair fixed real pretty. Nancy Beck is running a Speech School, while Mary Ellen Piar and Emma Burgett are running a Kindergarten School. Raymond Bell has just been elected Mayor of Greer. Harold Wolford is coach of Ohio State's football team. Mary Anna Tracy is head of the Dormitory at Harvard University. Raymond Vess is teaching Agriculture at Amity High School. We hear they like him real well. Martha Mickley is calling "Square Dances" over at Calamontier. I guess she's pretty good. Miss Elizabeth Jameson is teaching school in New York City, New York. Diana fCornellD is still a Queen but now it's an Arnold Queen instead of for Danville High School. Sue Joyce Mills is raising cheerleaders for the Freddies, while Dorothy Trego is running "A Truck Stop" for all trucks - specially one. Dean Nichols and Lanny Parrish are now running a Funeral Home of their own, instead of helping "Dusty." Lauderbaugh and Italiano have just linished their all modern house, which they have been working on for years. Leon Blubaugh and Jim Hashman are now Professors at Miami University. Joyce Mizer is now majoring in Music at Denison University. C After she finally got the Application sent in.J fContinued on page 593 Page Twenty-five The Clarion '56 MARY ANNA TRACY KEITH ARMSTRONG RAYMOND BELL DAVID COLOPY PAUL DURBIN DICK GARDNER LARRY GRASSBAUGH DICK BUTTS JIM LONEY LYLE LYONS MERL HALL DEAN NICHOLS LANNY PARRISH RAYMOND VESS LARRY SHRIMPLIN HAROLD WOLEORD SUE MILLS NANCY BECK SHEILA DURBIN HELEN EESLER MARY SUE JAMESON MARTHA MICKLEY NORMA McMILLAN MARIAN PAYNE MARY PIAR EMMA BURGETT JEANETTE RANDLES ROSALIE SCHAUB IRENE SCOLES JANE ZIMMERMAN DOROTHY TREGO LEON BLUBAUGH CHARLES EVERHART GEORGE MYER JIM HASHMAN JOYCE MIZER ELIZABETH JAMESON DORIS NYHART-BUCKLAND BONNIE JEAN ITALIANO Senior Class Will By: Diana Cornell and George Gullett her argumentative nature to his clarinet to his interest in Banbury Lumber Co. to his "HOT ROD" to his seat in Con. Ed. and Law to his trips to Mount Vernon to his sports ability to his alertness in classes to his his "OLDS" to his studying habits to place on the Senior roll to his black, curly hair to his racing ability to his seat in Ag. Class to his phone number to his post as manager to her interest in Fredericktown to her "GRAVE" NATURE to her chewing gum ability to her driver's license to her blushing ability to her love of sports to her neat appearance to her cheerleading post to her quiet disposition to her hair to her ability to hold "HANDS" to her "FRANKness" to her slender figure to her energetic nature to her temper to his gift of gab to his model "A" Ford to his punctuality to his chemistry book to her love lives to her pleasant nature to her trailer to her place in the office DALE DEVORE GARY 8: RICHARD ARMSTRONG JIM WEBER PAUL SAPP SOMEONE EQUALLY ORNERY JOHNNY DURBIN ALICE MEEHAN JOELLA MILLER BETTY LONEY IRMA ELKSNIS JANET ZOLLARS JANICE AKINS INEZ JARVIS JOANNE SMITH DELORES DURBIN LARRY CLINE MARCELLA YEAROUS CARL WORKMAN BEATRICE FESLER JOE HARLETT JURIS KLAVINS FRED MYER PATTY FARMER BUD SHACKLE FRANCIS KUCHERAVY LINDA SMAIL GEORGE DEVORE MARY SCHAUB JIM NEIDERHOUSER PAUL CAGWIN LARRY RILEY MARY ANN EVERHART JANIS RESNIS PATTY WHITE CHARLES BYWATERS BOB BURBIN DON LIFER GLEN TURNEY To anyone who'S in there a HAVING NOTHING ESPECIALLY TO WILL fwe just ran out of ideas! GEORGE GULLET and I fDiana Cornell? WISH THE CLASS OF "57" A FULL AND HAPPY SENIOR YEAR. Page Tweniy-six S much The Clarion '56 Class Poem Once upon a time in a nursery rhyme, Two little girls got bright. They sat down and with a frown, They wrote of the blue and white. Mary Ellen is not very bold, But that girl has a heart of gold. As for being smart, Elizabeth is lirst rate, But she has a mischievous trait. Rosalie Schaub is never quiet, When she is around there'll be a riot. Jim Loney, who isn't very small, Likes them short, and not so tall. Doris Nyhart has that look in her eye, It might be because she has her guy. Happy, good natured and full of fun, Martha Mickley is a friend of everyone. Tracy's noted for her many crushes, From the old to the new she always rushes. Sue Mills is our D. H. S. cheer leader, And when she yells it is hard to beat her. Leon, who is shy and afraid of lasses, But is a star in all his classes. Laughing at this, laughing at that, Nobody knows what Sheila's laughing at. Keith Armstrong is like a singing bird, Never for anyone has he a cross word. A cute little miss with a taking way, Mary Sue stores up knowledge day by day. A giggle, some gum, a joke to tell, Make up Bonnie, who's liked so well. Lyle Lyons has that roving eye. But you can't say that he is shy. Merl Hall goes about with a quiet air, We know he's bound to go somewhere. We mention Dave Colopy's out of town girl friends, Many beginnings but very few ends. Lanny's been with us quite a while, With lots of laughs and great big smile. Jane Zimmerman is full of fun, She'd talk a leg off anyone. Paul Durbin acts a lot like his brother, But more of us wish he'd act like his mother. Jeanette's future is quite secure, She's getting married and that's for sure. Larry Shrimplin's a ornery cuss, Girls to him are a real must. Irene Scoles is now her name, But it won't always be the same. Full of pep, young and spry, Georgie Myer is quite a guy. Fussing and fuming, but neat as a pin, Nancy's sure a young man to win. A manager still and faithful is he, Harold Wolford, the only one that could be. Jim Hashman, one of our brains, Going to college is one of his gains. When Diana Cornell Came out of her shell, They chose her queen, And did it well. Dorothy Trego, the blonde in our class, Is not at all a quiet lass. She drives a light blue Oldsmobile, And brother, when she gets behind the wheel. Larry Grassbaugh lives basketball, eats basketball, And sleeps basketball during basketball season, He'd better give Alice a real good reason. Joyce Mizer is quite a belle, She grew up and did it well. One nite Doc McMillan had an accident, And now they say her head is bent. Mariam Payne has what it takes, all right. Her disposition is sunny and bright. Everyone knows Raymond Vess is a brilliant lad, He's easy going and doesn't get mad. Helen Fesler "innocent and sweet." Not backward in school or in the back seat. Dean is seen often around the town, On his face is never a frown. Dick Butts, that lad from the farm, Never did anyone any harm. George Gullet is really quite a boy, But the girls he likes to annoy. One of our Raymonds is quite a Bell, He's very cute and dresses well. Charles drives a Chevie all the time. And believe me that car won't stop on a dime. If you think that we're finished, pardner You don't know reliable Richard Gardner. With a frown we wrote this ditty, But don't you think it's mighty pretty? We have rhymed every name in the class, Told a little on every lad and lass. Helen Fesler Mary Anna Tracy Page Twenty-seven m U 'Ill -H m 01-4 -H N -H UD 3-I C 'Fl C U UD AMB ITION ADEMARK FAVORITE SONG USUALLY FOU FAVORITE PASTIME E AM 'D Q CD CD 'I i 0 J 1 Y 2. 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Charles Everhart ......... Helen Fesler ,,.......... Richard Gardner .....,. Larry Grassbaugh ...... George Gullett ....,...... Merl Hall ,........, . ......... Jim Hashman ................ Elizabeth Jameson ....,... Bonnie Italiano .......,,. Jim Loney .....,................. The Clarion '56 Can You Imagine? Crooning love songs ' il D! Without her ART Running the Banbury Lumber Company Chasing girls ............,.., With short hair Coming to school Not flirting with girls With a family of "12" Not fighting with Kate Being hostess to a "Mild party" Not sleeping in class Staying at home nights Not writing love letters. Fighting with Tootie With a butch Being tall and skinny Quitting school Bemg a tom-boy Speechless Being a henpecked husband Lyle Lyons ..,...............,.,....... ., ...................,...,.. Without his "pain" Norma Jean McMillan ......... ..................,.,...,. N ot writing to the Navy Martha Mickley ................ ...... N ot attending dances at Calmoutier Sue Mills ,.,...,........,......... ............, N ot riding in a green "Olds" joyce Mizer ...... George Myer ,...... Dean Nichols ....... Doris Nyhart .,,,,..... Mariam Payne ........ Lanny Parrish ........ Mary Ellen Piar ,..... Jeanette Randles ......... Rosalie Schaub .........., Larry Shrimplin ,....... Mary Anna Tracy ...... Dorothy Trego ....... Raymond Vess ......t. Harold Wolford .......,. jane Zimmerman ....... Mr . Parker .,............. Mr. Senft .............. Mr. Ball ........ ....... Mr. Smithisler ........ Mr. McMillan ...... Mrs. Harlett ......,.. Mrs. Lepley ..,....... Mrs. Jameson .,..... Mr. Galler ,,...,... Mr. Nugent ....... Mr. O'Brien ....., Mr. Reese .......... Mr. Vaughn ...,,. Not talking with "Ralph" Taking school seriously Not being his Quiet self Without her Willie P. Without her pet "lion" Not teasing Being naughty in class Being an old maid Without her "jack" Not hot-roding Going steady Driving her own car Acting up in class Getting angry Not having her own way Not calling kids to the office Not sticking up for the seniors As Mayor of Danville Being unfriendly Running out of insurance Not being nice Chewing bubble gum Not assigning homework Watching Mickey Mouse Club WIIIIOLII his freckles With long bushy hair Letting anyone sleep in study hall Not having coffee at Mizer's Page Twenty-nine The Clarion '56 JANUARY Charles Everhart ............. Rosalie Mae Schaub ....... Raymond Vess .,........... Nancy Marie Beck ..,..,. Dean Nicholls ,.,.....,, Mary Anna Tracy ,...... FEBRUARY Joyce Mizer .......,.,.....,.,..... Lanny Parrish ....., Diana Cornell ...... Lyle Lyons ...,..... MARCH Helen Fesler .,..,.v..,...,...,... Larry Grassbaugh .i...,. George Myer, Jr. ..... . Mary Irene Scholes e,Y.e APRIL David Keith Armstrong . Emma Burgett .ee..,,.,,...,.., Sheila Marie Durbin ,A,,,.. Leon Blubaugh ........ MAY Paul Durbin .,,.............. Richard Butts .e.,.... Larry Shrimplin ...,.. Jim Loney ....,.... Page Thirty Birthdays JUNE 13 George Arthur Gullett 14 Merl Hall 14 13 JULY 23 I 25 Mary Ellen Piar .,..,,...,,......... Norma Jean McMillan ........ AUGUST 9 Jeanette Randles ,r..,,....,... 9 Doris May Nyhart-Buckland 19 22 SEPTEMBER Harold Wolford ,,.,............ Richard Gardner ..,...,..... 2 12 OCTOBER 17 James Arthur Hashman 21 David Colopy Sue Joyce Mills ,,,,,,,,.....,.. NOVEMBER E Martha Louise Mickley """' 19 Bonnie Italiano .,.....,......... 28 Elizabeth Jane Zimmerman . DECEMBER Dorothy Rebecca Trego ..... 13 Elizabeth Jameson ............ 19 Mariam Phyllis Payne 22 Raymond Bell 27 Mary Sue Jameson The Clarion '56 BACCALAUREATE SERVICE May 20, 1956 - 8:15 P. M. DANVILLE HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM Processional .........,..vv.................................................................. Instrumental Ensemble Invocation ............. ............ T he Rev. Robert Hoover Scripture Lesson ,...., ......... T he Rev. Charles Monninger Sermon ............,.. ........, T he Rev. Hubert Rubeck Music ............. ......... I nstrumental Ensemble Benediction ....... ....... T he Rev. john Graham COMMENCEMEN T EXERCISES May 24, 1956 - 8:15 P. M. DANVILLE HIGH scHooL AUDITORIUM Music .............. ......... I nstrumental Ensemble Invocation ......... ...,..,. T he Rev. David Rodgers Salutatory ...... .................... J ames Hashman Valedictory ......, ......, L eon Blubaugh Vocal Solo ......... ...... M ary Anna Tracy Talk ................ ...... R aymond Bell Class Will ......... ....... ....................... J a mes Loney Music ......,.,.,............................... ......... I nstrumental Ensemble Introduction of Class Speaker ....... ................... G len M. Hanes County Supt. of Schools Class Address ....... ....... ..... D r . Neal Bowman Vocal Solo ..v..,v.e.,...............,........... ........ J oyce Belle Mizer Announcement of Class Honors ....... ......... S upt. A. B. Parker Presentation of Class ................... ......,.... P rincipal D. F. Senft Presentation of Diplomas ........ .................. M r. Irvin Grassbaugh President of Board of Education Benediction ....... ........ T he Rev. William johnson Page Thirty-one The Clarion '56 ROXVI jim Ncitlcrlmuscr, Mary Ann Everhzirt, Linda Smail, Patty Farmer. janet Zullrrrs, llc-tty I.ont-y, Ilt-.i Ann Ifcslcr. Inez jarvis, Delores Durbin, Gary Armstrong. ROW' 3 Run Slriickle, Francis Kucheravy, Fred Myers, Marcella Yearous, Patty XYhite, Alice Meehan, jot-ll.: Miller, llnln Durbin, Dick Armstrong, Paul Cagwin. ROW' R Paul Sapp, Charles Bywaters, Janis Resnis. Joanne Smith, Irma lilksnis, Mary Schaulw, I.arry Kline. l.irI XX'niki11ar1. juris Klnvins. I RUXX' I Paul Dcxnrc. Larry Riley, joe Harlett, Mr. Galler, Glen Turney, George Devore, jim Weber, Don Lifer, john Durbin. unior Class President aaa,aaw,,,, ,.... G len Turney Vice President w,,. Paul Cagwin Treasurer i,iii,,, .,.. J anet Zollars Secretary i,,,,,,i,,,,,i,,r,,,,,ii,,,,,i,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,.i,,..ii,i,,..,..... A lice Meehan In opening the 1955-56 school year the Junior Class had an enrollment of thirty-seven members under the supervision of Mr. Wm. Galler. Janice Akins, a former classmate, rejoined us, and Barbara Williams came to us from Mount Vernon. Inez Jarvis moved. We had a good turnout for football this year. The following boys were on the team: Glen Turney, Larry Cline, Larry Riley, Charles Bywaters, John Durbin, Bob Durbin, Ronald Shackle, Carl Workman, Paul Cagwin, Paul Sapp, and juris Klavins. Those taking part in basketball were: juris Klavins, Don Lifer, Glen Turney, Larry Cline, Carl Workman, Charles Bywaters, john Durbin, Bob Durbin and Manager Gary Armstrong. Those in the band are: Delores Durbin, Betty Loney, Patty White, Gary Armstrong, Marcella Yearous, Don Lifer, Mary Schaub, and Joanne Smith. iContinued on page 597 Page Thirty-Iwo The Clarion '56 . x .rem . Q r Q ps ROW' I Evelyn Doyle, Iva hllicilillll. Linda Durlwin, Patty Riley, Judy Young. Ellen jane Nylmrt. Sam Supp, Jnyrc Ciaguin. Katt' fiolopy, Harlmrn Mizer, Ellen Frazee. Mary Catherine Bluluuglm. ROXV I f- Hob Ridgeway. Larry Snively, Clair Rirhert, Jean Smith. Wfanna Carr. Mary Iillcn Struts. Coral Blnlmnglv, Dorothy l.oni-y. Silllklfil Stringfellnw. Dick Conley, David Myers. Bill Stachlcr. ROXV H - Paul Davis. Fred Scarpuzzi, Marty Koons, Bet! Struuse. Judy Gardner. june Carr, Elaine lftljgll. Sllelin xXl0fkl'TILlll, Rose Finnn, fflmrles Durbin, Roh Shultz. l.:llry Stimpert. ROXV -l Linda H.lH1I11lll1kl. Joy l.2lllllCl'bHll,l.1ll. Lucille Ferenlwnuglm. Marilyn Bnnhury. Mr. Vaughn. Mi Rcrsr CirL'trlxci1 Mavis, Mgliin Porneiks, Paul Devnre, Bob Piar, Louie Gilcspic, Hill Neiderlmnuse. Joe llnnlmry, Sophomore Class The Sophomore class is made up of 51 students under the direction of Mr. Reese and Mr. Vaughn. The class is active in both sports and band. Those in the Honor Society are Cora Blubaugh, Joyce Cagwin, Charles Durbin, Elaine Edgar, Rose Finan, Marty Koons, Louis Gillespie, Gretchen Mavis, Barbara Mizer, Maija Podneiks, Patty Riley, Jeanne Smith, Mary Staats, Sheila Workman, and Judy Young. The class officers are as follows: President .... ..,,, . .. Gretchen Mavis Vice President ,,,, ,... F red Scarpuzzi Secretary ,,,,r,,., .. Barbara Mizer Treasurer ,,,. .... J udy Young Louis Gillespie Page Thirty-three The Clarion '56 ROW' l Mike Trguy. Lonnie Stull, Eddie Banbury. Gary Hughes, Sue Stnchler, Gladys Devnre. Sara Hell. Juanita Dcvure, Carol Klrnw, Connie Mizer, Tum Wlhitney. Herbert Gardner. Harry Llmpman. ROW' 2 f- Cflem llluhaugh, joe Bluhaugh. Curt Blubaugh, Tom Dvorak, Carol Sigmun. jane Holland. Betty Norris, finnniu Hngnns, Ronny Zimmerman, Bob XVise, Fred Summerlield. Len Mickley. ROXY' 3 Kenneth XVilsnn. Paul Bnling, Gary Durbin, Nancy Hunt. Sue Grasshaugh, Marilyn Greer, Helen Spglrenga, Alice Farmer, jean Gardner, Lantv Jarvis, Alva Burgett, Alvin Keener. ROW' l Glen Burgetl. Ruger Baker, Mr. O'Brien, Gary Mizer, john XX'nll'e, Gary Moreland. Stanton Haines, linh Miller, Leland Zollnrs, Binh Landis. Freshmen Notes On September 5, 1955, 32 boys and 16 girls entered the freshmen class under the guidance of Mr. O'Brien. The Class ofhcers are as follows: President ,,,.,,,,rr,,,,r,r,,.,,e..,A..A...,i ...,. S tanton Barnes Vice President .... Gary Durbin Secretary ,....,., ...,. J can Gardner Treasurer ,aeaa ,,,,,,,,eaae,,,,,,,,,,eeee,,,,,,,i,,eeee,,,,,r,,,,,ee....,.....,..e , . .. Gary Mizer There are eight members on the Honor Society and twelve. in the band. The Reserve cheerleaders are Carol Crow and Sarah Bell. The boys participating in football were: Stanton Barnes, Bob Miller, Merle Huffman, Paul Boling, Lanty Jarvis, Leland Zollars, john Wolfe, Gary Hughes, Gary Durbin and Roger Baker. The boys participating in Reserve basketball were: Stanton Barnes, Bob Miller. Gary Durbin, Glen Burgett, Paul Boling, Roger Baker, Leo Mickley and Lonnie Stull. As attendant to the queen we chose Sarah Bell. Carol Crow Page Thirty-four The Clarion '56 ROXV I Eugene rl-ll0I11PSUll, Clinton Lybinger. Vlfatle Gillespie, Cindy Smith. Lucille lilubaugh. Beverly Ritlgcu ay, Slmmn Smith. Simlra Smith, Ida Smith, Calvin Porter, Laverne Frazee. ROW' 2 Kathleen Smail, Martha Piar, Roberta Moore, Janet Leach, Janice Singer, Bonnie Shrimplin. Mary Smith, Teresa Hluhnuglm, Delilah Shultz. Mary Mizer. Donnie Truex. ROW' 4 jim Schanh, Darwin XY'ondx, Gary Whilfortl. Maijzl Saline, Kay Ferenhaugh, Kay Hammond, Samlra Mickley. Marlene McMillan, Robert XVorkman. RUXV il Ruger Shun, Lynn Lyons, Mr. McMillan, Dick Maxis. Robert Keener. Larry llaslnnan. lla:-:lil llaggins. Eighth Grade We started out the year of 1955-1956 with 22 girls and 17 boys. Since then two girls have enrolled but later withdrew. The class officers were as follows: President . ,,.,.......,,...,........,,,,.,,. ,,,.. T om Cline Vice President , Doug Durbin Secretary ,,,. ,. , Dick Mavis Treasurer , ,,,,,,,....,.,,,...,,.,....,,.,.....,..,..,t,,,,.,.t,.,.....,,.,... Sally Banbury Members of the class in the band are: Darwin Woods, janet Leach, Clinton Lybarger, and Kay Hammond. Cheerleaders were Beverly Ridgeway and Carmen Durbin. Boys on the junior High Basketball team were: Lynn Lyons, Dick Mavis, Clinton Lybarger, Eugene Thompson, Darwin Wootls, Roger Sloan, and jim Schaub as their manager. Sally Banbury Page Thirty-five The Clarion '56 A D , 'fins ROW' I - Henry Chapman, Marvin Wforkman, Anita Spearman, Kay Summerfield, Thelma Doyle, Rebecca Ritlgcwaly. Pete Resnis, Dun Switzer. ROXV 2 -- Elmer Sammuals, Charles Smith, Arthur Snider, Betty Davis, Shirley Trnyer, Eileen Sparenga, Viulct Tliurp, jim Myer, Homer Blubaugli, Mike Blubaugh. RUXV 5 Howard Vance, Albert XY'caver, Margaret Wtxrkman, Carmen Durbin, Sally Banbury. Diana Staats, " C ' . cl b l L d V . Mary Lou Ridgeway, Larry Inu er augi, eunar ess. ROW' -1 V Kenny Durbin, Doug Durbin, Glenn Chapman, Bill Staats, Mr. Ball, joe Durbin, Clair Richert. Seventh and Eighth Grade Mr. Ball We started the new year of 1955-56 with 37 pupils. We now have 38 pupils. Art Snider has left and Judy Williams and james Whit have enrolled in the seventh grade. Class officers are as follows: President, Tom Cline, Vice President, Douglas Durbing Secretary, Dick Mavisg Treasurer, Sally Banbury. Members of the band are: Glenn Chapman, jerry Cline, Carroll Richert and Larry Lauderbaugh. The junior High cheerleader from our room is Carmen Durbin. The junior High basketball players are Tom Cline, Doug Durbin, Thurman Bywaters, Kenny Durbin, Joe Durbin, Carrol Richert, Larry Lauderbaugh and Pete Resnis. The junior High football players were Doug Durbin, Kenny Durbin, Thurman Bywaters, Larry Lauderbaugh and Pete Resnis. Sally Banbury Page Thirty-six The Clarion '56 ROW' I A Hub Nenlerhnuscr, Bob Hlubaugh, Paul Cornell, Ruse Kfnlnpy. Mary jane Hlubaugh, Margaret Finan, Phyllis Hell, Marilyn Hoagland, Deanna Frazee, Bobby Holt, Henry Nyhnrt. ROW.: jqhn Durbin, David Mirkley, Sue AllLiCI'Sl!Il. Luis Billing, Kay Durbin, Peggy llanbuiy, Marie linylv.-. XX cndy l,1nt, Danny Durbin, Marvin Hnldridge, Cinrdnn Hughett. RUXV 4 jack Martin. Eddie Farmer. Wfayne Pigman, Peter Durbin, Ralph ffntlicld. Ruth llluluugli, james Drake, Clyde Hoagland. ROW' 4 Norma Kiartcr, Sharon tnlnpy, Anne Hughes. Judy Cline, Karen Smithislcr, Linda Mills, Mary Kay Hrumbaugh, Evelyn Payne. Seventh Grade Mr. Smithisler There are forty-four pupils in Mr. Smithisler's room girls and twenty boys. Cfnlnpy, Mike Huggins, lfluimic llanbury, llarh:1ra Harlctt, Nl. this year, twenty-four Members of the band are: Judy Cline, clarinetg Carol Peterson, cornetg Carolyn Banbury, saxophoneg Mike Hagans, tromboneg and Wayne Pigman, trumpet. The junior High cheerleaders are Linda Mills and Kay Class Officers this year are: President, Phyllis Bellg Durbin, Secretary, Anna Hughesg Treasurer, Judy Cline. Durbin. Vice President, Peter Margaret Finan Page Thirty-seven The Clarion '56 ROW' l jim Spearman. l.loyd Carr, jimmy Gallion, Lois Lorenzen. Marlene Kfarr. Carol Gorhy. 'lean Lauder- haupfli.I ljliincy Arweller, Sharon Treap, Nancy Cagwin. Martha Chapman. Bill V:inderHoover, Bil y Ridgeway. Pau Sie ron. ROW' 2 -- Donna Lngston, Sandra Nyhart. Therman Strouse. Paul Hurrette. Charles Hawkins, Sammy Shultz. Ernest Mullet. Kenny Miller. Ronnie McMillan, Harold Morris, Ronald Hardesty. jimmy Rieheld. Eddie Myers. Dare Smails, Nancy Mizer. ROW' 3 -- joe Gardner. Pat Blubau h. Carolyn Wirrkman. Mary Lou Elliott, Ann Staats. Joyce Smith. Patty Vess. Helen Ferenhaugh. Mildredg Troycr. Mike Shrimplin. jimmy Blubaugh, Alice Proper. Janice Holdren. ROXV rl - Sharon Strouse. Sharon Huffman, Dehora Hissong, jimmy Banbury, Connie Koons. Karen Thorp, Charlotte Hughes. ROXV S Denny lloyd. joseph Sparenga, Kenny Summers, Beatrice Bluhaugh, Mrs. Bluhaugh. Mr. Gore, Keith Hammonds, Robert Stimpert. Sixth Grade Mr. Gore and Mrs. Blubaugh President ........... ,,,,, ,,,,,,, J 0 e Gardner Vice President .... ,,,,.,,., N ancy Cagwin 5CCret21ry .......... .... C arolyn Workman Treasurer ........... .... M ary Lou Elliott News Reporter .... .......,.,,......,,,.,,..,,....,...,.,,,.,,,,,.,, A nn Staats Patrol Captains ........................ Therman Strouse and jim Blubaugh The sixth grade opened the school year with an enrollment of fifty-eight pupils. Since then three have withdrawn, and one has entered. Our class is under the supervision of Mr. Gore and Mrs. Blubaugh. Those who are in the band are: Sharon Treap, Ann Staats, Nancy Arwiller, jim Spearman, Roger Wilcox, Nancy Mizer, Karon Thorp, Morris Klavins, joyce Smith, Sharon Huffman, jimmy Gallion. Ann Staats Page Thirty-eight The Clarion '56 SENIOR CLASS HISTORY QContinued from page 243 Peggy Ridgeway reigned as Junior Attendant for the football Queen. Sue Mills and Mariam Payne were chosen as Varsity cheerleaders. The juniors sponsored several dances to raise money for the Junior-Senior Banquet. We also gave our class play entitled, "Ah Men." Diana Cornell marched as a Majorette in the band, and Raymond Bell, Jim Hashman and Joyce Mizer played instruments. The new members who joined our class were Carroll Shultz and Linda Scott who were former class mates. Also Dick Gardner joined us later in the year after being absent due to a long illness. The Junior class went together and bought Dick's class ring. Dick would like to express his thanks to each and every one who made it possible for him to receive it. As we the Seniors look back on our starting days of high school we give thanks to all the teachers and Mr. Parker and Mr. Senft who have made it possible for us to receive a diploma that surely we can be proud of. Rosalie Schaub 4 . WE PREDICT iContinued from page 255 Dick Butts and Merl Hall have been farming together on their farm and are doing a great job. The Cleveland Browns have a very good team this year with Jim Loney as one of their tackles. Dick Gardner is a basketball coach at Howard High School. Larry Grassbaugh is basketball coach at Shreve. By the way, these teams oppose each other next week, and the game is certain to be close. Miss Helen Fesler is making a study in economy. Time saving is her specialty. When she finds the answer she will pass it on to all high school students. George Gullet, George Myer, and Charles Everhart are still roaming around. Maybe someday they will get settled. Miss Rosalie Schaub is studying nursing so she can go to the Navy to keep and eye on you know who. Sheila and Jane JUNIOR CLASS fContinued from page 325 Members of the Honor Society are: Joanne Smith, Betty Loney, Janice Akins, Delores Durbin, Linda Smail, Joella Miller, Mary Schaub, Patty White, Larry Riley, Glen Turney, Don Lifer, Joseph Harlett, Beatrice Fesler, Janis Resnis, Janet Zollars, Mary Everhart, and Alice Meehan. Our Junior Cheerleaders were Alice Meehan and Patty White. Our Junior Class attendant to the homecoming Queen was Patty Farmer. Page Thirty-nine The Clarion '56 Cooks Lucille Durbin, Edna Rice, and Doris White. Page Forty 'YN Custodians Oren Chapman, Bernard Hammond, and Charles Miller. AM.. The ACTIVITIES The Clarion '56 RUXXAI IUANIKI Micklcy, Bonnie Slwrlmplin, Sally Banbury. Louis Gillespie, Alitc Meehan, Karol firm, ,f nn Stunts. RUXX' 1 Norma lNlt'Mill:1n, Mary Anna Tracy. Mary Sue Jameson. Raymond llcll. lionnic lmliau-1. Ditk Lnirtlntfr. larry Cvixlsslsnrigli. Elizabeth Jameson. Diana Cornell. Joyce Mizer, Dorotln Trugo. ROW' R Martliii Micklcy, lxILlI'l.llTl Pglync. Sliclln Durbin, Nancy Beck, Sue Mills. llr-lon Fc-slci. J.1nt- limmci- man. lrt-nc Scliolcs, Jcnncttc Ramllcs. Doris Nyliart, Mary Piar, Emma llurgctt, Rosalie Srlrglulw, llmilt-s IJYt'I'llAlI'f, ROW' l l.ylc Lyons. irc-orgt' Myer. Mcrl Hall. Larry Slirimplin. Paul Durbin. Gt-oigc Gullctt, Jim I'ILlSlIll'lllll, I.AlllIlY l'.misl1. David Lolopy, Hxlroltl XVulfortl, Jim I.unc-y. Raymond Vcss, Mr. Sciilt. Ediroral Speech .....,..,.......,. ....... R aymond Vess Dedication ....... .......,,.. ,.,...... B o nnie Jean Italiano School Patrol .,,.,. ,.......... , , Merl Hall Senior Class .....,,,,.i.,,.,....,.,.,.,.,,,ii.,.....,,,i Doris Nyhart Librarians ..,... ...... M ary Iillen Piar We Predict .....,,.,,,, Jane Zimmerman, Sheila Durbin F. H. A. ...... ,i.ii..,,,.,..t...,,..,.,.,i ,,,.. E m ma Burgett Class Will .,...,, ,..,.. D iana Cornell, George Gullett F. F. A. .,,...,.............,,,,,.,t.t.l.... Dean Nicholls Class Poem ,.......,,..,,., Helen Fesler, Mary Ann Tracy S. M. A. .....,,.......,. Mary Ann Everhart, Janet Zollars Senior Statistics ,,,,.,.. Joyce Mizer, Norma McMillan Can You Imagine ,.., .......,,,,,,.r.c. M ary Irene Scholes, Mary Sue Jameson Chorus ..,,.,..........,,,.,,,,,.,.......,.,.....,,, Band .....................,,.,,,,,,,, Varsity Football ...,..,.,.i ,, Dorothy Trego Diana Cornell Lyle Lyons Birthdays and Calendar ........ Mariam Payne, Junior High Football ,,,,, ......,,,,,. P aul Durbin Martha Mickley Varsity Basketball . ....... ..,.. H arold Wolford Junior Notes .,.,......,..,,.,. ..,,., A lice Meehan Reserve Basketball .....,,,... ...... C harlcs liverhart Sophomores ,,,, t.,..... L ouis Gillespie Junior High Basketball ,,.. .,.......,,, J im Loney Freshmen , ,,., ,, ,,,,,,,,,,,.ii., Carol Crow Boys' Intramural Sports .... ...... G eorge Myer Mr. McMillan .,., c..... B onnie Shrimplin Girls' Intramural Sports ...... ..,. Patty White Mr. Ball .,,, ,......,,.,,,,,,,....,..,.., ....... S ally Banbury Baseball ....,,,,,,,., ............,..., .....,,.,,, L a rry Cline Mr. Smithisler , ,,.....,,.i...,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,. l,l,,, M artha Finan Alumni .,,,.,,,,,,........ ..... J eanette Ranclles Mr. Gore and Mrs. Blubaugh i,,i,i ,,,,,,,, A nn Staars C0-Editor ..........,..,,,,,,.,,.. ,,,, . . David Colopy Latin Club Notes , ,,,, ,i,,..........., ,,,,,,, E l aine Edgar Business Manager ......,.,,, ...,.,.... D ick Gardner Honor Society ........ ,, ,r,r,,,,,,,,,, Don Lifer Asst. Business Manager .........,,,.,,. Larry Grassbaugh, Varsity D Club Notes ..... ..... S ue Joyce Mills Raymond Bell News Staff ., ,,,,,,,,,......... ,..,.,,, J anis Resnis By' BONNIE ITALIANO Page Forty-iwo The Clll1'i0Il '56 RUXX' I Paul li-fling, Mary Ellen Staatx, Elaine Edgar. Coral lilubauggli. Carol Knut, Davitl Myer, RUXX' I S.ll.l Nell. Mary lfllru Pial. Doris Nyliart. Mrs. jginiewn. Nanty Hunt, Marilyn Ulu-i', Rust- lfnn.1n. ROXYR l,.luty jarxus, Marty Koons, llolu l..tndis, Stanton Baines, I.cland Xollars, llob Miller, Lurtu lllubaugli. 'lhm Dxtuak. Latin Club The Latin Club, called the Little Romans, has twenty-one members. Latin ll students initiated fourteen Latin I students early this year. The group holds monthly meetings at one of which Miss Edna Bogardus spoke to both the Latin and French clubs about her trip to Europe. An annual event is the Roman banquet when a king and queen are elected. Last year they were Glen Turney and Gretchen Mavis. The oliicers are: President , , Elaine Edgar Vice President , , Cora Blubaugh Secretary E Mary Ellen Staats Treasurer , ,, ,,,, Y, Carol Crow Elaine Edgar Page Forty-three The Clarion '56 RUXX' I ll.uoItl Mitkley, Martin Koons. Janis Ref-ms, foe Hgirlctt, l..uiy Riley. fharles Durbin. Louis Gillespie. 'l-im l7t'xol.lk. lluh Milli-r. Stanton Baines. jim Neit erlmuscr. IUDXX' Y jean Smith. joyte Mimi, Sue Mills, Navy T1.1ty, Bonnie Italiano, Don Liter. Glen Turney, M.utIm.x Mnltlry. Helen lic-xlci, Milly jglinemn, llllilllil llurgett, Judy Young. Many lillen Stunts, lllflllllf Edgar. RUXX' S Patty Riley, joy l..1lltleil1gu1glx, Maia Pmlnxelts, lor.1 lilubauuh, f,.1ml from. linda Sunil, lonulc ll-IU-IIIN. ll.ulv.u.u lWll7L'l'. Mrs. Hqlrlctt. Alive Mcehnm. Sheila XYVUFICIULID, Holmes Durbin, Karol Sigman. l'.lltx XX'livtc. -l.lI1t'l Zollzirx, Gretthen Mavis. RUXX l jalutc Aklus, Many Silmulw. jot-Ili: Muller. Marilyn Greer. Betty l.oney. Rnymimtl Vt-ss, jim l,unL'y. -lout l.u4unn. Im-1 jalvis, lit-atrite Fesler. Miuy 'Xnn ENCflI2lfl, RUXX' I XX'.1ilc Klilllcspic, Stanton lkunes, Mary Sue jgunewn. Tom l3evoxt-, Mary Stlmulw, Karol C nm, toning ll.l!.li1s, RUXX' .' joe ll.lrlc'lt. l,.uiy Riley. fharles Dullun. Hob Miller, lit-attire Fcxlvr, M.lrilyn Greer, Karol Slglllilll. Ihuuuc lt.lli.1no. lpha Beta Honor Society The Honor Society, under the direction of Mrs. Harlett, stresses high grades and participation in extra curricular activities of the school. At a meeting in September the following ofiicers were elected: President ,,,, ,,,, ,,,,, , , i,,,, , , ,,,,, A Don Lifer Vice President ,,,, Glen Turney Secretary . ,,,, ,,,.,.,.. ,,,, A l ice Meehan Treasurer , , tt,,,,t,, ,. ., ,S , , .tt, ,, Barbara Mizer We had the food concession at one fooball game and two basketball games. The money is used to buy pins for the new members. Sixteen candidates were initiated on February 13. They were: Bonnie Italiano, Mary Sue jameson, Beatrice Fesler, joe Harlett, Larry Riley, Mary Schaub. Charles Durbin, Louis Gillespie, Stanton Barnes, Carol Crow, Thomas Devorak, Marilyn Greer, Connie Hagans, Bob Landis, Bob Miller, and Carol Sigman. Page Forty-four The Clarion 56 +5 fi S ROXY' l Rayinmitl Hell. David lfnlnpy, jim Luney. Alias Mecliam, Patty Wllrite. Larry Cline, l.ai'iy Ginslwgliigln. Suv juyrt- Mills. Marlam Payne, Dirk Gardner, Lanny Parrish, Paul Durbin. ROW' 3 Huh Durbin. Karl XVurkrnan. Larry Riley, Harold XVoll'urd. I.ylu Lyons, Larry Shrimplin, john ljllllvlll, l'h.irlcs llyxxgitt-rx, Dun l.IliffI', Dalt' Dexnre. RUXV 4 l'.1ul Sapp. Martin Koons. l-lamld Micltlcy. Paul ffagwiii. jim Ncitlerhuuser, joe Hrlrlett, jot' ll.ll1l1LIl'y. ROXX' l Mi. U'liiut-n. Kilt-n Tulum-y. juris Klavins. Cigliy Arinstmng. limb Miller. Varsity "D" The objective of the Varsity D Club is to promote athletics at Danville High School with emphasis on Sportsmanship and cooperation. There are two annual awards given, one to the most valuable player in football and one for basketball. juris Klavins was presented this award in football and Glen Turney in basketball. The Varsity D also honored Mr. Parker for his many years of assistance in athletics, at the annual alumni banquet this past fall. Oflicers for this year were: President Vice President , Secretary , ,, . Treasurer ,,,tec,..Yt News Reporter The advisors are Mr. O'Brien and Mr. Nugent. Larry Grassbaugh ,, Larry Cline , Sue Mills ,. Patty White Glen Turney Sue Mills Page Forty-five The Clarion '56 ROW' I - Putty Wliite. Bonnie Italiano, Joyce Mizer, Janis Resnis, Mary Tracy, Glen Turney. Helen Feslcr. Mary Sue jameson, Emma Hurgett, Elizabeth jameson, ROW' I - Delores Durbin, Linda Smail, Barbara Mizer, Joyce Cfagwin. Elaine Edgar. Ciretthen Mavis, Connie Hngnm. Corn lllubnugh. Marilyn Greer. ROW 3 - Mrs. jameson. Charles Durbin, Bob Miller, Don Lifer, Stanton Barnes, Tom Dcvorak. School Parade Stal? The News Staff published a section of school news, called School Parade, in the local weekly newspaper, Danville Times. School Parade editors were appointed by the advisor, Mrs. jameson, as follows: Editor-in-Chief rc,.,.,.....,,.................,................l....c,.lcc,rcccrrrc Janis Resnis Senior Editor ,... .r.,. M ary Anna Tracy Feature Editor ..... .........c. J oyce Mizer Sports Editor ,ll,.,.,,.,......,,,.......................,....cc.c.,.c.c..lc.,..,s.. Glen Turney The staff sponsored a Harvest dance in November for the entire school. They also had a trip to Columbus where they toured places of interest. All members who have served for two years receive pins and guards at the expense of the staH. Janis Resnis Page Forfy-six The Clarion '56 ROW' l Y Joyce -Mizer. Helen Fesler. Martha Mickley. ROW' 3 -- jane Zimmerman. Mariam Payne. Norma McMillan. Sheila Durbin. Raymond Bell. ROXV 3 --- Rosalie Schaub. Mary Piar. Raymond Vess. Diana Cornell. Charles Everhart. Dorothy Trego, Mary Anna 'l'r.ity, Bonnie jean Italiano, Mrs. jameson. Francis Kucheravy. Dick Gardner. Speech Class The Speech Class of '55-'56 was composed of seventeen seniors and one junior, taught by Mrs. jameson. Class activities included practice in parliamentary procedure, story telling iin other classes, presenting memorized poems and plays, exercises in class discussion and voice training. The Speech Class had a noon assembly once a month, besides putting on a play at Christmas time. For assemblies four committees planned talent programs, skits, and various other forms of entertainment. The chairmen of these committees were Mary Anna Tracy, Joyce Mizer, Raymond Bell, and Charles Everhart. Overall chairman was Raymond Vess, and assistant chairman, Norma McMillan. Raymond Vess Page Forty-seven The Clarion '56 RUXY' I Raymond Bell, joe Banbury, Tommy Cline, Dale Devore, Dick Armstrong, jim Hnshman, George Devure, Huh Landis. RONV 2 -- Dick Gardner. Dun Lifer. Raymond Vess. joy Lauderbaugh, Marcella Yearous, Linda Smail, Barbara Mizcr, Rose Finnn, Alice Meehan. Mr. Parker, Mr. Scnft. School Patrol The School patrol members are selected by the school bus drivers. Their job is to help keep the bus quiet and in order. They also help the smaller children on the bus. This is the 17th year for our school patrol. It was organized by the Ohio State Patrol. Merl Hall Page Forty-eight The Clrwion '56 ROXX' l Suu ji-yin Mill, janet Arllars. Doris Nyhart. Diana lurnell. Mary Ann.: Tracy, joella Millar, liunnxi- Jlhlll lt.lli.mo, jane flll1l11l'I'I11illl, jovcc Mizer. RUXX I Nr. iiallt-i. Irma lilksnis. Patty XVhitc. Maru.-lla Ycamns, lit-atritc Fusler, Patty Farnler, I.iml.i llulbin, l'.ll!y Riley, Library Notes The library staFf of fifteen girls selected by Mr. Galler have charge of the library. These girls are given a specific period of the day. They have certain duties which consist of the following: Helping students choose books, signing out books, cataloguing new books, and keeping the library in order. The librarians are as follows: lst period ,,,,, ,,,,l, D iana Cornell and Sth period ,,...,. ,,,,, B onnie Italiano Doris Nyhart-Buckland 2nd period ., .. ,. jane Zimmerman and 6th Perlod ""'e' 'tettt"'eA ' Sue MINS Linda Durbin . 7th period ,s,,,,. ...... J anet Zollars and 5rd period .. . Mary Anna Tracy and patty White Irma Elksnis -lth period ,i,,,, Joyce Mizer and Sth period , A . ,,,. ,.,,,. L Ioella Miller, Patty Riley Patty Farmer and Bea Fesler Mary Ellen Piar Page Forty-nine The Clarion '56 RUXX' I Dunk Lhudncl llnul form-ll Mary lruy liuuunc ltxlrum jim- 7lIllll1CIlll.lll. iklmy link, M.uth.1 Mnkluy, lillllllil Burnt-It :ml P'1ul Durham ROXY 2 U Rayrnum l llell l3flVILl fnlupy joyrc Mizer Mrs jwim-sun Durutlxy 'lrt-gn jim luucy lcon lllulnugln .md lxcitlu Arimlmnxg. Rodney Dodd ,,Y,,, .,,,,,,.,....,.,...,,,,,,,...,.,...,.,,.,.,.,..,.... ..Y.... R a ymond Bell Henrietta ,,,,,,l,,Y,,,,,,,,,,,,,4 .....l E mma Burgett jodwillow ,,d,, ,l,,d.l,,v,,,,w,,,, ,....., D a vid Colopy Aunt Myra Opal Dodd , .,,,, . N21IlCy Beck Charlotte Allen , r. ,, ,, ...... Diana Cornell Doctor Bell .,,.., .,,, ,... . J im Lorley Nurse Trent B Ned Steerwell ,, Doris Winthrope Hawkins .,,V. Dickens Maribelle ,.., Mrs. Rooly . ,, ,, Mrs. Batsom jade Darnelli ,, james Scorpio Officer Brayder Page Fifty Dorothy Trego Harold Wolford jane Zimmerman Keith Armstrong Leon Blubaugh . s Martha Mickley Mary Anna Tracy , , ,,,, Bonnie Italiano Joyce Mizer ,, Paul Durbin , .. Lanny Parrish The Clarion '56 4 l1.tlltwlltxx1tn'ls ROV' I ,lllll Nrnlt-ilmusrl, Mary ,Xnn llYL'I'll.lll, i,lIItl.l Small, janet Lnllals. jnannc Smith. iiL'.lll'llL' Fcslcl. RUXX' .' l,.nw flint' Don liter, Patty XX'lntc. Mr. Clallcr. Kilt-n Tnrnm-y. jot- llnrlctt. Billy Cartwright Buzz Bradford juney Peck ,,,., Henry Peck , Mrs. Hen Peck , Susan Blake , . , Lena Katzenheimer , Wfoodrow Twillett Miss Sylvia Cartwright Mr. Cornwall Cobb Dr. Boneta Belchnick Dr. Burdock Butternsh unior Class Play a college freshman, slightly rheumatic His pal, slightly jinglebrained . the sweet object of Billy's affections ,,,,,, "Hen", janey's father. a timid soul ,,....,,. ...... . .. "Hattie Pearl," janey's stepmother who rules the roost ., . student nurse, whom Buzz is buzzy over A .,,,.. the Dutch maid, who has a "smash" on Billy .,,, ., . jancy's middle-aged admirer ..,... ,. "AUNT SYLVIAH, Billy's old maid aunt ,,,,,, ,. "UNCLE CORNYQ' Billy's old bachelor uncle . an osteopath N , a chiropractor Glen Turney joe Harlett Beatrice Fesler ,, Larry Cline .. .. janet Zollars Alice Meeham , ,,,,,..,,,, Linda Smail Charles Bywaters Joanne Smith jim Neiderhouser ,, ,, Patty White Don Lifer Page Fifty-one The Clarion '56 ROW' l f jane Zimmerman. Nancy Beck. Sheila Durbin, Helen Fesler. Norma McMillan. Elizabeth janwsnn, Sue Stachler. Rosalie Scllauh, Mariam Payne, Ellen Frazee. ROW Z H- Betty Morris, Mary Sue jameson. Bonnie Italiano, Mary Irene Schnlcs. Jeanette Ramllcs. Martha Muklcy, Dorothy 'l'rc-gn, Mary Hlubaugli. Evelyn Doyle, Sara Sapp. RUXX' R jam- Holland. Aliu- Farmer, Juanita Dcvnru, HL-len Spalcnga, Gladys Dt-unc, Mary Piar. Mis. Lcplcy, Emma llurgctt. june Carr, XVantla Karr, Iva Mrlllain. F. H. A. There are approximately 30 members in the F. H. A. Club this year. They include Freshmen through Seniors, under the direction of Mrs. Mabel Lepley. The Club Officers are: Elizabeth jameson .,,.. ................. P resident Norma McMillan ..... ..... l st Vice President Sue Ellen Stachler ..,, ..... 2 nd Vice President Martha Mickley .,..... ..........,,,....,. T reasurer Mary Irene Scholes ..........,,.,.....,.i.....,.,,,.., ,,,, .,,,,, S e cretary Helen Fesler and Bonnie jean Italiano ...............,.....,., Newsreporters The Home Economics girls have enjoyed several outside occasions. For a Christmas celebration they had a gift exchange and also a party. The Senior Home Economics girls went to Bellville and later attended a movie. Emma jean Burgett Page Fifty-two The Clarion ' 56 ROXV l W Harry Kiluipnmn. Cilenn llurgctt, Lyle Lyons, Rxiymond Vess, Dale Devore, jim Luney, john Durbin. Paul Sapp, joe Banbury. ROW' 2 V Clement Blllhllllgll, Tom XVliitney. Alvin Keener, Mr. XVliecler, Lanny Parrish, Carl XVorknmn, llob Durbin. ROXV S joe llllllhlllgll, .-Klul lluigctt, Gary Mixer, Hob Piglr, Larry Sliriinpliii. l'.1ul Devore, Cin--nge Deion F. F. A. There are 26 members in the F. F. A. this year. The officers that were elected at the beginning of the year are: President , ,.,,,., ......,,,,....,,..., , ,. Dale Devore Vice President ,,,.,,,. ...... L yle Lyons Secretary .....,.... ..,,. J ohn Durbin Treasurer . .......... ,..., R aymond Vess News Reporter .,.. ,,.., ,..., ..,,, ,..,,,.,,, P a L 1 l Sapp Sentinel .,,,..,....,., ..,..,.,,,......,,.,...,..,..,.,..,......,........, ......,,,,....,.. J i m Loney There are nearly 2.4 production products per student under the direction of Mr. Thomas A. Wheeler. The F. F. A. held its annual Parent'Son Banquet on November 30, 1955, with 80 present. This year there are 26 members in the F. F. A., seven seniors, six juniors, Eve sophomores, and eight freshmen. The F. F. A. has its own basketball team this year. We also had dairy, livestock, and meat judging teams take part in the state contest. The Chapter has ordered 46,000 seeding trees for a reforestry project. Indi- viduals and group exhibits were set up at the county fair. We had a scrap metal drive, and a pest hunt drive this year. They both turned out very well. Dean Nicholls Page Fifty-three The Clarion '56 ROW' I liill Stxuhlei. Many Ann lfvcrlmrt, J-fella Miller, Mary Anim 'l'rg1ty, lxllllfllil Mickluy. janet Zullarx, hl.lly lllulwglugh, Dick I uilley. ROXYI limb XVist', Kennetli XY'ilwn. Keith Arnistrung. Dt-an Nirlmlls. Nr. Rc-ew. joe Hgirlt-tt. lit-urge lluuii, lllll NL'IllL'll7xlllNL'l. Student Managers of Athletics IfO0'I'BAl.L BASKETBALL Dean Nicholls George Devore Martha Mickley Mary Anna Tracy Mary Ann Everhart janet Zollars Joe Harlett Dick Conley Kenneth Wilson Eddie Banbury Bill Neiderhouser Bill Stachler PROGRAMS Keith Armstrong Aloella Miner Bob Wise Mary Blubaugh Ronald Schackle These students under the supervision of Mr. Reese sold tickets and programs at football games and took tickets at the doors during basketball season. janet Zollars and Mary Ann Everhart Page Fifty-four The Clarion '56 ROW' l --- Beatrice Fesler. Nancy Hunt, Alice Farmer, Sue Grasshaugh, Joyce Cagwin. Patty Farmer. Judy Young, Mary Ann Everhart. ROXV 2 'Jeanne Smith. Betty Strouse, Sandra Stringfellow, Carol Crow, Marilyn Greer, Mary Anna Tracy, Sara lie l, Judy Gardner, Dorothy I.oney, Joyce Mizer. ROW' 3 3 Barbara Mizer. Ellen Jane Nyhart, Connie Hagans, Joy Laudcrhaugh, Gretchen Mavis, Maja Podnieks, Marilyn Banbury. Alice Meehan, Bonnie Jean italiano, Diana Cornell, Sheila XVorlcn1an, Nr. Vaughn. ROW' -Al Francis Kuchcravy, Dick Armstrong, Juris Klavins. Larry Stimpert, Larry Cline, Glen Turney, Don I.itur. Dick Gardner. Raymond Bt-ll. Jim Neiderhouser, Lanny Parrish. Chorus The mixed chorus this year was composed of forty-one members, directed by Mr. Vaughn. They made several appearances during the school year. Highlights of the year were a musical Christmas program held at the high school, a school radio broadcast over WMVO, and the Knox County Spring Musical Festival. The outstanding main event of the year was the production of "Shreds and Patches" Operetta from Gilbert and Sullivan. This was the first operetta at- tempted for several years and the chorus is to be congratulated on their Fine work. The group appreciates very much Mr. Vaughn's leadership and patience in helping them. Dorothy Trego Page Fifty-five The Clarion '56 ROW' I -- Patty Wfhitc, Marilyn Greer, Delores Durbin, Bnh Landis, Elaine Edgar. Betty Loney, Lintln Hnmmi-ntl, Mary Ellen Stnnts. ROW' J Mary Sclmnb, Carol ffrnw, Marcella Yearous, Keith Armstrong. Roger W'iltux. Nancy Arwellct, Slmmn 'l'rc.lp. Nancy Mizer, Violet Thorp. Jim Spearman, Ann Stunts. Carolyn Banbury. Kay Hammond. ROW' 5 Nancy Hunt, Judy Cline. Nancy Hulmnn, Maris Klavins. Joyce Smith, Jim Cirillmn. Larry Stimpert, f,l.lIl' Richert, Jim Neiclcrlmuser, Bill Neitlerlmuuser. Glen fflmpmnn, Mike Hagans. Jerry I line. Darwin Wlnmls. Janet Lcntlu, Jeanne Ci.lrdner. Charles Treen, Mart Koons. Main Pntlniksi fmiriie HLIJLLIIIS. ROW' I Jnyte Mwcr. Putty Riley, Kate llvlopy, Jnti,y Young, Jutly linltlncr, flintnn l.y'lT.ll'l1L'I, fully Mivcr. lfmmis Kut'liL'rnvy. Clement llltllmugli, Curtis Hlubzlugli. Glen Turney ,.,... Raymond Bell' .,,...... Danville H. S. Band Lewis W. Vaughn, Director Band President Vice-President Gretchen Mavis .,,,,,.. .....,...... ,.,.,,, S e cretary FLUTES Mary Ellen Staats Linda Hammond Betty Loney SOLO CLARINETS Joy Lauderbaugh Joanne Smith Patty Smith Marilyn Greer Delores Durbin SECOND CLARINETS Mary Schaub Carol Crow Marcella Yearous Nancy Hunt Keith Armstrong THIRD CLARINETS Judy Cline Nancy Huffman Marvis Klavins Joyce Smith Page Fiffy-six ALTO SAXOPHONE Kay Hammond Tommy Dvorak Larry Lauderbaugh Gary Armstrong Marilyn Banbury TENOR SAXOPHONE Carolyn Banbury FRENCH HORNS Elaine Edgar Bob Landis SOLO TRUMPETS Connie Hagans Maija Podnicks Marty Koons Charles Treen Lonnie Stull SECOND TRUMPETS Darwin Woods Jean Gardner Janet Leach Marilyn Banbury Joyce Mizer Wayne Pigman Carrol Richert Carol Peterson Jerry Cline THIRD TRUMPETS Diane Staats Sharon Treap Violet Thorp Nancy Arwiller jim Spearman Roger Wilcox TROMBONES Jim Neiderhouser Bill Neiderhouser Raymond Bell Mike Hagans Glen Chapman BASS Larry Stimpert Jim Gallion Publicity Editor Librarian BARITONE Clair Richer! DRUMS Francis Kucheravy Glenn Turney Curt Blubaugh Clem Bluhaugh Gary Mizer Leo Mickley Clinton Lybargcr BELL LYRA Joyce Mizer DRUM MAJOR Judy Gardner MAJORETTES Kate Colopy Judy Young Patty Riley Gretchen Mavis Ellen Jane Nyhart The Clarion '56 Calendar SEPTEMBER Back from a long vacation first day of school. Preview at Utica played Centerburg we won 6-0. Won our first home game of the season Granville-6, Danville-12. Bookmobile Day, lots of good books from the Bookmobile. Danville slipped, Utica beat 12-6. First Lyceum number, "DeCosta and Ferrare Musical." School Bus inspection. Band plays at Utica. Played Bellville away, got beat 27-0. OCTOBER Clarion Pictures and Elementary Pictures. Played Johnstown tied 13-13. We had a fire prevention film. Came home with a victory, Watkin's-12 and Danville-31. Conservation Film. We played Butler and got beat 19-7. Varsity "D" dinner starts at 5:30. Boy that was a close one, Summit Station-18, Danville-19. Lions Club - PTA Halloween Party. NOVEMBER Bookmobile back again don't forget to pay your dues on overdue books. We beat Centerburg 22-13. Election Day. Big Night, Homecoming game Fredericktown 39-0. Mid Buckeye Foot Ball Banquet Newark, 6:30. News Staff have a harvest dance. High School Chorus 1:00 Broadcasting Station WMVO. Bookmobile Day. Football Banquet. Thanksgiving Vacation. End of vacation. Starting of basketball season Centerburg here. FFA Banquet 7:30. DECEMBER Oh no! Fredericktown beat Danville 63-71. Yea, Danville-94, Howard-68. We win again. Danville-85, Utica-64. The juniors are having a party from the magazine sale. We are having a winning streak. Centerburg-42, Danville-77. Guess what? We beat Bladensburg. 74-37. Get out your formals. Christmas Ball sponsored by the Seniors. Here comes Santa Claus. Christmas Party sponsored by the P.T.A. and Lions Club. "Christmas Trimmings" a play at the monthly assembly program. lt's here, Christmas. But where is the snow? Page Fifty-seven The Clarion '56 JANUARY 1. My resolutions sound alright - for somebody else. 2. Hurrah for Danville. We beat Amity 27-88. 10. That was close. Danville-66, Gambier-63. 11. Second Lyceum No. "Fitzgerald" 13. Three big games for a worthy cause, Polio Benefit Games. 13. It's too late to study now. Final Exams. 17. Yea for Danville. We beat Howard, 88-60. 21. End of our winning streak. Fredericktown beat us on our own floor, 76-61. 24. Gather all the lost books for the Bookmobile. 26. Senior Scholarship Test at Mount Vernon. Also Ag. Test. 28. We won again, Summit Station-37, Danville-55. 31. Guess what? We beat Amity 96-48. FEBRUARY 2. Here we go again, Granville beat us 56-38. . That didn't last long. We beat Gambier 57-51. . Honor Society initiation. Do they ever look funny. 11. Have you heard. We drew a bye. 21. Danville wins first game of the tournament. Danville 68, Howard 53. 23. Wait until next year and we will beat them. Danville 57. Fredericktown 66. 26 29 3 6 . Drawing held at Westerville for Central District Tournament. . We play jackson Twp. at Capitol University. MARCH 6. Bookmobile Day. 9. Operetta "Shi-eds and Patches." 12. What smells so good? Oh it's food for the All Sports' Banquet sponsored by the Lions Club. 12. Are you going to college? Ashland College representative to talk with seniors. 14. Do you want a job? Miss Miechaux from the Ohio State Employment Service is coming. 27. Bookmobile is here again. 30. No school today. Good Friday. APRIL 1. No foolin' it is Easter. 3. Back to school, the vacation is over. 6. "Come Out of Your Coma," 1 don't mean you, it's the junior Class Play. 10. Bookmobile Day. 16. Quiz Book Test, concerning alcohol. 19. All the girls have their hair up. 1t's the junior-Senior Banquet. MAY 1. The Bookmobile made its last trip this year to the school. 4. Senior Class Play, "One Wild Night." . Baccalaureate. Our high school career is almost finished. 20 24. Commencement. Page Fiffy-eight ATHLETICS The Clarion '56 ,,,fwx:w'h F5950 ' I X 5 W "WM" ' miaaumwxwwmmwwsm-mann RUXY I I Nr, Nugent. l.1Illlly Parrish. David ffolupy, Rztymnntl Bell. l.:liry lfnlsslmugli. Lyle Lyons. jim l.nnt-y. Mr. 0 llrlcn, RUXX' 2 Paul Supp, Hob Durbin. Ronald Sliacklr, fflmrles Hyuuters. Glen Turncy. l,.uty I lint, l.ul XX'-vrkrn.1n. llrry Riley lJ'llll f '15, 'in j " Kl i ' .. . . .. 'vt . urns avms. - ROW' 5 Roger llgxkcr. Merl Huffman, Stanton Barnes. Fred Stitrpnui. Martin Koum. Hin-'lil Mutklt-5. flmilu l in Dum . RUXX' l knlly Durbin, Paul Billing. john XVnllc. l.t'l.lnd f0llLll'S. l.:lnny jzuxis. Ciglly llugllt-s. llnmlil XX'olInul. Varsity Football Name Poxitirnz Year in School joe Banbury - Right Tackle - Sophomore Ray Bell -- Right Guard - Senior Charles Bywaters - Center -junior Paul Cagwin - Left Half - junior David Colopy - Center - Senior Larry Cline - Quarterback - junior Paul Durbin - Left Half - Senior Charles Durbin - Right Guard - Sophomore john Durbin - Quarterback - junior Bob Durbin -- Left Half - junior Larry Grassbaugh - Right Half- Senior Danville I2 ,.,... Name Poxitirm Year in School juris Klavins - Fullback - junior Martin Koons - Left Guard -- junior jim Loney - Right Tackle - Senior Lyle Lyons - Left Tackle - Senior Harold Mickley - Left Half - Sophomore Bob Miller - Full Back - Freshman Lanny Parrish - Left Guard - Senior Larry Riley - Left Tackle - junior Ronald Schackle - Right Guard -junior Glen Turney - Right End -junior Carl Workman - Left End - junior Granville 6 Danville 6 ......,,,, Utica I2 Danville 0 ,.,,,, ,,,,,,,, B ellville Z7 Danville I5 ,,,,,, ,,,,,,, j ohnstown I3 Danville Sl .,,.,, ,,,,........l, W atkins ll Danville 7 ,,,,.. ,,,,,,,,..,...,.,,,.. B utler I9 Danville I9 ,..... .. .Summit Station I8 Danville ZZ ,... ...,,.,.. Centerburg I5 Danville 0 ...... .......,.,..t.. F redericktown 39 fConinued on page 653 Page Sixty The Clrzriou '56 lb Homecoming Queen and Court Q11 Imvrov Xin lv.l,mt QL1cu1.x1ull-ull! l'lullm.m Xlumlnlll I lllx lmrmx .lt tlw nlmxw Num lhll lx ll l.1rlxl,..x. lvoll ll-llwX11llLu llmul xml l mul Qx1L':nl5l.lll.1 Qrlun.lml1w111l ll llu lu .l .ll llml lulll U Xu l. r ull Quu1vlU:.1lv.l lm lll X M ww Xlllmlvxt .xml N-vlxlmxlwvl Xlln1ul.1l1! :rum l lx l lumix lhxlxwlul lllll, ll..l'.tln1.lml l ll Ixl. Ixlwv .lull l.1z1x C.v.xwlw.1uglu ln-:ll lull N.uw5m1,'l Page Sixty-one The Clarion '56 ROW' I - Xvade Gillespie, David Mirkley, jim Schauh, Bob Holt, Eddie Farmer, Arthur Snider, Perry Everhnrt, I.nrry Lnuderbaugh. ROXV Z - - Huh Neiderhuuser, Paul Cornell, Henry Nyhart, Pete Resnis. Danny Durbin, Tum Cline. ROXV 3 Doug Durbin, Kenny Durbin, Pete Durbin, Mr. Galler, Dick Mavis, Thurman Bywnters, Lynn Lyons. unior High Football Under the direction of Mr. Galler the Danville squad had one of its better seasons, winning one, and tying two. Playing a very tough schedule, the little Blue Devils always gave a very good performance. THE SCHEDULE Danville l,,,, ...,... 0 Loudonville .. .. 0 Danville .,,,, .. 0 Millersburg .... .. 0 Danville ..,i. 15 Millersburg ,.,.. ..,.....,... , .. 6 Paul Durbin Page Sixty-Iwo The Clarion '56 Reserve Cheerleaders Carol Crow, Judy Gardner, Judy Young, Sarah Bell. Varsity Cheerleaders The Clarion 456 IN FRONT Manager, Gary Armstrnngg Coach. Mr. O'Brien, .arr vmss aug 1. ,cn IN IKM K Raymond Bell, Bnh Durbin, Dick Gardner, Charles Bywaters. Larry fl I y C b tl il 'Iuincy Dun Iiler Karl Xllforkman juhn Durbin Dean Nicholls, juris KI Varsity Basketball nv The basketball team had a very successful season. They were very fortunate in having lost only one player from last year's Varsity. They won their first Knox County League Championship in ten years. The team will lose only one senior from the starting line up. There were four juniors on the squad. Danville was runner-up in the county tournament, having been beaten by the F reddies. INDIVIDUAL SCORING F.G. Turney .,.,,,.. ...... 1 75 Cline ,......,.,,. ...... 9 1 Grassbaugh ..... . 102 Workman .,,,.,, ...... 7 5 Klavins , ,,,,,. ...... 2 6 J. Durbin ,.,.., ...... 2 0 Lifer .. 14 Gardner .,,,.. ,. 4 B. Durbin ,,,,,,, .. 3 Bywaters ,..,.. .. 3 Bell .. .......... 2 Nicholls . .,.... ................................. 2 IContinued on page 65l Page Sixfy-four F.T 115 85 61 38 17 22 Points 473 267 265 188 69 54 50 13 6 6 6 4 Ave. 23.65 13.35 13.25 9.4 3.45 2.7 2.5 VARSITY FOOTBALL fContinued from page 603 The Clarion ' 56 The Danville Blue Devils had a successful season under the fine direction of Coach Mervin Red Nugent and Coach Robert O'Brien by notching four wins as opposed to four The team shared the championship of the Mid Buckeye League with Johnstown and Utica A last second touchdown by Johnstown prevented our capturing sole possession of the crown We also placed second in Knox County. Danville had 5 boys on the Mid Buckeye League team. On the offensive team were Larry Cline at Quarterback, Lanny Parrish at left guard, and Larry Grassbaugh at right end. John Durbin at defensive right half and Klavins at Quarterback represented us on the Cline was the best passer in the Mid Buckeye League, Klavins was the second highest scorer with 48 and missed one game because of a hip bruise. Lyle Lyons - VARSITY BASKETBALL fContinued from page 643 Centerburg ....... Fredericktown Howard ............, Utica ...,...,...... Centerburg ....... Bladensburg ..... Amity ..,,........ Gambier ........... Danville Opponent 64 36 63 94 85 77 72 88 66 88 Howard ...................... Fredericktown 61 59 Johnstown ................ Bladensburg .i............ Summit Station 70 55 96 Amity. .........,...,.......... TOURNAMENT Granville .,......... ..... 3 8 Gambier ........ ..... 5 7 Watkins ,.......... ..... 8 3 Loudonville ....... ..... 5 8 l 274 COUNTY Dan. Howard .s........ . ...... 68 F redericktown ............ 5 7 125 Grand Totals 1 399 Averages 69.95 71 68 64 42 37 27 63 60 76 62 38 37 48 56 51 55 63 954 OPP 56 66 122 1076 53.8 By Harold E. Wolford Page Sixty-five The Clllfjllll '56 ROW' I Holm Slmlts, Martin Koons, llob Miller, Louis Gallespie, Fred Scarpuzzi, Cflinrlcs Durbin, Hgimltl Nukley, llolw Ridgeway, Keith Heck. ROXV J Miki- Tracy, Lonnie Stull, Leu Mickley, Glen Burgett, Stanton Barnes, Roger Baker, Gary Durbin. Paul llnling, Mr. Nugent. Reserve Basketball The reserve basketball team played eighteen games this season, winning 12 and losing 6 of their games. In county games they won 9 and lost 1, winning the Knox County reserve championship. 'kDanville 27 .t.r......,.. ,Centerburg Danville 24 .......r,. Fredericktown Danville 15 ,,,., .. Fredericktown Danville 43 .....,...,,,, Y. Johnstown f"Danville 34 ,,,t, tt,..,,t,. Howard 'l'Danville 40 .,,.,,......., Bladensburg Danville 41 t,,t,,,, .t.........,i, U tica Danville 51 V..,.,.. Summit Station "fDanville 46 t,... .......... C enterburg "'Danville 49 ,,,.,,t..... ,,t,,t, C . Amity YDanville 41 ,, ,, Bladensburg Danville 52 ,..., ,, Granville i"Danville 57 to Y, . Amity 'l'Danville 38 ,,t.,,..,.,r Gambier "fDanville 25 t,rt,,,, V..,.... G ambier Danville 58 C, Watkins Memorial 'kDnnville 29 ......,.. t...,.. H owarcl Danville 38 .t,, t,,t,, . Loudonville Page Sixfy-six Charles Everhart The Clarion '56 ROW' I Peter Rcsnis, Eugene Thompson, Dnug Durbin, Tom Cline. Dick Mavis, Peter Durbin, Lynn Lyons, Kenneth Durbin, David Mickley. ROW' J jim Schauh, Manager, Bob Holt, Clinton Lybarger, Ruger Sloan, Mike Hagans, Darwin Wo-ids, fi.lI'I'Uli Richcrt, Larry lybargcr, joe Durbin. ROW' S Mr. Ball. junior High Basketball Under the guidance of Mr. Ball this year, the Junior High Basketball Team played 5 games before the tournament, winning all 5. They had 4 competent cheerleaders: two from the seventh grade: Linda Mills and Kay Durbin, and two from the eighth grade: Carmen Durbin and Beverly Ridgeway. Our manager was jim Schaub. Danville Danville Danville Danville Danville Danville Danville Danville SCORES 42 .,...,,,,,i.,,........ Gambier 51 ,........,.....,.,.,.... Howard 43 ,,...,. ,.......,,,..,,. A mity 33 .........,,.,,,,.,.. Columbia 46 .,,.....,,,.,,,, Bladensburg TOURNAMENT 30 .....,.,,... Fredericktown 50 e,,,,..,.,....,. Bladensburg 30 .,,,.,.........,., Centerburg The tournament this year was played at Howard High School until the final game, which was played at Kenyon Fieldhouse. Jim Loney Page Sixty-seven The Clfzriou '56 Z? RUXX' I I'.:uI Iaguun. Lgnly Riley, Daxrd folopy, Lanny Parrlsll, Raymond Bell, Larry Uriisslniilglr. llzlmld XX'-'ltr-rd. I..l1ly Slnnnplin, Paul Durban, joe Hzlrlctt. RUXX' ,' john Ihnlvin, 4 h.nlcs liyuaters. Glen Turney, Don Lifer. l.1lI'l'y C line, Dirk Gardner. Donn Nnholls. f lmilu l.xurlr.lit, jun l,1vnr'y, joe lhlnhnry, RHXX' S liolx llullwm, Ln! XxvUl'kIH.ll1. Clmrlrs Iiurlwun, I.ylr- Lyons, Martin Hinkley. Huh Millet, 'Inn Ncldcl'lunlxei'. RUXX l Rouen lklkci, frilly Mivel, Glen lirirgett, Lonnie Stull. Pilnl llulrng, Ito Muklrv. Cnliy Durlwln. Only Al'll15fI'lII1QL, limmls Kuthemxy. HHXX' S Binh Slnults. Lgnry Stinlpert, Larry Srnvely, Keith Beck, Huh Xrrnxtl-vnu. 'l'-vin Dum.1L, llolw lalrhlis, Alva llurgett, Clem lllnlvzlugh. RUXY rw Stanton Ramos. Kenneth XVilson, Hnrhert Gardner, Hill Nciderhouser. I.-mic Gillespie. Paul Sapp. full lllnlxlugh. Hill Shlrlilel, George l7eVore, Mike 'l'r4lt'y, RUXX ' inny lXlurel.lnd, joe lllnhnuuli, liolwhy XY'ise, Fred Summerfield. Mcrel Huflman. Dirk Xrimtrr-Ing, jun llililllllilll, Dale Dt-une. Janis Resnis. Leland Xollars, Mr. Nugent, flair Rifhert, Raymond Vow. fhlllts I Kll Koons, Druid Myers. lla:-'ld Du k Kunley, Fred Sullpulll. Riduexxgly. ,linux Klnrns. KL-itll ."lt". Boys' Intramural Sports Last fall six boys, under the supervision of Mr. O'Brien and Mr. Nugent, chose volley ball teams to compete during the noon hour. The captains were: juris Klavins, Don Lifer, Paul Durbin, Larry Cline, Carl Workman, and Raymond Bell. Don Lifer was the winner. Later on in the season six more boys selected teams for intramural basketball. The standings are as follows: 'I 'emu Wfim Loses Team W'ins Loses Lifer 1 0 Cline 0 1 Gard ner l 0 Bell 0 l XX'orkman 1 0 Klavins 0 l They play every Monday and Wfednesday at noon. Page Sixty-eight E , 5712. ,uni j k Ur " " . .:4..-,.g::'::. 'H - W The Clarion '56 ROW' I - Linda Smail, Mary Schaub, Doris Nyhart, Mary lrene Scholes. Sheila Durbin, Elizabeth Jameson, Jeanette Ramlles. Mary Piar, Emma Burgett. ROXV 3 -- Janet Zollars, Inez Jarvis, Delores Durbin, Mary Sue Jameson. Diana Cornell, Helen Fesler. Jane Zimmerman, Rosalie Schaub, Dorothy Trego, Sue Joyce Mills. ROW' 5 - Dorothy Loney, Patty Farmer. Mary Ann Everhart. Bea Ann Feslcr. Irma Elknis, Bonnie Jc-.un Italiano, Nancy Beck, Martha Mickley, Norma McMillian. Mariam Payne, Mary Ann Tracy, ,Joyce Miyer, ROXV 4 Patty Riley, Jane Nyhart, Joanne Smith, Patt Xvhite, Marcella Yearous, Joella Miller. A ice lxlechan. ROXV S Sara Bell, Carol Crow. Jud Young, Waniliia Carr. Sandra Stringfellow, Helen Frazer, June Karr, Iva Mcfilain, Evelyn Doyle, Mary Rllubaugh, Linda Durbin. Kate Colopy, ROW n -- Jean Gardner. Sue Grasshaugh, Carol Sigman, Rose Finan. Jenn Smith. Kfora Blubaugh, Sue Stachlcr. Betty btrouse, Dorothy Loney. Barbara Mizer, Judy Gardner. Marilyn Banbury. Joyce liaguiii, ROW 7 - Helen Sparenga. Juanita Devore, Ellen Frazee, Alice Farmer. Rose Finan, Jean Smith. Cora lilulwaugh. Sheila XVorkm.in. Ginnie Hagans, Mary Stnats. Elaine Edgar. Linda Hammond. ROW' R -- Maril n Greer, Jane Holland, Betty Morris. Connie Mizer. Nancy Hunt, Mr. Nugent. Mr. O'l4iicn Maiia Podniezs, Lucille FCl'Cl1hilllj.Zll, Gretchen Mavis, Joy Iaiuderbaugli. Girls' Intramural Sports In the intramural program this year Bonnie Italiano, Mary Tracy, Mariam Payne, Rosalie Schaub, Sue Mills, and Martha Mickley were the six captains of the volleyball and basketball teams. Rosalie Schaub was the winner of the volleyball season. The program is under the direction of Mr. Nugent, who supervises the games each noon. The girls participate in this sport every Tuesday and Thursday. It is enjoyed very much by all. Patty White Page Sixty-nine The Clarion '56 ROW 1 l,nrry Cllnnc. jim Lnncy, Ditk Gardner, Paul ffugwin. Raymond Hell. RUXX' 2 Dale Dcvnre. Bill Ncidcrlinuscr, Glen Turney, joe Hnrlett. Charles Bywaters. Charles Everlmrt. RUXV 5 Lanny Pnrrisli, Clair Richert, Mr. O'Brien, Franfis Kuflicravy. Bob Shultz. Baseball Notes The Danville baseball team was runner-up in the county tournament. Then went on to the district tournament at Columbus where they were defeated in their first game. Larry Cline Page Seventy The Clarion '56 l. If you knew Suzie. 1. Silly Sophs. 3. Sally. Al. Joyce. S. Chic. 6. Sun's in my eyes. 7. just luiruing. 8, Beauty Quccn 0, tounxc. Ill. lllnrilyn or monkey. ll. Bobby. IZ. Pals. 13. Farmer. N. Good Fricmlx. li, Smiles. lb. Miss .'XIllL'l'lLiLl. 17. XVl1cn we wcrc young, IR. Little Limly. 10. Puppy love, 20. Happy? ll. Pitklc Lovcrs. 22. Sleep tight. 23. Little Pete. 24. XV.mt Ll bite. 25. Blomlic. 26. :X marc cliiltl. 27. Have a coke. 28. flute puppy, 29. Kiharnps. 50. See that man in the moon. Page Seventy-one Tloe Clarion '56 Page Seventy-two The Week Before Dead Line T'was the week before "dead line" and all through the school, Not a creature was idle, no one was cool. The layouts were flying, the pictures were spread, The editors crying, "We wish we were dead!" But back in the corner where some kids were working, One took sick while others sat smirking. While out in the hall there arose such a clatter, We sprang from the snake-pit to see what was the matter. Back to the turmoil we turned with vigor: This book will be good - much better and bigger. We had many spats 'cause we couldn't agree- We argued a 'plenty to the ninth degree. But I'm sure you'll declare, now that it's over and done, That working together was plenty of fun! The due date was nearing, the dead line was closeg There were doubts that we'd make it - we all were morose. We kept at our work, the team was not slacking, We toiled and toiled, our brains we were wracking. Completing the task, we all heaved a sigh, We made it on time and our spirits were high, So now that it's finished we just want to say We hope you enjoyed it, f"We think it's okay"D And don't you exclaim when we get out of sight, "Isn't that year book a terrible fright!" We did it, we're glad, we won't pass the buck, And now that we're leaving Good-bye and Good-Luck. Bee Jay ALUMNI The Clarion '56 Alumni in the Service Charles Durbin, '51, is serving with the U. S. Navy. Eldon Antill, '52, is serving with the U. S. Navy and is stationed in San Francisco, Cal. Ralph Phillips, '52, is serving with the U. S. Air Force and is stationed in Illinois. Robert Durbin, '50, is serving with the U. S. Air Force and is stationed in Miss. Harmon White, '55, is serving with the U. S. Navy and is stationed in New jersey. joseph Proper, '53, is serving with the U. S. Navy and is stationed in Washington, D. C. Glenn Colopy, '49, is serving with the U. S. Air Force and is stationed in Miss. William Dye, '53, is serving with the U. S. Army and is stationed in Fort Bragg, N. C. james Shean, '53, is serving with the U. S. Army. James Emmett, '54, is serving with the Marine Corps and is stationed in Fort Leguine, N. C. Robert Cline, '53, is serving with the U. S. Army. Thomas Finan, '53, is serving with the U. S. Army and is stationed in Germany. Earl Mickley, '54, is serving with the U. S. Army and is stationed at Fort Bragg, N. C. Jack Hall, '55, is serving with the U. S. Navy. john Kucheravy, '55, is serving with the U. S. Navy. Bob Wolfe, '55, is serving with the U. S. Army and is stationed in Texas. a ff Z QC, 'Ta '54, LG. Q0 Page Seventy-four " 'ii The Clarion '56 Alumni News MARRIAGE NOTES Janice Hoagland '53 and john Graham Helen Durbin '54 and Charles Miller '54 Ausma Podnicks '53 and Raymond Frank '38 Peggy Ridgeway "ex 'S6" and Thomas Colopy '53 Norma Jean Zimmerman '52 and Gail Laughery '52 janice Mumper 'S2 and Charles Barnes 'Sl Richard Stumbaugh '55 and Dolly Dennis Nedra Payne '52 and Robert Wears Shirley Baker 'S2 and Zane Wilson '51 Carole Rhodes '55 and Clarence Vess Marie Wolford '55 and Eugene Mowery '55 James Elliot '49 and Dorothy Clark Wayne Crider '48 and Lee Ann Tindal Delores Colopy '52 and Ben Jackson Ida Lorenzen '55 and David Rothel BABY NOTES Mr. and Mrs Mr. Mr. Mt. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. and Mrs. and Mrs. and Mrs. Don Kick 1Mary Louise Colopy "53"l Son Sheldon Hull iMaxine Yearous "S3"J Son Donald Richards Qjoanne Banbury "S4"J Daughter Lloyd Sheasby "SZ" lDoris Body "54"J Son Donald Ridgway "Sl" CSarah Conkle "S4"J Daughter Robert Parker fFaun Hains "S4"J Daughter and Mrs. and Mrs. William Summers fjoyce Mickley "54"p Son and Mrs. Frank Flecknoe 1Betty Doyle "ex SS"J Daughter Kenneth Keck fjuanita Crane "ex 55'J Son Eugene McCoy 1Sylvia Cagwin "ex SS"J Son James Cline "Sl" 1Hazel Steiner "S2"D Daughter Everett Wantland fHazel Cly "43"D Daughter Arthur Durbin "Sl" fMae Lyons "34"D Son and Mrs: . Charles Sapp Qjanet Fesler "S3"J Son Encil Mills "46" Son Mr. and Mrs. Donald Mickley "46" Daughter and Mrs and Mrs Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. and Mrs and Mrs Rodney Mickley "46" Daughter Gary Didinger "5 1" Daughter Joe Mickley "39" Daughter and Mrs. . Walter Durbin "49" fBarbara Thorp "49"b Son and Mrs. Lawrence Colopy "49" QDorothy Mickley "5l"J Daughter Eugene Mowery "SS" KMarie Wolford "SSW Son nl.-- c......... r Tbe Clarion '56 ALUMNI CLASS OF 1890 Emma Weimer-Temple-Loudonville. Ohio Carry Logston-Deceased CLASS OF 1893 Clement Loqston-Deceased CLASS OF 1894 Lou Tressel-Deceased CLASS OF 1895 Bertha Weimer-Deceased W. B. Robeson-Toledo, Ohio Lillie Walton-Swinehart-Columbus, Ohio CLASS OP 1896 Harmon Neerw-Deceased Byron Black-Barber-337 Springfield St., Mansiield. Ohio Myrtle Kirkpatrick-Parrish-Danville. Ohio Virgie White-WanderkDanville. Ohio Ruby Church-Shaw-Florida CLASS OF 1897 Charles B. Workman-Salesman-Ravenna, Ohio Dela Black-Kerr-Deceased CLASS OF 1898 Orlin Workman-Deceased Guernsey Workman-Danville, Ohio Fred Bartlett-R. R. Conductor-Columbus. Ohio Cory O. Beum-Deceased Nettie Banbury-Shultz-Danville, Ohio Vinnie Lyharqer-Bice--Danville, Ohio Dale Bradiield--Deceased Ivy Swigart-Shultz-Deceased 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-Deceased Bernard Palmer-Deceased Willie Purcell-Deceased Perry Workman--Deceased Robert Workman-210 Ira Ave., Akron. Ohio CLASS OF 1900 Quincy Black-Deceased Luella I-'erenbaugh-ColginwDeceased Edith Mackey-Workman-Deceased Bessie Nazor-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-Canton. Ohio Howard S. Workman-Deceased CLASS OF 1902 Pearl Burris-Lybarger-Deceased Pearl Hess-Shultz-Deceased Beulah Shaffer-Gaines-113W Hamtramck St., Mount Vernon, Ohio Vema Shaw-Cochran-Walhondinq. Ohio Luc Shrimplin-Geitgey-New Smyrna Beach, Fla. R. lxomer Slut:-Dayton. Ohio Philip L. Wilkins-Deceased CLASS OF 1903 Mary Durbin-Arnold-Deceased Belle Humbert-Horn-Howard, Ohio Lottie Newton-Loney-Howard. Ohio P. R. Snow-Postal Clerk--Cleveland, Ohio Chester Workman--Deceased Paae Seventv-six Clara Workman-Hunter-Shaker Heights, Ohio Eva Workman-Michel-Columbus, Ohio CLASS OF 1904 Pearl Black-Danville. Ohio Stella Blubaugh-Snow-Deceased Nelson Burris-Deceased Bun Lybariuer-Danville. Ohio Beulah Mc arland-Biggs-Deceased Clitiord Shaw-Deceased Sylvia Shaw-Deceased Dana Snow-Deceased Mary Yearly-White-Deceased Bemard Ietterson-Deceased CLASS OF 1905 Iames Bartlett-Arizona Iames Biggs-Deceased lay Cullison-Deceased Frankie Drouhard-Columbus. Ohio Grace Hess-Iennings-Deceased Elizabeth 'Ieiierson-Tarr-Chicago, Illinois O. L. Kaylor-Heal Estate-Akron, Ohio Anna Neldon-Workman-Danville, Ohio Helen McFarland-Lund-Akron, Ohio CLASS OF 1906 Edith Greer-Gilmore-Deceased Kent Shaffer--Pittsburgh, Penn. Floy alpearman-Greer-Deceased Ona ander-I-less-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-Belletontaine, Ohio Harry Ventling-Deceased Grover D. Wander-Farmer. Ashland. Ohio Harley I. Workman-Deceased CLASS O1-' 1908 Selora Arnold-Colcipy-Danville, Ohio Hubert C. Baker- armer-Danville, Ohio Blanche Durbin-Raleigh-Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio lessie McKee--2990 E. Overlood Rd., Cleveland, Ohio Chester E. McMillan-Farmer-Danville. Ohio Carrie Parrish-Sperry-Route 2, Mount Vernon, Ohio Iva Workman-Hunter-Marseilles. Illinois CLASS OF 1909 Ethel Arnold-Miller-Detroit, Michigan Elizabeth Daughtery-Watson-Wooster, Ohio Alice Durbin-Deceased Pauline Durbin-Swingle--Valley City. Ohio Ruth Ieiierson-Bunk-323 College Ave., Newark, Delaware Nona Greer-Newell-2583 La Rose. Memphis, Tenn. May Mickley-Colopy-Canal Fulton. Ohio Bertha Sapp-Gilmore-Cleveland, Ohio Ichn Rice-Truck Driver-Danville, Ohio CLASS OF 1910 Letha Burris-Borden-Columbus, Ohio Frank Greer-Dentist-Loudonville, Ohio Garrett Greer-Deceased Ona Hess-Hobbs-Kenmore, Ohio Elmer Wander-Cashier-Danville, 01110 CLASS OF 1911 Florence Beatty-New York. New York Ralph Church-New Milford, Ohio lohn Durbin-Deceased 'Sli lohn 1-'aucett-Miller Rubber Co.. Akron. Ohio Nellie Geitgey-Workman-Danville. Ohio Sylvia Lepley-Simmons-Danville, Ohio Louise Payne-Levering-Mount Vernon. Ohio Duane Senit-Principal-High School--Danville. Ohio Marie Welker-Carhart-Millwood. Ohio CLASS OF 1912 Iohn Bartlett-Akron. Ohio Cleggett Baker Donovan Church,-Deceased Chalmers Cullison-Defiance. Ohio Mabel Cullison-Purdy-Mount Vernon. Ohio Hazel Dewitt-Wright-Fredericktown. Ohio Cora Edwards-Greenville. Ohio Bernadette Durbin-Danville. Ohio Clyde Ferenbaugh---Danville. Ohio Evelyn Ferenbaugh-Edgar-Danville. Ohio Grace Geitqey-Lucky- eceased Bessghl-lagans-Borden-126 California St.. Columbus. xo ,Frank Lesley-Howard. Ohio Mildred aple-Millersburg. Ohio Vivian Ross-Shaw-Teacher-Danville, Ohio Ollie Russell-Baker-Deceased lay Scholes-Danville. Ohio Homer Shatter-Alexandria. Ohio Alpha Shook-Cleveland. Ohio Owen Shuman-Teacher-Lakewood. Ohio Augustine Smithisler. Danville. Ohio Marie Tressel-Hoagland-Deceased Elizabeth Rice-Loney-Danville, Ohio CLASS OF 1913 Iohn Horn-Lumber Dealer-Hamilton, Ohio Earl Pritchard-Danville. Ohio Faye Mot:-Southwick-Deceased Art ur McMillan--Insurance Dealer--Danville. Ohio Alta Bice-Blend-Canton. Ohio Vesta Rice-Burroughs-Deceased Philip Richert-Akron. Ohio Howard Sevltts-Bookkeeper-Columbus. Ohio Clarence Shaw-Deceased Grace Shuman-Deceased Edna Stout-Koppert-Ielloway. Ohio Augustine SmithhislerfDanville. Ohio CLASS OF 1914 Roy Arweller-Farmer-Danville. Ohio Donald Baugher--Teacherf-Bellfontaine. Ohio Bernard Durbin-Surt. oi Schools--New Riegel. Ohio Iustin Durbin-Rock ard. Illinois Donna Emeriek-Colopy-Danville. Ohio Marie Fawcett-Humbertf-Canton. Ohio Iames Lepley-Cincinnati. Ohio Iames Landon-Columbus. Ohio Ralph Mc illan-Deceased Edward Mickley-Farmer--Danville. Ohio Hershel Pinklaiy-Ielloway. Ohio Iohn Proper- armer-Danville. Ohio Asa Rem ngton-Deceased Mark Sherman-Deceased Ada Swarman-Scholes-Danville. Ohio Marie ol!-Simmons-Danville. Ohio MarynWorkman-Hoagland-Danville, Ohio Edw Beatty-Deceased Dale Workman-Mount Vernon. Ohio CLASS OF 1915 Ruth Arnholt-Howenstein-Loudonville. Ohio Eva Bailey-Mount Vernon. Ohio Lucille Church-Columbus. Ohio Clarence Dewitt--Howard. Ohio Aloyslus Durbin-Mount Vernon. Ohio Ina Gamertsielder-Married-Missionary-Japan Hilda Gardner-Mickley--Danville. Ohio Zora Greer-Dailey-Mbanville. Ohio Floyd Hauger- gh School Teacher-Bryan. Ohio Naomi Hunter-Hom---Wooster. Ohio Bemice Kaylor-Bittner-Danville. Ohio Calvin Lalfever-Deceased Frank Leonard--Detroit. Michigan Ruby Maple-Married-Washington Byron Mot:-Cleveland. Ohio E win Penorwood-Deceased Walter Sapp-Engineer-Mount Vernon. Ohio Bernice Shuman- lark-Danville. Ohio Walter Smeeth-Deceased Rhea Smith-Durbin-125 N. 7th St.. Kenmore. Ohio Darius Strouse-Newcomerstown. Ohio Vema Staats-McMillan--Danville. Ohio The Clarion '56 Benjamin Wander-Columbus. Ohio Grace Welsh-Heftellinger-Mount Vernon. Ohio Dema Wheaton-Arthur-Columbus. Ohio Elizabeth Whitney-Gorsuch-Gambier, Ohio CLASS OF 1916 Velma Arweller-Paton-Akron. Ohio Emerson Barnes-Granville. Ohio Lowell Beatty-New York. New York Beatrice Dur in-Belt-Columbus. Ohio Constance Durbin-Halsema-Columbus. Ohio Ina Gaumer-Horn-Mount Vernon. Ohio I ulia Geog-Cooper-Walhondinq. Ohio Iennie Hi bets-Condon-Columbus. Ohio Hazel Hal-guns-Oliver-Columbus. Ohio Richard unter-Engineer-Memphis. Tennessee Edwin Kaylor-Columbus. Ohio Mary Kec -Scholes-Danville. Ohio Ethe Lower-Conroy-Deceased Richard Means-Salesman-Kenmore. Ohio Sadie Miller-Thompson-Danville. Ohio Grace Neiderhouser-Busenburg--Danville. Ohio Elizabeth Reed-Tucker-Danvi le. Ohio Zelma Reed-Frazer-Deceased William Sapp-Gambier. Ohio Lola Sherman-Burns--Bloomington, Indiana Martha Smithhisler-Stenograiher-Cincinnati. Ohio Clifford Strouse-Glenmont. O io Quincy Workman-Cincinnati. Ohio CLASS OF 1917 Talmgldige Banbury-Chiropractor-MounI Vernon. o Iames Barnes-Teacher-Canton. Ohio Hilary Blubaugh-Deceased Ray ross-Farmer-Danville. Ohio Cleora Christopher-Fuller-Chicago, Illinois Albert Coleman-Farmer-Danvil e. Ohio Stephen Cology-Municipal Iudge-Akron, Ohio Rosa Durbin- ineigbeceased Burdetta Gaines- ney--Mount Vernon, Ohio Carl Gardner-FarmerAl-Ioward. Ohio Vixgila Gardner-Arnold-Howard. Ohio Harold Iones-Lt. Col.. U. S. Army Iesephine Lepley-Teacher--Columbus. Ohio Ava Lifer-Gaines-Danville. Ohio Iva Petrx-Deceased Walter eynolds-Garage-Wooster. Ohio Royal Robeson-Dentist4-Canton. Ohio Pearl Ross-Teacher-Butler. Ohio Earl Sapp-Deceased Russell Sells-West Willard Shultz-4484 Euclid Ave.. Euclid. Ohio Lucy Stillinger-Deceased Mae Warrensiord-Kei!er-Covina. California Gladys Whitney-LeMay--London. Ohio Hosalie Wolf-Miami. Florida Homer Workman-Deceased Savilla Workman-Richert-Danville. Ohio CLASS OP 1918 Herbert Barnes-Mount Vernon, Ohio George Blubaugh-Deceased Dana d Church-Akron. Ohio Walter Devore-Mansfield. Ohio Donaltus Durbin-Ravenna. Ohio Edna Ernerick-Hall-Orrville. Ohio Cletus Farmer-Cleveland. Ohio Harley Gaines-Deceased Bessie Greer-Steiner-Greer, Ohio Ina I-lagan:-McGrigens-Cleveland, Ohio Rosa Hanger-Stringiellow-Mansfield. Ohio Charles Henleye-Akron. Ohio Henry Henley-Lawyer-Barberton. Ohio Roscoe Leonard-Detroit. Michigan Gaillard Parrish-Produce Dealer-Danville. Ohio Leota Sapp-Simmons-Lima. Ohio Bernard Shaffer-Auto Dealer--Danville. Ohio Elizabeth Srueethe-Reese-Howard. Ohio Ioseph Smithhisler-Farmer--Danville Gailen Strouse-Deceased Mae Warnsiord-Keiter-Akron. Ohio Helen Welker-Ross-Monticello. Indiana Virgil Whitney-Dentist-Belletontaine. Ohio Pearl Workman-Conkle-Deceased CLASS OF 1919 Clarence AwwillerAlfarmer---fFredericktown. Ohio Dwight Banburye--Mail Carrier- -Danville. Ohio Mary Durbin--Sister Mary Iustin-Detroit. Michigan Page Seventy-seven The Clarion '56 Hazel Farmer-Secretary Iohn Kaylor-Milling Business-Danville, Ohio Bernadette Lower-Wakely-San Antonio, Texas Harold MotzMTeacher-Massillon, Ohio Ruth Nyhart-Hinger-+Columbus, Ohio Martha Parsons- ussellv-Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Verna Purdy-Wendall-San Diego, California Angella Smithhisler-Sister Frances-Massillon, Ohio Mary Stillinger-Crosley-Deceased Albert Wheaton-Newark, Ohio CLASS OF 1920 Anna Colcgay-Gardner-Akron, Ohio Helen A. olopy-Deceased Maud Conkle-Srgder-Garretsville. Ohio Clyde Delong- enter Village. Ohio Gertrude Durbin-Gardner- oward, Ohio Cletus Gardner-Brinkhaven. Ohio Chelnissa Greer-Rice-Barberton. Ohio Nellie Lauderbaugh-Allen-Glen lean. West Virginia Alfred Logsdon-ADanville, Ohio Esther Logsdon-Stimmelw-Texas Nellie Magers-Deceased Susan Miller-Newton-Deceased Naomi Rice-Haskins-Deceased 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-Berger-Columbus, Ohio Lucy Perenbaugh- ayne-Wooster, Ohio Anna W. Gardner-Walters-Cleveland. Ohio Ross Hoovler-Mount Vernon. Ohio Eva Kaylor-Purdy-Howard, Ohio Dwight Liter-Turke Farm-Danville, Ohio Maurice McMi1lan4--Columbus, Ohio Ensil McNabb-Teacher-Mansfield, Ohio Ralph Mickley-Farmer-Danville, Ohio Ennl Mills-Danville. Ohio Plume Mills-Steward-Deceased Martha Parrish-Iones-Coshocton, Ohio Irene Reed-Cutnaw Edith Reed-Alexander-New Castle. Ohio Rodney Rice-Deceased Geneva Robeson-Parker-Danville, Ohio Clinton Shaw,-Ashland, Ohio Herman Shultz-Farmer-Danville, Ohio Luke Smithhisler-Mechanic-Loudonville, Ohio Iennie Stillinger-Nurse-Canton. Ohio Marilla Welker-Mickley-Danville, Ohio Susan Whitney-Danville. Ohio Clio M. Woolridge-Scott-Howard, Ohio CLASS OF 1922 Ada M. Banbury-Deceased Ralph Carverdalesman-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-Centerburg, Ohio Troynette Lower-McDonald-Akron, Ohio Leona Neiderhousar-Shafier--Danville. Ohio Coreta Rice-Dailey-Columbus, Ohio Bernard Richert-Mansfield, Ohio Harold Richard-119 Harvard Ave., Mansfield, Ohio Kenneth Ross-Insurance-Chillicothe, Ohio Frances Sapa Durbin-Doylestown, Ohio Harold Shac le-Danville. Ohio Harve Shumaker-Danville, Ohio I-'erne Ablander-Kendle-Columbus, Ohio Clifford Stillinger-Houston. Texas Raymond Stull-Ashland, Ohio Thelma Young-Lauderbaugh-Danville, Ohio CLASS OF 1923 Robert Allen-Amity, Ohio Ramona Banbury-Reber-South Bend, Indiana Ruth Beck-Church---New Philadelphia, Ohio Page Seventy-eight Lula Cochran-Nurse-Pompano Beach. Florida Nellie DeLong-Bebout--Teacherillladensburg. Ohio Ralizh Doolittle-Deceased Water Dunn-Mount Vernon, Ohio Christopher Durbin-Danville, Ohio Eugene Durbin-Akron, Ohio Eustacius Durbin-Attorney-Columbus. Ohio Ignatus Durbin-Rockford, Illinois Bernard Farmer-Draftsman-I-'airport Harbor, Ohio Albert Fenderick-Teacher-Ashland. Ohio Mabel Greer-Rick-327 Samaritan Ave., Ashland. Ohio Clara Hammond-Mickley-Louisville, Ohio Frank Hawkins-Mount Vernon, Ohio I-'arland Humbert-Grocer-Howard, Ohio Lester Hyatt-Deceased Cora Larderbaugh-Vanon-Stockton, West Virginia Penton Lclqgsdon-Clerk-Danville, Ohio William oney-Brinkhaven. Ohio Dorothy Nyhart-Severns-Greer, Ohio Herman Piar-Farmer-Greer, Ohio Myron Purdg-Millwood. Ohio Triesa Rine- ngle-Teacher-Danville, Ohio Emest Robeson-Sacramento. California Isabel Sapa-Columbus. Ohio Lawrence pp-Deceased Louise Smithhisler-Bailey-Grundy Center. Iowa Walter Stephenson--Columbus, Ohio Grover Strouse-Teacher-Amity. Ohio Orva Tisserand-Akron. Ohio loy Workman-CampbellAWadsworth, Ohio Ronald Workman-Farmer-Danville, Ohio Paul Wright-Columbus. Ohio CLASS OF 1924 Mabel Bailey-Vogel-Akron, Ohio Dorma Barker-Howard, Ohio May Beck-Danville. Ohio Eve yn Church-Tracly-Danville, Ohio Dorothy Clawson- aleen, Ohio Ruth Clawson-Anewukale-Rayland, Ohio Coreta Darling-Spurgeon-Walhonding. Ohio Ferne Fendrick-Palmer-Millersburg. Ohio Francis Gardner-Akron, Ohio Donald Grassbaugh-Accountant-Detroit, Michigan Gilbert Harmer-Wooster, Ohio Mathew Hawkins-Detroit, Michigan Iustin Henley-Columbus. Ohio Frances Kay or-I-lumbert-Howard. Ohio Ramona Koppert-Deceased Robert Logsdon-Akron. Ohio Ross Magers-Farmer-Danville. Ohio Raymond Mickley-Louisville. Ohio Coralie Neiderhouser-Mitchart-Glenmont, Ohio Ross Nyihart-Deceased Lucille eed-Doup-Martinsburg, Ohio Ephrim Rice-Butler, Ohio Floygrllice-Banker-327 Samaritan Ave, Ashland. no Iames Rice-WestinqhouseiMansiield, Ohio Iackolillobeson--High School Teacher--Mount Vernon. io Elizabeth Sapp-Nurse-New York Minard Scott-Minister-Palmyra, Ohio Glenna Shultz-Brennings-Mansfield, Ohio Carl Smith--Brakenidge. Pennsylvania Robert Stringfellow-Mount Vernon, Ohio Ina Stull-Knuckle-Cincinnati, Ohio Harry WelkergColumbus, Ohio Elsie Westrich-Columbus, Ohio Stanley Workman-Deceased Lloyd Young-Westinghousee-Mansfield, 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 Bodg-Sapp-Columbus, Ohio Elizabeth amhell-Lane-Williams. Arizona Loren Cummings-Deceased Pius Durbin-Danville. Ohio Edward FulmeriMount 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-Suits oi School-Brooksville. Ohio Cecil Hendershott- ncaster, Ohio Gladys Hendershott-Columbus, Ohio 'Iheresa Hoberg-Stringiellow-Deceased Gordon l-lumbert-Principxal-Lima, Ohio Orpha Ka lor-Miley-As land. Ohio F Elva Kirk-Bartrurn-138 Prospect St.. Berea. Ohio Laura Lauderbaugh-Reiis-Toledo. Ohio Dean Pipes-Lou onville. Ohio Doris Rice-Danville. Ohio lohn W. Rice4t. Petersburg, Florida Dorothy Sag?-Blubaugh-Danville. Ohio Edna Sapp- ce-4t. Petersburg. Florida 4 Howard Scholes-Truck Driver-Columbus. Ohio Kenneth Thatcher-Garageman - . Winnie Wheaton-Winterringer-Danville, Ohio Veronica Harlett-Stenographer-Mount Vernon. Ohio Bertha Wheaton-Lawrence-Mill-Detroit. Mich, Mary Sevitts-Hartman-Danville. Ohio Helen White-1-'ranks-Hartville. Ohio Ferne Workman-Danville. Ohio I Glenn Workman-Mount Vernon. Ohio Lamotta Workman-Deceased CLASS OF 1926 Marie Arnold-Grote:-Akron. Ohio Barnetta Banbury-Finley-North Manchester. Indiana Monica Blubaugh-Smith-Cleveland. Ohio Ralph Blubaugh-Danville. Ohio t Ral h Comell-Real Estate-Mount Vernon. Ohio Wilrard Dail -Newark. Ohio lnez Durbin- arlett-High School Teacher-Danville Ohio Ralph Durbin-Doylestown, Ohio George Hammond-Columbus. Ohio Laverne Kirk-Milling Business-Millwood. Ohio I-lervie Riley-Danvtl e. Ohio U Donna Robeson-Lederer-Cleveland. Ohio Coletta Shultz-Durbin-Danville. Ohio Michael Srnithhisler-Teacher-Danville. Ohio Ruth Stone-Teacher-Onrono. Ohio Dale Stull-Ashland. Ohio i Helen Stull-Miller-Mount Vernon. Ohio Opal Wise-Givens-Mount Vernon. Ohio Doris Worlrrnan-Metcalt-Mount Vernon. Ohio Omra Workman-Ashland. Ohio CLASS OF 1927 Cretora Battin-White-Howard. Ohio Iohn Body!-Bangs. Ohio Edna Coc ran-Srnith-Iowa Wilford Colop -Farmer-Danville. Ohio Clara Durbin-Yuma:-Columbus. Ohio Richard Durbin- nville. Ohio Severn Durbin-Bethesda. Maryland Zelma Durbin-Fry-Mount Vernon, Ohio LaVon Fowler Clifiord Gardner-New York. New York Regina Grassbaugh-Deceased A Bernice Harding- rmstrong--Danville. Ohio Margaret Harlett-Mount ernon. Ohio A Leota 1-lendershott-Casey-Oil City. Pennsylvania Claude Henlz?-Columbus. Ohio Opal Kaiser- ardesty-Anderson. South Carolina Luke Mills-Danville. Ohio Clarence Mixer-Dairy Bar-Danville. Ohio Doroth Purdy-Lynn-1905 E. lst St.. Long Beach. Caxilornia Cletus Sapp-Columbus. Ohio Paul Sheperd-Deceased . . Winiired Shepard-Hammond-Brooksvxlle. Ohio Raymond Smith -Stock Dealer-Danville. Ohio Allen White-Farmer-Danville. Ohio Bernard Workman-Teacher-Holrnesville. Ohio Donald Workman-Architect-Detroit. Mich. Glen Workman-North Canton. Ohio Vida Workman-Robeson-Teacher-Danville CLASS OF 1928 Paul Arnold-Deceased Harold Bailey-State Garage-Gambier. Ohio Iohn Baker-Millwood. Ohio Clitlord Banbury-Truck Driver-Danville. Ohio Worden Banbury-Loudonville. Ohio Florence Blubaugh-Pinan-Danville. Ohio Kathryn Black-Gebler-Butialo. New York Louie Blubauili-Danville. Ohio Ruth Blubaug -Piechowski-Canton. Ohio Ralph Body-Farmer-Danville. Ohio Otto Fesler-Danville. Ohio Ronald Gaines-Fur Dealer--Mount Vernon. Ohio Ethel Gittln-Butler-Mount Vernon. Ohio Bernice Hawk-Rice-Mansfield. Ohio Edith Harmer-Mount Vernon. Ohio The Clarion '56 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 Vernon. Ohio Ralph Mowery-Danville. Ohio Louise Parsons-Vernon-Gambier. Ohio Agatha Sapp-Secretary-Cleveland. Ohio Paul Simmons-Clerk-Ashland, Ohio Maurine Shultz-Pesler-Danville. Ohio Edward Sixers-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. Ohio Lucy Durbin-Piar-Greer. Ohio Paul Edgar-Danville. Ohio Robert Elias-Illinois Jerome Pesler-Mount Vernon. Ohio Kenneth Gaines-Mount Vernon. Ohio George Shultz-Loudonville. Ohio Ira Workman-Farmer-Danville CLASS OF 1929 Burdetta Body-Woods-Danville. Ohio Emmeretta Coloxy-Kirwin--Post Office- --Danville, Ohio Hugh Colopy- kron. Ohio t Virgil Crowthers-Cleveland. Ohio Henry Durbin-Cincinnati. Ohio Lucy Durbin-Workman-Columbus Robert Elias-Illinois Iames Fesler-Consulting Engineer at B. G W.. Barberton. Ohio Thomas Gardner-Standard Oil Dist.-Danville. Ohic Burl Green-Mansfield. Ohio Blaine Greer-Farmer-Greer. Ohio Wiltord Heaton-Cleveland. Ohio Virginia Henley:Sentt-Columbus. Ohio Vio et Loasdon- ayne-Deceased Dorothy eiderhouser-Odell-Mount Vernon, Ohio Marion Ranck-Fry-Danville. Ohio Iudson Rice-Farmer-Danville. Ohio Clarissa Sapsp-Starr-Wooster. Ohio Helen Sapp- urge!-Akron, Ohio Helen Stitz ein-Workman-Detroit. Michigan Olive Stull-Baker-Danville. Ohio Leone Switzer-Murdock-Iellowag, Ohio Hazel Thatcher-Beck-Danville. hio Naomi Winterringer-Thatcher-Warsaw, Ohio Betty Workman-Edgar-Danville. Ohio Edwin Workman- eceased CLASS OP 1930 Nanna Baker-Strouse-Millwood. Ohio Albert Banbury-Lumber Dealer-Danville. Ohio Harland Beck-Farmer-Danville. Ohio Marjorie Black-Stern-Cleveland. Ohio Augustine Blubaugh-Farmer-Danville. Ohio Harold Blubaucisli-Cleveland. Ohio Anna Durbin- onroe. Michigan Edward Durbin-Gaithersburg, Maryland Leonard Durbin-Columbus. Ohio Paul Durbin-Danville. Ohio Cletus Gardner-Accountant-Akron. Ohio Gertrude Gardner-Colopy--Danville. Ohio Gertrude Gitfin-Sharp-Loudonville. Ohio Frances Grassbaugh-Hawk-Danville. Ohio Martha Grassbaugh-Secretary-Columbus. Ohio Bonnie Green-Greer-Danville. Ohio Dwight Greer-Farmer--Danville. Ohio Ralp Heaton-Greer. Ohio Pau ine 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 Iersey lake Murdock-Danville. Ohio Ronald Richert-Mount Vernon. Ohio Clair Rice-Implement Dealer-Mount Vernon. Ohio Agnes Rine-Thuma-Stenographer-Zanesville. Ohio Lunda Robeson--Danville. Ohio Darrel Shaffer-Shreve. Ohio Grace Shultz-Lent:-Galion. Ohio Mary Stull-Welker-Kentucky George Styers-Newark. Ohio Fern Temple-Dunn-Mount Vernon. Ohio Sarah Tisserand-Snively-Danville. Ohio Page Seventy-nine The Clarion '56 Violet Temple-Kaylor-Danville, Ohio Dwight Welker-Kentucky Velma Wimmer-Carl-Ashland, Ohio Garnet Wise-Telephone Manager-Danville. Ohio Donna Workman-G asgo-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-Farmer-Danville, Ohio Owen Blubaugh-Deceased Howard Bower-Danville, Ohio Edith Colo y-Stull-Columbus, Ohio Madeline gullison-Gilmore-Millwood, Ohio Kenneth Daily--Greensville, South Carolina Charles Drake-Danville, Ohio Agnes Durbin-Harlett-Danville, Ohio Arthur Durbin-Danville, Ohio Carl Durbin-Gaithersburg, Maryland Kenneth Durbin-Danville, Ohio Howard Edgar-Mansfield. Ohio Mary Fesler-Banbury-Danville, Ohio Naomi Fesler-Beach-Mount Vernon, Ohio Mildred Greer-Greer, Ohio Susan Heaton-Greer-Greer, Ohio Zuma I-lochstetler-Cline-Danville. Ohio Florence Holbrook-I-'uiiner-Danville, Ohio Robert Kaylor-Mount Vernon, Ohio Violet May Kaylor-Baugher-Danville, Ohio Eleanor Lyons-:lice-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 lohn Shulls--Howard, Ohio Edna Smith-Spearman-Danville, Ohio Margaret Smith-Chadil-Danville. Ohio Donald Snivegy-Danville, Ohio Lotus Snow- nglish Professor-Albion College, Albion, Mich. Robert Spearman-Danville, Ohio Alice Tisserand-Patterson-Warsaw, Ohio Robert Walters-Teacher-Coshocton, Ohio Iva 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 Germanus Colopy-Electrician-Zanesville, Ohio Eugene Durbin-Columbus, Ohio Neva Durbin-Danville. Ohio Harris Farmer-Los Angeles, Calilomia Louis Gardner-Farmer-Howard, Ohio Evelyn Gardner-Singer-Warsaw, Ohio Marguerite Gardner-Durbin-Akron, Ohio Florence Green-Shaffer-Alexandria. Ohio Virginia Hardman-Oswalt-Ielloway, Ohio Glenn Hiner-Loudonville, Ohio Laysel Hochstetler-Instructor-Arkansas Agr. College Samuel olt-Danville. Ohio Loraine Horn-Farmer-Danville, Ohio Opal Kcglor-Mizer-Danville, Ohio Lenore iller-Riley-Danville, Ohio lohn Neiderhouser-Danville, Ohio Ralph Rice-Implement Dealer-Mount Vernon, Ohio Marthella Shaw-Shaw-Los Angeles, California Frances Smith-Hauger-Howard, Ohio Eileen Stout-High School Teacher-Manslield, Ohio George Watson-Engineer-Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Glenn Wharton-U. S. Army Marjorie White-Legley-Mount Vernon, Ohio I-larry Workman- armer-Danville, Ohio CLASS OF 1933 Ethel Arnold-Receptionist-Danville, Ohio Myra Arnold-Fowler-Coshocton, Ohio Page Eighty Donald Awwiller-Mount Vernon. Ohio Charles Boeshart-Mount Vernon. Ohio Laura Bower-Thorn-Butler. Ohio Rosamond Buris-Nurse-Middletown, Ohio Carl Derr-Ielloway, Ohio Ruth Dunn-Sleeman-Fredericktown. Ohio Ichn Durbin-Akron, Ohio Mary Durbin-Blubaugh-Danville, 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-Wareman-Columbus, Ohio Kathleen l-lendershott-Danville, Ohio Edwin Lyons--Danville, Ohio Edna Mapes-Stenogragher- Mount Vernon. Ohio Olive Mil er-Grassbaug -Deceased Claude Mizer-Farmer-Danville, Ohio Russel Nyhart-Farmer-Danville, Ohio Lee Pore-Mansiield, Ohio Marcella Robeson-Teacher-Columbus, Ohio Florence Sapg-Stenographer-Columbus, Ohio Neva Sapp- eceased Carl Smith-Tree Surgeon-Warren, Ohio Irene Walker-Gambier, Ohio Evelyn White-Kiracote-Sidney. Ohio Eldon Workman-Farmer-Danville, Ohio CLASS OF 1834 Clare Arnold-Smith-Akron. Ohio Joseph Baker-Danville, Ohio Lyda Campbell-Carpenter-Danville, Ohio Bernard Colopy-Danville. Ohio Joseph Cross-Mortician-Columbus, Ohio Letha Crouthers-Bowers-Glenmont. Ohio Audrey Drake--Deceased Mary rank-Greeley, Colorado Leola Gessling-Zody-Perrgsvllle. Ohio Clyde Green-Mansfield, hio Oral Hall-Loudonville, Ohio Dale Hammond-Grocer-Danville, Ohio Lucille Heaion-Hess-Cloverdale. Michigan Lawrence Loney-Canton, Ohio Mae Lyons-Durbin-Danville, 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 Prlyor-Flxible-Loudonville. Ohio Charles ice-'Atlantic City, New Jersey Carl Shultz-Deceased Richard Shultz-Cincinnati, Ohio Catherine Smith-Shorder-Akron, Ohio Benjamin Struble-Cleveland. 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-Liler-Ielloway, Ohio CLASS OF 1935 Kathleen Awwiller-Waters-Blissiield, Ohio Rowena Awwiller-Workman-Danville, Ohio Geraldine Banbury-Sellers-Loudonville. Ohio Catherine Blubaugh-Good-Circleville, Ohio Alfred Blubaugh-Brinkhaven, Ohio Eloise Blubaugh-Grassbaugh-Danville, Ohio Carl Boeshart-Danville, Ohio Bette Bradtield-Porter-Mount Vernon, Ohio Edna Butler-Mount Vernon, Ohio Ruth Colopy-Blubaugh-Danville, Ohio Frank Cross-Cleveland, Ohio Bernice Dial-McMahon-Mount Vernon, Ohio Kenneth Dunn-Minister-Indiana Wendell Edgar-New York, New York Gertrude Fesler-Danville, Ohio David Frank-Loudonville, Ohio Maxine Humphrey-Broodhurst-Akron, Ohio Everagl Kanuckel-Implement Dealer-Danville. io Genevieve Kaylor-Mavis-Danville. Ohio Gladys Lightner . Mildred Loney-Bell-Akron, Ohio: Kenneth tybarger-Deceased Iohn Mic ey-Mount Vernon, Ohio Banbur Miller-Deceased Eileen Murph -Mizer-Danville. Ohio Lucille Rice-Niandron-Mount Vernon. Ohio Leo Smith-Akron. Ohio . Blaine StumbaughfCosh::cton, Ohio Q Ruth Stumbauqh-Pollard-Loudonville, Ohio Rita Weber-Shaw--Coshocton. Ohio Ruby Winterrinqer-Leedy-Danville. Ohio Eula Mae Workman-Grand. Illinois CLASS OF 1936 Lawrence Adams-Mount Vernon. Ohio Dean Awwiller-Danville. Ohio I Virginia Arnholt-CutlerA-Cleveland. Ohio Mabel Banbury-Mixer-Danville. Ohio Wa ne Banbury-Deceased Evelyn Blubauqh-Shultz-Danville. Ohio lose h Blubaugh-Deceased Gladays Campbell-Stumbaugh-VCoshocton. Ohio Mildred Colopy-Tulloss-New York Royal Critchlield-Zanesville. Ohio Leeola Dong:--Cleveland. Ohio Lois Dunn- aniels-Jelloway. Ohio George Durbin-Columbus. Ohio Mary Durbin-St. Hilaire-Oregon Theodore Prank-Danville. Ohio Eugene Fulmer-Mount Vernon, Ohio John Gardner-Mount Vernon. Ohio Lena Grassbaugh-Esposito-New York. New York Raymond Green--Mansfield, Ohio Evan 1-Iochstetler-Mount Vernon. Ohio ' Charlotte Humghrey-Brumbaugh-Brinkhaven. Ohio James Jones- rinkhaven. Ohio - Harc.gdrKanuckle'-Implement Dealerd-Danville. io Bill Leverinq-Mount Vernon. Ohio - Daniel Lightner-Clerk-Mansfield. Ohio Harley Mixer-Farmer-Danville. Ohio i Annabelle Mot:-Reuhling-Danville. Ohio James Murphy- . l Dorothy Osgood-Alexander-Mansfield. Ohio Lenore Rice-Teacher- Franklin Richert-Mount Vernon. Ohio Pearl Ridenbauqh-Conkle-Mount Vemon. Ohio Robert Robison-Mount Vernon. Ohio' William Sheasby-Mount Vernon. Ohio William Shultz,-Greer. Ohio John Smith--Deceased . Q Ruth Snow-Holdren-Teacher-Danville. Ohio Joseph Strausbauqh-Farmer-Glenmont. Ohio Elizabeth Strouse-Overmyer-Brinkhaven. Ohio Maxine Styer-Clyde-Mount Vernon. Ohio Ralph Truex-Danville. Ohio Blanche '1'uckerwDanville. Ohio Ruth Wander-Anderson-Killbuck. Ohio Juanita Workman-Mount Vernon. Ohio Robert Workman-Farmer-Danville. Ohio CLASS OF 1937 Thomas Bebout-Walhonding. Ohio Ruth Bilyeu-Huston-Bellaire. Ohio Raymond BoeshartMDanville, Ohio John Coggins-Fredericktown. Ohio Joe Colopy-Deceased Aleta Doup-Kirkpatrick-Mt. Liberty. Ohio Paul Durbin--Deceased Maxine Florence-Gibbsfn Seattle. Washington Martha Hawk-Staats-Danville. Ohio Anna Holbrook-Baileywlioward. Ohio Twyla Horn-Roberts-Danville. Ohio Ronald Kaglor-Teacher-Canton. Ohio Ruth Kerr- lubauqh-Cleveland, Ohio Myra Lower-Miller+Danville. Ohio Sarah Mapes-Danville. Ohio Jack McClary-Columbus. Ohio Mildred Nyhart-Workman-Danville. Ohio Eileen Mitchel-Sister Joan oi ArchfOssurinq, N. Y. Nina Parsons-Pembrook-Mount Vernon. Ohio Marg Rice-Simmons-Columbus. Ohio Ralp Sapp-Danville. Ohio Clarence Shultz-Farmer-Danville. Ohio Bill Simmons-Columbus. Ohio Rita Shuman-Robinsonelillount Vernon, Ohio Frank Statler-4Perrisville. Ohio Bette Swigert-eCler 'Columbus Ohio Kathleen ummers-Kacyzinske-Chicaqo. Illinois Henry Weber-Mount Vernon. Ohio Wava Workman-Hammond. Danville. Ohio Darwin Young-Mansfield. Ohio Leota Workman-Pribble-Loudonville. Ohio The Clarion CLASS OF 1938 Julia Adrian-Bruning-Cleveland. Ohio Madonna Banbury-Mumper-Mount Vernon. Ohio Paul Banbury--Danville. Ohio Frederick Body-Teacher-Amity. Ohio William Boeshart--Garner. Iowa Oran Chapman-Brinkhuven. Ohio Donald Colopy-Mount Vernon. Ohio Dorothy ColopB-I-Iarriqal-Akron. Ohio John Colopr- anville. Ohio Bernard Di e-Santa Monica. Caliiornia Rita Durbin-Mount Vernon. Ohio Ronald Farquhar-Loudonville. Ohio Lucile I-'esler-Young-Mansiield. Ohio Raymond Frank-Danville. Ohio Ruth Frasher-Altwise-Florida Maurice Gessling-Mansfield. Ohio Elaine Hill-Hamlin-Mansfield. Ohio Charles HuHmanYDeceased Quentine Lannini-Mount Vernon. Ohio Suimbgahach- rinkhaven. Ohio edra cMillan-Mansiield. Ohio Roger Miller--Perrssville. Ohio Edward Mickley- anville. Ohio Virginia Miller-Mount Vernon, Ohio Ralph Mixer-Danville. Ohio Robert MorelandWDanville. 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 Byers Shaw-4urgeon-Washington C. H. artha Shaw-Bebout-Mount Vernon. Ohio Raymond Shultz-Greer. Ohio Art ur Smith-Akron. Ohio I Theodore Smith-Danville. Ohio Wendell Spearman-Danville. Ohio Lucille Strang-Pagne-Washington D. C. Betty Thompson- allion-Danville. Ohio Martin Thorp-Danville. Ohio . George Weber-Mount Vernon. Ohio Glenn Weber-North Canton. Ohio Annabelle Workman-Danville. Ohio D Eleanor Workman-Ransburq-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 D Dorothg Blubauqh-Hgqins-Howard. Ohio Betty ilggu-Truex- anville. Ohio John Blu ugh-Circleville. Ohio Marion Blubauqh-Harris-Texas Cletus Boeshart-Physician-St. Louis, Missouri Helen Breaker-Weber-Danville. Ohio Doris Butts-Christopher-Marietta. Ohio Luella Clark-Bertch-Brinkhaven. Ohio Anna Coleman-l-lively-Danville. Ohio Francis DeMyor--Ca iiornia Marjorie Dennis-Nyhart'-Danville. Ohio Robert Prank-Loudonville. Ohio Clarence Gaumer-Mount Vernon. Ohio Iames Hagans-Danville. Ohio Glenn Hawkins-Mount Vernon. Ohio Evelyn Hoagland-Stackler--Danville. Ohio Alva Hoover-Danville. Ohio Eddie Jones-Brinkhaven. Ohio Mildred Kaylor-Hunter-Brandon. Ohio Virginia McDougal-Hoover-Danville. Ohio Joseph Mickley-Danville Bank-Danville. Ohio Florence Miller-Gaul!-Detroit, Michigan James Miller-Columbus. Ohio Robert Mot:-Danville. Ohio Marg:-ie Neiderhouser-Gueulette-Mount Vernon. io Josephine Rice-Wolfe-'Mount Vernon. Ohio Barbara Rice-Wolfe-Mount Vernon. Ohio Eileen Richert-Mosher-Danville. Ohio Eva Robinson-Green-Mansfield. Ohio Wanda Rush-Rahn--New Castle, Ohio Molly Senft-Gooding-Mount Vernon. Ohio Laken Staats-Howard. Ohio Dorothy Stumbauqh-Gardnere--Mount Vernon. Ohio Donald Thorp-Danville. Ohio Velma Turney-Comelius-Mount Vernon. Ohio Joseph Waters-U. S. Army Bernard Weber-Deceased Page Eighty one The Clarion '56 Ina Ioe Wheeler-Norton-Wheeling, West Virginia Byron Workman-Carpenter -Danville, Ohio Pauline Workman-Conrad--Loudonville. Ohio CLASS OP 1940 Robert Alexander-Mount Vernon. Ohio Lillian Bauwilger-Carskadau-Cincinnati, Ohio Maxine Blu ugh-Washington Otto Blubaugh-Danville, Ohio Pauline Blubaucillx-Gardnerfl-loward. Ohio Dorothg Brooks- oore-Akron, Ohio Doris rocks-Zimmerman-Iewett. Ohio Betty Charlton-Iacobs---Mount Vernon, Ohio Mary Clark-Elliot-Brinkhaven. Ohio Arnold Cology-Danville, Ohio Mary Davis- echtel-Ankenytown, Ohio Edna Didinqer-Sheldon-Danville. Ohio Marian Gessling-Edgar-Mansfield, Ohio Martha Greer-Staats-Danville, Ohio Bill I-laqans-Danville, Ohio Mary Alice Hammond-AdelsberqerwDanvil1e. O Emest Kidwell-Delaware, Ohio Rose Marie Lower-Bennett-Akron, Ohio Dale McClain-Missionary-China Ioseph McMillan-Mount Vernon, Ohio Helen Mickley-Thorpibanville, Ohio Billy Miller-Loudonville, Ohio Harold Miller-Loudonville. Ohio Wesley Miller-Danville, Ohio Maxine Mitchell-Irvine-Mount Vernon. Ohio William Senit-Bladensburg, Ohio Kenneth Shaw-Farmer-Danville, Ohio Charles Shultz-Mount Vernon. Ohio Bessie Strong-Heimberger-Loudonville, Ohio Ned Staats-Danville, Ohio Iames Stranq-Loundonville, Ohio Walter Temple-Loudonville, Ohio Bethel Thompson-Wells-Oakland, California lames Troyer-Buckeye Lake, Ohio lean Wander-Collins-Colorado Clara Weber-Woli-Mount Vernon, Ohio Bonnie White-Lgnch-New York Faith Whitney- eeder-Danville, Ohio CLASS OF 1941 Dorothy Banbury-Sellers-Mount Vernon, Ohio L?ephdBgubalt:gh--lganville, 8:0 war oes art- anvi e, 'o Ruth Buxton-Derrinberger-Loudonville, Ohio Robert Chaliant-Mount Vernon, Ohio William Chaliant-Mount Vernon, Ohio Il1usselBCly-lilllt. tlilopek Idaho Oh ene avis- re eric town, io Barbara Durbin-Place-Wapalroneta. Ohio Clydle Heatian-Navy Yard-Philadelphia. enns vania Karlene H51-Doup--Fredericktown, Ohio Sara lane Iones-Brinkhaven. Ohio Bessie Iurgens-Mansfield, Ohio Helen Kanuckle-Spunieon-Danville, Ohio William Martin-Brin haven, Ohio anna lsicgtgn-Moareggr-Dgigville, Ohio alph c i an- r na, io Mary Louise Mickley-Boesharb eDanvi1le, Ohio Douglas Millerw-Col eqe, Ft. Wayne, Indiana lane Mills-Siuclair--Youngstown, Ohio Robert Mizer-Danville, Ohio Ruth Rice-Hull-Howard. Ohio Tyrus Rice-Danville, Ohio Betty Robinson-Mansfield, Ohio Alice Schaub-Carter-Greer, Ohio Martha Scholes-McMillan-Urbana, Ohio lean Sentt-Secretary-Dayton, Ohio Kathryn Smith-Lloyd-Danville. Ohio lsel:nethsSt3:urbci?onl:DgcFasid oh' emar m ug - oum us, io Eva Ternple-Clements--Mansfield, Ohio lames Thompson-Danville, Ohio Paul Thomizson-Mount Vernon, Ohio Ioseph Wil iams-Mansfield, Ohio CLASS OF 1942 George Adrian-U. S. Army lim lexander+Mount Vernon, Ohio Don Amholt-Mount Vernon. Ohio Bethel Baker-Mcl-'arland-Killbuck, Ohio Harriet Banbury-Webster-Columbus, Ohio Ralrh Banbury--U. S. Army Dic Banbury-Danville, Ohio Rilla Banbury-Swain-Mount Vernon, Ohio Bill Baugher-Colorado Page Eighty-two hlo Dan Beeman-Deceased Margie Butler-Mackey-Greer. Ohio Louise Breckler-Weber-Mount Vernon, Ohio Eileen Breckler-Thompson-Danville, Ohio Don Butts-Danville, Ohio Florence Cology-Heldenbrand-Mansfield. Ohio Walter Cly- anville, Ohio Evelyn Conkle-Branyon-Cleveland. Oh'o Rev. Clement Durbin-Christ the King Church - Columbus, Ohio lim Elliott-Danville, Ohio Clarence Frasher-Huron, Ohio Marcella Greer-Bross-Danville. Ohio Evelyn Banbury-I-lughett-Danville, Ohio Floyd Kirk-Mi lwood, Ohio Ear Lauqhrey-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 Jack Parrish-Dentist-Columbus, Ohio Anna Oiler-Cleveland, Ohio Mary Sheasbg-Troyer-Buckeye Lake, Ohio Louise Smith- iehl-Mansfield, Ohio Teresa Thatcher-Utica, Ohio Iack Thatcher-Brinkhaven, Ohio Harold Ventlin -Columbus, Ohio Paul Weber-ganton, Ohio Ruth Workrnan-Linqenielter-Loudonville. Ohio Merrill Hochstetler-Danville, Ohio Kenneth I-lendershott-Brinkhaven. Ohio Ethel Strung-Loudonville, Ohio CLASS OF 1943 Margene Awwiller-Mount Vernon, Ohio Dwigsi Banbury-Ohio Power Company-Danville o James Blubauqh-Danville, Ohio Leonard Blubaugh-Danville, Ohio Icmes Bross-Electrician-Danville, Ohio Mildred Cline-Hyatt-Stillwell, Ohio Hazel Cly-Wantland-Deceased Carl Colopy-Columbus, Ohio Myron l-'arquhar--Greer, Ohio Clyde Ferenbauqh-Millwood, Ohio De mar I-'rank-Wooster, Ohio Willard Gauxner-Loudonville, Ohio Donna Gessling-Yovoshek-Mansiield, Ohio Clayton Hagans-Mount Vernon, Ohio Melvin Huffman-Wooster, Ohio Harry Kaylor-Danville, Ohio Haze Kidwell-Gatrell-iEast Point. Georgia Iames Mavis-Bowling Green University, Bowling Green, Ohio Robert Mickleg-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 Stranq-Martin-Nashville, Ohio Iessie Senit-A. P. O., New York Cosmas Smith-Danville, Ohio Tressie Summers-Cox-Dayton, Ohio Burl Thompson-Millwood, Ohio Norma lean Troher-Sheldon-Brinkhaven, Ohio Marvin Tracy- anstield, Ohio lean Ventling-Hubbell-Danville, Ohio Roy Wander-Columbus. Ohio Donald Wheeler-Chinalalre, California Donna Workman-Tucker-Bangs, Ohio Mona Workman-Florence-Texas Patty Workman-Cleveland. Ohio Donis Wyatt-Snyder-Dayton, Ohio CLASS OF 1944 Mable Arnholt-Rohrbaugh-Loudonville. Ohio Mariorie Blubauegh-Selby-Deceased Luci le Boeshart- ross-Gambier, Ohio Glenn Bowman-Danville, Ohio Louis Butts-Mount Vernon. Ohio Leo Cololoy-Zanesville, Ohio Dick Dai y-Danville, Ohio Bob Dennis-Columbus, Ohio Marilla Ferenbaugh-Thorg-Belleville, Ohio Nelson Klein-F.B.I. Was inqton, D. C Ralph Lloyd-Mount Vernon, Ohio Paul Mickley-Danville, Ohio A 2-vw ' Dick Miller-Loudonville, Ohio Sara Miller-Hair-Denver. Colorado Robert Parker--Iameston, Ohio Martha Parrish-Merrill-.-Bryan. Ohio Marvilaret Schaub-Wheeler4Caliiornia Mart a Shafler-TeacherAMount Vernon, Ohio lris Shatter-Mohs-Cincinnati. Ohio Florence Shaw-Kostochryz-Cleveland, Ohio Iune Shaw-Bush-fMount Vernon, Ohio Doris Sheasby-Silver Springs, Maryland Bob Simmons-Danville. Ohio Helen Steiner-Wigton-Shreve, Ohio Betty Stumbaugh-Mowery-Greer, Ohio Donald Thomgson-Mount Vernon, Ohio Betty Tieche- reckler-Danville, Ohio Mary Weber-Danville. Ohio Sam Workman-Architect-Cleveland. Ohio CLASS OF 1945 Ralph BallA'l'eacher-Danville. Ohio Helen Blubaugh-Cotton!Colorado Dick Blubaug -Mount Vernon. Ohio Mary Durbin-Blubaugh-Danville, Ohio Clovis Frank-Minister--Cincinnati. Ohio Frank Gesslingi-Mansfield, Ohio locelyn Greer- cFadden--Greer. Ohio Norma I-laglans-Bible School-Cincinnati. Ohio Helen Mee an-Hawkins-Brinkhaven. Ohio Erma Mixer-Sweet-Danville, Ohio Lola Jones-Mullet-Glenrnont, Ohio Rondale Pritchard-Danville. Ohio Marguerite Ridghelway-Kaylor-Danville, Ohio Bernard Sapfr- ount Vernon. Ohio Grace Sapp- emple-Loudonville. Ohio Dorothy Smith-Ridenbau h-Mount Vernon, Ohio Dick Tracy-Millwood, ghio Fred Rice-Mansfield. Ohio Victoria Workman-Wander-Columbus. Ohio CLASS OF 1946 Virgil Adrian-Danville, Ohio Gerene Allen--Columbus, Ohio Paul Arweller-Danville. Ohio Alired Blubaugh-U. S. Army Pauline Butler-Shaw-Brinkhaven. Ioan Colopy-Cleveland. Ohio Ohio Margie Colopy-Samples-Danville. Ohio Francis Croston-Maile-Zanesville, Luella Darr-Hochstetlervbanville, Howard Drake-Danville. Ohio Ohio Ohio Woneta Dunn-Chevuront--Mount Vernon. Ioleph I-lauger-Danville, Ohio Richard Klein-Columbus. Ohio Betty Laughrlel-Crider--Howard. Ohio Ellen Lesley- artin-Brinkhaven, Ohio Helen Lesle -Elliott-Danville. Ohio Ohio Betty Lou llartin-Secretarg-Mount Vernon. Ohio Rodney Mickley-Farmerw anville. Ohio Donal Mickley--Farmer--Danville. Ohio Pauline Mickley-ClarkAMount Vernon. Ohio Encil Mills-Feed Dealer-Danville, Ohio George Mullet-Shellmar-Mount Vernon, Ohio Mary Shatter-Kirk-Millwood, Ohio Charles Shaw-Brinkhaven, Ohio Gene Smith-Danville. Ohio William Stitzlein-I-'armer-Glenmont. Ohio larnes Meehan-Brinkhaven. Ohio Lyman Workman-Deceased Harold White--Utica. Ohio Dorothy Walters-Mount Vernon, Ohio CLASS OF 1947 Edna Banbury-Reed-Hamilton, Ohio Margery Beeman-BriggsWColumbus. Ohio Dick Brumbaugh-Akron, Ohio Robert Cline--Brinkhaven, Ohio Della Colopg-Shira-Mount Vernon. Ohio Imogene Di inger-Rettig-Danville. Ohio Nancy Elliott-Columbus, Ohio Myron Frank-Caliiornia Coreta Frasher-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-Kentucky Kenneth Mickley-Mount Vernon. Ohio Carolyn Nyhart-Metcalf-Mount Vernon, Ohio Gwendolyn O'Donnell-Fargo-Newark. Ohio The Clarion '56 Eva Stull-Wenger-Danville. Ohio Thelma Peterson-Toledo, Ohio Eugene Rice-Danville, Ohio Gene Shackle---Canton, Ohio Elva Shultz-BixlerALoudonville. Ohio Dorothy Snow-BailesYOrrvi1le, Ohio Dorothy, Summers-Scottie-Mount Vernon, Ohio Patty hite-Groseclose-Danville, Ohio Eddie Workman-U. S. Army CLASS OF 1948 Loren Banbury-Danville. Ohio Raymond Blubaugh-Colorado Anthony Boeshart-Danville, Ohio Betty Burke-SandACenterburg. Ohio Marie Butts-Mercy Hospital-Mount Vernon, Ohio Dale Campbell-Danville, Ohio George Chapman-Danville, Ohio Louise Cline-Bgwaters-AMount Vernon. Ohio Earl Colopy- anville. Ohio Wayne Crider-Mount Vernon. Ohio Iune Conkle-U. S. Arm! Sam Durbin---St. Mary's eminary-Cincinnati, Ohio Harry Dunn-Danville, Ohio lean Gessling-Holt-Loudonville. Ohio Vonetta Landis-Sheasby-Danville, Ohio Loretta Long-Boeshart-Danville. Ohio Lillian Kay or-Strouse-Glenmont, Ohio Sam McMi lan--Ashland College. Ashland. Ohio David Meehan--Army Air Corps Jessie Mickl?-Mansfield. Ohio lim Mullet- anton, Ohio Marilyn O'Donnell-Alspach--Houston, Texas Lawrence Payne-Danville, Ohio Harold Rhodes-Glenmont, Ohio Marrietta Rice-Shultz-Greer. Ohio Richard Sapp-Walhondinq. Ohio Dan Sheasby-Danville, Ohio Neil Staats--Farmer-Danville. Ohio Wayne Sturnbaugh-Greer. Ohio lim Tracy-Mansfield, Ohio LeRou,Workman--Danville, Ohio Roy alters--Danville. Ohio CLASS OF 1949 Carol Adrain-Coterill-El Paso. Texas Bernard Banbury-Mount Vernon, Ohio Tommy Banbury-Denison University-Granville. Ohio DorothE Barnes-Thomgson-Danville, Ohio Peggy ell-Farmer- reer. Ohio Martha Bittner-Home Demst. Agent-Delaware, Ohio Charles Brown-U. S. Army Glen Colopy-U. S. Air Force Larry Colony--Danville. Ohio Walter Durbin-Danville. Ohio lames Elliot-Brinkhaven, Ohio Ethel Farmer-Brent-N '--e-Columbus. Ohio Iris Gardner-Akins-Mansfield. Ohio Betty Hawkins-Laughrey-Howard, Ohio Roberta Hill-Musagave--U. S. Armv Harrietta Landis- lemon-Mount Vernon, Ohio Iames Logston-Brinkhaven, Ohio Vernita Long-Mellor-Danville. Ohio Vernon Martin-Danville. Ohio Roy Mwrs-U. S. Army He en yhart-Kaylor--Danville, Ohio Ellen Handles-Pigman-Nellie. Ohio Caroline Sapp-Piar-Mount Vernon, Ohio Gwendolyn Smith-Beautician-Akron, Ohio Edna Taylor-Henwood-Howard. Ohio Leona Tagxor-Mount Vernon. Ohio Barbara orp-Durbin-Danville. Ohio Patty 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 Bross-U. S. Army4Greece Charles ClipseAMount Vernon, Ohio Robert Durbin-Danville. Ohio Lucy Durbin-Koeble-Mount Vernon, Ohio Marqretta Parmer-Wilson-- Danville, Ohio Iames 1-Iains-Danville. Ohio Iuanita Hains-Pritcharde-Danville. Ohio Barbara Huggins-Mount Vernon. Ohio Margaret Kidwell-Stambaugh-Mount Vernon, Ohio Gretchen Lusby-Mansfield, Ohio Page Eighty-three The Clarion ,56 Iosephine Lgbarger-Blue-Danville, Ohio William Mc innis-U. S. Army I William Miclrley-Farmer--Danville, Ohio Doroth Mickle Cologygbanville, Ohio Clyde Yllyers-6. S. ir Force-California Mary Myers-Burgett-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 Barnes-Ashland, Ohio Eva Bowers-Mount Vernon, Ohio Martha Calkins-Butler-Danville, Ohio Dorothy Chapman-Bagent--Glenmont, Ohio Nancy Colofwy-Hamm-Danville, Ohio Iames B. C ine-Brinkhaven, Ohio Iames S. Cline-Ieromesville, Ohio Gary Didinger-Danville, Ohio Charles Durbin-Danville, Ohio Twlla Fembauqh-Colopy-Howard, Ohio Wayne I-'ranks-Danville, Ohio Helen Frazier-Danville, Ohio Ted Gardner-Brinkhaven, Ohio Glen Hauger-Danville, Ohio Carl Lesle -U. S Navy Marcina ltXcDonald-Clerk-Mount Vernon. Ohio Martha McMillian-Teacher-Mount Vernon, Ohio Glen Mickle -Farm r-D I y e anville, Ohio Robert Miller-L. K. Diner-Mount Vernon, Ohio Annabelle Peterson-Martin-Detroit, Michigan Helen Pi man-M han-Fl 'd q ee on a Arthur Pritchard-Danville, Ohio Donald Hidqewa -Driller-Danville, Ohio Thomas Sapp-If S. Army Joanne Sevitts-Mount Vernon, Ohio Carrol B. Shultz-Danville, Ohio Helen Voss-Greer, Ohio Rosalie Walters-Mount Vernon, Ohio Zane Wilson-Danville, Ohio Eric Winterhalter-Danville, Ohio William McMillian-Farmer-Danville, Ohio Blaine Workman-Danville, Ohio Shirley Workman-Brownell-Danville, Ohio Evelyn Zimmerman-Nommay-Glenmont. Ohio CLASS OF 1952 Eldon Antill-U. S. Navy Kenneth Armstrong-Danville, Ohio Shirley Baker-Wilson-Danville, Ohio Delores Colo acl: on PY-I s -Greece Mary lo Durbin-Nursing Mt. Caramel I-Iosp.tal Columbus, Ohio Robert Edgar-Syracuse University-Syracuse, N. Y. Velta Elksnis-Sulcs-Clerk Charles Farmer-Timkens-Newark, Ohio Thomas Finan-U. S. Army Mary Agnes Harlett-Mount Vernon, Ohio Bonnie Hartman-Miller-Danville, Ohio Annabelle Hoyman-Perenbauqh-Danville. Ohio Gail Laughery-Danville, Ohio Katheryn Liter-Capital University-Columbus, Ohio Robert L barqer-Mount Vernon, Ohio Herman xtlann-Shellmar-Mount Vernon, Ohio Margie McGinnis-Bell-Mount Vernon, Ohio William Miller-Danville, Ohio Ianice Mumper-Barnes-Ashland, Ohio Russell Myers-Lazarus-Columbus, Ohio Irene Miclrley-Secretary-Danville. Ohio Hagzh Phillips--U. S. Air Force Ne ra Payne-Wears-Mount Vernon, Ohio Iames Handles--Nellie. Ohio Mary Sue Rice-Dawson-Danville, Ohio Charles Schaub-Danville, Ohio Lloyd Sheasby-Danville, Ohio Alice Smith-Laughrey-Danville. Ohio Hazel Steiner-Cline-Greer. Ohio Margaret Strinqtellow-Mount Vernon, Page Eighfy-four Ohio Martha Stringiellow-Mann--Accountant--Mount Vernon, Ohio Carroll Stull--Danville, Ohio Naomi Summers-Miller-Danville, Ohio Betty Switzer-Bookkeeper-Ashland, Ohio Christopher Tracy-Danville, Ohio Iva Mae Turneyl-Payne-MDanville, Ohio David Vander ooven-Brinkhaven, Ohio Norma Iean Zimmerman-LaugheryhDanville, Ohio CLASS OF 1953 Marlene Armstrong-Colorado Betty Akins-Mansfield, Ohio Leonard Bell-Dayton. Ohio Ruth Ann Brown-Business School- Columbus, Ohio Goldie Chapman-Paazig-Mount Vernon, Ohio Robert Cline-U. S. Army lohn Colopy--U. S. Army Mary Louise Colopy-Kick-Lakeville, Ohio Thomas Colopy-Mount Vernon, Ohio Joanne Durbin-Danville. Ohio William Dye-U. S. Army Ianet Fesler-Sapp-Danville, Ohio Ianetta I-Iains-Ryan-Mount Vernon, Ohio Lunetta Hains-Schaub-Danville. Ohio Ianice Hoagland-Graham-Danville Ioyce Landis--Detroit, Mich. David McConnell-North Manchester. lnd'a1a Phyllis McMillan-Foote-Fredericlrtown. Ohio Ruth Ann Mickley-Dayton, Ohio Elsie May Mickley-Danville, Ohio Flo d Miokley-Danville, Ohio Eveylyn Morris-Sweet-Mount Vernon, Ohio Merwyn Mullet-Mount Vernon. Ohio Iuris Murnieks-New York Ausma Podnieks-Franks-Danville, Ohio Ioseph Proper-U. S. Navy-Washington, D. C. Walter Rice-Howard, Ohio Iames 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 Iudi Wolfe--Miahi University Harmon White-U. S. Navy CLASS OF 1954 Joanne Banbury-Richards--Danville, Ohio Marign BaugheriColurnbus. Ohio Dois ody-Sheasby-Danvi1le,Ohio Sara Conkle-Ridgway-Danville, Ohio Cameron Drake-St. Petersburg, Florida Helen Durbin-Miller-Danville, Ohio Nancy Durbin-Banbury-Danville, Ohio Iames Emmert-U. S. Army Kathleen Finan-Kent College-Kent, Ohio Charles Fox-U. S. Army Harold Frank-Capitol University-Colurnbus, Ohio Thomas Gardner-Danville, Ohio Larry Greer-Ohio University-Athens, Ohio Faun Hains-Parker-Mount ernon, Ohio Fern Hains-Danville, Ohio Donald Lauqhrey-Danville, Ohio David Liier-Capitol University-Columbus, Ohio Dorogily Lybarger-Cooper-Bessemer-Mount Vernon 10 Lee McConnell-Cincinnati University, Cincinnati. O. Earl Mickley-U. S. Army Ioyce Mickley-Summers-Danville, Ohio Charles Miller-Danville. Ohio Warren Myers-Columbus, Ohio Conard Nyhart-U. S. Army Paul O'Donnell-Ohio University-Athens, Ohio I ean Schisler-Rice-Howard, Ohio Ruth Shultz-Mount Vernon, Ohio Karol Sloan-Simpson-Danville, Ohio Nola Smail-Kent College-Kent, Ohio Conard Treen-Ohio University-Athens, Ohio Joseph Weber-Carpenter-North Canton, Ohio Eugene Woods-Bliss Business School--Columbus, O Darlene Workman-Stull-Danville, Ohio -Nw CLASSOF 1955 Ivo Bunbury-Ashland. Ohio Au nmma-m. mhu om . O can mums-naval.. om Alma d. Ohio Lulu t Vonuoa. Ohio Chula . Ohio Pm . 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Will you be able to ,Q a string of pearls?" say the same thing to your son?" : Dick G.: "Neckless, dearie, necklessf' Fred S.: "Yes, but not with such a straight '99 -- - face." ,Q Mrs. Smith: "Goodness, George, his isn't our -----1 : baby. We have the wrong carriage." Mr. Ball: "That is a pretty dress you have on." 'Q' Mr. Smith: "Keep still, this one has rubber Joyce M.: "Yes, I wear it to teas." 3, tires. Mr. Ball: Whom? ,Q 1 - 11 KK ' ' V! A Lieutenant iangrilyb: Who told you to put Uncle: In my first job I was a store detective. ,Q flowers on the colonel's desk?" Modern nephew: "Oh-you mean a counter : Orderly: "The colonel, sir." spy!" 'Q' Lieutenant: "Pretty, aren't they?" ,Q - George Washington was never licked until : A Montana cowboy recently saw his first he got on a postage stamp, and then only 'Q' Western movie, and he became so excited that when his back was turned. Q, he fainted. ll ' : ---1 Manager: "Did you mark Fragil-This Side Up '0' Fond mother iwatching 2-year-old sonb: "He's on that carton of glasses?" ,z, been walking like that for almost a year." New clerk: "Yes, sir. And to make sure every- : Bored visitor: "Amazing! Can't you make him body sees it, I marked it on both sides. '0: sit down?" ----l gtg l Boss: "I hope you understand the importance 0 "The best way to enjoy perfect health is to of punctuation." :0: rise at live every morning and take a cold Stenographer: "Well, 8:50 is rather early, but 9:4 bath," says a doctor. I guess I can make it." , Oh, well, what's the next best way? il- 00' 1-11 Customer: "But if you are selling these watches sz, Dick: "What do you throw out when you below cost, where does your profit come , need it and take in when you don't?" from?" I . :0' jane: "I don't know. What is it?" 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